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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 12, 1916.
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, Mr.
Leo D. Kynett and Miss Lauretta A.
Kinney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. Kinney, 1244 Fairmont avenue,
were quietly married at the rectory
of St. Francis Xavier church. Rev.
Father Bolin officiating. The wed
ding breakfast was served at the
home of the; bride's parents. After the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kynett left
for a short wedding trip and upon
their return will make their home on
North Second street.
The-meeting of Bluff chapter of St.
Faul's Guild, planned for last Friday
at the home of Mrs. T. C. LeffeYt, was
postponed until Friday of this week,
on account of the death of Mr. Lyman
Shugart, Mrs. Shugart is chairman of
the chapter. The women of St. Paul's
church have also postponed the din
ners, which were to have been served
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, until
Mrs. Homer Carter and children,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mathis and baby,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mathis and
daughter, went to Missouri Valley
last Sunday to attend a family re
union at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Colenso. W. E. Adamson of
Milwaukee and three children, Mrs.
O. LetXer of Beloit, Miss Margaret
Colenso and Mr. and Mrs. G. Moore
of Missouri Valley, were also present.
A four-course dinner was served.
Pictures were taken of four gener
ations, Mr. John E. Colenso, Mrs.
W. F. Mathis, Mr. F. W. Mathis and
little Virginia Mathis.
The November meeting of the
Women's Christian associations wasi-
held Monday afternoon at the nome
of Mrs. S. M. Williamson, 332 Willow
avenue. The business session was de
voted largely to routine matters and
was followed by a social hour and
Judge Martin Wade of Iowa City
was entertained at dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter I. Smith last
Mrs. W. B. Lindell entertained at a
very delightful children's party last
Saturday in honor of the sixth birth
day of her daughter, Ruth. The after
noon was spent in playing children's
games and a two-course luncheon was
served, which included a lovely birth
day cake with six lighted candles.
Miss Elsie Lindell and Miss Ethyl
Monday afternoon a number of
women living in the neighborhood
met at the home of Mrs. J. F. Man
delko at 606 Mill street, to reorganze
tfie neighborhood Bible class. The
class will meet Tuesday afternoon of
each week, the next meeting being
held at the home of Miss Margaret
Nicoll af 700 Washington avenue.
Mrs. Nellie Williams was chosen
leader and Miss Nicoll as chairman.
Mrs. B. S- Terwilliger entertained
the Ideal club Tuesday afternoon. A
short discussion of current events,
led by Mrs. J. W. Smith opened the
program. The study of Russia, which
the club has taken up in connection
with its course on the Slav people,
occupied the rest of the afternoon.
A review of the "Life Story of a
Russian Exile," by Marie Sulkoff, was
given by Mrs. Jarhes Hunter. Mrs.
T. E. Cavin read an article from the
National Geographic Magazine, "Si
beria, the Land of Promise." The
program for the year was discussed,
but no definite action was taken.
The Klatter club met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Miss Nona
Meyers on Park avenue. The time
was devoted to acution bridge and the
prize for the high score-was won
by Mrs.Frank Pinney. Mrs. Morgan
Cutler won the "cut-for-all." Lunch
eon was served after theame. Mrs.
Kellcy of St. Louis andMrs. Nor
man Filbert, were club guests. At an
informal business meeting it was de
cided to return to Friday as the meet
ing day, Wednesday proving unsatis
factory to a number of the members.
Mrs. Howard Brainard and Mrs.
Edson Damon will entertain the club
at a 1 o'clock luncheon November 24.
Mrs. F. W. Houghton, who has
been visiting relatives at Lamoni, la.,
for the last ten days, is expected home
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Test Stuart
entertained at dinner Wednesday
evening, preceding the assembly
The members of the board of di
rectors of the Young Men's Christian
association and their wives had their
annual dinner Thursday at the coun
try home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sharpe near McClelland.
The occasion is always one to be
looked forward to and the hospitality i
ot Mr. and Mrs. snarpe is greatly
appreciated. Twenty-nine ' covers
were laid for the lovely dinner, for
which English violets from the host
ess' own garden were used as the cen
terpiece. Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe were
presented with a beautiful Wallace
Nutting picture as a token of appre
ciation of this visit to their country
home, taken annually.
One of the prettiest parties of the
year was the first "assembly dance
of the season given in the Grand ball
room Wednesday evening. Mrs.
Charles Test Stewart, who organ
ized the club this season, acted as
hostess at the opening entertainment.
Flowers and palms added even
greater attractiveness to "the newly
decorated ball room. Mrs. Stewart,
who had personally superintended
the redecoration, received many 'con
gratulations on its greatly improved
appearance. The floor was in ex
tremely good shape and the music ex
ceptionally fine. The affair was
thought to be a great success from
beginning to end. About fifty couples
were present and supper was served
in the ordinary style quite late in the
The arrangements for the ninth ex
hibition of the Omaha Society of
Fine Arts have been completed. The
exhibition will be held at the Fon
tenelle beginning Saturday evening,
November 18, and closing November
28. Sundays it will be open from 2
to 10 p. m. and week days from 10
a. m. to 0 p. m. Saturday afternoon,
November 18, Professor Stockton
Axfon will lecture, his subject being
"Kudyard Kipling, the Military
Idea." The lecture will begin at 2:30,
instead bf 3:45, as announced. The
exhibit, will contain twenty bronzes
by Gutzon Borglutn and twenty-five
NEW TERM, rOR ADULT BEGINNERS
TURPIN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Monday Eveninff, November 18th, 8 p. m. Pupils itioulil join lh first leson.
Terms most reasonable. Advanced Class Tuesday, 6 p. m. Minn school class Sat
urdays, i i, m. Assembly every Wednesday evening. Excellent music. Private
lessons any Urn. Harney 6143. 28th and Karnara Streets.
BRADFORD ACADEMY SCHOOLMATES Mis Helen
Garvin and her guest, Mis Arline Chandler of Kansas City.
1 -ghuc 1
oil paintings by Childe Hassam.
Frederick Frieseke, Charles H. Davis,
Emile Carleson and Paul Dougherty.
A small admission fee will be
The Women's Missionary society
of the First Presbyterian church met
at the home of Mrs. Frank Pinney,
402 Oakland avenue, Friday after
noon. ' s
The study department of the Cath
olic Woman's league met for the first
time this season at the Public library
Tuesday evening. An interesting pro
gram was given, though the attend
ance was rather small on account of
the weather. Miss Margaret O'Don
rtell read an excellent paper on "The
Foundations of the Church," which
was followed by an informal talk. An
address by Rev. Father Quinn, of the
Holy Family church, was also a
pleasant feature of the meeting. The
next meeting will be held in the li
brary November 21.
Miss Esther Spindler entertained
two of her classmates at Bradford
college Miss Helen Garvin, of
Omaha, and Miss Arlene Chandler, of
Kansas City at the Orpheum
The Book Lovers held a miscella
neous meeting Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. I. N. Flickinger,
who was assisted by Mrs. Mary E.
Daily and ' Mrs. A. P. Hanchett. A
program for next year's work was
discussed, the matter being left to
a later meeting for decision. Tea
was served -by the hostesses. The
club will meet with Mrs. C D. Par
melee in November.
' The Woman's club of the railway
mail service met Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Mum
ford, where luncheon was served at 2
o'clock. An informal program was
led by Mrs. Harry Goodrich, who
gave a paper on "Puritan Leaders."
Several other, papers were given and
each member; gave a Thanksgiving
suggestion in response to the roll
call. Twenty-one members and three
guests were present. The next meet
ing will be held with Mrs. J. M. Rey
nolds, when a Christmas grab bag
will be a feature.
The Neighborly club was enter
tained by Mrs. Will Johnson and Mrs.
Grant Johnson. The prizes in the
contests were awarded to Mrs. L.
Leonard Gilson and Mrs. Dave Cook.
The club will meet in two weeks, on
November 21, at the country home
of Mrs. George Osborn.
The home economics department of
the Council Bluffs Woman's club'was
given an interesting talk and demon
stration Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Paul Kodweiss by Miss
Marian Ungar, domestic science
teacher in the public schools. Miss
Phyllis Wheeler gave two piano
solos. The teachers of the Pierce
street" school were special guests.
Following the program refreshments
were served. Mrs. Kodweiss was as
sisted by Mrs. H. W. Clark, Mrs.
Stymest Stevenson, Mrs. W. P.
Hughes and Mrs. J. C. Aid.
Alleged Robber is
Removed to Hospital
Upon the advice of the county phy
sician and the order of Judge Sears
of the district court, Charles Sheridan,
alleged robber, who was shot and cap
tured by Officer Anton Francl last
Sunday, has been removed from the
county jail to the county hospital.
Sheridan was wounded in the leg.
18th at Farnam
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ASSIST HACMOW FACTORY IN AMIMCA
of the South Side
Mrs. Frank Birds' C. W. class of
the Wheeler church was entertained
by Miss Ida Hurd af her home in
Benson Thursday evening.
South Omaha Woman's club met
on Tuesday afternoon for its regu
lar meeting at the Library hall.
Mrs. James Sheahan was hostess
this week of the New Century club at
her home, 2415 F street.
Mrs. W. B. Routte entertained the
Thursday Whist club this week. Three
tables were placed for cards and
prizes were won by Mesdames Sau
felt and Robinson.
Mrs. Frank Howe will "be next
hostess of the Kensington club.
Mrs. Jacob Levy entertained Thurs
day in honor of out-of-town guests.
The West Side Interdenominational
Church Aid society held an all-day
sewing session Thursday. On
Wednesday evening the men of this
church entertained the women at a
dinner prepared by them. After din
ner the men sang "We Have Dry
Mrs. Jay Williams entertained the
women of the Christian church at a
Tlie ladies of the Un-ted Presby
terian church are making great prepa
rations for their annual bazar and
chrysanthemum show. A very fine
musical program has also been pre
pared. The intermediate class of girls of
the United Presbyterian church met
on Friday evening at the home of
Mrs. Roy Towl to "make fancy dresses
to wear in the drill at 'the chrysan
themum show November 16 and 17.
Miss Doris Van Sant entertained at
a party Wednesday evening for the
G. K. C. club of the South High
school. Those present were;
Dorothy Van Sant,
Helen Van Bant.
Pat O Connor,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Knight enter-
room, for your own, or tor a gift it is
a pleasure to crochet these beautiful edgings on Turk
ish and other bath towels, and wash cloths, with
Kloster. The pure, beautiful colors of Kloster, and
the rich quality which enhances the beauty of your
own handiwork, produce not only an artistic towel or
wash cloth when used for the edgings, but add to the
attractiveness of the bathroom.
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illustrating this edging and 24 other pretty designs in detail.
If your dealer cannot supply you, send at once his name
and enclose three 2c itampi for the Free Folder.
The Thread Mills Company
219 West Adams St, Chicago, IU.
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She Knows All About Bread and
" Will Tell It to the Women Folks
Bread, the high price of it, the
history of bread, importance of bread,
kinds of bread, substitutes for bread,
uses for stale bread in fact, an educa
tion in "bread" will be offered by the
home economics department of the
Omaha Woman's club. Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock at Metropolitan
clubhouse. Mrs. Charles A. I.otz, for
three years connected with the do
mestic science department of the Sa
liua, Kan., schools and now assistant
leader of the Woman's club section,
will tell you a lot of things about
"the staff ,of life", that you didn't
Most folks imagine that bread is a
slice of something 'you butter to eat
with your food. Mrs. Lotz's outline
of her subject for discussion sounds
like the history of the First. Second
or Third Punic war or something like
that. First, she will tell you about
the beginnings of bread; the growth
of yeast; different grains used in flour;
varieties of wheat flour; imperfections
in both kinds; scientific research in
making bread or new yeast for salt
rising bread, etc.
A blow at Mr. High-Cost-of-l.iv-ing
will bt struck when Mrs. Lotz
tells what flours can be used with
wheat flour to., make bread Jess ex
pensive, substitutes for bread .on the
table and a few inside secrets like
that. Mrs. Lotz knows 'em too. for
she studied in a big domestic science
school in Detroit.
Mrs. F. J. Burnett, the leader, and
other members of the department,
tained at a great grandfathers' reun
ion at their home, Twenty-seventh
and G streets, Thursday evening.
Miss Grace Parks and Clifford Knight
were the great grandparents, Miss
Lucile Bliss and Myrtle Thompson
were th great aunts. About thirty
other relatives and descendants helped
to celebrate the reunion.
George Stevens is at home recover
ing from his recent operation.
Miss Edna Elster was home from
Union, Neb., for the state teachers'
vMr, and Mrs. Charles Briggs and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eskew of
Shenandoah, la., were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Smith this week.
Mrs. Byron Clow and Mrs. J. B.
Arnet entertained at a kensington at
the home of Mrs. Clow Thursday
Mrs. W. A. Ferguson has gone to
Excelsior Springs for her health.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton and
Mrs. J. F. Barton, made a trip to
Chicago last week.
Miss Marie Maney from Peru is vis
iting at the home of her mother, while
attending the teachers' convention.
G. Beckman of Chicago visited on
Wednesday at the K. Liljenstolpe
Mrs. E. A. McGlasson entertained
the" Tri-City Birthday club at lunch
eon on Wednesday.
Mrs. H. Davey of Bensonhurst was
hostess for the Methodist Ladies' Aid
Mrs. W. J. Mills entertained during
the week in honor of Mrs. W. Jebins
of Omaha, Mrs. Phelps and Miss
Peter Mattson und Jennie Larsen,
both of Benson, were married last
Miss Ella Yule of Saybrook, III., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles
Mrs. A. Campbell of Atlantic, III.,
will spend the winter at the home of
herdaughter, Mrs. G. H. Tuttle, and
The members of the Baptist church
held a reception last Friday, a week,
to welcome their new pastor, Kev.
For your guest's bath
ITts C A Loiz.
have some inside "dope", too. They
will tell about making oatmeal bread
and bread with cormiical in it, which
proved highly successful.
Thomas Anderson, and Mrs. Ander
son. Rev. Mr. Maxwell of Calvary
church was present and made a talk.
Vocal and instrumental selections
were given by Misses Jessie Moul
throp, Louise Horfler and Zora Shef
fer, Mesdames F. Fletcher, G. H.
Tuttle and F. Boyce. Refreshments
were served to about one hundred,
who were present.
Miss A. Walker and Miss Bernice
Dunn of Bancroft are visiting at the
home of the latter's parents while at
tending the teachers' convention.
The English Lutheran Missionary
society will hold an open meeting next
Thursday at the home of Mrs. C. G.
Miss Helen Snow will be hostess
for the guild at her home, on Mon
Mrs. O. M. Brotemarkle of Key
stone Park, will be hostess for the
Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society next
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McGlasson en
tertained for Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Sut
ton of Kearney, Neb., and J. W.
Mathews of Grand Island, who at
tended the teachers' convention.
, Mrs. May Forgey, who has been a
guest at the home of her son some
time, left Saturday for St. Paul to
spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Tyson enter
tained last week for Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Jolly and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Speedie entertained
at dinner Sunday for five out-of-town
- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Marshall enter
tained last week for Mrs. Gailor of
Crete, Neb., Mrs. Frank Marshall of
Lincoln, Mrs. H. Carpenter and Miss
Lillian Cates of Mcrriman, Neb.
The Degree of Honor lodge wjll'
give a social and entertainment at
their hall on next Wednesday even
ing. The Emmanuel Ladies' Aid society
elected these officers Thursday:
President, Mrs. Herrman; vice presi
dent, Mrs. G. C. Beyers; treasurer,
Mrs, P. Head; secretary, Mrs. O.
Mrs. J. J. Fuchs will be hostess for
the Aufweidersehen club at her home
Mrs. A. W. Francis entertained
Tuesday for Mesdames E. Graham,'
Tn a Few Minnies, Away
'You N.v.r Saw Anything Llk. It, Girls,
and Hero Are Some Other Beauty
Secrets Just as Wonderful,"
Says Valeska Suratt.
Br Vslsska. Suratt.
H3NESTLY, It lvs m ths "fldeots"
every time t bear of, or see, anyone
trying to pinch out blackheads. Vou
can squeeze out a larsc one once In a while
and there's no damage to the skin, but when
you try ' to squeeze out the thousands of
little ones that are so (irmly Imbeded In the
skin that you have to disfigure your lace
.t th.m mat. it is time to "call a taxi."
Anyway, you'll never get them all out by
pinching the face It's Impossible. And it Is
unnecesssry. I have proven it to be unneces
sary. You can prove It 10 yourseu in mrw
minutes. If you will take the little trouble
4a Hn It. vou'Il not be able to see a black
head, when the three minutes are up. It's
wonderful what you can do by sprinkling
. httl nnwriored neroxin on a wet sponge
and rubbing the blackheads with it for a
few minutes. It does whst nothing else in
the wide world can do-rget rid of them all.
big and little ones. Just try this right
away, get the neroxin at the drug store.
Don't steam the face because that maxes
the pores Isrge and it does not do a par
ticle of good for removing blackheads.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
MISS DOUBLE M. Your hair ought to
atop ritrht wy ftom falling if you will ue
my hair formula. Thia haa certainly stirred
up thinga among my f Hernia. Every one
who haa tried it aaya it ia perfectly a
tound nil how it makea hair grow and atopa
hnlr fallinir. Get one ounce of heta-iiuinol
from your druitiflsl and mix It with hlf a
pint of water and half a pint of alcohol. If
you prefer, une a full pint of bay rum in
Htead of water and alcohol. Uae thin every
driy, and your dream of long, ailky, beauti
ful hair will come true. 's-
MISS HAPPY I knew that hair formula
would make your hair grow fait. Now about
the dandruff. You know aoap and the com
mon ahampooB you buy all have alkali. That
hurts hair and never atopa dandruff. Try a
teaspoonful of eicgol in half a cup of water
and nee them ithrtvel and diaolve away. I
all acale, greaac and dandruff. It'a wonder
ful for that. Kgnol will coat twenty-five
cents enough tu make ahout twelve sham
poos. There's nothing as good,
MISS M. G. H. One, two, three. That'a
almost ai feat and as easy aa my superfluous
hair formula gta rid of superfloua hair.
You never saw anything like It In your lire.
Juat moisten the hairs with aulfo solution
and see them shrivel and dissolve away. 1
wouldn't use the burners and so-called super
floua hair removers adti for anything 1 They
PRESIDENT BENSON CATH
J' - n
A. Murphy, James Cookey and A.
Hall of Omaha, M. Butter, A. W. Gra
ham and Mary Hoagland of Council
Master Edward Christiansen was
pleasantly surprised on Thursday by
about twenty little friends in honor
of his birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Ed Schreiber, who has been
a guest at the F: Linder home, lefhfor
her home in Rock Island, 111., last
Lieutenant Aubrey -S. Kenworthy
of the Twenty-sixth Infantry is visit
ing his mother and sister on a thirty
day leave of absence. He is now sta
tioned at Harlingen, Tex.
Harry Rasmussen of Fleming,
Colo, is visiting his sister and other
relatives in Florence. He moved to
Colorado about two years ago and
says that he is very well satisfied with
his new location. ' .
Miss Anna Peterson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Peterson of Mi
son City, la., and Mr. Carl Eliassen
of Florence were married Thursday
evening, the Rev. Charles Savidge
performing the ceremony. They will
make their home in Florence.
Mrs. Thomas Shipley, who has been
ill in a hospital in Omaha, has re
covered sufficiently to return to her
home in Florence.
Mrs. Donald Butter of Schnectady,
N. Y., is, visiting her parents, Rev.
and Mrs. I. B. Butter.
Mrs. Charles Rice entertained a
large number of her friends Satur
day evening in honor of her birthday
TODAY'S AID TO BEAUTY
An especially fine shampoo for this
weather, one that dissolves and en
tirely rernoves all dandruff, excess oil
and dirt, can easily be made at tri
fling expense by simply dissolving a
teaspoonful of canthrox in a cup of
hot water. Pour slowly on scalp and
massage briskly. This creates a sooth
ing, cooling lather. Rinsing leaves
the scalp spotlessly clean, soft and
pliant, while the hair takes on the
glossy richness of natural color; also
a fluffiness which makes it seem much
heavier than it is. After a canthrox
shampoo arranging the hair is a pleas
burn, redden and Irritate the akin badly.
This Is safe on any part of the body. You II
be more than satisfied.
FORM X. Sorry, but I can't promise you
surely that your bust can be developed.
Nobody ean do that. Nevertheltaa, there's
one thing that will do tt If anything ean,
and that'a a mixture of two ouneea of rue
tone and half a rup of augar In a half pint
of water. You take two teaspoonfula after
each meal and at bed time. Ask for -rue-tone
from your druggist,
MRS. B. D. S. It maHoa me happy every
time I give thia wrinkle formula. It does 0
many wonderful things. You'll hard'y have
a wrinkle 4n your face after a few daya uae
of thia cream, which you make yourself at
homrfn a few minutes. Two ouneea of eptol,
one tablespnonful of glycerine In half a pint
of water. There you are. Your sHn will get
plump and you'll be asking younelf not how
old, but how young you look.
MISS MUDDY Instead of their calling
you "muddy," they'll call you "lily." Mark
my word. AnA that'll be quick too. My
complexion cream la what my friends call
the "modern miracle." It clears up a complex
ion In a wonderful way. It'a simple and eco
nomical. Nolhing equals It on earth that I
know. One ounce of aintone and two table
spoonfuls of glycrrine, both mixed In a pint
of water, makes up the cream. Apply once a
day at least. All mud'iineaa, apota and freck
les vanish like magic.
ANNETTE G. Well, it 'juat happened
your druggiat didn't have Just then the eggol
for the head-wash and for removing dand
ruff. Whenever thia happens, send the
twenty-five cents to "Secretary to Valeska
Suratt, Thompson Bldg., Chicago," and It
will be sent to you at onee.
MISS JAN IS T. One might aa well buy
chalk aa any of the face powder io com
monly aold. It'a a "fright." I'll say nobody
can get as good a face powder on earth aa
what I have had made for myself after my
own formula. It'a so f'ne It's like silk and Is
invisible. It has no chalk inese whatever. It
Is being sold now for fifty eents In drug
stores aa "Valeska Suratt Face Powder," in
flesh, white and brunette tint. Adv.
anniversary. I he evening was pleas
antly spent playing cards, after which
refreshments were served.
Mrs. J. H. Price left Wednesday
for a visit with her brother in Sioux
Mrs. Woodmansie of Davenport,
la ie the triiiwf rtf VI t and Mm. T.
B. Brisbin this week.
Mrs. W. A. Wilson, who has been
spending the summer in California,
returned home the first of the week.
Her son. A. S. Kenworthy is visiting
with her until the, first of the month,
when he will return to Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kruse spent
Sunday in Calhoun visiting friends
and relatives. '
Miss Marsraret Andrews, dauehter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Andrews, and
Mr. Arnold Herskind were married
Kridav evenina. Owing to the acci-
uei.t to her brother, David, the wed
ding was very quiet. They will make
their ho.me in rlorence.
Mf. and Mrs. W. B. Bailev of Cam
bria, Wyo., were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Benton Tuesday evening.
Mr. r.nd Mrs. Lafe Shipley, who
have been living in Canada for some
time, are moving back to Florence,
They will occupy their old home
place, which has been rented during
Miss Margaret Suttie, who has been
visiting Mrs. Semp at Schuyler, Neb.,
returned home the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baughman
left Sunday for Tekamah to spend a
few days visiting friends and rela
tives. Mrs. W. H. Thomas left the first
of the week for Sioux City, where she
will visit her sister, who is very ill.
The Florence lodge of the Royal
Neighbors of America' has issued in
vitations for a big masquerade ball to
be held at the Odd Fellows' hall on
Thursday evening. November 16. ;
Mrs. Charles Trimble, on behalf of
the Episcopal Guild of Omaha, enter
tained the Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church the fore part of the
week. The Florence ladies are plan
ning on a return gathering in the near
Miss Gertrude Nelson is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Michelwait of
Glcnwoorl, la., who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Davis
for the last week, returned home the
latter part of the week.
Mr. H. H. Rohrs, who has been
spending; some time in Tecumseh,
Neb., returned home Friday.
F. A. Rynesa left Thursday for ,
Cedar Rapids, la., where he will visit
for a couple of weeks.
Laborer Struck by Train '
Dies Later in Hospital
Joseph Rek, 40 years of age, a la
borer around the railroad yards, re
siding at 1431 South Seventeenth
street, who lost a leg Thursday by
being run over by a switch engine,
died in St. Joseph hospital Saturday
r e e r e e
For the Early ,
With the advent of November,
Christmas becomes a reality. To
aaslat the Christmas shopper w
have selected a wide rarlety of
timely article for every mem
ber of the family and for the
household, and offer them at un
usually low prices. Do not fall
to see our goods before buying.
BEAUTIFUL WHIST WATCH
This e.ilr.bl. watch will ra..t
the approval of .very woman.
BxceU.nt works and 10-yaar void
flll.d caaa. Only a Umltad
amount on sal.
PITCHER AND SIX CLASSES
Tn rratanllnr thta .snina
cut (lass pitcher and I (lama. 4
regular ,s vaiua, wi r.ei sure
you will avr.o It la the b.et offer
obtainable for the money.
HAKD80ME FEBN DISH
A beautiful cut (lass fern dlah,
water Illy pattern and regular 16
value, for only It. 60.
STERLING 8ILTER THIKBLE
Lad I. a, here Is Just the thine
you have been waiting for. Ster
ling silver and good weight
Sterling Silver, pair... 194
16th and Douglas Street.
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