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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 4. 1917.
Wh'le you are
The shops are
With lots of new
Prepared for the
Just get into
Begin your Spring
Be ready, my
THE first Spring snlt! You must
csrtatnly look at Lamond's, Horn
Bids;., before Detecting yours, for
hfl hci some stunning models. Tou
should nave seen a Utile Nary-blue
srrffA suit that I did the other day.
with broad collar and jacket llnlngof
Bold satin. Wid shoe-polish ribbon,
itold stitching and close rows of tiny
buttons adorned the jacket the skirt
tn the new barrel effect. It was cer
tatnly the smartest thing!
Just arrived from 6th Ave. Is a
sports jacket of heavy radium llk in
two tones of maitenta stripes that
arrested my attention for several min
utes on account of Its daring clever
ness. THE all-important matter of coats
is easily Bolved when you see '
what Thompnon-Belden's have to
offer. Coats of character surely Just
listen! One In Ounniburl of old rose,
lined with satin of self-tons. Large,
deeper-toned rose buttons. Price
$65.00. A black and white shepherd's
plaid vetour with large cape collar
lined with a lovely shade of dark
preen $16.60 an exceptional coat
for the price. And, ah! superb. In
deed, was one In honey-gold' burrella
cloth for $$5.00.
Fringe Is one of ihe new adorn
ments oo Spring Us.
LET me urge you to visit Belle
Hatch's attractive shop at 18l!0
Farnam St if you're considering
a between season's hat and should
you wish ono specially made to order
I know you'll be perfectly delighted
with her tasteful work.
AppHqoed flowers are lovely for flat
Minnehaha, although she probably
never wore a hat, would have liked
one 1 saw that was adorned with a
cunning canoe made of l?.ther and
embellished with beads one of tho
newest fads in hat ornamentation.
IF. TOTT have a frock or salt that
needs remodeling, I would advise
your taking It to Mum Carroll, for
she does such prompt, careful and in
telligent work. You'll And her at 480
Though January has gons, there are
till bargains many special things at
PILLOWS! T mentioned tbem last
week, but I'm sure you'll be
Interested to know that these
wonderful tailored affairs are specially
priced at 1.9S, $3.95 and $6.00 this
- week at Orchard & Wilhelm's made
in a variety of effect Ke damasks, and
tn round, oval and oblong shapes. Tbe
$6.00 ones, very rholcf. are filled with
1 wonder tf you're as Interested as
I am In pretty things for your after
noon tea table. T discovered a solid
mahogany tea-standard with Pi"
top and cunning curved legs just high
enough to allow tea cups to hang from
the hooks underneath the tray, and
It was only $2.00, though H had for
merly been much more.
WILD roses charmingly decorated a
nuaint old-Ivory bedroom set I
taw at Orchard & Wilhelm's.
A dainty girl would love the n.uatn!,
paneled four-poster bed and the low,
wide rbest of drawers. Ad oval mir
ror completed the dresser and there
were two cunning chairs. The set, or
each ptece, is offered at 25 per cent
The table decorations for a fashion
able 3inner which took place last week
were of bright calendulas, freasiae and
fern In pretty baskets, the handles
of which were tied with fluffy green
tulle glass candlesticks also had tulle
bows In which the same flowers were
S. A. Holbroolc arrived from Den
ver on Friday to spend the week-end
with his family, returning to his
work there on j uesday.
Clyde Stultz has sold his home in
West Ambler, where lie has resided
for years, and with his family will
move to Edgemont, S. D., the first of
Mrs. J. T. Gantz and danahter
Miss Adda,- entertained at dinner
Sunday evening in honor of their
son and brother, J. H. Gantz, and
family of Hanscom Park place.
Miss Marie Carlsen arrived from
Hastings Saturday, being called here
by the sudden illness of her mother,
who, however, is better at present.
A son was welcomed to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller in West
Dr. Emory D. Hull of Hanscom
Park church will give his humorous
lecture, "That Boy," at Jennings
Methodist church on Friday evening,
The West Side Women's Christian
Temperance union will meet at Forty
eighth and Leavenworth streets at 1
o'clock Thursday, February 8, to go
in a body to the Child Saving insti
tute, where they will spend the aft
ernoon sewing for the children.
Douglas Givens spent the week-end
with relatives at Lincoln, being called
.there by the illness and death of his
nephew, Charles Givens.
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Ida Han
sen, who have been the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. William Span the
last two weeks, returned to their
homes at Logan. la., Saturday.
Miss Hazel Van Dusen, who has
been taking treatment the last two
weeks at the hospital, returned to her
home in West Side Monday eve
ning much improved in health.
Mrs. Roy Brady, who has been
visiting her parents in Bloomington,
III., arrived here Tuesday and joined
her husband at the home of his sister,
Tq step out in the
When Springtime is
I make ihe
Of tlie shops every
To find what you'd
The latest and sweetest
The daintiest, neatest
So, look thru the
Not one sJumld be
SUCH a trpat as I did have Taesda)
afternoonl A peek at the suiting
of a beautiful wedding, and I can
truthfully say I've never seen such
charming floral decorations. The cor
sages for the brldu and her attendants
which had just arrived were dreams
of exquisite lovelluesa. On Inquiry I
found they had come from Lee Lar
mon's The Fontenelle Florist.
Instead of the usual bouquet a bride
may carry a white prayer-book, from
which a profusion of tiny ribbons cov
ered with lilies of the valley fall In
FOR the wee maiden, T discovered a
new little frock called the Kate lie
dress, made with pretttness
a Plenty. Pink, blue and brown eham
bray and mercerized poplin sre tho
materials used In these ducky frocks.
Bits of smocking hold the fullness in
below the yoke and make it flare out
at the knees. Priced $2.50, $3.00, $3.60
and $3.95. at A. T. Benson's Spe
cialty Shop, U12 Farnam.
Strapped slippers will be good style
for the conservative woman.
SO GREAT Is the demand for em
broidery it just must be placed
on blouses, gowns, suits, bags and
hats Just every garment and acces
sory for Mlladl's Spring wardrobe
that Manager Vermehren of The Idal
Pleating Company has secured skHru
operators to do this work with em
broidery machines, so we may expect
the very best work from the "Ideal."
When visiting this shop the other day
I saw a rose Ueorgette blouse, em
broidered In self-same shsde which
had been made up for a sample my,
but It was beautiful! You'd never sus
pect the embroidery was anything but
fine hand work. Hemstitching and
picottng so popular on frocks and
which give a tailored, finished touch
to a "home-made" garment are care
folly done at this ithop.
Bluebirds cleverly embroidered on a
Japanese crash luncheon set, t hat 1
saw In a shop this week, made me
wonder If that symbol of happiness
would not create a happy, harmonious
feeling If used on the table when th
family assembles for the noon -day
OF COURSE, you are going to have
a tailored suit for Spring! Espe
cially when you know you can get
ene made now at such a reduced price
as Lobrman, the Ladles Tailor, Paxton
Block, Offers $40.00 and up.
The question of the length of skirts
ts the subject of much serious thought
on the part of designers, but the ma
jority are from f to ( Inches from the
WHEN you received that lovely
photograph of your friend for
Xmaa, you thought right away
of the frame you'd like for It. The
Honpe Shop has such lovely standard
frames Just the kind to display your
photograph In gilt, Roman gold or
wood, at $1.00, $1.60, $2.00, $3.00 and
up. Just mall your picture, mention
the price and by return mall you'll re
ceive It appropriately framed.
Heels are either extremely high or
low for Spring;
A SALE of high grade shoes nowadays
Is an event So the annual Bale at
Napier's Booterte, Rose Bldg., ts
a rare opportunity for saving.' One
can go there and satisfy her wants
on boots of good quality from prices
ranging from $2.90 to $9.0. These
reductions are really wonderful when
you consider the High Cost of Leather
for Mr. Napier could net buy these
shoes now at the prices be Is offering
Plan, white, satin party slrppers are
always practical, or they can be tint
ed to match any party frock and are
cheaper than kid slippers.
Mrs. A. M. Jackson. Together thev
.vi n. nuiuc iu urana island
The Ladies' Aid society, which
to have been held at the home of
Mrs. Mattie Arnold on Thursday, was
postponed on account of the extreme
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marshall of
Marshall, Wyo., who have been the
guests of the latter's brother, F. C.
Jensen, during the winter, welcomed
a daughter Tuesday afternoon.
George Brady of Grand Island is
spending the week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brady, on West
H. G. Claggett, wife and little
granddaughter, Olive, left Saturday
for a few days' visit in Denver with
Mrs. Claggett's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Miss Sena Jacobsen arrived from
Fort Crook Sunday and was the guest
of Mrs. Ola Carlsen nntil Monday,
when she left for New York, where
she sailed Friday for her old home in
Mrs. A. J. Wisler entertained at
dinner Sunday evening for Mr. and
Mrs. William Vickers and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Getscher.
Miss Agnes Krogci of South Side
was the guest of Mrs. David Johnson
from Wednesday until Thursday.
Mrs. J. Long and daughter, Miss
Gurtha, entertained Miss Margaret
Pahl and Mrs. I. A. Miller of West
Center street the last week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson and
daughter, Miss Nellie, who have been
the guests of their son and brother,
David Johnson and family, the last
week, moved irtto their new home at
Eighteenth and Laird streets Monday.
Mrs. M. Furman has been quite ill
the last week at the home of her
daughter. Mrs. Thed Smith on West
About forty of the old neighbors
and near relatives gathered at the
farm home of Hans Pahl on West
Center street Saturday evening to re
mind him of his birthday. An elabor
ate supper was provided for all by his
daughters. Misses Margaret, Dorothy
Mrs. Frank Cockayne assisted by
her daughters, Beatrice and Bertha,
7 pr J
SUCH a splendid sha mpoo as you
can get at The Ideal Hair Par
lors, liatrd Bldg. Try onel
ALERT, gay. spirited and charming
are Ihe skirls Thompsnn-Belden's
are showing for sports wear. I
noted a daring one in ivory-colored
poplin with Bayadere stripes of blue,
magenta and green, which has a very
distinctive feature In the use of sel
vedge Instead of a hem others in
wash silk, Persian stripes, and the
air sensational. To Han. which is bold
in color and ravishing to beauty.
Beaded butterflies. Chinese tassels
and coins, banding buckles with raised
tieures of Geisha girls are hat decora
tions that hint of the Orient.
I'M SURE my readers will be In
terested to know that Thompeon
Belden's now carry The Indies'
Hom Journal patterns In addition to
Two bronze iBuddhaa who sit undts-lurb'-d,
calm and imperturbable, but
never forgetting (heir duty as book
ondH, I xaiv In a fascinating little gift
shop tliia week.
THE nxt time you're downtown, do
drop In s i Til-' Lingerie Shop,
609 Kce Kids;., and see Miss Cole's
clever Bungalow aprons at $1.1:5 and
ut) caps to match, 25 and 35 cents.
Her tailored gingham petticoats, too,
for $1.00, are surely nifty.
New belts are very narrow.
COM' FT did yon say? Of course,
that's what every one tells me
after they have visited the Com
fort Shop, Rose Bldg., and have had
their aggravating soft corns removed.
Norfolk suits are smart for Spring
ELIZABETH MILES middy blouses
not the ordinary middy, but a
really, truly dress-up affair, made
of fine white galetea or wash poplin
and trimmed with Nippon crepe In col
ors, and they have the nattiest smocked
pockets any school girl would adore
them. I found them at A. T. Benson's
Specialty Shop, 1812 Farnam, for $2.15.
Raspberry and gold are popular
AT THE Alia Shop they will take or
ders for lovely hand-painted
score and place cards to match,
from 8 to 16 cents apiece. Printed
cards at 50 cents a dozen.
Tbe weather dropped down below
sero, 'tis true, hut I have been out
seeing new things for you. since you
have been housed on the farm or tn
town. I want you to know about new
hat or gown. So glance through my
column, jot down what you'd buy and
send me a C O. D. order. I'll try
to select what you'd like, be it batten
er frock, furniture, lingerie, pillows or
smock. Cheerfully, FOLLY.
and Eldora Gantz, gave a luncheon
and kensington Monday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Frank Dunn to the fol
lowing guests: Mesdames J. Wisler,
E. Groman, B. Gantz, William Car-
bury, E. G. Grover, E. Stevens. II
Nielson, M. Johnson, William Snan
Ida Hansen, H. Claggett, W. Van
Dusen, b. Jensen. J. J. Fulmer. H
Stewart, J. Gilmore, Will Johnson. S.
Morris, Will Wcith, Otto Weith and
Miss Ada Gantz.
Mrs. George Hoffman was an
Omaha visitor Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Oscar Milins. who has been
quite ill at her home, is improving.
Mr. James H. Polin of Plattsmouth
who spent several days here last week,
returned home Thursday.
Mr. Robert Propst of Mynard,
Neb., spent Wednesday with relatives
Word was received here announc
ing the birth of a son at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tavlor at Bres.
lau, Neb.. Mrs. Taylor was quite well
known here, where she was employed
in ine store 01 R. l. rropst.
Ne Immediate Benefit.
Thins lookr.d black for the aramatlat.
For tho fourth time In one eeaeon a plb
had ban withdrawn attar a wank'u r,
"Cheer un. old man " .aid ..f..J.,i...
friend. 'Terhapa poutertty will recognize
the r.nloa dlej'!ajd In your playa."
"Maybe," aad thi dramatlet hltterly. "but
,Mni.:uiijr ib inai no tar as i am con.
eemed posterity ts on the free Hat." New
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Miss Evelyn Marston. who has been
the guest of Miss Beatrice Tinliy, left
last Sunday for her home in Sioux
City. Miss Marston and Miss Tinlcy
were schoolmates at Rockford col
lege. Among the Council Bluffs students
home during the week were Miss Ruth
Kimball, Miss Irene Johnson, Don
Drake and Eldred S. Hart.
Monday afternoon St. Paul's Gen
eral guild met at the home of Mrs. A.
W, Tyler. A number of business mat
ters were transacted and plans were
discussed for a reception to be held in
honor of the new rector, Rev. W, E.
Mann. The date was not set, but it
will be in the near future. A social
hour followed the business session
and refreshments were served.
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Van Brunt entertained the
Juveniles at a very charming dance.
The affair was one of the most de
lightful enjoyed by the club this sea
son. The Tuesday History club met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. S. B. Snyder. Mrs. H. Goodrich
was leader anil a very interesting aft
ernoon was spent on the study of
Portugal. A brief review of the his
ttory was gixen by Mrs. Charles Pur
dum. Mrs. S. R. Sipherd told of its
discovery and Mrs. J. K. Cooper gave
a description of the country. Mrs. F.
II. lloliingsworth told of the French
occupation in Rio and Mrs. W. II.
Killpack discussed the Jesuits in Por
tugal. Mrs. W. V. Shirley told of the
expansion of the country. Mrs. Hol
lingsworth will act as leader Febru
The Ideal club held its regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. B. S.
Terwilliger on Tuesday afternoon.
The afternoon was spent in the study
of Slavs of Austria-Hungary. A gen
eral discussion of the land on the peo
ple was given by Mrs. Fred Johnson.
Miss De Vol. substituting for Mrs.
W. E. McConnell. read a paper on
Prague. An article from the Nation
on "The Slovaks at Home" was read
by Mrs. W. A. Southard, substituting
for Mrs. S. O. Goodman. Mrs. M. 13.
Moon gave a description of Budapest.
Next Tuesday afternoon the club will
hold a social meeting at the home of
Mrs. George Damon. She will be as
sisted by Mrs. W. A. Southard, Mrs.
Fred Johnson. Mrs. C. E. Swanson,
Mrs. J. M. Ousler and Mrs. Williams.
The meeting of the University club,
planned for Wednesday, was indefi
nitely postponed on account of the
On account of the cold weather, the
meeting of the West End Card club,
planned for Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Williams,
was postponed indefinitely.
YVednesday evening the advanced
pupils of Miss Flora Judson .gave a
piano recital at her home on Sixth
avenue. The pupils gave a very de
lightful program, which was enjoyed
by a number of the friends and rela
tives of the performers. Mrs. C. L.
Stratton assisted the program by sing
ing several contralto solos.
Mrs. E. P. Schoentgen entertained
the Book Lovers on Wednesday after
noon. The club discussed making an
outline of the work for the next four
years, but as the attendance was
small on account of the weather it
was decided to allow the question to
go over until the next meeting. The
rest of the time was spent in making
a plan for the course of study for the
next year, which is to include modern
playwrights, musicians, poets, paint
ers and sculptors. The committee to
arrange the program consists of Mrs.
A. P. Hanchett, Mrs. R. H. Nichols
and Mrs. D. W. Otis. Mrs. Mary E.
Daily and Mrs. L. C. Squire were ap
pointed as the assignment and book
committee Mrs. Schoentgen was as
sisted in serving by Mrs. F. W. Dean.
Wednesday afternoon the Avenue B
Mothers' and Teachers' club held its
regular meeting at the school house.
The club has planned a series of teas
and kensingtons to be held during,
the remainder of the winter and the
early spring for the purpose of get
ting the members acquainted.
The February meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion will be held Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Drayton W. Bushnell.
The meeting is of especial interest be
cause of the presence of Mrs. R. H.
Howell, vice president general from
Iowa, who will tell of the history of
the National Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution, and Mrs. Dixie Geb
hard, state regent of Iowa, who will
tell of the Daughters of the American
Revolution injowa. Delegates toJhe
The Blackstone Chef
is a wizard
who sJwsrs succeeds in the prepsrntion of s
most ftttmettrely prepsxed srrsy of appetising
dishes, and we promise ail who com into our
beautiful dining room, where deft service and
the ftnert of viands combine to tickle one's
sevse of luxury and the palate, a most deticht
fol meal, whether It be a noon-da luncheon or
an evening or Bnnda dinner.
A single trial will convh.ee tbe most fastidious
that the family board may safely be abandoned
For an occasional !naheon or dinner at
Tables or places may be renewed by telephoning
continental congress in Washington
in April will be elected at this meet
ing. The chapter officers will act as
hostesses at a tea alter the business
meeting. Mrs. Bushnell is an honor
ary vice president general and the
officers of the local chapter are: Mrs.
E. P. Schoenlgen, Mrs. W. S. Still
tnan. Mrs. Frank i'inney, Mrs. Ange
line FSrirsmaid, Mrs. John Melhop, jr.,
Mrs. I.. A. Gray, Mrs. R. C. Francis
and Mrs. J. W. Squire.
Mrs. Martha Bohnell of Clarinda,
la., spent last week at the home of
her brother, J. A. Howard.
J. F. Barton was surprised last
week by a number of his friends at
Mrs. II. V. Jeffrey spent the last
week visiting relatives in Lincoln.
Mrs. Alice Pomp of Cedar Rapids,
Nebj is a guest at the H. W. Colson
Miss Bernicc Dunn came down
from Bancrott, Neb., to spend the
week-end at the home of her mother
Mrs. James McClung will be host
ess for the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
society next Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Welch have re
turned from Sioux City, where they
attended the Rotary convention.
Mrs. John Wallick will entertain
the Baptist Missionary circle next
Thursday. A special program will
Mrs. James A. Howard left last
Sunday for a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. F. M. Sherwood, at Fort
Mrs. C. A. Johnson was pleasantly
surprised by a number of friends
Monday in honor of her birthday.
A "Rebekah Dancing club" has
been organized among the young peo
ple of the Rebekah lodge and the of
ficers are: President, Ruth Parker;
vice president, Louise Martig; secre
tary, Vela Paddock; treasurer, Olga
Leslie Kaiser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nat M. Kaiser, pioneer residents here,
was married to Miss Thelma McNulty
of Omaha last Wednesday.
Mrs. C. C. Williams was hostess
for the Benson Kensington club at a
1 o'clock dinner on Thursday.
Mrs. Gorton Roth entertained the
Methodist church women at an all
day quilting party. An indoor picnic
luncheon was served at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Starrett left
last week for their future home in
Spokane, Wash. Mr. Starrett went
direct. Mrs. Starrett stopped at Des
Moines, la., to visit a short time
Dr. L. W. Mason and mother, Mrs.
Joseph Mason, arrived Tuesday from
Pittsburgh, Pa., and are at the E.
A. Mason home.
Mrs. C. A. Bloomberg will be host
ess for the Augustina Lutheran La
dies' Aid society next Thursday.
Mrs. C. T. Oleson was pleasantly
surprised and presented with a gift
and bouquet last Wednesday in honor
of her birthday anniversary.
A number of "in honor" affairs are
being given for Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
McGlasson before their departure for
the east. Dr. and Mrs. R. C Per
sons entertained at dinner on Thurs
day, Dr. and Mrs. Wilcox on Sat
urday and today Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Welch give a dinner. Friday evening
a surprise was tendered Mr. McGlas
son at the home of C. W. Shaffer by
the employes of the Lion Bonding
and Surety company.
The P. E. O. sisterhood gave a
dinner Tuesday evening at the Rome
hotel for Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mc
Glasson. Covers were laid for eight
een guests. Mr. and Mrs. McGlas
son expect to leave for the east in
the near future.
Mrs. A. Burmeister entertained
last Sunday in honor of her seventy
fourth birthday anniversary.
Miss Mary Butler will be hostess
for the Guild at her home on next
Miss Mildred Titzel was hostess
for the Loyal Daughters' club at her
home last Tuesday evening.
Xdrft L. Wsconer Presents
Mrs. Edward MacDowell
Widow of tits Greet t Ameiicen
V.W.CA. Auditorium, Saturday Craai.
mi, February 10, S:lt.
Tickets at Sefeomller MaaHaVe Altar
February 3 S1.O0. 7Sc aod 50c
Mrs. J. l Miller has gone to south
ern California for the balance of the
Mrs. W. B. Howard was leader of
the meeting of the Tennyson Chau
tauqua circle Monday afternoon at the
The Dundee Woman's club met
Wednesday with Mrs. W. S. Curtis.
The program was in charge of Mrs.
G. C Young, assisted by Mesdames
. E. Shafer, J. O. Yeiser and 1. H.
Troup 4 of the Boy Scouts had their
semi-monthly business meeting at the
Dundee church Friday evening.
Miss Erne Steen Kittleson "spoke
Friday evening at the Dundee social
center on "Personality in Art."
Pauline Johnson entertained a num
ber of her small friends Saturday aft
ernoon at her home in honor of Sarah
Martin, who leaves soon with her
parents to live in New York.
Mrs. W. G. Templeton has returned
from a sojourn of several months in
Mrs. L. B. Wilson entertained the
Dundee Bridge-Luncheon club Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Williams
have returned from a southern wed
ding trip and are staying with the !
Rev. and Mrs. John Williams until j
tneir new home at Lapitol ave
nue is completed.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Dundee Presbyterian church met Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Lampe.
Mrs. D. L. Johnston's Bible class
met Thursday morning with Mrs. F.
W. Carmichael. It meets this week
with Mrs. Royal Miller.
Mrs. H. B. Lemere entertained at
dinner Thursday evening in honor of
Dr. Lemere'5 birthday. Those present
were: Dr. and Mrs. Charles U Ncill
Rich, Mrs. Leonard Abercrombie,
Mrs. Mary E. Van Gieson and Dr.
and Mrs. H. B. Lrmere.
Alice and Greta Leslie gave a movie
party at the Muse last Saturday in
honor of Sarah Martin. Miss Mary
Leslie chaperoned the party.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hamilton have
gone to Chicago, called by the illness
of their son, Warren.
Mrs. W. H. Pruitt is at the Metho
dist hospital, recovering from an oper
ation for appendicitis.
A son was born during the week
to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sobotker.
Breakfast Hour Causes
Jacobs' Wife to Protest
Refusal of Mrs. Oscar Jacobs, 2010
Korth Eighteenth street, to arise at
5 o'clock and cook breakfast for her
husband who drives for the Independ
ent Ice company, resulted in differ
ences between the couple which were
not adjusted until just before Jacobs
was to be arraigned in police court
As the result of his wife's failure to
prepare his breakfast, Jacobs said,
they had a row Tuesday and she left
him. Friday night she brought about
his arrest on charges of nonsupport,
but before the case was called to
trial relatives had patched up the dif
ferences. Jacobs intends to return to farm
work, he said. Then, he asserted, for
a couple of months at least, he won't
have to get up until 5:15.
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