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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 25, 1917.
-iff i
What
is Going On
in Society Circles
(Continued from Pai One.)
white satin, with long drapery of net
embroidered irt silver, nd over this a
drapery of net embroidered in white.
The tulle veil caught with orange
blossoms formed the train. The bride
carried a shower bouquet of sweet
peas and wore a platinum lavelier set
with diamonds, the gut of the groom,
The couple left for Los Angeles
and Del Mar, California, where they
will spend part of their honeymoon.
and then take the ocean trip from San
Diego to San Francisco, Vancouver
and Seattle. Alter May 1 they will be
at home at Hunter Inn.
Jamcs-Tohnson Weddings. .
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A. Johnson Wednesday evening the
marriage of their daughter, F.thel, to
Mr. Lloyd James, took place. Miss
Lilly Johnson, a sister, played the
Mendelssohn wedding march before
the ceremony, which was performed
by the Rev. A. A. Delarme of the
1'irst Baptist church.
The bride was attended by her sis
ter. Miss Mildred Johnson, and Mr.
,'ames was attended by Mr. I age Ahl
berg. A reception followed the serv-
ice. at which about 100 guests were
present. J he choir ot the first Bap
tist church sang during the reception
Mr. and Mrs. James and Mr. James'
mother of Missouri Valley, la., were
at the Blackstone until Thursday
morning, when they lett on a honey
moon trip to Chicago.
Wedding Announcement!.
Mr. J. Bernerd Lesh and Miss
hrma 1). stover were married at the
Dietz Methodist parsonage Thurs
day afternoon. Kev. C. N. Dawson
officiated. Mrs. W. H. Seibert and
Mrs. M. I. Dawson witnessed the
ceremony.
Betrothal Announced
' Mr. and Mrs. J. Sterrett announce
me engagement oi tneir daughter.
May, to Mr. Leo C Green, son of
Mrs. Sarah Green.
News of School Set.
' Miss Helen Walker, who attends
.Mrs. somcrs school in Washington
D. C is in New York with a party of
incncis tor trie week-end.
Clarence Peters, who is a junior at
Vale, was recently made "king" of his
fraternity, an honor usually conferred
upon a senior. Mr. i'etera will remain
east during the Easter holidays.
Miss Margaret Williams, who is
attending Wheaton college, will
spend her vacation at Marblehead,
Mass., with a group of college girls.
Social Clubs Meet.' ' r
The Lambs', club was entertained
Thursday evening by Mr. J. Watson
at nis nome. I note present were
Meaara. -Tom
Lucae
Kllan Camel ,
Kay Corloy
J. r. Kuncl
Jknun Badll
Mleeea -Bmma
Kment
Watson
Roae Maallktt '
Avne, 8pup
Mr. and lira. 3. D. Watson. '
' The Friendship club wilt meet Fri
day evening at Metropolitan club
house. The next meeting will be
held Friday, April 13.
Mothers' Club Invites Fathers.
The West Omaha Mothera' Culture
club gave an evening affair for hus
bands of member! Friday evening at
the new home of Dr. and Mn. Blaine
Truesdell. in Dundee. Mr. W. F.
Baxter talked on "Single Tax," a gen
eral discussion following, and musical
numbers were given by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Thiem, Miss Gertrude Thiem
and Mr. Will Hetherington. Present
were:
Dre. and afeadjMuee
P. T. Barter, A. F. Tyler.
Newell Jonee,
- Meaara. and Ueedemee -
W. N. Baker,
T. W, Co
John Cooper,
J. C Ouaan,
Clinton Hamilton,
3. A. Hamilton,
B. A. McFerlane,
Mra. L. F. Vlokery,
Ml, Mavnueon.
Meeera.
Wen P. Badll
Lao Mlakovak
Joa Bwobodn
14 Awohoda
J. Chloborad
Mleeea
' Anna Pleuler
Maria Vaako
Mamla BiMip '
C. W. Korea,
O. A. Roberta,
K. C. iHtater,
C. B. Bwan.
T. F. Bonordea,
T. J. White,
W, F. Baiter.
Last Week-End Club Dance.
The last dancing party of the series
given by the Week-End Dancing dub
at the Fontenelle was held Saturday
evening.. The member of the club
are: ; ,,. ,
Meaara. and afeedamea-.
T. w. Baumer,
Frank C. Beat,
A. F. Bloom, ,
W. T. Bourke,
V. W. Boylea,
H. Burna,
W. U Carey,
Henry Claueaen,
T. J. Donahue,
J. 1 Ferclot, .
F. A. Fttaa-erald.
Henry D. Frankfurt,
J. A. Preeland.
C. J. Herrtam. '
O.orae H. Miller,
M. U. Murray,
H. O. Naaburt,
Al Nabatedt,
A. O, Mchole,
Henry Nyaaard, '
Allan Farmer,
Louie W. Platner,
W. H. Plainer,
C. A. Pratt,
V. D. Reynolda,
t:. ti. T, Blepen,
Howard B. Urahara, Frank Roberta,
J. Orotendlck,
F. W. Hadley.
A. B. Hamilton,
K. M. Harrla,
J. M. Hoiran.
L. M. Ilolllday, -C.
R. Jewelk
U. W. Johneon,
W. 3. McCaffrey,
Tom 8. Xelley,
B. E. McCasue.
John 3. McMahon,
Charlea A. Martin,
J. H. Martin,
a P. Maoon.
Dra, and Meedame
A. L. Barr,
L. A. Dermody,
A. W. Fltaalmona,
H. L. Rarrar,
Meaara.
J. J. Aleiandar,
II. B. Boylee.
B. Penny,
Jam W. Hurley,
Roy W. Moore,
Babies' Social Function.
Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Leavltt of the
Plymouth Congregational church
gave a baby party at their home
Thursday afternoon in honor of the
8. Rutherford.
E. H. Bchunamen,
Charlea F. Soneraier,
A. C. Brotl,
Q. W. Shields,
O. It. Smith,
Paul Themanaon,
Robert 8. Trimble,
K. H. Ward,
J. W, Welch,
R. B. Wilder,
H. Q. Wlndholm,
H. L. Whitney,
F. A. Wood.
H. B. Newton,
H. A. wahl.
Orant Wllllatna,
Meaara.'
Q. A. Btomhalmer,
A. B. Bwanaon,
3. M. Tanner,
Dr. T. T. Harrla.
E2fURNITUREc!
AUCTION SALE
FORCED to move out of our
four-etory warehouae, we will
aell at auction or private aala
the entire (25,000 stock of fine
furniture, ruga, stoves, etc. Do
not miss this opportunity. Our
loss is your gain. You'U be well
paid to attend this sale.
AUCTION DAILY AT 2 P. M.
When Big Crowds Convene.
State Furniture Co.
Corner Mth and Dodge Sta. ,
, Omaha, Neb.
Young Mothers Bring Children to Visit Grandparents
k,f H ML ;yr - i
Pa y ' ?
Jeer- ' "
ent as a precaution against an epi
demic. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welch, formerly
of this city, but now living on their
ranch near Los Angeles, are at the
Blackstone. The Welch ranch, "Aha
Lona," forty miles out of Los Angeles,
is a charming spot where many
Omaha people are entertained. Re
cently Mrs. Joseph Barker and her
children, Miss Virginia and Joseph,
jr., spent a week-end there and Mr.
and Mrs. George Mayne of Council
Bluffs and Mrs. J. E. George were en
tertained there just before Mr. and
Mrs. Welch came east.
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Benson
Social Circles
first birthday of Master William
Leavitt. Twelve babies of ages from
2 months to 2 years were present.
They were: Mary Elizabeth Hitch
man, David Chase Hazard, Helen
May Malum, Richard Printz Phelps,
Marjorie Kittell, Owen Fisk, Helen
Woodford, Joseph Benjamin Ogden,
Marguerite Hazard, Winifred Balzer
and Betty Lou Stringer.
Stork News,
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Anderson of this city on
March 14. Mrs. Anderson is at the
home of her parents in Kansas City,
Pleasures Past
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Low cele
brated the latter1! birthday Tuesday
with an informal supper at their
home. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mc
Keen, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Judson,
Mrs. Remington. Charles L. Saund
ers and Harry McCormick were the-
guests, i
Miss Eleanor scott, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Scott, en
tertained a few of her young friends
at a supper party Saturday, in honor
of Miss Daisy Richard's birthday.
I he iriday Night Dancing club
gave its usual party Friday evening
at the Strchlow Terrace club house,
with forty-six couples present. Next
Friday evening1! party will close the
chili's season.
Mrs. J. F. Binder entertained at din
ner last Sunday in honor of Mr. Bin
der's birthday. The guests present
were:
Meaara and Meadamee
C. J. Paaalok. Fred Prlbnraky,
Charlea Prlboraky, Joaepb Prlboraky.
joeepn Hiaiovlo,
la, V J
Dorothy MUlevlr.
Caroline Prfbonky,
T.lllUn Psttlnk,
Marun mndur.
A surorise oarty was triven Thurs
day on Miss Rose Svacina at her
home. Ihose present were
Mvidatnet
Jonaph Houcik,
Cha.rl Bwanioa,
Otto Bthltrk,
Anton Horky,
Anton Fuxa,
Frank Krecek,
Anton Krtcek,
Milmet
Frank Marhal,
Jnmci My era.
Ami I Prohatka,
JoiApb Bart a.
R. F. Prnhaska,
Mary flvarlna,
Km ma Sltnanek,
, s rV
at ' iST 1, ' - r y-. . f -A 1 a I
tlRS, ROGER VAUGHAJ7 WTHMAfiTHA 7HJOOf AND JOHN LOBQ
Birthday Dinner-Dance.
A surprise birthday dinner-dance
was given Saturday evening at the
Home hotel in honor of Miss Kuth
McKeon. American Beauties formed
the table decorations and old rose
and ivory in the ball room. Covers
were laid for:
Mleeee Mlaaea
Amy Fltawllllama, Luclle Johnaon,
Vera Waaln, of Weeplns Water,
Jeeelo Drasoo, Ruth MoKeon.
Meaara.- Heeara.
Wlllard Cooper, I.eroy Buaaard,
O. Olaon. Charlel Draioo.
Vincent Shook,
Social Gossip, ,
Miss Louise Dinning has been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCor
mick in Baltimore, but is now back in
New York with Mrs. Charles Turner
at the Madison Square hotel, the lat
ter having returned from- a visit at
Palm Beach.
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow and Miss
Barkalow have decided to remain
east longer and are now in New York
at 14 East Sixtieth street.- Mrs. W.
S. Poppleton is also stopping at this
same hotel
Mrs. Charles T. Kountze is expect
ed home the middle of the week from
French Lick Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stevens and
her daughter, Mrs. Ben Wood, jr.,
leave today for New York and At
lantic City for two or three weeks.
Mrs. G. Steunenberg, wife of Major
Steunenberg, is stopping at the
Blackstone.
Mrs. Fred P. Hamilton left Pheo-
It U V
Omaha's Most Beautiful
Indoor Play Ground
It the way in which man? Omaha paopla raftr to
th Black ttont Hotel the building of which marked
the beffinnlnf of new epoch la Omaha social
history
Luxury prevails en the eighth floor of the Black
atone -the entertainment floor where every poi
alble appurtenance Is at hand for the convenience
and comfort of thoae who delight ta coming to
gether, to entertain or to be entertained.
The dinner-dance, the dancing party, the reception,
the card party, the banquet or the lecture, in fact. -any
variety of the higher type of social diversion
' or entertainment may bo staged here in moit de
lightful fan talon.
Information relative to reservation! for each en
tertainment may bo obtained by telephoning
THE BLACKSTONE
Haraajr 945.
nix., Ariz., Thursday for Pasadena,
where she will spend about ten days
before coming home.
Mr. Samuel Burns is staying at the
Omaha club during the quarantine of
his wife and little Barbara and Mar
gery is with friends ii) Kountze place.
The Holyoke school, which Barbara
attended, has been closed for the pres-
N. H. Tyson has returned from a
few days' stay at Fort Dodge, la.
Mrs. M. C. Berry has returned from
the coast, where she spent the winter
months.
Mrs. J. F. Marshall was hostess for
the Omaha Mothers' club at her home
last Wednesday afternoon.
Messrs. P. A. fiailor of Crete, Neb.,
and A. W. Gailor of Zap, N. D., were
guests last week at the J. F. Marshall
home.
The Royal Holland Bell Ringers
will give a sacred concert Sunday
evening at the Methodist church.
G. W. Edgerton of Hugo, Okl., was
a guest a few days last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. V. Kinney.
A number of affairs were given last
week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Faussett, who leave next week.
E. J. McArdle gave a stag party
last Saturday evening for a number
of friends.
Miss Pearl Mattson was hostess for
the Bluebird social at her home on
Thursday evening.
Miss Flora Titzel entertained at
dinner Monday evening for five
Omaha guests.
Mrs. Harry Corrington entertained
Thursday afternoon in honor of her
sister, Miss Maud Meeker of Deca
tur, la. i
Mrs. A. E. Carter entertained at
dinner Tuesday evening in honor of
Mrs. Frank Parkins of Park City,
Utah, and Mrs. Pauline Brisco of
Cheyenne, Wyo,
Miss Gladys Babcock and Miss
Agnes Davis entertained at lunch in
the domestic science room for the
fo.-mer and present instructors, Mrs.
L. Moon and Miss Mable Shipperd.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faussett were
surprised at their home on Monday
prior to their leaving Benson. The
guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mar
shall, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. ' Young,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Longacre, Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs.
G . Wolslager, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Penny, Misses Vera Marshall and
Gertrude Penny, Messrs. Roy Loom
is and Harvey Sagar..
The Baptist Missionary circle met
at the home of Mrs. E. C. Fuller last
Wednesday afternoon, when the pres
ent officers were re-elected.
Mrs. E. J. Whistler was hostess
last Wednesday for the Methodist
Ladies' Aid society for a social and
business meeting.
Mrs. E. A. McGlasson entertained
for the P. E. 0. chapter Thursday
afternoon, Miss Nora Killian, state
organizer, being present to inspect
the work.
Mrs. Roy Marshall has returned
from a visit with relatives in Kansas
City.
Mrs. H. C. Campbell was hostess
for the L. P. 'club last Friday at her
home. The guests present were Mes
dames S. R. Butler, G. Sherer, D. E.
Fields, A. Davie, C. S. Chapman and
A. Edelman.
About fifty couple! were present at
the "Shamrock" party given by the
Rebekah Social club, Saturday even
ing, a week.
Mrs. Lew Raber was hostess for
the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society
"open day" meeting last Thursday. A
program of "How I Earned My Dol
lar." Poems were given which were
interpreted with music. Luncheon
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Terms to Suit
Burgess-Hash GompmV.
'everybody!? stork
was served to about forty-five guests.
Miss Lola Byars will entertain for
the Loyal Daughter's club at her
home next Tuesday evening.
Miss Margaret Erickson of Omaha
spent the week-end at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Sidney Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faussett have
sold their home and furniture and will
leave Monday for Gothenburg, Neb.,
to visit. They expect to settle on a
farm.
Three girls' and one woman's gym
nasium classes have been organized
for Wednesday nights. Misses Grace
Forney and Merle Hughes, Mrs. G.
Stahl and Mrs. Ed Janke will be the
instructors.
The Maple Leaf Chapter of Omaha
will give a minstrel at the Odd Fel
lows' hall next Saturday evening,
under the auspices of the Woman's
club.
Mrs. Vincent Kenny of Benson
hurst left Friday morning to spend
the week-end in Lincoln.
Mrs. Harman Hawkins will be the
hostess on Friday afternoon for
the Women's Christian Temperance
union, when the essay contest work
in the schools will be discussed.
lew System cf
Fat Reduction
Here's a new way for all tmt people to
laugh together at that old bugaboo obeilty.
The saying that "there ii not h inn new under
the un" does not bow apply to fat people
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a new aensation, new pleasure, m new
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one who is passing beyond the limits of
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Tablets are sold by all druggists or nent post
paid by the Marmola Co., 864 Woodward
Ave., Detroit, Mich. A larne case suffi
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The
Ideal Gift
There Is no more appropriate
and appreciative remembrance
than jewelry and our stock is
replete with many suggestions
for boys and girls.
w1
A Few Suggestions to Assist in
Making Your Selection
For Boys
12 Size Elgin Open Face Watch,
20-year gold filled case, plain
or engraved. Our Confirma
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Solid Gold Cuff Buttons, plain
for monogram or beautifully
engraved. Our Confirmation
price $4.73
Nice Heavy Solid Gold Seal
Ring, we do engraving free.
Our Confirmation price .. $3
Reconstructed Ruby Stick Pin,
swell designs. Our Confirma
tion price $1.50
Waldeman Gold-Filled Watch
Chain, soldered link, guaran
teed to wear. Our Confirma
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Gold-Filled Knife, plain or
fancy pattern, 2 blades, guar
anteed to wear. Our Confir
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For Girls
Bracelet Watch, 20-year case,
excellent movement, small
size, plain or engraved. Our
Confirmation price $1.75
Beautiful Solid Gold Diamond
La Valliere, 12 up-to-date
patterns to select from. Our
Confirmation price .... $5.00
Reconstructed Ruby Tiffany
Ring, finest quality. Our
Confirmation price .... $6.00
French Indestructable Pearl
Necklaces, every pearl per
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mation price $5.00
Cameo Brooches, biggest selec
tion in Omaha, solid gold
mountings. Our Confirmation
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Entirely new Vanity Cases
highly enameled sterling sil
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Sterling Silver Spoon. Our
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16th and Douglas Streets.
"Qnly OneEasy
MQiwwMpenhmmilmrs
"A Secret That Makes
Them Just Dissolve
Away Like Frost Be
fore the Sun' Says the
Great Beauty Favorite
of the Screen, Valcska
Suratt.
By VALESKA 81 B ATT.
THE usual method used for re
moving superfluous hatrs la
barbarous, to aay the least.
There are any number of things
which will remove thtse halre but
many of them so Irritate, burn and
redden the akin as to make tt a sight
to look upon. It la no longer neces
essary to go at It In such a savage
manner. Superfluous hatr can now
be removed by an application which
Is aa safe aa water and never falls
to remove every hair so thoroughly
that not a vestige of It remains to
be seen. There Is only one thing
that will do this, and that Is sulfo
solution. This can be obtained from
any drug store. The hairs arc
merely moistened with It for a few
momenta and then the hairs are seen
literally to wither and dissolve away
and- are wiped off, leaving a skin ab
solutely perfect, spotless, soft and
smooth. This Is the sensible method
and no matter how aenvltlva the skin
or how thick the hair growth It Is al
ways successful.
FRETFUL The trouble Is that the
ordinary wrinkle creams produce lit
tle or no results. Many of my stage
friends have used my own formula with
astonishing results In a few days. You
can do the same. Get two ounces of
eptol at the drug store and mix with
one tablespoonful of glycerine and a half
pint of water. Tou will see how fast
the crow's feet and "mouth" wrinkles
will disappear. This wltt take 20 years
from your appearance.
MISS ADEPT Don't waste time with
-4hose hair tonlca you mention. Profit
by my own experience. I never got
any results until I stopped all those
preparations and used my own formula.
Everybody that has used It marvels at
the results. Tour hair will at once
stop falling and the hair will grow long,
silky and beautiful. Mix one ounce
of beta qulnol with a half pint of water
and a half pint of alcohol, or use one
pint of bay rum Instead of the water
and alcohol. This makes over a pint
of this positive hair grower, costing less
than you could get at the stores and
besides It does the work unfailingly.
WIBHINO First lay aside everything
else you have been using for beautify
ing your sktn. Next gttt one ounce of
Intone from the drug store and mix It
with two tablespoonfuli of glyoerlne In
ft pint of water. Start using the cream
at once and continue every day. Tou'll
be one ef the happiest women In the
world when you acturlly see your skin
taking on the bloom and purity of a
rose. All freckles, blemishes, red spots
and muddlnesa will positively disap
pear. see
MIRS F. T. It la an easy matter to
control the profuse perspiration In the
arm pits and removing all odor at ence
by applying bydroltsed tale to the af
fected places. Any druggist ean sup
ply you with this remarkable article.
MRS. 5. G. M. It Is no wonder your
face is red In spots, trying to pinch out
blackheads. Try this and see them
disappear In a few minutes'. Sprinkle
powdered nerosln on a wet sponge and
rub this on the blackheads. It's magic.
You can get the neroxln at any drug
tore. Steaming the face makes pores
large.
MISS R. A. O. No one can promise
that anything will surely develop the
bust In every case. The very beat
thing, however. Is to mix two ounces
of ruetone and ha)f a cup of sugar In
half a pint of water. Of this mixture
take two teospoonfuls after each meal
and on retiring. Wonderful resujts from
this In a month's time have been ob
tained, WAITING I can see no reason for
any good druggist not having the sin
tone for making up my skin beautify
ing formula. If you have any difficulty
hereafter send the price, fifty cents, to
"Secretary to Valeska Suratt, Thompson
BIdg., Chicago." and it will be sent to
you at once by mall.
MIPS O. P. Better order one of the
beautiful Suratt "movie" pillow-tops
now while they lent. I arranged to
have my friends supplied with them at
the special price of fifty cents. Bend
price to my secretary, to address as
given In paragraph preceding, and you
will get It by return mall. These pillow-tops
have my large photo and my
signature la the center nd are done
elegantly In orange and purple.
DOUBLE N. There Is not a single
face powder I ever used that didn't
have that "chalklnesa" In some degree.
That's why I have my own face powder.
It's Just like the softest down and In
visible. There's nothing else like It.
It Is now sold at drug stores as "Valeska
Suratt Face Powder." at fifty cents. In
white, flesh and brunette tints.
MRS, r. O. K The alkali In Maps
and ordinary shampoos dries up the
scalp and hair secretions. Don't use
them. If you want a, wonderful cleanser
and shampoo that actually dissolves
dandruff as If by megio and helps hair
grow, mix a teaspoonful of eggol In a
half cup ot water. You can get eggol
at the drug store for twenty-five cents,
enough to make twelve or more of these
marvelously elfocilve washes- Adv.