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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1917)
TRE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 1, 1917.
is Going On
in Society Circles
(OMltiaaed freaa Pace One)
Alice Duval or the last few days
and was to make a two weeks visit
with her, was unexpectedly called
home Fridav afternoon.
- Miss Ruth Saylei, who has been
spending the winter with her aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yost, left
Wednesday for her home in Oak
Miss Pauline Spethmann of Grand
Island is spending a week in Omaha
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Miss Mildred Chapman of Rutland
Vt., arrived Tuesday on her way from
California, and will remain for a visit
with her cousin. Miss Lucy Updike,
Mrs. L. H. Rosenbaum of Kansas
City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Koooel for several weeks,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kellner of Fresno,
Lai., arrived Thursday to spend sev
eral weeks with Mrs. Kellner's lister,
Mrs. M. Newman, and Mr. Newman.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkins of
Chicago are in New York. Their
three sons, Fraser, Torrey and Harry,
jr., arrived here Thursday to stay
with their grandmother, Mrs. Frank
Colpetier, during their parents ab'
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Millard and
son. Hush, are at the Fontenelle for
a few days from their ranch in Ore
gon. Mr. Millard Has been here
some time, but Mrs. Millard and
Hugh came Thursday.
Mrs. Leon Titelbaum of New York,
who was formerly Miss Hattie Nathan
of this city, will arrive Wedesday to
be the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .Philip Nathan.
Mrs. Mary Kinnaman Sauer, promi
nent in musical circles in St. Joseph,
Mo., was the. guest of Miss Bella
Robinson and her sister, Mrs. J. E.
Softer, last week. Mrs. Sauer is one
of the directors of the Fortnightly
Musical club and organist at the First
Baptist church m at Joseph.
Mrs. Walter Hopewell of Tekamah
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Hervey. ,She came Saturday
for the Kappa Kappa Gamma lunch
eon. Benefit for Belgian Children.
Miss Mary Cooper and her dancing
pupils are planning to raise $1,000 for
starving Belgian children at their
benefit program, whicl. will be given
the evening of April 20 and the after
noon of April 21. Nearly 100 pupils
from Council Bluffs and Omaha will
take part in the recital. The little tats
have been deeply touched by the
stories of little boys and girl who,
when they are almost starving, re
ceive only one biscuit and a cup of
chocolate a da;'. Miss Ethel if. T.
Johnson is in charge of the sale of
tickets, which may be obtained at
any of the down-town drug stores.
Pupils who will dance at the charity
Klloa Holovtchlnar, "
Batty alyari, , J
Mary Allea Kelly,
Praacee Cunninsham.Lllllan Blmpaon,
. aitnei lajnninsnam, Sana Wlae,
Louise Heyden, '
VaahU Drake, -Corrlnna
Mary Asnee MarahalLLoratne Cowlea,
Kllen Peterson, ' Ellen Van Arnam.
Bllaabeth von Latt-Pranoea EarenftghW
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow and Miss Caro
line Barkalow, who have been east
over two months, left New York
Wednesday and will be home Tues-
Mrs. F. A. Brogan returned Wed
nesday from Austin, Tex., where she
visited her son and his wife. Prof,
and Mrs. Albert Brogan. Mr. Brogan
has gone south on a week's business
Mrs. Miriam Patterson Boyce left
Thursday for New York to spend six
weeks studying voice under her for
mer teacher, Harry Rowe Shelley.
Mrs. Chester wells has returned
from a week's visit at the home of
Group of Y. W. C, A. Board Members Elected at Annual Meeting
A ii.Uaaai. WW
srrs.FQtD s. rfov&r
of white washable voile has
edging of filet lace on caffs,
on deep collar and down front
Fine tucks and deaigna of eye
let embroidery as well as flow
ered designs of raised embroid
ery on front, gjve a refined ele
gance to this blouse. $3.60
would be a reasonable price to
Say for this beautiful garment,
ut in order to attract new
custom for the blouse depart
ment the modest figure of 12.68
has been named. No. 742; all
aires, from 36 to 46.
Add 6 cents for mailing if
you live oot of town. Mail or
ders carefully packed. .
A. T.BENSON CO.
1812 F arnam Street
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. P. Dierkt
Mrs. Will Burns went to Chicaso
Sunday to meet Mrs. W. A. Redick.
returning from Palm Beach. Both
Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Redick arrived
home Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. David Magowan left
Sunday tor a live weeks trip
through the south. They expect to
be in Atlanta and Charleston, S. C,
among otner places.
Lewis S. Reed left last week for
Portland, Ore., and California.
Mrs. Walter Page and Mrs. John
Trinder will leave this week for the
east Richard Page will join them in
New York for his Easter vacation
from Lawrenceville. They expect to
visit Baltimore, Norfolk, Va., and
Philadelphia, as well as New York.
Mrs. Richard Carrier, who has
been visiting in San Diego all winter,
leaves tnere today tor a month in
Pasadena, Los Angeles. Hollywood
and other points in the vicinity before
returning to Omaha.
Mrs. Helen Poooleton. who has
been in New York for the last three
weeks, is stopping in Chicago with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Terrems for a
few days before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welch of Los
Angeles, who have been rt the Black,
stone for the last week, leave today
for the east.
Mrs. Daniel Baum. jr.. returned
Wednesday from a three weeks' visit
in Easton, Pa.
Sarame Kaynolds, or Sarame Re
naldi, a member of the Boston Grand
Opera company, which appeared here
last week, nas relatives 'in Omaha,
Mrs. J. W. Raynolds and the C. W.
Lymans. The late William Wallace
was her uncle and the late Mrs. C. F.
Manderson her cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eldridce will
leave Monday evening for a year's
trip through the Orient, sailing from
San Francisco April 7. This is their
fourth trip to the far east and they
plan on visiting Japan, Korea and the
Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Hill
accompany the Eldridgei. .
Society Folk Study Drama.
A class of fifteen or sixteen young
women are meeting at different
houses every Friday morning to
siuay "ine continental Urama un
der the direction of Miss Kate Mc
Hugh. Mrs. Ross Towle, Miss Euge
nie Patterson and Miss Alice Carter
were instrumental in organizing the
class and the members, include Mes
dames George B. Thummel, Walter
noDcrts, n. a, waggener. Uyde
Roeder. Harold Pritchett lack Web.
ster, John L. McCague, jr., and Misses
Margaret Bruce, bluabeth Bruce,
Hilda Hammer, Elizabeth Davis, Me
liora Davis, Gertrude Metz and
Gladys Peters. Last week the drama
Plans were made for twelve formal
dances next year, the membership
limit to be raised to 140 couples. Offi
cers elected were J. H. Stine, A. M
Smith, H. C. Cutler, M. M. Hepton
stall and H. C. Forester.
Affairs of Past Week.
The Pagalco members were enter-
tamed at a card party a the home
of Miss Irene Baker Thursday eve
ning. Those present were:
B. V. Kelly.
Mrs. Henry Gould and Miss Ruth
Gould entertained a few close friends
at tea Friday afternoon from 3 until
6 o'clock, the affair serving as a house
warming for their new home and an
opportunity for seeing -Miss Gould's
onaai enese jurs. wara roses were
used throughout the house and the
Misses Katherine Gould, Helen
Streight and Ruth Anderson assisted
in serving tea.
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Loomis enter
tained at dinner Thursday, when their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed,
Mr. and Mrs. u M. Wilhelm. Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Carpenter, Mr. and
Mrs. frank U. Johnson and Mr. and
Mrs. Francis White.
Miss Mona Cowell gave a luncheon
under consideration was Tagore's
''Chitra," which the class was ex
pected to read during the week pre
paratory to Miss McHugh's talk.
Red Cross First Aid Class.
Members who have been chosen bv
Mrs, E. H. Sprague and Mrs. W. A.
C Johnson for the class in Red Cross
first aid work which will meet at the
Lord Lister hosnital Tuesdav and Fri
day mornings at 11 are:
Mesdamee Mesdamee '
Howard Baldrtgo, J, T. Stewart. ld
C. T. Kountae, O. T. Baetman,
W. R. McKeen, Arthur Remington,
Prank W. Judaon. D. H. Wheeler,
Clement chaae, W. A. Rediok.
Delay Doane, Katherine McCarmlek,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McGrew are
leaving the Blackstone Monday td
open their own home again, prepar
atory to the arrival of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Wilson Austin, and little
daughter, Evelyn, from Pelham
Manor, N. Y., in about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed and fam
ily, who have had the L. G. Doup
home this winter, moved Friday to
"Aloha," their summer home near the
Country club. Mr. Doup has been in
Florida, but returned a week ago.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wickersham,
who have been at the Colonial during
the winter, have returned to their
home, 224 North Forty-ninth street.
They will be there only during the
The Homa of th Chfckering Piano . ,,
THE SAFETY ot your $ui,cha8e ' Jrusrantced by
. our reputation.
THE PRICE you pay ,s cons,stent with the quality
Ut M0JMMHM 8010. (ftgJfcrV
Pianos With a Pedigree
All the pianos we carry are makes of standing with
long years of reputation back of them, but it is not
simply the years of pitfno building experience that make
them the best it's the careful construction resulting
i uib iine muatcai ana amsnc qualities mat make them
we ureaiest values on im maricet today.
You Can Make a Large Saving by
Purchasing Your Piano Now
thickering Ivera&Pond Behning
Haines Bros. Kohler & Campbell Brewster
Schaff Bros. Smith & Barnes , . Armstronrj
UPRIGHT PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS
$50 and Up h r . $265 and Up
j Terms to Suit
month of April, however, for they
have sold the place.
Omahans at Excelsior Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Coit went to
Excelsior Springs Friday to remain
over Easter. They plan to go out
to their home near the Country club
in April. '
Mrs. C. J. Smyth left Wednesday
for Excelsior Springs to meet Mr.
Smyth, who is returning from two
months in Washington, . C. They
wilt remain at the springs for two
or three weeks. ,
To Celebrate Birthday.
Mrs. Jean Johnston, in accordance
with her yearly custom, received
from 3 to 5 Saturday afternoon in
honor of the birthday of her mother,
Mrs. Mary C. Ettinger. Mrs. Ettinger
was 88 years old yesterday. A birth
day cake was marked with the number
of years and flags formed patriotic
decorations throughout the house. A
great many friends of Mrs. Johnston
and her mother called during the afternoon.
The recipient of
flowers always en
joys her Easter.
They express your
cheer her, a floral
Have you a friend
at a distance? Our
will simplify mat
ters. Rational Florist
That's the Idea
JOHN H. BATH
"The Careful Florist"
1804 Farnara St., Omaha.
Phone Douglas 3000.
Dancing Club's Plans.
Ihe Linosam Dancing club closed
a most enjoyable season inursoay
evening at the Scottish Rite cathe
dral, about 100 couples being present.
Mental as well as physi
cal, Rheumatism should be
relieved. We can help yon
with Sulpho-Chlorine Baths.
The - famous Sulpha-Chlorine)
Mineral Water is delivered In
Omaha In fivasalIon jute, at
Sl.Sfi SOo refunded when jus
ZSth and O Sta., South Side.
Phone Sauth 079.
DR. JOHN A. NIEMANN
Osteopathic Fhraiclaa ra Chars.
An Easter Special
in Newest Millinery
New Shapes Hand
Made of Straws and
Satins and combinations
of the two Hair Braids
and Straws. Colors
black and to match
suits. Trimmed with
ribbons, flowers or
stick-ups. Would sell
r e g u 1 a rly for $8.95.
A SPLENDID SAVING
ON WOMEN'S SHOES
Special for Monday and Tuesday
Black patent leather with cloth or
leather top; lace or button style;
Cuban or French heel. All sizes. Reg
ular $5.03 values, at
Others in Two-Tone
and Colors .
$6.50 to $10
Easter Clothes for Boys
A Flyer in Boys' Easter Suits. Straight Trousers i
3 to 7-year sizes. . . .$3.98 $4.50
8 to 18-year size. . . . .$4.50 to $10
1417 DOUGLAS STREET
Thursday at the Omaha club for Mrs.
John Trinder, Miss Mary Richardson
and Mrs. Katherine Grable. ,
Miss Leta and Miss Elva Carter are
spending their spring vacation in
Miss Nina Garrett left Saturday for
St. Joseph, where she gave a piano
recital at the Young Women's Chris
tian association last evening. Her
mother, Mrs. Porter Garrett, accom
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cailey expect
to go to New York the week after
Easter for two months. They have
no further plans, as they do not know
where Mr. Gailcy's business will take
Mrs. William E. Martin went to
(Continned on Par. Three Col. Five)
"Genuine Macaroni is made only from the
golden flour obtained from Durum wheat, otherwise
called 'Macaroni Wheat.' It is the excess of gluten
and sucrose it contains above the ordinary soft
wheats which commends Durum wheat, especially to
the manufacturer of Macaroni.
"Macaroni made from Durum cooks quickly,
will stand boiling and retain its form and consistency
"Fake Macaroni, made from soft, starch flours,
must be cooked thirty minutes or longer, becomes
disintegrated even to mushiness when cooked, split
ting up and becoming a pulpy mass at times."
From the March Issue Housewives Magazine.
Letters From World's
Skinner Manufacturing Co.,
We have had business dealings with your Company for
several years, and are pleased to say that our business rela
tions have at all times been exceedingly pleasant, and being
believers ourselves in high-quality products, we are glad to
say that all purchases of Durum wheat products made by your
Company of us have invariably called for the highest quality
Durum Patent flour that we manufacture, and nothing but the
highest quality that we manufacture has ever been shipped by
us for your account.
Inasmuch as we were the pioneer millers in the matter of
grinding especially selected Durum wheat for the exclusive
manufacture of Macaroni and kindred products, we feM that
in view of the magnificent increase in the domestie manufac
ture of Macaroni, we have teen well repaid for having advo
cated the use of high-class raw materials.
Your Company is entitled to congratulations for adhering
strictly to a policy of using nothing but high quality Durum
products, and the growth of your Company is the best evidence
to be had of the value of tha determination.
' Tours truly,
FDLLSBUBT FLOUS MILLS COMPANY.
By V. V. Corbin.
Skinner Manufacturing Co,
, Answering your recent inquiry as to the quality of flour
we are supplying for your Macaroni factory, will state it is
absolutely the best grade of flour that we can make and is
ground especially from the purest and best quality Durum
wheat that we can buy on the Minneapolis market, which, you
may be interested to know, is the biggest primary wheat maj-'
ket in the world, so that we get a considerable supply coming
here to draw from and have the selection of the best wheats
The wheat is thoroughly cleaned, and even washed, before
it is allowed to go to our rolls. From there on it is ground
and purified until the highest grade product we can make is
produced and shipped to you regularly. It is our aim to keep
this flour up to the very highest degree of excellence, and it
thus enables you to produce the high quality goods found in'
SKINNER'S Macaroni Products.
Yours very truly,
YEEXA, ANDREWS & THTOSTON.
J as. C. Andrews, President.
We guarantee that SKINNERS Maca
roni is made exclusively from the most select ;
Durum Wheat. We know of no other manu-:
facturer of Macaroni that even claims to be
running exclusively on Durum. ,
When you eat SHNNQtS Macaroni you
know you are eating real Macaroni.
SKINNERS Cooks In 12 Minutes
Place a package of Skinner's Macaroni Prod
ucts in a vessel of fast boiling water, boil for
twelve minutes and drain all the water off at
once and place in collander to blanch in cold
water. Then add your other ingredients and
bake as directed.
We guarantee the quality of Skinners
Products to be not only good, but enough better than other
Macaroni to be immediately noticeable, and that in purity,
richness of flavor, fine, even texture and general goodness it
is better than any other Macaroni made. If it does not meet
all these requirements you are at perfect liberty to return the
package to your grocer and your money will be refunded to
you without question. We know and believe in its quality,
and that is the reason we make this guarantee. '
On Every Package.
Two Large Packages, 25c.
SKINNER MANUFACTURING GO.
OMAHA, U. S. A.
Largest Macaroni Factory in America. . " ;. ...
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