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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 1, 1917,
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South Side
Social Gossip
Mr. H. Reed of Ogalalla has been
called to this city by the illness and
death of his uncle, George F. Copper.
Mrs. Armada Parsley Pettigo is in
the South Omaha hospital with a
broken collar bone, result of street
car accident.
Mrs. James Parsley is confined to
her home with pneumonia.
Mrs. Mary Price of Douglas, Wyo.,
formerly a resident of South Omaha,
is visiting old friends.
Mr. H. Wilbur, father of Mrs. R.
Wbittington, is seriously ill.
Dr. Leo De Lanney-of Belgrade,
Neb., has been called here by the
illness of Dr. E. L. De Lanney.
Mrs. C E. Briggs and children, ac
companied by Mrs. C. P. Esken, mo
tored up from Shenandoah to spepd
a couple of days at the home of Mrs.
P. A. Barrett.
Mrs. L. Strawhecher is reported
slightly improved at the Methodist
hospital.
Mrs. Merlin Finlay and children
expect to go to their home in Valley
this week after spending some fime
at the home of Mrs. Viola Randal.
Mrs. H. Richardson of Plattsmouth
spent Thursday with Mrs. Mary Price
of Douglas, Wyo., who is visiting
here.
Mrs. E. L. Gustafson is very much
improved after her long illpess.
John Schultz of Sioux Falls, S. D.,
spent last Sunday with his parents in
this "city.
On Thursday (he Orpheum theater
gave a benefit program for the Young
Women's Christian association sum
mer camp fund.
On Thursday Mrs. Virgil Smith en
tertained the Kensington club in
honor of Mrs. Walter Madden's birth
day. A birthday cake with sixteen
candles was used as a centerpiece on
the luncheon table. Those present
were Mesdames Dawson, Madden,
Cummins, E. Howe, Noe, Curtis,
Bratton, F. Howe.
Miss Claire Mason entertained the
children of the Garfield kindergarten
at an Easter egg. hunt on Friday
afternoon.
St. Martin's Boys' club met at the
rectory on Thursday evening for their
regular meeting.
. The King's Daughters were enter
tained at the Wheeler church on
Thursday. Mesdames Parsley and
Green were the hostesses.
Mrs. L. C. Banner will entertain
members of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union at a tea at her
home, 4012 South Twenty-sixth street,
Thursday afternoon.
The marriage of Miss Kate Roberts
and Charles M. Risely took place on
Saturday, March 24, at the home of
Mlie officiating pastor, Robert L.
.Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rob
; erts were the attendants. Mrs. Risely
is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E, H. Roberts, well known South Side
'." ..y, and is a graduate of the South
High school. She taught for some
time in the city schools. Mr. and
Mrs. Risely will make their home in
South Omaha.
On Wednesday occurred the mar
riage of Miss Ruby Baly and Mr.
Joseph Beisendorfer, Dr. R. L.
Wheeler performing the ceremony.
Miss Dorothy Baly and Oscar Beisen
dorfer were the only attendants. Mr.
aqd Mrs. Beisendorfer will make their
home in Omaha.
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Benson
; Sociat Circles
Mr. Ben Mortot. left last Sunday
for Paulina, Ia.i where he will spend
the summer. 1
Mrs. A. Bohnett left last week for
her home in Clarinda, la., after a visit
at the Howard home.
The Rebekah lodge gave the Odd
Fellows a surprise last Monday even
ing after its regular meeting, Dy nav-
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Douglas St.
Just "how different" will your
new Easter suit be?
We appreciate a woman's desire for style exclusiveness
in her Easter Suit. We have endeavored to combine this ex
clusiveness with the choicest of fabrics, most desirable col
ors and yet grant you broad assortments from which to
make selections.
-this week, a special exhibit of
exclusive suits, specially priced
Mostly "one of 8 kind" Suits, in Taffetas, Gabardines, Poiret
Twills, Serges, Poplins, Jerseys and Novelty Weaves. Dressy and sport
models, emphasizing the most favored style "Jrinks." All colors are rep
resented. We've priced them in keeping with this store's policy of
value leadership.
$35 - 39M 45 55
Hundreds of Other Excess Value Suits in Easter Sale, at
$2350 - 2850
Easter coats "exceptional"
Exceptional in style, in choiceness of fabrics and lowness of price. Rich
Silks and all favored Woolen Fabrics. Sport and dressy styles; evary
' color you might desire. Many are "one of a kind" Coats. Attractively
priced
25 -2950
Women's and Misses' Coats Over 300 new models just arrived in the
most popular shades apple green, gold, tan, navy, black, rose, etc.
Extraordinary values for Monday and balance of the week
$14.75, $17.50, $19.50
Showing daintiest blouses in broad assortments
- - Hundreds of New Blouses have arrived to augment our stocks for Easter Week. New
styles, new fabrics, new colors. We direct jour special attention to the style clever-
' ness embodied in our showing of blo"ies at
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APRIL BRIDE WHO WILL BE
MUCH FETED.
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DOROTHEA SX&lVSt
ing a banquet table spread in the
dining room. Toasts by Odd Fellows
and Rebekahs were given during the
dinner hour.
Mrs. B. B. Combs was hostess for
the Tri-City Birthday club last
Wednesday.
Mr. F. L. Boner returns home to
day from an extended stay in Paducah,
Ky., where the family expect to go
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Hajry Knudsen enter
tained at dinner on Sunday. Covers
were laid for six guests.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid so
ciety will meet at the church Wednes
day afternoon to elect officers.
Mrs. E. Barr left last week for her
home in Newport after a visit at the
Joseph Mason heme.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kennedy of
Laramie, Wyo., spent a few days last
week with the tatter's mother, Mrs.
William Butler.
Mrs. R. C. Lawson has returned
from a four months' stay in Rochester,
with the Mayo Bros.
Mrs. J. G. Phillips left on Saturday
for an extended stay with her rela
tives in Indianapolis, Ind.
The marriage of Miss Effie Mc
Guire and Mr. Fred Larsen has been
announced to take place April 17.
Mr. J. Neilsen of Omaha will ad
dress the Humane society at the city
hall next Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Probst entertained
at dinner last Sunday in honor of Mr.
Probst's birthday.
Mr. Wallace Merman, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Snell and Miss Helen Jorgen
son represented the Christian En
deavor at Fremont last week.
Mrs. K. Liljenstolpe entertained at
lunch last Sunday for six guests.
Miss Ada Stiger was tendered a sur
prise dinner Thursday by a number
of friends and in the evening by the
1 naitcrhters' club.
Mrs. E. Deane left on Thursday to
visit her sister- in Meckline.' o. v.
Mrs. A. Mimms will be hostess for
the Methodist Ladies' Aid society
next Wednesday.
Mrs. Hall was hostess for the Good
Times club at her home last Thurs-
Hav.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fox last week. Mrs. Fox
was formerly Miss Toby Steinberg.
Miss Hazel Kahler, who will be a
June bride, was given a towel shower
at her home Thursday evening. About
twelve guests were present.
Thomas Thompsen of Benson and
Miss Anna Meyers of Omaha were
married !as week.
Invitations are out for the wedding
of Miss Cora Jones and Bradford
-Hiles of Lincoln, which takes place
on April 11. .
Mrs. F. L. Bumpus entertained for
the Methodist church choir on Tues
-35 up to 65
$750 . $g75 . $io75 -
Orkin
day evening at her home. The color
scheme in decoration was pink and
white. An elaborate luncheon was
served to the guests, who were: Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Dickonsen, Mr. and
Mrs. E, J. Whistler, Mrs. W. Bur
ford, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Musk, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Moulthrop, Rev. and
Mrs. J. Calvert, Mrs. Sunnyland,
Mrs. W. E. Yarton, Misses Mildred
Titiel and Edith Calvert, Messrs.
Earl Davey, W. Wooster and Fred
Davey, Mrs. S. R. Butler and Mrs.
P. A. Legge.
Dundee
Society Notes
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Peters and
children returned from southern Cali
fornia.
The annual meeting and dinner of
the congregation of the Dundee Pres
bvterian church will be held Wednes-'
day evening, April 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer and small
son of Sioux City are the guests of
Mrs. A. H. Palmer.
Mrs. Marv Crosby is at present
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Young, in
Guide Kock, WeD.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dow, and
baby of Sioux City are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dow.
Miss Mary Johnston and Miss
Velista Presson returned Monday
from Fremont, where they spent sev
eral days, attending the annual state
Christian Endeavor convention.
Mrs. A. L. Blair has gone to Rait
Lake City for a two months' visit. Her
mother, Mrs. Wilson, is staying dur
iug that time with Mrs! Hathaway. .
Mrs. J. L. Burr and children of
Kansas City, who were called here by
the death of Mrs. Burr's father, Mr.
R. S. Parker, returned to her home,
accompanied by Mrs. Parker.
Miss Beatrice Walton came home
from Peru Normal school for the
Easter vacation.
A boy was bom last week to Mr.
and Mrs. H. K. Mansfield, 5010 Nich
olas street. N
. Mrs. M. V. Robins and her mother
left during the week for Battle Creek,
Mich.
William Rush enterained a few of
his friends at his home last Friday
evening.
Mrs. D. L. Johnston's Bible class
met Thursday morning with Mrs.
Hutchinson. It will meet this week
with Mrs. W. G. Willard, 4918 Chi
cago street.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanland of
Newman Grove, are returning to
Omaha to live. Mrs. Swanland was
formerly Miss Wilma Howard, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. Hedelund, who are on
their wedding trip, will be at home
after May 1, at 807 North Forty
ninth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dodds re
turned Wednesday from their winter's
sojourn in Texas.
Mrs. Woodruff, mother of Mrs.
Hubbard, has arrived to visit her
daughter.
Miss Margaret Ashford of Sioux
City, is the guest of Miss Alice Dual.
Beatrice Walton came home from
Peru Wednesday for a short visit. .
In honor of Beatrice Walton, Mrs.
A. C. Crossman entertained her Sun
day school class of young women at
her home Friday evening.
Mrs. Charles O'Neill Rich returned
Tuesday from Clarkson hospital,
where she underwent a slight opera,
tion.
Horence
Social Items
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wall and Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Price spent Sunday in
Blair. Neb.
Mrs. L. Drexel returned the first of
the week from a visit at their farm
- Arrangements are under way for
i birthday celebration in honor of
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Velma Janssen at the home of her
parents. Velma will have reached
her ninth birthday anniversary on
election day, April 3.
near Gretna, Neb., which is now
k lown as the Drexel weather sta
tion of the United States jovernment.
Mesdames A. B. Anderson, Butter,
Gabrielson, Golding, James Johnson,
Rivett and Webtr were guests at a
kensington given by Fontenelle chap
ter, Order of Eastern Star, in Omaha
on Thursday evening.
lulsie Parker. James Hrenneman,
Milton Nelson. Estel Cole and Doug
las Myeres spent Sunday at Blair vis
iting ti.i'nds and relatives.
1 he annual congregational meeting
and supper of the Florence Presby
terian church will be new at tnc
church on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Harriet Kenyon, assisted hy
the Misses Olmsted, will entertain
the members of the Missionary and
Aid societies of the Presbyterian
c'.urch at her home on Thursday
afternoon.
Mrs. Frtnk Schopp entertained Sat
urday afternoon in honor of her son,
Jack's, birthday. Master Jack was
4 years old and with his ; oung friends
enjoyed the afternoon to the fullest.
Juvenile games were played by the
youn . folks and a dainty luncheon
strved. The decorations were yellow
and white.
The Rev. R. F. Cardy of Flandreau,
S. D., a former pastor here, was the
guest of Rev. J. B. Butter Monday.
I he members ot the social len
circle were entertained by Mrs. R. H.
Olmsted on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. rrank Brown was hostess to
the G. O. P. circle of the Florence
Presbyterian church at her home on
Wednesday afternoon.
Ihe orchestra ot the boutli side
High sciiool gave a concert, under
the direction of F. R. VosaLik, at the
House of Hope Wednesday. Most of
the selections were songs of forty or
fifty years ago.
Mr. Albert I ibke. who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tietz, visited relatives at Coffman
Tuesday. He will return to his home
at Elgin, S. D., the first of the week.
Miss Eve Hender, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hender, and Mr. Rob
ert Powell of Fort Calhoun were
married by the Rev. James Butter
at his home on Wednesday evening.
They were attended by Mclnley A.
David of Blair and Miss Llara Wil
liams of Florence. A large reception
was 'held at the home of the bride's
parents after the ceremony. The
young people will make their home
at Fort Calhoun.
The eiehth grade of Hie Florence.
school, which has p. membership of
FILMS
Developed Free
When Prints are Ordered.
Prints, 3c, 4c and 5c Each
24-Hour Service
GUARANTEED WORK
The continuous growth
of our business during the
past five years has been so
great that we had to move
into larger quarters
quarters that are ten times
larger than our original
floor space.
Our new location is now
the largest and best
equipped Shop in Omaha
devoted exclusively to the
needs of the Amateur Pho
tographer. It is our aim to continue
and improve if possible
the excellent service that
has caused our rapid
growth.
(Mail Orders Filled)
The
Photo Craft
Shop
(Formerly 416 Be BM(.)
Moved to
1408 Farnam St.
Second Floor.
Beautiful Cut Class Pattern
Pitcher 6 Glasses
and
Mirror Plateau
Regular .Price, f 13.75. Special
This Week
$7.75
As there are only a limited num
ber of lets we atlc you to coma
early. '
BRODEGAARD
BROS. CO.
16th and Douflaa Sti.
thirty pupils, has elected the follow
ing officers: Waldron Golding, presi
dent; Luranna Lewis, vice president;
Lyell Royster, secretar, , Stanley
HanSen, treasurer, and Henry Roth,
sergeant-at-arms. The colors selected
wen old rose and green.
Mrs. V. B. Parks left Wednesday
for Lincoln.
What is Going On
In Eociety Circles
(ContinuM from Pair Two)
St. Paul today to arrange for a se
ries of lectures to be given there by
Mrs. Anthony Merrill.
Mrs. E. 11. Sprague has been in the
hospital for two or three day's hav
ing her tonsils removed. She ex
pects to be able to move from the
lllackstoue to their summer home at
Benson early this week.
Elmer Kedick returned Wednesday
from two weeks in New York.
Miss Katherine New-branch is one
of six girls who will give an esthetic
Egyptian ballet dance in the Kosmrt
Klub play. "The Diplomat," which
will be given in Lincoln, April l.i.
Miss Kegina Tauchen, who has been
ill at Ford's hospital, will probably
be able to return home for Easter.
Mr. Robert Morsman returned
Thursday and Mr. Edgar Morsman,
jr., will probably return today from
California, where they were called
Like Submarines
Prices "Go Down"
Parisian Cloak Co.'t Cifantic Clot
ing -Out Sale Shares With War
Preparations the Mind
of the Public. "
VALUES ASTOUND WOMEN
News of Genuineness of Values
Spreads Broadcast Women
Rushing to the Parisian to
Purchase Spring Attire
' it K, H and H Off.
SELECTIONS STILL GOOD
It doesn't take long for news to
travel, especially so when the news
refers to an immense saving on all
the outer irarments a woman will
need during a glorious spring
season.
About the "greatest speeded"
notud frnm lin to lio
between Omaha women has been
the news of the remarKaDie -ciose-out"
sale of The Parisian CloakT
Co. at 318-820 South Sixteenth
street. The Parisian, as you know,
is soon to be without a home, be
cause of the early tearing down of
the building that houses their
establishment. "The Wreckers are
Coming" means that the brawny
knights of the pick, shovel and ax
will soon level the entire Parisian
property to the ground to make
room for a new and larger struc
ture which is to be reared upon
the same spot.
The Parisian, therefore, is to
close out its business. The word
went forth from managers' lips to
"Cut, cut," to "lower the prices,"
so as to sell every article of wear
ing apparel in the house at one
fourth, one-third and one-half off.
This, of course, applied only to
new spring goods, for The Parisian
hasn't a half dozen pieces of the
past season's stock remaining.
Now, then, if you want to secure
a bargain that will dwell in your
mind for years to come, be here
Monday morning, for some of the
greatest values of the sale will be
offered then. "Tis true gigantic
inroads have been made on this
stock; and thousands of garments
have already been sold, but thre
still remains s very creditable
showing of Suits, Dresses, Coats,
Skirts, Petticoats, etc., for The
Parisian stock in the first place
was tremendously large quite the
largest of its kind in Omaha.
Several shipments have arrived
within the past few days, goods
upon which the New York makers
would not accept countermands,
and these garments, coming as
they do at the last moment, just
after The Parisian received orders
to "get out," must be disposed of
just as quickly and as earnestly
as the regular stock, and at the
same reductions.
Remember, 318-320 South Six-
Parisian Cloak Co., is at present
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Omaha women, who desire all that
is good and stylish in wearables
at really trifling prices.
And, bear in mind, absolutely
without a grain of disbelief, "The
Wreckers arc Coming."
403 South 16th Street.
FBajlb
r SANATOBlOliJ
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and rendering it possible to
classify cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted; the other Rest Cot
tage being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
cial nursing. -
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by the illness of Mr. Edgar Morsman,
sr. Mr. Morsman and his niece, Miss
Mable Harper, will remain west.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mills will cele
brate their fifty-fifth wedding anniver
sary Monday at their home. They
were married at Creston, la., April 1,
1862.
Mrs. Hugh T. Cutler returned
Thursday from Chicago, where she
visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J.
Mandelberg, for six weeks.
Betrothal Announcements.
Mr. and Mrs. Peder A. Skriver an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Dorothea, to Dr. W. Ros
coe Thomas, the wedding to take
place April 26. Miss Skriver is a
graduate of Central High, school and
during her senior year she was as
sistant editor of the High School
Register. Dr. Thomas is a graduate
of the Nebraska Military academy
and of Creighton university and is a
member of Delta Sigma Delta frater
nity. He is building a home for his
bride on Fontenelle boulevard. The
attendants for the wedding will be
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cockrell and
Miss Helen Clifton, cousin of the
bridegroom, as maid of honor. Little
Misses Maud Budgelt and Johanne
Skriver will be the ribbon stretchers.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGuire of
Benson announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Effie Jo
sephine, to Mr. Charles Larsen at St.
Bernard's church in April.
Make the Selection of Your
Easter Outfit
At the Store of Lower Prices
You can clothe the entirely family at this store and
put it all on one bill, and our easy plan of a dollar or
so a week is a wonderful help to you. You are cor
dially invited to visit our store and compare our cloth
ing and prices."
id colors.
us to secure
ing. Prices
range from. .
ing. Prices
$1
Or ao a week will dress you
well and at Lower Prices
Beautiful
Charming styles in all the late shapes, trimmed with
ribbons and flowers. For Monday's selling we
offer a special purchase of beautiful trimmed hats
worth to $10 at the very
price of.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
Ladies' Petticoats Ladies' Genuine Onyx Ladies' Shoes, In
,, cn .... Silk Hose values 60c to ' the latest shapes,
f ... o -6 at 2ge
The People's Store.
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Br VALEflRA SURATT.
YOU know ' what the ' poet naM,
"I waitrd tlm. anrl now doth
time waste me" Thouianda of
my alfltera have wasted time, uncon- .
fji'toual)', of course, trying to do
things which rould be easily accom
plished, hut fulling because of th
wronr ' methoda employed. First of
nil, tlma and neglect art two great
rtostroyera of hair beauty. But time
can be dffind by wise action. If you
will quit using so many of the ao
cnllpd tialr restorers, which take a
"dog's age" to produce any results
at all, and go straight at the proper,
simple and nover-falllng method of
forcing hair to .grow you will And
In a few days a most remarkable
ehsrtRe. You can make your hair
grow long, silky and beautiful,
stop It from fslllng make It queen
ly, exceptional. Make up a mixture
ot one. ounce of beta-qulnol, and
half a pint each of water and al
cohol, or Instead of the water and al
cohol, a full pint of bay rum. This
makes what I call my little hair
marvel. It la also much cheaper
than any of the useless hair treatment-,
and well, just use It and
joUr'H b one of the most surprised
women who ever looked in a mirror.-
MISS OLEANDER Certainly, your
skin will respond to treatment Just
the aume as that of anybody else,
provided you uso the right materials.
I am giving you a secret here which
I might say has meant a fortune to
many a friend. It has the wonder
ful power of making the akin plump
and youthful. Wrinkles are there
fore bound to go. It makes the akin
vigorous and freah. You will pos
itively got the same results as any
one else has. Try it and you will see.
Ml th yourself. Get two ounces
of eptol at the drug store. To this
add one tahlespoonfu of glycerine
and half a pint of water. This makes
the cream. Use it very freely every
day and I'll warrant your frlenda
will quickly aee the change in yoa.
BORE For that awful perspira
tion in the arm pits, aprtnkle the
latter with hydroltaed tale. Relief
will be Immediate, and all ebjectlon
able odor, too, will be at once re
moved. It wlli save your gowns.
MRS. O. O. B, That waa a long
list of failures you gave me, but
you remember I told you you were
wasting your time with the prepared
creams. Now do as I telt you, atart
today and your oext letter will feed
HOW TO JUDGE A WOMAN
BY HER HAIR
There is real common sense in just
noticing whether the hair is well kept
to judge of a woman's neatness, or
good taste. If you are one of the few
who try to make the most of your
hair, remember that it is not advis
able to wash the hair with any
cleanser made for all purposes, but
always use some good preparation
made expressly for shampooing. You
can enjoy the very best by getting
some canthrox from your druggist,
dissolve a teaapoonful In a cup of hot
water. This makes a full cup of sham
poo liquid, enough so it is easy to ap
ply it to all the hair instead of just
the top of the head. Dandruff, excess
oil and dirt are dissolved and entire
ly disappear. Your hair will be so
fluffy that it will lookmuch heavier
than it is. Its lustre and softness will
also delight you, while xhe stimulat
ed scalp gains the health which in
sures hair growth. Advertisement.
Try Our
25c Plate Dinner 25c
AUDITORIUM CAFE
. 1510 Howard
Splendid Values in Ladies' Suits
Beautiful Suits for Easter, from the leading
manufacturers in silk, poplin and serges in a
large range of styles and in ajl the new shades
Placing our orders eariy enaoiea
these suits at a considerable sav
tlCAA 49 Sfl
rwew to f
I Coats for Easter
A large variety to select from in gold, apple
green, mustard, navy and black, at a con-
"Cttr. .$7.50 ,.$39.50
Easter Hats
low
$7.50
inJ 39e $4M 0 $,250
"Not a Miracle, But a Fact-.
Anyone Can Do It, aa Well
ai Beautify Themselvei Su
premely in a Few Days,"
Sayi Valetka Suratt of
Stage Beauty Fame.
fiuite differently. Alt blemishes,
rsd spots, freckles and "muddi
ness" will entirely vanish. I can
assure you of that Mil together
an ounce of stntone and two
tablespoonfuls of glycerine In
one pint of water, making a
cream. Apply this generously
every day. rub It In well. It la
uperb In lta results on the
complexion.
PEPPER BPOTB O. that la the
easiest thing you can Imagine.
Blackheads can be removed in a
fw minutes and if you doubt
tt, just get some neroxin at the drug
store, sprinkle aome of It on a wet
sponge end rub It on the blackheads.
Then look In the mirror and try to
see them they'll be gone.
.
MIES J. D. Just lay -that appli
ance aside If you don't' want to In
jure the bust beyond hope of rem
edy. If there is anything that will
develop the bust It la this safe for
mula, though of course nuccess can
never be positively assured In every
rase. Two ounces of ruetone and
half a cup of sugar are dissolved In
half a pint of water, and of this
two teaspoon fu Is should be taken .
after each meal and before retiring.
BYE-BABY Thers are always
scales and fatty accumulations on
the scalp which soap, even with
scrubbing, cannot remove. The way
to do it la to dissolve away these ac
cumulations. Eggol does this almost
in a magic way and leaves the scalp
and hair In a most glorious condi
tion of absolute cleanliness. As a
head-wash It cannot be excelled. Use
a teaapoonful of tt In half a cup of
water. You can get enough for
twenty -five cents to last for over a
dosen shampoos.
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MRS. T. O'R. We've all had the
same experience. Ordinary face
powders sold will not stay on ex
cept in spots sometimes. That's why
1 had my own face powder made up,
finer in texture than anything yet
produced. It is free from that an
noying chalklness, and Is sold aa
"VaTcska Suratt Face Powder" at
drug stores, in white, flesh and bru
nette tints, for fifty cents,
MISS RUBBLES Your druggist
should certainly have tt. But'- If you
can't get the beta-eulnol for mak
ing my hair formula, send the price,
fifty cents, to "Secretary to Valeaka
Suratt, Thompson BIdg., Chicago,"
and It will be sent to you at once.
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DIMPLES Well, 1 admit dimples
do not go well with superfluous hair
on the face. Ever hear of dissolvmc
away these hatrsT The only thing I
know that does this, instead of
"burning" off the hairs, Is to moisten
them with aulfo solution. Your drug
gist win supply you. X don't care
where you apply It, It wilt always
work, never leave s red spot. The
kin wilt be left soft and smooth. Adv,
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