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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 27, 1917,
is Going Ou
in Society Circles
K.nllnned from Po One
Mrs. Howell remained in Washington
with her mother, Mrs. Chase, but goes,
next neck to New York for a week or
Douglas T'elcrs ami T'aul Shirley
leave this week for Worland, Wyo.,
where they will spend the summer on
the M. .'. Peters ranch.
Mr. C. C. George and Mrs. L. K
Crotoot are spending the week-end
witK Mr. and Mrs. George X. Peek at
f. A r: njtnErtti anil hfr Kilter.
.MIS. 1. VJ. ,vvav ......
Mrs. Greene of Lincoln, leave today
for Boston, New York and Washing
ton, to he gone unui juiy.
l lc,,h UaMritfe ffoes east
day to ftockland, Me., for the summer
at her lathers uaiace, v.imoru
Lodee." Mr. Baldrige will join
Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson and Mi
Tv 'jlh..rino I rfiirili it'll Mnent tllC WC
at their former home, Washington,
la. Mr. Johnson is west on busi
M!. H.trn (zr,e unt in ("hi
cacjo last week to visit for several
Mrs. Reba Morgan returned Wed
nesday from Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Megeath are
in Waukesha, Wis., where they will
remain for about two weeks.
Mn. Arthur Keeline plans to go
out to the Keeline ranch in Wyoming
the first week in June.
What Society Hat In Prospect.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Peters will en
tertain at dinner at the Country club
Decoration day (or Mr. and Mrs.
The annual Field day for Brownell
Hall pupils will be held Tuesday at
.1 o'clock at the hall. The eventi will
include running broad jump, running
high jump, atanding broad jump, fifty
yard dash shot-put, relay races,
three-legged races, sack and potato
races In case of rain the meet will
be held Thursday at the same time.
Miss Isabel Milroy will entertain
the New B.idge Luncheon club Mon
Mrs. Hirry Driscoll will entertain
seventy-live guests at a linen shower
at her home June 2 in honor of
Miss Avonell Stickley, who is to be
a hride of lune 6.
Miss Freda Haas will entertain
members of the senior class of Brown
ell Hall at the Strand next Saturday.
Miss Emilv Burke will have the party
at her home at tea following the
Philadelphia newspapers carry ac
counts of the marriage this month of
Miss Margaret Ethel Duncan, known
to many Omahans by her frequent
visits with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Mc
Creary, to Mr. John J, Ferreck, finan
cier of that city. The bride's mother
was Miss Margaret Willtt of Omaha.
Her .father was the late Alfred E.
Duncan. The ceremony took place in
the Church of Our. Lady of Lourdes,
Mr. Ferreck haa extensive interests
throughout the country and is the
founder of the Catholic laymen's re
treat at the Seminary of St. Charles
Borromeo, Overbrook. He also is
prominently identified with the Cath
olic theater movement.
The pair were married at a nuptial
mass by Rev. James A. Mullin. Mon
signor Drumgoole, rector of St.
Charles seminary, at Overbrook, as
sisted on the altar. H. Eugene Heine,
a member of the Philadelphia bar, was
best man, Ad Mist Alfreda Duncan, a
sister of the bride, was maid of honor,
A marriage which has been several
time runored and several times
timet denied took place in St. Jo
seph,, Mo., Saturday evening when
Mist Cecilia Rhodes and Mr. Hal
leck McCord Brady were united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Ben
jamin Miles. Mr. Brady't parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, of thit
city, hit sister, Mrs. Thomas Latham
Davit, and Mr. Davit, and his cousin,
Mrs. G. A. Meyer, and Mr. Meyer
went to St. Joseph for the ceremony,
which was performed In the presence
of only the immediate relatives.
Mr. Brady has made his hme in
St Joseph for the last year. He came
to Omaha recently for a short visit
before going to the officers reserve
training ctmp at Fort Riley, Kan, He
was given leave of absence for a few
days,' which time he will spend In
Kansas City with hit bride. The new
Mrs. BraJy visited here recently,
Notet at Random.
' John D. Creighton, who has been
in Kentucky for several months, re
Howard Baldrige returned Friday
from Washington, where he was
called for a special meeting of the
legal committee of the American Bar
association. He spent last Sunday at
Fort Snelling with his son, Malcolm.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Summers leave
today for Boston, where Mr. Sum
mers will attend the Surgical society
convention and afterwards will go
o New York for the American Medi
cal association meeting. They will
tlso visit Washington and the Red
Cross headquarters before coming
Mrs. Clement Chase returned
Thursday from St. Toseph. Mo., where
lhe tpent several days with Mr. Chase.
who went to attend tne oanKers
Mrs. Royal D. Miller returned
Wednesday evening from Mason City,
la. She lett Friday evening, accom
panied by her husband and sons, for
a weeK-en'i -visit, in ues jwoines.
Mist Elizabeth B. Keloin is leav
ing the city for an. indefinite stay in
Mr. William A. Watson is visiting
lis daughter Mrs. Henry Van Dahl
nrotite to his home in Brooklyn,
N. Y.. from California.
Miss Ovilla Squires leaves today
lor Kansas City lor a tew days visit.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage last Thursday evening at Trinity
cathedral of Miss Teresa Goodwin
and Mr. George L. Campen. Dean
fames A. Tancock performed the
ceremony at 8 o'clock in the presence
of only immediate relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Campen left immediately for a
western wedding trip. They will be
at home in Omaha after two weeks.
A quiet wedding was solemnized
Saturday afternoon at the home of
the bride when Mist Nina Petheram,
daughter of Mr. and Richard Pethe
.. nniiid in marriaarc with Mr.
Guests of Mr. and
Ti - J.
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V' it' '' ' t J
TTJiS WCSOff AUSTW AJfD
Charles W. Stanbrough formerly of
Carthage, Mo., now of Omaha. The
Rev. C, E. Cohbey performed the
ceremony, at which only immediate
relatives were present. Mr. and Mrt.
Stanbrough will be at home after
July 1 in Omaha.
On Friday evening a pretty home
wedding took place at the residence
of Mrs. Charles Sumner Fetch, when
her daughter, Miss Katherine Van
Hagan became the bride of Mr. Thor
wald Buel Peterson. Dr. Alonzo Al
vin DeLarme of the First Baptist
church performed the double ring
ceremony -in the presence of the
bride's immediate family and Judge
and Mrs. Peterson of Auburn, Neb.,
parents of the groom. A wedding din
ner followed. Mr. ana Mrs. x. it.
Peterson will reside in Omaha.
Mrs. J. Eisen and Miss C. Lehman
entertained at a miscellaneous shower
in honor of Miss Sarah Zisslin, who
it to be married to Max Weisman of
Aurora, III., June i. Twenty couples
were present. Prizes were won by
Mr. J. KesnicK ana Mr. 5. ukun.
A number of friends and relatives
surprised Miss Betty Hansen at a
shower Wednesday evening. Those
Brna Hetieen. Mill! Hansen,
0, C. Jaoobeen,
O. J, Newman,
Fair Graduates' Luncheon.
St. John's High school junion will
entertain the seniors at luncheon
Monday at the school. Mist Helen
Foley wilt be toastmistress. Red,
white and blue, which the graduating
class chose for its colors, and a
basket of tweet peat will form the
decorattont. commencement It June
11. Coven at the luncheon will be
Gertrude MoIJermott, Helen Idivelle,
Katherine Murphy, Asnee Morton,
Affair of Last Week.
Mrs. Luther Drake was the guest
of honor at a luncheon Wednesday
Siven by Mrs. Charlea G. George at
er home. Covert were laid for
Mesdamet Drake, Edgar Mortman,
L. F. Crofoot, Arthur Rogert. Os
good, Eastman, A, L. Reed, Frank T.
Hamilton, F. A. Nash, Arthur C.
Smith( Harry Burkley and Mist Jes
Mitt Blanche Burke of Portland.
Ore., who is the guest of her aunt,
Mrt. John A. Mcshane, was enter
tained at luncheon Wednesday at the
Fontenelle by Mrt. E. S. Westbrook
with Mrs. S. S. Caldwell, Mrs. W. D.
Hosford and Miss Frtncet Wet-
The Delta Zeta sorority met Satur.
day afternoon with Miss Julia Linn.
Twelve membert were present.
Misa Bernice Wheeler left last
Wednesday to spend some time visit
ing in Coin, la,
Messrs. Clarence and Fred Stearns
are at home, the former from the
University of Nebraska, for the sum
mer, and the latter for a visit from
Harvard before taking a six montnt
Mrs. Georse Iradale entertained at
dinner on Wednesday for Rev. J. C.
Wilson of Raymond, Neb.
Miss Bernice Dunn has arrived
home from Bancroft, Neb., to spend
the summer at the home of her par
ents in Bensonhurst.
Mrs. H. Johnson was hostess for
the Jolly Times club at her home
last Monday afternoon.
Mrs. L. Kusk ot Belle flame, la.,
is visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. H. . Stahl.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stafford have
teturned from their southern trip
and will reside in their home in the
south part of town.
Mr. George Iradale returned home
Monday from Denver, where he was
called by the illness of his mother,
who underwent an operation, but is
now improving slowly.
Mrs. Frank Pence went to Clarks,
Neb., last Wednesday for a few days'
visit. She returned on Saturday, ac
companied by Miss Madeline Horton,
who will spent the summer vacation
Mrs. Ed Janke left last week for
Pittsburgh, Pa., where she will spend
a month visiting her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Amish enter
tained at dinner today in honor of
Mrs. Amtshs ' birthday. Covers were
hid for four guests.
The high school baccalaureate serv
ice will be held this evening at the
Methodist church at 8 o'clock. The
sermon will be preached by Rev. A. J.
McClung of the Presbyterian church.
A number of affairs are being given
in honor of Miss Betty Hansen, who
will be a June, bride. Last Monday
evening Mist Ethel Printz gave a
shower and othert will be given next
Mrt. J. T. Hough has gone to spend
the summer in Cedar Rapids, la.
Mrs. S. D. Butler leaves on Mon
Mrs. C. F. McGrew
day for a couple of weeks' visit in
Mrs. W. E. Lamb of Chicago is vis-'
iting her sister, Mrs. N. H. Tyson.
Mrs. E. J. Whistler was hostess on
Wednesday for the Women's F'oreign
A Decoration day program will be
given next Tuesday in the Rose Hill
Mrs. George Comstock entertained
at a shower in honor of Miss Esther
Larsen, who will be a June bride.
Miss Bessie Bedell spent the week
end last week with relatives in Peru.
The eighth grade will hold its com
mencement on Wednesday and the
seniors will hold theirs on Thursday
evening of next week in the Metho
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hansen have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Betty to Mr. Charles
Benner of Madison, Wis. The wed
ding will take place in June.
An ice cream social and program
will be given at the city hall on next
Friday evening by the mothers' de
partment of the Women's Christian
Temperance union. Both Omaha and
Benson mayors will take part in the
The election and meeting of the
Woman's club was postponed to next
Thursday afternoon at the city hall.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Huntington of
Rutherford N. J., tpent a few days last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Hodder.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pflug entertained
at dinner last Sunday in honor of Mr.
and Mrt. E. C. Leaders of Minden, la.
Mrt. F. L. Bumpus haa been con
fined to her home the last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Markey are
spending the week at Keokuk, la.
Raymond Sullivan, ton of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Sullivan, has enlisted in
the navy and has gone to Atlanta, Ga.,
Mrs. Mathew Hamil and Mrs. John
Shepherd of Colby, Kan., have been
guests at the P. A. Barrett home this
week. Mrs. Barrett accompanied
them to Shenadjah, la., where they
wilt vi.sjt for tome time.
A daughter arrived at the home
of Mr, and Mrt. Bert Miner last
The ladies' aid of the South Side
Congregational church will meet at
the church on Thursday. Mesdames
IT'S DOLLAR WEEK
Come to Brodegaard'sj
Many Choice Item Are Offered
Select Your Wedding or Graduation Gift N
Here Are a Few of the
10-lneh out-Iaii Bud Vase,
beautiful dealt n. T h I e
Cut-alaea Comport, elt
inchea high, v e r r nifty.
Thle week SI 00
Cut-jleu Milk Pitcher or
Berry Bowl. Thla week
for 1 .00
Verjr heavy Sterling eiWer
Souvenir Spoon. Thin
Sterling Silver Cheese
Knife, nifty design. This
Sterling Silver Cold Meat
Fork. T h i e week for
Silver-filled Belt and
Buckle. Thla week,
SOLID OOLD FRONT BROOCHES,
at TUP cirN C0ME EARLY WHILE THE SELECTION IS
ATS Donr.rr.A Aon
' I HWiVllV lflT.llV JLA w.
CROWN I8,h ni Doutlae Straeta.
Thompson and Isle will be host
esses. Memorial day services will be held
today at 11 o clock at Trinity Bap
tist church. Rev. Holler will deliver
Adah chapter, Order of the East
ern Star, met Saturday evening at the
Masonic hall. Past matrons were the
guests of honor.
Mrs. Henry Murphy entertained the
New Century club this week. Mrs.
L. Strawhecker will be the next
Mrs. Albert Noe, jr., entertained the
Thursday Kensington club. Mrs.
Branch Curtiss will entertain two
Mrs. S. Nevins, assisted by Mrs. A.
Kervalis, entertained in honor of Mrs.
D. White on Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Nevins. Following a 1
o'clock luncheon the afternoon was
spent with fancy work. About fifteen
guests were present.
Friday evening Miss Georglanna
Davis and Miss Helen Root enter
tained at a musicale at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Root.
Mrs. L. E. Knight it reported ill.
Miss Katherine Heafey, assisted by
Miss Rose Hannon, entertained the
Kegina club Thursday evening.
The Regina club will give a May
dance Monday evening at Rushing's
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stryker and
Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Cressey enter
tained at the Stryker heme Thursday
evening in honor of Hiss Jean Lee
and Robert Bishop, whose wedding
wilt take place in June. Decorations
were in yellow and white. Yellow
rose and daffodils were used through
out the rooms. The evening was
spent with games and music, About
forty guests were present.
The Misse Mae, Anne and Claire
Dworak entertained Friday evening at
an apron shower in honor of Miss
Margaret Parks. The evening was
spent playing whist. Decorations
were in American flags.
Mrs. Arthur Daly will entertain at
a breakfast Tuesday in honor of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lapidus will
be at home today in honor of their
daughter, Estella, whose confirmation
takes place this morning.
Mrs. Harry Driscol will entertain
Saturday afternoon at a linen shower
in honor of Miss Avonell Stickly,
who will be a June bride.
Miss Anna Backus and David Flem
ming were married Monday at St.
Agnet church by Father O'Herne,
Mist Margaret Hemming and Mr.
Frank Mallaley were the attendanti.
Mr. and Mrt. Flemming will make
their home at 1224 Polk ttreet.
Persistent Advertising it the Road
"GOING AWAY HATS
We feel certain that June
Brides will find In our ttockt
just the right hats to wear on
their honeymoon. In select
ing your traveling outfit be
ure to examine our offer
ings before buying your hat
Our prices, too, will prove
F. M. SCHADELL & CO.
1522 DOUGLAS ST.
Great Variety of Articles We Are Offering
Cut-lleea Jellr Dieh, 7-
Inch, beautiful cut. Thla
week 1 00
l-lneh e t-t 1 a Bowl,
beautiful deeiin. This week,
Cut-rjeie Bnttor Diet, T
inrhea wide, new and niftr.
Thla week SI -00
Cut-tlaal Sfajrennatst Bowl,
tray, apoon and bowl Thle
One S-ineh eut-flaee Nappr,
with or without handle,
sunburst deaitn. This week
for SI. 00
Cut-tlaaa Fruit Bowl, on
foot. 6 ini. hlih, 9tt Ina.
wide. Thla week 1.00
Sterlloc ellver Napkin
Ring, swell design. This
Sterling tllver T 0 m a to
Server. This week for
only SI. 00
Cold-filled Vest Chain. This
ireek It. 00
Sterling silver Plokle Fork..
Robert Fulton pattern.
This week 11.00
Sterling silver Ollva Spoon
and Spear. Thla week
Gold-filled Knife, I blades.
This week 11.00
Hamilton Belt Chain. Thla
Lingerie Pins, swell pat
terns. This week for
SOLID GOLD-FILLED LAVALLIKRE3, MAN HAND
SOME DESIGNS. THIS WEEK '-0
OPENS HOME FOR CHURCH
MffS. W. W. HOAGLAND
Campaign for Bananas
Being Inaugurated Here
Local fruit commission men arc
inaugurating a campaign to induce
people to eat more bananas. They are
out with circulars in which they prove
that by eating bananas, a decided
crimp can be put into the high cost of
The fruit men point to the fact that
bananas are in market all the year
and that prices are comparatively low,
they not having gone soaring along
witn otner toodstuns. However, wnat
they claim for the banana is that its
food value is right along side of beef,
it carrying 460 calories per pound,
wheteas, in a sound of the best beef
there are but 1,300 calories.
In support of the argument in favor
of eating bananas instead of meat, jt is
held that the former can be bought
for 5 to 6 cents per pound, whereas,
the latter costs 28 to 45 cents per
Mrs. Overbav Files Suit
For Divorce Cruelty
Margaret Overbay. whose husband,
Leslie Overbav. recently brought suit
in district court against James Rus
sell, said t be a wealthy Iowa cattle
man, alleging that he alienated Ins
wife'l affections, hat filed a divorce
She alleges cruelty. They were
Pair eut-tlaes 8utrar and
Creamer. Clover bloeeom
deeiin. This week.... SI. 00
Gut-flees Celery Dish, nif
tr deelf a. This week
for SI M
Out-glass Bouquet Vase, S
Inches high. This week
Sterlini silver Sugar
Tonga. Thle week
Sterling silver Mustard
Spoon. This week for
G o 1 d-filled W a 1 d e m a r
Chain, large assortment.
Thle week tl-00
Solid fold Signet Searf
Pine, IS to IS value. This
COMPLETE jjp THE
M I i
married at Council Bluffs, la., March
The alienation suit is pending in
district court Overbay alleges that
while he was in a hospital recovering
from injur.es suffered in a taxicab
crash, Russell made love to his wile.
By the use ot modern
sanitarium methods, In
cluding the Vlctor-Ber-gonle
soidal currents and
Carlabad Electric Light
Baths, this Institution
Is obtaining rery grati
For patients conval
escing from sickness,
for men and women
who desire increased
health and efficiency, a
course of treatment as
given at this sanitarium
will be most helpful.
Miss Gertrude Gilpin,
graduate of the Battle
Creek Sanitarium, it In
charge of the Ladles'
Write or call for full
CR H, A. WAGGENER
410-118 Brandels Bldg.
Phone Douglas SU9.
GOINC. GOING-!! GONE!!!
HERPICIDE Will SAVE ft HERPICIDE Will SAVE IT TOO IA1 E f OR HERP1CIDC
SAVE YOUR HAIR WHILE
YOU HAVE HAIR TO SAVE
An early appreciation of the value of good hair and
the intelligent use of Newbro's Herpicide will save many
regrets and the discomforts of total baldness.
Hair loss in most cases is due to dandruff. Herpicide eradicates
Jhls hair destroying contagion and prevents the hair from coming out.
The use of this most popular scalp prophylactic is quickly ap
parent in the increased life, luster and luxuriance of the hair. The
results sometimes are almost marvelous, as is testified by the expe
rience Of thousands. ' .ie.ee
Herpicide has a most exquisite, dainty odor which is always as
sociated with a system of complete personal cleanliness. The odor
appeals to those of the greatest refinement
Herpicide stops itching of the scalp almost instantly. It is a
most delightful hair dressing. ,
Send 10c for trial bottle and booklet Guaranteed by The Herpi
cide Co., Dept. 153B, Detroit, Mich.
Sold Everywhere Application at the better barber shops.
rwnii imr VrImIu Suratt
ONE lady, in partieulir, of my acauatnt
anc constantly Buffered the anibarraii-
mnt of having a thick growth of
'down" all over her face. Whenever aht wai
to remove theie hairs she wai compelled to
remain Indoor a couple of dajri, refuting
to lea anyone, because of the terrible red
neia and aoreness of her face caused by
using the usual "removers" Bold for the
purpose. Her face was a sight, red as a
lobster, shiny and painful after each appli
cation. I told her it was all unnecessary, and
suggested she try my way. Next time, she
did. The hairs from the entire face were re
moved In just a few minutes, and her akin
was as smooth and pearly afterward as a rose
ptal. The application simply dissolved away
the haira Instead of "burning" them off.
Yon can do the same. Simply set some sulfo
solution from your druggist and moisten the
hairs with It. That's all Every hsir will
vanish. It can be used even on the tenderest
skin and It never fails.
MISS YEARS On the contrary, removing
wrinkles Is easy, very easy, astonishingly
easy.' And it takes but two or three minutes
a day and a few cents' expense. That you
can do it surely and positively will be
proven to you absolutely in your mirror in
a few days. I dare say, nothing has aver
been known to produce such results as by
the formula which I give you here. From
your druggist get two ounces of eptol and
mix with one tablespoonful of glycerine in
half a pint of water. Mix thoroughly. The
cream that results should be used very
liberally and every day. Quickly you will
notict the little wrinkles, deep wrinkles,
crows' feet and heavy lines giving way be
fore an ever increasing plumpness of the
kin and years seem literally to be taken
from the face.
MRS. R. 0. Soap Is alright for any part
of the body except the scalp and hair. That's
because there'a mora to remove from the
scalp than mere dirt. There are fatty scales
that form which soap is not made to remove.
Besides, soap and ordinary shampoos con
tain alkali which dries up hair secretions.
There'a one thing, and only one, which af
fectively removes the fatty accumulations
on the ecalp, and lets the hair "breathe,"
and that is eggol. A teaspoonful of eggol
(n a half eup of water makes a superb sham
poo and acalp cteanser. It cannot be excelled.
Twelve or more shampoos can be obtained
from twenty-five cent package of eggol
secured from the drug store.
rlADt FIOH THE H10HLST CBADE DURUM WHEAT
COOKS III ft MINUTES, COOK BOOK FREE
SKIHHERHFC.CO OMAHA. US A.
UqtW M&c&TQffi TaAary in flmcricty
! BROWN PARK :
1 MINERAL :
SPRING BATHS j
i will do wonderi toward building; sj
a up your health. They will relieve
you of that "tired out" spring .
I Ask the man or woman
- who haa tried tham.
25tk and 0 Ste., South Side ?
Phone South 879. "
Dr. John A. Niemann I
Osteopathic Phyalctan la Chart. T
"A Curious and RamarkabU
Result Without the, Usual
'Burning' Usually Expari
enced," Says Valeska Suratt,
tho Fashion Beauty of th
DISGUSTED Don't be discouraged. It's
terrible to go about for years with black
heads, as you have. But listen, yon ean get
rid of them in a few moments think of it
by sprinkling some neroxin on a wet
sponge, then rubbing the blackheads with it.
You will marvel at tho result. So cheer up I
MISS MUDDY The most wonderful re
suit that anybody can Imagine in beautifying
the skin is produced by the following ex
tremely simple formula. Even on bad com
plexions, such as yon say yon have, I have
seen changes almost miraculous in only a
few days. You cannot fail to make your skin
absolutely spotless and lily-pure, by tha lib
eral application of a cream, made at home,
by using two tablespoonfuls of glycerin, and
one ounce of sintone In a pint of water. Get
the tintone at any drug store. You will
neither want nor need any other beautify
ing cream but this.
MISS S. T. N, I cannot promise (nobody
can), but this mixture is the best bust de
veloper known, without exception. Falluree
are few. Mix two ounces of ruetone and half
b cup of sugar in half a pint of water, and
take two teaspoonfuls three times a day
and on retiring.
LOOKING Once in a while it does hap
pen, but next time if your druggist hasn't
the ruetone for making the bust developing
mixture. Just send the price, one dollar,
to "Secretary to Valeska Suratt. Thompson
Bldg., Chicago, HI.," and you will get it by
BETSY G. I knew your complexion would
be quickly transformed by using my formula.
Now about your short, thin hair. I will make
another prophecy. Inside of a month your
hair will be almost an inch longer it will
be silky, and your hair will stop falling
things which you have never been able to
do with anything else. I know I'm right
Mix one ounce of beta-quinol in half a pint
each of water and alcohol (or use one full
pint of bay mm instead of water and alco
hol). Your friends will notice the tremendous
difference in a short time. With this formula
there is no such thing aa failure.
PERSPIRING The only thing that will
completely control that excessive arm-pit
perspiration and remove the odor instantly
is hydrol lied talc. Apply it freely to arm-pits.
MRS. T. T. It la for that very reason,
to avoid the chalk ineas common to ordinary
face powders, that I had my own made up.
Because of the enormous demand for it, this
is now being sold at drug stores, as "Valeska
Suratt Face Powder." at fifty eents a box. in
flnh. white or brunette. Its fineness is extra
ordinary, and as many say, it "stays oa
beautifully" and is invisible. Adv.
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