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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1917)
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Maids of Honor from Neighboring
Kingdoms Coming to Ak-Sar-Ben Ball
where the latter will spend the win
ter with Jrs. Fraser's mother. Mrs.
l'raser expects to be back in Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase are
expected home today frcn the east,
where Mrs. Chase spent the sdmmer
at Woodstock and where Mr. Chase
went to attend the bankers' conven
tion at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Everett of
Council Bluffs return today from a
summer on their ranch in Colorado.
Mrs. Edgar M. Morsitinn will re
turn from the east Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Denise Barkalow,
who have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Phipps, jr., in Denver
tor three weeks, are expected home
Mrs. Garrit Cannon of Bronxville,
X. Y., formerly Miss Ruth Clarke of
this city, is at Plattsburg, N. V.,
while her husband is at the officers'
training camp there.
Air. and Mrs. William Hill Clarke
are back from two months at Cas-
sells' in the Platte canyon of Colo
rado. Mrs. J. M. Metcalf will return Tues
day from the cast, where she has been
visiting her brother and his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Cornish, at their new
home on the Hudson.
Mrs. A. V. Kinsler, who is now in
Dayton, O., is expected home some
time this week, accompanied from
Chicago by Miss Helen Higbee, who
will be here for the Ak-Sar-Ben ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drake will
motor thrc.gh the Berkshires before
returning from their trip east. They
t'Avere at Atlantic City at the ' rlbc.--(jugh-Blenheim
during the session
the American Bankers' association.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan McDonald are
expected home today from their wed
ding trip to Sturgeon Bay, Wis., and
will take Mrs. C. E. Johannes' apart
ment at the Sagamore for the win
ter. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald spent
the week-end with Miss Martha Folda
at Ephraim, Wis. Mrs. Johannes goes
to the Blackstone for a few days be
fore her departure for the east.
Mrs. W. A. Pixley returned Tues
day from the east, where she placed
her daughter, Miss Virginia, in Dana
The home of Mrs. Ella Squires is
being opened for her, but the exact
time of her arrival from New York
is not known. Mrs. Squires has been
with her daughter, Mrs. Hoxie Clarke
for the past. year.
Miss FJorente Rahm expects to
leave the week following the ball for
Kansas City to visit Miss Pauline
Miss Mary McCord, who has been
visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. McCord, returned
Wednesday to Denver.
Miss Ruth Mills of The Bee edi
torial staff leaves Monday evening for
New York, where she will take spe
cial work at the Columbia School of
Journalism this winter.
Mrs. Ernest Eldred Hart and Miss
Clara Hart left Friday evening for
Des Moines, where they will visit
Mr. James D. Edmundson for a few
What Society Has in Prospect.
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will
give a luncheon at the Commercial
club Saturday at 12:30 o'clock, at
which time the sorority girls will de
cide what kind of war relief work they
will do this winter.
La Zalle club will give a dancing
party at Keep's academy Saturday
Miss Virginia Offutt will give a tea
Wednesday and Miss Esther Wilhelra
a dinner Friday evening preceding the
ball in honor of their Spence school
classmates, the Misses Jean and Dor
othy Luke of Brooklyn, who will be
with Miss Wilhelm at the Blackstone,
and Miss Laur Hilliard of Pittsburgh
and Miss Katherine Baum of Philadel
phia, formerly of Omaha, vho will
be with Miss Offutt.
Many supper parties are planned at
the Omaha club, where. a table d'hote
dinner will be served, beginning at
10 o'clock the night of the Corona
tion ball,. This is a club custom for
several years past.
The Friday night Dancing club has
arranged guest nights for the club's
two opening parties, October 12 and
October 19, at Metropolitan club
house. A series of fourteen dancing
parties is announced by the officers.
The M. S. C. Kensington club will
entertain at an Orpheum party Mon
a day evening, when the following
young women will be present:
Mabel Gustafson, Marguerite Thomason
Hazel L,eaverton, Bessie Wessaman,
Myrtle Miller. Margaret Weyerman,
Madeline Metz, Grace Woolf.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Emmett Bradshaw
and daughters, who have come here
recently from Little Rock, Ark, have
taken the house at 117 South Thirty
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dixon, with
their family, are closing their house
and leave Wednesday for Pasadena,
where they will spend the winter at !
the Hotel Maryland. j
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow and Miss Caro-1
lyn Barkalow move from the Fonte-'
nelle to the apartment in Highland
Court, which Mrs. B. B. Wood is
giving up. Mrs. Wood leaves today
for Denver to spend the winter with
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Full Dress Suits
For Rent ,
Size from 32 to 52.
Very Latest Evening Gownt
and Wraps for Rent.
Evening Slippers to Match.
Come early and get your
suit fitted right before
the ruth sets in.
204 N. 17th St., Flomar Hotel
BIdg. Phone Douglas 3128.
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
being admitted; the other Rest
Cottage being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
The Leading Phonograph of the World.
Were awarded the Highest Honors for perfect tone re
production and responsiveness at Six World's Fairs and
Expositions, so let the judgment of tone experts guide you
in your selection and call at our store, where you can
find the largest assortment in the city in all styles and
woods to match.
We guarantee every Grafonola on the basis of these
Notice Our Special Ak-Sar-B:n Grafonola Outfit
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We have other outfits at
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Visit our Phonograph Depart
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We will gladly demonstrate any
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1311-13 FARNAM STREET, OMAHA, NEB.
Retail and Wholesale Distributors for Nebraska, Iowa and
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Say You Read of Them in The Bee
her daughter, MrS. W. H. Cranmer,
whose husband, a captain in field ar
tillery, has been ordered to North
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Jones return
this week from their cottage at Man
awa lake, where they have been since
early in June, and move into their new
home in Parkwood.
Mrs. John W. Towle will close her
house here about the first of Novem
ber and, with her daughters, Miss
Marion and Miss Naomi Towle, will
go east to join Mr. Towle in Philadel
phia,, where the latter's new appoint
ment as head of the government ship
building plant will keep him for some
Nu Sigma Phi sorority of the medi
cal college, University of Nebraska,
held its annual banquet at the Black
stone Saturday evening. Green and
white, the sorority colors, were used
in the decorations. Mrs. VV. A. VVil
lard is the patronness. Covers were
E. M. Hohl.
Skin Without Wrinkles
Now Easy i to Have
AIDS of honor from many
neighboring kingdoms will at
tend her majesty, Queen Ak-
Sar-Ben XXIII. Among the most
attractive of the attendants are Miss
Lorraine Lewis, who comes today to
be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
AAcCord at the Fontenelle; Miss Eve
lyn Hubbard, who is visiting her un
cle and aunt, Air. and Mrs. J.
Ludlow, and thest Nebraska girls:
Miss Mabelle Burke of tforth Platte,
Miss Louise Coe of Nebraska City,
Miss Catherine Cone of Ashland, Miss
Eva Irene Miller of Fremont and
Miss Alice Temple of Lexington.
Special Ak-Sar-Ben Features
There's no excuse for any woman hav
ing wrinkles now. It has been found that
a simple mixture of saxolite and witch hazel
has a remarkable action upon the deepest
wrinkles no matter what their natufe,
whether caused by worry, habitual frown
in?, a debilitated condition or the ravages
of Father Time. This harmless remedy, which
anyone can easily make and use at home,
acts both as an astringent and a tonic. The
combined effect of tightening the skin and
heightening its vitality Is to immediately af
fect every line and wrinkle, keeping the cuti
cle smooth and firm as in youth.
The proportions are one ounce saxolit
(powdered) to one-half pint witch hazel,
ingredients which are found in every drug
store. The solution should be used as a
wash lotion. It is equally effective in dis
posing of flabbiness of cheek and neck, as
well as sagging below the eyes. Adv.
For the slightly or totally deaf adults.
For particulars address,
EMMA B. KESSLER,
No. 4, Flo-Lea Apt.
Corner 20th and Capitol Ave.
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Ak-Sar-Ben Ball Gowns
Few women are buying new Gowns for the
Ak-Sar-Ben Ball, preferring to conserve their re
sources by having their old ones Dry Cleaned. Many
women get three or four times as much service out
of their delicate and fancy dresses as they did a
few years ago.
They have learned that The Pantorium can
clean and press the most delicate fabrics and make
them look as bright and fresh as new.
We clean more fancy garments than all the oth
er cleaners in town, simply because we do them
Let us call for yours. We guarantee satisfaction.
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DURING WEEK, AT 35c
CAFETERIA NOW OPEN
POPULAR PRICES -
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Branch Office: 2016 Farnam St.
South Side: 4708 South 24th St. Phone South 1283.
N. B. : We pay Parcel Post one way on all out-of-town
Sack JSqcqov drontace
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are indispensable whether
in military affairs or man
ufacturing. This has es
pecial force in the fine art
of corset making.
Over half a century of con
tinuous endeavor is behind
the smart, attractive Royal
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And because of this long span of ex
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delineates the correct corset fashion for
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White coutil. Other models for all fig
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JOUR DEALER may offer substitutes. Insist upon
the genuine "ROYAL WORCESTER." If he re-
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Taxicab Rates Advance Oct. 1st
The continued advance in' cost of supplies has compelled us to
readjust our meter rates.
Present Meter Bates: Meter Ratea After October 1st:
ONE TO FOUR PASSENGERS ONE PASSENGER
For the first half mile or fraction For the first half mile or fraction
thereof 50o thereof J ..60c
For each quarter mile or fraction For each quarter mile or fraction
there of lOo thereof i I0o
For each four minutes 10c For each four minutes. ........ 10c
EXTRA PASSENGERS EXTRA PASSENGERS
For each passenger above four for the For each passenger above one for the
entire trip, extra 20c entire trip, extra ...10c
This Change in Rate Only Applies When There la More Than One Passenger.
OMAHA TAXICAB COMPANY
DOUGLAS 90 2572 HARNEY ST. OMAHA. NFR
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