Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 11, 1917, SOCIETY, Image 16

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low's suffering from an attack of ton
silitfs. They are looking for a house
in Denver this week and will return
for the children, who remained here
with their grandmother, Mrs. S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gtiiou mo
tored to Des Moines last Saturday
for the week-end.
Miss Myra Grout of Ogden, Utah,
arrived Thursday to visit her aunt,'
Mrs. F. B. llochstttler, for several
weeks. ,
Mrs. Y. II. Cranmrr and rhildren
of Denver and her mother, Mrs. Ben
Wood of this city, have gone east to
he near Captain ( ranmer and Robert
Wood, both of whom are in training
ramps, the latter at New Silver, N. J.,
with thrsipnal corps, and the former
on Long Island.
Mr. ind Mrs. Joseph Ringwalt are
ixpected back from California next
iveek to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Ringwalt.
Mr. ana .Mrs. vvnson low are
planning to spend Thanksgiving at
Little Rock with their son, Lieuten
ant Raymond Low, who is at Camp
Vike. ;
Mrs, Ross Towle lias returned from
Canyon City, where she has been vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. De
Mrs. J. K. Summers, accompanied
by Dr. Summers and their son, Jack,
was brought home Tuesday morning
from Chicago, where she had been
several days in the hospital with a
fractured thigh, the result of t fall
while on her way to Washington.
Mrs. Summers made the trip home
quite comfortable, but will be con
fined to her bed for some time.
Mrs. K. D. Madden, who has been
visiting her son and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. John Madden, returned last
week to Nuttley, N. J., accompanied
by her grandson, Joseph Madden,
who will spend the winter with her.
Her son, Daniel, remained here, hav
ing entered the balloon school at Fort
Newg comes from Sheepshead Bay,
N. Y of the birth of a daughter last
Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Edward
O'Brien, formerly of this city.
Mrs. Fred W. Clarke, jr., is estab
lished in an apartment in Oakland,
Cal., to be near her husband, who
is at the officers' training camp at
the Presidio at San Francisco. The,
camp closes on the 28th of this"
month, after which her plans depend
upon Mr. Clarke's orders.
Mrs. Wilson Low left last evening
for Little Rock, Ark., to visit her son,
Lieutenant Raymond Low. Mr. Low
will join her for Thansgivingf. Lieu
tenant Low has been made acting
regimental adjutant at Camp Pike.
Mrs. Howard Baldrige went from
Chicago to Des Moines Thursday and
is expected back Monday.
. Mrs. M. B. Wade is expecting her
sister, Mrs. Brown, of Lincoln, to
spend the winter in Omaha, Mrs.
Brown having given up her home in
Mrs. F. W. Clarke returned yester
day from three weeks' visit in Chi
cago with her mother and sister.
Frank Wilhelm and returned Satur
day morning from two weeks ih Min
neapolis, where she was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sweatt.
Mrs. W. R. Bennett of Chicago is
spending a week or two at the Fonte
nelle. Frank B. Johnson left Thursday for
the east, where he will visit his daugh
ter, Jeannette, who is at school at
Burlington, N. J.
' A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Gordon Thursday at
Birch Knoll hospital. i
Lieutenant Warren Brecktnridge is
now stationed at Camp Logan, Texas.
Mrs. Wilhelm Bonekemper and son,
Bobbie, who have been visiting Mrs.
Honekemper's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. A. Rohrbough, will leave Sunday
'for their home in Portland.
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Rlnohrt Stffen Photo.
Campfire Girls Work Hard.
Campfire Girls, led by Miss Helen
Garvin, are busy doing their "most"
for the boys in the trenches. More
than 500 trench candles are ready for
shipment and 500 additional candles
are ready for dipping. Children at
tending the Gray school have been
assisting the Campfire Girls in their
war work.
Belles-Lettres Club.
The Belles-Lettres club will hold its
regular meeting Tuesday at 2 o'clock
at the home of Miss Edith Miller. A
discussion of the regular current
topics will be followed by Knitting on
new work.
Friday Night Dancing Club.
The Friday Night Dancing club will
give its fifth regular party next
Friday evening, November 16, at
Metropolitan hall. The party on Fri
day evening, November 30, will be a
Yama-Yama masked ball with num
erous unique and original features.
Card Party.
Band No. 7 of the Independent
Circle of Sacred Heart church will
give a card party Monday afternoon
at Lyceum hall. The prizes will be
The Omaha Society of Fine Arts
announces a lecture at the Fontenclle
hotel, December 8, by Thomas Whit
ney Surette, staff lecturer for Oxford
university extension, author of "Music
and Life," and the best lecturer on
music in this country.
Informal Entertainment
Mrs. F. E. Alvord entertained in
formally at her home Friday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Clara. Bradley
of Columbus, O., who is the grand
president of the Women's auxiliary
to Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen.
The guests were:
MMdame- Moidme
MrH Dalephaln, Guy Palmer,
MattU Iornlnr, Bloomberg,
l'bl I'urneM. Olmsteacl,
Florence Furneee. J. Ormaby,
Mabel Kelly, OoldH Moran.
ltalley, Jamea Murphy,
Joycj Koch, William Fern man.
William Chantanoy.
Tuesday Card Party.
The North Side Progressive club of
the Holy Angels parish will give a
card party Tuesday afternocm at its
hall, Twenty-eighth street and Fow
ler avenue.
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Qjurs. iioya w. aKinner, wun Lioya.i
jr., aua ram rrancis, wno came to
Omaha this year with Mr. Skinner to
make their home, are a charming
family group whose addition to social
circles will be welcomed. Their for
mer home was in Marinette, Wis., but
Mr. and Mrs. Skinner used to make
the trip often for the Ak-Sar-Ben ball.
The Skinners were at the Blackstone
for several months, but have recently
taken the W. J. Burgess home.
Thome's Suit Bargains
$75.00 Suits, $49.78
$60.00 Suits, $39.78 i
$50.00 Suits, $32.75
$40.00 Suits, $27.75
$30.00 Suits, $19.95
$25.00 Suits, $17.75
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 disease, no others
being admitted; the other Rest
Cottage being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive treat
ment of select mental cases re
quiring for a time watchful care
and special nursing.
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You Want j
That's our policy. Our service will please
you, but we charge nothing extra for it.
Come Monday and see the many beauti- :
f ul Fall and Winter Hats we have gathered 1
for your approval at these pleasing prices.
$3.50-$6.50-$7.50 up ;
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Army Notes
Lieutenant Cuthbert Potter arrived
home the end of last week on a 20
days' leave of absence from Camp
Dodge to complete his recovery from
his accident of a month ago.
Lieutenant Hal Brady arrived
Wednesday on his way back to Camp
Funston from taking troops to Cali
fornia. He remained here until
Thursday, when he returned to Fun
ston. Mrs. Brady, who nas been
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Brady, during his absence,
returned to Kansas with him, stop
ping enroute at St. Joseph for a wed
ding. Brinkley Evans is one of the lat
est recruits to the signal corps from
among the Omaha men. He has ap
plied for a commission in the motor
supply department and passed his j
examinations and is awaiting orders, j
Judson G. Squires, son of Mr. andl
Mrs. George G. Squires, has enlisted!
in the medical corns of the armv and !
from Zt. Louis he was ordered last
week for duty to the Scott field fly
ing school at Belleville, 111. His
brothlr, Clarence, who joined the
coast patrol last summer and was on
diitv at Nfcwnort. R. I., when the
mosquito fleet was disbanded, has j
been transferred to New York, but in
what capacity or for. what duty his i
family have not learned yet.
i'hilip .ietz has been sworn in as
assistant paymaster in the navy, with
rank of ensign, and is now awaiting
orders in Buffalo. He will be as
signed to some training school before
beginning his duties, but it is un
certain how soon' his assignment may
Philip Downs, who has been at the
Brooklyn navy yard since September,
has been transferred from the mos
quito fleet to the naval aviation corps
and will be home today or within a
day or two to await further orders.
Philip Chase and seven or eight
of his balloon school friends were in
for last Saturday and Sunday at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lieutenant Colonel Fred W. Sla
den has been promoted to be colonel
and has been detailed as a member
on the general staff corps.
Lieutenant John Caldwell is home
on a 20 days' leave before reporting
for duty at Jacksonville, Fla., on the
20th of this month. Mrs. Caldwell and
son will probably join Lieutenant
Caldwell in the south later.
Quentin Twatchman, who mar
ried Miss Charlotte Callahan of this
city, has been commissioned to the
engineering corps of the army with
rank of lieutenant, and is now in
Washington engaged in making spe
cial drawings for mounted guns. Lieu
tenant Twatchman has invented a car
buretor which is considered very
promising. Lieutenant and Mrs.
Twatchman and little girl have taken
an apartment in Washington quite
near that of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Philip Gordon Jones has been- ap
pointed major of the Third battalion
of the Nebraska university. Major
Jones is a senior at the university.
Lieutenant Ben Gallagher arrived
home yesterday from Camp Dodge on
live days' leave, but has had no orders
to move from Camp Dodge as yet, al
though he thinks he may be sent to
Card Party.
A Thanksgiving card party will be
given by the women of the Holy
Name parish Saturday evening. The
prizes will be different kinds of fowl.
The Individuality of the
many choice articles you may
select in this store will help
you surprisingly in finding
just what you want at just
the amount you wish to pay.
Jewels from the Orient,
watches from the best shops,
and silver and gold articles
from the World's Master
You will find it a pleasure to
do your Xmas shopping now.
Albert Edholrn
Oldest Established Jeweler
Clothes of Real
Selecting the NEEDED Clothing for yourself and
family is made DOUBLY easy at this store ; not only can
you have all the purchase put on ONE bill, but you can
pay for them with easy, "hardly-missed" payments of
$1.00 or so per week. Our styles are the VERY latest; our
qualities are ABSOLUTELY Guaranteed and our prices
are LESS, due to our INEXPENSIVE location, our ex
tremely LOW operating expense and our IMMENSE pur
chasing power. Courteous salespeople will be glad to
show you the very latest ideas, and whether you purchase
or not, you are always welcome.
New Arrivals in
For Misses and Ladies
Quality Coats at
Ladies' and Misses' Suits
Wonderful Values at
$15, $18.50, $22.50
Genuine Onyx Silk Fibre Hose
50c values for Men and Ladies, 9Qr
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75c values, for Ladies only,
at ,
or so a week will dress
you and your family.
cfroht JSace or Sack jSacQ
VOUR new corsets
1 should be ROYAL
have never worn them,
try one noiv.
In its modish figure-forming
contour in its flexible yet
firm support in its hygienic
design and exquisite finish
are embodied such Fashion,
fit and Comfort as only the
Royal Worcester can give.
The trade mark name "ROYAL
WORCESTER" is your guar
antee of corset satisfaction.
Front Lace Model 748
is skillfully designed to stylishly shape
and (effectively control the full figure.
Ample boning insures firm yet flexi
ble support. White coutil.
Models for all figures at $1, $1.S3,
f 1.50, ti, $2.50 and S3.
YOUR DEALER may offer substitutes. Insist upon
the genuine ''ROYAL WORCESTER." If he refuses
to supply you, write us. Accept no substitutes.
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Worth While Clothing
Big Values at
$15, $20, $22.50
In a Week
"The Beet Part of It If That Any
Woman Can Do It," Sayt the
Great Screen Favorite,
Valeika Suratt.
IN all the history of beauty-art. I doubt
whether there is anything quite bo re
markable as the results accomplished by
th. mixture given below. It is as simple as
it is remarkable. Under its influence the
skin takes on a most unusual youthful
plumpness, ahd wrinkles and deep lines
seem literally to melt away. Ask your drug
gist for a one-ounce package of sintone, and
mix it in a pint of water, adding two table
kpoonfuls of glycerine. You will accomplish
Ih. desired result by using the resulting
cream very freehand very often. The iin-
ton. will make over a pini 01 ims uoiuiru
- a C. . .n ..-ill nn,i ihftt vniir
rejuveimwr. ouuu ju
freckles will disappear. I know how diffi
cult you nave louna re 10 remove mi
appearanca of the skin. This is particularly
why I want you to try the formula given
above. After a time the complexion will be
a uniform tint; it will clear wonderfully
and take on a tint of a rose-petal, without
a defect. If you will use it faithfully, liberal
ly and every day you will not fail.
ANNOYED There will be no more drudg
ery, dread or danger in removing superflu
ous hair if you will simply moisten the
hairs with sulfo solution, which your drug
gist wiU supply you for about one dollar.
As the hairs are kept moist for a few
moments the hairs crinkle up and on bath
ing the akin the latter is found to he as
hair-free as that of a new born child. It
leaves the skin in exquisite condition, and
never leaves a spot or mark.
MISS W. P. L. It is absolutely certain
that your hair can be forced to grow lux
uriantly, and the thin spots filled out in a
short time. I have never known the fol
lowing formula to fail when used faithfully
for a short time. Besides it is more economi
cal than any hair treatment you can buy.
To one pint of bay rum, or to a half pint
each of water and alcohol, add the contents
of a one-ounce package of beta-quinol, which
you can get at any drug store for fifty
cents. Apply this daily. It contains no oil.
ELDER M. Hereafter, if you have trou
ble getting the neroxin for blackheads or
the lintone for the complexion, send fifty
cents, which is the price of either one of
them, to "Secretary to Valeska Suratt,
Thompson Building, Chicago." It will be
forwarded to you at once by mail.
FANNY T. G. Nothing that you hava
ever done for your fae will so astound you
as the effect of the following formula on
wrinkles. It will be the same story of sur
prise I get from all my friends. Get from
your druggist a two-ounce package of ep
tol, which will cost fifty cents. Mix this
eptol in a half pint of water, and add two
tablespoonfuls of glycerine, and your won
der worker is ready. It will make you look
years younger in a few days.
HIDEOUS The face powder I use fs made
after my own formula. It is called "Valeska
Suratt Fice Powder." It is free from tha
chalkines of nearly all face powders, and
is superb in fineness, smoothness and scent.
It is now sold in drug stores at fifty cent
a box, in vjhi t e, flesh and brunette.
TROUBLED !t is impossible to hava a
more thoroughly cleansing head-wash and
shampoo than is secured by dissolving a
teaspoonful of ecuol in a half cup of hot
water. Enough eKs?ol can be secured at any
drug store for twenty-five cents to give over
a dozen of these head-washes.
ELEANOR G. G. I have known quite a
few of my friends who had been able to
develop the bust satisfactorily in a month's
time by usine a mixture of two ounces of
ruetone and half a cup of sugar in a pint
of water. This is safe, and is taken "four
times a day.
HANNA R. You can get rid of black
heads almost as quickly as explaining how
to do it. In a few moments yiou can positive
ly get rid of them all. It may be hard to
believe, but it is true. Get at the drug store
some powdered neroxin, sprinkle some of
it on a hot wet cloth, and rub it over the
blackheads. Then look in the mirror and im
the remarkable result. Advertises