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THE OMAHA SUNDAY REK: DECEMBER 2. 1017.
aaMeud Imm Tar .
where Mi? Nah save a recital
Wdenesday morning at 11 o'clork
before one of the Chicago cluh.
Mrv l!rl Ruck and Mi Oli
Stor? returned Monday (rum C'ln
Mr. ami lr. Kdgar H. Scott have
t.)ken a house at Houston, Tex., for
the winter, and Mrs. Scott, who
cair.e hack to get her children ami
to close her house, expects to leave
Today for Houston to rejoin Mr
Scctt, who finds the climate of Hous
ton beneficial to hi health.
Mrv Joel Stewart, who has been
fienJmff the fast year in California,
returned Wednesday and is with her
son anj his wife, Mr, and Mrs. J. T.
Mrs. Jam L Fax ton has been at
the Clarkson hospital this week, hav
ing had her tonsils removed. She
-pecU to return home today.
Mrs. A. J. Love returned Sunday
rout a week spent in St. Louis,
where her son, James, is at school.
Mr. Love returned the lame day from
week in Chicago.
Wilson Low went to Little Kock.
rk., Monday to join Mr. Low and
vo spend Thanksgiving with their on,
Lieutenant L6w, who is at Camp
.'ike. They will return tomorrow
Mts. T. J. O'Brien and Miss Carita
J'Prien went from Chicaao to Notre !
')ame for Thanksgiving with Miss!
iVillow O'Brien, who is at school
Conrad oung and his sister. Mis
.?JT 'oun- 'removing today to
mo rarnam sireei tn uunaee. Jiieir
loujt ti oviu iiarney street na dccii
aken by Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drake,
aho will move from the Blackstone.
Miss Mae Engler went to Plain
view, Neb., Tuesday with her brother
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Mr. Oscar Steinert. who was at
home for t short furlough last week,
was honor guest at several Informal
Mr,' ind Mrs. 0. H. N.ttes of Ode
bolt, la., were among the out-of-town
guests it the wedding of Miss Martha
Cltrke cf Bellevue and Mr. William
McCorkindale, which took place Sat
v urday afternoon.
Miss Nora Neal has gone to Clay
Center. Kan, to attend the wedding
of her brother.
Robert Bradford nailed last week
for hit consular post at Havre,
France, accompanied by his mothtr,
Mrs. Louts Bradford, who will remain
i Lucius Wakcley and his ion, Lieu
tenant Morton Wakclev, spent
Thanksgiving at Springfield, 0.. with
. Mrs. V.. Wakcley and Mrs. C. F.
i Cram. Lieutenant Wakcley will have
two weeks'; vacation before being or-
' dered to duty.
Mrs. E. M. Fairfield went to N'ru
York Sunday and is at the Manhattan
for two weeks. , 0f Herman. Neb., and Mr. and Mrs.
rt..i m.. arc. Hairy ('. McCartney of Ashland,
-Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Beeson spent 0(,
Thanksgiving in Lincoln with he:- sis-; '
ter, Mrs. Greene. j Sykes-Brockwell Wedding.
Miss Elizabeth Black went to A1-! 'I'lHMnarriage of Miss Agnes Brock
bion. Xeb., Wednesday to visit her WV' Mr. A C hnton ykes was
cousin, Mrs. Henry Lehr. solemnized at St. John a church Wed-
.. .- day morning, Rev. A. M. Fffinger rer-
Mra. Howard Baldrige, Mrs. E. A. forming the ceremony. Miss Mae
Pegau and Mrs. W. J. Mcttlin re- j miahue was bridesmaid and Mr.
turned Wednesday from Chicago, I George lVnley best man. Following
where -they spent two days on nat-i
tera connected with the state Red ;
Mrs. John A. Kuhn and Miss Mar
ion Kuhn left Wednesday for New
York, where they are at the Belmont
ot an indefinite stay. Later they
:iope to take a trip to South America,
providing passports can be secured,
nd they will be accompanied by Miss
Florence Ncvillo, who joins them
Mrs. John Caldwell and babv leave
Thursday for Jacksonville, Fla to
ioin Lieutenant Caldwell, who is on
duty at Camp Johnson, near there.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prestcm spent
Thanksgiving week in Kansas Citv
the guests of Mrs. Preston's sis
:er, Mrs. A. F. Farney.
Miss lanet.Hall and her aunt. Miss
Ware, left Tuesday for the east to
spend Thanksgiving with Jasper Hall,
who is at school in Pottstown, Pa.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. Redick and
Tonn Redick and the latter's little
on leave this evening for New
Mr. and Mrs. George Brandeis
pent Thanksgiving in Chicago.
C. F. McGrew. who is now living
t the Omaha club, while Mrs. Mc
Grew is in California, spent Thanks
giving' with his niece, Mrs. Chapin,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Austin, the lat
ter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Calvin, are at the Fontenelle, Lieu
:enant Austin having just won his
commission at the Sheridan training
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Diet spent
Thanksgiving in Minneapolis.
Harry S. Byrne has returned from
two weeks in Baltimore and New
Mrs. L, Guckett is at Excelsior
Mr. and Mrs. C L, Farnsworth re
turned Thanksgiving morning from
two weeks in New York.
Mrs. Leonard Everett of Council
Bluffa had t her mother, Mrs. Elbert
of Dei Moines, with her for Thanks
giving. E. M. Morsman and his niece. Miss
Harper, leave next week for Holly
wood, CaL, to spend the winter.
Mrs. M. Tatle announces the en
gagement of her daughter, Esther, to
Mr. Joseph W. Leibowitz of St. Jo
seph, Mo. ;.
Mrs. Sarah Underbill announces the
betrothal of her daughter, Lottie
Elizabeth UnderhilL home economics
Instructor at the University of Omaha,
tnd Walter Torrey More, prominent
Red CmBB ActivitJes in
MRS. C. T. CLARK.
young attorney of this city. The wed-
ding will take place during the holi
'day season. The bride-to-be is local
j Camptire guardian and a graduate
I from that institution where she now
teaches. Mr. More is a ("lamina lita
Gnmma fraternity man from C'reigh-
The marriage of Miss Ida Mac
Bair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G-j
Bair to Mr. Clarence T. Hurd. son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hurd of Lincoln
took place Thursday evening at the
home of the bride's parents. The
ceremony was performed before an
altar of palms, white chrysanthemums
and smilax, and Rev. Charles R.
Bair, a Cousin of the bride, read the
Mrs. F. W. Brown sang "I Love
You Truly" before the ceremony, ac
companied by Mrs. Harry P. Mc
Cartney, who also played the wedding
The bride wore her traveling suit
of burgundy broadcloth trimmed
with mole skin and wore a corsage
bouquet of orchids and lilies of the
Ihe young couple left immediately
after the wedding for a trip to Cht
cagiand Indianapolis, but will make
their home in Omaha, as Mr. Hurd
is in business here.
The out-of-town gnests at the wed
ding were: Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Hurd, Mr. Martin Hurd, Mrs. E. W.
Brown and Mrs. Sarah Bassett of
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I L-nni'iii, ici.iuvc. in mc onucgrooni;
' Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cavanaugh,
cousin of the bride of Atlantic, la.;
.1. I.. Hair, an uncle ot the bride of
Benionville Ark - tm Fart C A
," iccmoiiy a wedding breakfast
"n, served at the home of the bride's
sister. Mrs. L. C. Kelly, when covers
were laid for twenty-tive guests. The
young couple left for an eastern wed
ding trip. The out-of-town guests at
the wedding were Mrs. J. F. Clarke
of Kansas City. Mrs. J. F. Moore,
Miss Marie Brockwell of Harlan, la.
Wedding Date Set.
The marriage of Miss Alice Duval,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Du
val, and Mr. Rollins Sturtevant of
Kansas City will take place December
27 at St. Barnabas church, Father
Matthews' Book Store
1620 Harney Street
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PATTERN HATS, JUST HALF PRICE
Ask to see our $5 and $7.50 Hats.
Hats and Bonnets for Little Folks, Reduced
to One-half, at $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00.
F. M. SCHADELL
1522 DOUGLAS STREET.
I Bemis Park Auxiliary Will
Give Party at the
The Bemis Park Red Cross auxil
I iary will give an afternoon card party
(and evening danf.e at the Fontenelle
j Thursday. Mrs. C. T. Clark will liavr
charge of the afternoon and her as
sistants will be; Mrs. W. L. Itaitg-
han, Mrs. J. H. Skidinore, Mrs. K. I.
Davis, Mrs. Howard Kennedy and
Mrs. M. X. Henderson. Mrs. J. J.
tiattorn will nave charge or tlie eve
ning partv and those assisting her will
be: Mrs.' 1. I. l.chnliotl. Mrs. Ko.lnev
W. Mliss. Mrs. A. H. Cook. Mrs. E.
L. I'otter and Mrs. Alfred O. Peter
son. Xuineroiis prizes will be given.
1 lonte-cooked edibles and canned
fruits will be on s;lle and Mrs. Wil
liam rreisnsnii wiil have, charge of
the booth. Her assistants will be Mrs.
A. Jefferson, Mrs. CI. A. Bartholamew
and Mrs. J. H. Green. Both the
afternoon and evening affairs will be
very informal. The tickets for the
afternoon will be 50 cents and in the
evening $1 a couple. The proceeds
of the affair will be used to purchase
supplies for the work of the unit.
Sphagnum moss, which absorbs
seven to 10 times its own weight in
liquid as against six times for cot
ton, is rapidly replacing the latter for
John Williams performing the cere
mony. The wedding will be followed
by ail informal reception at the home
of the bride's parents.
Numerous affairs have already been
planned for Miss Duval. Mrs. Will
Schnoor will give an afternoon bridge
at her home Wednesday; Mrs. Earl
Burkett will be hostess at an after
noon tea at her home Friday anc!
Miss Mablc Allen will entertain the
pupils of Mrs. Douglas Wclpton at
tea at her home Saturday, when Miss
Duval will be honor guest. Wednes
day, December 12, Miss Edith Hamil
ton is planning an afternoon affair
for this popular bride-to-be and it is
expected that there will be many
more parties before the wedding.
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Anna McGrath and
Mr. Lee Granville, which took place
Thursday morning at St. Peter's
church, Father Neligan , performing
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Mortimor Howard and Mr. Frank
McGrath was best man.
Following the wedding a breakfast
was served at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. Tracy McGrath, for- the
members of the two families.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville will be at
home after January 1 at 2517 North
A pretty home wedding took place
Wednesday evening, when Miss Jose
phine Edna Williams, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Williams, became
the bride of Mr. Robert Daniel Clark,
Rev. Hart Jcnks performing the cer
emony. Preceding the ceremony Miss Nell
Ryan sang "At Dawning," accom
panied by Miss Mildred Wahlstrom,
who played the wedding march also.
The bride's gown was of white
charmeuse and she carried a shower
bouquet of white roses and lilies of
Miss Marie .Williams, sister of the
bride, who was the bridesmaid, was
TJERE gifts are in
keeping with the
spirit. We are show
ing the largest selec
tion of Xmas cards
in the city. Having
our own printing
and engraving plant
assures you of prompt
service. -:- -:- -:-
MRS. J. J. GAFFORD.
use in surgical dressings. Moreover,
it dries more quickly than cotton. It
is now being gathered on the Pacific
coast for the Red Cross.
gowned in pink charmeuse, combined
with pink tulle.
Little Ruth Radcliffe was ring
bearer, carrying the ring in a calla
Mr. Porter Allen attended the
bridegroom as best man.
A color scheme of yellow and w hite
was used in the house, yellow chrys
anthemums forming the decorations.
The young couple did not take a
wedding trp, but will be at home
shortly at tueMilton apartments.
The wedding of Mrs. Desdemona
Tendleton Lowe, daughter of Captain
and Mrs. Nelson Pendleton of Iles
boro, Maine, and Mr. Robert Cus
eaden, will take place in Chicago,
Tuesday, December 4. The wedding
will be very quiet, only the members
of the family and a few intimate
friends being present. Mr. and Mrs.
Cuscaden will return to Omaha short
ly and "will be at home at 3202 Web
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss Marguerite Roberson,
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i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F.
i Koberson of Brookline, Mass., and
Mr. Alfred K. Longwell. son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Longwell of this city,
which took place in Brookline No
vember 24. The young couple will
make their home in Philadelphia.
Miss Roberson. who is the niece of
the late Frank Roberson, celebrated
lecturer, is well known in Omaha,
having lived here for some time
wcn she attended the Central High
school. After moving to the east
Miss Roberson attended Yassar.
A very pretty wedding took place
at St. Francis church, Blair, Neb.,
Thanksgiving morning at when
Miss Agnes B. Murphy became the
bride of Mr. Tohn L. Coulton of Oma
ha. The wedding ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. T. O'Driscoll.
The bride wore a blue broadcloth
skirt and a white picture hat and a
bouquet of bride's roses.
Miss Inez Murphy, cousin of the
bride, was attired in a burgu..dy suit
and hat to match and a corsage bo
quet of Killarney roses.
Mr. David Coulton, brother cf the
bridegroom, was best man.
Mrs. Cornelius Connally of Omaha,
sister of the bridegroom, sang Rose
wig's "Ave Maria."
After a southern trip thev will be
at home in Omaha at 4214 North
Twenty-first street. The out of town
guests were: Mrs. Rose Coulton, Mr.
and Mrs. Cornelius Connally and
baby, Misses Josephine, Margaret and
Frances. Coulton, Messrs. David and
James Coulton, Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Murphy and Misses Maud, Agnes and
Inez Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Brophy and daughter. Miss Anna
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sautter
and babv, Miss Aileen Murphy, Miss
Elizabeth Kane, Miss Anna Murphy,
all of Omaha; Mrs. Frank T. McCar
ter and children, of Marshalltown,
la., sister of the groom.
Omahans Design Xmas Cards.
Arthur Fitzpatrick, son of J. J. ,
Fitzpatrick, has designed a most at-J
We have hundreds of .useful
too numerous to mention. Let us
you money. Come early.
A few samples of the nnasunl
bargains we are offering In the
final wind-up of our
WAREHOUSE SALE OF
Ton (nil w?i from t, to K
MB home fnrnlahinira of all kinds by
oimiiiff here. Onr merchandise Is of
Um finest qnaUty and we offer you
fln selections to choose from. (et
share of the banpuns before the
iLttrfe. Comfortable, Beaotifnl
Golden, fumed oak, and mahogany;
many different styles and covsrlnns.
A special value is offered at
We make a specialty of complete home outfit, also hotels and roomtnf
bouses. We will arrange accommodations to snit your convenience. Rail
mad fare paid one way to all buyers within fifty mUes of Omaha on purchases
of HI or more.
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tractive holiday card. It is a winter
scene at night and appropriately in
scribed. Miss Grace Sorenson, editor of
Every Child's Magazine, has also is
sued a Christmas card. The verses
are different, as one would expect
this year of war. There is no wish
ing of "Merry Christmas," but "cheer
for the coming year" instead.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss Anna May Jacobson of
Lexington, Neb., to Mr. J. B. Archer
of Omaha, which took place in Lex
ington November 29. Mr. and Mrs.
Archer will make their home in -Omaha.
Mrs. Archer is a sister of John
Jacobson, who is a representative at
the state legislature.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Wcscolt en
tertained at a Thanksgiving dinner at
their home Thursday. Chrysanthe
mums were used at the table and cov
ers were laid for:
Messrs. and MpstTamas
Charles E. Mitcholl, L. Wescott.
Val ettekel, Marie Ostronoc.
II. A. Eggores?, J. II. Yaeser.
Social Affairs in Prospect.
A dinner-dance will be given for
the Jewish soldiers Thursday evening
at the Rome hotel by the B'hai B'rith.
Cabaret features will be given by
Now Located at
17th and Donrlas
311 Batrd Bid.
and suitable holiday gifts in stock
know your wants and we will save
Bargains in Hljh
As Low as $8.85
Other artistic moth
. proof chests, low as
A particularly at.
Is offered at j
rrix i.ie of
actors from several of the local thea
ters. The affair is in charge of Harry
11. Lapidus, president of the lodge
and Blanche Ressel, president of tli
Woman's auxiliary. Sam Leon is
taking the reservations.
Subluxations or Partial Dislocation:
of the Spinal Column.
Some people have associated the
word "subluxation" with a surgical
operation, others imagine that it i
a dislocation, but. a dislocated verte
brae without fracture is practically
Your spine is an index to your
I health, a human barometer, one of
which we all carry in our bodies;
it is composed of twenty-four mov
able vertebrae through which passes
the spinal cord.
On either side of the vertebrae are
small openings through which the
spinal nerves emit. If one of the
vertebrae is slightly out of alignment
it will allow the two bony edges of
the adjacent vertebrae to press upon
the nerve and thereby cut off or di
minish the nerve force.
Pressure on a nerve can and oftei;
does exist without the patient beinj;
aware of the fact. By this it means
that a slight subluxation is stopping
a part' of the nerve force. If all
of the nerve force were cut off it
would produce paralysis.
A normal person will not have any
subluxations, but one with nearly any
j form of disease must of necessity
i have one or more, which, after being
palpated by a competent chiropractor,
; is finally adjusted back to its norms' 1
I position with the bare hand, thus r--!
moving the cause of disease and rv
storing nerve force to normal.
Subluxations are caused in various
ways, such as by falls, quick or sud
den turns, muscular, contractions,
strains, injuries, overexertion, etc.
To receive an adjustment, the region
over the spine is the only part of
the body exposed, and there is noth
ing immodest in the ordeal what
soever. Chiropractors sometimes have a
Spinograph taken of the spine, or
parts of it, when the condition is un
usually bad or when subluxations are
difficult to" nalnate. as for instance
twhen the subject is a fleshy person
or wnen curvatures exist, to deter
mine the exact position of the sub
The word Spinograph is a coined
word for the use of Chiropractors in
taking X-ray pictures of the. spina
segments to show the actual position
of the subluxated vertebrae.
In other professions the term Skiagraph
or Radiograph is applied to denote an X-ray
picture of an invisible object.
The Spinotrraph will Bhow every existing
condition in the spine, such as bent spinous
processes, rotated vertebrae, broken oft
spinous processes, broken off transverse
processes, ankylosis, exostosis, curvatures,
dislocations, subluxations, fractures, tubercu
losis of the bones, enlarged heart, decay
of any of the lung tissue, etc., and wiil in
all cases show the exact condition, whether
normal; or abnormal. The Spinograph has
proven beyond a doubt that subluxations do
Chiropractic adjustments for subluxated
vertebrae are revolutionary, and thousands
who formerly suffered from disease are
now enjoying health.
Chiropractic adjustments release nerve
pressure, then you can be well.
Chiropractic embodies discovered truth
it has not and is not building its founda
tion upon the sand of human credulity.
It advances because the power of a great
principle is behind and in it, and because
in its practice it proves Its power a an
agent of good in correcting the depleted
function and lapsed energies of the body. .
Chiropractic is a logical health discover) '
of the age. If you have disease of some
nature there is a reason investigate.
Next Sunday: Talk No. 4 Chiropractic
and the Nervous System.
Soldiers may secure adjustments
free of charge from any Chiroprac
tor. Names of the prominent Chiropractors in
the following listed cities:
BIMngham, S. & L., D. C, Creighton Bldg.
Burhorn. Frank F., D. C. 414 Securities Bldg.
Carpenter, L. N., D. C. 494 Brandeis Theater
Edwards, Lee W., I). C, 24tb and Farnara.
Johnston, J. P. & M. F., D. C, W. O. W.
Lawrence, J. C, D. C Baird Bldg.
Purviance, W. E., D. C, Paxton Block.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA
Steen & Steen, D. C, 341 W. Broadwav.
Willis, J. J., D. C, 15 North Main St.
Aeml, Clara, D. C, Telegram Bldg.
FREMONT, NEBRASKA. i
Berhenke. F. H., D. C, 606 North Main S
Embree, J. S., D. C, 6th and Main Sts.
Ashworth, S. L.. D. C, 508 Fraternity Bldg.
Dierks & Dierks, D. C, Old Post Offiee Bids.
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This institution is the only one
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