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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1918)
The Spring Suit Makes
By MELLIFICIAJan. 23
Why Tax Skaters?
THERE are some things that
the government has an un
doubted right to tax things,
snch as whisky and automobiles and
$6 opera seats, that it should have
taxed, heavily, long ago. But we are
wondering if they ever will tax skat
ing. It costs not a cent to enjoy this
sport in God's great out-of-doors, and
no Belgian refugee or French orphan
will be deprived of a meal because we
Indulge in an afternoon's skate.
Hence, an added pleasure is expe
rienced because we can disport our
selves on the ice with a clear con
science. Isn't there just a twinge of
remorse often when we put down sev
eral dol'ars to watch a glittery musi
cal comedy for a few hours? But wi
can skate and be patriotic in ever
sense of the word.
The cold weather has wreaked ven
geance upon many a sinner; it has
wrought woe, no doubt, upon many a
saint, lhe coal famine, pneumonia
and. kindred evils that have fallen
upon the just and the unjust are but'
a few of Jack Frost's machinations;
but even this chilly and baleful visi
tor brings his blessings. In other
words, the one saving grace in Jack's
character seems to lie in the faqt that
he makes' outdoor skating possible.
Skating is the finest exercise in the
world. It is better than dancing, for
example, because you do it not in an
over-heated, over-illuminated, over
decorated ball room, but, if you do it
right, in the openest kind of open air.
We are not speaking of the indoor
rink, mind you. You might as -well
skate up and down your own apart
ment hallway as to skate in one of
those hothouse makeshifts. But out
in the open, under the sun or the
stars, as the case may be, what fur-
ther joy could the most blase person
But, most important of all, what a
rendezvous is a skating rink, what a
trysting placet A tennis court or a
summer hotel veranda has "nothing
on" t skating rink in winter. If you
don't believe it, just drop out to the
Country club some sparkly Sunday
afternoon and see all the rosy
cheeked, fur-collared society maids
cutting figure eights and stars with
Lieutenant This and Private That and
even Civilian the Other. The men
are not hampered by stiff collars nor
are the girls hindered by lacy frocks
and corsage bouquets, for they wear
their warmest coats and their stoutest
shoes. There is a spirit of comrade
ship and geniality in the air, too, that
you will find nowhere else.
The charming skaters you will see
on the smooth surface of the Country
club rink are Miss Virginia Offutt,
Miss Esther Wilhelm, Miss Margar
etha Grimmel, Miss Sybil Nelson,
Miss Janet Hall, and then I haven't
mentioned the matrons who are such
proficient skaters, Mrs. Frank Jud
son, Mrs. A. V. Kinsler,. Mrs. Lau
rence Brinker, and numberless oth
ers, but you must go out and see for
Farewell for Mr. Kennebeck.
A farewell party was given Tues
day night in honor of Mr. Lambert
Kennebeck, who left Wednesday for
Chicago to report for duty in the
quartermasters' reserve corps.
The Fontenelle quartet, of which he
was a member, was present.
Miss O'Malley, one of the guests,
sang several selections.
Fine Arts Luncheon.
The board of directors of the Fine
Arts society will entertain it luncheon
Monday at the Fontenelle in honor
of Mr. Ralph Adams Cram of Boston,
who will lecture before the society
in the afternoon of the same day. A
. number of clubs, including the Uni-
f, versity club and the Wellesley club,
have endeavored to secure Mr. Cram
for t talk before their members, but
he will speak only for the Fine Arts
society. Mr. Cram, who is a fellow
of the American Institute of Archi
tects, has designed so many college
buildings that the college clubs are
especially desirous of hearing him
talk.' .. .
Omaha Girl Sings in Detroit.
Miss' Myrtle Moses, formerly of
Omaha,, was soloist at a concert of
the Detroit Symphony orchestra,
Sunday,' according to' the Detroit
News. Miss Moses is a mezzo soprano
and sang with the Chicago Grand
Opera company a few seasons back.
She was also soloist with the Chicago
Symphony orchestra. In private life,
Miss Moses is Mrs. Samuel Alt-schuler.
The Allegre club will give a danc
ing party Saturday evening at Met
ropolitan hall. A series of these
dances will be given as the season
progresses and special features will
be introduced. Miss Evelyn McCaf
frey, who has the affair in charge, ex
tends a cordial invitation to all sol
diers to attend the party Saturday
At the Prettiest Mile Club. ,
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Ellis will en
tertain at dinner this evening at the
club in honor of Mrs. Frank Lahm,
who will leave Fort Omaha very soon
for her home.
Other dinner parties at the club
this evening will be given by Mr. P. A.
Wells, who will have 10 guests, Mrs.
Delia M. Doddard, Dr. and Mrs. New
V11 Jones, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cole.
-.Cfr. and Mrs. R. J. Robertson and
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Dolphin.
Salvage Committee of Red Cross.
Members of the salvage committee
of the Red Cross, headed by Mrs.
Philip Potter, made a drive through
down town business offices Wednes
day, enlisting co-operation in the sal
vage of typewriterand office supplies.
Mrs. Frank F. Potter, Mrs. F. C.
. Tyra and Mrs. L. F. Easterly were
among the workers.
: .Two tons of papers and magazines
, went out from the headquarters at
' 1409 Harney street A piano and an
electric bath cabinet have also been
. gjven to sell for the Red Cross.
The Columbia club" will entertaih
it an . evening card party Friday at
Lyceum hall. Beside a ton of coal,
which will be the first prize, 20 other
prizes will be given.
Miss Helms President of
Y. W. C. A.'s Athletic
Club in Omaha
Miss Martha Helms is the new pre
sident ot the Athletic club of the
Young Women s Christian associa
tion. The Athletic club girls, under
the direction of Miss Mary Mickel
last year sponsored the Young Wo
mens innstian association summer
camp for business girls' project The
vacation camp will be maintained this
year, too, it is planned.
Miss Helen Kroner,
Dancer, Arrives to
Visit Her Mother
Miss Helen Kroner arrived this
morning from New York to spend a
week with her mother, Mrs. Louis
Kroner. Miss Kroner, who is a mem
ber of Pavlowa's company, has been
touring the South American countries
and has not been home for three
years. As this is the end of the sea
son, the members of the company
were allowed a weeks rest and Miss
Kroner hurried home for a brief visit
with her mother. There are but three
American girls in the company, the
rest ot the dancers being English,
French and Russian, so that they will
be unable to see their homes until
after the war. The itinerary of the
company has included Chile, Peru,
Brazil and many other South Amer
can points and pretty little Miss Kro
ner has many interesting tales to tell
ot her three years experience.
"Madame Pavlowa is a wonderful
person," said Mis- Kroner. "She was
so afraid we would not come back to
her that we had t promise faithfully
to return before we left her." Ma
dame Pavlowa and her husband are
now at San' Juan and they will join
the company later. The plans for
next year will depend on the war. If
the war is over at that time Spain,
France, England and other European
countries will be visited by Madame
Pavlowa and her company of dancers.
Miss Kroner is well known in
Omaha, as she made an enviable rep
utation for herself as a dancer here be
fore she went on the stage. Miss Kro
ner was the winner of the Castle cup
when Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle
held a -dancing contest in Omaha.
Later she joined the original "Miss
Springtime" company and from there
was engaged by Madame Pavlowa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eldridge left
Sunday evening for San Antonio.
Mrs. Eldridge will spend a couple of
months in San Antonio and Corpus
Christie, but Mr. Eldridge will re
Miss Marion Howe, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Howe, is visiting a
New York school friend, Miss Eliza
beth Martin, at her home on the Lake
Shore drive in Chicago. Miss Howe
and her mother, who is at the Black
stone there, are enroute from an east
ern trip and are expected home in
about a week.
Miss Margaret Butler has gone to
New York on a two weeks' business
Mr. W. A. Pixley left Tuesday
evening for Chicago on a business
Party for" Soldier.
A surprise party was given Mon
day evening in honor of Joseph
Ecker, who leaves Wednesday for the
quartermaster's department in Chi
cago. The evening was spent with
music and games. Prizes were won
by Carrie Mollner and Charles Han
nigan. The table decorations were
in the national colors.
Mrs. Sarah Abrahamson entertain
ed at a birthday, party Sunday after
noon in honor of her daughter, Miss
Women Entertain Husbands.
Scottish Rite Woman's club members
will entertain their husbands at danc
ing and carus in the Scottish Rite ca
thedral Friday night at 8 o'clock.
Marriage of Miss Parker.
Announcement comes from New
York of the marriage of Miss Eleanor
Montgomery Parker, daughter of Mrs.
L. D. Montgomery of Council Bluffs,
to Mr. John S. Ellsworth, which took
place Friday in New York, Rev.
Henry R. Rose performing the cere
mony. Mrs. Foote to Be Hostess.
Mrs. F. A. Foote will be hostess
at the meeting of the St James Or
phanage Sewing circle at her home,
817 Pierce street, Thursday afternoon.
A Bright Future.
Fresh I expect to have
Senior Yes, especially after you
By Adelaide Kannerly
Oh, the world is growing Westward
(While both time and tide move fast)
There's a breaking down of breastwork
In the overcrowded East
Hearts, too, are beating Westward
In a likewise rapid course,
Where men's soul are turning skyward,
Prompted by the Cosmic force.
West where man to man they'll meet you,
Where ancestral trees are dead;
Where the bright smile always greets you
And there's sunshine overhead.
West, where God planned life worth living;
Where man's word is good as gold
Where there's pleasure in love's giving,
And man's honor's seldom sold.
Where Eternity has schemed things,
And you know it at a glance.
The breath of every season
Brings new longings to advance. .
Not alone by worldly measures;
Not by dollars, cows and sheep,
But in spiritual treasures,
Winning love that's true and deep.
West, where Karmic laws are truer
Than the man-made jumbled code;
Where old "skeletons" are fewer 1
And life's not lived a la mode.
West, where the buds of our Fifth Race
Shall bloom to beautiful flowers
And form for the coming Sixth Race
More perfect celestial bowers.
Out West there shall be uncovered
The link to complete a chain
Of love to unite all nations, -
For life on a higher plane.
The East and the West shall be one then;
Tis there that the "twain shall meet"
Way out on the Western border,
At "God's Great Judgment Seat"
"When Jenny, Comes
Marching Home" Will
Draw Society Folk
The benefit performance at the
Rrandeis Saturday evtn'intr nromises
to be the event of the week. Society
folk are taking great interest in the
affair und under such able direction
as that of Mrs. Lucien Stephens and
Mrs. J. E. Davidson success is as
sured. A large party , of .people liv
ing at the Colonial will attend. The
Colonial dwellers have an especial in
terest in the benefit, as Mrs. Davidson
and Mrs. Stephens have apartments
In addition to the curtain raiser.
"When Jenny Comes Marching
Home, a surprise tableau will be
given, featuring Miss Regina Connell,
who appeared as the Goddess of Lib
erty at both the Ak-Sar-Ben ball and
the charity ball.
Mr. and Mrs. J. de Forrest Rich
ards will entertain at dinner that eve
ning at their home in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Head. The guests,
who will include Mr. and Mrs. J. L
Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fair
field, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kountze,
will be entertained at a box party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Davidson fol
lowing the dinner.
Other box parties will be given by
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Allison, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Howell and Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harris will en
tertain a line party, followed by sup
per at the Fontenelle. Mrs. Harris is
the author of the clever little playlet
which will be presented. as a curtain
raiser. I he guests in the Harris
party will include Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. James
Boyle and Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Dailey.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts will
entertain a line party (of 12 guests
and foursomes will be 'given by Mr.
and Mrs. F. H.- Davis, Mrs. Ben
Gallagher and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
The committee in charge announces
that tickets may be purchased at the
box office just as any other time and
that it is not necessary to secure them
from Mrs. Stephens or Mrs. Davidson
if not convenient.
Advice to Lovelorn
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
Be Kind to Her.
Dear Miss Fairfax: A few mnnthi ago
I married a man who la very much attached
to hi mother. She Is living with us; but
our home la not aa peaceful aa I would
like, for we are very Jealous of each other.
We had a few worda lately, and aha told
me I could do aa I pleaaed, but ahe would
atay with her son. I am not happy and
have often thought of leaving them, but my
people object to that. I try to be agreeable,
but it hurts me to see that ahe always has
the first place in my huaband's thoughts,
and she la so jealous that ahe hates to see
him kiss me, so that he never fondles me
any more when ahe la present. Could you
please advise me? She has other children
with whom she could stay, but she doesn't
get along with them and loves my husband
most A. P. S.
So your husband's widowed mother loves
him best of anyone on earth! Now, my
dear, are you going to be so selfish that
you will try to take from an old woman
the love that means more to her than any
thing else on earth? Why not try loving
her a little bit yourself? Why not actually
set yourself an interesting problem: How
am I going to turn "mother's" dislike to
affoctlon? How am I going to make our
three-cornered household a elrcle without
any ugly sharp points? Ton are young.
Tou can afford to be generous. After all,
mother was first in her boy's affection until
you came Into his life. Isn't It natural that
she should be jealous? I am sorry that you
two couldn't have enjoyed your little home
without the Intrusion of anyone else. "In
trusion" don't, you suppose mother ireallsea
her position and Is hurt by It? Be gen
erous, my dear child, for you and you alone
can aave the happiness of three people. If
you are big and fine, here Is your chance to
qake a splendid thing of your life.
Pear Miss Fairfax: I am It. Visiting me
Just at present is a girl two years my sen
ior, a very pretty blonde. Now, I am In
love with a most attractive young man. I
love him dearly, but I am unable to tell
whether he comes to see me or my friend.
My friend does not care for him, but there
are times when he aeems , all attentive to
her and indifferent to me. I am nearly
heartbroken! Will it be proper for me to
tell my sweetheart my friend does not care
for him? TROUBLED.
This letter answers, the one above. It;
ought to teach all jealous girls a lesson. It
may give boys new ideas of tact and kind
ness! I am It. of steady habits and have a
good Job. I do not drink or smoke and aave
half of my salary. I am in love with a
young girl about IS and have gone about
with her steadily for about six months. Re
cently she has had friend visiting her who
Is a very attractive blonde about my age.
Whenaver I go to see my friend this blonde
sticks around and I have to carry on a
conversation with the two of them. I am
rather backward aa a conversationalist and
find this hard to do. I am afraid my friend
does not care as much for me as she did
before her friend came to visit her. I think
she thinks I am in love with her friend, but
I am not. I am simply .trying to treat her
nicely, as she Is a friend ot my sweetheart's.
I don't know what to do In a case like this.
If I don't pay attention to my friend's
friend the may influence my sweetheart
against me. J. I. F.
TODAY'S BEAUTY HELP
We find that you can bring out the
beauty of your hair to its very best
advantage by washing it with Can
throx. It makes a very simple, in
expensive shampoo, which cleanses
the hair and scalD thoroughly of all
the dandruff, dirt and excess oil, leav
ing a wonderfully clean, wholesome
feeling. After its use, you will find
that the hair dries quickly and even
ly, is never streaked in appearance
and ist always bright, soft and fluffy;
so fluffy, in fact that it looks more
abundant than it is, and so soft that
arranging it becomes a pleasure. Just
use a teaspoonful of Canthrox, which
you can get from any good druggist,
dissolve it in a cup of hot water;
this makes a full cup of shampoo
liquid, enough so it is easy to apply
it to all the hair instead of just the
top of the head. Advertisement.
00 YOU WORK INDOORS
Then you need a winter tonic to
keep up your blood-strength and
nerve-force. For nearly fifty years
physicians have prescribed
because it is a true food and an
active tonic, easily digested and
free from alcohol. If you are run
down, if night finds you tired and
sleep is not refreshing, by all
means get Scoff's Emulsion
today. You Hoed IU
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Right now, while all elsewhere liea under the
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alis of cumbersome winter
clothes and flutter forth into
the sunshine clad in slim garments of
brighter hue, we know that spring
has indeed arrived. Not the least of
spring's charm is the new suitl A
wide range of weave and color is
given us to choose from, despite the
scarcity of wool and that four and a
half meter edict of France. Ameri
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