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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1918)
Warv Throws Wedding
s Marches of German
Origin in Discard
Everything German has become so
abhorrent to us that now even the
brides refuse to vend their way down
the church aisle to the familiar
strains f "here comes the bride."
Why? And then there is that wonder-
IrmJfcK. THE CIST
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ful wedding march of Wagner's but,
alas and alack, the dear man's 'name
teminds us of Dutch cheese and rye
You have probably noticed that
many of Qur brides of the past winter
have had our national hymn supple
mented for the usual wedding march
and it was prompted by the highest
patriotic motives, you may be sure,
lor Miss America would never march
to the altar to the dulcet souifds of a
But the situation grows critical.
We must have a wedding march. Na
tional anthems are all very welrwhen
troops are passing and flags are wav
ing, but when a pretty girl dons the
traditional white satin she must have
iust the brideiest melcdy possible to
correspond with the pink roses and;
the tulle. i
The American I Defense society,
members of which are strenuous ob
jectors in this German wedding march
movement, have called upon John
Sousa, the famous baryf master, to
write a true American weddirig march
and now Mr. Sousa is waiting for an
inspiration. He promises that the
march will be forthcoming, however.
Cupid's Advance .
Danny Cupid i on the job this
Rifht on the beelt of the an
nouncement of Conrad Young's en
gagement of Miss May Scotland, a
former Denver girl, comet rumor
of the approaching marriage of an
other very, very prominent Omaha
man to a girl who lives in Lincoln.
The - man in question is Mr.
Hoover's right hand man in, Ne
braska, and an important person in
the street railway company.'
The trousseau is all -ready, so
Dame Gossip says, and immediate
ly after the ceremony, the latter
part of the month, the newly wed
ded pair will go to California where
the bridegroom-to-be has a lovely
home, one of the show-places of
When asked about his comirig
marriage, the man in question grin
ned boyishly then his face as
sumed its customary repose and he
,"I have nothing to say yet J
Pretty Junft Bride Weds in
and says to all young menDon't pro
pose till I compose."
-irh Columbian club will ' give ,
natrinfir. entertainment Friday eve
ninir. at Lvceum hall, for the benefit
of the Sacred Heart school.
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'$mt .How RroudAre You ?
( Mrt. Armstrong it a htalthy young matron wiih an unusual
amount of common tense. , She enters the drug store and Mist
Grey, en attractive and amiable cM, catches tight if her.)
Mbs Grey "Good Morning, Mrs.
Armstrong. What shall it be -r-some
really nice soap? .We've got a new"
Mrs. ARikfSTRONG',No, kiss Grey
I've done nothing but buy soap for
the past month, it seems. We ought
to be a very clean family. No, I want
two bottles of Nujol, please.
"Oh that's at the other counter, Mrs.
Armstrong. This is only toilet goods
"That's why I came right here, Miss
. Grey. You nave soap and tooth paste
and cold cream and wash-cloths in
this show case every single thing to
keep our precious 'outsider clean and
. fresh. But our precious 'insides' must
go along as best they, can until some
,! fine day they give up and then we
cry for a doctor."
(Mrt. Armstrmg turns toward another counter)
"(Aliss Grit, nodding assent) ?I'm afraid.
we pay the price of vanity, Mrs. Arm-
' strong." i ,
(Mrs. Armstrong, turning hack) JPay the
price! 1 ve been through it all and I d
the water in the food through yourN
colon walls, and that water is
carrying disease germs all through
your system because you aren't
getting rid of that poisonous waste.
That's -where almost all disease
, starts. -
' " Those remedies' youe been tak
ing are 'drug medicines', Mrs.
Armstrong. They act quickly and
they act hard, and the more you
take the more you're going to need.
Now I'm going to put you on a new
treatmentr-irs called the Nujol
treatment 'You've got a double
responsibility now, and you've got
; to bfe gaining strength, not losing
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"tyhat effect did it have, Mrs. Ann
strong?" - , ; :
"None at first. I was disappointed,
because there weren't any results for
twadavs. -Then I began to be regular
"Why that's wonderful, Mrs. Arm
strong. Did you "
It is wonderful. The doctor says the
wedding took place
morning t St. Mary
Magdalen' cliTUrcb, 'when Miss Nell
Lovely, daughter tof Mr. M. Lovely,
became the bride of Mr.Eugene
d'Sullivan. Father Finney read the
marriage lines. t "
It was just a litts family wedding,
no bridal attendants and few guests.
The bride was very attractive n her
traveling suit of blue with a white
milan hat. A fragrant corsage of Mrs.
Ward roses and lilies of the valley
completed her costume.
After the ceremony an informal
wedding breakfast was served at the
Henshaw hotel for the wedding
party, the young couple taking an
early mornnig traiu for the west.
Thev will make their home in Omaha,
-returning in aboutthree weeks. ;
FOR JUNE BRIDE.
Miss Dorothy Mae Mflrearty, whose
wedding will take place Tuesday, will
be honor guest at a. very pretty pre-
nuptial affair Thursday evening. 1 lie
Misses Agnes and Gertrude Lynch
will be the hostesses and each of the
twenty-five guests will bring a gift
for the bride-to-be. A little supper
will be served when pink and white
roses and pink streamers will give the
table a very festive and brioey ap
Tea at Ringwalfs.
Everybody had such, a lovely time
at Mrs. John R. Ringwalt's tea Wed
nesday afternoon. It was a delight
fully informal affair, and the house
was so attractive with the profusion
of garden flowers used in the rooms.
The tea table had black-eyed daisies
for a decoration, arranged so artistic
ally in a large basket. Fifteen guests
called during the afternoon for a little
chat and a cooling ice. '
"Mrs. Lane D'. Fillins - and daugh
ters, Marian and Ruth of Oakland,
Cal., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Carse for a few days en route to
Toronto St. Paul, Chicago, etc,
Mr. Alan McDonald is now in
Washington,- D. C, doing govern
mental work. . -
1 Miss Margaret Seymour was among
the Omaha girls who were graduated
from Rockford college, Tuesday.
Mrs. A. L. Reed is at her home,
convalescing from her recent illness,
and expects to be at her desk at Red
Cross headquarters next week.
Mrs. J. P. Slater, -who recet tly un
derwent an operation at the Swedish
Missiqn hospital, is improving.
The Omaha Voman's Golf club will
hold the first game of the season Fri
day at the Field club. j
My Hat Diarv i
Carita Herzog j-
Pretty School Ma'am WJ11
Take Chauffeur's Place
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Honestly I've been ail over
looking for gray oxfords and I
can't be fitted anywhere. Mrs.
Harris went with me and she
said she was afraid I would
have to go to Chicago to get
that certain style of shoe. You
know Mrs. Harris . is a lovely
little lady. She looks about
16. She wears such "cutie"
clothes, especially hats. This
morning she wore a hat of pur
ple straw, and what do you
think it was trimmed with?
You wouldn't believe it, but it
was monkey fur. It was turned
so that the edge reached to the 4
center of the hat. The , hat X
was turban shape and Mrs.vHar- x
ris surely looked like a little ?
Egyptian doll in it. -
Stomach Trouble and Constipation
"I was sick for three years with stomach trouble and con
stipation, and doctored continually with different physicians!
with only temporary relief. A friend advised me to try Cham
berlain's Tablets, which I did, and they completely cured me,
fnot only of stomach trouble, but also of constipation" writes
Mrs. Hester Waite, Antwerp, Ohio.
rawZS reason is simply that Nujol not only
sDoonful of Nuiol than I would my
bath or my tooth brush. Two years
ago I had a lesson. Just before my
, little girl was born I think I had every
- kind of constipation' a woman can
have. Of course I had to try all the
'cure laxatives there were advertised
pills, and salts, 'and tabloids and
mineral waters. They were so violent,
and I found they were weakening me
-I needed a stronger dose every time.
I almost drove the doctor crazy. And
then he took matters into his own
"How Mrs. Armstrong?''
"He came in one day after I had had
one of my 'spells and said:
makes your system function more
easilyjbut it lines the intestines with a
film that makes the food pass smooth-ly-no
friction, you see? It doesn't
upset the digestion and leave you feel
ing hollow, aspills do, it's harmless, ,
and (its gentle and sure, and delight
"It sounds like such a reasonableVay
to treatyour system,Mrs. Armstrong.
'That's it I don't' mind telling you
privately that I'm. just as proud of a
clean system as I am of a clean face.
And clean system means a clean
face, Miss Grey."
I YMVm . . X Ofallfoods,
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"Mrs. Armstrong, you're only pois
oning yourseit. Yo
our body is not
(Mrs. Armstrong maket het puxthast and
haves the store. Shi hat teen pm about ten
minutes when Miss Grey approaches ihtpn-
getting rid of your food, waste "rtr h and thtfellew-
property. 1 1 gets jusi as iar as your mgnmarw ,
lower intestines your "colon" "Mr. Wilkinson-will you make mea
and there it stops, and decays. The special employee's price on a bottle
body absorbs aboul four-fifths of of Nujol?" . x
' For your own protection insist that the druggist give you ' '
the genuine Nujol, In a sealed and capped bottle, bearing
the Nujol trademark in TtAnrvntthrrvjut. Inferior sub
stitutes may give unpleasant results. Nujol is thnUulj
tun and kamieu. At all druggists in the U. S. and Canada.
Send 50 cents and werill ship new kit size bottle to U. S.
Write fat attractive free booklet on the Nujol
treatment Section 5, Nujol Dept, Standard
Uu lA (ew jersey).Bayonne, a. J.
It's not always that one may help
win the war ami-have a really enjoy
able summer at the same time. Pretty
Miss Shirley McKinnic hasJiit on
such a plan.
After putting away her school
books, which she has used for the past
year in her teaching at Farnam school,
Miss McKinnie will go to her home in
Colorado Springs, where she has
promised to act as chauffeur for a
friend whose husband has just en
listed in a wireless school.
Last summer Miss McKinnie was a
guest of the family during motor tours
in many parts of the state. This year,
they plan to travel over the same
roads, including a trip to beautiful
Estes Park and Pike's Peak, hut the
erstwhile guest will be the driver.
Miss Florence Clarke, manual train
ing teacher at Farnam school will go
with Miss McKinnie. The lady chauf
feur is most enthusiastic about her
new work. If she succeeds, she may
forsake the. school room for the un
crowded profession of women motorists.
Read this typical daily bill of fare
in Beleium and contrast it with your
own ration for yesterday and today
and see if you can calmly sit down
to that same fare tomorrow: ,
Bread with a little lard for butter.
A hot drink made of roasted grain.
Soup and bread from the soup line
Charity school lunch for the chil
Some of the soup and bread saved
from the noon meal.
Rutabagas. 1 A
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A 3AR LIFTER. IS USEFUL
NATIONAL. WM COHfMSMON V
WASHINGTON, AC Vmi
Complete instruction for home
canning and drying will be aent to
the readers of this paper upon appli
cation to the National War Garden
Cornmiation, Washington, D. C, en
closing two-cent stamp for postage.
lelps Yoa Save Fat for Otir Soldiers
Advice to ,
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
A Fortunate Eacapa.
Sear Miss Fairfax: About two rears ' '
Vmau SO years my senior, 41 years old. pro-
posed marriage to me, which I accepted. At
that ' time his divorce case was pending In '
the supreme court, but ha told ms every
thing would be all right. I have raltet ,
two years, until finally ha received Ym
releasa from his former marriage. The
first few months ha was an ldeaf eweet
heart, but gradually. $ presume aa the -novelty
wore off. he came to'' eex me less
and lesa frequently, until the present time,
when I see him on an average of onca s
A few months ago I met a mutual friend,
and he told ma that my aweetheart waa
married. This man thought I had not been
seeing him any more, aa my folks ob
jected to my going about with him. 1
Immediately got In "touch with him, and
he admitted ha had been married for
some time. He then asked me to yalt ,
for another year; that he intended tp go
out of town, procure another dlvotce and
come back and marry me. I asked him .
whether ha was serious, and he said ba
My" dear child, what a merciful escape f
from suffering you are being granted. Please
heed all the Indications of your case they
actually aeem providential As plainly as
if the words were spoken aloud, circum
stances is saying to you: "Her Is a man
who betrayed his first wle and la now
ready to betray the wonian for whore
he was faithless to her. So he is not like
ly to be true to any woman. ' A ft me,
he has deceived me and lied to me and,
neglected me and kept me waiting hi sel
fish pleasure. He has not been loyal
or honorable In hla dealings with ms as
a sweetheart and he has ahown that h was :
,not loyal to two ether women (thoogh
he was married to them) now how can I
trust hlrat '
Give him up and at ono. Bven If h
got his divorce, how could you bring your-',
self to marry him? Ton could not trust
him you could not be happy" with him -And
probably he Is not really planning t "
keep faith wlth'you. Bend him away. Put
him out of your-life.
Difference In Ages,
fatriee Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I hav
bod deal of your advice in the Om
and I think It la good for all who
read a g
1 have a question to ask you which haa
bothered me for several months and I feel
sure you can answer It satisfactorily. .
I am 19 years of age and wish to keep
company with a young lady 23. She la a
very nlca young lady, and my folka think
lots of her, but they do not think a young
man ought to go with a lady so much hls.
senior, although they have never said any
thing against my going with her. But at
the same time 1 do not want to If It is not
considered good taste to do so.
I wish you would please give m your
advice on this subject.
Do you think she Is too old to keep eonW '
pany with me? .. .
Bhe doesn't look to be over 18 or It, and -doesn't
like to have people know how old
he really is. . . ,
P. S. Please do not use either my nam
or town in answering, and answer In The
Bee as soon as possible. , , , ,
Doea the young woman wish te number
you Among her friends? It seems to m
you lira taking a good deal for granted for
you are evidently thinking of none but your
self. I do not see what difference the few
years In your ages would make but it may
be that this girl would prefer someone older
than he'rself. -.:.
, Diffrence In Ages. , -
My Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha 'Bee: On
seeing your most excellent advice to love
lorn, I, also have eoms for soma which
means much to me. i : 1
I am 24 years old, and am engaged te a
man IS years my senior. We love each other
very dearly and we both know no on els
could fill our places ever.
Our parents do not disapprove of ourwed
dlng, but do you think there ia toe muck v
difference In our gea4r I ,
We would both be broken-hearted If we
would have to part. Hoping to see your'
advice in The Omaha Bee. . PUZZLED. .
Aa you feel sure that you have found your
true mate the matter of a few years dif
ference In ages should not worry you at
all. Thera are many hapsy married
couples who are not the same age and
nearly every woman prefers to have her
husband older than herself. Tour parents'
approve of your choice and you have found
the man you love, so my advice Is to have
th prettiest wedding possible and then live -happily
ver after. ' j ', f
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none are so important to our Army ana jour vines .
fats and chief amon2 them is lard. .
In using Armour's VEGETOLE for baking
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You get full Value.
real dependability in all
Armour Oral Label prod
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Ask your dealer.
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A Goodbye Kiss.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: Have
read your advice to others with much In
terest and I have some questions I would
like no ask you. .
I am a young man It years old and have
bqen going with a girl of 16 for ona year."
She is going away soon and will ba' gone
all summer. Would it be proper for me to
kiss her goodbye? I really think a great
deal of her and aha ia not indifferent to me.
JDo you think I should go with other girls
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w lints emu ia Bunii uv viii j lunciy '
while she is away and would Ilk to know
of aome place I could go for soma real
amusement as I must remain horn' ell
Won't you please answer this real soon aa
my girl Is leaving In a few days. Anxiously.
t-s. " BENSON. i
Tou are merely good friends and I would
forego . the affectlpnate goodbyes. -1 would
make other friends while she Is gon and
you will find th summer days slipping by
too fast Tou are both a little young for
love affair and by fall you may find that'
both of your hearts have wandered. y t .
Not Safe. ' i -'-M , '
Dear Miss Fairfax: T am If, and ha
girl friend of the same ags with,, whom
I am forbidden to go. The neighbors talk
about hei because she speaks to and la ac
quainted with a great many young men. '
When she ana I go somewnere so gen-,
srally meets some ons she knows and she
Introduces me to him. Soma of these ar
gentlemen and aome are just th opposite. -
L. L. o.
I don't Ilk gossip and scandal. X don't
like cruel judgments of other Taopl. But
little girl, you are too young to risk. your
reputation In a friendship which may not
be good for you from any point of lew.
Older, wiser folk than you have forbidden-v 4
yon to see this girl. Perhaps they havs
a real reason for their attitude, . Ton
mustn't disobey your parents for a girl-. V
who is either Indiscreet and Indifferent te.. "
the oplnlona of others or who may actually :
bs altogether ttnr wrong sort of girl for
you to know. - ' .
x Bashful Man. . .,
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: t am
young man 18 year old. Am rather hand- '' '
some. The girls seem to like me very
much, but am too bashfull to ask a girl to
go with, me although I'd like to very much.,.
How Is a good way to get over shyness
and get acquainted with girls. . s
EMBARRASED. - "
Faint heart ne'er won fair lady and yoa-.
must overcome your basbfulnes If yo "
would get the most out el Ufa. I think
your great trouble la self-consciousness and J
so try and forget yourself. If you are
handsome your battle Is half won. for th .
feminine heart Is Very susceptible to a good
looking man. '
fnder Age." i
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Be:" Will yoe
please tell ms in what state a girl under
It years of aew can b married without
parents' consent T Hoping to find my '
anawsr In Th Be. I remain, BABE. '
In n stat is It legal for a girl under II
to be married without th consent f kr
parents. . i "i'-JO liJ.' ;
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