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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 7, m.
Conducted by Ella Fleishman
- Sonf recital at Fint Meth
.Dinner-dance at Carter Lake
and Happy Hollow dubs.
Dinner-dance ' at Country,
Field and Prettiest Mile
Rodgera-Daviea wedding at
Card party at Prettiest Mile
Dinner-dance at Seymour
, Lake club.
; Dinner-dance at Country.
Happy Hollow and Field
; Officers' hop at Fort Omaha.
k-h t ; h i m i i i i mi 1 1
--There Wen No
Damp Spirits on
TIT ASN'T it a queer Fourth of
July? Hardly the splutter
of a firecracker broke the stillness,
and even the weather had a forlorn
aspect, for it was a bit sobby, all day
Ion a;, you muit admit. However, the
rain didn't dampen the spirits of the
crowds at the clubs, for there were
some lovely parties. The girls all
looked so attractive, and, of course,
the officers were stunning; they al
A guest or two has lifted our door
knockers for a charming little lady
? from Chicago, Miss Marian Pierce,
is visiting Miss Dorothy Weller for a
week or ten days. Miss Weller
asked a number of the young girls
to her home Wednesday to meet her
guest and have a cooling ice. Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Huff gave a swimming
5 arty in Miss Pierce's honor on
hursday at Carter 'Lake, and in the
evening the little party hadjdinner on
the broad porch at the club overlook
ing the lake. , , ...
Another Chicago visitor is Miss
Katherine Reems, who has been visit
ing Miss Louise Clark foi several
days. Miss Clarke whisked jher away
before we hardly had time to see her,
however, for they all motored over to
j Lake Okobojie on Wednesday.
Now that all the pretty brides have
run away with their new officer hus
bands, leaving only a few crushed
roses and bits of twisted chiffon to
remind jjs of their pretty weddings,
with pink taffeta bridesmaids and all.
every one is just settling back into
the regular business of living again.
The long summer vacation seems to
be a thing of the past, but we notice
that numbers of our prominent peo
ple are motoring here and there for
little week-end trips, hurrying back to
take up their Red Cross duties on
Whisoerinzs of coming weddings
have been heard, and probably when
the leaves don their a scarlet j and
golden dresses in the fall, some
charming weddings will take place.
One lovely Dundee girl is wearing a
handsome engagement ring, and we
hear that "he is a prominent Des
Moines man. Another pretty little
blonde whom you see every day at
the wheel of her roadster tells us very
frankly that she will announce her
marriage very soon.' Uncle Sam
again figures in this romance, and the
ringing of the wedding bells depends
on war orders, for the bridegroom-to-be
donned the khaki some time ago.
Rodgers-Davtet Nuptials. '
Trinity Cathedral will be the scene
of a rainbow wedding Wednesday
eveningjiwhen Miss Maud Elisabeth
Davies, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs.
John Davies, will become the bride of
Mr. Almond D. Rodgers.
The gowns of the lour bridesmaids
and maid of honor will be in the deli
cate rainbow tints and the same at
tractive color scheme will also be
used in the decoration for the church.
i his patriotic bride will have no
wedding music that is not American
in every -way and as the ' opening
chords of Sousa's wedding march
sounds through the church, played by
Mr. Ben Stanley, the, first of the
.bridesmaids, Miss Effie Turner, will
enter.' Her gown will be of green
georgette crepe with picture hat of
me same snaae. . s ,
Uii. Alma . .....
tendant, will wear orchid and lavender
georgette with a large hat Miss
Maud Rodgers will be gowned in
coral georgette crepe with a garden
hat of white trimmed in the samp rosy
.. shade, while Miss Alice atone s gown
will be of soft gray with hat to match.
AH these pretty girls will carry an
armful of pink roses. -
Miss Margaret Davies, Sister of the
bride, wilt be maid of honor, her gown
of delicate pink georgette crepe shad
ing into her shower boquet of pink
roses. ' Miss Mildred Kugei, as nower
girl, will scatter rose leaves in the
path of the bride, an attractive Die
ture in her girlish frock of white net
trimmed in blue.
The bride's gown will be of white
georgette crepe, heavily embroidered
in beads and draped with tulle, pic
ture hat of pink and a lovely shower
of bride's roses with tiny nags flut
tering among their petals will form
the bridal boquet . '
This- artistic wedding will be a
duplicate of the wedding of the bride's
mother, the appointments being near
ly the same. As is the custom in
England the bride and bridegroom
will kneel for the blessing and soft
""music will be played during the cere
mony. :.-'!" '.;
After an informal reception at the
home of the bride's parents, the
young couple will leave tor a motor
trip through Iowa and Minnesota, re
. turning to make their home in Omaha.
Campfire Girl's Party.
The Minnehaha group of Campfire
Girls had a "movie party at the Ri
alto on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Henry
Chandry was hostess. Those pres-
Florne Mclllaay .
Guetto from Baltimore.
Re. and Mrs. William Rosenau of
Baltimore arrived Friday to make a
short visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Elgutter and Mrs. Alexander
f ENGAGED TO
' Mrs. J. K. Glenn of Council Bluffs announces the engagement of her
daughter, Ava, to Lieutenant Sidney Baldwin Bellenger. The wedding will
take place in the near future, as Lieutenant Bellenger expects to be ordered
abroad very soon. Lieutenant Bellenger was granted a 10 days' leave of
absence after completing special training at Fort Riley for field hospital
work in France.
1 M H H 1 1 1 U M 1 IHf 8 ) H
EDNA .'MARIE RILEY.
An interesting announcement comes
InHiv inr Mr. anil Mn. V.AtzrA V.
Riley announce the engagement' of
their daughter, Edna Marie, to Dr.
D. M. Nigro of Kansas City. No
definite date has been set for the wed
ding. .-. - ... .
Miss Riler. who is a most attractive
girl, is a graduate of Eden Hall in
Philadelphia and also of the Chevy
Chase seminary in Washington, D. C.
Miss Riley has beautiful Titian hair
and lovely coloring.
Dr. Nigro is a graduate of the
Notre Dame university and received
his medical training at Creighton col
lege. He is a member of the Pi Beta
Pollack. Sunday afternoon from 3
to 5 and also in the evening 'It. and
Mrs. Elgutter will keep open house
that the friends of Rabbi and Mrs.
Rosenau may call.
Mrs. Rosenau was formerly Miss
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Harriet Par malce.
Mr. Edward A. Parmelee an
nounces the engagement of his dausrh-
Liter, Harriet Meredith, to Mr. John H.
Winchell, jr. The wedding will take
place August 3. at the home of Miss
Parmelee's sister, Mrs.,Robert T. Hill
at Mount Vernon, New York. After
spending a few days in New York
the young couole will .make their
home in Washington, D. C
Miss Parmalec is well known in
Omaha, having spent her school days
here as she is a' graduate of the
Omaha High school, later attending
the university at Loncoln, where she
was a member of the Kappa Apha
Theta sorority. For the past year
this attractive girl has been secretary
to the president of the Colorado
Agricultural college. Miss Parmelee
will spend a few days in Omaha dur
inor the latter nart nf (Via mnntVi iif.
ing her father, Mr. Edward A. Parme
lee. Mr. Winchell is a graduate of the
loioraao school ot Mines and is a
member of the Sigma Nu and Theta
iau fraternities. Mr. Winchell is in
the service of the. United States geo'
logical survey at Washington.
Mabel Hellman of this city and Rabbi
Rosenau occupied the pulpit at the
Temple Israel until he was called to
Baltimore 25 years sgo, where he is
pastor of one of the largest congrega-
Kernel Wheat off to
Little buns of barley,
Little rolls of rye
Send wheat across the ocean
To every good ally.
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stay for a time with the Penfields.
They motored on here from Omaha
and will probably spend their summer
in their machine.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stapleton, for
merly j of Omaha, will leave Monday
for Atlantic City to join the tatter's
brother and sister-in-law, Capt and
Mrs. Charles W. Hamilton, who have
been with them here. Mr. Stapleton
returned last-week from his interest
ing trip to South America and
Panama. They will return to Wash
ington in the early fall to their home
on Massachusetts avenue.
An interesting visitor here recently
was Mrs. Irwin, wife of General Ir
win, who was stationed in Omaha
when he was "Col." Irwin. Mrs.
Irwin has" been visiting her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward J. Walsh, in the pretty place
they have here at 2172 Wyoming ave
nue. Mr. Walsh is a dollar-a-year-man,
like Mr. Stapleton. Mr. and
Mrs. Walsh and Mrs. Irwin left to
day for Blue Ridge Summit, to spend
the remainder of the summer. Mr.
Walsh will make weekly trips there.
Mrs. Gordon, wife of General Gor
don,, entertained at dinner Thursday
evening in the Chevy Chase club in
honor of Mrs. Irwin.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Walsh have re
turned to their home here after a visit
of a fortnight with their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. HJ Z.
Green, in Omaha. '
Society flocked to the Country club
after the celebrations for dinner and
official society got back to the city
to witness the great pageant in the
evening. The Country clubs are get
ting to be t!e feature of summer life.
A new one, and one of the most in
teresting, was opened this week at
Cabin John's bridge. This is one of
most picturesque spots round about
the city, but has been abandoned by
society for many years, as, before the
excise law went into effect, a gay and
noisy lot of people monopolized it,
and since that time, no one has been
able to maintain a dining room there
for lack of patronage. The old ho
tel where, a Quarter of a century ago
broiled chicken' breakfasts t entieedj
congressmen and other officials and
their families and their visitors, has
been leased by the exclusive and
famous "Club de Vingt" of New York
and opened as their summer club
house. Tuesday evening was an aus
picious opening and scores of the
New York members wno are here tor
the period of the war and some Wash
ingtonians who have been taken in as
members, made the famous old
porches gay while they partook of one
of the club's famous dinners, inter
spersed with dancing. They have
brought over their New York chefs,
servants and orchestra, and the place
is ideal for the purpose. ,.
An auto picnic to Bellevue, given
by the Immanuel Baptist choir, under
the leadership of Miss Johannah An
derson, was an event of Friday. The
evening was featured by a campus
basket dinner and a patriotic toast
given by Mrs. Wilbur Jones.
Those present were:
It A. Salandar,
J. C. Uorrla.
R. O. Kratx,
C. O. Llnd.
R. A Salender,
C. B. From.
CO. Llnd. '
O. K. Tipton,
L. B. Mrara,
C. X. Tipton,
Rar. J. P. Foraandar,
C C. Charlea,
Dr. I E. Mytra,
For Miss Pierce. '
Mrs. E. V. Lewis will entertain in
formally at luncheon at the Black
stone Monday for Miss Marian Pierce
of Chicago, who is the guest of Miss
Marian Weller. Her guests besides
Miss Pierce will be Mrs. W. H.
Rhodes, Mrs. Harry Weller,' Miss
Mildred Rhodes and Miss Dorothy
and Miss Marian Weller.
Thursday Mrs. Lee Huff gave a
swimming party, followed by lunch
eon at the Carter Lake club, and
later the party motored to Millard
for dinner that evening.
Buying the cheaper cuts of meat
chuck, neck, flank, rump, shank and
.brisket Did you know that these cuts
are just as nutritious as the more ex
pensive? AH they need is skillful
cooking. . . '
Appendieitla la primarily dua to- the poit
ona formed by decaying food in th hn.i.
It ia a diaaaao caused by improper and in
euffielant bowel elimination. Many people
ht voir amnu puuie in we center ot
the bowela while the aidea are clogged with
old. aula, fermenting matter. They may liaTe
a bowei movement every day, hot it ia not a
complete movement and the old, atale mat
ter atari ia the system to ferment and
eanaa trouble. Besides aoDendleltla. n.k nm.
clean bowel eanaa heedachee, stomach titra
ble and per cent of all other sickness.
The old, fool matter sticking to the aide
of the bowel often stays in for months,
poisoning the body and causing that list
leas, tired feeling known as "auto intoxica
tion." HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE
The nt tA tmM li.k... ..j 1
feeling full of ambition ia to watch your
bowela. Just aa van l-n
" VMW V...IUB VI
yomr body clean, yon should also KEEP THE
INSIDE CLEAN. It ia even more important
to keep the bowela clean than it ia to keep
nor bodv wuhiMl. kimu k :ik..
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porea ia the thirty feet of bowela quickly
Boavn, pouona venerated oj decaying food
left carelessly ia the bowels. Don't allow the
oliL- faraiMtln. filth mtnt ft . 1
bowel for weeks, bat GET IT OUT and
keep it out Remember, filthy bowel are the
aause of most sickness no stomach. liver or
... nth M mmm J. I. wmL 1
eeeepool tending out gases and poisons. Zvea
Prof. Sarka Hhbkova, chairman of
the Woman's Committee of the Coun
cil of National Defense, is in receipt
of a communication relative to the
forming of a new unit of women
stenographers for service in France.
This unit of 25 expert women
stenographers, who will wear, a dis
tinctive uniform, is now being recruit
ed for overseas service. This group
will be assigned to the quartermaster
corps of the American expeditionary
forces and to the headquarters of the
staff of General Pershing. Each ap
plicant for service must be an ex
perienced stenographer. She will be
required to own in her equipment
Doing War Work
Women teachers in public schools
and public elementary high cchools,
who competed with men teachers in
the prize essay contest carried on "in
15 states by the National Joard of
Historical Service, predominated
among the prize winners, according
to the list of awards announced in
the History Teachers' Magazine. The
subject of the essays, "Why the
United States is at War," inspired
more than 600 contestants.
Working together the first year of
the participation of the United Stages
in the war, the "trained American his
torians composing the board and its
voluntary assistants have directed his
torical activity in schools and colleges,
have prepared a topical outline and
bibliography of the war and have
furnished active advice concerning re
search work, university courses, illus
trated lectures in the cantonments,
and newspaper and magazine articles.
A TR IO OF SALES
For Monday Week
For Table Covers, Lamp Shade Panels
and Making of Bags
Greatly Reduced .
Canton China Specially
$7.00 value, $4.95
W. H. Eldridge
if yonr bowela move slightly each day, that
ia not enough. There must be an occasional
THOROUGH, complete cleansing to rid your
system of all accumulated, decaying matter!
HOW TO CLEAN BOWELS QUICK
The MOST COMPLETE bowel cleanser
known, is a mixture of buckthorn bark, gly
cerin and ten other ingredient, put up in
ready prepared form under to trade name
of Adler-i.ka. This mixture is so powerful
a bowel cleanser that it ALWAYS does it
work properly and thoroughly, it remove
foul and poisonous matter which other ca-
thartio or laxative (nurtures are unable to
dislodge. It does a COMPLETE Job and it
worka QUICKLY and without the least dis
comfort or trouble, t is so gentle that one
forget he baa taken it until the THOROUGH
evacuation starts. It I astonishing the great
amount of foul, poisonous matter a SINGLE
SPOONFUL of Adler-i-ka draws from the
alimentary canal matter you would never
have thought was in your system. Try It
right after a natural bowel movement and
notice how much MORE foul matter will be
brought out which waa poisoning your sys
tem. In (light disorder, such a occasional
constipation, sour stomach, "gaa on th
stomach or aick headache, one noonful
bringa relief almost INSTANTLY. Adler-1-ka
ia th MOST THOROUGH bowel cleanser
and antisepticiser ever offered in ready pro
pared form. It 4a a constant aurpris to peo
ple who have need only ordinary bovet and
stomach medieiae and th various oil and
watera . . I
Is Latest Call to Women
four uniforms (two for winter and
two for summer service). She must
Eass a physical examination and will
e engaged for the period of the war.
The salary now stated is $1,000 with
the additional allowance of $4.00 a
day for the first month and $2.00 a
day for the remainder of the time.
The war council of the Young Wo
man's Christian Association, repre
sented by Miss Henritta Roleof of
New York, is co-operating with the
army in providing living quarters, in
taking care of the health of the wo
men and in arranging for proper rec
reation. Maj. Thomas L. Holland of
Washington, D. C, is supervising the
Rev. Harry Foster spent last week
at the educational conference in Hast
ings, Neb. '
A demonstration of the Campfire
Girls' organization was given at the
missionary meeting of the women of
the Dundee Presbyterian church, last
Friday, at the home of Mrs. J. A
Douglas. Miss Ruth Hutton was in
charge of the program.
Mrs. J. B. Ruth is moving into an
apartment at Forty-ninth and Chi
cago streets. t
Frederick and Bosworth Lemere
left last Saturday evening for a camp
in Minnesota. Their mother, Mrs. H.
B. Lemere, who accompanied them
as far as Minneapolis, returned
Miss Dorothy Ringwalt and Miss
Frances Nieman were guests of hon
or at a meeting of the Dundee Wo
men's Patriotic league Monday after
12-inch pair Blue Can
ton Vases, value $10.00,
12 inch Chop Plate,
value $6.00, sale . . $3.95
7-inch Salad Bowl,
value $7.00, sale . .$4.95
Opposite W. O. W.
REPORTS FROM PHYSICIANS
Dr. James Weaver, Lea, Utah! 1 have
found nothing in my SO roar practice to
Dr. W. A. Line, Wsst Baden. Init T ase
Adler-i-ka ia my practice and bar found
nothing to exeel it."
Dr. F. M. Prettyman. Mallard. Minn.i "1
use Adler-i-ka ia all bowel eases and have
beea very successful with it. Bom ease re
quire only on dose."
Druggist D. Hawks, Goshen, Ind.: "On.
of our leading doctor ha used Adler-i-ka
in ease of stomach trouble with wonderful
usees. He haa not loat a patient and saved
J. E. Puckett, Gillham. Ark.: "1 had bad
stomach trouble. After taking Adler-i-ka
feel better than for twenty years. Haven't
language to express the awful Impurities
which were eliminated from my system."
Cora E. Noblett, Sageeyah. Ok la.: "Thanks
to Adler-i-ka I can sleep all night now.
Something I could not do for years."
Mr. L. A. Austin. Ausland. Minn.t "1
could not eat a thing, my stomach waa so
weak, Adler-i-ka mad me feel better and
am now able to work and gaining."
Adler-i-ka la sold only by th leading
druggiat in each city.
Sold in Omaha only by Sherman A Me
Ctennell Drug Cow loth and Dodge; Beaton
Drug Co., Hta and Farnam: Yatee Drug Col,
ltn and Chicago, -larougnom neDraaka by
the leading druggist ia each city. Adv. .
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noon at the home of Mrs. G. W
Mrs. Chester Nieman has returned
from Colorado Springs.
The Happy Hollow matinees foi
children will be held hereafter on
Thursday instead of Tuesday after
DeSttrscl the original saattair
I1bM, aperatra oa aa entirely d li
ferent priaelpl trorn any tan
method. It roaa hair of It vital
ity y artackUs- It under the akla.
Only aenulne DeMtraela haa a
BtaaeT-haek sraaiaatea la each
package. At toilet eenntera la COe,
$1 and S3 alaea, or by aaaD from
na In alala wrapper oa receipt .
FREE book with teatlaioalate at
""aia;aat aataorttiea ex
plain what eanaea hair Ob faea,
neck and arm a, why It laereaaoa
and how DeHlnaele derltallaea It,
nulled la plain aealed envelop oa
reqneot. DeBflraele, Park Atc. and
12th St. New York. .
This Makes the Curl
Stay in Your Hair
Th lUmcrin method of curling th hair
is unusually popular Just now, according to '
th druggist. This ia largely due to th
warm weather and because women are now
pending so much of their time out of doors.
Liquid sllmerins not only produces th love
liest, natural looking curls and wares, but it
keeps the hair in curl no matter how hot
or how moist th day, or how hard th
It is simply wonderful how this harm
less liquid convert th straigbtest, Iankeat '
hair into such pretty curly locks ia a single
night. All one need do 1 to wet a clean
tooth brush with liquid sllmerins at bedtime,
draw this through th hair, and ia th
morning ah finds her hair ha dried in
just th iwectest waves and crinkle. A
few ounces will keep the hair curly for
many week. It will also keep it beautifully
soft, silky and lustrous. Adv. .
SHE USED TO
Society Ladies Everywhere
Use "La Creole" Hair
The well known society leader's hair
was prematurely gray, perhaps just
like yours, but Mrs. J heard of
"La Creole" Hair Dressing how .
thousands of people everywhere had
used it with perfect satisfaction. It
is not a .dye, but a preparation de
signed especially for the purpose of
gradually restoring color to gray or ,
faded hair, and which is easily applied
by simply combing or brushing
through the hair. "La Creole" Hair
Dressing positively eradicates dan- 1
druff, keeps the scalp in a healthy
condition nd promotes the growth of
new hair; brings baek a natural, soft, f
even,, dark shade to gray or faded ;.
hair, and makes it lustrous, full of life
"LA CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING
to prevent your hair from growing
trrav ana to restore a beuatiful dark
color to gray or faded hair. For sale
by Sherman & McConnell Drug :
Stores and all good drug stores every
where. Mail orders from out-of-town
customers filled promptly upon re-
ceipt oi regular price, $1.20. "La
Creole" Hair Dressin? i anM nn
money-back guarantee. Adv. '
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
devoted to the exclusive treat
ment of select mental cases re
quiring for a time watchful care
and special nursing.
Quickly and Pleasantly
Relieved by Inhalatum
- The Breath of Relief." .
Carry the little inhaler with you
and there'll be no worry over these
dreaded afflictions. Just take a
breath Of the- pleasant prepara
tion now and then and relief is
yours. No drugs to tak internally. .
Complete Outfit, $1.10
May be had at leading druggists,
or by mail upon receipt of price
The Inhalatum Chemical Co, r
Colorado Springs, Cola,
1212 Farnam St . TeL Doug 353.
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