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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1918.
Conducted by Ella Fleishman
Athletic Club's Opening
Takes Place of Ball on
By royal decree, King Ak hat de
prived his loyal subjects of the coro
nation ball and the social prospects
began to look dull gray, indeed. But
with the opening of the new Athletic
club, the gray clouds are tinged with
rose and we will scarcely miss the
usual crowning of the king and queen
in the midst of all the festivities.
A very important committee meet
ing took place Tuesday at the new
club when the plans for the formal
opening were discussed. The men
will give us only a hint of the details
and they laugh tantalizingly when
questioned. We have visions of a
very formal dinner dance, however,
and it is safe to say that every Oma
ha matron and maid will perhaps plan
a filmy new gown in spite of war
Mr. John C. Wharton did tell Melli
ficia that the grand opening will last
for a week and special features have
beep planned for every evening. All
summer we have been hearing of the
beauties of the new club, visions of
cozy tea rooms, sparkling pools, and
stately ball rooms, have been filling
our minds and now in the cool, Octo
ber days the great doors are to swing
Many women have been heard to
regret that there is to be no ball, for
we all know that "all work and no
play makes Jack a dull boy," but with
a prospect in view of a whole week
of jollification, how can one feel sad?
Home-Made Cookies for Soldiers.
Pie-filled to their utter satisfaction,
soldiers stationed hereabouts are now
to be provided with all the home -
made cookies they can eat. An open
jar, "mother's cookie jar," will be
placed in the Khaki club and it is the
purpose of girls of the ( Lafayette
club, one of the Patriotic League
clubs, to keep the jar always full.
Realizing the enormity of the task,
they have called on girls of all the
other patriotic clubs to assist them.
The first "cookie day" waits only the
procuring of a large enough jar.
Camp Library Inspector Here.
N. F. Dudgeon, secretary of the
Wisconsin State Library association,
and loaned to the government to
serve as camp library inspector, is
spending the day in Omaha. Follow
ing a tour of inspection with Miss
Edith Tobitt, local director of the
post libraries at Fort Crook. Platts
mouth range. Fort Omaha and Flor
ence Field, Mr. Dudgeon made a
brief talk at the Young Women's
Christian association speakers' insti
tute. For Overseas Service.
Word was received at State Red
Cross headquarters Tuesday of the
acceptance for overseas service of
Mrs. Margaret F. Quinlan, Miss Nell
O'Donnell and Miss Helen N. King.
Mrs. Quinlan and Miss O'Donnell are
accented for clerical work and Miss
King will do canteen work.
Mrs.-Walter Silver, chairman of
sureical dressings, and Mrs.. A. H,
Fetters, assistant, are home from
Colorado and spent Tuesday with the
other assistant, Miss Margaret Smith.
at the Masonic building shop prepar
ing for the opening of the work
rooms, September 3.
L PERSONALS J
Miss Mary A. Fitch returned Tues
day from Boulder, Colo., where she
has been spending the summer. Mrs.
Fitch has been spending the summer
with her other daughter, Mrs. C. E.
Johannes. Mrs. and Miss Fitch will
open their apartment in the Colonial
A son was born Tuesday in the
Stewart Maternity hospital to Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Miller, 2526 Jefferson
street, South Side. The father is now
stationed at Fort Omaha. Arthur
Lawrence is the name chosen for the
Mrs. L, J. Herzog and daughter,
Carita, and Mr. N. Ackerman of Lin
coln, motored to Omaha Tuesday to
spend the day with Mrs. Samuel Katz.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Milliken are
moving today into their new home
it Thirty-fifth street and Poppleton
Mr. George Hazen returned from a
buying trip to New York, Monday.
Mrs. W. C. Dean is spending sev
eral weeks at Hot Springs, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rose motored
to Herman, Neb., Sunday. Mr. Rlose
returned Monday, but the family will
remain a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowell ar
rived home this morning from New
York, where they bid Miss Mona
Cowell goodby and she is now on her
way to France.
Mrs. George A. Showers, who lives
it the Wellington Inn, wilh return
Friday after a two months' stay in
Miss Nora Neal left Tuesday eve
ning for New York to be gone about
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Foye and Mr.
and Mrs. R. F Kloke have returned
from Alexandria, Minn., where they
have spent the summer.
Mrs. Roy N. Towl is in Chicago to
spend a few weeks with her sister,
Miss Eva Renwick, before the latter
goes overseas as a Red Cross nurse.
Mr. Towl expects to join Mrs. Tow!
in Chicago the end of the week.
Mrs. Isaac W. Carpenter is expect
ed home Saturday from Pine River.
Miss Katherine Reynolds has re
turned from a three weeks' motor
trip through Estci Park.
I Red Cross Warehouse
Staff Adopts Orphan
Red Cross state inspection ware
house has adopted a French war
orphan and given Madam A. M Borg
lum the honor of choosing the little
lady to be mothered by the warehouse
Mrs. Howard Baldrige has pledged
$10 a year for the care of the child
and will add one hour a day to her
working day and call it the "orphan's
hour." Mrs. W. J. Mettlin. head of
the surgical dressings department.
Mrs. J. L. Kennedy, head of the hos
pital supplies, and Mrs. H. E. New
branch of the knitting department
have each pledged $10 for their de
partments. Mrs. Franklin A. Shotwell, comfort
kit censor, who originated the idea,
will make and sell "Annette and Rene
tin" charms and give all the money to
the little French girl who lives in the
land where Annette and Renetin do
tight wire dancing and are said to
have the nimblest feet in all of France.
These charms of silk and yarn enable
the wearer to dance out of harm's
way as easily as Annette and Renetin
dance across the wires at the Follies
Berger in Paris.
Five dollars worth of these little
manikins were sold at the warehouse
Tuesday morning. Workers plan a
Christmas box for their new ward
and are as enthusiastic and competent
as "Parriens" to the war orphan, as
they are in doing the sort of work
that makes Nebraska 100 per cent
perfect in Red Cross work.
Quarantine May Mean No Dance.
Owing to the fact that Florence
field is under quarantine, the Com
rade club dancing party which is
scheduled for September 7 at this
post may have to be postponed. If
the quarantine is 1 : ed the affair will
take place, if not the next party will
be given at Fort Omaha, Septem
The salvage department needs
more women and girls to drive the
truck. No heavy work is entailed, as
men are provided to do lifting and
Mrs. Beaton Weds.
Mrs. Edith Orcutt Beaton, widow
of the late A. J. Beaton, and George
W. Utendorfer of Omaha were mar
ried in Tacoma, Wash., last week.
They are now at the Tacoma hotel,
where they will remain for the bal
ance of the summer.
Announcement of the marriage
comes as a distinct surprise to Omaha
friends. Whether the newly married
pair will return to Omaha to make
their home friends do not know.
The bride is a member of the pio
neer Orcutt family, of much promi
nence socially. A sister, Mrs. Louis
Jacques, resides in Chicago, and the
third of the Orcutt sisters, Mrs. Ar
thur Keeline, passed away last year.
Mr. Beaton was a brother of
Charles, Jack and Paul Beaton.
Grandson Born to Calvins.
A little son was born to Capt. and
Mrs. James B. Austin Thursday, Au
gust 22. Captain Austin is "some
where in France" with the Third di
vision of the 38th infantry and does
not yet know of the birth of his boy.
The baby is a grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Calvin. Both mother and
boy are reported to be doing well.
Mrs. H. T. Winget announces the
marriage of her daughter. Miss Besse
Winget, to H. G. Schaeffer. The
ceremony was performed by Father
Halleck of St. Barnabas Episcopal
church August 22. After the cere
mony the couple left for an extended
trip in the west
Wed in Washington.
Mrs. John Kelly announces the mar
riage of her daughter, Mabel, to Dr.
Charles Frandsen, which took place
Advice to the Lovelorn
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
Will you please tell me how I can Be
cure a government position and what
schooling one has to have? Also how
old? -Mis T.
In the first place, to secure a gov
ernment position you must be quali
fied to hold it Tou do n say
whether you are a stenographer, a
nurse, a clerk, or whether you have
any training of any kind.
If you are competent and have had
training and experience in any line of
business, you can probably find work
to do for the government Apply to
Miss O'Brien, head of the women's
division in the Co-operative Employ
ment bureau, located in the Douglas
county court ho Le. There are differ
ent classes of work. Also different
schooling or training is required for
different classes of work.
t Forget Him.
Dear Miss Fairfax, "miha
Being very Interested in your advice
column, I come to you with my trou
bles. About two years ago I met a
young man, who afterwards came to
see me quite often; he claimed to
think a great deal of me.
About six months after our meeting
I went away to business school. Dur
ing the school term this young man
came to see me quite often and would
take me to shows, and several times
he took me to dinner. I grew very
fond of him and, in fact was much
in love with him.
One day some busybody told him
something, whether it concerned me
or just what I could never find out,
nor even find out who the person was
that told It, but after that he did not
come to see me, nor even write to me.
If I met him on the street he would
speak, but never stop to talk with me.
A short time after that he enlisted in
the army and left without saying
Now, Miss Fairfax, 1 would like to
know Just what you would dj In a
case like this? I am very much m
By DADDY The
. CHAPTER IV.
Lonesome Bear's Revenge. j
(Peggy, eeeking to aid Luneauin Bear,
who la captured by tramps, finds beraelf a
prlaonar. The blrda and Hilly Belgium
coma to her reacue. Billy geta the tramps'
tun, while the Woodpeckera cut the bara
ot Peggy's cage ao aha can break out.)
HE tramps were completely up
set by Billy Belgium s surprise
attack. They shook and they !
shivered as they held their hands high
in the air. Tags was the first to re-:
cover from the shock. ' I
"It's only a boy," he growled, "and
we are five to one."
HDont forget to count the gun,
Billy Belgium reminded him. "A boy
and a gun might be able to muss up
five tramps a whole lot."
Tags had started to let his hands
drop, but as Billy Belgium said this
the gun moved a bit in Tag's direction
and he sent his hands up as quick as
"Princess Peggy, will you see if
they have any knives or pistols about
them?" asked Billy.
Peggy wasn't anxious to go near
the tramps, but she gathered up her
courage and did as Billy Belgium
directed. Two of the tramps had pis
tols, she found, and all had knives.
These she brought to Billy Belgium
He looked carefully at the pistols.
"They are not loaded," he said. "Put
them on the box."
Peggy piled the weapons on top of
what had been her prison cell.
"Line up," shouted Billy to the
tramps and they quickly formed a
row. The shotgun was getting heavy
for Billy Belgium and he rested the
barrel on a tree stump, keeping the
muzzle pointed so menacingly at the
tramps, however, that they did not
dare lower their hands.
"What are we going to do with
them?" whispered Feppy.
"I wish I knew," Uiliy Belgium
"I'll hold court and try them, sug
gested Judge Owl, who, with the
other Birds had flocked into the clear
ing. "I sentence them all to be
"Who'll do the spanking?" asked
"I'll thump them on the head.' vol
unteered Blue Heron, picking up a
"Let me bite 'em on the ear," put
in General Swallow.
"And I'd like the nose of that chap
who was singing about 'four and
twenty blackbirds baking in a pie,'"
rasped Red Wing Blackbird.
. "That's it, let's make them into a
potpie," spoke up Killdeer, "but I
don't know who would want to eat
"Feed it to the Crows and poison
them. I declare war on the Crows "
hooted Brownie Owl, who couldn't
Complete the letters of Simon's
of a president. Answer to
Sunday in Washington, D. C. Dr.
Frandsen, who is assistant surgeon in
the U. S. naval reserve force, is sta
tioned at Newport, R. I., and as he
was unable to obtain a leave of ab
sence, Mrs. Kelly accompanied her
daughter to Washington, where the
ceremony was performed. Mrs. Frand
sen will remain at Newport while Dr.
Frandsen is on shore duty.
love with the man and it grieves me
to think I cannot find the trouble so
as to be able to go with him again.
I-leose answer In The Daily Bee, as I
am very anxious to have your opinion
on the matter. DAISY.
Aren't you taking a good deal for
granted? How do you know someone
told the young man something about
you? It would seem impossible that
a young man, if he really cared for
you, would take the word of some
third person without giving you a
chance to defend yourself unless he
had reason to believe it to be true.
The average young man does not be
lieve unkind tales brought to him
about his girl friends. It is more
than likely that he was growing weary
of you, and people do of each other,
especially when both are very young.
Perhaps If you look back over past
Girls! Make beauty lotion at
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Squeeze the juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing three ounces
of orchard white, shake well, and
you have a quarter pint of the best
freckle and tan lotion and complex
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Your grocer has the lemons and
any drug store or toilet counter will
supply three ounces of orchard white
for a few cents. Massage this sweet
ly fragrant lotion into the face, neck,
arms and hands each day and see
how freckles and blemishes disanpear
and how clear, soft and white the
skin becomes. Yes! It is harmlpss
"IIELri HEur! HE'S .JUEEZ
ING ME TO DEATH!"
forget the time the Crows walled him
up in the clay bank.
"No, I think the tramps ought to
be roasted instead of baked," declared
Mrs. Bob White. "That would pay
them for all the Quail they have eat
en. Judge Owl here puffed out his chest
"Theae peaky trampa are awful arampa,
I think If we all agr?o,
If we do right, we'll lock them tight
Within a hollow tree."
"That's the idea," shrieked Reddy
Woodpecker, "and when we've locked
them in the tree we'll let Judge Owl
bore them to death by recit.ng his
poetry to them."
Judge Owl looked solemnly at
Reddy Woodpecker, then winked at
Peggy as he replied:
"Oh, Reddy ha a ready wit,
'Twould make a monkey have a fit,
But In hta head there's nothing more
Than Just talk to make me aore."
"Say, we're getting tired of stand
ing this way. Why don't you do some
thing?" growled Tags.
"You'd get more tired if you were
drilling in the army," retorted Billy
"If you will please set me free, I'll
tell you what to do," said Lonesome
"Oh, I'd forgotten you were chained
up," cried Peggy, running to release
him. "What's your plan?"
"I think it would be nice to hug
them, to kiss them, to dance with
them, to play with them, and go swim
sign they will spell the name
previous puzzle HUDSON
events you will remember that his
interest had been waning for some
time. At any rate, it would do you no
good to pursue him and try to find
out the trouble, for he evidently does
not care for your friendship any
longer. Forget him while he is gone
and perhaps someone more worthy
will come along. And don't make
the mistake of thinking people are
talking about you. Nine times out of
ten when you think they are discuss
ing you they are really thinking and
talking of the war or their own af
fairs, or something much more vital
Alkali In Soap
.' Bad For th
Soap should be used very carefully,
if you want to keep your hair look
ing its best. Most soans and pre
pared shamnoos contain too much al
kali. This dries the scaln, makes the
hair brittle, and ruins it
The best thin or for steady use is just
ordinary mulsified cocotnut oil
(which is pure and greaseless), and
is better than the most expensive
soan or anything else you can use.
One or two teasrjoonfuls will
cleanse the hair and scalp thorough
ly. Simply moisten the hair with
water and rub it in. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
which rinses out easilv, removing
every particle of dust. dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hsir dries
quiVkly and evenly, and it leaves the
scalp soft and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and
easv tq manatre.
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
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a few onncs will supply every mem
ber of the family for months. Adv.
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A eompirt, new adventure oac-ti k
beginning Monday ind .idlng Saturday
ming with them," suggested Lone
some Bear very mildly, but with a
look in his eye that made Peggy won
der what he was thinking about.
"No, no!" cried all the Birds.
"Yes, yes," whined Lonesome Bear.
"I think I ought to have my way, for
I'm the one they treated the worst.
With that Lonesome Bear rushed at
Tags and threw his paws around him j
in a mighty hug.
Then Peggy understood that Lone
some Bear s suggestion wasn t so
kindly as it seemed.
As Tags howled, Lonesome Bear
began to kiss him dog-fashion, rub
bing his big, rough tongue over Tags' j
face. The tramp yelled louder than '
ever at this. j
Then Lonesome Bear waltzed him i
around, stepping on his toes, and ,
finally falling over him. Down went
Tags, with Lonesome Bear on top of i
him. Lonesome Hear was heavy, and
Tags gave a loud grunt as the wind
was knocked out of him. Over and
over rolled Lonesome Bear with Tags
tight in his paws, and every time Lone
some Bear came on top Tags gave
another grunt. His breath was so
squeezed out of him he couldn't yell.
Finally, Lonesome Bear rolled Tags
up to the brink of the river bank, am!
of a sudden they went over into the
water, plunging beneath the surface.
When they came up. Lonesome Bear
used his scratchy paw to give Tarn's
face a good scrubbing, following this
by ducking the tramp again and again
until Peggy thought the knave would
(In (he net chapte- Peggy provea to the
tramp that they are Huna, and they near
ly eernpe. )
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The discriminating high school
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The old U. P. Steam Belong Company
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