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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 29 1919.
Oh, woman! in our hours of ,
Uncertain, coy, and bard to pleat.,
When pain and anguish wilnj ths brow,
A mlniaUring anf.l thou I Scott.
Woman! thou lovtllMt gift that bar Wow
Man can racaiva, or Provtdaaca baatow.
1 k 1 .;
V, Mr. and Mr. James Foster will
- leave soon to spend the summer in
Kansas and Illinois.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Banister have
purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Harris on 38th avenue. i
' Mrs. Roscoe McGrew is spending
few days with Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
j 'McGrew on her way to WyominR.
Robert Wylie has left to spend
the summer in Wyoming.
-: Miss Elinor Kountze will leave
i the first of the week for Miss Por
;utia Swett's summer camp at Steam--
"oat Springs, Colo.
Mrs. Ward Rurgress left Friday
4-.o spend the summer at Wianno, j
.Mass. Mr. liurgess will join her at
Albany and they will motor to
,'eT" A baby boy was born Thursday to
;,Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Helbert at Stew
i? Mrs. Alexander Pollack has re
ly turned) from a six months' visit in
!I,Havanna. Cuba, where she was the
'"guest of her son, Mark A. Pollack.
r Mrs. Thomas Dugher and daugh
ter, Bernice, leave Sunday for
.Beemer, Neb., where they will spend
CLtwo weeks at the home of Mr. and
ij'Mrs. George McNamara.
Miss Katherinc Krug, who has
If been the guest of Miss Luella Pe
r. tcrson, and Miss Alice Coad, will
remain with Miss Peterson until
j after Miss Coad's wedding, which
;will occur in the early part of Au
jV A son was born Saturday at St.
;;!joseph's hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
'' Mrs. Homer Race, with her daugh
ter, Miss Mary, and her sons. Wes
nley and Robert, have gone to Palmer
ft Lake, Cold., where they will re
.v.'main two months.
C Mr. William Poppleton will arrive
f-Sunday from the east, to visit Mrs.
PvV. C. Shannon. Mr. Poppleton has
h been attending the Salisbury school
Mr. and Mrs. George "B. Thummel
3iave taken a home at 3560 Jackson
ES MV and f r Howard Rushton
.have reoocned their home at 5101
fr and Mrs. T. E Stevens are
st the Washington hotel. Washing
H Mra fjpnrcr Thummel will leave
,soon for Wyoming, to spend a few
jdays with her Uattgnter, Mrs. rrea
perick Clarke, and on her return will
Ul leave for Richard's Landing, Can
ada, accompanied by Miss Kath
arine Thummel and Mr. Thummel.
Philip Munch and sister, Mary,
'have come from Canada to attend
y'jhc first holy mass of their cousin,
father Ethrem Munch. They are
,kihe guests of their aunt, Mrs.
ill Joseph Munch.
m Mrs. L. F. 'Crofoot left Saturday
51 for her summer home at North "Fast
"-Harber, Me., where her son, Lut'.o-T'-vic,
who has been attending Exeter,
!"will join her.
,Ii! Miss Eugenia Patterson is the
J guest of her sister, Mrs. Livingston
u Fairbank of Chicago and with Mrs.
l Fairbank will spend a few days here
!' with Mr. D. C. Patterson.
I Mrs. Georee M. Durkee and
j,' daughter, Ruth, will leave soon for
J" Tllr. Fritz Bucholz has returned
iHrom Yale university, where he
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grauuaicu several wccks ago.
The marriage of Miss Mabel Hay
ward and Mr. W. J. (Finnegan took
place Saturday morning, June 21, at
Sacred Heart church. The Reverend
Father P. J. Judge officiated.
Miss Josephine Finnegan, sister
of the groom was bridesmaid. Mr.
Finnegan was attended by W. M.
Garren as best man.
Miss Finnegan wore a dainty
gown of pale pink organdy and a
large georgette hat to match. Her
flowers were tiny pink rosebuds. The
bride's gown was of white satin and
tricolette. Her long tulle veil made
in cap effect just touched the hem of
her gown. She carried a large show
er bouquet of Ophelia roses.
Following the ceremony a wed
ding breakfast was served for rel
atives at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
V. M. Ekdahl. Mr. and Mrs. Finne
gan have gone to Minnesota for
their honeymoon. They will be at
home in Omaha after September 1st.
1 the Phi Gamma Delta .fraternity
. 1 , . - it n
convention, wnicn openea june ;.
Mr. L. F. Crofoot has gone to
Boston to attend the-Eastern Yacht
club cruise. He will return in the
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Gifford have
returned from New York and have
h taken the Ross Towle home until
? their own home on Thirty-eighth
5!' avenue is completed.
Mrs. T. C. Byrne, accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Byrne,
"Jeave Monday for Atlantic Gty
Mrs. William Fitigerald of Troy, N.
X, expects to join them later.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hopewell
a v vnauiaii a ws v. vi 111 iiiaua svb
gurday, enroute to Chicago to attend
Mrs. Harry J. Haskell left Satur
day for St. Louis, where she will
spend 10 days visiting her brothers.
Andrew and Charles Anderson.
Miss Carita O'Brien entertained
five tables of bridge at her home
Miss Caroline Summers of Wash
ington is at the Blackstone.
Mrs. Wilson Low left Thursday
for Glacier Park, Mont., and Mr
Low" will join her at Eaton's Ranch,
Wyo., for the month of August.
One quart of string beans, one
quart of green tomatoes, four green
peppers, one quart green cucum
bers, one quart of small white
onions, one quart of cauliflower.
Cut in small pieces and soak over
night in weak brine. In the morn
ing let come to a boil and cool.
Drain off brine and add the follow
ing: Five tablespoonfuls : of mus
tard, one - tablespoonful (scant)
tumeric powder, one and a half
cupfuls sugar, one cupful flour, two
quarts of vinegar. In boiling vine
gar add mustard, flour, sugar and
Notice to Bondholders
Persons throughout the State of
Nebraska and adjoining states hold
ing bonds secured by first mortgage
on the hotel building in course of
construction by the North American
Hotel Company at- Grand Island, Ne
braska, are asked to correspond with
the Secretary of the- Grand Island
Commercial Club. -
The Bankers Realty Investment
Company, designated by the trust deed
as a holder of the interest collected is
badly involved. The North American
Hotel Company is wholly insolvent.
Bondholders should protecttheir in
terests. The building is incomplete
and the builders have indicated their in
tention to leave it so. -
Executive Committee, Grand Island
G. S. OTIS, Secretary.
Miss Lena Miller and Miss Bird
Llndsey left on Monday to join
friends at Blanchard. They will
then proceed to Columbus to attend
Mrs. A. E. McLaughlin, Mrs. J.
R. Wilson and children have re
turned from Excelsir Springs.
Mrs. G. A. Lacy entertained the
Oakland avenue chapter of St.
Paul's guild at her home on BluS
street on Monday afternoon. The
meeting was well attended and the
afternoon was spent in an informal
way. Mrs. Fuller of St. Mary's
chapter was a guest. Mrs. Lacy was
assisted in serving by Mrs. William
Koehler. It has been decided to
hold the July and August meetings
out of doors, either at the lake or
in the parks.
J. C. Hanse and Miss Louise
Harsch of this city were quietly
married on Tuesday at Glenwood by
Rev. Evans, pastor of the Con
gregational church of that city.
They were acompanied by A. L.
English and Miss Wilhelmina
Harsch, sister of the bride. Mr.
Hansen was connected with the
Citizens Gas and Electric company
fori some years but is now asso-i-ated
with Greenshields and Everest.
He will now go to Clarinda as
manager of the light and power
campany under Frank Everest as
receiver. The bride , has been in
charge of the insurance department
of Greenshields and Everest for
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leuch have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Ella Mae, to Fred L.
Preuter, of Dysart. The ceremony
was performed on Thursday, June
19. Mr. and Mrs. Preuter will re
main at the home of her parents
until after the arrival of her two
brothers from overseas.
The ladies of the Dodge Engin
eers met at the library on Monday,
to complete plans for the picnic in
honor of Company B, who are ex
pected here at any time, Raymond
Smith spoke on the advantages of
the organization of a women's aux
iliary to the Rainbow post, to be
composed of the members of the
women's military clubs of the city.
One of the most charming of dou
ble weddings took place Wednesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Underwood, when their two
daughters were united in marriage.
Miss Mary to Albert Peterson of
Omaha and Miss Margaret to John
Casson of Omaha. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. George A.
Ray. The parlors, hall and stairs
were beautiful with roses, ferns and
garden flowers. The brides were
gowned in white georgette and car
ried bridal roses. Miss Olga Peter
sen of Omaha played the wedding
march. Forty guests were served
at the wedding dinner which follow
ed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Pe
tersen will live in Omaha and Mr.
and Mrs. Casson will make their
home on a farm near Neola.
A quiet home wedding took place
Wednesday afternoon, when Miss
Mary Gregg and L. Harold McCau
ley were united in marriage. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. J.
L. Blanchard of the First Congre
gational church. Mrs. McCauley is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Gregg and Mr. McCauley is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. John McCauley of,
Neola. After a short wedding trip
they will make their home in this
Miss Madeline Rittenburg, daugh
ter of J. D. Rittenburg, and George
Franklin Bailey were united in mar
riage on Thursday evening at the
home of the bride's father. Rev.
Netherway of the Bethany Presby
terian church officiated. Miss Edna
Hansen of Bentley played the wed
ding march and Miss Ethel Ells
worth sang "Perfect Day." Miss
Irene Petersm, niece of the groom,
acted as flower girl. The bride is
a graduate of Grinnell and has been
a teacher in the public schools of
the county for some years. The
groom is foreman at the Monarch
manufacturing plant. Mr. and Mrs.
Bailey will make their home in this
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Albright and
children of Rock Rapids are the
guests of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J.' L.
Blanchard. Mrs. Albright is a niece
of Mrs. Blanchard.
Dr. Mary Jones has just returned
from a short visit in Chicago.
Mrs. Lillie Lauree and grandson
of Ogden, Utah, are guests at the
heme of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bour
icius. Miss Eva Svantner of Primrose.
Neb., and Miss Wilma Garwood of
Carroll have returned home after
spending a week s the guests of
Miss Grace bmith.
Mrs. Sadie Rector w;ill leave soon
to spend several months in Califor
nia. Portuguese officers and soldiers in
France during the war have, to the
number of about 100, married
By Gertrude Beresford.
English print is the name under
which the softer weaves of calico
are traveling1 this summer. The
charm of this material is particular
ly well exploited on the youthful
figures of young girls. These frocks
are mostly trimmed with picturesque
fichus of organdie, either self
ruffled or trimmed with lace. Broad
sashes of organdie tie in bows and
long streamers at the back. The
frock carries a new suggestion for
trimming a fichu of organdie in the
band of tucks outlined with yal
insertion. This tucking continues
into a sash, which is cut in one with
the fichu, or which may be attachced
to it at the underarm seam. The
I and edged with val insertion. The
! gown itself is made in the plain
est way. The sleeves are sewed
in and the skirt is gathered to a
belt f the material. The design
of this print is particularly pleasing.
A ground of coral pink is blocked
in white and scattered with tiny
Omaha's New Store
Special Sale Prices for
Monday and Tuesday in Our
GROCERY and MEAT DEFT.
( (ri. H.Harper
I 17th and lirwrrri a. I I
, V Ftatiron B.. I
Per Dozen I
Rhubarb and Cherry Pie
Cut rhubarb fine and put in oven
to dry. Cover a deep plate with
rich crust, put in a layer of rhu
barb and a layer of strawberries.
Repeat till level ull, add a heaping
cupful of sugar and a few pieces of
butter. Cover with upper crust
and bake like an apple pie.
Dainty Fruit Salad.
Line a salad bowl with crisp let
tuce leaves. Fill the bowl with
shredded pineapple, orange sec
tions and stoned dates or pre
served cherries. Chill and serve
without mustard and to which half
a cupful of cream, whipped, has
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1 OMAHA jl,rmnm
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:OMHERCIAl PRINTERS -LITHOGRAPHERS STEEL DIE EMBOSSERS
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Advo orree r amous crew
The airships now come into play
Suggesting "picnics" some hot day
The lunch will scarcely be complete,
Unless you carry on the seat,
When sailing 'mongst the clouds of blue,
Some ADVO COFFEE, FAMOUS BREW.
You'll find the Dipper's not so slow
'Bout asking for a drink, you know,
And Mars will fight and challenge you
To get a drink of FAMOUS BREW,
So "be prepared" and with your crew
Take ADVO COFFEE, FAMOUS BREW.
Call up your Grocer! Right away!
"Send ADVO COFFEE-No delay!
I want, when in the clouds of blue.
Good ADVO COFFEEFAMOUS BREW."
(Copyright, 1915. P. J. Hoel.)
Fancy Select Eggs. Only One Dozen To a Custo
mer. The Very Best Eggs We Can Buy
Pure Cane Sugar. 10 lbs. for 94c.
Only 10 lbs. to a customer.
Many other specials in our grocery department.
Hamburger, per lb 20c
Round Steak, per lb 25c
Sirloin Steak, per lb 33c
Pot Roast,. per lb 20c
L MHH. Harper jj
If 17th and Howard Sti.,
I Flatiron BldgV , , (
J, A. MARKWELL
My new office parlors, sixtK floor, Pax
ton block, are now ready for inspection.
Nothing has been spared to add com
fort and convenience to these chiropractic
rooms, where the patient may relax in com
fort and quietude after receiving adjust
ments. Individual Attention
is given to each patient and such is the ar
rangement of the retiring rooms, that priv-.
acy is assured at all times. I cordially invite
both my patients and the public to call
either professionally or informally.
J. A. MARKWELL
SIXTH FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCK
PHONE DOUGLAS 9244
AVING successfully completed the State
Board Examinations for Liscensed
Embalmers and Funeral Directors, Mr.
Silas Johnson, of the Western Funeral Home,
announces to the public his further future
QUALITY SERVICE and the same MOD
Mr. Johnson has been a resident of Omaha
for the past 30 years he is widely known in
the city, and his honesty, fidelity and integrity
in his dealings with the public is impeachable
THE FUNERAL HOME and MORTUARY
is ideally located and is conveniently situated
on two car lines; the edifice is artistically
placed back on a beautiful, well-kept lawn
with flower beds, shrubbery and shade trees,
and is the last word in architectural concession
and construction. Mrs. Johnson, with her
personality and untiring efforts, adds largely
to the efficiency of the institution Mrs. John
son is present at all services
We are here to better serve the public.
Our Motto: "QUALITY SERVICE AND
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Open Day and Night.
2518 Lake St Telephone Webster 248.
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