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THE BEE: .OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY "4, 1919.
SanMttOM virtu UrvM whila vie 1
What taaaT U th rrward at virtu bread?
Ti ael tht maay aath thai nalca th truth t
But tha plain abifl ow, that ia vow'd trua.
The marriage of Miss Erma
Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Jones, and Robert York took
place Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of the bride's parents.
They were married before a mound
of pink Killarney roses and palm's.
; Dr. A. . Ernst performed the cere-
The bride was attended by Miss
, Marguerite Marshall, a sorority sis-
ter, as bridesmaid, who was gowned
in pink orgahdie and carried pink
Voses. The Misses Edith and Mabel
iaidberg wore dainty dresses of
pink and white and stretched white
The bride was gowned in a pretty
: summer dress of white brgandie and
carried a large shower bouquet of
brides roses. Her dainty tulle veil
was very short and was made in cap
The bridegroom was attended
by his brother, Lvmnce York, or
Oak Park, 111., as best man.
Mrs. Jones, mother of the bride-,
was gowned in white voile. Mrs.
-Emma York of Oak Park, 111., moth
er of the groom, who has been the
house guest of Miss Jones for the
last week, wore a grown of gyay
After a short honeymoon trip to
To Banish Wrinkles and
Freshen Up Quickly
Attn atrannoui day outdoors, when
. windi, beat and exhaustion have corn
bin .d to take away one't freahneai and
caused the akin to wrinkle and ear or
' after tadioai or fretful day indoors
one often has urgent need for some quick
rejuvenator. Maybe there's a dance on
for tha evening, or soma other social
event. How in the world can one make
herself presentable, looking1 a she doesT
It's quit easy. 1
Just get an ounce of powdered saxolite
and, half pint witch hazel at the nearest
drug store, mixthe two and bathe the
face in the solution for two or three min
utes. Then look into your mirror and be
hold the wonderful transformation I Wrin
kle have vanished, loose, tired muscles
have been rested and "firmed up," marks
of fatigue have flown, and you look so
much brighter and younger you can hardly
believ your eyes. No one need hesitate
to try this, the witch haiel and saxolite
s being so perfectly harmless. Adv.
was not more delicious than
which is baked with as much care and
solicitude as ever given by the old
fashioned housewife to the making of
a perfect loaf for her family.- And in
addition, our bread Has all the advan
tages which' modern equipment and
scientific methods bring. You are sure
''to like it Try a loaf today.
Wrapper! tal Scaled at Oar
The Jay Burns Baking Co.
A HOT WEATHER JOY
pleasing to the palates satisfying nourishing
relief from the heasytrter foods th
liver and texthe digestion-Shredded Wheat
Biscuit with bepies and other fruits.Try this
wholesome food, combination forafew days and
notice the return of mental buoyancyandphysical
alertness. Shredded Wheel is ready-cooked-no
kitchen work or worry.
Minnesota the young couple will
make their home in Omaha.
Mrs. Helen Nichols Bailey, widow
of the late Lieut. Ernest T.s Bailey,
who died in France last fall, and the
onlv dauehter of Mr. aod Mrs. F. B.
Nichols, 2S58 Fort street, Omaha,
was auietlv married at St. Louis
Mo.. Monday, June 23, to Mr. Earl
W. Frase, son of Bishop F. A. Frase
of Harrisburg, Pa Mr. Frase was
latelv discharged trom tne u. s,
naval srvice and had been visiting
friends ia Omaha. Mr. and Mrs.
Frase are spending a few days in
Omaha but intend later to spend
their honeymoon at Atlantic City,
N. J., after which they will visit Mr.
Frase's parents who are now living
in Minnesota. They expect to make
Omaha their future home after Mr.
Frase comoletes his course in medi
cine at Harvard university this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. James Adams an
nounce the marnaee of thefr daugh
ter, Helen, to James G. Vetter. The
ceremony took place lhursday
mornine at St. John's church.
Miss Adams is a graduate of
Park Place. Mr. Vetter is a medical
student at Creiehton Xiniversity.. -
The only attendants were Miss
Nellie Fodrea and Prof. Ferris of
Miss Virginia Shepherd and
Howard H. Head of Norfolk, Neb.,
were married July 1 at Winnetka, a
Mrs. E. L. Kingsbury of Omaha
is spending the week with Mrs. W.
C. Edmiston at Seymour Lake
Country club. i
Hostesses at the Ladies' Golf club
luncheon Wednesday were Mrs. Jul
ius Lyon, W. R. Overmire, R. L.
Reynolds and L. M. Holliday.
On account of the Fourth coining
on Friday, the regular Saturday
evening dance has been cancelled
this week. There will be a special
program ana aance on tne rourtn.
Among reservations for the dinner-dance
at Seymour July 4, are
Mr. Frank Graham, Springfield,
Neb. three; C F. Hazeltine, three;
H. M. Anderson, two;VF. J. Hartley,
three; E. E. Stanfield, two; W. T.
Cox, five. " '
Mtary (or Yofflr Protection.
By A. K.
What must he be
To win your heart?
Fair maiden j
"Oh I a warrior bold
With lots of gold - '
Blue eyes aad curly hair.
He must love but me
Be gay and free"
As the wild bird
On the wing. -
He must ranee as light
As Teddy Shawn -In
a Russian ballet.
He must read great books
And write them, too
He must rule the'world
With a frown
While I rule hfm
With a smile."
What must we have
To win your heart?
Oh! matron of twenty-five.
"A big, brave heart
And a little home
Just for us
To call our own.
' He nsed-not be
A warrior bold"- 1
Nor have blue eyes
, And curly hair.
I care not whether '
He rules the world
Or reads great books
Or is gay and free.
He need not be
A Teddy Shawn
Or dance in a Russian ballet,
But just meet me at night
With a smile."
What must-he give
To soothe your heart?
Oh widow of thirty years
You who have known
The best and worst
Who have loved
And won and lost
And played for all stakes
In the game of Life
You who have suffered
Smiles and tears
The first and the last
Serene she sat
In an easy chair
While memory played
On experience's harp.
She plucked a crimson rose
From the vase
Inhaled its perfume sweet
But never a word-- said she.
What must he give
To soothe your heart?
We prompted the lady fair.
Without emotion she turned
In her chair
"Alimony." - SELAH1
Miss Pauline Parmelee, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Parmelee,
entertained at the Carter Lake club
Tuesday afternoon in honor of her
14th birthday. Bathing was a fea
ture of the afternoon.
Those present were:
A. E. Parmelee.
Helen Cox ,
Entertaining at luncheon Wednes
day were: Sirs. A. S. Sorenson,
who had 12 guests; Mrs. A. R.
Mitchell, five; and the Carter Lake
Kensington Club, 32. Mrs. Willis
Crosby had eight guests at dinner
Wednesday evening. Mrs. C. E.
Tobin entertained 12 guests at
luncheon Thursday. A special din
ner dance -will be held the fourth
Miss Hall Chosen Secretary.
Miss Mabel Hall, president of the
Omaha Business Woman's clubs,
was made secretary of the state
Federation of Business Woman's
clubs, which was organized at Lin
coln, Tuesday, Miss Hall was tem
porary chairman during the organi
zation. She has been chosen as a
delegate to the first national con
vention of Business Woman's clubs,
which will be held in St. Louis, July
14 to J 8.
Athletic Club Roof Garden to Open
Wooded hills, a glimpse of the river like a silver ribbon winding
in and out, the blue haze of the hills far away, all this you may see
from the roof garden at the Athletic club. Long journeys, are un
necessary this summer for you may forget heat asid noise Ifar above
the busy streets and cool breezes will fan yo while you dine and dance.
This attractive out-door nook will open Saturday evening and
pretty girls and stalwart chaps will dance the fleeting hours away to
the allurement of jazzy tunes. Tiny little tables cozily set for two
with cunning lamps of shaded green, swinging flower baskets filled
with rosy geraniums ands vines, twinkling Japanese lanterns, all these
will greet you on the roof, garden.
Attractive rattan baskets filled with flowers. and in one secluded
corner a beautiful Japanese pergola, make this roof a veritable Mecca
these sultry evenings. Large tables with dainty decoration of garden
flowers will be placed under the swinging lanterns, and merry parties
'will partake of crisp salads and cool ices there.
The floor promises to be the very smoothest one to be found, and
all the followers of the great god Jazz may fox-trot to their heart's
content beneath the stars.
Advice to the Lovelorn
Love Comes Unbidden and, "To Love or Not We-Are
No More Free Than the Ripple to Rise and Leave
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX-
His Lost Friend.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
am a foolish boy, just as "very
lonesorne" says she is a foolish girl.
Last night when I read your column
I was surprised to find out that I
would just flf in the place f the
missing boy in "Very Lonesome's'1-
letter. I was in love about three
month with a girl. She played a
mean trick on me and it angered ine..
I liked the girl and am sure she
liked me. Now, what I want to
know is a little more about "Very
Lonesome." "Very Lonesome," if
you read this, please write some
more. (Give me a hint about who
you are, where you live, ete. Maybe
I am the boy how do you know I
am not? I go with other girls, but
never have a good time; all I think
of is my "lost friend." I also am
Miss Fairfax, I would certainly
thank you if you would print this in
your column as soon as possible, as
I am leaving town very soon.
The tragedies of youth are heart
breaking. I sincerely hope and trust
and pray that your lost friend 'will
see this letter and communicate with
You do not give me your name,
therefore I can help you only
publishing your letter.
Recommends Himself Highly.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
have been reading-your column for
some time, and as you give others
such splendid advice, perhaps you
can help me.
I am a young bachelor, am con
sidered good looking, &m well-to-do
and have a splendid education, as
I am a college graduate. I have
worked all my life, and as I now
have accumulated quite a fortune, I
think I am in a position to marry.
I have kept company with quite
a few girls, but never found one
who exactly suited me for a wife.
I met a girl in Omaha not long
ago and I took quite a fancy to her.
We spent a very enjoyable evening
and I would like to see or hear
from her again, but have lost her
address. She was a rather tall girl,
fair complexion, light hair and violet
eyes. Could you locate her for me?
Or, if you will publish this in The
Omaha Bee, perhaps she wiir see it
and write to me. I am farming,
and, as I am single, I have to keep
hired help to do my cooking and
housework, but they are far from
satisfactory, so I have decided to
get married if I can find the right
girl. Would ' you advise me to
I can give a girl a good home and
will make a good husband. She can
have everything that money can
buy. I get dreadfully lonesome
and would appreciate a wife and
companion. would not object to
a nice young widow if she had no
more than one or two children. You
can print my name and address, so
if any one wishes to. write to me I
would 1e pleased to hear. You may
think I am fooling, but I am in
Hoping to see this in print soon,
although it Is rather a long letter, I
F. KLEEMANN, Scrlbner, Neb.
Watch out or this violet-eyed
blonde will be suing you for breach
of promise should you decide that
she, like "the other girls you have
"kept company with," dpesn't "ex
actly" suit. Better have a' larger
maN box nailed to the front yard
gate because we suspect you will
hear from all the tall, fair-complex-ioned
girla In Omaha, who want a
steady job as cook; also from - a
goodly number of widows with not
exceeding two children. But we
warn you that though hired help
may be far from satisfactory, as you
gay, wives may B more so, espe
cially if chosen for their ability as
cooks or housekeepers.
Money No Object.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
sincerely ask your advice concern
ing myself. I am somewnat at
tractive and amy19. I am acquainted
with a man about 25 ytars of age.
He Js very wealthy, but the money
does not concern me, as I am deeply
in love with taim.
Do you think I woold be happy
ij I married him? He returns my
love,, but my folks are opposed to it.
Answer as soon as possible in
The Omaha Bee. Yours respect
fully, , ' E. R.
Why are your folks opposed to
the marriage? There must be a
reason. The abstract fact that the
man has money is nothing to his
discredit, and that is all you tell
me about him. His character, ha
nita and rtlRnnRitlnn signify much
much more than his financial status.
Heartbroken Tmt a Good Writer.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
read the "Advice to the Lovelorn"
every time I get the chance. This is
my trouble, please advise me:
I have been going wth a fellow
for a short time, about three months.
vc wm vnrv e-nnd to me during that
time and asked me to marry him.
Tm only 16 and don't want to get
married ror aooui tnree yeais yei.
He said he thought that was best,
but he hated to wait for me that
long. He is about six years older
than It am. I love him with all my
Mart, for that is the way to love.
I've loved him as long as I've known
Now, Miss Fairfax, we never told
anybody but my best chum, for we
thought we had gone together for
such a short time.
I got angry at him and wouldn't
speak, for he had taken my love as
nothing, my chum says, but I can
not and I will not believe it I-have
heart! several things about him. . He
told me all of his past life, but we
were going to believe in God, and
he was trying to do better all the
time for me. I would ask for his
forgiveness but for my guardian.
Now he is going with another girl.
My heart is nearly broken. What
shall I do? I can not forget him.
Pleace give me some advice.
How is-my writing?
Tm so glad you. ask about your
writing (which is neat and legible),
for it gives rtle hope that you will re
cover from you little love affair. The
facts you give are not definite enough
to use as a basis for conclusions, but
some general truths for you to re
member are: Sixteen is too young
for a girl to marry. Don't believe
what other people say against some
one you love. If there are ugly
truths to learn, the person himself
will reveal them in time. It will
take longer to find them out this
way, perhaps, but it Is vastly better
than to believe every idle remark
you hear. Your parents or guardian
should be consulted, however, and
that is a good place for you to go
in the present emergency.
Petty But Lonesome.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
read your "Advice to the Lovelorn"
every day and find great pleasure in
it. Thought you might be able to
help me, though I am not in love
like most of them are, Just lonely.
I am a young war widow, a
blonde, and considered nretty. and
would like to hear from some one
who is lonely, too. M. R.
Pretty but lonesome. How can it
be. We hope you continue to be the
former and soon cease to be the
Surprise Marriage. '
A surprise marriage took place
in Chicago, Tuesday, July 1, when
Miss Etta Marie Barentsen, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Barentsen,
became the bride of Dr. Lloyd
Meyers. Miss Elizabeth Berryman
and George Petersen .of Omaha
were the only attendents.
The marriage comes as a com
plete surprise to friends and rela
tives here. Miss Berryman and
Miss Barentsen left several days
ago ostensibly for a visit in
Dr. Meyers has been an intern in
the King's county hospital in
Brooklyn for the past year. It is
thought that Dr. Meyers will prac
tice in Omaha.
Myriads of flags will decorate the
Field club on the Fourth and after
dinner the guests will be entertained
with beautiful fireworks. There will
be many large parties for entertain
ing at the clubs is quite the vbgue
this year. Warren Best will have a
party of 8, E. E. Brando will have 7
guests and W. P. Thomas, J. C.
Harnett, and S. C:- Best will have
The" list of parties to be given
Fourth of July at the Countryclub
continues tcr grow for this holiday
will be the gayest of the yeaV. A. J.
Love will havelO guests, parties of
seven will be given by J. J. Hanig
hen and Mrs. M. A. Hall, W. S. Bax
ter will have 6 guests, J. M. Bald
ridge and Henry Doorly will -have
foursomes and W. J. Hynes, 3.-
The members of the Dietz club
are planning a Fourth of July cele
bration. There -will be tennis
matches, athletic contests, enter
tainment features and dancing in
Our GENERAL OFFICES and SALESROOMS
will .be CLOSED all day
Friday, July Jthd Saturday, J uly5th
To give our employees ample time to properly
. celebrate INDEPENDENCE DAY
NEBRASKA POWER COMPANY
Voile fpr Warm Days
By GERTRUDE BERESFORD.
A cool morning dress that may
be developed into voile or calico
and batists carries a novel
panel front through which a sash
is run. In this model of voile helio
trope figures are scattered over a
white ground, and the plain ground
part of the gown is heliotrope voile.
At the back the heliotrope shpws no
panel as in front. I he neck has an
attractive finish in the slashed
opening and x turned over collar of
white batiste, which also makes the
turned back cuffs. The broad sash
is heliotrope voile, picot edged.
The skirt is plainly gathered and
attached to the front panel with
pearl buttons. With this gown is
worn a hat of lavender leghorn
bound with a darker shade of orchid
and trimmed with shaded purple
flowers. . 1
Mrs. G. W. Johnson entertained
at luncheon Thursday, in honor of
her mother, Mrs. J. C. French. A
large bowl of yellow gladiolas
formed the centerpiece. Covers
were laid, for ten guests.
J jj0 N P 0
" Your Electric Service Company "
Mrs. Charles V. Pear sail with
her daughters, Mrs. J. E. Godrich,
jr Miss Isabel, and Miss Anne, left
June 30 to spend the summer at
Mr. Frank S. Cowgill of Chicago
with his son, Winston, stopped in
Omaha, Wednesday, to visit friends.
Sam Carlisle, jr., entertained Wins
ton, Cowgill at luncheon at the Ath
Dr. J. W. Duncan, captain medi
cal corps, United States'army, , has
returned from overseas and opened
offices. Previous to going into
service Dr. Duncan was associated
with the late Dr. C. C. Allison.
Mrs. Barton Millard, who has
been visiting at the Eaton Ranch in
Wyoming, is expected home on
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beardsley,
with their house guest, Miss Mil
dred Crabbe, left Thursday morning
for Lake Okaboji. They will spend
July 4 there and will return Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Herbert
Smails are stopping af the Hotel
McAlpin, New York, . this week.
Other Omahans registered at the
hotel are Messrs. Earl B. Clark, C.
Bougham, B. R. Greene, R. R. Riese,
D. A. Smith, A. Dursse, B. Grun
wald, Johtj. Anderson, C. P. Dudley,
Homer Ov Pugh, Miss Laura B.
Crandall, Mrs. T. BNoone, Lt.
Postpones the Signs of Age
When the skin loses its elasticity it is old whether your
years be thirty or sixty. The surest way to attain a good
complexion today and retain it in the years to come is to
begin now to keep the skin soft and pliable.
Sem-pray Jo-ve-nay will do just this because it supple
ments the natural oils of the skin itself. Get It at your
local store and know the secret of a good complexion.
IRIETTA STANLEY CO.
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"Send ADVO COFFEE! No delay!"
The best Is none too good for you
Good ADVO COFFEE FAMOUS BREW!
Copyright, F. J. HoeU
Leev Hough, Messrs. and Mesdames
J. McAnany and P. W. Pfleging. .
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Harris Tuesday, at the Stew
A daughter was bprn to Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Bausman Tuesday, at
the Stewart hospital.
Mr. and "Mrs. George C. Clarke
announce the birth Of a son, Tues
day at te Stewart hospital.
Dr. Charles M. Swab of Union,.
Neb., and Dr. C. W. Hickey of Ben
nington, Neb., were guests at"St.
Joseph's" hospital Wednesday.
I want to
et home to
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In combination with
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Inglr good lor the
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dealer to ahow you
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Your picnic lunch all nicely fixed
With ADVO COFFEE rightly
The Wrestling Match?
Of course you'll go and join the
Tis ADVO COFFEE, brings the
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When clowns and actors, all are
"Rest up" by drinking ADVO
What of it? It brings no qualm
For Adyo Coffee is the balm,
"That soothes the savage breast" '
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