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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1919)
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Our oubt are traitors,
Aas mak u Iom tha fowl wa oft mlsat win.
By f sarins, to attempt.
Atl hall doughty wfeldm-s tha Fwl
Ya bold awaihbucklara tha dally yvaaa.
I hold ya high amongst tha aona ( smb. j
1 honor tha tajant that ya all possets.
SUMMER days have fled and
-with the coming of fall many
of our vacationists are re
turning. Estes Park seemed to be
the favorite resort with Oma
hans, as so many took western
'trips. Indeed, several prominent
folk spest their entire summer at
this very popular spot. Yellow
stone, and Glacier park also came
in for their share of praise, but for
;some reason Estes park has won
the hearts of our travelers.
Miss Esther Wilhelm, who with
her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Wilhelm, spent the summer in the
west, returned to Omaha Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm wijl return
shortly after the first of September.
Miss Olga Metz, another western
. tourist, returned just a few days
ago. Mrs. Charles Offutt and liss
. Virginia returned some time ago
from a trip through the west. , Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Garrett are others
who have but recently arrived home,
following an extended tour of the
i Among tne first" of the pre-nuptial
affairs to be given this fall was the
; bridge party, given by Mrs. A. W.
Gordon at her home, Friday' after
7 noon. Mrs. Gordon was assisted hy
- her mother, Mrs. R. W. Brecken-
ridge. Miss Mpna Towle.and Miss
; Helen Ingwersen, who will ber- fall
Iv brides, and Miss Florence Brecken-
ridge of New York, who is yisiting
Mrs. Gordon were the honorees.
oses were used throughout t'ae
rooms and 16 guests attended. ,
Mrs. H. O. Edwards will entertain
at luncheon at , the Country club
Monday in honor of Miss Towle and
A marriage which comes a a sur
prise to the friends of the youag
couple is that of Miss Grace. Hall
Brown and Mr. Lyle Hersey. The
ceremony took place Friday after
noon at the First Presbyterian
church, the Rev. Edwin Harte Jenks
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mort were
the only attendants.
The bride wore her going-away
suit" of dark blue tricotine with. a
smalL hat to match and wore a cor
sage of roses. -
Immediately after the ceremony,
Mr..: and Mrs.. Hersey left for--Ex
celsior Springs. They will be at
home after October 1 at 518 Park
. W. C. T. U. Election.
At the annual meeting and elec
tion of officers held by the Frances
Willard W. C. ,T. U., at the Y. M.
C. A. Wednesday afternoon, Mrs.
H. N. Craig was re-elected presi
dent, Mrs. W. H. King, first vice
president; ,Mfc. G. S. Dickner, re
cording secretary; Mrs. F. B'. Bush
nell, corresponding secretary, and
Mrs. J. D. Burden, treasurer.
For a Visitor.
Miss Catherine Reynolds enter-,
tained informally.- at ;her home
Thursday evening in honor of her
guest, Miss Fern'Yeager of Cedar
Rapids, la. The evVning was spent
with cards and 12 guests attended.
Miss Flora Marsh and Miss Fran
ces Linderholm entertained at a de
lightful luncheon party at the Hap
py Hollow club Friday in honor of
Miss Edith Linderholm of Newman
Grove, Neb., wh is visiting at the
J. A. Linderholm home. Pink roses
formed an attractive centerpiece for
the table. Covers were laid for
Misses Annie Jenkins, Nancy Hulst,
Pauline Richards, Frances Patton,
Virginia Leuffer, Majorie Ribble,
Catherine Davis, Sarah Smeton,
Alice Huntinton, Bernice Meieryur
gen, Dorothy Collier, Dorothy Nor
ton, Margaret Parrish, Elizabeth -Elliott
and Cornelia Baum.
and Mrs. Henry C. Reeder
celebrated their Sixtieth weddind returned from Berkeley, Cal.,
anniversary, Wednesday, August ci .
They have resided in Omaha for 32
years. All five children attended in
cluding Henry, Lewis, Emily and
Fred Leeder and Mrs. W. Brown.
A family dinner was given at the
home of Lewis Leeder. Eighteen
grandchildren and fourgreat grand
children were present.
Mr. Burgess Entertains.
"Many are the affairs given for
Miss Martha Rhodes of St. Joseph.
Mo., who is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Hal Brady, and Mr. Brady. Mr.
Louis Burgess entertained at din
ner in her honor at the Foi.tenelle
Friday evening, when his guests will
included Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Davis
and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Brady. Fol
lowing this Mr. and Mrs. Brady will
entertained the party at the Bran
deis to see Ruth Chatterton.
The Misses Sara Matilda and Etta
Fater have just return from a two
months' trip to Denver, Eldorado
Springs and Mantitou, Colo.
Miss Lillian Anderson left Wed
nesday for Crawford, Neb.
Miss Caroline Miller will attend
Ames college, Ames, la., during the
' A ' daughter, Catherine Suzanne,
was born to Mr. and Mrs. William
Carrigg Wednesday at the Meth
odist hispital. Mrs. Carrigg was
formerly Miss Katherine McLaugh
.Miss Mary Cooper, Miss Virginia
Uobam and vMiss Frances Wilson
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"
Widow Want Husband.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
am a lonely widow of SO. I have
four children, am a good cook ana
considered good looking. I am
looking for a farmer, either bach
elor or widower, that has a home
and who is good and kind to chil
dren, to help raise up the children.
I do not like it in town and think
it is no place to raise children. My
children can do lots of things around
the farm to help earn their living.
They have always lived on the farm.
If any one cares to write to me
they can get my address from Miss
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est to Autumn
In Twenty-four Hours.
Monday, September First, inaugurates the Autumn Season. FromYhen on, we face
the future. ' Saturday will be wind-up day with us on Summer goods. Values for
gotten, we offer all lots Summer merchandise on our counters and racks at such little
prices, that we expect them to be carried away early in the day. v
where thev attended the Denis-
Shawn School of Dancing.
Mrs. Cyrus Mason, who is in Cal
ifornia, will return next week.
For Miss Kellogg.
Miss "Catherine Hastings enter
tained a large luncheon party at the
Athletic club Friday for Miss Fran
ces Kellogg of Chicago, who is vis
iting' Miss Mary Giffbrd. Miss
Ruth Hamilton entertained a party
at the Brandets Friday evening in
Miss Geraldinei Hess entertained
a large party at the Boat club dinner-dance
Friday evening, the clos
ing night. Garden flowers were
used on the table and the guests in
cluded members of the school set.
July number of the Woman'i Home
Companion, "He ia So Changed," she
will no doubt understand her soldier
In going through what they have
can you wonder they are changed.
My brother is, and when h read
said article he thought it fine. Hop
ing they will both be happy, I am,
"A SOLDIER'S SISTER."
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
You have answered some questions
in the past for me, but I now wish
to ask you some questions which I
do not wish to have put in the ad
vice column for reasons I do not
like to mention now. i
win you please Just put the aru-
swer in? If you will, I will be
very thankful, and will write you
as soon as I see this, accompanied
by the answer in your advice col
Hoping to see this in print soon, I
am, yours truly. BLUE EYES.
What can Blue Eyes mean?
About Webster Campbell.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
have-a few questions that I would
like to ask you to answer. They
are quite inquisitive, but I hope
you'll excuse that.
Is the movie actor, Walter Camp
bell married T How old la he and
what Is his address? Is that his
which ha appears on the stage? If
so, what is hia real name? Is he
a popular star? Hope to see this
in print as soon as possible.
ANXIOUS TO KNOW.
Webster Campbell was born In
Kanfcas City, educated at Ann Ar
bor, and has worked in several pic
tures. I am unable to tell you
whether or not he ia married, but
believt that Webster Campbell Is
his right name. v. .
Anxious You are a little heavy
for your age, blt not too tall. Your
parents are very wise and you will
enjoy the companionship of boy
friends all the more because you
waited a few years, v ,
Wanted: A Cave Man.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
am a young girl, 18 years old and
considered quite pretty. I have
been going with a younsr man who
is very much in love with me and
wants to marry me.
He parts his hair in the middle, Is
a classy dresser and la a regular
Apollo when it cornea to good looks;
in fact, a fellow wTom any girl
could be proud of. .. - v. .
He has a car, lota of money and
is just wonderful to me.
But. somehow, his disposition la
alawya the same; he never gets an
gry or show his feelings, regard
less of what happens, and I some
times wish he would. '
I have tried to make him Jealous,
as many people admire ma, but he
doesn't seem to mind it, therefor I
doubt his love for me. although ha
has always been true to me.
Possibly I am spoiled, being an
only child, but how can I test hia
love for me? 'VC. E. Z.y
Help! Wanted, a cava manljTha
"Jealousy" trick" Is getting a bit
rusty, and if your friend ta meek and
mild be thankful for the gift of the
gods and say no more. If ha loves
you he wil ltell you, never fear, the
dear men need no assistance or en
couragement in that line.
WOMEN'S SHEER BLOUSES
In white, dainty tints, printed figures. Sold
to $4.95$1.50 ana $2.50.
of -zephyr and fiber, -various colors. Averages about
half price, at $5.00 each.
All counter displays to be sold Saturday for about
one-third former price The best of makes. Splen
did models. Sold up to $8.00 -
Grouped at $1.25, $1.95, $2.45
MUSLIN , UNDERWEAR
" Final groupings at fractional prices
Gowns, Petticoats and- Pajamas, $1.39.
o Gowns, Petticoats and. Pajamas, $1.89. 1
Special group of Lacy Gowns, $2.79.
Antoinette Combinations reduced, $6.00 to
Bandeaux .and jConfiners," 39 and 59.
Percale and Gingham Dresses grouped at $1.39.
20Lstyle's or Bungalow Aprons, at $1.79. '
Fine Gingham and Chambray Porch Dresses re
duced from $5.95 to $3.95. '
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WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
Closing Saturday all counter goods ",
Union Suits and Vests (none priced under 50c),
25. ' - .
Union Suits, white and flesh.- Spld up, to $2.00,
$1.00 each. S
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, WOMEN'S HOSIERY
Lisle and cotton (black and colored), 25.
Silks, fashioned and mockseam, black, white" and
colors, plain weavq and laces, $1.00 pair.
WASH DRESS GOODS
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Collection of various fabrics, skirting and dress
materials, priced up to $1.00, 25 yard. '
: Union Suits, nainsook and knit. Sold to $1.25,
Soft Madras Shirts. Sold for njj reason except
they1 have been on display x.
Up to $3.00 Shirts, $1.79.
Up to $4.00 Shirts, $2.39.
Hair Bow Ribbons of 'Taffeta, 29.
Best quality Picot Edge, many widths, 45, 55
Complete assortment. Not many stores can make
that statement. (
Reduced prices on China. Plain white
Platters, 18, 30 and 45.
Plates, -10 and 121. . ' '
Scallop Dishes and Bakers, 13 and 35.
SoapsK12. ; , - '
SILK PETTICOATS f
Taffeta and Silk Jerseys in wanteds colors.
Grouped at $5.95 and $6.95.
A purchase of new models,
adapted foil Autumn wear. Navy
Poplins. GrroiUped at two prides
$8.95 and $12.95
Many of them
CHILDREN'S AND JUNIOR SECTION j
All Summer Dresses, Coats, Smocks, Hiking Suits, a
etc., grouped to the final price blow. Dress Coats and I fi
Smocks sold from $5.00 to $10.00 'ft l'!
Junior Wash Dresses of the finest. Small Chil- U I
dren's Coats in Silk and fine Wool fabrics. Sold to I U
$15.00- ..$4.50 each ,
Group of small sizes in Wash Dresses, 75.
Sweaters for ages up to 12 years, grouped
$1.50 and $2.50.
All Straw, Silk and Fabric Hats, $1.50 and
$2.50. ; '
LAST DAY OF FUR SALE
Foreclose today on that garment you have been
considering. It is the last chance to profit by August
prices. These garments have particular price interest.
A Jap Mink Cape, reduced from . $250.00 to
A Nutria Collar reduced, from $125.00 to
Sealine Coatee, Squirrel trimmed, reduced from
$195.00 to $125.00.
Scotch Mile Cape, reduced from $275.00 to
Plain Sealine Coat, reduced from $295.00 to
Sealine Coat, Beaver collar, reduced from $385.00
-Taupe Marmot Coat (36-inch), reduced from
$225100 to $167.50.
Grey Squirrel Cape, Black Lynx Collar, reduced
from $425.00 to $357.50.
Seal Muff, reduced from $35.00 to $19.75.
Chinchilla Muffrreduced from $45.00 to $29.75.
Skunk (Marten) Muff," reduced from $67.50 to
ROYAL SOCIETY ART PACKAGES
New packings now on sale. The most complete
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uu cuuvemeni raemoa 01 purveying Art ieeuie worn. u
Stamped garments and articles with thread and in-
-structions in each package. Blouses, Night Gowns, U ff
Billie Burkes, Breakfast Coat or Cap, Infants' Dresses U
Rompers, Pillow Covers and various novelty articles.
SILK GLOVE SALE
Clearaway of splendid quality Silk Gloves in black, y y
white and colors. Regular .price $1.50, Saturday, if
95 Pair; - l
BATHING CAPS AT CUT PRICES 11
75c and 85c Caps reduced to 69.
65c Caps reduced to 49.
50c Caps reduced to 39.
25c Caps reduced to 19.
A new line for us. We are doing a number of
things to interest our customers in this new line. Sat
urday we shall offer
Guaranteed Electric Irons, $4.50
How great a bargain this is, only inspection will show.
Her Mother's Home.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
am a business woman and earn a
salary of $140 per month. I am
engaged to marry a man who is
fairly well-to-do. Do you think it
is his duty to provide for my moth
er, who is dependent upon me, after
our marriage? Would yoif consider
it unwise to discuss the matter
iranKiy with him. He has said he
thinks it better for young people to
live alone. Sincerely, v ADA.
Surely you cannot turn your
mother out. Howevr, the matter
shjyildbe settled between you and
your fiance before marriage, as
many complications might arise
later. Touhg people should, In
most cases, live alone, but It Is far
more serims to turn out a mother
than it is to make room for her.
And, if you do this, be sure and
mike that mother feel welcome.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
have enlarged pores on my face.
Will alcohol remedy same? Thank
ing you for any information you can
givd me, I am very truly,
Witch hazel Is much better than
alcohol as an . astringent. Tou
should first use a good blackhead
soap. This takes away all foreign
matter from the pores. .
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
Where is tattooing done in Omaha?
On the arms, from what I can
If "Georgia K." will read In the
By A. K.
When climbing a hill
We shift to low
The upward pull
Is a taxing grind.
The climber gives out
The head goes wrong
And the blood
In thev body
As water in the tank
And retards the speed
Men and machine.
Peaks of mountains
Mock and laugh
And other climbers.
The road is steep
And narrow the track
To the phantom
Of Heart's Desire"
Atop of some
And slacken our speed
We may try over again.
But one class
Never grow tired
Nor weary of the battle
And keep going on "high"
Indefatigable strugglers they-
Scheming and planting
Their "staff" aright
To gain just another .
A better foothold.
They smile and wink
As they look ahead
They frown if ever
They chance to look dov. ..
You all know them well
I know them too
For they are
Forever among us
"Tagged and numbered"
Many large parties were entertain
ed at the Children's matinee tiance
at the Field club, Friday afternoon.
I. E. Butler had 14 guests; riorence
May, 14; John Laveli, 12, and Mrs.
Theodore Killoston, six.
The mid-week dinner-dance at the
Country tlub Wednesday evening
will be postponed, but a uintr-aance
will be given Monday evening, La
Buv . aluminum ware at
Harper's in the'Flatiron BIdg.,
17th and Howard. ;
The Store of Quality
Authentic Fall Modes
Million Dollar Fashion Sales
To continue throughout the Autumn, .featur
ing distinctive modes directly from Gotham's
best style makers, at prices extremely low.
To critically fashionable women it means a saving of $5.00, $10,00,
$20:00 or more.
To the "Profiteer" it's a "thorn" in his side.
Superb Suit Models executed in
the costliest fabrics; some com
bined with rich, rare fur.
A small deposit holds "
" goods till wanted. " ,
Million C5(W)Ct?( yjgv Million
ImM No Cpy Oter Store
. There are many ways to prepare Xjfc 1 fVSS.
ham and use every morsel of it. ?&" ' JjMX
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" Puritan Ham is good all fvays and
J always good. p.,-
I It is economy to purchase a whole I I Puritan
ltfluredlveood if branded k HamauGratul
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I , F. W. Conron,4 Manager I
1101 fMn.. QfwK Omaha Neb. I 1
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98.00 suits in Million Dollar Sale,
85.00 suits in Million Dollar Sale,
75.00 suits in Million Dollar Sale,
at . 59.50
65.00 suits in Million Dollar Sale,
55.00 suits in Million Dollar Sale,
In dresses and coats the values
are very prominent at 1
This House of Many Dresses.
This Home of Many Coats.
Fur Coats Now Selling
city hall '
no little -danger
work ; '
leave cars at
175.00 fur coats,
August. ... .125.00
300.00 fur coats,
CASH AND CARRY
400.00 fur coats,
August. .. .275.00
500.00 fur coats,
CASH AND CARRY
1 cup of finely minced Puritan
Ham, I cup of bread cut ia dice.
1 green pepper minced fine.
2 tomatoes sliced and cut ia
blocks. Place the bread on tha
bottom of a baking dish. Add
the ham, then the toiuatoesf
cover with 2 cups of cream
sauce. Sprinkle with fine bread
crumbs and grated cheese.
Bake in a moderate oven tot
40 minutes. Servo in a disk
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