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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 1919.
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AM many etrakes, though with littla axe,
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Hi' only Cod mar be " kh.
The marriagcof Miss Grace Sla
baugh, daughter of Judge and Mrs.
W.,W. labaugh, and Mr. Donald
Kimberly Bater of Grand Rapids
will take place Tuesday evening at
the First Christian church. The
Rev. C E. Cobbey will officiate.
Following the ceremony a bridal
supper will be given at the home of
the bride's parents for the wedding
party and immediate relatives.
Shower for Bride.
A miscellaneous shower was given
Tuesday evening, September 23, in
honor of Mrs. Edgar Taylor, formerly-
Miss Martha Wendt. The
hostesses were Misses Ella "Craw
ford, Mae McCarron, Nell Smyth,
Harriet Maguire, Marie Jensen and
Margaret Riordan. Others in at
tendance were Misses Alma Mason,
Jennie Swift, Clara Donolioe, Daisy
Wetston, Louise Bates, Irene Swift,
Bessie Danek, Ruth Yost, Matilda
Jonescheit, Anna Larson. Martha
Dorman, Edith Larson, Genoa Sa
vicky, Anna Swoboda, Florence Sa
vicky, Gladys Wenner, Marie Starr,
Grace Schulty, Margaret Wilfong,
Ethel Anderson, Ruth Wenner,
Helen Anderson, Elizabeth Doliz,
Ellen Zatezalo, Katie Wendt, Imo
Williams. Emma Wmift. rnnhin
Russell, Helen Williams, Theresa
Kemble, Lucy Moore, Margaret
Eastman; Mesdames Joseph Martin,
HAVE DARK HAIR
AND LOOK YOUNG
Nobody can Tell when you
Darken Gray, Faded Hair
; ' with Sage Tea.
i Grandmother kept her hair beau
tifully darkened, glossy and attrac
tive with a brew of Sage Tea and
Sulphur. Whenever her hair took
on that dull, faded "or streaked ap
pearance, this simple mixture was
applied with wonderful effect. By
asking at any , drug store for
,'Wyeth's Sage- and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get a large bottle
5? this old-time recipe, improved by
, he addition of other ingfedients, all
eady to use, at very little cost. This
simple mixture can be depended
upon to restore natural color and
beauty to the hair.
A well known downtown druggist
sayj everybody uses Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound now because
.it darkens so naturally and evenly
tnat nobody can tell it has been ap
plied it's so easy to use, too. You
simply dampen a comb oroft brush
and draw it through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. By morning
klwgray- hair-disappears; after an
other application or two, it is re
stored to its natural color and looks
glossy, soft and beautiful.
Fred Wendt, William McAdams, C.
M. O'Donovan, Elizabeth West, C.
McFadden and Bessie Sullivan.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thomas an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Bernice, and Dr. Martin L.
Minthorn of Chicago, which took
place Tuesday afternoon at the
home of the. bride's parents. Rev.
Arthur Atack read the marriage
lines. Roses and ferns were used
through the rooms.
Miss Lucile Thomas and Mr.
Roland Thomas, brother and sister
of the bride were the only attend
ants. The bride wore her traveling suit
of purple duvetyn and small hat to
She attended the University of
Nebraska and is a member of the
Delta Delta Delta sorority. Dr.
Minthorn also attended the Univer
sity of Nebraska and is a member
of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity
He was graduated last June from
the Rush Medical college, where he
was a member of the Phi Chi med
Immediately after the ceremony
Dr. and Mrs. Minthorn left for Chi
cago, where they will make their
II EGGS A DAY FROM
17 YOUNG PULLETS
Mrs. Nilu Started Her PulUts Laying
at 6-Month Old. Tells How.
Early la November. I bought a sack-
K it Mar pullets. In the first 80 days, they
fiia IBS lovely eggs, and I got 6 cents
aeh for them. All through December, I
ot ii to II Jiggs a day." Mrs. t. S.
Miles. R. F. D. Z. Lucerne. Inrl.
v Mrs, Niles. like thousands of others, has
found now to start young pullets laying
and Keep them laying alt winter, lne same
tyethod gats the eggs from moulting hens.
IV nether or not this seems possible to
on, try tnis plan at our risK.
Give your hens Don Sung and watch re-
ulta for on month. If you don't find that
it pays for itself and pays you a good
Irofit besides, simply tell us and your mon-
ly will be promptly refunded.
Doa Sung (Chinese for egg-laying)
orks directly on the egg-laying organs.
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r'ivmn in the feed. imDrovea.- the hen's
'oealth, makes her stronger and more ac-
ii iv inr any weatner, neips ner inrougn
' i jht moult, and starta her laying.
if I Try Doa Bung for 80 days and if it
bean't aret vou the can. no matter how
fcid or wet th weather, your money will
refunded by return mail. Get Don sung
n your druggist or poultry remedy
er or send SO cents for a package by
ail prepaid. Burrell-Dugger Co., S7
ilUBtbia Bldg., Indianapolis, ind.
For" Visitors. '
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iui. suu-mrs, rv.,vv. vjoraon will
entertain at dinner at their home,
Tuesday evening, in. honor of Miss
Adele Bardwell of Minneapolis, who
is visiting at the R. W. Brecken
ridge home, and their guest, Miss
Ruth Marshall of Belvidere, 111., the
fiancee of Mr. Sidney Gordon.
Autumn flowers will be used to
form the centerpiece. Covers will
also hi" nlarfH fnr Mr arM Mrs
Windsor Megeath, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Kimball, and Mr. Warren
Informal Bridge Party.
Miss Josephine Congdon enter
tained informally at a bridge party
at her home Tuesday afternoon in
honor of two Ak-Sar-Ben visitors.
Miss Adele Bardwell of Minneapo
lis, the guest of Mrs. R. W. Brecken
ridge and Miss Mary Cooper of
Pittsburgh, who is visiting Miss
Esther Wilhelm, were the honorees.
Two tables were set forthe game.
Decorations were , in the autumn
Prettiest Mile Club.
Mrs. Victor B. Reynolds enter
tained 12 guests Monday at a bridge
luncheon at the Prettiest Mile club.
Those entertaining at the Tuesday
bridge luncheon were Mrs. George
Condon, who had 12 guests; Mrs.
Willis Crosby, 12; and Mrs. Clifford
M. Forbes, four.
The Le Mars club will give a
dancing party at Kelpines Tuesday
A son was born last week to Mr.
and. Mrs. Eclaire Duvall of Norfolk,
Va. Mr. Duvall is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Duvall of Omaha.
Jiffy-Jell desserts cany
real fruit flavors in es
sence form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit Juice
is condensed for each des
sert So you get a fresh
fruit dainty, healthful and
This is the new-type
quick gelatine dessert
five times as good as the
old kinds. ,
Loganberry and Pine
apple are two of the best
flavors. Try them.
They're found only in
lO'Flacort, at Yoxtr GrocaVa
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By A. K.
From out of a closet
Of stored ,
Came a pair of satin pumps
Who are we?
,. From the long-ago? y
. Into these "memoirs"
Slipped my hasty feet
Dancing once' more -
With reckless grace
A childish face.
Back to the old days
Together we flew '
All the way -
That afternoon .
Back to the night
" Of our first wild dance
When the punch
And our senses shimmered
While the music's vibration
Quivered against young brains.
We laughed at love
(The slippers and I)
And we jeered at Life
As lived by the sane
And purposeful souls. '
Then tripped away
And the break of day
Found us exhausted.
Just as we lived
In the Long-ago
With one mental leap
We had alighted
In the midst of by-gone days
We wended our weary way
Back to Here and Now
Wevpassed the years
" Of etnpty Life
Sighed at the unused
Grieved at the thought
"Youth's gone forever"
Yet nothing's been accomplished
Nothing has been gained.
Back to the doorstep
The slippers burst
And fell apart.
One sole was solemn
With vain regrets
The other was bitter
With memory's sting
The flotsam and jetsam
Of squandered brain -
The invisible wage '
Of wasted Youth.
Tt,. WnrtI WiH RnilH nf Worth
While Girls has postponed its Tues
day evening meeting inaennueiy.
H. E. L. P. Club.
The H. E. L. P. club will have its
regular meeting Wednesday eve
ning at 8 o'clock at the settlement
Omaha W. C. T. U.
The Omaha W. C. T. U. will meet
at 2 o'clock Wednesday with Dr.
Jennie Callfas, 903 Mercer Park
Boulevard. Delegates to, the state
convention at York will be elected.
Mrs. Otis T. Alvison, president of
chapter B. K., of the P. E. S. Sister
hood, left Monday for Denver to at
tend the supreme convention which
is being held there h'S week.
, Dancing class at the Girls' Com
munity house, folk and aesthetic
dancing for Community .Service
league girls, dinner and electrical
parade party at Community house,
Wamm club. Dinner for unorgan
ized girls Wednesday, October 1.
Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Mullen of
Creighton, Neb., were honor guests
at a large reception given Friday
evening in Creighton at the mu
nicipal hall. It was in the nature of
a farewell as Dr. and Mrs. Mullen,
who have resided in Creighton for
the past 17 years, are leaving to
make their future home in Omaha.
Smooth and vlyty as .
th petals of a rosa la
ths complexion aided by
Ntdine Face Powder
This delicate beeatlRer
Imparts an Indefinable
charm a charm which
lingers la th memory.
The smooth textur of
TVaoW adheres until
washed eft It prerent
unburn or th return of
Its coolness la refresh- .
Inf, and It cannot, barm
,the tenderest akin.
niQim r ac rowoer
beautifies millions of com
plexion today. Why" not
1 Sold in Grm Sees Oafe,
At UadinQ Unltt eounUn. Xf
i ttey haven't it, y mail Me.
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY,
Sold by Sherman 4 McConnell Druf Stores,
Beaton Drug Co 15th and Farnam
Sts and Others.
The Bee's Household
, Arts Department
A Good Health Cupboard.
Just as the wise nation "in time
of peace prepares for war," so in
time of health does the wise house
keeper prepare for illness, or at
least makes herself prepared to
meet such emergencies as cuts,
burns, sprains, bruises and tooth
ache, not to speak of minor ailments
such as headaches, indigestion and
colds. In the vacation season par
ticularly, when everyone from the
kiddies up are jaunting about live
lier than usual, some mishaps are
bound to occur at least occasionally,
and often in large families. '
The well stocked cupboard, or
medicine chest, for ordinary comfort,
as well emergency preparedness
should contain a supply of the fol
lowing: Vaseline, peroxide or any
other antiseptic, bicarbonate of
soda (common baking soda), court
plaster, surgical tape, a roll of
gauze bandages, absorbent cotton
and a supply of clean, old soft
linen cloths. The last the house
keeper should save whenever sheets,
pillow cases or table linen gives out,
for the medicine chest.
' A hot water bottle and a fountain
syringe should always be kept in
good working order. Any little
leaks can be mended at repair shops
for a trifling sum and a hot water
bottle is a veritable cure-all for
such pains as toothache, earache, or
neuralgia.. A syringe used to give
enemas to any one suffering from
constipation, indigestion, or head
ache will nearly always alleviate the
distress greatly, for hot water used
either externally or internally is a
safe remedy certain to leave no bad
Clean cloths wrung in hot water
and applied steaming are among the
best remedies for abdominal pains or
to prevent swelling and discolora
tion of bruises.
A little common salt kept in a
glass jar with a tightly screwed top
to keep moisture out is useful to
make a salt solution for either a
tooth or eye wash.. The jar should
be plainly labeled as well as any
other in the health cupboatd.
These menus have been selected
to assist school children in their
choice of a balanced luncheon froin
the school lunchroom or cafeteria.
Rose water is a comfort for
strained eyes when used just a few
drops at a time and is a standard
remedy. It can be used with a glass
medicine dropper or with an eye
Boracic acid, which comes in the
form of a white powder, is a good
inexpensive remedy to have on hand
Common baking soda will come in
handy fur mosquito and other insect
bites,, as well as antiseptic wash
dissolved in water for any skin
A few simple remedies for sun
burn, tan or chapping should like
wise be in the cupboard. Home
made or a favorite brand of cold
cream will relieve or prevent many
uncomfortable or unsightly skin
troubles due to weather exposure.
A little pure glycerine is a good
fat, but rather expensive due to its
use in recent munition making, to
apply to such roughened skins as it
agrees with. , '
A glass thermometer such as doc
tors place beneath the tongue to
Mrs. A. J. Stanton and daughter,
Ellen, of Jilden, Neb., arrived Mon
day to be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Bender.
Mrs. Eugene Duvall left Monday
for Norfolk. Va., where she will visit
her son, Eclaire Duvall. Mr. Duvall
will leave -for Norfolk in a few days,
They will return thfr latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brautigan of
Denver, Colo., arrived today and are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Hill Clarke. They will remain for
the Ak-Sar-Ben ball of Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shaw Kim
ball have returned from their wed-
dine trio and are jruests at the G.
J. Ingwersen home. They will
leave Thursday to spend a week in
Boston and then will go to Bath,
Me., where they will make their
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Cunning
ham of Auburn, Neb., have arrived
to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities
and visit relatives. Mrs. Cunning
ham was formerly Miss Virginia
Reynolds of this'city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Dupdey
leave today for a three weeVs trip
to California. Mr. and Mrs. George
West of Kansas City, Mo., who
have been guests at the Dundey
home for the past week, will remain
a week longer visiting friends. Mrs.
West, who is a sister of Mrs. Dun
dey, was formerly Miss Henrietta
Bartlett of this city.
Dr. Jennie Callfas, who has just
recently returned from a motor trip
to Toronto, will leave in a few days
for New York where she will rep
recent Nebraska in the social work
section of the big woman's medical
conference now in session under
auspices of the Y. W. .C. A. '
Mr. D. Cooper, brother of Miss
Mary Cooper of Pittsburgh, will ar
rive Thursday. Mr. Cooper,and his
sister will return to their home
Sunday. Miss Esther Wilhelm,
whose guest -Miss Cooper is, will
Mrs. William Faringhy, who has
been sojourning in southern Cali
fornia for several weeks, will re
turn the latter part of October.
Mrs. Nelle Calvin and her sister,
Mrs. James B. Austin, have taken a
house in Los Angeles, Cal., where
they will reside in the future. Mjss
Calvin will return occasionally to
Omaha t3 visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. t. E. Calvin.
. .afcattaCal . , ' '
take a temperature, is useful for the
mother who worries over flushed
cheeks, fearing fever, for it will tell
her in a jiffy whether the dbctor is
really necessary or not.
Aatidotes for poisons, which
should always be on hand, are given
Strychinine Strong tea and trjd
to empty stomach with emetics.
Carbolic acid Flour and water.
Arsenic (in rat poison or paris
green) Strong tea, milk, raw eggs,
olive oil, flour and water.
Iodine Strong tea.
Opium or morphine or soothing
powders -and syrups Strong coffee.
Before using any of these the
victim of poison must be made to
vomit and empty the stomach if
possible. If tickling the throat
does not produce vomiting, an
emetic must be resorted to at once.
Selecting School Luncheons.
Cream of Tomato Soup
' Peanut Butter Sandwiches
Spinach with Hard-Cooked Egg
Nut Bread and Butter Sandwich
Rolled Oats Cookeies
Bread Apple Butter
Thin Slices of Cheese
When poaching eggs stir the
water around rapidly with a spoon,
then drop the egg in. You will find
that they will pgach almost round
the yolk being entirely covered with
If you have not acess to a hot
water bag when it is needed, a good
substitute is a flannel bag filled with
hot sand or salt. A good idea is to
keep a half a dozen little ones filled
It is difficult to polish the bars of
a fireplace grate when they become
burned and red, but if rubbed with
a piece of lemon before applying the
black lead they will polish quite
Brass curtain rings that have been
neglected may be cleaned by soak
ing them in parafine for 24 hours
and then polishing with ordinary
brass paste. They will look like
Newspaper clippings should be
neatly trimmed if they are to be
kept in scrapbooks and given a very
thin, light coat of muscilage. By
this means the scrapbook will pre
Always empty the water out of a
kettle before refilling it.
Varnished paper on walls can be
cleaned with a flannel dipped in
weak tea and polished with a dry
A little salt sprinkled in frying
pan before using prevents the fat
from splashing all over the stove.
Black ink and milk mixed to
Slices of fresh cucumber are very
good tonic tor the skin.
Potato salad should be made of
cold boiled, not baked, potatoes.
Iced tea is improved by some
slices of orange as well as lemon
The stove will keep its polish if it
is rubbed daily with a newspaper.
BY BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
"Come over and see
my new bathroom"
THE beauty and cleanE
5 nest of a modem bath-
room of glistening white
fixtures appeal to a woman's
finer sensibilities, vand the
never loses an opportunity to
And you can't blame her for
admiring the beauty and
with Thomas Maddock's
Sanitary Fixtures. In them
she also sees a quick and easy
way to keep the bathroom
clean and cheery.
Whether yon are buildbg or rev
modeling your home, bring Tour wife
along, tee our attractive display and -get
an estimate, without any obliga
tion, of the cost of these fixture.
United States Supply Co.
Ninth and Farnam Sts.
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Interested In 4Worried."
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
You may think It absurd for a man
to read your1 columns, but In scan
ning through the paper several days
ago I came across an article which
very much interested me, "Very
Much Worried." If you will per
mit me the space I would like to
say a few words to her.
I am a victim of the same cir
cumstances of which you, speak. -I
was engaged to the dearest girl In
the world, she and I were in differ
ent towns and consequently most of
our courtship was correspondence,
although we sincerely loved each
other. She came to her home and
through some unknown cause to me
my ring was mailed back to me with
a little note stating we had best
forgive and forget.
Now to the point: Don't act too
harshly with this young man, as he
may be as free from malice aa I.
The dearest possession I have in
the world is the ring she so freely
accepted and wore, acknowledging
our engagement, although she has
I think Miss Fairfax's advice is
very good, but I thought I might
save some young man's life being
blighted as mine seems to be. Now,
"Miss, Very Much Worried," don't
think I am butting into your af
fairs, as I know each couple can
handle its own affairs better than
others, but I am very much inter
ested in mankind.
VERY MUCH INTERESTED.
Revival of Learning.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee: I
am coming to you for a bit of ad
vice and it's not on my heart affairs
either, for I have a mother and she
thinks the same about those things
as you do, but it is about the events
of long ago. Can you gIVe me the
particulars of Oliver .. Wendell
Holmes' death? I have read about
it, but not the particulars; and
which of his pieces was considered
the best, and should an eighth
grader study the Montgomery's His
tory and nothing else, and "live lan
guage lessons" be taught Instead
Hoenshell's Grammar? How is my
writing? I hope you answer this
soon, as I'm very anxious to know.
Yours truly, D. L.
It is not my purpose to run in
competition with encyclopedias?
night schools or book agents. Write
to the State Library Commission,
State House, Lincoln, Neb., and ask
them for a biographical sketch of
Oliver Wendell Holmes. They will
send it to your gladly. A girl of
your intellectual appetite ought to
get in communication with this
library agency. It is a mistake to
confine yourself to only one text
book in history. One text is all
right for class work, but your read
ings should be much broader than
that. Your teacher will advise you
in this matter, and she will also di
rect your study of grammah Your
writing is fairly good, but you have
misspelled "Montgomery," "events,"
"particulars," "considered" and
"those" in your short letter."
For Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors.
Many affairs are being given in
honor of Miss Elizabeth Nicholson
of Indianapolis and the Misses Ber
nice and Virginia Sweatt of Minne-
Alessandro Dole!, the Italian
dramatic t.enor, who appears in this
city with the Chicago Opera asso
ciation, in the role of Rhadames in
was formerly an
tor. Dolci seems
to have run the
entire strinsr of
musical activities $
anrl cnrrr1rl in
all of them. He
made his debut in
New York at a'
concert at the
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leading critics said that his success
Viat tint hn ntia11fd since the
debut of Caruso. This will be Dol
ci's second season with the Chicago
of New York's
apolis, who are the guests of Mrs.
C. T. Kountze. Miss Daphne Peters
entertained at a luncheon of 10
covers at the Omaha club, Tuesday,
in their honor. Flowers "in the
autumn shades were used to deco
rate the table.
Miss Grace Allison will entertain
informally at dinner at the Omaha
club Tuesday evening for them.
Autumn flowers will be used to form
the centerpiece. Covers will also
be placed for Messrs. Louis Bur
gess, Drexel Sibbernsen, Cuthbert
Potter and Albert Sibbernsen. .
Other affairs, which are planned
in honor of these visitors, include a
luncheon to be given Wednesday by
Mrs. Robert Burns, and a "parade
party," on Wednesday evening,
which will be given by Miss
Dorothy Judson. Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Kountze will entertain at din
ner before and supper after the
Coronation ball Friday . evening.
Mr. Joseph Barker is planning a
dinner paftty for Saturday evening
to honor these Ak-Sar-Ben visitors
and the Misses Corinne Elliot and
Helen Pearce will give a matinee
Orpheum party for Miss Adele
Bardwell and the guests of Mrs.
Kountze early next week.
Face Peeling Easy
Blonde or Brunette
I Living Room I
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A visit to our third floor and
an Inspection of our extensive
showing In this section of our
enormous stock will make its
own appeal. Two cars of living
room suites in tapestries and
velour coverings in very attrac
tive period designs have just
arrived. These are late arrivals
of early purchases and are put
on our floors at these old prices
which are all typical Bowen
values. We list but a few here
and invite you to Inspect -our
"The blonde's complexion fades early,
because her skin is extraordinarily thin
and fine," says Mme. Lina Cavalieri. "The
brunette'-a, as a rule, is the reverse. The
skin is thicker and has a tendency to an
For either the faded blonde's skin or the
brunette's oily or sallow complexion, the
best remedy is ordinary mereolized wax.
Used every night, this will give one an en
tirely new complesion within about a
week's time. The wax gradually peels off
the worn-out surface skin, with all its de
fects, a little each day, without affecting
the delicate underekin in the least. The
latter will have the exquisitely beautiful
glow of youth indeed, one may readily
lose ten or fifteen years from her age, so
far as appearance goes, by a course of
this simple treatment. The wax, procur
able at any drug store, is applied' like cold
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The Value of
When we meet strangers, our
first judgment is necessarily
made by their appearance.
When we do business with
strangers, our first judgment
is necessarily made by their,
And a vitally important factor
in influencing favorable con
sideration is to refer to a satis
factory relationship with a
financial institution of the
Such an atmos
phere of good
business is re
flected by the use
gfM account at the I
&A Jmrf United States Na- I
Mahogany chairs and rockers
to match, after the style here
pictured, done In tapestry and
velour coverings, interpreting
the period of the chair and In
keeping with its general pro
portions. Values from
$12.25 to $3750
Mahogany rocker, cane back,
velour upholstering, guaran
Solid Mahogany, large chair
and rocker to match, William
and Mary design. Tapestry up
holstering. A real Bowen value,
Mahogany rockers, higft-backs,
wood seats, each $4.50
Golden Oak rockers, $3.00.
$4.75 $5.50 $6.50 $8.00
if This typical Bowen Value-Giv-
f ing chair excels in ease and "
I beauty. A boon to tired muscles i
a relief to mental Btrain is '
T this overstuffed easy chair. Up-
X holstered in tapestry or velvet
velour. A real Bowen value ' '
I at $37.50
i. Mahogany guaranteed uphol-
f stering, wing chair overstuffed. T
T An exceptional Bowen value I
each $27.50 T
t Large high back wing chair, up- ', ',
T holstered in tapestry, attrac-
1 tively designed and finished. At"
t' a Bowen Value-Giving price, '. '.
f each $26.50
f Mahogany chair and rocker "
f with silk damask upholstering ..
i very neat pattern and highly
t finished, each $13.50
I Unassuming yet distinctive 4
f is this guaranteed Queen Anna T
T Davenport X
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T appropriate plain or figured T
I tapestry or velour covering. It's I
f frame is of mahogany with.
T cane panel baek. Two eush- I
J. Ions an bolsters are included I
T with guaranteed spring con- 4
I struction. A typical Bowen I
value, similar to Illustration,
I at $98.50
X Mahogany davenport, Cane I
T back and ends, upholstered in
blue striped velour, loose ;j
Dverstuffed davenport, tapestry
J. covering, a ueauuiui eiwutui- j,
4 teed davenport and in full
T' keeping with its general propor- t
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Overstuffed davenport witn
II comfortable back and arms,
I . guaranteed spring construction.
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velour coverings. A typical
Bowen value. '. . $162.50
i: Guaranteed Fernery
Mahogany or Gol5i P Oak
Ferneries. Very appropriate for T
the plants that you are remov- X
ing from your yard or garden, 4-
making a useful as well as or- T
namental piece o( furniture. X
at $6.50 T
Mahogany nut bowl with 3.
cracker and six picks. A real A
Bowen value, each 95c x
Manogany serving irays.excep- j,
tional values '95o T
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