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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1919)
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An' engagement' of interest in
Omaha , is .that of Miss Helen
'Burnham, daughter of General
. Burnham, now of San Francisco,
to William M. Conlin of Madison,
Wis., brother of Dr. vFrank Ctfnlin
of this city. Miss Burnham received
. her education at the Academy of
tlse.$acreH Heart. She has been the
guest many times since her gradua
tion of Miss Marion Hamilton. Mr.
Conlin is also well known here,
having visited Dr. and Mrs. Conlin.
The marriage of Miss Claire Logs
don and Mr. Clifford ' Hayes will
take place Saturday morning, No
vember 8, at the Holy Angels
church. Rev. P. A. Flannagan will
perform the ceremony. , '
The marriage of Miss Ruth Lewis,
daughter of Mrs. J. W. Shaw, and
Mr. Clifford Kelly, son of Mrs.Ella
Kelly, took place at high noon Mon
day at the St. Philip Neri church
Rev. Father O'Driscoll performed
The bride wore a traveling suit of
dark blue,, with small hat to match,
and her corsage was of Ward roses.
After a short wedding trip to
Chicago Mr and Mrs. Kelly will
make their home in'Onfaha.
The Omaha Alumni Chapter.of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity has inaugur
ated a series of Saturday luncheons
at the University club. Fred W. Bur-
wrW r( M imipannlia. the district
grand master for the district wine'
includes Nebraska, will be the guest
of honor, Saturday November 8.
Mr. Burwell will be on his way
from Minneapolis to Lincoln to
visit the University of Nebraska
chapter where he will attend a din
ner that night. Mr. and Mrs. Bur
well will arrive in Omaha in the
niorninp and be met by a committee
from the alumni chapte and be en
tertained here until they leave for
Smith College Club.
The Smith College club has com
vpleted plans for a cafeteria lunch
eon to be given Thursday and Fri
day for those attending the
teacher's convention at the Audi
Red Cross "Early Worms."
The old saying about the early
bird is very applicable to a number
of women who are working in the
Red Cross Roll Call. Mrs. Howard
Baldridge is one of the most ener
getic of the campaigners. Early
MnniliT rnnrniner he took UD her
station in the lobby of the Fonte-
nelle and in about an hour had col
lected $90 for the cause. At 9
o'clock she was at the .Women's
headquarters to obtain more sup
plies. Her work has been a splendid
example to all connected -with the
Miss Catherine Curtin was honor
guest at an informal affairgiven
Friday evening at her home. The
guests included Misses Marguerite
Swanson, Lillian Rcis, Emily
Schneekloth, Georgia Reis, Sarah
Curtin, Louise Seidel, and Eileen
Curtin. . ' . . . , -
The' officers of'Foh Crook are
nlannit-c a Hanrinp nartv to be held
at the K. C. hut on the post, Thanks
giving eve. it is prooaDie tnat n
tt'il! a fnrmal nartv anH a number
of dinner parties to precede the af-
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iair arepiannea uy nidiruiis ui iiic
The Plattoma club'wifl give - the
first of a series of dances, Wednes
day evening at the Metropolitan
club. . , '
' Winter Dancing Club.
The Winter Dancing club will
hold its second monthly dancing
party on the evening of Wednesday,
November 5, at Turpin's hall, Twenty-eighth
and Farnam streets.- The
guests of honor will be Captain and
Mrs. Taylor Belcher, who are to
make their home in Omaha. " They
have been vsiting Captain Belcher's
home,in Topeka, Kan.
The club has no dancing party set
for the holidays' as the December
party conies' on December 3 and t-he
January party on January 21. It is,
therefore, likcly,that a formal party
jll be arranged for the holidays.
The club now has iO members.
A bridge party for the middle of
November is being planned by the .
members of the First Central
Congregational church. It will be.
held at the Blackstont
' Luncheon Party.
Mrs. Fred Ochenbein and Miss
Louse Heitfeldt , entertained at a
luncheon of twelve covers at the
Prettiest Mile club, Monday. Miss
Ruth Dillon was the honor guest.
The Altar society of St. Michaels
Parish will give a card party Fri
day" evening, November 7, at
Fourteenth and Ogden streets. v
Mother! Teach the Children
:v You can't be
FEW children find pleasure in
the things most vital to their
' physical comfort and health, so it
rests with the watchful mother to
see that they are done. The child
will be grateful in after years.
Chief among the ' functions
necessary to the upbuilding of the
little body, so that it will not be a
dyspeptic, constipated body when
it matures, is elimination regularly
every morning. If the mother will
be insistent and allow nothing to
interfere with it, it will soon become
a habit, t daily routine that will
not be forgotten throughout life.
' There ate timet, however, when
Dilute will not operate unaided. Then give
Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin, which isa
combination of simple laxative hetbs with
I pep-n, and the headachei, the bilioumess,
the torpor will quickly disappear. It acts
gently, and without griping, and as it
contains no narcotics and is pleasant to the
fade, it may be given to infants. Thousands
, of families have been regulated to healthy
maturity With Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
A bottle can be bought at any drug
store for 50c and $1. Those who already
know its virtue buy the dollar size and
consider it economical. In a large family
there is always someone who would feel
better for a dose of good medicine like
. Dr. "Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. '
In spite of the fact
that Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin is tht
largest selling liquid
laxative in the world,
there being over 6
million bottles sold
each year, many mho
ttttd its benefit' have
not yet used it. If
you have not, tend
your name and ed
drest for a free trial
bottle to Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 511 Wash
ington St., Monti
" By A. XL
I care not a bit
. Which fork
Folk, use first'' ' '
Or which side
Of the soup spoon
Dips up the broth
. I care not
If salad forks
-Are use.d for
The meat course
Or which way the napkin
Is, placed cjn the lap
But God only knows
How I loath, toothpick.
There's something offensive
In the habits of some ' ''
Honest (illbred) folks
In all states and cities
Some few '.
Will use toothpicks -
But good old Nebraska
(Beats the whole world.
In sealskins and, minks
Moleskins and satjles
Clods are bedecked
Six abreast '
They i go strolling
." Patrolling a path
. Between the popular cafes
And stabing ' '
. And smacking ' . "
At their food-filled '?
Prominent teeth. - t y
Their queer brand of maimers
That 'offend sensibilities
Are peculiar - -Butr
Their table acrobatics 1
Silverware gymnastics '
Beat great vaudevillians
From ocean to ocean
Pnorn Great Lakes"to Gulf
There's nothing to beat, it ,
I know. 1
When I've passed on
- Night after night
And sickened .. -
By these awful sights. "
I see on parade
"In the great highways
A dozen full units
Of the Toothpick Brigade.
Mrs. W. R. Wood who has been
the guest of Mrs. Richard Payne
in Albert Lee,. Minnesota, will re
turn home the latter part of the
Miss Margaret George of Dorset
shire, England, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Conrad Young, left
Monday evening for her home.
Dr. and Mrs. Gbw Fritz an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Alace Mathilde. at the Stewart hos
pital Sunday. Mrs. Fritz was form
erly Miss Marenie Burchtnorc. ,
Mr. and Mrs.. Victor M. Ganz
who are in Minneapolis will 'be at
home in Omaha at the Florentine
apartments after 'December 1.
Mrs. Ganz was formerly Miss Lot
lie Guttman. '
MissTda B. Johnson ofNLincoln
will .arrive Wednesday to bethe
weekv end guest of Miss Mayme
Hutchinson. -v . i
'Mrs. Harry Lowrie has returned
from Tacoma, Wash., and is at the
Uiome of her daughter, Mrs. E. V.
Miss Katherine Reynolds, who is
attending the . Lniversity of Ne
braska, -is expected home for the
week end. ' -1
Mrs. Kate Upson Clark of New
York is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Hansen. Mrs. Llarkwell known as
an author and lecturer, is on a speak
ing tour of the west, but has no en
gagement in Omaha. She spoke
here two years ago before the
Professor and Mrs. H. A. Dal-
strom from Tennessee afe expected
to spend the holidays in Omaha.
Misses Edith Morris and Mildred
Anderson have returned from Lin
coln where they spent the past
Richard-Poole is ill at the Lord'
Mrs. H. E. Compton returned to
her home in Blair Sunday.
Mrs. Howard Sullivan is con
valescing at her home.
Mrs. Robert Carmichael and
daughter,. Laura, of Blair will spend
the week end at the W- S. Taylor
William Scott will return soon
from Rochester, Minn., where he
underwent an operation.
With tKe Automatic
Electric Washer '
Everybody is doing it now and looking for
ward to Monday with no more concern than
Saturday or Sunday, while
fatherland the children notice
the difference in the Monday
evening meal since the Auto
matic came. Step
in and see one.
,. Electric Household
1908 Harnar Straat
. Phone Douflaa 2360
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V Bosters Club. ' " . I
The Benson Baptist Boosters
club will meet Wednesday, Novem
ber 5, at the. home of Mrs. C. E.
' . Ladies 'Aid.
The Benson Presbyterian Ladies'
Aid meets at the home of Mrs.
Charles Yates, Sixty -fourth and
Lake streets, Wednesday afternoon. ;
' School Forum.
The Omaha- School Forum wjH
keep"open house" at Orchard-Wil-helm's
November 5, 6 and 7 during
the Nebraska state (teachers' meet
ing. Tea wilt be served and other
courtesies extended to visitors.
Benson Aid Society.
The Benson Methodist church Aid
society will be entertained Wednes
day, November 5, at the home of
Mrs. E. B. Grace. ,
' Music Department.
The woman's chorus division 'of
the Omaha Woman's club music de
partment will meet at 2 p. m.
Wednesday at the Y. W. C. I A. A
business meeting will follow tTie re
hearsal. The next musical tea will
be given on November 1 under the
direction of Miss Edith Miller.
Dundee Woman's Club.
The Dundee Woman's club will
meet Wednesday afternoon, Novem
ber S, with Mrs. W.' B.' Howard at
4722 Capitol avenue. Mrs. W. H.
Hancock will be leader, assisted by
Mrs. A. P. Overgard. "The Great
Hunger," by Johan Bojer, is the
The ads in The Bee's Friday Food
Section give prices which will re
duce the cost of ying. f .
Mrs. Anthony French Merriall.
Mrs. Anthony v French Merria:l
wilL lecture at .he Blackstone Wed
nesday morning, 10:30 o'clock on
Mu Sigma will meet Wednesday,
November 5 at 9:30 a. m., with Mrs.
J. H. Dumont, 3642 Lafayette.
Leader, Miss Ruth Thompson, as
sistant, Mrs. G. W. Plattner.
Clan Gordon Ladies.
The Ladies auxiliary to Clan Gor
don wil meet at the home of Mrs.
John Douglas, 4412r Douglas street,
Wednesday at 2 p. m.
The literature department, Omaha
Woman's club, will meet Wednes
day morning at 10 o'clock at the Y.
W. C. A. Mrs. Millard Langfield,
leader, will revew "The American
Girl in Her Community," by Mar
garet Slattery. She will be assisted
by Mrs. Frankhji Shotwell.
Daughters of Vetejans.
Daughters of Vetoans will meet
Wednesday evening; November 5,
with Mrs. Grace Lowe. 2752 Dod?e
street, by order of the president,
Mrs. Myrtle Dion.
' Collegiate Alumnae.1
Book review section will meet
Wednesday at 4 p. m. in the Y. W.
C. A. Miss Anna McCaguc will re
view I Walpole's "The Secret City."
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The Woman's Alliance of the
Unitarian church wilt hold a busi
ness and sewing meeting, Wednes
day afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock in
the Common rojjtn.
Columbian Club. r
,The ' Columbian club of the
Sacred Heart parish will give a
card party, Wednesday afternoon,
at the hall at Twenty-second and
Locust streets. .
The annual collection, and dis
tribution of new garments by the
Omaha branch of the Needlework
Guild. of America will take place at
Kountze Memorial church1, Twenty
sixth and FaMiam streets Wednes-
The Business, Women's clb meets
at 6:15 each Tuesday evening for
dinner at the Y. W. C. A., followed
by a program at 7 o'clock. The
programs are not haphazard ar
rangements, but have been care
fully prepared and scheduled up to
May 25, 1920. Miss Perte Hungate
is vice president of this organiza
tion and is also chairman of the
day and Thursday. Mrs. M. B. New
man is president of the local chap
ter, Mrs. W. G.sTempleton, honor
ary , president and Mrs. T. H.
Tracy, secretary. -There will be a
LIT ANY OF THE LONG-SUF
From girls in mustard-colored coats;
Milady's too, too scented notes;
From wild, wild women after votes
Good Lord deliver usl
From puny poodles on, a string,
The bond of "just a plain gold ring,"
And those who simply can't yet
sing . -
Guide us in safety!
fFrom neighbors' 6 A. M.-ing snores,
From prunes, and prohibition bores,
From beggars who will show their
sores - v
From Mazie's far too studied faint,
Cheeks weatherboarded, cased in
Her grating "a's" and vulgar "ain't,"
Vouchsafe us a rope!
From coffee of synthetic rye,v
From cads at dinner; breakfast, pie;
From hair that's false, and reeks of
- ' dye
We ask which way out?
From childhood's, man's and in-law's
. . kiss,
Green novels of your college miss,
From much of that and lots of this
Oh, oh, save us!
From tcnd,er little vines that cling,
The mannish miss whose walk's a
From spats, and oh, well, every
thing Us save!
For Mrs. Estey.
Mrs. D. C. Bradford entertained
at luncheon at' her home Tuesday in
honor of her guest,. Mrs. Harold
Estey of Boston. Cpvers were laid
for 12. Autumn flowers were used
to form the centerpiece.
Read The Bee's Food Section on
Friday for household hints, high
class recipes and low prices.
business meeting at 10:30 Wednes
H. E. L. P. Club.
The H. E. L. P. clu will meet at
the Settlement House for supper
Wednesday evening, followed by
sewing at 8.
AT FORT OMAHA
.The weekly teas which have been
give'n on Tuesdays by Mrs. Jacob
Wuest at Colonel Wuest quarters,
will be resumed Wednesday. No
vember 12. They wilt be held each
Lieutenant and Mrs. Physioe en
tertained at a box party at the Boyd,
Monday evening. Their guests in
cluded Lt. and Mrs. W. T. Thomp
son and Col. and Mi's. Jacob Wuest.
The officers of t,he post will en
tertain atf a dancing party at the
Knights tf Columbus hall. Wednes
day evening. Invitations for the af
fair have .been issued to 300
Quaint Marriage Custom.
Of the quaint marriage customs
still surviving in'old English and
Scottish- families one- concerns the
dukes of Atholl and their heirs. The
duke always carries his bride
across the threshold of Blair castle,
it being in accord with an ancient
tradition that it ts unlucky
for a bride to enter in the customary
A young woman of Edinburgh,
whose hatpin injured a man's eye
and caused him to lose the sight of
it, offered as compensation to marry
him. The offer was accepted.
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Will Hare you dollara on your fur
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only quality furaltur, at typical
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11 III" " "lllll lliniiin m iJHIIl''1""'"''"..,! I
(The Golden Cup of Gladness)
The day begun with smiles, you know,
Is sure to make a friend of foe.
Drink Advo Coffee
-Call up your grocer right.away,
"Send Advo-Coffee, no delay."
To make the daily work go thru,
Drink Advo-Coffee, "famous brew.
Luncheon and Dinner!
Sugar Cured Skinned
Hams, Special at,
New Cash Meat Market
f 212 No. 16th St.
For Quality, Service and Lowest Prices
Fancy "Sugar Cured
" per lb., '
Hams, per lb.,
Fancy Rib Roast, per lb .... 14c
Choice Chuck Roast, lb ... . 10c
Choice Sirloin. Steak, lb.. ..lc
Choice Porterhouse, lb.... , 20c
Choice Corned Beef, lb. . . .10c
Fresh Ox Tails, per lb 5c
Fancy Forequarters Lamb, per
lb. 8c t
Fancy Hindquarters Lamb, per
Choice Lamb Stew, lb...... 8c
Choice Lamb Chops, lb .... 18c
Choice Veal Stew, lb 11c
Choice Veal Roast, lb. . . . . .14c
Fancy Veal Chop., lb. r ... .18c
Fancy Veal Legs (V or whole),
per lb 17c
SPECIALS ON BUTTERINE
Swift's Premium, 2 lbs. for 70c
Swift's Gem Nut, per lb. . . .30c
Swift's Lily Brand, lb . 1 . . .34c
Swift's Atlas Brand, lb.... 30c
Swift's Lincoln Brand, lb.. 29c
Best Creamery Butter, lb., 70c
am umam mm mm mm mm mam mm am Ba
Choice Frankfurts, per lb. 18c
Choice Garlic Sausage, lb., ,18c
Choice Polish Sausage, lb., T8c
Fresh Liver Sausage, lb 16c
, Fresh Bologna, per lb. ..... 16c
Choice Minced Ham, lb. . . .25c
Choice Pressed Ham, lb ... . 25c
Small, Lean Pork Shoulders,
per lb. .v18c
Fresh Boston Butts, lb 25c
Fresh Neck Ribs, 4 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Tripe, 3 lbs. for 25c
.Pickled Tripe, 3 lbs. for. . . .25c
Fresh Little Pig Hearts, 3 lbs.
Fresh Pig Liver, 6 lbs. for. .25c
Fresh Pig Kidneys, 3 lbs... 25c
Fresh -trains, 3 lbs. for.... 25c
Fresh Leaf Lard, per lb. . . .29c
Choice Bean Pork, lb 25c
Fresh Cut Hamburger, lb., 16c
Fresh Sausage, per lb . ..... 20c
Choice Summer Sausage, lb., 25c
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