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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1919)
Frieadehlp, leva, the phtloeoBaer'e ateae.
aave nm taam pruiM, an tan v"
11 I have rala4 them tea, mm4 lor thee, have euat,
Dill aiae, aiaai t aere laoaa taaea aa. . .
I wleh that friend, war always true.
And aaotlvee always aurai
1 wish tha tad wara . aa law,
I wleh tha had vara lawar.
J. C Sane.
Gala Thanksgiving Eve
- 1 Maher, past 4 yean oia, only
child of Mr. and Mrs. John
O. Maher of Lincoln, baa had. her
photograph autographed by General
- Pershing, Admiral Sims and Mar
Major Maher, who was chief dis
bursing officer of the American ex
peditionary forces with headquarters
in. Paris in the latter part of the
war, left one of Miss Catherine's
pictures with the allied generalis
simo with a request for his auto
graph. ' ' -
Last week Mr. Maher received a
long official envelope postmarked
' "Staff of Marshal Foch, Paris,"
which contained the photograph all
signed, and a brief letter from Mar
shal Foch himself, in which he said
he was delighted to place his auto
graph oif the picture for an Ameri
can officer who served his tountry,
particularly one who served in
Autographs of the commander-in-
chief of'the American expeditionary
forces and of the commander ot the
American fleet in European waters
were also secured on other pictures
of Miss Maher while her officer-fa
titer was in service overseas.
Little Catherine is well known in
Omaha as Major Maher was sta
tioned here for several months
before eoing overseas. Mrs. Maher
. was oooular in army circles while
For Bride-Elect '',
Miss Erna Reed entertained at
a- box cartv at the Orpheum Tues
day evening In honor of Miss
Margery Smith and her fiance, Mr.
Georce Van Dorn of Chicago. The
suests included Misses Wii
fred and Esther Smith. Kathenne
Dufourca of New -York, Esther
Wilhelm. Helen Walker and Lis-
beth Brown of Batavia. 111.: Messrs,
Richard Mallory, George Metcalf,
George Stocking, Leonard Trestor,
Porter Allen, Burdette Ktrkendal
and ,Lt. E. Connelly.
Following the theater the guests
were entertained at, supper, at, the
rlage(will take place Sunday, No
vember 30, in Joplin.
' Engagement Announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Coe of
Nebraska City announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Louise,
to Clarence - Thompson Spier of
Omaha. Tha wedding will take
place in the near future.
'T Attend Ball'
Among the many parties which
will attend khe Salvation Army ball,
Wednesday evening at the Black
stone, is that given at the Omaha
club Wednesday evening for Sena
tor G. M. Hitchcock. Following the
dinner, those present will -be asked
to attend the, ball.
v ' Box, Party.
Miss lean Matters will entertain
at a bCx party at the Brandeis Wed
Miss Katherine Lowry will en
tertain informally at her home Wed
nesday evening in honor of Miss
Vena Kavansugh, whose marriage to
Frank N. Smith will take place No
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown en
tertained at dinner at the Athletic
club TuesMay evening, in honor of
their daughter, Miss Marion Frances
Brown, and her fiance, Mr. Daniel
Greunig. Pink roses and pink
shaded candles decorated the
table. Covers were : placed for
; Messrs. and Mesdames C. F. Greu
nig, William Greunig, Dr. and Mrs.
Frank G. Smith, Mrs. Charles Greu
nig, Misses Martha uyger, Dorothy
Gary, Ella Walrod and Lucy Gar
: vin; Messrs. Philip Gray and Les
lie Williams. v "
The marriage of Miss Mae
O'Neill, daughter of Mrs. Mary
O'Neill of Council Bluffs and
Thomas Ingolds1y of this city, will
be solemnued Wednesday morning
at St. Francis' Xavier church, tha
Rev. F. P. McManiis officiating.
Breakfast will be served at -Ihe
home of the, bride.v Miss Anna
O'Neill, cousin, and William Burke
of Omaha, will be -attendants.
After a short wedding trip Mr.
Ingoldsby and his bride -will Be at
home at the Angelus apartments.
The marriage "of Miss Anna Co
hen, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Co
hen, to Jack Kaufman of Minneapo
lis, will take place December 7, at
4 o'clock, at the ' Cohen ; home,
Rabbi Taxon officiating. Miss Sadie
Phyllis Rotholz and the bride's
brother, Sam Cohen, will be at
tendants. Many prenuptial affairs
have been given and are being plan
;ned for the bride-to-be. ,
' By A. K.
- Miss Grace Allison, whose mar
riage to AlJbert Sibbernsen will take
place December 27, has chosen her
attendants. The wedding will be
very quiet and Archbishop Harty
will oerform the ceremony. Mrs.
Robert Garrett, Mrs. Isaan. Carpen
Daughirty will be the bridal at
tendantV Clarence Sibbernsen and
Drexel Sibbersen, Jack Summers,
Robert Garrett and Charles Allison
v will be the men of the party.
" - Betrothal Announcement . '
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wohlner an
'nounce the engagement of their
' daughter, Sarah, to Mr. Lewis Al
bert. No date has been set for the
wedding. . ' " . v
v Wedding Date. .
Ur. and Mrs. W. R. Cooper of
Joplin,' Mo., announce the engage
. ment (of their daughter, Ruby May,
to Mr. Armin Franke, whose mar-
Long days and nights
I've wished' to rest
With God ;
The world v
I've set the time clock
For a certain hour
Since Time runs always
. Much too fast - .
"The hands were reset
Another task begun
New hope beckoned
And I struggled on.
Firm as steel
Possessed me '
When madly rushing moments
Had held -
Serenity away, .
.For seemingly. - x
The rest must come
The work may go
v Nervous system '
v Mental balance '. . '
Are at stake.
Onto the divan I listed
Folding my hands
r.ii : i... j .
My eyes closed
To shut out. Jfhe liht .
From out of the silence
Came voices t
The stocking cried: . ;
"Please mend me."
The( button box
Of pasteboard sides
Mocked at me:
"Every garmtnt, in this house
Ahd yet you sleep."
Moaned to be shut off
A draft came through
The transom , ,
. Seeking pneumonia victims.
Stacked in the corner
Called jin vain
To be carefully read.
That hideous telephone!
I cannot rest -
A thousand voices-. "
For I am the- modern mother.
I 1 .' s
1 v .... If
. cr- ; -i
4 . . I !?M
l of Mr. and Mrs. Harvy elson.
., Lincoln Club Celebrates, a
' Lincoln Woman's club has been
celebrating November 24 and 25, its
silver anniversary, which fell on
November 17, 1919. An historical
episode was . given Monday after
noon, the program being, in charge
of the dramatic department. ; On
Tuesday,, a luncheon and reception
were given at the Commercial
club. The luncheon, at whibh
covers were laid for 50 guests, was
given by the executive . board in
honor of the founders and past
presidents and a few gue'sts. The
Omaha Woman's club ' celebrated
it twenty-sixth birthday at the
Blackstone last spring.
' Birthday Affair.
Mr. J. Round was, honor guest
at -an informal affair given at his
home Saturday, the occasion being
his birthday. Those . present were:
Messrs, and Mesdames . Charles E.
Barney. John C Renfro, H. J.
Esther Wilhelm and Claire4 Rawlings, of Bristol, England, and
it i 1 1. . t : J 1 . I t t? . . - . if. r t
J-.OUIS r. irimpc; Airs, maryvjrai-
fins; Misses Majgery Rawlings,
Kathleen Round, Helen Round,
and Messrs. Eugene Barney and
Dudley Round. .
Actress to Be at Ball. V
Mrs. Louise Closser Hale, who is
playing at the -Boyd this) week, will
be one of the celebrities entertained
at the Salvation Army ball Mrs.
Hale is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Learned at. the Blackstone.
Entertain at Dinner.
Mrs., J. H. EHsberry will enter
tain eight guests at a Thanksgiving
dinner at her home, Thursday. :
1 9 lr MJJr
Thf mor crit
ical yo are U
more you'll appre
ciate the supreme
, quality of Fyy
ahoea. , Made ra
styles for dress or
work each the
- finest of its kind.
V Priced as low as
x good shoes can he
16th and Douglas.
Mrs. Offutt is acting as treasurer
for the benefit ball to be given at
the' Blackstone Wednesday evening,
under the auspices of the nursery
committee of the Salvation Army
Rescue home. Other members of
the committee are Mesdames Henry
F. Wvman. chairman, Blanche Pat
rrenn W A I7r9cr Walter H.
Head, Gurdon W. Wattles, Charles
T. Kountze, Frank Judson. Many
attractions have been planned for
those who do not dance and the
evening promises to be a gala af
.'thrown herewith many crowns!
Net only with the pshent or royal
crown of upper and lower Egypt,
no. only with the crown of mother
hood and wifehood, but this woman,
A: mes Nefertari was the great an
cestress of the new empire at
Thebes in ancient Egypt, 1700 B. C.
This dynasty, the eighteenth, was
that of the Thothmes', mighty war
riors and builders, and of the fa
mous Hatshepsu-Pharoah, woman
Pharoah and discoverer. On the
rock tablets of Massarah .opposite
Memphis on the Nile, and in the
sepulchral chambers of the Theban
Necropolis, this great woman,
Aames Nefertari, is remembered as
"the beautiful consort of Aames,1
and as "the wife of the god Anion"
(Amon-Ra). Here we have a dis
ti .ct hint of the origin of the nun
nery and of the "Brides of Christ"
idea. Aames Nefertari was high
pi'estess of the tutelary go.d of
Thebes (Amon-Ra). iv On her head
she wore not only the crowrl of
Egypt united, but the vulture head
dress signifying motherhood, for
th vulture" was the symbol of
Mut. the second person in - the
Egyptian triad of gods at -Thebes,
Amen, Mut, Khonsu. A great worn
an, whose blood flowing down the
eighteenth dynasty brought forth
those giants of achievement which
lesser men wonder at today,
For many years there have beeji
no Tuesday brides imMadrid, as the
Spaniards consider luesday an
luckyt day for marriages.
"Music it the heritage
of every human being"
;A Starr Phonograph
UrKEg you buy
yy you combine all
points of other makes in one. Its
human-like throat, made of silver
grain spruce without . a particle
of metal reproduces the living
voice or the original music in its !
Original purity and sweetness.
The tone control enables you to increase
or decrease the Volume of sound at wiltr-in
keeping with your mood. The automatic
stop prevents damage to record and needle.
Other improvements add to its convenience
.....'- x ' '
- The "SUrr" Phonograph plays all ire
ords. "With it you have access to every
piece of music no matter where, or for
what instrument produced. You can place
Vlt on the "Starr" and hear the original pro
duction in its natural beauty;'
The "Starr" Phonographs are sold
exclusively by ,
Mr and Mrs. George MeNamara
and on, James, and, daughter, Cath
erine of Beemer, Neb., returned
home 1 Tuesday. Little Catherine
haa just recovered from an operation.-
Mrs. E. C, Brown and daughter,
Miss Lisbeth Brown of Batavia, UU
arrived: Monday and will be guests
at the home of Mrs. E. M. Royce
until after the marriage of Mist
Mist Alma Nollraan has cone to
Schuyler for Thanksgiving.
Mist Alice Walsh, who spent Sat
urday in Omaha, has returned to
her home in Fremont .
Mra! Frank Hanlon and daugh
ters, Frances and Veronica, of Fre
mont were week-end visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson
will spend Thanksgiving in Fremont
at the C- Christensen home. -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoerner
spent several days last week in Lin
coln. Miss Irene Brown of Reno, Nev., ,
is spending the week-end in Omaha.
xMiss Berniee Nelson spent the
week-end 'in Lincoln as
-Mrs. C. W. Pearsall spent theT
week-end in Lincoln as the guest
of her daughter, Miss Isabel Pear-
sail, at the Pi Beta Phi house.
Mr. Fred E. Wirtshafter of Cleve
land i3 visiting at the home of Miss
Fannie yirthsafter, hit fiacee.
" Mrs. Alice Stockdale wjil spend
Thanksgiving at Dorchester, Neb.
E. A. Moore of New York spent
Monday in Omaha.
" Mr. and Mrt.. Philip McCullough
will spend Thanksgiving in Lincoln
as the-guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Olga Leverkus left Tuesday
for Blair. ' ,
Mrs. Jojin Krefeer left Monday
for Kansas City. ; ' '
Mrs. Fannie Patterson and daugh
ter, Edith Wisely, will spend
Thanksgiving in I incoln.
Mist Lydia Ramer returned Mon
day from Kansas City.
Harry Lundberg of Boone, la.,
who has been visiting at the T. J.
Johnson home in Council Bluffs,
as returned to his home.
Mrt. Julia Archer of Fremont
spent Saturday in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wagner of
Gothenburg are topping at the
a week to make
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Schafer and
family of Bethany have returned
from Omaha, where they spent sevr
Mr. and Mrs. Petrus Anderson of
Hebron, Neb., are expected to come
to- Omaha within
Frank Parsons spent the week-end
at the Sigma Nu house, in Lincoln.
' Mist Winifred" Taylor will spend
Thanksgiving in Blair. ' N
James Dwyer of Des Moines will
be a guest at the J. W. Blackman
home for Thanksgiving.
D. E. Bradshaw wat the week
end guest of hit daughter. Miss
Mabel Bradshaw, at the Pi Beta
Phi house in Lincoln.
Miss Margaret McCandlest was
an honor guest at the Pi Kappa Phi
fall party in Lincoln Saturday even
ing. Press Club Luncheon.
The Omaha Woman's Press club
entertained at a luncheon of 30 cov
ers at the Fontenelle, Tuesday. Mrs.
Louise Closser Hale, who is playing
at the Boyd during this week, was
the honor guest. '
The Le Mars club will entertain
at an informal dancing party Wed
nesday evening at Kel-Fines aca
Thanksgiving Dinner. '
Dr.'anU. Mrs. Milton Mach will
entertain at a family Thanksgiving
dinner at their home Thursday.
Covers will be placed for 22.
Mr. John T. I Yates entertained
66 members of the Grove Woodman
circle at the Orpheum Tuesday even-
114 E66SA DAY NOW
INSTEAD OF 25 A DAY
That Mwai About $108 Extra In
come Per Month for Mrs. Repp.
"I hT 100 bBi, tBcludln Ut polleU
not old anourh ta 1. and had baan cat-
tins 25 to SO asr day. Thtn I triad
Don Buns in tha faad, and am now gat
tins 107 to 114 afi day." Mra. Eiaia
B. Ropp, R. R. I. Littlai. Ind.
Mr. Ropp got thi ineraaaa ot T .doaen
a day in the mlddla of winter. At SO
eanta a doita, SO dajra a month, this makes
II OS jextra liftoma a month. The Don
Suns for her 200 heni coat her about 12.80
per months Yon can eea how well it paid
her, and We'll guarantee it will pay you.
Here's our offer:
Give your hene Don Suns and watch re
ults for one month. If you don't find that
it payi for Heelt and paye you a good
profit beaidee, limply tell ua and your
money will be promptly refunded.
Don Sunt (Chinese for egg-Iaylng)
works directly on the egg-layins organs,
and Is also a splendid tonic. It is easily
given in the feed, improves tha hen's
health, makes her stronger and more ac
tive in any weather, and starts her laying.
- Try Don Sung for SO dsys and if it
doesn't get you the eggs, no matter how
cold or wet the weather, your money will
be refunded by return mail. Get Don Sung
from your druggist or poultry remedy
dealer or send 60 cents for a package by
mail prepaid. Burrell-Dugger Co., 87S
Columbia Bids., Indianapolis, Ind. - '
ing. ' -
: 7 1 ffl
For Superfluous Hair
Use Preth as Wound
Ask Toar Dealer He Xiow
Bee -Want Ada Produce Results.
XTrtTTPT? ? All Charge Purchases Made on Wednesday Will
lNUllUJlj. Be Charged on Bill Rendered January First
Wednesday 'Morning, Bright and Early
A Sale That Will Be of Supreme interest to Every Wotnan
Direct from Our Buyer in New York
Comes A Very Fortunate Purchase of . 1
- at Greatly Reduced Prices
THIS splendid lot of garments was accumulated by thepurchas-,
-ing of a few garments from each of a dozen or so ,makers--
only those of whose production we approve were visited. Many
were purchased at big price concessions. " ,
Based on present cost of making every cbatini:he entire lot is Ja
genuine' bargain and they come toois at the moment when their
fashfon is at a pinnacle. They will id e offered you Wednesday in "
these special groups: v
Up to $1 57.50. ,
Up to $195.00.
Up to $250.00,
' Up to $ 35.00,
TO?. . $97?.? 137. , : $169
Two Other Groups Specially Priced at $49.50 and $69.50
Thesevcoats are cleverly fashioned in such wanted materials as Duvetyn, Fortuna,
Bokhara, Chamelon Gord, Tinseltone, Crystal Cl6th, Evora,, Velvet, Sealette,
Baffin Seal and Bolivia. The colors include black, brown, navy, bronze, taupe,
gray, kangaroo, reindeer, mahogany, azure, green, etc. Many of them are beauti
fully trimmed with ftir collars of Marten Sealine, Seal, Raccoon, Opossum, Coney,
etc., etc. -g. , - '
A Goat for Little Daughter
Should Be Purchased at Kilpatrick's .Wednesday
Cute little hats for the chil
dren at reduced prices is the
text of this message. There
are hats of velour, beaver and
felts. Some of them prettily
trimmed and others the smart
tailored kind. '
Divided into 2 Lots,
Wednesday at the
Special Price of N
'$2? and $500
Make it a point to visit our busy Children's and Junior sections
Wednesday. Here you will find some mighty interesting values.
Chief among them are Coats and there are four different groups,
each under a special price ticket. , '
Group No.i, $32.50 Group No.2r$l2.75
A very fine selection of Smart Coats in
all the wanted colors, in all wool ma
terials. Sizes W fit the little miss of
from 14 to 17 years. K
Here will be found long and short mod
els; belted and plain models. Coats
that formerly sold up to $59.50,. on
sale Wednesday, $42.75.
Two' Groups for the LittleTots
$12.50 and $19.75
Judged from thfi standpoint of quality and price it will be very
hard to beat them. They are made from good dependable materials
in the choicest colors. Wednesday they are arranged into two spe
cial groups under reduced price tickets reading $12.50 and $19.75.
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