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THE BEE. OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MUVEMtJEK 26, iyi9.
. Hastings Woman's Club.
The members of the Hastings
, Woman's club entertained their hus
bands and all the teachers of the
city at a play at the high school au
ditorium, "The Kettle Sings." the
play presented last spring by the
dramatic department of. the Lincoln
Woman's club, was given.
Going to the theater? Look over
the amusement ads.
We Received a Large Shipment of Extra
Fancy, Fresh Dressed Poultry. If You Con
sider Quality, Our Prices Are the Lowest.
Extra Fancy Turkeys, lb.; 45
Extra Fancy Geese, lb., 34
Fresh Dressed Chickens, springs
or hens, per lb. ..... .29H
Prime Rib Roast, per lb., 19
Choice Steer Pot Roast, per lb.,
Young Mutton Legs, lb. . . . 15
Choice Steer Round Steak, per
lb., at ..... 10
Fresh Oysters, per qt 55
Home Made Mince Meat, per
lb., at 25
All brands of Best Creamery
Butter, per lb. . . ... . . . .73
Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables at the
1407 Douglas Street
T DY Johnston Forbes-Robert
I son, better known, perhaps, as
... Gertrude. Elliott, sister of
beautiful Maxine, and . herself a
charming -woman, accompanied her
husband to America when he came
here a few weeks ago for his Amer
ican tour of Shakespearean lectures.
"Just to keep track of Sir John
ston" she explained. .
Nineteen years ago the romance
of the great Shakespearean expon
ent and the beautiful little Ameri
can actress found its consumma
tion in marriage. Those who know
the Forbes-Robertsons intimately
bear witness it is as fresh in their
hearts, as fragrant as if 'it 'had
bloomed but yesterday.
"I want you to see the picture
ot my four daughters, volunteered
Lady Forbes-Robertson jn a recent
interview in New York City. .
"Quite , a crowd, aren't they," she
smiled. "This one,, our -first, is in
school just outside Paris. Her
drawing is full of promise. She is
Two New Cash Meat Markets
For Quality Meats and Poultry. 212 N. 16th St. and 2408 Cuming St.
. Dry Picked
Choice Pork Loin Roast,
per lb. .27
Choice Boston Butts, 25
Pure Lard, 10-lb. pail,
at ............ $2.95
Compound Lard ..... 27c
Choice Pork Sausage, 20&
Choicest Veal Roast, per
lb., at ...12
Choicest Veal Breast, per
lb., at 12'
(With pocket for dressing)
Choicest Veal Chops, 18
Choicest Veal, Steak, 25
Sugar, Cured " .Regular.
Hams, per lb .... . 24tf
Sugar Cured Picnic Hams,
per lb. . 19
Fancy Strip Bacon, 27
Hindquarters Spring Lamb. . .... .17
Forequarters Spring Lamb ....... 10
Choice Lamb Chops . . ....... 20
Choice Round Steak.. 18
Choice Sirloin Steak 20
Fresh Hamburger Steak .. v ...... . 16
Choice Corned Beef 17
taking- up painting seriously, and
has already won honors". She loves a
good time. I get glowing accounts
of girlish escapades in the school.
My husband says so far as he can
discover the purpose , of a young
ladies', finishing school it to give
the young ladies a perfectly hilarious
time." -: "-:
- Gertrude" Elliott's artist daughter
is as like her mother as the second
pea in a pod. '-" '
"She is even more like my sister,
Maxine," declared the mother. "She
has my sister's build, tall, more
generously proportioned .than my
self. Our second girl is so much like
her father in looks and manner she
is really funny. Take this picture
of her, for example; I have a pic
ture of Sir Johnston as Romeo that
could easily me mistaken for this
very photograph." y '
"She is born to the stage, loves it,
has loved it since she was a tiny
tot. I'm afraid we will not be able
to keep her out of the theater."
Asked if she objected to the thea
ter for her children she said
"Certainly not I will be proud,
happy, .to have our daughter follow
in the footsteps of her father. We
do not urge our children to any
line of endeavor. They must choose
for themselves. Having chosen, we
will do our best to guide and counsel
them wisely. . .
Lady Forbes-Robertson says her
husband declares he will never
again put grease paint on his face.
"But this feeling is not contagious,"
she hastened to say. "I am just as
happy in my work as ever, and he
is just as happy in my work as when
he, too, was playing. Retiring from
any work must be a matter, of in
dividual decision. It is the privilege
of the worker to go on with work
until he or she feels the call to stop.
Any other course would be easily
selfish and unjust It could not
make for happiness."'
Sir Johnston rorbes-Kobertson
will lecture on "Shakespeare and
His Art" in" the ball room at the
Fontenejle hotel at 3:45 p. m. Wed
nesday, 'under the auspices of the
Omaha Society'of Fine Arts.' His
lecture will be illustrated by selected
readings. . - . '
' . Music Department
The Woman's club chorus will
meet at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday
at 2 p. m. , ,
Mrs. Anthony French Merrill,
Mrs. Merrill will speak at the;
Blackstone Wednesday morning,
November 26 at 10:30 o'clock on
"Vicente Blasco Ibahez. U
Y.W. H. A. :.'
Wednesday, the Kensington
Chummy club will meet at 8:15.'
Also the class in Jewish history.
Community Service. '
Folk and aesthetic dancing class
at Community house Wednesday
evening for girls. , . 4 . .
" H. E. L. P. Club.
H. E. L. P. club will meet Wednes-'
day evening at the Settlement house
for. supper and dramatic art.
. .-. . , v .'
American War Mothers.
The Omaha chapter of American
War Mothers have postponed their
meeting- scheduled for Friday, No
vember "28,- until December IK
The Christian. Endeavor societies
of the First Presbyterian and First
Christian churches will have a' sup
per and Thanksgiving festivity Fri
day evening at the Presbyterian
church., ' "
W. C. T. U. Delegate. '
Miss Ida Kubby, who went as fa-
delegate to the national convention
of the W. C. T. U. last week, re
turned home Monday afternoon.
While Miss Kubbv was attending
the national convention she was
elected to the world's convention
which wilKbe held in London, Eng
land, in April, 1920. " ,
North Bend Club.
The North Bend Woman's club
at its meeting November 14 took up
its first lesson in citizenship. Miss
Laura Roump talked on The Li
brary in Americanization."
M. E. Missionary Society.
The M. E. Missionary society of
Benson will be entertained at lunch
con at the home of Mrs. C. H. Pe
noyer, 253 North Sixty-fifth street,
next Wednesday. She will be as
sisted by Mrs. P. A. Legge and Mrs.
E. C. Hodder.
BY BEATRICE FAIRFAX
Important Questions. , ,
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee; I
am 'coming to you to And out your
Jdeas on a few questions: '.
I wish to know If when a boy
and girl go to a cafe1 for a little
"feed" who should do the ordering?
Also what is something, nice to order
when going to a cafe after a movie
or dance? I do "not want to take
up too much .room, but Just one
more question :; If a boy makes a
date for an entertainment and wheh
he calls to go who should suggest
leaving the house I mean when It
is time to go to the entertainment-4-the
boy or girl? : '.
I would like to. see this In -print
aoon. Thanking you for your trouble.
1 I WANT TO KNOW.
The boy should do the' ordering
after due consultation ' with the
young lady on a, question of such
importance aa a "feed." A sandr
wlch with chocolate or coffee is a
favorite order for such occasions as
you describe. Add a salad if you
like. If you don't care for foods so
substantial, ice cream in gome form
is quite an acceptable choice. When
it is time to leave for an entertain
ment, the girl should excuse her:
self to put on her wraps. In other
words, it is the girl's move. The
boy made his move . when he called
as an escort, and thereafter he
awaits his lady's pleasure. . ,
Titlan-llulred Blonde. '
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha' Bee:
Please tell we when a couple Jjecome
engaged if the gentleman' gives the
girl a ring is the girl supposed to
give the boy a ring, too,' or does he
get' both rings if he cares to wear
one? Also would like to knoyt what
colors would suit me best, as I Have
light red hair and kind of red in
my face? Thank you. X. Y. Z.
The girl is not supposed to present
a . man with an engagement . ring.
Some people like to exchange wed
ding rings, but whether a man wears
the plain gold band or not, is a mat
ter of taste. ' Browns, blues, black
and white, and greens are good col
ors for auburn-haired people. Reds,
and pinks are dangerous colors,
though a soft shade of pink may be
very stunning, on a "Titian" blonde
if she is pale but I wouldn't ad
vise a redrfaced girl to try it
FANCY TURKEYS FANCY GEESE FANCY DUCKS
42c 32c 32c
FANCY SPRING FANCY LAMB FANiAcAMB
CHICKENS LEGS ROA&i
29c 17'c 12c
STEER ROUND ; PRIME RIB VEAL ROAST x
19c 20c 15c
LAMB STEW LAMB CHOPS ROAST
4''"25c 12c 28c
A BIG SALE
Our Grocery Stock must go this week take the advantage of our
closing out sale and save from v v
Candy Candy All Assortments
At less than the wholesale cost.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT ABOVE PRICES.
11S South 6th Street.
ARMY GOODS FOR SALE
THE NEBRASKA ARMY & NAVY SUPPLY CO.
1619 Howard Street.. ISIS Howard Street.
Now to your opportunity to participate in a regular aale of Winter Wearing
Apparel at Remarkably Low Prices.
Corduroy Veets, leather lined and leather aleevee, alios 44, 48 and 48 n'J,
Exceptional values at :I 2
Sheep Vests, without sleeves, largo sixes only . $7.50 and SS.49
Army Munson Field Shoes, brand new, at price. o( . JO.VS
Army Regulation Tents, 16x18 with a 3-ft. wall, pyramid shape, extra heavy
duck canvas.. These tents cost the government up to $100. Have bran
used In service. Our sneeUI affer .$35.00 and $27.50
Army Comforters or Quilts, renovated. . la khaki or varied colors, each
U. S. Wool Army-Blankets, renovated, sal price VSB
Army All-Leather Halters, brand new
Khaki Oversea Mackinaws, brand new i '?'.;
Khaki Sweatera, with sleeves, brand new .' J5"2i
Khaki Sweaters, without sleeves, brand new..................... ...$4.88
Sweaters with shawl collars, brand new ,
Cotton Double Blankets, plaid, gray or brown, brand pew, at . . .
Wool Union Suits, brand new, per auit
Khaki Flannel Shirts, brand new, at
UhaI Ammh ...... ................
Army Sanitary Cot Beds, all Iron, brand new. Simmons- sagiess springs, gray
tubular ends. Special while they last . ..$5.69
Shoes, brand new, Munson last, marching, genuine oak solos, at. $6.98
Pork and Beano, per can ..lBc
Work Shoes, exceptional values ...... i.
. .V .3.79
Khaki Flannel Shirts
Ulster Sheep Lined Coats
D. D. Wool Mackinaws
Three-quarter Sheep Lined Coat, at
Light Cashmer Socks, pair, 39c i per
dozen t $430
Khaki Wool Socks .79c
All Wool Socks, black, used but thor
ourhlv renovated: hi dozen lots ' onlyi
while they last $3.98
White Wool Socks, heavy ...69c
Cray Wool Socks, light 59c
Whit Wool Socks, light 59c
White Jumbo Wool Socks, extra heavy,
Cotton-Socks, brand new, per dos. .$1.65
TO OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS W ship goods exactly as advertised. Mak order
out plainly. Include money order or draft. No. C. O. D.'s shipped. If ordered by
parcel post include postage. Tou are assured oi prompt ana aisiacury iinpuniu
REFERENCE Stat Bank of Omaha.
Make Money Order or Drafts payable to
THE NEBRASKA ARMY & NAVY SUPPLY CO.
1619 Howard St. 1619 Howard St.
(By Fall-child Fashion Berries.)
Deajuville, France. (Special Cable
to The Bee.) The leather coatee is
meeting with tremendous success
here. Leather-trimmed dresses are
also the , vogue. Even georgette
frocks are . leather-trimmed. Beige
and majbort. are popular colors at
this watering place, which is at pres
ent crowded, with chic people from
both America and England. 'Price
at the hotels are exorbitant, but all
rooms are taken. Restaurants and
cafes are "crowded and money is
(By , Fnlrchtld Fashion Service.)
Paris. (Special Cable to The
Bee.)--A , great many American
buyers have sailed, many not wait
ing for the Callot and Cheruit open
ings, 'which were as usual the last
to be held. - "t ' '
-Prices are exorbitant and buyers
complain of: the difficulties in ob
taining anything really novel. Prices
for both millinery and dresses have"
advanced . over last season, but re
ports are that in spite of the prices,
orders have been heavy.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
As you seem able to answer all
kinds of questions, I will try to get.
my curiosity satisfied, too. What
Is meant by second and third cous
ins? Is it right for such relatives
Thanking you in advance ana Hop
ing to- receive an early reply in The
Bee, I anv-yours truly, .
Tour, second cousin might be your
parent's first cousin, or you mother's
cousin, for instance, is your second
cousin. Third cousins are too far
apart on the family tree to-be given
much, consideration whatever they
are. It is decidedly unwise for even
second cousins to marry, although
some , people risk the health and
mentality of their progeny in so
Grateful: The only safe course to
pursue with regard to moles is to
consult a good beauty parlor opera
tor. They can remove them for you.
Turkey, per lb. .. . . . .37X6 Lamb Legs, lb. ........ ,15?
Geese, per lb. .31 Mutton Stew, lb.... 5
Ducks, per lb ...... . . 33 Fresh Liver, lb. ... . . . : . . .5
Chickens, per lb. .. . . .25 Sugar Cured Hams, lb., 18Kfr
Fresh Pork Loins, lb. 23 Ht Sugar Cured Bacon, lb. 28 K
Pig Pork Roast, lb... .18H Swift's Premium Hams, per lb.,
Fresh Pork Chops, lb. .. . 25 at ................. .32
Steer Pot Roast,' lb lit Swift's Premium Bacon, per
Porterhouse Steak lb., 22M' ' lb. at. ............. .44
Young Veal Roast, lb. . . .11 Compound Lard, lb. . . .2614V
113 North 16th Street
To get in or out of business use The Bee Want Ad column.
WMPot All Feasts-
The success of your Thanksgiving dinner depends, aside from your own skill as a good cook, OS the
quality of: the goods you buy. The guarantee and certainty of quality In BASKET STORES ia aasux4.
Please note that we advertise one grade of poultry only we hare no second and third arades all art
dry-picked A No. 1 quality. And you will have cause of additional thankfulness on ThanksglTing Day
for these low prices. fFull weights always assured).' , i , '..
FANCY DRY PICKED TURKEYS, per lb 4()
FANCY DRY PICKED GEESE, per lb 31
FANCY DRY PICKED DUCKS, per lb 35
FRESH DRESSED SPRINQ CHICKENS, lb. .30
FRESH DRESSED HENS, per lb 30'
FRESH OYSTERS, per quart 60c
FANCY BEEF POT ROASTS, per lb ,12t ,
FANCY VEAL ROASTS, per lb 16
FANCY LEG OF LAMB, per lb 32t
FANCY ROAST OF LAMB, per lb .23
FRESH HAM. Whole or half, per lb.'. 28Ht
WRIGHT'S THOUSAND ISLAND OR WRIGHT'S
SALAD DRESSINGS', choice 27
BASKO PEAS, finest quality, can 215
PUMPKIN, fine for pieB, large can 12
SNIDER'S TOMATO SOUP, tall cans ...13
CAMPBELL'S . ASSORTED .SOUPS, can ...... 1 1
FRESH PEANUT BRITTLE CANDY, lb 27
BRILLIANT HARD MIXED CANDY, lb. 33
BRACH'S CHOCOLATES, lb., 50 J 5-lb. box
fr - . $2.25
BASKET STORES Closed All tony
FANCY CALIFORNIA CELERY, re-sorted and
trimmed, large stalks ...13
FANCY CRANBERRIES, 2 quarts for ..25
ORANGES. Valencias, 176 size, dozen........ 49
NEW NO. 1 ENGLISH WALNUTS, lb. ...... .45s)
NEW MIXED NUTS, No. 1, per lb... ........ 39
GRAPE FRUIT, fancy large, 9 3 for.... ...25
5IEW WISCONSIN CABBAGE, per lb... ...... .4s
FRESH SWEET POTATOES, lb....... ..54
JELL-0, all flavors, per pkg. 12
JIFFY JELL, all flavors, pkg......... H
ORANGE AND LEMON PEEL, per lb ..50
CITRON, per lb. j ., . ... . .60
.SEEDLESS RAISINS, new.15 ox. pkg.......' .26
CASH HABIT PEAS, extra standard, can . '. : ... 18
"CURRANTS, limited supply. 01. pkg.... 29
NONE-SUCH MINCE MEAT, fresh stock. . . 13
SYLMAR RIPE OLIVES, qts., 42; pints. .25
POMPElAN OLIVE OIL, pint cans. .. .... .39
MAZOLA, quart cans, 751 pint cans 38
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Vegetole (a vegetable
Simon Pure" Leaf Lard
Devonshire Farm Sausage
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stocked witn Armours Oval Label
Food Products for dailv anH hnli.
day use you are fortified for winter
months. The hardest part of the house
keeping, the ; planning and cooking the
meals, is provided for.
The completeness and variety of the Oval
Label line suggest any amount of menus
for breakfast, dinner, lunch or supper. . t
Just a look at the shelf so filled gives inspira
tion; the answer to, "What shall we eat today'
Many of these foods are ready cooked; others need
but little preparation ALL are time-savers. The
quality is guaranteed by the Armour Oval Label
it means one standard of excellence forall the best :
Your dealer has or can get any
of these Armour Oval Label
Foods for you. Ask him for
them. A supply on; your
pan try shell guards against
any food emergency. . . ; -
R. C. Howe
Douitaa 10SS Manager Oaaaha. Ntb.
For interesting menus and cooking recipes send
for free copy ot "Tht Busintss of Being a Hons
" Address Department of Food Economics,
Dept. ASi, Armour and Company, Chicago.
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