Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 17, 1920, Page 8, Image 8

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Brownihf .
Miss Esther Connolly, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. J. I. Connolly, and
Carl Wolsiffer were married at
Shanghai, . China, January 24. Mr.
olaiffer and his bride will honey
moon in Manila and will reside in
Shanghai after the latter part of
April. Dr. and Mrs. Connolly will
return to the United States early
in summer.
Marriage Announced.
Miss Mary Regan announces the
marriage of her sister, Sara Cath
erine, to Mr. Walter Stern which
i took place in Milwaukee, Saturday,
February 14. Mr.- and Mrs. Stem
will be at home aker September 1
in Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kehoe of
; Silver City, la., announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Grace, and
Grover L. Goos, also of Silver City,
which took place at their home Feb
ruary 12. Mf. and Mrs. Harry V.
Plumb of Omaha attended the wed-'
, ding.
Social and Dance.
. Ladies' auxiliary of Clan Gordon
. will give a, social and dance at the
Swedish auditorium Tuesday even
ing. " Kyan-Harrowef .
The marriage of lliss Anna Har
; rower and Mark J. Ryan of Fender,
Neb., took place. Thursday morning
A happy discovery of Cincin
nati chemist interests
women here
our high heels have put corns on
your toes ana cauuses on your ieet,
; out why care now?
A genius in Cincinnati discovered
a matric ether comnound and named
it freezone. A quarter ounce of this
.'reezone.can now be had at any drug
store for a few cents. Apply a few
, drops on, your tender, aching corn
sr callus. Instancy the soreness dis
appears and shortly you will-find the
corn or callus so shriveled and loose
' that you lift it off with your fingers.
Just think! You get rid of a hard
' corn, soft corn or a corn between
the toes, as well as hardened cal
luses for arfew cents and without
suffering one particle, without the
. slightest irritation of the surround
ing skin. Just a touch of this mar-
. velous freezone on a sore, trouble
some corn gives instant relief.
A Lady Was Flat On Her Back
With Terrible Spells, But
Her Husband Got Car-
dui And Now She
Is Grateful.
McKinney, Texas. Mrs. Mary
Stephenson of this place states:
"About a year and a half ago I was
down in bed for six weeks, not able
to sit up. I was flat on my back
and had terrible spells . . . Why,
it looked like I would die. At times
I didn't know anything. I would
get nervous, I couldn't bear anyone
to talk to me I would just jerk
and shook with nervousness . . ,
across my back was so sore and
ached me all the time. I would
have a dizzy feeling. My limbs
ached me and I would get numb and
. feel so weak . . . I said to my
husband I knew Cardui was good
and I "believed I had best try it. -
"He got me a bottle of Cardui and
M'hen I had only taken one-half bot
tle of Cardui I felt stronger. I took
a half a dozen bottles altogether,
then in two weeks after I began tak
ing I was up, in three I was doing
my work." I praise Cardui for I be
lieve it saved my life and I am grate
ful." For over 40 years Cardui has been
helping'-weakV sick women back to
health and strength. Try it
at Sacred Heart church. Miss Mary
narrower, sister of the bride, acted
as bridesmaid. Thomas Keenan was
best man.
Mr. Ryan formerly resided in
Omaha and is a graduate ot Creigh
ton college of law.
Mondamin Dance.
Mondamin lodge No. Ill will give
a dance Tuesday evening at its hall
in the Cric building.
Jewish Dance.
Preparations are being made for
the dance to be given by the Knights
cf Zion club of. Omaha -March 21.
The committee - in charge of the
dance is Ben Kubby, chairman; Her-,
bert Robinson, Maynard Greenberg,
Ben Cohn and Harry Robinson.
Theater Parties. )
W. J. Foye had 10 guests at
the Orpheum Monday evening; R.
Zitter, nine; G. L. Farnsworth, nine,
and T. E Fitzcera d. eiffht. Others
entertaining included C. E. Mas
ters, J. M. Opper, O.. M. Smith, A.
Sturtevant, S. Stuart, John Adams,
CI R Raiminii T Raldriire. V.
Currey, William Chambers. W. T.
Dailey. C. v. Gruenig, H. fc.. How
land, -E. W. Hart, G. A. Joslyn, S.
Lee. O. C. Redick, Robert Zachary,
XT T V..., i'U n.l.c Vc fdiQi,
George C. Flack. G. E. Eddy, B.
McLlroy, J. Mehlliop, V. Schnorr,
Ravmond Shields, Morton En-
glenian, Lynn Campbell, George
Rushhart, G. Gotch, W. J. Heifer.
L. L. Hafmlin, N. Peterson and J.'
Miss White Entertains.
Miss Louise White entertained at
luncheon Monday at her home in
honor of Mrs. John"-Morrison of
Fremont, Neb., who has come to
Omaha to reside. A basket of daf
fodils was used as- the table center-,
piece, and covers were placed for
nine. J. he guests were old tnenas
of Mrs. Morrison's.
Omaha Glut) Dinner Dance.
Mr. aVd Mrs. 'Barton Millard gave
a dinner . Saturday evening at the
Valentine dinner-dance at the Omaha
club in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Sibbernscn, who returned last
week from their wedding- trip.
Covers were placed for: Messrs. and
Mesdames Sibbernsen, 'Robert Gar
ratt, George Redick, Edward Creigh
ton, J ak Summers, Herbert French,
Miss Daphne Peters. Mrs. Louis
Clarke, Messrs. Arthur Keeline,
Francis. Gaines, and Mr. and Mrs.
A foursome Saturday evening was
composed of Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Kirtsler and Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Dining with Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Fraser were Messrs. and Mesdames
James L. Paxton, W. A. C. Joniir
on,. Ludovic Crofoot, F. W. Jud-
son, A. L. Reed, Henry T. Clarke,
jn, M. C. Peters; and Mr. Charles
T. Kountze.
Other reservations Saturday eve
ning included , W, R. Wood with
four; W. T. Burns, two; Ward
Burgess, .twOiT. Shirley, two;
Temple IMcFaydcn, two;- Guy
Beckett, two; Clarence J. Sibbern
sen, four; Sam Burns, two; Louis
Burgess, two.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. Swobe en
tertained at dinner Saturday eve
ning at - the dinner-dance. Covers
were placed for Messrs. and Mes
dames Herbert Wheeler, J. E.
Davidson, Mrs. R. H. Huntley, Mr.
E. A. Moore and Mr. and Mrs.
i Informal Supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Josepis, Baldrige en
tertained at supper SunWay evening
at their home. Covers were placed
for Messrs. and Mesdames Howard
Baldrige, Wilson Lowe, Edwin Tr
Swobe, Misses Gwendolyn Wolfe,
Erna Reed; Messrs, Paul Phillips,
Porter Allen, Benjamin 1 F. Smith,
Dr. W. O. Bridges and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Baldrige.
Sunshine Party.
The .George Custer Relief corps
will be entertained at a sunshine
party at the home of Miss Amanda
Tebbins, 827 South Twenty-eighth
street, Tuesday afternoon.
Entertain for Guests.
"Mr, and Mrs. Walter W. Head
entertained at a dinner-dance at
the Blackstone Monday evening.
Messrs'. and Mesdames George But
terfield oY Norfolk, Neb.; Walter
McLucas of Kansas City, and James
E Cox of St. Joe were the hon
oris. Covers were placed for 70.
" " Informal Tea.
, Mrs. Samuel Burns will entertain
informally at. tea at her home Tues
day afternoon in honor of Dr. and
Mrs. C. E. Craik of L6uiville.' Ky.,
parents of Oscar Wilder Craik.
The guests will number 30..
i Mrs. George B. Prinz is conval
escing at her home from an attack
of bronchitis.
Community Service.
Tuesday, February 17 Dinner,
Girls' Community house. , Patriots
and , Lafayette clubs, tftid the Com
munity Service staff, 6:30 p. m.
Class in dramatic art, Xifrls Com
munity house, 7:30 p. m., the Laf
ayette club under ' the direction of
Miss Ethel MiHholland.
Masque party, Girls' Community
house, S. O. Si club, 8 p. m.
Basket ball, Army and. Navy club.
Bowen Furnture company, 6 to 8
p. m.
Basket ball, Army and Navy club,
M. E. Wop team, 8 to 9 p. m.
Dance, Fort Omaha, Cluga, Pa
triots and K. K. K. clubs participat
ing, 8:30 to 11 p. m.
Benson Presbyterian Aid.
. Mrs. E. Raber will be hostess to
the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Tues
day. Luncheon will, be served .at
1:30, after which a praise service
will be conducted. Mrs. Skankey
and Mrs. 'Carson will render piano
and vocal selections. Mrs. A. B.
Marshall and Mrs. M. H. Black will
give talks. -
Sermo Club.
The Sermo club will meet Tues
day at 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs.
J. . J. Hess. The regular program
will be omitted and a Valentme one
substituted. '
How to jVlake Up'
For the home, the street and social affairs.
Sane, sensible suggestions by
Canteen Club Meeting.
Airs. George Redick will be host
ess at the regular Tuesday meeeting
of Company B canteen. The ciub
will continue its sewing for the day
P. E. O. Sisterhood.
Chapter E of the P. E. O. sister
hood will meet Tuesday for a 1
o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Perry
Riemers, 4815 Douglas street. Mrs.
Remiers will be assisted by Mrs.
Robert B. Vance.
Omekro-E-Xima club will meet at
the Social Settlement house Tites
cay evening for supper and dramatic
Business Women's Club.
Regular meeting and dinner of the
Eusiness Women's club will be held
Tuesday evening'at the Y. W. C. A.
Reader Helen Martin; devotions,
Mabel Sackett. '
Grant Corps.
The U."S. Grant Woman's Relief
corps will meet in Memorial hall at
2:30 p. ni. Tuesday.
Public Speaking.
The public speaking department
of .the Omaha Woman's club will
meet Tuesday morning. February
17, at 10 'o'clock in the Y. W. C. A.
P. E. O. Luncheon.
Chapter BX of the P. E. O. sister
hood, will meet with Mrs. H. T.
Pierce. 105' South Fiftieth street,
for a 1 o'clock luncheon on Tues
day, February 17.
Liberty Star.
Mrs. H. E; Sorensen announces
that the Liberty Star Kensington
club will meet at Ma'sonic temple
Tuesday afternoon, February 17, at
2:30 o'clock.
South Omaha Literature Club.
The literature department of the
South Omaha Woman's club will
meet Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. David S. Cook, 3614
South Twenty-third street. Mrs.
Perry Wheeler, leader, will present
a book review. Mrs. J. W. Koutsky
will give a review from Arnold Ben
nett. . Parliamentary Law.
The regular meeting of parlia
mentary law department, ' Omaha
Woman's club, will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 in the Y. W. C. A.
club rooms. E. J. Svoboda, leader,
The Abuse of Lip Rouge.
The last thing to be done before
applying face'powdcr is to attend
to the lira. There is much to learn
about-this work of art. In the first
place do not use liquid rouge. The
lips become chapped.
Before using any rouge, massage
the lies well with cream. Remove
this with a soft cloth. Take a grease
rouge, and be certain that it isn't an
all red mixture.
Insist upon getting rouge with
orange color in it.
If the mouth is large do not put
the rouge too near the corners, put
powder there instead. If the lips
are narrow use Vile tips of your
finger to make the Cupid bow, at the
center of the lips, to increase their
lfc careful if the lips are thick, and
do not put the rouge too far out
on the upper lip. Never rouge be
yond the corners of. the mouth, no ,
matter how small it may be.
Do not let the lip rouge go-one
bit beyond the pink of the hp line
It can be a lesser depth, but never
beyond the natural line. If you get
the correct grease rouge you .an
powder over it and get a beautiful
and natural color.
Be certain before applying pow
der that the rouge-- has been
thoroughlyrubbed into the lips, or
it will settle in the tiny crevices
and make the lips look streaked or
veined with red.
One of the worst faults of those
I, - W
who make up is the way they use
lip rouge. They take a lip stick
from their purses in cafes and the
aters, and apply the rouge as care
lessly as they would eat candy, and
the result is hideous to behold.
CopyrlRht National Newspaper Service.
will ' have charge of the lesson.
Gladys Shamp, department leader.
v, Spanish Club.
Regular meeting of the Spanish
club will be held Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock in room 302, Patterson
A. C. A. Notes.
The Book Review section of the
A. C. A. will meet Wednesday eve
ning at the Y. W. C. A. at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. Howard McMonies will review
"Arrow of Gold" by Joseph Conrad.
The Domestic Education section
will be entertained at the home of
Mrs. J. E. Wallace, 2004 Pratt street,
Thursday at 1:30.
Mrs. H. B. Patrick is in charge
of reservations for the luncheon
Saturday at the Fontcnelle.
American War Mothers.
The Harmony chapter of Amer
ican WarMothers will meet Tues
day afternoon at A. O. U. W. hall,
Fourteenth and Dodge.
Eastern Star.
Mrs. H. E. Sorensen, president
elect of Liberty Star Kensington
club, will be installed Tuesday eve
ning, February 17, at Masonic temple-
Things to Remember.
After the summer light colored
window shades are usually soiled.
Clean by rubbing gently with a soft
cloth wrung out of a mixture of one
pint of hot water and three table
spoonfuls of benzine, keeping the
benzine away from the fire. Dry by
wiping with soft towel.
When hands have become soft and
shrunken by using soda and hot wa
ter, rub them with common salt and
it will help to make them smooth.
To render pie crust flaky, try add
ing one-half spoonful of vinegar to
the cold water before mixing.
Silver and Glass.
For "windows and other glass,
ammonia will evaporate, thus saving
much hard work of wiping; am
monia may also be used for clean
ing paint. The dirtiest places may
be easily cleaned with a mixture of
soapsuds, ammonia and kerosene.
A daughter, Virginia, was born
Sunday, February, 15. 10 Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Powell. Mrs. Pow
ell was formerly Amelia Anthony,
second cousin to Susan B. AnthoKy,
on whose centenkry Virginia was
born. "
Registered at the Hotel Clark in
Los Angeles from Omaha are:
Messrs. and Mesdames E. E. Calvin,
I. V. Guild. H. M. Adams. C. R.
Gray, Misses June Clymonds, Bes
sie h. Hubbard, Marjone Lane;
Messrs P. F. Echele, J. L. Hough
and J. A. Cavers.
Miss Mary Olson has returned
from New York City where she has
spent two weeks?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowell and
daughter, Miss Mona, are at the
Hotel Virginia, Long Beach, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Megeath,
who have been wintering in Cali
fornia, leave the middle of March
for Rock Springs, Wyo., to visit
their son, Edward Megeath, before
returning to Omaha.
Mrs. A. B. McConnell has taken
an apartnjent in Long Beach, Cal.,
and will be joined the latter part
of the month by her daughter, Mrs,
Richard Coad.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Payne
and Mrs. Charles Gardner and chil
dren, Charles. Jack and Marianna,
are in 'Pasadena spending several
Mrs. Sophie McDermott and chil
dren, Ben and Alice are now in Long
Mrs. C. S. Connor, who has been
ill, is much improved.
Mrs. F. W. Fitzpatrick of Chicago,
arrived Monday to be the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Shaji Osato.
Mr. Ben Cotton of New York
iiy is stopping ai ine umana ciud,
Mrs. Ada Brady is ill at her home
o c
Producers of Milk
The demand for Alamito Guernsey Milk has been increasing-
so rapidly that we are in the market for a larger supply.
The Alamito Guernsey Milk is from tuberculin tested herds,
produced under the most sanitary conditions and then
pasteurized in the bottle and sealed with a sanitary cap.
We would like to get in touch with milk producers who
1tave Guernsey Herds, or who would be interested in purchas
ing them. The cows must be. tuberculin tested, the farm
must be equipped to cool milk very cold, either with coldjwell
water or ice, a milk-house, separate from the barn, is essen
tial and other sanitary requirements are necessary.
We will pay a good premium" orer the regular market
price for Guernsey Milk that will meet these requirements.
- , -
If you are at all interested, we adviseHhat yothget in'touch
with us at an early date. ,
Alamito Dairy Company
FREE Vocational School
for U. S. Service Mfen
Books, Tuition, Paper, Other Equipment, and 14
Months of Schooling, all ABSOLUTELY FREE!
'Night school for learning a trade or
' Any discharged Service man or
woman of the World Wat is eli
gible. , '
School opens Monday night, March
1. Sessions every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday night.
Enrollment starts Tuesday, Febru
ary 17, and ends February 24.
Enroll at the Creighton Law Build
ing, 210 South 18th Street.
No religious questions asked. No
religious services of any kind in the
Any vocational branches not listed
here win be given if pupil3 ask for,
them. ;
Dates: March 1, 1920, to July 1,
1920; and September 1, 1920, to
July 1, 1921.
The Knights of Columbus. is offering this school with funds do
nated to the organization during the war, for soldiers, and not used
before the Armistice. '
Bring Your
Discharge Papers
An Unkind Father.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
I am only 17 years old
and I am sick and nervous all the
time. Now, MtssyFalrfax, if you had
a man (father) like the following:,
what would you do? He never wants
my mother, sister anil myself to
leave the place, but wants us to stay
and work all the time. He is con
tinually "nagginK" at us about this
and that. He won't buy any furni
ture or aoythiiiR for our house or
won't -even buy -us any clothes, but
buys it for his parents and brother.
He rrowls about what we cook. My
mother is the best cake baker in our
town, but still he growls and he
won't buy anything to cook. I am
17 years old and he never would let
me go with' a boy and it makes him
mad if he hears me speak to them.
If you were in mother's and my
place would you leave him? He
even strikes my mother and myself.
I am in the 11th grade and 1 am
sick all the time, but still he niakrs.
me go to school. I can hardly see
but he won't get me any glasses. We
have stood it about as long as we
can. My mother is an excellent
housekeeper and is very good na
tured. They have beenvmarried 25
years and she has went through all
this all these years. Now what would
you do? Leave him? Mamma has
threatened him several times and has
prepared to leave several times, but
he's just as bad as ever. Please don't
print the town or my name. Yours
truly, S. B.
Your mother Is the one who should
decide whether or not to leave your
father. If conditions are as bad as
you describe, it is very regrettable
and the one thing for you to do is to
finish High school and try to make
a living for yourself. Get your High
school education if possible. Then
you can work your way through col
lege if you wish. Gain your own
financial independence as soon as
you can. You don't say how old
your sister lsj)ut your mother, with
only herself to "Support, would not
have to worry. Then'if your father's
conduct should bo intolerable she
could leave him. If your eyes are
weak and you need glasses, have
your mother take you to a doctor
and get the necesesary treatment.
Your father will be obliged to pay
the bill. Treat your father with as
much kindness and respect as you
can, but do not' allow him to
jeopardize your health, or rob you of
an education. In other "words, be
considerate, but not a fool.
The Mound Builders.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
While visiting Denver last summer
I became very much interested in
Heart Beats
By A. K.
All Rights Ruarved
When life runs on
So smoothly
That there seems to be
No hitch
And our wants are nearly
We all attack the weather
In caustic terms
Or grumbles
And join the moaning chorus
Like a group of saxaphoncs.
If the sun is shining brightly
From the 'Heavens
It's sure to be too glaring
Or too hot
If soft clouds float between "
They're labeled "gloom"
And not a mark of beauty
Do wc see.
If spickets in the sky
Turn on a shower
To give the parching earth
A wholesome drink
We never think N
To welcome rain;
As one grand kind
Of weather
Rut fret because
There's mud
Upon the streH
So when God
Sorts out. the atmosphere
For birds and beasts
And' flowers
And breaks the strain
Of sameness
Through the seasons
I hqpe He'll never listen
To our senseless complaint
Rut keep on
Sending sustenance
And blessings
Through the sun
And clouds v
And rains
That we may reap the li.irvest'
hven though
Let "Danderine" save yout
hair and douElc
its beauty
We must complain.
the exhibit in the state museum of
relics from the mound builders.
In my own city Denver, and Lin
coln I have been unable to find any
history of the mound builders.
Can you tell me where I can find
a history of the mound builders?
Dr. .
Write Addison E. Sheldon, secre
tary of the State Historical society,
Lincoln. He is thoroughly familiar
with Indian history and will advise
Shorty Well, Shorty, if you don't
know which boy you like best, how
should I know. I am of the opinion
none of you knows what love is.
Oh, girls, such an abundance of
thick, heavy invigorated hair; a per
fect mass of wavy, silky hair, glor
iously fluffy; bright and so easy to
Just moisten a cloth with a little
"Danderine" and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; this magically re
moves all dirt, excess oil and grease,
but your hair is not left brittle, dry,
stringy or faded, but charmingly
soft, with glossy, golden gleams and
tender lights. The' youthful glints,
tints and color are again in your
"Danderine" is ,a tonic-beautifier.
Besides doubling the beauty of the
hair at once, it checks dandruff and
stops falling hair. Get delightful
Danderine for a few cents at any
drug or toilet counter and use it as
a dressing and invigorator as told
ort bottle.
Cuticura Soap
Is Ideal for
The Complexion Fori ill
addnn: Cutlcmi LtbontlM,Dt. X. Htlifan.Mm
Bee Want Ads are the Best Busi
ness Boosters.
' 0 f mothcr'
t, fatbciv the boys
and fir,s ft's the '
Jll The beneficial A J
III III ' When you're nervous
Hill ( and tired, see bow
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