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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
No U so accaraad hy I ml,
N m eo utterly slasalate.
Proareas, man' distinctly, mark alone,
Not Cod's and set tha heaat'si Cod la, tbay ar
Maa partly is, and wholly hopaa to ba. s
Bat Mm heart, though lukaewa.
Jteeponda not hi nrn.
The marriage of Miss Sadie Mur
" iray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter H. Murray, and Edward
Mehrens, was solemnized Tuesday
niorning at Holy Name church, the
Rev. Father McKeoun officiating.
-The bride wore white . georgette
xrepe, with tulle veil, .and carried
. "orchids and lilies of the valley. Miss
f;Ctherine Singles and Robert Cal-'-lahan
were attendants. A reception
'"was held at the bride's home in the
' -evening, after wjiich Mr. Mehrens
and his bride left for a short honey
moon. They will be at home at the
1 Blackstone on their return. !
.-"111., on February IS. The bridt was
formerly a resident of Omaha.
: ; . , Donohue-Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Walker an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
' ter, Ruth Clare, to Martin J. Dono
hne of Walla Walla, Wash., which
took place Tuesday afternoon at
"St. John's church. Rev. Father
Dmeen officiated. Mrs. C A. Henry
v and Guy S. Walker, sister and
brother of the bride, were , the only
, attendants. . -The
bride wore a traveling suit, of
blue tricotine with small hat to
MIGHT TO COME
Texas Lady, Ia Pretty Bad
Fix, Heard of Cardui, Tried
It, And Now Says It
Saved Her Life.
Chilton, Texas. Mrs. Mary
' Reese, of this place, states: "Some
time ago I was quite- sick and suf
fered a ! great deal. - I had been
offering quite 1 awhile
times I had such severe pains in my
"back, across my hips and in my
sides, I was in a pretty bad
; fix . .A was so restless I dreaded
'for jright to come.
-"Having heard of Cardui , I
'thought I'd try it . . . I com
menced to get better with my first
bottle. I took six bottles of Car
dui, and will tell any woman what
this Cardui Home Treatment can
and will do if taken according to
directions. VVe not only ..feel it
cured but . . . most likely saved
my life. I am able to do my work
with ease and know Cardui did it"
-; Cardui has been found to relieve
many womanly pains and ailments,
and thousands of women have
written to tell of the benefit it
has been to them, in cases of fe
male troubles and weakness.
( Cardui is prepared from -mild,
medical ingredients, which act
as a tonic and help build up health
and strength in a natural manner.
; Try Cardui. At druggists.
ONLY ONE MORE DAY
, Tomorrow closes our Pre-Inventory sale and is your last opportuntiy o get
Combs' Quality Jewelry at Bargain Prices
Our wonderful reductions have appealed to thousands who have taken advantage of
this sale to supply their needs for the future as well as for present use. Everyone has
need for birthday and wedding gifts during the year. Buy them now, give them when the
time comes, and by so doing save money this is real thrift.
Rogers 1847 Silverware
' Every piece we have goes on
sale Saturday at prices you can
not duplicate. The following
articles are included: -Knives,
Hollow handle Knives,
. solid handle Forks, Salad
Forks, Bouillon Spoons, Steak
, sets, Tomato servers, etc.
Last Price Reductions on
: $20 Ladles Wrist Watches. $1.25
One lot of men's Watches, val
ues to 20.00 at- $11.85
One lot of men's Watches, values
to $15.00 at ......$7.85
Men's Wrist Watches worth to
$30.00 at ...,. $9.95
Come to the store Saturday look them over
savings will well repay you.
r T. L. Combs & Company
tow uougias St.
i KEEP STRONG
One bottle of pure, emulsified Norwegian cod liver oil taken
now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month
'hence. It's, more economical to give your body help before
'.resistance to disease is broken down. A very little 1
OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD-LlVErVoiL
- 1 a i . .C-it. 1 1 1 '
. if -x uug way in sustaining srxengia ana Keeping up re
X;tince. ReMobm that you will bay bottU if Scott's
.Emuhion at your druggist's on your, way
XAomc. and start Droecrm? vomr mtrmntrlh.
JWsrtBiT (tade cfcod-lheroU nacd in Scatfa EamUoa ia the famous ,
a ft BLFrocess.' tnade la Norway and refined ia our awa Americas J.
match. ' The gift of the groom was
a pin of diamonds and pearls.
Immediately after, the ceremony,
dinner was served to the members
of the immediate family. , "
Mr. and Mrs. Donohue will be at
home at La Grande, Ore., after
.The marriage of Miss Reeta Cram
and B. R. Kelly, both of Tekamah,
Neb., took place Wednesday1 after
noon at the home of the Rev. Titus
Lowe, pastor of the First Methodist
church, and was followed by dinner
at the home of Mr. Keljey's aunt,
Mrs. C. H. Hannum. ,The couple
will live at Tekamah."
The wedding of Miss Ellen A.
Lindberg and Joseph E. Lind was
solemnized in the chapel of the Im
manuel Deaconess institute last
Saturday afternoon. After March
1, the couple will be at home on a
ranch in South Dakota.
Mrs. Elizabeth Black enter
tained informally at her home
Tuesday evening. Her guests
included Mesdames" W. V. Gillespie,
C. C. Lortz, W. S. Hill, F. B.
Lamberton, M. E. Moore, Lena
Wulf, Minnie Fletcher, Agnes
Wuitzler, Myrtle Adams, Melida
Jorgenson, H. L. Beasor, O. M.
Erown, Annie Hart, E. Smith, E. S,
Court, C. Claussen. Misses Louisa
Meldrum, Babe Randolph, Lucile
Brown, Alberta Fletcher, Frances
Hart, Helen Claussen, Frances Lam
berton, Rachel Wulf, Martha Wil
liams, Stella Brown and Minnie
Near East Relief.
Many box and line parties are be
ing arranged for the mass meeting
at the Brandeis theater Sunday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock. Interest in the
film to be shown is keen and it por
trays Near East conditions. The
Speaker, General Azgapetian. has a
great reputation as a painter of
word pictures of what he saw and
experienced in that terrible struggle.
1 The Nebraska Audubon society
will hold its regular monthly meet-
lie library. All nature lovers and
an micicsicu in wormiig out in
fiwrl tn th inn nnpctinne nuK1ili1
in the local newspapers, for contest
tr hft hMrl ar1w Jn Mar) ai in
vited to 'be present, both old and
MVt T. A fl1tirrt iirlm ia iitSm-
J a uni V) nW J Will-
tering at Long Beach, California,
entertain I jn fnrmn ITv lnnphann
Wednesday at her home there. The
guests inciuaea a umanans.
Among them were Mesdames E. E.
Calvin, W. H. Garratt and N. H.
Plans for the benefit for the West
minster Presbyterian church at the
Blackstone Friday evening, Febru
ary 27, have been completed. Those
who will participate in the second
part of the program have been
chosen. ' They1 are Misses Helen
Watkins, Marjorie Forgan, Florence
Etter, Blanche Bellis and Mr. Earl
A iew sets of Toilet and
Manicure pieces left and a
small lot of odd pieces. All
plain Ivory and odd pieces of
decorated Ivory at Half Price.
Decorated Ivory sets at ens-
Silver Plated Tableware
' A few 20-piece sets of table
silver left at ....... .....$11.35
Many big bargains In odd
sets of bouillons, forks, oyster
forks butter spreaders, spoons,
Ice tea spoons, etc. much less
than actual cost Discounts on
all other ; silver-plated ware.
CANT LIST ALL THE BARGAINS
-ask for what yon
By A. K.
All Rights -Reserved
From the sky
There came an object
And tell to the ground '
On the soft green grass -
A stream of red
Marked the spot " i
Where the small Dove lay.
Its wings fell helplessly
Back Irom a breast
Of God's own decoration.
Through the bird
There was a tremor
A moment's palpitation
The little head
As a life left
Its abiding place.
A full grown man -
Stood near the spot
With a smile of triumph
i Lighting his face
He had "made the mark"
A. sport was he
Who with all his strength
His nerve ,
And a good shotgun
Could kill a bird.
But the game
Was not fair ,
For the man
Who stood there
Wanted neither food
Nor revenge. i
The innocent creature
Had Come to earth i
Without asking admittance ,
Or knowing why.
It had harmed no person
Interfered with none
Carried no weapons
And used no gun.
There is something daring
And admirably game
In the man who beards
The beasts of the jungles
Armed with knife or club.
The fight is defensive 1
And calls for valor '
The victor deserves'
Some respect. '
But the man who goes i
(With a shotgun loaded) j
To kill a little bird
Takes no chances
He runs ro risk
He is n- "sport"
He's a coward.
The marriage of Miss Esther
Symons and Saul Lazarus, took
place at the La Salle hotel, Chicago,
Mme. Petrova to Speak.
Madame Olga Petrova, who is ap
pearing at the Orpheum this week,
will speak to the members of the
Association of Collegiate' Alumnae
Saturday afternoon at the Hotel
Fontenelle. Her subject , will be
"Feminism." The talk will begin
promptly at 2 o'clock,,' immediately
following the luncheon and business
meeting of the Association of Col
legiate Alumnae. Mrs. H. B. Pat
rick is in charge of reservations.
To Entertain ' General
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Towle
have charge of all arrangements for
the entertainment of . General and
Mrsr Leonard Wood and their party,
who will 'spend Sunday in Omaha.
x Dinner Party.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. D. Youngmari
will entertain at a, dinner of eight
covers at the Prettiest Mile club,
Saturday evening. Their guests
will be Messrs. and Mesdames
TraxeL Regal and Morehead.
A Big Lot of Miscellan
eous Articles at
Values to $7.50
I Silver-plated Spoons and odd
pieces of tableware, solid silver ,
souvenir" spoons, tone articles,
manicure articles silver
mounted, gold-filled Jewelry;
Cuff Links, Brooches, Lockets,
etc. Candle 8tlcks, Picture
Frames, Pin Trays, Coasters,
Tea Strainers, PencM Sets, etc.
want If you dont see It The
. Special rates tov students."
0i 4121. 1905 Ftlroam St.
How to Make Up
For the home, the street and social affairs.
Sane, sensible suggestions by
Proper Breathing and Beauty.
You haven't -any idea, girls, un
less you have done gymnasiup
work, what a difference in your
looks proper breathing will make.
Health is most necesary to beauty.
A healthy woman is almost always
good to look at.
Learn how to breathe.
Try this for a while and see if
you don't feel more like going
about yqur day's work, and if ydu
don't rest tetter at night, and
awake in the morning feeling much
more refreshed than usual.
Inhale slowly,' expanding the
lungs quite as fully as you do the
chest. Don't try to raise the chest,
but push it out. The lung and chest
expansion should be accomplished
by the deep breathing that throws
the chest out not in. .
Do not lift the shoulders while
doing your deep breathing. That
lifts, the chest. Keep the shoulders
in the same position they are in
when you start the exercise.
The ribs will move outward as
the lungs fill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kinsler and
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Caldwell will en
tertain at a box party at the Josef
rlofmann concert to be given Mon
day evening, February 23, at the
Miss Eugenie Whitmore has re
served a box for the members of
the Amateur . Musical club.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest L. Shoe
maker of Fremont with a party of
18 will attend the concert
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Jobst will
have in their box Mrs. C. W. Mor
ton, Misses Evelyn Ledwich nd
Helen Pearce, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. W.Morton, jr.
Rolf the Table Cloth.
In some of the domestic science
schools the pupils are now taughtto
roll table cloths instead of folding
them, since the folds in the linen
are always the first places to show
wear. The cloths are ironed flat, and
rolled" while being ironed. Start to
roll them as soon as a half a yard
is ironed and keep the roll directly
in front, turning it as fast as the
Really It would be hard
to choose just one from'
this superb list of
587- March of the
, 'Tanks .
897 Carolina Sunshine
842 Gates of Gladness
9781 Love You Just the
Same, Sweet Adeline
977 Old-Fashioned Gar
992 Bless My Swanee
Hear Them Tomorrow at
Count six while inhaiiiig a::d hold
the lungs and chest in their expand
ed position four counts. ' Then ex
hale at the 6ame rate you inhaled on
six counts. ''
Do this before meals; in the open
air, If possible, and upon retiring at
night. You will sleep like a child
if you do this regularly. '
While waiting for street cars, or
doing other things that leave you
idle fo a few minutes, rise on your
toes, all the while breathing deep
ly, and keeping the shoulders back
If you are inclined to be round
shouldered fold the arms in back
while taking the exercise. You will
straighten up quickly.
We know how much dancing does
to correct poor figures and produce
a graceful walk. Dancing girls are
always graceful, well, and seldom
Copyright National- Newspaper Servlca.
ironing is done. Thick brown paper
may be used if you have no regular"
roll. One clever woman who pro
cured several mailing tubes placed
them end to end and covered them
with a fancy wall paper, pasting it
on securely., This makes a firm
foundation for the roll.
Business and professional women
of Minneapolis have opened an up-to-date
There were more brilliant men than Washington in
Washington's day. There were men better trained in
war and statesmanship. .' -
x Neither his natural ability nor his training made him
great: it was the greatness of his faith.
All through his letters runs one high
note a supreme conviction that he,
and his country, are instruments in the
service and thekeepingofAlmightyGod.
The world is suffering for many
things these days; but for nothing as
much as its need of Faith.
It needs Washington's strong sense
of stewardship his conception of life
and all Its possessions as a great trust to be adminis
tered in the service of men, under the guidance of
Almighty God , To deepen the conviction and service
of men and women, the Evangelical Churches have set
side February, as Christian Stewardship Month.
IS1ERCHURCH World Move
of Worth olmericai
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Miss Irene Wilson of Chicago
arrived Wednesday to spend 10 days
as the guest, of Mrs. Wilson ' Low
and Mr. Low.
MrsJ William M. Nielsen and
daughter; Miss Gladys, left Tuesday
evening to spend several weeks in
Cleveland and Chicago. v '
Miss Martha Sharp left today for
Seattle, Wash., where she will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. W.
Miss Grace Richter of Minneapolis
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Windsor
S. E. Martin of Canton, O., who
! has been the guest of his sister, Mrs.
A. A. Hoopingarner and Mr. rloop
ingarner for the last month, has re
turned to his home. '
Mrs. H. J. Bailey will return this
evening from Lincoln, where she has
been spending a few days.
' Mrs. Edward Callahan of Los An
geles, formerly of Omaha is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Schall.
Mrs. Warren Blackwell is plan
ning a trip to New York City in
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur English are
in California and will not return to
Omaha until May. They were un
able to obtain passage to Honolulu
and obliged to abandon their trip.
Mrs. Thomas Burt, who was re
cently operated on at St Joseph's
hospital, is convalescent.
Mrs. G. A. Woodland is seriously
ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Ben Baker is sick at her
A son was born Saturday to Mr.
-and Mrs. W. A. Schall.
Miss Paufine Crane is ill with
pneumonia at her home on Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed and
daughter, Miss Erna Reed, leave
soon for Excelsior Springs.
Fritz Koenig, who has been in
New York, is now visiting his sis
ter, Miss Gertrude Koenig, at Vas
sar college and will be home soon.
Miss Gladys Wilkinson of Lin
coln, spent Thursday in Omaha.
Mrs. Anna Bertelsen and daugh
ter, Miss Martha Bertelsen of Hol
stein, Ia., will arrive today to attend
On Washington's Birthday
Let Us Remember Washington's Faith
Christian Stewardship Educational
Period; February 22. Stewardship Ac
February 29, Ufa Work Enlistment
Pre-Eastar period for tha deepening
of the Spiritual Life. Evanteliua and
the Enlistment of Life Recruita
April 4, Easter Sunday. National Join.
For full information and help$for Patwn, Sunday School Super
intendents and Women' and Youjtg People's Societies write the
the funeral of Mr. Bertelsen's sis
ter. Mrs. Anna Ketchum.
Mrs. Ben B. Wood and son, Ben
Brown Wood, 3d, will leave Clark
son hospital the end of this week
for the Wood home. '
Mrs. George B. Thunimel and
daughter, Marcia, who are visiting
relatives in Syracuse, N. Y., will be
home in about two weeks,
Mrs. William M. Nielsen and
daughter, Miss Gladys Nielsen, left
Tuesday evening to spend several
weeks at Sandusky, Cleveland and
Mrs. George B. Ayers of Dead
wood arrived Friday to visit her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coon.
Omahans stopping at the Hotel
McAlpin during the past week have
been: D. Crounse, C. G. Martin,
Miss G. Backus, Miss Edith Latta,
and William S. Latta.
Mrs. James Richardson, Mrs.
Cuthbcrt Vincent, Dr. Jennie Call
fas and Mrs. W. T. Boyer, returned
Friday from Chicago. 4 -
Jack Peacock is leaving soon for
New York, where he will take a six
montfis' course in interior decorat
ing at the New.York Schol of Fine
Mrs. Lulah T. Andrews spent
Thursday in Omaha on a rettltn
trip from Chicago to Lincoln.
The children's dancing class at the
Social Settlement house will meet
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. There
will be special dancing from 8:30
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Sunday, February 29, will be National Life Work
Enlistment Sunday. On that day the call will be
sounded for greater spiritual life and the enlistment of
tens of thousands of young people for special Christian
Next Sunday, February 22nd, has
been set aside asStewardship Acknowl
edgment Sunday. The goal of the
Churches is ten million Christian
Stewards regularly enrolled in the holy
habit of giving of the first fruits of
' Ten million men and women admin
istering their lives and incomes as a
God-given trust such a group can
transform America I
, Will you be one of that ten million? .
' Will you, on next Sunday Washington's Birthday
prove yourstewardshipby dedicatingafirstproportionof
your income to the Kingdom of God through your Church?
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sturdy American boys
give their shoes every
day of the year. One
sure way of keeping
the shoe bills down is
for your boy. You
will find that one pair
of these shoes will
outwear two pairs of
ordinary boys shoes.
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