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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1920)
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 6,
The marriage of Miss Hazei De
Jamette and Roy M. Gould took
place Easter Monday at high' noon
Does Your Blood
How to Make the Test That Tells
A pale face, a nervous irritable disposi
tion, a lack of strength and endurance
these are the warning signals that Nature
gives when your blood is getting thin, pale,
watery and starving for iron. If you are
not sure of your condition, go to your
doctor and have him take your blood count,
or else make the, following test yourself:
See how long you can work or how far you
ean walk without becoming tired: next take
two five-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron three
times per day after meals for two weeks.
Then test your strength again and see how
much you have gained. All good druggists
ell Nuxated Iron, on the distinct under
standing that if you are not satisfied you
money will bt refunded. Owl Drug Co.,
Sherman MeConnell's S Drug Stores.
. mars the p e r I e c t
(appearance of her com
and temporary skin
troubles are effectively
'concealed. Reduces un
natural color and corrects
Tgreasy skins. Highly antiseptic,
I used with beneficial results as
a curative agent for 70 years.
A ! VH RT I S KM K N T
Florida Lady Would Have Ach
ing Pains In Side, Back and
k , ShouldersTook Cardui
ancl Soon Noted Great
Odessa, Fla. "About two years
ago," writes Mrs. J. D. PoweJl of
this place, "I took several bottles
of Cardui as a tonic, for I was run
down in health. In fact, I could
hardly do anything at all; could only
rirag around and couldn't do my
"Life was miserable to me, and I
knew I must have, some relief, as I
was so very weak. I would suffer
from aching pains in my right side,
back and shoulders. I would have
such terrible nervous spells which
would come on me and I would fall
down whereever I was standing. . .
"My friend recommended that I
try Cardui ... I began using it
and soon saw and felt a great im
promevent . . ' .My appetite be
came good ... I could rest well
at night, atNj I got so 1 could do all
my housework in a short time.
. . . I praise Cardui to all my
If you suffer from ailments pe
culiar to women, it would be well
for yon to give Cardui a trial. For
more than forty years it has proven
beneficial to thousands of suffering
women, and what it has done for
others, it should do for you.
Take Cardui. the Woman's Tonic,
today. Your druggist keeps it.
at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. E. A. French. Dean Tancock
officiated. The bride was Riven m
marriage by her brother, C. E. De
Jamette. Edwin Gould, brother of
the groom, acted as best man.
Little Jane De Jamette, niece of
the bride, "was her only attendant.
The bride wore a taffeta gown of
sable brown and a corsage of roses.
Following the ceremony a wed
ding breakfast was served for the
Out-of-town guests at the wedding
were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. De Jar
nette and daughter, Jane, of Chero
kee, la., and Miss Margaret Horner
of Sioux City.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould will be at
home after May 1 at Persia, la.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Keller of
Minneapolis recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Alice
Elvira, to Dr. Bernard J. Dugan of
that city. Mr. Dugan was gradua
ted from Creighton university and
is a member of the Pi Psi Thi fra
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hughes of
Council Bluffs announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Helen Grace,
to Lieut. Thomas H. Christian of
Fort Crook, which was solemnized
Easter Sunday at the home of the
Misses Betty Annis and Sara Bes
ley, both of Council Bluffs, were
bridesmaids. The groom was at
tended by Lieuts. J. E. Neal and
Thomas Davis of Fort Crook.
The bride wore a traveling suit
of dark blue with small nastutriuni
Liefftenant aud Mrs. Christian
left immediately after the ceremony
for an eastern trip and they will stop
in Chicago to visit the parents of
Upon their return they will reside
at Fort Crook.
Mrs. C. Melia had 10 guests
at the Orpheum Monday evening;
David Gruenberg entertained 10:
J. L. Laird and H. Pickerel
each had six guests. Smaller par
ties were given by S. S. Carlisle,
Paul Beaton, V. Bering, R. L. Har
ris, J. Rosengrens, C. A. Johnson,
Slocum. J. L. Laird, F. C. Mc
Ginn. R. E. Marble, J. J. Mangel,
Hazel Evans and C. F. Mitchett.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Drop Freezone on' a touchy
corn, then lift that com
off with fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freezone on an aching .com, in
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
you lift it right out. Yes, magic! No
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs
but a few cents at any. drug store,
but is sufficient to ' remove every
hard corn, soft com, ot. corn
between the toes, and the calluses,
without soreness or irritation.
Freezone is the sensational dis
covery of a Cincinnati genius. It
Before that litflew
skin eruption becomes serious apply
Even in severe cases of eczema,
or other like skin troubles, Resinol
Ointment, aided by Resinol Soap
usually brings quick relief and in a
reasonable time, clears away the
trouble completely. How much
more.then.ean this simDle inexpen
sive treatment be relied upon to dis
pel skin troubles in their earliest
stages. It is a standard skin treat
ment, prescribed for years. Don't
wait try it today. StUhuJnierut-
- JaR medicine possess- Jjk
m ing tonic, alterative and reton-
( M structive properties. Useful in treatment
f of 'debilitated conditions caused by overwork or pro
I i longed mental strain or nervous irritability, sleeplessness,
I brain fag, or general depression of the nervous system. 1
Prepared under formula filed with and approved bythe . 1
v.' Chief Chemist Treasury Dept., Washington, D. C'
T BRI-A-CEA DRUG CO. ;
Bri-A-Cea it Sold in Original 16-oz. Bbttles Only 3
T Refus All Substitute!
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Mrs. E. M. Syfert.
At the annual meeting of the
Drama league held Monday after
noon at the Blackstone. the follow
ing officers were elected:
Airs. E. M. Syfert, president; Mrs.
Edgar Morsman, first vice presi
dent; Mrs. Luther 'Drake, second
vice president; Miss Belle Dewey,
third vice president; Mrs. Ralph
Peters, fourth vice prisident; Mrs.
Lucien Stephens, fifth vice president;
Miss Erna Reed, recording secre
tary; Miss Emily Kelley, corre
sponding secretry; Mrs. Henry Mc
Donald, treasurer; chairman of com
mittee on plays, Mrs. Samuel Burns;
chairman of program, Mrs. Victor
Roscwater; publicity, Mrs. H. H.
Baldrige; membership, Mrs. VV. A.
C. Johnson; courtesy, Mrs. George
Prinz; auditing, Mrs. Henry S.
New members on board of di
Mesdames E. M. Syfert, II. H.
Baldrige, W. A. C. Johnson. Myron
Learned, Martin Harris, E. P. Peck,
Leonard Everett, Charles G. Mc
Donald, Miss Jeanette McDonald,
Miss Krna RpeH. Henrv Doorlev
and Rex lorehouse;
The marriace nf-Miss Vera Moss-
berg of Minneapolis and Hugh Wes
ley riale ot umalia tooK place Sat
urday afternoon at the home of the
Mr. anH Mrs. T-Talp have cone
west. They will spend several weeks
traveling in Lalitorma. After June
i tney win De at nome in umana.
The marriage of Miss Jennette
Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Jessie
Wilson, of Doniphan, Neb., and Fay
Victor Chiles, son of Mr; and Mrs.
G. H. Chiles, of Omaha, took place
Easter Sunday morning at the
Hanscom Park Methodist church,
the pastor officiating.
The bride was gowned in organ
die' and lace with veil of tulle. There
were no attendants. Following the
ceremony breakfast was- served for
the immediate relatives and a few in
timate friends at the Chiles home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chiles- will be at
home after May 1 at 816 Hickory
The marriaee of Miss Luella
Langworth of Omaha and 'James
Harrell of Texas took olace at
Raton. N. M., March 24. The cou
ple have gone on a trip to Cuba and
southern resorts and will resid at
the Muelbach hotel in Kansas City
after June 1.
Omahan to Wed.
The. marriage of Miss Mildred
Wheeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry A. Wheeler of Chicago, and
Arthur W. Wakeley, son of L. W.
Wakeley of Omaha, will take place
Saturday evening at the home of the
bride's parents. It will be an elab
orate evening affair. Mr. Wakeley
is in nicago at tne present time.
Airs. Lindsey Wheeler will be
matron of honor, and Mrs. Norman
Harris and Misses Ethel McNair.
Helen Leavitt and Esther Van Der-
voort wiil be attendants. Nelson
Wallace will be best man, and the
ushers will be Morton and Thomp
son Wakeley, broHierft of the groom,
Lindsay Wheeler, brother of the
bride, and James Van Toor, Allan
Lockard and William Fielder.
Le Mars Club.
A dance will be given Tuesday
evening, April 6. at Kelpine
academy by the Le Mars club.
A dancing party will be given Fri
day evening, April 9, at Fort Omaha
by the officers of the post.
' Mrs. H. B. Bergquist entertained
informally at her home Monday
Mrs. W. G. Nicholson and Miss
Irene McKnight will entertain mem
bers of Company B Canteen at the
Blackstone luesday afternoon.
v Speaks at Beatrice.
Dr. Jennie Callfas spoke before
the Woman's club at Beatrice Mon
day. For Visitors.
Henry Cox will entertain at
luncheon Tuesday at the University
club for-all violinists who are at
tiMdine the Nebraska State Music
Teachers' association. Tuesduy
evening he will have as. his guests
at the club the members of the
committee on standardization. Fol
lowing the election of officers,
Thursday morning, Mr. Cp will
give a lunche"on at the University
club for the newly elected officers.
100 Baby Dresses
100 Babies' Sheer
Nainsook Dresses, elaborately-trimmed
broidery and lace, inser-tion-4-ribbon
ing and embroidered ef
fects. Sizes 2 to 6 years.
Very specially priced.
ZOO Long Dresses
Baby Long Nainsook
Dresses, lace and embroi
dery trimmed. Very spe
cial for Tuesday.
Long Dresses 95c
Baby Long Nainsook
Dresses, daintily trimmed
in lace insertion and em
broideries. On sale Tuesr
Petticoats, long and
shortl Choice, 45c?
Baby Flannelette Go wns
Baby Flannelette Ki
monos, prettily trimmed.
Baby S acq ues
Baby F la n n e 1 e t te
Sacques, daintily trimmed.
Baby Flannelette Ger
Mrs. II. J. Bailey, who has been
ill, is improved.
"Mrs. T. B. Johnson and Miss
Jeanette Johnson are stopping at
the Hotel Ambassador at Atlantic
Mrs. N. Martinson of Minneapolis
will arrive in Omaha soon to reside
Until Mi'rknm returned Mondav
levening to Rockford college after
spending ner rosier vacation wun
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Mrs. W. A. Sinclair is at the
Nicholas Senu hospital convalesc
ing from a recent operation.
Dance and Card Party.
A dance and card party will be
given by the Rosedale club for the
benefit of St. Rose parish at the
Metropolitan hall, Tuesday evening.
Vesta chapter, O. E. S will give
a dancing party Tuesday evening,
April 6, at the Masonic temple,
Nineteenth and Douglas.
i iMESSrlvM tefist-
Continuing tor Tuesday Our Annual Summer Sale ot
S I 1 k U ni d e f wear
A Most Remarkable Sale-Prices Below Manufacturers' Cost
We contracted for an enormous stock of Dainty Silk Under
, wear over a year ago, and during this week we are offering it to ' (
you at prices that are less than the manufacturers are charging
today. Do not fail to attend this sale, for the values are extreme.
$5.45 $6.75 $7.95
Mandarin and Billie Burke ef
fects, made of lustrous satins,
pussy willow and crepe de chine in
beautiful colors, in smart morning
effects or fluffy styles. '
$2.85 $3.45 $4.65- $6.75
Myriads and myriads of styles, tailored and fluffy
effects, made in ev.ery wanted silk fabric and at prices
less than the cost of a single yoke of the material
$4.85 $5.75 $6.95 $10.25
Crepe tissues, crepe meteor, crepe de chine, satins,
georgettes, chiffons, in the most exquisite colors and
trimmed in filet. Irish vals, nets, flowers, chiffon and
dainty hand-embroidered motifs.
Out Daily Special Tuesday, we offer
500 Silk Night Gowns
Made of heavy Crepe de Chine, slipover and
empire effects, elaborately trimmed in lace inser
tion, braiding, and ribbon extra long and wide.
Limited Two to a Customer
$1.25 $1.65 $1.95
$2.85 $3.15 and $3.45
Silk Camisoles of beautiful silks,
combined with exquisite laces, chif
fons, ribbons and flowers in
bodice, strap shoulder and sleeve
less effects, and priced for this
$3.45 $3.95 $5.85 $6.45
- ' In straight slender models for Tailleurs; ruffled,
plaited, flounced effects for afternoon and evening
frocks, and lacy models for negligees.
Made of satins, silk jerseys, crepe meteor, taffeta,
pussy willows and crepe de chine in all the smart, new
styles and sport colors or dainty pastel shades and
priced for this great silk underwear sale
$3.95 $4.95 $6.75 $10.25
Innumerable styles made of satins, crepe meteor,
pussy willow and crepe de chine, in plain tailored ef
fects or elaborately trimmed in lace chiffon and em
broidered models; fitted elastic, top elastic, cuff-knee
or French drawn knee.
7 ues da y Brings Wonderful Values
in the Downstairs Store
Women's Union Suits, 69c
Women's Union Suits, fine quality white cbtton, low
neck and sleeveless, knee length, 69c.
Fibre Silk Hose, 50c
Women's splendid quality Fibre Silk Hose, printed with con
ventional and flower designs and motifs, boot effects and printed
clock effects; all printed in contrasting colors; slightly imperfect,
but wonderful values; full seamless foot and double tops.
Linens and Domestics
Ginghams and Voiles in the
season's newest and most beau
tiful desifrns in light or dark
colors,-a most complete show
ing, at 59c a yard.
Bed Spreads, $5.00
Dimity Bed Spreads inneai.
colored stripes of blue, rose or
gold, for full size beds, $5.00 ea.
Hemmed Huck Towels, heavy
weight and excellent quality,
size 18x36 inches, 35c each.
Crash Toweling, warranted
linen weft; a very absorbing
quality, 26c yard.
A Splendid Selection of
Pumps and Oxfords at $4.95
t Wonderful Values
. Among them are :
. Patent Seamless Pumps,
hand-turned soles, plain toe,
' Bright Kid, hand-turned
soles, high Spanish heels,
small ornament. "
Black Kid Lace Oxford,
military heel, black kid,
small tongue, plain toe
pump, leather military heels.
Several styles of Oxfords and small tongue
Pumps, high and low heels, in patent and kid leathers,
Tuesday, only $4.95.
In All Sizes.
Complete line of shoes for the entire family mod
erately priced. Oown.Uir. Stor.
New Spring Suits MEN and Young MEN
Offering Unusually Attractive
Styles for Women and Misses
. in the Downstairs Store
Here your opportunity to buy
Union Suits of excellent quality
Balbriggan. In long and short
sleeves, ecru and white, all sizes,
34 to 42.
$19-5Und$2S:00 t Sj 0Q
Every suit is a most extraordinary value,
and when you consider the excellent tailor
ing, the splendid fit, the charming styles
and the desirable materials, it is an event
of unusual importance. The styles include:
THE RIPPLE SUIT
THE SILK-BRAIDED SUIT
THE BOLERO EFFECT
THE BELTED AND EVER-POPULAR
The materials are wool serge, poplin and
j?rsey; in navy or black."
Samples and bioken lines from
our regular stock on sale Mon
day, Downstairs Store, at $1.09.
150 dozen Men's' Athletic
Unions, fine quality, , all sizes,
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