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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE ll, 1920.
The marriage of Miss Melva Har
rington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Harrington, and Earl M.
Poor of Berkeley, Cal., took place
Thursday afternoon at the home of
the bride. Rev. Tatton of the Flor-
ence Presbyterian church officiated.
The bride wore a traveling suit of
lark blue with hat to match and a
:orsage of Russell and Ward roses
There was no attendants.
The bride 'was graduated from Ne
braska AVeslf van college. Mr. Poor
ittmded the University of Nebraska
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Poor left tor Chicago
They will reside in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wishart ar
rived in Omaha Wednesday from
Lincoln where their marriage took
place Wednesday. Mrs. Wishart
was Miss Lorene Bratt, daughter of
Colonel and Mrs. J. P. Bratt of Lin
coln. She has attended Dana Hall
, and Monticello seminary, llr. Wish
art was graduated from the Uni
versity of Nebraska College ot Law
with the class of 1920. They left
Omaha Thursday and will reside in
Deadwood, S. D.
Miss Helen Presson ' entertained
at a shower at her home, Tuesday
evening, in honor of Miss Kathleen
Matthews, who will be a June bride.
Fifteen guests were present.
Mrs. C. E. Walrath entertained
.12 guests at luncheon at the Happy
Hollow club Thursday. Her honor
guests were Mrs. M. D. Dowling
and Mrs. Clifford C. Hines of Los
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these beauty destroyers. To remove
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Spread on ih hairy surface and in
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If HlijrrS Salve Ml la the
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OnFaceafid Wrist. Skin
Sore. Itched and Burned.
"My son had ringworms 'on hit
face and wrist. They started on the
side of his face about the
size of a dime and would
get larger, and kept spread-
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ing. 10c Bain was m c
and ted and would itch and
"I tried different things
which did not help, then I tried Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. When I
had used two cakes of Cuticura Soap
and one box of Cuticura Ointment
he waa healed." Mra. S. P. Hutch in
to n, Bos 198, Floodwood, Minn.
Tbaae fragrant emollierita ara all
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Angeles, who are the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. E. A. Benson had 12; Mrs.
R. H. Leavens, 12; J. A. Lyons, 10,
and V. R. Gould, six.
D. O. S. Club.
Mrs. M. L. Donovan entertained
the members of the D. O. S. club at
luncheon at her home Wednesday.
Mrs. Stuart Gould entertained at
luncheon at the Flatiron cafe, Thurs
day, in honor of Miss Frances Neble,
who will be a June bride. Covers
were placed for Mesdames A. S. Ras
mussen, O. Neble, H. Johnson,
S. S. Neble, jr.,.E. Allen L. Neble,
J. Campbell, L. Weaver and
Misses Maud Neble and Mildred
Mrs. O. Neble win entertain for
this bride-to-be on Friday; Mrs.
Louis Neble will give an affair in
her honor Saturday; Miss Luella
Peterson will be hostess at a lunch
con at the Omaha club Monday, and
Mrs. John L. Neble will entertain for
her Monday evening.
Dinner for Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward M. Burgess
entertained at dinner Thursday
evening in honor of Mrs. Augustus
Kountze and Mrs. James Hagin of
New York, who are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Kountze.
Carter Lake Notes.
Mrs. D. Dickman left Wednesday
for Goose Lake, la., to spend a few
weeks with her brother.
Louis Meyers, James Bradley and
Ward Lindley left Thursday for
high school encampment at Valley,
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mills have
opened their cottage for the season.
Frank Gerhardt of Beatrice is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. W. C. Dowl
Mrs. C. M. Ttingate and son,
3 had, of Scottsbluffs are visiting
rs. Tungate's sister, Mrs. V. V.
Mrs. Hattie Hayden gave a din
ner party for Wednesday evening at
Carter Lake club for Mrs. D. Dod
der of Glenwood, la. Covers were
placed for eight.
The dinner-dance at Carter Lake
club Wednesday evening was at
tended by SO guests.
The first matinee dance of the
season was given Wednesday after
noon for the children of Carter
Mrs. H. E. Mahaffey entertained
at luncheon at her cottage Thurs
day for her daughter, Mrs. Lynn
Sackett, of Senandoah, la. Covers
were placed for six.
The Omaha Woman's club, Rail
way Mail Service, will celebrate its
twentieth anniversary with a lunch
eon Thursday, June 24, at the
Blackstone hotel. Among the honor
guests will be Mrs. F. H. Cole, first
president of the club; Mrs. John
Slaker of Hastings, Mrs. L. M.
Lord, Mrs. C. L. Hempel and Mrs.
John W. Welch.
IF POSLAM CAN
HELP YOUR SKIN
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If Poalam holds any comfort, any satis
faction for you in being the means to re
lieve and eradicate eczema or any stub
born skin trouble, let it bring you these
benefits at once. They will seem ever
so welcome if you have suffered long.
.There is no risk; Poslam cannot harm;
its work is known to be highly successful.
Soothes, stops itching, brings quick im
provement. A little docs much because
it is highly concentrated. Clears red, in
flamed complexions overnight. I
Sold everywhere. For free sample write
to Emergency Laboratories, 243 West 47th
St., New York City.
Urge your skin to become clearer, bright
er, healthier, by use of Poslam Soao medi
cated with Poslam.
"Can't Cut 0i! My Leg"
Says Railroad Engineer
"I am a railroad engineer; about 20
years ago my leg wasseriously injured in
an accident out West. Upon my refusing
to allow the doctor to amputate it I was
told it would be impossible ,to heal the
wound. I have tried all kinds of salves
and had many doctors in the past 20 years,
but to no avail. Finally I resolved to use
PETERSON'S OINTMENT on my leg. You
cannot imagine my astonishment when I
found it was doing what over 100 things
had failed to do. My leg is now com
pletely cured." Gus Hauft, 799 Myrtle
Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"It makes me feel proud, to be able to
produce an ointment like that," says Pet
erson of Buffalo. "Not only do I guaran
tee Peterson's Ointment for old sores and
wounds, but for eczema, salt rheum, ulcers,
chafing, itching skin -and blind, bleeding,
or itching piles, and I put up a big box
for 60 cents at all druggists, a price all can
afford to pay and money back if not sat
isfied." Mail orders filled by Peterson Oint
ment Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co. will supply you.
Sun and Wind Bring; Out Ugly
Spots How to Remove Easily.
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle
Face, to try a remedy for freckles
with the guarantee of a reliable
concern that it will not cost you a
penny unless it removes the
freckles; while if it does give you
a clear complexion the expense is
Simply get an ounce of Othine
double strength from any drug
gist and a few applications should
show you how easy it is to rid your
self of the homely freckles and get
a beautiful complexion. Rarely is
more than one ounce needed for
the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for
the double strength Othine, as this
strength is sold under guarantee of
money back If it fails to remove
Weds Spokane ,
Another war-time romance has
culminated in marriage, and wedding
bells are cheerily, ringing for a
couple who for many months heard
the booming of the big guns on the
battlefield. Miss Ruthe Allenberg of
Spokane, Wash., was one of the
many girls who went overseas in the
Red Cross canteen service. Ralph
Iaige Campbell, an Omaha boy, was
a major overseas in the heavy field'
artillery. He spent 12 months in
France and six months in Germany.
Both were sent home on the same
ship and there the acquaintance be
gan. Miss Allenberg returned to her
home in Spokane; Mr. Campbell
visited his mother, Mrs. Nellie
Campbell, here, later going to Chi
cago to make his home. The couple
corresponded and late this spring
Miss Allenberg went to Chicago
where she Visited relatives.
On June 2 they were quietly mar
ried at the Church of the Atonement
Neither Mrs. ' Campbell nor Mrs.
Herman Allenberg of Spokane,
mother of the bride, knew of the
The young couple will be at home
after June 15 at 7645 Sheridan road,
Sermo Club Elects Officers.
The Sermo cluh met TnpsHav
afternoon at the home of Mri.
Oscar Tames and plprterl tli fal
lowing officers: Mrs. R. L. Staples,
president; Mrs. George T. Lindley,
vice president; Mrs. J. E. Good
rich, secretary; Mrs. E. II. Barnes,
treasurer, and Mrs. J. T. Barnhart,
publicity chairman. Other commit
tee chairmen will be appointed by
The Campfire Girls will hold an
ice cream festival at Eldridge-Rey-nolds
store all, day Saturday. Pro
ceeds will be used for the summer
camp at Valley. The girls will wear
middy blouses, white skirts and red
ties for their Saturday costumes.
During the encampment period
the downtown , office of the Camp
fire Girls will be closed.
The Woman's Faculty club of the
University of Nebraska College of
Medicine met Wednesday for
luncheon at the TJniversitv hnsnital
The women inspected the hospital
and the .Nurses home. At the meet
ing, June 18 was set as the date of
an outine at the Manawa Rnaf rlnh
to which the faculty doctors will be
invited. Mrs. G. Alexander Young
is in charge of the arrangements foi
the affair at the Boat club. Ther
will be no further meetings of the
club until September.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Payne of De
troit arrived Thursday to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Tinto. Mrs. Payne
was formerly Miss Laura Fisher of
this city and is a sister of Mrs. Pinto.
The Way Madge Managed Dicky.
Lillian telephoned with such plaus
ibility that Dicky, who answered the
call and talked to her, appeared to
be much impressed with the urgency
of her summons. '
"Old Lil's in some sort of a wax,-
Madge, he said as he hung up the
receiver and strolled into the library
vhere I was sitting pretending to
sew, but in reality straining my ears
for every syllable of the one-sided
conversation. I knew that Lillian
would not wish me to come to the
telephone unJess she especially asked
for1 me, so had stayed quietly where
I was stationed when the telephone
"I couldn t make out just what it
was she wanted the old girl's los
ing some of her old-time lucidity,
getting just like the rest of you
women," Dicky grinned provoking
ly. "B,ut one thing she made very
emphatic, she wants to see you and
Dad pronto. I'd better run you in
with the car, don't you think? There
isn't a train for two hours."
"And I can't be ready for two
hours," I said testily, pretending ir
ritation at Lillian as the best subter
fuge I could give. "I don't know
why Lillian should always unerring
ly select my very busiest time to
summon me. I've a million things
to see to before I go, and I won't be
any more than ready by the time
that first train pulls out, so there
isn't the slightest necessity for your
taking out the car. Thank you just
the same, dear."
"Oh. verv well! Dickv s tone was
decidedly "huffy." Then he turned
and looked at me curiously. "What's
the matter?" he asked. "Have you
and old Lil had a run in, or are you
up to something you want to keep
me out of?"
"Neither, vou sillv boy, I re
turned emphatically, hoping that I
could keep my face from flushing at
his hit. "Take out the car by all
means if you want the run. but
you'll only have to wait for two
hours, and with mv long experience
of you I don't think you'd particu
larly care about that, now would
you?" I glanced up at him roguishly.
The Name Again.
"You spoke a little piece then,"
he returned, his face clearing. "But
I'll bet a cookie that you could be
ready in 10 minuets if you only
thought you could. Women are
I folded my hands meekly in my
lap and looked up at him with an
expression of patient resignation.
"I suppose I am now to listen to
the successor of Mr. Thomas San
dvs on 'woman.'" I said slyly.
' Dicky threw up his head, patently
uncertain whether to laugh or
frown. To my great relief he chos;
the former alternative and chuckled
audibly. 1 .
"Strike onel" he intoned in the
manner of a base ball unpire, then
added with his ordinary inflections,
"Suits me all right to stay home at
ihat. I've got the manuscript of
that blasted book to look over. I
told Henshaw I wouldn't take it,
hut he wept on my left shoulder till
I was afraid he would spoil the fit
of my coat, so I finally gave in, like
i .. ' -
, Mr. and Mrs. George Brandeis
and E. John Brandeis have aban
doned their trip to Europe owing to
unsatisfactory sailing conditions.
They will return to Omaha within
a few days.
Mrs. A. A. Arter left Sunday for
Boston. She will be joined by her1
daughter, Dorothy, who attends
Wellesely college and they will
spend the summer at Cape Cod.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lindberg an
nounce the birth of a son, Wednes
day, at the Methodist hospital. Mrs.
Lindberg was formerly Miss Ethel
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Walwrath
have purchased a home at 325 South
Thirty-seventh street. They will
occupy it after July 15.
Miss Gertrude Koenig will return
to Omaha about June 20. She is
visiting friends in Boston and
Providence. Miss Koenig attended
Vassar during the past year.
Omahans registered at the
McAlpin, New York, during the last
week were E. P. Dudley, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Hardy, Mrs. F. B. Johni
son and Miss J. Johnson.
Mrs. Charles Dietrich of Hasting!
will arrive in Omaha Saturday.
Jonas Bender of Yutan, Neb., ar
rived in Omaha Wednesday to visit
Mr. ana Mrs. w. u White.
Miss Helen McCaffrey will leave
tor Chicago Saturday, where she
win continue voice study tor six
weeks, returning then to Omaha for
the remainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson of
Sidney are soendine a few davs in
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Eggerss
of Omaha are stopping at the Edge
water Beach hotel en route their mo
tor trip to the east. Mrs. Eggerss
was formerly Miss Sylvia Brandes
Mr. A. G. BeyetAof Carroll, la., and
Mrs. J. B. Kniest of Alliance, Neb.,
are visiting at the home of Mrs. J.
Twins, who have been named Mar
garet Caroline and Marie Elizabeth,
were born Wednesday at St. Josephs
hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Scott of Chan
pell, Neb., who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. p. A. Scott, have re
turned home. '
Mrs. E. A. Pegau and daughter,
Miss Josephine Schurman, left
Thursday for Del Monte, Cal.,
where they will join Mr. Pegau and
Ernest Schurman. They will re
turn to Omaha in August
Joseph Hahler and Joseph Ober-
felder of Sidney are in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan B. Crane an
nounce the birth of a son. Robert
Stevenson, at St. Josephs hospital,
Wednesday. Mrs. Crane was
formerly Miss Fay Stevenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fernean of
Auburn are stopping at the Fon
New Phase of '
of a Wife
the boob I am. As I told you, the
Draper is the only model that will
fit the text, and she's locked up."
"Why don't you make the text fit
some model you can get?" I asked,
trying to make my voice light and
"I could if it was almost any
other chap except Pennington. Ht
takes himself so seriously that h;
actually thinks the illustration of
the heroine ought to look like the
description of her. And as he's the
white-haired boy in the book world
just now he can insist on things go
ing his way. And as for his chang
ing a word of his sacred copy I
You'd better risk an air raid than
suggest such a thing."
Dicky's voice expressed such deep
disgust, his point of view was so
unconsciously and superbly selfish
that I had to struggle to repress a
laugh, troubled as I was at this
second reference to Grace Draper.
-What Madge Feared.
I had common sense enough to
perceive that Dicky was actuated
only by his artistic sense in his wish
for her, but even though I tried
hard to remember my father's ad
monition not to "worry over your
husband," J would not bo a woman
if I could have put from me all
uneasiness on the score of my hus
band's references to the girl who
had caused me so much suffering
in the past, whose reappearance in
my world threatened so much
anxiety for the future.
Of course, the knowledge that my
father knew of my ' dilemma, that
Lillian would soon be acquainted
with it, and that both would make
it their first duty to shield me from
all unpleasantness resultant , upon
Grace Draper's escape from prison,
heartened me not a little, but 1
couldn't help the morbid thought:
Starting out with a good
principle, and sticking to it,
accounts in a marked degree,
for the downright good
ness of the Hupmobile.
VICTOR MOTOR CO.
2523-25 Farnam St.
Omaha, Neb. .
f . LH iH i I I -
Many Parties to
Be Given at
Omaha members of the Children's
Code commission, Judge Howard
Kennedy, chairman, will entertain at
the League of Women Voters' ban
quet, Monday evening, at Happy
Hollow club, m honor of Dr. Anna
E. Rude of the Children's bureau,
Washington, D. C.
The Frances Willard. W. C. T. U..
fMrs. H. M. Craig, president, will en
tertain tor Mrs. i,ela Dyer of Boone,
state president of the W. C. T. U.
and for Mrs. Emma Starrett of Cen
tral City, chairman of the finance
More than 150 reservations have
been made for the banquet. Reser
vations must be made not later than
Friday with Mrs. Charles Kountze,
or at Matthews Book store.
All county candidates, democratic
and republican, have been specially
The League.of Women Voters' con
vention opens Sunday evening at the
First Presbyterian church. The ses
sions Monday and Tuesday will be
held at the Blackstone hotel. These
meetings are free and open to the
Commnnlty aorr1c Friday, Bon Hear
club. Dinner and loclal venln. Mra.
Dorea Club Friday, 1 p. m., picnic
mncneoD at aummer noma of Mra. Wll
11am J. From, "Cory camp," Lakevlew
Georf Crook Relief Corps Friday, I
p. in., jnemonai nan, court nouae.
Guild of St. Barnabu for Nnraea Fri
day, v p. m.. with Mra. Charlea E. Hy-
noiaa, 04n I'ara avenuo.
Omaha Truth Center Friday, t p. m.,
102 Patteraon Mock, Seventeenth and Far
nam atreeta. Francla J. Gable of Lincoln.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents buys "Danderine."
After an application of "Danderine"
you can not find a fallen hair or any
dandruff, besides every hair shows
new life, vigor, brightness, more
color and thickness.
Saturday we feature
nine groups of popular
priced Curtains. See
them in our windows.
Each pair a BIG VAL
UE. Scrim Curtains
2tt yds. long; cream and
Price, d1 QJZ
pair, at V
1xk yds. long, ecru and
white. Value -Giving
Price, d0 OC
Plain Scrim Curtains, silk
hemstitched withJTillet Net
insertions, O CXL
Big Values in Fillet Net
and Voile Curtains, pair
More Than 1500
Pairs Irish Point
Lot I, pair $3.05
Lot II. pair $5.95
Lot III, pair $8.95
Take Advantage of
Our Value-G iving
Prices on Cedar Chests
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Fig. 1 shows the
the pinched toes
in the ordinary,
Fig. 2 Note
space, with toes
in correct position.
Ground Gripper Shoes
1414 Farnam Street
Sun Th.at.r Building
H. B. WATERBURY, Mir.
"A place for
Every toe in
The Only "Ground
Where Will You
In the Country or In Camp
Take Your Music With You
A Portable Machine Makes It Possible
v COLUMBIA V
rTT7 GRAFONOLA -
tfESSS? Type D-2, oak or ma-
JL ft-j hgany $75.00. $1.50
sjfj xYou can tuck this machine
in your automobile when you
mmmmmmmmmmm motor out for the week-end.
Several used Cabinet Phono
The Largest Stock of Columbia Records in Omaha
Schmoller & Mueller
114-116-118 So. 15th Street.
Phone Douglas 1623. Phone Douglas 1623.
WOMAN IS THE PURCHASING AGENT OF THE HOME;
TO BE SUCCESSFUL SHE MUST BE IN TOUCH WITH
LOWEST PRICES; THE BEE ADS OFFER THIS SERVICE.
' Nature gave us good, sound and
sensibly-shaped feet. Let's stop abusing
them! for -today's vanity won't ease
tomorrow's pain. Just so surely as we
cruelly bind our feet in freakish pointed
shoes, we will pay for our pride in
Give your toes more room. Don't
pinch them by crowding them one on top
of the other.
Remember, healthy, natural-shaped
feet never annoy. Ground Gripper
Shoes are built nature's way designed
to provide relief to active feet, thus,
greatest comfort to the wearer. .
For Men, Women
Gripper Store in
Type A-2, oak or ma
hogany, $32.50. $1.00
The summer camp will le
more FUN with music in the
evenings. Can put this model
in a suitcase.
Type C-2, oak or ma
hogany, $50.00. $1.25
nays jazz waa snap ana
TM J UL M
pep. You will enjoy dancing
by the moonlight.
of different makes at
Comfort Your Skin
and Fragrant Talcum
Defies Age by Using
Cream for Complexion
ThU Prvttjr Girt Tell Dnif fUU Not ta
Taka Anyone' Money Unlet This Do
Hfhtful New Vanlthlrif Cream Quickly
Show a Decided Improvement.
create! beauty al
most like magic.
The most wonder
ful thins about it
is the fact that
whilst it turn the
dullest, most life
less complexion to
radiant beauty and
makes red or rough
hands or arms
Bnowy white, yet
there is not the
slightest sign of its
use after application. It actually vanishes
from sight and the most heated atmosphere)
will not produce the least ihininess or
greasines of the skin.
No matter whether yon are troubled,
with a poor complexion, wrinkles, puffi
ness around the eyes, freckles, crow's feet
or lines around the mouth, ugly finger
nails, or just a simple roughness of the
face, hands or arms caused by wind or sun,
youi will find that any or all these trouble
will' quickly disappear with the use of
Howard's Buttermilk Cream. Manufac
turers, Howard Bros. Chemical Co., Buf
falo, N. Y. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co
How American Women
May Keep Faces Young
"The American smart woman ages early.
far earlier than the English woman," say
Christian Miller, F. C. L., the famou
English health expert. She adds that our
climate "so exhilarates that yon over-
exert yourselves and grow old -before you
know it. That same exhilarating air dries
the skin. The skin that lacks moisture
grows pale (and withered looking and soon
'The American complexion" is beet
treated by applying pure mercolized wax,
which causes the faded, lifeless cuticle to
flake off in minute particles, a little ea?V
day, until the fresh, young skin betn'Stn
is wholly in evidence. Every druggist ha
mercolized wax; one ounce usually it suf
ficient. Spread on at night like cold
cream, washing it off next morning.
Ruins the Hair
Girls if you want plenty of
thick, beautiful, glossy, silky hair,
do by all means get rid of dandruff,
for it will starve your hair and
ruin it if you don't.
It doesn t do much good to try to
brush or wash it out. The only
sure way to get rid of dandruff il
to dissolve it, then you destroy it
entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; ap
ply it at night when retiring; use
enough to moisten the scalp and rub
it in gently with the finger tips.
By morning most, if not all. of
your dandruff will be gone, and
bin cc vi iuui juuiB t&jjjjucu iiuna win
completely dissolve and entirely de
stroy every single sign and trace
-v. a :ii
You will find. too. that all itch
ing and digging of the scab will
stop, and your hair will look and
feel a hundred times better. Y"r-"-
store. It is inexpensive and four
ounces is all you will need, no mat
ter now mucrt dandruff you hava.
This simple remedy sever fails.
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