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fHE BEE! OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920
A Bride of the. Week
Mpl Leaf Chapter.'
Maple Ljtaf chapter. Order o the
Eastern Star, will entertain at a
kensington at Prettiest Mile club
Saturday afternoon. Mr. Ida
Flynn, Mrs. T. P. Barnhart and
Mrj. , E. E. Zimmerman will have
charge of the affair.
Mrs. G. Alexander Young, who Is
in charge of arrangements for an
outing to be given by the Woman's
Faculty club of the University of
Nebraska College of Medicine, an
nounces that the affair will probably
be held the latter part of next week.
Community service girls will en
tertain at a dancing party at the
Girls' club house Saturday evening.
All members and their friends are
Business Women's Club.
Members of the Business Wom
en's club will leave for Camp
Brewster Saturday afternoon for a
St. Marys Alumnae.
St. Marys Alumnae association
will meet with Miss Marjorie Bar
rett. 315 South Thirty-seventh
street. Saturday afternoon at 4
o'clock, instead of 11 a. m., as' was
P. E. O. State Officers.
At the Thursday morni g session
of the P. E. O. state convention in
Fairmont the following state officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
Mrs. Clara H. Waterhouse of Free
mont, president; Mrs. Elizabeth
Robertson of Beatrice, first vice
president; Mrs. Ona T. Baird. of
Phttsmouth, secondvice v resident;
Miss Lula Wolford of Lincoln, or
g?.imer; Mrs. Marie Johnson of
Slielton, recordinsr secretary; Mrs.
Maude Hendy of North Platte,
corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
Harriet G. Salter of Pierc;, treas
uier. Past state presidents who attended
the convention were: Mrs. John R.
Hughes of Omaha, now first vice
president of the supreme chapter of
(ho P. E. O.; Miss Rose M. Owens
of Omaha, now president of the
Omaha chapters; Mrs. Minnie Stuff
of Lincoln and Miss Hattie Little of
Omaha chapters and delegates
who represented them were as fol
lows: E, Mrs. George W. Tribble
and Mrs. J. A. Bryans; M, Mrs.
Annie Hunter Jones and Mrs. Rob
ert Bishop; BK. Mrs. -ptis T. Alvi
son and Mrs. X. W. Kynett; BN
Mrs. E. Kilgore and Mrs. C. W.
Mead; BP, Mrs. J. W. Hailctt and
Mrs-. P. J. Hass; BS, Mrs. Marion
McLaughlin and Mrs. R. C Person;
BX, Mrs. C W. Southwell and Mrs.
H. R. Follmer.
League of Round Table.
Alpha chapter1, League of the
Round Table, will meet with Mrs:
Walter Loomis, 3646 Lafayette ave
nue, Saturday afternoon, 2; o'clock.
The lesson wjll be "Origin and
Teachings of Books of the Old
Testament" and study of Tennyson's
"IdyU of the King."
Theosophieal society, Lotus circle
for children, will Ineet Saturday
afternoon, 3 o'clock, in room 202,
Kennedy buildings .Nineteenth and
Reception or President.
G. A. R. circle No. 11 gave a re
ception for Mrs. Martha Carmody,
newly elected department president,
and Mrs. Camille EJliott, depart
ment secretary, Wednesday evening
at the home of Mrs. Gertrude John
son. The program included vocal
numbers by Mrs. Theodore Thomas,
Mrs. A. A. Holtman and Maj. E. W.
'Mcintosh; readings by Mrs. Holtz
man, Mrs. Camille Elliott and Miss
Lois Hacker, and a piano solo by
Mrs. Frank O.rlander.
Problems That Perplex
Ix)ve and a Career.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
A young man falls in love withe a
gir! and professes his Iova for her,
and displays it in every conceivable
manner. The girl gradually learns
to care for the man, and when he be
comes Aware that his affection la
reciprocated he tells her that he can
not love because of a career. The
girl makes a few fruitless attempts
to see the man.
Is this fair to the girl? -
It seems to me that you ae well
rid of this man. Of course his ac
tion is heartless, but better -for you
to find out now than later. Forget
him as he wants to forget you.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Beej . 1
am 1, well -educted and considered
pretty. Could you tell ine whether
the old sying: "Change your name
and not your letter, change for
!-v5S g - ' v "
VfVf ,r A
oif 1.$-'- -; r
A difference in manners, says Mr.
Owen Wister, accounts for much of
the ill-will between America' and
Great Britain. 'Manners are more
important than boundaries or tar
iffs. We don't actually hate the
other fellow because he disagrees,
with us about Korea, and even a
difference of opinion over the league
Lof nations produces no more than a
state of mutual contempt, Dut wnen
we see an egg eaten in an unusual
way we want to commit murder.
Mi'. Wister does not use these il
lustrations, but he would have done
I Sunday Special !
FRESH STRA WBERRY
Strawberries art ripeaing in the summer iub, ,We
have obtained the. juiciest, reddest and ripest the
season has p reduced and frozen them in Vanilla Ice
Cream for your Sunday treat. , i ; .
t :n t vr
r 'wrn f rm bp
Craatn at all
Worth walking a mile for, but ' you needn't for there's a 9
-' dealer in ' your own neighborhood. Order from; him today.
Mrs. Frenk T. O'Connor, a bride
of Tuesday, was formerly Miss Ruth
Alice. Ellinghusen.vdaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Ellinghusen. Mr.
and Mrs. O'Connor are spending
their honeymoon 'at Colorado
Springs and will be at home at 272?
Saratoga street, attef July J5.
worse and not for better" is true?
My fiance's name is Fitzroy. Now
my friends have told mo again and
again that the above saying is true.
Shall I believe them? L. F.
It is quite remarkable that in this
age any person of understanding can
believe in such silly superstitions as
this. Think of the troubles you could
raise b trying to cope with the
imaginary woes predicted by thou
sands of saws and saings.
Quality, Service and Low Prices
at the Washington Market
Fresh Dressed Young Chickens, per
lb 23 y2c
Young Muttoij Chops, per lb 25c
Young Mutton Legs, per 'lb 5c
Fancy Veal Roast, Per lb 25c
Fancy Veal Chops, per lb 30c
Choice Steer Beef Roast, per lb... 20c
Choice Steer Round Steak, lb 35c
Choice Steer Shoulders teak, lb... 22 Vic
Choice Steer Beef Boil, per lb 10c
Pork Steak, per lb 25c
Sugar-Cured Bacon, per lb 32yae
' BusariCured Fienie Hams, per lb.. 25c
Pure Lard per lb. 2Sc
All Brands Creamery Butter, lb. . .56c
Early June Peas, per Can llc
Solid Packed Tomatoes, per can... 10c
Very best Sugar Corn, per csin; . . .12Vic
Hebe, small cans, 4 for... 25c
Libby's Milk, tall cans, 2 for 25c
Reg. SOa Peaberry Coffee, Special, per
Black Tea for Icing, best 'grade, lb. 57e
Best Michigan Navy Beans, 6 lbs..43V'ae
Sweet Navel Oranges, large, eiie, each,
Pure Strained Honey large jars.,. 42c
Peetles Laundry Tablets washes clothes without rubbing.. Sixteen tablet to'
'the box, per box '. 25c
Full line of fruits and vegetables at the lowest prices.
1407 Douglas St
4903 So. 24th St. 2408 Cuming St.
212 No. 16th St. Please Shop Early
For Quality Meats, Service and Low Prices
or whole) v
. PORK CUTS
Choice Pork Loin Roast 25c
Fresh Boston Butts 24c
Fresh Leaf Lard 20c
Fresh Spareribs ...... 15c
Fresh Neck Bones. 4 lbs.
Fresh Pig Liver '. 5c
v SAUSAGE AND
Choice Frankurts and
Wienies ." . 18c
Choice Polish and Garlic
Fresh Liver Sausage . .17c
Fresh Bologna Sausage 1 7c
Choice Minced Ham . . 25c
Choice Pressed Ham . . 25c
Fancy Summer Sausage -.?,
at .......... 25c
Choice Boiled Ham . . . 60c
ON CANNED GOODS
2408 Cuming and
4903 So. 24th St.
P. & G. Soap, 10 bars . . 75c
Fels White Soap, 10 bars
Libby and Dundee Milk,
Small, 6 for
Early June Peas . . . . 12c
Fancy Sweet Corn .... 12c
Fancy Cut Beans ; . : . .15c
Fancy Red Salmon . .r36c
Fancy Cherries . .... .43c
Fowler Peaches 40c
Veribest Peaches .... . 45c
Fancy Tomatoes, No, 2 . 13c
Fancy Tomatoes, No. . 17c
v Special Prices bh
Swift's, Butterine .
Choice Rib Boiling Beef 9c
Choice Beef Pot Roast . 16c
Prime Rib Roast 25c
Choice Chuck Roast . . 19c
Fresh Cut Hamburger . 18c
Choice Veal Stew ..... 16c
Choice Veal Roast. ... 18c
.Choice Veal Legs ( or
whole) at 22c
Choice Veal Loins ... .22c
Choice. Veal Chops . . . 25c
Sugar Cured Picnic Hams
Sugar Cured Regular Hams
at . . . . . ... . . V ... .36c
Sugar Cured Strip Bacon
; at . . 28c
UI 1DSVCLO .' ,. ........ feUV
so if he had, thought of them. They
are ours.' '
But, some foreign manners annoy
more than others. The American is
apt to be exasperated by habits that
are matters of tradition, and not of
reason. He has no such habits
himself because he happens to be a
little short, on traditions, and there
fore he does not realise that the
traditional habit is often far more
sacred than the habit that is
obviously convenient and reason
able. For example, if you are talking;
to the Englishman :n England you
must not refer too abruptly to any
thing that he happens to have done,
and stillness to anything that you
happen to have done yourself. He
will regard it as an invasion of his
privacy. It belongs to th s things;
that are "not done."
If you enter a club and see a
friend across the room you must
not call out to him. To proclaim
his name to a number of strangers
is an invasion of his privacy. It is
another of the things that are "not
done." The English rul on such
matters is very strict, but surely the
same rule applies here, if less bind
ingly. The club man wiu should
"Hullo, Jackl" across tiie room
would certainly fee) a little cooling
of the atmosphere around him, al
though perhaps the offense would
not he considered so great as it
would be in an English club of the
samei Krade. -It is. such little dif
ferences as these that produce ran
cors among the unintelligent, and
the sfnaller the differences the great
er the rancor.
Our lips curl in contempt when
we hear the Englishman talk of his
"luggage," and when he hears us
speak of our "baggage" he may ask
somewhat offensively why we do it,
under the impression that we are
consciously sinning against the light,
that is ; to1 say being different from
him. Then aga.in there are some
words coinniohly used in both coun
tries,;, but with an entirely proper
significance in one country and an
entirely improper one in the other.
Mr. Wister says: "Thirty yeara
ago I explained this One evening to
a young Englishman who was here
for a while. Two or three daya
later he thanked me fervently for
the warning; it had saved him dur
ing a game of tennis from a fright
ful shock when his partner, a
charming girl, meaning to tell him
to cheer up, had used the word that
is so harmless with us and in Eng-'
land so far beyond the pale of polite
The English have a cerjain social
brutality that is very trying to
Americans, but they display it to
their fellow countrymen just at
much as to any one else.
THE ITORE PP
ESTABLISHED IN 1B70
True to plan, we are maintaining a perpetual "barrage" of June
Sales. Wherever" a weak spot appears ( in the armor of High
Prices, we are alert to take advantage of.it for you. '
Saturday Will Be a Day
of Intensified Selling-
for women of taste and
refinement. Summer com
fort is found in -
Saturday sale at reduced
Nile Cloth Pumps and
Oxfords, sold to $12,00,
Washable Kid Pumps and
Oxfords, sold to $16.00,
Baker made, French
heels. Utmost limit of
Women's and Misses9
Saturday will be a busy day with us, Just as
the past several days have been in opening boxes
o( fresh new wearables preparatory for this event
the furnishing of adorable Summer apparel for
the particular woman and miss and all specially
White Tub Skirts
Cool Skirts of excellent grade cotton gaberdine
bought during the alack season when prices
were lowest. A number of the Sunyner's best
atyles with, smart pockets tailored, tucked and
stick-but effects, $3.95. $4.95. 85.95
The woman, who appreciates smart apparel will
not fail to avail herself of thia unusual opportu
nity to procure one of our Just arrived tricolette
suits. There are various attractive weaves and
the most alluring colors Gold. Brown,--Navy,
Flesh, Copen, Taupe, Black and color combina
tions. Extra special. $59.50
1 Silk Skirts
Of Fan-ta-sl, Dew Kist, Tricolette, Baronette,
etc., In a "riot" of exquisitely cool colorings
both solid and combination colors. Values to
$27.50. sale price.: $14.75
Dresses of Figured
Voile and Gingham
Beautiful color combinations in figured voiles,
tissue ginghams, also red and white and blue
and white checks. Values to $25.00, sale prices
Saturday ..-$14.75 and $16.95
The mere thought of organdie has a correspond
ingly cooling effect and with a goodly shipment
Just arrived in malse, white, flesh, blues, orchid,
etc., and a few figured organdies, you will find
them irresistibly interesting, at $19.75.'
-$24.75 and $35.00
The time for fine Hosiery
is the time when shoes are
lower and skirts are shorter.
That time Is now.
The Quality is then most
apparent'and Good Sense and
Good Taste declare for Kil
Saturday we offer High Class
Hosiery in Black, White and
Colors; McCallura and othr
noted makes, plain, embroid
ered and lace, priced up to
$6.50, at, pair $3.75
Some are out sizes.
Saturday Sale of Men's Ath- '
letlo Union Suits Knit and
nainsook; values to $150,
Going Swimming? Bathing
Suits for Men and Boys, Satur
day, at SI. 50 to 99.00
Men's Silk Shirt at greatly
Silk and Muslin
Children's and Junior
Figured Voile Dresses
Soft, willowy and refined color combinations in
browns, blues, malse, taupe, etc., In half, three
quarter and full length sleeves. White organ
die collar and cuffs give an added charm of
coolness.... 814.75. $18.75 to $30.00
Nothing short of a wonderful confection could
possibly convey to you the charm. of these or- ,
gandia dresges. They come in melon pink, or
chid, malse, green, white, etc., with rosebuds,
ribbons and raffles to give them the final touch
of perfection, each i. $32.50
(6 to! 17 Years) '
Of voile and organdie in most attractive style
with pretty touches of pink or blue or a bit of
. lace to add to its charm, $6.50. $9.50
Undergarments New Gingham Dresses
Silk Sweaters -
A small shipment of silk sweaters (navy and
black) in attractive weaves and tuxedo effects.
These are very 'special, at $24.75 834.50
ON THE SQUARE
Dresser Scarfs :& Squares, 98c
JH' Values to $1.50 each. Splendid quality. Lace and
' ' embroidery trimmed.
Women who appreciate ex
quisite designing in under
apparel combined with ex-'
ceptional values will delight
in supplying their require
ments now while the assort
ments are fresh and com
plete. Night Gowns Of Windsor
crepe, both whiteand flesh.
Many blue-bird designs and
touches of hand work. Spe
cial, at $2.89
Petticoats Of nainsook, both
fancy lace and embroidery
trimmed. Special .. . . $2.89
Petticoat Of very fine nain
, sook trimmed with val laces
and refined embroideries.
Special, at $4.89
Silk Envelopes Of good
quality , crepe de chine and '
satin; fine laces and touches
of hand embroidery trim
these splendid garments. A
special, at $4.29
Silk Envelope Of excellent
quality, crepe de chine and
wash satin, with fine filet and
val laces, full width 'and
length. Special ....$5.29
Silk "Envelopes NoveltleB in
"step-in" garments, bloomer
and butterfly combinations, '
fashioned of wash satin and
crepe de chine. Special, Sat
urday, at...... $6.29
(10 to 17 Years)
There is nothing more practical or smarter in
a Summer frock than a lovely gingham pattern
such as our new arrivals in beautiful plaid com
binations. . .$6.50. $7.50. $12.50. $15
I Wash Di'ess
g! Never in such demand. Our
pi force is strained to give the service
pl we like to give. Organdies, Voiles,
p Saturday we offer Ratines, the pop-
pl ular Summer Skirt fabric, white
pi and colors. Very special at, per
H yard 98 and $1.48
H Colored Voiles in beautiful dark
patterns, 40 inches wide, Saturday,
g yard .69J and $1.39
pi o o
1 House Dress
U Figured Voile Dresses Attractive
checks and figured voile dresses
jUj with white collar and cuffs only
a small lot Very special. $3.50
!H House Dresses Of excellent qual-
U ity gingham in plaids, stripes and
attractive color combinations. Ex-
H tra special......... ;..$4.89
Bun gfalow Aprons These are warm
fj weather requirements. . They come
in pretty patterns of percales,
i stripes, checks and figures. Ex-
cellent values, at $1.79
A Sale of Silks
As a result of the pressure o Silk Selling
we have accumulated a, great group of odd
pieces, single colors,' incomplete assortments, etc.
Not one jot of quality is lacking in these
wonderful silks from our Own stock,
There are 36-Inch Chiffon Taffeta.
40-Inch Crepe de Chine.
36-Inch Satin Duchess.
36-Inch Jap Pongee.
, ' 36-Inch Wash Satin.
36-Inch Novelty Plaids and Stripes.
Blacks, white, flesh, navy and all the wanted
colors. Priced ,up to $3.75.
Saturday at 9 a. m.
Hand Tooled Leather Bagi
That are unique and charm
ing, each, $8 to $42.50
Patent Leather Bags Em
blems of newness, Saturday,
at $1.75 to $19.50
Boston, Bags Supply needful
space for one night trips, tan
or black leather, Saturday,
at $9.50 to $15.00
Tor Juniors and. Small Women One rack con
taining about fifty dresses of . taffeta, satin, and
pussy willow and a few wool jerseysattrac
tive models at final clearance prices. Former,
prices $27.50, $35.00,' $49.50; clearance prices,
Saturday. $14.50. $19.50. $29.50
Wool Plaid Skirts
One's wardrobe Is incomplete without a plaid
skirt for Sports wear and the cool evenings all
through the Summer months. Beautiful color'
combinations especially featuring the "high"
colors wbich Fashjon dictates one must have- '
many plaited models, $10.50, $14.50
r (6 to 11 Years)
Of Chambray and Galatea Cloth some come
with waist attached, tide plaits and kilted ef
fects with pockets. Colors white, copen and
navy $3.50 to $4.50
Union Suits, closed, in flesh tints;
an accumulation of small sizes fit-.
ting slender figures. A convenient
vacation garment, easily laundered;
were special at $1.19; Saturday,
each , 69.
Vestlngs and En f flings New ef
fects now showing.
Silk Shopping Bags Designs that
are novel and that harmonize with
present day dress. Priced for Sat
urday at $3.75 to $25.00
1 Gobbs' Famous Candies Week-End Specials
CARAMEL WHIRLS, 60c a Lb, Does any candy lover ever tire of
Caramels' when they are of superior quality? A layer of rich, but
tery caramel and then a layer of pure soft marshmallow and then
rolled like a jally roll into a luscious bite that is irresistible. Each
piece wrapped,, Per pound..,.. 60
BITTER SWJEE1& 00c a Lb, Centers of rich, mellow cream de
lightfully flavored and then dipped fn unsweetened chocolate. Un-
usual value for this week end. Per pound '. 60s
CHOCOLATE COVEREp MARSIMALLO WS, 80c a Lb-Dalnty and
delightful, satin smooth, fluffy marshmallow coated with rich choco
late. A box will be very welcome over the week-end. Special
Saturday,.per pound ?.-80
' FOR THE MOTOR PARTI Don't leave without a box of Cobb'a
Candles. ' Everyone in'your party will thank you. Special candles
In glass jars, each. 50 e
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