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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEFTEMrJEK 21,
The marrWge .of Miss-lMilly
Smith, daughter of Mr. arfd Mrs.
E. G. Smith, aid John.B. Lichten
Vfallner.toolt place Monday after
noon at-the home of the bride. Rev.
R. L, Wleeler officiated. Pink and
white asters were used through the
. rooms. .
i Miss Elsa Smith, sister of the
bride and - maid of honor, -was
gowned in pink taffeta and carried
a large blue-fan: Miss Helen Reed,
bridesmaid, wore green, taffeta and
carried an old-rose fan. '
i The bridal gown " was of white
satin, with which a tulle veil was
worn. The bride carried white
rpses and sWansonia. i
Howard Wilson acted as best
man. E. C. Hornberger sang be
fore the ceremony. , t ,
The bride's traveling suitAvas of
dark blue1 tricotine, with small hat
to match. Mr., and Mrs. Lichten--wallner
havf gone to Denver and
upon their return to.Omaha) will re
side at thf Helen 'apartments.
, Phi'Ao Sifms ,
Phi Rho Sigma fraternity enter
tained at a smoker at the chapter
house Saturday evening. y, The alumni-and
active members and guests
who 'attended numbered 59.
For a Guest.
Dr. and Mrs. Adolph Sachs will
entertain eight guests at the Bran
deis, Saturday evening at "Dear Me,"
in honor of Mrs. SachsVjister, Miss
Mabel Kneale of Los Angeles, who
is visitmir here. Miss Kneale will
leave Sunday iox Chicago" to spend
several weeks. ' .-. , -
I Kappa Kappa Gamma. .---
. Mrs,. Frank Mead,' . 5013, Capitol
avenue, will be hostess to Kappa
Kappa Gamma Tuesday afternoon.
Orpheum Theater. . i ?
F. Cochran " had " 32 guests at
the Orpheum Moilday evening; G.
E. Barnes, 10; W. H. Schroeder,
c.ht, and Mrs. G. E. Patterson, five.
Foursomes were entertained ' by
K: W. Hart,-J...R Kern,tA;:.B. Mc
Connell and N. B. Updike.
Mrs. J. E. Meyers of Alma. Neb.,
is visiting her son, G. W. Meyers.
Clarence W. Chadwick'is at the
Hotel (Ambassador , in Santa Bar
bara. ' ' -A
Russell Funkhouser has returned
from Lincoln, where he spent the
Miss Margaret Wattles spent Sat
urday in Omaha. , She has returned
to Lincoln. ( .
Miss Ethel Schmidt and Edith
Swanson have returned from a trip
Miss. Mildred Walker, who is
attending" Nebraska university, spent
Sunday in Omaha.'
Mr. 'and Mrs. Chris' Skow an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
i Madeline, on Sunday. ,
Miss Marjorie. Barrett left Sunday
for Ogden, Utah, where she will
spend several months. .
Mr. and Mrs. John S( Lyons an
rounce the birth of a daughter at the
Stewart hospital; Friday.
Miss Lois Robbins will leave oon
foi Chicago to take a six weeks'
coarse in Y. W. C. A. work. ,
Miss Carolyn Macadam of Los
Anjieles, who was the guest of Mrs.
Amos Thomas, left Saturday for her
. Mrs. David . F. Anderson and
daughter, Betty, of Dallas, Tex., are
spending a week witn Mr. 'ana jwrs.
Is F. ; Porter. ,. - 4 ,-. " 4 .
A' daughter was born td Mr. and
Mrs. John N. Baldwin Sunday at the
Stewart hospital. 'She has been
uamed Norrell. . ' . ' :..
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brunner will
return to Omaha about September
24, having spent the summer at
Clear Lake, Ia.- ' " f
Mrs, J.' Mi . Dow an.d daughter,
Florence, left Friday for Chicago
where Miss Dow will enter North
western university. . , 'f
Miss LouVse Riley . has gone to
Kotre Dame, Ind, where she wiil
attend St. Marys college. Wayne
Riiey is a studenUat Culver Mili
tary academy. , ' V '
Miss Katherine Reynolds spent the
week-end in Omaha with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reynolds.
She returned to Lincoln Sunday to
.attend. Nebraska university.-,
Mrs. ArtJiur Pinto, who has been
snendinar the summer months with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 'E.il
Wisher; in Florence . Wis., has re
turned homers. Pinto's sister,
Mrs. H.J. Payne, of Detroit, Mich.,
will arrive Tuesday for an extended
visit at the Pinto home. .
Mr:. lienry Cheston Hicks.
Mrs. Henry Cheston Hicks is a
br:i!e of last week, .her marriage hav
irg taken place in Washington, D,
C, September 16. She was former
ly Miss Claire Louise Ellis, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ellis
of Crete, Neb. The ceremony took
place at Calvary M. E. church. Rev.
James Shera Montgomery officiat
ing. The groom iit the' son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Hicks of Williams
port, Pa., where the bride and groom
Among those who entertained at
luncheon at the Happy Hollow club
Sunday were: F. S. Stott, who had
10 guests; E. Bradshaw, six; W. H.
Jones, six; Dr. A. D. Cloyd, six; J.
E. Fitzgerald, six; W. W. Bradley,
four; J. C. Weeth, three; Gl E. Mc
'Gilton, three; F. H. Garvin, three;
George Mickell, three; D. H. Burn
ham, three; L, M. McCague, two. ;
Mrs. John Parrisfi had five guests
for supper Sunday evening. Others
who entertained were Simeon Jones,
who had four; Frans Nelson, four,
and A. W. Martin, two.
Mrs. H. J. Schafer entertained 12
guests at the golfers' luncheot Mon
day. The closing dinner dance will be
held Saturday evening Sept. 25.
Business Girls' League.
The Lafayette club of the Busi
ness. Girls' league will meet for sup-
oer'Tuesday evening. The dramatic
art class will meet at 7:30 p. m. Miss
ETi'el Mulholland, instructor.
The Omaha Spanish! club will
meet Tuesday at 8 pi m. at the home
of Miss Alma Peterson, 526 South
Twenty-sixth streqt. i
Grant Post and Corps, i
U. S. Grant post will meet ' in
Memorial hall, court house, Tuesday
at 1:30 p. m. '
- U. S. Grant Woman's Relief corps
will meet at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday jn
Memorial hall, i
Problems That Perplex
- Mrs. E. A. Creighton entertained
16 guests at supper at the Country
club, Sunday evening. Dr. C. A.
Roeder had eight guests; Mrs. F. M.
Connor, seven;- W..G. , Preston, sev
en; E. S. Westbrook, five; Mrs.
Newman Benson, four, and, S Cald
well, four. ' 'i ' . Yr
Mrs. T. E. Hughes and Mrs. Doane
Keller entertained 24 guests at- a
kensington ' luncheon Saturday; at
Carter Lake club in Jionor of Mrs.
, Lucien Lehr ot Ganbier Bay,
"Alaska, who is -visitin herw sister,
Liberty Chapter Kensingfclr club,
i drder of Eastern Star, wiU meet at
Carter Lake club Tuesday at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Dan Moore, hostess, will be
usisted by Mesdames Elizabeth
Thiel, P G. Pettigrew, Caroline
Pierson al George Begerow. . -
Mrs. Ben Marti, matron of Lib
erty chapter, will be honor guest.
Officers of the club arc Mrs. J. F.
. Dimitk, present; Mrs. R. L. GU
. christ, secreUry-trea . .
An Analytical Girl.
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
A few weeks ago I met a' pan
through one of my chulhs and he
has asked me to go out to places of
amusement several times. ;
Now, some of my, friends' say that
I should not go out with him as I
seem so indifferent to his feelings
tor me. 1 '.
, J wish to do right by him and I
would, therefore, appreciate your
advice- greatly. ' FLORA.
' Child alive why must you be so
analytical and self-conscious? . This
young njan is Inviting you out be
cause het enjoys your society. That
doesn't, prove or even suggest that
he has any ambition to enjoy It for
life. Don't worry about his "inten
tions" or your own for that matter.
Just accept his invitations and en
joy the friendship , which will ' be
yours if yop don't spoil it by ro
mancing alotjg so foolishly.
Why Not a Chapcrone?
Dear Miss Fairfax, Omaha Bee:
A group of six girls and four men
have been going together for more
than a year. We have had several
parties and gone on many trips, and
have always been treated with the
Now these boys have bought a
bungalow, to which we have gone
many Sundays. 'They have asked us
to coma down on a Saturday and
stay over Sunday, agreejng to stay
at their brother's, who Iso has a
bungalow at this place, .and leaving
pthe girls to themselves.
w Would it be proper ror us to stay i
at this bungalow? The oldest girl
is twenty-two and the youngest is
eighteen. Among the girls there are
three sisters, two, sisters and one odd
girl. ' A. J.
Why not take a chaperon along?
This will save you from unpleasant
criticism, which you may do nothing
to deserve and still are likely to
meet with if you aren't awful care
ful about observing the social rules.
, Wedding Anniversaries.
' In answer to many inquiries ' re
ceived regarding wedding anni
versaries, I am publishing the fol
lowing. With the suggestion that it
be clipped and kept for record:
First,. cotton; second, paper; third,
leather; fifth, wooden; seventh,
woolen; 10th, tin; 12th, silk and fine
linen; 15th, crystal; 20th, china,
TBth, silver; 30th, pearl; 40th, ruby;
50th, golden; 76th, diamond.
A To Prevenl Mold
In preventing bacon J and ham
from molding, use paraffin that
comes off your cups of jelly instead
of lard, which is more expensive
and molds more readily.
: Soda for Polish.- .
' A good substitute for silver polish
is cooking soda used in small quan-:
tities, as the ordinary polish is used.
Cooking soda is also i good for
cleansing the kitchen sink. ,
The report issued by the National
American Woman Suffrage associ
ation, prior to (ratification by Con
necticut, on "Which Party Did It,"
is as follows:
"Ratification of the federal suf
frage amendment is claimed by the
majority and repudiated by the mi
nority .of., both dominanjt parties.
Women of the United States owe
their final release from- political
thraldom to the two dominant par
ties whbse followers compose in the
main, congress and the 48 state leg
islatures. Despite the fact hat many
memories still persist of times when
party men were guilty of base trick
ery to prevent woman suffrage bills
from reaching a vote on the floor of
the legislature, and overlooking the
numerous instances within the past
year when minorities have nearly
succeeded in 'double crossing party
majorities and thus staying the proc
ess of ratification, the fact remains
lhat the tremendous influence of
party majorities has made ratifca
, ."Six thousand four hundred and
sixty-one men actually voted upon
the amendment in congress and the
legislatures which have already
passed upon the amendment, 36 of
which ratified the amendment and
nine rejected or postponed action.
"The total vote for ratification in
the nine states rejecting the amend
ment was 431 of which yu were re
publican and 341 democratic.
"The total vote oooosed was 801,
of which 52 were republican and 749
were democratic. .
"Neither oartv made a perfectly
clean record of ratification, but in
dividual men of both parties hava
given truly heroic service to the
cause of woman suffrage, and this
has been true in every state.
Four thousand nine hundred and
twenty-one men voted to ratify and
1,540 voted against ratification. Ut
his total vote 3,19a were cast by re
publicans and 1,677 by democrats.
"Of tht 36 legislatures which rati
fied the amendment. 28 were called
Into special session for the purpose.
Eighteen of these special sessions
were called by republican governors
and 10 by democratic governors.
Twenty-seven ofuhe thirty-six leg
islatures ratifying were republican,
two nonpartisan and seven were
'The total legislative vote for rati
fication in the thirty-six states was
4,126 of which 2,545 were- republican
and 1,211 democratic, 323 nonpartis
an and 47 socialist and independent.
; The total legislative vote against
ratification in the 36 states was 633.
of which 323 were republican; 273
democratic; 21 nonpartisan, and 16
"Of the 48 legislatures, 30 were re
publican; 18 democratic, North Da
kota and Minnesota being nonparti
san. uiually classed a republican.
.fOffthe'nine states which fejected
or postponed action on the amend
mcnt. eight were democratic and one
A Western Sunset
We stood upon the clovered hill
And watched the splendid sun go
Behind the old, deserted mill
And scattered cabins, small and
Some trees with branches interlaced
Werey clustered near a shadowed
Each slender twig was clearly
Against the gorgeous glow be-
. yond. V.. '
A purple streamer in the west
Was stretched above a bank of
While saffron .clouds had sunk to
In spreading orange fields below.
We lingered long; a cooling breeze
Came laden' with the breath of
musk; ' . , : "
We heard low pipings in the trees,
And clear notes dropping through
the dusk. .
To make a perfume for bedroom
closets take one, ounce each ot
cloves, caraway seed, nutmeg, mace,
cinnamon and tonka bean, grind fine
together, then add two 'ounces ot
genuine orris root powder mix all
together and put some in small bags,
sew up tightly and place them on
hooks where clothes hang.
Don't tisk your material
in a poor dye. Each pack
age ot "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple)
that any woman 'can diamond-dye
a bcw rich,
color into old garments,
draperies, coverings, every
thing, whether wool, silk,
linen, cotton or mixed goods.
Buy "Diamond Dyes'
no other kind then perfect
results are guaranteed even
if you have never dyed be
fore. Druggist has Color
Card 10 rich colors.
Kill That Cold With
( Neglected Colds are Dangerous .
Take no chances. Keep this standard remsdy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves -Grippe
in 3 days Excellent for Headache '
Quinine in his form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic
Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ....
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Another Sleepless Night?
It's been a busy and fretful day. Brain fagged.nerves f rayed,
and liody exhausted conscious that tomorrow is fraught withl
new trials and tribulations, ha realizes tho imperative need of a refreshing
iiKiii. oicau. iui,nuiiesiuueanuareaas logo i
bed lest he roll and toss throughout the night,1
Do you experience the korronof nightmare end insomnia?
Are yoir troubled with wakeful, rcttlm, nighu? DoyouMt
up in the morning fecline; more tirfd then when you went le
bod. beceute your re,t i todiiturbed and brokeat Then, ft'
yThe Great General Tonic
The hour of bed-lime will toon loae itt terror and you wtlf
bfffin locok your couch with nlcMurnble anticipation of
tiiicht free from dilturliancct. I.YKO" will blena you with
wert, aound and peacof ul alumber and brine, you down to the)
break fa tt table in Ihu morninir in good eoiritiand in nehtina
trim. I.evn for the day activities: retted and refrethed in body and mind, and with aa
aniietilo uncnualcd (ince you were s boy.
"r vt.'iv t. i ni.i;.i .M-,,?,.A"tWiJ!K&,"5!'il!l tMl nw, lefV
stf c?e. iv -v
IT-Lt , B.ir-
exhaustion: t u i I d i ur tho iSS5 --'.i -i-"Jre"C J M !
B!tvc; strenirthon the mus. JraglWi E
tho Wip.ik. irntaliio i
out. Ak your drucoiM
nottlc toilay and
Sob Mtaalulann! :
LYKO MEDICINE COVW SjJAm' -M
K, Yetk Ktaui Car. He. JZ& J- XA ft V
For saU by Beaton Drjif Co., 15th and Farnam Sts., and
all retail druggisU.
LVKO toM Inerinliul pack.
t nniy, lik pirlur abov.
Refusa ail tubttitutaa.
. eral tonic: a rcliali.iblo cnne
, to the nervous eytcm. It re- f;VfS
livvi) Imiin fat and Dhyaicnl S
Not A Blenm
krnart the pertect
I aDDcarance of her com'
and temporary skin
troubles are effectively
' concealed.' Reduces un
natural color and corrects
fgrtify skins. Highly antiseptic,
I used with beneticuu results as
a curative agent for 70 years.
SI III I
Shooting pains are
soon soothed .and
relieved by the
(Btm An-l-lt-mA aVe-fav)
"f. A larf et, majority ot' women arc
disrjnajei at ht cpflldiriori of their
skin, which becomes' coarse and ill
nourished looking, besides showing
a tendency to wrinkle. These, ar.
the women who do not know the
proper way to wash the face, strange
as this statement may seem. A mere
superficial dab with a soapy sponge
is often deemed sufficient for the
purpose of; cleanliness, while a hur
ried and perfunctory drying serves
to complete this portion of the toilet.
Some; famous beauties claim tit
the use of cold cream only is the
true beautifying cleanser, and for
many years this has been a subject
of debate between specialists in the
art of enhancing woman's loveliness.
But when water is used it is all im
portant that the hard water is avoid
ed, as it is most deleterious in effect
upon : the skin and complexion.
Ram water is the best to use, bu
this is unfortunately not available to
everyone.' Oatmeal and borax are
splendid softeners of water; boiling
will also tend to make hard water
acceptable to the face.
" Plumber Says:
Overflow pipes 'and all drains from
bathtubs and wash basins are too
often neglected. Stale water dries
in them and they quickly Become
unsanitary. These pipes should be
flushed out regularly with a mild so.
lution. and hot water. I his leaves
them sweet and sanitary because .it
so perfectly cleanses. " ":
To Save Curtains
A thimble, put over the, end of a
curtain . rod will prevent the rough
edges of the rod from tearing the
curtain.: Freshly laundered curtains
arc sometimes hard to slip onto the
rods without a few close calls as to
Jle&rs; The casing is stuck together
py the starch and the jaggedneap ot
the end of the rod hinders and an
noys. ; A thimble provides a smooth
urface over which the curtain easily
The inside envelope of a formal
invitation should be placed -in the
larger envelope with the flap side
.toward the back to that the address
sH directly under the address on the
pouter envelope. ' v
Caruso Seat Sale
. Sept. 21st
15th and Harney Stt,
Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
e .f .
This Week Only
. At any drug store named below,
a 10-day tube of Pepsodent
Simply present the coupon.
Watch the teeth whiten note
how clean they feet Then think "
what such protection means to
you and your. ' f
Get the free tube today.
When the film oes watch and see
All statements approved by authorities
Learn now Low teeth look how
they feel when you combat the film.
Get from your druggist, without cost,
this ten-day test. Note the instant re
sults, then look in ten days. . , '
."Millions have already done' this.
Leading dentists everywhere advise it.
Now show your home folks what clean
teeth really mean.
The war on film
Dental science, the world over is
fighting a war on film. Film is that
viscous coat you feel. It clings to
teeth, enters crevices and stays. And
most tooth troubles are now traced to
it. ' ' , ;"
Those troubles have; been constantly
increasing. The . ordinary tooth paste
does not end film, so the tooth brush
has proved inadequate. Millions know
how well-brushed teeth have discolored
J It is the film-coat that discolors, not
the teeth. Film is the basis of tartar.
It holds food substance which ferments
and forms acid. It holds the acid in
contact with the teeth to cause decay.
Millions of germs breed in it. They,
with tartar, are the chief cause of pyor
rhea. And, despite all brushing, few
escape these troubles caused by film.
New ways to fight it
Now dental science has found ways
to fight film, day by day. Able author
ities have proved the methods efficient
Leading dentists everywhere now urge,
their application. '
The methods are combined in a den
tifrice called Pepsodent. To millions it
has brought a new era in teeth clean
ing. And to every home a ten-day test
is offered free, so all may quickly know
it. v" ,
Quick, visible results
,. Anyone can see and feel what Pep
sodent is doing.- No old method of
brushing ever brought such effects. So
we let this test convince you. (
One ingredient, is pepsin. Another
multiplies the starch digestant in the
saliva, to digest starch deposits that
cling. 'The alkalinity of the saliva is
multiplied also, and at once. That is
to neutralize mouth acids which cause
tooth decay. ''
. Two factors directly attack the filnv
One of them keeps teeth so highly pol
ished that film cannot easily adhere.
The effects of Pepsodent come with
every application. We constantly com
bat, in efficient ways, the, teeth's great
enemies. And millions of teeth are
given new protection and new beauty.
Millions now show , r
z j the effects
In every circle nowadays you see
glistening teeth. Ask the owners. You
will find, we think, that they are using
Pepsodent. " " " v
Go get this free tube and try it for
yourself. Note how clean the teeth
feel after using. Mark the absence of
the viscous film. See how teeth whiten
as the film-coats disappear.
Then let the children use it. Their
teeth need it most., Very few children
reach the age of 15 without some tooth
Let the man who smokes see how it
takes the stained film from his teeth. '
Let all find out how much cleaner
teeth feel, how much safer, when
brushed in this new wayV Then this
ten-day test may bring to your home
some lifetime effects.
- ; V -
The New-Day Dentifrice
Present this Free Tube Coupon this week to
Sherman" & McConnell Drug Co., 16th and Dodge, 16th
and Harney, 24th and Farnam, 19th and Farnam, 49th
j and Dodge, Omaha, Neb. - 1
mm. ' III ' aBBtnaaaal
10-DAY TUBE FREE
Present this coupon, with your name and address filled
in, to any store named. It is good for a 10-Day Tube of
Out-of-town residents should mail this coupon to The
Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wabash Avenue, Chicago,
and the tube will bt sent by maiL .M '
ONLT ONE TUBE . TO A FAMILY V - Oeaaka, Nek.
A. NOSPE CO.
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ill Work Guaranteed
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ana curtail your energy. ew
If your liver ind bowels Js
rr V f -Sr CARTER'S
Utile Liver f
ill- . I r M
Cease. For dizziness, lack at innetit
headache tnd blotchy skin nothing
can equal them. Purely vegetable.
Small Pill-Small Dow-Small Price
All Makes Typewriter Co.
205 S. 18th . Tyltr 2414"
Be Careful What You
Wash Your Hair With
I la leatJaa year feeaela retatar 4a net
eaaw adaictra aa waatanini nriatlTaa
mineral laxadaj lull trt ROHOiAX
Mfa. iaotl, wbotaaoeia. Bet and eoaa
rartneit. UDtainaeia at eat aninuta, mrr
wbera. Kenlax la nIM far near aliment.
aella. kaltMaa, ( haartbnm. tarpaj U,ar..
I ttsav ebaatta. awiHal eaS abnloal 4ettana.
Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much- alkali, which
Is very injurious, as it dries the
scalp and makes the hair brittle.
The best thing to use s Mulsified
cocoanut oil shampoo, tfor this is
pure and entirely greaseless. It's
very cheap and beats anything else
all to pieces. You can get Mulsified
at any drug store, and a tew ounces
will last the whole family for
Simply moisten the hair with wa
ter and rub it in, about a teaspoon
ful Is all that is required. It makes
an abundance of rich, creamy lath
er, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses
out easily. The hair dries quickly
and evenly, and Is soft, fresh look
ing, bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy
to handle. Besides, it loosens and
j takes out every particle of dust, dirt
ana uunarini. sure your drug
gist gives you Mulsified.
Money back Without queitioa
if HUNT'S Salve fail in tbe
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA.
RINGWORM, TETTER of
other Itching akin diaeaaea. Try
a 74 cent bos at our ml ;
Sherman A McConnell Druf C
3p.Ontment,TalptTTw,2p.eTer w hr. Tormymh
atldrasw: CwtfwIborsiUrfaa,Dep.X,Mloii Af.
TRY this approved rent
edy. Just the tonic for
depressed feeling, lose of
appetite, digestive troubles,
brain fag, or alow recovery -from
influenza and kindred
ailments. Atonic, alterative
and diuretic for blood and
no sobatitnte for imported
This vsMderfui bookwi be
sent frwtoraj mMtfOiiv-
OUeSt . a a .
Boa errru WcHtltivtB,1irwi.
Fistuk-Pay When Cured
A mild ayatem of treataaant that earee Pllee, Fietvla aa4 eeaiea
Rectal Diioaaee la a ahort time, withoet a aeeve otnaloal eat.
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1.1 M prominent people who have beea permanently eured. ,
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