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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNe!sDAV, OCTOBER 13, 1920.
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The marriage of Miss Adena Jerpe,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jerpe,
and Ralph Leveen of Los Angeles.
Cal., took place Tuesday eve
ning at the Immanuel Lutheran
church, Rev. 0. A. Henry officiating.
,fhe ceremony ' was followed by
a reception at the Jerpe home.
The maid of honor, a sister of the
bride, Miss Sclma ' Jerpe wore
pink tafetta combined with blue.
Miss Myrtle Anderson, bridesmaid,
'as gowned in orchid taffeta and
little Lunette Larson, the flower girl,
wore pink and white organdy. All
carne dcolomal bouquets.
The bride was gowned in white
satin with a veil of tulle. Her shower
bouquet was of Columbia roses
and lilies of the valley.
A. V. Leeven of Los Angeles,
brother of the groom, acted as
bst man and the ushers were
George Jerpe and A. S. Jerpe.
Miss Ethel Uengston of Oakland,
Neb., played the wedding march.
" . Mr. Leveen and hrs bride resided
in Los Angeles. ,
The-' out-of-town ' guests at the
ceremony included Mrs. Walter
Dorrer of Los Angelas, Mrs. R. S.
Lent and daughter, Ellen, of Lexing
ton, Neb.; Mrs. A. M. Moline of Los
" Angeles, Mrs. E. Anderson of Wa
hoq, Neb., and Misses Grace and Mil
1 dred Swan of Sioux City, la.
The marriage ot Miss Ruth Wil
helmy Weller, daughter of, Mr. and
"Mrs. Ralph B. Weller, and Henry
; C. Hodges of Bloomfield, Neb., took
place Tuesday afternoon at the Wel
ler home. Rev. W. 1., Guss officiat-
MiSs Dorothy Weller, who attend
ed her sister, wore rose taffeta and
carried pink roses,
u. The bride wore ai simple gown of
.white georgette and a veil of tulle.
': Her shower bouquet was of bride's
i Miss Bess Latev played the wed
ding march and Miss Ruth 'Welsh
Fred Teigler acled as best man.
The ceremony was followed by an
informal reception for the wedding
The out-of-town ' guests included
vt"the parents of the groom, Mr. and
' Mrs. G. H. Hodges of Fremont; the
' grandirfother of the bride, Mrs. W.
J. Weller of Stella; an aunt of the
bride, Miss Jeanuette Weller, also of
''Stella; F. H. Weller . of Greeley,
Colo.; L. Levson of Wyoming, la.,
and Mrs. D. C. Weller of Pender,
The bride was graduated from
Iowa State collsge at Ames, la., at
which schosl Mr. Hodges was also
a student. Sie is a member of the
Delta Delta Dejta sorority and he is
a member of Sigma Chi.
; Mr. and Mrs. Hodges will reside
7 in Bloomfield. .
1 1 McCall-Cox.
Trinity cathedral was the scene pf
;a pretty wedding solemnized Tues
day at high noon when Miss Grace
'Cox, daughter of Mrs. B. W. War
ren, became the bride of Henry B.
McCall of this city. Dean J. A.
Tancock read the marriage lines in
the presence of relatives and a few
intimate friends. I he couple was
The bride wore a smart taillcur of
dark blue tricotine and, a hat of
'brown ' trimmed with dark blue
plumes. Her corsage bouquet was
"of Ophelia roses.
; Ben Stanley played during the en
Following the ceremony breakfast
'was served at the Hotel Loyal for
the immediate relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. McCall left Tuesday
"afternoon for a motor trip to Min
neapolis. Upon their return, Oc
tober 30, they will reside. at 4913
California street. '
Miss Rita Sullivan will entertain at
".dinner at her home, Wednesday eye
' ning, in honor of Miss Katherine
Newbranch and Howard Douglas,
whose marriage will take place the
latter part of the month. Miss
Dorothy Doyle of Lincoln arrived
Tuesday to be the guest of Miss
Newbranch and will be among the
dinner guests. Covers will also be
placed for Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc
Ardle, Leo Ryan and Arthur Max
well of Lincoln.
:; Miss Ruby Lidgard of Council
. Bluffs entertained Saturday evening,
October 9, at a picnic supper at
-iElmwood park. Those present
' Marie Jrlbclt
Agnes W achat
Messrs. ann .neouaiu"
Henry Lidgard Wallace Hohnbaum
. A. Moscr
'- The next practice meeting of the
' parliamentary law department of the
Phone Douglas 3940
. That our prices have been
strated by our growing business. We can help you more every
day, as goods are coming down, for we buy on the daily market,
and have no high-priced goods on hand,
Our Wednesday Specials
Sugar, 10 lbs. for . -S1.32
Navy Beans, 3 lbs. for.... 25
Ivory Soap, 10 bars for...75
Fancy Sweet Corn, 6 cans
Large jars Assorted Pre
Household Coffee, per lb. .35e
3 lbs. for 81.00
Ankola Coffee, per lb 50c
3 lbs. for .,...81.45
A Demonstration of Rumford Baking Powder at our store all
week by Mrs. Alice O'Brien frdm the Rumford Department of
Is Home Economics, giving special
Biscuit making. Distributing free booklets on all, the latest sub
jects in domestic science. . . ' "
THE LADIES OF OMAHA
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Mrs. Lucicn Stephens is vVice
chairman, with Mrs. Howard Bald
rige for Buttpn day next Saturday,
when the Nebraska Humane society
will make its first appeal to the pub
lic for funds. Mrs. J. E. Davidson
is chairman. The work of this so
ciety has been supported by private
subscription heretofore. The but
tons which will be used for tags,
will bear , the words "Kindness
Omaha Woman's club will be held
Thursday afternoon, October 14, at
2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The
subject will be "Constitution." Mrs.
A. L. Fernald, leader.
For the remainder of the season
the department will meet on Thu s-
dav of the alternate week.
Brownell Hall has added Miss
Adelaide Fog to its teaching staff.
Miss Fogg will instruct pupils in
dancing at the Ben Hur hall,
he parish of the Blessed Sacra
ment will give a ball at the Munici
pal Auditorium Thursday evening.
Miss Evelyn Bancroft of Holland,
N. Y., formerly of Omaha, arrived
here Tuesday to be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William Newton until after
the marriage of their daughter, Mary
Elizabeth, on October 23.
LIFE WAS. A
MISERY TO HER
Says this Woman Until Re
lieved by Lydia E. Fink
ham't Vegetable Compound
Carrollton, Ky. 4,I suffered almost
two years with female weakness. I
couia not win
any distance, ride
or take any exer
cise at alKwith
out resting. If I
swept the Boor or
did any kind of
work it would
bring my sickness
on. I was wesJc,
languid, had no
energy and life
was a misery to
me. I was under
the care of a good physician for sev
eral months and tried other remedies.
I. had read of Lydia . Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and, decided to
try it. After taking twelve bottles
I found myself much improved and I
took six more. I have never had any
more trouble in that respect since.
I have done all kinds of work and
at present am an attendant at a State
Hospital and am feeling fine. I have
recommended your Vegetable Com
pound to dozens of my friends and
shall always recommend it.."
Lillian T. Thabp, 824 S. 6th St,
If. you have any symptom about
which you would like to know write
to the Lydia E. Tinkham Medicine
Co., Lvnn, Mass., for helpful advice
given free of charge.
appreciated by you is well demon
Pot Roast, per lb 15
L Boiling Beef, per lb 10
Shoulder Steak, per lb.... 20
Round Steak, per lb 30
Sirloin Steak, per lb 35
Lamb Stewper lb. .... . .74
No. 1 Hams, per lb 35
Bacon Back's,' per lb 25
lessons in Cake, Bread, Muffins,
ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
The Wellesley club will hold a
busniess meeting Wednesday after
noon at 3 ' o'clock nt the home of
Miss Alice Buchanan, 1330 South
Thirty-fourth street. All former
Wellesley students are invited to
Officers of the club are as fo'lows
Miss Alice Buchanan, president;
Mrs. John McClure, treasurer; Mrs.
W. R. Coates, publicity chairmafi;
Miss May homers, chairman ot stu
dent aid; Miss Oral Ambler and Miss
Nona Bridge, committee to interest
prospective college students in
Omaha C. T. I'. Wednesday, ! p. n
Business meeting, Y. W. C. A.
Rockford Collefe Association Wednes
day afternoon at Ihe noma of Mrs. Robert
Uaugherty, 4229 South Twenty-second
Mu Blfina Wednesday, :30 a. m.. at
the home of Mrs. Frank Boyd, 3SC0 Har
ney street. Mrs. John Welshans, leader.
Lecture en Modern History Wednesday.
4 p. m. Duchesne college and convent of
the Sacred. Heart. Thirty. sixth and Burt
street. Jiov. Alfred Kaufman of Crelghton
university, instructor. (
A. C. A. Home Education Section
Wednesday, 1:30 i. m at the home of
Mrs. William Burton, alls Davenport
street. Mrs. Cuthhert Vincent will speak
on "The Political Issues."
Omaha Woman's Club. Music Depart
ment Wednesday, 2 p. m., Y. W. C. A.
Announcement, of plana for trie year's
vurn, followed by informal tea ror new
members. Mrs. W. E. Shafer, leader.
Omaha School Forom Wednesday, 4:1a
p. m., membership committee of the vari
ous schools will rrteet In council chamber,
city hall. Any member who cannot at
tend Is requested to aend alternate.
Dundee Woman's Club Wednesday, 2
p. m., with Mrs. J. H. Morton, (114 Isard
street. The hour of meeting has been
changed from 2:30 to 2 p. m.
A. C. A. Drama Section Wednesday, 4
o'clock tea at the home of Miss Elizabeth
Klewlt, 2609 Marcy street. The playlet.
"Trifles," by Susan Olastell, will be given
under the direction of Miss Mabel Burns.
" ' A Shoe Shelf
Shoes will get mixed up even in
the best reguliited closet floors, and
one woman solved the problem by
covering a soap box with cretonne
ar.d standing it edgewise along the
closet wall. Her shoes, nicely
paired and arranged in this elevated
condition, were less 'easily disar
ranged and more easy to find, th?
box interior making a good place
for paper bags ard string.
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Concentrate the light
where it serves your,
pufposebest and thus
save your eyes.
Office efficiency and,
eye strain never go hand
Let us show you our as
' $4.50 and Up
, THE NELSON
Artistic Lighting Fixtures ard Elec
tric Household Appliances,
406 So. 15th St. Douglaa 7640
Next Door to Orpheum.
Mrs. Howard Honored
f Y - ivlf a.
The Alice R. Howard Chautauqua
circle, organized Saturday afternoon
Large Can 1 ) '
Smaty Can ' Qt
' Ground Fresh
Per Peck ' 426
Be SctfeNot Sorry
: jEiLECTEIC IHOJfeT
Buy an electric iron you can depend
upon. One that vyill always be ready for
uses No troublesome repairs v to bother
or annoy you. -
The 'American Deau(y" is so sturdily construc
ted it will give . the same satisfactory
service after years of use as upon the day
you purchase it.
by EUctrical, Hardwari, mnd Dtpartmmnt
Start, mnd EUctrieml CompmnUt
t a! s fa I lY Af4 f Sll fAm nantr Af Aif
Complete' Line of Electric Heating Devices. jy
I at the Y. V. t A., was named com
plimentary to Mrs. V. B. Howard,
oreanizer of all Chautauqua circles
The Alumnae association, "Hall in
the Grove," two chapters of the
League of the Round Table, the
Longfellow, Bishop Vincent, Round
Tabic, Roosevelt, Loomis, Dundee
and Howard circles are outgrowths
of the Tennyson circle, which was
organized six years ago.
Mrs. Howard has been active in
chautauqua circles for a number of
years, having been a member of a
reading circle in Lincoln, where she
resided before comingto Omaha.
For. Rusty Irons
Flatirons ,that have become misty
may be .cleaned as follows:
Tie a piece of beeswax, in a thin
cloth. Heat the irons enough to melt
the wax, but not to make them ex
tremely difficult to handle. Rub the
iron w'ith the wax and then rub vr
crously over a board covered with
Flatircms that leave a brown streak
on immaculate clothes are an
abomination and. means an extra
amount of work.
While You Wait
Mrs. F. V. Thome returns Oc
tober 30 from Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Kelly left
Tuesday for Hanover, hf. H., where
Doug. 4120 - 1912 Farnam St.
Beautify t Complexion
IN TtH DAYS
Guaraatttd to remove
tan. freckles. Dimole.
liver-spoti, etc. Ex
tra ma rasas 1& Amr:
Rids ports mi tinues of impurities.
Leaves the skia clear, soft, healthy. At
I :ading toilet counters. If thejr haven't
t, by mill, two sizes, 60c. and 51.20.
NATIONAL TOUXTCO.. fmrU. Tmu
Sold by Sharman A McCennall "Dnif Stsras
ana inner 10111 countart.
I ' Iflhy tb Optrator
I VV "The LiRe is lwyM ,j I
I 7 Tktn $iyt j "
I When toe operator report "Th. line ii bMjr" ,
I snd a little later Informs von that the person called
I does not insurer, this is the situation:
I When your operator first --triad to make the
I ' connection, another operator was ringing the same H
I , Bomber for another person. This properly earned , H
I the signal to show the line busy. II
I ' On the seoond attempt your operator did mot I I
I et the "busy" signal, and on rkgtaf the ben I. . j J
I found that no one answered. I U
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JgbsJ PARKEK' ,
Wjg&HX HAIR BALSAM
KSa37f RamoTuDandroff StopBlrt"alllar
JVOT JjJ . Raslor Color ami
V BMntrte Cray and Faded Hafr
air3 , anl ll-oo at drucirnti.
iyHlscoaCneio. Wa.. Pstcaoini.. .T.
FIERY, ITCHY SKIN
Mentho-Sulphurra pleasant cream.
will soothe and heal skin that is ir
ritated or broken out with eczema;
that is covered with ugly rash or
pimples, or if rough or dry. Noth
ing subdues fiery skin eruptions so
quickly, says a ioted skin specialist.
xhe moment this sulphur prepara
tion is applied the itching stops and
after two or three applications, the
eczema is gone and the skin is de
lightfully, clear and smooth. Sulphur
is so precious as a skin remedy be
cause it destroys the parasites that
cause the burning, itching or dis
figurement. Mentho-Sulphur always
heals eczema right up.
A small jar of Mentho-Sulphur
may be had at any good drug store.
Jhis Leaves the Arms
Free From Hairy Growths
' (Toilet Talks) ,
A simple method for completely
removing every trace of hair or fuzz
is here given. This is painless and
usually a single treatment will ban-
sh even stubborn, growths. To re
move hairs, make a thick paste with
ome powdered delatone and water,
pread on hairy surface and. after
about two minutes rub off, wash the
skin and the hairs are gone. This
method will not mar the skin, but
to avoid disappointment, be certain
ou get delatone.
Bee want 'ads arc best bus'ness
Mr, Kelly will attend a reunion of
alumni of Dartmouth college.
Miss Helen Ette of St. Louis is
the guest of Miss Rachel Metcalfe.
Miss Leah Keith has returned from
Des Moines, where she spent a week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brunner will
avoids the oyer-use of
drugs or alcohol, but
depends much upon
hygiene and nutrition.
of super-refined Norweg
ian cod-liver oil, is
a helpful way to
protect the body
AB V KRTISEM EN T
Washing Won't Rid
Head Of Dandruff
The-only aura way to get rid of
dandruff is to dissolve it, then you
destroy It entirely. Jo do this, get
about four ounces of ordinary liquid
arvon; apply It at night, when retir
ing; use enough to moisten the scalp
and rub It In gently with the finger
Do this, tonight and by morning
most, If not all, of your daudruff
will be gone, and three or four more
applications will completely dissolve
and entirely destroy every single
sign and trace of It, no matter how
much dandruff you rriay haves
You will find, too, that all itching
and digg'lng of the scalp wilt stop
at once, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and loft, and
look and feel a hundred times bet
ter. - You can get liquid arvon at any
drug store. It is inexpensive and
never falls to do the wurk.
Cuticura Girls Are
Sweet and Dainty
Nothing so insures a healthy, clear eon
piexioi, soft, white hands, and flossy,
luxuriant hair as Cuticura Soap, f -J
by Cuticura Ointment when necessary.
Cuticura Talcum is delicate, delichtful,
distingue, tt imparts to the person a
chirm incomparable and peculiar to itself.
to sua. 1 ti
lssnlirln, Paps. IT. Maleta. atasa," SoMswry.
wsrs. imp mm. uinmm m ana to. Tslrwmne
leave Thursday for Atlantic City and
Philadelphia to be gone a month.
Miss Dorothy Thome and her
ftuest, Miss Hazel Antle of Port
and, Ore., returned Tuesday from
Chicago, where they spent a week.
Miss Antle leaves Wednesday for
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His Powerful latloecn
Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years
with rheumatism. Many times this ter
rible disease left him helpless and unable
He finally decided, after years of cease
less study, that no one can be free from
rheumatism until the accumulated im
purities, commonly called uric acid de
posits, were dissolved in the joints and
muscles snd expelled from the body.
With this idea in mind he consulted
physicians, made experiments and finally
compounded a prescription that quickly
and completely banished every sign and
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He freely gsve his discovery to others
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marvelous success. After years of urg
ing he decided to let sufferers everywhere .
know about his discovery through the
newspapers. Sherman McConnell's 6
drug stores have been appointed agents for
Allenrhu in this vicinity with the under
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