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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920.
i -Fort Omaha,
Mrs.',Henry C White entertained
at bridfe Thursday of last week in
honor of Mrs. H. M. Well, who,
wittt. Lieutenant Wells, hat. gone to
a post near St Loeis.
Lieutenant and Mrs. X. B. Dun
bar will leave shortly for Camp Dix.
New Jersey, wher Letenant Dun-
bar will be stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan McDonald
"" will entertain it tea at their home
, Sunday afternoon for- the Kappa
Sigma fraternity of which Mr. Mc
Donald it a member. . "
Af fair for Visitor.
' Among the autumn visitors is
Mrs. David Beaten, jr.. Evanston,
I1L, who is the guest of Mr.vand
Mrs. Harvey E. Milliken. Mrs. Al
vin Johnson entertained four tables
of bridge in her honor Wednesday
- afternoon.. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ed P. Bdyer
entertained at dinner at the Athletic
club Wednesday evening for ' this
Mr. and Mrs. W. Righter Wood
will give an evening bridge at their
home Thursday. Mrs. D. C Buell
. will entertain at luncheon at the
University club, followed by a mat
inee party Friday. I
Mrs. George Laier will be hostess
at a tea Saturday for Mrs. Beaton.
- Monday, October 25. Mrs. Lester
. Drishans will give a luncheon, and
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam R. Wood will give an Orpheum
party, followed by supper at the
' Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Shotwell win
- fntertain at dinner Tuesday evening,
- i.i. -1 1 r.i j i i .
wnicn win oe loiiowca oy a Dnage
Mrs.'H. M. Wood and Miss Adep
lyn Wood will entertain at tea Wed
nesday afternoon of next week.-- Mrs.
Maxwell Beghtol of Lincoln, sister
of Mrs. Milliken, will come here to
share honors with Mrs. Beaton.
Mrs. Blanche Paterson will give
a tea Thursday afternoon, October
' 28. for Mrs. Beaton.
Friday, October 29, Mrs. Milliken,
Mrs. Beaton. Mrs. Blanche Paterson
and Mrs. William R. Wood will go
to Lincoln to be the guests of Mrs.
Beghtol at a luncheon.
Mr. Beaton is expected to come
here from Evanston the latter, part
of this week.
Mrsi J. M. Harding was elected
president of the ' alumnae associa
tion of Duchesne college and' convent
of the Sacred Heart at a meeting of
the association held Wednesday at
' the 'college.': Other officers chosen
t wereM Miss lian Murphy, first vice
president; Mrs. Alexander Stuart of
Walnut Ia second vice president;
. Mrs. Edward J. Leary. correspond
"Aog secretary; M?ss Marian HamH
,"ton, recordfcg secretary and Miss
Alice f ower, treasurer. ,
".- A bazaar will be given November
18 and 19, under the auspices of the
alumnae, for the purpose of raising
funds for the new wing, which is
now being added to the ? building.
This wing, which Will be . occupied
by The college department, contains
eight rooms and a gymnasium. It
will be ready for occupancy before
the first of the year.
Mrs. John V. Battin has returned
from a trip to Minnesota and. Wis
consin. ,- 9
1 Mrs. Carl W'oo'd worth has re
' turned from Illinois, where she spent
the summer? months.
Misses Elizabeth ' and Meliora
Davis returned Wednesday from an
extended eastern trip.
Mrs. Frank Hollinger of Chicago
'-' is the guest of . her daughter, Mrs
John L. McLague, jr. ,
K Mr. and Mrs. James Gymonds of
,7 Omaha are in Atlantic City and are
stopping at the Ambassador.
A daughter, Marjorie Ann,1 was
Uotn (Monday to Dr. and Mrs. O. A.
Runyon at the Nicholas Senn.hos
Mrs. J. F. Wilhelmy and Miss
WilHelmy leave for California Fri
day of this week for a stay of sev
: t ral months. ;
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew. M. Dow
l.ave returned from their honeymoon
1 tttp and will be at the J. M. Dow
. Helen and Marjorie Alexander,
daughters of Dr. and Mrs. E. L.
Alexander, are now in California
spending several weeks.
v -Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Petersen aud
caugnter. Miss i-ueua reiersen, re
' turned last Saturday from an east
1 em trio. Thev 'were gone one
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton and
Miss Reva Gilinsky have gone to
.' California. They will stop at points
in Oregon, Washington- and Canada
and will be gone two months;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bailey of Bur-
- well Neb who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traynor,
left Tuesday for their hota. They
are returning from an eastern motor
trip, having spent the last three
months at New. Castle. Me.
Mrl and Mrs. B. F. Nickum of Al
, Jcntown. Pa, who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Nickmn, left Tuesday evening to
continue their ' trip to the Pacific
coast. They will - return here to
spend short time later in the
, " v Montano boasU of having had
the youngest delegate to the repub-
- lican convention. She -was Miss
Anna M. Anderson, of Helena, and
she is only 24 years of age. It was
her first adventure into politics.
- Tb rater Ctabe. '
Bo mm Gto Vtmgwe Thnreday are
olae. K. K. K. club will firm Mucins
barty at Hotel CtttK.
' Xlw Una Wiataa't SiHetj-Thnftday
ftmrnn, at llw hoino of Mra. B, A.
; wen. SI Xi-Kfort . -
Nrr tOtn' Lmw- Tnund&r.
t B eki mom iwteL
F. K. O. Chmpfr K. Thnrdmj, 1 'dork
Tuchoa ut Ihm bom t Mr. Owfl B.
Eddr, HI Sotitll Twwity-ftfUi tcu.
Ark Dvpw rtmnA. Oawhs Clak
Thdrwtor. I.1S p. m.. T. W. e A.
Hm mtimimitm Pm !-. f h
i Ti-in Clrt Thm-Ur. 1 a. m, T. w.
Itaywhtcn ml CtrO War Tilu a Thgr
. a. Mrmoru J kaU, court fcaaae.
I Benson Society
Benson 'Woman's Club.
Mrs. Charles Tracy will be honass
to the Benson Woman club at her
-xj"? v ...k t?.... i.;,u .
Thursday, October 21. A review of
the party platform will be given by
Ben s. Baker.
C H. Faris will give a talk on
"Who's Who in Politics."
Anna Howard Shaw Memorial
At the advisory board meeting of
the League for Women voters last
week Mrs. W. A. Wilcox was named
director, of the Benson drive for
funds, for the Anna Howard 'Shaw
living memorial fund. This drive
will be co-ducted at the polnK
places, Tuesday, November 2.
Luncheon at the Rom
Mrs. F. E. Young, chairman of
the Salvation Army drive, accom
panied by the captains who will as
trst in this work, were entertained
last Thursday at a 1 o'clock
luncheoa at the Rome hotel In
structions as to the method of con
ducting ths drive were given to
those in attendance.
Sunday Dinner' Party.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wolfe enter
tained at a dinner party Sunday,
when Rovers were laid for Mrs. A.
McKensie and daughters, Edith and
Norma; Mrs. William, Tackett and
son. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. J. IV Wolfe
and Mr. and Mrs. C N. Wolfe.
. If. . Ladies' Ail
Mrs. J. W. .Thompson were
hostesses to the. Methodist Ladies
Aid society Wednesday, October 20,
t her home, 2940 North Fifty-eighth
- Sunday School Conference.
A conference, consisting of rep
resentatives from all the Xutheran
Sunday schools of Greater Omaha
and Council Bluffs will be held
Tuesday, November 2, in the Eng
lish Lutheran church of - Benson.
xu ... i
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Pred announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Goldye, to Mayer Spiesberger, son
of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Spiesberger
of this tty iJJc date has been e
for the wedding. '
Mrs. Pred and Miss Pred plan t;
leave early in' January for Miami
Fla., where they will spend several
weeks with Dr. and Mrs. O. Phillip
Wolfson. Mrs. Wolfson was for
merly Miss Nora Pred." , -
Updiks Club. '
The Updike club will gjve a dance
Thursday evening at Metropolitan
hall. . .
AO Y EKTISEM EVT
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Make It Abundant!
Immediately after a "Danderine"
massage, your hair, takes on new life,
wstre and wondrous beauty, appear
ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be
cause each hair seems to fluff and
thicken. Don't let your lair stay
lifeless, colorless, plain or scraggly.
You, too, want lots of .long, strong!
A 35-cent bottle "of delightful
"Danderine" freshens your scalp,
checks dandruff and falling hair.
This stimulating "beauty-tonic" gives
16 thin, dull, fading hair that youth
ful brightness and abundant thick
ness All druggists!-
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seventy years have relied
upon it tat their distin
guished appearance Tbc
Wt, refined, pearly
renders instantly. Is
always the source of
aKreaeeslatraaM cjj deScate.
WUHluw eeonle in twa eda time ia
eunv iaatancca. e Card ami nirUv ear
ionei er iocwtr United State Senators
sad Urethra at Coorms, . vell-knowa
articiaaa aaet feraKr Public Healta on-
eahv Aafc yum a, iottn . orx
M ? I
Short talks will be given and papers
read on the various phasjs of Sun-1
day school work.
Luncheon and Matinee Party.
Mrs. M. Hennegan entertained
Tuesday of last week in honor of
Mrs. K. Walsh of Los Angeles, Cal
at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Hen
shaw, followed by a matinee party
at the Orpheum theater.
Ladies' Aid to Give Party.
Members of the Presbyterian Aid
are rehearsing for a play entitled,
"Clubbing a Husband"." Date and
place 4o be announced later.
R. P. C Club.
Mrs. E. Tyner and Mrs. W, A.
Wilcox attended the regular R. P.
C club meeting entertained Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
C C Shimer.
Mass Meeting. "
A mass meeting of the Lutheran
churches of Greater Omaha nd
Council Bluffs will be held Sunday,
October 31, at the Kountie Mem
orial church. A chorus of over 200
voices selected . from the various
Lutheran choirs of the city will fur
nish the music. The Benson Eng
lish Lutheran choir will take part
in this chorus.
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tracy enter
tained at a dinner of six covers Sat
urday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. Davies and Mr.. and Mrs. W.
, . Orpheum Box Party.
Mr. O. D. Fielding of Toledo. O..
who is a guest at the home of Mr.
George Snell, entertained at a box
party Monday evening of last week
at the Orpheum theater. - Mr. Field
ing's guests included Mr. George
Snell, the Misses Edna and Carolyn
Snell and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Taylor had
as their dinner guest Sunday Mrs.
Clarence Larsen of Council Bluffs.
y C E. Weiner Roast
The Christian . Endeavor society
of the Presbyterian church enter
tained at a weiner roast Friday
night The young people were con
veyed to a spot -five miles north of
St James orphanage, where the
evening was spent in, outdoor games,
Unless' you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
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tions for Headache, Eaiiche, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu
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Handy tin boxe of 12 tablets cost but a few eeirte Larger packages.
Aaplrta la tfc trmd mark of Bayer Ktnuf&ctur of Monoacetlcaeldeater of Sallerlleaeid
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Housewives "who take advantage' o our ig Washer Sale will find they have
leisure hours to 'devote -to other things to make calls entertain-o fancy work
and a thousand and one other" things.
J Washing electrically not alone saves yon from many hours of laborious. work;
it saves your health, time and money. . j - , ,
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after which a luncheon of hot weinie
sandwiches and coffee wis served.
. Entertains at Luncheon.
Mrs. E. J. Whistler entertained at
luncheon Thursday in honor of Miss
Carolyn Cunningham of Sheridan,
Wyo. Covers were laid for Miss
Cunningham and, her sister, Mrs.
Wyman Voodyardv and two daugh
ters, and Mr,s. Stevens, and Mrs.
Rebekah State Convention.
The Belle Rebekah lodge of Ben
son was represented at the 37th an
nual session of the Rebekah 6tate as
sembly, which convened in Hast
ings, Neb., Monday, October 18, by
Mrs. E. E. Paddock, Mrs. John Her
bert and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rice.
To Spend Winter in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C Stafford, who
are visiting relatives and friends in
Syracuse, N. Y,. are enroute to
Florida, where they will remain dur
ing the winter months. .
Presbyterian Ladies Aid.
.Mrs. Paul Rivett was hostess to
the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid at her
home, 232S North Sixty-first street.
Wednesday afternoon, October 20.
Mrs. A. W. Francis. Mrs. George
Sowards and Mrs. Wilfred Lang as
The marriage of Miss Dorothy
Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Hawkins, formerly of Benson,
and Mr. Carlos Hughes was solemn
ised Saturday afternoon at the home
of the bride s parents, 4224 Patrick
avenue. Kev. Mr. Moneymaker read
the marriage lines and Miss Anna
belle Roberts and Mr. Harmon
Hawkins were the attendants. After
a two weeks' trip to Denver Mr. and,
Mrs. Hughes will reside in Omaha.
Mrs. Mary Gates is on the con
valescent list '
Dr. and Mrs. J. -W. Thompson
spent the week-end in Lincoln, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C Kindig are
visiting relatives and friends in
" Mrs. E. Tindell and mother, Mrs.
Cheney, arrived Tuesday from Dela
ware, UL -'
-Mr. and Mrs. Mart Armstrong
and two children, Juneior and Nancy
only an "unbroken package'' of
Ann, are home from- a visit at Lima,
Ohio. - .
Mrs. Harry Post is suffering from
a fractured nasal bone.
Mrs. William Morse returned the
latter Dart ti the week to her home
ia Crook, Colo.
Mrs. O. W. Ebright returned Sun
day from a visit with her parents
in Carthage, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Avan Van" Horn
have taken the house of Mr. and
Mrs. James Courtney for the winter.
Mrs. C E. lones was taken to
the Swedish Mffsion hospital Thurs
day, where she underwent an op
eration. Mrs. George Nelson was taken
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only look for the name California
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your child is having Jhe best and
most harmless physic for the little
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ft at Qnum l i nn m . a. If illn,
if she takes
the Methodist hospital last week,
where she underwent a slight pp
eration. Mrs. W. D. Pen;e left Sunday for
Independence, la.,' to visit ,her
daughter, Mrs. Irene Pence Johnson,
and Mr. Johnson.
Mrs. Mary Rose of North Platte,
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ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
t The Weak or the Strong One
If you see before yon a strong and safe bridge leading to
, ' your goal, would you ignore it and choose some insecure and
tottering structure ? ,
If you were offered sure aid in time of trouble would you
hesitate to accept it ?
The answer is simple you would choose what all evidence
showed to be the safe way and you would risk nothing in
useless' experiments. "
Why then do some tromen risk one of tbelr most pre
cious possessions their health in trying medicines of
unknown value, when everybody knows that the most
eaccessf dl remedy forwoman's Ills is Lydi . Pink ham's
v egetaoie uompouna. uere
Beadine.'Pa, "I bad omnia in-
fiammation, pains in the jde and
back which ware so sharp that they
pulled nie to my knees, and I eoola
sot walk. I had aa operation and
still I failed, and in the eight years
I sufferedl had four doctors and none
helped me. . My mother-in-law ad
vised me to take LydiaE. Pinkhaaa's
Vegetable Compound. I was then
in bed. and aiter the first bottle I
could be oat of bed. then I took Veg
etable Compound Tablets sod Lydia
. Finkhsm's Blood Medicine and
also used the Sanathra Wash. I still
take the medicia and am able now
tode my own housework. My friends
say, 'My! batyoa look well what
do yon do? who is you doctor T
and there is only one answer, 'Lydi
E. Pinkham's medicinee.' Mrs.
Wat. Brant, IBH Soaclas Street,
cvqia i-pwimw MtOiciNi co. lytin-mai
Seven thoutand tenons each rear are
laid awar the burial certificate being
marked "Rupture." Why I Became tbc
unfortunate enea had Deflected themaelvea
or had beea merely takins care of the aim
(welling) of the afflictwa and Brinc no
attention to the came. What are yon
doinirt Are you net lectin yonraelf by
wearinc a truaa, appliance, or whaterer
name you chooat to call tt T At beet, the
true i only a makachut a falae pro
airainat a eollapain walland eannet be
expected to act aa more than a mere me
chanical support. The binding" preaaore
retarda blood circulation, thue robbinc the
Ijreakened t.clea of that which they
need moat noctienment.
But acienoe aaa found a way, and every
trnaa aufferer in the land ia Invited to
make a FREE teat right in the privacy of
their own home. The Pi-APAO method m
unqueationabiy the moat aientific. locical
and socresaful aelf-treatment for rupture
the world hai ever known.
The PLAPAO PAD whea adhfrins doae-
ly to the body cannot poaeibly altp or
tniftxfat of place, therefore, cannot chafe
pinch. Soft aa veieet eay to apply
inexpensive. To be naefl whilat yoa work
and whilat yon tiers. Ne atrapa. bneklet
or aprinra attached. 1
Leara bow to eloae the hernial opening
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come down. Send yenr name today to
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ads are, best business
Neb- who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Austin Taylor, left
Friday for Aurora, Neb.
Mrs. J. Bloss and Mrs. Allen, who
are ea route ram Indianapolis. Ind.,
to their home in Leadville, Colo.,
were Sunday guests at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox.
is more proof;
Gainesville, Tea. " For tore "
yeaa I suffered antold arosT each
month with pains in my aide. I found
only temporary relief in doctor's
medioine or anything clae I took un
til my husband and I saw an adver
tisement of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Tefetable Compound. I mentioned
It to a neighbor and she told ma she
bad taken it with good tecolta, and
advised me to try it. I was then in
bed part of the time, and my doctor
aid I would hvre to be operated on,
but we decided to try the Vegetable
Compound, and I also need Lydia JL
Pinkham's Sanative Wash. I am a
dressmaker and am now able to go
about my work, and do my beoae
work besides. Toa are welcome to
ttat this letter as a testimonial as I am
always glad to speak a word for your
medicine. "Mia. W. M. Snrmxxt,
SOS Harvey St., OaiaesTiUe, Texas.
A Mew ion. Ut alone rrom kid
aey trouble laai year. Dutitaulow
F out self tu become at victim by
aeglecting psuus eind atchea. Guaut
against this trouble 0 Oikuig
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ftortal tXaaaaee ia
16th at Capitol
oration, ate Chloroform. Kther or other a-eaorai aaoathetio not
ear rnaruteed In ovary oaa accepted for treatment, and aa aaoacy la te be paid aatS
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Por the rest of this week we are
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2 Cans 15c
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This crib can be bad la say fin
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Quarter-sawed oak plank top, one
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Fame Oak Library Tables All
Quarter-sawed oak, beary colonial
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