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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1920.
Word has been received here of
the marriage of Miss Doris Browne,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Browne of Indianapolis, formerly of
Omaha and Louis Rockwell of this
city, which took place Saturday in
Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Rock
well were both graduated at the
Central High schools
For Miss Cooper.
Pink roses were used throughout
the A. L. Reed home, Wednesday
afternoon, when Miss Erna Reed en
tertained at a formal tea in honor of
Miss Mary Cooper of Pittsburgh,
Pa., who is the fiance of Burdeltc
Kirkeivdall aud who Is a guest at
the Glenn Wharton home. Those
presiding at the tea table were Mes
dames F. P Kirkeudali. C. M. Wil
helm, Isaac W. . Carpenter, jrr, and
(Jlenn Wharton; Others assisting
were Mrs. Leonard Trestor and
Misses Gertrude Stout, Emily Kel
ler, Helen Walker, Esther Smith,
Winfrcd Smith, Virginia Pixlcy,
Jeannette Johnson, Elizabeth Bar
ker, Dorothy Judson, Mary GirTord
and Marion Hamilton, One hun
dred and sixty guests called during
Omaha Society of Fine Arts will
give an exhibit of batiks, fabric pat
terns and many- other handicraft
designs at the Omaha public library
on the third floor. The exhibit will
be opened to the public from De
ember 3 to 20. Mr. Maurice Block,
assistant director, is in charge oi
Mr. Block has assembled this ex
hibit from all over the. United States
and among tlie collection are a
number of his own handicraft work.
1 , Sunday Supper.
Miss Pauline Coad entertained a
supper at her home Sundayevening
for members of K;rppa Kappa Gam
ma sorority, who spent the Thanks
giving holidays here. They were
Marguerite Fallon, Lorna Plimpton,
Ann jjoneian ana jjorumy tjum.
They returned to the University of
Nebraska at Lincoln Sunday even-'
ing. , r
For Mrs. Baldrige.
Farnam Smith will entertain at
' dinner at the Omaha club, Satur
day evening, for his cousin, Mrs.
J. M. Baldrige. who returned Tues
day from Rockland, Me., where she
spent the summer. Miss Gwendolyn
Wolfe, her daughter, returned with
The All Saints Social club will
entertain at a dancing party, Satur
day night, at the pansh house of the
church, Twenty-sixth street and
Dewey avenue. This is the first of
' a series 6i dancing parties to be
given during the winter months.
For Miss Megeath.
Mrs. Ward Burgess entertained
14 guests at luncheon Wednesday
afternoon at the Omaha club m
honor of Miss Jessie Megeath of
New York City.
D. O. S. Club.
- Mrs. F. Z. Kniest and Mrs. Wil-Unmtii-li
intirtained 14 mem-
bers of the D. O. S. club at the Or
pheum matinee Wednesday m honor
of their mother. Mrs. F.;Beechlcr. .
Methodist Aid Society'
The Ladies' Aid society of the
First Methodist church will meet at
the home of Mrs. E. M. Reynolds,
117 Happy Hollow boulevard, rn
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
t Indoor Carnival.
The toy shop, which was a feature
of the carnival at the Prettiest Mile
club Monday evening, was such a
success that Mrs. C. J. Parrott, who
was in charge, lies been asked to
stage the performance on Friday
nights. Tiny children had a Kid
die Kar race and the older girls were
dressed as Japanese dolls and a num
ber of them gave dances.
Omahalks entertained at an in
formal dance, Tuesday evening at
the Fontenelle ballrooms. .The card
room was open for those who did
not dance and numbers were given
by a male quartet. v
Woman Voters' Committee.
Woman Voters' Nonpartisan com
mittee will meet Thursday at 2 p. m.
ut the Lahor female, i
A charming visitor is Miss Marie1
McShane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Felix McShane of Long Island, N.
Y. This is Miss McShane's first
visit to Omaha since her parents
left here five years ago. She is now
the guest of Miss Marian Hamilton
and on Friday goes to the home of
Mrs. James H. McShane where she
wiW remain a week. She wjll also
visit'Miss. Regina Conuell before her
Mrs. S. B. Doyle entertained at a
luncheon of 10 covers at her home
Wednesday in honor of Miss Marian
Hamilton, a debutante" of the last
week, and Miss Marie McShane
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hamil
ton, jr., enterained at the dinner
dance at the Athletic club Wednes
day evening, when 'their guests
included Miss Hamilton, Miss Mc
Shane, Dr. Earl Sage and Milo
Gates. v x
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamilton,
sr., wfll give an informal' dinner at
home Thursday evening.
A. C. A. Bazar.
'Mrs. -Edgajt-fSU is chairman of
the bazar to be given by the Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae De
cember to 11 at .the Table1 Supply
store. Seventeenth and Douglas
On Monday, Mrs. William Coates
and, Mrs. CJ. Horn will be in
charge of the booth; Tuesday, Mrs.
W. E. Standeven and Miss Lucy
Kimball; Wednesday morning, Mrs.
Herbert Woodland, and Mrs. S. T.
Hudson; Wednesday afternoon,
Miss Helen Smails and Miss Ruth
Beatty; Thursday, Mrs. W. Meader
Mrs. Howard McMoines and Mrs.
Many women in the city are tak
and Mrs. Anan Raymond; Friday,
ing advantage of the "Women's Ex
change" that is being conducted in
connection with fhe bazar. Any one
havig hand-made articles' may send
them to Mrs. J. T. Maxwell and the
A. C. A. will sell them, retaining
20 per cent of the sale price.
Heals Running Sores
and Conquers Piles
Alto Stops All Itching of Eczema
"I felt it my duty to write you a letter
of thanks for your wonderful Peterson'
Ointment. I had a running sore on my
left leg for one year.. I began to use Pet
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it is healed" A. C. Gilbrath, 70S Reed
Street, Erie, Pa.
I'd rather get a- letter like that, savs
Peterson of Buffalo, than have John 0.
Rockefeller Rive me a thousand dollars. It
does me a lot of good to be bale to be of
use to my fellow man.
For years I have been selling through
druggists a large box of PETERSON'S
OINTMENT for 0 cents. The healing
power in this ointment is marvelous. Ec
zema goes in a few days. Old sores heal
up like magic: piles that other remedies
do not seem to even relieve are speedily
It stops chafing in five minutes and for
scalds and burns it is simply wonderful.
Mail orders filled by Peterson .Ointment
Co., Inc.. Buffalo, N. Y. Sherman & Mc
Connell Drug uo. wui supply you.
Miss Virginia Leussler is expected
home from Wellesley December 18.
A daughter was born Saturday at
Stewart hospital to Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Calley. '
Mrs. J. T. Kelley, who underwent
a slight operation Tuesday, is con
valescing. Miss Miriam McMartin. who had
her tonsils removed a week ago, has
Miss Helen Beisel is visiting her
uncle, R. M. Sleek, in Kansas City,
Mo., for a few weeks. '
Mr. and Irs. L. B. Morris an
nounce the birth of a daughter at
Stewart hospital Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fiekington
announce the birth of a son, Sat
urday, at Stewart hospital.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Williams, Tuesday De
cember 1, at Stewart hospital.
Mrs. Charles McMartin, who has
been seriously ill for the last month,
is now convalescing at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McGowan
announce the birth of a son, Satur
day, November 27, at Stewart hos
pital. Mrs. Frederick W. Clarke, jr., ar
rives Thursday from her home in
Douglas, Wyo., to spend a month
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Thtimmel. Mr. Clarke
will arrive in Omaha just before
A on, Robert Eugene, was born
November 26 at St. Joseph hospital
to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. De
Dr. A. B. Anderson- has returned
from a short trip through Illinois,
where he spent the Jhanksgiving
Mrs. Milton Shaw Kimball of
Bath, Maine, formerly Helen
Ingwersen, arrives Thursday to
spend the Christmas holidays with
her father, C. J. Ingwersen. Mr.
Kimball comes here a few days be
Miss Jessie Steere returned Tues
day from Booneville, Mo., where she
visited her brother, Harold Steere,
and Mrs. Steere, who, before her
marriage November 18, was Miss
Marjorie McGuire. Miss Steere at
tended the oot ball game at Kemper
Helen Rogers, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Rogers, and Mary Fin
dley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Palmer Findley, will arrive home
from Bradford academy, Massachu
setts, Decemtt-r 18. Thomas Findley
and Millard Rogers,- Nio are at
Princeton, are expected at the same
Mrs. Helen H. Gardner was the
first woman to be appointed civil
service commitsioner.. Mrs. Gard
ner now conducts the largest em
ployment agency in-the country, for
she must supply Uncle Sam with his
great civilian service of 700,000 gov
How to Know Chicken
In a young chicken of good qual
ity the eyes will be bright and the
feet smooth and rather soft, while a
fowl or older chicken will have
rough feet and often spurs, and the
eves will be dull. By opening the
bill aud smelling of the mouth one
can determine somewhat the fresh
ness of the bird. Also by feeling of
the bone on the under part of the
chicken between the legs. If it is
soft and pliable the chicken is young
' Trinity Cathedral League of Serv-
ice will hold its annual; Christmas
bazar Wednesday, December 8, at
the parish house, Eighteenth street
and Capitol avenue. The sale yill
open at 10 a. m. Luncheon will be
served at noon.
Those in charge of the bazar in
elude Mrs.vMilton Barlow, chairman
ot tlie fansh Aid society; Mrs. Wal
ter Roberts, chairman of -Trinity
guild; Mrs. C. K. Robertson, chair
man of. the Womens auxiliary, and
Mrs. ..George Voss and Miss Daisy
Doane, chairmen of the Altar guild.
Elks Woman's Club.
The ElEs Woman's club will en
tertain at a-card party Thursday
afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the Elks'
club rooms. .
Gertrude Ladv Decies. rscentlv de
clared a bankrupt in Egland, is a sis
ter-in-law or the present Baroness
Decies, formerly Vivian Gould of
New York. Lady Decies spent a
fortune on pets, which accounts for
her present financial difficulties.
Our many years successful experience in dia
mond dealing assures you of the absolute worth
of every diamond purchased at our store.
i Exceptional valu extraordinarily fine diamond in effective new ring
mounting .. $375
Classic wreath design in platinum dinner ring, large center stone, with
smaller ones throughout design $275
Good-sized diamond in heavy white gold, hand engraved and pierced mount
ing ...v- :...$i2s
Dainty small stone, in white gold ring $35
Wedding band of platinum holding squarely mounted stones-of purest
All' Platinum and Diamond Engage
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Established 1882 JEWELER 16th at Capitol
Stage Star Is Cook of
Ability When Not Be
There is an old saying that homely
women make the best cooks, but
there are many who will testify that
even a beautiful girl may be a very
good cook. Miss Lorrtta Marks,
star of "Bits and Pieces," now ap
pearing at the Orpheum, is one of
the pretty cooks. She carries with
her a small but complete equipment
with which she may prove her abil
ity in. the culinary art. Her outfit
consists of a small electric stove,
chafing dish and a few cooking uten
sils that occupy only a small space
in her trunk. With this little port
able kitchen she is capable of pre
paring an extensive menu. Miss
Marks devotes considerable of, her
time to the study of creating palat
able dishes and it is her belief that
the dining room is as important a
place in which to make people happy
as is the stage. She thinks dining is
a neglected art and she would make
of cookery an important study.
Save 25$ to 50
On Your Toys for
This Christmas at
Union Outfitting Co.
This 'Substantial Saving
Due to Their Location
Out of the High
Santa Claus (Himself) Is
Present Toy Elephant
to Be Given Away.
All the newest Dolls, Toys,
Gabes and 'Mechanical wonders,
representing the inventive genius
of America's best Toymakers
carloads of them are now on
display at the Union Outfitting
Everything is new. Thero are
no old toys carried over from last
season and jolly old Santa Claus
(himself) is on hand to Bee the
children and tell them how their
parents can win a $75.00 toy
You will enjoy selecting toys
at the Union Outfitting Com
pany, as their Toyland is just
TWICE as large as in fornjer
years. And, as usual, toys can
be charged on your own terms.
to that friend witW
If you have a friend suffering
with eczema or other itching,
burning eruption, what greater,
kindness could you do him than
" Why don't you try Resinol ?
I know' you have experimented
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As Christmas is drawing near and
the shopping days are few, we sug
gest that yon see our complete as
sortment of House Slippers in felt,
sortment of House Slippers in felt
and satin in the latest styles.
We Have felt comfys in all
sizes and colors at 2.25,
Silk Hosiery always makes the
receiver cheerful, , Give it by the
Miss Liberty at $1.75 the pair.
Miss Victoria at $2.45 the pr.
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With Christmas in the very near future and with everyone devoting their time
and'energy W gift shopping our every move is done with the thought of simplifying
the tasks of the Christmas shoppers. , "
- It was not our intention to open our new building until it was entirely completed, but the
increasing crowds made it necessary for us to open the Downstairs Store and the Main Floor in
order to give our usual efficient service during the Christmas rush. v
The Main Floor of Our , New Building
IS NOW OPEN : '
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And a goodly portion of it has been given over to the display of Christmas merchandise from
various sections of the store. We have brought many of the departments of the store before yoil
into one convenient place.
Not only are there many lines of special merchandise, but many of our regular depart
ments pertaining to Christmas have been moved to the Main Floor, including
Book Section Ivory Goods Luggage
Candy Department Trunks Christmas Novelties
(Stickers, Seals, Ribbons, Ets.)
Not Only Are There Gift Novelties, But There Are 1
Many Free Conveniences for Your Benefit
Located "on the Main Floor
Ask Mr. Foster Information Desk Where you may
secure any information regarding our store ; also any
information regarding trips foreign and local. They
will make hotel, railroad and Pullman reservations
t for you and serve you in any way possible all free
Wrapping Desk An accommodation desk for our
customers, where they may have their packages
wrapped free of charge for mailing. They will be
weighed and stamps may be secured at the
Posteffice Which is conveniently located in the
new building. 4. 1
Money Order Department Where you may secure
money orders for any amount to send to far-off ad
dresses, or where money orders will be cashed.
A Western Union Telegraph Wire A direct wire,
installed for the benefit of those who wish to send
telegrams to their friends and relatives for Christ
mas or for business telegrams that the busy man
wants to send immediately.
Local and Long Distance Telephones For the con
venience of the busy shopper. ,
Check Stand Where you may check your luggage
or packages, or may leave your wraps while
Mrs. Samuel S. Koenig of New
York City will be able to vote twice
for president in the coming election.
Mrs. Koenig is one of the three re
publican woman electors in N'ew
York and she can vote (or the rlru
tors in the general election aud .-iIm
directly for Harding ud CooIuIbo.
as an elector.
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