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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1921)
jniEBJEE:OMAHA, SATURp AY, J ANUAR Y 22,102!.
: . Toohey-Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hopkins an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
. 'er, Miss Bess Hopkins, and Yil
,irn Toohey of Storm Lake; ia..
which took place Wednesday at the
, Sacred Heart church. Miss May
Steinmas of Fort Dodge, la, and
, Thomas TooWey, cousin of the
l, iroom, were the attendants. The
1 :ouple will reside - at Storm Lake.
:S Appointed Chairman.
' Miss Frances Earhart of Lincoln,
, tister of Dr. Lida B. Earliart of the
University of Nebraska, has been
appointed by, the government to
,1 erve as chairman in charge of camp
libraries for a group of middle west
j states, of which Nebraska is one,
' nith headquarters at Omaha. Miss
Karhart was for some years li
brarian at the Duluth, Minn., city
. library. She was a member of the
;' committee of live of the American
;' Library association who organized
. libraries during the war for the
soldiers and sailors.
' "T. P. A.
The annual party of Omaha Trav
elers' Protective association will be
held Saturday evening, January 29,
at the Masonic temple. There will
v be card tables provided for those
who do riot dance.
For two years Omaha T. P. A.
has paid $36.50 each for the support
of two adopted French war orphans.
At the annual party donations will
' be made to this fund. Any excess
will be devoted to the starving chil
dren of Europe fund.
J i , Student' Honored. t
t Jack Austin of-Omaha was elected
,, managing editor and Jessie .Watson
of Wayne assistant! editor of the
'', Daily Nebraskan, the student publi-
X ntinn n( iho TTnivrrsilv of Ne
braska) at a meeting of the board,
Tuesday. Gregg McBride, Univer
sity Place, and Orvin Gaston, Lin
coln, were re-elected news editor.
ftnv fiustafsnn of Lincoln was also
elected to a news editor position.
i ' ; Musical Tea:;'
Mrs. Ludovic F. Crofoot will en
tertain' at a musical tea Sunday aft
Vrnoon at .the E. W. Nash home.
Miss Myrtle Wyatt, a pupil of Miss
Mary Munchltoff. will give a pro
gram of songs. The guests will be
pupils of Miss Munchhoff. -
Mrs. "John L. McCaguc. jr.. en
tertainerj at a luncheon of 10 cov
ers at her home, Friday, in honor of
Mrs. John Frederick Christiansen,
who is visiting Mrs. C. Louis Mey
erg. - ' ?
T Informal Bridge.' -'
Mrs. J Addison Davis entertained
two', tables of bridge-at the Davis
quarters at Fort Omaha. Thursday,
in honor of her guest. Mrs. A. E.
Davis of Cincinnati. Q.
For Miss Stmt.
Miss Olga Jorgenson will enter
tain , at a miscellaneous shower at
her , home; Saturday afternoon, in
honor of Miss Mildreth Street.
Lasell Alumnae Club. .
Lasell Alumnae' club will meet
at the home of Mrs. Luther Kountze,
433 South Thirty-Jiinth street,. Tues
day afternoon. Fbruary 1. ; ,
.' Club Luncheon.
Mrs. Floyd Vaa Valiu entertained
members of the Krow Eldeen club
at luncheon at her home. Thursday.
Covers were placed for 12.
! Bridge Club.
"Miss Ruby Klingbeil will be host
ess to members of a -bridge club
at her home, Saturday afternoon.
" A masquerade dance will be given
Saturday, evening at the Rodstroni
studio for pupils and their guests.
- Missionary Worker to Speak.
Mrs. Henry- VW Peabody of Bos-
ton, a former foreign missionary
worker who is touring the country
in the interest of the interdenomina
tional , women's colleges of the
Orient, will be honor guest at a
luncheon, Monday, 1 o'clock, at the
Yv W. C. A., given by the local
committee. Following the meeting
Mrs. Peabody will speak on her
work. -. ,;
Reservations for;, the luncheon
may be made with Mrs. Edward
Johnson. Harney 2463. .
Mrs Peabody, will speak before
the Regional Baptist conference, to
be held in Omaha Monday and lues
day at Calvary Baptist church.
Mrs. 'C. C. Cresson, in public life
Mary Jordan, the contralto, was
honor guest at a Chinese supper Fri
day evening given by her hus
band. Major Cressoii of Fort Crook.
With her accompanist, Miss Stella
Barnard, the singer arrived in
Omaha Friday, to spend the week
end. . '..
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Francis will
entertain at dinner Saturday eve
ning in honor of Miss Jordan. Col
onel and Mrs.' L. P. Upton will en
tertain at tea at their- quarters at
Fort Crook Sunday for this visitor.
Miss Jordan and Miss Barnard
leave Monday morning on a tour
of the south and west.;
E. M. Reynolds returned Friday
from a trip to New York City.
A son was born Friday at the
Stewart , hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Little. '
Tom Norris has returned from
Medicine Bow,, Wyo., where he
spent several months on his ranch.
Dr. W. E. Stoi't. formerly of
.Omaha, now of Kansas City, is
spending a few days here. ,
Maj. Addison' Das of , Fort
Crook is convalescing -from , a re
cent operation at his quarters.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J.1 Bruner left
Wednesday evening for Chicago,
where' they will remain a week.
Miss Faith Dedrick of Superior.
Neb.,, spent Friday in Omaha. She
will spend the week-end in Lincoln.
Miss Pauline Coad will go to Lin
coln next Wednesday, where she
will enter the University of Ne
Paul Cahill of Ogalalla, who un
derwent an operation at St. Josephs
hospital last week,' is much im
proved. : ..
Mrs. Lawrence; Reed of New
York, who has, been visiting Mrs.
A. V. Kinsler, left Friday. Stic will
go to Chicago before returning
home. . :
Miss Mary Beatrice Mickel left
January 17 for Los Angeles, where
she will be the guest of Mrs. Er-
win Foyer for the remainder of
the winter. : " ,
Mrs, James. Willard Snell of
Madison, Wis., is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. ,W.: H. Han
cock. She was formerly Miss Grace
Hancock, a well known pianist in
Omaha. v '
Mr. and. Mrs.' Samuel Cooper, sr.,
of Pittsburgh, arrived in Omaha
Friday morning to spend ..several
days with Mr. and Mrs. C: M. Wil
helm. Mrs. F.' P. Kirkehdall and
-A daughter, Mary Elizabeth, was
bom Monday, January. 17, -at the
Stewart hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Earl Woodworth.; Mrs.
Woodworth was formerly Miss Ed
na Henley of Oskaloosa, . Ia.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gray and their
niece. Miss Frances Fllra of Colo
rado Springs, who has been visiting
them, left Friday morning for Cali
fornia, where they join Miss Flora's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gray will
return to Omaha March 1. ,
Vv ; :
A Belgian woman, whose home
was demolished by the Germans
during the war, has made her abode
in a deserted broken down tank,
and all attempts to get her to
change her home have been futile.
This beautiful Cabinet and Vic- mmmLmmimi
trola . with ten selections your
own choice, - on 10-inch D. F.
Same model but larger and fin
ished in oak or mahogany, with
twelve selections on 10-inch D. F.
Records Your own choice
Here are two ideal home Victrola outfits, carrying all
the latest Victor patented features and playing all Vic
tor Records perfectly. , '
Sold on Terms
E EL'S ; ,
.15th and Harney
'The House of Pltaiani Dealings"
Timely Comedy to
Be Given At
"Twelve Hundred Dollars a Year,"
is the title of the comedy by Edna
Ferhcr and Newman Levy, which
wijl be presented by the Craik play
ers at the matiucc-tca Saturday
afternoon, 4 p. m Lyric building.
This play tells the story of a
professor who dared to give up his
respectable job of pauper-like salary
for the affluence of millwork. The
cast will include Mrs. Harold Doh
ertv. Misses Marguerite Becknian,
Miidred Scofield, Ethel fulholland.
A. Philpott; Messrs. Craik. P.
Slausson.- jr., Jesse Purdy, Conrad
Oleson. 'Otis Smith and Mark Lev
ings. Mrs. E.M. Syfert and Mrs. Sam
uel Bums will preside at the tea
r Dress Shields "
There are several good shields on
the market, but the prices are high
on all of them and very few of them
stand more than two or three wash
ings. ''- ' f..
A little experimenting has proved
that a woman can make her own
shields at home at much less ex
pense and that they are more satis
factory and durable. s
Buy a piece ofthin rubberized
sheeting,: the kind 'with a duif finish
on both sides. Jt ; comes at about
$1.35 per square' yard." A yard will
make six pairs of large shields, and
you can make them whatever shape
JfTid size you desire.
,-Lay a shield folded flat on a piece
of the sheeting and cut out another
exactly like it. Sew together at the
top in. a flat seam. Bind the' shield
with a thin cotton binding or place
ace or embroidery edging around
it to hide the raw edges, -j
Wash this shield in the same man
ner as any other shield. Soak a few
minutes in lukewarm soap uds.
Then lay it flat on; a table, , 'or .in
the sink, and brush with a medium
stiff brush dipped in soapy water.
Rinse by holding it under the
faucet or flinging it about in a pan
of water. Do not wring, of course,
nor iron. .
It is intprrslirnr tn nnlc that Chini
has her women doctors, some ot
whom are said to be very, good sur
geons. They work principally in
the missions and government hospi
tals and their prlnra tint, has hn
gained in Europe and America.
; By CORINNE LOWE.
, New York (Special Correspond
ence.) When is a dress dressiest?
We should, say the answer to this co
nundrum was "when it looks most
unlike a" dress." So many of the
frocks of tht6 autumn seem inspired
with the one ambition to resemble a
suit that there is apparently only one
other ; passion equaling this in in
tensity. It is the determination of
the suit to look like a dress.
Here is a charming little afternoon
frock that imitates successfully the
suit model. It is made of yellow
duvet de laine and is trimmed with
otter, a' fur which is scecn so fre
quently this year that everybody
should be considering a raid on
father's old skating cap.
Men's and Women's Shoes
Offering wonderful shoes for men and
women at , reductions from 25 o 50
that are a positive loss to us.'- Come Sat
urday. ; , r
$18.00 Laird, Schober & Zieg
ler Bret.,. Beaver, Brown, Gray
and Field Mouse Shoes, bow
$14.00 Slater Jc Morrill V
Brown Russia Calf, Brown Kid
and Black Kid now
700 pairs broken line Novelty
Boot and Street Boots that
sold up to $12,00, now
$12.00 Russia Calf, Brown Kid,'
Black Kid and Novelty Boots
go at ,
pair .that eld up to $10.00, in patent button and
Uce, kid button, and lace, tome with combination top,
while they last
500 pairs broken lines, worth
up to $10.00, go at
.-.- , i i
1 1 -n. IS n t 7
$14.00 Slater & Morrill's Rue
Ma Calf, Kid, Black; Calf all
tyle trfe, now V '
16TH AND DOUGLAS STS.
A Final Clearance Sale of Heavy Arm
Clothing and Other Army Supplies
O. D. Wool Pants,
straight leg; regulat
Sale price Pie O
O. D. Wool Shirts;
shirts; regular $6.50
O. D. Overcoats,
slightly used but in
good condition; regu
lar $15.50. tO OC
Sale price tPOec&O
Genuine Calfskin vi
ator's Leather Vests;
regular $25.00. Sale
O. D. AIL-Wool U. S.
Heavy, Double Woe)
Plaid Hospital Blank
ets; regular $10.50
Sale dJ 7C
price . .. .apQ. I J
Regulation U. S. Army
Russet Shoes; regular
$10.75. d7 AC
Sale price P I t'lU
Officers' Cordo Calf
skin Dress Shoes;
regular ' $12.50. Sale
U. S. Army Leathei
Jerkins, blanket lined;
regular - $8.50. Sale
' ; OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS
W hip iroodi exactly a advertised; writs plainly; lend money order or
draft with ordtiv "We awure. you prompt and satisfactory shipments. Mie
money order or.0ratt payabl to - r
Nebraska Amy and Navy Supply Co.
Ul Bowvrd St. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. If 19 Howard St.
Pbon. Trie.- 31!. . '
Open Satarday Etcninat. K?A for yen Price List.
Kani. Minm Club uf ttmaha anil ( nim
ell Bluffn .Sutuniity. J'-'Siii, i.i s p. m.,
luncheun and meetlne. I'nlvorsily clul.
I1. K. O. NUterliooil. t'liaiiter M Satur.
day, 1 o'rloi'k liim'hcon with Mr. Krana
t. her, SI J I' South Twenty-fourth street.
Mrs. n. 11. Illsop. aaiistant hostess.
A. r. A. Irma Serllnn Smurilsy. l a.
in., with Mlna Hertta Hnaat. 1H Ttlnnvy
the IntUorKliiii i
irvt. A 'Vrn tui tiiiiy.
will be prrai'itU'tl unilf
' l.cuia iialawvn, i
Leacue of (lie ftounil Tahle. Ilrla flmp.
t,r satunluy, I I' tlio k luni hpoii. with II.
'". Curtia. lmlerwotul avenim, 'I'lii. los-
iinir will he, 'AniiTlian l.lterHturr," aivl
Hook of leneala. 'mm nr. gin ami
Teaching of the old Testament.
t ilrla ('inniiinlt.v Servli e l.emiie Sot
urt!ay,.H:30 p. in., weck-eiul dvit'ina patty.
K. K. K rltK. hoatew'' f
AaWaSaSaaaBaSESBaBaaBaW I U
f The NEW EDISON
i"7hi Phonograph tibfi a Soul"
What Edison did
during the War
THE official announcement is out.
Ask us for youi copy of "AVhat
v Edison Did During the War." Write
for it, if you can't call. '
It tells how Edison left his home and
business and went to sea, how Edison's
M Yankee magic" foiled the German"
submarines.' ". .' '..( ' ( - '
The bulletin tells many other things
Edison did while Chairman pf the Naval
Consulting, Board. It explains how
k Edison kept the price of his phonograph
at bed rock during an era of high costs
and soaring prices. Since 1914 the New
, EdisoA has advanced in price less than
15 and part of this is war tax.
This bulletin also describes the Bud- '
get Fkuv which makes it possible for
every Home to enjoy the benefits of good
; music without ieeLng the ; financial
outlay. " ' ' "! t ' - ' ' :
Rouse's Phonograph Parlors
1916 Farnam Street , , Douglas 7782
' WTttch ftt tht tnnettnetmtnt f
' Air. Eton's Niw Rntmrek!
REATON'S flIG RARGAINS
It's not necessary for us to ) use space- talking
about our bargains just take a 'k at these prices
for Saturday nd Monday that tells the story. We
have a large .stock and want to move it fast.
$1.75 Piver's, La Trefele
Azurea Face Powder.Sl.19
75c Djer Kiss Face Powcler.
; at ii;y.;48&
SI. 25 Pyros, for" the teetri.
$1.50 Pinaud's Lilas Vearetal,
' at ........ .98d
5Qc Chlorax Tqoth Paste, 29
Oc Orazin .Tooth Pas, 291
80c Pompeiari Massage . Cream,
at ' ,...K9
35c Cutex Nail White. ..231 90c
2oc Goutorbe Nail Cake, illr
ftOc Beaton's Cold Cream, 19J
50c Goutorbe HoOge, paner
box .....v.. .291
50c Beaton's theatrical Cold
Cream (-lb.V, i . ,. . ;35
50c Cocoanut V Oil Emulsion,
75c Lady St, Clair's Cold
Croam ................ KO,
50c. Beaton's Rrilliantine. 39
$1.50 Graham's Beauty Secret.
. at ....,..$119
60c Sempre Giovine: . . . .42
V for ;j. ..
Nets. - 2
60c Beaton's Benzoin and
Almond Lotion ..... .39
30c Pond's Vanishing Crerm,
. Saturday Only
Note our big specials on
Candy, all guar-
80c Fancy Filled .Assorted
Candies, per pound, 39?
80c Assorted Chocolate
Creams in bulk, per
pound ..........i .49?
$1.00 , Chocolate Covered
' Peanuts, per pound, 59
$1.35 Original Allegretti
Chocolates, pound boxes
$2.00 Huyler's Asst. Choco
lates, pound boxes, 81.25
$1.20 Chocolate Covered
v Filberts, per pound, 80?
$1.35 Assorted Boxes Low
ney Chocolates, per pound
MJ 0 Nuxated ' Iron 89 ,
S1.25 Lyko Tonic...'. ..98
$1.5 Pinkham's Vegetable
comn. ; roc
25c Fields' Worm Powder,.
at ... ...i.lfi
35c Freezone for corns, 27?
25c Rat Nip . ; 10
40c Castoria . . ....... 24
60c Nuiol . .". . . ; 48
75c Milk Emulsion,
Mercolized Vax. . . .73
25c Phenolax Wafers. . . .19
Nature s Kerned v Tablets,
: 19: 3 and,7v
S5c.7.ymol 'Troches, . : . .19,
30c Laxative Bromo Quinine,'
35c Beaton's Mentholated '
. Couorh Syrurt .........29
35c Sal Hepatica..'. 29
fiOc G""ine Syrup Figs. 4B4
35c Miller's Antiseptic Oil
fFormerly known as S"ke
. Oin .-. ...28
30c Turpo Comp. ' Ointment. .
at li.l to
25c Mustard Cerate 1 7
$3.75 Horlick's Malted Milk,
'af ........ $2-89
Sl.25 Tanlac .98
25c Phenolax Tablets 19V
$1.25 Imported Olive Oil, nints
at ; .PO
35c Sloan's Liniment 21
V PHOTO DEPT.
Films Developed Free When
Prints Are Ordered. ,
MAZDA LAMPS . .
The Original and Reliable Lamp
15 to 50-Watt Lamps, 40
fiO-Watt Lamns 45
Fuse Plugs (10 to 30 amperes)
$2.00, 2-quart Velvet Com
bination Hot Water Bot
tle and Fountain Svringe,
$1.40 Radiant 2-quart Foun
tain Syringe ......95
$1.50, 2-quart Velvet Water
$3.50 Female Douche Spray
Mail orders receive our prompt attention.
There's a war tax 01 one cent for each 25c on patents
and toilet goods in addition to above prices.
BEATON DRUG CO.
15th and Farnam Streets
3. B. CO7. t6U A JACKSON STS.
Saturday, On Entire
Here is almost unlimited value-giving
in artistically tailored, high grade ap
parel. Many of the recent arrival
are appropriate for "Early Spring"
All Coats All Furs All Waists
Vz Off Vz Off ft Off
All Petticoats All Skirts
' Special Purchase Sale
In view of the charming styles and excel
lent materials these Aprons are exceptional
values. Madras, Ginghams and Percales in
light or dark patterns
with ' contrasting trim
mings are specially priced
for Saturday, only at...
ir.a rercaies in
Very h i g h -grade
a majority of
the boxes con
t a In i n g 48
paper and 24
In Pots, Covered With
Blooms Only ; ;
; 49c ;
Big, hardy plants that will bring
summer to your home. Profusely
covered with blooms. Saturday
A Special Purchase Sale
a -,BI ""
An Entire Carload at YerU Lowest Prices
"What lovely patterns! What beautiful, soft colors!" you will
exclaim when you see these nationally advertised Congoleuni "Gold
Seal" Art Rugs for Living Room, Dining Room and Bed Room.
You must see them to appreciate the valuers.
Rugs, Special '
$7.45 $9.80 $11.75
CONGOLEUM "Gold Seal" Art Rugs in 9x10:6 size. d 1 A OP
Special Purchase Price.. . ;.ffXT.J
CONGOLEUM "Gold Seal" Art Rugs in 9x12 aires. d C QC
iSpecial Purchase Price ...... V lOUf
Factory Demonstration Maytag
Fire Cent a week is all the
electric current the Maytag re
quires to do an average family
The big, aluminum cylinder
forces hot, soap-sudsy water
through your clothes six times
every minute without wear or
tear on the garments. '
If . You Bring Coupon
Present this coupon at
Demonstration Booth and
receive a" useful souvenir
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