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    THE BEE: ' OMAHA; TUESDAY, j-iubkuaki I, iyai.
Society I Visitor From Chicago
Engagement Announced.
Mr. atld Mrs. Geor Whitebook Bluffs, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, ..Rose,
to Louis Nathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. f'hilin Nathan.
For Mrg. Sheldon. '
Airs. J'hihp Totter entertained at
luncheon Monday at her home com
plimentary to Mrs. A. E. Sheldon of
Lincoln, director for Nebraska in the
General Federation of Woman'
Clubs, who spoke before the Omaha
Woman s club Monday afternoon at
the Y. V. C. A. on "The Children's
Code-Commission" and "The Value
of Parent-Teachers' Associations."
Officers of the Omaha Woman's
club, including Mrs. C. L. Hempel,
president, were also guests at the
Mrs. Sheldon was the guest of the
Omaha Woman's club at an informal
tea following the meetinc Monday
4 afternoon. Mrs. Halleck Rose tn
tertained it dinner in her honor Mon
day evening.
For Visitor.
Mrs. J. E. Fitzgerald entertained
at a bridge luncheon of 12 covers at
her home. Monday; in honor of Mrs.
T. H. Reynolds of Denver, the guest
of Mrs. William Hill Clarke and
Mrs. Benjamin Rates of Denver,
who is visiting Mrs. James Love
Taxton and Mrs. Henry T. Clarke.
, Mr. and Mrs. Williyn Hill Clarke
enteraintd at a dinner of 10 cov
ers at the Omaha Club, Monday
evening1, followed by a party at the
Orpheum, in honor of these visitony
Rachmaninoff Concert.
Mrs. F. A. Nash has taken a box
lor the Rachmaninoff concert,
Thursday evening, at the Brandeis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kinsler and Mr.
and Mrs. R. Beechcr Howell have
taken a box together. Others vwho
e reserved boxes are Mr. and
rs. Moyd smith, Mr, and Mrs. b.
Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Lewis, and Miss Gladys Petefs.
Sorority Party.
' Freshmen of Alpha Phi sorovity
ttt the University of Nebraska, Lin
coln, will entertain upper classmen
- at a house dance Friday evening.
'Mrs. C, W. Southwell will go to
Lincoln Friday , to attend the affair
and will be the guest of her sister,
Miss Ruth Anderson, a freshman
member of Alpha Phi.
"A Home."
MCharle's G. McDonald en
tertained informally at her home
Monday afternoon in honor of her
guest, Miss Augusta McGlasson of
eacon, N. Y. Twenty guestswerc
present. ' Those assisting the hostess
were Mrs. Charles R. Sherman, Mrs.
X. L, Guckert and Mrs. E. P. Ellis.
Kappa .Delta Entertained.
Mrs. George R. Viner and her sis
ter, Lucile Isham, will entertain
Monday evening for the Kappa Delta
R'irls in Omaha, Mrs. Viner and
Fun for Women
to Diamond Dye
01 TlrnniYC! ATcX7 the University club, Saturday eve
VlU Ullllgb 1CW ning, February 12. Allan McDonald
Add Years , of Wear to
for Few Cents.
Omaha women can do wonders
with a package of Diamond Dyes,
An old, worn coat, skirt, waist.
" sweater, kimona, dress or faded
stockings, gloves, draperies, por
tieres, chair covers" anything,
whether wool, silk,v linen, cotton or
mixed goods, can be diamond-dyed
to look like new. Easy directions in
each package guarantee perfect re
sults. Druggist has Color Card
showing actual materials diamond
dyed in a wondrous range or rich,
fadeless colors. Don't risk your ma
terial in a poor dye.
New Elixir, Called Aspironal,
Medicated With. Latest
cientific Remedies, Used
and Endorsed by European
and American Army Sur
geons Cut Short a Cold
" and Prevent Complications.
Every Druggist in U. S. In
structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Counter
If Relief Does Not Come
Within Two Minutes.
Delightful Taste, Immediate
Relief, Quick Warm.Up.
The sensation of the year in the
drus trade is Aspironal, the two
minute cold and gough reliever, au
thoritatively guaranteed by the lab
oratories; tested,' approved and most
V enthusiastically endorsed by the
highest authorities, and proclaimed
by the common people as ten times
aaqulck and effective as whisky.
rock and rye, or any other cold and
v-j h remedy they have ever tried.
AH drug stores are now supplied
with the wonderful new elixir, so
all you have to do to get rid of that
cold is to step into the nearest drug
store, hand the clerk half a dollar
for a bottle of Aspironal and tell
him to serve you two teaspoonfuls
with four teaspoonfuls of water in
a. glass. With your watch in hand,
take the drink at one swallow and
- call for your money back In two
-ninutes if you cannotf feel your cold
adinf away like a dream within the
ruirgiBts invite you and expect you
try it. Evervbodv's dolnsr it.
When your cold or cough is re
ieved, tike the remainder of the
sottle home to your wife and babies,
for Aspironal lg by far the safest and
nBt effective, the easiest to take
ami the most agreeable cold and
oouRh cmciy for infants and cbil
Uf- THri k.? - Christiansen. ; m f
Aiuon.if the pre-Lenten visitors is
Mrs. John Frederick Christiansen,
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
C. Louis Meyer. Mrs. Christiansen
will remain in Omaha until about
M. Reynolds left Saturday' for
York Ci:y.
Miss Lena May Williams spent
Sunday in Lincoln.
Mrs. L. H. Berg arrived from Chi
cago Monday morning. t
Mrs. II. R. Jobst of Liudolrt spent
the week-end n Omaha.
Mr., and Mrs. George Doane have
taken an apartment at the Colonial,
Mrs. W. J. McCaffrey left Friday
for Chicago, to be gone two weeks.
The following Alpha Sigma Phi
alumni attended-the fraternity ban
quet in Lincoln Saturday evening:
Miss Isham were members of this
sorority at Wesleyau college, Bloom
ington, 111. Twelve guests attended.
i Rockford College Association.
Kockionl College association will
meet Wednesday afternoon. Feb
ruary 9. instead of February 2, as
scheduled, at the home of Miss Min
nie Stedingrr, ,
1414 South -Tenth
i street.
Fraternity Party.
At Mi Vdlpntitii Himipr-Hiitirf At
and Robert Hughes will entertain
Bridge Luncheon.
m Mrs. Fritz Baumeistcr of Council
Bluffs will entertain at a .bridge
luncheon at her home Wednesday
in honor of Miss Helen Margaret
Coldren of vMilford, la., whois visit
ing Mrs. Leslie Johnson of Omaha
Good Times Club.
The Good Times Dancing club
will entertain at a masquerade party
Wednesday evening at its club rooms
in the Lyric building. Nineteenth
and Farnam streets.
Lambda Sigma.
, A dance -will be given Thursday
evening at the Ben Hur academy by
Lambda Sigma. '
Announced at
N. U.
The following pledges to sorori
ties and fraternities at the University
o' Nebraska were announced Satur
day: Achoth.
Ellen Beard, Aurora, Neb. 1
Helen Wingert, Hartington, Xeb.
Blanche Gramlich Papillion.
Alpha Chi Omega.
Arabella Gadd, Lincoln.
Alvera Loftman. Omaha.
Dorothy Kimball, Lincoln.
Alpha Amicron Pi.
Dorothy Abbott, Lincoln.
Eliza Foster, Lincoln.
Clara Cornell, Lincoln.
Alpha Phi.
Lucile Munson, Lincoln.
Josephine Hopka, Blue Hill.
Alpha Xi Delta.
Doris Thompson, Mulvane, Kan.
Elizabeth Clark, Ragon, Neb.
Verna Hintz, Harris, la.
Oneita Rogers, Shenandoah, la. '
Naomi Picard. Geneva, Neb.
Rosa Hagenberger, McCook, Neb.
Delta Delta Delta. ,
Thelma Brown, CreightonJ'
Margaret Feddy, Lincoln.
Delta Gamma. ,
Eleanor Moran, , Columbus. '
Delta Zeta.
Lauda ewlin, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Eleanor Pauftain, Hamilton, Mo.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Anna Newman. Omaha.
Susan Riches, Lincoln.
Eleanor Selton, York.
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Grace Robinson, Waterloo, Neb. .
Kappa Delta.
Helen Meyer, Mound City. Mo.
Gertrude Young, Colone, S. D.
Teanette Cook. Fort Calhoun, Neb.
Marienne Gould, Des Moines, la.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Pauline Load, Dmaha.
Pi Peta'Phi.
Frances Pratt, Lincoln.
Alpha Sigma Phi.
Harold Hanson, Genoa.
Wrren Ogden, Geneva.
John Gillette, Atwood, Kan.
Pi Phj Chi.
Leonard Mairg Bennington.
George Robertson. Omaha.
Hardin Tennant, Pawnee City.
Chester Dixon. Tckamah.
Ralph Weaver, Beatrice i
the middle of February. A number
of parties have been given to honor
her during her stay, among them a
tea by Mrs. Meyer and a dinner by
Mrs. E. A. Creighton.
Robert Burford, Warren Fitch, Glen
Fowler. Wilson Bryans, Clare And
erson, Leo Hickman and. J. D. Wins
low. Alan Moritz, who spent " several
das at Seward, has returned to
Mrs. Mae L. Dundy, who is in
New York City, will return to Oma
ha about February IS.
Mrs. M. M. Levings returned Sat
urday from a visit of 10 days with
friends in Des Moines, la.
Dr. E. D. Johnson will go to Lin
coln Friday, and where he will at
tend an Alpha Phi dance.
Miss .Nona' Bridge has gone to
California whfre she will join the
members of the Bridge family.
Miss Ruth Nickum returned Sun
day To University of Nebraska at
Lincoln, where she is a sophomore.
Miss Lois Thompson - and Miss
Marcia Follmer spent the wfflak-end
at the Kappa Gamma house? Lin-
coln. ' J
Mrs. E. H. Silsbee of Lincoln,
who.was in Omaha for a short time,
returned to her home Saturday eve
Mrs. Edward Higgins of Platte
Center, Neb., who has been visiting
friends in Omaha, has returned
Miss Lillian Anderson spent the
week end in Lincoln where she at
tended the Kappa Delta Phi party
Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. S. Cohn and children of
Far-Rockaway, Long Island, N. Y.,
arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
David N. Meyer.
Miss Margaret Wattles, who spent
the week end in Omaha, has returned
to the University of Nebraska to re
sume her studies.
Katherine Reynolds, ' who spent
the week-end in Omaha, has re
turned to her studies' at the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. -Sutherland
spent the week end in Lincoln where
thev chapefroned the Kappa Delta
Phi house dan,ce Saturday evening. .
Mrs. Joseph Garneau Ringwalt of
New York City is the guest of Mrs.
J. R. Ringwalt. Mr. Ringwalt ac
companied his wife to Omaha and
then continued to California. - He
will return here March 1 when Mrs.
Ringwalt will join him to return to
their home.
War Mothers Kensington.
Omaha chapter, American War
Mothers' Kensington club will meet
Wednesday afternoon. 1 :30 o'clock,
with Mrs. Frances Kerrigan. 3327
Ames avenue. Mcsdames George
Ahlquist. John Neaman, Robert Gib
son and Emma Leaverton will assist
the hostess.
Loom) rhautauqoa Circle Tuesday,
p. m., X. W. C. A.
V. 8. flrant W. R. C Tuesday, 2:30 p.
m.. Memorial hall, court house.
Sojourners Clnb Tuesday's p. tn., with
Mrs. C. A. Isakson, 3209 Myrtla avenue.
W. C. T. r. Tuflsday. S p. m., TM.
C.,A. Mid year state executive meeting.
IT. K. T.. p. Clnb Tuesday evening. So
cial Settlement bouse, supper and dramatic
Delphian Society Tuesday,- 8:30 p. m.,
T. W. C. A. A study ciasa will be or
ganized. Omaha Spanish Clnb Tuesday, I p. m.,
310 Patterson block, Seventeenth and Far
nam streets.
Jewish Women' Belief Society Tues
day, 3 p. m J.yrlc building. Nineteenth
and Farnam streets.
Lasell Alumnue Cluk Tuesday after
noon ' with Mrs. Luther KouSUe, 4:iS
South Thirty-ninth street.
Drama- League Tuesday, 4 p. m., Fon
tenelle hotel. Prof. Paul Orummann will
sjk on Charles Hann Kennedy'a play,
"The Army With Banners."
Girls' Community Merrlce League
Tuesday, Lafayette club supper,' t:30 p.
m.; dramatic art clsss, 7:30.-
Prettiest Mile Woman's- Coif Club
Tuesday evening, with Jlrs. A. D. North
rup. SI 25 Florence boulevard. I
Omaha, Woman' Hub. Public 'Speaking
Department Tuesday. 10 a. m., 1. W.
U A. Mrs. O. T. Krins, leader.
South Omaha Woman' Club, Literature
Department Tuesday, 2:30 p. m., with
Mrs. Byron Clow. 3601 K street.
Omaha Woman's Clnb, Literature De
partmentTuesday, 3:30 p. m.. Y. W.
C A. Mrs. Edward Johnson, leader.
American Literature Chautauqua Circle
Tuesday, 3 p. m.. with Mrs. L. J. Greer,
60O3 Burt streo. Mrs. Gref-r. leader.
P. K. O. Sisterhood, Chapter It. X. ay, 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs.
A. B. Culllson. 4911 Davenport street.
Omaha Business Woman's Club Tues
day. 6:16 p. rn., y. W. A., supper, fol
lowed by business meeting and program.
Alice K. Howard Uliaiitauqua Circle
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. M. A.
Phillips, 4503 Florence boulevard. Miss
Grace Rowland, leader.
Dundee Morning Chautuuqua Circle'
Tuenday. :4S a. m.. 'with Mrs. 11. R.
Winkelmnn, 103 South Forty-first street.
Mrs. A. B. Tehblns. leader.
Omaha Truth Center Tuesday, I p. m.,
16 Patterson block, Seventeenth and Fsr
nsm streets. Francis J. Oable of Lincoln
will speak on "The Impcrinl Conscious
ness." V
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
Why Lillian Warned Madge.
Therel Ladies! at the rightl
Here is the place of which I was
speaking. It really is one of the
most beautiful placet in this whole
section." Mr. Jones threw out his
hands with a regal gesture as if he
were bestowing the title patent of
the property. I stopped the car in
front of the gateway to which he
was pointing, but before k looked
toward the property he was lauding
I slyly glanced at my speedometer,
and made a mental comparison with
the number it had indicated when
we started from the real estate office.
Two miles and a halfl I wondered
how many .minutes from the statioy
the gifted Mr. Jones would reckon
it when he touched upon , that angle
of his sales talk.
"How much is this " I began,
but Mr. Jones, now as voluble as
he had been taciturn in the begin
ning, deftly vaulted over my ques
tion and took a running leap into an
ecstatic description of the- ieighbor-
"One of the most exclusive in theM
section," he exclaimed. "Mr. Con
rad Almont's home is directly across
the road."
I looked in the direction he indi
cated, but' saw nothing except a
stretch of pasture land.
"I do not see," I began.
"Oh, dear, not the house, not just
here!" he said, as if something in
my question had shocked him. "If
! the house were across the road this
property would be doubled in value.
That is the pasture across the road.
You should see Mr. Almont s blood
ed stock kept jtere in the summer."
"How do you determine the reta
five value to prospective buvers ot
the privilege of looking at Mr. Al
mont's blooded stock, and his more
or less blooded family?" Lillian
asked innocently.
"Eh! What? Oh. yes! Ha
quite good!" Mr, Jones laughed loud
ly, but there was a hollow ring in it,
and I knewstliat our social stock
had snnkyeJoysmally within the last
Lillian Is Truculent.
"Which is the Almont house?" I
asked. v .
"That big yellow one down there."
He pointed to a rambling barn-like
structure several rods down the road.
- Lillian and I exchanged glances,
turned simultaneously and looked at
it earnestly
"If I had a house opposite to that
thing," she said vehemently at last,
"and had no other view from ray
front windows I should move my
house or tear it down."
She was in the truculent mood
which always comes to her when
something offends her artistic sense.
Mr. Jones gazed at her with the re
spectful but alarmed curiosity which
a man generally gives to any unusual
specimen of that species which Kip
ling has assured us is "deadlier than
the male." I think he was a trifle
uncertain whether she meant to ad
vance with vandal intent upon the
Almont home or turn and rend him
for daring to admire it.
I hastened to oil the troubled wa
ters. ,
"Look at the shade trees of this
property, Lillian," I said. "Aren't
they wonderful? What must they
be when they are in leaf!"
She paid them the tribute of a
long look, which ended abruptly in
a gesture of intense annoyance as
the irrepressible Mr. Jones struck in:
"You should see the shrubbery in
the summer! Wonderful roses 1
Beautiful peonies!, Gorgeous peren
nials!".. A Direct Question.
"May we see where the beds are?,sJ
I demanded, everything else lorgot-
"Certainly." He led the way to the
side of the really large and beautiful
X-illian plucked at my sleeve as
we followed.
"Remember your weakness,
Madge," she smiled. "You know you
always rent or buv a fireplace and
a flower garden with never a thought
to the plumbing or foundation
"You're just plain stealing from
Dicky," I laughed back, following
Mr. Jones to a long flower bed at
the side of the lawn, covered with
"The perennials are here," he said.
"The roses cover the verandas."
I had expected an old-fashioned
garden with a sun dial and winding
patns, the ideal ot my dreams, wmcn
I had iust begun to realize at Mar
vin. This long, prim bed chilled my
ardor. I looked at the verandas,
along the pillars' of which the rose
bushes were climbing and saw that
the house held no possibilities of
remodelling to my taste. It was fin
ished as it was, a fairly large struc
ture of the deadly mid-Victorian pe
riod, with verandas across the en
tire front and at one side, with fret
ted jigsaw work ornamenting its
cornices and with bay windows jut
ting out everywhere. ' , . "
"Every . modern improvement,"
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens, Beautifies.
A few cents buys "Danderine."
After a few applications you cannot
find a fallen hair or any dandruff, be
sides every hair shows new life,
vigor, brightness, more color and
Mr. Jones was .babbling, as he saw
mv eves nxed upon trie . nouse.
"Ready to move right in. One of the
most wonderful bargains "
"Mr. Jones," I stopped abruptly.
"It is no use whatever for me to look
"California Syrup of Figs"
Cbild Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only look for the name California
on the package, then you are sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Children
love its fruity taste. Full directions
on each bottle. You must say
The Best Cough Syrup
" ii Home-maae.
Here's aa easy warflmave 92, and
yet have the beat cough remedy
you ever tried.
You've probably heard of this well
known -plan of making cough syrup
at home. But have you erer used
itf Thousands of families the world
over, feel that they could hardly keep
house without it. It's simple and
cheap, but the way it takes hold of a
cough will soon earn it a permanent
plate in your home.
Into a pint bottle, pour 2 ounces
of Pinex; then add plain granulated
sugar syrup to fill up the pint. Or,
if desired, use clarified molasses,
honey, of corn syrup, instead of sugar
syrup. Either way, it tastes good,
never spoils, and gives you a full-pint
of better cough remedy than you
could buy ready-made for three times
iU cost.
It is really wonderful how quickly
this home-made remedy conquers a
cough usually in 24 hours or less.
It seems to penetrate through every
air passage, loosens a dry. hoarse or
tight cough, lifts the phlegm, heals
the membranes, and gives almost im
mediate relief. Splendid for 4,hrpat
tickle, hoarseness, croup, bronchitis
and bronchial asthma.
' Pinex is a highly concentrated com-
?ound of genuine Norway pine ex
ract, and has been used for genera
tions for throat ffird chest, ailments.
To avoid disappointment ask yona
druggist for "-JVi ounces of Pinex"
with direction, and don't accept any
thing else. Ouaranteed to give abso
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
relieves dandruff
Dandruff is one of the most fro
qnent causes of baldness and too
much care cannot be exercised in
getting rid of it. The Resinol treat
ment rs an easy method. Shampoo
with Resinol Soap working the lather
well Into the roots of the hair. Rinse
thoronjhly and when wholly dry
spread the hair apart and gently rub
Into the scarp a little ReslDol Oint
ment If carefully done little Oint
ment will get on the hair. Resinol
Soap and Ointment at all druffffittt,
Brownatone Ends
Gray. Streaky Hair
Ladies, in society, 'no more tolerate
gray, streaky hair than they do unbecom
ing towns. Neither can the business girl
or person in any walk; of life who would
keep up-to-date.
The proven, tested and absolutely harm
less was to tint gray, faded, streaked or
bleach' viaic is with "Brownatone." This
one bottle, easy to apply tint gives dis
tinct shades from lixhtest solden to the
deepest brown or black.
Brownatone tints instantly and will
make yu look 10 years youno-er over
night. No mussy, dirty pantos to bother
with no waiting for results, All drug
gists recommend "Brownatone" on a
money hack guarantee 60c and St. B0. Two
colors shading from "Golden to Medium
Brown" and "Dark Brown to Black."
Special Free Trial Offer
For a free 'trial battle with eay, com
plete directions, send 11 cents to pay pot
age, packing and war tax to The Kilnthn
Phkrnucal Co., 01 Coppin Rldg., Coving
ton, Ky,
at this property unless I know the
price of it. '
He looked at me shrewdly for a
second, yielded to the inevitable.
"They are asking $4o!o()0 for it,
but I think they might be induced
to take say, $38,500 if an immedi
ate sale was made."
(Continued Tomorrow.)
Mrs. Vincent Astor's name ius
been added to those of other promi
nent women as sponsor for a boxing
tournament to b htJd in New Yor:
City at an early date.
fU? F"
Rachmaninoff will enthrall you, if you go tohear him play
in his coming recital at Brandeis Theater, February 3.
But, what is more Rachmaninoff will show you which is
the best phonograph, if you come here.
Rachmaninoff has made Re-Creations for the New Edison.
He has also made recordings for one of the standard talking
machines. ' " -
Our Edison Turn-Table is the scientific way of comparing
the two. It enables you to hear the New Edison and three
i '
leading talking-machines under precisely the same conditions.
A competition! And you decide the winner.
Come in! Let, the Edison Turn-Table Comparison show
'which phonograph gives the real Rachmaninoffl ,
Given only on request)
I- : SHULTZ BROS - Owners
"a- " THE EDISON SHOP, 313 South Fifteenth Street.
, Love the old-time Mother Goose Rhymes and Illustrations just as j
i you -did years ago. , j
" . Schulze's ,
Butter -Nut I
; Breadl ;
Mother Goose Card
The Advertising Columns of The Bee
Offer Many Attractive Bargains Today
To Clean Feathers ...
To cleanse feathers dip them in a
jar of gasoline and leave them there
for a few minutes, thru remove and
rub them with a cloth. This will
usually make the feathers conic out
beautifully white.
Another way to treat feathers is
to rub them thoroughly with mag
nesia or French chalk and wrap in
tissue paper and lay aside tor sev
eral days, rubbing gently with the
magnesia each day. At the end of
four or live days' time they should
be quite, clean.
and Compare!
.Women are at present ineligible
for jury duty in Washington, I).
C because congress mi writing tho
code, used the term "man" in con
nection with such duty. ,
No cure for
relief is ofte
No cure for it. but welcome
relief is often brought by
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Over 1 7 Million Jan Vud Yearly