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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17. 1921.
Fine Arts Exhibit.
The Henry Golden Dearth "Me-
morial exhibition," which is being
shown at the public library under
the auspices of the Omaha Society
of Fine Arts, is drawing large
crowds, 'according to Mrs. Alfred
Darlow, publicity chairman.
This collection is the largest to be
exhibited by the Fine Arts society
this winter and comprises 71 beauti
ful, as well a valuable paintings,
according to Mrs. Darlow. Three
rooms in the library have been
turned over to the society for the
exhibit, which is open to the public
from 9 a. m. to 5:30 p, m. on week
days. 2 to 6 p. m., Sunday and 7 to
9 o'clock Monday and Saturday eve
Mrs. Howard Saxton and Mrs.
Charles Steinbaugh will entertain the
February and . June . , graduating
classes of the Henry ', , .Yates
school at a St. Patricks dinner party
Thursday evening at the home of
The hostesses will be assisted by
the following teachers: Mrs. Rose
j Coleman and the Misses Anna Pick
.ard, Erma Nelson, Mary Phillippt,
Amelia Fcarson. Anna Nelson and
Delia Hogan. - '
Officers of the class of 1921 are
l'.eatrice Hoel, , president; V'elmar
Saxton, vice president; Gretchen Dis
hong, secretary, And Myer Freeman,
Tea for Guest.
Mrs. Sanford GirTord entertained
informally at tea at her home
Wednesday afternoon for 20 guests
' in honor of Miss Marie Patterson of
' Los Angeles, Cal., who is visiting
Miss Ruth Carter.
C. Y. M. A.
C. Y. M. A. of Benson will give a
Patrician card party and dance 'in
St. Bernards school auditorium, Six
: ty-fifth street and Military avenue,
tn Thursday, March 17. u
' For Miss Holliday.
Miss Lois Robbins entertained in-
formally at her home; Wednesday
' afternoon--in honor of Miss Sara
.i t I . . L j .
i vi. Jiomuay, atreciar 01 a summer
! camp at Lake Okoboji, who is. a
guest at thc-Robhins home. -A
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pollard
j will entertain at dinner Thursday
) evening for this visitor.
dav for Saturday afternoot'. by Miss
( Dancing Party,
f Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Butkr will
entertain at a St. Patrick's,, day
I dancing party for 12 couples at their
; home, Thursday evening.
I Mrs. Louis Clarke was hostess to
I members of the Wednesday Bridge
, club at luncheon at her home
Jolly Seniors will hold a dance
I Saturday evening at Crounse hall.
A St. Patrick's dance will be given
i Thursday evening at Kel-Pine's
academy by the Rag-a-Jazz band
irom Lincoln. . ,
Movie at Yates School.
A motion picture, "Pinch Hitter,"
starring Charles Ray, will be shown
ftr the. auditorium of Henry W".
Yates school Friday evening at 7:30
nVlnrk-' , 5: . .
"Memories," taken from. 'Whit
ticr's poem, "School Days," will also
; Get Acquainted Club Party.
! The Get Acquainted club will give
;a party for the benefit of, the starv-
ing children of the- Orient Wednes-
day evening at 8 o'clock at the First
; Unitarian church, Thit-ty-first and
: Harney streets. m ;,
,A program .of games and dancing
will be given, under direction of Mr.
, and Mrs. Paul K. Harlan.
If You Don't Find it at Hospe's
' You Need Not Look Elsewhere
Don't it stand to reon that the first store to realize the value ot
Victor product should today be the beat able to satisfy your irantit? Try
U3 first when you want a Victrola or a record, for if it isn't at Hospe's
there's no use looking elsewhere.
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Old Favorite Just. Received
16835 Spring Voices (Whistlinf)
83c Birds of ths Forest Gavotte Gialdini
16968 Emmeytt's Favorite Yodel
85c ' AlpineSpecialty, Popular Yodels. Watson
18526 Till We Meet Again (Waltz)
85c Beautiful Ohio (Waltz) ....... . .Ovlando'S Orchestra
18646 Carolina Sunshine (Waltz)
85c Apple Blossom (One-Step) Smith's Orchestra
35352 Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 2 (Part I) -
$1.35 Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 2 (Part 11) .Oessella's Band
45052 Narcissus " ''
$1.00 Melody in F .Herbert's Orchestra
45180 Virginia Judge (Part I)
$1.00 Virginia Judge (Part II) .Kelly
64457 ($1.25) Barcarolle, Tale of Hoffman (Violin)
64564 ($1.25) Pse Gwine Back to Dixie (With Male Chorus)
64774 ($1.25) Lohengrin, Prelude Act III
Boston Symphony Orchestra
The Art and
1813-15 Douelaa Street
Margaret Matthews Bride
SPN Rhiaehart-AUrsden Photo
Mrs. J. L,
Mrs. Lucile P. Matthews an
nounces the marriage of her daugh
ter, Margaret Parmer Matthews, and
J. L. McWilliams of Shenandoah,
la., which took place Wednesday
afternoon, March 16.
The manage conies as a surprise,
as no formal announcement of the
engagement had been made. The
ceremony took place at 3:30 o'clock
at St. Andrews Episcopal church,
Rev. A. H. Marsden officiating.
Miss Rita Holland was the bride's
attendant. ,' James Ahlgren of Shen
andoah was best man.
The bride wore a traveling gown,
of dark blue poiret twill combined
with Algerian red duvetyn with a
cape of the duvetyn and a small .hat
She was graduated from Central
High school and attended the Uni
versity of Nebraska where she was
a popular member of Kappa Kappa
Mr. McWilliams attended the Uni
versity of Illinois and was a student
at the University of Missouri, at
Columbia. - He - is a member ot
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
Following a short trip Mr. and
Mrs. McWilliams will reside at
im ii 1 '
April 2 h
April -J. has' befin xhosen by Miss
Virginia OrTut, fiancee of Milo Gates,
for the, date of her marriage. The
wedding will be a quiet-affair, taking
place at 6 o'clock on Saturday even
ing ,at the First Presbyterian church.
Rev. Edwin Harte Jenks will per
form the ceremony. The bride-to-be
has not yet chosen her attendants.
It is planned that following the,
wedding a few intimate friends will,
be invited to attend an informal re
ception at the home of the bride's'
mother, Mrs. Charles Offutt.
At present Miss Offutt is in Min
neapolis. She-will return to Omaha
Minne Lusa Society. y
. The Minne Lusa Woman's society,
will be entertained at 1 o'clock
luncheon Thursday at the home of
Mrs. E. L. Platner, 2861 Newport
avenue. Mesdames E. L. Platner,
R. A. Newell, J. D. Youngman, C.
W. Rhoden, retiring officers, and
Mrs. G. C. pimick w ill be the host
esses. ; V "
Officers for the ensuing year are
Mrs. R. A. Newell, president; Mrs.
F. B. McDowell, vice president; Mrs.
Ralph Beckley, secretary; Mrs. B. A.
Waugh, treasurer, and Mrs.. G. C.
Dimick, literary secretary.
For Old People. r .
Fontenelle chapter, O. E. S. Ken
sington club, gave a program of
music, readings and fancy dancing
at the Old People's Home, Fonte
nelle boulevard, Tuesday afternoon.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the program.
A son was born Tuesday at the
Methodist hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Nieman. , ; ,
Miss. Myrtle ; Maxwell of St.
Joseph. Mo., is visiting at the home
of her brother, E. D. Maxwell.
Mrs.f Stephen A. Hall of Min
neapolis is visiting her brother,
Mark A. Kent, at Drake Court. ,
-Mrs. Sidney Smith of Hartford,
Conn., arrived Tuesday to visit at
the John F. Dale, home for several
Amos Field, who has spent the
past two months in New Orleans and
other southern points, returned home
Among the Lenten visitors are Mrs.
E. V. Krug and daughter. Claire
Helen, of Pasadena, Cal., who are
guests at, the home of Mrs. John F.
Misses. Catherine and Madeline
Dickey of Kansas City will come to
Omaha the middle of April to spend
a month. They will be the guests
of Miss Dorothy Eelt.
A daughter, Lois Virginia, was
horn Monday to Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Wickland of Valley at the Emmanuel
hospital. Mrs. Wickland was for
merly .Mildred Clauson of 'this city.
Problems That Perplex
. Answered by
Suggestions for April Fool's Day.
'Jhc first day of April is kniwn as
"All Fools' Day." Here are a few
suggestions for an April Fool's day
Spirit Charm It is necessary to
have two persons in the secret of
this game. One leaves the room while
the accomplice remains with the
others. The accomplice hides an
article which the other players have
selected, in another room which is
totally dark, placing a watch with a
loud tick near the hidden article. The
others present must know nothing
about the purpose of the watch. Then
the accomplice tells all to be quiet,
very quiet, or else they will spoil
the "spirit charm." Then he calls
in the player and leads him into the
darkened room. The ticking of the
watch guides him to the chosen
article. He and his accomplice al
ternate in hunting the article; when
eventually some one will associate
the ticking with the object hidden,
and in this manner the trick is dis
covered. Pantomime Supply each guest
with a folded slip of paper on which
is written some word or words which
can be acted in pantomime. Every
one must keep his instructions a se
cret, as the rest of the guests are to
guess what he is acting, Arrange the
players in a circle; the one acting in
the pantomime plays in the center,
where all can see him. Suppose one
had "Horse" on his slip: he would
pretend to saddle him, give him a
piece 'of sugar and then mount him.
Another might have "Dog," he would"
pretend to have him do tricks, would
pat him, etc. As soon as it is guessed
what the player is doing the others
call it out.
Naming Compositions Each guest
is' provided with paper and pen
cil. The hostess, or one of the
guests, . then plays two or three
1 measures from some well known or
popular composition on the piano.
Each guest writes down what he
thinks is the name of the piece. If
the player selects two or three meas
ures from the middle of the com
position, there will be some difficulty
and a great deal of amusement in de
termining upon the name. About 10
selections arc played, allowing two
minutes for the writing of each name.
To the person having the greatest
number of correct answers, a book on
some musical subject is .given as a
prize. A pair of doll's slippers,
marked "For de Feet" (for defeat),
is an appropriate bobby prize.
For refreshments, serve saud
wiches, sarlad, coffee or chocolate;
or ice cream, cake and coffee. To
make April Fool's candy, coat small
pebbles or balls of cotton with choco
ate and add red pepper to home made
candies. , ,
To make an April Fool's pie, to
be used as a table centerpiece, cover
Lift Off with Fingers
Docsn t. hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freczone" on an aching corn, in
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with
fingers. Truly! "
Your druecist sells a tinv bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
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iu iciuuvc cvciy iidi u cuiu, sun luru,
or corn between the toes, and the
calluses,' without soreness or irrita
IP yon are nervous, despondent, west,
ran down, through sseen or other cmum.
w went to msil you our book which tells
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should set this tree book at ones.
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a round pan with yellow crepe paper
and fill with favors having strings
attached, so that the guests can draw
them from the pie.
Words Krom Nnnie. Give your
guests paper and pencil and RKk them
to make words from letters found in
"April Fools' Pay." For example,
"if." "pool," "rill," "of," etc.
Do not use a letter more times in
one word than it appears in "April
Fools' Day." Place a limit of time
on this panic. You will be surprised
at the number of words possible.
Letters to "Mother and Daughter:"
Letters of advice to "Mother and
Daughter" have been received by
"One Who Has Be'en There." "Six
teen," and ".Miss Eighteen." They
are very good letters but it seem
inadvisable to publish them so long
after the original letters of "Mother
and Daughter" appeared. They are
hereby acknowledged by Miss Fair
fax with her thanks.
Just Fifteen: I would not advise
you to give up the young man. Tou
seem to have pretty good sense about
your friendship. If you refuse to
consider marriage until you ar"e of
age, I think you will be pretty sure
to know your own mind by that time.
I think both you and the young
man might be happier if you would
not confnie yourselves to each other,
but go with other young friends, or
at least feel free to do so should oc
casion arise. I will confess I may be
wrong 'on this point, however. If
your friendship is a very sincere and
happy one, and if you keep a good
sane view of it, it might be better for
you not to make an effort to dissipate
Seven thousand persons each year arc
laid away the burial certificate being
marked "Rupture." WhyT Because ths
unfortunate ones had neglected themselves
or had been merely taking care of the sign
(swelling) of the affliction and paying no
attention to the cause. What are you do
ing? Are you neglecting yourself by
wearing a truss, appliance, or whatever
name you choose to call 'it ? At best, the
truss is only a makeshift a false prop
against a collapsing wall and cannot be
expected to act as mora than a mere me
chanical support. The binding pressure
retards blood circulation, thus robbing the
weakened muscles of that which they
need most nourishment. i
But science has found a way, and every
truss sufferer in the land is invited to
make a FREE test right in the privacy of
their own home. The PLAPAO method is
unquestionably the most scientific, logical
and successful self-treatment for rupture
the world has ever known. 1
The PLAPAO PAD when adherinc close
ly to the body tcannot possibly slip or
.hift out .of place;, therefore cannot chafe
jr pinch, jsott as ..velvet easy to appty
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Learn how to close the hernial opening
as nature intended so the rupture CAN'T
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Be Better tooking-Take
If your skin is yellow complexion
pallid tongue coated appetite poor
you have a bad taste in your mouth
a lazy, no-good feeling you should
take Olive Tablets.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a sub- '
stitute for calomel were prepared by
Dr. Edwards after 17 years- of study.
You will know them by their olive color.
Tohave a clecr ,jpink skin, bright eyes,
no pimples, a feeling bf buoyancy like
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on
th liver and bowels like calomel yet
have no dangerous after effects.
They start the bile and overcome con
stipation. Take one or two nightly and
note the pleasing results. Millions of ,
boxes are sold annually at 15c and 30c
i Constipation is the ibre-
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runner oi 0070 01 m
1 numanms. it Dnngs
An fnnri cuffprinor
vany other single cause.'
But YOU CAN GET
RID of constipation.
Nor do you have to take
W any nauseating, griping
Wa medicines to do it Take
RICH-LAX is a new treatment It cleans
the system, removes the poisons from the
body, and puts you in shape to accomplish '
things. And RICH-LAX does this without
leaviw; you weak and half-sick, as you
al ray3 feel after taking ordinary laxatives.
Guaranteed st Our Store. We are so sure thai
Rich-Lax will please you that we want you to
come to our store and get a bottle and try it en
tirely st our risk. If it doesn't suit you, if it isn't
the best Isxative medicine you ever used, simply
tell us so snd we trill promDtl refund ue roll
I purchase price,
Sherman A McConnell 5 Drug Stores.
Girls! Save Your Hair I
Make It Abundant!
Immediately after a "Uaudcnnc"
massage, your hair takes on new life,
lustre and wondrous beauty, appear
ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be
cause each hair seems to fluff and
thicken. Don't let your hair stay life
less, 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
to thin, dull, fading hair that youth
ful brightness and abundant thick
ness All druggists!
Ash Grove Portland Cement is
made under the supervision of
recognized Cement experts
leaders in the Cement industry.
Ash Grove Portland Cement is
ground unusually fine; of exact
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. SUPERFINC SND SUPEDSTDONO
quickly relieved by
A little touch of Resinol Ointment
after exposure to wind or sun and
that tense, drawn feeling of the
skin will be promptly dispelled.
That is because this pure ointment
soothes while it heals. Try it once
and you will understand why so
many people recommend it
Resinol Shaving Stick contains th
pam medication and it leaves the Fkin
free from smarting or dryness. Both
products sold 6j your druggist.
Give the Stomach a Rational Rest
by Proper Aid, Not by Harsh ..
Starvation- Methods. Use
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
A sour stomach may indicate an acid
condition that calls for an alkaline effect.
This you will sret from one or two
' Stuart's Dyspousia Tablets after a meal.
Sour riitinifs, irasoiness, a heavy bloated
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Dyspepnia Tablets after meals reflects to a
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One cannot always select or inspect the
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method or manner of preparation. But it
is possible to avoid the acidity that is
so often the result. And it is a far bet
ter plan to eat without worry over what
may happen, than to starve for fear it
will happen. Many physicians recommend
these tablets for -ptomiich dislreas due to
indigestion or dyspepsia. '
They are 30M by all drugciMs ever-
here at 60 cents a box.
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