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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1921)
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Sextette of Harpists at Benefit
Ii j the country clubs. A joyous message it is, for, with springtime call-
ing us out of doors, all are
s awaiting the gladsome news of the opening dates of
the - summer time clubs to
Country club has definite4y fixed upon the date for its opening party.
The affair will be a formal dinner-dance and will be held Saturday evening,
May 21. -
Plans for Happy Hollow are not definitely decided as yet, but the
portals of this attractive club will" probahly open about May 14.
At Field club, members are very much "up in the air" concerning
their opening date. No date as yet has been settled upon. According to
all indications, however, the club will hold it? first party, of the season
early in May, between the 7th and 15th. : .
The marriage of Miss Ella Morri
son of Wayne. Neb., and Paul Har
rington, also of Wayne, 'will take
place Saturday afternoon in Wayne.
A number of Omahans will be
present at the ceremony, anions them
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jeep. Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Burruss and Mr. Otto
Viese. Mr. and Mrs. "Edwin R.
Morrison and small daughter, Louise
1 ukey Morrison, of Kansas City, will
also attend. The Lincoln guests at
the wedding will be Mr. and Mrs.
(icorge O. Smith, jr.;1 Mariel Jones,
trances McNabh. Marjoric Selleck
and Mary Spaulding.
M iss Morrison was a member of
Delta Delta Delta sororitv at the
University of-Nebraska. Mr. Har
rington also attended the state uni
versity and was a member of Sigma
Alpho Epsilon fraternity.
The attendants will be Ruth Jones,
niece of the bride and D. H. Cunnintf
liani, both of Wayrlc.
Miss Mariel Jones of Lincoln will
play the Wedding march. The bride
will be given, in marriage 'by her
brother, Wilfred K. Smith. Little
Louise Morrison wijl be the ring
Mr. Harrington and his bride will
reside in Wayne.
A two-piano recijal will be given
April 5 at the Mickel Auditorium
by Dorothy Morton "Jobst of Lin
coln and Adelyn Wood of this city
under the auspices of t"hc Fortnightly
Musical, club. Assist. g on the pro
gram will be Mrs. Louise Jansei
Wylie, Mrs. John Morrison, and
Mrs. Irma PodoIak'Klopp.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Par'do,
daughter of Mr) and Mrs. E. S.
I'ardo. and Robert L. Corliss, son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Corliss, took
place March. 7 in Council Bluffs. The
couple will reside in Omaha.
University Club. )
At the Saturday evening dinner
dance, March 26. at the University
club, Arthur' Middleton of the New
York Metropolitan Grand Opera
company will give a profirm of
sons. This feature will' begin at
8:30 o'clock. Mr.- Middleton is a
Mrs. W. It Wheeler goes to Chi
cago to spend Easter.
E. O. Hamilton is here from Los
Angeles for a few days.
Mrs. H; Y. Cook returned Thurs
day from a trip to California.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Dietz return
Sunday' morning from California.
Mrs. E. A. Redding will spend
Easter with her parents in Des
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dietz arrive
home April 17 from a trip to Soutn,
R. W. Hughes has returned from
stay of several days in points in
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a illllllilPimillliiiiiMlithlimOlllrillllllll . I
Affairs for Mr.
and M rs . -Griffin
Mr. and Mrs Harvey Griffin leave
Saturday for Denver, Colo., where
they will makCj. their future home..
During the past week a number of
affairs have been given in their honor.
Randall K. Brown was host at a
Left to Right: Misses Loretta De Lone, Margaret Brown. Dorothy Chenoweth, Thelma Skeen, Dorothy
Hopke, Maurine Walrath, Virginia Mulholland.
Mrs. Carl San!and
Easter with Mrs. C. A.
Mrs. II. E. Cotton is convalescing
from a recent operation at Swedish
Mrs. E. S. Rood, who has been
traveling in theHawaiian islands and
California, will return to Omaha the
sniddle of next week.
George Murphy, who is attending
Dartmouth college, will ko, to New
A sextette of harpists, nder the
direction of Miss Loretta De Lone,
will be a feature of the concert to be
given Tuesday evening, March 29.
at the Qreightou auditorium, under
Jackson ofc Lincoln will be her guest
during Easier vacation.
Miss Helen McCaffrey will come
home from Chicago to spend Easter
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mildred Walker will return
to Omaha from Nebraska university
to spend Easter with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Walker.
auspices of the Daughters of Isabel
la. Mrs. Arthur Mullen is the grand
regent of this organization which,
numbers more than 560 members in
Ornajha. Proceeds of the concert will
ISM Harney St.
AL FINCH. Maje.tie
Fivt-Plrca (white) Orchntra .
9:30 p. m. 12(30 m. )
go into a building fund being ac
cumulated toward a club house. Miss
Rose Romer will play a violin solok
and dancing numbers will also be
presented on the program.
Miss Betty Kennedy will return
to Omaha from the state university
for the Easter holidays.
Miss Dorothy Hippie arrived hom
Friday from the University of Ne
braska to spend the Easter vacation
Miss Frances Stein, - who under
went an operation at the Clarkson
hospital Wednesday, is recovering.
Major and Mrs. A. A. Padmore of
San Antonio, Tex., are visiting their
daughter, Mrs. .A. S. Ritchie and
Mr. Ritchie. ..'
- Miss , Ruth ..Nickum returned to
Omaha Friday from the. University
of Nebraska at Lincoln. Miss Fern
Mrs. A. O. Faulkner of Lincoln,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. George L.,De Lacy, since Mon
day, leaves Saturday for her home.
Mrs. George F. Maddisonv.who is
in St. Catherine's hospital conva
lescing from a recent operation, ex
pects to return .home Easter Sun-'
day. - -
. Reginald Fernald, a student at the
University of Nebraska, arrived
home Friday at'ternoo to spend he
Easter holidavs with his parents,
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Ffrnatd.
Mrs. Stanley Hartman of Chicago,
formerly Hazel Cahn, is visiting at
'the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Cahn. She arrived Tues
day and leaves Saturday night for
Mr. and Mrs. H. Heyman, who
have been in New York, have re
turned home. They went east to
attend the marriage of their son,
Harry Heyman, and Miss Renee
Bruno on March 19. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Heyman will resire at the
home of Mr. Hcyman's parents fol
lowing their honeymoon trip.
A FEW SPECIALS
Not found even in the want ads
VICTKOIA. Style 17, Electric. So tOftl-!
perfect even an expert could scarcely M
tell It was ever used. Going at Maf 4 J
UPRIGHT PLlJiO. Strictly standard .
make, full size, guaranteed in perfect $
musical condition, see mis. us a
BRUNSWICK We have jvist '
one of these and it ' will sell
A. B. CHASE Upristt Piano
Large size, ex-
tra. fine tone and f
action. Real buy
at the price
Payments, $8 to $10 Monthly.
? MOjric Co.
1807 Farnam St,
The greater strength and uni
formity of Aah Grove Portland
Cement makes for greater
strength and absolute uniform
ity are assured by extra fine
grinding, uniform Darning and
the constant supervision by
avPBRriNK mm sveewrno
dinner complimentary to Mr. and
Mrs. Grirlin Monday evening at the
Omaha club. Dinner was followed
by a box party at the Orpheum and
supper at the Athletic club, given by
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoades.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Syfert enter
tained at dinner for them last Satur
day evening at the Athletic club.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gil
more gave a dinner at the Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Welpton I
entertained at the Wednesday eve
ning dinner-dance at the Athletic
club for Mr. and Mrs. Griffin.
A dinner was given Tuesday eve
ning by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. S winter
at their home.
Mrs. James Drakeford was hostess
at a' luncheon at the . Blaekstone
Thursday, honoring Mrs. Griffin.
A dinner was given Friday eve
ning by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tal
mage at their home for Mr. and Mr.
GritVm. s ' ,
: Sale of - .
New Easter Hats
Every New Style
Every New Shades
"x n ; E WANT every
V V woman and miss
in Omaha to 'sliare . in
for every occasion, at a
price that will fit every
purse.v Pattern Hats
hundreds of them and
every one a creation.
See the values we offer
before you buy.
Smart New Chokers
Every wanted fur. Every fur
guaranteed. Snap these bar
$19.50 and up
U Ml m rm i m m m mj mmsmmm mm 1 I 4
318-320 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET
A Startling Sensational Value-Giving
r i)af . vsr
; Vfti if, Mm
that would usually sell for $12, $15 and $17.50
Visca Braid Hats Maline Hats Ribbon Hats
Milan Hemp Hats -. Tagcl Braid Hats
Silk and Straw Combinations - Transparent Hats
N Every JL ElTn
Shape (OO cTnUJ
Size Z0) JV
Style and jj JY
These hats-await you in the Smartest of Easter Styles and the lore
liest of Easter colorings chic, youthful models for the miss, be
coming styles for the matron sailors, pokes, turbans every
bpring novelty and sport style.
NOVEL TEIMMINGS are noted brilliantly colored flowers in
flat effects, fruit clusters, silk stitchery, georgette sashes, nbbon
na wing enecxs, ana niany otners.
Every Sale Must Be Final
SECTION SECOND FLOOB
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No Exchanges 5 Qs I I
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and Countless Items of Drug Store Merchandise--at the ? 1
5 Good, Sherman & McConnell Drug Stores
V SATURDAY, MARCH 26
A facetious friend has asked just what we mean when we adver
tise "5 Good Drug Stores." ' Our answer was and is-Stores that in
almost every instance supply all the articles desired by their cus-tomers-and
of standard Quality and undoubted genuineness a
service adequate as to quantity and quality and lastly prices as
low as are afforded m this market. Such stores are the bherman
.& McConnell "Rexall Drug Stores."
Easter Egg1 Dye. . . .5
Easter Egg Candy, choc
olates. 15 and 30
These are the old
style razors and under
the Shumate plan are
The user may mail them
back ; to the manufac
turer in St. Louis and
they will be sharpened
r Rjr. t , t
Prices ' very reatenable.
Season now on. We
have just received, a
supply of the new
bark. 10. 251.
35 and 65 pack
ages. : ' . -.!
Flour i '
Pkg. of 15 small por
tions for . .$2.75
Pkg. of 30 small por
tions for . .84.85
$1.00 Enos Fruit Salt
75c Riker's Senna
Fig Laxative. 54
Fensdale or Florein
Linen - Paper with
match, 80c quality
Large 20c roll "Owl"
White Crepe Toilet
Paper .. He
1 dozen ..81.32
Case of 100 rolls
This is soft, tough
paper of very i igh
grade. i -
"Rex" roll .....Vtf
Case of 100 rolls
French Face Powder
Piver's LaTrefle, Azurea
and Floramye Pow-,
der, formerly retailing
at $1.48 and more,
next Friday and Sat
50c Roger & Gallet's
-."Rice Powder" in the
oblong paper package,
. for ...33
Djer Kiss Powder, large
Cara Nome (Dear
Name) Powder, per
box .:. 82.00
Bourjois Java Rice Pow
der, in the Green
Box, 4 shades... 34
50c La Jeune Powder
at ....... 39
50c Diana Brunette .
Rouge for ....29
75c Lablache Powder
Good Toilet Soaps
at Low Prices
Cuticura Soap '..19
Resinol Soap ... .23
Woodbury Facial Soap
Coco Mechanic Pumice
Stone Sdap, 3 cakes
25c Shermac's Hard
Water Tar Shampoo
Soap, cake ... .14
10c Rose Bath Soap, per
Haskin's Cofo Hard Wa
ter Castile,- "Pumi
. cuta" or Snow Ball
. Tar Soap, your choice,
per cake 7
Jergen's Violet Trans
parent Soap .... .9
Ivory , or Fairy Soap, 2
cakes for 15
15c Armour's Sylvan
. Toilet Soaps, "Lilac,
Violet, Sandal, etc.,
per cake 9
Lux, pkg. .(.......10
'Whiz or Skat Hand
Cleaners, can . . 12
Pear's Unscented Soap
150 Towels' in pack
x age for .....70
Standard Patent and
Other Good Medi
cines at Reduced
$1.25 Peptona Tonic
, for 98
$1.50 Milks Emulsion
60c Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets for ...44
50c Riker's 5-grain
Lithia Tablets for
- Rheumatism for 34
25c Carter's Liver Pills
for , - .17
35c Freezone Corn Rem
edy for ...... .23
60c Genuine Syrup Figs
$1.25 Pinkham's Com
pound for .... .98
25c Nyal Laxacold 14
60c Doan's Kidney Pills
Pyros for the Teeth
$1.00 Syrup Hyphophos
' phites Compound Ton
ic for J. 84
Phenolax Wafers, laxa
tive, 30c size, . .17
40c Castoria for.. 24
60c Caldwell's Syrup
I Pepsin for 44
$1.10 Nuxated Iron
. Tonic for 89
Rochelle Salts 8
15 and 25 boxes.
1-lb. sack Copperas. 9
1-lb. sack Sulphur. .9
1-lb. sack Epsom, Salts
$1,25 Carlsbad Spru
del Salts, Igenuine
imported .... 98
100 2-gr. Quinine Pills
100 bottle Blaud's Tonic
Iron Tablets . . .39
100 bottle Hinkle's Cas
cara Pills 19f
Cream of Tartar,
boxes 15 and 30
60c Riker's Milk Mag-
nesia for 39
25c Lysol Disinfectant
60c Wild Root Hair
Tonic for 44
25c Shermac's Arnica.
Eucalyptus and Witch
Hazel Salve for 19
$1.50 Gude'a Pepto
Mangan Iron Tonic
1 pint 75c White Paraf
fine Oil, internal
cleanser, for . . .49
' Diamond Point
Fountain Pen -
. Everyone warrant
ed. We also sell Wa
t e r m a n's, Ideal,
and Parker's Lucky
- For the Face
Boncilla Paste .$2.00
Boncilla Powder . . 75
Boncilla Cold Cream
Cream for 75 '
15c Roi Tan Cigars,
all shapes, Satur
day ........ 10
Los Ramos Cigars,
10c straight size,
2 for ....... 15'
"Corona" Cigars Sat
urday, 4 for. .15
Aipirin Tablets, bottles
of 100 6-grain tablets
(Mfd. by U. D. Co.)
1 doz. . "Acco' Aspirin
Tablets for 9
50c size for. . ;39
$1.00 size for. .84
$3.75 Hospital size
None Better Thaa
In this sale.
' for ,
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Five Good Drug Stores in Prominent Locations
Corner 16th and DoJfe t x Comer 49th and Dodge Corner 24th and Faraam
Corner 19th and Farnam Corner 16th and Harney Warehouse S09-11 South 12th
-General Office 19th and Farnam, 2d Floor I
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