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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. APRIL" 29, 1921.
pOCIETY editors are seriously considering sending out an S. O. S. when
they view the multiplicity of affairs scheduled for the months of May
and June.' Not only are there
ind many, many weddings, but the
gates and society will throng into
Directors of HaoDv Hollow club
chosen a night for their formal opening when that club will nave un
divided attention. Their first dinner dance, which will really be an in
formal affair is to be held on Saturday evening. May 14. During the
season dinner dances will be given
ning Tli H litnrhrnn for
:hildrcn's matinee dances will be held on Thursday afternoons.
' Country club and Field club must share honors on their opening
, nights, for both of them have chosen Saturday evening. May 21. It is
f nuite probable that the members of these will motor from one to another
luring the evening, in order to participate in the gayeties of both openings.
? At Counry club the regular dinner dance will be held on Wednesday
A . .a 4 t -f A A. I 1.11.-
"i and Saturday evenings, as tney win
;.he children s matinee dances are planned lor rnaay anernoons, anu uic
t women's luncheons will be held on Tuesday.
i- Nashville club, located north of Florence, will be open for the first
1 time on May 21, when an outdoor pageant will be staged on the grounds.
, Lakoma club at Ralston will open May 28, as will Carter Lake club.
I V h dinner dances at Lakoma during the season will be given on Tues-
jiay and Saturday evenings. .
J J And not only do all the above begin a merry season but in June,
S Jh date is not set as vet. the Athletic club will again resume its roof
garden dances which are held every
or Mrs. smitn.
Many informal affairs are being
given for Mrs. William Archibald
Smith, who. with her husband, de
parts in June to reside in California.
Mrs. Smith has been prominently
identified with social and welfare
movements in Omaha. The Day
Nursery has been a special object of
her attention as an officer of the Na-
. r . .
tional League for Women's Service,
f Mtv Smith is regent of the Major
U Isaac Sadler chapter, D. A. R.
A bridge-luncheon, with Mrs. Sim
ron Jones as hostess, will he given
in honor of Mrs. imith on Aiay .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sesemann of
Omaha announce the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Catherine Eliza
beth Sesemann, to Robert G. Kocher.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kocher,
also of this city.
The' marriage of Miss Mabel Bar
clay and A. C. Burnite took place
Monday evening at the home of the
V ..." J ' IT. I.U Arh.frT
JRcv. Laird officiated. Mr. and Airs.
J. W. Mack were the attendants.
Midsummer Night's Dream. '
Among those entertaining at box
parties at the Brandeis thea.ter Frit
day evening for the Brownell Hall
play. "Midsummer Night's Dream,"
are Mesdames Ward M,;Burgess, J.
E. Davidson. C. T. Kouittze and For
Chapter K of the P. E. 0. slster
'hood will hold a rummafte sale Fri
day at Twentieth and Pierce streets.
The sale will ope 1 at 10 a. m.
Golden Clow Club.
Golden Glow Charity club Will
give a dance Saturday evening at. W.
.5. W. hall.
Problems That Perplex
BEATHICE'FAIRFAX ' -
Too young to Marry.
r.)?ar Miss Fairfax: I have read
your good a4v!ce to others for some
tlmo and think that your answers
are very good. ' '
Now, Miss Fairfax. I am in love
With a gf. r :it) summers, one is
one of thJsa good, old-fashtoned
Now. Miss Fairfax.' the question IS.
is she, too young to ,get married or
I am 21 and make good money..
Thank you, , . YAT.
Yes,, my dear young friend, . 1
think a 16-year-old person is too
young. to get married. I advise you
to wait two years anyway, or even
four, before marrying. ;
The Chonoo for Happiness.
Dear Mies Fairfax: About a year
asro, through business. I met a man
15 years my senior who is separated
from' his, wife and working for a
divorce. I Know quite a few people
' who know him and speak very hlgh-
V of hint. For my opinion, he is
. my ideal man. Now, Miss Fairfax,
he has shown his love for me as
plainly as a man In his position
should. Shall I wait for him or try
to forget him? "UNDECIDED."
My dear, this may be your one
great chance of happiness. But unr
less you are brave enough to stake
everything, you mustn't consider It.
The mere fact that you are willing
to do as a stranger says inclines me
to feel that the situation Is too mucii
s ?''. $
. Guarding a Daughter.
Dear Miss Fairfax: TMy daughter
has been going about with a man
near as old as her father, who has a
very bad record. -
t Ktnnneii this man from coming
vnv Virnise when I found OUt Ui3
I would like to know whether I
did right or wrong. -. K. R. .
Your idea was right your method
wrong. If you forbid the man your
house, the girl will think him harshly
treated and take sides with him
against the wortd. Don't risk her
meeting him outside. Don't risk
enlisting her Interest in him as a
mr.n she may get the idea of re
forming. Have him at your home and
stay around to watch over the situa
tion. Try to make the girl see him
as he is. Can't you invite in some
line young fellow who will show him
up by contrast? The idea Is to save
your daughter not throw her into
the r.rms of an old scoundrel.
. . . r?5 jir .arc, iiuiu,
Viaj been going out with a young
1 l-i.!i.. tn-n VAnm rtli1.f thftn hlmaolf
and believed himself in love with
h?r. Recently he has met a very
sweet young girl and he now rea
lises that it was merely an infatua
tion he had for the older young
He still continues going out with
the older one. because he cannot
te'l her that he wants to give her up.
and he thlnka himself not good
enough for the sweet young girl he
loves. He has confessed this to me
and asked me for my help. Do you
adviae me to write to the girl he
loves and tell her of his regard, or
do you think it better for him to
write to her? J. B.
Tour brother must have the cour
age to manage his own affairs. He
couldn't do any girl a worse injust
ice than going about with her. Know
ing in his heart that he can never
be fond or her again. That he has
outgrown her may seem cruel to
hr. but that is beyond altering.
"What he owes her is the truth,
'DromDtly and mercifully but di
rectly. She must have a chance to
know where she stands and to ad
just her life accordingly. And he
has no right to woo the second girl
until he has done the fatr thing by
to be numerous prenuptial parties,
outdoor clubs will again open their
them to dance and dine (but not to
are more than w;ie. for they have
every Tuesday and Saturday eve
women will be on Thursday, and the
also De. at r ieia ciuo. ji xne wcr,
night except Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Wolcott have
taken an apartment at the Colonial.
Louis Gruenther, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Gruenther, is slightly ill
at his home.
, A son was born Monday to Mr.
and Mrs.. -'I. A. Wenland at Clark
Mrs. Myron Learned and Mrs.
William Shannon will return Friday
from Chicago. -
x Miss Julia Cullen of Detroit, Mich.,
is visiting her brother, C. T. Cullen,
and Mrs. Cullen.
Miss. Dorothy. Graham, daughter
of Mr. and. Mrs. Will T. Graham, is
ill at her home. ' v
Dr. and Mrs. Grant Williams leave
Saturday for a two weeks' stay at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garvey and
Mrs. M. M. Murray left Wednesday
for Excelsior Springs.
Mrs. W. S. Stryker and her moth
er, Mrs. Celia Rocjifordt, are now at
Excelsior Springs, Mo. .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trimble ate
moving into their new home at Fifty
fifth and Dodge streets.
Mrs. T. J. Donahue and daughter,
Catherine, leave Saturday to spend
a short time at Excelsior Springs.
Miss Mildred Walker, a student at
the State university, is spending the
week-end with her parents, Mr. ani
Mrs. Frank T. Walker, sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Will T. Graham and
son, Y;lliam, jr., ldlve next week
for Freeport, 111., where they will
vWt Mr. Graham's mother.
Mrs. Sidney Beach of Chicago and
Mrs. J. B. Klausner of Los Angeles,
wjia-havje been visiting their sister,,
Mrs. Lester Drishaus, left Thursday
for St. Joseph, Mo., Mrs. Klausner
will return to Omaha next week..
A son, John, jr., was bom Sunday;
April 24, to Mr. and Mrs. John Mar
ket of Lincoln. Mrs. Market was
formerly Miss Carita O'Brien,
daughter of - Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
O'Brien of this city. Mrs. O'Brien
is now in Lincoln. ; " ' ' ' '
' Rev. J, C. Buckley, pastor of St.
Bernard's church in Benson, returned
Thursday morning from California,
where he spent the past year. Rev.
Joseph Aughney, who has been act
ing pastor-in the 'absence of Father
Bucklev, ,is at the Cathedral parish
house for' the present.
Miss Vcrnclle Head will lead the
"Flirtation Song," an attractive fea
ture number of the Omaha Junior
League Revue, to be held at the
Gayety theater the afternoon and
evening of May 7. The chorus of
pretty girls who will assist her in
clude: Misses Eleanor Burkley;
Mary Fuller, Helen Smith, Erna
Reed, Blanche Deuel, Virginia Pixley,
Winifred Smith,' Emily Keller. Ruth
Carter, Josephine Congdon and Mes
dames Albert Sibbernsen, Kenneth
Paterson, C. Louis Meyer, John Cald
weH. '-- ' ; - , , . ;
Tickets for. the Revue will be
placed on sale Monday at Beaton's
drug store, continuing until Thurs
day, On Friday and Saturday they
will be on sale at the Gayety.
The regular meeting of Canteen
Company B will be postponed until
May 9. , It will be held at the home
of Mrs. Martin Harris.
If the pan for the poached eggs
is thoroughly-oiled before the boil
ing water is poured into it, the eggs
will not stick. v
A Brain Can,t Work Right
OnThm, Watery Blood
It Takes Iron to Make Strong, Forceful Magnetic Men
With the rower
Many a capable intelligent man just falls
Just short of success nearly "gets there
but not quite limply becausa he lacks
sufficient iron in his blood to give him the
physical strength and power to furnish the
proper force to his brain and the "stay
there" strength to his "will." A brain
cannot do its work right think the
thoughts that win on thin, weak, watery
blood any more than a locomotive can
pull a big train of cars with weak
smoldering fire under its boiler.
When your blood 4s starving for Iron
no, mere tonics nor stimulants can put yon
right. You must have iron, for without
Iron your blood loses Its power to change
food into living tissue and nothing you eat
does the proper amount of good. You do
not get tha full strength out of it. To
get iron you must est the husks of grains
and the peels and skins of fruits and vege
tables as our forefathers did or take a lit
tle organic iron from time to time and
eat more such Iron-containing foods as
spinach and apples. But be aure tha Iron
you take is organic iron, and not metallic
or mineral iron which people usually take.
Metallic iron is iron just as it comes from
the action of strong acids on small pieces
of iron, and is therefore an entirely dif
ferent thing from organic iron.
Organic iron is like the iron in your
Club Closes .
Mrs. W. T. Johnson, retiring pres
ident of the Dundee Woman's club,
was presented with a Newcomb pot
tery vase at the annual luncheon and
closing meeting of the season Wed
nesday afternoon at .he home ot
Mrs. Ralph Russell. Mrs. Johnson
has served faithfully and efficiently
the constitutional limit of two years.
The tables were decorated with
spring flowers and covers wei
placed for 50 guests.
Annual reports were given and the
following new officers installed: Mrs.
N. K. Sype, president; Mrs. Royal
Miller, vice president; Mrs. J. P.
Overgaard, secretary; Mrs. I. H.
Arey, treasurer, and Mrs. J. O.
Yeiser. chairman of the program
The f.indle cluh will meet Sunday.
7:30 a. ni., at Thirtieth and Mormon
ttrcrta fnr an all rtav outinsr at Nash
ville Country club at Kauffman sta
tion, north ot Florence, ah ciud
members and friends who wish to
participate in the outing are request
ed to register with miss kudv nas
kett, Walnut 1726, before Saturday
An invitation is extended to all
girls in the city.
Liberty chapter No. 273, O. E. S.,
will meet for dinner Saturday, 6 p.
m., at Masonic temple. The dinner
will be followed by class initiation.
Reservations must be made before
Friday evening with Mrs. Earle
Sadler Chapter, D. A. R.
The board of directors of Maj.
Isaac Sadler chapter. Daughters of
the American Revolution, will meet
Saturday afternoon at the home of
the regent, Mrs. William Archibald
Smith, 102 South Thirty-fifth street.
The Junior club of the Jewish
Welfare association will meet Mon
day, 2:30 p. m., instead of Tuesday,
at the Lyric building.
D. O. S. Club.
DOS Kensincrton club met for
luncheon Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. r. L.. Smyth.
A dance will be given Friday eve
ning at Metropolitan hall by the
Franciscan cl . Mrs. Charles
Knowles is president of the club.
Poisoned by Thousands
(By L. W. Bower, M. D.)
Backache of any kind is often
caused by kidney disorder. Poison
ous matter and uric acid accumulate
within the body in excess, over
working the sick kidneys, hence the
congestion of blood causes backache
in the same manner as a similar
congestion in the head causes
headache. You become nervous, de
spondent, sick,' feverish, irritable,
have spots appearing before ; the
eyes, and lack ambition to do
Simply ask your druggist for
"Anuric (anti-uric acid) Tablets if
you aren't feeling up to the standard.
If you have lumbago, rheumatism,
dropsy, begin the treatment imme
diately. The physicians and specialists at
Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buf
falo, N. Y., have thoroughly tested
Anuric and you can send 10c there
for trial package. .
Freckles and Blotches
Are Easily Peeled Off
If you are bothered with any cutan
eous blemish. It's a poor plan to ue
paint, powder or anything els to cover
it up. Too often this only emphasized
the defect. Besides, it's much easier to
remove the disfigurement with ordinary
mercolized wax. Apply nightly, the
war will gradually remove freckles,
pimples, moth patches, liver spots,
lallowness, red. blotches or any surface
eruption. The affected cuticle is ab
sorbed, a little each - day, until the clear,
oft youthful and beautiful skin beneath
is brought wholly to View. Ask the drug
gist for one ounce of mercollied wax
and use this like - you us cold cream.
Remove in morning with soap and water.
Many who have tried this simple, harm
less treatment report astonishing results.
If troubled with wrinkles or furrows,
t wash lotion made by dissolving one
ounce powdered saxolite in one-half pint
witch hazel, " will make them disappear
and Energy to Win
blood and like the iron in spinach, lentils
and apples. It may be had from your drug
gist under the name of Nu.tated Iron. Nux
ated Iron represents organic iron in such
highly condensed form that one dose of
it is estimated to bo approximately equiva
lent (in organic iron content) to eating
one-half quart of spinach, one quart ol
green vegetables or half a dozen app!es.
It's like taking extract of beef instead of
eating pounds ot meat. '
To prove to yourself what Nuxated Iron
will do, get your doctor to take a speci
men of your blood and make a "blood
count" of your red blood corpuscles, then
take Nuxated Iron for a month and have a
new "blood-count" made and see how your
red blood corpuscles have increased and
how much stronger and better you . feel,
see how the color has come back to your
cheeks, how steady and strong your nerves
Over 4.000,000 people annually are us
ing Nuxated Iron. It will not injure the
teeth nor disturb the strmach. Your money
will be refunded by the manufacturers if
you do not obtain perfectly satisfactory re
sults. Beware of substitutes. Always insist
on having genuine organic iron Nuxated
Look for the letters N. L on every tab
let. Sold by all druggists.
. INNER- CIRCLE
HOLDING A HUSBAND
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
The Guesa That Lillian Made With
I have sat through many plays
where I experienced a far less dis
tinct dramatic thrill that I did when
Lillian so quietly yet effectively held
toward the young motorcycle of
ficer the tiny badge and card which
she had taken from her dress. I
knew, of course, what they were
the credentials identifying her as an
important member of the diplomatic
secret service, which she .always
carries, but which she does not use
unless she deems it absolutely neces
sary. The eyes of the young officer
rounded and widened until I
wondered if he would be aMe to
keep them in their sockets. He
flushed a brick-red, and evidently
casting about wildly for some action
to show her his recognition of her
rank, and his apology for the annoy
ance to which she had been sub
jected, he put his hand to his cap in
a military salute.
"I Thought I Told You"
I looked quickly at the three men
who were spectators- of the little
scene. On the faces of Jones, the
chauffeur, and Ted, the son of the
owner, there was mirrored intense
interest, a great deal of amusement,
but no particular surprise. I decided
that while they could not have
known the particular nature of the
discomfiture which Lillian had in
tended to administer to the man who
had aggrieved her, yet they had an
ticipated from her manner something
surprising and humiliating.
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The Bank With inyiM KKLSTIn You.
The pompous owner of the. auto
mobile looked more apoplectic than
ever as he saw the action of the
young motorcycle officer. He strode
toward us, his nostrils wrathfully
opening and closing as I have seen
the gills of a stranded fish move.
"What docs this nonsense mean?"
he snarled. "I thought I told you "
Lillian said something to the
young officfr which I could not
catch. He nooded comprehendingly,
then turned with an air of assurance
to the older man. I think he had
been secretly humiliated by the way
the other man had treated him,
though overawed by his knowledge
of the pompous man's wealth and
power, and was not sorry to retaliate
"You've made a great mistake,
sir," he said, and though his words
were respectful enough, there was a
contemptuous edge to his tone which
enraged the older man still more.
"Mistake 1" he bellowed. "I never
make mistakes "
A Little Stage Play.
"Officer!" Lillian's tone was like
the snap of a w hip. "May I suggest
that you are wasting time here? If
you will go down to this gentle
man's automobile and search it, you
will find some bottles that may in
terest the prohibition enforcement
As the full beauty of this an
nouncement dawned upon Jones and
Ted I saw a look of intense gratifi
cation flash over the chauffeur's
face, which he bent his headquickly
to hide. But the young son of the
It is true that we watch out fo.
every customer of our bank. Jt is
not enough that we act as a con
venient place to deposit moneys
we wrant to help in the building of
greater industries stronger per
sonal accounts, and are studying
YOUR problems from the first day
you bank here.
automobile owner, who was standing
behind his father, bent almost double
in laughter which he evidently had
much trouble to keep inaudible. He
was evidently enjoying to the utmost
this fruition of Lillian's suggestion
that to be put in a corner like a child
would be a mos-t salutary lesson to
I knew, of course, that Lillian
had no actual knowledge of any
thing contraband in the big car, but
I also had observed her deductive
processes so long that I could fol
low them quite accurately in the
present case. ,
The owner of the big car belonged
to the arrogant type of wealth which
believes that laws are made to be
obeyed by persons less fortunate
than they, and that they themselves
are above the necessity of paying any
attention to legal restrictions or the
most fundamental principles of good
breeding. His ruddy, almost apo
plectic face showed. his indulgence in
the best of food and liquors. That
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We will make liberal allowance for your present piano of
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payment on one of these superb players.
Three Extra Special Values in Used Pianos:
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iVe have many other bargains in used upright, grand and
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1514-16-18 Dodge St. Omaha, Neb. Phone Don. 1623.
THE HOME OF THE STXTNTYAX PU,NO
Royal Vacuum Cleaner
Drawn at the
Omaha Building Show
No. 1526 .
R. E. Hall, 4511 Bedford Ave.
Gfanden Electric Company
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m hi ii w.'Sii.sl aWktanniunn
such a man would consider it only
a joke to transport liquor from one
pkice to another in defiance of the
law was almost a foregone conclu
sion. That Lillian had no intention of
carrying her little stage play to its
conclusion I was also as sure as
1 was that she had told the motor
cycle officer not to carry out her ord
ers to their logical end. But he gave
no indication of anything but a sense
of outraged law as he turned to the
older man, whose arrogant air had
been stripped from him neatly as a
ripe tomato is skinned when dropped
into boiling water.
"Why I Why!" he stammered. "Yon
are making a terrible mistake. I I
have nothing in my car that does not
Lillian looked at him levelly.
"You are not auite so sure of that
little fact as you were of my law
breaking a few minutes ago, are
you?" she asked crisply.
Places a beautiful new
in your home, with
bench, scarf and $10
worth of music.
Worth $650 Now cn
Vose & Son
Good as now,
. Walnut case,
Previous Public Service
Attorney for Federal
Land Bank. . Member
State Legislature, 1917.
Census Enumerator, 1920.
The Only Ex-Soldier
With lha onrushliift days of sprint
there is always that e.tra sewing to .
be done. The little tots must hava
their romi'ers the Klrls their mid
dies and the boys their wash suits.
This means work unless mother Is
prepared for such emergencies, and
the best way to prepare is to hava
in the home to use earn and avery
day of the year. Tito Two-Spool El
dredite Rotary requires no winding
of bobbins you sew direct from tha
spool, savins; both time and labor.
Eight Handsome Models
to Select From.
$22.50 to $98.00
AND AS USUAL WE ALLOW YOU
TO MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS
Your old machine taken as
part payment on any new
Sea these modern machines
Try Musterole. See How
Quickly It Relieves
usually the pain is gone a delicious,
soothing comfort comes to takeits place.
Musterole is a dean, white ointment
made with oil of mustard. Use it instead
of mustard plaster. Will not blister.
Many doctors and nurses use Muster
ole and recommend it to their patients.
They will gladly tell you what relief
it gives from sore throat; bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum
bago, pains and aches of the back or
joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises,
chilblains, frosted feet; colda of the
chest. Always dependable.
35c and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00
Affords protection against In
fectious diseases. Alt prudent
persons should avail themselves
tf this dependable germicide.'
AT DitVQ STORES EVBRVWHS8S
Just One Application
and the Hairs Vanish
(Modes of Today)
A harmless, yet Very effective,
treatment is here given for the quicic
removal of hairy growths: Mix
enough powdered delatone and water
to cover the undesirable hairs, apply
paste and after 2 or 3 minutes .re
move, wash the skin and the hairs
have vanished. One application usu
ally is sufficient, but to be certain of
results buy, the delatone in an orig
inal package. Mix fresh as wanted.
Says His Prescription
Has Powerful InllueK::
Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years
with rheumatism. Many times .this ter
rible disease left him helpless and un
able, to work.
He finally decided, after years ot
ceaseless study, ttiat no cne ran b free
from rheumatism until the accumu
lated Impurities commonly called urie
acid deposits, were dissolved in the
jo-.nts and muscles and expelled (root
With this idea in mind he consulted
physicians, made experiments and
finally compounded a prescription that
quickly and completely banished every
sign and symptom of rheumatism from
k:. -- .
He freplv irnvj. ' him di.iiAv..v ...
others ho took w'lh wnt might
be called marvelous success. After
years ot urging he decided to let suf
ferers everywhere know about hie dis
covery tlirourh the newspapers. Sherman '
ft Mclonneil 6 Drug Stores baa been '
appointed agent for Allenrhu in this vi
cinity with the understanding that he
will freely return the purchase money en
the first two, bottles to all who state
they received no benefit.
Money bach without question
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SKIN DISEASE RKMBDIES
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the treatment of Itch. Ecseaaa.
Ringworm, Tetter or ether itch
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