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The marriage of .Miss t'olinetta
jeth Lear and J. Ncal Clemmcr
place Wednesday eveninir at the
i, line ot me tunics uarcitts. Mr. ami
IS Charles II. Lear. Rev. Mar
cus J. Brown rad the marriace lines
in the presence of immediate relatives
of the young people.
The bride wore a gown of white
organdy and a tulle 'veil. Her shower
bouquet was of white roses and lilies
of the valley.
Miss Ruth Halter; the bridesmaid,
wore blue organdy.
Arthur Braumman acted as best
man. , ;
The wedding march was' played y
the sisters of the bride, the Misses
Eleanor and Emily Lear.
Mr. and Mrs. Clemmcr will reside
at 2812 Mornian street.
A' typical bit of Greenwich villag:
life i the sketch, "Come to Uo
hemia,"; to be given in the Jujilor
,V:igue revue Saturday afternoon and
4 filing At the Gaycty. Mrs. Will
iam Schnorr will have the leading
role and will be supported by Mrs.
Charles Burgess, Marion Hamilton,
Marion Towle, Claire Daugherty.
Helen Smith, Vcriicllc Head and
Kay Millard. '
John A. McShane has taken a boK
at the matinee performance for iiis
grandchildren, Catherine and Willard
Nurses of the University hospital
and of the Visiting Nurse association
will be "guests of the league at the
Pian Box Party.
General and Mrs. Omar Bundy of
Crook will entertain 10 Kiicsts
At a box parti', at the concert of
"'Mary Jordan, contralto, May 24, at
the Brandies, under tne auspices or
the- American Legion. There .will
be 200 patronesses. Miss Jordan is
the wife of Mai. C. C. Crcsson of
This siiigcr will appear on a pa
triotic program at the Auditorium
on, May 30, Memorial day.
For Martha Noble.
i Mrs.. Hiram Salisbury entertained
1st a tea and a shower at her home
J-Jhursday afternoon iu honor of Miss
, Martha Noble. a bride-to-be.
Japanese decorations were used in
the dining room. The 12 guests
presented the lionoree with a set of
Japanese breakfast dishes.
Miss Lucy Garvin entertained at
luncheon last Tuesday in compliment
to Miss Neble.
Elected to Honorary Society.
Miss-Alvira Loftman of Omaha, a
frethman at the University of Ne
braska, has been elected to Xi Delta,
thf; honorary sophomore society for
girls at the university. Miss Loft
mnn is a ".member of Alpha Chi
Omega She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Loftman of this city.
Miss Loftman will return to Omaha
Friday to spend the week-end.
Afternoon Coffee. .
Afrc "ITi raniRi-hn enterfiined at
an afternoon coffee- Thursday in
honor of her guest,' Mrs. Rob:rt
Buckley of Washington. D. Z.
Fifty guests attended. Those .is-
.'.i.. n fU hnctr wpro Airs. T. T.
-Nolani Mrs. J. ,M. Finney, Mrs,
,i'arvey NVwbraneh, ' Ruth NolatV
dary Gnest ana f .ranees axicu.
1 Tea or Miss Hall.
Mrs; J. E. Fitzgerald entertained
at tea at her home Thursday, after
noon, in honor of Miss Mary Hall,
gt-est of Mrs. C. D. Sturtevant. As
sisting' the hostess were Mrs. J. C
Summers, Harry B. Foster, L. E.
Doty4 C. D. Sturtevant, John T.
Yates and,W'lliam Hil1 Clarke.
Luncheon for Mr. and Mrs. Potter.
Dr.. .and- Mrs. A. A. ..Holtman en
tertained at luncheon at their home
Thursday, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Potter. Mrs. Potter was
formerly Miss Daisy Higgins. i
11 Kappa Sigma alumni of Omaha
L and Council Bluffs will entertain at
l a. dancing party Friday evening, at
' f the Hotel Fontenelle, for members
ot the active chapter of the fraternity
at the University Of Nebraska in
. Phi Rho Sigma. 1
lota chapter of Phi Rho Sigma
fraternitv at the University of Ne
braska College of Medicine will en
tertain at a house dance Saturday
evening. ' -
Rummage Sale. . . .' .v
Central . United Presbyterian
church will hold a rummage; sale
Saturday. May 7, at 1104 South
ThirtecntU street. ......
Woodman Circle will entertain at
a dancing and card party at Croitnse
hall Friday cvenirfg.
Mrs. W. C. Southwell has returned
from a trip to Chicago.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Carl J. Lord, Tuesday, at the Metho
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. J-eary
announce the birth of a son, Thurs
day, May 5, at Stewart hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilkr, who
are building a home at Forty-first
avenue and Wakely street, expect to
occupy it after July 1. -
;Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Salisbury
have given up their apartment and for
the summer months will be at the
home of Mrs:- Salisbury's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Johnson.
A daughter. Charline Anne, was
born April 24. to Dr. and Mrs.
Richard F. Mullin of Bellwood, Neb.
Mrs. Mullin was formerly Miss Mar
garet Ortman, daughter of C. W.
Ortman of this city.
Miss Lucy Ktmball of Council
Bluffs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kimball, -will attend the na
tional convention of Kappa Delta
sorority inNew York in June, go
ing on from there to Europe with
sorority sisters who will spend sev
eral months in travel abroad.
Miss Agnes Knoflickova, violinist,
spent Monday iu Omaha enrputc
from the east to visit her parents at
Plattsmouth, Neb. Miss Knoflickova,
who is a former pupil of J. E. Brill,
has recently been studying with
Se-rik at Ithaca, N. Y wiUi whom
Mi's Olga Eitner, a former Omaha
Sirl.H0wiludvuig, . .
Has Leading Role
if L4 f;:.
Miss Helen Nightengale played
the leading role of Madeline Gray,
engaged, in "Aunt Maggie's Will,"
a comedy in three acts, pre
sented by the W. I. L. L. club of the
Social Settlement Thursday evening
at 8:30 o'clock, in the auditorium of
South Side High school, under direc
tion of Miss Gertrude Thompson.
Miss Nightengale, who has a love
ly soprano voice, gave vocal num
bers between the acts. She is a
protege of Mrs. Douglas Welpton
and a member of the Junior Musical
Miss. Nightengale will appear a on
the program of the Junior Musical
club at its closing recital Saturday
aiternoon, May 14, at the home of
Mrs. E. W. Nash.
Mrs.. Lulu Morris Jerome enter
tained at a May breakfast of 50
covers at lfer home, Tuesday, for
members of the Prettiest Mile Wom
an's Golf club. Assisting the hostess
were Mesdanics P. J. Creedon,
Howard Norris. Marvin Norris,
Fred Schneider; Misses Lillian Paul,
Lorcna I.eeka and Ella Jane Mc
Donald. The out-of-town guests in
cluded Mrs. T. M. Ainbler of Shen
andoah, la.; Mrs. Charles R. Paul
of Thurman, la., and Mrs. Paul
Craighead of Columbus, Neb. A
program was given by Lena Ells
worth Dale, Marjory Horgan and
Mrs. Stanley Brown.
By HELEN DECIE
A young girl's first "coming o 'f
party generally begins in the after
noon. Cards are sent out at least
two weeks in advance of the date,
and it is the custom for relatives and
intimate friends to send flowers in
the morning so that the house is a
fragrant bower when the callers be
gin to arrive.- Bouquets are usually
left intact with the cards of the send
ers affixed. Dampened jnoss keeps'
the flowers fresh f or . 24. hour's; . The
debutante carries a bouquet present
ed by her father. She. wears , white
or one of, the .blossom colors,: and
stands with her mother to receive the
greetings 'of guests as they- enter.
The refreshments served are a -little
more elaborate than for the ordi
nary aiternoon tea, as ices and bon
bons are often included. As a rule,
when the older guests depart e
members of the younger set remain
for a buffet supper in the dining room
and for a dance afterward. For this
reason the" girls - come in dancing
gowns, i and the ' young men, who
usually" do not arrive until after '6.
wear, informal (tuxedo) or formal
(tail-coat) evening dress.
'(Copyright, .1621, by. Fubljc Ledger Co.)
Problems That Perplex
Don't Listen to Gossip.
Dear Miss Fairfax:' I have been
going about with a youne lady for
about 16 months. AVe were secretly
engaged about a year ago. I love
her dearly and I cannot live without
her. and she reciprocates my love.
We would have been married by this
time were it not for the fact that her
two sisters and - her uncle object.
She has no mother. The father "is
living and he has no objections. The
sisters and the uncle keep telling her
falsehoods about me, but they have
never been able to injure me. They
always spoke very well of me until
I started 'giving my friend a few
gifts, and siricoythen I have been un
able to understand them, as they
havo turned against me.
I have just started in business,
and am glad to say m doing well
and know that I can give her a good
home, even though at present I am
taking care of ny mother and two
other younger brothers, whom I have
been supporting for the past eight
years. .Vow I personally think that
anyone that has taken care of his
family for that length of time can
certainly take good care of his wife.
We have thought this matter over
mutually and have deckled; to con
sult you and abide by the decision.
V. F, W.
What is all the commotion about?
Tou and -your, sweetheart love ach
other. Tou are congenial and are
happy together. The girl's father
approves of the match, and you have
proven yourself capable of assuming
responsibilities. Now what? Are a
few envious, malicious or even mere
ly stupid folks to counterbalance
everything in favor of the match?
You've both worked yourself up into
a state of nervous tension where you
don't see things in their perspective.
The things that are annoying you
are as nothing to all the blessed
beautiful things you have In your
"Play Tag" Says
Charities " 1 '
"We will have to close our trtVicrs
it we don't get money," said Mrs.
George Doanc. secretary of the .As
sociated Charities, Thursday morn
ing. With unemployment a reality
there are many urgent casci staring
us in the face daily," she continued.
A few days ago the Associated
Charities went into a home where a
woman was about to become a moth
er. The husband was out of work
and there were already three little
ones to be provided for. The homo
was bare of furniture, lacking even
a bed for the sick woman. "Of
course, we secured a bed for-, her,"
said Mrs. Doane, "and gave the fam
ily temporary aid."
Widows with small children, de
serted mothers and families where
illness has stricken the bread-winner,
arc typical cases where the Asso
ciated Charities lend a helping hand
May 14 will be tag clay for the As-,
sociatcd Charities. The city will be
thoroughly covered by workers,
tome of vhoin will get up with '.he
sun. Mrs. E. A. l'egau, Mrs. F. L.
Devcrcux and Mrs. Blanche Pater
son will visit the markets at 6:30 in
the morning to gather from tits
healthy and fortunate something for
the sick and needy. Two ball games
will be "covered," and even the
night movie-goers will have their
opportunity to contribute to this
home charity. Mrs. Harvey New
branch has charge of this field.
Mrs. Luther Drake aiid Mrs. W.
A. C. Johnson are serving as treas
urers, Mrs. W. J. Hynes as collector
and distributor and Mrs. Nellie
Kitchen as publicity chairman.
Camp Fire Notes.
The Mohave group of Camp Fire
Girls of Gothenburg, Neb., Mrs.
Jessie Gentzlcr, guardian, held a
sale of May baskets Saturday after
noon, the proceeds to be used for
camp equipment. The 200 baskets,
which sold for a penny up to $1,
netted the group about $15.
The baskets were made by mem
bers of the group and their friends.
Prizes were awarded Ramona
Pierce and Kathryn Bauman for the
most artistic baskets.
Sixty members of the Girls' Candle
club and their friends held a picnic
supper in Elmwood park Wednesday
As Sunday is Mothers' day, the
weekly outing has been cancelled.
Federal Art Club Friday, t p. m., T.
W. C. A.
Phi Kappa rl Friday noon, luncheon,
Round Table Chautauqua Circle Friday.
7:15 p. m., Y. W. C. A.
Ralston Woman" Club Friday, 8:30 p.
m.. with Mrs. George Hoffman.
IxngfelIow Chautauqua Circle Friday,
7:30 p. ni., court house, tile. C'onnell,
Benefit Entertainment Friday, 8 p. m.,
Scottish Kite cathedral. Jlapla Leaf chap
ter, O. E. 8.. will repeat the Queen Esther
cantata for the benefit of the Boys horaui
Lecture on French literature Friday.
4 p in., Duchesns college and Convent of
Sacred Heart, Thirty-sixth and Burt
streets. The public Is Invited.
Among those who will have supper
at the Athletic club following the
Junior League Revue, Saturday
evening, will be Mr. and Mrs. Clarke
Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moorhead and
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Devereu.x, who
have taken a table.
An exhibit of water color and
china painting is now being held by
the Sisters of St. Dominic and their
pupils .at their studio, 2123 Binney
Mrs. C. H. Fuller entertained
Monday afternoon in honor of the
seventh birthday of her daughter,
Marjoric. Decorations were in pink
and white. Forty guests attended.
Mrs. Joseph Barker entertained
members of the Original Cooking
c'ub at luncheon at her home, Tliurs-
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THE BISE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. MAY 6. 1021.
Table Manners Aid;
If there is one time in the day we
should completely relax, it is at meal
time. It makes no difference how
palatable the food may be; what its
nutritive value may be; how appc
tizingly it is. served; if the meal is
rushed, and confusion reigns at the
table, it will do harm rather than
.Nothing is more sensitive than the
stomach. Perhaps you may tlatter
yourself you "have no nerves." They
may not have evidenced themselves,
but if you eat rapidly, do not chew
jour food, if your temper is ruffled
at meal time, "thev'lL get you event
ually." You won't know what they are at
first, those stomach nerves. You will
only realize your interior does not
feel right. Later aches and pains
will take possession and finally you
will resign yourself to the inevitable,
at least temporarily.
The physician will prescribe rigid
rules for punctuality in meal sched
ule. He will eliminate meat' and put
you on a milk diet. You will be told
to take time to even "chew your
milk,'' and it you obey after a while
you will feel volumes of gratitude.
Too many families attend their
home meals in a haphazard way.
They straggle in, one at a time, and
all too often are allowed to leave the
table in the same way.
This is a subconscious disturber
to stomach lierves. It should only
be tolerated when absolutely neces
sary. Instead it is a habit given lit
tle thought to. '
Another habit is the "jumping up
one." For the family keeping no
servant it is true someone must
sometimes jump up, but if tlie setting
of the table is given careful attention,
and two plates of bread are on the
table, as well as a pitcher of water,
it will be unnecessary to carry it to
the extremes that are often reached.
Usually "mother is the jumper."
In homes where it has been discov
ered mother can.'t do everything,
each member of the family is apt to
go after what he or she requires.
This is most disconcerting. Instead
of this method of helping, "take
turns" each week and have the serv
ing and replenishing done by one
at a time.
Then, too, do not overlook the
value of conversation. It is the
greatest antidote for indigestion
known if it is pleasantly carried on.
A little laughter, a little talk, and
plenty of time, will make many an
ordinary meal a feast.
The Mothers and Daughters
Luncheon club will meet Friday at
the home of. Mrs. Frank Malm.
They will sew for the Child Saving
$LOOO(000,-OQO a Year?
Not only the million holders of $20,000,000,000 of American railroad securities and the more
than two million railroad employees, but every citizen who has a stake in the return to normal of
industrial and commercial conditions will be concerned if, as a statistician for the railroad labor
unions charges, inefficient management is costing the roads a bill of waste of more than $1,000,000,
. 000 a year. This charge is part of railroad labor's reply to the movement for a reduction of rail
road wages, the argument being that elimination of this colossal waste would make wage re
ductions unnecessary. When the Railroad Labor Board, a few weeks ago, abrogated the Na
tional Agreements, which fixt a single standard of working conditions for all railroads; the
railroad managers regarded it as clearing the way for wage reductions which, they estimated,
would save the roads at least $1,000,000 a day. Now Mr. W. Jett Lauck, an economist employed
by the railroad unions, accuses the railroad managers of part in a "capital combine" which con-,
spires to "deflate" labor, and he undertakes to show that the deflation should apply to manage
ment rather than to wages. V -
Both sides of this crucial argument are presented in t$ leading article in THE LITERARY.
DIGEST for May 7th, with editorial. comment from the newspaper press of the United States up
on the points advanced by Mr. Lauck and the replies of prominent bankers and railroad execu
' tives. '
Other important news-articles in this week's DIGEST are:
. The "3 Per-Cent Remedy" For Reducing Immigration
The Number of Allies from Different Foreign Countries Which Will Be Admissible '
to the United States Under the Terms of the Johnson Bill
Judge Gary's Attack on Unionism
General Pershing's New G. H. Q,
Colombia's Claim Settled
Getting Home Rule Under Way
Why The English Middle Classes Do
Not Count .
Sovietized Georgia :.
Disarmament Impetus in Japan
Crime and the Movies
Doctors Wish to Prescribe Alcohol
May 7th Number on Sale To-day
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if Mark of OJ3 V2L8
HOLDING A HUSBAND
Adele Garrison's :NeW, Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
The Quarters Mrs. Ticer Offered
Madge and Lillian.
At Mrs. Tiecr's announcement that
she had the very place for us, Lillian
and I looked up quickly.
"You mean a house:" Wc both
.-poke at once, then smiled at our
"Do you want a house?" Her
frank face shadowed with disap
pointment. "1 was hoping . you'd
want to hoard with us. We've got
such a nice place lixed up. I wrote
you about it, hut I didn't mention
your coming, for, of course, I didn't
know what plans you had for the
"kYe do wish to board with you for
some time," Lillian assured her hur
riedly. "Mrs. Graham was just
speaking about it. But eventually she
must secure a house. Suppose you
let us look at your rooms."
"Just wait until I stir up the tire
and put the tea" kettle on," Mrs. Ti
cer returned hospitably. "Then we
can be talking with nothing on our
She hustled .about the stove and
kitchen table, making preparations
that caused us to ldok at each other
with appreciative anticipation.
We had stewed chfcken with bis
cuits for dinner," she said, looking
speculatively into a big yellow bowl,
"and we didn't eat more'n half of it.
You see, there's nobody home but
me and Sam and Jerry. If you
don't mind its being warmed up I
could make some fresh biscuits "
"Stop right there, Mrs. Ticer," Lil
lian entreated, putting up a warning
hand. "I shan't be able to think
about rooms or houses if you con
tinue to talk about stewed chicken
Mrs. Ticer laughed appreciatively.
"All right. I won't say a single
thing more," she said. "Come now
and look at the rooms."
I glanced at Lillian at bit ap-
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prehensivrly as we followed in Mrs.
Tiecr's ample wake. 1 was not quite
sure of Mrs. Tiecr's taste in dec
orating, and I wondered if it would
suit either Lillian or me. But as
we entered the rooms my spirits
Some one had possessed the good
sense to leave the quaint old rooms
as they had been, simply putting a
fresh coat of ivory paint upon the
dingy woodwork, which had once
been white, and tinting the rough
plastered walls a neutral gray. The
raftered ceiling of the big room,
which I had so admired the summer
before, had been swept of its cob
webs, but the rich duskiness of the
wood, product of years of smoke, had
not been disturbed by cleaning.
The floors were painted a dark
mahogany, and brilliantly-colored
rag rugs, product of Mrs. Tiecr's ef
ficient, never-tiring fingers, were laid
upon thrm. The windows were cur
tained with cheap, but spotless white
scrim, while the few pieces of furni
ture just enough for comfort
caused me to gasp with delight. I
surmised that Mrs. Ticer must have
ransacked the garrets of all her fam
ily and acquaintances. There was
nothing of unusual value to an an
tique lover, but they were all at least
SO years old, and constructed of the
walnut and cherry of which I am so
There was only one drawback.
Every room of. the four, even the
L. P. Hollander Co.
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Ladies' Gowns, Suits, Coats, Wraps,
Blouses, Separate Skirts
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tiny one at the back,, had , been
equipped as a bedroom. I saw Lil
lian look speculatively at the .bitf
room with the fireplace, and uf'
pected that she as well as 1 Was
planning its transformation into a
comfortable sitting room.
"How much a week do you wish
for us three if you give us this en
tire wing of four rooms?" 1 asked.
Mrs. Ticer named a sum which I
knew would give her a fair return
for her labor, but which seemed
absurdly small when compared to
general summer resort prices. I
looked at Lillian qucstionmgly, and
she signalled me an unqualified
"We will take them, then." I said
promptly, "and we'd only like one
change. Would it be possible to
put a couch instead of a bed in here?
Wc would like to use this room for
a sitting room, would we not?" I
looked at Lillian , for the assent I
knew was already on her lips.;
"Indeed, yes," Lillian answered,
and Mrs. Tiecr's response was
"Sure thing," she said heartily.v'T
told Ticer when he was fixin' up the
rooms that we ought to fix this up
for a parlor, but he said we might
get a crowd that would each want
a bedroom. Seems though you can't
get a notion through a man's head
once they make up their minds about
a thing. They're as set as a muley
cow. But I'll have him change' it
ri?ht away. '
"He ought to he here now unless
he's stopped to show the little girl
the well. But that's probably what
he's doing. He's as proud of that
well as if it were his first bably and
he was showing off its first tooth.
Now just make yourselves right to
home. I'll have Jerry carry in your
things just as soon as he gets here
$4.00 a Year
klj liis i.itlin-, ;t;nl tlirv'll make a
l:!ce tr vour 'oar 1a tin' kirn. Ami
iiow, if ou'll i'nciim' nu i ll no and
hurry up your MtW"'' "
. She v-alkrtl btitily erect a muI
"trom.the room, ami a nnnnent l.itrr
her full voice soumloil authoritatively-
Piioni the front door:
"You Titer, come here iiuk.
I wish that we had said when vi
And life was nothing but a day it
"Now we must kiss and go a srp
Before out hearts grow sad."
I wish that wc had parted yesterday
When we were happy maid an4
For nothing in the world is half s
As love that tries to stav!
MABEL CLKLAN1) LUDLUM.
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Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years
with rheumatism. . Many times this ter
rible disease left 'him helpless end un
able to work.
He ' finally decided, after year's of
ceaseless study, that no one can be free
from rheumatism until the accumu
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acid deposits, were dissolved in the
joints-and muscles and expelled from
the body. ,
With this idea in mind he consulted
physicians,- made ' experiments and
finally compounded a prescription that
quickly and completely banished every
sign id symptom of rheumatism from
his ' system.
He freely gave his discovery to
others who took it, with what mifrht
be called marvelous success. After
years of urging he decided to let suf
ferers everywhere know about his dis
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"With the aid of a delatone paste it
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remove every trace of hair or fuza
from face,- neck and arms. Knough
of the powdered delatone and water
is mixed into a thick paste and
spread on the ' hairy surface for
about 2 minutes, then rubbed off
and the skin washed. This com
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