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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1921)
Affairs for Visitors.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Conlin enter
tained at a bri(i,rc dinner of cigiit
covers at their home Thursday eve
ning in honor of their guests. Dr.
and Mrs. Harry Dlodgctt. of Hono
lulu, who are spending 10 days in
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Switzltr will
give a dinner Friday evening for Dr.
and Mrs. Hlodgctt.
Saturday Mrs, Conlin will he host
ess at a luncheon at the University
club lor Mrs. Ulodgett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harding will
Kive a )icn!c supper Sunday evening
for these gucts.
Entertain at Luncheon.
The board of directors of the Na
tiuiial League lor Woman's Service
eiilerta.nvu at a luncheon at t!.i:
Country club Thursday, in honor oi
Mrs. tlliam Archibald Smith, who
leaves in June to reside in Calttornia.
Those present were Mcsdames C.
M. V ilhcini, S. estbrook, E. M.
Morsinan, Charles Ort'utt, 'Myron
Learned, M. T, Barlow, O. M.
Smith, J. K. Davidson, George John
ston, U. S. Goodrich, V. G. Cr.-,
Walter Selby, 1'. L. Kimball, I'.. .
lolda. L. J. Hcaly, Miss Arabella
Kimball and Miss Jacoy Allen.
Luncheon for Graduates.
The Woman's Faculty club of the
University of Nebraska College of
Medicine entertained at luncheon at
Camp iSrcwster, Thursday, honoring
tlie graduating class of the Univer
sity of Nebraska School for Nurses.
Hity members of the club were pre:
tnt. The graduates are Ema An
derson, Talina Bassctt, Thclina Cro
Marian Fleming, Arta Lewis, Irene
McKown, France Myattway, Ella
Rcitan, Emma Kihn, Grace Stytr,
I lube V aterman anu ncicn nin
ienand. Entertains at Tea.
Mrs. J. J. McMullen entertained
at a tea at her home Thursday after
noon, complimentary to Mrs. C. A.
Hull and Mrs. John L. Kennedy,
who will glimmer abroad.
Assisting to receive the guests
were Mcsdames II. H. lialdrige, Vic
tor Caldwell. K. J. Scobic, A. V.
Kinsler. John T. Vates and G. W.
In the dining room were Mr.i .
l.ick Webster, Mrs. Raymond Low,
Mrs. Harold I'ritchett and Missca
Daphne and Gladys Peters.
Former Omaha Girl to Wed.
The marriage of Miss Laura an
Kuian of Syracuse, N'. Y formerly
ot Omaha, and Giovanni Dell Orso
of Rome will take place in Naples.
Italy, during the month of June.
Miss Van Kuran is well known as a
musician. She is a niece of Mrs.
John L, McCague of this city.
For Miss McCarthy.
Misses Elizabeth and Menie Davis
entertained at a luncheon of scvci
covers at the Country club Thurs
day if; honor of Miss Gertrude Mc
Carthy of Chicago, guest of Mrs.
Soanish War Veterans.
Spanish war veterans and auxiliary
will attend the 'memorial service
Sunday morning at -the First Baptist
ehi-rch. ' Harney and Park arenuc.
Alt who wish to attend the services
tie in' "" " 'To.
Farnam street at
III SI I i
For Mrs. Wh'te.
Miss Dorothy Hall entertained at
a luncheon of eight covers at her
home, Thursday, for Mrs. Yallery
White of Hollywood. Oil., guest at
the F. K. McConncll home.
Luncheon for Miss Baum.
Miss Margaret Greer Baum enter
tained at 4 luncheon of eight covers
at her home, Thursday, in honor of.
Miss Catherine Baum of Phila
delphia, who is visiting in Omaha.
For Mrs. Boyd.
Mrs. E. V. Arnold entertained at
luncheon at the Field club Wednes
day in honor of Mrs. Marguerite
Boyd of Chicago, guest of Mrs. Por
ter D. Askew.
Mrs. John F. Dale entertained
members of a bridge club at lunch
eon at the Happy Hollow club
Thursday. Covers were placed for
A Horse and a Wagon
Don't Make a Milk Man
Delivering the miik is only the last step of the modern
dealer's service to his community.
Take the Alauiito Dairy company for instance lack of
every bottle of Alantito Milk is a "big-, strong organization
which functions 24 hours a day 7 days a week for no
other purpose than to protect the homes we serve.
Beginning at the farms every step of the way to jour
home Alamito Milk is surrounded by every known safe
guard, to insure that its Purity, Cleanliness and Safety
shall be matters of accurate knowledge, not guesswork.
It pays to deal with, a firmstrong enough to understand
its responsibilities strong enough to shoulder them.
Your neighbor buys Alamito Milk. Call the office am
a white wagon will serve you.
Alamito "MUk White" Dairy
Leavenworth at 26th.
Douglas 0409. Phones Council Bluffs. Ked 2874.
Mrs. Cutter Is
Mrs. Irving S. Cutter.
Mrs. Irving S. Cutter was re
elected president oi the Woman's
Faculty club of the University of
Nebraska College of Medicine Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Amos Thomas. Mrs. B. B.
Davis was chosen first vice president:
Mrs. H. M. McClanahan. second vice
president; Mrs. W. A. Willard. sec
retary, and Mrs. A. B. Lindqucst,
The club, which was formed just
a year ago, is one of the most active
organizations in the city. It was or
ganized for philanthropic and social
purposes in connection with the Col
lege of Medicine and University hos
pital. The club, which has a mem
bership of 60, is composed of the
wives of the college faculty.
Problems That Perplex
WltU-li' Shrill She Choose?
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am a young
I lr.Uy. 22. well acquainted with two
i young men. The time has arrived
when I mmt decide between mem.
They have both been very kind to
me, and consequently 1 rind it dif
ficult to Jocide which one to accept.
One has a temper, is very decis
ive, has not enoush money to sup
port a wifo comfortably, and is a
steudv worker. At one time -he had
very bad hnbite, but sincere efforts
th:;t 1 made to reform hini have
been sueeessful. His one aim is to
see me happy, regardless of the ef
fect on him. 1 think I love him, but
hesitate on account of his financial
The other voung man has a pleas
insr personality, is well fixed finan
cially, is ambitious, has very few
bad habits, but a will and a way of
his own, at times, when he delights
in making others miserable.
Hoth these younf? men are of
different religions than I. The first,
bow-ever, it willing to accept my
My folks ob.lact to notn, lor one
reason or nnotner, ana merciore i
cannot feck advice from them.
"Would you he so kind as to tell
mo what you think of my predica
ment? I shall be guided by your
advice. , PUZZLED.
Evidently you are not in love
that is. in love deeply enough to
eull it such In the true sense. My
advioe would be for you to wait un
til there is no doubt in your heart
as to which of these men you want
Troubled MnW: t do believe peo
ple can make mistakes and be truly
sorry afterward. If they are truly
sorrv. thev do not nnke tho same
mistake twice. 1 believe, too, we
should forgive others for their
errors if wc think they are repent
ant. Uocs that answer your ques
Mrs. Charles Beaton entertained
informally at luncheon at the Coun
try club Thursday in honor of Mrs
Harold Estey of Boston, guest of
Mrs. D. C. Bradford.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Roeder have
returned from a trip to Rochester,
Mrs. Henry G. Meyer is confined
to her home with an attack of
Mrs. P.. H. Kunkcl of Osceola.
Neb., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
h. E. King.
Mis Evelyn Pieroimet has re
turned home from Minneapolis,
where she has been attending school.
Mrs. Charles Beaton and children
leave June 25 to spend the summer
near Hayward, Wis., on their farm.
Dr. W. II. Quigley has rcturnej
from the University of Pennsylvania,
where he has been , taking a post
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Young
j have returned from Excelsior
j Springs, where they have been
spending two weeks.
Miss Inna Fellwock of Beatrice,
a student at the University of Ne
braska, will spend the week-end at
the F. T. Walker home.
Mrs. W. F. Bishop of Denver, who
is visiting at the Jtmvarci iMcgeam
home, will be joined the Jirst ot next
week by her husband and they will
then motor east.
Miss Ann Axtcll, a junior at Smith
college, will visit with school friends
in Virginia following the close of
school. She will be joined in the
east during Julv bv her mother. Mrs.
C. W. Axtcll, and her brother, Lane,
for a trip to Xova Scotia.
Mrs. Julia Stenieka leaves Satur
day for New York City. She will
sail June 4 for a trip abroad includ
ing Paris, Prague and Strakonice.
En route cast she will visit her son
at Champagne. 111., and her daugh
ter at Westchester. Pa.
Mrs. J. E. Bauni and Miss
Catherine Baum of Philadelphia,
who are en route id their home from
a trip to the Hawaian Islands and
California, arc stopping at ih"
Blackstonc. They will . remain m
Omaha for another week.
Prettiest Mile Women
UUUtU fc vpcn
The Ladies Golf association of.
tlie PriMticst Mile
C1UI) Will open nr.-
. , ,, .i. .
season Friday, 9 a. m. Luncheon
will be served at the dub house at
o :i to i.nncneon
1 r. in. The association
menihersliiil of 28.
The field committee includes Mrs. ,
T. W. Skoglund, chairman: Mrs. C.
L. Thiessen. secretary-treasurer,
and Mcsdames William Flinn, Al
bert Schantz, E. L. Platuer and
V.olf will be played 'I uesday or
each week at 9 a. m. lintil Oc
tober 1. , , , . '
Golf matches will be held trom
time to time.
Mrs. lames Iv. Morton was elected
president of the Dundee Chautauqua ;
circle Wednesday atternoon at mc
home of Mrs. Fred Elliott, jr. Mrs.
L. J. Greer was chosen vice presi
dent: Mrs. D. M. Davis, secretary-
treasurer, and Mrs. Helen K. Mar-:
ton will continue as leader. )
The next meeting
will be held l
Simmons College Club.
' Mrs. Dana Blayncy was appointed
temporary chairman of the Omaha j
Simmons College club at a meeting
. . i ... II 14 !
ot alumnae memoers sinw
Inw rhih Wedncsdav afternoon. rnysiciano r
Ri.r r a mcetin(r BcribeBon-OptoasaBafe home remedy
sonic time in June tor the purpose oi
electing ofl'icers and outlining plans
for next year's work.
THAT'S the kind of view you get from the
summit of Mount Washburn, up beyond
the timber line, 10,000 feet above the sea.
It's like being in an airpiane; no obstruction to
the farthest horizon. The Grand Canyon of the
Yellowstone in its brilliant colors lies far below;
the river is a mere silver thread. Far and near
gigantic mountain peaks rise on every side.
No one has really seen Yellowstone Park until viewed
from this magnificent height. Automobile to the very top.
And elsewhere in the park are the geysers, the boiling
springs, "paint pots," terraces and the cones world
famous wonders wrought by volcanoes and erosion.
Low Summer Tourist
May is "Deciding Month" for
ttone National Park ii entitled
Let at plan a trip tot you.
Get our illustrated free booklet "Yellowstone National Park"
nd go. Through Sleeping Cars Omaha to Yellowstone.
For Information asV
Union Dtpot. Consolidated Ticket Oflico
A. K. Curts. City Pats. Aat.. U. P. System
1418 Dodft Street, Omaha
THE BEE; ()MAHA,KUUAI,MAJ -.Jr.L.
What Mrs. Ticer Did for Lillian and
I ' think even Lillian, determined
as she was to see a possible home
for me in the property next to the
Ticer farm, was dismayed at her
first glimpse at the interior of the
house, out of which the two fam
ilies of ignorant aliens had just
She was first at the door, which,
in the easy-going fashion of the
country, had been left unlocked, and
after one swift survey, and a signifi
cant sniff, she wheeled and called
sharply to Marion, still lingering in
her "fairy ring" of daffodils.
"Yes. mother." the child replied,
running obediently toward her.
Lillian out her arm around her.
j'W'e are going into the house,
dear." she said, "but on no account
I must vou follovv us in. Some other
day you shall sec it." she said cn
I couraeinglv, as the flower-like face
showed the child's disappointment,
"hut just now so many people have
lived in it who did not know how
to live decently, that it is very dirty,
and mother does not wish you to go
into it until it has been cleaned."
"All right, mother." Marion went
back to her beloved daffodils, deject
edly at first, then, as she neared them
with a dancing step which showed
she already had forgotten her disap
pointment. Her mother's eyes followed her
with tender thoughtfulness.
"If we could only forget our griefs
as easilv as children do," she said
half to herself, and I knew that again
there had come to her the haunting
shadow of her own tragedv.
She put her foot upon the thresh
old again, but Mrs. Ticer barred the
"Look here." she said authorita
tively. "I'm strong as an ox, and
I'm used to all sorts of things which
vou ladies aren't. I don't think there's
been anything catching in the house
unless it's dirt there's certainly
enough of that. But it ought to be
nircd a hit before vou folks go in.
i Just help me gather up some sticks
J0 pU "under the windows. Then I'll
lu 1 ... . . .u;l -alV-
oocn evcrv iioiiK wiuv n""
,,-!,; r tnM vou about. Its
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u ii(t tiua , . nnu .....
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down the breeze
, blown inings son ui u,
.Nonsense; 1 proicsicu, uui nm
heartedly. for though I had no fear
myself of any possible infection in
the house. I knew that Lillian's de
pleted vitality rendered her peculiar
ly susceptible to any contagion.
That she would not remain outside
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407 S. 15th St., Omaha, Neb.
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in tho treatment of eye troubles and to
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refund guarantee oy ait uruggwis.
Fares Begin June 1st
ummer vacations. Yellow
to your eriou consideration.
New Phase of
of a Wife
while I entered the hvTse I well
knew, and for her sakew was wiltin
to play the detested role of the city
woman aivatd to tacc the realities
of any scheme of living less circum
scribed than her own.
"It would be nonsense if you
tried to help me," Mrs. Ticer said,
good naturcdly but firmly. "I
know every window and door in the
house, while you arc strangers. It
won't take five minutes to open
things up, and if you walk slowly
I'll join you before you've reached
the top-of-the hill. You just go
along to the barn and turn up a
grassy road there and keep on going
till you get to the woodland. I'll
bring Marion with me."
To my surprise Lillian made no
protest, but turned and walked with
me in the direction Mrs. Ticer had
indicated. But when we were out
of the woman's sight and hearing
Lillian paused and put her hand on
"Perhaps I don't know why you
accepted Mrs. Ticcr's arrangement
so quietly," she said, her eyes shin
ing with appreciative tenderness. "It
was most thoughtful of you. my
dear, to save my face, Chinese
fashion, in that way. I realize, of
course, that I must take no chances,
for Marion's sake, but, oh! Madge,
you can't know what it means to
me to have to coddle myself like a
feeble old woman, If this sort of
thing keeps on much longer I'd
rather be dead!"
"Don't be absurd," I said crossly,
voicing a confidence I w-as far from
feeling. "You'll be peppy at 90,
flourishing your cane around the
head of anybody who doesn't please
vou. Oh! What's this?"
"This" was an immense red-roofed
structure, bigger than the house, by
whose doors we were passing. I
knew perfectly well that if must be
the bam Mrs. Ticer had mentioned,
but 1 had seized the opportunity to
change the subject from the doleful
one of Lillian s physical condition.
"Yes, I agree with you that the
subject would better be changed."
Lillian smiled mischievously, and I
knew that her dolorous mood was
exercised. "But just look at this,
Madge. . What a . wonderful old
thing this is!"
We were busily exploring the dim
structure, big and soundly built
enough for a church, when Mrs.
Ticer joined us, Marion holding
tightly to her hand.
"We thought me and Ticer," she
began breathlessly, "that if you took
the place this could be cleaned out
for your furniture to set while you
vis painting and papering the
for the day's outing
rooms, for, of course, everything
' would have to be gone over before
' you went into the house. But this
I is dry. and it wouldn't take, long to
: clean it. lor this part is where they
1 kept their hay. The animals were
in the stalls on me oinrr sine.
"I can feel myself falling every
second," 1 said, with a whimsical
' I look at Lillian. "If this promised
I view is up to specifications, and the
house has any possibilities under the
dirt, I can sec myself as a landed
Do You Know the
(Cover up the atmwers. rrml the Ques
tions nnd " if you enn answer them.
Then look ut ths answers to sea ( you
Follow These Questions and Ans
wers As Arranged by
T. WILLSON ROY.
1. On what occasion did Jesus tell
Needs No Coaxing
or lunch brings
(The Better Corn Flakes)
Only the selected part of choice
white corn is used,rolled into deli
cious flakes of substantial texture,
toasted crisp and golden brown.
Get them in the triple-sealed
yellow and red package
Delicious Ieady to eat
Sold by Grocers Everywhere
Made by Postum Cereal Ca,Inc.,BattIe Creek, Mich.
Out for the day, fishing, motoring, or on a hike
through the hills answering the call of the open
country. Truly this is the way to spend these
days of real sport In making your preparations
for these outings be sure that you have plenty of
HARD ROLL Bread sandwiches made with your fa
vorites in meat or ptlier ''fillins" will hit the spot when
lunch time arrives! Take plenty of them for you know
what an appetite the fresh country air creates.
Petersen & Pegau Baking Company
ALSO MAKERS OF TIP-TOP BREAD.
D O CZZZD O C
His disciples to preach first to the
2. Wh.it native of Lyslra became
a co-worker with t aui."
j To what
race did his parents
4. What motive
had the people
f I vctrn in nitoosinir Pauls work?
5. Why did David cause Solomon
to be crowned at his successor?
0. What name did Daniel give to
1. Sec Matthew x, b; Luke xxiv, 47.
2. Timothcnus. Sec Acts xvi, 1.
3. His mother was a Jewess and
his father was a Greek.
4.. See Acts xiii, 45.
5. David's son, Adonijah, aspired
to the throne, openly revolted and
claimed the crown while his father
was still alive. - .
6. Belteshazzar. See Daniel i, 7.
(Copyright. 1!51. Wiclir Syndicate. Inc.)
tcaspoonful of turpentine in t
of water will brighten rugs
j Squeeze cloth dry and rub rug
The crisp crust and snow
white centers of this appetite
appeasing bread will causa
yo'u to place upon it your
whole hearted indorsement a
'he bread for your every meal.
Union Outfitting Co.
Secures Living Room
Suites from Bankrupt
Entire Purchase on Sale
Saturday at About 40c .
on the Dollar.
The most extraordinary sale of
high-grade Livinpr Roojn Furni
ture held in, Omaha in years oc
curs next Saturday, when a big
Special Purchase by tho Union
Outfitting Co. goes on sale at
Tho suites arc made up from
the stock bought of the Credit
ors' Committee of tho M. L. Nel
son Furniture Co. (Chicago)
stock and are nioutly of mahog
any and cHiie upholstered in ve
lours or tapestry. , As always
easy terms. "
HOW TO REMOVE
There's no better way of qnlckly
removing unsightly skin blemishes
and keeping the face, hands, neck 00
arms clear, soft and youthful ths
by the use of Black and White Beat,
ty Bleach and Black and White Soap
removes the embarasslng skin bteaM
ishes lightens and softens tha sktaf
It is a delightful, flesh tinted creamy
exquisitely perfumed which, can h
applied before retiring or curing in
Black and White Soap is an ideal
cleanser. Will aid In removing blem
ishes and keep tha complexion ia
AH drug and department stores Sell
Black and White Beauty Bleach ,
Black and White Soap, Cold, Vanish
ing, Cleansing and Dental Cream, aa
also Face and Talcum rowdera popu
larly priced at 50 and 25e the pack
age. Clip and mail this aarertise-
ment to Black and White, Box
Memphis, Tenn, for free literature
ef Beauty Bleach and sample e
Face and Talcum rowaers.
LU SLEEP Ml
On Face and Hack Dis
figured. Ccticara HealcA.
"My trouble began with a nab
and later developed Into sore erup
tions. My (ace ana Bends
were affected badly and the
itching and burning were
so bad I had to keep my
bands out of water. It
caused disfigurement and I
lost many nights ef aleep.
"I sent for a free sample
of Curiam Soap and Ointment. I
bought more and when I bad used
one cake of Soap and almeat a boa
of Ointment I was beated." (Signed)
Miss Madeline Redgere, 907 Viking
St.. East Toledo, Ohio.
Use Cuticura for all toilet purpeaet.
SfjfcTlrt riWa. AMntm: WSsHtl.
tnfttm, Pt . Itllf . Sm " Sl 1
wWrr.. Sopc. OkiUBmtSniiiat. MaSl.
BBar-Cube Smi witimst flMf.
Affords protection against in
fectious diseases. All prudent
persons should avail themselves
of this dependable germicide.
AT DfiUa STORES EVERYWMERB
How You Can Make
Hairs Quickly Disappear
(Help's to Beauty)
Even a stubborn growth of naf
will quickly vanish from the face,
neck or arms after a single treatment
with delatone. To remove hair from
arms, neck or face make a stiff pasts:
with a little powdered delatone and
water, apply to hairy, surface and
after about two minutes rub off, wash
the. skin and it will he left free from
hair or blemish. To avoid disap
pointment, be quite certain you get
real delatone and mix fresh.
Montr bck without question
if HUNT'S GUARANTEED
SKIN DtSEASR REMEDIES
(Hunt Salve and Somp),til In
the treatment of Itch, Benna,
or akin d !. Try this
trottment at out rik.
Sherman A McConntll S
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