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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. JULY 19, 1921.
Vll I I uat
Mils Paavia UrtAm " '
l Fills City wedding of interest
Omaha wai that nf Miss Sarah
Grace Reavis to Findley P. Graham
I Hiawatha, Kan. The ceremony
Srf srNlemnizeH SnnHav mornins.
July 17. at the home of the bride's
i parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Reavis,
in the presence of 40 relatives.
A IIC UIIUC IB UdU(IIVC V VII v..
the oldest families in Fans city, ane
P is a graduate . of the Falls City
Hifjh school and attended the Uni
versity of Nebraska in 1912 and
! 1913, and the Illinois Woman's col
lege in Jacksonville. 111., in 1914 and
1915. She is a member of the Ne
braska chapter of Chi Omega sor-
Inty. Miss Reavis is a niece ox
r(M rrr finin l?sa VI
f Mr. Graham attended the-Kansas
university in mi ana iyu, ana is a
member of Phi Kappa Psi. He spent
Hhn vran in Alaska and was in
swny camps at Fort Stevens and
lCanp Lewis, Washington. Mr. and
Mi's. Graham will taice an automo
M trip through the Ozark moun
Jns for two weeks and will then
.ttiirn to Hiawatha, where they will
Miss Helen Wahl has returned
from a visit in Lincoln.
Miss Ida Kaley has returned from
a motor trip to Lake Okoboji.
Miss Alice Anderson left Sunday
for Denver, where she will visit her
Mrs. T. H. Dumont will leave July
30 for Boston and Biddleford Pool,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Bereer have re
turned from a two weeks' visit 'in
Mrs. Samuel Katz is a guest in
Lincoln at the home of her sister,
Mrs. L. J. Herzog.
A daughter, Mary, was born to
. Afrc fWil Rao-nlft at St. To
ll hospital Saturday.
owarrt tL. unman leu oaiuruay
for New York and other eastern
cities, to be gone two weeks.
Olin Lambert of Roanoke, Va.,
formerly of Omaha, js expected here
next Sunday for a week's visit
A son, Benjamin Marthein, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. John Stowell
Saturday at St. Joseph hospital.
Mr and Mrs. George Parr of Coon
Rapids, la., announce the birth of a
daughter Monday at St. Joseph hos
pital. Mrs. Fred Gross, who has been
spending the summer at Narragan
sctt Beach, is expected home next
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Culver of Chi
JK20, formerly of Omaha, are stop
pS at the Blackstone for three
weeks. . v
Mrs. Edward Maurer and daugh
ter. Ann. are occupying their cottage
at Manitou, Colo., for-the remainder
of the summer. . :
Norman Curtice is spending some
T 1 a. . lid aaa hi na
Ross P. Curtice, of Lincoln, who are
summering in Denver.
Miss "Elizabeth Wiswell of Chi
cago will be the house guest of Miss
Gladys Mickcl next week on her re
turn from a western trip. ,
Afica "Ruth Stver nf Lincoln, who
spent the week-end in Omaha, has
gone to Chicago to study voice dur
ing the remainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mickel,
daughter, Miss Gladlys, and son,
George, jr., returned Saturday from
a week's visit in Colorado Springs.
Mr and Mrs. T. X. Guinn an-
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Kcteuu, . : ..!
Miss Hazel Larson, who has been
residing in Los Angeles, Cal., for
the past two years, will return to
Omaha. Tuesday, , accompanied by
Miss Hazel Lee Johnson. Miss
Johnson will spend several weeks
-aw ay v-r
Special Priced for
this week's selling
Stops Throbbing, Burning
Swollen Sort Foot
A raw application, and no mora eehini
awnlleti. IMlflep iwm). tat. lUlimM anmnMa at
I mms and bunion, by satarstint a piece of
suite ltn solution and II o affected spots
IV i nliht: wsk an w lha morning. No man
asocr nun com, ana Minions.
a eaekeae at Dn.nt m
and aux It up aa per oiracUon on Bacisrfit,.
1 selatton freely elm to ts. Net. allowlsi
ft la dry. Tbsa, ao mora fast alser. ao men
drawa-BP fajaa tea to nra earns, ixmtor, at
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Tr a- rn
Problems That Perplex
Not Rcnl Love.
- Dear Miss Fairfax: I am 21 and
have been going about with a young
man for a year. I waa to b mar
ried early this sprlnc, but fell ill,
and now the doctor aaya I must go
i a oinerefit climate. I nav an
opportunity to go to California or
across the ocean. I prefer to go
arrons the ocean, aa I have, relatives
there. Is my friend doin right by
objectlnr. saying he couldn't see
me iro away for such a length of
time? I would like to be In perfect
health before I get married.
It is a selfish and short-sighted
love which tries to deny you your
chance to win back perfect health.
I'osslbly the young man doesn't un
derstand the need of your seeking
a change of climate. How would It
be to let him have an interview with
the doctor, so that he may under
stand the facts. Then, if he per
sists in his selfish attitude of want
ing you more than he wants you to
have your full chance to be a strong,
happy woman, do you think his Is
the sort of love to cherish and pro
tct? About Bridesmaids.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am to be
married soon. Several of my friends
whom I am Interested in and wish
to be my bridesmaids are already
married. (I have already chosen a
matron of honor.) Is It permissible
or proper to have them as such? I
have heard comments pro and con.
Won't you please advise me?
"Permissible" and "proper" seem
weak words to me when ap
plied to things that are so largely
individual as a wedding ought to
be. Don't you want your wedding
attendants to be dear to you? Don't
with her brother, Dr. E. D. Johnson,
before joining her parents in Los
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hasburg and
children, Bonnie and Jack, of Kan
sas City, are the guests of Mr.
Hasburgh's mother, Mrs. J. W. Has-
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stephenson
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mary Alwilda, Monday at St. Joseph
hospital. Mrs. Stephenson was for
merly Miss Alma Sein. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes and
children of Des Moines, la., who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Peterson, motored home Sun
day, accompanied by Mrs.-Petersen
and daughter, Ellen.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Killtan and
daughter, Margaret, left last week
for . a motor trip to Lake Okoboji.
Miss Mary Killian, who is visiting
school friends in western Nebraska,
will motor to Lake Okoboji to join
The Misses Helen Sturgeon and
Madeline McKenna left Sunday for
Colorado Springs and Manitou. En
route home they will attend the
Frontier day celebration a t
Cheyenne, returning to Omaha the
latter part of August- ? 1
Mrs. N. M. Graham left Sunday
for Clear Lake, la. She met her
husband at Mason Gty, Ia where
he has been supervisor of a training
school conducted by the federal
board. Mr. and Mrs. Graham will
spend a month at the lake resort
Mrs. Brandon Howell and son,.
Brandon, jr., arrived Wednesday
from Governor's Island, New York,,
wherjs they have been vfsitinj Mrs.
Howell's parents, Colonel and Mrs.
William Doane, and for the present
are with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E.
Howell. In August Mrs. Howell,
and son, with Mrs. Howell and
daughter, Miss Lois Howell, leave
One solid carload of Qooeh's Best Flour, apeela!, par 48-Ib. sack
s Lay in a few sacks now and be assured of getting old wheat; the
BEACHNUT PEANUT BUTTER
LaTge 35c jars of the well known brand of Beech
nut Peanut Butter, special, per Jar 290
Or three jars for 85
Recognized as the leading Peanut Butter on the
BUY-RITE PILLARS ' ;
Mshna Valley Buy-Rite Brand Butter, lb 43
Red Star Buy-Rite Brand Flour, 48 lbs $2.45
Buy-Rite Brand Coffee; fresh shipment every week,
3 pounds for 95t)
600 casei of Extra Fancy Macaroni, 8 pkga for. 23
LIPTON'8 TEA ". UPTON'S TEA
5,000 cases of Llpton's Yellow Label Tea. Spen-
. did for Iced Tea. -lb. packages 39
One-pound packages 75
OLIVES! OLIVE8II OLIVES! I!
S00 cases of full quart, 32-os. jars of Extra Fancy
Jumbo Queen Olives, Yellowstone Brand, special,
Per jaT ,. .53
OH, BOY PEANUTSl "
50,000 pounds of Fresh Jumbo Roasted Peanuts,
special, per quart 15
t Buy-Rite Storea have bought 4,000'
age weight, 6 to 8 pounds to a
Now then, all set for that Big Buy-Rite Picnie at Manawa this Thursday, July 21st This is going
to be an old-style basket picnic. Bring your basket prepared for two meala, noon and evening, and at
aoon we will furnish the pop free, and at supper we will furnish your ice cream free.
Dan Desdune's band will lead the parade that starts at 32nd and Farnam at 10:30. Little Earnie
Buffett will umpire the baseball game. A big list of prizes and stunts that everyone may partake in.
The band will play all afternoon, and especially while you eat We will expect to see you there; don't
OSOAE E. NELSON,
24th and L Sta., 80. Side
25th and Coming
" THOBIN A SNYGQ
Fortieth and Hamilton
, The Grocer of Dundee
21st and 8
you want to share this occasion with
the friends to whom it will mean
most? If you insist on being a slave
to form, then the very name brides
maid as opposed to matron of honor
suggest that they should be single
girls. But most women of any In
telligence and independence know
how to bend an immaterial custom
to the common sense view of the
occasion. Don't think I'm being
harsh with you. I'm answering
dozens of girls who have written
to me making a mountain out of
this very molehill. .
Afraid of the Truth.
Dear Miss Fairfax: About a year
ago I met a young man whom I
liked very much and who seemed
to care for me a great deal. After
seeing each other for a short time
he suddenly left without explana
tion, and my efforts to get in touch
with him were in vain. Recently,
through an Invitation from a mu
tual friend, we met and he waa very
attentive to me the entire evening,
taking me home, and although I
had decided that on my first oppor
tunity of seeing him I would con
vince myself what his reasons were
for leaving me so suddenly. I some
how could not venture on such an
unpleasant subject Ha has not
asked to call on me agath and I am
heartbroken, all my old liking for
him having been aroused. What
shall I do? MARION.
Either you must put the man out
of your life and your mind, or you
must find courage enough to ask
him to tell you frankly why he
seems so friendly one minute and
so much inclined the next to slight
that friendship. How can I tell
whether he's shy, not interested, or
in a position that precludes his let
ting himself drift into a real friend
ship with you? You can imagine
anything you like but, if you want
the truth, you must be honest
enough to go after it.
Bobbie: If you will send me a
self-addressed, stamped envelope,
repeating your Question, I will give
you an answer.
FOR TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
PEACHES! PEACHES! I PEACHES!!!
We have made a special purchase of 300 casea of
No. 3 cans of Yellow Free Peaches, In heavy
syrup. We close out 3 cans for .$1 00
6 wis for $l!85
This is an exceptionally fancy fruit Place your
DRINKS FOR YOUR PICNIC
BUDWEISER THE ONLY near beer.
Per case of 24 bottles $2.90
An extra charge of $1.50 is made for case and bot
tles, which we credit on return of same.
QINQERALE and ROOT BEER, the kind with a
tang to it Fontenelle Brand.
Per case of 24 bottles $2.25
An extra chaTge of 75c is made for bottles and
case, which we credit on return of same.
healthy summer drinks the klddoes like.
Per case of 24 bottles , $1.45
An extra charge of 40c Is made for bottles and
case, which we credit on return of same.
pounds (2 tons), of Dold's Extra
strip, we otier by tne nail or wnoie
GEO. O ROSS,
. 24th and Ames
J. D. CREW A SON,
Thirty-third and Arbor
2908 Sherman Ave.
WLLKE ft MITCHELL,
Fortieth and Farnam .
Sts.. Sontb Side 85th Ave. and Leavenworth1'
Holding a Husband
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
The Way Mother Graham Balked
Her Own Plan.
Mother Graham, like many per
sons past middle-age, wakens early
in the morning and finds it impos
sible to go to sleep again. It is
her almost invariable custom to
knock upon my door when she arises,
regardless of my own program for
the day, so I was not surprised to
meet her in the upper hall of the
Ticer farmhouse, when dressed and
ready for my trip to meet Robert
Savarin I came out of my room.
Her eyebrows went up in aston
"What wakened you?" she de
manded cynically. I long ago learned
that she resents any one waking be
fore she does. Then her ever-present
worry over her idolized grand
son seized her.
"Richard III Is he all right?"
Her voice quavered and her eyes be
trayed her anxiety.
"Absolutely. He hasn't moved all
night," I assured her hastily. But I
was just coming for you. Will you
please stay with him till he wakens,
and then take care of him? I will
come up while you have your break
fast, or would you prefer to go down
Now it is my mother-in-law's dear
est pleasure, her most.absorbing oc
cupation, to take care of JunioF, but
she does not like to have any one
prescribe her duties. Especially does
she resent any apparent slacker ma
terialism on my part, and in my
haste I had forgotten to give her
any explanation of my request, an
unpardonable omission from her
"And what are you going to do,"
she demanded tartly "take that car
I explained diplomatically, apolo
gizing for not telling her the night
tA RED SEAL Double Strand
Hair Net worn under the bath
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Most women favor the Double Strand'
Red Seal Hair Net for beach wear.
Single Strand, too 15 cents each, or
$1J0 a dozen; Double Strand, 20 cents
each, or $2 a dozen. Grey and white!
25 cents each.
Guaranteed perfect whet you buy
FLOUR! 1 1
new wheat will soon be on 'the
and GREEN RIVER, the 3
Fancy Narrow Lean Bacon, aver- 2
atrip, per pound 434
LTNAM & BRENNAN,
Sixteenth and Dorcas
E. KARSCH CO.,
Vinton and Elm Sts.
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13th and Garfield
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"I was so excited over Junior that
it slipped my mind."
"It didn't slip your mind so com
pletely but that you told Richard,
did it?" she queried acidly.
"I had to,'7 I defended myself. "I
had to tell him to get over here at
7 to help you with Junior."
She stiffened perceptibly, and I saw
that I had struck the wrong note.
"When I need any help with Rich
ard II I'll let you know," she
said haughtily. "There was no need
of getting that poor boy out of his
bed simply because you have to get
Robert Savarin from the station to
the hospital. What's the matter with
the taxi service in Southampton?
Has it broken down, that you are
compelled to turn your car into a
I found myself equally divided be
tween the desire to laugh and the
impulse to frown, wondered how
best to answer her, and was rescued
from my dilemma by the appear
ance of Dicky, fresh shaven and
'"Lo, Madge I Good morning,
mother 1" he sang out cheerily.
"H-shl" Mother Graham and I sib
"He had a splendid night, and he's
still asleep," I explained.
"I'll consider myself kicked down
stairs," he said with gay contriteness,
and I saw that he was in one of his
effervescing moods. "Gee! It's one
tangerine of a morning. You II have
a dandy drive, Madge. Is breakfast
"Of course, it is none of my af
fair," Mother Graham's voice frost
ily consigned herself to the nether
most depths of martyrdom. "But it
strikes me that .it would be slightly
more fitting and proper if Richard
should meet Robert Savarinprovid-
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Today It's a Science
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time occasion with PREMIUM SODA
CRACKERS in the pantry. They
make dfiicious sandwiches; go
well with any beverage, and add
to every meaL
Sold from glass front cans and
from the large size QU by the
pound; in the new Family Qubox;
and in In-er-seal Trade Mark pack
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to tKe, cnildf esv-ftwy''
rd he has to be met, which I doubt,
for why he can't find the hospital
by himself I can't for the world sec
he's an able-bodied man, with all of
his five senses intact, or did have
'em the last time I hjard of him. And
then Margaret could stay at home,
where she belongs, with Richard
An imperative little voice floated
through the door. Junior, secure in
his knowledge that his grandmother
is his abject slave, calls her to him
whenever he hears her voice. I had
hard work to subdue a delighted
chuckle at my mother-in-law's face.
She unconsciously had raised her
voice while giving utterance to her
little tirade, and now faced the reali
zation that she and she alone had
wakened him from the restful sleep
we were all trying to prolong.
Skin trouble needs Imme
diate attention. Buy a
jar of Resinol Ointment to
day and use it regularly.
A few days of such pera int
ent treatment usually
stops the Itching, clears
sway the inflammation and
soreness, and helps the skin
resume its natural healthy
condition. At all drotTbta.
cook book denned
bread making as an
. a a ,
art most women a ex
perience seems to prove
that definition correct.
a batch of dough was
for anv snmmpr- ".
mm n 1 111
"Yes, grandma's lamb," she called,
and then turned to us with her hand
on the doorknob.
I don't know any reason in the
world why you both shouldn't go"
fhe said, the light of combat still in
her eyes. ''You heard Richard 11
call me just now, and I certainly
don't need either of you with him.
Go down and get your breakfasts,
and then, Margaret, do you come up
and stay with him while I get mine.
Then you can stay away all day as
much as I care."
Sits MS up folks ell "nlrtled'- .
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giTf mother the once-over.
Ton know whan we started on
this trip mother aays to me; "I'm
going to wear an old .skirt
some of those waists l'va had .
around the house and that old hat
I wear In the garden. . No use buy
In a; more eloos for a dusty auto
Well we know now. mother and I
do, what she'll wear next time. It's
suit of that khaki clothing
breeches 'an all, looks neat, don't
show duet much and that'e not all;
nearly averr lady we've met had on
a aval OX It. and really, mother felt
sort of out of it, y know, not look
ing like a HEAL tourist.
The alasaiest dressed lot I saw
were some girls and their mother
rigged out that way In some touring
clothes they got for only $10.60
Watch for tbt Rest of Touring
"A Fireside Brewer"
offering the violin solos
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She stalked into the room from
whence Junior's voice wa still call
ing, and shut the door vehemently .
behind her. Dicky grinned widely at
me. , i
"You will plan to meet charming )
gentlemen without your husband'a '
chaperonage!" he chuckled. "I tell '
von, there's nothing like a man's
"mother on the jab to protect his in-:
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