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THi: 15KK: OMAHA. SUNDAY. MARCH 12. 1922.
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i- orown, an. j ,-4inan L .Olfg CM
Council H!uM, lin t Uce ht Sun
day t I lie l!lt tiinr, lUhl'i Tx"U
filiating. 1 ,e l.n.lo uorr wliit
ih lljii lvf UiinmH ;t hitt i-
, With, nl her ihowff hmiijiiM cj
p (t I hilfii imwrr a''i foiiuiiifij
; S'oirg was iiuiil-of-luMior, anj ihr
hriilrinuiili rre Mi Mrllve llw-
virh, M ri'vih FriciW, Miii
I y tVrrlicV. Morn .iiiiiiii
anM at h.i man aid Maurkc
iilintLv. Xornuii I'iowii. t liar!
I-fl'lman wrfe thf tfrnnniMtirn.
After May I Mn ami Mr. Nku will
t ai pmur in uiiiii k iimii''
Mrs. Huahei Honored.
Mr. I- M, i.orA ntfit4ifil a
lunchon I rUy in tumor of Mr.
John It. Ilurf'ie, national proiilrnt
of tba l". Ii. O. A miMiliT ui I. K.
O. mrmbrrt from l'ilfiiwtol, la,
were giirin at the affair. Thry uerr
th Mflumr Karl llrrruk, M. J.
William. C. K. Uraii. C K. tVlinat.
I". r',. llritr. J. V, M'Mir, y ami
Mi. Nell IWart. Omaha riici
were the Mrlanir T. L. tomh. M.
I). Cameron, I harlr Jiilutiiir". I . II.
Walratrt, Lulu Aiulrcw.
Chant of Literature Meeting.
The mcctiiifr of the literature ilc-
fiartuirnt of the Omaha "nnan' j
ilub Tueidav afternwm. 2 oMotk,
will le hrhl in Jacob' hall. Seven
teenth and Doilfie Mi ret. intcai of
at the V. W. C. A.. a .hrlule1. ;
FollowiiiR the ri'Kuur projfrain
MiM Marguerite IVi knian. director
of the children' theater, will treent
.her pupils in "The Three Wishes.'
and "The Tempest." This program
w.a given before the Omaha Drama
league Friday afternoon.
St. Patrick Tea.
Mrs. Thomas Casady will he ho
tet on March 17 at a St. Patricks
day tea tor tne women au.MUdijr
of All Saints rluirch. There will he
a silver offering taken for the mis
sion work of the auxiliary and all
church women and their friends are
invited. Receiving with Mr. Casady
will be Mrs. K. V. Shay lor. Mrs.
I'. E. McGinlcy. Mrs. Sanford Hd
on. Assisting throiishout the rooms
will be members of the auxiliary.
Junior Musical Concert.
Tickets for the benefit concert to
he given by the Junior Musical club
'f hursday evening, April 6. at the
First Central Congregational church
may be obtained trom members ot
the woman's society of the church.
Mrs. Fred PafTcnrath is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
affair. Proceeds from the concert
will be added to the church build
Mrs. Nicholson a Visitor.
In honor of Mrs. Meredith Nichol-
nn tvhn i the house Kiiest ot Mr.
.nrl Mrs. Charles Kountze. Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Davidson entertained at
'the Orpheum last evening, followed
by supper at the Athletic ciud. Fri
day evening Mrs. Nicholson was the
.c f Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed
at dinner at the Blackstone.
t iinrVimn and Card Party. .
Reservations for the luncheon and
card party to be given by the council
of Jewish Women Thursday at the
Blackstone hotel may be mace oy
calling the hotel. Whist, auction
and lotto will be played. Mrs. Ed
ward Trelter is chairman of the com
mittee in charge of the affair.
War Mothers to Sponsor Dance.
Roseland has been donated for a
benefit dance Monday evening,
March 20, when the proceed will
be turned over to the American War
Mothers fund of ex-soldiers. There
will be a specjaL program and Mrs.
A. H. Burr is chairman for the War
Mothers committee. , The affair is
open to the pnblic. :, ,
Liberty Chapter' Meetings.
Liberty chapter Kensington club
will meet Thursday afternoon at the
Red Cross rooms at the Masonic
temple. Mrs. Lenore Brown will be
in charge. Libeftv chapter will meet
for a 6 o'clock . dinner Friday eve
ning. February -.l, at the Masonic
temple. Reservations may be made
'with Mrs. IvaiM. Smith. -
Sacred' Heart Parish.
The women 'of the Sacred Heart
parish will give-, a -card party Fri
day, March 17Ut their hall, Tw-cnty-second
and Loc-ust. streets. . Refresh
ments will be-'served. In charge will
be Mrs. J. J.Elkins and Mrs. Wil
liam McKenna. '
Elka Club Dance.
The Elks olub will give a dance
Thursday evening, - March . 16, at
Keep's acadenky. C. W. Taylor is
chairman of trie arrangements. Dur
ing: the intermission some of Mr.
Keep's pupils ;will give a number of
Crescent '.Officers Chosen.
Af a dance:. held last week the
Crescent Formal Dancing club elect
ed the followirtig officers for the com
ing season: jonn renson, presi
dent; Frank . Heintze, vice presi
dent, and Chdrles E. Foster, secre
-Harraoriy Club Dance.
The Harmony, club will give a
dance Thursday evening -at Keep's
dancing academy. -.A feature of the
evening will be 'a surprise dance, a
fad that is proving popular in New
York. y , ;
Carter take Card Club.'
The' Carter, -Lake. clu,b -will meet
Wednesday rch .'.15 at the Flat
iron cafe for l! o'clock luncheon and
cards. Mrs. H. A. Nelson and Mrs.
George C. Tray will take the res
Omaha woman golfers will meet
lor luncheon Monday, 12:30 o'cTock,
at the Burgess-Nash tea room.
Luncheon will be followed by a put
ting contest Nonresident women
golfers are welcome. '
' Shamrock Club Party.
A St. Patrick's ball will be given
Fridav night at the Fontenelle by
the Shamrock club. Special enter
tainment wiTl be arranged, including
a song by Miss Beryl Burton in cos
tume. Ernest Reese and Arthur Ker
nan are in charge of the affair.
Golden Glow Club. .
The Golden Glow club will give
a benefit card party Tuesday, March
14, it 2 p. m. at the W. O. W.
r As o a-
ty. I W
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Mrs. Harry L. Minturn. director of
dramatics at Browncll Hall, is an
nouncing the annual production of
the school for this season as "Tw elfth
Night," to be .presented April 29.
Rehearsals arelntnv in progress. The
excellent production of "Midsummer
Night's Dream'' last year and "The
Piper" the 'year preceding ar? guar
antee of what tiiay .be expected in
the performance of next month. Mrs.
Minturn has been at Brownell Hall
for three years, prior to which period
she was jn charge of dramatics at St.
Katherine's, an Episcopal school at
Mrs. Minturn and her daughter.
Miss Ilartrice, a senior at Browncll
Hall, returned this week from a
brief visit with Mr,s. Lorcnz Minturn,
great-grandmother of Ms Hartrice,
who celebrated her ' llXjfh birthday
March 4. The late Lorenz Minturn
was an Episcopal priest, who, 80
years ago made tlje hip ,frotn Vir
ginia to Missouri by wfctr-r. He set
tled at Amazonia and built a church
there, remaining until his death. 18
years ago. His widow has lived in
the rectory since, and it was there
she celebrated her birthday a week
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
' Te no patience with h people
wh4 are afraid to take tlieni.elvf.
I it riguly," ij a wonderful woman
I recently, "i'm ur that nothing
worth while w ever iceomplinhed
I by an) une w ha did not take hit
! walk, o.ffritify lint lie put hi
bft int.j 4 rrioui endeavor to i
I coiiiplikli what hr.ad ct out to do,
I Tin i true.
! t'ii! many of ui are fought by a
I irittuiii hit of p.eudo-philotophy
j hu h ay.
"There are enough ten'out thingi
, in lii without fancying yourietf one
j A a matter of fact, there are o
tuny Krioti thiugt in life that none
; oi u ran aflord nt to recognise elf
a one of them,
The I'lni'lid mnan 1 rjimtc at
the brKi"ii'i( tl little talk hat
dniie ome of the fiuca work of our
liy in titfiiUting for law to bcnrfit
the MniKuhnir mast of humanity
which doe not know how to make
it nun light for a chance in the
! world. Her idea is the right one.
' Hie ay :
I "When we talk about the inadvii
ability of taking ourselves eriously,
I what wc mean is not to let ourselves
,be eaten up by conceit about what
jwe hae accomplished. There i o
mmh to ! that the greatest effort
iany one of u can make is nothing
i n ore than a drop in the bucket.
I There is alwavs so much more to
do that none of us has a right to
stop and admire our accompiisii
ments or to agonize over our failure.
What we must do is go on."
I've often said that no one can
accomplish anything worth while
without reverencing hii work, with
out taking it with the greatest se
riousness. And I've added that we
mustlose sight of self in the task
we sa for that self to do. I've even
sucnested a tolerant smiling at our
own failure and tne grim ortermina
tion to mount above it by refusing to
take self seriously while giving the
greatest amount of seriousness to
It is hard for us to think straight
once we lose siaht ot the strong
effort needed to reach a goal toward
which we cannot always proceed in
a straight, unbroken line. And so
I believe that the safest way to work
is to take self and word and mission
with eoual seriousness but never
with conceit 'or adulation or self-
satisfaction or selt-praise or conceit
There's something for .each of us
to do m this world, ne of us can
afford to regard ourself as unimpor
tant. None of us dare lose taith in
self and the things self can ac
Work rcauires unstinted effort,
Constant striving is possible in the
face of defeat only when our belief
in the ultimate victory is a serious
and unswervinK conviction.
"Believe in vourself and you'll go
on to justify that belief. Let s maice
that our creed. ,
The Lincoln branch of the Amer
ican Association of University
Women has been invited to attend
the general meeting and luncheon of
the Omaha College club Saturday, 1
p.- m., at the Omaha Athletic club.
Dr. Laura P. Pleiffer, associate
professor of European history at the
state university, will be the speaker.
A musical program will be given by.
Stanley B. Letoysky, pianist. '
Reservations tor the luncheon
must be made by Friday noon with
Mrs. William Hotz. All college
wbmcn are welcome. Dues paid now
by new members will cover next
vear. ihev raav- he sent to .Airs. v.
L. Pierpoint, 426 North Thirty
eighth avenue. .
1 he domestic education section ot
the ' club .will attend the meeting of
the home education section of the
Omaha Wbman's clillb Thursdav
morning; 10:30 o'clock, at the Y. W.
C. A. . The meeting will be followed
by an informal luncheon.
, Holy Cross Parish.
: Women "of the Holy Cross parish
wijl give a St. Patrick card party
and, dance at tlifir hall, 5065 Center
street, on March 17.
; W. D. T.
. The W. D. T. club will give a St.
Patrick day dance Friday evening at
the Trettiest Mile club. The pupils of
Miss Pauline Capps will give several
Press Club Luncheon. "
The Omaha Woman's Press club
will meet for- luncheon Tuescay,
12:30 Jvm., at. Burgess-Nash tea
room. .- ' ,
Sunday',. Supper at
OmaHa Club Is
The Omaha' club's first Sunday
evening movie party) planned for to
night, promises to 'be a great suc
cess, as every possible seat has been
reserved in the big upstairs dining
room. Sunday evening affairs are a
new feature, planned by the . enter
tainment committee'and' today they
have provided a Paramount picture,
"Her Husband's Trade Mark," which
will be showyi -following supper, by
the courtesy pf, -the Strand manage
ment,' which iso put the picture ou
at the Strand week" after riext. The
Omaha club committee hopes to
have occasional speakers or musi
cians to vary the programs.
In a large Dutch treat party are to
be the Messrs. and Mesdames John
Caldwell, Jack Webster, Raymond
Low, Jack Summers Vjenry Boh-
hng, Robert Garrett, Newman ben
son, John . fctcCagae and, Francis
Gaines. . 1 .. ". . . : "
Randall Brown will entertain a
party of 10, Earl Gannet will have 8
and David Caldwell 4, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Guioii will 'have a party of
6. Mr. and ' Mrs. Harry -Tukey-wiil
give a party for. 12, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Page'.wjll have 6, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L; Huntley 'will'have 8, Mr.
and Mrs. Conrad Young will have 4,
as will Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Caldwell.
Others who will entertain are the
Messrs. and M?sdame$ Herbert Da
vis, P. F. Peterson,-R. .B. Bush, Har
vey Milliken, Harry Doorlv. L. F.
Crofoot, S.'W. Porter, C. W. -Morton,
Messrs. Widlate Shephard.
Dean Weaver. Roger- Keeline ind
Dr. Alfred Schalek. ' '
Federated Club Notes
Added to the list of successful
county conventions of Women's
Federated Clubs of Nebraska is that
of Gumming county in the Third
district held during the past week
with the Beemer Woman's club as
Mrs. Edgar 13. .Fenny, president, or
. , - Tl-
tie state reacrauon oi
Clubs, and Mrs. C. A. Millar, presi
dent of the Third district, were
nresent and addressed the meeting.
Mrs. W. T. Fried of Beemer was
elected county president. The con
vention was well attended by an
enthusiastic group of club women
aiming toward an open door wom
an's club in everv community.
Guests from Pilger, interested in
organizing a club at that place, at
tended. -A srrouo of girls at Pilger
who- have organized are anxious to
federate with the state organization
Other county organizations having
been perfected recently are isaunders
county, organized February 23 at
Wahoo.'and York county, organized
February 24. 'Custer county women
wiil meet on April 26 at Broken Bow.
Mrs. Penny will attend and address
Qui Vive Give Last Dance.
. The Qui Vive dance club will give
their last dance of the season Satur
day evening, March 18, at the Black
stone,. Officers, for next season will
be 'elected. . .
K, J. Nugent of Omaha ii in
Mr K. M. Morin4it, jr will
Ute VfJ'tfd4y for a iit in New
Mr. and Mr. Wrd M. Purge
will return from New York Itty in
a frw day.
Mr. and Mr, r. C. Hyon
turned I riday from Excelsior Spring!
arul Kanui Lity.
Mrt. tl. It, PaUi lut bttn enhn"l
to hrr limue y art attack of plruriy.
but i tecovcriiis now.
Mix Itertha llarbaugh of Chicago
arrive l!n evrning tu be the guest
of Mr. Lawrence Uodd.
Mr. Liiuiia IL. Palmer of Casper,
Wyo., i vuiting hrr daughter, Mrfc
II. , Morrow, and family.
A daughter, Jdn Ann, was born
t Mr, ami Mr., r.. .ordtrotn
March 9, at the Methodic hospital,
Mi Mary MunchlioiT and Misi
Harriet Mcta will tail on the Cedrir,
June 17, for a caon of music atudy
Mm. John Madden and her ton
will return Wednesday from Cali
fornia where they have apent aeveral
Mr. and Mn. George Eggersa ex
rrct to take possession of their new
home at 522 South Fifty-third street,
Mr. and Mr. T. W. Austin are
expecting their daughter, Mr.
Thomas Nilci of Pittsburgh, Pa., on
March 28 for a visit.
Miss Josephine Maytord and Mist
Mary I lines, who are attending
Brownell Hall, are spending this
week-end in Lincoln.
Mrs. Charles Dougherty of Co
lumbus, Neb., who was the guest of
Marguerite aiker for a few days,
returned home Friday.
Cameron Millard, the son of Mrs.
Era Millard, is in the Clarkson hos
pital, where he is convalescing rap
idly from an operation for mastoid.
Things You'll Ijve
DoiVtTcIi All You
Know if It's
Mrs. Arthur Remington will leave
Wednesday for Excelsior Springs,
where she will join Mrs. Howard
Baldrige, who has been in New Or
leans. Mrs. Robert Craig will go east
April 1 to visit her mother at Provi
dence, R. I. She will stop in New
York City, Boston and Buffalo on
Dr. A. P. Brogan will spend
Easter with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis A. Brogan. Dr. Bro
gan is professor of philosophy at the
University of Texas.
Mrs. F. T. Walker, who ha? been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Bellamy, in River Forest, III., for
the . past two months, is expected
home the las of the week.
Miss Anna Andeer left the first of
the week for New York. She sails
for Sweden Saturday and will spend
several monthi in Stockholm with
her father, E. G. Andeer,
Mrs. P. J. O'Bfien of Missoula,
Mont., who is visiting her brother,
Frank J. Burkley, will return home
next week. Mrs, O'Brien was for
merly Miss Nettie Burkley of this
Mr. and Mrs. Will Millard and, Jo
Millard, who have been in South
America all winter, arrive in Pan
ama April 1 and will reach L09 An-
Keles April 12. They will stop in
Omaha late in April.
Miss Ann Bailey, who has been in
Paris doing Red Cross work for the
past year, is sailing for .New York
March 22 on the Rotterdam. She
will not reach Omaha, however, till
a good deal later in the spring.
Mrs. Nathan Mcrriam, who has
spent the winter here with her
daughter, Mrs. Barton Millard, and
Mr. Millard, sailed last Wednesday
on the Maui for Honolulu, where
she will join her. daughter, Mrs.
J. C. Dold of Buffalo, X. Y., who
is visiting his son, Ralph S. Dold,
has received two telegrams since his
arrival here announcing the birth of
grandchildren. One came from his
son, Paul Dold, announcing the
birth of a daughter, and the other
from his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth
Mently, announcing the birth of a
' kf - 4
Tu shield a table light, grill ur
null tov& a light and liral fume
creen i very urful ami ornament
al, l'e three narrow picture framrs
about one-half inch mulding. tin
broider panel of tk to lit the
frame. U it ui. c to have the mhtr
of the silk match the color nhcme
of the room. If yon do not tare to
embroider the panrU ne brocaded
silk or Japanese print on parchment
paper. Ve glaa in front al
to back the panel, llmsc- tounlu-r
the three fumes by using the mh.iII-
rst-sued luiigei: one at the too muI
one at the bottom of each joining.
A light or heat frame-screen mk-
an unusually useful ami '!iaudome
Chicago Lecturer Will
Speak on Taxation.
John Z. While of the I fenry George
Lecture association of Chicago, will
peak on "Relation of Taxation to
Community Development" at the
League of Women Volets' luncheon
Saturday. 12.30 p. nj. at the ChamlxT
of Commerce. Luncheon reserva
tions mav be made with Mrs. 11. J,
Bailey. Webster 01 54. The public is
A business mretitiff will he held
following the luncheon.
Mr. White will speak on "Taxa
tion" at the Omaha Busim and
Professional Woman's leaztie dinner
Wednesday evening, 6:15 o'ctock. at
the Fontenelle hotel.
Pf LOKETTO C. LYNCH. !
M.n. folk. i.,l li.it there i' ifir.r ou know that rfu
... uk.n ir.mi ti.r iiicil, M.f.,.; Hl(rr ,,, .pp,.,,,, tht'd,
lit; i "7. . ! 1 T" f' tl4i.ii.-rr. than ihc thing a.e
M.ut lu.liruliillg a, well u I'H.th-V,,,...!,,,, I,,- . .o.ir.,ir .!
.me. hti.f when et.d at the .e.fil, j,,,,', jtnv ttmilU drop ,), .
um..ig ,.( luml.e,.,, ,,r dumer. goj, ,hc t.ur,c 0, ,he diB,f ,hlir
r ,. v..mi ...'en.Hj; ui,- uyrmr, J,mt tl your gllfl that !
i.n a ..ui i. t..t.u .!! gg i ,lllllj.jlU wrrc Vum.ii.g ill vour mind
The rreipe folh.w ; tlur . mart flam,, (ij f,ir.e you know that yom
our fiu.nl vi milk, one hee onion. , , m,u.-4 ,u,ive tt,ltttt in ,nw
.ne..iMrter rupliil l.uitrr, two t.tl.le. j , Mlf K,r4,fr than tho.e of vui
p.tiiul flour, ne and one-half j eehitof rhilJreo Little Alice may
. 4xMnftil nalt, oiie eightli tejiu.ii-1 n,. i : ti. r o diligently at th
ful pepper, lew grating, ..( nutmeg .i;ltii. .t her Whng for ntuiv i
and the wlntr of two ej;g. ! reu aikalde. When Hetty ook
I 'lean and pick over the rUm. u- j upiiy t t!ie KiinfCt vog ie jtiit-'
i" a lmle over half a rut.fiil if'ine l!iat nr freluiB for the brautt-
cold wjter. Keervo Hie liquor, rut
aide the oft turt i'f the ilam; finely
'hup the luid pHrti, add to tmuor.
bring graduallv to the boiling pcmii,
ti ,m. ml a.id fi.dt pat I ti i-tatu
and thirkeii with butter and flour
nibbed together. Scald milk with
iiii.ii, rciiiovr union, add milk audi
(il i ft.oie i rononmrd than in th"
cie of. Id n ay, our neighbor
You know thee thing, but you
will lie h.ifiMfr if you don't rexeal
them to the other mothers of join
tit iotire sou know that tour
MasoniiiK and pour over white egg, I lorn w.i more derpiv in love witu
beaten tiff, vou when be aked yon t be Mrs
IKm M.up i t.itclcs coucoe- Toni than mot men are with the
tion mile- one follow a really good i omen they marry ou ourself m
r.ei.e, V..ii will find in cream t.fl"c '"at followed after your
nu'riflKe iioweu reinaraame im.
iird cleverness in settling that litth
adjustment between yourjclf and
It U the woman's privilege to know
ll.rse things, or things r.ty niueh
like them, out it is the part of wis
dom net to let tip knowledge flavor
the general iimverfation.
Iim.i lir.ui mhiji a tasty, nutrition
and inexpensive d.h. It is made
from: On cupful dried lima beans,
three pints cold water, two uliccs
onion, five flicc carrot, one cupful
rich milk, four tiillcpoonfuls butter,
two tiililespoiiiil'uls flour, one scant
ira-p'Miiu'u' salt and one-half tea
Soak the beans ocr night, in the
morning drain, rinse and cook in the
cold water. When soft, run through
a ieve. Cut the vegetables inti
small cubes and cook about five
minutes in half the butter. Remove
A. O. H. Concert.
The Ancient Order of Hibernian
have arranged for a concert and cele
bration to mark St. Patrick's dav in 1
Omaha. The following program will
be given that evening at 8 o'clock at
Crcighton aud itorium :
lion. Jmn II, Manlev. i halrniHii.
Soprano Solo Tha Laat Ron at Sum
Accompanist, Mra. Cogan.
Garaid McCrearj-. ,
Jton. William Donahue.
Soprano Solo -Irlnh Aira Selected
MiM MarU Brady.
Accompaniat, Prof. Bock.
Mln Helen Coffey.
Trio Th Tumblea Down Shak of
Soprano Solo Banka of paielca and My
Love la Ardutus
Mm Maria Snat
Acoompanlat. Mias Lucille MfOieary.
Sealing: Wax Jewelry. Is
Jut because vou do not happen
to possess the Hone diamond or a
the vegetables, add flour, salt and U, ring of pear!, you need not fet'
pepper and stir into the hot soup. I that you have not the latest m
Add milk, reheat, strain and add re- jt.wclry that is if ou happen to
maiuing butter in small pieces. possess a few sticks of sealing wa.
Aboard one of the big ocean liners i lor it has been ordained by name
one of the most popular soups served K; hion that sealing wav jewelry is
was called tocky Locky soup. Jt mute the latest thing, in tact, t.ie
contains no meat, but is very appc- smart shops are showing it. Amorg
tizing. nevertheless. For it one needs the smart novelties are attractive
1 bunch ireks. 1 cup eclcrv. 2 1-2 j tlrops to be worn around the neck on
tablespooiifuls butter. 1 quart milk, black ribbon. These are black witl.
2 1-2 cuptuls potatoes. 2 tablespoon
ft:ls flour, salt, pepper and a few
grains of cayenne.
Cut the leeks and celery into very
thin crosswise slices and cook in the
2 1-2 tablespooiifuls of butter for 10
minutrs, stirring constantly. Add
milk and cook in a double boiler 45
minutes. Cut potatoes into 1-4-inch
cubes and cook in boiling salted
water 10 minutes. Drain.
Combine the butter with the ilour
and add it to the contents of the
double boiler with the potatoes. Con
tinue cooking until the potatoes are
soft. Add seasoning.
The Jolly Seniors will give a St.
Patrick's dance at Crouiuc hall
hright colors and have whole gardens
of little flowers trimming them. Set ',
ot lipstick holder and powder bo
are unusual, fashioned with flowers
in wreaths of sealing wax.
Hat ornaments, one in particular of .
geranium red with silver in it, makes
scaling wax glow with pride in th
knowledge that from its lowly sta
tion in life as a seal for letters it has
been elevated to a position on mi
Chipped Diamonds Repaired.
Old Jesrela Mad Over.
Weddini Rinra Modernized.
2d Fleer W. O. W. Bide. '
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Frank L. Kernan, Manager
"For the Spring Bride"
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The Early Buyer Will Find
a Wonderful Value in
Holmes & Edwards
The most desired selection of 26
pieces iu velvet lined chest, 6 hol
low handle Knives, 6 Forks, 6 Ta
blespoons, C Teaspoons, 1 Butter
Knife, 1 Sugar Shell regular
price $37.50, on 6ale Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday
In Elegant Presentation Chest
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earn day aa received. Add re ram peelie.
Brodegaard Bros. Co.
,S. E. Corntr 16th and Oeuglat.
Announcing a Beautiful Display of
From Famous Creators, Including Copies and
Adaptations of Imported Parisian Hats from
And Many Other Houses, in a Variety of Styles and Colors,
Unsurpassed in Omaha, and, Above All,
Priced Conservatively So As to
Suit Every Requirement .
PLEASE NOTE These Model Hats are
regularly sold from $18.00 to $45.00
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