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THE BEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. APRIL 9. 1922.
Make Home at Burlington
JoviUiwiu were Uoufd during I.'
fin wrk by Mr. nd Mrs. Jolm
Jscob lien la iHe mrrig f r
UugMfr, Ortldiiir, m Mr. Poug
lit Ldward I'r.ff el Ows'i.
Rc. Wilford Mna n to reform
the ccrcmnny in St. Ttul't tpco
rl church Wr1fedy evening.
April if. and immedutety
Ihrrt vi!l be a rtcciu at the
home ot Mr. and Mr. Chailee Ten
btrwrt. S.'S oiih i-mulli trert.
Mit Grtirhrn IU i t he nuid
cl ..-.nor 10 her ucr 4 Hie br.-itr.
i.i.l. I. ulll h Mm Minlu Moir el
Burlington. I, and Mi Dorothy
t.m .-,.. ami Mi.t lUM.ne ieirri pi
II r IViritnn ha clioien hit
brother. FUlph. a hrt man. and
fir n.lirr. flaffnie Pctf'S, David
1'i.MurlI. lliv Milbrd and Charles
- - i
t ...U Tin Trlrri of Omaha and
Iaru Struirt Mi-Ferron of Moot
town.III., will nerve a (lower girli
m iii hrlilr who will be siven in
mirruce bv hrf father.
ih nartir. ulready Bivftl
Inr (hi. rli.irnlillff eirl ftt ill (l
enioon bridge on lat Wednesday
ll irt. when 1.' ClieM
were prienr. and luncheon o( i
l.a TIiuimIjv. with
tl. II ..l,... W.Tintr a ,in-lr.
Affaire of thi week fr MUi ,r0 w,,0 wi be grfa,,y niic(1 from
. ....... . I..... on (,MI(bv tO PC
" r... k v Fl lnn Loee. an- 'de circle of fnendt in council
..i... .t. i ii fnllnwmff at untrll
Mm. Rohert Turner and
.... 1'. ...... .. ill I,- linlrM' Mini
AUrun i hi ii.
. i... :.. OtiLiha S..tiir....V
planned bv Mr. Howard l!.iMr.dBe
and Mm. Malcolm l.aMr.dije.
i ..loirlv after l;aier mere
bride-elect and her finance. sir.
and Mr. George Van Brnnt and 11'.
and Mr. Charle R. llannan. Jr..
will entertain at dinner for them on
the 18th. and the following night
there will he a hnlTet ni'.'l'er in their
honor given by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
r wTand Mr. F.. A. Wir'.ham have
i j . .i...r,r.ftr.iiro (nr the Jut tl
in'd Mr. and Mr. M. C. rrtera ol
Omaha will give a dinner on tne
for their son and hi financee.
Saturday. April 22. will be busy
day for Mis Hes. as Mr. V..l
Douglas is to compliment her with
. a luncheon at 1 oVIock and a supper
will be given for her and Mr. Peters
that evening by David Caldwell ana
Clarence Teters at the Omaha Club.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mayne are
to entertain at supper for this couple
Sunday evening. April 23. anl on
Monday evening they will he honor
- Ruests at a dinner which Mr. and
Mr. Charles Allison are to give at
their home. The guests will later
attend a theater and supper party at
the Brandeis. which is being ar
ranged by Mis Dorothy Judson.
Tuesday. April 25. .the entire
bridal party will lunch with Mr. ana
Mrs. John Mehlhon. jr.. after which
there will be a wedding rchcrsal at
the church. , ...
That evening the attendants will
1 be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hess at
a dinner to be given in one of tne
dining room at the Brandeis tea
Two lovely parties were given last
week bv Mrs. JrR. Day and Miss
Thcda Beresheim at the home of the
former. V,.-; . , .
Five tables, were placed for bridge
on Thursday when Mrs. Glenn Reed
had high. score and Mrs. Isornian
Filbert won the cut-for-all.
On Saturday 20 guests were also
ppesent and quantities of , spnnfe
flowers were used in decorating.
Miss Earenfight in Vogue.
The April number of Vogue shows
a most attractive picture of Miss
Frances Earenfight of this citv. who
' is now in Chicago with the Favley
In the new ballet. "La Fete a Rob-
inson " which these two artists have
created. Miss Earenfight, known pro
fessionally as . Mile. Dagmara, ap
pears 'as a bridesmaid, and in this
quaint costume of 1830 she is posed
in a charming, graceful little dance
with Mr. Bublitz. who is described
as "the sprightly best man. ,
Miss Earenfight, accompanied by
her mother, will arrive in Council
Bluffs about the first of May for a
visit. ' .
Mrs. Keeline Entertains.
Mrs Frank Keeline of 241 Frank
street invited 12 guests to her home
v last Wednesday for a delightfully
For a Lincoln Matron.
Several enjoyable parties were giv
en last week, both here and m.Oma-i-
i:n,sni,rv trt Mrs. Richard
Bennett of Lincoln. Neb., who is
here 'for a
tliA.r liiiiinrtr.ru linm rM tirnrrf in
Council Bluff recently for a short
vit't and on inursaay ot ust weeK
foat.t t(t inr ll, u'k. Tlii lnllr
they are making the trip overland.
Mrc Alii-o Stork is III at her
home on Harrison street,
kfitc Vat r.miiewcir underwent
a tonil operation last Tuesday.
E. A. Wickham has returned from
a business trip to Cleveland, O.
W. A. Maurer relumed Saturday
night from a business trip to St.
Tr,lm XTi-flrr. i Imme from his
studies at Grinncll. la., for the spring
Mrs. Ed Wickham ha as her
week-end guest Mrs. Farrcll of
Mason City, la.
nr... tfnriM Citron nf TTarlan. Ia..
i visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. G. Turner and his daughter.
Miss Marian, have returned from a
w v Mnvni i at Mercv hos
pital.' having recently undergone an
operation for mastoid.
ytr. r.ivinrA 9ivif whn was here
last week at the W. V. Mayne home,
returned Fridav to Harlan, la.,
where she resides, and with her
be an official one rather than other
wise, which is also unusual, for for
mal official affairs are nearly al
ways over the first of April. And
Easter day is unusuauy uue
T7. it will he an unore-
1 Uf Wll IWWit ..... . U
cedentedly beautiful season with the
fulsome blossoming or spring
lovely with magnolia blossoms, cro
... Lu .U.'a ...inn
tulips, daffodils and all such spnght-
lv blossoms ot mis season. "v
Japanese tnciry nv- -steady
procession of motorists,
.: r..t (ti few old-fash-
: a i.c. ,MrU which mav be
seen on our streets, to Potomac park.
The cherry trees form the most
beautiful lane along tne ease ui
u. ,wVi l thr bridal
river, utiiiwi n...v.. ---- -path
in turn bordered by the bands
of purple ins, lunps, uiu'
and many other beauties, in their
turn. Really Washington is a beau
tiful spot just now. ,
tt.l. ...k..vi KmnQ tomor-
nOlV WCCrv, ninv.a .
row, will be of more than usual
. ' r . 1 I. ...Via A S MAt
quiet, even lor tne peopie
i ' . t.t. tnr kcr will be an
absence of the usual grand opera,
which for many years .
hahit of coming here for that, de
votional period. But there will be
the bustle ot preparuons iui
various conventions,- congresses and
other meetings significant of wo
man's activities in tne worm iuuj.
The D. A. R. will be coming in and
-I--.,! (nr iVioir meetines.
Lincoln, Wcb.i wno ,s Bcun,8 K!? i. . t Vin j .v..
with her mother, and the Daughters of 1812 and the
if t . iViiiirart Mothers:, congress anu -
Mrs. Lyman bhugarr. rMWrnn which will
Tuesday Mrs. Thomas ureen gave ."- " J,::, uter It is
', 1 !, RrandeU tearoom come a week or more later, u is
a luncheon at the Brandeis tearoom ;m00ssible now to- get any
for Mrs. Bennett anu j reservations in the leading
she was entertained at bridge r.t The oresent outlook is
Mrs.. George vrm . .,. roads lead to Washington for
-Mrs. Uienn vvhcox bj - Easter"
lrtSt ! Representative and Mrs. Robert
mented her with a luncheon. tained a company of congressional
For Miss Themhardt. guests at dinner this evening in their
, A erouo of Theta Sigma Phi girls handsome apartment on Wyoming
- . :A ai ice i Til-. L...qne will navi. as
and their escoris, suipuscu avenue, iuib.' "
Caroline Theinhardt last Wednesday j,er guests over the Easter season,
" 1 .i.. ,cin f her 17th t ri,,ri. Boll and her daugh-
birthday , t. Miss Belty Bell of Altoona, Pa.
In the party were the Misses Helen They have made a little plan for so-
Butler, Dorothv . McMurray, Louise cjai festivities as they want to put
Swan. Movne Chambers. Hazel Mae j their time sightseeing.
t r-ttion-.,. Tanrll. Thora Af.'ce Adricnne Low hid a small
Leffert and Faith McManus. Messrs tea pa,ty this afternoon in honor ot
Richard capen, an wwcu, ncr nouse guest, mis.-ii.j w.
Miller. Leslie Kain, jonn nAi" Hams, jr.. oi morioiN,
Toe Simotison, Gerald Zurmuchlen, spent a fortnight with her. Mrs.
t u rr.. ; and Rillip Kastman. t':ii:,. 'lt rotnrn tn Norfolk to-
rwtnncni "'"'5 i "iin" ,
Informal Bridge. morrow or next aay. 1
... .nnrtmnthr Airs. Kussell Har-
rtTZMM dson? and 'Mrs: Aivin Saunders ex-
bobno$r of "Mr Frank-8 Putnam of pect to return to their home , Oma-
Shjux Falls S. D. Mrs. Putnam ar- ha the middle of this month. Mrs.
-"e" during th s week with her two Saunders has been recovering from
children. Marjorie and Frank, jr., ? light attack of grip which has
aid arenate home of Mr. and Mrs. kept her in the house : or a w ek.
Freeman Reed. v',. r;,. rA Via tatter former-
To Lincoln. , MrKenna of Omaha.
Mis Katherine Searle. a student at arrived in Washington early this
id. MpHracka Stat timversitv and! i. I t U ..rt;n1 YiV
Miss Marjorie Annis, who attends od fr;ends both of Missouri and of
Ferry Hall, departed Friday for Lin- ebraskl They were dinner guests
coin to attend a house party at the of the pcstmaster General and Mrs.
Theta Sorority house. These young Vork one nignt tnis and an.
1 . J :. . U tn.nr r cnrinir vara- .. r r i if T7 J
no i.... . i otner evening or oir. ana mis. tu-
i!r.m in fnnnr-il Klnffs and will re- i t- r- - t 1..... f
. wara r,. vdiiu, uic ialici luiintu
turn to their studies the early part Miss curtis sister of Senator
.1 ,b. -. . 1 ' I . . . .. rr i ...
. l.har es Curtis ot Kansas, i nev win
: Motoring to Denver. spend all of next week in Washing-
Mrs. I. T. Soindler and daughters ton. They are at the lllard.
have been makim Colorado! Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Scott of
Omaha D. A. R.
Mrs. J. C Fryor Is a young ma-
Bluff, where she has made tier home
(or several years.
On Ihursday she will leave witn
her children, John and Hetty I.ou
i: . . !;.. i .
inr r-.Tirii.iirrr.il . . .n an... n I . . .
w. .. . ....fa. . v.., .w jw... ..... . t f
or, who went there several weeks
ago as attorney ior one oj tne rail
roads. The Prt'ors turret (a make Cur-
lington their permanent home. .
went little Winfield and Betty
Mayne for a ten days' visit.
Betty Lou Tryor, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Pryor, had a tonsil
operation last Wednesday.
Mrs. B. O. Bruington leaves this
week to visit her daughter, Miss
Elizabeth, at DePauw university in
Mr. and Mr. Oscar Keeline ar
rived home Monday night front
California, where they have spent the
past four months.
Mrs. Charles Hutchinson, who lias
hn ill (riitvct ff li.f father A T)
Annis will rrlnrn tnHav In her hrvme
in Des Moines, la.
Mr. iyid U$. Webster W. Wy
man of Chicaco are visitim? at the
Robert Mullis home. Mrs. Wyman
in a niece of Mrs. Mullis.
ffc fart .TcIam allt ffaMrYit.r
Betty, left last night for. Denver,
i-oio., wnere- tney win visit Airs.
Beyer, a sister of Mrs. Coston.
f tee titK rAnni vrrtfmA tfmm
'jfttrrlaw mnr n in rr 4rrtn fliira ffr. "
spend the spring vacation with her
parents, jvir. ana Mrs. w. Loopcr.
fic fritrTn FmnL-tr. a stllrlpnl'
at the national kindergarten school
in unicago, is witn ner parents, -Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Empkie, for the
Tht reaular meetlnt e-l Omaha
chapter. Daughters e( the American
Revolution, wi.l be held In Hit Bur
r.r.. Vi.li auditorium on Tuesday.
April II. at p. m. The mmi
of the Ute conierencr iihh i
: . Hinnrti A.'ilt fat aivfii.
lIUI, ,.w...... rr-rr, r- . a.---"'
At preen much interest centers
men l ie Jltt national coutinem
congrrts which will be held in i
ingion, in Continental hall, the
. i..:i 17 Mr. Wirliirrf C II
resmt attemate of Omaha thap
it ana auo staie rrprrcmnvi
the rounders and Patriots, will
tend. Mrs. Ocorge L. .Micaci
irfll'HH a-"... -..---r '
Oinatden chapter. C. A. R. Ot
I.--- ......i;., .r fr T I
lurniiTi iivii"'" - --
low Keynold. Mm. Mavnard C. Cole
lira ii njrkiinw. nirmt'ci
t ( Omaha chapter, who now res
ii.- jui..Vi;.m . .11 l.iv. ftnri
1 lie vi liana-., ... - " -
car ovrr the Northwestern to Cn
. . . I... .iiavu u iii ne lanira
cku, : ,
urirKi tiw.i .. ........... - .
Michigan. A special tram wni carry
iiirm from there throiiBli to vtasir
League Women Voter.
, I.. a 'l, .l war. - "
school board will speak on the new
.... . a A - at.
teciimcai nign scnooi aim eiiin m
duties of the proposed office of bun
ness manager for the school dUtrict
at a meeting ot tne League oi worn
en Voters Thurday afternoon, 3:3(
o'clock, in the Brandeis grill room
A. .lll ati.raik.r, nl .flat tracrit. U'it
a..... tnr tl.ai aliirla. a V at inn. Tll
IllCil l.'l l.'S a. . . v. j va i.n.
income, surtax, excess profits and
. .. 'II L J.'....... J
inneritance taxes win dc uiu!cu
Bureau of The Bee,
Washington, April 8.
The Easter season this year will Mrs. V, H Byrne and her daughter,
j. iic j-aa.v. I Mr Nirhnla lirrrn. wnn rame
from their home in Annanolis for a
'" few days.
At April's Gate.
At April's gate the bare .trees stand,
And dance, on tiptoe, till her hand
Shall draw the torch along their
fulsome blossoming 01 spuiK ",.'8;,i' ... , . . .
ers. Already tne pams, "6"'. .
. . r. . . u..... ..a 09V anri I A fine, crppn flame hrave-nirlferintr
yaras icu to cy """ J ay ; : r. , ;
Omaha who have a house here this
season, had as their guests this week
rr . . si . s
-v.a iiaiiiv, iiurv-mvivvi 'I'ft
Shrine fires for the robins' vows!
At A rrtlfl onfa tliA onMsrrrc ettr
And pale arbutus welcomes her,
trl , 1 . I . 1
wnue, wnere ner ieet nave ixoa,
Tlia. w,rtlrf malrpe 1-iactA tft tnaflr
With scent and color sweetly dark,
ncr luuipruus in me sou.
At April's gate the sky is frfin
To weep delightful' tears of rain,
And burn with clearer gold,
Mist-blue, smoke-gray it cloaks the
With wings of promise, wide un
tuned, . . ;.- i . v .
Above the pregnant mould.
Use a new shaving brush to
grease baking tins.
With great satisfaction we
announce the name of Mr.
John F. Daly as a new link in
the chain of Hoffmann Service
Mr. Daly l wll known to many
Omahini part owner and anrral
manager of tha thirigo Laundry
during tha yrara 1V06-1911, and
ince then ha hat formed a com
pletely new circle of friend, and ac
quaintance, in Omaha and Council
Bluff Salea Agent for John
Morrcll Co. of Ottumwa, Ia.
We proudly atatc that the aubject
of Mr. Daly 'a entering our aervice
hi. been a matter of mutual dia
cu.tion for tha past two yeara, and
wa are indeed pleased with ita final
Wa feel that thia addition will
surely atrengthen and solidify the
thoughts and aims that have been
uppermost in our minds for the pant
eighteen yeara; that is, to give the
people the services and earnest ain
cere advice that they all crave in '
their hour of need.
DOuglat 3901 '
"To Serve Humanity)
For Freckled, Rough t
or Muddy Complexion
The freckling, discoloring or toughen
ing to which delicate skins are euDjeci
after exposure to wind or sun. often
in ...lu enrinc mav readily
be gotten rid of. Ordinary mercolitcd
wax, spread ligntiy over me in
retiring and removed in the morning
with soap and water, completely peela off
.k. ji.i-;tt.ri skin. Get an ounce of the
wax at any drug store or toilet counter.
There s no more eiieciiva way oi dihu
ing freckles, liver spots, moth patches,
pimples or other cutaneous defects. Little
skin particles come off each day, ao the
process doesn't even temporarily mar the
complexion, and one soon acquirea a brand
new. spotless, girlishly beautiful face,
rpt.. ..r.i:..rl ,v mfrthnd la annre-
eiated- particularly by those who Prefer
"natural beauty to man whim i
NOT A SALE A GIFT
Original Etchings Photo Carbons and
Sepias Color Prints
ETCHINGS Originals under the Artists' own
Autograph and Re-Mark. Included are por
traits and landscapes by King, Mielatz, Slo
combe and other internationally recognized
artists. Values to $75.00.
PHOTO CARBONS, SEPIAS A 1 1 the Old
Masters, products of the leading art pub
lishers of America, England and Germany.
COLOR PRINTS Ross Nature Prints and other
fine prints from lines which we no longer
WE REQUIRE ONLY THAT YOU BUY THE
. FRAMES You are to select the frames to
suit your own taste and price. Our profit
on the framing cannot give us ten cents on
thcdollar. Free delivery. No extra charges.
WHY We are truly housecleaning. These
pictures are not cheap any home can be
proud of them but many of them have been
in stock for years. Each year we have made
the customary charge for depreciation
against them. We still have a big investment
in them, but our reorganization plans say:
"Out they go." We have chosen the "buy-a-f
rame" plan because it is quick and because
we want you to get acquainted with the most
perfectly equipped Framing Department in
the West. First come, first served.
SEE THE LITTLE WINDOW
, The Art and Music Store
1513-15 Douglas Street Omaha, Neb.
Bowen's Value-Giving Store
Home Furnishings of Quality
THE immense savings made by selecting the furnishings for an entire home, or the replacing of
the furniture for a single room.js fast adding to our large list of satisfied customers, who are
taking advantage of our. value prices.
You Can Save as Others Have Saved!
The H. R. Bowen Co. are daily offering exceptional values In living room, dining room, bedroom and
kitchen furniture, aunroom and porch furniture. Values you will be pleaHcd to accept, as a visit to this store
will readily prove.
Cane Living Room
In genuine mahojrany, backs of closely woven cane, velour up
holstered, sprint; cushions, spring: edi;e, two extra pillows and
bolster. Priced this month $187 50
MAHOGANY CANE SUITES, of three pieces, upholstered in mo
hair, two extra pillows and bolster, formerly QC flfl
sold for $395.00; priced row at WtUiUU
Breakfast Room Sets
' Finished in Gray Enamel
Well finished, pretty in design, they are values of 0O7 CA
an extraordinary kind at our low price of tyO i JJ
Bed Room Suites in Walnut
Artistic in design and well finished, these Suites appeal to those
who desire something good at moderate cost. The full size
bed has bow-end, the chiffonette is large and roomy, and the
dresser has spacious drawer room flj P.7 Kfl
and the price only eOU
Other artistic and well finished Suites at $110 and $135
Rugs of Superior Quality
m ims. .W7 BJ fIkO '. 1
Select the Rues TV S&K
rou want at A.XtiJ.
Bowen's anil save X
27x54-inch Axminster and Velvet Rugs; ideal for hall, bedroom
and den: $5.50 values now ; .....S3. 50
6x9 Velvet Seamless Rugs, $27.50 values now 815.95
One-piece Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs, splendid quality,
$35.00 values now .....S35.B5
9x12 Axminster Rugs, beautiful tan colors, $62.50 values,-
9x12 heavy quality Velvet Rugs, $65.00( values $38.95
8-3x10-6 heavy Wilton Rugs, Persian designs, good durable col
ors, $90.00 values now . 858.50
In Our Drapery Department
Are hundreds of money-saving
values for those who buy now.
Velvets and Damasks,
Linens and Cretonnes
Allover patterns in rose, blue and
gold, sunfast and tubfast fabrics, por
tieres and overdrapes.
Silks, per yard,
SI. 15 to 85.00
Sunfasts, per yd.,
59 to 85.98
yard, 39 to
Damask, per yard,
82.98 to 88.00
Velours, per yard,
S2.98 to 88.00
Extra large and complete assortment of
Nets in Filet weaves and shadow ef
fects, 36 to 50 inches wide, white,
cream and ecru colors, for 39t to
Scrim, Voile and Marquisette, in plain
dots, silk stripes and colored effects,
in all the newest and latest patterns,
at 19 to 81.35 yard
Given Away Free
April 13th, 8 P.M.
Be at the store, or represented by some member
of the family, as you may be awarded one of the
Grand Rapids Refrigerator
Garland Gas Range
Room Size Congoleum Rug
Don't forget the day, place and time
Sign your ticket and get full particulars at Main
Floor and Bridge
Bought in a manner unusually
conducive to value in a large
quantity lot. They have been priced
very low as an added incentive for
everyone to have an extra lamp of
quality in their home.
The entire lot have prettily de
signed (plain and carved) ma
hogany standards with shades of
different styles. These are worth
while values at our low prices of
$13.50, $18.95, $21.00
Lloyd Carriages for Baby
Just the carriage to take
baby out ' for an airing.
Body is of reed and shown
. in both the gray and ivory
finishes. Ask to see them.
Extra large size Lloyd Baby
Carriages, finished in dark
gray and light green color
combinations at, only
Before you start the new home, if you are
at all desirous of saving money,, see our
special four-room outfits. This is one of
the best values ever offered
Your Old Furniture Has a Value
Don't discard it when buying new. Phone our Exchange
Manager, who will gladly credit its value toward any new fur
niture selected here. We maintain a Furniture Exchange De
partment for this special purpose.
Oblong shape, large, well made,
With large bottle of oil, 65
Made with rigid standards, good
quality wood 81.85
Galvanized Water Pails
Large size, heavy handles,' 19
Heavy copper bottoms, large
Strong and rigid; one of the
most useful articles about the
house; priced d1 f"Q
now, at P 1 DU
Glass Mixing Bowls
Set of five clear Glass Mixing
Bowls of graduated sizes
they serve daintily and you'll
find them very TQ
handy I ifC
Bowen's Better Brooms
Sweep with a well balanced, well
made broom ; such brooms are
now offered at the H. R.
Bowen Co. for OQ
6-foot cord, detachable plug $3.95'
Regular 60c values now .19
This knife has an all steel blade; beechwood
handle, brass riveted, and is a special value at
our Clean-Sweep Sale price.
Shown in several " different
sizes, strong and durable
25S 35c, 40
,. Rose Bushes
Ophelia (yellow) Rose Bushes,
Milady (red) Rose
Bushes, choice, each . . ,
In fumed oak, tops in imita-
Galvanized Wash Tubs
Large size,durable and strong,
priced now at 65t
The newest spring patterns that are sure to please; specially
Nottingham Lace Curtains In choice patterns, a splendid value
at our low price of, pair 81.25
Voile Curtains Plain hemstitched; colors, ivory and ecru; good
quality, regular $2.50 values; now, pair...... 81.49
It Pays to Read Bowen's
Howard St., Between 15th and 16th
9 M a
fmft The Metropolitan j
III vizMr an Storage
L Co. Move You j
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