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THE BKE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. Aim U. 1022.
Rod ice vs. Skirt
Before the Court
To W4 Onuh Man. ,
Mr, and Mr. Walton G. Robert
el Luuolu announced on undy the
fi'Sxmcnt of their daughter, Otne
iee, to Walter O. Johnon o(
Omaha. Both young people attend'
4 the University ci ,NehrV, Ntt
u a lunuier of .Minn 1'ni and Mr,
Jnhnfni) o( Alpha Tan Omega, The
wedding till take pUi in May and
tliry live in Unuita.
Vaatar Club Honors Mia Little.
Mi l.yit Little, Alumnae tecre
Ury rf VatMr cnllege, ho lu been
iiiMidiiia a iiteeiiiis of the American
Coliegute Alumnae in Kantai Citv.
irnrl in Ouulu Mnitday iiiurininf
Mie i the guest of the Var dub
at lumliren at noon at the Omaha
ilub. and upole informally on (lie
kanoat City conference. Those
pit. rut Hfie the Me.damea Arthur
tiuoii. Saniti'l Kee, Clair Itainl,
Kolrt I ptlike. Warren JltacWwell
I.loyl O'hnrne. Dr. Mary Biiell
a itf I Mii Hilda Hammer.
Will Arrive Sunday.
Mi.. Wallace l. I-ovclt will arrive
nm Sumiay with her on, r'hilip,
Oray Lovell of tamlirijge, to be Ue
curia if Mr. and Mr. Arthur C
.smith for the wedding of MW Helen
Smith and Mr. Lovell, which will
take place Tuesday. Mri. Smith will
entertain at luncheon at the Onuha
rlub for Mra. lovell on the W'ednfi-
day following the wedding.
Dinner for Dr. Cifford.
'I lie Utnaha Woman's Pre club
will Kve a dinner for Dr. Harold
, (iifford Wednesday evening. April
IV at 7 o'clock in the Brandcii pri
e dining room.
Following iIip dinner ' Dr. Clifford
will peak on Im trip to the ir-uitth
Omaha Woman'a Club.
Mrmlirri of tliar Omaha Woman's
cluh w ill vi.it Orchard & Willirliu'a
tire Monday morning, April 17, at
10 3. in. Those intending to h'c
present are requested to notify Mrs.
R. U Franta.
The home economics department
will hold its annual business meet
ing Thursday, 10 a. ni., at the
V. V. C. A.
Yates Parent Teacher.
Miss Mary Ii. 1'ox will speak on
"Moral Development, Ethical and
Religious Training" at a meeting of
the Tarent-Teacher association of
Henry W. Yates school Wednesday
afternoon at J o'clock.
v For Miss Brandt.
Miss Dorothy Cavanaugh and Miss
Winifred Smith have issued invita
tions to a picnic supper next Mon
day evening honoring Miss Winifred
Brandt and James Hunsaker. whose
wedding will take place April 19.
W. C. T. U. Meeting Postponed.
The mcrting of Frances Willard
W. C. T. U. scheduled for Wednes
day has been postponed on account
of the "flying squadron" talks at the
First Christian church.
Mil Sigma will hold its annual
business meeting , Wednesday, 2 p.
m., at the home of Mrs. G. W.
' Xohlc, 3505 Hawthorne avenue.
' Tbc.business session will be fol
lowed by a social hour.
,i ' 1
-"' For Mrs. Baldrige.
Mr.' and Mrs. S. B. Doyle will be
hostess at luncheon and a theater
party at the World on April 19, hon
oring tMrs, Malcolm Baldrige. ,'
Y. W. C. A.
Tuesday Class in sewing meets at
6:30 p. m-
Wednesday Morris Girls' club
supper, 5:30, followed by . talk on
"Health and Beauty."
Athletic' club supper, 6:15, - fol
lowed, by talk on "Personality," by
Mrs. Eliic Steen Kittelson. Regis
tration for supper must be made by
Class, in drawing, 7 p. m.
Thursday Members of Prof Var
tanian's Bible class will meet for din
ner, at 6:15.. followed by the closing
lesson of the course. Registrations
must be made by Thursday morn
ing for the dinner.
Cookerv class, 6:30; Busy Circle
club, 7:45. Singing led by Miss
Agnes Swanback; Business .English,
8:15, with Miss Pearl Rocfcfellow, in
structor. Friday Closing lesson of the
course in millinery, 6:3,0 p. m.
TRY 4 THE WILLIAMS TREATMENT
85-Cent Bottle (32 Dotes)
Just btcstis you start the day worried
ani tired, stiff lefts and arms and mus
cles, an achinir head, burning and bear
ing; down pains in the back worn oat
' before the day begins do not think you
have to stay in that condition.
, Be strong, well, with no stiff Joints,
sore muscles.' rheumatic pains, aching
haelc or kidney trouble caused by body
If you suffer from bladder weakness,
with burning, scalding pains, or If you are
In and out of bed half a dosen times a
night, you .will appreciate the rest, com
fort and strength this treatment should
Wo want to prove The Williams Treat
ment gets results In Rheumatism, Kidney
Irritation, Bladder weakness and all ail
ment caused by excessive uric acid, no
matter how chronic or stubborn.
If you .end this notice with your name
and address we will give you an IE-cent
bottle (32 doses) free, riease send 10
rents to help pay postage, paeklng, etc..
to the The Dr. D. A. Williams Co.. Dept.
W-2I5S. P. O. Building. East Hampton,
Conn. Send at once and we will mall
veu by parcel post one regular 85-cent
bottle. all. charges prepaid. Only one
free. bottle -will be sent to the same
person.- address or, family.
STOP ITCHING ECZEMA
Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo
.Will Help You
Xever mind how often you have
tried and failed, you can stop burn
ing, itching Eczema quickly by applying-
Zemo furnished by any drug
gist for 35c Extra large bottle,
$1.00. Healing begins the moment
Zemo is applied. In a short time
usually every trace of Eczema, Tet
ter. Pimples, Bash, Blackheads and
imilar skin diseases will be re
moved. For clearing the skin and making
it vigorously healthy, always use
Zemo, the penetrating, antiseptic
liquid. When others tail it is the
one dependable treatment for skin
trouble of all kindr,.
New Vork. (Special Correspond
ence.) Thee dayi you can no more
expect a bodice and a skirt to share
the same rntimcii(.tlian ou can ex
pect a similar agreement between
.Mr. Lodge and Mr. Johnson. Of
course, this is a broad statement,
but it is partially supported by the
great number of frocks with con
trailing bodice and skirt.
Many of the crepes, in particular.
divide themselves between plain and
printed backgrounds. Thus, a black
and white crepe waist will take to
itself a vivid yellow or green skirt.
Indeed, there are infinite combina
tions of fabrics going hand in hand
with the aforementioned color con
flicts. Foulard, which, by the way, is
extremely popular, especially in the
bold black and white designs, is oft
en touched up with sleeves and pan
els and trimming of bright green or
re'd crepe. For it must be remem
bered that color is the thing this
spring, and even our blacks and
white must be made startling by a
touch of brilliant material or orna
The orettv dance frock shown to
day has a corsage of white .char
meuse with an original sleeve joined
to a skirt of red and black brocade.
Mrs. E. VV. Nash is confined to
her home by illness.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Crofoot left
Saturday for New York City.
John C. Neff of Omaha and H.
Ferer are at Excelsior Springs for a
few days. :
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Faltzmau
moved Monday to the Coronado
Mrs. A. E. Becker is in Lincoln,
where she was called by the illness
of her sister.
Mrs. Guy Haxby of Kearney is
visiting relatives in Omaha and
fr A . A . Wecfprcaril lias re
turned from an extended visit in
Mrs. H. L. Alleman is spending
the week in Excelsior Springs, as is
Mrs. E. E. bterncker.
Mr. and Mrs. George Myer of Du
mque are at the home of Mrs. My
x's mother, Mrs. E. W. Nash.
A daughter, Mary Elizabeth, was
born at the Stewart Hospital April
9 to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jensen.
Mrs. F. M. Russell and Miss Mar
garet Parish will entertain Wednes
day afternoon for miss winitrea
Brandt. . '
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kennebeck
have returned from Hot Springs,
Ark., where they spent several
Mr. nd Mrs. W. F. Baxter left
Saturday for a month , in Galveston
and New Orleans. They will return
to New York by boat. -
Dr. G. W. Dishong returned Sun
day from Minneapolis,. where. he at
tended a meeting of the American
College of Physicians. .
ir.. r:t j c u.ii I AC.
ivirs. jYiuudiu o.' mm aiiu -wiisa
Dorothy Hall left Monday for At
lantic City where they will spent 10
days with Jasper Hall who is on his
t . v.l.
spring vaiaiiuu iiom taic,
Miss Virginia Barker; returned
Sunday morning from St. Timothys
school near Baltimore to spend the
spring holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker.
Miss Mary Angela Fox spent the
week-end with her sister, Mist Ce
cile Fox, at the Delta Gamma house
in Lincoln, where she attended the
annual spring party of the sorority.
Mrs. Edgar Morsman -will return
Tuesday from New York, where
she has been spending several weeks
with her daughter. Miss Mary
Morsman of BrySi Mawr. and her
son Edgar Morsman. Ill, who have
been having their Easter vacations.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Saxe and
their daughter, Miss Prairie Paxton,
arrived from New York Sunday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountze
jor a week. Mrs. Saxe is being en
tertained by many of her old friends,
but since it is Holy week all affairs
are being given most informally.
Miss Louise Webb and Mrs. Jessie
Parshall and their aunt, Mrs.
Margaret Hickox of Fremont, Neb.,
have returned home after spending
the winter at Palm Beach and Miami,
Fla. From Miami, they sailed to
Havana for a 10-day trip. Miss
Webb has now left for Harrington.
Neb, w here the will make her home.
to N.Y. Convent ion
by Woman's Club
Mr.. Tliilip Totter an l Mr.
(!.' L HfMiprl SflrHtftl for
Hieiiiiidl Meeting f
Mrs. (lurlis K. Johannes, rfi.
dent of I In; Onaha Woman' a tub;
Mr. I'liilip rotter ar.4 Mrs. l lurlei
I.. Jicmprl were elected delefatia to
the biennial convention of the i!cn
eral Federation of Women' duK
to be held in I liauUunua. X. Y the
last week in June, at meeting if
the dub Monday attermvm in Hur
geH-Naoli auditorium. The alter
nate are Mctdamc Kditar Allen,
W. S, Kniclit anil Jalm lUariiunn.
Mr. F.dwarj Jolm.on announced
that letters were brinir sent out by
the civic committee tu a'l women
organisation in the city urging
mother to co-operate with the com
mittee in seeing that young people
are chaperoned at public dunce and
that they dance properly.
The civic committee mid an aux
iliary committee composed ot vari
ous civic organisations in the city
are sponsoring a scries of education
al motion picture show for M'huol
children on Saturday morning at the
picture houses throughout the city.
The films are briug supplied by the
government. April 2V it the date
tet for the next showing.
The annual club birthday party
scheduled for April 24 will be omit
ted this year owing to the benefit
card purtv to bo given April .'1 in
the Bra,ndeis grill.
Mrs. Philip Totter, first vice presi
dent of tiie club, presided in the ab
sence of the president, Mr. Charles
Johannes, who was called to Cali
fornia lat week by the illness of
Hints On Planting a Lawn
B? JEAN TRUE.
Perhaps lour lawn nerd improve'
inrnt. and ton leel iiiwoiiipeteiit lo
pUn and belter arrangement, yet
ton j io H to- You with to have a
,piit in it planum;, but feel vou
may err in our judgment. Ypu
(in do one o! to thing: Call
i rofessioiiat landscape S4rdener and
ell him jour want and he will hrlp
ymi; or study laun planting vnr.
-fit, lor the latter inrtnoa draw
tour plan to a tcate. mark every
tietad rarefullv, and mad to tome
magaiiue whuli employ an eapert
landscape gardener, who will exam
ine your plan, criticise and return it
to vou with tuBuettioiit. Uy this plan
;on have performed large part in
that ynu have thought out your
original plan yourteli.
Here are tome old but reliable
mine. lion that will help you to
rlan and arrange your on lawn,
After you have made a pencil draw
ing of the houe and lawn, located
carefully the house, outbuildings,
walk, tree, shrubbery, flower and
garden, at you wish them to he.
study tin drawing a a unit. Cbaime
it to suit the law of design. Land
rape gardener tell u that in order
to get reult we mut observe cer
tain rnl'. live fundamental princi
pal "Unity, variety, character, pro
priety and linish."
"L'nity" ivay be secured Uv the
following rules: (1) Plan "open
lawns," i. e. leave the center open.
Do not plant ilowcrs and shrubs in
patches in open lawn, a it de
stroys unity. (1) Keep trees and
Oinihi on the boundaries of the
lawn. (J) Plant "in tnac." (4)
I'sc "curved hues." (5) Group
tree lo secure open spaces. In na
ture trees are never found spaced in
straight rows. (() riant flowers
along the foundation of the houe,
and in borders on the sides of the
- Mesdames J'. K. Wallace, J. C.
McClure. B. K. Ilalley, A. S. Har
rington, S. M. Cronk, Herbert Wood
land, Sanfnrd Hudson, H. If.'IIen
ningson, Victor West and Miss May
Somers of the Omaha College club
have returned from Kansas City,
where they attended the conven
tion of the American Association of
Mrs. Wallace, president of the
club, was invited to serve on a na
tional committee with the presi
dents of the New York, Chicago, San
Francisco and Detroit clubs to rec
ommend ways and means for in
creasing branch memberships.
Promintnt women speakers at the
meeting were Dean Ada Comstock
of Smith college, President Mary E.
Woolcy of Mt. Holyoke college and
Professor L, P. de Castclvecchio of
. Reports of the convention will be
given by Mrs. Wallace and Miss
May Somers at the general meeting
and luncheon of the club Saturday,
12 o'clock, at the Rome hotel.
Plans for the card party to be
given for the benefit of the Woman's
Exchange Wednesday afternoon,
April 19, in Brandeis grill, will also
Reservations for the luncheon may
be made with Mrs. Harry Patrick,
lawn where t!ry may lave a bask
protiud. I?) keep "building to on
tide," t7 Avoid center walk and
t'e p!iity of shrubherv, J i na
ture shrub are found in dumps and
aUvpg the border in the wood, Ar
range fhruht near the house, in or
uVr to bring the houe and la it to
gether, Tin fUn help to tecui
1'luiit phntv of vine. M them
tUniber over the muhuildint-'.
feme and pergola. Climber help
la beaut it v. require ltile attention,
give pleating result and help to se
cure unity by chuglng to porches,
wali. old tree trunk and twining
about the shrub,
The second fundamental principle
to le observed in planting a lawn
it "variety." Thl principle inav
be secured by dillc rente in (It
furfaee, (.M change of furm. ti)
curved drive and walk. (4) clunw
tig die sky line, (5 different plant
in anuitial design. (0) ue of per
spective, (71 changing groups
ttarkening the background to give
variation in color. (9t open vit.t
to break the border line, (10) a
change in texture in plant. (11)
mixing flower that bloom at diller
tnt seasons of the ear. (12) change
of background ami foreground.
"Character" U the third principle
used in planting a lawn. It may be
lound in "simplicity, complexity,
dignity and boldness." In plan and
arrangement: by doing something
orignal. providing it it faultless and
of distinct character.
A fourth principle it found in "ap
propriateness." In planning your
lawn try to make it in keeping with
the surroundings. Avoid overdoing
the lawn by over-elaborateness in
design and poor arrangement of
colors. The fifth and last of these princi
ples has been designated "buish "
(I) The designer must plant cvicl
tent specimen if he eipecu result.
(.'I Ne !ut good can i given to
taun and I'Unt.; that it i kept (lean
and orderly, A lawn mav be ever
to carefully plained, but if neglect
ed toon lne it bc4iny. I'rines,
W4'k. build"gs. s'.iruliUiv. tree,
itowrrt and lawn need earnest care
to give the finish desired,
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r4l s4iisM.s in Omaha tiou-ns an-l
11 iir rssdrts In slimsl. If Hsfctf
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Thinprs You'll Love
HinduCut Out Scarf
t a a i
The Sermo ehih will-meet inform
ally Tuesday with Mr A, W, ten
ner. The regular meeting ha been
The American Legion auxiliary
will meet Tuesday. 8 p. m, in Me
morial hall, court house.
Ads Are lUi'lncss-
' A Hindu cut out iarf is something
new or you to make a a runner for
your table. Mark out with pencil, or
iuve stamped, a simple design simi
lar to the one shovvti, C'arelully cut
out the darkened part. Cut narrow
lna ttript ot the same material from
which the scarf is made or from
material of a harmonizing or con
tracting color. Hind all the cut-out
edge. Hind or overcast the edges of
the scarf. A Hindu cut-out scarf
look stunning on a gale leg or
hliraty table. ruiiiht, !::.
Wmt to fatis ic?
rt i ins T7
bentsze zor 3 lor a levrntgntsana.
They deaxae your vrAem of all wastei
matter aod uefviaie xov iwwca.
Mild as easy to take as sugar.
(a be at the II. R. Powen Co.
atoro or repretented by oim
member of the family
Thursday, April 13
8 P. M.
A on that day and date we
shall give away
One Grand Rapidi
One Garland Gat Rang
One Kitchen Cabinet
One Room-Size Congo
Sign your ticket and get full
unrliculaii nt main aialo desk.
It pay to read
Bowtn't Small Ada
Howard St., bet. 15th and ltk
When in Omaha
A SWEET LITTLE
Makes a Bright Spot in
' Every Home. A Comfort
in Years to Come
Park Raoids. Minnesota. "I rnwa.
taken your medicine Lydia E. Pink-
USUI! D cgtwura
when I was a girl
for pains and be
fore and after my
marriage, l now
have a sweet lit
tie baby boy and,
will send you ma
picture if yon wish
10 puDiisn lu my
sisters also take
your medicine and
ind it a great
I. ,H( jtll
help, and I recommend it to those
who suffer before their babies are
born." Mrs. Wh. Johnson, Box
156, Park Rapids, Minn.
To marry and arrive at middle age '
without children is a great disap
pointment to many women. Think of 1
the joy and comfort other women,
have in their children as they grow
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has helped to bring great
happiness to many families by re
storing women'to health. Often the
childless home is due to a run down
condition of the wife, which may be
helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. It brought health
and happiness into the home of Mrs.
Johnson. Why not to yours? ,
Spring Time Advice
For Tired Mothers
Mothers who are tired and run
down by the strain of family cares
can rebuild strength" and regain
normal health by taking Father
John's Medicine which is all pure,
wholesome nourishment. The food
elements which this old fashioned
prescription contains are so pre
pared that they are quickly taken
up by a system weakened and run
There is no false. stimulation in
Father John's Medicine. It is pure,
wholesome nourishment. Guaran
teed free from alcohol or danger
FOR COUGHS t
Store .of Specialty Shops,
4'l T r- I -1
al exceptionally loT prices,
$7 to $15
HANDSOME models are here in many shapes and
Fashion has-been so bountiful in colorings and
effects that every woman will find among these
strikingly different hats just the type of hat which
will most attractively set off her personality. Never
has the Eldredge-Reynolds Millinery Shop been able
to present better values than these offered before
A limited numbsr of
these hats will be
placed on sale at the
low price of $2.95; ex
cellent styles and col
ors from which to
Do hot fail to see our
special $5.00 hats which
we are featuring for
Easter week. Splendid
quality in every style
HERE ARE THE SHOES
for WOMEN'S EASTER WEAR
SOME in patent leathers, some in
gray tones but all of them in so
many different models that you
will find it easy to be fitted both com
fortably and gracefully. Here are a few
of the popular styles for present wear.
A patent leather slipper with gray suede combination is one of the
popular models that will appeal especially to the "flapper" who likes
to be up-to-date. Low wooden heels and wide strap with buckle
make them very attractive. Priced at
A very fashionable
model is of patent and
beige fastened with 1
strap; military heels
priced very $Q CA
low, at PO.JU
Dainty gray suede combined with
patent leather with low flat heels
makes a very clever model for
street wear, and it is CC
also priced very low at PO.OD
Patent leather slippers with one d x rjA
strap, low heels, are priced dyOsUU
i ' .. ..
Black satin dress pumps with either dQ (?A
Spanish or low heel, priced PO.sJV
Shoe Shop Main Floor
Millinery Shop 2d Floor
DISTINCTIVE and EXCLUSIVE
Most Important for Easter.
Your Easter costume will depend for its suc
cess on the hosiery you select to wear with it.
Our Easter showing of hosiery offer stockings
of every texture to wear with every kind of
garment, be it sport or "dress up." We are
featuring particularly the famous Gotham
Gold Stripe Hose, the "silk hose that wear."
Eldredge-Reynolds Co. are exclusive agents in
Omaha for these hose, which are guaranteed
to give service. Ask about the Gotham Re
pair Service now in effect
Hote Shop Main Floor
GOATS and WRAPS at $89.75 corsets-
Luxurious coats of Marvella, Gerona,' Veldyne, Twill
Cord in exclusive styles are to be found in this special
group. The styles are innumerable and the colors in
clude dove, navy, sand, lady bird, taupe and black. Each
coat fully lined with contrasting colored crepe, canton
or pussy willow. Sizes 16 to 44. Worth up to $125.00.
In the Correct Styles
You will doubly enjoy the fit of your new
Easter wear if you have our corsetiere select
the shape and form of corset best suited to
adapt your figure to the new modes. We
carry a complete line of corsets from the most
famous makers and will be glad to be of serv
ice to you in your selection.
Corset Shop Main Floor
Of Silk or Cotton
$1.85 to $10
NOTHING looks smarter
than a beautifully tailored
blouse, whether it be of silk or
cotton. Youthful models in a
variety of styles, including
those of batiste, linen, pongee,
crepe de chine, or satin, are
here, and the prices are sur
prisingly low. They range from
$1.85 up to $10.00. This is go
ing to be a blouse season, and
you will want plenty of them,
so why not come in tomorrow
and make your selections while
our stock is so complete?
Bloui Shop Main Floor
In Brightest Colors
One's costume is not complete without one of
the beautiful bright colored scarfs. A splen
did array of these popular articles greets you
here in' every conceivable style and color .com
bination. Priced specially from $2.59 up.
Sweater Shop Main Floor'
' for around the home
Rare and beautiful colors have
been delightfully blended in
these dainty dresses for house
and porch wear. The styles have
a variety as wide as the designs
are different. Becoming effects
for the stout woman are included
in this biggest showing of en
tirely original cotton dresses.
And the important part of them
is their prices, which- are ex
tremely low, ranging from 76c
Houae Drei Shop Main Floor
For the Little Cirls
COATS and OA PES
Cunning square cut raglan models that
are splendid for utility wear, tailored
' models, and dressy capes and coats suit
able for best. Many are pocketed and
buttoned with all the care characteristic
of women's coats. The season's most
popular materials are found here. Priced
from $8.75 up. " '
For the Little Women
Daintily made of different youthfully
colored materials in silk, georgette, and
wash materials. Bits of wool embroid
ery on pongees, fluffy ruffles and tucks
on the georgette. Ribbons, embroidery
and flowers on others are some of the...
delightful features of the dresses. Prices
are from $1.75 to $29.75.
Cirls' Shop Second Floor