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TUG DEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. APRIL IS. IKS.
College Club Card Party.
. Alpha Phi worily u rtimtd
four uilfi hr the Omaha Coltrgc
club bcnriit card part and l Wtd.
nridav aitrrnoon, 2J0 o'clotlc in th
Hrandm grill room. Among othrri
lto have wide reservation are;
.MfwJamta Ucurg Joilyn, C. N
;'f' J. J. Hanighsn. T. L. Davi.
i. A. Kocdrr. thrl Wyinan,
.Untr i, 1'ixion. John V. Killin
V l Alift Abbott, Harold
V'iktu. .v j'. l-eii, tharlei Kirich
hraun, Alfred Munger, the Miei
tiertrude Mom. Marian Hamilton,
tannic I- Griffith, lone C. Dully and
n nut uamnion.
1 he commit ire in chart of the f
Uir inc Me Medmf A. K, Mead",
narvey .-sewpranrh, thru Horn, II
i. n'rg'ju'H. f. a. Hudson. I rank
lm Shotwell, Bryce Crawford and
Mr. Jame Pahlman. Ticket are ft
and may be obtained from member
oi the committee or at the door on
dneday. Proceed will be added
to the irhoUrnliip fund. The affa
ii i pen to the public.
The marriage of Mis Elizabeth
McDermott. daughter of Mr. Mary
MrDermott, and Robert D. Crorier
took place Monday momma at St,
John's Catholic church. Kev. Fita
Oeoree Dineen officiating. The brid
wore a three-niece itiit of brown
poiret twill and a hat of blue. Her
coraae wai of Ward roe.
Her iier. Mis C lara McDermott
who wai bridesmaid, wore a mit of
dark blue with hat to match and
r pink roe.
William Byeri acted a brt man
and Henry Moore ang. The cere
muny a followed by' a wedding
breakfast at the McDermott home,
Mr. and Mr I. Crozier will nail
April 26 for Glasgow. Scotland,
where they will visit the parent of
the groom, Mr. anq Mr. Jamei Lro-
zier. I'pon their return in July they
win retuc, in umana.
Dinner (or Wedding Party.
Mr. and Mr. C. W. Hamilton. r..
entertained at dinner at their home
Monday evening in honor of Miss
Helen Smith and her fiance, Phillip
I.ovfll of Boston. The guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crit
tenden Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Hamilton, jr.. Mrs. Wallace D. Lov
ell of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Offutr,
Mine Eleanor Burklev. Marion
Hamilton. Mary Luke of New York,
Virginia Wright of New Yor, Doro
thy Batrhelder of Boston, Esther
Smith, Messrs.' Milton Darling. J.
Huntington Smith, Harry Burkley,
Floyd Smith, jr.. Casper Offutt,
Morse Palmer. Robert A. Howe
Francis Gaines, and Grdrge. E. Ham,
tlton of Washington, D. C., fiance of
Miss Marion Hamilton.
Parties for Lincoln Junior League.
Among those who attended the
Lincoln Junior League Revue Mon
ay evening will be Mesdamrs T. L.
Davis, Ralph Peters, Glenn Wharton,
Henry Bohling, Jack Webster. Law,
rence Brinker and Missei Daphne
r.nd Gladys Peters. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Clarke and Mr. and Mrs,
George Redick will attend he Tues
day evening performance. Mrs.
Walter Roberts will also co down
tor one 01 ine penormances.
Mrs. Allison to Go East.
Mrs. C. C. Allison has vacated her
home and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Morsman will take possesion of it
immediately. Mrs. Allison i leav
ing about the middle of May to visit
Mrs. J. B. Allison, mother of the
late Dr. Allison, at Hillsborough. 0.
Kroin here she will go to new York
to visit Miss Nora Brown, formerly
of Council Bluffs. Mrs. Allison will
return to Omaha about the middle
of July. Hereafter, when here, she
will reside at Rosemere Lodge, the
Allison country place near Calhoun,
Mrs. Samuel Kats will entertain
at a family dinner of 25 covers, Tues
evening at the Blackstone in honor
nC U.m rami.., Mr. William Rnth.
D. A. R.
j M. Gruenther has returned from
a stay at Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Homer Gruenther spent Easter
with relatives in Platte Center, Neb".
T. J, Hatman and George Bohman
left Sunday for the east to be gone
about two weeks.
A son was born Saturday at Stew
art Maternity hospital to Mr. and
Mrs. James Cjrill of Gretna.
Mrs. Eugene Bryan and Miss
Pauline Bryan of St. Paul, Minn.,
ire guests at the D. R. Mills home.
Mrs. Walter Schroeder and daugh.
ter, Frances Ellick, leave May 1 for
Chicago where they will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Shoul Rips announce
the birth, of a son, Norman, on Sun
day, April 16, at Stewart Maternity
Hugh Millard sails April 22 for
France. His marriage to Miss Mary
T title. Ta T?Iim- will -al nf in
Paris in May.
Mrs. Fannie Osborne and son, John
Robert, of 'Omaha, are visiting Mrs.
Osborne's mother, Mrs. C. A. Dct
weiler of Lincoln. .;
Miss Mary Richardson of Lincoln,
who has been- spending the week end
with Mrs. M. F. Funkhouser, re
Miss Agnes Finnigan has returned
from Lincoln, where she attended
the annual banquet of Iota Sigma Pi,
honorary chemistry sorority, Satur
Misses Mary McQueeney and
Reka Murray of Kansas City, juniors
at Duchesne College of the Sacred
Heart, have returned to their respec
tive homes for the Easter holidays.
Miss Martha Moir of Birmingham,
Ala., arrives Wednesday and will be
rt the R. C. Teters home until after
the wedding of Miss Geraldine Hess
ond Douglas Peters. She will be
Cne of the bridesmaids.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Easthara
have returned from Denver, where
their marriage took place Wednes
day. Mrs. Eastham was formerly
Miss Frances Jones of this city. Mr.
Eastham is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Eastham of Lincoln,. ,
. Direct Primarv
Mr. William .V. Reynold of Win.
tOll-Salem. X. C chairman of the
international relations committee of
the National Daughter of American
Revolution, is a candidate fur the
ofVire of president general of the D.
A. K. Mr. Reynold is well (juali
fied for the oflice, a she ha been
active hi U. A. K. affair for many
yearn and has served as chapter
regent, state vice regent. state reaent
and national vice president general.
ine national meeting of the I. A.
R. will be held in Washincton. D. C.
Tht Surprising Almnt Ki
Korctd en Midi.
Trll Woman's Clul Mmts
nifitt Afoot In Kfstor? ("oti.
Women ie lomi to lr uyt.
sented pwr the pte.rnt ilnrii ri. Katier I bcitaied after Ihr name
mary )tem tl electioit." aid R. II, f t,tf c4rer t4me my ,4k of per-
norii, uKiiiiiriigriu vi i nc jmro- u.iiig my little tiuid tnat her 04SSI
poliun water board, who explained 4 not on to be krpt, ihe more
the method ft duvmiij ctndfUttt by dmibtful felt wf the tputeome.
direct primane and the old earnm- Kane iokfd " hrdly.
tion teni st a mctmg the uu- Vc. Mcci Grham. Yet you
titital and social science department ut 14 tell me? You'd better PU
of the Omaha Woman' t tub Mon- r,t nvetk or you get do cold fret,
day afternoon in the V. V. C. A. ready. und no hot vater bait bandy."
"I ndcr the pretctit tcm every pre- j trugglcd for my d'gmty. loot
cinct i rrpffeiitrd by a committee hutIely and ee inytctf up lo
omanaitdaconimittrcni4ii,Mhe t Ki,itti Uutlitrr. With her new
plained. " I here it a wa cment afoot wor,j 4g grafted UHn her old
to abandon the pretext method and world idiom, Katie i a ure cure
return to the old convention yteni. for ul)0m 0 guy pne, ave coil
which wa done aiy with in lu7 ,rmi grouch,
became of abu.ei, Mr. Howell When I wiped mv eye, and IcmjV-
cunn. 'ine lomriuwn yncm iir, at taiu, he wa pearming
imply a game aui 1 conironea uv,gt me joyou.ly
My Marriage Problems
Ade! Carrlaoa'l New I'bxc vf
"REVELATIONS OF A- WIFE"
I f i lt l I'k'l'l.l ! Mid.
t iiinii irluf Itutlimit iiitij brr rvr
' I ;) tU 111 Mri C'nd-rihii, N.'l
ill," he iiniriidcd linly, ''but t"ir
linij But ltd ink her iioiiiiti.
kti irtl tmi iinliiiii. 1 till iiritlliuf
caue I '(raid tl Uw ot my church?" j ti,,,?"
lh aid liiaguiriiently. "Of nun.e, Kat'i.'' I auued read-
-What, tliru, Katie.'" I aknl. be- i'v. b" o mY
!iihit j uHit I n il Mrr.i. t il-! lur.i Jrnt ,, ll.p U!e 11 an 4'i.ir
.m 1 t .... . ..Aa.MAAMA . . AlkM4SaAA
. vvn Ul tr." I Mid. bm lUvrcUf); M' 1-uU I. An lc. MflW Y IjULuil 111 LiIllAO
4. ti bewildered tl'tf 4tH4lcdUi.)j,lia. rae.ut.ve fci.'Urv; Mi. C. v
1 W, Suiiirll. nfni-(H 'l Hi iii-
14 atMiiUtuiii. iO"l lic iitriJrii!i
For Miss DuPont.
Mis DuPont. star of "Foolibli
Wives," now running at the Bran-
deis," will be entertained bv Mis
Vemclle Head, at luncheon Tuesday
at the Omaha club. Saturday eve.
ning she was honor guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Moshier Col
petzer. Other hostesses for her
here have been Mrs. J. M. Baldridgc
and Miss Helen Walker.
Business Women's League.
The "Round Up and Rodeo" pro
gram to be given under direction of
the Stock Yards and Packing House
group of the Business and Profes
sional Women's league Wednesday
evening, 6:15 o'clock will be held in
the ball room of the Fontenclle hotel
instead of the palm room as an
To Summer in Country.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creighton
Allison leave June 1 to spend the
summer months at their home, Rose
mere Lodge, near Calhoun. Miss Jo
sephine Congdon and Carl Paulson,
who are to be married in June, have
leased the Allison home from June
until September 1, at which time Mr.
and Mrs. Allison will return to town.
Harmony Dancing club will hold
its second dance of the season at
Keep's academy Thursday, April 20.
There will be a bazar and carnival
held at the same time.
A luncheon will be given in the
church parlors Friday by the Aid
society of the Central United Pres
byterian church. A rummage sale
til follow on Saturday.
high inter!, tuih a railroad and
bank," the pkrr explained. it
it not a representation of the people,
but of a cla, and the ticket are
generally 'lixed' before thj conven
tion." said Mr. Howell
"The ivn of caudate we uet to
day are nut a good a tho-e picked
under the convention ytcm," the
speaker stated. "Under the direct pri
mary vtni you' have the power in
your hands and should keep it there
if you want an rITective and oHicial
repreentation,' Mr. Jlcwcii am m
Mr. Thoina R. Jonc wa re
elected leader of the department at
the annual biuiue meeting preced
ing Mr. Howell's talk. Mr. J. H.
Duinout and Mr. Draper Smith were
tboken assistant leader. Mr. J. M.
WeUhan. tecrelary; Mr. John U
Niedertt, treasurer, and Mr. John
Veier, chairman of courtesies com
Junior League Seat
Sale Is Open
Mr. Glenn C. Wharton, chairman
fif the ticket committee for the Junior
league revue, to he given for three
performances at the Brandei theater
May 12 and announces tnat me
ticket sale opens Tuesday, April 18.
The price of tickets for the evening
performance will range from $150
to $1.50 and the matinee from ?2 to
73 cents. Check should be made
navahle to Mrs. Wharton and mailed
to her at 604 South Thirty-seventh
street. She announces that scats
will be allotted strictly in the order
of receipt of application. Tickets
will not be sold at the theater until
Assisting on her committee Mrs.
Wharton has Mesdamcs T. L. Davis.
Walter Roberts, Clyde Koedcr and
, The price per plate for the supper
dance at the Brandcis restaurant Fri
day night and the Athletic club Sat
urday night following the perform
ances will be J.J.5U. Mrs. carton
Millard is chairman of this commit
tee. Reservations for these supper
dances may be made direct with the
Brandeis restaurant or the Athletic
Planning European Trip.
The Harry V. Burkley family are
planning to spend the' coming sum
mer touring fcurope. it win De ine
first trip abroad to be made by Miss
bleanor Burkley, who is a junior at
Duchesne college, ihe was an Ak
Sar-Ben maid of last fall and will be
maid of honor at the wedding of
Miss Helen Smith on Wednesday
Would-Be Hostess: A novel
Idea for a May day refresh
ment, - one which' I have given
before, is to serve tht ice cream in
th smallest size flower pots. Line
ths pots with olltd paper. Us
chocolate ice cream, to give the ap
pearance of dirt, or. If vanilla is
used, sprinkle cocoa on the top.
Wrap In oiled paper the stem of a
flower, daisy, apple blossom, or any
kind obtainable, ana insert ' in tno
center of the Ice cream. Cookies in
flower shapes could be served with
this, making a most attractive
I am repeating for your, benefit a
Mav basket story
A Mav party may be given lor a
year-old child on his birthday by
using spring blossoms tor decora
tions, with a sprig tucked in the in-
itations, Oh come, let us play on
the 15th of May; a basket all new
will be waiting for you." - -
bach arriving guest will nave
pinned on him a paper basket, while
on the table is a decorated market
ing basket in which is a pink and
white cake with kewpie dolls around
it. At each place have pretty home
made baskets with lunch of sand
wiches, -cakes and gay napkins in a
seven shape. Trimmed paper cups
may contain ice cream or candy,
while ice cream may have a spoon
ful of pink on top. In each basket
are pictures suggestive ot spring-
seeds, garden tools, rubbers, flowers,
vegetables, umbrellas, fislipoles; etc.
which the children will search
over the rooms for a duplicate of the
object on . their pictures. When
found, attached to each is a simple
gift, perhaps a package of flower
seed. Children may guess names of
flowers, vegetables, grain, birds, etc.,
cut from catalogues, or guess from
descriptions given by each other.
A unique way is to hang baskets
of lunch on clothes line, outdoors,
while simple rhymes-or games lead
children to them.
A Friend Writes "Distracted Girl."
Dear Miss Fairfax: The letter
from the "Distracted Girl" interested
Dear girl, you are only one of the
thousands who think they have
found their Romeo. From the way
you told about this man, who claims
to be engaged to another, is acting,
I should Judgs him not worthy of
any girl's love.
He no doubt, like all men, thinks
they have a little of what we call
"devil" In them and they must be
heart-breakers like all of us read
about in the redback books.
Girls, if you could only realize
the true value of a "one-woman
man," the kind that prefers a cozy
home, two chairs in from of a fire
place with only the light from the
Are to brighten the room, Instead of
a brilliant lighted dance hall. .
Don't throw yourself away on the
first man that comes your way, but
keep yourself good, clean and sweet
for the real man in your life.
No doubt you will think this writ
ten by an old maid, but its far from
It. I am 19 years old and in college,
and am beginning to realize what
our mothers teach us from childhood.-
Don't think' I'm a man hater
either, because I'm going to be mar
ried this summer. But gifls, do be
careful, artd make yourselves worthy
of a good man, and you will get one.
A FRIEND TO EVERYONE.
' M. B. D.: You enclose a stamp
for reply, but do not give me your
name. A combination of exercises
and diet will help to reduce you.
Some people are naturally. Inclined
to stoutness and all they can do Is
to keep off superfluous fat. Diet to
the point of malnutrition is a very
bad thing. Any system of diet ought
to be carried on under a physician's
advice. A vigorous system of exer
cise will do ' much for one, and
I judge would be all you would re
quire, since you are not greatly over
weight. Use judgment in your eat
ing, cutting down on starches and
fats and omitting cream and butter
and other fats as much as possible.
Eat lightly at noon. The average
weight for one your age and height
Is ISO pounds.
Hot itoot." he aid approving
ly. "I like you laugh. You not laugh
mooch dec day."
1 quickly eued the opportunity
the had unwittingly given me.
-So. Katie," I aid soberly. I
haven't felt much like laughing late
ly for there is a ."at danger hanging
over u." . .
I purposely made my word and
inannrr a melodramatic a pouiblc,
knowiiiif Katie'a melodrama-loving
1011I. Beide, I alved my con
science with the thought that
ger to the country uch a Lillian
deemed the plot in which Smith and
Katie' perecutor were figuring wa
indeed a danger to u ah.
"What Then, Katie?"
"Oh, Meci Graham!" Katie'
horror-widened eye, her paling flush,
thowed the imnreioit 1 had made.
"Vot cc cet. und you vant me to
1 In komeiine?"
I put my hand over her.
"Vc. Katie. I do want you to
do something." 1 aid slowly, "and
yet 1 do not like to ask you. I want
to explain something to you first.
I hesitated, and Katie moved im
"Go ahead. Shoot!" she said, almost
upsetting my gravity again, so abso
lutely unconscious w as she of any of
inter utr.iiiKt decorum.
"In this country," I began slowly
ln not consider that an oatli
taken under duress what I mean is,"
I amended hastily, with a thought for
Katies imitations, "a swear tnai
somebody makes you swear, threat
eninn to kill you if you don't is not
binding. 1 ou don t nave to Keep n
vim run break it and tell if VOU wan
to. and I don't think your church
would call tt a sin either.
Katie's face had. lost all its color
and had taken on a grayish pallor,
and as I finished she threw up her
head, while a look of scorn flashed
into ber eves.
"You think." she choked, "dot I
keep dot swear, dot I let Jeem go
avay, tinkmg sooch tings by me. be
N. T. to Cherbourg and Southampton
MAI ir.TA.MA Aor. 25 May IS Jun
AUt'lTANIA Mar S Marts June IS
BKRKNUABI. . . .Mar 39 Jane SO July 11
N. T. to Plymouth cnarimurs namoura;
f AROMA 'Mar IS June 17 July
SAXONIA Mayiirfniy iaoi
V T tn rnnh rOmemtown I at Liverpool,
NCYTHIA (new)... Apr. t May St June II
SAMARIA (newK.Jiina 7 July 5
N. y. to Londonderry and dlaigow.
CAMKROMA Mar S June Jnly
COLUMBIA Mar 17 Juneti July I J
ALI.ERIA Jons 1 Jnly IS Ans. Z
IS. X. to uinraitar, napiea, rairaa,
Dubrovnik and Trieste.
ITALIA . .'. June 3
Boston to Londonderry, Liverpool ana
ASSYRIA May M July Sept. 15
Boston to Queenstown and Liverpool.
SAMARIA (newt Mar
LACON1A (new).. .May SI JuneSI July to
Montreal to Olssrow.
ASSANDRA May 5 June June SO
SATI RMA May 19 Jane IS July 14
ATHENIA "June S3 Julytl Ana-, IS
Also calla at Movuie, Ireland.
Apply' Company' Local Astf. Everywhere
5oothinq nd HeaJinq
That's the point!
Almost the moment
this gentle ointment
touches the sick
cwd healing begins
A tested skin treatment
For safety all druggists
The town is fidl of it!
The pic went cut vf her ryv and
the hung her head.
"Never mind y," lic said ulteiity.
"Den Dot All Right.
I waitd! batilfd, tr a minute,
wondering how lr! lo irame an
other apptal la her, whin j
sUrttlrd to re Iter throw her arm
attote her head in getur of wild,
de. pairing abandon. lie held that
ponure for a few evoud, then
brought lier hand down, striking
them shandy tca-rtht-r in a teoture
which prllrd some determination!
fre.hly ukrn, I
-ot is dee ting you vaut uir to
ftreak my wear lrf ' he akcd.
"Something going hurt you and dot
babee ,or something Mecsi L'ndrr
"If the thing happens nhirh Mr.
Underwood (cars, and ..hicli the
want to hnd out about and stup, it
will hurt Junior and all ot tit," I aid
Katie stared at me wildly for a
mine, and I saw that lie poor I.e.
wildered brain wa struggling with
some problem for whone tuture 1
could not guex.
"1 no ruve to tell you den about
my iwear,' she said at last. "Let
!iiiinj .tiMioiimmi ironi irtu)ing
Urlf. Why my luile ituid, Uhmi
wlm.e al'koliite dntitiun t me and
ronlidrnce in me I had awa frit
tilled, tlumld pirfcr In giif brr revel
at un la l.illuu jitetrad uf iiiydl was
a iuteiy indeed.
He lW-r LuuUitu TAe
If v.'if l tu-ii,iiJ
(alii.'riet , .i-l -ai'1'fiii r
ii riot t i-"-' 'ur
IHOUltl e) t-l-'V. hi-'h I-Villi--) Oil
ehntiltj I4t,a tllit 'I Ul
ir. i:.ilV uii T.tlt a
auliiiiiitf l.-r aliinu I Hia lire-
Manoil luilllll"ii "( III . itiy, Uugli- j iiri! t-r ir. t:jai4 fur IT )iai
lr uf Mr. and Mu, C, VV. Ilauiil-ief Mu-tt
lMi tf j lr. LJumrf' Oli' Table's sis a
ii.it e lij. b.en set f.tr llie ueil-1 I'urfls" lUfUW mi.itiininit lnlel
j:.. ft. . ' i ' . . "Mb 'H '. Vmi will kiuV Ihrm
m. vi . I... ...... u . - t r uh rof
Tn a ! r, I'Iiik nrigm
m-l ihaplri. (line ir now r w'1''
Cbtfplirs vl I'. I t III t'in.!i4
Dinner (or Mr, Hamilton. '
Mi. Iti-lrii liiie wi! riiluU-il
at dinner U'rdiieday tstinvt rum ,
(limeitury Iti lite I., Jjiuiiton j
of Wa.hmgiuu. D. I . tun i-e id Mi.
New Chapter of P. 0. E.
Mr. HUmhe (Inn we wa elected
prcfidrtit nl L'liapter 1 . 1. of the I.
Ii, O. i-!erhoid. a new chapter or
ganized Saturday aiternoon at the
home of Mr. L. K. Caldwell. Mr.
Leili Srai.iin wa chosen vice
president; Mi, l'tlul lUikley. te
coidiue tecirtarv: Mrs. May Cald
well, rrtrtetpnnduig accrelary; Mr.
Mlizubeth Wright, treasurer: Mu.
France f'r.iuci.-, chaplain, and Mr.
Hael lirown, guard.
The initiation wa conducted by
ofticer of Chapter I"-. Mr. J. h.
Hryant, president, aitcd bv Mr.
Nellie Grantham of Kearney, Mate
orgauirer; Mr. Oia Haird, first vice
former Ak ar-tni iirinu. iu
g'sduatrd fmni Uiuln-inr cotlege l
the 4itcl lleati. Mr. JUm liou at-
lleitdi'd tienigetiiwii iinitrr'lv in
; WailntiKioii, Hi. fiauire wa a
debutante of P.H.
licorse CriHik W, K. C. will nuet
Tuesdity morning at the Child
iug in.titiuc to cw.
yt, mi piinpli-a, foxltng of bii"
amy it iiiIiuih 1)11) uu wuM
gel at His i'Siiw.
, I'r i;iwjriia' uuvs Tuiia s-i on
I Hi liirr kint fiuwrl Ilk lal.mial
! il hat lm tlaiicritiu lli-r ertafiis,
I Tti. y (4ii H10 bile aul utrriume
iin.lipiHi'ii T. uii" r two nisru
Iv iiiul lima tlm -l-liitf fulla Mil
I a i-f lnr mi a.il. annually at
liiu a nil 3h.
Dear Mii True: What kind of a vine would you uKget for the
porch. A It LAD bit.
The honeysuckle or - oodbine is an otd and popular vine for a
porch. It need plenty of tun. The honeysuckle has fragrant llowcri
red, yellow and while. It would make an excellent vine for a porch.
Wistaria ii a useful climber, and a favorite with a great many peo
ple. It is not so fresh and tidy as the honyesuckle. Wistaria needs good
soil and plenty ct sunshine: if encouraged to twine will grow to good
height. 1'urple or white flowers among masses of green make it a
desirable porch vine.
Bittersweet is a iiardy climber and cannot be loo highly recom
mended, liven the common morning glory is excellent for perch
climbers. It grows, more popular as an annual cliinhrr. Several new
varieties are to be found. The morning glory attains a height to IS
feet. It bloom till front.
i-we flnnlii Arrive Qtir-ga
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Chicago Special .... 6:00 p.m. 7:25 a.m.
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WrHICH flour would
you choose for your
bread? Fancy short patent?
Of course. So have the
makers of BETSY ROSS.
The grade of flour used
in bread is left entirely to
the bakers conscience, with
the result that bread may be
made from inferior grades
costing $1.50 to $3.00 less
than the best and mas
queraded as being of the
BETSY ROSS standards
demand a full measure of
the finest grade, short
patent flour, with the result
that this loaf is supreme in
quality, flavor, texture,
color and food value. And
cheapest food you can buy.
The best way to make
sure of the highest stand
ard flour in bread is to
say Betsy Ross to your
The Jay Burns Baking Company