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THE EKE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 17. VJS:
Society Listen. World!
Imitation have htm i,trd to tltr
wrd4 ng vt Mia Kattiin Jlowey cl
llratriie to Mrlviti Hfkin of Onuhi
which will Jake puce at b ocukk tnr
. .hIhu f ttiu at ill tlAIHC nf
her parmi, Mr. and Mr. I'rrdrrick
II, Howry, tn iicatricr. ajim iry
hsl nf Wvniorr. a ttudent
it the university and a member of
.Delta Caroms. Mitt Mowry I oror
ity, will be maid of honor, l.arle
Howry, brother of the bride, will act
a bct nun. Mr. Hrkint Iramlor
llratnre May 21.
Honor Ovrras Girl.
, The Oversea Irifiue met for
' a dinner last evening at the Fonte-i-rlle.
uhen the honor guest was
: Mi.t Anne Bailey, who has just re
turned from four yean ot overeai
work with the Ked Cross. A num
her of affairs have been given for
Miss Uailey, who hat jut announced
her engagement to I'aul II aim, a
Chicago man, whom the i to marry
r in I'arii in July.
l.at Saturday Miss Lora Tower
I and Mis Alice Tower entertained
! at tea for her and Tueday the
' wai the guest of Mr. D. J. Duggan
at a luncheon at the Burgess-Nash
'. tea room. Wednesday Mrs. Thilip
' McArdle will give a luncheon in her
honor. Miss Bailey leaves Friday
for Minneapolis, where she will
prnd a month with her parents be
fore returning to Franre.
For Chicago Visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bohling; of
Chicago are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Davis. Mrs. Davis will
give a luncheon at her home Wed
nesday for Mrs. Bohling and Mrs.
Henry Bohling will entertain at
luncheon for her Friday. Wednesday
evening the Bohlings will be the
guests of Mrs. Tom Davis at din
ner, and Friday Mr. and Mrs. M.
C. Peters will entertain for them.
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Davis will entertain a party at the
opening of the Country club in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bohling.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Entertained.
Frank Judson entertained at
luncheon at the Omaha club Mon
day noon for Samuel Cooper of Se
wickley. Pa. Mrs. Cooper was honor
guest Tuesday at a luncheon given
by Mrs. Henry Wyman. Last even
cntcrtaincd for the Coopers at din
ner and bridge. Mrs. C. A. Hull
will be hostess at a luncheon Thurs
c'a for Mrs. Cooper.
Disabled Relief Society.
There will be a board meeting of
the Society for the Relief of the. Dis
abled Friday at 12:30 at the Brandeis
tea room. Plans will be discussed
for the summer camp at Bellevue
for convalescent children. They hope
to erect temporary buildings and
have a nurse in charge for the summer.
Problems That Perplex
Religion and Love.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am to be
married to a man of different re
ligion and therefore would inquire
whether I should stand by my re
ligion (in the case of probable chil
dren) and bring them up in my re
ligion, or should they be brought up
in hie religion? We have disputed
about this. Now, Miss Fairfax, I don't
think a man is considered a man
when he interferes with auch a
minor subject. Do you? I love this
man dearly, but there is this draw-
Enlighten me. do. Miss Fairfax,
regarding above; also please give
your opinion as to whether you really
think this man loves me when such
a trifle causea continual disputes.
Religious beliefs are not minor
questions. Our creeds and doctrines
are part of us. But a fine faith
ought to recognize the righteousness
of all honest high-minded belief,
f Unless a man can live and let live
f and unless the man and woman can
'reach a basis of mutual respect and
understanding they haven't much
rhance of happiness together. The
mooted question is not trifling but
a grave issue. It can be met only
'when the two concerned have toler
ance and understanding. If faith
means everything to the man, and
Sis a trifle to the girl, that in itself
Is a stumbling block. A serious,
generous discussion may bring the
ftwo closer, but unless they can un
derstand what is in each other's
hearts what is the use of their so-called
love? , '
1 Is She Trifling? ' '
- Dear Miss Fairfax: May I also
ibeg for some advice? I was going
J with a girl 38 years old, and I am 45.
41 met her at a dance and fell in love
'with her two days later. She told
j-me she loved me also, a month ago.
JBut I found she was in the habit of
flying about herself. But I still loved
Jher Just the same. I gave her some
money to get a present for her
'self. But I had $2 in change coming
"back to me. I never got it, and she
never said anything about it to me.
Is she dishonest?
V She does not show her love for
i me like I do for her, only when she
- -a r,tm n am to KhnW Of daTlCfi. and
she don't wait for me to ask her; she
f Just says I want to go. we were
1 engaged to marry, but she broke it
j off lately and still wants to be en
; gaged to me.
a. x gave ner ine vugageiiicui nn8.
1 1 have caught her lying to me lately.
(What do you think is the trouble
;with her now? But she told me
: they were all lies and not to believe
fthem. But I know they are the
t truth, as I have Investigated same
' for some time Just to find the truth.
' I know now for sure she is telling
I lies to me. But she wants to go with
ime just the same. She wants me
i to get her this and that,
f Don't you think she is fooling with
ime? I don't believe she loves me,
do you? HEARTBROKEN.
I From the meager information you
have given me I would say the
i woman is not sincere: that she goes
with you merely for the good times
i you afford her, and for the' presents
! you get her. and the change which
she keeps. If you love her sincerely,
in spite of all this, there is still a
chance for your happiness. Patience
and kindness may soften her to deal
more fairly with you. I am guess
ing that she has had experiences
' which have embittered her until now
i she has no scruples, about taking
what she wants when she can get it.
Be kind to her. but don't be simple
minded about it. ,
A Reader: I think you did not do
wrong to write your boy friend, but
I would not write him again without
,. receiving a reply.
Looped ribbon with hemstitching
makes a very attractice bodice and
sleeve trimming. Have two rows
of hemstitching, two ineJics apart,
down the front of the bodice and
middle of the sleeves. Decide on the
width of ribbon you with to ue (two
inches is a nice width), then cut
throuKh the hemstitching on each
side for a length a trifle more than
the width of the ribbon. (Cutting
through the stitching forms picot
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slits. Have three graduated loops
on each tide. Three inches below
make slits on each side and run thtf
ribbon through. Continue in this
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To Attend Lincoln Wedding.
Russell Funkhouser left Tuesday
for Lincoln, where his marriage to
Miss Mary Richardson will take
place next Saturday. His mother,
Mrs. Millard Funkhouser, will go to
Lincoln Friday. Other Omahans
who will attend the wedding are the
Messrs. and Mesdames H. R. Thom
as, Robert B. Vance. W. J. Biownell,
C. C. Buchanan, Herbert Negcle,
Webb Richards, Charles W. Welsh
and the Messrs. Fred Cotter, Allan
Higgins and George Welsh.
League to Bring Stuart Walker.
The Drama league has announced
that it will sponsor "The Story of
Job," 'which will be presented by
Stuart Walker next January at the
Brandeis theater. Walker considers
this play his greatest dramatic
achievement. A reduction on tickets
will be made to all members of the
St. Barnabas Men's Club.
The Men's club of St. Barnabas
parish will meet in the parish rooms
on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
This will be a social gathering, at
which refreshments will be served
and Father McMillen of Lincoln will
speak on his very interesting work
among the students of the University
of Nebraska. -
Mrs. W. M. Jeffers is expected
home from Kansas City Saturday.
Mrs. Waite Squier of Chicago has
been spending a few days in Omaha.
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Lindquest have
moved into their new home at 119
South Fifty-first avenue.
i:.. TT.l iitii i' .
ivuss ncicu vvamcr CApetis miss
Mary Kingsbury of Great Falls,
wuiu., iur a viau cai ijr ill j uiic.
Miss Marguerite Duggan of Sioux
City is visiting Miss Kan Murphy.
She will return home Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Jonas and
daughter, Mary Elizabeth, have re
turned from a trip to Washington
and New York.
i' Mrs. Philip Nathan and her daugh
ter, Esther, left last Saturday for St.
Joseph and Excelsior Springs. They
will be gone several weeks. '
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kingsbury and
Mr. . and Mrs. Carlton Magoun of
Sioux City, la., who motored to
Omaha Saturday for the Junior
League Revue, returned home Mon
day. Mrs. Kingsbury is president of
the Sioux City JunioV league and
Mrs. Magoun is directing a benefit
entertainment to be given by . the
Sioux City Junior league Saturday
evening in the ballroom of the 'Mar
tin hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury
and Mr. and Mrs. Magoun were the
week-end guests of E. C. Eppley at
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New Potatoes, QO
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Steak, per lb.
Bacon, per lb.
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My Marriage Problems
Adele Garrison ' New Thaaa of
"REVELATIONS OF A WIFE"
What Tom Chester Had to Tell Lil
lian and Madge.
I realized now one reason for Lil
lian's unusual loquacity. She general
ly is mot taciturn when engaged
upon any problem of her work. But
the explanation the had jut given
showed ine that there was a good
hour of waiting before he would be
ure enough of the return to oluuiber
of the Ticer family in the neighbor,
ing'iarmhouic to rik young Tom
Chester's nocturnal expedition to the
roof for the salvaging of Smith's
And she is a good enough P!.ychol-
ogit to know the tension which
silence gives the nerves. Mic wished
the young exservice man to have
steady nerves for his crawl on the
roof with the darkness only illum
inated by a flathlicht, winch he must
keep as much concealed as posiblc.
Therefore, she meant to talk about
anything or nothing until the hour
passed, and expected me to abet ner
"J'll admit I was a little bit up in
the air when Jerry brccred in," Lil
lian went on. "You sec, he was over
here in an incredibly short time
and the sketchiest of toilets. Being
an ingenious youth where saving
toil is concerned, he has made a path
across the fields near the edge of the
fence where the ploughing will never
disturb -it. and he ridei his bicycle
arrot it whenever he makes the trip.
He ha attached an old automobile
headlight with a clever battery con
trivance to the front of the wheel so
he can come at breakneck p tce even
no the darkest nights. Bui i was on
i'in and needles for fear you'd drop
mM hc turned to Tom Cheler
"while he was here. And he hadn't
been gone hut two or three minute
until you did arrive."
Tom Chester smiled,
"You forget," he said b,oyihly,
"that Jerry'a headlight is not exactly
one hidden under a bushel. I heard
the shots, of course, and was hur
rying' down the road toward the
house, when I saw that light coin
ing along the fence. Naturally, I
kept under cover, as I came on, and
when 1 heard your voice, and knew
by its tone that no one was hurt. I
waited in the shadow of the hushes
until Jerry went away again. Lucky
I did, too, for Brcmiau came putting
along a few seconds later with the
news that a strange, tall boy in a
Mocking cap, sweater and knicker
bockers had come out of Brigg'i
ham on a bicycle and beaten it down
Smith Slips Away.
"Brcnnan." Tom Chester went on,
"had seen Smith go into the kitchen
a little earlier, and later had seen his
'shsdow u if uiidre(iug on the
curtain of the room above the ku
thru, whii h Wrennati, by threw J in
quiry, know to bt hi. The few
aeroiids Brennan lot in making up
I hi mind that the strange boy wa
i Smith in diguie were jut ruough
to let the frllow ! hiinelf m one
'of thore wood paths. 1 sent Bren
nan skirting around the fields to
that he would come into the orchard
from the tide away from the Ticrrt,
and instructed him to watch for
"Luck certainly was with him.
Tom-Chester smiled, "lit wa able
to pick up Smith's trail the fellow
evidently sprained or broke tome
thing in hit fall and wasn't able to
get back to the Bring, (arm in at
noirclcff fashion a he came over,
and Brennan said when Smith
mounted his bicycle his whispered
cussing wat enough to trare the
owls. I caught up with Brennan
after my talk with you. and we saw
Smith get back into Briggt' barn.
Then I beat it bark here, leaving
your inttructiont with Brennan. He
was ture cut up about having let
Smith slip, and tickled to death that
you permitted him to keep on with
the job. 1 think he expected to be
shot at tunrise or something like
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Tut not Myitis' I wasn't tempted
to order out the firing squad," I it
lun answered dryly. lui, on the
other hand, Ureniuu is good, faith
ful man, though he'll never be iatlrd
for s surpln of lnuunuti.ni, Tinker,
the other man, ran t work day and
night, and 1 can't spare ou. Mr.
I heeler, soit va Jlobson'e ihoiie.
And tlrriiuan Hill uoik twice as
hard because of stubbing his toe to
iii.ht. Mr. Smirh won't be able to
get away (or another try at us un
til I give the word,"
I stared at her in open-mouthed
astonishment, which added to itself
hit of chagrin w hen Lillian laughed
merrily at my face.
"I haven't quite none out of my
iitind, old dear," she said, "and I
don't blame you for not relishing the
idea nf receiving auoilitr call from
the gentleman. But it is absolute
ly necessary for him to get into his
noodle that we know him as Smith,
no matter what his disguite it is
also necessary for him lo be so
frightened that he will give this sec
tion wide berth when we release
him again. And I think 1 know the
man to put 'the fear' into him."
With a little quickening of my
pulses I guessed that she was speak
ing of Allen Drake, the brilliant
member of the diplomatic secret
ecrtict with whom Lillian frequent
ly had woikcd. and who was now
engaged with my father in some gov.
eminent investigation of such ire
nirudous Importance that Lillian had
furborn so far to send lor them,
ah hough upon tme occ asion at least
I knew that she had a uxinnns to
them written out, and had withheld
it irum the ti'Upiapn uuc at uu lusi ;
The other woik must be over or
lessening in tension if she contem
plated sending for them, and I could
hot help a ircl'nir whuh held auch
widely ililttring component as
pleasure, appirhriuiun, fascination
and distaste, when 1 thought of
Allen Drake oncj more a guest in my
Mull A'Ttlel'tl of IllMlltillg
School Girls It Arreetcul
. A i.,. .... siak his name and
atr as John 1 iti.tluii, 411, wat ar
rested yesterday afternoon under the
Twenty-seventh and lUncrolt streets
viaduct, lie is held for investiga
tion, lVliee alltee he ha been terror!
iiig and insulting girls on their way
tt tin' immaculate t. oiicritiou school
at Twrnty-foiiith and Haiurnit
strct-K Charts will be filed against J
liim this morning, police said. 1
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Continuing Till Stock Are Closed
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25 to 3313 REDUCTION
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