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'111L OMAHA SUNDAV Bhti: NOVKMUMlt 17, 1912.
Throw Away, the
YOU WON'T NEED It
any hiore, for here is a
makes rubbing clothes unnec
essary, it is the
which goes in your wash
boiler and pump3 five gallons
of sudsy, boiling water every
minute through and over; the
clothes. In twenty minutes
they come out snowy clean
without any back-breaking
rubbing at all..
Every housekeeper who
fises one of these wonderful
Washers work is anxious to
have on$ at .once. Half jie
women Who try the Washer
will .ot rest until their
friends also have the advant
age of its work-saving.
Come and see it demon
strated Price' is $2.8k " '
Develop Your Bust
Doing in the World
km - jkkkH
Ii 15 Days
I rlrm't cure
j- o u a r o ,
how old you
fallen u n d
the lines of
or how flat
Jh I can give
R ayof,t": Develop Bust New Way
f u 1 bust " -" ""
iiulckly, that will be the envy of your
fellow-women and will give you the al
lurenientH of a perfect womanhood that
will bo Irresistible.
They say thero Is nothing new under
the sun, but 1 have perfected a treat
ment that I want to share with my sis
ters. Wliut It did for mo It can and wlU
do for you, and I now offer It to you.
Others offer to build up your figure
with drugH. greasy skin foods, creams,
dieting, massage and expensive limtru
ii.tsnts and devices. X have done away
with all these injurious method and
havo given a legion of women a luxur
iant natural development by a treatment
never beforo offcrod the public. No mas
saging, nothing to take, nothing to wear.
Why he skinny, sorawny, flat ana
unattractive. I claim to he the
highest priced artist's model In the
United States, and what I did for
myself I can do for you.
1 don't caro what your age may he, I
nsk only that you be at least sixteen
and not an Invalid, and I will undertake
to develop your bust In two weeks. All I
ask is flvo or ten minutes of your time
WR1IE TO ME TODAY FOR MY TREATMENT
It will only, cost yon a penny for a
post card and Z will mall you this
wonderful Information in a plain
covor so that no one will know your
Don't let a false pride and a silly sense
of shame keep you from enjoying to tho
' full tho charms you should have to be a
perfect specimen of womanhood. Let
me help you. Your communication shall
be held in absoluto confidence and se
crecy. Writo mo today.
1325 Bick(u Artoi , Siile 2399, Ikiufi, 11L
There's only ONE person In
Omaha who knows ALL about
the nature and characteristics
of plumes and feathers and
that person is in our employ.
We clean feathers dye 'em;
recurl 'em; re-make Ostrich
plumes and old plumes Into
Birds of Paradise; Aigrettes;
Coque Feathers anything and
everything In the feather line,
will be handled correctly here.
And mind, you we use. NO
gasoline In feather cleaning;
our process la a far daintier
and surer one.
Just call up Tyler 845 and
ask for our "Feather Expert"
find out Just what may be
done for you and Just how
much Jt will cost. (Write for
list If you live out of town.)
2211-2213 Farnam Street.
PKOM1NENT vomtin In club
I a 1 circles In the city Is Mrs. John
I X I J- Stubbs. who was elected
S I nrrtutilfttit nf Mm nniutiu
Needlework Qulld, which held
Its annual meeting Thursday
morning nt Jacob's Hall. Mrs. Stubbs
has taken an active Interest In all club
affairs and has been an untiring worker
The Needlework Guild Is one of the so
cieties In tho city which does a. grout
deal for tho poor of Omaha and each
year at the annual meeting two garment
are brought by every member for distri
bution among tho poor. Nearly font
thousand garments this year were given
by tho members to be sent to tho differ
ent charities of tho city which profit by
the work of these women. Mrs. Stubb?
has been a member of the Qulld ,for many
years and tho Is most deserving of the
honor which the member havo be
stowed upon her.
Tho Dorcas club will meet at tho honu
of Mrs. M. M. Woodard, 2J65 Mundorson
street. Friday afternoon at 2:30.
Tho Oratory department of tho Omaha
Woman's club will meet Tuesday morning
at 10 o'clock at tho studio of Miss IJIIIhh
Pitch, who Is the, leader of tho depart
ment. Under the auspices of the Omaha
Women's Christian Temperance union, Mr.
John II. Hammond of tho National Purity
association will speak this evening nt the
Contral United Presbyterian church, at
8 o'clock. Invitations nro extended to
every ono, especially tho ladles.
The llteraturo department of the Omahi
Woman's club will meet Wednesday
morning at the club rooms at 10 o'clock
Mrs. W. I Heller will bo leader for the
day and will read a paper on tho French
drama. Mrs. Honry McDonald will give
a short biography of Kaclno and Mrs. A
D. Touza'ln will read a review of Racine's
play, "Thadra." Mrs. Frank Johnson
will give n biography of Corncllle nnd
Mrs. A. D. Bradley will reud a review of
"Tho Cld," by Cornellle.
Members of tho P. 12. O. society will
give an evening party nt tho home of
Mrs. Georgo B. Darr, Thursday evening,
when tho guests will be the H. I. L. so
ciety. Mrs. Darr will bo assisted by Mrs.
Bertha Lohnhoff, Mrs. J. A. Brj'ans, Mrs.
H. B. Cameron, Mrs. F. C. Newcomb
Mt s. D. W. McVey, Mrs. Minnie Lunn
hoff and Mrs. Thomas II. Matters.
Preparation Is being made for tho state
suffrage convention, which will bo held
hero tho first week In December. Every
effort is being made to make it one of
the most successful affairs of Its kind.
Tho program as at present outlined, In
complete and subject to change, is as
Wednesday, December 410 n. in., exec
utlvo meeting; JJ p. m., address of wel
come, greetings from other organiza
tions, president's address, conference of
publicity, with Mrs. J L. Claflln. Uni
versity Plnce, leader; 1 p. m., reception
and "Votes for Women" play nt Or
pheum; 8 p. m., addi esses by leading
Thursday, December 3 9:S0 a. m.. call
to order by president: appointment of
committees: reports of officers; reports
of rluhs; 11 a. in., conference on suf
frage literature, Dr. Emma Demaree,
Roca, leader; 2:30 p. m.. "What tho Ne
braska Suffrage Association and tho
Local Suffruge Clubs Havo Accom
plshed," Miss Mary H. Wlllams. Kcne
saw; "Glimpses of English Suffragists
and Suffragettes," Miss Helen Gregory,
Lincoln; "The New York Parade of May
4." Mrs. H. U. Wheeler, Lincoln: "Why
Should Wo Submit tho Question of
Woman Suffrage by Initiative Petition,
and When." W. L. Locke". Lincoln; 4 p.
m., conference on organization, Mrs.
Frank Harrison, Lincoln, leader; 8 p. m.,
speakers from out of state.
Friday, December 09:30 a. m., election
of officers; reading of resolutions, action
on minutes, adjournment.
There will be a meeting of tho directory
of tho Omaha Woman's club In their
rooms at 1:30 Monday afternoon.
Frederick Ames Stuff, associate pro
fessor of English language nnd llteraturo.
University of Nebraska, will give his next
lecturo at Unity church Friday evening,
November 22. Subject. "Bret Harte, Is It
Worth Whllo to Know Him?"
There will be ft regular meeting of tho
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
federation Wednesday afternoon nt 2:30
o'clock In the assembly room of the
Young Women's Christian association.
Tho Wycho Story' Tellers' league will
hold Its moetlng at the home of Mrs. E. A.
Holyoke, 38S3 Farnam street, Thursday
afternoon. Japanese stories will be told
by Miss Grace Lennon Conklln, Miss Ida
Crowell, Miss Margaret Glbbs and Miss
The West Omaha Mothers' Culture club
will meet at the home of Mrs. S. B. Diet
rick, 124 South Thirtieth street, Friday.
November 22, at 3 o'clock. The lesson for
the afternoon will be Bible Btories for
children. First on tho program will be a
love song, "Messiah apd Story," by tho
club. Paper, "What Everyone Loses by
Not being Familiar with Bible Btories,"
Mrs. P. T. Barber. Paper, "How to Use
the Bible with the Children," Mrs. R. C.
Dozler, General discussions follow these
papers by the club. Mrs. C. D. Hutchin
son will speak of children's Interest In the
Bible and Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson will read
a little sketch written by Theodore Roose
velt, "What Not to Do." Mrs. W. D,
Carmlchael will tell a story from tho Old
Testament, followed by one from tho New
Testament by Mrs. J, A. Hamilton. These
stories to be selected. Mrs. Blaine Trues
dell will give a piano solo.
The North Bide Mothers' olub will meet
at the home of Mrs. W. H. Dale, No, IS
Majestic apartments, Tuesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Dale will sive a short
illustrated talk on the Bhubert songs and
Mrs. G. E. BlKgerrow will rend a paper
on literature for children. . Thor will he
a general dlscuislon of the subjects on
The November meeting of the Women's
Club of Railway Mall Bervlc will be
held at the home of Mrs. (I, G, Whltinore,
4102 North Twenty-first street, nt 10
o'clock. The day will be spent sawing
for the Child Saving Institute, Lunch
eon will b sorved ut 1 o'clock, which
will be followed by a business meeting at
1 o'clock, The roll call wilL bs responded
to by ghost btories. The first dance of
the season wilt b given at the Homo
hotel Friday evening, November 22,
Visiting Miss Elizabeth Davis
MISS MARTHA M'CUT.LOCH. i
Clearing Sale of Linoleums
Big Values; Small Prices
'TM-IIS is the grand opportunity for Omaha house
wives who want linoleum to prepare their
homes for, the holidays. We are going to sell im
ported and domestic linoleums at big price reductions. The sale
starts Monday morning- and will not last long, we assure you,
because tho values are so great, that everyone who sees them will buy at onco.
Inspect some of tho values in our south window they really arc wonderful;
this is not simply talk. "Wo have tho goods to bnek us up in this sale. If. you
want in on it, Oomo Early. Hero are some of tho big values:
$1.85 Imported inlaid linoleum (extra fine qualitv) per
square yard $1.50
$1.65 best. Domestic inlaid linoleums, per square yard. .$1.25
The same qualities in smaller quantities enough for a
room, per square' yard 90c, 85c and 75c
65c Printed linoleums; (5 ft. wide; per square yard 35c
75c Printed linoleums; (5 ft. wide; per square yard 49c
85c Printed linoleums; (I ami 32 ft. wide, per square yard, ,59c
Splendid Oriental Rug Display on Second Floor
Miller, Stewart & Beaton
418-17 South Sixteenth Street
NEW PRESIDENT OF THE OMAHA
GUESTS ENLIVENING SOCIETY -
(Continued from I'ugo Two.)
Nielsen, Chr. Pcdorscn, C. ICJoUlgnanl,
H, Knuilsen, C. Clausen, C. Horcnsen, J.
Clirlstensi-n, A. Hrostrup, 11. Ilajset, J.
Thlessen. O. C. Olson. Miss Olsen litis
been horo on a visit with her brottier, O.
C. Olscn. She. leaves Thursday of this
week for a visit to tho eastern cities and
nails from New York for Denmark De
Scott, Mrs. T. J. Muhoney, Mrs. T. M
Orr, Mrs. Arthur Stowltts, Mrs. Wiiltei
1'iiro, Mrs. A. C. Smith, Mrs. C. W
Hamilton, Mrs. K. 1 Peck, Mrs. Mylcr
Htumllali and Miss Jcnlo Millard. '
Mrs, John Davles Kaves a linen shower
at lier homo, 2823 North Twonty-sovcntli
street, Tuesday evening, In honor of Miss
Helen C3Ickcii, whoso mnrrlatro to lrof.
Joseph Stumpp takes place In December,
Those present wore:
I l'"ae Nostlebusch,
Th Kdaeatlonal and Health depart
ments of ttiu Omaha Women' club wjll
have charga of the program which w.ll
bo Kivcn at tho open meeting' Monday
afternoon at tho club rooms. Mrs. Kd
ward Johnson, who Is chairman of thrr
committee on education, und Mrs. diaries
Itosowater, chairman of the health com
mittee, will havo charge, of tho meeting.
Joint II. Hammond of Des Moines, who Is
a worker of reputation in tho national
Purity, society, will address tho women
on tho subject of "Woman's Duty nnd
llights Under tho Alberts Law." Thomas
Matters, jr., will glvo a vocal solo and
will bo accompanied by his sister. Miss
Thero will bo a special meotlng of
tho Omaha Political Kquallty league In
tho city council chamber ut tho city hall
Thursday evening, November 21, at 8
o'clock. Delegatus will bo elected to tho
state suffrage convention, which Willi
bo held In tho city tho first week In De
comber. It will bo an Important meeting
and It Is earnestly desired that all mem
bors will bo present.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Department club wus hold at tho Young
Men's Uhrlstlan association club rooms
Monday afternoon. Tho tourist depart
ment gave tho program, but several mu
sical numbers wero given before tho pre
sensatlon of the papers. Miss Ttced and
Mrs. Doslaugh gave a piano selection and
Mesdames Pitts and Bandall sang to
gether. Miss Clara Graham sang. Mrs. W.
I Thorno told of travel scenes In north
west America and In Canada. Mrs. Bone
kemper read a clever Imaginary letter
describing a visit to tho West Indes, Mrs.
A. M. White's subject was "Through Cuba
on Horseback," Mrs. Ilobert Armstrong
talked of tho experiences incident to the
trip through California by automobile,
taken last winter with her husband and
son, and the homeward Journey to Ne
braska. As a representative of the civics
department Mrs. W. I Klrkpatrlck
talked on "Municipal Art."
Mrs. Leonard Kvcrett of Council niuffn
will bo the leader next Thursday morn
ing at the regular meeting of tho Omiha
Society of Fine Arts, tho toplo being
"CIubhIo or Italian Influence." Under this
heading cxumples will bo shown of the
works of Charles Curyl, Colemtin and
Bllhu Vedder, Including a number of the
tatter's Illustrations of tho Hubalyut. On
December G Mrs, Lowrla ChlldB discusses
tho Hudnon lilver and Whlt mountain
Wednesday, November 20, will b the
annual donation day at the Old People's
home. Tho board of directors will bo at
the home all day to receive the donation
which uro sent In by the public. In the
afternoon there will bo tea from 3 until
S for the friends.
For Mrs. Powell.
Mrs. Howard Farrell gavo a kenslngton
Thursday ufternoon nt her homo for Mrs.
Karl Powell of Chicago, who Is her
guest. Those present wero:
A. P. Karrull.
Van H. Lady,
Wedding Invitations Received.
Invitations havo beon received In
Omaha for tho Wedding' of Mr. Ottls
Woolworth Howard to Miss Ttuth Louise
Thomas of Mollnc, III. Tho wedding will
take place December 1, und tho young
people will make their homo in Mollno
whero Mr. Howard is associated with tho
Deero Plow company, Mr. Howard is a
grandson of tho lato Judgo and Mrs.
Woolworth and nephew of Mrs. Ii Ml
Larpe Afternoon Tea.
Mrs. O. W. Megeath, has Issued cards
for a tea on Tuesday, November 20, in
honor of her mother, Mrs, James Free
man, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Windsor Megeath of Kansas dty.
Mrs. Louis Franks of 16S7 North Twen
tieth streot, announces tho engagement
of her daughter, Ksthor, to Mr. Honry
K. NathuiiHon of Council llUiffa. Mrs.
Franks will bo at homo Novomber 2t
from 7 to 11 o'clock In honor of the engagement.
Hop at Fort Crook.
The first formal hop of tho Hcason ut
Fort Crook will bo Friday, November 20,
after whlcluthoro will be ono on ttin sec
ond and fourth Friday of each month.
Miss Mary Illchardson gave a small
brldgo party Thursduy overling. Her
guests were Miss Mlddlcton of Washing
ton, Miss DuntecoU of Kansas C(ty, Miss
HiNdrcge, Miss Chase, Mr. Uolchcr, Mr.
Stuart, Mr. Deuel, Mr. Tnylor and Mr.
Tho wedding of Miss Oraco Meyer
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M, Meyer, to
Mr. Henry L. Gladstone will tako plnce
nt the Paxton hotel, Thanksgiving even
ing, November 27.
Mme. Borglum's Tea.
Madame liorglum gave a ten. Satur
day afternoon from 4 untl 6, at her homo
when she was assisted by Mrs. Darlow
Mrs. Leonard EvereU and Miss Dodge of
Council Illuffs: Mrs. Offut, Mrs. K. H.
Miss Dedemono Ualdwin, who has been
In tho east for tho lust three months has
returned to her home In Klkhorn, Neb.
MrH. D. J. O'Prlen who was operated
on for appendicitis last week nt St
Joseph's hospital. Is doing well and will
bo ablo to sco her friends this week.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Whiting arrived at
Fort Crook yesterday from tholr wedding
trip, which was saddened by tho death of
Lieutenant Whiting's mother at Marshal,
Va a few days ufter tholr arrival there
to spend tho latter part of their wed
Tho new apartment house Just com
pleted by Dr. J., J. McMullen on Bouth
Thirty-eighth 'avenue, is already partly
occupied. Dr. and Mrs. McMullen them
selves having moved Into It last week
while Mrs. George C. Towlo and daughter,
MrH. Hugo Urandels, Mr, and Mrs. John
T. Yates and Colonel and Mrs. Chubb
have taken apartments thero and aro
moving In this week.
Mont Food Is Poison
to tho dyspeptic. Kloctrlo ntttcrs soon
relieve dyspepsia, liver and kidney com
plaints and debility. Price D0o. For sale
by Ileuton Drug Co. Advertisement.
MrH. W. W. Johnson will be hostess at
the meeting of the Dundee Woman's olub
Wednesday ufternoon. MUs Silver will be
the leader und "Anna Karenlnu," by
Count Tolstoi, will be tho subject of the
Dlagraeef ill Conduct
of liver and bowels, In refusing to act, Is
quickly remed'ed w th Dr, King's New
Life 11IU, Easy,, rafe, euro. to. For
tale by Pea on Drug Co, -Adve t sern'-nt
Theso pianos aro positively made of better mator
ial, better finished and cost more money to make than
pianos sold by others for $250 and '$275. Figure out
the amount you save.
It will cost you nothing to investigate this state
ment and wo want to provo it to you.
Wo havo them in genuino mahogany, quarter
sawed oak and curly walnut cases.
Full sizo, 4 ft. 8 in. high, newest design, with em
pire top, coppor wound bass strings, bushed tuning
pins, double repeating action and backed with a
TWENTY-FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE by both the
factory and tho A. Hospe Company. These pianos are
not an unknown make but havo beon sold by us for
many years. 0om,o in and let us explain our ono year
free trial. Stool, scarf and freo delivery.
TERMS $5.00 CASH. $1.25 PER WEEK.
Western Kavr sentatlves
for the Mason Jt Hamlin,
Xranloh ItiBaon, Krakauar,
Kimball, Basil tc Ianei
Cable - Nelson and other
1513-1515 Douglas Street
Reliable Furs at
With the NAME
Omaha's Quality Laundry
Is the Laundry of FAME
Two Years Ago Our Business Covered
7000 Square Feet of Space; Today
We Are Using Nearly 14000 and
Quality Work, the Answer
This is tho
Muffs and Scarfs
In every grade
$5 to $375
for Hatched Sels
Ladles' Ocnulnd Ilunslan
i'nny OoatH, spoclal,
3n.0(. This In tho UNtial
G. E. SHUKERT
1401-03 South 15th Street
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
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