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MARCH 18. 1917.
! ! What is Going On ( in Society Circles (Continued from Pm One.) "It depends on iti aize and age. If it's big enough it might spit to spitz enberg." The announcement that lira. Helphorstyle would appear in a two-reel play wat the last of the newspaper game. Aiter thit game each couple was given a "eats" ticket and then they secured the eats by going to the cafe teria counter. Green ice cream waa served. Sojourning in California. " Mrs. Victor Caldwell and her son, David, who returned from school at Lawrenceville on account of ill-health, went to California Sunday and are in Pasadena with Mrs. Caldwell's sisters, Mrs. Carroll and Miss Louise Hugos. Robert Morsman went to California last week, ahipping his new car ahead. This is his second trip to California this winter. The father, E. M. Mors man, and his cousin, Miss Mabel Harper, have been at Hollywood for some weeks. ' J. E. George left Saturday for Pas adena, Csl, to be gone about two , weeks. Mrs. George, who went out several weeks ago with her father, will remain probably until May. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus F. Bowman and children, who have been sojourn i ing in California, are expected to re turn this week. Mrs. John A. McShane is estab lished in an apartment in Los An geles m the same house with her sister and niece, Mrs. Hogan and Mrs. Eldridge, planning to stay until May. Mr. McShane returned to Texae, but will go to California again as soon as his business permits. Mr. and Mrs, George Brandels are expected back from California the first of the week. Among th Visitor. Miss Josephine Lane is spending the week end with her sister, Mrs. Charles Leslie Lewis. Miss Ruth Weller and Messrs. WU ford Nelson and Harold Ntff. cam home from the university for th .. week end. . ., ; - . . Mrs. Lawrence Gibson, who Is visit in her mother. Mrs. C. R. Lee. will return to her home in Douglas, Wyes Thursday. Mrs. Edward Morrison of Kansas City, who ha been visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tukey, returned horn Friday. . Mrs. Robert Dohertv expects her H.tmhter. Mrs. Llewellvit lones of Tacom. to arrive th nd of thi month for visit. . . Mrs. Alfred Franedcur of Glencoe, Chicago, formerly -of Omaha, - who was the guest last week of Mr, and Mrs. W, R. Wood, will be with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mitiken and Mr. and Mrs, Donald Neely this week. Mr. Clyde Crawford, who it , ing in theatrical attraction, will be at the home of his cousins, Mr, Charles Hutchinson and Miss Mayme Hutchinson, during .his stay in the city. , v Witk eh .i.l Clohe. "" ' Milva White shrine gave an "H. C. of L." card party at Masonic temple Thursday evening, when refreshments and prise for the card game , were appropriate to th title of th party. The club' next entertainment will be banquet April 19. ' The H. and K. Kensington club was entertained at luncneon Tuesday , o; Mrs. C. A. Anderson. St. Patrlc decorations were used. Officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs, G. H. Hawkins: vie eresidenL Mrs. F. J. Ferrell; secretary, Mrs.. C. A. Burns :treaurer. Mrs. George Miner, Mrs. G. H. Hawkins entertains the club at her home April X Cover were placed fori hteadameo- 1 " lietdamee ' Charlce riruenlg, 10. B. Mitchell, B. F. tMrfonbacher, W. . Hampton, H. r. Shearer, M. Martin, r. MarUa, '-. 1. Jacob Han. I H. .OldSenl, ' o. H. awobode, W. C. fries, J. Xally MoCombe, Mlae aeraelmet. Mrs. J. K. McCombs entertained the W. W. olub it a St Patrick's day luncheon on Wednesday. I he een- , terpiece held the' Irish emblem, with shamrocks, green tulips and smilax. Green birds were the uniaue favors. holding the new Irish name given by the hostess to each guest All were kept busy writing and reading of their trip to ircuuiu. iovers were ma ior HWin Sfeedontee a. X. Stovall, 0. H. Hawkins, . C. A. Burn, i ' ' T. If. Baden, ' Barry, A. 1. Redding, B. Day, , . Santa Millar, Otla Xeteham. I. J. rorreU. C K. Wolder, To supplement its regular, meet ings, which are held twice a month on Monday evening, the M. r. C will initiate a aeries of parties by'glv ing a movie party tomorrow evening, & no Riria in lac party will .oc Mleaee Willi Mabel Otiatefson, May Orlmaa, Maeel leeverton. aiadye Lyons, euaei aaeuoaouf a, 1.1111a Millar, Law Millar. Myrtle- Millar. Irfittt. Samueieoa, Beagle Weaamaa, . . Oraoa Woolt, Marguerlt Thomaaan. . Margaret Weyermaa, Buslnass Women's Party. - Dr. Nora M. Fairchild entertained ttronp of her friends at a Patrick's day party Saturday evening. Tulips and jonquils were used, with Our Customers Are Delighted with the freshness JJJjsnd quality of bur S-' flowers. In purchasing flowers, the qual ity is of far more , importance than the price. Easter orders now being filled. . JOHN H. BATH "Tkai Careful Ffarisl- -' ISM Faraaa. St, Omaha. Pawn. Da.gla. S0001 Attendants, at Burket-Copley Wedding Jjfelen Stttiih St. Patrick's day favors as table dec orations, and the refreshments car ried, out the Irish scheme. 1 nose present were: Balla Bllaa. Bmma Varm, OraeS Grant. . Harrlat Frahai, Katharlna Davta, '! Bdna wiiaaa, Jaaat Wllaon, 1 Uauda aandar' ' j Caoltl Lron, Iflaabeth Long, Bit PlekarlRf , . . On Jehnaon, Bmma Johnaon, . Bathar Jahnaen, OIti (laavar, Mabal Xandall, ' Katharlna Werlar Katharlna Marlaaoa, Oraaa Bfaaarar, . x Martha Brawn, Bahrana, Italia. Wilcox. Ba atortotl, , Dr. Joaavhla Armairan. , . Rssidenc Chang. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webster have given up their home on Thirty-eighth street and will oe witn nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Webster, until they build their new, borne on Forty first street just south of th Arthur Guious. . - . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts nave taken th house Just vscated by Mr. and Mrs, lack Webster and will move into it shortly. , 1 . Mlai Liiella. Allen has liven no her apartment at the Thorvald and will make her home at the Loyal notei. Children' Birthday Party. . Mr. and Mrs. n. u. roweil cave birthday party Friday evening in honor of their son, Harold's, thir teenth anniversary, The guests were H AntoinatM Baalt tola (matlar. Dorla Talmadia. Miriam Hilar, Blanch Hamilton, Charlott Todd, Datar Blok, ' Xatharlna Art. Klaanor Plkard, . Marian Patloolaa, Xuth Wallaa, ' JaaAphlna Burrows, Maatara . Maatara , ponald Tlwmaa, , John Oehlltraa, . Alton Billak, . . Mruin CiKhbart, lyovatt Abartromba, Clifford Lank, S barman rttlcolaa, Bdwln Robb, HanaM ' Boekwall, Donald Burrousha, llawar Btavana, Blobard Kaon. rrldav Nlaht Danetnsr Club. ' the Friday Night Dancing club held its St. Patrick?a eve party at the Strehlow Terrace club house Friday evening, with forty-two couples pres ent., ane .ciud win .give two marc dancing parties this month, followed by a "farewell" dinner-dance to be held on the first Friday evening after Easter, when the members who nave been observing Lent will be able to participate. , Social Coasip. Mrs. Frank Colpetier returned last week from California, where she spent iv a, avn wa,kL Harry McCormick returned Sunday from three weeks' southern trip to San Antonio and other lexas points. Mvron Learned, who has been south since early in February, is due home todav. - Mr. ana Mrs. . s. uirusi weni to St. Louis Tuesday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. S f S JO i - I . JI www Mrs. 'Housewife: This is Sunday, our slate is clean, St IV nothing Tomorrow we will write again It will pay you to , . ', n watch Carlisle's Barents. Mr. and Mr. Da vid Carlisle. Not long ago Mrs. Car lisle went to Sa Louis tor tn nttietn wedding anniverasry of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. v. refers. . Harrv Cartan of San Francisco and hi business partner, Mr. Dunn, and the latter'a wife were at the rom nelle last week, leaving Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Towie re. turned Thursday from nearly two months aoent in California. . Mrs. N. Hi Loomis. who has been In Florida for six weeks, is expected horn within a day or two. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burke go to Excelsaor Springs today tor a few davs. : Mrs. J. M. Metcalf expects to leave tomorrow or Tuesday with her brother. Judge Cornish, and Mrs. Cornish of Lincoln, for Oal veaton and San Antonio. Mrs. Met calf will also visit New Orleans and wilt be stone about three Wieks. Miss Marlon How left Saturday for New York to resume her music studies after a short visit with her parent. Miss Howe came west to act as bridesmaid at the wedding of a school friend, Miss Frances King, ir T : T -j , n-,.T io Mr. nowara x-cwin aciu oi oiw more, which took place a week ago at Alma, Mich. Mr, Reid is a nephew of the famous General Joffre of the French armv and also ot Henry Van Dvke. American minister to Holland, Mrs. . v. Lewis, wno nas been at the Blackstone, left Tuesday tor Mew York City, from where she expects to sail for England thi spring, in or der to be as near as possible to her son. Arthur, who is with the Cana dian trooos in a training camo there, and expects to be sent to th front shortly. ' ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. J. de Forest Kicn arda returned last week from Denver. where they went for the wedding of iiasi jiviii van naan wv a a, au a aaa feivai sums- ards, who was married to Mr. Herbert Kennedy of Denver Saturday at tit. Barnabas churcn., Mr. ana Mrs. Kicn. arda and little daughter left again Thursday for a month or six weeks at Hot Springs, Va. : 1 . AaTairs of th Past Week. , The Misses Edna and Getrude Kop penhaver entertained at their home at a high five party Friday evening. rrwea were won by Miss Hade Bas- tain and Mr. Herman Rhineholtx. Those present were: ' Mlaaaa - Mlaaat Bdytha Hartch .1 , : Blala alabort Bathar Swanaon aiaua oaiiannB Hada BaaUan Bdn Kopnaakavsr Oartruda Koppaa havar . Maaara. ' Maaon Talmas Barry Matohar Unlay Harbrtek alaaara. LaonarSMaaratk . Inlo Blnadorft ' Irrlnt Xllna Karman BklaakalM . CiurlMaraoK Mr, and lira. A. Xspnanhayar -, Th Pagalco club was entertained S f s s on it today. : . this slate. A - ' I' : 1 ' jT sm. ' I II : CREAM OF R. Thursday evening in honor of St. Pat- . . . . . r CL.ff.. U.hi rick by Misses jane aiwici, Dixon and Mud Rowe. The guests represented Irish lads and colleens. Those present were:- , ' Mary Manh, Wllna Maloti, , Ma MaraH. Jana Shaffar. Oladrs RedhOllsa, Roaa Dixon, talk Wlnsaard. Maada Rawa. Irana Bakar, Jennla Chrlatanaan, Batty Dixon, Myrtla noma. Allca Bncklay, Maura. Haraca RuSnar, Waarra. Otto Pannar, . Claranca Bmlth, Oaorsa Ooodman, B. V. Kally, Jack Blaln, OrltfllB. Paul Dlzon. Oaorsa Marah. . , Oaorga Waaton, ' u. Hlcnaraa. Mrs. C H. Walrath entertained at luncheon at her home Friday, when covers were laid for twenty guests. St. Patrick and American flags com- ined with yellow jonquils formed tne table decorations. A, musical pro gram was given in the afternoon by Miss Mabel Alien ana miss nors Neat ... y-. Misa Minerva' Heine entertained a group of her high school friends at a slumber party following the Omaha High school roaa snow rriaay eve ning. Saturday morning tne guests were given a dainty at. ratricxa aay breakfast, for which the decorations were in green flowers and favor. The party included: Dorothy Hltohan. Irana Maaos, -Marjarat Bchurls, Alloa Stona, Halan Nlaman, Mrs. Bert C Fowler entertained at luncheon at the Blackstone Thursday and Friday, On Friday the table had as centerpiece a bssket of pink ear- nations and at each nlace was a cor sage bouquet of violets. The after noon waa spent in sewing, . included: Maadamaa ataanamaa . f John Battln. Frank Carmlohatl, Charlaa Mubbard, John Pnlvor, Irvln A. Banadlot. oaorsa suaraussr, aiclmwm Not. Miaa Dorothv Belt, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. f vter Belt, who csme home from Kemper Hall two weeks axo on account of her throat, ia at the Preahvterian Medical nosoitai. c. I. Ernst, nresident ot tne eoara of. Education, who has been ill since Mnndnv. ia convalescent He exnects to return to his office within few davs. Mrs. w. i. rove, wno nss been three weeks In , St Joseph's hospital tor an appenaicuia opcrstion, re turned home Friday. Personal Mention. . . Theodore Metcalfe ha been home from the state university for the last week with an attack of grippe. Mr. Metcalfe ha th leading pert in the junior class play, "Green Stockings.'' which is soon to oe proouceu in Lincoln. ' Miaa Maraararet Bridges left Satur day morning to spend the week end with Miss Virsina Lowe at Ames, Ia. Miss Bridge will be guest at one ot the formal sorority dances. Miaa O n Metz has returned from Miss Snence's school to spend her week of spring vacation witn ner par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Metz. - Mr, and Mrs. H. v. roweu ana son, Donald, have returned from a ahort visit in St. Louis. . Mr. and Mrs. H. B. -Whitehouse left .for the east Saturday evening. Thev will be tn Dayton. 0.. Washing- - n . - . i T V ton, u. "t Boston ana new xorx before returning. - Messrs. Lloyd Smith ' and Wilt Noble are spending the week-end in Kappa Psi formal dancing party Fri day eveninar and ihe banauet Satur day iiight at the Lincoln hotel Mr. buy Judaoo went ior tne oanquet (, ,, . J :, , New Arrivala in ' ,51 - Spring Millinery rX '..Jut relvd a nw assort- . JPiC1) : jnnt of beautiful pattern IIL VV .ht. Specially priedfroia ss', 7vV, $5.50 to $25 km, A moat authentic (bowing of . beautiful spring style aow fJf .Jr' arwstfajyouf inspection. Jr . FaRSchadeUftCo-, ' MIX Deiugla St V The Younger Set . in seeking social diversion together, will find ' at th Blackstone, environment and influ-( net of th proper kind. And Parent who realii th necessity for aocial pleassrcs ef their young peopl in th happy day of youth, may feel every assurance that they, whil enjoying th golden hour together, will be cued for by th Blacktton management tn appropriate manner. Th eighth floor of th Blacktton, with it classic BaS Room, it chic Reception Boom, it delightful Party Room and Winter Roof , Garden, offer opportunity for th highest typ of entertainment For information relative to engaging any of 1 this space, telsphon 1 TV The Blaclutone) Harmay 9U. Saturday evening to act as the toast- master... .: ,. . .. . Messrs, John nd Stewart McDon ald came home from ihe State uni versity for th week oL-, ; Harold McConnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McConnell, is in Los An geles with a drug company there. Robert Stout, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stout, leaves Omaha the first of April to enter the National Bank of Commerce in New York. Mr, George Flack is in Casper, Wyo, on a business trip. Benson i Social Circles Henrv Vick of Aberdeen. S. D is guest of his brother, J. Vick, and Mrs. Vick. , ' , Mrs. C. C. Beavers entertained at dinner on Friday for her brother, C H. Oats of Clarinda. Ia. Mrs. William Butler has returned from Schuyler, Neb where sh t tended the wedding of her niece. Mrs. B. M. Babcock returned last week.frora few days' visit in Exeter, Neb. . . Dr. and Mrs. Holbrook entertained at dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins before their departure tor California. Mrs. John Wallick entertained at dinner last Wednesday in nonor oi her daughter's birthday anniversary. Mrs. lieorsre iradaie win entertain the Harmony club at dinner on Mon day evening. Misses Dora and Esther Netson of Sioux City were called , here by the death of their uncle, G. Gibson. Mrs. F. W. Jones, who has been at the home of her sister, Mrs. S. A. Davis, left last week for a visit at Twin Falls. Ida. .Mrs. P. Doljs has returned from a three months' visit in Los Angeles, Cal. i Mrs. J. H. Berry entertained last week for Mrs. Hiram Fay of Weaubu, Mo. ' Mrs. L. Raber will be hostess for the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society next Wednesday, which will be "guest day." A program will precede lunch and social hour. The Woman's club met at the city hall Friday afternoon, when new members were added and a towei shower was had for the gymnasium. Mrs. C L. Carlson entertained at birthday dinner Thursday evening for Mrs. u ). uuinby ot umana. Lovers were laid for five guests. Mis Ida Hansen and Mr. Glen Scott were married last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott will reside in Gif- ford, Neb. Misses Kate Van Horn and Helen Morton gave a shower for Miss Cora Jones last Saturday. Narcissus chanter of the Eastern Star" was organized last week with forty-eight charter members. Mrs. C. H, Moulthrop has returned from a few days' visit with relatives at Tekamah. The Westminster guild wilt meet at the . Presbyterian church Monday' evening for a 6 o'clock dinner, pre ceding the business session. . The English Lutheran Missionary society will hold a meeting at the chnrch next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William Butler entertained -last week for her nephew, Dr. Bliss, and Mrs. Bliss, ot Schuyler, Men. J. H. Berry was called to Lincoln last week by the death of a relative. Mesdame Welch, Oliver, Baehr, Vick, Madsen, Iradaie, 1 racy, Loech ner, Pickard, Tyson, Wilcox, Brote- , markle. Correll.' Dunn.' Moulthrop Armstrong, Mead, -Hodder and Gross of tn -Woman's club attended the convention .-dinner last . Thursday at the Blackstone and with their twelve invited guests sat at one !ong table. South Side v Social Gossip i Mr. John Considine of Platte Cen ter, Neb., is visiting his son, J. T. Lonsidme, ot the local postomce. John Schultz of Sioux Falls, S. D, is expected home today tor a snort visit. Bishoo Stuntz will oreach at Grace Methodist Epicopal church this mom- Frank Broadwell. Jr.. is now able to sit up part of the time, after his recent attack of pneumonia. Mrs. John Moorenouse nas re turned to her home in. York after a short visit with friend) here. Mrs. Charlea Akofer of Rancheste. Wyo., i visiting tt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Baker. Mrs. Baker, who ha been seriously ill, is convalescent' Mrs. Fred Gsrlow and daughter, Jane, of Cody. Wyo., are guest at the home of N. R. Bryson. The Friday Kensineton- club met last Friday at the home of Mrs. John Roberts, Thirteenth and Archer ave nue. Mrs. Harry uraoiey nil enter tain this week. ' ' The Women's Relief corns met Sat urday afternoon at the home of Mr. J. O. Eastman, Twenty-third and C. streets. . -. The New Century elun gave a card party Saturday afternoon at t antltrian hall. Mrs. H. C. Uhlrner entertained ner division of the ladies' aid society of Grace Methodist church Thursday afternoon. The Kine's Daushtera of Wheeler church met Friday afternoon in tne church oarlor. The Eastern Star entertained at its second successful dancing party at Rushing s. hall Saturday evening. About sixtv couoles were present Eastern ' Star kensinston will be held at the home of Mrs. P. M. Camp bell, 4434 South Twentieth street Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Miller will aasist the hostess. . The ladies of the United Presby terian church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Robert McCoid at a missionary tea Thursday afternoon. The South Omaha Woman's club will give a musical at the home of Mrs. J. W. Koutsky Thursday after noon for the benefit of the West Side Social Settlement The music de partment will have charge of the pro gram. ' .. The Epworth league of Lefler church will give a St Patrick' social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C Banner, Twenty-sixth and E streets, Wednesday evening. The Women's Home Missionary society of the Grace Methodist church will be entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. A. Cressey. Mrs. John R. Hughes will assist the hostess. Mrs. Homer C Sttmtr will address the society on the Chrome Diteases 1 V : i.-i-i ,!--.-.a -.v.'.-,- . -f-.:-t'-; If yon are suffering from torn complaint ow baths and treatmeta will sjaist your doctor.. We win be glad to have you etdl and investi gate onr fnstftttte, or eonralt your doctor. , EXCELSIOR BATH INSTITUTE. ;V ; , Oaa. aWa. Man ntli 7 a'doak. Saya watll U .'alacty.' - Taaainy SB Frksas- .ranntf , OMBaa mtf, i t0. . Mandar, Wadsaadar aaat tetordnr, aaaa wty, waW iM .'clack. ' Bt TAUHKA SXBATT. YB8. I oan aaa Ton alt Mitanla allantly for tka en. srant naerat th. anawar b arary woman a wuiiu,",-". -to mak. fear oomptaxton aunramalr baantl fult Thin la a oaerat which today thov- a. A. ana know. i. ihalT malalt. bapplnask Banrnl waafc. from aow Too will aar to yonraalt, -1 navar , ac a thin poaslblal" What Z am (lvln yam la a aaw war and a poaiuv. ona. ia aun pla: yon mak. tho gnats at homo yoaraalf . momanta. Ilia thla: Viz ona ounea ot llntona an two tablaanoonfnl. of Slroorln. la a pint watar. lorma m . ..m. m to annlr. airltw, thla la far cheaper than any of th. proparad oraaru rov Pur ana wmcn ao an prow" th. ramlta. Now apply thu waam fraalr avarr dar. o will aoa aotloo mry maddy mot, blotch, toaahnaio, irrasniamy of oolor. vanlah. an tn Its plaea will .ppau kaautr and parity wmca yon mm nat al coal com. to you. a a a ANBWBBJ TO QUBrTTTON. wtu a. 9. SL I hara known many oaaoa th. mat kaa baam daraloaad Mvara! tnchaa ta a month br th. aa of tho foHow- tn aala formal. Ho ona can promlaa tnat davalopmant oaa ba accompllabad la avarr a, and auraly aarar or snocnanioai apu- ... ,11, im danaarana. . Thus formal. ahaal do It. thoash. It anythlns on. Oat from roar Sratsm two aaooo. ot natana. a half a oop at nsar aa mbt ta half a alnt of watar. Taka two taaapoonfala aftar aaeti manl an at kadtlma. . . -. ' a a a BBOTLIV-Toa know that an avarr acabp k wnauatly tormina a aim ot sunn aa aenl. wntch aalthar mi nor many at tha aaapy 'ahampcaa will ramOTa, ma WBtb aerabbtn. Bat, dlaaolra a taaapoontal of attol la naif a cup of watar and oaa a,' a haad-waah. and tt will aarprla. yoa bona-It Htaraltr dlaaolTaa aray awary bit f thoan accorauUtlona. Claaa scalp la on. atovat of hoalUiy. loiorlant hair. For twonty-eWo tttm mo i anovrh aaraol to ni. TOO ovor a doson of thcae slorlona baad-waahea. subject of "Home-Mission;" Mrs: 1.; v.. rJanner oi Lcner Memorial, curc will tell about the work and itecd the Albright Sociajh SetttldmeiHJ ' Mr. Virgil Smith will erltenaii ilir Thursday Kensington club at her home this week. Mrs. J. T. Considine entertained Saturday at her home in honor of her small daughter, Mary Jeannette. The afternoon was spent playing chil dren a games, followed by a dainty luncheon. Those present were: Uarr L. Cttmnlub Eaparanca trla, 't Doretkr Moora, Bllsatialh Bill. Halan Kalloat, . Jaannatu Consldlna, Fhllr Barta, Wllllaa Kallats. t Male Macaroni tor iht Millions ftrSi, On ft aia A aaai , SfflNNER'S SkhuurMaHtt&chmiuGmpattU ', OmaJmJimhwka. 6.SiA. , Yoi Ctmt ttit Ytir Ftt Ovrfg,tnMM ia tk OM mttfortviH yoa cm not hl4 from youmlt r fran tboe ; aroand yov. Xf too thtn, your dr treiikw or tailor oan aupjtfr th lncrtnolti, but th ovcrfat eanr barton tboy oaa not eoneoaL Tharo It eni it.ro war to rtduco yonr walttat mStlt ud loWf. Tbo harm leu Marmola Praaoiiptlon, whleb chance the fatty Uaiuei and fat-producing fooda to olid flwh and onerfjr, helpo tho ffoneral health and dlieatlon. penntta yon to oat and live aa yov like, and karea tho akin eloar and amooth. Thia famow proaorlp tloa. la no oondoaaod Into tablet form. ' Bach tablet ootttalna an exact doaa ot tho same barmleaa 'lacrodlonta that aaado tho : : original prescription eapablo ' of redueinc tho overfat body at tho rate of two. three or tour pound a week without tho altibt--est III effecte. Tako hot one tablet after each meal and nt bedtime until the normal weight ta reached and tho bodily health completely deatored. Aak your druggie : for Marmola Proacrlptlon Tableta. or aend , ' to1 the Marmola Co., S4 Woodward Ave.. Detroit, Mich., and yo wt(l rocetro for t6e .' a full caae-enough to itart you well on : your way to allmneaa and happlneatw-Adv. "I This Tow Wieh? Ton Can Hav It, My Deart" Valeaka Suratt, the- i SeK-Made Beanty of th Stage, . Whiapcr 8cret Way of , 9ure, Quick Beauty. y ft a - r":vT" - ass g. N. With my halr-arcwlne far mala si ran balov, kalr-arowUi of almost aa ' look a month aj by ao moan, aa vaoommon , . aeourranoa. And tha tnrradltnta ara vary; almpla. Attar mlzuif, yon hav. arer a pint I of a most ramarkabto hair crowar, and eoot. lac yon lam thaa proparad nonlo aold In : tho atoraa. Tou'll notice yoar hair will poa Itlvaly.atop falllna, stow allky and lonr noma dufaranea ladaad from th. raaalta yon '. aay yon didn't lot by oalng othar thlnsa. Mix on. onnca f bata-qulnol with half a plat of watar aad half a pint ot alcohol (or ola. a fall plat of bay ram). Don't bo . atlatlnc with It, aad you'll tat woadartul , raoulta. ' v a a a ., "(. Btrf Bit tots ot yo (trla navar beard of "dlaaoMat" away hair. Too oaa. thoaa "bornlns" mams aad aaata. which radden aad lrrttata th. akin. Why da its Oo to your drotslat aad aak for aalfo aolatlon. Volataa th. balm with It and joat aaa avarr hair atmply dwLndla- away.. Thla. navar fatla. Ton ana Baa It anywhara, avan . on sanaHrre akin, it romovo. ovary hair, oarer laavas a mark and nobody can datact that yoa hara aaad anythlns. oaa lUt. A..0. H. That's too' bad. Xnt urn. yonr dracalat ran. short of th. soraxln ' tor ramovlne blaekhoads In a faw momanta, Joat aand tho price, fifty canto, to "Secra Ury so Valeaka Soratt. Thompaoa Bids.. Chloaro," aad yaa will (at It at anoa bj raturn mall. ; OLDISH I can tall yon la advaaoa, It'a . a waata ot aHinor and tlma. Ton hav. ad ded flv. yaara ta yoar faca trying; thoac ' things. Now try my gasa-aatloa bar. and taka thoaa S-ra yaara o agala In a few, daya. Tog oaa do It, aanta a. othar have. . Thla eraam M a wondarfnl akin rejnvenator. V ., Wrtnklaa vanlah. and tha akla booomra' youthful and ploma. To half a pint of;, watar add twa ounoe. of aptol, uaenrad from : tho drug atora, aad one tableapooafal of slyoorlna. Apply thla araam dally aad aaa It freely. . . . l- a - lfRa f. O. D. Bprmkl. aom. aaraxtn on a wet apoato. Than rub thai oa tha blaok-. haada. la a faw momenta tha black baada will have disappeared. This aonnda like a fairy tela, bat If. a fact. Try It ' aUTTKRrJfO Ton know ancaaatra per. gplratloa ta tho arm pits la on natural. Ton oaa regulate It eompletety br almply apply Ing hydroltsed talc to the ekln. The trou. ' ble wu atop, and any disagreeable odor wll -taatantly vaalaa. , ve:1 HIS T.-1. 6. That face powder of mln la called "Valeaka Suratt Face Powder.'! .1 waa made after my own formula, to erolr that caalklneaa ao common to face powdarn Too can gat It at drug atoraa for fifty ca;e , In fleah,. white and brunctto tliue. Auv.