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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 18. 1917.
3 B We hear about " The Railroad war i We hear that Russia's Lost her Czar We hear about The dreadful things The submarines Can do We hear about The mercury ' , Arising to i ' ' The top , And tten we hear It's going , To make A sudden drop We hear about The rise in wheat . About an Orpheum "Dutch Treat" Until our minds . Are so bewildered We don't know What to. do T) EALLT, truly Vrench glove rv "Treiojiai.". in fact Imported rloves, as you know, ars ao hard to obtain now, but Thompnon Btlden'a have ben fortunate enough - to secure a perfectly splendid assort ' ment. If you've been trying1 to get new ..gloves In the soft leathers of .yore, this, news means much to you. These gloves are such beauties, tool Ioveiy whites with the stylish com bination stitching of black and wbtte and the prettiest grays in several dif ferent tones from "pearl" to "battle- , , ship" "pastel," too, so popular this Spring, besides many other fashion- v abie colors. I was so delighted, I bought some on the spot and mean 1 to tell all my friends to buy their Easter gloves at Thompson -Bold en's. Priced ' 11.75. to 13.76. - : IT'S quite a -joke nowadays when we can actually put one over on that old ogre, H. C. of If you'll turn to page 4, Main News section of :- this paper, you'll see an ad about a sale of draperies that will astonish you, and if you're a thoughtful woman, wKh loves to make her home pretty and attraotlve, you'll read it with keen Interest, t attended this sale Saturday morning, and amased! well, I should say I was at the wonderful values offered. Such bolts of cretonnes and chlntses! each one surpassing another In col oring and unique designs, handsome - upholstery and soft, clinging draper ies and. think of. ltl right at the beginning of the season to be able to procure brand new fabrics, for these actually are. 1917 Spring patterns. . There are voiles, marquisettes and nets for curtains but, then, you'll want to see them for yourself, so I need not dtecant further on this re-. , uaarkable sale. e Many a satin skirt has concealed pockets in the hip drapes. .,. WHEN it comes" to smart, trig t hats for golf and other sports wear, the Drahos-Luttlg Hat Shop, Balrd Bldg., Is certainly In 'the-4 , lead of exclusive milliners. They, spe cialise In tailored hats from such famed makers as Knox Gage con sequently have a goodly assortment to show ' their patrons. Tou should see their new Gingham and Pongee Sports Hats the very, last word , In chic Millinery I - . s . . PAUSING before the windows of the- A. T. Benson's Specialty Shop, 1812 Farnam, the other day, my curiosity was aroused to the fact that something Interesting was going on Inside, so In I went, and, sure enough, I found them busy un packing some pretty, new Spring gar ' menu, and I had the very first peep! As adorable topnioate as you, ever saw for tots from 2 to f yean old! Strtotly tailored ltttlecoats of serge, Velour and poplin "looked 'sackly ' like grown-ups,? pockets and all and ' dressy, silk coats to wear to Sunday , school or parties, with lovely embroid ered crepe de chine collars priced $4.60 to $16.50 and there are sweet ' little hats to match each eoat It's . really your DVTX to buy one of these outfits for that LITTLE FAIRY In ; i -your home. For Bister, Who goes to High school, there are swagger Eng-1 Hah plaids, checks and plain velours In the stylish new Spring colors for S. 76 to 127.50 and for Mother, too, . ' there are some - 'specially good-looking top-coats at-this new Uptown Store. T HE Sunshine Capsules I mentioned lAst week as being good for "the blues" can' be found at the Alia Shop. 207 8. 18th St Price 2Sc Try a package they're a "sure cure." ' , DIP you notice the beautiful floral , decorations at the First Pres- , pyterlan church last week when the' now organ was dedicated? Weren't the flowers lovely and the plants ar tistically arranged? I was told that ' ! . Larmon Fontenelle Florist was responsible for It all! He surely de serves great praise for the skill he displays in, the handling of flowers. IN Baby coats,. Benson 6 Thorne'g certainly have some splendid val ues. There are darling little white coats of cashmere, wool batiste and crepella cloth some beautifully ' hand-embroidered and all thoroughly washable, for I2.9S to $8.50. .Mothers will be glad to Jtnow that Miss Adams now has ready the Spring catalogue showing the Infants and children's' new garments which she will gladly send on request. ' ... I-V the realms -of sports attire, tls said, there li no color combine 'tlon too .striking, or ne design, too ' bold to find favor with followers of Dame Fauhlon this Spring. By the It. iv of contrast, there Is also a de- ' mand for some plain, strictly tailored garments by Women of good taste..' Lohrman, the Reliable ladles' Tailoi." 435 Paxton Block, specializes In these . kind of garments and Is .prepared to make your Easter suit His prfee. stylo and quality is always rlghX -.-'........- Drr.pes will vie with the pegged and barrel effect for style supremacy. Y If you're a "shut-in" or live out of town, why not take advantage of The Bee's Shopping Service, which is free to ltl readers? Pur chases sent from the stores C. 0. D. Address, THE OMAHA BEE. Polly, the, Shopper, WBAT more attractive to a woman's features than perfect ly formed eyebrows? And do you know that Irregular brows can easily be made shapely? At the Com fort Shop, 601 Rose Bldg., Miss Johnson's 'treatment by electrolysis for superfluous hair Is carefully done. DISTINGUE? Oul Mam se lie, there Is truly ' Farlslenne smartness shown in every line of those . charming, serge, cloth-top Boots, with - slender little heels, which are being -shown at Napier's Booterie and listen to mel you really should have a pair of these boots so moderately prloed at $9.00, for Mr. Napier advises that , the supply Is limited, and with the High Cost of Leather, shoe prices will ' rapidly advance. s EASTERTIDE Is fast approaching, and, In view of this, The Hospe Shop Is displaying a variety' of religious subjects In art which should be -of intense interest to 'many of my readers. Some of the pictures which I noted were. Veronica's Handkerchief, Ruben's "Descent From the Cross," , Sucker's "Christ the Elder;" also Ma donnas by Old Master and by more modern artists. BLOUSES are things Idyllic this Spring! Poets should visit Ben son & Thome's and see the love ly Georgettes in their filmy falry-Uke beauty. If they wish new material to rave about. Truly a subject for a Spring poem was one dainty blouse of peach colored Georgette on which mo tifs were exquisitely 'embroidered and beaded a white vestee. with tiny .rows of pearl buttons added to the . charming "becomtngness of It. It was priced f 10.75, and the same model also comes In white, flesh and rose. I went into raptures, too, over a gold blouse beaded In Indian,. shades of brown, blue and gold it certainly had ..' a distinctively new touch I Priced $7.96. e e . EGOS, Pepper -and Salt! Of what does It make you think? Break fast,' may be 1 Easter surely 1 But if you've been In Orchard Wit helm's Gift Shop recently, it makes you think of the cunning, little egg sets, 'With bird eggs for salt and pep per price $1.26. . s , Tou remember the garden that blos soms through the Valllma Letters of B, h, S-i in which a weed most ob- . noxious to the author flourishes aatoundlngty and. In his disgust he says that if ..he again. has occasion to refer to "pusnley" he will simply use the letter "P." For different rea-eons,- but to oonoeat infinite repeti tion, when I mean Pillows after this, I shall say , "P." Now I shall tell you about some wool .embroidered "P." - made of the last Russian crash that I ' find any . trace- of in this country .. with embroidery done In Mld-Vlctorlan manner depicting "a. nightmare,", "a sunset", and other Impossible scenes, ," s SKIRTS,' Skirts,- Skirts my, such a lot of clever -Springtime skirts as I saw at 'The Haas Sample Suit Shop! Those silk skirts in the ' new stripes, plaids "and plain colors are ever so good looking with their plaits, belts and nobby pockets, and there's so many different styles from which to choose priced 8B.75 to $11.10, v This shop Is on the Balcony Floor, Paxton Block, you know. The Turkish or Harem skirt puffed at the hem and fastening to the un derslip Is good for evening gowns, f v ((mHE Princess Starr Piano" Is the I mysterious 'P r 1 n c e s s" to " whom I referred last Sunday. Miss Horn, 4222 S. 23d St., wins the Orpheum tickets. The Colvln Ftanu School Is the agency for the Starr Pianos, and In their new method of selling pianos direct to customer at r factory prices you save many dollars on the purchase' of an instrument, Talk the plan over with Mr. Colvln Davldge Block, 18th and Farnam. ' Plaids are 'exceptionally smart for sports affairs. .'' INQUIRIES from my readers leads me to suggest that fine catering for parlies and weddings can be secured from V. S. Balduff, 2624 Far-, nam St., who for years has stood for the BEST service among Omaha's old est families. - Put with all this Dire confusion What woman Cannot find : Time enuf to shift The heavy burdens From her mind And search r . , The shops For spring togs-new" 1 know J That I v t : Can help her too So do not worry Do not fret , Do not delay ' Or you'll regret Let "Polly" Shop for you She'lj,try To find ' The best There is . To buy THE subjects of hand-made under garments I And Is a favorite one this Lenten season. Wonder if you know what an advantage it is to buy the material for them by the bolt Instead of by the yard? I dis covered the fact this week in talking to Mr. Peter MacDonald at the Wash Goods Section -of Thompson -Be .flan'., . , who gave me some figures which will doubtless Interest my readers who are planning to make their pretty lingerie, 'Here they are: Phantom -cloth, 3-ln., 86o yd., or bolt of 10 yds., $8.00. Nlkado nainsook, so sheer and lovely, 20a quality, 10-yd. bolt, $2.50. Odaka nainsook, finer still, $6o yer yd.: 10 . yd, bolt, $3.00. Then there are the more practical English nainsooks, which come in 12-yd. bolts and are 86 ins. wide, for $2.26, $2.76 and $3.00 depending upon the quality, i t ' e CLEANLINESS Is one of the surest roads to health and longevity. The New Excelsior Bath Insti tute, 533 Rose Bldg., should be a boon to seekers after health, for not only is It beautifully equipped, but the -best of care Is given you by expert -attendants, e e e - IT'S Interesting news to hear that Pauline Frederick, always a favorite In Omaha, will appear m the role of "Sapho" at The Muse Theater this week for four days, be ginning Monday. 'Tin said that Miss Frederick's presentation of this fa mous role Is so truly wonderful that oven supercritical censors approve of . it as an artistic triumph. Remember, "Muse Pictures Perpetually Please," PEEK In the windows of Luclen Stephens' Shop for Men, at 1801 Farnam St,1 if you want to see . the best looking neckwear ever shown . In Our Town -and do -remind "Father"' (he's ' so busy that he's apt to for-. get, you know) that It's high time that he was thinking about his Easter , hat. Stephens carries "Gordon's," , which, as you know, is always THE BEST. - e e ARE you a Housekeeper? . Then , you really ought to have one ot Mies Cole's clever Bungalow Aprons and you'll look as "neat as a pin" about your home. They're priced ,$1.35, and you can have a round cap -to match for 25c. or a Dutch one for : 85c. Her house dresses, too, are nifty - and well made. Pay her a visit at . the Lingerie Shop, (09 Bee Bldg. e 'Pink,' blue and green touches of ' linen and smooklng are shown on the French dresses of sheer dimities and. lawns for Wee Tots. '! e . FOR the girl who adores a rose-colored gown and this year she's moat every, girl there's one at Lamond's In artist's smock style, with paneled effect on both blouse and skirt, cuffed hem and collar of French grray on which square buttons gener , ously appear, giving It a distinctively original style a graceful slip-over sash adds a youthful .appearance, lt' priced $37.60. Next time you're down- .. town, take the elevator to the 2d floor of the Rose Bldg. and look at the ex ceptional dresses in thtf excluslveshop. e' e FOR immediate wear with tailored suits, there are the most prac tical striped tub silk blouses you ever saw made of silk that Is quality plus and prlcpd so reasonably $4.76, at -Thompson -Belden's. The stripes are bluer.rose, yellow or gray. -i e a, The trim face veil Is smart with snug straw sailors. '. HAVE you had any embroidery done at The Ideal Pleating Co., 200 Douglas Block? Their ma chine work certainly looks "hand made" and Is just as effective on chif fon as woolens. Even the new "Jer seys" are embroidered. Better have a touch on your now dress. Remem ber, the "Ideal" does all kinds of machine work and so-many styles ot pleating. , . e e e Smart traveling coats are made of chamois velour. y IT'S worth your while seeing the clever hats which Franees Zeman Is featuring in her little shop on the Balcony Floor of the Paxton Block. Her prices are so reasonable and sho makes hats to match your suit, putting on original touches of hand embroidery, e e Trimmings are very scarce on Spring hats. e e -"-"i Readers,, dear, and do you hear the news that's goln roun'. There's nlan a nifty bunnlt and many a natty gown there's many 4 clever bargain in many a shop In town. Bo I'm tellln' ye all about It, In me columns up and down. A POLLY. Advertisement. Society Notes Dundee - The engagement , of Virgit A. Deenu, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Deems of Dundee, to Lucille M. Hen derson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Henderson, has been an nounced. -.--........ The Dundee Catholic circle ' met Monday with. Mrs. W. J. Foehl. The Dundee Woman's club met Wednesday with Mrs. Royal D. Mil ler. Mrs. Hathaway had charge of the current topics, and sketches of short- stories were presented by Mesdames Fred Elliott, jr., J. F. Fer guson and K K. Sypa. '. . Mrs. Bicy (ogle of Louisville, Ky., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green, who have recently returned from an eastern trip. , Mrs Daniel Lea and daughter of Stevcnsville, Mont., who have been the guests of Mrs. C. V. Bowlby, left Monday for their home. . The Ladies' Aid society of the Dundee Presbyterian church held an all-day session Friday at the church. A son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Redick. 4 Mrs. Dow's Bible class met Tues day with Mrs. John H, Harte. The home of J. H. Taylor, 4804 Underwood avenue, was struck by lightning Monday. ' The fire was soon extinguished by the fire department The All Saints' guild of Dundee met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L. H.Tate. ... ' The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Fits Patrick, mother of Mrs. T; J.'. Nolan. was held at St Cecilia's church Thursday morning, with interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Miss Alice Duval sang at a concert given in Lincoln last Saturday. The Winter Dancing club gave a dance Tuesday evening at Harte hall. The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Dundee Presbyterian church will have a so cial meeting Friday evening at the home of Miss Esther Westerfield, 817 North Fiftieth avenue. Harry Hackett Will Be Buried Sunday Afternoon ; The funeral ef'Jiarry-J. Hackett will be held Sunday at 2 o'clock from the Brailey & Dorrance chapel. In terment will be in Forest Lawn ceme tery. Rev. T. T. Mackay officiating at services at the grave. Council Bluffs Social Notes The meeting of the Washington 'Avenue Mothers' and Teachers' club Monday afternoon, was an unusually interesting one. Mrs. O. G. Saunders, who is a member of the civil service reform committee of the Iowa Feder ation of Woman's clubs, showed a collection of slides, giving views of a number of state institutions. The committee has prepared a number of these slides and are sending them out to the women's clubs of the state with the idea of making the needs of the committee more widely recog nized. Each picture is accompanied by an explanation, which was very interestingly given by Mrs. Saunders. Owing to the bad weather the at tendance was trot as large as had been expected, but the program was greatly appreciated. Monday afternoon Mrs. J. R. Reed entertained at a dinner in honor of the birthday of her husband. Judge Reed. The judge has held a number of prominent positions since coining to Council Bluffs in 1869, and the time was spent in recalling incidents in the early history of the city. The guests were all old friends of the judge, including Leonard Everett, W. S. Mayne, Spencer Smith, Emmet Tinley and Judge Walter I. Smith. Tuesday afternoon eight girls of the younger set met at the home of Mrs. John Mehlhop, jr.. to organize the Junior Sewing league for the purpose of aiding in the work of the visiting nurse. Meetings are to be held Tues day of each week.' Miss Gretchen Hess was elected president and treas urer, and Miss Leontine Louiei secre tary. The charter members are: Gretchen Hess, Leontine Louie. Ger-' aldine Hughes, Edith Hess, Virginia Mcrritt, Catherine Searle and. June Davis. Tuesday afternoon about Thirty five members of the Loyal Women's class of the First Christian church gave a very delightful surprise in honor of Mrs. Edgar Price. Mrs. Price has been a leader in church activities for a number of years and as a token of their appreciation the class presented her with a lavaticre, with a diamond set in the pendant. The guests arrived at about 11 o'clock and spent the afternoon informally. Mrs. W. C. Joseoh entertained the members of the Tuesday History club at luncheon Tuesday afternoon. The club colors,' green and white, were verv attractively iirH 'in tin decorations in honor of St. Patrick. Tiny birch bark canoes, sent by a friend in Idaho, were used as place cards. Mrs. W. F. Shirley, Mrs. Harry Goodrich and Mrs. S. RCnvHii" a.. 'sisted Mrs. Joseph in entertaining. Mrs. Niirlev and Mrs. Goodrich had planned a number of picture nuzzles. each representative of a name of a lake, river, province; or city in South America, the subiect of this winter s I study. Mrs. W. H. Killoack and Mrs. J. W. Beardsley tied in the contest and Mrs. Killpack withdrew in favor ot the club guest. The prize was a miniature high hat filled with bon bons. A missionary program follow ed, based on the studv of the book. "The Living Christ. of Latin Amer ica, l he hostesses had prepared se lections to be read by each guest in response to roll call. The program was unique in the history ot the club end proved to be unsually interesting. April 11) the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Goodrich. Mrs. Millard F. Rohrer entertained the Ideal club at a social meeting on Tuesday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. u. f. apooner, Mrs Will Pyper, Mrs. A. B. Nicholas, Mrs. W. E. McConnell and Mrs. W. B. Rich ards. ' The afternoon was informally spent with sewing ana luncheon was served late in the afternoon. Green shamrocks served as place cards and tiny shamrocks and pipes decorated the ice cream. A regular studv meet ing will be held next week at the home of Mrs. B. S. Terwilliger. Mrs. W. K. Green and daughter. Margaret; have returned from Wash ington, where thev have staved durina- the. last session ot congress. Judge ureen arrived here last week. Mrs. Sadie Baker, dauzhter of the late Jacob Zoller of this city, and Mrs. D. R. Wolverton, local insur ance man, were quietly married at the English Lutheran church in Omaha on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wolverton will make their home with the bride's mother, Mrs. J. Zoller, 131 riatner street. - At the annual meeting of the Drama league, held at the Blackstone Tues day afternoon, Mrs. Leonard Everett was elected a member of the board. Mrs. Frank Pinney entertained the UXCHANCe YOUR OLD RECORDS BWja TMHV THE OPfN sATuertwvr ra.ireo cvcNmew imw.awtuoa. oar SWEET MILK A GOOD "CORE" FOR WRINKLES This New "Wrinkle-Cure" and Skin Beautifler Easy to Make with , a Half. Pint of 1'nsblmmed Hweet Milk ' (By DORftlS KANE.) Chamrlns; a rouch. come. htntohv wrinkled skin for one of velvety smooth ness and rose tone purity Is not a vain wish nor Impossible desire. It can bo done, for It has been done! Hun dreds of women know IIs farl h dniM . :-w..- ' n ' . (jir -A POMsess the wonderful ve l beauty-secret w h lob f IJfcL Vr' haa 11111(16 possible their I th truly r a $ a l complex- I V It ions, V POPULAR QUEST PROM - . 0HI0A00. I SHE WILL WED LIEUTENANT ' SWITZER. Any woman following th . ilmplo Instruction! liven her. will become the. proud poweMor or a. wrlnkle-lem ikln and lovely complexion. Alt that la required la annie unekimmed tweet milk, a little tMWdesrd bryol and ft wllllnanee. to devote ten minute. each day In bringing out thfl hidden beauty beneath a weatfipr.marrea complexion. Flrit, disiolve two ouncea of Dla n bow. dered bryol In one-half pint of aweet un skimmed milk, then atlr It aa you slowly heat it to near tha boiling point. Tlila will make a full half.pound of the finest and nrost delightful rolling massage cream aver put -on the akin. Use It aa you would any rolling maasage oresm and you will be truly amazed at the wonderful reaulta which will follow In a very short time. using this home-prenared aklu-beautlfler dally -ranees laugh-wrlnklea to gradually fade away, fine lines and orowsfeet soon dissolve, and tha rough, coarse, aallow, blott-by skin takes on au exquisite softness and rose-tone, tie sura to use none but unnklmmed sweet milk, and get the pow dered bryol frin your drugRlat In an or- gitial twO'Ounca paakage,-Advertleoment. members of the ' Flower mission at her home on . Oakland avenue Wednesday afternoon. It was voted to join the Visiting Nurse association as an organization and to co-operate in the supplying of outfits for babies. It was also decided to hold the an nual luncheon at the Boat club in June, instead of. at the Grand in April. Mrs. Pinney was assisted in serving by Mrs. Perry Badolet, Mrs. W. S. Rigdon and Miss Adcle Keeline. The Glen Avenue Card club was entertained at dinner on-Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Clark. The club guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. W. B. Cessna and Mrs. Warner Welch. The evening was spent at cards and prizes were won by Mrs. R. P. Rob inson, Mrs. F. F. Everest and Mr. Will Keeline. . ' , ' Mrs, J. G. Williams entertained the members - of the J. K. club at "500" Wednesday " afternoon. The prize for high score was won by Mra T.'R. Thomas. Mrs. William Mar quardt won the consolation and Mrs Grover DeBar the cut for all. Lunch eon was served after the game. The decorations and favors were1 all chosen in honor of St. Patrick. Sev eral piano solos were given by Mrs, Thomas, which were greatly appre ciated by the guests. On March 28 the club will be entertained by Mrs. Eugene Hall. About fifty members of the econom ics department of the Council Bluffs Women's club met at the Young Women's Christian association for luncheon Wednesday afternoon and later; made a tour of the Wilcox greenhouses, which are especially at tractive because of the Easter lilies. Mrs. Clarence Cunningham will enter tain the club on March 28, The Atlas club was entertained at luncheon at the Blackstone Tuesday, The hostesses were Mrs. F. W. Houghton, Mrs. Rachel Itlarmon and Mrs. R. ,'H. Bloomer, The regular study meeting of the club will be held next Monday afternoon, instead of Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Hough ton. V ' : , " " Tuesday afternoon the Garden club held its first meeting of the season at the home of Mra. F, W. Dean. The attendance was small on account of the stormy weather, and the program which had been arranged was omitted. The new programs for the year were distributed and the afternoon was spent socially, March 27 the club will meet at the home of Mrs. White head.: .- - i - Charlotte . Graves j. r. 1 feme's WiH Rd "The Melting Pot" AT THE BLACKSTONE Monday, March 19, 1917 3:45 P.M. Admission, 25c ' , MISS EDITH JfUSSSJLL Florence Social Items Miss Hazel Leach and Mr. John Kaufman were united in marriage Sunday afternoon, Rev. Mr.- Case of Omaha performing the ceremony, which was witnessed by only rela tives and close friends of the con tracting parties. Mr. Kaufman' came to Florence about a year ago" from Beatrice. Miss LeachI is the only daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Leach, and has spent almost her en tire life in Florence. The wedding took place at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman, which is just across the street from the bride's parental home. John Doll, Thomas Doll, Hans Doll and Miss Alma Doll spent Thursday at Blair visiting friends. Mrs. Gus Heise of Bancroft, Neb., formerly of Florence, was here the first of the week, hut is now1 in St. Joseph's hospital in' Omaha under going treatment. Emil Knag celebrated his thir teenth . birthday last Sunday after noon.. After a bountiful birthday dinner the evening w spent in play ing games. Among those present were Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Sorenson and family, Mr, and Mrs. Fritz Kruse and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kuhl and family, Mrs. Hans' Knag and Miss Lena Knag. ' J ,- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heise and family spent. Thursday in Blair, visit ing friends. Henry, Christensen of Blair spent Thursday in Florence, the guest of E. L. Platz. . . Mr. and Mrs. F. -L. Sclioop, who have been living in Florence .tlie last few months, are makjng arrange- ments to move back on the farm next week. Mrs. Newell Burton, who has been itl for some time, is rgain in a critical condition. Mrs. Scott Tucker relumed home Tuesday morning from Thayer, Incl., where she had been in attendance upon her mother during her illness and death. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Vogcl were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Myers Wednesday. They departed the same evening for Rock River, Wyo., where they will make their future home. Miss Gussie Kruse spent Thursday at Blair, Neb., visiting friends. William Elberts, who has been con fined to his bed by illness for the last six months, is improving vapidly and is now able to sit part of the time. Mrs. G. J. Bird and sou, Kenneth, departed for their home in Saskatche wan, Canada, after spending the win ter visiting friends and relatives in Omaha and Florence. The Ladies' Aid society " of the Methodist church will give a dinner at the church parlors Tuesday eve ning, April 5. MOVIE ACTRESSES AND THEIR HAIR Did it ever occur to you that every movie actress you have seen has lovely hair, while the most popular count their curls as their chief beauty? In fact, many are leading ladies just because of their attrac tive locks. Inquiry among them dis closes the fact that they, bring out all the natural beauty of their hair by careful shampooing, not with any soap or makeshift, but with a simple mixture of canthrox (which they get from the druggist) in a cup of hot water and applying this instead of soap. This full cup of shampoo liq uid is enough so it is easy to apply it to all the hair instead of just the ton of the head. After its use, the hair dries rapidly with uniform color, Dandruff, excess oil and dirt are dis-' solved and entirely disappear. . The hair is so fluffy that it looks much heavier than it is, while its luster and softness is delightful. Adv. i DfestowFtUsUtV , Sanatorium .... eii . This institution ii the only one in the central west with aeparate buildings situated in their own ample grounds, yet entirely dis tinct, and rendering it possible to classify cases. , The one building being fitted for and devoted to the treatment at non-contagious and non-mental diseases, no others be ing admitted; the other Rest Cot tage being designed for and de voted to the exclusive treatment of select mental cases requiring for a time watchful care and. spe cial nursing. . Taking Car of die Hair a Personal Responsibility If tou look like a f rumo don't blame your mirror or bewail your hick. It nay ne your lauir. The hair and the way it is eared for is ninety percent of a woman's looks, i It is so easy to prove this that no one (should delay a minute. A single application of Newbro'sj Herpicide is enough to convey an im- pression of its worth for dandruff, fall-' Ing hair, itching scalp, etc. The In creased life, luster and beauty of the hair following the intelligent use of this delightful scalp prophylactic speak for themselves. You will like Newbro's Herpicide. The odor is exquisite. 1 Sead 1 0 rant. In pontage of silver far trlat battle and booklet la Tha Hsrnkide Co., Da at. 1S5-B.Oetrott.Mldt. SaM everywhere Guaranteed by Tha Har eldda Ca. Aaecatlee at tha better barber jaerpici0e 3T WHEN WE MAKE A PRICE It Means No "Extras" Added Afterward There i no reason and no excuse for this unfair practice. This S7fl Casket 11 vfy v With an impressive SERVICE Free of needless expense, yet fitting the occasion. STACK a FALCONER "Omaha's Only Independent Undertakers." r a VI i t 3 24th and Harney Sts. Douglas 887. v t