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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1917.
Burket-Copley Wedding. A pretty wedding of Wednesday evening was the marriage ceremony of Miss Harriet Copley and Mr. Earl Burket at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Copley, at 8 o'clock, the Rev. A. A. fie Larmc of the First Baptist church officiat ing. Ophelia roses in baskets, the handles of which were tied with large luffy bows of lavender tulle and smilax decorated the house. Before the ceremony Miss Alice naval, whose gown was made of Ophelia colored radium silk with sil ver embroidered panels of georgette in front and back and forming the sleeves, and wearing violet colored sweet peas, sang "All Joy Be Thine," by Sanderson. She was accompanied on the piano by Miss Grace Slabaugh, who wore a black tulle gown over silver cloth. . For the entrance of the bridal party Miss Slabaugh played the Lohengrin wedding march. The bride, who was given away by her father at the improvised altar of m;ii and Onhdia roses with a can- opy from which were suspended roses on lavender ribbon, wore a beautiful white satin gown, embroidered in a floral design in seed pearls. The waist was of solid embroidery and the skirt, which was made short, was draped with soft folds of the satin and tulle. It was cut low in the neck and made empire style. Her veil was short and was caught by a strand of pearl beads arranged in Grecian style over the forehead. She carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley. Mrs. Copley wore a flesh-colored georgette crepe gown embroidered in pastel shades and beads and trimmed with silver lace. It was made.in soft straight lines with long bell-shaped sleeves, Miss Mabel Allen, the maid of honor, wore an Ophelia colored satin gown draped with two overskirts of orchid colored tulle outlined with a silver thread, and made with two flounces in front of silver lace. The bodice was of silver lace with tulle butterfly sleeves and a silver girdle. She carried an old-fashioned shower bouquet of Ophelia roses in a paper frill. Miss Helen Smith, the brides maid, wore a similar colored gown and carried an old-fashioned bouquet of lavender sweet peas in a lace pa per frill. ' . Mr. Herbert Smailes was best man and Messrs. Archibald Laurence and Walter Byrne were the ushers. The maid of honor, the bridesmaid and Miss Duval were presented with gold filigree pins with aapphires in the center, while the groom gave his best man a gold knife and the ushers, gold pencils. Over 150 guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Burket left last evening for a three weeks' trip through California, after which they will be at home at 1.131 South Thirty-third street., What Occupied the Day. ' . Mrs. George Kiewit entertained the Smith College Alumnae associa tion at her home, when twelve of the members were present. The after noon was spent in making cretonne bags for the sale which is to be held the day before Easter. Cupid Sends Winged Messenger. Since Dr. Frank L. Conlin became engaged to marry a North Platte girl, Miss Harriet Dixon, the United States mail, arm milh inn clnur Uh.n On. considers all the tedious hours be tween mail deliveries to the doctor's office and the consequent apprehen jon he labors under during the hours he is without a fresh, daintily penned note from North Platte, it is easy to see why lie decided to give up a large part of his income to the telegraph company. The other day the doctor rang for a messenger boy, and then he waited. Seconds grew to minutes and the doctor rang again. "He'i on his way," the telegraph company told him.. In about an hour the messenger "boy" hobbled in, on a cane. He had a snow-white beard that was all of a foot long. Dr. Conlin swooned. ' "Stimulants!" breathed the doctor, weakly. "It's taken this kid so long to get here that he'i grown a beard and lumbago." The "boy" revived the doctor by telling him that he didn't age in the telegraph company's employ. In fact, he only started to work that day, and was thankful of the company policy which permits employment of old men. Also it took only fifteen min utes by the clock for him to make the trip. The doctor sealed up his telegram so th "boy" couldn't read it and giggle, and handed it oerv. "It seemed like it was years and years since I first called," the doctor said. Then he sighed, looked at the photograph of a beautiful girl that adorned his desk, and stuck a lead WILL ' SINa AT BURKET. COPLEY WEDDING. V I f It,:, t r 1 pencil in his mouth and held a lighted match to it while he tried to write out a prescription with a cigaret,. Raise Funds for Summer Camp. Mrs. Charles E. Hall has interested a number of her friends in the $20,000 campaign for a summer camp for girls, which is being conducted by Miss Clara Brewster and the Athletic club of the Young Women's Christian as sociation. As a result, a number of women are planning to raise at least $10 by giving little parties at their homes. The first will be given Mon day afternoon by Mrs. W. M. Giller, who is asking her friends to fill four or five tables at bridge. Prizes will be offered and the proceeds will be devoted to the fund. This will pro vide' a way to raise the money without appraling to business men. Weddings of Interest. Omaha people will be interested in the wedding announcement of Mrs. Mona Rawitzer Cannan and Mr. Nor man Le Compte, who were married March 1 in Los Angeles, Cal. The couple will make their home in Great Falls, Mont. A wedding of interest to many Omahans was that of Mr. Robert R. Goodman and Miss Meda Parry at Ogden, Utah, March 9. The young couple were married at the home of the bride's parents, 2561 Brinker ave nue, Rev. J. E. Carver of the First Presbyterian church officiating. 'Mr. and Mrs. Goodman departed for a two weeks' honeymoon to the Pacific coast. The will be at home to their friends after May 1 at Ogden. Mr. Goodman was formerly assist ant city ticket 'agent for the Union Pacific. Notes of Interest. Miss Lizbeth Bucknam of Warren, III., who has been the guest of Mrs. K. H. Cole, left Monday evening for New Mexico. V Miss Elizabeth G. Morgan gradu ated from Chicago university Tues day, receiving her bachelor of phil osophy degree. 1 Miss Ethel Irene Piel, who is at tending National i"ark seminary in I Utility in Smart Coats 0' NE of the Fifth avenue authorities has fash ioned a general utility coat which is at once practical and truly useful. It is of old rose serge, heavily ribbed, and it is cut with pockets and belt and buttons just where each needs to be. With the coat is worn a hot of old rose tussur edged with hemp and cords and trimmed with wonderful glowing beads of deep coral. HAT could be more charming for evening wear than this surplice cape of rose taf feta? The high collar is embroidered in glimmering silver and, silver tassels fall from the pointed pockets. The entire cape shirrs onto the collar and surplice. The surplice itself is a broad, long sash-like piece of taffeta which starts where the high, stiff collar ends. Gathering Materia. For Book. Mrs. Elizabeth Dejeans, the setting for whose latest book, "The Tiger's Coat," was laid in Omaha, has con tracted to write another book deal ing with aeronautics, the scene to be laid in Japan. Through Miss Eva Ma honey, Omaha newspaper woman who is now in New York. Mrs. Te jeans was presented to Major Carl F. Hartmann, now in charge of Gov ernor's Island in New York harbor, who is considered an authority on aeronautic affairs. It was on Gov ernor's Island that Ruth Law de scended from her memorial aeroplane trip from Chicago to the metropolis, Miss Mahonc.' and Mrs. Dejeans spent last week-end with the Hart manns, who formerly lived in Omaha, Mrs. Dejeans gathering information for her new book. This summer Mrs. Dejeans will go to Japan to get local color for her book, just as she spent several weeks in Omaha prior to writ ing "The Tiger's Coat." New Drama Class Formed. A group of young society women met this afternoon at the home of Miss Eugenia Patterson for the pur- 5 pose of forming a study club under the direction of Miss Kate McHugh. The course of lessons will cover ten weeks, the club to meet once a week at the homes of member" . Sick Room Notes. Little Barbara Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burns, has scarlet fever, so that the family will be in quarantine for the next six weeks. Mr. Ward Burgess has been ill at his home with serious ear trouble ever since his return last Monday from the west. Mrs. Allan Parmer is recovering from an operation for the removal of her tonsils, which was performed a week ago. Persistent Advertising Is the Road to Success. Cream of Rice Coupom Redeemed at The Public Market The Empress Market TWO 15c PRCS. FOR 15c Thursday and Friday, March 22 it 23 0 Information Concerning Weekly Monthly or Yearly Rentals of Blackstone Apartments twill be furnished upon request, together with other Information relative to the size of our luitei, etc. Every apartment hat individual bath room and the rental price Includes free telephone service on Omaha exchange, light, heat, linens, maid service, and the use of lobbies, magnificent lounge rooms, roof gardens, etc. If suitable apartments cannot be secured at time of Inspection, which we suggest you make early, have your name placed on our waiting list. Telephone Harney 84S to make appointment for pur pose of making inspection. " THE BLACKSTONE U ;U Thursday afternoon between 2 and 5 will be the exhibition hours. Miss Carrie Millard urges those suffi ciently interested in the work to join one of the circles. Future Events. Mrs. Ronald Paterson entertains at luncheon tomorrow for Mrs Alfred Francoeur of Glencoe, Chicago, who J7777777777777 Washington, begins her vacation to- comes that day to be her guest for morrow, she will visit her room' mate in Defiance, O., and a sorority sister in Cleveland, O. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Piel, have just received a letter from her school sav ing that Miss Ethel has passed the course in business law wtih honor and is tin highest member of her class. Mrs. Harry Bosworth of Chicago leaves today for her home in Chi cago. She stopped one day with her sister, Mrs. George Brandeis, to rest after their return from California. Miss Loretta Delone has returned from- a short visit in Lincoln. Miss Callie Faddis, who is study ing at the National School of Domestic Science and Art in Wash ington, will spend her spring vaca tion with a achoolmate in Peters burg, Va. ' Mrs. C. L. Waldron of Beach, N. D arrived yesterday for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor. Several affairs are being planned in her honor. Exhibit War Relief Supplies. Before the next shipment of sup plies to the National Surgical Dress ing association is sent the women of the Franco-Belgian society have de cided to invite the public to come to the war relief room in the Baird building, Seventeenth and Douglas streets, to see what is being done. the week-end. Miss Hilda Hammer will entertain the members of the Vassar club Fri day at her home. Prof. Jacques Brandes will lecture on "Anatole France" for .members of L'Atliance Francaise, Saturday at 4:30 o'clock in the lecture room at the public library. Milk Infant k Invalids .Substitute Coat YOU Bum TOM A Nutritious Diet for All Ages. Keep Horlkk's Always on Hand Quick Lunch; Homo or Office. liTUT JKY. Sal A. -11 aT Bring Your Cream of Rice Coupons HAYDEN'S THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ONLY Twa ISc packataa lor 15c aNU "1 Ilium.. ..jiiiUI ' i ' "Simon Pure", Leaf Lard ' TTVX3D experts say: "Always use pure leaf I lard.' Tbay i Mm ttta tweauaa MoT tart It fichar and ftnar Mxturad and the finer tha tta : tun to. qufckM it it takan up by th flour hanca, ttw : ligbtu and mora cUlkata th baking, "Simon Pure" is made from choicest, flaky laaf iit only opan-kattle tandtrad. Oom ooa-thlrd farther than ordinary lard. Sold only In hygiame, OCMiy-coTeraa pan PRODUCTS. ARMOURCOMPANY ROBT. BUDATZ. Mrr, 13lk Janaa St.. Faa D. I0SS, Ommht, Nab. W. L. WUkhaoa, t Q. So. 1740. U4 far Amaw'i OrJUMfMilki.ariialfM nft Mrs. Housewife:- " Shop early tomorrow and get your two 15c packages of Cream of Rice for 15c. .vOI I 11 S I mm afTU m aSaTM mm .V WW . mmr M JI M ftaaatT' j-m. w wmm V WW WmW M WW m mW M mM , U m Mmmw -W - J l ir - I l i I rO' fQon nno-fnr 1 ft. Or I HV1SJ ' J I M CI S.-1 IttTtT m I I m . 1 a & mm jl - - l BF.TTif I liu ir.i aaEauaaa a I J II . i aV rr A 11 l JtaV whv do we do this? lrK".r S5lKJ 2LlCi . II af I You Get This One FREE Each 15c package makes eight pounds of prepared food. That means twice eight, or six teen pounds for 15c. Or less than a cent a pound or about four big helpings for a penny ! Why do we do this? Madam. surjDOse YOU had something bet ter than anvthinir else of its kind something vou knew neonle would fall in love with, if they onlv knew about it: what would you do? v.. .n..ij4- A fmm Vinn.n ta hmifia tellinflr neoDle about it, couldn't write letters telling about it- Such methods would be alow and costly. You would have to find some means of reaching ALL the people right away. That's why we are holding When You Buy This One 1 1 3 a 3 But yon must have CREAM OF RICE in your home ta.t it thoroughly cide for yourself. If we gave you a free package and you didn't to do anything to get it you wouldn't half appreciate it. That is i We are going to give you a practical demonstration of the delicious flavor of CREAM. OF RICE, that can be cooked in a hundred different ways, decide hflvn t.n i why wa will do just as much as we ask you to do: Thursday and Friday only you buy just on 15-cent package of CREAM OF RICE and your Grocer will .in tou una FREE. We will stand the expense. Be sure to m fill in the accompanying coupon and take it the Grocer's. And after that your own opinion of CREAM OF RICE will decide your future patronage. Could anything be-more fair? We want you to see for yourself the many ways you can cook CREAM of RICE. Try it for muffins, coffee cake, for gravies, for pancakes, pud dings and for breakfast cereal. Be sure and shop early. Get YOUR FREE package of CREAM OF, RICE with the package you buy I I f ' AV J XXUr TOW r. Grocer: i coupon aniJ 16c entitles your customer to two 16c DftckaneA of Cream of cy Rice on March 22 and 28. CouDona redeemed at full price thromth Wood Brokeraes Co.. 927 W. O. W. 0 jAjr Bid?., Omaha. Mali coupom promptly next weeK ana cnecit will be mailed yon. Customer please fill in. Date Karat Addresa , Grocer , SI a IIMI 1 1 ummmmmmmmM aTatfaTatraraTjTaraTraTTlTTniT arMTraT TTTTTT Tl