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Mrs. $
Omaha Spanish club.
Alexander Pollock,, hostess, t
. s p. m
Business .Woman's council,
, , Auditorium, 11:30 a. m. to
' 1:30 p.m. (
Douglas County Council of
Defense, woman's (executive
. committee; court house, 1:30
p. m. .v"-"' '"
f ' Woman's club," railway mail
service, Mrs. H. c Forgy,
nostess, aw p. m. -: . &
Nortn aide Mowers ciuo pic- v
nic at Riverview park, P. E. I
O. sisterhood, Chapter E,
v Mrs. J. A.x Brysns, hostess,
- 2:30 p. m,i-- "A .. "
FRIDAY- .i :
Ramase slut, Mrs. "X. E. Iver f
, son, hostess, 2:30 p. m.
Train School Mothers' club, f
i Mrs. ,F. ' Kutcher, hostess, f
, 2:30 p. m. -T.nv,
Avenue Church Mission
, ary .society, Mrs. Blane t
.Truesdell, hostess, 2:30 p. m.J
' 1 1' 1 1' I i H I i i i 1 1' i I i
Suffragists Ask Funds t
to Continue Fight on
JUti-Suff Petitions
,. Good suffragists of Omaha-rare
" -working to raise $5,000 f to- continue
- the prosecution of the suffrage refer
endum esse, now in progress in the
;. county court.'1.-' '' V'" -V'' V" ' "
Half of the sum has been ' sub'
scribed. John L. Kennedy is chair.
man of the committee, now at work.
Letters have been sent' to hundred!
offOmahans. The expenses involved
' in securing witnesses and conducting
the work is about $150 a flay , f ' '
. The ' purposes of the letter Is ex
plained in the following extract:
; "This letter asks von to rive money
for a fight for fundamental democracy
at home, for the preservation of, the
referendum law,' and the purity 'of the
ballot, as well as for woman ttiflTage;
and to defeat forgery, ignorance and
misrepresentations made by people in
terested in bad government.".
Although witnesses a day .' are
subpoenaed, not ' more than 25 per
cent of the signers of the petition can
be located. The bearing daily shows
examples ot lorged signatures, names
subscribed without witnesses, and
many secured by misrepresentation,
according to the suffragists, s
Following are the heads of teams
at work on the money raising cam
paign: . V"- ' V , :
F. D. Wead, F. M. Gunther tr. R.
F. Leavens, Mrs. Charles' Russell, Mrs.
George Ai Joslyfl, R. B, Howell, Miss
Eunice Stebbins. A.' W." Carpenter, C,
F. Harrisbn. John W. Robins, Mrs.
' Harold GifTord, W. F. Baxter, W. T.
Graham, Mrs. R. B. Howell; C S.
Hayward, C S. Stebbins and Mrs.
Fred'iCarey. -,-c ..- -
'..V, Ramase Club Party. '
Mrs L. E, Jverson will entertain
the Raraase club at a lawn: party
at hef home, 3135 North Fifty-ninth
streets, Friday afterndon.
V Annual Meeting. .
The annual meeting of the. Wom
an's club, "Railway Mail Service, will
be held Wednesday at 3:30 o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. H.t.C. Forgy,
2510, North Fifty-eighth street, Ben-
Mothers Meetings - r
The North Side Mothers' club will
give it annual pjehtc at Riverview
park-Tuesday "afternoon. ' K '
Mrs. F. Kutcher and Mrs. J.Schnell
, will be hostesses for a social meeting
of the ,.T rain ;School Mothers' club
Friday 'afternoon at the home of the
.former,' 13? Lincoln avenue, ; ' i
v" ' Missionary Society.-
The JFmemeeting of the Women's
Missionary society of Lowe Avenue
Presbyterian church will take place at
the home of Mrs. Blame ' Truesdell
Friday afternoon. 'Mrs.' A, R. Well
will have charge of the. program,
.which will consist of reviews of mis
sionary work done in the -PhMipmnes,
;Cuha and, Porto RicW . . ,
Business Women's Council.
The, regular weekly meeting will be
- , held at the " Auditorium Tuesday
noon. Rev. R. W.,, Taylor of the
Parkvale Presbyterian f . church will
speak and luncheon will be served
by women-of' the First "Presbyterian
church, between 11:30 "and 1:30 p. m.
Patriotic Organisations '
U. S. Grant -Woman's.Reliei Corps
will meet at the. court house at 2:30
-p. m Tuesday, ,to hQW memorial
services for decease4 ,iembrs. Mrs.
Abbie Adams, past national president
t will give the address. . " j1
Spanish Club v " '
The Omaha Spanish club will meet
Monday evening t the home of Mrs.
4 Alexander Pollock, 370? Jones street.
P. E. O. Sisterhood. V ' r
Mrs. J. A.'Brytts will be hostess
for Chapter E of the P E. Q, sister
hood on Thursday afternoon at her
home- y v V'. .....
Women To , Prepare For
Fourth, Liberty Loan
. . A conference of women will he held
in Chicago pn July 9, 10 and 11 to dis
cuss ways and means for the coming
. Liberty loan campaign. The meeting
will represent the members of the na
tional woman's Liberty loan commit
tee, women chairmen of the federal
reserve districts and state chairmen of
' the woman's" Liberty lqan committee.
Mrs. William McAdoo, Chairman of
he national woman's Liberty loan
committee, will preside. SV v
"There will be no set program at
the meeting," said Mrs. Antionette
Funk, vice chairman of the national
woman's Liberty loan committee. "It
is to be aworkars meeting and we
- expect' "to make'1 Very far-rea'ching
plana foe the fourth war loan, mindful
as we shall be of the president's recent
words regarding the war revenue bill
"Many counties throughout tht
country nave turned their Liberty loan
committees over to the women, said
I-lrs. Funk. "We have at this head-
quarters reports from over 3,000 coun
ties ;an4 ' from '500,000: women- who
t orked on . committees during - the
' "ri Liberty loan drive."
Pretty Bride Has Army
and Navy Attendants.
Miss Dorothy Mae Morearty,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F.
Morearty, will be a June bride, as her
marriage to Mr. Martin J. Conboy will
be solemnized Tuesday at St Peter's
church. A wedding breakfast ' will
be served following the ceremony for
25 guests it the home of the bride's
parents, and a large reception will be
held that evening;
Both the army and navy will be
represented by the wedding at
tendants for the ushers will be Lieu
tenant L. J. Conboy, brother of the
bridegroom, of the U. S. navy, and
Lieutenant Charles Morearty of, the
Fort Omaha balloon school, a brother
of the bride. Miss Mary Conboy of
Sterling, 111., sister of the bridegroom,
will be maid of honor, and, Hilliard
Morearty, brother of the bride will be
best man. The little flower girls will
be Miss Aileen Michaelson and Miss
Corrine Morearty. , '
From WMhlnfton Bnrca,
' 1111 O. Strwt.
A FEW days of great heat will
change' the most important
nlans it Wa c t in ertnw Tlitsk urt
' sicasif si v v ctaii 110 win ". ww vwn
there was almost an exodus of prom
inent people to the mountains, that'
locality being more popular just now
than the sea-shore, thanks to the en
terprise of German U-boats and pos
sible airplanes being sent out from on
board.' '; ' 's,'?'' . -The
secretary of the tressdry and
Mrs.'McAdoo are already established
at the White Sulphur, save for-the
trips they are making recently, for
weddings, the first one, the secretary's,
oldest daughter Mrs. Martin, who be
came the wife last Saturday of Clay
ton Piatt, jr. of Philadelphia, and that
of last Wednesday of Ray Baker, di
rector of the mint, and Mrs.' Alfred
Gwynne Vanderbilt, which took place
at Lenox, Mass., both of which Sec
retary and Mrs. McAdoo attended.
There will probably be no summer
White House established this year, as
there has been in former seasons "be
fore the war." The president and
Mrs.. Wilson will reljr upon motor
trips, probably frequently to the
White Sulphur.
The ball game for the benefit, of
the war fund of the Women's Con
gressionar club, .played last Satur
day afternoon byv a team from
the democratic side of the, house of
representatives against a team from
the republican side. Sometimes ., a
good hit was made, and once or twice
La good run, which bore evidence of
past experience on.tne diamond, out
for the most part the men (in horse
lingo) were "soft," their clothes didn't
fit and they were "some too fat, and
some too lean" to be entirely fit for
the work in hand. Just the same it
was a great occasion, with the presi
dent and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Margaret
Wiisori and Miss Boiling, the vice
president and- Mrs. Marshall, and
Speaker Champ Clark with his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
James Thomson; in a little group in
the ;center of the mammoth grand
stan'd, , giving encouragement mainly
to the democratic side. Just which
side wo,rr, .few, women In the grand
stand knew, but they did know that
a large sum was realized with which
they could purchase materials to con
tinue their philanthropic and pa
triotic wo.rk. . : '
; . Ball Game For War Fund.
The . Nebraska women, wives and
mothers- of the members of the dele
gation from that state, were all pres
ent, except perhaps Mrs. Hitchcock,
who is ill much of the time, and they
sold tickets for days preceding; the
game. They turned in over $600 from
their sales, which was about the best
record made by any delegation, even
larger ones The presidential party
were all in white that afternoon ex
cept for the president's black coat
Otherwise he wore wmte, even to the
daisy in his button-hole. Veils were1
conspicuous in the party, Mrs. Wil
son wearing, with her white cloth
suit and broad brimmed white hat
trimmed with white flowers, a delect
able French blue veil of tulle, about
the hat and over her face. It was
fastened at the back -and brought
around to the front and fastened at
the corsage in a great soft bow, the
blue being most becoming to her. She,
sat throughout the game and knitted
with short ivory needles ' and white
wool. -She has mastered the Tart of
knitting without watching, and never
tost funny point in the game. Miss
Margaret Wilson, in a Jong white
coat, wore on her head merely a tur
ban band of white, with no crown
Other, than her own pretty light hair,
and a large square white chiffon' veil
thrown evenly over the head, and the
point in front thrown back again over
the head, making a graceful arrange
ment of the four points of the veil
flowing over th shoulders. Speaker
Clark wore his famous fawn-colored
beaver, fashioned after th stvl, of
Cupid's Darts Strike Katherine
Gould and Captain Robert Burns
. One of the most interesting an
nouncements of, the season comes
today, as Mr. and Mrs. Henry R.
Gould announce the engagement of
their lovely daughter, Katherine, to
Capt. . Robert C. Burns, company
M, 350th infantry. The vy-edding will
take olace June ',t 29 in All Saints'
church. sv . : .
No invitations will be issued for
the wedding, and there will be no an
nouncements following. Miss Kutn
Anderson will be. the bride's onfy
Miss Gould, who is one of Omaha's
fairest daughters, is a graduate of the
Central Hinh school, and also at
tended Penn Hall at Chambersburg,
Pa. . x
Captainy Burns is a member of one
of Omaha's oldest and most promi
nent families. He is a son of the
late Samuel Bums, and a brother of
Mrs. Charles T. Kountze and Mrs. Os
good Eastman. Captain Burns is a
graduate of. the Central High school,
later; attending Harvard. He re
ceived his commission at the hrst om
cers'. training camp at Fort Snelling
and has been stationed at C&tnp
Dodge jor several months.
The announcement does, not come
as a surprise to the friends of the
couple, for the attentions of the young
officer have .been very maricea jor
some time.. Gabby Detayles rumored
the -encairement some time ago. and
prophesied, the wedding date, of this
pretty girl and one ot cjmana s most
eligible bachelors was not far distant.
the beaver of 1855 oc '60, with bell-
shaped crown and broaa upurung
brim. It was presented to him at a
hanniicf Iwn veara itrn hv Renresen-
tative Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois,
and Representative William Kent of
California (now out of congress), ac
cording to the engraving inside. Mr.
Clark .always wears this to the ball
games. The speaker rose several
times during the game and stepped
nver in the nresident'a box and ex
changed some bright remarks, prob
ably witty ones, too, tor tney ano tne
vice president had gopd laughs over
them. Miss Mabel Boardman of the
. . . i i i i i .
itea cross, iwno naa oniy ucen oat
from France 48 hours, occupied a box
with her mother and sister ana neia
a regular little court of her own.
i Miss Hitchcock Maid of Honor.
Mia Puth HitrhrnrW. dautrhter of
the enatnl- from ' Omaha, was maid
of honor this afternoon at the wed
ding of Miss Margaret McChord,
daughter of the Interstate Com
merce commissioner, and Lieut.
George LeRoy Boyle of the aviation
service ' of the United States, who
carried the first aero mail out of
Washington a, few weeks ago. They
were married at 5 o'clock this after
noon at the ,Willard, where the. Mc-
Chords have lived tor years, miss
Hitrhenck save a lovelv little pic-
..... a -t . with tinner in the wnnd.l.
kuiv ymkj '.. .rr i
for the bridal party n Monday eve-.
ning of this week, me wnoie party
was entertained at dinner last, eve
ninor hv the former treasurer central
of Persia and Mrs. Morgan Shuster.
Mrs. D. C. Stapleton is leaving next
week for a visit in the country and
will then go down to Atlantic ,City
for the Wmainder of the summer or
the greater part of it. Mr. Mapleton
hopes to sail fom Panama this week
for home, after his trip to South
America. Capt. Charles Hamilton.
nephew of Mrs. Mapleton, is stui
with her in their Washington home.
Mt. and Mrs. Walter Penfield
were among the guests at dinner of
Mrs. F. B. Moran on Monday eve
ning given in honor of the Japanese
ambassador 'and Viscountess Ishii, at
the Chevy Chase club.. There were
30 guests seated upon tne. picturesque
porch of the famous club. Mr. and
Kfr Penfield had inst returned from a
motor trip to White Sulphur Springs,
and are leaving m a tew aays ior
a similar trip to Atlantic uty. Mrs.
Penfielri'a narmts. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Bacon of Omaha, arrived here
recently, having made the Trip from
Omaha by .motor. '
The Vmttinor class' of the Nebraska
Women's Washington club knits on
diligently, meeting every otner Mon
day night " in the home of Senator
.nt f rm ("tenrcre VV. Nnrri in1 Cleve
land park. The club give the young
women. from Nebraska, here for war
work, a pleasant excursion this after
noon, their first Saturday half holiday.
They went to Mt Vernon,' the
home of Washington, , by boat.
roamed over the grounds as long as
thev like', and had supper on, the
boat returning. ' . .
Miss Sheely ot Hastings, weo., is
Want to Keep Your v
Hair Perpetually Curly?
Peroetuallr wvy. urly hlr li now with
in tht mean ot vry woman to poiius.
Ont need only get few ounces ot plain
liquid tUrnerine from her druggut ana appiy
little of it oecasionally with a elean tooth
brush. This quickly dries in the most beau
tiful and natural looking waves and creases
imaginable. Wind and weather do not at.
fact the eurliness as where heated Iron has
been used. v
Liquid sllmerine ts so pure and harmless
less there is not the slltthtest danger of spot
ting the soalp or streakinf the hair, and it
leaves no sticky or creasy trace. It will also
be appreciated as beneficial dressing, a
it keeps the hair so soft, silky and lustrous.
Ad. U
"Complete Satisfaction"
Balmwort Kidney Tablets
' Mrs. J. Godard, 204 5ooper
St. Atlanta. Ga.. writes: -"I
have used your Sulpherb T&b- -1
lets (for liver and blood) and
Balmwort Tablets with com
plete satisfaction. In fact, I
thought . I had a Paralytic
stroke in December. In Janu
ary, I got a tube of the Balm
wort Kidney Tablets and in one
week's time I seemed to be :
alright again, and have had ho
return , of symptoms, etc."'
' Nev&F 5 neglect symntoms of -Kidney
and Bladder Trouble if
you woud avoid dangers. Sold
by all .druggists, 1 -. ' '
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4)ne of the latest arrivals from the
state to take up work for the gov
ernment here during the war.
to-Operative Crocery Store
For Postoffice Employes
Mrs. Albert Sidney Burleson, wife
of the postmaster general, who con
ducts her war work mainly in co
operation with the employes of the
Postoffice department and the wives
of its officials, has been, instrumental
in establishing a Co-operative grocery
store, which, according to the organ
izers, has gone a long way toward
helping the clerks meet the high cost
of living.
This store is conducted on a strictly
business basis. Membership costs $1
a year, and a charge of 5 per cent is
made on purchases to cover expenses.
The saving by wholesale purchase and
sale of goods is estimated 'at 20 per
cent. None but employes of the
Postoffice department may become
members of ib co-operative store.
Purchase tickets cost $1 and $5 each.
A $1 ticket is good for 95 cents' worth
of commodities ; a $5 ticket purchases
$S0 worth. .
Children's Bureau Needs"
More Employes
' Owing to the constantly enlarging
activities of the children's bureau,
Department of Labor, due to war con-,
ditions and a nation-wiJe campaign
to reduce infant mortality and for
child welfare generally, the United
States civil service commission has
been asked to conduct examinations
for assistant inspectors, special
agents, and research assistants. Both
men and women are eligible for these
positions. -
, Assistant inspectors receive en
trance salaries of from $1,200 to $1,
680 a year, their duties being to in
spect 4 factories, mills, workshops,
canneries, mines, and mills and to aid
in the enforcement of the federal
child labor law. Examinations will
be held July 10 and for the other var
cancies July 11 and 12
How to Prevent Jt from
.Growing Gray
There is lio occasion for you to look
unattractive or prernaturelp cJd be
cause of gray, streaked with gray,
white or faded hair. Don't let this
condition with its look of age rob you
of your youthful beauty and the won
derful opportunities which life offers.
No matter how gray, prematurely
gray, lusterless or faded your, hair
might be, "La Creole" Hair Dressing
will revive the color glands of nature
promote a healthy condition ol the
hair and scalp and cause all ofyour
gray or faded hair to become evenly
dark, soft, lustrous and beautiful.
This preparation is not a dye, but an
elegant toilet requisite which is easily
applied by simply combing or Mush
ing through the hair. .
USE v-
to prevent your hair from growing
gray and to restore a beautiful dark
color to graybr faded hair. Sold and
recommended by Sherman &-McCon-
nell Drug Stores, Omaha, JNeb., and
all good . drug stores everywhere.
Adv. 'V ;V :
pA.Ban.jF Bail
This institution is the only one
in the central1 west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and rendering it possible to
clnssify cases. - Tha one building
being fitted for and devoted to
the treatment of non-cpntagious
and non-mental diseases no others
being, admitted; the other. Rest
Cottage being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive, ' treat
ment, of select taental cases, re
quiring for a time watchful care
and special nursing.
aw rfayyarar s aaaaw-
Mr." Louis Doup; motored to Des
Moines Thursday "and is expected
home the first of the week.
'Miss Dorothy and Miss Marian
Weller, who have been in Chicago for
Miss Dorothy's graduation from the
Elizabeth Harrison kindergarten
school, returned home Tuesday. Mrs.
Harry Weller and Mrs. E. V. Lewis
will remain a week or so longer.
Frank C. Hanighen, who has just
finished his freshman year at Har
vard, is spending a few days as the
guest of Robert Flock at his country
home just out of Troy, N. and
will be home the last of next week.
Miss Mary Coll will leave in a few
days to, spend the summer at the
schools of Mascagno, Chalif and
Vestof in New York, v
Mrs. T. E.v Stevens left today to
spend the. summer at Quogue, Long
Island, N. Y. .
Cornelius Clarke has returned home
from Hill school in Pennsylvania. .
Mr. Robert B. Wallace of . Council
Bluffs and son, Bruce, are spending
several weeks in Arkansas.
Mrs. T. F.' Kennedy, who has been
in New York for several weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Stanton, before she
sails for canteen work abroad, is ex
pected home Sunday.
Mrs. Sheridan of St. Joseph. Mo.,
is with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas
McShane, and Mr. McShane, for a
few days.
Mrs. Ralph W. Moody and children
of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Moody's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R.
Campbell, on (Jeorgia avenue.
' f is Ttanette Mullen, who has been
seriously ill at St. Catherine's hospital,
They do, not because it is a fad,,
but because they wish to obtain the
greatest possible hair1 beauty and be
sure they are not using anything
harmful. They have found that in
washinz the hair it is never wise-to
use a makeshift, but it is always ad
visable to use a preparaton made for
shampoong only. - Many of our
friends say they get the best results
from a simple home-made Canthrox
mixture. You can use this at a cost
of about 3 cents a shampoo by getting
some Canthrox from your druggist
and dissolving a teaspoonf ul in a cup
of hot water. This makes enough
shampoo liquid to apply to all the
hair instead of just the top of the
head, as with most preparations.
Dandruff, excess oil and dirt are dis
solved and entirely, disappear in the
rinsing water. Your hair will be so
fluffy that it will loflk much heavier
than it is- Its luster and softness
will also delight, you. Adv.
So apd wrote one erf onr
SiiooolNONSPl friends.
a wona-pful "MfSS!:
SSSni soar armpit par-
Miration troubtts , "5
.formally (bw. absdutdy odor-JSSpft-sra
shy i wsplt ot
tuiot NONSPI according-to tha
sinml directions. Yo,wtU thn
n3non-doldrsssshle ds-and
penpiratioa sums will M?at
and relief to millions of
Somea-H criU da tbs
akaiTiai for TOO
Aat f JaWal SBOtltff
lr f toilet and draff
Tot SaWtlBi
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Btedwai wwcTHwia-
tne nannium
nopit panpintioa.
Cadomene the ,
"Miracle Medicine"
, - N v
Many People Hswe , Written of
the Seemint "Miracles" Per- .,
formed by "Cadomene
They Are Only Recommended
for Worn-Out, Impoverished,
Nervous People, But ! .
People have testified that they have
been cured of rheumatism, headaches,
stomach disorders, pains of neuralgia,
etc., through the use of this secret
medicine-tonic, Cadomene Tablets. It
only means that the Cadomene has
helped to build up he strength of all
organs and then nature has a chance
to bring-the cure. Therefore, if you
are tired, slnpgish, and your feet and
hands are cold and clammy, and nerv
ousness overwhelms you by sleepless
ness, irritable temper and your heart
flutters while dizziness and tremblinj?
seize you at times, you may ward off
serious consequences and become full
of vigor, red blood and health for
every vital organ of your body. Mr.
J. W. Biggs of R. R, No-i $, Fort
Worth, .Tex., writes: I am using
Cadomene Tablets and find them to
be good, in every way for an old man
of 60." F. W, Barbeau, 1827 Inca
street, Denver Colo,, writes: ."I. have
taken one package of Cadomene and
it has put me on my fet and I feel
fine." ,.. -. .....
vauvuiviiy iuuuo wt uvt'vif euu
I "Bless the lasplratfen Mjm
I Thai Conceived IU- WM$
- mi rm r-i
home on Sunday. ...
Ray J. Mullen has gone to Chicago
where he has enlisted in the Great
Lakes naval training station.
Miss Belle Dewey is expected home
soon from California, where she has
spent the winter. . '
Jasper Hall is expected home Sun
day from the Hill sahool and Camp
Devens, Mass., where he has been
visiting Tiis sister, Mrs. Aycrigg, and
Captain Aycrigg. . - ;. - , '
Miss Helen Hubbard leaves today to
visit her aunt in Cleveand
Mrs.-Frances Fern and daughters,
who have been witn Mrs. Fern's sis
ter, Mrs. E. H. Sprague, have taken
is 'sufficiently recovered' to
Bargdns iThat Excel Anything ! Vet Offered
v Twenty High-Grade Upright and Gran1 Pianos,
returned from Brownell Hall, which closed fast week,
have been put through our factory, tuned, regulated
and polished and will be closed out this week regard-1
less of cost, as we need the room for New" Pianos ar
riving daily. , V
Listen, Mr. Piano Buyer -
You can make your selection from such well-known'i
makes as Steinway, Knabe, Chickering, Everett, Sohmer,
J. & C. Fisher, Smith & Nixon, Price & Teeple, McPhail,
Hardman, Steger, Emerson, Irving and many others. Do
not delay. Call at once if you wish to save money.
$275 Irving Upright . . . . '. .$135
$300 P. C. Weaver Upright. $145
$300 Whitney Upright. .. .$160
$350 Price & Teeple Upr'it.$185
$375 Chase Upright .$195
$400 Chickering Upright. .$248
Terms Arranged ,to Suit
All Instruments fully guaranteed.' Pianos Rented, $4 and $5
pec month. Rent allowed if purchased. We sell everything in Music
and quote lowest prices. ,
Schmoller & Mueller
Do Not Fail to See the
Nursery floors
used to be rovtredwithunaankary carpets or allow
ed to go ba and unfinished.
Liquid Granite has changed all that by making a
finish so tough and, elastic that even romping chil
dren cannot deface floors that are treated with it.
Liquid Granite is waterproof and makes a finish
of velvety smoothness that is easily kept in perfect
condition. It is the best varnish made for floors
and all work where great durability is desired.
The finest white interiors are produced with Luxe
berry White Enamel whitest white, stays white;
and win not crack or chip.
Both these Phaisfaee an made by
Berry Brothers, the world's largest
varnish makers.
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a house for the summer. Mrs. D. E.
Kurtz and small daughter of Chicago,
will be the guests of Mrs. Hurts,
sister, Mrs. . H. Sprague, for several
weeks. . '
Miss Callie McConnell has left to,
spend the summer in 'Milwaukee.
Mrs. W. R. McKeen returned home
Sunday from several weeks at Atlan
tic City.
A baby daughter, Nancy Lee, was
born to Lt. and Mrs. O. C. Davidson
Lieutenant Davidson arrived Satur
day evening from Ellington Field,
Tpt whrr , hr i utatinnr'fl. , Mrs.
Davidson was formerly Miss Virginia
Weller. . . ' -
$550 Knabe Upright ...... $275
$500 Sohmer Upright $290
$500 Everett Upright. . . . .$325
$650 Smith & Nixon Grand. $310
$1,000 Steinway Upright.. $375
$850 Knabe Grand .-$750
$5 Per lVlonth and Up
Film "Wake Up America.1
Manufacturers of Sonlirht faint. ,
TeL Doarlas 8018.
109-11 South 11th St, Omaha,
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