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S-ll i JL a- FlorcnccWcddins Program Outline Second District Convention Mfi. U M. Lord. pre.idriU of Second district, NbriV Federation tit Women's Clubs, submit Iht fo) lotting outline (or Iht Second d i trirt convention which meet, in Oma I it th urgti-N'4li auditorium April 2 and 13. Tin meeting will open Wednesday morning. Mrs. .'oot Steinberg, Second )( triil. tluirimn o( fine art, will have charge i't the mum-. M Msrjr Louise Guy, C.mp Fire Nreurv, mil givt a talk on "llie t am l ire .Vtivitiei;' Mi's Jie J owne, (Iran ol girli at Central 1 itin ihiMtl, Mill speak on "Our Girl; "i. ivies Community Servire" will be di.rutted by Mr. W, S Knight, rivirt chairman, Omaha Woman's rltih; "l.rtdkUtion. Mrs. II. J. Mailre. chairman ol Omaha I raeue WoiiK-n Vir: "Anieriian I'iiUrn hip," Mr. I J. Hir. dutrlri chair. man. rireaiilina ! lr I I. Ileinnrl state chairman, will outline Hate ' The wrddin of Mi Father Ove work, and John M. Uurnelt. 1'iiitfd "d J'1' both ol I-lor. Mates immiBration inspector, will f"". win place tnit siirrnoon speak on ',t'lllfnllip.', John Lutheran church in An election ol oiticrr will be held rlorence. A reception will lulluw this year. Nominating committee ? l,om ' be bride's parent. will inrrl Wrrtnetilav aiierniwn. nr Mr. and Mm. A. J. Ove. The Bl eeding banquet in Iurge-Nah tea Undanti are to be Mi Flora Jci- rooru. at t:M) p. m. Mr. O. Y. I P"on ami jniitir vve. Kring. toastitiitre. ana iirs. uve ire planning to Kveiiin ,im opens at 8 o'dotk. n,ov' n Lincoln, and alter a Addren. Mr. Edgar K. 1'enney. ',ort diiig trip Mr. and Mr. tate p.e.idrat; play. -Iteauty and J,,.P"JPn be l ho",e at ttfV Hie Jacobin," by liootli Tarkington, ",c wve n'c- nm'h a... 1 - - ,... 1 ' : It . .. I i ' wc "r ' vhiu tt iiiwiii. I r a j niirtfiav morning prrsiiicnu 01 rpnr IV Prnnrlfl .Second d.trict club, will give their 1 -al1 . ' V 1 1 1 U i I u I County Fair I I' r (1W j Thursday report; Mr. Ilritrr Itronon Cop per, president of the Lity Concert club, will pcak on work i the club; addrc, Mr. Addison U. Sheldon, tieneral federation dircctof lor e bratkat At II a. m. delegates will vitit the Swift ti Co. employe' relations de partment. Luncheon will he served at the phut at !.':.' p. ni. This part ot the program is in charge of Mrs. V. II. Loechner. district chairman of the public welfare department, Thursday afternoon session opens at I.JO o'clock. Election of officers; Mrs. Kalph Brown of Crete, state chairman of applied education, will speak on work of her department Mrs. I'hilip Totter will give a talk on Parent-Teacher Associations, Mrs. John O. Yeiser will tell how to study a book by analysis and Mrs, firant Williams will review "The Porcelain Cup." by Cabell: Mrs. Roy , Davis of Lincoln, state chairman of press and-publicity, will speak on her work, and talks will.be given by Mrs. James T. Lees of Lincoln, vice president, and Mrs. W. E. Minier, Oakland, corresponding secretary; arreetuiffs from visiting club women and introduction of officers. The conference closed at 6 p. m. Thurs day. Story Tellers' League. The Omaha Story Tellers' league U'itl at t Vi VirtttiA rvf frc V F.iltauav .nartmmt 7. th, Nnrman- Miss Helen R. Morris is one of the die, at 4 p. m.. Friday, April 7, in- committee in charge of the county stead of Thursday, the regular day ",. be held at Pearl Memorial of meeting- I Methodist Episcopal church, Thurs- Stories will be told by Mrs. C. ay evening, April 6,' under auspices 3?Sr, Pllard. Xfr P C, Hamntnn and Of the tpworth league, r Phii'in VWIrh There will be entertainment for young and old. including an orches Overseas League to Meet. ' a double quartet, one-act plays, There will be a business meeting C!0.WM- fortune teller and a.va. c .u. i-..'. r...o. nety of booths. ., league Tuesday. April 4. Dinner In charge of booths where candy, will Drecede the mcetinsr. Reserva- sandwiches and coffee, balloons and tions should be made with Miss confetti will be sold, will be Mes The dames torrest Hamilton. B. J. Mor Overseas women acted as ushers .ris! Misses Elton Hensman. Kather at the American Legion auxiliary ine Tennant, Florence Pursell, Hagel ft ft " - - - Generous Giving; Has Left Club Homeless By Mr, Charles E. Johannes. President Omaha Woman! Club. A glance at some of the eontribu lien of Onuli the Wpman's club explain why llie city ha no "worn an building," l or the at 2$ years muili oi the fdiiUnihropic and civic work of the nty li emanated from lit Omaha Woman's club, lUik in J'J, the jrar of It or cauitation, the club bnan giving, ft contributed lo iht drouth suffer rn in the we.iern pari of the state, five to the Colored Woman' clu library, the Omaha Fair lpecd nation, purchatrd picturrt to be hung In Iht public school, atiitd in the support of Thaveleri Aid, sent money to Armenians, contnb. uted to the Salvation Army Kecue home and spent $I.U0 (ur entertain ment of gue.it at TraumitMippl rviition. In raxi the club Rave fl.45l,7V lo Ak-Sar-Hen. It is a long way back to iho.e days, but the Omaha Woman's club has kepi right on giving. Omalia ha helped to build houri for the Ma'on. I.Iks and Eaglet, but us club of MX) wonr cn hat no place H call it own. Salt Lake City, Denver, Dcs Moine. Los Anselrr, Evantton Syracuke. Kockford. cities larger and smaller than Omaha all over the I nited States have their own Wo man a Building. Omaha it unique in having no place to house her women's C1UIH. The club lia a building tite at Seventeenth and Jackson street which is two third paid for. and it is bending every effort to make the Lt lap to complete ownership. One of the activities to this end is the inaugeration of the May Music Festival which will mean a great deal to Omaha and the near by communi ties. I he club expects to make the festival ait annual event. There will I an orchestra of 30 pieces under direction of Robert luacaden. llie concerts wilt be held the five Mon days in May beginning at 10 a. m. in the tea room of Burgcu-Nasli store. Many luncheon parties are being planned and it is expected that the concerts will be socially as well as musically appreciated. Tickets may he obtained from members of the club or at down town music houses, Flying Squadron Speaker Weekly Club Calendar .r.I show last evening. Social Settlement Clubs. The W. I. L. L. club meets Mon day evening at the Social Settlement house. Tuesday evening the H. t. L. P. club meets for supper and dramatic art and the Royal Q. B. C hts supper Thursday evening. College Club Meeting Postponed. The meeting of the Omaha Col lege club book review section, sched uled for April 5, has been postponed until April 19. Lake. Edith Hodges, Mildred Allen, and Messrs. Fred Wright,' Dana Carr, Frank Miller - and Bradley Mordick. Majors for- Drive, Majors appointed for the Visiting Nurse association dollar membership drive, beginning April 3 and lasting throughout the week, are: First ward: ' Mesdamcs , A. S, Munnell. Charles Mortensen and Rudolph Rix. Second ward: Mrs. A. C. Keefer. Third ward: Mrs, Sam Nason. Fourth ward: Mrs. F. D. Furnace, representing L. O. E. Seed Catalogue Lures the fifth ward: Mrs. , s. j. swoboda, TT , Sixth ward: Mrs. W. B .Tagg, Unwary. - Seventh ward: Mrs. Burt Blanchard, Eighth ward: Mesdamcs E. P. Boyer vonimucu and H q Edwar(iSi N,nth ward: wcleoming the first tulips and cro- Mrs. ' Frank Field, Mrs. Charles Hub cuses. Lilies of the valley are her bard and Miss Beufah Evans. Tenth favorites amongst the early comers, ward: Mesdames C. B. Hutchinson, and she always has a big bed ot A. L. Patrick. F. B. Aldous, R. them in April. Kulakofsky, T. R. II o a g la n d. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Rutledge de- Eleventh ward: Mrs. Alex McKie. clare their garden is a farm, for Twelfth ward: Mrs. L. B.' Webster, their hearts and souls go into rais- Florence: Mrs. J: M. Brengle. Ben- Ing vegetables, and it is no slight SOn: Mrs Ernest Palmquist. Fair- iask to care tor a plot 43 teet wiae acres: Mrs. George .Roberts, lid ISO feet deep. Corn, peas, spin- ach and tomatoes all flourish in the Benefit for St. Anne Guild, big lot, which is artistically hedged Miss Harriet Met2, soprano and rolnd with giant zinnias. Mr. Rut- Miss Ruth Bieber, contralto, will ledge has a hand plow, which has give a benefit program for St. Anne Tcen proven a necessity and Mrs. guild of St. Martin church at the Rutledge enjoys the enviable repu- home of Mrs. F. O. Beck, 3709 South tation among her neighbors of be- Twenty-fifth street, - Thursday eve- ing "the only woman who can weed ning, 8:15. There will be no admis- her garden and keep her dignity at sion charge, but a free-will offering the same time." . will be taken.' The public is invited But vegetables are not all. Mrs. to attend. ; Rutledge has already planted her A lilipution bazar will be given by sweetpeas. with wnicn sne nas great the church immediately after Easter, success, ana nyacintns ana narcis- . aus are cominir ud in her flower War Mothers Kensington, beds. Omaha chapter of American War The F. J. Farrington garden near Mothers' Kensington will meet Wed- the Lountrv club is a Deamiiui nesaay at i:JU with Mrs. William place, and fortunate the golfer who Dickerson, 3821 Florence boulevard, slices a shot into its flowery pre- Assisting will be the Mesdames cincts. One glance and his bad George Ahlquist, Edward Neihart, temper vanishes. South of the house George Tarker, Eouis ' Thalmbeck, is a formal garden where all the George Parnsh ami Fred Wroth. hardy perennials may oe touna. Roses, pink, yellow, white and red run riot through the summer, but loveliest of all are the peonies, 2.000 of them, in every shade and color. There are 35 choice varieties and In late May they are a sea of bios- ness. toms. In a greenhouse roses and aweetpeas flourish all winter long, and there also can be found succu lent' mushrooms. Of the gardens in town none is lovelier than that of Mrs. George Joslyn, for its trees, shrubs and lower beds, Mrs. joslyn herself laan authority on all growing things each spring the great beds of it tulips in the front lawn brighten the street for the passersbv. Mrs. Guy Kiddoo had an expertly claimed garden last year, with blooms from early spring till fall, and this year, although she is not Woman's Relief Corps. George A. Custer, W. R. C, will give a card party Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Elks club rooms. Re serve tables with Mrs. Frank Fur- t living in her own home, she is plan King a garden just the same, a les sor all tenants. ipiANO U TUNED AND REPAIRED . AU Wrk GuaraatMd A. HOSPE CO. 1813 Dm la. Tl. Daa. SSSS. To Hold Sacrifice Sale. Auxiliary B of All Saints parish will hold a sacrifice sale soon after Easter, and anything salable will be gladly accepted. This is the first sacrifice sale since the war. Mrs. Sam Burns is chairman of the build- in tr committee. Mrs. Sam Caldwell is treasurer,. Mrs. Sam Oakford, president of the auxiliary, will take orders tor stationery ana sne win oe assisted by Mrs. sam Larlyle, an ar ray of Sams which they assure tne public is an accident. Mrs. rrankiyn Shotwell is in charge of publicity. Each district will have a chairman to receive and collect the supplies. Mrs: John Redick and Mrs. James McCord will be chairmen of Dun dee and Fairacres; Mrs. Windsor Mcc-rath will have the rield Club neighborhood, and Mrs. E. Randall will take Minne Lusa. The West Far- nam district will be in charge of the Mesdames William Hill Clarke, Dan iel Baum and T. L. Davjsi - . Get Acquainted Club. The Get Acquainted club meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the First Unitarian church, Turner boulevard and Harney street. Mrs. Thomas R. Jones and Mrs. Jessie G. Cornish will be hostesses. The program will include readings by Mrs. Horace J; Holmes, a piano solo by Miss Bessie Mahan, a vocal solo by Miss Marie Hopkins, and a violin solo by Miss Lois Marmon, with Mrt. Mary Adele Abbott at the piano. v ' . . There will be community singing and games. Strangers and lonely folk are welcome. Mrs. Belden's Spoon Bread. Sixteen .members of the agricul tural committee of the Chamber of Commerce lunched with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Belden Friday by invita tion from Mr. Beldon, who wished the distinguished body to know what delicious dishes may be made from corn. Mrs Beldon's "spoon bread proved the favorite dish. The recipe follows: ' . One-half cup water, -2 cups milk. Boil and stir in carefully and slowly scant 3-4 cuo of cornmeal yellow or white (white preferred) and a tea- sooonful of salt. Cover and cook over a slow fire five minutes. Stir oc casionally. Sepkrate two eggs and add yolks to mush. Stir in thorough ly, Beat whites light and when stiff fold into mush. Pour into hot but tered, baking dish and bake in hot oven 10 to 15 minutes, until it is deli cately brown on top and bottom. Dip out with spoon. Serve with butter and syrup. ..... (This recipe was published some weeks ago in The Bee series of corn recipes.) Kcv. Norma Lamille brown of Itloomington. III., will be the otih woman upeakrr with the Flying Sijuadron, a group of law enforce incut lecturers who will be in Omaha April IM4 at the Fin.t Christian church. Six public meet ings will be held with two lectures euch dav. at 2:30 and 7:30 p. in. The Flying Squadron it engaged in a nationwide campaign in the in tercuts of law enforcement, civic rtghteouknrst and social and indus trial justice Rev. Brown wat born at I.eRoy, III. She attended Augustana col lege at Kock Island, 111., and Eureka college where she won her an A. B. degree. She worked her way through college by preaching. After graduation the accepted a pastorate at Carlock, 111. She first occupied the pulpit when but 15 years of age because of illness of her father. Two years later when be was pastor at Davenport, la., the fulfilled his pulpit several times and also exchanged with other pas tors in Davenport, Moline and Rock Island. She is the third generation of preachers in the Brown family. She served at chaplain of the Illinois senate in 1921, being the first woman in history of the state to fill that position for either house. Other speakers with the Flying Squadron will be: Dr. D. Leigh Col v in of New York, Hon Frank Regan, Rockford, III.; Christopher I. Conolly of East Orange. N. J.; James Woetcndyke, Chicago, and Arthur L. Whitney of Columbus, O., formerly of Council Bluffs, la. SUNDAY Hm mt Hwm, Wit Hrtk TblHMh 1114 I1 M , MtraWl rwlx t4ui.a.. 1 is m. It.,. fc..i.r M.rfilt liruttii. .tur af ltl JMi4f,il fault, (oner- vpwria twuir villi aing tiualut Walalaf ll-Kmi4y auua h4 attain, lalarmal nutluc at Wil.f I'Kiirl tluk liuu... ria.ua fuf. lumt n.ar t amu iiie(".. iailai ! rain. Urirk thiWa, '.. Im Amuaialaal lua 4u.lr. I II m. m , , ir.l t '' rnui' , Tm liul. ai4 h4 ll.ia.r irMl. Sl.aiiHfa ai IMiaMeui taa, a4 ftra atan la all i4 i'Ki fHilt. Mia, I'tul k. Italian, Ultarlar, OlMak Mallilaa laa Suh Ur. I $ m , rit.ui I aum aiauuM aa l!iivf I'ai iic'l4ia la Murray, Sh. Tua mm will m ftont Munay la I'uikiiiuuiIi iih iButr l"f un,'Kq h.h'H iiiurf. Ii r liri ilu.n.r. Uailar. fc-oulli, irm. kua- day, I r. m . Iim tuiaaitm iumi ai4 t'atlul avaau. Talia Halataa taleiurfcaa far In aulaauln Hint alum t,4IH UlalU, itaaar. MONDAY rilthap 1 laraal (bauliHM Cirri Munila, t.l D. in., uuHltnuaa, Maaaatrtl I'haalaaaua C lrrlMMtfil4ay. l H t. HI, Wlllt Ml, t. A. ClaNr. UvUlb I icaiii y -aarona airrai. Ilmkt ( allrl ( lub. lual MrhM M,m'l. 4 b. in . Hur-...S.li au.ll Inrluiti, SuMrl. "Opaia in tba Mnataoulb Vrnlurr. Mia. lau liinsar, laaiiar. OmaKii r, K. O. Atwrlallua Maariay 11 J e rln.li luarbaan, lluraaa..b r raniu. llualnaaa maalln and alarliun of tncar in tha nor ujilorlum, I p. in, Omaha Wamnn'a Club. Tnllllral mn4 Haw rial Rrlrnra lMrlmiil Monday. I ll tv m , T, w. i , A ra. innntaa II. jnnea, aadrr. n. It. Itnw.ll mil al-aab n rart I'rlmarlaa" Tha maolln la epan 10 ina publir. rayrbalngr Laviur fauraa Man4ay, ! i. m.. Y. w. tr. A. I'rnf. Wallaf N llaalry will apaall pn 'llat.lt." thlri or aria or talk on "I'ayrbolniy n4 In Oay'a W'nrk." by Kitcar Jamaa Haiff. firm undar uai.r or Chautauqua cir-Clea. r. T.. O. Malarboml. Ihanlrr II. a Von.lar. Ml p. in., with Mr. W. II. Wanlan4, i'" North Koriy-ftOh avanu. lira. N. II. Trann will rrvl'w Hall t'ain'a "Maali-r of Man." Mra. II. It. Van4arllpia III aa4 dlat'uaal.m on Iba hook. I'lano ultx wilt bt glvrn by Miaa Vy Ulcoll. TUESDAY Omaha Kpanlah Club Tuaadar. I P. m.. with Mra. Altaandrr rollock, J70t Jonn I', H. firanl Moman'a Kriirr t orra Tundar, t p. m., Memorial ball, court-houa. Intrrllnw ( baatauqna t'lrrlr Turanay vrnltia with Mra. Klla Conntll, tilt V alraet. Omaha nualnraa Woman's Cluh Tuea- 4y, M p. tn., r. W, C A. I'lnnar and pro rain. Rojoumara Krnalnalon Cluh Turadar. t p ni.. with Mra. Anna B. Mlmermao. 1311 North Kortlath atraot. Omaha borlrly of Una Arte Tunday. p. m.. Font-ntlla hotal. Royal C'ortiiuwe. art crltk, will apeak on "Tha Modern- Jrwlah ' TVomrn'l Wrlfara Tueaday. 1:30 p. m , Jawlah -Community center, l.yrle building. uualneia mtetlng and program. r. K. O. Blalerhood. Chapter B. X. I Tueaday, ta-k lua. bw WHb lira W. A, tmi.ldi.. - i auluia.a atieel, M'a, 4 .. (lUuetaht, aaalalia. IMnhlaa. Miulr tl... .Tveeday. f !! p . Ii, .h audllenuiej SUitilr. I, " ea.rii-.e.'" i'l all. uia allUia. Mia, Vi-luf O brpf, l4.r. r uraii.a lavlwa laana I4jwrbra laaiMHi aa4 liilrafnmli, p. t , I'u.hnke tuii. ai'4 ruateai a ma be Ia4 ll'afl, Tllr'a.i a4 fuil tueeiav '! la lb pom .a. baulk Oaaaba Wawiaa'a flub, IHeralwa trtMflerHw uredar. 1 11 p. 14-, ua Slia. l' . W. Praia at b.r ratma, l',n.f laae aulony. Il la iba O'at fuiiaaa "al ul rlub bauaa pa l-aae fruai. t '. fc. tWk bill apeak 'avitiah lalelllfear Tmt Owaba) Maanaa'a t tub, I urreal lrvalmal fueadar, J p. m . f W. i' A. lui'la laean, "Tka Mra a Prater" l urr.nl aveaia, a. "tloterwmeal tai ra4 Ptlualiou n A leak a' alll ka ' in ua4"r Iba leadeiebtp al Mra, Mel, L Craig k, Omaha Waeaaa'a (lab, rubll bpeaWiag llrpanawail I uaeday, le.lt a- n , ltu r N'-h amliluriuiH, 1'rnf, li puna, in.tru.-lur. Mia,,U. t Knug, Ia4r. Ma. tan, apaerb aulllpe, Na ii. She pfufian) ill l-a aiora by Uaadamea William lik, Oxirae Meatiat, Krank Wiay, Allia Vtal auk and A. f. Jobaaun. . WEDNESDAY. Margaret . Walt- lloallk l'baawWed Baia,, t a, tn., iurgeaaaan audi' luriuiit Mia. i". SI. rtdaarda. leader. Kurkford tallea ( luk W'auaaday aft ermmn auk Mia C A. Woodland. 1JI aouia Tnirty'tniid atrart, iMindra tbaulauaju I Irrle We4naaday, I i p m , wiib Mr. Ilalen K. Morton, ton) Monk furty-ninib (treat. Kranre) WllUrd M. C. T. l Wedn.a. day, 3 p ni., uh M'a , t), Kerachner, jtol Dodga atitei, Mia. W. r. I'ufl. leader Omaha Watnaa'a Club. Mual peMrl. metil ednea.lay. 1 p in., V. W. 0. A. nenry li, auaiinri nra, nary AbMll. leaner, t imrua ranearaai. y.onla ciuk-We.lneaday avenlng. Nt. Mary Maadalena ball, Nlneleentk and iiudge alreeia rtwlal meeting. All airaog. are and lonely rolk welcome. .lrnks lrlura laaraa Madleyal HI- lory Wedneaday. 4 P. m.a lurhrane col- p-aa and convent or In kacrad iieati. Tiiirty-aiitb and Hurt aiietta, opto la lb I'Uhllo. Clan lioraViai lAdlra Amlllary Wadna. day. anil Mra. I'atar lwdan, Lakoma Lake club, itaumn. Member ar re- nuratad to talia ll:tt rapillivk car at blaiaeiiih and t'apllol avenue. Omaha llualneM aad ITuliaalaaal no- maa't league Wedneailay, t p. m., din ner and program Fontenella bhtel palm loom. Uaak grmip will hava cbarga ol program. Mlaa Mary P. loyl prealdlng. Waller W. Head, apeaker. Othar featurea of program will ba danra numhera and voral aolna. Three prlaea will b awarded for apacial conical. THURSDAY. r. Y Q. bl.terhood. (banter K Thura. day, 1 o'clock lunrheon with Mra. Btanley ilrei-n, 1IS Kmmet atreet. Mra. J. 11. Flllon, aaatallng. Mullirra liuilil Thuraday. I n. m . St. nilaa hall. Kighteenih and Caaa atreeta. Member will w for boy of Father r'lanayan'a homa. Omaha Vtoman'a Club- rarllanarntarr Imw Oraarlmrnt Thuraday. 1:30 t. ni.. T. W. L A. Mra. A. I. Pernald. leader. Hubject of leaun: "Voting." FRIDAY Garnrld Circle. Ladle of lb O. A. )nd.y, a. a, Mawarlal kail, urt k "- llaaaka Mary Tatler Uana.mH, I p u. wiia Mia V. yu'aay. ha K itia'aitdie. aiaiiwaKI f. Meedeina '. W. I'uiiard. K U. lUaipiaa) a4 I biilp Wei. k kill tail Ika ai'Mi.e. , tbet Metbadlet I4 aarle4yPrt4y, I p. m, w.ik M' r4 iey, i ikiuik r1 Hi fuel atxiu. Ika i.ir. l-r. J W il. raai, will apeak "Ika Una. ii-mi k Mdiea a4 fc-.ieir la lie I hurt k" k.da.e W I 'ale Clark 4 lal it'iH.I lln.iilii will aieg M'k . J. tilile.pla, d'telwaal leader, SATURDAY P. K. (I. fcMaetwaaj. ( baptap M atwr. aar. pilatk lue. k.ea milk Mia, C. C Witaoa. l K aii.al. Oaaaka Walklag ( labtluidy. p m uu e4 e AH'i'yht ar liua ater Walking elu (rail la W l(ay alkl Nr Irene lea.kaa, leader, LATEST BOOKS RENTED SAINT TERESA, by Henry Sydnor Harrison. A fine preaent-day American novel. Price. $2.00. Rented, SS cent. LUCRETIA LOMBARD, by Kathleen N orris. Newest book of this pop ular author. Price, $1.75. Rented. 85 cents. THE GREAT PRINCE SHAN E. Phillip Oppenheim. An interesting story of political intrigue in 1934. Price, 12.00. Rented. 85 cents. Cytherea. If Winter Comes, Her Father'a Daughter, The Prid of Palomar, Andivius Hedulio, Goldis Green, The Brimming Cup, All new book for sale or rent. BARRY BOOK STORE 1817 Howard Street Seta Bought, Sold, Exchanged M tfTABLI'tED 18 B& ILTON POGERS AND SONS L VCOMPANy1 Hardware Household Utilities ' 1515 HARNEY ST, Electric Light Bulbs Monday Only 32c Very Special Empty light tockett can the filled with thes? fresh bnlbs at a saving. Her ar high grade llghta all sizes greatly reduced prices for Monday only. Guaranteed Tungsten Bulbs, 15,35, 40, 60, 0 Watts Tour Choice Monday, 32c 75-Watt Nitrogen, 66c. 100-Watt Nitrogen, 78c. Mm I aaW aaaV De&oit r Vapor -1 OBL STOVE At Greatly Reduced Prices The new improved Red Star Oil Stoves are 6n our floor at prices decidedly below a few months ago. New refinements new features lower prices. No Wicks No Asbestos Rings A. demonstration ot the Red Star Oil Stove on our floor will convince you that its . famous "Double-Ring Flame" Burner brings to oil stove users amazing cooking effi ciency and economy. No wicks, no smoke, no smell, no trouble! Fierce heat for fast frying low flame for slow cooking. A variety of styles and sizes. We would ap preciate an opportunity of demonstrating this wonderful Red Star Oil Stove. Third Floor n ADVERTISEMENT. Most Girls Can Have Pretty Eyes No girl o woman is pretty if her eyes are red, strained or have dark rings. Simple camphor, Hydrastis, witchhazel, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash, will brighten the eyes and a week's use will surprise you with its QUICK results. Regular use of Lavoptik keeps the eyes healthy. sparking and vivacious. The quick change will please you. Dainty alum inum eye cup FREE. Sherman & McConnell Drug Stores and all lead- ng druggists, Omaha, Meneray Nursery & Seed Co. OMAHA STORE 208 South 24th St. X!r& lLos? betWeM1 F-ariiim-sti. , . ... SOUTH OMAHA STORE 4707 South 24th St. East side of 24th St., between L and M Sts. 3341 West Broadway Phone 1698 COUNCIL BLUFFS STORES 1001 South Main Street Phone Black 1331 . $02 Eaat Broadway Phone 2293 Buy Nursery Stock the Satisfactory Way Call at One of the Above Convenient Stores We Have No Agents Special Prices for a Few Days CONCORD CRAPE VINES Still a few to go at 5c each, 60c per dozen and $4.00 per 100: by mail, postpaid, 10c each, 35c per 6, 65c per dozen and $4.60 per 100. BRIDAL WREATH SHRUBS Only a few left at 10c each, $2.25 per 25, $4.00 per 50 and $7.50 per 100; by mail, postpaid, 15c each, $2.50 per 25, $4.40 per 50 and $8.25 per 100. Address all mail to MENERAY NURSERY & SEED CO., 3341 W. Broadway Council Bluffs, la. A Sar-Brn Ktruingion. Ak !r !rii Wilimkumi, O. C. S, will (ivt luurtiron at iht I'rrllirit Milt cluh, Wfdiif.il.y, April 5, com pli.iieiiui y 14 tltf Icnting-tnii of (iifri el the oihrr rirr Sur ihjptrr. Ilicic ul l a bnainr riffling at II to Mltith a! e'tfiit Star iiifiiihrr r imiirJ Mal rftmraiiont iih Mil. II, T. line ilrryou. Adah Xrnaincion. AJjh Kfruington, O. I. 5, give rrd I'aitv at 2 p. m. 1-iiiUv al the Neurit Sulf M inline lull, I wrnty-litili an4 N iiirru. STEINWAY u Business Is Good'9 Because beautiful music loses part of its charm unless it is played on a oiano which is so perfect in construction that it can interpret the faint est and most delicate touch and tone, music lovers are turning to the STEINWAY "The Instrument of the Immortals" The followinjf Omahans purchased new Steln ways from us recently for their home: Madame Alexandra SUdnltaka, 107 Dreadcn Apartment, Con cert Pianist and for years teacher of the finishing classes of the Russian Imperial School of Music, at present head of ths Piano department of the Sherwood School of Music of Omalia. Alfred F. Beck, 616 Mill Street, Council Bluffs, exponent of artistic piano playing and foremost teacher in Council Bluffs, la. Mrs. W. S. Stryker, 1920 S. 32nd Avenue, City. Mrs. L. K. Baldwin, 2503 N. 48th Street, City. Mrs. C. H. Creluhton, m s. 39th Street, City. Mrs. N. B. Bryson, 2231 S. 32nd Avenue, City. Dan O. Whitney, 4329 Franklin Street, City. Oood Shepherd Convent, 40th and Jones Streets, City. Mrs. W. A. Preisman, 1018 N. 32nd Street, City. . The name "Steinway" on the piano means more than the word "Sterling" on silver, because there are different grades of Sterling and different weights, but there is only one Steinway, and that's the best. To own a Steinway is to own an instrument which has been proved by the test of time and which the great artists of international fame have chosen for their own. N A complete line of these matchless instruments can always be seen in our new warerooms, and you are cordially invited to pay us a visit of inspection. Instruments of other makes accepted as part payment and terms to suit your convenience. Prices $875.00 and Up Sdifltolkr&JlkellgrPtQiioGi to ft II M V. P. Fry's Announce- A complete and. compre hensive showing of the newest models in Fine Footwear for Spring. Included are the new features in sports wear that fashion de crees will be favored by women of refinement as well as dis tinctive models in patent leather for dress and semi-dress wear at prices that are moderate. Fry Shoe Co. 16th- and Douglas Sts. YA A 'A A s s ADVERTISEMENT. AD EKTISEMENT. Helps for Beauty Seekers By MADAME MAREE To Beautify the Complexion UNTIMELY wrinkle, rough akin, oil! nea or other unnatural condition can ba overeoma If the following treatment la kept up for a time. Remove the dirt and grime from the skin with mild soap and tepid water, dry ,the (kin carefully and apply little cptol cream, massaging until it vanishes. This cleanses pores of impurities and gently removes dead cuticle, leaving tha skin soft and smooth, and of' an exquisite tint and vel vety texture. Simply get a two-ounce package of powdered eptol from your drug gist and follow the simple directions on tha package; as this Is a greaseless cream, there la no danger of growing' hairs or making the akin oily. ANSWERS TO QUERIES DOWNCAST: . No WOmaft. or man. fnr that matter likes to go through life with thin ugly unmanageable hair, and there is no need to. Get from your drnaririat one ounce-bottle of beta quinol and half a pint of bay rum, when you get homa mix the bay rum with half a nint at water and let stand for a few minutes, then ad ine ueia quiuoi aiowiy and let stand for ten minute when It will be ready for use. If you will use this every night for a week then twice a week I am sure you will soon notice a wonderful difference in your hair, not only in its appearance, but in the Increasing quantity. A. L. : Never saueete out blaelcheaila. as it only leaves large pores which ar mighty hard to get rid of; tha very bett and aurest way to get rid of the pesky thing- ia to dissolve them; to do this get a small quantity of powdered neroxin from your druggist, sprinkle a little on a wet sponge or towel and rub over the placea where the blackheads are. This will dis solve most if not all the blackheads tha first application. MAME; Never use a head-wash that shrivel the skin on th hands, because the "free" alkali is very injurious to tha scalp; if you will get a twenty-five cent package of eggol from your druggist you will have enough for a dozen most delight ful shampoos you ever had. Eggol not only cleanses both hair and scalp, but keeps them healthy and vigorous. You will also find that eggol leaves the hair soft and silky and easy to do up. N. B.t To keep the skin soft nd vel vety. I know of no better way than lh following simple treatment: Every night just before retiring wash the face, arm and neck with a good aoap and warm water, then dry carefully and apply a lotion made by dissolving an ounce of union in a pint or water; you can get the zintone at any drug atore and it makes the most remarkable skin lotion I ever aaw. MRS. B. : As long as fashion ssys low neck, short sleeves and sheer materials, arma. neck and underarms must be kept hair-free. We all say the electric needle a the best way, but this is expensive and unless in th hands of a skillful operator very painful and dangerous. I think tha best way to get rid of hairs not wanted ia to dlaaolve them. Thie can be done easily by applying sulfo solution, which you ca set at a9 tfrug a tor, '