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Society JlBrowncIl Mall Presents Shakespeare TutMy Mukl Cvn.muictk. i i)iiiu.iluf ar ill rnumg year ,r llie itiMday Mutual tluti rr - 4HU-J Thurvlay ttiuinliiji jtt the i.. int of Mi. C. M Hilluim a (. t.w.: A'lvoiy, Mflamr ,. V. Kinlrr, It. Urn In r lluwrll am S, I'rftjMt'll; program, Mr. C. V. .Xxtt-ll, chairman; Hidiilur lni, Mr. it. J I .ni4n; I'lil.luny, Mr. I.n. tint Slrulirn; lourtou., Mr. C, T. I he olfiirr recently elrrtrij ire: Mr. Willirlni, trid ill; Mr. C, T, Kuunur. tiee prtniuVut; Mr. A. L. Jtfil, rccor limit wirriary; Mr. 04 'I . l.tman, iiiriiilirrliii; Mr, A. I). Uimii. trra.urrr; Mr, l.oui t lirk. Mnttiiti ; ilircrior. Mr4amr l.uikii .siqihcn, IIi.mc Clark and lUrton Millard, llritnu Moii-iiiili, you iii? Kit. i.ui n.iiiil. Iu Iwcu iiiiuuitcrtl by Uic iluli lur Ditriiiltrr 8. Oilier ar lot me uii'lrr roiiMilrraiiuii ami will kc amwuiued a MMJii a cuntract la nisiinl. I B. P. O. Doei Dance. Mrili4iiir Jamn Cradilotk, U.'S. i.iliiiurc, ., J, S4mioii, A. S. l'inlo. I . J. lUuh ami A. ('. Krijinoii will hue chart:? uf the ItrurvoU-nt and I'atriolic Order of DoiV dainiii parly .alui day eveitiim at the klk' hil room. There will he btidijc 3ud 1 1 k h live fr thoe whu do nut rare lo dance. I'roteedi. from the af- fcur will ue ued to rmmw a room m flic Willard Home for Wuiking Girls. Amei Alumni to Meet. The'Auie .Minimi Aociation of it hi v iinl J J -iiiijlia will hold it n-Kular nionilil y 3&'H'hrfin and Hireling .Saturday. Apr v kv . ai Unless-Nah tea rounin. w if nilt IhHir. at MM p. in. If Tim in to he a very importati very important fiiretiiiK. the aimual elrclimi of of ficers having liccii deferred from la.st month, and plans for the coming year 4re to he perfected. ; All alumni, rN-tiiilciils and friends tti Ion a Stale college are urged to he present for at least part of the meet- Personals Z Mr. and Mrs. If." If. Fish have re turned from New York City, where iliey hprnt the Haster holidays. ' Miss Katharine friers 'and Miss pcatrice Johnson returned last week Rom Carinel, Cal., where they spent tJiree months at l'ortia Mansfield's $ inter dancing camp. Mrs. William Van l)orn arrived f'riday from Chicago for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' George ('assets Smith. Her small son, Lilly, jr., is witji her. ". Mrs. Dc Emmet Bradshaw left Thursday for a trip to Little Rock, Ark. She will spend several wrecks Ome and will attend the spring re fill ion of the Scottish Rite. Mr .and Mrs. A. C. Davenport of Chicago, who have hce.n visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Copcland, left Friday morning for Kansas City where they 1 will, visit before returnig to Chicago.! " Miss Mary Rpscveare left the first of the week for Rollo, Mo where wif'Yistf- lier way home to ew'Tersey. ' She has been the guest f "Mfsi Florence- Rtioidea- for scv- ral weeks. Mr 1 ; ' ' Mr:' and 'Mrs. "Will:" Millard and o Millard, who recently landed in Ihis . country from a South Ameri-. tan trip, are at the Hotel Virgiim ut Long Beach, and are expected liere the middle of Mayt j J Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Peters left last Week for Ashevillc, N. C, where they plan to make their uermanent home. Their son, Russell Peters, who is a Rhoades scholar at Oxford, will re frain there another year.' If t Roland Gauple of St. Louis is in guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. David Son. The latter entertained at the Athletic club supper dance Thursday Evening for scyen guests, in honor rjf Mr. Gauple. Mrs. Joseph Baldrige will leave Saturday evening for New York, where she will spend some time with Jicr daughter, Miss Gwendolen Wolfe, Jv ho is studying there. - They will spend the summer as usual at their Itomo on the Maine coast at Rockland. Anion the t. truiltf litowiicll J I alt girU whawill appear in Shake Hieare'i "Twrlltll N i g h r at lite Hrandri Ihralrr SaluxUy fitning i Mi llrauur Mllilll, ilaugliirr of Mr, and Mr. H")d M. .Suiih. whu will have i he role tf Duke Or ino, Mu Smnli i. a jiiiur at the 1111 and ha ap lred before Hi the crrjiuhlc dra in a t i e prrKiita tioiu of the mrhouL t aroliiir I irlr. (.entire Weighion, Uernite Mciimf ey and (iladi Kohrrl will M pear a lord. and a tadie will he M a r g arri JrlTi y, Idiroihy 1'aitoii. irgini4 Fond i, Nurene Schmenke and Margaret Ie Uursi , Satlur: Mary W'alralh. Ith.l Mick, Kuili Mick, I.aVona Home and Helen Taylor. 'lowers: Jem Cleveland. Mary Clark, N a u e y I. u h n, F.lirahrth I.yMer. A n n i i Ahhy, Matjorie I! in us. I liiisUbcl Caidy and Ger trude V c I c h. Cirds: l'ortia Jef (iry and Bcrnice McGimney.' Cat erpillars: Helen Matsler. Dorothy lliggin and Lois Fine k. CupiiN: Beverly Miller, Margaret Stelwag on, Alice Jane Da ley, lleiie Clair Dixon and Mary Ellen Rourke. . - '-i. I vt Problems That Perplex Aaiwered bt BEATRICE FAIRFAX South Side Workers for Benefit Flower Sale. South Side captains and assistants for the annual Christ Child society benefit flower sale Saturday are as fnllowsr Mesdamcs John Mullen. II. W. Allingham, James Burke, Jack O'Brien, Paul Begley. L. L. Straw heckcr, William Shawgo. George Brockelsby, E. D. O'Sullivan, the Misses Ruth Kennedy, Agnes Fitz gerald, Alta Davis, Mary Caldwell, Margaret Davis, Ardilh Davis, Zela Allingham, Florence Dennis. Mar garet, Culkin, Adelaide Watson, Ruth Hauold, Louise McDonald, Pauline Blanchard, Mary Allingham, Catherine Southard, Nell O'Connor, Eleanor Council, Pearl Jfolstcln, Jennie Korbinakcr, Helen Dworak, Marearct Hannon, Juanita Burn.i and Muriel Romingrr. Bee Want Ads Produce Results. AUVKRTINKMKNT BETTER INCALOifia Thousands- Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the substitute for calomel are a mild but sure laxative, and their effect on the liver is almost instantaneous. These little olive-colored tablets are the result of Dr. Edwards' deter mination riot to . treat liver and bowel complaints with calomel. The pleasant little tablets do .the good calomel does, but have no bad after effects. They don't injure the teeth like strong liquids or calomel. They take hold gf thetroubie and quickly correct it. Why cure the liver at the expense of the teeth? Calomel sometimes plays havoc with tha gums. So do strong liquids. It is best not to take calomel. " Let Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets take its place. s Headaches, ("dullness" and that lazy feeling come from constipation and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets when you feel "logy" and "heavy." They "clear" clouded brain and "perk up" the spirits.' 46c and 30c Blue and white is rumored to be the color of the new complexion. T. .! If ou have learned thor. euslily the werk ou hate had up lo the I Mil grade, I think uu might m able to get a i-rrnnt-ata for inacli lug in Mine eiaiea. You would prob ably have la iaa the atale examin ations. would edvijM ou to write to in state auoeriniendrnta of aev rri of (ha wairrn tata where ou re interacted, aafclug how to pro- rtwd. Thr are mu (Riiooia wnirii r likely to b open for you during umnir, I think int eiatra require the pplii-ant to be 1 year of aate. It would b better for you If you nnUli your hlah inliool course and then leach. Why not leach near noma the first leer. Then. arml wiih Kuerience and a hlah school ulplonm. you would probably be able lo aacure a iku ponuioii unntr v. I do not know or ram-n where you could spend the aunt- mer. ' it., 1 1. ,! I am afruid I can't help vnu vet aeaulntl If 0U have tried without suci'eiui ine various i'i'- you name. tSometliing. aner au, oe iwnds unon youraeu. i ou put iuu are not banhful. rsrhaps you are Imlil Try to be lutereatea in mhp neonls In an unselfish, friend ly way. but uo nor pry inio. nir affairs with your interest. MV 8.1 1 wouldn't undertake lo find a roommate for you. Lnleaa I hannoned la know aoiue one per sonally W'nO WOUIO V9 ounruwic, eould do no more for you than our advertising columns. Crl: I am not wise enoush lo know why your friend did not an swer your letter or return your photo. Why not ask her If you may tall to return the pteturee you have, and get those you have given herT H. Ia V.t I do not know of any safe remedy to ndvlse you except exercise. Write to Antoinette von nflly, care of the Chicago Tribune, and ahe will forward you a set of bust-reducing exercises. l'ernk'xra'! - Keeping out of the sun is the best remedy I know of for avoiding freckles. Our mothers used to use buttermilk and oatmeal to keep their com lexion white. O. W. IM Cheer up. . The worst Is yet to come for the other fellow. Mrs. A. D. Mallory returned Thursday evening from Des Moines, where she spent a few days with her son. Dr. A. D. Mallory. 1 04 No. 1 6th St. Directly Opposite Postoffice.' 31 Saittrdav-Our Entire Stock MEN'S FURNISHINGS SHOES, PANTS oi Will Be Closed Out t 40c on the Dollar Shoes, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 "You'll find all styles .and sizes, in desired leathers and makes such as the Bench made Stratford, etc., priced for quick removal. Pants, $2.50, $3.65, $4.00 y Ever desired style, fabric and eolocare included. Every pair are guaranteed al wool. Values up to $12 are Included, UNION SUITS $1.25 Athletic Union Suits at 65 C $2.00 Athletic Union Suits, at...... 93 C Balbrlggan Union Suits, short sleeves and ankle lengths. Regular $2.50 values go at v $1.15 Big Stock Shirts at 90c The areatest bargains ever offered are included In this lot. Values to $2.00 and $3.00 in all colors and fabrics. TIES 650 Silk and Knit Tics, in all the desired colors, Sat urday only ..45 HOSE Men's Cotton Hose, 7 pairs fjr $1.00 Lisle Hose, 3 pairs. . .$1.00 Silk Hose, regular $1.25 val ues, at 60 Just For Saturday A Sale ot Coats and Wraps ill rl ''' 'V "J Whether you want a Sport Coat, a Polo Coat, a Dreeay Coat, a Smart Wrap or Cape YOUR SIZE IS HERE and your color and your style. Set aside all other duties and COME TO OUR COAT DEPARTMENT TOMOR ROW for an ACTUAL $25 . Coat, for JUST $14.95 If you've been .waiting for a BARGAIN IN COATS Tweeds, Mixtures, Herring-' ' bones, Boliviai, Velours. Come tomorrow and get it at COAT HEADQUARTERS. I turday Sa Dress It's been years since you've seen such WONDERFUL DRESSES offered in this city at such a low price. Canton Crepes, Krepe-Knit, Crepe de Chines, Charmeuse, Crepe Back Satins. YES, MA'AM, REGU LAR $25 to $39.50 values, for $14.95 Dresses for street, afternoon and business. ALL COLORS, ALL SIZES. Be here early, as there will be hun dreds of women anxious lot FIRST CHOICE! Extraordinary Sale of New Spring Hat? Sport Hats Street Hats Dress Hats All Materials ' and Styles SATURDAY AT $2.95 May Baskets By MARTINA GARDNER OWEN Fred's mill, who an a J. r; jr ten leactier, had given him air of round-poi'iiled nU.ori (or hi, fourth birthday. She had Im prevented poMible trouble, by tkulainiiiK that the icUort mu.t never, never cut anything uulrti mothrr had firt told hint that ihry iiiight. Now l'red wa demanding: "What may I cut, mother?" Fur moment mother was putted, lie hadn't malercd the ue of ci.Mri fufTiciently to tut out pictures. He could jut make straight tlanhen. "How would you like lb make May ba.ket?" mother aked at lant. 'Oh, goody! May I?" he relumed, dapping hit hand. "Vt. indeed." mother ured him, a she dvrd into the drawer that held her hap hazard collection of odds and ends. "See, here are some small boxe, all empty. Kainiii boxes, cereal box. et and cookie boxes. And here it ouic pretty Hicr. The pink in uicect. It wai left over when I put (reh paper ou the pantry licl(. I'll cut kiripa to go around the bo et. Then you can cut them into fringe. Try lo make vour cuts even and dote together. When you have enoush good fringe wc will pa-te it all around the boxe. Then we will fatten on tome itout mripi for handles and cover the handle with other drips of pink ppaper fringed on both sides and the May baskets will be finished." . "And may I hang, them on May day?" asked Fred. ,Of eoure you may," replied mother.. "While you are cutting think about the play mates to whom you wimi to Rive them. We'll talk it over while they are being finished." Mother returned to her baking yith a clear conscience. Son wa learning the joy of the job well done. He was gaining control of the muscles of his chubby little hands. And soon there would be a talk which would etimulate the habit of taking thought for others. Certainly that was sufficient inter est for the investment of 10 morn ing minutes. Fashion Hints U' are mw bciiig iriii.med with oMiiili dailici.. Fmerald green u lo be the new spiuig color, 4 Dame I Imm. t Fancy Ikc in blaik and white de .igii, with a peculiar lnpcd (Hut, is becoming the touue. The (rained .kiit ha couie iuto favor again and 'from ir to out the aiiklC'lengili twiiing gowns now being win n. Birthdiy Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. tieoruc L. M'Kre I ry of Council UluiU rnlertaiucd Tuesday cveuiiiK at a 7 oVlot k dinner fur Mr. Mckcebry's mother. Mrs. Jennie t enoir llmpKiii, who relebrat d her birthday that day. The color tciirme was earned out in reu, pink and blue. , 1 Cover were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (iodwtii. Mt. Carrie Umlicll. Mrs. Maggie WltMin. Mis Sarah Kilcoyiii and William Short f Uma ha; trom Council HlulU. Mr, and Mrs. F.arl Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. tiail Cleukenbcard and miii, Mr. and Mrs. Harry St. Clair, Mrs. Lou Jolumoii. Mrs. L'.llirl Coflinan and noil and daughter, William Loui, Kay Wil cox, Jack Cochran, the hwjior guel, and her hot and Iiomcmi. ' ' A Silly Song Do you want a clear skin? a TheResinol treatment makes skins dearer ficsher. Irjvelier Try it and sec RESINOL 5oolhinq and HeeJinq "TsVe one." IT hung r rfi uMt li. dpul M tWi i lie i.jI'Iii a4 il,e H'j- iliey luniult lire I all. And iMiiy t'una it ou bue By A CUCKOO HIHD " ulnie IV leg suuUm bung l Uu't ollen IVUg Hiowii grU.IVUg'. gri'Hon- wj h' mad enough In fight, Uui ai ili!rvrr Migue, Some lluriy hmiuu week IVIrg's been UHn ih war ' laier ilie line wa rWau ad t-are i"l path fight, lf M t il be U , iiihii.f bul t' lell-iale -gn uii hit hand, upon a serlain bick, he'll' idly in the ir Old I'eltg iieailij try ti turn him wrong idtf out fr j had fit d ud boih Iwud a' d pulling tif tin truk. And bete' lung, and w he's planning ho U what inrd old IVIrg up aJ nled get thai guy that did bun wrong him through and through. He buna , n'nn', 11:1 1 home dieed fowls out in front a , butcher olieii do. And Hopy Du I ,Vdi IWlu I'l an uaniiuir w ! clmkeiu tM 1 1"" hf on Saluiday at He I unfii the hue. and beat tt fur the den..', club, when toveii wi'l be ivfi and came back wiih a sign. It trad: ' (or lt. Open Evenings For (lie convenience of those that cannot come to our torca during the day, we will keep nil atorcs opto, until 9 o'clock. 15c each Af sorted Shrubs 15c each (By mail, 20c each) . The, above includes Bunh Honeysuckles, For thiaa, . Syringas and Tamarix. 5c each Concord Grape Vines 5c each $4.00 per 100 $4 00 per 100 (By mail, 10c each, $4.60 per 100) Only a few left to fro at the above price ; they are first class vines and well rooted. s Meneray Nursery & Seed Co. , OMAHA STORE 208 South 24th St. ' Phone ATlaatic 0S7 SOUTH OMAHA STORE 4707 South 24th St. Phoee MArket 2722 COUNCIL BLUFFS STORES 3341 W. Broadway 602 E. Broadway 1001 S. Main St. Pbooe 1698 Pbone 2293 Sl fc 'mmm&l Him Even a Great Mill Like This Can't "Trovide the Flour for WHEAT TONE 'HEN we undertook to satisfy tne demand tor a new and better health bread, we were r determined to produce something more ' than the customary mixture of white flour, bran and molasses. liv i But the great commercial mills of the country couldn't supply us" with the kind of flour we knew was necessary a g e n u i n c ALL-OF-THE-WHEAT flour. There was nothing to do but to equip our own plant with complete milling ' -machinery a mill on theorder of the old-fashioned buhr stone that assured ' real WHOLE WHEAT bread to' our ; forefathers, .Now .we grind our own wheat DAILY and use the flour im mediately to bake delicious WHEAT TONE.- This is the ONLY way we could pre pare genuine Whole Wheat bread. By this process WHEAT TONE is made to contain the Wheat Germ and the coarse Bran two of the greatest health elements of the grain, Dut which are milled out of commercial flours be cause the Germ deteriorates and the Bran colors and coarsens the fjour. But the Germ contains most of the fats and vitamins of the wheat berry, while the Bran, in addition to being a -perfect laxative, is rich in mineral salts. " -" ' . , " v- . "'. ' ". , The Jay Burns Baking Company WHEAT- TONE is as delicious as it is healthful. Order this appetizing food from your grocer today. Made Irv TKe Old Faahiorved Way Y Shop Early 109 No. 16th St. OPftAsite Postoffice