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THE BEE: OMAHA". SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 1922.
Society Omaha Oirl Eahiblts Art Miss Lucil Rector arsduated June f Irons Columbia university, where she bit been studying art. During Way Miit Rector wa honored by having tome el her work accepted ty the Art alliance in New York City for ill textile eahibit. Her specialty, however, hu been illustra tion. She plant to go abroad next pring to study in Paris. She will be in Omaha in about two werki, ai the bat bow gone to Wellt college to the commencement of her friend, Mii Helen Reed, an Omaha girl. She will alto Hop in Cleveland and De troit. For Mitt Ruttcr. Mitt Helen William will.entertain Monday, June IS, for Mitt Alyce Ratter, who leavee June 1 tor Bethany, Neb. Thoie preient were the Misses Maxine Foihier, Alice Ray, Pauline Hartnett. Marjorie Milts, Violette Sonneland, Frances MeCheiney. Iner Shant. On Wednesday the Alpha Chi Omega sorority will give a moonlight tiike to honor of Miss Rutter. About 30 guests will be present. , Mikova Reception Hour Changed. . The reception planned by the City Concert club for Miss Mane Mikova, noted pianist, will be held on Monday evening at 8 o'clock instead of 4, as announced, in the palm room of the Fontenelle hotel The affair is open to the public ' ' Mist Mikova, who arrived a week go from New York for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mik, leaves next Friday for Berkeley, rat. hm he will be connected with the Greek theater for the tum mer. Thit it Miss Mikova's fourth season at Berkeley. For Mrs. Reese. , Mrs. J. I Paxton entertained at luncheon at the Country club Friday in honor of Mrs. Harry Reese of Lot Angeles, who is the guest of Mrs. Henry T. Clarke this week. Covert were also laid tor .the Mes damee Luther KounUe, William Hill Clarke, w. vv. jucnruon, vrc't Squires and William S. Allen. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. ,W. W. Richardson entertained at dinner at their home for Mrs. Reese, who formerly lived in Lincoln She will remain in Omaha over Sunday. Week-End Howe Party. Clarke Coit is entertaining this week-end at a golf house party at hit home near the Country club. Thit it the teventh summer that he hat been host to the same party of 14 men, who come from various cities all over the country. Luther Koontze will be host at luncheon at the Country club Saturday for them. Job's Daughters. Da fai.rhtr wilt hold their hniinfi meeting Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. Tnere will be an election VI f.s.v w Personals ' Problems That Perplex Am.m4 by BEATRICE FAIRFAX. The Ideal t'nlon, 'Here la a letter so sincere and helpful that X am going to give all my readers t chance to acquaint themselves with the viewpoint of a sane and Joyful woman who write out of her own experlsnca to aid others. Here U what the write: "To my mind an ideal union 1 on founded on prfot truat and aood comradeship. Not the huppy-sro-lurky marrtat w hear of nowadays where Mary and John, after a couple of month' sojourn In dance halt and cabaret, suddenly take a chance at matrimony and when the brief honeymoon ha waned are sin cerely tired of each other. "In every happy home love must be the central factor. Without It work becomes drudgery and even our dally life becomes tiresome and monotonous. For 'to love rightly means that one's eyes sre closed to all the littleness of life, to sll but the freshness snd purity of the very humble.t of soul.' "Marriage In Its literal sens Is a partnership, an agreement entered Into by two persons to dwell to gether, love, comfort, cherUh esch other 'as long as they both shall live.' "If such a partnership Is to be a success there should be no boss, but each should be tolerant of the other. In the disposition of the Joint fi nances wife and husband should confer together ss to Its expenditure. The road to the divorce court In these days Is strewn with wrecks of marriage which might have proved happy had either or both partners ud a little tolerance and common sen. "Marrlsg Is a crueibls which brings out all that la best or worst la a man or woman. If they are hopeful and optlmisdo they will be able to find the sliver lining of hap piness even In the darkest cloud of misunderstanding. A writer has put It: M 'Be to my virtues very kind and to my faults a little blind.' "To preserve the besuty of horns life, nagglnr should be tabooed. Where Is the man who will not ideal ise the woman who never nags, but makes ths beat of life? "As to which should rule hus band or wife love will depart when either elects to rule the other. "ONB WHO KNOWS." I cannot help saying that ths one who wrote this does Indeed know. Won't others who have such helpful, practical words to say "offer their testimony" to help one snother? A Queetlou of Date. Miss Beatrice Fairfax: Could you please tell me on which day Pente cost Monday was In the year 1861? Thank you. ALICE PRELL, In 1861 Pentecost Monday fell on May 20. Camp Fire Girls Just one more week before the opening of Camp Iwaqua at Valley, Neb. .Girls are asked to get their registrations in at Campfire head quarters as soon as possible. Mrs. Colin McKenzie and every member of her Lexse group have registered for camp. This group earned their camp money by mak ing dish .towels .from .nour sacks and taking over a movie house for two nights. The Tatapochon, Yal lani and VVaotfi groups and their guardians intend to spend a week at Camp Iwaqua. . . Thuredar avenlnc the Okki group held a ceremonial meeting at the home of their guardian, Mr. J. C. Edmunda. Margaret Evan, took her de.lre, while Mr. Ed mund, Evelyn Brink, Katherlne Blllottl, Gertrude Highland. France Llndee. Alice Sorenaen, Frieda Carleon and Elaine Ed mund took their rank o( woodsatherer. The Weatfl group at IU meeting Friday, a week ago, at the home of their guard ian, lira. F. M. Benedict, gave the hletory of the (Ire great heroe ot their country. The Wltonohl group met laat Saturday at the home ot their guardian, Mra. J. K. Brownlee, and voted a dollar memberahlp to help the crippled children bav a sum mer home. Thle group al.o voted lit for the new building of the Pearl Memo rial church. The Lexee group at Ita meeting Friday identified' 10 plante by the odor. Moot of the glrle earned thle nature honor. Wltawentln group had a bu.lnea "meet ing Wedneeday at the home of Gladys Peaie. A new group connected with the North Side Chrletlan ehuren met '.aat Tueeday. Thle group hae tekea the name Seloha, moaning "aervlce, lov and bapplneee." The Oklhl group st Ita laat meeting Tueaday planned to give a slay Id the near future. A new group, with Mra, W. t. Thomp son, guardian, met Monday afternoon at the homo of Dorothy Rlohardaon. The girl were told the meaning and how to aymboliie their Idea. Thle group took the name Petaga, meaning gypey tar, and each girl took a aymbol to har. monlie with the group name. . . The Alnlna Campfire group held a meet ing Wedneeday evening at the home of Olive William and decided to go cherry picking In order to earn money for camp. The Aoklbe, the new group at Farnam echool, met Monday at the home of Mabel Stork and planned for Ita first ceremonial to be held next week. Comus Club Luncheon. The Comus club will meet Wed nesday, June 14, at luncheon at the home of Mrs. B. S. Peterson, 2740 North Forty-seventh avenue. .: Dr. George Boehler returns Sat- mAm (mm Tjnmln. Mr and Mm. Walter Page leave early in July fof a summer trip to s?tAf .' waw-eau wjjfwe J. L. Paxton will leave Sunday for Atlantic City, where he will spend two weeks. s . Dr. and Mrs, Alfred J. Brown have, moved into a new home at 3431 Haw thorne avenue.' ; Mr. T. V. Tully, jr., who has been confined to the St. Joseph hospital, is reported as improving. v Ralph Campbell will return next week from Denver university to ppestd the sumrrjer vacation in Omaha. i Urt. Victor Caldwell, jr., and bshy daughter, Mercedes, are in St. : Louis visiting Mrs. laiaweus iam- ay. ; Mrs. J. E. Davidson and daughter, Mils Dorothy , Davidson, returned Thursday from a stay at Atlantic City, - '. ;'v.;" Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wolfe of ' Klttanntng, Pa.,- motored to Omaha for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. W. W, Bowser. v y;yA:..' , ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry White, who have just recently returned from California, have taken a home at 51U Burt street. ' - lira; H. S. Weller and her daugh ters, Misses Dorothy and Marian, leave Sunday, June 18, for a summer trip to California. Friday. The hostesses were the ! : Mrs. R. C Hoyt returned Thurs day irom an eignt weens stay in me east Mrs. Hoyt went east to attend the D. A. R. convention in Wash ington. r Mrs. Daniel Sargent left last Sat urday for Boston, Mass., where she will spend the summer with relatives. She will also visit the White moun- taint, . ." : Mrs. Robert Hughes, who was for- merly Miss Esther Graff, whose wed ding to Mr. Hughes took place in ', May in Indianapolis, will arrive on Toesday. ' ' Mrs. Lillian Lohr and Miss Anna Beyers of Kansas City are visiting friends in Council Bluffs. Mrs. Lohr will be remembered at Miss Lillie : Anderson. Mist Ethel Thorngate returned i Friday from - Minneapolis, Minn., .where she attended the international i convention of the Big Brothers and : Big ' Sisters as delegate from the Omaha chapter. Rabbi Fred Rypins arrived today to make a visit at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Harry Sunfield. Rabbi Rypins is also related to Miss Rose : Bernstein and Nathan Bernstein. . r Mrs. L. L. Baum and little daugh- - ter, Frances, of Oklahoma City are the guests of Mrs. Baum's sister, v Mrs. A. G. Harmon, and Mrs. J. J. - McMahon. Mrs. Baum formerly was Miss Anna Hall of thit city. . . - ' Miss Leonore Pratt, daughter of - Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Pratt, arrived home Monday, June 5, from Mount '.Holyoke college, Holyoke, Mass, where she has just spent her fresh- fpan year. She will be in Omaha oatil Jury when she will motor with her family to Lake Vermillion, Minn where they have a cottage, . My Marriage Problems Adtle Garrison- Maw Phase of 7 "REVELATIONS OF A WIFE" (CertvifM lltt) How Madge Helped Katie to Tall the Truth at Last At the tuddea jangle of belli out side the library door, all of us were on our feet, and three of us made a simultaneous dash for the door. Only my father remained standing motion lets, wailing for the outcome of the scene to which the belli were the cue. Allen Drake reached the door first, swung it open, and dashed into the corridor. As he did to, we heard a choking gasp of terror, a patter of swiftly running footsteps, then a fall. I was at his tide as he i looped over a huddled, moaning figure upon the floor, and pushed him away roughly. "I will take her," I whispered hoarsely, kneeling and gathering Katie's trembling form into my arms. She screamed wildly as I touched her, for in her unreasoning fright she had closed her eyes tightly, and her own moans had prevented he from bearing my whisper. I put my lips to her ear and spoke clearly, firmly: "Right in Here, Katie." "Katie 1 No one shall hurt you. I am here with you. But you must get up and come with me and tell the truth.". Her moant ceased, and she clasped me convulsively, then the opened ner eyet and gazed wildly at me. "Oh,. Missis -Orahaml vot you tink of me?" she wailed. "Und no body, not even you, believe me ven I tell truth." I struggled with my conscience to say inc euuiniug tiling. "I'll believe you. Katie." She clutched my hands, pulled her self to her feet, and put tier hands to her rumbled hair with. the instinc tive gesture of femininity. "Den I no care who else tinkt I bum liar," she said superbly. "Vere you want me go?" "Right in here, Katie." I took her by the arm and led her firmly to the library, where my father wat still standing. At I stepped back to usher her through the narrow door I heard Allen Drake's drawling mur mur: "What a mint of money you could earn in a menagerie l ' I pretended not to hear him, but I could not resist stealing a glance at as CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT eX. I" V. HIT" In taking over the management of this store, I find that it is greatly overstocked and carrying too many different makes of Shoes. So we are therefore forced to reduce the present stock to the very last pair in order to make room for our en tirely new line of Shoes we now have in the making. We are going to make this sale one to be long remembered by the women of Omaha. You will find that every pair of Shoes in this sale bears the Shoe Market stamp of quality. It simply means a housecleaning for us and a big saving to you. r Yours Shoely, E. L. LIVINGSTON, Mgr. Sale; Now Going On Many good sizes and styles still remain, adding new bar gains to these 3 lots each day A PAIR The Bargain Table I Bargain Bin No. 1 1 Bargain Bin No. 2 1,500 Pairs of Women's Low Shoes. Meetly (holt line. Willi they laat WOMEN'S Patent Leather, Black Kid, White Canvas Pump and Oxfords. Louie heel. Sold up to SS .00. On sale S1.45 I $2.45 A PAIR Women' Black Kid, White Kid, Patent Leather, Brown Kid, and Calf Lac Oxford, pump and (trap ef fect, Louie and mili tary heels, sold up to $10.00, en sale at A PAIR All of Our Regular Lines Reduced The Shoe Market 320 South 16 th St. No Deliveries No Exchange No Refund him a little later; I found him watch ing me with a mirthful fleam in his eyes, and at ha caoght mine, he slyly pretended to crack an imaginary whip.' I fancied that nothing would annoy him more than an absolute ig noring of hit nontense, to I stared at him wide-eyed, with no change of expression for an instant, then I turned my eyet to my father, who htd arranged teats for Katie and me on a big divan, and was standing in front of ut with a judicial dignity forbidding enough to poor Katie, but through which I could tee the warm sympathy hidden beneath hit itern mask. "Katie," he began slowly, "Why were you listening just now?" She swallowed painfully, and spoke in little convulsive jerks. "I not vant to listen. I shoost vant to see eef you all in your rooms, and den I hear belli. O O" at if the very mention of the hells anted her uncontroltble terror. "Vot X tell you. Mist Underwood f You teel Dot coom true. He can coom und do tings" She turned on Lillian with animal like rage, while the rest of ut stared, wondering what the ravings of the girl might mesn. But Ltlliln evi dently understood. She crossed the room, looked steadily at tht girl, and then laughed lightly. "I thought you had better tense," she taid contemptuously. "Watch me. now." She walked to the door of the library, and from behind it took up something which I recognised ss a 'gaily-colored harness of bells which it was Junior's delight to wear when he "played horse." "Here are your bells," she taid. "We were ture you would try to listen, for we know whit else you have do.ne," her words fell slowly, meaningly. "So I limply ttretched thete belli across the door, low down, and took them away just now while Mrs. Graham wai talk ing to you. Now do you see that nobody else had anything to do with it? There is nothing can harm you except your own foolishness." That Lillian's words were like t reprieve to a condemned prisoner we all understood it wt saw the color creep back into her face, the wild look leave her eyes. And I, for one, now understood the meaning o( the colloquy. Kalis had attributed the sound of the bells to the "black magic" with which the mm, Anton, had so cun ningly threatened her. "OO I so glad." aha breathed, then turned with a simple dignity to my father. "I tell you truth now," he said. Prayer Each Day Let them rsie Thy arat sad terrlkl Nemo. re. il l, Our dear Lord and Matter, Thou hast set etch family aoart. and Thou dealest with them each according to outlet well done, and faith well founded. We come, humbly implor ing Thy forgiveness for the erron and mittaket of the past, and we be seech Thy guidance for the days to follow. Well and truly do we need Thee every hour, and therefore we entreat Thy guidance, without which we would be led astray, or fall into danger. Guard ui from the' terror by night, and the arrow that flyeth at noonday. We have our trialt. our necenitiei snd our distresses. All these we put Into Thy hands, isking that Thou woutdet deal with u as little chit dren. W have no fear of Thee, Al mighty Father, for we have the as surance of Thy love. Watch over all our business nut ters; help m to be honest and square in attending to them, and do Thou to guide ut that we shall always do what it right in Thy sight Lead us safely along the journey of life?, and at last five to us all the Eternal Life, which w long for more thin for the hidden tretturet of earth. Save all whom we love from pai sion, pride and discontent, and finally bring us into Thy presence, through Jcsut Christ our Lord. Amen. WILLIAM P. J4COB t D, CHnloa. Sown Carulln. Old Home Sausage Six pounds of lean, fresh pork, three pounds of prime fst, three ta blespoons of salt, two tablespoon! of black pepper, four tablespoons of powdered use. Grind in a meat grinder very fine, mix seasoning with hinds, fill long, narrow bags of this muslin with the sausage and hang in a cool, dark room. Steel wool removes tpeckt of old paint from window glass. - . ANOTHER POPULAR SALE OF WOMEN'S. DRESSES AT $4.75 A short time ago we received a shipment of these dainty frocks and placed them on sale at this low price. The public demand has been so great that another lotwas secured and are even greater values, if possible. They are fashioned of dotted Swiss voile, gingham, also gingham and organdie combi nations. . There are but 100 of them and naturally they will not" last long. We must make all sales final because of the unusual value and low price. All colors. Sizes 16 to 40. Dress ShopSecond Floor ' Fuhirist UNION SUITS 95c and $1.45 The underwear thai ia cool and com fortable for summer the kind that is: easy to launder. Made of fine checked or striped mate rial in pink or white. These athletic union suits have just been received and will be placed on sale the first time Saturday at 95c and $1.45. Lingerie ShopMain Floor Blouses qV $3.95 Blouses that have been selling at higher prices reduced at this opportune time the time to wear them with white skirts. They are of dainty white materials trimmed with real filet, hand hemstitching and many have dainty col ored handkerchief linen collars and cuffs. ; Very special for Saturday. Blouse Shop Main Floor Toilet' Goods Special Kotex, 45c a box. Krank's lemon eream, 79c Aturea and Le Trefle powder, 69c. Pepsodent, 39c. Kirk's Castlie soap, 4 bars, 25c. Palmollve shaving creams, 29c Toilet Goods Shop Main Floor 200 Summer Net CorseVs $1.75 Made of splendid quality mesh with elastic or medi um tops. Sizes 24 to 32. On Saturday, special at only $1,75. Corset Shop Second Floor -t ' ' ' " ' . ; A Complete Line of SWIMMING : SUITS A complete , assortment of one-piece ' swimming suits, made of finest pure worsted, fashioned for those who like to swim. Besides a variety of colors, including solid or striped combinations.' They come in all sizes and weights $5.60 to $9.50. . Pure worsted hosettes to match, $2.00. , Non-rust buckles and belt, 50c. H osiery For the numerous shades of slippers and oxfords fashioned for summer, we have the hosiery to match in various styles and prices.. A pure thread silk hose, silk to the knee, lisle rein forced feet,1 with the new panel fashioned back sells for $1.65, and comes in all new shoe shades; putty, sand, nude, pigeon, black and white. Something new is the rol lette hose, : pure thread silk, all- shoe shades, in cluding black and white, for $3.00. Hose Shop Main Floor Saturday---Clearance Sale of ' GIRLS' DRESSES AT 75c Saturday we will place on sale about 35 dainty dresses that have become slightly soiled and mussed from handling and display, and have reduced them to a remarkably low price for quick clearance. They are of voile and ging ham in sizes from 6 to 14. The values, as you will see for yourself, are unusual. DAINTY SUMMER DRESSES - $5.00 $7.50 $ 1 2.50 In our Girls' Shop the younger generation comes into their own and are de lighted with the style and simplicity of the frocks offered And the parents are also pleased not only at the dresses themselves, but at the very low prices in effect. I : Girls' Shop Second Floor FELT MATTRESS SALE Saturday at $5.95 $7.25 $8.50 $9.50 $11.00 t FELT MATTRESS SALE Saturday at $5.95 $7.25 $8.50 $9.50 $11.00 USE BEE WANT ADS-THEY BRING PROFITS ADVKBTISKMKXT. For New Style and Pretty Arms (Beauty Notes.) Women are fast learning: the value of the use of delatone for re moving hair or fuzi from face, neck or arms. A paste is made with some powdered delatone and water and spread on the hairy surface. In 2 or 3 minutes it is rubbed off. the skin washed and every bit of hair has disappeared. No failure will result if you are careful to buy genuine delatone and mix fresh as waotaeV Sprague Cords for Thia Week 34x4 $28.84 at the mill.