Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 01, 1906, EDITORIAL SECTION, Page 2, Image 12
2 TIIK OMATTA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, AFRTL 1, IMft. YourCredit Is Good Duy a Diamond now and pay for ii while you wear it. I offer you credit lib eral credit ancT I want you to take advantage of It. ' It's not the -everyday Bort for it allows you to buy Diamonds Watches ' and Jewelry . of standard make and pay price I have figured low enough to win pat ronage n every .race competition. Don't de laybut act at once. A. MANDELBER.G 1522 F&rn.m Street a 1 Announcement! "We take pleasure in announcing a special showing by a representative of a leading New York manufacturer and importer of Ladies' High-Class ; ..Costumes, Tai.ored Suits and Skirts . :- Monday, April 2 'All the newest Parisian and -Viennese mod els will be' shown and orders will be taken for special measurements from any of the models yoji may select, insuring a perfect fitting gnr .. ment and strictly .exclusive garment. Your presence is earnestly requested; ' . OR.KIN BROTHERS Successors to 1510 DeugUs mi :SCDFIELD.m ClQAK&SUITCr0""-" 3 C 2 C 1 t Bjergets " Oontinuaiie Sale ' Owing to the overcrowded condition of our shop Saturday and our inability to give our patrons the propor personal attention, we will run our great Ladies' Sy it ale Monday, April 2. . TVe otTer exclusive model, man-tailored suits in all styles, materials nnd shades from $5.00 to $10.00 cheaper than any other store in Omaha. -novelty mixtures $22.50 Suits- at - sjs.W.00 Suits plain colors or novelties at., v , $37.50 Suits tiecial values at " Covert Coats worth up to $17.50, at Dress Skirts worth up to $7.50 'and $10.00, at 14.93 19.98 25.00 9.98 3.98 SOCIETY IN IARLY SPRISG Closinsc Day of Lent See Boniethiut; in Way of Gaiety. LAST WEEK A FAIRLY BUSY SEASON Calendar for th) foaslair 81s Day 1 Reasoaably Pall f Mttle thlae that Promlae Mark n ' T Bp, p Net to Bef Oh. Hella Ii the girl I love And la Ii Btella, too., I love them hoth no very much, I don't know what to do. : For Bella' hnlr Is chestnut brown, - And Stella's hair la gold; ' I cannot quite make up my mind To which on 1 will hold. Now, Bella's eyes are soulful, dark, And Stella's, smiling, blue; It's really very hard on me. Oh, how can 1 be true? I have not very much of gold. And neither has Miss Bella, And neither has Miss Btella, so 1 guess I'll marry Klla! The Vaclllator. The Social Caleadar. MONDAY Daughters of the American Rev olution meeting at Mrs. E. P. Peck's; Miss Tyler, Council ItlufTs, luncheon (or Miss Chant snd Miss Man.. Tt ESDAY Mrs. b T. M'.irphy, box party at Burwood for South Side Whist club; Tuesday morning musloale at Mrs. E. A. Cudahy's; Mrs. E. O. Eldrldge, Travelers' Protective Association kenslngton; Miss Laura Montgomery, Thimble club; Miss C. M Power, luncheon for Mrs. Stover and Mis Keenan; Mrs. Cheney, muslcale t home for Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooko; Tuesday Luncheon club, Mrs. John New lean. WEDNESDAYr-Mrs. H. P. Stoddard, lunch eon for Mrs Stover and Miss Keenan; Mrs. O. C. Madison, South Side Card club. THIRSDAY Water color exhibit by Mtas SpriKC at Mrs. A. J. Beaton's; Edwin Chesney, children's party; Mrs. O. W. Wlckersham. box party at Burwood for Mrs. Richard White; Marchtonett club, Mrs John Ross, jr. FRIDAY Mrs. Tliemas Allen, Kountie - Place Luncheon club. Although the calendar did not contain many events the first of the week, It was nevertheless a full week, many small and enjoyable affair being given for a number of charming visitors. Miss Han and Miss Chant, who are the guests of Miss Marlon. Johnson and Miss Etta Beeman, have been the guests of honor at many luncheons and theater parties In fact, something has been given every afternoon and evening, while Mrs. Hursh, who was the guest of Mrs. E. O. McOUton has been likewise entertained. The calendar for the coming week holds a number of affairs in honor of visitors also, and there arev several card parties and luncheons to be given for which dates have not yet been set. Although it Is Ixpt, so ciety is far from dull. . Many prominent women are giving their time to soliciting funds for the. Young Women's Christian association building fund as a Lenten work,-oertainly a nobis way to do one's duty. in Lent. It means the sacrifice of much time and energy on the part of the women and requires unlim ited, patience and tact, for many are the trying and amusing experiences talked over at headquarters. One o the most amusing .was that which happened to two of tho most prominent workers last week. These two women, perfectly gowned, went into one of the laundries and on inquiring for the proprietor, were informed that he was not In, nut would return presently. The - young man In charge of the office asked if he could do anything and followed up the question by asking If they were seeking employment. Needless to say, they returned to headquarters with their ardor Somewhat' dampened. return to her home !n Boundbrook, N. J., this week. Miss Nell Haines, ulio has been tha guest of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Lungwell, for two months, leaves today lor her home In Springfield, Mo. 1 Mrs. Hursh of Minneapolis, who was the guest of Mrs. E. O. McQllton and for whom many delightful entertainments were given, has returned to hi r home. Mrs. J. J. Dickey. Miss Uertha Dickey and Miss Helen Scoble sailed yesterday from New York on the Finland, to bo gone six months or more In Germany. ' Mrs. Joy Morton Was the guest of Mrs. Guy Howard this week for a few days. She left for Chicago lust evening, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Charles Deuel. Among those who are going to Chicago for the grand opera this week are: Mrs. Myron Learned, Miss Juliet McCune and Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase ant family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. George returned Thursday from an extensive wedding trip on the Pacific coast and are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Tunnicllff on Twenty-fifth avenue. Miss Katharine McClanahan, who is at La Salle, near Boston, at school, will spend her Easter vacation at Annlsquam with Miss Mllikln, who Is the art - teacher at La Salle. Miss Lucy Blrnie, daughter of Major Rogers Birnle, V. 8. A., ordnance depart ment. Governor's Inland, N. Y., is the guest of her cousin,- Miss- Nellie Ulabaugh, for two weeks. Miss Leila House,' who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith and Miss Ida Smith for several weeks, left Thursday for St. Louis fo visit before returning to her home In Texas. MIbs Hazel Chant and Miss Gladys Han, who have spent the week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Beeman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, will return- Monday to St. Mary's school at Knoxvllle, 111. Mr. Lewis Reed, son of Mr. and Mr. Lewis S. Reed, who has been in London for the last year, sailed on the St. Louis last Saturday for New York and will soon be In Omaha for a visit with his parents. Mrs. George E. Pritchett, accompanied by her son, Harold, left Thursday for Wash ington to visit her daughter, Mr. John L. Kennedy, and Congressman Kennedy. Mrs. Pritchett will also visit in New York before her return. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Yates and Miss Ystes have been heard from at Gibraltar. They had a pleasant voyage, and a Georgs Washington banquet waa given on board, at which Mr. Yates responded to the toast, The Ladles." Social Chit-Chat. Mr. and Mrs. Casslus Crawford are re joicing over tho birth of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Zlegler will be at home to their friends at 2U69 Farnarn street Sun days in April. The many friends of Mr. A. L. Meyer will be pleased to hear of his steady improve ment after a recent serious operation. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Nason have taken apartments in the Wright flats at Six teenth and Chicago streets. They have flat No. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellne are ex pected home from their wedding trip in California the first of the week, having given up the trip to Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young leave Omaha today for fit. 'Joseph, where they will make their home. Mr. Young for several years has been one of Swift's buyers at South Omaha and has been promoted to a still more responsible position with, the same company at St. Joseph. Miss Mildred Lomax, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L Lomax, returned last Saturday from Chicago, and her many friends are glad to welcome her home and to hear of her recovery and gradual return to health and strength after the last two months' illness, resulting from an operation for appendicitis. Miss Sadie Rentf row, oldest daughter of Sergeant, of Police and Mrs. Lout 'Rent frow, and Atfred Peterson will be married at I o'clock next Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, 2411 North Eighteenth street. Only the most intlmat friends of the two families will be present at the ceremony. 1 The young couple will make their home at Walnut Hill. . S. Fredrick Berger & Co. n Authorities on Style, The New Cloak Ghop. 1517 Farnam St. 3 C 1 C 3 C 4) ... EASTER NOVELTIES ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS Easter Cards - Easter Crosses Japaaeaa Eifacta la CHICKENS, RABBITS. DUCKS. ETC. 'i THE M0YER STATIONERY CO.. 220-222 S. Uth. Onuh. t 7 ., i Com tid Go Gossip. Judge Wool worth Is in Jacksonville, Fla Miss Flora Webster is now visiting Miss Law at Henry, 111. Miss w. hi. Martin has returned from a week's visit in Chicago. x . Mrs. John Patrick is visiting Mrs. J. N H. Patrick at? the Winona. Miss Letta M. Stone will return from Colorado Springs this morning. . Mrs. P. T. McGrath went to Chicago Thursday to spend a few day. Colonel 8. B. Curtis Is expected honi from New York the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Stephen and son have returned from a trip to the Pacific coast. Mrs. A. J. Poppleton and duughter, Mrs Shannon, are expected home from the south about Easter. Miss Blanche Woolridge of Bloux City la., la the guest of Miss Marie Hardin and Miss Hestur Peters. Mrs. Nathan Merrlam and Mis Mcrrlam are expected to return from Excelsior Springs the middle of this week. Mrs. Keene, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. -Tllf ton Richardson, will return to her home in Chicago today. Miss Mary Phllllppi will siud her spring vscation with Mis Edna Sneeley at D Pauw university. Green Castle, Ind, Mr. Gould Diets, and his mother, Mrs. G. P. Dltts, returned yesterday from Cut and Florida, where they spent the wlnte. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountie leave .o- n.orrow for San Francisco, to sail on 'he Siberia April T, for Japan, to be gone three months. Gowrnor Boyd and daughter. Mrs. Bier bower, left last wek to spend several weeks In Texas for the benefit of the guv ernor'a health. ' Mrs. Ferguson of Sterling, 111., arrived Monday from Mexico and Colorado, to spend two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Isaac E. Congdon. Mrs. E.. F. Test and her daughter. Mr IXaugltey, relumed Tuesday from Calif or ula. where they were with Mrs. Test's son. lieutenant rrvaouik rest, who Is sta tioned at Angel Island. Airs. Ilauxhey will t ,!s!-J?er1-.lS'.;' tfyl!i -Ctf-sVl!' - j aJl uJ r n n n m m m m m Tt7', C I txvi-p ' J ! V"m 'TTj NiiiiiiniiiiagaiaiiHHaBiBiH rrrv iiY , JWrK luiSsillriliiril 171 KilKllmHlltl!nlmllf:lMltlljniiffJ&j'DUnoi KXtrZL --ir 3 U-J -ii l.-i fci L--J Uii WiU k-l t'.VU W JAVT. '4 ofjaaoaaau:y IC30 i BDOogoatoaoa I noQa4aivnoDOc,l:f FnrTr-TI-inw'.Tir-ir-inr I ! . IPDaDaaaLiHjiUj ifi?".H3'-Ji-,ya ! mi ,4sri Silk Gloves are the mode. Fashion decrees it The chic gown demands them. The "KAYSER". rewards your expectations. ::r-tiniv'' 1 -MOD i-iltoootrf-av i Kiii ,-w r lrn 'in If II II I rinniKj J rinrirtriA-i..(Virlf II ll H 1 I rr I n jl it J - ' 'itf,.LJ-'- : ilijaaagaocig i 'I I 1 ATln.t-'iJIJLJl i mmmr nna-,3Ms rnnrnrnflinnnnn5':i37i,9S,flRaBA?,PPW L-J WW jp,Hr-,innnnnriilLi i iMnr-ii-,iiiirlniin,inrinnnnii riri niinnfinnhnnnrinni ii i n Ti ) nndi.M n iintin n I I n f in n PI DPS uou nngnriQiiBNiiaiinHRniintiRn sBaiataaBaaoaBacaaB nnn I. Jhai LJ-- i-r-s L-r TTl'iii Wftva - T& V BBHbHNHBBBBBB KHIBfJ uuu. Pleasures Past. The Entre Nous Card club met at the home Of Mr. C. Nelson last Thursday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. J. L. Ncble and Mrs. Dr. L'ucke. Mrs. Samuel R. Rush gave an enjoyable card party yesterday afternoon at her home In Dundee. The rooms were prettily trlmmex) with spring flower. Six-handed high-five waa played at throe tables. Mrs. Foster entertained the Albany High Five club Thursday afternoon. Prlxes were by Mrs. W. E. Baehr, Mrs. G. G. Wielage, Mrs. E. M. Birch and Mr. Tom CahiU. .Mis. Chapek will be hostess at the next meeting. TKe B. T. W. club was entertained oil Friday evening by Miss Jewell Simpson. Refre?htrtent were erved and a pleasant evening waa spent by games and ' music. Those present were: Misses Grant, Jewell Simpson, Irene McNamara, Llllle Reeeon, Clara Etchmson, Maude Page., Olna Yel iton, Goldle Houck and Clara Headley. j In compliment to Miss Gladys Han and Miss Hazel Chant, Mrs. Harry E. Chapman gave a pretty luncheon yesterday after noon, taking her guest to the Boyd thea ter. The table, prettily decorated with yellow jonquil and gn en-shaded candles. was laid for Mis Chant, Miss Han, Miss Marion Johnson, Miss Laura Montgomery, Miss Etta Beeman and Mrs. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Miles B. Honek entertained at dinner at their residence, 4201 Harney street, In honor of Mis Mildred WerU eighth birthday. Miss Mildred was ring bearer at their wedding. Covers were laid for eight, the table being artistically decor ated with pink roses, ferns and amilax. while a beautiful birthday cake, decorated with eight tiny pink candles, held by little pink buds, rested In tho center of a wreath of sinllax.- Judge and Mrs. Benjamin 8. Buker enter tained at a beautifully appointed dinner Saturday evening in honor ef Miss Claude Albright and Mis Gertrude Rennyson of the Savage Opera company, also Colonel W. II. Green, a eat tie king of New Mex- ico. Mies Albright sang for three seasons at the Opera Comlqtte In Paris. At the close of the present season she will go to Washington to Be the house guest of Vice President and Mrs. Fairbanks for two weeks. Mr. J. W. Welch entertained the Pictus Club Tuesday afternoon.' The member monogramed towels, which were giveu to the hostess. A lunch was served to the fol lowing members: Mrs. H. A. Hale, Mr. E. E. Stewart, Mrs. J. J. Mullen, Mrs. H. A. Pierce. Mrs. IH. W Sawyer. Mrs. M. Adams, Mr. Joel T. Stewart, . Mrs. M. C. Mitchell, Mr. B. Woolstencroft. Mrs. A. F. Leermakera, Mrs. W. D. Clark, Mrs. J. W. Welch. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. E. E. Stewart. Mr. and Mr. R. W. Hoddcr entertained Thursday evening in honor of their daugh ter, Mrs. W. J. Gorst of Minneapolis. Fifty guest were present and the evening was most delightfully spent in difficult conun drum tests, Mr. C. Gorst winning the first prise, while Mrs. J. w. Nicholson won th second. Musical selection were given hv Mr. C. Gorst 'and Miss Ida M. Morse. L'uinty refreshment were served and the guest bid farewell to Mrs. Gorst. who de parted for her home at Minneapolis Satur day morning. vii nmuiaay evening, March M, a party of friends surprised Mr. William Mala at her residence, atftf North Eighteenth treet. bringing with them an elegant dinner et of china, the occasion being her birthday. iirmiiiL evening or ocouu song was enjoyed, refreshments being served before the guests left. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. snd Mrs. vvime. sir. and Mrs. Wellinaii, Mr. and Mrs. Brunner, Mr. and Ml. Bunnell. Mrs i.i n Quay, Air. and Mrs. Simes. Mr. and Mrs. F. Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Main. in compliment to her little niece. Cath erine Stover of Snencer. Ia.. Mm. c tut rower gave a aoiigntrul children' party Saturday afternoon. The rooms were pret tlly trunmed with pink carnations and the table was adorned with the same blossom and pink candles. A peanut hunt and ch!I- drens' games were the amusements' Assist ing were Miss Florence Power. Miss Mary jvinutrr ana biikh earan Martin. Tile guests were iJUsei t.'utheriue Stover, Dorothy mack, tialyt'oit Cotton, Charlotte R water, Margaret Penny, Helen Pearce, Helen Payne. Jean Patuison, Eleanor Mc Gilton, I vols Kobblns, Blanche Frank and Florence Jenks. One of the prettiest parties of the season a as given on Friday evening at Chambers' by the Crescent club, composed of young men who are mill lu mlio.il. The bull room wss gay with pennants of all colors and descriptions and club colors, red and blue, were used for deoorutlon, Willi the various school trophlea, The west end of the room was converted Into cvty corners by the addition of rug., ottomans and palms. I'uitcb was served from the ralfceO plat form. About sixty couple were present ant s program ' of twenty number and several extras il-tuoed. The commutes havu.f cba-a was iarry H. Smith, pr.s- " Seein, ,Is Believin, " Leader of Millinery Fashions in the Central West Grand Opening Wednesday AN EXQUISITE SOUVENIR BUNCH OF VIOLETS FREE TO EVERY LADY VISITOR, POPULAR PRICES hav md this tor In thr yarV tlma' THE LARGEST RETAIL MILLINERY HOUSE wst of Chicago. Not a littlo "sactlon" or "dapartmant" In a largo atora, BUT A LARGE STORE DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO MIL LINERY. ' ' j Extraordinary Sale on Turban and Sailor Street Hats Monday at 52.75 and $5.00. It Pays to Investigate. 1508 Douglas 8t. mi SSfiSBBS BUY A Dependable Musical Piano We Invite you to our salesrooms, where Is shown the largest col lection of Standard Pianos In Nebraska. If you are out of town. In vest one cent In a postal card. Send It to us with your nam and ad dress and we will furnish you full information relative to our .pianos. 5,000 Satisfied Nebraska Patrons will testify how they socured a satisfactory piano and a "square deal" from the Matthe ws Pia.io Co. , s We are manufacturers of the Peerless Matthews Piano and west ern representatives for 20 different makes, Including Weber, Steele, Mnderrjui, Schiller, Schaff Bros. Ludwig, Foster, Darhman, Oabler, fehaw, Weginan, Itudolf Crane and Other noted makes. - Prices range from 150 to f 1,000. TERMS: Cash or Easy Monthly Payments it Your Pleasuri. Matthews Piano Co. "The Square Deal Piano House." Factory, Oregon, 111, Salesrooms, Omaha, Lincoln and Beatrice. Ident; John B. Brain, vice president.; David A. Fearon, treasurer; Morna J. unan, . retar)-. Other members of the committee were Rowland P. Thoma, Clinton E. Do Jarnette and Allen C. Davison. In compliment to her sister, Mr. Richard vhii. nf fU JoeDh. Mr. D. B. Fuller hgave a delightful luncheon Friday. It was a pring luncheon and the decoration were prettily carried out in yellow and white. A beautiful basket of yellow jonquils and white carnations, resting- on a lace center piece, graced the center of the table, and U6'' plate card were adorned with spring scene In water color. The . rooms were also attractively trimmed with palm, fern and cut flowers. The guests were Mr. White, Mrs. George I Hammer, Mrs. Ed Bronne, Mrs. V. B. Williams, Mrs. Will Baxter, Mrs. J. V. Mawhlnney, Mrs. J. J. McMuIlen, Mrs. T. C. Byrne. Mr. Q. W. Wlckersham, Mrs. C. N. Robinson and Miss Free. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell gave tm en joyable card party last evening. The room were prettily decorated with festoon of red and whita crepe paper and red roses. Blx-hsnded euvhre was. played at eight tables, the prlaes being won by Mr. Dooley and Mrs. S. 8. Duke. Painty re freshments were served late In the even ing, the luvors being tiny raffia baskets made by the hontess filled wlih cundy and frulu. Assisting were Miss iHhel Barker and Mls Alice Houston. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Joha Buihuitan, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I'helan. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Haney. Mr. and Mr. T. W. Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conliigliaii. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Doohy. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Oonkliu. Mr. and Mrs. i. W. Uervey, Mr. and Mr. James Clarey, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. tpenet-r, air. and Mrs. Charles Kdwards, Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Peterson, Dr. and Mrs. 8. ft Towns, Dr. aud Mrs. A. B. Homers. Mr. and Mrj. Ili-rbcrt Mi Coy, Mr. and . Mrs. Marry Macumber. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mldiug, Mr. and Mrs. Mlure. Mr. and lis. Will Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Dake. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Maon. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ilopson. Mr. and Mis. W. C Bunderland, Mr. and Mu. J1 W.. FiUk ul It.kwell City, is. Ml. aad ilia. Fiank Hcldvn of Kansas City, Mr. . E. J. Brown, Mr. Rodney Durkee, Mrs. Jessup, Mr. O. Macumber, Miss Rld. riare l PFope. Mr. Thoma Allen will entertain th Kountse Place Luncheon club next Friday. Mr. H. O. Frederick will entertain the Kountse Place Card club at th next meet ing. , Miss Jean Newlean will entertain 4 he Tuesday puncheon club, next Tuesday at her borne. Mis Marion Tyler of Council Bluffs will give a luncheon tomorrow for Mlsa Chant and Miss Han. Mr. D. T. Murphy will give a theater party at the Burwood Tuesday for the South' Sid Whist club. Mrs. C. M. Power Will give a luneheou Tuesday In honor of Mrs. glover and Miss Keenan of Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Templeton enter tained Governor Mk'key as their guest at dinner Saturday evening. Mrs. J. B. Rahni and Mrs. Rued Talmag will entertain the C. T. Euchre club Thurs day at the home of the former. Miss Isabel Bprlgg lll give a water color exhibit Thursday afternoon from I until 6 at the residence of Mrs. A. J. Btaton. The Marchlonette club will meet Thurs day afternoon with Mrs. John Ross, jr., at her home, South Thirty-eighth avenue. Mis. II. P. Stoddard will entertain at luncheon Wednesday in honor of Miss Keenan of Madison, Wis., snd Mrs. Buirer of Spencer. la. Mm. Q. W. Wlrkersliam will give a box party at the Burwood Thursday In honor of Mrs. White, who Is visiting her sixer, Mrs. D. B. Fuller. The April meeting of the Omaha chapter of the Daughteis of the AmerUan Revolu tion will be held toinuiiuw afternoon at J:3U o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. P. Peek, 17-4 Chicago street. ' Mifs Berolihelmerv from ' Chicago, will display the latest In millinery for Easier next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at (he Paxton hotel. OMAHA SUIT CO. SUCCESSORS TO' 1011 Douglas Street. MILL1AKRY.. A superb showing of the latest productions from Parts and a dis play of exclusive models, of our own designs, presenting an as semblage of correct millinery of the widest possible range, SUITS. The "hobby" with us in Suits is Style and Value. Thoe wio ' "look" in other stores come back to Shelly's to "buy." Specials .This Week to Advertise Our New Departments: GORSET8. Kabo, Warner's and R. & O. sll - 11.50 grades; this . 1 i Q week, at XXv GLOVES. .New Silk Gloves, 18 In. TKo long, at $1.25 and..... . Ut- 19c HOSIERY. Plain and fancy Hose that are a bargain at 25c priced this week at EMBROIDERIES. -Four large lots, at 83c, Z3e QA 15c and Jl' Every piece is worth much mora than the price asked.' RIBBONS. . V All silk Ribbons, full line of n colors, ZM in. wide, at, yd. JC S. A II. Green Trading Stamp With Every Purchase. - r in f VICTOt Talking Machine Concerts Free to All Music Lover Visitors are not asked to buy nor is any way obligated. Those who realtxs that a VICTOR (price only 17.00 and upward) gives a family practically its own OPERA TROUPE of the finest voices in the world, including Melbu, Caruso, Sembrich and 20 other stars, as well as its own CONCKIIT ROOM, may secure an instrument easily un der' the remarkable offer given below. FREDERICK INNES The Great Uandniatiter, Says: ..' "The Victor Talking Machine, as I heard It, Is a human voice not a reproduction not a machine, bjt the volc the voice In all tlir original plory and splendor of the world's gratet artists. Here is sn en Jo -meut for the niosi cultured musician, a lesxon cf Incalculable value for every vocal student, and a royal pleasure for everyone. This Week This. Great Offer NOTHING DOWN We offer to sell you a VHrrOK TALKING AMI SING ING MACHINE on the condition that you pay for the records ouly, and be gin to pay for the Victor 30 days later. STARTLING REDUCTION'S. Owing to the improved methods of production, Rex-ords are now . Sftc and Oc. , Vie prepay exprnta charges on all retail orders. ' Write for 'catalogue. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO, Souvenir millinery opening Wednesday. Exquisite bun.t of vfultts free. Kern, live Douglas. UEO. E. MKkEL, Maaaeer. . t erser IBtb a4 Uf raey Street. , tU Broadway, Council Bluffs. ' ' ' " C N. Mta St., South Orjjaaa.