Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 11, 1907, Page 5, Image 5
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY, A TIME 11. 1007. LET HARTMAN FEATHER YOUR NEST li enrt prim of NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY Kin Jennie L'udberr Quest of Honor at Iienuptial Dinner. SOCIAL CLUB MIMB-RS ARE ACTIVE Several Meetings I'lannrd and a oni ber llaie Taken I'Ute Ibis Week Movement of Oinnliu People. A dinner was given Wednesday evening by Miss l.'hu i lottc Lively in In nor of .Mis Jennie, l.lndbng. who is to be tn h ri 1 1 April 17 and who will then leave Imme diately fjr California.' Tin table for dln r.er wag decorated with roil and white. Hed and white satin ribbons weie inter mingled among red and white carnations and fern Imivh. making pretty center piece. Each place was marked hy u red heart, aavo that of the bride-elect, which was marked with two In ge hearts pierced with a gold arrow. Those present were; Miss l.lndberg, Miss I.ora Savage, Miss Anna I'ttct son, Miss Alfril Chi istensen, Miss Miiyni" l.aughliu, Miss Uaz'MI Ktv.ne, May O'Brien. Miss Standi Mul vlhlli. Mario llunington, Miss I.lllio King, qulnn, MIbh Charlotte Lovely, Miss, I.ovi ly and Mrs. Lovely. enrletta. Hies gave a delightful in- Tuesday nfternoin In honor of Miss Miss Mia. May Miss lit foi rnal t tier guest, Mins Louise Until of Kansas City. The rooms were profusely decorate I with trimmings of pink and green. I'ink carnations were the flawcis used through cut the rooms. About thirty guests were received during the afternoon. Miss Kthel UiKby will entertain Saturday afternoon at a matinee party at the Bur wood In honor if Miss Iulse Buhl of Kansas City. Miss Huhl will again be lionor guest Krlrtay. when Mis. l'aul Bur leigh will entertain at luncheon, and one evening this week the Misses Conant will entertain at dinner. At the card party given Tuesday after noon by Miss Georgia Kennard In honor of Mrs. George W. Drown the prizes were won by Miss Jeannu Wakefield and Mrs. lirown. Activity In tbr Claim. The members of the household economics of the Omaha Woman's club will give a kcnslngtnn Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. T. H. Ward. Tho Cotillion to be given Friday evening at Chambers' by the cotillion club will be lead by Mr. Kd Crelghton and Mr. Junius Urown. The Social Pofen club was entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. James P O'Brien. Three tables were used for the pimfl and the prizes were won by Mrs. O'Brien nnd Mrs. Charles. O'Neil. Those prrsent were Mrs. R. C. Pozler, Mrs. H. C. lienford, Mrs. P. J. White. Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs. Thomas Cahlll. Mrs. J. W. Chnpek, Mrs. AV. A. Foster, Mrs. Richard O'Brien, Mrs. Charles Rich and Miss O'Brien. The club will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Charles O'Neil. Miss Elizabeth McConnoIl was hostess Tuesday evening, at the meeting of the Thimble club. The evening was devoted to an Informal muslcale, when MIbh Belle Robinson as pianist was assisted by Mr. Clans Sehaub and Mr. George Barker, both of whom are violinists. The Dundee Woman's club will meet with Mrs. V. H. F.lson Wednesday. Personal Elites. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Battin have re turned from their wedding trio and nre at home at 431 South Thirty-second street. Mrs. Charles Kountze, who has been In Chicago for several days, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Pargent, who tins been visiting her mother, Mrs. K. C. McSlmne, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Godfrey, who have lived for the past three years in Jackson, Miss., have returned to Omaha to make their future home. In-, and Mm. F. G. Sparling will leave Boon for Saskatoon, Canada, where they will spend the summer. They have as their guests now Mrs. Fred F.ngen and Miss Lund of Pnskatoon, Canada, who will ac company them. Mrs. Victor Caldwell Is expected home from New Vork In another week. The marriage r.f Miss Marie Henrietta Hansen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ferdi nand Hansen, to Mr. Ixmls Satnce Wi rntl will tke place Tuesday evening. April lil. at S o'clock, at the homo of the bride's parents. 3'7 Sixth street, Sioux City. la. Miss Hansen will be remembered as one of Omaha's popular visitors of several sea sons ng'i. Mrs. M T. Bolmiaii of Schuyler Is ar ranging to nuke Omaha her future born". She w ill occupy a house at Thir' y-sixt h and Fin nam streets after May 1 Mrs. Bonn, an returned to Schuyler Wednesday after spending several days tit Fort Crook with I.leutenunt ntid Mrs. Carton. Miss Ftta V. Hiilght and Miss F.filc JIulsht. who have been spending the winter In New York city, are now ot the Iter Grand Mr. Jack Puniont and Mr. Finnk Car penter returned Wednesday from a hunting trip. Mrs. Fred Jackson of Corydon, la., is the guest of Miss Bertha White. Mrs. Bernard Kiihn has returned from an extended trip to Philadelphia. Mr. Isaac Carpenter Is in Chicago. Mrs F. II. I 'avis left Tuesday evening for Chicago, where she accompanied her daughter. Miss Kllznbcth, who is attending school r.eur there. Miss Julia lllggln.ion will leave Mondty for Grand Rapid. Ml. h. Mrs. George . Rr.iwn, Miss Jeanne Wakefield, Mr. Harry Tukey and Mr. Arthur Cooley n.ude up a party Monday evening at the Orpheutn. Mrs. H. H. Haldrlge Is spending ten days at FxivlMor Springs. Miss Krdlce Bautngardner entertained at her twelfth birthday anniversary party. Those present were: Naomi Dei mudy, 'Anna Purdy, Helen Alexander, Mudge Ma , loy, Mayme Maloy, Helen Dawson, Lena ' Laetrotn. Frances Potter, Kmullu Olsen and I Hazel Mershone. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pixley have gone to ' Boston, where Mr. Pixley will attend a i meeting of auditors of the Bell Telephone cotnpotiles of the I'nited States. After the ' convention they will spend some time vls ' ltlng in eastern titles and at Harper's I I'e tv, Va., where Mrs. Plxley's parents reside. GREAT EASTER DRESS SHOW Fantasy Funs Hiot ia E:s, While F-ccVb are . ubutied. the PLAIN G0W:S IULT FOR THE STREET I Softly Draped Bodices, Quaintly Drnoplntc shoulders and t.rocefol CllnaliiK Lines Cliarne te rl tlcs of siirlng Fashions, up In front after the fashion Iveloved of prep, school boys and decorated by a wide scarf of soft taffeta matching the pink of the frock is the hat which the French woman would choose to complete such a toilet. Add a blouse of sheer white batiste with pert lace edged frills and an embroidered Spring frocks and hats flowered early this season and all the week before Ka.ster the clothes show was a thing worth seeing. There Is i, cs elegance In the costume of eatly spring than In those of the autumn, hut the freshness and daintiness of the former rnaUe up for the lack iff richness. and tills spring the vagaries of the fashion i able mllhncry lend interest to toilets h:ch tare often otherwise severe. I The pliUn tailor made street frock seems i to le fulfilling the prophecy made in these columns months ngo. nn1, though the Imis'ttcrs show many fanciful street frock models, the Is st tailors say that they H""e making nJno seven ly tailored spring frocks to one of more pretentious character, often a clever and unusual h.indllt'K of a stiipid mat rial gives individually to a CI.IH YVOME AT DAVID CITY I coat and sU.i t otherw ise of conventional j tailored type, and nil of the French makers I who have a reputation for tailor built cos tumes have s.tit over models in stripe Fiiltlrcs. One pnrtlruliiily good coat and skirt suit Is shown lr gray and white stripe with an Intricate handling of the striped effects in both sk rt and coat, but with no other trimming save a triple collar he lowest layer of white pliiue and the next of China blue taffeta and the next of black taffeta. The kilted skirt with a tu-mi-fltting; coat either single or doublo breasted and of moderate length Is the conventional thing, but there are, of course, mary variations Uon this skirt and some tailors favor the tight lilting coat rather than the seml fittin ? model. Kxi -e ctingly smart coat and skirt suits of this same severe character are nuide from French tussor which, while expensive. Is much handsomer and finer tlian domestic materials of the same class, Fnnrlh District Convention Is Prn nonnoed a Success. DAVID CITY. Neh., April lrt. (Special -The second annual convention of Women's Federated Clubs of the Fourth District con vened in our city Monday evening and was In session all day Tuesday in the Congre gational church. Monday evening an in formal reception was given the ifelegateg by the Ingleslde club of this city at the home of Mrs. R. A. Bennett, which was beautifully decorated for the occasion. Tuesday morning the session opened with An address of welcome by Mrs R. A. Ben nett, president of the Inslisldi; club of David City. Response was made by Mrs. H. R. Van WIckle, Woman's club, York. Points on district work nnd reports from absent clubs were submitted by Mrs. C. M. Peterson of Aurora. The branch of chics was presented by Mrs. A. P. Llnd burg of Strnmsburg. "Outdoor Art" was the theme of Mrs. G. F. Rr.bson of Seward. This was followed by discussion by all members and club reports from ench club. At the afternoon session ' Business Methods of Club Work" was discussed by Mrs. C. B. Tetton of Llnroln. "The Importance of Parliamentary' Practice," by Mrs. Rose Smith of Rising City. "First Steps In Li brary Work," by Mrs. Teresa Carey of Seward. "Our State Work," by Mrs. H. I Keefe of Walthill. "Valuable Woods in America." by Miss Grace Reynolds of York. The Question Box was In charge of Mrs. II. I Keefe and "Country Clubs" were considered hy Mrs. Emily Nearer of Sanders county. Tuesday evening session was devoted to a musical program con- i slstlng of piano and vocal solos by Mes- dames Klotz and Stranton of ICxter, Miss , Grace Reynolds of York. Misses Evange- ' line Coe and Rita Runyon and Mrs. Sam Hell of David City and the David City ladles' and men's inrtet presenting numbers. 0 i i! ! 6.85 Comnle'c Rf d QoMlt Bed. Springs, Mattress Bed Is Just like above cut. largo tub ing, ornamental chills, finished in heavy enamel, nil popular colors. SPRINGS are of best pliable steel, veiy strong. MATTKF.SS has soft top. heavy ticking. Our line of metal beds are positively the best In the city. Over 250 different kinds, best grBde and lowest prices, nil sizes and colors, many exclusive designs. GRAY FILET RLOCSE. linen collar, nnd you have a French version of the outing costume which Is a far cry from the English woman's Idea of outing dress. The Kcjrf trimmed Panama is In most of Its forms, rather a youthful type of headgear, but when cleverly bent and trimmed it is a ptcullarly piquant and pretty hat for summer morning wear. Long chiffon siarfs knotted behind and falling low on the shoulders are very often substituted for the scarfs of silk and form a becoming and cloudy background for a pretty face. It Is hard to leave the theme of summer millinery when once one has taken It up. ; Each day the hats gTow more quaint and I more bewitching, and, though the sane ' woman Is likely to realize that a large mini- ' ber of the most delectable creations are j out of the ruiestion for her and would make j her look like a freak, she thrills with ap preclatton of their artistic value. Just the ' same. Leghorns nre well regarded by the French ' designers delightful, flappy, wide brimmed I Leghorns, ribbon and flower trimmed, and act flat on the head with little bandeau; or none at all. The suppression of the bandeau is one of the most marked features of the season's millinery, and ft few of the American women have adapted their coif- j fures to the hat change that one sees fear- ; ful and wonderful combinations of hat and : head. For that matter, even when the coiffure Is all It should he, soft and fluffy on top and nt the sides and m issed in soft coils ami puffs, etc., quite on the back of the head, the effect of many of the modish hats Is still wonderful and fearful. The narrow front hrlm nnd nrida rti-nni . i.n.t I Is urobnbly a bodice or blouse of the skirt brim seen upon so many of the newest i material. If jru hnvrn't n'n no of th Rogers Silverware store full the tn- .... 'IP': Ui - 1 i I -. n'.L Each set consists of six knives, six forks, six tablespoons, six tea spoon! sugar i. one butti spoon. r spresd and one which we nrf selling at iiS. or irllen free With a IIOOIliI purchase, 1sll mis I once The silverware Is the k-.trime llocers goods .lint every p'ece hells tl nsine of "Rogers" the world's f. uncos sllvt rsmlth. It is covered by the gimrantei of this rimona maker It is it no. I fr t n venrs with proper care. These sets nr.- put up In handsome b at'icrette cases lined and with bread ribbon across side ton hcnrli.B the name of "Win. A Rogers" VSi S.i mC CmX iiss. l& In order to enai ie yon in gei mis sei m once, even thouch not ready to maKe any .11 jQ tPw. Wijn utwnis purchases con. we will agree to il.MUer the 1 set to vmi imiinuriieiy. wun inc n standing that In case you do not purchase goo. Is during the v, r w libit In the aggre gate, amount t I toy. oil. that you will pay us $i-.,Ki for the set. on the easy terms of only 1 1 00 cash nnd 7,'ic motthl. Wo will deliver the set on the terms mentioned. In case no l,iiv goods ! us to trie amoiini oi limine nn time within the vcar we will credit your have .d on the Silverware, and thus be giving the entire set to you Ilai'o f ct ileliiorpri In vnn at nnrp U Ol. V...V.V.JV, .. . i: jj'j inn. A ti Uint n rr y 111 n,M"." f"l .1 ' n - ;fT fj unit with everv cen Absolutely free $3 Sanitary Bed T e c Couchea. . 'OJ $12 D r a a a era now fi "7C only O.J $6 Solid Oak Chll- x fonlera. . $19 Yelonr Conches special, 7 2? only 't'J $4 Parlor a-rt value Xocker, 1.65 $20 Oak Sideboard. irg 12 7j mirror ' J $6.00 Metal Beds. 5.85 $2.25 Center Table, 1.15 Refrigerators Best Improved s a n 1 tury construction, hardwood, galvanized zinc lining, ample Ice capacity, a :.."i0 value special at . . 6.75 ICE CHESTS, hard wood, best finish, lined with heavy gal vanized zinc, in lbs. be capacity, $7. 0'1 vulue. special at ... . 4.85 fr-MI.UL L Velvet and Axminster Rugs, size 9x12, $23.75 Specially priced for tomorrow. VELVET RUGS, made In one solid pieee. In oriental and Horn! "X "ti effect, sl.e .' x 1 L' : priced at...'' AXMINSTER RUGS, In oriental nnd floral effects, colorings rich "J 75 and soft, size txl2. each ' Small Rugs $1.1J and $1.75 VELVET BUGS, handsome Oriental 1.75 1.15 S17.es designs, well bound ITxfit : priced at BBTJBSELS BUGS, floral and oriental designs, 7x54. at ... . Stoves 26.75 STEEL R A NOES, best make, full .-lie. 15-ln. oven, complete with warmli;f close'. heavy nickel trim mings. $40 value, spe cial at WO. 8 CA8T RAIfOS. full nickel trimmed, extra heavy construc tion, large oven, com plete with lea shel- es. $17 ;') v alue, spe cial at $10.00 Felt Mattress 6.40 $8.00 Extension Tables, 4.95 Tonr UU-Wai 12 Money'B vo,,h r FtiUlhiK tio-Carls, steel Rear, rubber tired, a rare value, at, only StO.IIO Full Keetl Koldinir (t)-l"iirt, for 'ullon" Jo-(.irt, Tin only Foyer (io-Curt, special at The "Alwin" (io-Cart, spe cial at All best makes represented, about 100 styles. FKKK with every cart sold over $4, a toy set of furniture, 4 pieces given free. heavily 1.65 .5.80 .7.50 3.15 .7.75 13.75 Sale Fine Lace Curtains fiOO pairs of fine Nottingham Lace Curtains, bought of an eastern mill before the advance, and priced ac cordingly. They re reg- f nlni, t9 It; nnrtiilnii at " per pair 95c McDongal Kilchrn Cabinet, Irom $:8 to 18.00 i'hls celebrated cabinet on Bale at Hartman's at prices that are excep tionally low. sold on easy payments. The greatest cabinet In the world. See our wpeclnl exhibit, no trouble to demonstrate and tell of their useful ness, no 1 rouble to own one. Many other styles of kitchen cabinets. Come as low as S'.'.TS. over W different styles shown. See Hnrtman's special cabinet, solid oak, at $11.15. 3 Roams Fur- nishrd All Complete 1 7 Cash, S3 Monthly Any Thrte Roomt You Deilre. mm I e- -v S f 1 a .,. r f 1 MM 22 GREAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE U. 8. M A TTTC rmiw Credit Terms $25 Tost. rash, $2 $50 Cost, cash, $4 $75 Cost $2 SO n month $5.00 a montn $7.50 cash. $6 a month $100 Cost, $10.0(1 cash, $H a month Lurger amounts proportionately. 1414-16-18 DOUGLAS ST coat and skirt models show coats on these lines combined with the long plain skirt clinging ut top and widening voluminously at bottom. Coat and skirt nre perhars of the same material, or a coat of chiffon faille, satin duchesse, taffeta or cloth may be combined with a skirt of sheer stuff In tho same or harmonizing color. In the latter cose there SAXE HL.UK VOI Mi. and Is shown In delicious shades of pink, blue, lilac, etc., as well aa In the darker colors. A tailored coat and skirt of this tussor In a dull rose pink, with no relief save large white ieur! buttons and an adjustable lingerie collar of white embroidered linon Is' a charming costume for summer outing wear where extreme service ability need not be considered; nnd a Panama hat turned j models, Ihe tendency toward setting tho ; hat well back on the head Instead of having It droop over the face, the huge scarfs and bows and plumes, etc., falling low In the back all these give to unaccustomed eyes a bizarre and absurd Impression; but we shall get used to them, as we got used to the ridiculous tiny, tip tilted shapes of yes . terday. j The Polly Varden nnd poke shapes, the bell and mushroom brims and crowns, the huge full crowns of silk or lace, all the Ideas which tho milliners have reveloped In the season's hats, have artistic nossl- bllltles, but they demand the artistic We wish to Urge the Well-Dressed Women of Omaha to Make ft a Special Point to Visit Our Corset Section This Week During Our SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AND SALE OF LlrresistibleGossard Corsets at BRANDEES The Best of A" Co-set? in Ev:ry Essn ial Are S own ani S I J Exclusively in Onuha by This House The woman who appreciates elegance and beauty, cul tivates grace? cherishes health, understands comfort and seeks contentment, will find all these and experience the utmost satisfaction in her "l.'lrresistible" or In her "Gossard." Miss Bal'ou the Exp-rt Cors:tier: of Chi cago is at B.-andeis' ihroug lout this week, and her valuable s:rvics are at the ci po .al cf Onaha women Every fipue any figure will fit the "Gossard" Cor set. It emphasizes Individuality, being the foundation and permitting the final touch of exclusive character to either simple or elaborate toilette. THE GOSSARD G ves to Every Woman a Better Figure. No Corset could achieve more. May We Expect You This Week? The single fact that they la.-e In front irukes thein superior to all other t'oret. 'i he principle of const ruction is right right for racs right lor wa. ill right for atyle. laaaiaaaaawataibT-ffW KASl'UKKHY CLOTH, wearer, nnd the ordinary woman will do Well to b an toward conm rvatism. , While fantasy runs riot in millinery, a ' certain restraint characterizes the new I fmcks not restraint In flegar.ee of inn- i terlals or workmanship, but lather In tho mutter f.f line. As one fashionable dress maker put it: "There are more Wearable moil, is i han usual." Curious and extreme models there nre, of course, a host of them, but among the most ch.c of the xi Misive importations i ne finds an unusual numlx r of frM-ks which. w hile ex.UiMte an I original In material, 1 color, detail, are y. t absolutely without I the fr. aki.-h note and niiht be comfortably worn by ary woman whom ibeir coloring,, linen arid prices chanced to suit. j ' Softly drapid bodices t tossing in surplice ' fashion front nd b;u k. ipiaint Uroopl'ig ' shoulders and i.'pachius ovprs!i-fvfs, mod- erato g.rdlc--. dairty and becoming gulmpca nnd undersb- v is. full, yet cHrijj.t.jf, skirts of long graceful lines, exoin.site and sott I c lorings these arc the cl.aract riblios most I generally In i viderae amorg ti e l-st of the new mod. Is. The first impression la one of i exiu!.-:te harmony. Ii is only u;on exHml-j ratiui. that one rea:iz-s from what beautiful federal materials and with whit c n.summ.ite but if coat and skirt are of material a blouse of net or lace dyed to ' match the coat nnd relieved by cream or 1 white Is a probable accompaniment. I The filet laces of the handsome -Trades are highly popular ror suen mouse--, aim . 1 Indeed one cannot discuss spring modes long without coming across this question of filet. There nre, of course, counlb ss Inexpen- , sive laces with filet mcHh and many of these are very pretty nnd effective, but there are. too, superb tllet bands ami flounc- j Irgs nnd motifs and allovers which ate the , most effective things In the line of lace : trimmings seen in many a day. j The dyers and the embroiderers have done wonders with these laces and one must see the results In order to appreciate them. One heavy tllet mesh of deep ecru formed In designs of great beauty is worked In soft, dull oriental shades, ex- ' qjlsttc-ly harmonized. Or perhaps the rtct nnd design are all In shades of ruddy cop- . per-ilie brown, winding from light to dark, or in the china blues, or in smoke gray shot through with threads of warm apricot. j One set of Diet laces was in delicate gray j with a design entirely in dull silver, nnd alwnys there are beautiful one-tone whites and string color and ecru embroidered partly In silk of high lustre, partly In dull, lustrelesH silk. Often filet lace Is dyed to n ateh a frock and then embroidered over In white or contrasting color, or simply the heavy net Is dyed and n design Is formed in openwork in contrasting color. I Among short dressy costume coats the variety Is endless. Every possible change I seems to have been rung upon the kimono sleeve nnd vague loos" little coats with huge armholes and draped shoulders are made up In every material from batiste to silk. P'Hiare, loose. Kton and bolero effects cut to give long shoulder lines but made with regulation pleeves are popular, ' and tiny wraps half ca-o, half bolero are ' legion. I A good model of the square bolero rl.iss ! was In raspberry doth trimmed In pattei of white cloth braided In black. These pattes formed a neck finish, and trimmed the coat fronts and skirt In a manner which will bo best understood from a study I of the sketch made from tho model. A j little waistcoat was of white, braided In linia of raspberry and black soutache. Velvet and velvet ribbon appear upon many of the drt ssy street frocks, as In the e.-ise of the brown cars- bolero in del : sketched here, and one Twenty-third street , house Im showing a very effective model i in coral pink tussor. whose oae little coat and skirt are heavily trimmed In straight j bands of black velvet In graduated widths, i a touch of velvet Is likely to occur upon 'een the filmiest of Fremh frocks and a j new idea Is the introduction of ch:ffon ' broadcloth Into the trimming of lingerie ! frocks. Several lovely cloth trimmed lin gerie models l ave been shown by exclusive shops, and though this union of cloth trimming with blnertst batiste, embroid ery and lace sounds Incni'tru us, the i IT.-ct in -rich case was emphatically charming and called forth complimentary comments fiom every modish woman to whom the models weie ktwwn upon opening d iya. to the rose hedges on the lawn. This ac complished the federation turned its atten tion to the public park. They began the agitation and In less than two years have reached the xiint where the city council has called for hn election for park binds, besides the combined work of the council, the Business Men's club and the olty feder ation for the downtown parks. The Texas club women believe the most effective one I policy In their work Is concentrated effort upon one thing. (tiesalna; Contests. The guessing contest ia alway a popular diversion for an afternoon or any Informal affair und following is a list particularly appropriate for this season of the year: Buy the tlnbst of flower pots, or make them with tho aid of the mucilage bottle and cardboard of any chosen coloi ; red is good. In thei.e receptacles fold up and put tho following iiuctulons: I. An amiable man . (Sweet William I -. Thi pulse of the business world? (Stocks.) 3. A title for the sun? (Morning glory.) 4. A b,rd and a tiding accessory I (lark spur.) 5. A pillar of a building and a syllabic that rhymes with dine? (Columbine. ) '. A Ilower between mounttiins '.' (Uly of the valley.) 7. A f .rwell sentiment? (For-get-mc-not ) 8. A dude and an animal? Iiandeiion.) H. A part of ihe da? i i'our o clock.) 10. The result of ('lipid's darts? (Bleeding heart ) II. ihe place for a kiss? iTnlipa.) 12. A yellow stick? (Gulden rod.) 13. A product of the dairy and a drinking utensil? (Buttercup.) 14. on" of the i ,,ir hundred? (Aster.) 15. What Cinderella siiould have adver tised for? (1-a.dy slipper.) 1. A vvilil animal and a bit of outdoor wearing apparel? (Foxglove.) For orlzes potted plants or llower-shaped pins arei appropriate. The new jointed glaiM (lowers holders are just the thing to hold the fragile spring blossoms. They may le arraufed In various forms, a circle bcinx very effective. They nre not expensive and Just whi t every hostess needs. In the Pellone much longer, nnd they are looking for some suitable place not ton far up town or from the district where the children live. The classes will be continued Indefinitely. Itonm for Sewing; Classes. The sewing clauses for the Jewish chil dren In the lower end of the city that have been so successfully conducted are threat ened with some backset through a change of meeting place. The classes formerly met at the City Mission, but during the winter have bten held In the L)elloiie hotel under the supervision nnd suppoit of a society of women from Temple Israel, Mrs. Arthur I). Brandels, director. It Is doubtful If the women will be allowed to use the rooms Curtain Stuff. The chief thought In the mind nf the woman, who must buy curtains and diaixnes for a bungalow this year Is, ac cording to "IndiKirs and Out" one of thankfulness for never before has there been such a variety of things at once at tractive and fitting, from which to make a selection and at such low prices. They nre spread forth in nil the shops In such bewildering vnrlety that she will need to have her mind made up as to what she wants to buy and then to keep n very tight grasp upon her pocketbook, for their lure Is exceedingly great. For window curtains she could not wish for a wider range of materials. She will find, of course, all the usual vnrlety of muslins and scrims at fro: i 30 to 2ii cents a yard. At 20 cents there are white muslin materials with medallions woven In of a much heavier thread, In dull, soft colors, yellow, blue, green. A grocer's box or packing box covered with Japanese grass cloth becomes a distinguished looking piece of furniture und can be put to any one of a dozen uses as a receptacle for shoes, or shirtwaists or old magazines; for the kodak and the pile of photographs that accumu lates during the summer; for the general summer debris that the children and their elders collect and think they are going to take home in the fall. Tucked Into corners and old nooks, and furnished with a cushion or two, these boxes make Inviting seats, which will be much In favor with the children. Chamberlain's Cough Itemed? Aids Nalure. Medicines that aid nature are always moat effectual. Chamberlain's Cough llemedy acts on this plan. It allnya the cough, re lieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens (he secretions and aids nuture in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thou sands have testified to its superior Unco. l.oree With Delaware A Hudson. NKW YORK, April 111,. F. Ixiree has been elected pi esident of the Iielawnre A J Hudson company In placu of Jiavld WllcoSV 1 Pi.-lf.n.ul resigned. if Hie- and detail the gowns understanding are evi Ivc.i. There -s pethaj uallty r.f lira an: skirt or three pie the bo-lice and skirts lin-s and Ismls XV ln.es, as well, still ap pear to the designer of hand.s.me silk tnd , cloth cciiU, ud in.u.y of ihe l-audevmctt : more striking Individ- j ug the dressy coat an) e costr.-i es ihun nnn.ii" I frocks. LMrcr toire Texas Pure r'ooil l.an. Texas now has a pure food law owing to the persistency and com ent ration of i ffort on the part of the club women. The l.ous -hold eeciioiiie committee of the Tex is conn id i ated all its eToits to secure, the law. Vie bill was pans.-d Thurs. day. the htate ch. in.s'.s appoint'd and the heaini'.i li ters w ill be at the (i.il s Industrial school. Ti x.is club v.ou.cn are ;,l,l to f ,r i.lsh many ex to. pies where the p. i .-1st e:i y of their e(r'.s have on the day. F neven years the cily federation of Wac-i labored tn se. ure a library. They workej for the library, talked library and never upj-ed until the library was complcto, evea r Says I to myself says I Urteeda Biscuit Says I to myself says I they only cost five cents a package. rsIATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Z ...v.sV.. 1 . t .. ...... J Mi'-aii m i .. ,,m fM) ' C: '' "V . i -iff iiM,fl .s. ( (k r-e-' ' '