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Til!! OMAHA Nt'NDAY TW.Vr. APRIL -ji. lwt.
(low To Get Plump
Thin people mny n t a :ood .m1, but
they do not dip-oft tht tliev -n t. """bry
starve themselves lnn hv rot Lift
ing enoueh of the fleah pr--fnn-
ment or their foirl. Th IN "f th1r
boHly tissues are used up f.isi ;r tnun
they can lie rrh'illt nl n t li ro is no
gain In weight.
Oriental ply!clins !i:iv HHTori' tl's
Rlucglsh condition f ( lo l" l'"'
Ue of a lmplt root found only In Asia
It cxtrsct puts fVh vi tn- rulnn.-st
physbiu by stimulating dlK'ftl'm iod In
jecting Into th" blood m il.e t-Lrrwt
of food whlcli tulld tle-mi.
Th root ha henn re:"'!!! lnpoild by
th Fultana Homody 1'oiiiiihi v. v. ho pre
pare the extract. It la er- p!juKimt to
take and la absolutely ii'ir n'- a duly pro
tected by the Pure Fo id I. a v. !t l ohl
at all fltst clas drug Mtor.'a f.ie f 1 a bot
tle. If your drugrlst dors not 1c It,
writ the Sultana BemeJy ', Mainmort
Building. 'Thlcairo, for l-'io'.n oil I'li-sli "
It will Interest anybody deiruig to put on
Acl i posa
King- of Tonic.
Sherman-MeC'onncl Drug Co., Beaton
Drug- Co., Meyera-Dlllan Dru't Co., The
Bell Irug Co., Haines Dra.; Co.
YOUR HAIR CURLED FREE
Ctirlin Cnrls to Stay.
To every laily purchasing a bottle of
Curlln we will alve a freo shampoo and
eurl the hair, Make an engagement by
pbone Douglas 7279.
MM. M. S. P IE 11 CI! ,
air Dressing and Manicuring Parlor,
438 Be Building.
Jr Armc HtKIVlR. Ir.avflihoTF-.UB
srSECRET. Wtir.fr,t- Information. I wrd
' t nli. r tlt.t.. HfcLfcN Pf HTCt.AS.
JO Lost 22 St. Kept C 7. KEW VOJiK
PATENTS tht PROTECT
it 3 hk for lvutri siuri ft ft tiDt of 6 cti. a'ftn
H I II B lCE .Wssh'nvtsn.D.O.
Table d'llote Dinner
11:30 a. m. (o 8:00 p. m.
150840 Howard Street
Music by Moalton's Orchestra.
New B&r and Chili
KBXXCAH Cin.1 COTS OASHX AMD
XTAUAJT HJPAaUETTI A IFXCIAI.a'y
0polal Attention 1 Given
OUASAlfTXX nOMTT AXTO TO-
OVEN ALL ZflOaT
tl . 14th St. DoagU 4449
Xiaal' Ohllt Parlor Upstair
1516 Dodge St
Table d'llote Dinner.
40c and 50c. Sunday
a nn minus nun np nnFFPP
ft UUUUiuuu uui ui UUI uu j
i Who, aroma ia fragrant and appetising, ;
a chop or steak with fried potatoes or a
tlainty broiled chicken such as we prepare
to tempt th. appetite would make you think
that you w.r. back to mother's cooking. .
THE PAXTON CAFE
rxciAX. tabi.ii dhoti siamB
aroosf axs rTZxtno, buxsay,
Va.so.lla4 la Cart. rtio. at All Tim.
Moale, Mala Botuaa, STooa and livening.
Grand Opera Auditorium
By th. Xatlr. Company from th.
S(XTB070X.IT AH OVEBA KOUSX.
Vadst direction of
' KB, BEUfBXCK COSBrED
Monday Afternoon. KAENSEL AVQ
d.uck. Fairy GitETFI
CAST; Mmes. Mattfeld, AHen, Vail,
Jacoby, Moran and M. Gorlti.
Preceded by Len PAGLlACCI
CA8T: Mil. Farrar. MM. Bar.
Bcottl. Uls ana Slinal'd. Conductor.
MuodaV Evening. April I .RHHEME
X, tucclnl Oprs- LBBUIH.hi.
CAST; Mints. ClapArelll. Alton. Mil
Caruso, Biraeclarl, Jouruet, Slmara.
fuirlcn. Humondl, Drgoul and N
variul. Conductor. Vlgna.
BSATB VOW OS BAX.S.
Pries. II to W. Boxes, t-V, lit) and lift
Weber Flano V"- i-ioreiios
VINTON ST. PARK
Omaha vs. Lincoln
Sunday, April 21
GAME CALLED AT 3:45
I v 'tf l nave a sale snu pttively M ItK
J H wnv to tUr Hal- riff F'af .ri
SOCIETY TO ATTEND OPERA
Ih;orab's fet Will Turn Out In Utie
Monday AitrrnooD icd IvtrjiuE.
COUNTRY CLU3 (.PENS SA1URDAY
Informalities of aaatmrr Reserf to
nrracile Mora Pretention Home
O'anetlons Vlsltlast W omen
to Be Entertained.
The Debntaatr'a Son.
j Foon we will say good-bye to Town,
I H here all the Winter, up and down,
I ue'e danced mid dmed logj'.her;
IG'-iuioye iu dunces, velvet stuffs.
To sable, capes and ermine muffs,
j For now comes tummcr weather.
1 Goodbye to Winter' Toms and Jacks,
I un last year's men we turn our bacn;
We want new men for Maytlme.
to her a to dainty silk and lace,
And parasol tl'.at sliad.s the face.
And hats all ilower for playtime!
The Soelnl Calendar.
MONDAY Mrs, Warren Bogar. Monday
TL buA Isltlng Nurses aasorlatlon,
dame at Chumoers; Miss Florence
Lewis, tea for Airs. William L. Karnes,
Mrs. Francis Brogan, dinner at the
country club for Mrs. William Karnes.
WKDNEDAV-MIM Alice Redman, K
K. K. club; Thurston Ritles, stag dinner
at Armory; Mr. and Mrs. Swartslftnder
uiid ah. o. C. B'.'dlck, bridge for Miss
Marlon Huche; Moorehead-Wallln wed
ding at Grand Baplda; PmUh-MUlor
weutllng at All Paints' church.
TlU RaDAY Mr. W. A. ghoptlilre, Park
Fld innrheon club; Mis Anna Hum
pert, Jewel card club; Mr. Charle
'i m lim.iMi. vnitHt party.
FRIDAY Mrs. Walter Wilkin. Friday
-!ui; original bridge club, Mr. Bam
SATURDAY Opening of Country club;
Mrs. Frank L.. McCoy, Harmony club;
Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Medders, Orchard
Hill whist club; Miss Margaret Outhrio,
luncheon for senior of Browneli hall.
Next week reveal a calendar well filled
with a variety of social amusements. Mon
day starts with a brilliant opening, a
practically all of the fashionable set will
attend the grand opera, both afternoon
and evening at the Auditorium. Tuesday
Miss Florence Lewi will give a tea for
her guest, Mrs. William Karne of Kansas
City. This Is only a beginning of a con
tinuous round of glven-ln-honor affair for
this visitor, who vu formerly Miss Jessie
Dickinson, and a great favorite. Thurs
day another guest will arrive. Mis Lilll j
of Kansuj City, who will visit Mis Ella
Mao Brown, and as her attraction have
been heralded ahead, her ariival will be j
met with scores of Invitation which aid
the social gayety. A fitting close for such i
a strenuous week Is the formal opening of
the Country club Saturday evening, which I
banishes the drawing room' popularity and
opens the out-of-door season. The. dinner
at the Country club Saturday evening is
to be served between the hours of 6 and S,
which mean that dinners will be eerved
at the respective tables whenever the
party occuplng the table are ready with
out waiting for the whole assembly to sit
down at once, as has been the custom.
The dinner will be followed by a dance.
The opening of th. Field club has been set
for on. week later.
The last week has been marked by a
few theater parties, one large muslcale
luncheon given by Mrs. Douglas W.lpton
In honor of her sister, Mrs. Grlflln of Chi
cago; luncheons and dinner parties given
in honor of Captain and Mrs. Wlldman,
who have recently returned from their
wedding Journey; Mrs. C. D. Craln of
Springfield. O., and Mr. Frederick Hill
of St. Louis. Mrs. Arthur Brandels gave
a bridge party Thursday afternoon for a
number of the visiting women. Aside from
these affairs, bridge has reigned supreme,
it being almost daily occurrence for
small parties of four and eight to meet
informally and devofe many hours of the
day to their favorite pastime. It is won
derful th hold this game has on It dev
otees. It Is a delightful reoreatlon when
not taken too seriously. But ther. are
many players who consider the mlsplay of
a card a positive tragedy and los no im
in making their partner feel It. The result
is that all pleasure is gone for th. un
fortunate offender, who feel rather than
see the glare of rage that this critical
partner 1 freely dlitilbutlng.
Society promise to b. out en mass. Mon
day, when the Metropolitan Opera company
will give the music lovers of Omaha a
treat , Those having boxes for afternoon
and evening are: Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Bogers, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chas. Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Joslyn, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Nash. Mls Mildred Lomaz. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Baldrlge; for evening, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W. Yates, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Reed and Mr. W. Farnam Smith. Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Beed will have Mr. and Mr.
F. P. Klrkendall as guest in their box for
evening. Mr. and Mr. Honry V. Tate'
guests for th. evening will b. Mr. and
Mrs. Lyman. Mr. and Mrs. Yost and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Clem
ent Chase's guests for "La Boheme" will
Include the Misses Butterneld, Miss Cir
mellta. Helena and Philip Chase. Mr.
Chase' guest for the afternoon will b.
i Mr. Ourley, the Misses Mirjorle, Winifred
and Efther Smith, Carmellta, Helena and
j Philip Chase. Miss Lomax will have In
her box for the evening Mrs. Lomax, Miss
Mohler, Mr. N. P. Dodge and Mr. Lloyd
Lomax. Her guests at the matinee will
be Mrs. Charles T. Kountse. Mrs. Lomax,
Miss Mohler nnd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Kelly. The guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers
for the evening Include Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Greene, Mr. and Mr. J. N. H. Patrick,
Mr. Dan Wheeler, Mis Mildred Roger
and Mr. Robert Patrick. For th. afternoon
Mr. Roger nnd Mlsa Mildred Rogers
will have Mrs. Belt, Miss Marthena Harrl-
son, Miss Mary Richardson, Miss Dorothy
j Morgan and Miss Caroline Congdon. For
i th evening Mr. and Mr. F. A. Nash'
I guests will Include Mr. and Mrs. Ward
; Burgess, Dr. and Mrs. Allison and Mr. J.
D. Crolehton. Mrs. Joslyn will entertain
at the matinee Mr. Arthur Qulou, Mrs
Cgden ond Mrs. Martin.
Miss Alice Redman will entertain the
K. K. K. club Wednesday slternoon.
Mrs. Charles Klrschbraun will give 4
large whist party Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Walter Wllklns will be hostess this
week at the meeting of th. Friday club.
The Thurston Rifles will give a stag din
nor Wednesday evening at their armory.
The Monday bridge club will b utr
tained Monday by Mrs. Warren Rogers.
I The Visiting Nurses' association will
j give a dance t Chamber Tuesday evening.
Mr, vt . a. oiiufsiuiv win p. iiosiess
Thursday t the meeting of th Park B.du
The Jewel Card club will be entertained
Thursday aftajnocn at th bom. of Ml4
Miss Margaret Guthrie, who la a senior
at Brownwell hall, will glv. a luncheon
Saturday for fourteen uf the other seniors.
Mr. and Mrs. SwsrtzWnder and Mr. O.
C. Bedlck will entertain a bridge party
Wednesday evening In honor of Mls
Mis. Florence LeAa will glv. a tea
Tuesday afternoon in honor erf Mrs. Wil
liam Karnes of Kansas City, who is a
guest at her horn.
Mrs. Francis Brogan will glv. a dlnn.r
at th. Country dub Tuesday evening ln
honor of Mr. William Karne of Kansas
Vr. and Mr. I). A. Medder will enter
tain the Orchard Hill Whist club Bator
day evening. This will be the last meet
ing of the club for this season.
The Original Bridge club will meet this
week with Mrs. nurns. Jr., and Mr. and
Mr. FYenk L,. McCoy will eniertaln the
Harmony club Saturday evening.
City, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. V. Lwl.
Mr. VT. A. Redlrk entertained at an In
formal luncheon Friday. Those present
were: Mrs. Joseph Barker. Mrs. Oeorgr?
Bnrker, Mrs. Larry and Mrs. Herbert
Mr. E. H. Howlaml gave a perfectly
appointed luncheon Saturday In honor of
Mr. Griffin of Chicks'1. s;uest of Mrs.
Douglas n. Welpton nnd Miss Abbott of
Chicago, guest of Mrs. J. II. Jennlson.
Covers were In Id for ten.
Mips Anna M. Dletrlrk was pleaantlv
surprised at her home Friday evening by
her class of Eighth grade pupils from the
Florence school. The evening was ipert
In games and music, after which refresh
ments were served by the members of the
Complimentary to Mr. Alfred M. LonH
well, who will leave Saturday for Rapid
City. S. D., to reside temporarily. Mr.
Fred Sharpe and Mlsa Ida Sharpe gave a
dinner Friday evening. The table w.i de
corated with red carnation and tho pints
cards were water color scenes. Covers
were laid for twelve.
Miss Edith Stutman entertained a few
college friend Informally Saturday evening
at her home 612 South Nineteenth street, In
honor of Mr. and Mr. Frtd Cotton of
Lrnoh, Colo. Those present were: Mr.
and Mr. R. E. Cornwell, Mr. and Mr.
Harold Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kerr,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Slauffer, Mrs. W.
E. Powell and Mr. Harry Teters.
A reception was given for the Mis
sionary department .f the First Methodist
church Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Van Camp, 1814 Chicago street. Th.
rooms were feBtooned with garlands of
pink, which extended from the chandelier
to the corner and side of the rooms.
The assisting women carried out the color
scheme of pink by wearing pink gowns.
About 7S guests were present.
Mrs. Fred Kern entertained very Infor
mally at cards Thursday afternoon. High
five wa played and the prizes were won
by Mrs. John Sheldon, Miss Kate Madden
and Mrs. Roberts. The guests were Mrs.
John Sheldon, Mrs. Henry McDonald, Mrs.
Hollo, Mrs. T. L. Boberts, Mrs. F. J.
Beaton, . Mrs. J. P. Frenzer, Mrs. Sass,
Mis Glacomlnl, Miss Carrie Glacomlnl,
Miss Schneider, Mr. O'Brien, Mrs. E. J.
Murphy and Mis Kate Madden and Mrs.
D. J. Fogarty from Council Bluffs.
Miss Isabelle Tralel entertained at a
granite shower Saturday evening for Miss
Vera Hemming, whose wedding takes
place In May. Games and music afforded
a pleasant evening. For v refreshments
covers were laid for Mlsa Vera Hemming,
Minnie Weber, Catherine Lyke, Myrtle
Jackson, Ellen Edman, Lillian Lundberg,
Leta Perby, Nell Doran, Edna Hamer
strom, Buby Masters, May Hunter,
Lauretta Elband, Isabelle Tralel. The
rooms were trimmed In pink and white.
Mies Ellen Edman entertained at a
novelty shower, Saturday, at her home, for
Ml Vera I. Hemming, whose wedding
take place In May. The room were ar
tistically decorated ln pink and white 'with
large bouquet of carnations. An enjoyable
feature of tho evening was "a wedding
Journey" ln the form of a guessing contest
at which the prise was won v by Miss
Catherine M. Lycke. The luncheon table
had a decoration of pink nnd white carna
tions. Two hearts pierced with an arrow
marked the place of Mlsse Vera Hem
ming. Edna. Hamerstrom, Llllie Lundberg,
Nellie Doran, Isbell Tralel, Mabel Fulton,
Edna Wilson, Myrtle Jackson, Boblna Ful
ton, May Hunter, Ellen Edman, Catherine
Mr. and Mr. William D. Clark were
agreeably surprised by a number of
friends Thursday evening. Progressive
high five was the gum. of the evening.
Th. prise were won by Mrs. H. Hale,
Mr. Welch, Mr. E. Stewart, Mr, J. Mul
len, Mr. Lou Schonlan and Mr. M. C
Mltchell. Those present (were Mr. and
Mr. Lou Schonlan, Mr. and Mr. M. C.
Mitchell, Mr. and Mr. A. Biggs, Mr. and
Mr. J. T. Stewart, Mr. and Mr. J. J.
Mullen, Mr. and Mr. H. A. Pierce, Mr.
and Mr. John Welch, Mr. and Mr. E.
E. Stewart, Mr. and Mr. Fred Brewing
ton; Mesdam.a H. A. Hale, L. Ny. Min
nie Adams; Misses Esther McGIll,
Olga Stewart, Allle Adams; Mr. George
Koon and Mr. Lee Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hutchinson en
tertained th. Orchard Hill Whist club
Thursday evening. The high scores of
th. evening were made by Mrs. J. A.
Shoemaker and Mr. W. W. Alderson. Mr.
and Mrs. John Buchanan ware guests of
the club. Th. members present were Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Frlcke, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Conningham, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Sjvocmaker, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alderson,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hobson, Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Conklin, Dr. and Mr. H. M. Afc
Clanahan, Dr. and Mr. A. O. Peters, Mr.
and Mr. P. W. Kendall, Dr. and Mr. D.
A. Medder and Mr. and Mr. Hutchinson.
Dr. and Mrs. Medder will entertain tho
club next Saturday evening, which will
be It last regular meeting this season.
Metropolitan hall presented an afternoon
of one grand frolic Saturday when th.
children 0' th. Metropolitan club spent
th. afternoon tugether playing game and
aanclng. It 1 no wonder the children
look forward to this annual party from on.
year to the next, a a great deal of thought
and preparation ha been given to the plan
ning of th. afternoon' amusement so a
to afford th. children til of th. amuaoment
possible, and this year it was a decided suc
cess. The grand march was led by Miss
Lillian Meyer. There were several con
tests during the eftefnoon, when prise
were given. In th. Jumping game th.
prlz. was awarded to Walter Cohn; in th.
baby game, Harold Klein and Ruth Klein
came out victorious; in the peanut race,
Lucille Hallsh proved the most skilled, and
In unwinding the thread Miss Blanche
Cohn and Miss Mamie Splesberger wer.
th. winners. The children that wer. pres
ent at this Joyful occasion were: Misses
Fannie, Lorene and Hortens. Rospnstock,
Lucille O.Mstrom, Vrna Klrschb.-aun,
Hazel Degan, Buth Arnsteln. Minnie Coff
man, Blanch. Cohn,. Mantle Splesberger,
Hortense Splesberger, Minnie Wolfe, Buth
Klein of Pittsburg. Thertsa Dreyfoos, June
Abrahams, Henrietta Degan. Myrtle May.
Madeline Cohn, Nelli. Elsuuer, Faith Haas.
Henrietta Fe gman, Lucille Hallsh, Blanch.
Frank, Lola Brundels, Beatrice Rosenthal,
Master Jeise Rosonstock, Melvln Gold
Strom, Iryln Klein, Harold Klein, Benedict
Klein, Edwin Klrschbraun, Groyer Good
man, Harry Goodman, Morton Degun, Wil
liam Degun. Howard Klnsler, Mayer Cohn,
Bernhart Wolfe, Max Holsman of New
York, Morris Strauss, Lester Firth, Arthur
Firth, Ralph Cohn, Loyal Cohn, Harry
Goets. Andrew Hans, Freddie Heyn, How
ard Werthotmer, Charle Hallsh, Maurice
Frank, Irvln Brandel, Albert Cohn, Mor
ton Ililler and Leon Unger of Council
Mr. Lloyd Lomax, who has been ill with
typhoid fever. I Mill unable to return to
his school. Et, Paul .
Mr. M. A. Hall, who ha been quite ill
at Excelsior Spring. 1 much better and
I. expected horn. Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mr. E. L. Stone have returned
from Florida and ha. i&k.a th. residence
of Dr. and Mr. F. G. Sparling for the
summer, during their absence In Canada.
Mr. Alice Kler of Chicago, who has
been at the Omaha General hospital the
last two months, has returned to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Clarke, who, are
the guests of Mr. and Mr. Henry T. Clarke.
eecled to leave several day UK" for
their home, but were detained by th. III
ne.s of their little daughter.
Mrs. William R. Bowen has purchased
the home now occupied by Mr. and Mr.
Raymond Welch at 2S South Thirty-fifth
avenue. She will take possession of It as
soon as Mr. and Mrs. Welch can find an
The house which has recently been va
cated by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cudahy has
been bought by Mr. Charles McMnnerny.
Mr. a".d Mrs. McMenemy hnve recently
mnvej here from Blair and will move Into
their new home May 1.
Come nnl tin (inslr.
Mr. and Mr. Stors have returned from
Mr". M. F. Funkhouser has returned from
a trip to California.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Butler are visiting
relatives ln Tennessee.
Mrs. Campbell Fair is the guest of
Mr. Georgo E. Prltchett.
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Davis have returned
from a brief stay ln Chicago.
Mrs. William L. Yetter hits returned from
on extensive vlBlt In California. '
Mr. and Mrs. Bldwell returned Satur
day morning from a visit in California.
Mrs. C. D. Scott and Mr. Leroy Scott
hnve returned from a visit In California.
Mrs. William L. Holzman of New York
I visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Miss Louise Peck ha returned from Lin
coln, where she has been the guest of
Mr. J. Bryant Bushnell of Minneapolis is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel llawver
for a few day.
Miss Daisy Lemon of San Diego, Cal.,
is the guest of her cousin, the Mlssea
Wlthnell at 420 South 2Gth street
Mr. nr.d Mrs. Gurdon Wattle arrived
home Friday morning from California,
where they have spent several week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Morsman, who have
been spending several month in Cali
fornia, returned home Saturday evening.
Mr. S. S. Beeman of Chicago, v. ho has
been visiting her aunt, Mr. Catherine
Powell, for a few days, has returnol home.
Miss Louise Ruhl, who has been the guest
of Miss Henrietta Rees for the last ten
days, has returned to her home ln Kansas
Mrs. Frederick C. Hill of St. Louis,
who has been spending several days with
Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm, has returnel to her
Mrs. Alfred M. Longwell and sor.s, Al
fred, Jame and Daniel, will leave Satur
day foi Rapid City, S. D., where they will
Mrs. John L. WebsUr and Miss Flora
Webster arrived ln New York Friday,
where they will visit for a abort time be
fore returning to Omaha.
Miss Lorraine Comstock will leave Tues
day for Denver, where she will b the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Leavltt. Mrs.
Leavltt was Miss Ruth Brvan.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Barrows of Hastings
spent several days of last week In Omaha,
the gueMa of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Barrows.
Miss Helen Eastman of Chicago Is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Charles T. Kountze.
Mrs. Albeit French and children of the
Philippine Islands, formerly of Omaha.
are the guests of Mrs. Frank Rudolph,
where they will remain until fall, when
they will again return to their homo.
Mrs. S. C. Kendls, (41 South Twenty-
fourth avenue. Is for the present In Cleve
land, O., that she might attend th. mar
riage of her sister, Miss Evelyn From son
to Mr. John Kurland, which will be sol
emnized May 15.
Rev. W. B. Slaughter, pastor of St. John's
church of Chicago, has been (pending sev
eral day the last week in Omaha, the
guest of Mr. and Mr. Samuel Hawver,
having been called here by th. serious ill
ness of Major Brad Slaughter. Rev. W. B.
Slaughter was formerly of Omaha,
Wed dinars and EnKagrements.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bushman announce
the engagement of their daughter, Mis
Lillian, to Mr. Alexander Leonard Stuart
of Walnut, Ia. The wadding will take place
Mr. and Mr. William R. Matthew have
announced th. engagement of their sister,
Miss Pearl Miller, to Mr. John Smith. The
wedding will be solemnized next Wednes
day afternoon at All Saints' church.
One of the early spring weddings, beauti
ful In its simplicity, was that of Mlm Ber
nadlne Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Johnson, and Mr. William J.
Monaghan, which was solemnized Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the
bride's parent. 2M9 Capitol avenue. Father
Bronsgeest officiated. Pink and white wer.
th. color used in decorating the room.
Tulips wire used In the parlor and pink
and white sweet pea In the dining room.
The ceremony was performed In the living
room before th. bay window, which was
banked with palm. Mr. W. E. Johnson
sang "Faithful and True." from Lohengrin,
a the party entered. Mr. D. E. McCulley
was matron of honor and was gowned In
pink crepe de chene and carried white car
nation. Miss Lily Rose, as maid of honor,
wore a becoming gown of pale green
radium silk, and carried white carnation.
Th. 'bride wa a picture of dalntlne In a
gown of Persian lawn made fluffy with
ruffle and quantities of German val lac.
a trimmings. Mr. John O'Keefe was best
man. An informal Teception followed the
ceremony, when about eighty guests were
present. Mr. and Mr. Monaghan will r
lde at 2710 Capitol avenue.
QUEEN NATALIE GETS CASH
Honmanlan Court Award Estate to
Mother of Late Klug of
BELGRADE, April 20 -(Speclal.)-Ex-Queen
Natalie, mother of the late king of
Servla. has Inherited a fortune of 1100,000
by a decision of the Bukharest court, which
has given her the possession of the Obreno
vltch estates In Roumanla.
By thle decree Dr. Petronlevltch, th
late king's secretary, is rehabilitated and
entitled to claim compensation from the
Servian government for wrongful Imprison
ment. It will be remembered that he was
accused by the revolutionary cabinet of
having lllejally disposed of part of th
revenues of the estrtte at King Alexander's
bidding and wo condemned to two years
The RnumMan court have now affirm!
1 that the land in question was the rersanal
property of the king and that the king was
perfectly Justified In directing his secre
tary to employ the revenue for hi ma
jesty' private ue.
Cort wtlnnml hnke.
CONSTANTINOPLE. April IC-Anotli-i
errth shock wa felt here and in the ub
urb at 4 o'clock this morning
DapBt tappHea Dynamite.
WASHINGTON, April M-The E. I. Du-pont-De
Nemours Pwder company of New
York wss the lowest bidder for supplying
! 1.167. 000 pound Of dynamite for the isth
mian canal work, at H-T.s.B. wnen Din were
opened at the Isthmian Canal commission'
If you have anythlnl to trade advertts
It In th. For Exchang. column, of Tb.
Bm Wast Ad (-
Beautiful Voile Suits
Made of finest imported voile, lined through
out with very finest quality taffeta silk;
either in elaborately trimmed or tailored
styles, many new models to select from.
Prices $40, $45 and $50
WORK OF THE CLUB WOMEN
Many Orcaniiations Elect Officers and
Adjourn for Hummer E urine Week.
OMAHA WOMAN'S CLUB HAS ANNIVERSARY
Address by Enoi Mills Followed by
Reception First and Third Dis
trict Federation Hold
The Omaha Woman's club will celebrate
the fourteenth anniversary of It organ
ization Wednesday, April 23, b present
ing to the Omaha public Eno Miller of
Estes Park, Colo., the well known guide
April 24 is the club's real anniversary,
but Its celebration will be held on. duy
earlier that Mr. Mills may be present.
His address will be followed by an In
formal reception. Th. lecture will bo
given at the First Congregational church,
beginning at 8 o'clock, and the public is
Invited, no admission to be charged.
Mr. Mill 1 one of th. most unique as
well as on. of the most popular speakers
on the platform now and Is making a tour
through the middle west at this time
tinder the auspice of the Bureau of For
estry. Schooling he ha had, but It has
been chiefly from nature. Ill health for
many years necessitated his living out of
doors. He went to Alaska when a young
boy, but for many year has lived ln a
cabin on the slope of Long's peak, Colo
rado. For three years he held the unique
and dangerous position of state snow ob
server of Colorado. He pay little heed
to conventionalities and the story he tells
from the platform of the trees and the
birds la refreshing and fascinating for its
It Is fitting that the Omaha Woman's
club should celebrate its anniversary by
bringing such an educational treat to the
city. "Touching Life With Upward Im
pulse" Is its motto and since Its organi
zation It has been a factor for good and
for the moral and educational uplift of
Omaha. During the fourteen years of Its
existence the foremost of Omaha's public
spirited and cultured women have been
associated wltb it, many of these same
women going out to stats and. national
recognition. To Boston, Chicago, San
Francisco, New York, Philadelphia, St.
Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul and to
many other of the large cities members of
the Omaha Woman's club have gone to
take a prominent part in public and edu
cational work. There 1 scarcely a large
club in the country today that does not
enroll among Its members some one that
has at some time been connected with the
Omaha club. It 1 one of the compara
tively few organization that carries all
th. Unas of work represented In the Gen
eral Federation, and it can honestly boast
that every one of these departments is
thoroughly alive and flourishing.
Adjoarnmient r gammer.
Active club work In Omaha is about over
for the summer. During the last week
several of th. smaller clubs and depart
ments of the Omaha Woman's club have
elected officers and adjourned until fall.
Th. Omaha Woman's club closes its year
one month earlier this year than ever be
fore. The annual meeting will b. held
Monday afternoon, April 29, mhen report
of the year's work from departments,
standing committee and office: will be
made and delegates elected to the state
convention of the Nebraska Federation,
to b. held at Hastings next October. For
m.rly the club has held Its annual meeting
and election in May, but it was decided to
close In April this year, as the departments
all finish their work thlB month. Dundee
Woman's club and Mu Sigma Woman's
club will both adjourn for the summer
within th coining fortnight, but the
Woman's Club of the Ballway Mall Service
will continue to meet during the summer.
The current topics department of the
Woman's club will meet for the last time
this spring Tuesday of this wek at 2 p.
in., when officer for next year will b
elected. Mrs. W. H. Wilbur will preside
and will be assisted by the woman who
wer. assistant leaders during her admin
istration a the head of the department
Twenty-six women have recently grad
uated from the law school of the Uni
versity of New York.
Twenty women were lately elected on
ward school board In Philadelphia.
Last of District Meeting;.
A number of local club women will visit
IJncoin next Tueday to attend the an
nual convention of the clubs of the First
district of th. Nebraska Federation to be
held ln that city. A strong program has
been arranged and will attract a large
attendance. Enos Mills will speak Monday
veniug under th. aueplt of th. club.
15 iO DOUGLAS ST.
Great Selling of Tailored Suits at S25
A sale wo have leeu planning for many weeks, with the co
operation of leading manufacturers, who were willing to sell us at
very low margin of profit anil give us first choice of their best
samples, enabling us to offer you suits at that arc truly re
You will pronounce this special $LV) suit sale to be the most
extensive ami varied showing of exclusive new stylos vou ever had
nn opportunity to select from at this popular price. You can find
just the style, shade and material that becomes your particular
style. The collection is large and there is not one model that does
depict the season's newest
is sucli an array ol stylish fabrics.
The models are all the newest tight-fitting cutaway
styles, plain or with a little strap or trimming tastefully
selected, the smart hip-length tailor jacket styles, the
new pony or ponyette suits and the always popular
eton models; the skirts are all full pleated styles,
either plain tailored or trimmed models; all the new ma
terials in black and all
will be found in this showing
PIANOLA or PIANOLA-PIANO
jrk 1 irt
SLIGHTLY USED PL1NOLAS AT $125 TO $200
THEMODIST Demonstrated Daily at the
SGhmoIlcr & Mueller Pfano Go.
1311-1313 Farnam Street.
The Lloyer Stationery Co.
WILL, MOVE TO
1616 FARNALI ST.
NEW YORK LIFE QUILDING
AT WEDDINGS, TEAS,
See us about your refresh
ments. We will take entire
charge and relieve you alto
gether of the responsibility of
the preparing and serving. If
you desire we furnlfch the
china, linen, silver and serv
ants as well as the refresh
ments. Or any one or more
of the things you may wish.
Our charges are very rea
sonable in consideration of
the exemplary service we are
prepared to give.
1518-20 Farnam Street.
Out-of-town orders receive
prompt and careful attention.
CAMPBELL'S SOIL CULTURE
for tb Mint-arid wot. No Irrigation, so crop full
urB. 1.0 gambling oa tbo weatbr. A provan aucceaa
In crop growiog In lha dry eountry. KaauUa of
yaars of actantiiic rxptrlmei.unon and atudy, al tlia
oi.poaal of a try turmar. Kcdoracd by all acltutiac
an4 practical farmara ti tha wval. C'ropa aura deapita
aiouitht and Kul K TUlti AS Dili as by lha old
C'irtulara trva, or luc lor CaaipbrM'a 0T lull
lullura Almanac. FKOK. H W. CAMfUKLU Lin
Mrs. 1L L. Ketfe, president of the Stale
Federation, will be a guest of th. conven
tion. The next day, Wednesday, April 34.
tlie Third district opens its annual con
vention at Stanton, continuing through
Thursday. With some of the largest and
moat enthusiastic club of the slate, the
Third district always has an interesting
and helpful gathering. Mrs. Keefe will
be a guest at Stanton also, completing th.
reund of all the district meetings of the
slate. Previous to her election to the state
presidency Mrs. Keefe was vice president
of the Third district and was succeeded
by Mrs. W. E. Heed of Madison.
If you have anything to trade advertise
it in the For Exchange columns of The
Bee Want Ad page.
.. .ill S .U1J.
1 1 lrt mr ttttrrys
and most correct styles, and
new plain or fancy spring collars
Dressy Silk Tailored Suits
These handsome suits are now so much in de
mand; are made of finest chiffon taffeta, in
black and all new spring shades, new and ex
clusive trimmed or plain tailored models.
Prices $25, $30, $35 and $40
Besldea Furnishing PERFECT TECHNIQUE Coniaina
JLEVEK varies amount of tone.
LEVEK changes the time.
METKOSTVLE gives Interpretation.
THEMOIMST brings out principal melody.
EXCLUSIVE with the PIANOLA and PLVNOLA
rUNO. Anyone Cm Operate) it Successfully
CAN BE PURCHASED BY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Your Present Piano Will be Taken in Part Payment
For those averse to shiny gold
fillings we use porcelain. Looks
Just like the natural tooth, wears
well and costs you less than goldL
Long and varied experience has
taught us best methods ln hand
ling different cases of tooth trou
bles. Our modern appliances and
sanitary offices will win your con
fidence. Gutta Percha Fillings, each. -50t
Porcelain Fillings 756 I'P
Oold and Platinum alloy Fillings,
Pure Oold Crowns $5.00
ORIGINAL PAINLESS DENTIST
Boom 4, Bushman Block, N, E.
Corner 10th and Ilouglan.
Look for the name and number.
Open evenings till 9: Sundays. 10 to
i. 'Phone Douglas 11711.
Our plan of selling cigars is constantly
bringing us new customer and while wo
are doing the largest retail cigar buslnra
in Omaha w. want to do more. A trial
will convince you that you should be onu
of our customers. A few of our pecluls:
10c Flor de Gounods Perfecto. Be; $2 50
for box to.
10c Flor de Gounods Invincible. 5c; 12 50
for box 60.
10c Cirofctiens, Re; II. 2 for nox 2.V
Only a few of these left
10c Imperial Crest Perfectos. 6c; 13 50
for box to.
10c Banquet Invincible. 8c; 11.55 for .'5
loc Al Efectl Invincible. 6c; 11.25 for
10c Cugarcia (Perfocto), 5c; 12.50 for t.0.
16th and Farnam Sts.
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