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TTIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 6, 3007.
SOCIETY OPENS FIELD CLUB
Starly Thrss nndrd Plnr feeken
Attend Eatardtj'i Opeaiir.
CLU3 HOUSE TAXiO BY DINNER CROWD
Ink mm Bowline; Ser Eater,
tala nnrloc Bealn Beaat
Atteadance. at Country
A Bachelor's Idea.
Bhe"s somewhat slim.
But taar and prim,
tjhe sipks a "him,'
To suit her whim.
And when he's found.
Bhe veers a round.
Leaves him Aground,
Like ship beach-bound
Her love she'll amotherj
Then seek another
With languid smile!
Ah, friend, take warning:
The smile adorning
This elf of nrniiig
Is merely guile.
Her golden tresses.
Which she professes
t'ndynd her dresses.
Her eyes of blue;
Her matchless motions,
Her creamy lotions.
Her soft emotions
Are all untrue!
The Social t'alendar.
. SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin,
I supper at the Country club.
I MONDAY Mrs. Hurry P. Whltmore.
a bridge luncheon at Country club for Miss
l Frances Wessels; Temple Israel Slster-
hood whist party at vestry room of tem
ple: Mrs. J. E. Baum, Monday Bridge
TUESDAY Mrs. Harry Burkley, buffet
luncheon: Child Saving institute, an
nual reception: Visaing Nurses asso
ciation last dancing party of season, at
WEDNESDAY Hughes-Redlck wedding:
Mrs. Hurry Burklev, buffet luncheon;
Mrs. Henry Bmlth, Post A of T. P. A.
THUHHDAY-Thurston Hides' dance at
Chambers; Mrs. W. 8. Heaton, Comls
FRIDAY Mrs. George Spanker. O. C. C.
Luncheon club; Mrs. Fred Pcarce. Friday
club; Omaha Ouards, May party at
SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Kelley. Inst meeting of Saturday Night
Rw weather detracted materially from
tha opening day festivities at the Fluid
elub Saturday, and Instead of the gala
out-of-door affair and the porch swarming
with handsomely gowned women during
the afternoon, the gathering partook more
of the "crush." Comparatively few arrived
before dinner, but between 7 and 8 o'clock
nearly too guests were served. Dancing
followed the dinner. The dinner party was
the feature of tho occasion.
One of the largest dinner parties of the
j evening was composed of the members of
the Harmony club Including Mr. and Mrs.
j Robert J. Dinning, Mr. and Mrs. D. V.
j Sholes, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McCoy, Mr. and
I Mra. J. F. Dale, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stout,
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Breckenrldge, Mr.
j and Mrs. R. D. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. F.
t A. Ewlng. Miss Dale and Miss Pinto.
With Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Yetter were
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wagner, Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Judson, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Updike, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley and
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Ouckert.
Jack Hughes entertained Miss Miner of
Lincoln, i Miss Helen Bholcs and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Updike and Mr. and
Mrt. Kuhn were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Helnes.
W. J. Coad had as his guests Miss Claire
Helens Woodward, Miss Anna Coad, Mist
Mary Hayden, Mr. Serat, T. J. Ryan and
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Jensen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rahm entertained
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mlkesell. Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Palmatler. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Reck
ard and Nelson Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Townsend enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shearer and
Miss Bessie Townsend.
With Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald were
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Korty and Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Conrad.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bryson and Mrs. G.
H. Pratt were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E. L. Stone and Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick J. Adams and children have re
turned from! Forlda, where they spent the
winter and have taken the furnished home
of Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Sparling. Twenty
aeventh and Dewey avenue for the year.
The unpropltlous weather did not en
courage a long dinner list at the Country
elub Saturday evening. Among those who
entertained were Mr. and Mrs. Hocnstetler,
who tnad Rev. and Mrs. Addison Knlcker.
bocker, the new rector of St. Mathioa' l
church their honor guests. Covers were j Mrs. William Redick will leave May II
laid for Mr. and Mrs. Knickerbocker. Rev. for Wllllamstown, where she will -chaperons
and Mrs. T. J. Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. G. a party of young people during "prom."
W. Wattles, Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Hall, Mr. week at the college which her son, Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Klrksndall, Mr. and Mrs. ! John Redick, attends.
J. R. Scoble, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin Miss Agnes Weller Is the guest of Miss
and Mr. and Mrs. Hochstefler. Helen Edwards of Kansas City and Is
Complimentary to Miss Marlon Hughes 1 being extensively entertained 'during her
and George Redick. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ! visit there. Last Wednesday Miss Ed
Baum and Richard Baum entertained Miss ! warCs gave a brlJge party ' to thirty
Hughes. Miss Elisabeth Congdon, Mis ! guests In honor of Miss Weller; Friday
Helen Davis, Miss Mary Alics Rcgers, ; evening Miss Edwards entertained again
Miss Franeea Nash, Oeorge Redick. Paul ; In her honor, when twenty-four guests
uajiagner, i.. i. cuaany, Edward Crelgh-
ton and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baum.
Mis Lynn Curtis entertained In honor
ef Captain and Mrs. Leonard Wild-nan of I
rt Hh' h w 8Ue,t" b'n CaPtaln nd
Mrs. Wlldman. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Lemist,
jui. buu vuaiin Dliwin OI CUUncll 1
uiuns, lapiam Doane, Kan Ounnett and
Small dinner parties were given by Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Burns, Frank Keogh,
Luther Drake and Mr. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rlngold of Denver
arrived Friday to be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Elisabeth Goodrich.
Miss Jessie Nason has returned from I
Lincoln, where she has been a guest at
the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority house,
Mra Griffin of Chlcsgo, who left today
for her home, was honor guest Saturday
evening at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. McLaughlin. Their guests were:
Mrs. Oriffl.i. Mr. and .Mrs. T. J. Ryan. Dr.
Miss Adrlenne Wslker, !31 Davenport
S'roet, e a reception In honor of Mtss
Rlliabeth Pollock Saturday afternoon.
Cirls nnd refreshments The affair rn In
the nttture of a farewell for Miss Pollock,
who Is to le.tve snon to take a position in
the state rapttol.
M'sa Jtixiy Wills s;sve a matinee party
fniirdmr aftrnoin at the Boyd wten
Blanch Walsh tn the "Straight Road" wis
loe ttttrsctlon. In her party wore: Mrs.
fleorve Shields, Mrs. Arthur W. Gross
and Mrs. O. T. Krlng of Yankton. 8. D.,
Who Is the guest of Mrs- Urors
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooke entertained the
Whist rlub Friday evening-. This was the
last meeting of the club for this season and
the high scores were made by Mra Ray
mond Z. Cule and Mr. II. L Adams. The i
guests Of the club were: Pr, and Mrs.
Veil. The members prvseut were: M. and
and Mrs. Oil more snrl Mr Ch.rl.. I.n. A . J 1
Miss Dorothy Stevens entertained nt lun -h- . K ifalffl&.f-' c'4''f.
eon Eaturday. Those rreaent were: Miss Vv-V " f ' -' ?"r' ' Vi'v
Margaret Ware of IMslr. Miss Margaret 'ytiMM:X$f& ?tl'f1)
Etowltts of Eldney. Miss Dorothy Mnrran V. -A J "fir"
and Miss Marthena Harrls'in. Luncheon I 'J. A 4' v. .'Jt.' '
wsa followed by a matinee party at the ! y r'i.i?l! '
B-.rwood. vKn ST
Mr. It. I. Adnms, Mr. and Mri. Rtrrllnir
Freeman, Mr. and Mm. R. 7 Cole, Mr. and
Mn. K. A. Hatfield, Pr. and Mrs. Dorward
nil Mr. and Mra. K. 3. Sullivan.
Mr. and Mm. E. !,. Coin entertained a
number of their friends Mnndijr erenlnf.
Tha house was decorated In white and pink
carnations. After a musical prosram
cover were laid for: Rev. and Mra. F. L
Iiovrland. Mr. and Mra. V. H. Walters,
rr. and Mrt. 8. M. Pmlth, Mr. and Mra. E.
L. Dodder. Mr. and Mra. James fjturde
vant. Mr. nnd Mn. D. M. Hlldrbrant. Mr.
ard Mia. C. II. Chase, Miss Loveland, MiM
Ilaiifiman, Mis Fulton, John Van Camp
and A. B. Handle.
Mra. J. F. Wajrner entertained the t
K. O. sisterhood at a card party Saturday ,
afternoon. The rooms were proruseiy
.decorated In the colors of the order, yel-
, low and white. The hostess was assisted
by Mrs. George Hery and Mra. A. A. I
Buchanan. Those present were: Mrs. P. ,
H. frdlke. Mrs. M. B. I. pdlke, Mrs. George .
VrV;,r , ' V t
wrath Mrs. F DVl.son MrsA. J. Tray-,that
nor, Mrs. A. L. Sheets, Mrs. Munroe, Mrs.
George Eddy, Mrs. Shropshire, Mrs. Will j
" .;' ' , . .1 ' !
Campbell, Mrs. Funkhouser, Mrs, Porter-
field, Mrs. Zackery, Mrs. Cleland, Mrs.
Frank Patton, Mrs. MeCutcheon, Mrs.
John Bryans. Mrs. Will Craig, Mrs. M. C.
Peters, Mrs. John Kuhn, Miss Clara
Mason, Miss Carrie Brown. Miss Mayme
Hutchinson, Miss Agnes Llvesey, Miss
Clara Hervy, Mlas Edith Patch and Mrs.
Come and Go Gossip.
Mrs. Wilson Lowe Is visiting relative In
Mr. William E. Clarke haa returned
from a western trip.
Mr. Wood Allen has returned from a
three weeks', trip to Cuba.
Mis Anna Coad returned Saturday from
nn extended southern trip.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pixley have re
turned from an eastern trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schwarti have re
turned from their wedding trip
Mrs. Will McVald of Atlantic, Ia la tho
gu'st of Dr. nnd Mrs. F. 8 Owen.
Miss Iindls and Miss Bertha Swensberg
are expected home from Europe In Aug
ust Miss Jeannie Brown Is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Patrick at their ranch near
Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Dorward will leave
today for a trip to New York, Washlnf
ton and Jamestown, Va.
Mrs. John L. Webster and Miss Flora
Webster returned Thursday from a three
months' sojourn in Cuba
Mr. Harvey Clayton, who has been vIhH
Itig his mother for a few days, returned
tn Kansas City Wednesday.
Miss Pau'iine Shenck, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Charters of
Chicago, returned home Saturday.
Miss ilullen of Washington, D. C, who
has been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E.
Martin, has returned to her home.
Mrs. S. H. Griffin of Chicago, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Douglas B.
Welpton. leaves today for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Georce P. 8ttbini of St.
Louis arrived today, to be the guest of
Mr. and Mra. F. R. McConnell for a few
Miss Wear and Miss May Wear will
leave Tuesday for Harrison, Neb., where
they will visit a short time before going
to Lusk, Wyo.
Miss Ida Moore of Alexander N. D.,
has returned home after spending several
weeks In Omaha as the guest of friends
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Diets are expected
to arrive In New York the latter part
of this week and will return to Omaha
the latter part of May.
Madame E. M. Post, formerly of Omaha,
but now of Buffalo, N. Y., has returned
to Omaha after an absence of four years
and Is the guest of her son, Mr. A. I.
Mead, at 570T North Twenty-fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ringwalt have taken a
house at 2301 Douglas street
Mr. Percy J. Flelshel Is very 111 at his
home with pleuro-pneumonla.
Dr. Ewlng Brown, who has been con
fined to his home with Illness, Is greatly
Mrs. Balcombe and Mlas Mable Balcombe
have moved Into their apartment at the
Mr. and Mra. H. J. Sterling have moved
from the Madison to apartments at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beaton have taken
a house In Dundee and are now at home
to their friends at T02 North Fiftieth
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Stow, formerly of
Portland, Ore., have taken the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed for the summer
during their absence abroad.
Mr. Edgar Eddy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Eddy, and Mr. Arthur Brant,
son of Mr. and Mrs. 8. B. Brant, have
gone to Seattle to locate In business.
were present and the rooms had Japanese
decorations. The ssme Idea being carried
out In tha score cards. Miss Irene HOwell
has issued Invitations for a dancing party
to be given Tueslay evening In honor of
Mlss Weller and Miss McMillan of St.
The following from the Long Beach Tri
bune will be of Interest to the many friends
of Mrs. Cronk. who was formerly promi
nent In Omaha society:
"Mrs. Merlsold of West Tenth street and
Mrs. Cronk of Magnolia avenue were the
Joint hostesses of a most charming party
yesterday. The guests were sll former
residents of Denlsjn. Ia., and the event
was given In honor of Mrs. Cronk's mother.
1 'i"V'tiV i.
values, in this
22-inch Plumes, in black or
Mra. Ileeton of Ionl.on, la., who has Just
arrived to apend the teaaon with her.
"The guests, moat of them, llva In Los
An(relea and Mm. Merlgold and the Long
Beach party met them at the ear In tha
morntns; and took them In automobiles to
Naples, where they wera taken for a ride
In the gondola around tha canals. They
returned to the Merlgold home In time for
luncheon. Mn. Merlgold's home a
bower of flower and made a beautiful plo
ture. The fireplace wna banked with crlm
on geraniums ag-alnot a backfrround of
(rrcen. The dining table had a low center
piece of exouleltcly shaded sweet reaa.
"The party sdjournrd from the Merl
Sold homn In tlnTe to arrlv at the Audi- I
torunl fnr tne tn concert. After en-
Jpy,n8 hour pf ,.,,,,., mullc the. were
!,,, to tn, hora(, of Mrs Crot,k on Mng.
.. . elaborate course dinner '
wgB W(1 Th Cronk home w brl(,ht ;
w),h but!ful r Bnd after dlnnpr tho j
entertained with old-fashioned i
airs played by Mrs. Merlgold, that Is airs
. ..... 1
days. Mrs. Merlgold being one of the
finest pianists In the city, she gave them
' " "
ttH Vi irorlntliina nnt saw ln(a rnra a I ,n lhal
with variations and an Interpretation that
could not be excelled. The guests returned
home to Los Angeles on a late car with
memories of a day that will linger long.
"Those present from Los Angalea were:
Mr. and Mrs. R. HerfelflnRer, Mr. and Mrs.
Garrison from Denlson. Ia. llrect). Mrs.
Heston from Long Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
Merlgold and Mrs. Cronk."
Com Ins: Krents.
The Friday club will meet this week with
Mrs. Fred Pearce.
Mrs. Harry Burkley will entertain a
buffet luncheon Tuesday.
Tha Omaha Guards will give a May party
Friday evening at Chambers'.
The Thurston Rifles will give a dance
Thursday evening at Chambers'.
Mrs. W. 8. Heatcn will be hostess Thurs
day St the meeting of the Comls club.
The Wghum club will give a dancing
party Tuesday evening at Chambers.
The O. C. C. Luncheon club wlU be en
tertained Friday by Mrs. George Spangler.
Mrs. J. E. Baum will be hostess this week
at the meeting of the Mondnv RrinVe rhlb.
Mrs. Harry Burkley will give the second
, ,, . , . . .
or two bridge luncheons Wednesday after -
The Child Saving Institute will give
Its dancing party of the season Tues
day evening at Chambers.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will give Its
regular whist party Monday afternoon at
th vestry rooms of the temple.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. McCIanahan have
Issued Invitations for a whist party to be
given Friday evening at their home.
The last meeting of the Baturdny Night
Card club will be entertained Saturday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. George H. Kelly.
Complimentary to Miss Frances Weasels,
one of the season's debutantes, Mrs. Harry
P. Whltmore will give a bridge luncheon
Monday at the Country club.
Weddings and Ena;aarements.
Mr. and Mrs. George Shields announce the
engagement of their niece, Miss Frances
onieius, 10 mr. iracar i.ieuen. 'i ne wedding
will take place In June.
MIbs Margaret Crawford and Mr. Arthur
j Mallen will be married nt St. John's church.
i weiiiy-nitn ana lamornia streets, Tues
day morning, May 7. at 9 o'clcck.
Mrs. M. D. Harding announces the en
gagement of her daughter, Miss Hallle
Harding, to Mr. Percy F. Powell. The wed
ding will take place about the middle of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Townsend an
nounce the engagement of their daughter.
Miss Bessie Hart Townsend, to Mr. Charles
A. Bothwell. The wedding will take place
Tho engagement has been announced In
Lincoln of Miss Mable Bennett, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. John R. Bennett, and Mr.
Ernest W. Julian, formerly of Omaha. The
wedding will take place the 29th of this
The wedding of Miss Marlon Hutrhes,
daughter of Mrs. William II. Hughes, and
Mr. George Redick will be very quietly
solemnized Wednesday at the home of the
bride's mother. Rev. R. B. H. Bell will
read the marriage service. Mr. and Mrs.
Redick will leave Immediately r-n their
wedding Journey for California.
The wedding of Miss Mary Holdrege,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hol
drege, and Mr. Edward Holyoke will take
place June 4 at 8 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents. Miss Susan Holdrege,
sister of the bride, will be maid of honor.
It will be a quiet wedding, only the rela
tives and a few of the Intimate friends be
The Rose Art Store will display and sell
a collection of wster colors by Mrs. Car
ruthers, beginning Monday.
The Oyster Himrit,
Maryland's oyster season, whleh closed
on Mar 1, bas been the best for years, and
there Is an encouraging outlook for the
next two seasons at least. Although the
tongers have generally received good prices
for their oysters, they have been handi
capped hv the fact that many of the oys
ters, particularly early In the season, were
Just under tho lawful size of two and a
half Inches. Later In the sesson many of
these oysters grew to the required else and
were caught and sold, but the proportion
of small oysters was unusually large
throughout "the winter.
Buy Ackerman's Umbrellas
LETTER QUALITY FOR LOWER
PRICES THAN ELSEWHERE
WiU Make Tarasols to Match Your
Snit for 50c
RECOVERING A SPECIALTY
Farnaui St. Phone Red 4721
Great Sale of Ostrich Plumes
The sample lines of several prominent whole
salers, including about 600 high grade. p!umes
guaranteed hard fibre and French cure at
One-Third to One-Halt Of Regular Prices
Ostrich Plumes are advancing in price, and Plumes we offer
now will be worth double the price September 1st. Take advan
tage of this splendid opportunity.
in black or white, $9
in black or colors, $7
white, $15 value, in this
JOYS OF LIFE IN HAWAII
Ko Ser-rnmt Problem Tbere, bat
Moaialtoea Present Iinnree-
It Bill.. '
Bird are everywhere In Hawaii. Their
music Alls the quivering air. One won
ders why we do not all live In this para
dise, where life seems to stretch out be
fore one In a long, languid dream of de
light Suddenly through your dreaming comes
a rude awakening. The Hawaiian mos
quito, the one flaw In the gem, the only
thorn In the garden, has ca.led to make
four acquaintance and bid you welcome to
The houses, with their broad verandas
"""d Uh palms and flowers and fur-
nished with tables, chairs, hammocks nnd
grass rug, are a paradise to the weary
traveler. It Is here that the Honolulu
P'oP'" oy tneir glorious climate,
ThB IaWns, thick and velvety a a
pet. were kept In perfect order by the
pet, were kept In perfect order by the yard
1 boys, for experienced .servants Chinese,
Japanese and Portuguese can always be
. had. In fuct, the servant problem causes
' no worry to the housewife, who has but
I little anxiety in this land of plenty.
Everybody seems to take Hie easily.
The offices close very early, nnd no one
seems to know what care Is. The sugar
I barons, their capital once rightly Invested,
draw their dividends, and the rest of life
Is required to spend them.
We stop at the home of our friend, a
bungalow that ia the picture of comfort.
One end of the veranda Is used as a sun
parlor, sheltered by windows and screens,
for what they call cold days 93 degrees
Numerous rooms connect with this, the
dining room being a veranda at the other
end of the house, and the kitchen a sep
arate building, though connected by a
roofed Veranda. The guest chambers are
cottages by themselves.
The bath is hewn out of solid stone, with
a Miower above. Servants are provided i
for In quarters apart from the house. The
whole, In fuct, greatly reminds one of an
old southern plantation home with modern
i Just In front of the house, spreading Its
, I , ,,
great limbs at least sixty feet In dlame-
It. . . . .
ter, is a great monxey poa iree, ana un
der Its protecting branches the children.
and older ones, too, enjoy the swings and
hammocks In an atmosphere which lulls
to sleep. As we sit here, at midnight.
dressed In the thinnest of summer cloth
ing, with never a wrap, waicning me moon
rise out of tha sea, we understand why the
Hawaiian so loves his Islands. World's
CHICAGO'S NEW CITY HALL
Imposlnst Grime-Colored Pile to Be
Replaced by a. Modern
Chicago has decided to follow the example
of Cook county and duplicate the county
building now under way on the square
Jointly owned by city and county. It is
estimated to cost $6,000,000.
The new building Is to be modern In
every line of construction and special at
tention Is to be paid to light, ventilation
and space for the various municipal offices.
Like those in most cities the old city hall
is a massive, gloomy looking structure,
built with an Idea of furnishing an Impos
ing appearance from the outside. It Is a
type of the old-style city hall and for years
has been Inadequate. While the new build
ing Is not be lacking In architectural de
sign and exterior ornamentation, such as a
large Corinthian collonade with carved pil
lars, about ninety feet in height. It Is to
be more like an office building In appear
ance, combining dignity and beauty with
practical offloe rooms In the Interior. The
building Is to be a duplicate of the county
building In Chicago.
The work of tearing down the old city
hall is to begin about June L The city
has now about 1600.000 with which to make
the start. Two plans for the construction
of the building have been suggested. One
Is that work proceed by piecemeal, fin
ishing it when the money Is obtained. The
other plan is to let the contract to some
large firm with the understanding that the
firm receive Us pay a certain number
The new city hall Is to be a duplicate of
the new county building, which Is now be
In finished In the same square. A com
mittee of city officials recently Inspected
the county building and decided that It
would be bad taste to erect a new building
of different architectural design alongside.'
The new city hall Is to connect with the
county building, making. In fact, a 110,000.
"Mark Twain" at Home-.
NEW YORK. May 1 The report that
Samuel I. Clements is missing on Henry
H Rogers' yacht Kanawha, which was
given wide circulation tndav. Is untrue.
Mr. Clements Is at noma In this city.
Monday Specials at Beaton's
JBc Juvenile 8oap, Monday only, per
3 5c Roger ft Gallet Violet Soap, Mon
day only, per cake 21
10c English Process Hurford's, Monday
only, per cake 5
25c Pear's Scented Soap, Monday only
25c Sanltol Soap, Monday only, per
P. S. Seeds at half price at Flower
Department 50,000 to select from.
Beaton Drug Co.
15th and Farnam
17-inch Plumes, in black or colors, $4
values, at $2.98
15-icch Plume3, white only, $2 values,
17-inch Plume3, black only, 75c val
ues, at '. .39c
15 lO DOUGLAS ST.
We Announce A Greai Sale
Beginning Monday ai 8.Q9 A. M.
AH Our Bigii Class Tailored Suits
at Reduced Prices.
Owing to the unfavorable weather conditions we find
ourselves with a very heavy ptoek of fine Tailored Suits,
and aa it is our policy never to carry over a single gar
ment from season to season, we have decided to make
sweeping reductions earlier than usual. Sale starts Mon
day. $G0.00 French Voile Suits, with elegant silk drop, in
black, blue, gray and tan reduced
$50.00 and $55.00 French Voile Suits, in a wide range of
styles to choose from, in all colors, no two A A A
alike reduced to UVaUv
$45.00 and $50.00 Suits of chiffon panama and imported
fancy materials, in a wide range of beautiful models to
select from, no two alike reduced gQ
$35.00 and $40.00 Suits of chiffon panama or fine serge, in
black and all spring colors, also of imported Or AA
fancy materials reduced to sslJavU
$27.50 and $30.00 Suits of chiffon panama or serge, in
black and all spring shades, also of fine -f Q CA
fancy materials reduced to J.vtlv
$22.50 and $25.00 Suits of panama, worsted and fancy ma
terials, in all shades, great variety to choose 4 r AA
from, all correct new styles reduced to JLvvV
Rustling Silk Petiicoais
$4.95, $5.50, $6.25
These are all made of the finest quality of the rust
ling taffeta silks a quality made to stand hard wear.
There is alarge variety of styles, made with full, flaring
flounces, and come in all the newest colorings and effects.
They are extraordinary values at $4.95, $5.50, 0.25
,0F U R
Protection Against Moth, Fire and Theft at Small Cost
"1A7E wish to impress upon you the necessity of having
your furs properly cared for during the summer
Don't trust to moth bags and paper packages. You
may lose a valuable set of furs when a dollar or two paid
' out for storage would protect them from all damage.
Don't delay, moths work fast.
Furs Cleaned Free
We thoroughly clean every fur
garment left with us for stor
age, so they are put away free
from all dirt and grease
as well as from moth.
Give us a trial. YouVill not be
disappointed. All storage taken
care of personally by our Mr.
C. L. DeLong. Now is the time
to have your furs repaired.
111 II H.i) .11. II ii It .14 .i il
on us in our new
Fine Stationery, Office Supplies. Com
$ store we will be able
the wants of our customers.
1616 Farnam Street
Moyor Stationery Company
IH 1 H II tl (' l H'.lt) il
MISS EFFA ELLIS
Adult class will meat
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock
Perfiolci Piano Co. Parlors,
lfcJil Farnam St.
iff W tL 1 ri roRMrmv T
. .4 .4 .A 'J A'.'- - a . fc 2
You to Call
With a much larger
to better attend to
n n tin it il t II tl . l ! I .1"
This line of dulnty retries hut
touched the popular chord. They arc
something dlllrrent, somcthli'K new.
that's why HaldufT Is making them.
If you ai'iTi-clate ilcllclotis. crisp
try, you will le mure limn ilflishted
i(h (his line of KiikIIhIi piutrles.
They are made under the personal
supervision of an expi-rlf need London
I nker Millie III l l lie inie as In
to see them at the
Apple J arts
lo i of Honor
II. h Mn'nns
Pott Shells, per dozen 30c
TABLE D HOTI rlNWEtt
SetTed Today From
13 M. to 6:30 P. M.
PHICB 60 CENTS
1518-20 Farnam St.
( UUUI.S AKI) OOI.I.RUKS.
A Home School for Young- Women and
Girls. Students holding certlnVate cover
ing In full the entrance requirements of
the I'nlverslty of Nebraska or of lowii,
are admitted without examination to Jun
ior year of advance course. Certificate In
collcRe preparatory course admits to
Vossar, Wellesley. Bmlth, Mt. Holyoke,
I'nlverslty of Nebraska, University of
Wisconsin and University of Chicago.
Exceptional advantages in Music, Art und
Domestic Sclenoe Well equipped gymna
sium and outdoor sports. Students moth
ered sympathetically by women of large
practical experience with girls In that
highly important formative period between
fourteen and twenty-one years of age.
Send for Illustrated Year Uook.
3 LIt A1i;l;rN'A!1
What is the
It la the daintiest Cafe la Omaha.
Where all food la home-cooked;
Where tea and coffee of the beat brands
are properly brewed;
Whore light lunches are served at all
hours of the day;
Where a special noon luncheon Is
served from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. ra.
Where short orders can be had any
time between 5 and 7:30 p. m.
It is a resort for the fastidious.
Under the personal supervision of Mrs.
Frank Van Brunt;
It is not open on Sunday not at
Try it the next time you are down
lflll Howard Street.
New Bar and Chili
ME XI C A If CKIil COH CABirt AKD
rriLUK BFAOMTTI A SVSCXAXTX
Special Attention Is Given to Orders
Wl GUaJLsJCTH WOMft AI 0-
OrCH AU WIGHT
SIS . lth St. DourUs 444
Ladles' Chill Parlor Upstairs
1516 Dodge St
Table d'Cotc Dinner,
40c and 50c, Sunday
Table d'Hote Dinner
11:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
1508-10 Howard Street
I Music by Moullon's Orchestra.
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER TODAY AT
Why bother about fretting; up a sundas
dinner at home. Oet on th car and conn
down town and enjoy our special menu
for the day.
lAIMJIST AID MOST XLABOsV
ATS IBT OUAI4
Table d'Hote Sunday
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