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THE OMAHA DAILY PEE: SATURDAY, AFOFRT 1.
I 13 t
Mail Ordtrs filled at
these prices, except
in case of hour sales
THE RELIABLE STORE
Handkerchiefs and Ribbons
After Inventory specials of keen
est bargain Interest. Come early.
','holce of ladles' and children's
handkerchiefs, worth to 10c, In
Saturday's clearing sale.. 4H
Ladies' and children's handker
chiefs, worth to 15c, sale price,
at 7 WO
83c All Silk Taffeta Ribbons, Sat
urday 15c A splendid line of
oxtra quality, very heavy, all silk
taffeta Ribbons, Saturday ouij,
at. yard 150
Solo Belling Agents in Omaha for
the celebrated Zlon City and
American Luce Mfg. Co. Lace".
The best wash laces produced.
Every yard American made.
You save the 60 per cent duty
by buying these laces.
"",'Z' In Dainty Undermuslins
Quality and variety surpassing any offered at these prices
-ffr Ladies Skirts that sold to
$ tlKi j? " ' L $3.50, samples and odd lots,
tf JPJKV M$ richly trimmed, at $1.98
WWTBi aud $1.50
!JfiJyii Ladies' Gowns that sold up to $2.60,
i 'V jrl'sil Immense assortment for selection,
, 4V T'i-VM'(V'0? rousing bargains to close quickly
fc'sl at 080 750 and 500
4&&"Af5k. Fine Corset Covers and Drawers, that
iff&fii v.?.','f5fV sold to $1.50, elaborately trimmed
&$l'i$&ffi,vwk ' with dainty laces, embroidery and
YlftKwr wa8h ribbons in three lots
mpM'i at 080 750 nd 500
WtyJSr You must see them to appreciate
' 3 their bargain worth.
All the newest style effects in satin, felt and taffeta silk hats.
Beautiful new designs in large or small shapes, all good
colors and white or black at $3.95 $5 $7 to $10
Straw Shapes of all descrip
tions, immense assortment
for selection, to close quick
ly, will go at, C
New Wings, Breasts, long
Aigrettes and pompon ef
fects, all new within the
week, $1.00 values, A Q
on sale Saturday . sVC
Closing Out Hardware Saturday
We have decided to clone out at once all seasonable hardware,
such as Hose, Lawn Mowers, Gasoline Stoves, etc., that do not sell in
the winter months. Mow Is your chance. ,
BUT A WAIIH HOW.
Saturday we will give you your choice
of any rotary washer made, worth
up to $9.95, Including" the Paraxon
the O. K., the Imperial, the Host,
Etc.. Etc., for , B4.S8
If you need a machine and don't buy
It now you lone.
The largest size Western Washer
XErs. rott's 8-pleoe Beta Bad
Your choice of any $1.26 Food Chop,
per i .. 69o
Tour choice of any high grade lawn
mower, worth up to 19. 5 uch, clos
lns them out Saturday 84.98
IG 00 Lawn Mowers, fully guaranteed,
at .. S3 .89
Saturday we will clone" out for this
oaatm all our guaronteed pure lub
ber hose below cost
7Vio, H. Ho and lSVio
We are cloning out all gas plates,
gasoline stoves Hnd gas stoves, cro
quet sets, etc., Saturday.
2-burner Gasoline Stoves 91-89
2-burner Uas Plates 89o
6 gallon heavy galvanized Barbage
Cans, worth $1.60, each 98o
6 -ft. Stepladder, strong; and braced,
Indexed Preserving- Cans, on Quart,
each, at lo
Closing out Bird Cases, all sizes,
worth up to $2.00 each 89o
$3.00 Brass Cages, only $1.13'
Ice Cream Freezers, White Mountain
etc., below coat, $1.22 Willow Clotnes
26c Wash Boards 15c
Large, medium and small sized new
heavy galvanized tubs 3SO, 40o, 490
$3.95 Copper WaHh Hollers, the big
gest bargain ever offered, will last
you ten years 83.49
25c Mops. 12 Vic ISO
Mop Handle 6c
Grand Hammock Sale
A big line of Sample Hammocks, regular $1.00 and 1.50 values; to
close Saturday In two lota at 500 and 750
SO ler font Discount on All Hammocks that sold regularly from $2.00
to $0.00. Come early.
91.50 Copyright Books, 48c and 08o Wo sell the latest books for
leRs than any other concern In Omaha, No matter what the others
ask, we Bell for less,
TRY HAYDEVS FIRST.
Great After Inventory Clearance
nogtnning Saturday and continuing all next week, all summer (rood will (to the bargain way, odd lota and lines on
which we are overstocked will be closed rrgartllps of profit or rout. Higgcr saving opportunities never offered.
Special Hour Sales.
Small lots to close at prices below
actual value of materials alone.
8 till 9 a. m. Ladles' Corset Covers
and Drawers that sold up to 50c,
at, choice 150
9 till 10 a. m. Ladles' Gowns, em
broidery and lace trimmed, tucked
yokes that sold to $1.00, to close,
10 till 11 a. m. Men's shirts, made
of good quality madras, good colors
and patterns, 50c to 75c values 250
11 till 12 Men's Summer t'nderwear
Values to 50c. all sizes, on sale,
to close 150
No Mail Orders Filled on These Hour
Men's Hosiery and Underwear
We find our stock of Summer Underwear and Hosiery entirely
too large and great quantities will be closed this week regardless
of cost or former selling price:
Men's Summer Underwear values to $1.00
garment, fine lisle, porous knit, balbrlg
g;n, etc., to close. In four lots, garment,
t 500 350 250 10
Men's Combination Stilts, worth to $2.00,
In fancy llslcs, maco cottons, etc., plain
or laacy colors, to close, at, garment,
each Sl.DS 81.50
Men's Fine Silk and LtMe t'nlon Suits that
sold up to $3.50, to close quickly, at,
pair 250 and 150
Men's Hose worth to 50c pair, to close at,
pair 25c and 150
Men's Fancy Hose, regular 19c and 25c
values, pair 100
Many other remarkable bargains this week.
After-Inventory Clearance of Summer Wearables
Extensive purchases of manufacturer's entire stocks have overstocked us in some lines, unus
ually brisk selling has left many broken lots and odd garments. In order to put the stocks in the
condition we wish it, we offer ready-to-wear garment bargains this week surpassing any ever known
in this or any other clearance sale in Omaha.
$15.00 SILK JUMPER SUITS $5.95
Hundreds to select from, all colors,
plain and fancies, assortments bound
to suit the most particular, mater
ials alone worth more than the sale
price, values up to $15, choice $5.95
HANDSOME WASH SUITS AND
DRESSES that sold regularly at
$8.00, $10.00 and up to $15.00, great
est lot of values ever offered, here or
elsewhere, at $2-98, $4-98, $6-98
CHILDREN'S DRESSES worth to
75c, sizes 1 to 6 years, on sale, to
close, at 29c
CHILDREN'S $3 AND $4 DRESSES
in two lots, Saturday . .$1.50 98c
$1.00 AND $1.50 DRESSING SAC-
QUES, at each 49c
Table 1 Waists that sold regularly to $1.50, choice 500
Table 2 Waists that sold at $2 and $2.50, choice 81.00
$2.00 LAWN AND PERCALE
WRAPPERS, at each 98c
$2.50 HEATHERBL00M UNDER
SKIRTS, at each $1.45
Special Clearance Sale of all Infants'
Wear, 2d floor.
LONG SILK COATS that sold regu
larly up to $20.00, in one lot, to close,
at each $10.00
STYLISH SILK JACKETS that sold
regularly at $10.00, on sale Satur
day, at each $5.00
$3.00 WASH SKIRTS in white Indian
Head Muslin and linen shades, 89c
$10.00 AND $12.00 DRESS SKIRTS
Voiles and fine panamas, all colors,
on sale at $5.00
WAISTS ABOUT ONE-THIRD.
Table 3 V-'HlBts that sold at $4 and $5, choice. . -81.98
Table 4 Silk and Net Waists, regular $5.00 and $0.00
Saturday Drug Specials
Mall orders from out of town will be filled at these prices for ths
following week, as usual:
75c Rubber GloveB 330
50c Hydrogen Peroxide 330
25c Hydrogen Peroxide... 90
Another lot of Good Hair Brushes,
For Today Only We Will Sell
$1 Pompelan Massage Cream.. 650
75c Pompelan Massage Cream. .41)0
50c Pompelan Massage Cream. .20c
worth from 25c to $1.00 In threo
150 250 and 500
No. 1 Ideal Hair Brushes fi7
No. 2 Ideal Hair Brushes 85o
Big assortment of Tooth Brushes,
60c Java Rice Powder 27c
60c Carmen Powder 39c
60c Pnzzonl's Including the Metal Pow-
... der Bat 0c.
J6c Roger & Oallet's Bice Powder. . .lc
60c HoKur & Uallet'a Violet de Parme,
60c Madame Iaabelle'H 3'c
60c Hlnd'o Honey and Almond Cream.SOc
25c Grave's Toolh Powder 15c
25c Lyon'H Tooth Powder 17c
Cut prices on all Sanltol Preparations.
I no. i iaeai nair tirusncs. . .Jgx.lo
l Also the "Keepclean" model at 450
worth up to 25c, at IOC
10c Jap Rofre ' ...8c
10c Palm Olive 8c
Violet Glyc. three for. v.iic
Lana Oil and HutteriuUk. ptjwK. . A He
Puckers Tar Sonp lac
25c Tetlow's Rathaalt lc
15c Tetlow's Katli.nalt 10c
$1.50 BATISTE CORSETS, 98c
Fine, light weight, batiste cor
sets, long hip models, with
heavy lisle hose supporters
front and side, trimmed with
Swiss embroidery 98c
The Nemo Self Reducing Corseta
reign supreme favorites for stout fig
ures. They greatly reduce the hips
and abdomen, producing graceful and
stylish lines with perfect comfort to
. the wearer. - . .
Warner's llnst Proof Corsets are more
than ever popular. We show com
plete lines In the light weight gar-
at 81.00 to 83.00
A model for every fijrure In our big
THE RELIABLE STORE
Will be Open Until
io P. M.
Great Shoe Clearance
Thousands of pairs of men's
and women's shoes at lens
than actual cost to manu
facture. Women's Oxfords Worth to $4,
all leathers, newest styles; on
sale to close, at 81.08
Men's Oxford Worth to $3, Immense assortment o
the nobbiest new styles, every pair a wonderful bar
gain at sale price 81.75
Men' Oxfords The choicest of the store's offering,
that sold to $4, matchless values at, pair... 82. 50
Men's Shoes Fatents, vlcts, etc.. regular $3 to $4
values, almost unlimited assortment; to close at,
Not a disappointment in the lot- the quality Is in
them, and Its quality makes the bargains. Come early.
$4 Hand Made Centerpieces VI
Renaissance and Battenburg Center Pieces, Dresser Scarfs,
Piano Scarfs and Commode Covers, entire stock of one of
New York's largest importers of hand made and fancy
goods secured at less than half price.
The greatest bargain opportunity in high grade art goods
ever offered Omaha buyers at these prices. You can well
afford to buy them now, even if you lay them away for
Christmas gifts, regular prices would range from $1.75,
$2.75 to $4.00 Saturday we sell them in three big lots, at,
choice 98c S1.19 $1.29
Greatest fancy goods bargains ever offered. Mail Orders
50c Veilings at
A fine line of extra quality Tux
edo net and fancy spot veilings,
in all the standard colors, worth
to 50c; on sale Saturday at 250
60c Klantic Ik'lts. 10c.
A big lot of fancy Silk Elastic
Belts, In black, browns, tan and
navy, worth to 60c; choice Sat
Extra Quality Silk Elastic Ik-Its
With solid brass buckles, com
plete assortments for selection,
regular $1.00 values; on sale
Saturday at 450
The Dlrectolre Kelt The very
latest novelty, regular price $1;
on sale at 450
After-inventory clearance prices
that insure splendid savings.
CDe Quality Hoae Lace, embroid
ered and fancy, all sires and col
ors; on sale Saturday. ... .350
Three pair for 81.00
A Hover Lace and Fancy Hose
Worth to 60c, at, pair. 4 . .1250
Ladlca' Lisle Hose Fancies or
plain gauze, all colors 15J
Lace, embroidered or fancy Hose,
all colors, values to 25c
at 12H0 ftnt 100
Children's Hose Values to 26c,
fine, medium or heavy ribbed,
double knee, heel and toe, in S
lots.... loo 120 100
l&'L Trunks, Suit Cases and Grips
All This Week.
Bridal Leather Suit
Cases, worth up to
$7, at . .t4.08-83.O8
Don't fall to see them.
Now's the Time to Duy
for Your Vacation
All Straw Hats to ba
closed this week no
exceptions from 30
to 75 per cent reduc
tions from regular
Big Snap in Japanese China
Chocolate Pets, worth $7.50, et $a.7S Bread and Butter Plates, worth 15c,
Chocolate Pots, worth f 1.60, each 69o , St earn .:,
X , . . I Salt and Peppers, worth 10c each, at
Only one to a customer. I ach vo
Japanese Lunch Plates, worth 60e I BOO Japanese Oatmeal or Berry
at, each 19o I Howls, worth 15c, at each Bo
Try HftYDEN'S First
When Buying Groceries, Try Hayden's First
u pmin nor or its ima for rrsh
ail&litV T.I, Inn...
1'he best pure cane granulated sugar at
less than Jobber's cost.
The best cornmeal, per sack 15c
Choice Japan Hire, pound 4Ho
The best Pearl Tapioca or Sago, per lb.,
at e He
Fresh crisp Potato Chips, per lb ';0e
Bromangelon, Jellycon, Jell-O, per pkg.,
Large pkg. Pyramid Washing Powder lac
Ilaannann's Pure Malt Vinegar, per bot
10 bars best brands laundry soaps 25c
Large bottle Worcester Sauce, Tomato
catsup or ncKies, aasorieo. ainas c
Fig Newton Cookies, lb 7Ve
Cocoanut Cookies, per lb 7V4c
The best Tea Sittings, per lb ;5c
Fancy golden Santos Coffee, per lb 15c
Fancy Maracalbo Blend Coffee, per lb. IKe
Fancy Porto Rico Blend Coffee, per lb. 20o
Try our combination blend Tea for Ico
tea. per lb 3Rc
Fancy full cream Cheese, per lb lie
Fancy Country Butter, lb 'Ha
r&TSK VEGETABLE PRICES TO
Sweet Corn, dozen 8Hc
8 bunches fresh Radishes 6c
8 bunrhes fresh Onions Bo
6 hunches fresh Beets 5c
5 bunches fresh Carrots to
2 large heads Cabbage (c
5 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce , 6c
Fresh Parsley, per bunch 1c
2 heads fresh Kalamasoo Celery 60
Fancy, ripe Tomataes, per lb 5c
Large Cauliflower, per head 5c
2 summ-r Squashes tc
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, per quart ....6c
Large, Juicy Lemons, per doxen 16c
Plums Plums Flams
4 basket crate Fanoy California Plums,
per crate tfto
Single baskets, each 26o
KE1TZELL MAY CO HIGHER
Likely to Be First Assistant General
Freight Agent Illinois Central.
HAS BEEN IN PLACE PRO TEM
(tilled to thleuo on the Death of
Mr. Bascora 1,ne Ior
Promotion ly the Di
rectors. John 8. Welt sell, assistant general frMght
ngent In Omaha of the Illinois Csntral,
mav le anointed first assistant, with
headquarters In Chicago. The appointment
may he made 8.-Uur.lay. The office of first
assistant would glv- Mr. Weltsell working
.j 11,.. nr.j-tment and place him
at the lead of no of the largest freight
traffic ovpurtwnt In the country.
About a month ago W. It. Hascom. first
assistant grtnersl freight agent at Chlcvgo
died. Mr. Weiticll was at once called to
Chli-ugo to take his place and has ben
there since. It Is understood that as noon
as a meeting r.f the offirluls can be held
the promotion will bo given to Mr. Welt
rell. The d'l:y has been causd hy many
of the officials being away on their vaca
tions. Mr. Weltsell !s regarded as a most effi
cient railroad man and at the s:me time
I has won the confidence of the shippers ny
his falrn.ss and courteous treatment at
' all times.' Three years ago he married Miss
: May Her. daughter of P. E. Her.
I 4 No Intimation Is given as to who the sue-
cesor of Mr. Weltell will be at Omaha,
In the event of his promotion, although It
may be decided when the officials meet In
Chicago In a few days.
Warning; to Coal Dealers.
Railroads have Issued a warning to the
coal dealers of the northwest, particularly,
to lay In a supply of coal while the roads
are not rushed with business and when
they have plenty of time to haul It. The
dealers have not been acting on this ad
vice. In fact, the contrary seems to be the
rule for up-to-date 30 per cent less have
moved from Htiluth than last year. Rail
road men say the delay Is at the risk of 1
a repetition of the terrible famine of two
years ago, when a congestion of other traf
fic made It Impossible to move late order
and there was consequently considerable
suffering. All the western roads have coal
notices to their agents, Instructing them to
advise dealers and coal handlers of the
situation that they mlpht prepare by buying
Railroads Don't Like Itnliag.
Railroad officials do not like the decision
of the Interstate Commerce commlslson
against the express companies on the ques
tion of carloud rates being applied to small
consignments combined and shipped to one
destination as a carload lot. For some time
the railroads have been fighting against
this practice and have refused to recognise
the principle which the commission has de
cided Is legitimate and which they will now
have to observe. Many similar cases pend
ing before the commission are disposed of
by this decision and It meara that brokers
engaged In handling traffic In this manner,
may continue their business without hln
derance and make distribution of less than
carload lots forwarded to a specific destina
Motor Cars on Penn Line.
When the leading Pennsylvania officials,
who made a tour of the west recently, and
stopped at Omaha to see the McKeen
motor cars, returned home, they at once
recommended that a motor car service be
Installed on the Pennsylvania lines. Tho
road has decided to Install gasoline motor
cars on Its lines leading out of Pittsburg
and also on some of the branch lines. The
Pennsylvania will use the McKeen motor
car for Its new service. This decision was
reached after twelve different types of
cars had been fully tried by the Pennsyl
vania within the last few months.
W. R. McKeen, Jr., president and general
manager of the McKeen Motor Car com
pany, was asked If this company had sold
the cars to the Pennsylvania for this ser
vice and replied that while some negotia
tions had been going on he had received no
word of the final decision of the company
to use the McKeen car.
Medicines containing Mercury are often ffiven to persons suffering with Contagions
Blood l'oisou, and so powerful is the action of this dnig that it frequently removes
the symptoms in a short while, and shuts the disease up in the system to do greater
damag to the delicate internal members. When, however, the treatment is left off,
the disease always returns, and the patient finds that his health has been injured by
this powerful mineral, and he is often left with weak stomach, disturbed digestion,
mercurial rheumatism, etc. The sction of S. S. S. is entirely different It contains
ao Mercury. r any other harmful drug, but is made entirely of healing, cleansing
roots and herbs. H cures Contagious Blood Poison by removing the virus from the
blood. It searches out every particle of the poison and does not leave the least trace
for future outbreaks. & & &, in addition to curing the disease, builds up and strength
ens every part of the body. Its fine tonic effects tone up the stomach snd digestion,
1 improve m appetite sou rcjfiuaic uw cuuis mj
iAluhle information about the different stafres of the disease and an vniedical advice
4circ4 sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAS XA, GA.
NOTES ON OMAHA S0C1ETC
Pon't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you can quickly
down them with Elwtrlc Bitters. 50c.
Lk'aton Drug Co.
Women's K V and IS oxfords, pumps and
colonial ties, all 2.0. Benson & Thorns Co.
IRELAND GOES TO WYOMING
Ordnance Department Officer la Sent
to (auiv r: 111 met Crarr
ford. First IJeutenant Mark L. Ireland, or
dnance department United States army,
was In Omaha Friday morning enroute to
Camp Emmet Crawford, Wyo. He has
been assigned to duty at the camp and Is
under orders to report to Brigadier General
Charles Morton, In command of the camp.
Major Bradner D. Slaughter of the pay
master's department I'nlted States army,
who has been acting as chief paymaster of
the l'tparlment of the Ldkts at Chicago
for two months past, will return to Omaha
about August 10, and resume his duties
at Department of the Missouri headquar
ters. Captain F. E. Buchan, Judge advocate
of the Department of the Missouri, has
been granted leave of absence for ten
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. H. Bush Give Card
Party for Miss Kelner.
MOEE HONORS FOR THE VISITORS
Street ear advertising,
Omaha Hotel Supply Co.
moved from 314 So. ISth to rooms tl to IT
TJ. 8- National bank building.
Card Club Has I.nncheon at the Field
I'lnb and Spends Remainder
of the Afternoon at
IT per cent off all boys' and children's
washable suits. Benson A Thorns Co.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. H. Bush entertained
at cards Friday evening at their homo
complimentary to Miss Kelner of Chicago
and Miss Anna Rholes of Independence,
Kan. The guests Included Miss Kelner,
Miss Sholes, Mr. and Mrs. i. W. Battln,
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sholes, Mr. and Mrs.
I. H. Longley, Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Grlffen,
Mr. and Mrs. Friink Turney, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Ferguson. Mrs. Helen Powell. Mrs.
W. W. Wells. Mrs. Reynolds. Mr. Rogers
of Kansas City, Mr. I.lndeman. Mr. A. A.
Hart and Lieutenant Niel. I. 8. A.
Ilrldae I.nncheon (lab.
Mrs. James R. Dewar was hostess Fri
day at the Field club of the meeting of th
Friday Bridge Luncheon club. After
luncheon tables were placed for the game
In the large dancing hall. Those present
were Mrs. U. S. Ilorton. Mrs. Reynolds.
Mrs. John Rowlands. Mrs. Thomas Bennett,
Mrs. Eugene Duval, Mrs. Marshall Collins,
Mrs. W. A. Plxley, Mrs. A. A. Arthur.
Mrs. John Spencer, Mrs. Samuel Potter,
Miss Grace Potter and Mrs. Dewar.
Mrs. Robert Dempster and Miss Elisa
beth Allen gave a tea Friday afternoon
from 4:30 until 8 o'clock at their home on
West Harney street In honor of their
guests. Miss Snowball, Miss Beverly and
Miss Frances Beverly, who leave Saturday
for an extended western trip.
For Mrs. Pierre.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. White enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening In
honor of Mrs. Robley Pierce of Chicago,
who is enroute to Seattle. Covers were
laid for Mrs. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Weber, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Baker, Mr. and Mrs. L.
X. Cass, Mrs. Frank Thompson and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur B. White.
Yellow Rose Card ("lab.
Miss Helen Ohman was hostess of the
meeting of the Yellow Rose Card club
Thursday afternoon, the high scores being
made by Mrs. John Larson and Mrs. A.
' Ohman, Those present were Mrs. J. Nop
biirg, Mrs. F. Nelson, Mrs. G. W. Icken,
Mrs. N. J. Ford, Mrs. John Larson, Mrs.
A. Ohman, Mrs. C. Loftman and Miss
Helen Ohman. The next meeting will bo
In two weeks at the home of Mrs. J. Nor
berg. At Field Club.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Peters entertained
at dinner at the Field club Friday evening
for Miss Stolpenberg of Grand Island, Neb.
Covers were laid for Mrs. Cooper, Miss
Stolpenberg. Dr. F. N. Hoyt, Mr. and
Mrs. Needham, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sifonl,
Dr. and Mrs. C N. Dorward. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Krug, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Gouldlng,
Dr. and Mrs. Bruenlng and Mr. and Mis.
A number of friends surprised Mrs. James
Wright Monday evening to celebrate her
birthday. A very pleasant evening was
spent on the lawn playing games, aftr
which refreshments were served.
Mrs. Ben F. Marti entertained the mem
bers of the Comls club Thursday afternoon
at Iht home at a kensington. MIsh Mary
Grelst of South Omaha won the prize at
the guessing game and the other guests of
the club were Mrs. Bussam of Bloomlngtori,
111.; Mrs. Al Caldwell, Mrs. J. E. Cunning
ham and Mrs. D. K Herne
A party attending the Chautauqua at
Bellevue Friday afternoon Included: Mrs.
W. C. Dean, Miss Pickering of Lincoln,
Miss Kitty Thurston of Or.awa, la.; Mrs.
Ij. M. Talmage and Mrs. Norman Dean.
The men will Join them In the evening for
a picnic supper.
A party Including Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Remington, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Coles, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Reed and Mr and Mrs. C.
T. Kountse motored Wednesday morning
to the bluffs near Glenwood, la., where a
picnic supper was served.
Dr. Nelson Mercer was also host at an
automobile picnic Wednesday evening, the
party motoring In to Iowa.
Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall will leave In her
car for Lincoln to spend the week's end.
Her guests will be Mrs. A. O. Berson and
Mrs. Miller of Lafayette, Ind.
Com and Go Gossip,
Mrs. Myron Learned and her sister, Mrs.
Shannon, have returned from a several
days driving trip to points near Florence,
Blair, Decatur and Tekamah, returning oa
the Iowa side.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. I. 8. Relchenbcra
Friday, a daughter.
Mrs. Howard Baldrlge left Wednesdaj
evening for Culver Military academy t
Join her son, Malcolm, after which they
will go to Wequetonslnsj, Mich.
Rev. Hosmer McKoon of Niagara, N. "V.,
who has been the guests of his cousins, Mr,
and Mrs. Samuel Reos for several weeks,
returned home Wednesday.
Miss Margaret Mc8hane and Mrs.
Thomas McShane, leave Saturday morning
for Clear Iake, la., for a fortnight.
Rahhl and Mrs. J. H. Miller of Chattan
ooga. Tenn., are guests at the home ol
Mrs. C. Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pickens and Mlrt
Elizabeth Pickens, who have been traveling
abroad, are now staying In Venice.
Mrs. George Bussam of Bloomlngton, III.,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Swisher,
Many an article you have which needs re
pairing and replatlng.
Kemper, Hemphill A Buckingham.
Owners Omaha Silver Co., Inc., . '( V
H4 So. 18th St. All kinds plating.
There is no need of anyone suffering long with this disease, for to
effect a quick cure it is only necessary to take a few doses of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy
In fact, in most cases one dose is sufficient It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally
valuable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many
children each year. In the world's history no medicine has ever met
with greater success. Prico 25 cents. Largo sizo 50 conto.
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