Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 07, 1908, NEWS SECTION, Page 7, Image 7
THE OMAHA DAI I A BEE: SATURDAY, XOVEMREU 7, 1908. i Y (J ( 1 ClATOEus THE RELIABLE ftTORB New Ruchings JYom Lincoln 8tck The very latest wide RuchlnRS. worth 60c yard, on sala Saturday, yd. 25 Or per ruch 10 25c Ml Silk Veilings 7ic Saturday mnrntng only, all colors In plain and fanry mesh Included, regular IBc yard values, your choice, yard 7 H THE RELIABLE 8T0RB 25c Windsor Ties each 5c A big line of Windsor Ties from . the Lincoln stork, splendid as ' sortment for selection, regular 25c values, at 5 35c Ribbons Saturday 12ic This lot consists of extra wide taf feta ribbons, all silk and In all staple colors, actual values to 3 5c yard, at , 12i THE RELIABLE STORE . f i 'j ur per rutu i cnoice, yara 7tC '' i ztc values, at 5 I yara, at X-' 1 1 1 ' Mkny New Lots From the Lincoln Wholesale Stock on S&.le SaLturda.y Most AUractive BargaJns Ever Grapd Leather Goods Sale Saturday i ne mm. bw m Winter Underwear and Furnishings I fe-M h Mre' f. All the Fine Leather Goods from the Lincoln Wholesale Stock on sale Satur day at Just Half Price. The greatest lot of bargains ever displayed in any Omaha store. Hand Bags, Card Cases, Bill Books, Purses, etc., in fine alligator, seal, sea lion, lizard and other popular materials. Nothing reserved, entire stock goes at Just Half Wholesale Price. For gifts or your own use you cannot afford to miss these marvelous bargains. Speca Shoe Sale Saturday Another big lot of Crown Shoes for men In all leathers with genuine Goodyear and English welt soles, worth up to $3.60, at $1.08 About 300 pairs men's shoes worth, up to $4.00 a pair in patent colt, vlci kid, gun metal and storm calf in lace or button, a big snap. 82.50 600 pairs women's fine kid and patent leather shoes In Goodyear welt and hand-turned soles, most all sizes, very special, at $1,98 250 pairs women's patent colt blucher and but-1 ton and gun metal and russla calf, $3.50 TsTa poleon cut shoes, at $2.50 Boys' and 'youths' and little gents' fine $1.75 satin and kangaroo calf, gllted sole school shoes,, solid as a rock, at.. 81.19 08 Misses' and child's $1.50 school shoes, up to size 2, In the kind that wears Well. : $1.00 Men's and women's all felt slippers and felt, with feather soles and leather patch on side, worth 76c, at 50 lkna 39 Misses' and child's 39c plush, waim lined slippers, We sell Grover and Queen Quality shoes for women and the Stetson and Crossett shoes for Men. From Lincoln Wholesale Stock are attracting throngs of enthusiastic buyers dally to this store, and no wonder, for savings on high class, nepemlablc merchandise to match these were never before known. slity.i rday.l f V 25 LADIES' and CHILDREN'S I NDERWEAR Ladies' Wool Union Suits Heavy quality.! grey or white, to $2.60 values, Saturday, at 81. Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Vnlon Suits, white, grey or creaon, $1 values, Saturday. 50 Ladles' Union Suits Medium weight, ankle . length, long sleeves, value to $1.50 choice, at 75? Ladies' Vest and Pants Heavy weight, values to $1. 4 lots, at 10c, 25c, 8c and 50 . Children's Union Suits Heavy quality, 75c values, at 50 Children's Union Suits, In medium weight, at 25 Children's Vests and Pants, heavy weight, all sizes. 25c quality. . 10 39c quality. . 19e Regular BOc garments 252 Ladles' Outing Flannel Gowns Regular $2.50 value, at $1.50 Ladles' Outing Flannel Gowns Regular $1.50 values, at 98 Ladies' Jersey Knit Skirts Regular 60c value, at 39 Ladies' Union Suit, Vests and Panto Fine fleeced and wool garments, odd lots, worth to $1.50, at 59 Sterling Union Suits values to $10, at $1.08 We have discovered about 15 doaen Sterling Ladles' Union Suits, slightly dam aged by water, Include all wool, silk and wool and all silk in blues, grey or flesh colors, regular value to $10.00, will close them Saturday. In one lot, at choice. Quantity is limited, so come early. t $1,98 & 1 in LADIES' GLOVES Values you'll find It Impossible to duplicate elsewhere. $3.50 Long Kid Gloves In blacks or tans, magnificent bargains, at, per pair i $1.98 Ladles' Short Kid Gloves All sizes and colors, made to sell at $1.00 and $1.60, choice 75 and 3Jg Ladies' and Children's Golf Gloves and Mittens Great variety, at....25 MisseB' and Children's Golf Gloves and Mittens and Boys' heavy lined Mit tens, 25c value 10 Women's and Children's Sweaters The most complete line shown in Omaha. LADIES' HOSIERY Ladies' fancy embroidered lace and gauze lisle hose, double sole, high MES S UNDERWEAR and FURNISHINGS Men's and Hoys' Neckwear All styles, val ' ues -to 50c, choice, at. . . . 10c and 25c Men's Shirts Griffon, Elgin, Regent and other well known brands, neweBt fall and winter patterns, all styles, values up to $2.50, in 3 lots at. .25 50 and 69 Men's Shirts or Drawers, heavy fleeced gar ments. In all sizes, 60c and 75o values, at '.....25 Men's Shirts or Drawers, extra quality, fleeced garments, regular $1.00 values, on sale Saturday 50 Men's Wool Underwear, natural grey, tans or fancies, values up to $2.00, all at one prle G9 Men's Underwear, worth $2.50 at. . . .98 Men'k Combination Suits, heavy silk fleeced merino or all wool, well known brands, values to $5.00. on sale In five lots, at 69 98 $1.50 $1.98 $2.50 Men's and Hoys' Sweaters Fine quality garments, roll collar or coat style, $1.50 values 50 Men's Coat Sweaters All wool, with large pearl buttons, regular $3.60 values, on sale $1.98 Men's Rlue Flannel Overshlrts Worth to $2.00, at 50 and 98 Men's Fine Wool Overshlrts from the Lin coln stock, mostly blues, all have rein forced sleeve and are trimmed with best pearl buttons. Shirts In the lot worth to $2, choice Saturday 50 Men's and Boys' Gloves and Mittens from the Lincoln stock, regular 25c and 39c value, Saturday 10 Bpllced heel, garter top, values to 69c, at, pair 15k and 25 Ladies' embroidered, allover lace and plain Bilk lisle hose, regular values 75c to $1, at, pair 50 Children's hose, fine, medium or heavy ribbed, with triple knee, double sole and high spliced heel, values to 39c, at, pair 5 10 and 15 Complst new line Pony Host for children J WARE from Lincoln Wholesale Stock The greatest opportunity ever offered for savings on Christmas ftltts. $1.50 Cut Glass Tumblers, . . .75c $1.00 Cut Gifts Tumblers. . . 50j $1.50 Cut Glass Sherbets 75c $2.00 Cut Glass Jelly Dalies $1.00 Cut Glass Sugar and Creamers, $0 values, Saturday $3.00 $:J.OO Cut Glass Goblets. . .$1.50 $4.00 Cut Glass Celery Il-h $2.00 $8.00 Cut Glass Horry Howl . $3.00 $12 Stiver Tea set M piece) tea pot, sugar bowl, cream pitcher and moon holdor, at 96.00 Oaks and Trait Dishes Complete ss sortmrnt for Saturday, regular $8, $7 and $5 values, on sals Saturday at 14.00. 13 R0 and i .60 Alarm Clocks, Special Bargains, at 1.85, 85o and 660. Man? saw lots of Jewelry from the Xlaoola stook at the same woaderfal targaln prices. Come early. HflLF PRICE SALE OF MILLINERY For one day, Saturday, we will sell all our high class Trimmed Hats, including both street and dress hats, regular values from $12.00 up, absolutely nothing re served. Your choice at Just Half. $10.00 Trimmed Hats $4.45 An immense purchaso of Chicago and New York ehow room hats, beautiful new styles, values to $10.00, at ?4.45 and 92.95 $1.98 Black Felt Flats 75c Fancy Feathers, Breasts and Long Aigrettes, new and II I !Smm 4 nobby trimmings, values to $1.50; choice .... ,'119c All goods marked in plain figures here. HI I I I I II H' V S, . a. n II III T &tXse of Taiior Suits on Sale Saturday Altman & Ettenson, one of New York's best known manufacturers, sold to us for cash their entire surplus stock of Ladies' and Misses' Tailor Suits at Less Than 50c on the Dollar. Over 1,400 suits were included , in the purchase, all newest style ideas, in fine broadcloths, cheviots, worsteds, serges and big assortment "of beautiful fancy suitings. All coats lined with guaranteed satins and taffeta. C 0,95 Ji 0 ine cnoicesb 101 01 uargaans ever uruugut w jmmiux, uuu u, suit, iu inv imes wuuu J Bayi w anri i IvOO IrUCbU VJkieW ChUU Uff IV WeVV CM I i,U HIV IV IO kjdbuiuaj Ut) VUUlC eeeesesee and $20.00 Coats Chiffons, broadcloth's, kerseys, velvets, ' caricules, etc., empire, directoire and other late mod els, remarkable bargains at sale price $14.95 $12.00 Kersey Coats Saturday $6.95 150 stylish 52-in. Kersey coats, lined throughout, great snap Saturday. $35.00 French Coney; Coats-Skioner "satin, Jined, best values ever offered in Omaha at price. ... .$19.90 Handsome American Beaver Coats Regular $90.00 quality, remarkable values at sale price. . . .$59.00 A Beautiful New Line of Satin and Voile Directoire Skirts Most attractive assortment and values Bnown aiiywmuc MOSt complete line OI xm tuiis auu uuuurui uuaia in Omaha. Bonnets and Leggings to match. Two Important Hour Sales iu our high grade Linen Depart ment Saturday: From 9 till 10 A. M.--Mixed as sortment fancy linens in cen ter pieces, squares, scarfs, etc., 75c values; for this sale, each, at ............39C From 2 ;ill 3 P. M. 750 yards high grade Toweling, fancy glass and all linen Stevens, worth. 12V2C yard; this sale at, yard Cc Handkerchief Special From The Lincoln Stock. emerald lawn, linen thread nnisn, nana emorum. SUc $1.00 box initial Handkerchiefs, ever offered at six in a box, tbe greatest snap See the New Crown Jewel Suits at $25.00 The choice of most discriminating buyers, equal to $30.00 and $35.00 values elsewhere. In Our Children's Department $4.00 Curly Bearskin Coats, all sizes from 1 to 6 years, all colors, on sale at, choice . .'. . : .$1.98 Children's Coats, in sizes 6 to 14 years, all wool fringe, meltons and fancy materials, all colors, $5.00 and $6.00 values; choice j '...$2.95 8 Till 11 A. M. Women's Flannelette Dressing Sacques, regular $1.00 values, on sale at 49c 9 A. M to 12 M. Women's $6.00 Silk Underskirts, all colors, at, $2.95 G CORSETS ntrt Stock of UIC0I elfllC VI BraiJIJ JOIUIuajf Fashion Mfg. Co. A choice assortment of the very newest styles in fine, silk messalines, nets and)ther popular materials, beautifully trimmed in fine laces and appliques, all the leading colors, included in this display; scores of waists in the lot that would sell in a regular way at $7.50; your tf) tf!E unrestricted choice of the entire stock Hayden's First. Be sure Saturday at You'll never find a better time to try you do so Saturday, It will pay. Big Snap In Japanese China Saturday Japanese Cupa and Saucers, regular values 33c, at f. ...10 Japanese Cups and Saucera in several different patterns, regular BOc, at W T-lnch Lunch Plates, regular value BOc, at 10 6-lncn Bread and Butter Plates, regular value 2 Be, at. each 10 ' Chocolate Bets, regular value $5.00, at, a set $2.50 SPECIAL IN DIIOJEKWARB 118.00 Austrian China, 100 piece dinner seta $12,98 116.00 Austrian China, 100 piece dinner seta.-i $10.05 $10.00 English Porcelain, 100 piece dinner seta, in rreen and blue dec orations ' $6.08 Metal Reading Lampa with shade $1.40 R I Vour Grocery Bill Reduced 25 to 50 by Trading at Hayden's Impart to every flKuro graceful ltiifi and stylish form. The new 11. Sr O. models for fall fre aure to delight every woman who sees tlimii. We are showing- a complete atook of shapes and' alien, which make It easy for you to aelect a -perfect fitting corset and se cure the perfect s ease and com fort, too. There la quite a de mand for the model shown here for medium fig ures. High bust, deep hip, long back (A 16) frice. -TT T.r"-'Jit"wi. Kmen ned. with shirt fold, heavy straps tut way rouna, urasa iock aua side bolts, 2-lnch slxe great- fl 4 fit) I est bargain ever at.u p4.Uo I .430 $1.00 Special values offered by Lincoln stock and io on sal 75c 2-quart Fountain Syringe iz z-qt. f ountain Hyrlng, Uomu.si.ss ti.Si S-qt. Fountain Syringe, Comb $1.79 60c Bulb SyrlngH 83o $1.60 Halls Whirling Spray ..980 $3.00 Marvel Whirling Spray . .93.95 76c Hot Water Bottles 43o 11.25 Hot Water Bottles 98o SI. 60 Hot Water Bottles 81.19 6Qc Atomizers 89a 85c English Breast Pump ........ Sdo 25c Cray's Tooth Powder 12o 26o Kyon's Tooth Powder. .17o 60c Peroxide 33 o fOc Peroxide , 9o 26c Klectric Glove Cleaner 19o 25c Quick Shine Silver Polish . ,.lo 10c Household Ammonia 6o 1 -pound Borax So 25c box Armour's Soap ...18o 26c L,ard Oil and Butter Milk . .18o lOo box Palmolive Soap So 15c Pear's Unscented . .120 lie Munyon's Soap 18o DRUQ DEPARTMENT our Drug Department. I' Saturday, ITorember 7, 1 nst 908. receired from ear 60c box Carmine Face Powder 39a 6oo Pozzonl's Face Powder 87o 60c Java lllce Powder B7o 25c Swans Dawn Face Powder ,.iao 60c Ponsello Face Cream 86o fl Pompeian Massage Cream.... 69o 76c Pompeian Massuge Cream. . . .49 60c Pompeian Massage Cream .... 89o 76o Bubber Qloves S'io 1 lot 6c. 10c, 16c Tooth Brushes to 1 lot 86e Tooth Brushes 19o 1 lot 1.2o and 2.25 The Very Hair, at 98o and S1.75 1 lot 85c and 76c, tl Hair Brushes for 190, 39o end 69o 1 lot 35c, 40o and 60o Shaving Brushes 84o 75c Revelation Comb 60o 60c Reform Comb 87o 20c Anker Comb 13o 76c Llppold's Hair Tonic 49o Our prescription department is un der graduated and registered phar macist. Drugs at cut rate prices. Mail orders receive careful attention Stove Department Soft Coal Stoves The dandy Junior, one of the best oak stoves on the mar ket -size 11, $4.25; size 13. $6.95; size 15, $7.95, size, 17, $8.95; sire 19, $9.95. This IB just M what other dealers get for Inferior stoves.. Our Genuine Soft Coal Base Burner, the only one on the market, the Mas ter Economy, will In a short time pay for itself in the saving of fuel. . Why pay 50 and 60 dollars for a Base . Burner when you can buy the Master Economy with 16-lnch fire pot, for $26.50 4-hole Steel Cook Stove. .... .$7.08 4-hole Cast Iron Cook Stove. .$s!o8 ' Best Polish Steel Pipe, per Joint. 25 Best Cokelron Stove Pipe .10 Elbows, 10c and 15c; plain and ad justable 2.1 10 bars Diamond "C or Beat-'Em- All Soap, at 3c 1-lb. cana Best Brands Lye.... So 8-lb. choice Japan Rice 25c 1- lb. cans Assorted Soups ....7 Ho Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, per package 7 He The best Domestlo Macaroni, per package ; 8V c lr. Price's Breakfast Food, per package (Ho Corn Flakes, Breakfast Food, per package (He Malta Vita Breakfast Food, per package . (He 2- lb. pkg Best Self Raising Pan cake Flour Hc The beat Hand Picked Navy Be&oa per pound f.Bc Fig Newton Cookies, per lb.. 8 Ho Vanilla Wafers, per lb ....12 Ho Large Bottles Worcester Sauce, Tomato Catsup or Pickles, per bottle 8 Ho Fancy Golden Santos Coffeo, 160 f ancy "ono Kico Biena conee, er pound '. lOo i best Tea Slftings, per lb. 16c Fancy Sundried Japan Tea, lb.X6o pei rfia Dried Traits BaJa Vrioea, Choice California Prunes, lb.. So Fancy Oregon Black Prunes, lb.(o Fancy Italian Black Prunes, SHo Fancy Cleaned Currants, lb ..7 He Fancy Muscatel Raisins, lb.. 7 He The best Mixed Peel, Lemon, Orange and Citron, lb 1J Ho Fancy Moor Park Apricots, lb.lOo Fancy Seedless Raisins, lb.. 7 Ho Fancy Mulr Peaches, lb ....8 Ho Bead This Sale on Batter, Cheese Fancy l'airy Butler, lb Klc Fancy Country Creamery Butter, per pound 26c Fancy Butterlne, equal to lots of good butter, per lb 16c Fancy Full Cream Cheese, lb . .15c Fancy Full Cream Brick Cheese, per pound 18c Fancy Full Swiss Cheese, lb..20o Neufchatel Cheese, each 8c Sap Sago Cheese, each YHc Anything you want In fresh vegetables and fruits at less than half you buy them for elsewhere. Freeh Spinach, per peck .,...10c Fresh Wax and Ureen Beans, lb.6o Fancy Hothouse Lettuce, 8 for.Go Fancy -Hothouse Cucumbers, at, each 10c and 7Hc Fancy Fresh Cauliflower, lb .10a ( bunches Fresh Radishes ...,6c Freeh Beets, Carrots, parsnips. Turnips, Squash, Cabbage, Ruta bagas or Onions, pound ....2c Fancy Concord Grapes, basket. 2 6o New Honey, per rack 15c Rreeh Roasted Peanuts, quart. 6e Kngllsh Walnuts, per lb 15a Fancy Tokay Grapes, basket.. 4 oc Fancy CaL Black Grapes, bskt.SOo Something New-Woodenware-Biggest Sale Ever known The famous Western Washer. Saturday .82.60 The Round American Washer, Saturday ii.9S We will sell the Genuine Kasy Ak-Sar-Ben 10.00 Washing Ma chine, sold sometimes for (7.60, Saturday only, while they last, at 88. 9S. Don't watt. Woodenwars Woodenware Busy Bee Wash Board 10c Parlor Brooms 12 He 25o Padded Sleeve Boards 9c Don't Forget Try HaydGn's First it Pays Children's- Brooms 6c 35c Chopping Bowls ISO Towel Rollers, Potato Mashers and Halt Uoxes. only 6c 75c eight drawer Spice Cabinet 35o .100 Clothes Pins 100 Five Wooden Coat Hankers .... 1 Oo 1 4 large Wooden Coaster Wagons for 11 .98 No. 1 Steel Wagons 88c Iirge Clothes Uaxketx 40c 50c Knife, Fork and Ppoon Boxes for lto Knife nnd Fork Box 10o t hair Keats, all slaes ; 6e 91 Economics Cobbler Outfits 48o 18x?4 Bread Board, worth 60u, at, each - 18u 82 Folding. Wringer Benches. .81.88 Large Wooden Waah'Tubs ...68c Six Mouse Traps 10c 8126 Steel Roller Skates ....79c Well Bucketa 89c Mop Sticks 6o Scrub Brushes 6c Rat Trap ....... 6c Rubber Lined Weather Strips, per foot jo Mrs. Pott s Iron Handles 6e Axe Handles 10c 35c Clothes Lines, heavy braided Closing Out Window Olasa. We will give glalxer's, carpen ter's and builder's 90 bnd 40 per cent discount on glass to close It out. C. K. Jennlng's make 26-lnch hand Saws, worth 81.26 . 75c 26-lnch Hand Saw, worth 76c, on sale for , ........ 39c David Maydole Hammer, any slie, ,'f ' ..46o' Maydole Hammer, without brand, rfor ,.....o 60c Steel Ball face Hammer.. 19o 60c Combination Plyers, nlckla plated 29o 14-lnch Stillson Wrench 76o 6, 8 and 10-lnch Agricultural Wrenches ific and 20o 86c Chipaway Carpenter's Bench . Axe goo Yankee Screw Driver or Automatlo . Urill oo Men's 81-26 Handled Axe 790 8100 Lanterns to Coal Hods ..18o Mail orders promptly filled. NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY Needlework, Ottud Tea at Christian Church Event f 3y. STUDENTS TO ATTEND 0HPHEUM Marriage of Mtse Hester Taylor and Dr. Charlee H. Lerkwoed Sol" i essalsed at Homo of Bride's Parents. Ths women of the First Christian church jpere hosteeees Friday afternoon at a large tea given In the church parlors for the members of the Needlework guild, which is on of the large charities of the city. The tea la an annual affair, and those in terested lni the work are given an oppor tunity to see the garments which have been collected for the different charity or gan! tat ion a of Omaha. The tea table was attractive with cut flowers and selections on the harp were much enjoyed. In the receiving line were the officers. Including Mrs. R. C. Moore, Mrs. Edward Roae water. Mrs. Robert Cowell, Mrs. J. W. NichoUon and Mrs. W. W. CarmlchaeU Stadeats to Attend Orphesm. Saturday night will be "foot ball night" at the Orpheum and a large number of parties have beea planned. There will be one party of forty-four students from the university, which will probably Include some of the players. Miss Alice McCullough will give s box party for the visiting members of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Including the Misses Lora McCold, Helen Weston, Ellen Be Sure Hard colds, hard cougbs, severe bronchitis, weak throats, weak lungs. We wish you would ask your doctor if be knows of anything better for these troubles than AVer's Cherry Pecto mTJhCcltL couW possibly ttke. But ask your doctor, and aWfar reeweftZy 7e kmv h" ure to mk BO mistake, f fn?S- Klngsley, guests of Miss McCullough; Olive Hammond and her guests, Faye Follette; Grace Rohrbaugn and her guests. Gratia Green and Helen Day. All of the young people attend the university at Lincoln. Afternoon Tea. A delightful afternoon tea, was given Fri day by Mrs. Frank Campbell at her home. The rooms were abloom with cut flowers and tn the drawing room, where Mrs. Camp bell received the guests, assisted by Mrs. Enold, a dainty decoration of pink roses prevailed. A basket of red roses made a beautiful centerpiece for the dining room table, where tea was served and red- shaded candles lighted the room. Assisting here were Mrs. Fran 4 Ransom, Mrs. Rob ert Olmsted, Miss Helen Bhelden, Mrs. M. C. Peters and Miss Zola Dellecker. An aisle of palms reached from the dining room to the stairs and musts on the harp was rendered during the receiving hours. Punoh was served In the library by Misses Anna Covell, Lola Ruble, Rogene Dellecker and Faith HoeU A charming decoration of yellow chrysanthemums was used In the library. Over 100 guests called during the afternoon. For Oat-of-Towm Ooests. Mrs. Henry Hlller will entertain at bridge Saturday afternoon at her home on Far nam street complimentary to a number of foujt-of-towu guests. Tbs room will be brightened with pink carnations. The guests of honor wilL Include Miss Sophie Kati of Baltimore, guest of Mrs. Victor Rosewater; Mrs. Iseman of St. Louis, guest of Mrs. Herman Newman; Mrs. Jeffrey Klein of Pittsburg, guest of Mrs. Lobman; Mrs. Harry Coha of Spokane, who Is visit ing relatives In Council Bluffs, and for Mrs. Arthur Landauer of Llnooln, 111., guest of Mrs. Martin. Club Meetings. The Comls club waa entertained at lunch eon Thursday by Mrs, David Garratt. Au tumn deooratlons were used on the table and all of the members were present. In the guessing contest the prise was awarded to Mrs. Arthur Hoover. Mrs. Hoover will be the next hostess tor the club. The members of the Clemacls club were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Kelly. At the game of cards the prises were won by Mrs, Sticker and Mrs. Langfellner. The guests of the club were Mrs. E. Callahan and Mrs. EtChlson. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Winn entertained the members of the Ideal card club Thurs day evening. Frliea were awarded to Mis. F. A. Marshal, Mr. and Mrs. VV. T. Ham mond and Mr. 8. B. Bower. The next meeting will bo In two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. II. Bee tern. Mrs. W. A. Yoneon entertained at bridge Thurday at her home. Red carnations dec orated ' the rooms. ' Those present were Mrs. Blackwell, Mrs. Sylvester Rush,. Mrs Hubert lllcks, Mrs. C. O. Talmage, Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. Joel Wright, Jr., Mrs. Smith, Mrs, Royal D. Miller, Mrs. Charles Mc Donald, Mrs. Oscar P. Goodman, Mrs? W. K. Bhepard, Mrs. George MLckel, "Mrs. Georgo N. Douglas, Mrs. Howard Kennedy, Jr., Miss Helen Sheldon, Miss Angcllne Plndell, Miss Mabel Hlrks, Miss Harriet Becker. Mrs. W. F. Norman entertained Inform ally at bridge Thursday afternoon at her apartments at the Dunsnny, when the high score waa , made by Mrs. Kd Wilkinson. The other guests Included Mrs. Will Anderson, Mrs. Grant Barnes, Mrs. A. O. Mucke, Mrs. Fred Dully, Mrs. James Ains cow. and Mrs. E. V. Oramllch. Mrs. J. D. Kendls entertained Wednesday evening at dinner In honor of Mrs. F. C, Kendls, who leaves soon to reside In Kan sas -City. A centerpiece was formed of p'nk roeea and fern leaves. , Covers were laid for Mrs. J. Sloeburg, Mrs. L. Artman, Mrs. L. G. Kendls, Mrs. Tlvol of Kan iu City, Mrs. J. D. Kendls, Mrs. 3. Kulak- oaky, Mrs. L. Richards, Mrs. J. Lewis, Mrs. I. Pearlman. Dinner Party. Mr. and Mrs. IC. M. FairfieM entertained at dinner at Ota Gtiiau club Tuesday evening, their guests Including Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hart, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Stewart. Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hull. Mr. O.'C. Redtck. Yellow Rum Club. Mrs. M. J. Ford entertained the Yellow Rose Card club Thursday afternoon and the high scores were made by Mrs. Lan- strom, Mrs. Mostman and Mrs. A. Oh man. The other members present wers Mrs. 3. Norberg, Mrs. C. Loftman, Mrs. O. W. ' Icken, Mrs. E. Edqulst and Miss Helen' Ohman. The next meeting will be In two weeks at tho home cf Miss Ohman. Quick Returns Through Bee Want Ada. HEALS SORES AND ULCERS Sores and Ulcers are indications of impure blood. They show that the circulation has become infected with genus snd poisons, which are being constantly discharged Into the open place to irritate the delicate nerves, tissues ana surroundinir flesh and ;eep the sore in a state of inflammation and disease. Whether these impurities in thi blood are the result of eotne debilitating' sickness, an old taint from a former disease1, or whether it is hereditary bad blood, there is but one way to cure sores and ulcers, and that is to purify the blood. Washes, salves, lotions, etc., are often beneficial because of their cleansing, antiseptic effects, but nothing applied to the surface can reach the bloocL where the real cause is, and therefore cannot cure. S. S. & is the remedy for sores an j ulcers of every kind. It .gets down to the very bottom of the trouble and removes every trace of impurity or poison, and makes a lasting cure. , S. S. S. changes the quality of the circulation, so that instead of feeding the diseased parts with impurities; it nourishes and heals the irritated, inflamed flesh and causes the ulcer to fill in wit!) healthy tissue by supplying it with pure, rich blood. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write. TUB SWIFT SPJCCmO C0.ATLAIfTjLf GA.