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New York Society Gossip
Kr. and Mri. Drexel and Daughter, with Her Viscount, Are Comic
OTfr for Tony. Jr.i Wedding 3fn. W. Waldorf Aitor Vwitin in Sew
YorkTalk of Weddiag. ai Well it Dirortes in the Bij Ketropolii.
who l.a been de-wra. in'it nj.. a ri 1 n
genes!'-) . the Jou..J n m in-.:.v
are f-Kxf od Ai"Tiriii k.
"Jay flcild's father. ' le d:--i'd.
nitnwl G!d. a Connmic.-t farrt-r. n t i
profper-eri a the o;ru-: .f U e fa-?' '
hot ern. grated tn iK'lnve c.ui.-.
a ou d be ratrer rocimpTi itn- ie j xi,
th son of atl objure i p mj; Lirmir
develop great nu i. rjpa-,iy v;t
n.hin. but ba;-k of m fa'T as
Una of Gcids. win h ' I the ni r
HV KAK:APKT WATTS T'K PETfTER.
NKW TORK. April .peel 1o t'..
Pul.l:feis Pra Mr. and Mr Anthony
.t t'rXfl. t'-ieir Sajiitr. Me Margiente
Lrriel. and her f;ante. Vi scout it Maid
stone, hare allel from Knrland for trii.
fide. Tley are rvw enrni't for America,!
and their cnmirn will. 1 prwurv. eau-e tt,e
usual rlppie of Interest. eT?rUV? mor,(
lb yellow journalists.
. . . j 1
i ne 'mcimj or Anthony Ireie. )r .
M !" Warlirle tlrii'M wil Ink. u
,,e ana several dav, after ibIe .,, .;Un--.-t.cu: wa
Mr. D-m1. Jr.. and hi. bnde w.ll be It. ,T . th lVl, of in .
London in tiro, to attend the .rd.l.r, of . dormart w . or two
Mi-. I-rexel ,nd Iscoont Maidstone In Jjr fJou,d arIop.d ,uth . rc.
. ,. . . , ! nark able desree."
hevr tuld you b.f..re, the dt ....... . .,,..,.- .-.r
at a time whn Kfs K1ari' ,. . t ...... . .
& trie I r; Vj'U)a oi lturii ; tuih. t hi . l-
can t pre--nt. a he ha a !r-4v iitn . 1 , . . , .. t
f,a. ti a difpu; over t.ir oin-:nv !
a tentative imtnu.e o ait-r,5. ' " ... , , .... ,
' ,,, j.-,. rKhL When t.i su-n'.' c rr:e tj
Two aoeialty prominent Ametica.i hr l' i '
, , , . 4i r j-r( h:m he wa ra?t a.i hot ln-
of the early Londxi pean hai r-.-ieci.erti" , , -
lull ana a twiu iiniffi' i. i i- -
it In DosseoKion .f :'v la-'.J Tlu
Ur. Wh.ttemora belv -i.'s d -
. . . w - . V. .
Uia frfrel and also at the marriaae ofP'M D plr""' - -
Hi,, Mildred farter to Viwonnt Ache,,n. I plicated in the.r cear or r-m..te nf,f.tv.
will be art
Lady Tbeo Acheauo. a !ier .f iwreri j
Ache..n. a brni!7jii hi, la lv At he.soi ,
ill be a brtdema;d at ue wddinc
Tiie marnas vT Mm I'lri-r m firit
M f.jr June In London, b'ii rurror had it
ltly that thera a a hitch in the ar
rar.gementu over the financial ettment
damanded by the tilled (rrrxm-to-le.
Miaa Drexel's brideamaVl wUl he Miff
Rhoda Ahiey. daughter of twajer Uad
Ha;jni". and Miwa Conilaro Comhc.
daughter of Lady Constance Comre.
t'harlea Milla. a member of Pr'!ainnt,
will be Viscount Maidntone a" bt man.
Mrs W. Waldorf Aftors ritit here l
her r.rat In aeveral won?. W hrn ehe
auheit In 1ST she arranred a pantomime
and tableau for the benent of the pnot
coountalneera of Vircinia. The entertatn-
mant scored a Mshty fahknable ucce. J
Mra. Actor a youna vtter. Mra. Phiup.
whoa huaband. I miffht mention, ta not
related to the New York Phlppa family,
baa been living on an adjoining eetate to
the Aator manor near London. Another
aiatar ta Mm. Charles Dana Glbaon.
Mr. Julian McCarthy Little, who be
fore her drvorea lat autumn in P.eno wa
Mra. Henry Fplea Kip, haa been entertain
Ina; Newport with atortea of adventure
and deacription irathered by her atay In I
the mountains of California. I
Co rnel John Jac-jb A!or and h wi.
V.ncent- iil return to America it M.v.
I learn that Coloftel Acer will m:n:sit a
cottage at Newport and enie.ti.a 'at-lhl5-
dutins the wa.'on. This aeni-.a :o
uphold the cont-ntion that be will l-o.ie
the Artor arbiier of ecty oi thia fiJ .
Colonel Astor ha three fada: hs fjii.
eoiiety and hli automobilea. Ha i- Hl.e
wlre averae to nepaper photos
Mr. and Mr. Regina'd C. Yar.derbilt
were among the Tirtn of the rich Ameriran
to engage a private box for the Interna
tional Hura thow. bl(H nl open In Lon
don on June &.
The horae (ho iil attract many Amer
icana. The enu-iea ail! not c-Ioj until May
4. but among those who have already
nominated thoroughbred are Alfred G.
Vaoderbilt. Judge Wiliiam Hobart Moore.
C. W. Watson, Paul Sorg. Rkhard P. Mc
Gtann and Joseth W. Harrirran.
' f r-.a-r aw-'a f jct:--s or firm-f.-''
v ho m ;.i i - e t i - a - " a.. J mn o". : " r ;
I hivff neglected to reca.l. j
Ij-j r.a rt-rti v rr a e.-y r -
i. be ::.t d n u ar.1 t.- f. '
:P. t b'.im--e n'-ie i.t pun o-ar, xat.
' ri-'iT-at bas aitarc! f h ' i r
e or.-. T.ri l .-eetra' ;fc .d t
't r;. -t r:t, ,f vl-j hi n- at ' !' a .
ia r-r - . ' f rn-T n If t' nt It a.)
' -.e t m-t t. n-i t of tb- u.ct t- .-d
!-e to . r (re-a f- rr. it-
!d--. a - id t : e .-n;ri m ' a a ' tr '! t. y
-.rn t. the pub c t.r.t cori,.'. t : st rrvl.
T-e -corj rit of Mi -oj d be sn
t-ijo f.f terf-ct.i.i of f j:r.-r, bit 11
aliruixac brought to try d yr re-eit:y mv.
' h.t. arid un.Ttl'nl nairier. :h itnr-.f;
stortra tn- wees: fwi-e" Sj pi rpre
y 'jr'ei f .r a ! V nds of haat and did.
e: a .d d-y. aJ urn )ou mil, fel cW !v
aute-1 il e;l ar.d comfort a hy
d'-"---.! In ajiv erre-rE-ncv.
Te t"incinit.tl ciub women hi trr.-f
several suK-tion to l.iir publ c-r.-: .:f -1
f-tenda aaimx the geeitienv-n. w.rch. if
f.H.owed. wl:i trakx the c ty ciin ard 1
amokeieaa. We a- ere that ever :a:rg I
pc sioie will e dme fi.r our rmf rL
I The social function will be fw in num
; ber. as r-queeied by the tieneral Kedernt-on
bowrd. and will pr-J:ah.v be mentioned In
this number of the !-... n. Eitiimni
' ara In the nature of th.ne. not a lsrire
pirt rf the Cnnnit: offer r. aa their r
in Met on. The two e t c d.tlt-r lnstjnriily
a tn-r li p'iyoa.!,v. and we ate to ee
j toe hiii f Cincinnati and fr'n t!ie-n the
!ind ng Ohio nver and the h.lU of Km
tuikv. 1; be but a short time before you
.know abrni? the speakers HACh dcpattTient
I rhainnan I dee.rouji of having the tci
'1'jT her work, and abl be romr.attt'y :ert
' to oh. a n the t-et. Come a-'jd ee and h"r.
and I fur you thai you srill : t di
j anp"ittd Remember that toe -pint u
! br.ng ii tlie convention alii be tn. g
throocn which )wi will view ev?r;h.og
land wr.lch will color e-ery:htng oj e
j There are two po nts I wish to b-m to
; your aueniion: The pieasant ajrairce
j from the A rwhcui KeS-raton of Art ti,at
the word 'misleading" in the February
; number resiailed from a m iMjndersta nd .ng
jatuch is q,ur:e clwared aaay. The other is
. the dire to bring to the nouce of older
, member of the federation the sending of
j o'd document conct-riun the hior:cnl be
, gnninji of lv-is-4 to tlie bureau of in
I formation. Ore wa sent to me n-centiy,
hii-h a f.trwarded at onoe.
The ti-run biemnai will soon be of in
pat. May m inspiration lat through many
years to corre: Sincere'v vour-.
EVA PERRY M'XT.E.
b at te rate of crt a r I1;
Ja Cf n' rt cnib as f rtrieri .
on el.ct; 'n. !t 1 y r1- t
.-rt'r: th f' !t-s t'to
it i-ii"g t- a
f- -''-r : if.r
itm to 1 . NM
-f a '. h r : r r
d !-f.al. b- a f
Oh a men hir1
. 4a rrfn.Vi'
h. Instead of 1
At-mc-. IX. ;
, ..r i vv
of the r-rn-5tat-T
of : or
tao ..t f.,
ee v,.. In
a.ld.tfon. !' t a in rj ..5 m
mmberb'p ?!.a!l le f'.r tn-tit
l fit. be. one y ; f ir f fty r!,,hr.
i v.-t. s. ar.1 for c-i.b. thro vot-v
, . - t
1 V. o
Ia'. who T-Vri' to po a-r-ad f r an j
extend-d ta Mr. T P Iw.rni have
era.--- of t-. r-i--M- of tte a- iti--n '
on r.-t ir. . at tli. V i:- W.ii.'ti't
Chi-'ttan a .t ,..rt SI e w il be a.fi;ed ' "
b M- 1.1 rahrpi lftrt-.oo, irs. Co- sn ! V
aod Mr. Varv Mr-In..-h. at - Km-na ' Vi'''JT
lat:on of r.e I
Kp-ak f -Tin
,1 ri eqal( pol dental efrifi In tbe rut 4 die ttwl
I H!gtet trade dentistry at reasonable rrtca
. tt- r i .-.-I: - I... titiA ete trull X atl laatraa
nT.ri - r e ! tenUiKJ aiter taUot.
l.i ' : " f ................ i a tti v it I
1 illl.l r i.tirt a v.- -
' -j I nth aind rarauaaw Ista.
f t il. V
ir mt ri f o
'.!-. : r. a; I.t
Amorg the tori. that, w ill he on.-:.l. r-d .
) b the cown.-i of club y ,.lr-r t that w il
pre'-.-d the Cincinnati Fent.ia conentK.n
,"f th? G'-neral Federation a ill l The
' reiatw.ri cf natlofial organizatxma 1 1 the
j r.-oeral Kederati-.n." -'Affiliated organ .as -
tt' n. their privileges and their du-s." "lie.
vision of bylaws." "Tie offx-ia organ,"
"Suggestion for change of arrargemettt
in the organiiatfon."
Mr. Thomas Creh has been elrted
pnid-nt of tb local Association of Col
l g ate Alumna, succeeding Vr. P. E
The l;t i t .: d, ( "n"
"-! i 1 hi d it lat i
or'o-k. M-. M Larrf-'d. l-(idr Thi
ti w ,11 . I,-, the ear ovoire of tudy
h il ject of h(i ra' ' Korn ati n of
Nafw.al Story-Literatur r." M-s A P.
S- rrw r al l give a fanr. "T'.ie S,.--l
M,.. aa Mrs. Limit a a r-ow of
the y- at t r.ck. followed v a c ass di-cuu-ri.
T!- Society of Fine Art ho.ds Its meet ok
next Thursday rrornng Mr. John W.
G'-ifftth will be the leadi-r of the niomint;.
a led ty Mrs Waller Pase and Mrs.
, L Crt.foot. The artist to be presented
a-e Ary Scheffer, rati! I.-!a-,.rbe and
Health and Beauty Socrots
H MPS MF. ilkP.TTN.
" Laurie " tt week I referred
t t'.e new lari'or of .1rioe the rair.
a-il toll an annhois in.j'iuer w 'at 1 i d.
v t.en 'ie put aaav i-er i"if ii' n l
h . r
displayed much Interest in the engagement
of Miss Ludle Barret Llgon and Mr. Clin
ton Roland Maecarthney of Mobile. Both
rmmf neoole ara well known in Alabama.
Mra Little married her preaent , husband , tn Mobile was Misa Ligcm s home before
a few days after she had secured a di- j bfT p.nta. Dr. and Mrs. Greenwood Ligon. , Lcember aa a auTtable one. kiifs Chanotte
vorc from Mr. Kip. Then they went lntto j
came to thia city to
California, where Mr. Little owna gold i vt, I.ion is a granddaughter
mines. They became a now bound la the j Mr arid Mr Benjamin Tmple Barret,
tiorihern California mountaina and Intj,ho wer people of much social prestige
several eaciting week. . Vjrir.nlll in the ante-bellum days. Dr.
Mra. Little was formerly tbe pet of the j, j- . Misaissippian. bat resided for a
fashionable cottage settlement in Newport n,,mher of years in Mobile. Mr. Mac-
Toung. beautiful and rich, she waa a
leader In the fashionable younger set. he
aad ber huaband came can several weeks
ago and, afier spending some time In this
caty, bare gone to Newport.
' Thia summer will see the return of the
horse to fashion in Newport. Trie fashion
able driving houi 4 o'clock in iae afiei
Boon haa been restored to grace and
firor. For a number of years smart dxlT
Ing turnout -were scarce la the, resort
' owing to the prevailing attachment to
!. While the automobl' Lji lost none cf
Its prestige aa a fashionable conveyance.
, the carriage tem be i.t evidence fur at
least aa hour each day.
' The Rockefeller hare arrtvM from tha
oath and are once again installed at their
Pocantlco HUla eatate. John D. Rockefeller
keeps his West Fifty-fourth street residence
constantly tn readlneas for occupancy with
a corpe af aervanta. Thus it happens tha;
he sometimes spends a rnion of each dar
in New York and the bal.i-n. in Tarrytown.
Mrs. Ruaaell Page and Miaa Helen Gould
have become Interested In ta history of
their families. Whether they hope to find
nobility perched upon some ancent branch
of the family tree. I do aot know.
According to Prof. ranry Whit emare,
earth ney comes from one of the pioneer
Alabama families. He is the son of Mr.
and Mra Earl Maecarthney.
The wedding will be celebrated in June
In the old Barret homestead in Mobil, and
a number of New York and Washington
people will doubtless attend. .
One of the features of the art exposition
of tbe Cercle de TUnion Artlstlque la Parte
la a portrait of Mrs. Hugh Baiter Tevis,
or Mrs. A. Hart McKee, as she was.
Mra Tevis, who comes from an old Ten
nessee family, denies the report that she
will marry Pierre Deschampa She played
rolf with him at Cannes and roulette at
Monte carlo., out says ana, urn
A a engagement. Oh. dear no.
Amon2 the Women's Club
Prop-ami for Second and Seventh District Meetings of Nebraska State
Federation lira. Eva Perry Moore Sendi Message to Members of the
General Federation Work of the Library Extension Committee.
Mrs Francs D. Keef of Walii.'.l. chair
man of the library extension con.rriitlee
of the Nebraska Federation of Women s
Club, has made the following rep. rt:
La--t year there was some haxinesa in i!.
minde ot the f.ubl'4 aa to tbe purpoce ai d
meihods of trie Nebraska PudIk: Library
commiion. As tbia commisMon came into
existence through the initiative of the Ne
btaka Federation of Women's Clubs, we
have a perpetual duty toward it and a
legitimate Interest in a. I it actlviue. The
otn.ers of the (eueiauun have kept :n toucn
With the Commission lr.a haVM co1 on
The southern colony In New York has I the clubs bienmaaiy for assistance m the
matter oi tniereeung our legislators hltlore
the next cwli, however, we desire that every
ciub member may know how wortny of ojr
support is the commission. We ask every
cluo in the federation to set aside one day
on the calendar for as library I
day. and we augsest the first meetir.a of
reside several years i err.pieion. secretary of the comniissun
of I " memoer oi our commuiee. wiu
lurnihn matter to cluoa lor tnia program,
By our slate law every school in the
sure must be provided with a uorary.
The choosing of the books for these
libraries rest a with the teachers aad tne
school directors, who are aften unfit,
through lack of time, knowledge or train
ing, to choose wl.ely. Tbe li&rarr com
munion haa prepared lists of books suitable
to different schools and various grades, and
is glaa to send this to school auinoriuea.
The county superintendents have endeav
ored to spread the knowledge of thesw lists,
but calls for them have not been ao general
as It was hoped. Will not the cluoa heip
tne commiton to come in touch with tlie
aciiool authorities In this matter T An oc
casional note in the local paper with the
publication of a list of books is possible
with aimost every club, parents who wish
to add to the useful and entertaining num
bers of the home library will also profit
by the suggestions given in this way.
In towns where libraries already exist !
great good may be done In the aurround
Ing rural communities by loana ot books.
The FaU City library haa been a pioneer
in thia line of library extension, and clubs '
wiahlng to follow up the suggestions tuv
receive help from Mra Frank Keavls of
Faiia City. Neb. ( ,
By conference with the chairman of the j
art commutes m. plan haa been formulated 1
which, we hope, will prove a practical help !
to the cluba malting a atudv of art for the '
w hoid or a part oi the year'a work. The j
art eommltte-, co-operatir.g with the library '
commienun, haa worked out the detau'e i
and made the plana real. It is mentioned
in this report simply mat repetition may '
give wider publicity and greater einpnas !
The clrcuiar to the ciub oflictrs sent out
last year by Miss Charlotte Templeton !
secretary of the Nebraska library com- !
mission, contained an announcement of the !
pian for co-operation between the club pro- i
gram committees and the l.brary com,rii- i
aion. so that special loana rnig.it go out to
clubs to be kept as long aa ne"iod and an
offer of help ta planning the club programs
witn UbliograpLy for the same ' i
Believing that "not how miuiy books, but
how good." snould be the motto of a.l those
responsible for the libraries of our hnmes
school and towns, we ak the duns to !
oirect attention to a atudy of the choice of j
books. "There are good books for the hour
and good books for' all time."
FRANCES D. KEEFE.
Mr. and Mra Edwin Gould have re
turned home after a tour of the west. They
while in the southwest. I presume. Mr.
Gould took advantage of the opportunity,
to Inspect some of his railroad properties.
Mr. arid Mrs. William Watts Sherman
and thir daughter have passed out of their
period of mourning for Mrs. Sherman's
mother, the late Mra John Carter Brown,
and will arrive at their Newport cottage
for the season about the middle of April.
The return of the family to social gay
ties means much, especially to the younger
HE clubs of the Second district canon. Misa Flora Gregory -. Bancroft. Neb ;
f ui J , i"ia. . . .... - - '
anr I ot the Nebraska Federation will
1 I uold their annual convention
A I y?-.-i -1 nnl it at thai nnh-
lie library at South Omaha,
Tbe morning aesaion will open
at o'clock with the invocation by Lr.
heeler and Mrs. William Davidaon, dis-
' trtct vie president, wHI preside, Ta
' 1j Piano solo. Miss Georriana Tavis.
Address of welcome. Mra Bruce Mc
Cullocli of Pouth Ornaha.
-Respoiee. Mrs. J. R. Unruh of Blair
li ipaper. 'Education,- Mrs. Gtant
Williajcs of Omaha.
1 as Three-oinuie reports by elub presi-d-Pt.
U.li Keund TaW discussion.
1.3S Plane soio. Mr. Vietor Lytie.
Address by state president, Mra F.
t H- Cole.
1 Hu-Wnrk er the Visiting Nurse," Mils
Nan TAorsey of Omaha,
I .lii Tajk on art, Mrs, I. S. Leavltt of
2 S "Glimpses of Colonial Life," Mrs.
I Noah Perry of rhinde.
' l.o Vocal solo, Mra Fred Towle of
S.lt Paper. "Clvfl Servlct." by Mrs. N.
H- Neiaon ea OmaJia, lusi-usaion by Mra
Kdward Jofcuson and Mrs. F.uabeth Sedu-s
I a Aa trees by That riot Vice President
Mra William Datideon of Epimgfieid.
. iiuanneas seeeion.
The sfventh annual rotnenti.Mi of the
I Seventh district tf the -Nebraska Federa
tion of Women's Clubs will be held at
Waltfcill April 11. 15 and 1. The meeting!
will be held In the Methodist church and
the following program haa baeti announced:
THURSDAY KVtNTNG. iB.
Art talk. Mlustratid by ivies.
' umaos tustoms and lt genda, r.
kiMi liK thcotte.
Indian Late bog. Margie lh.liock.
KecfMkn to iniiiu and vieitom ten
sUied bv I': Wilson club of WalthilL
t"Rl.y koHM.NU, O CLOCK.
Call to td-r.
! Invocation. Key. Chaotell
oval moo. retevted, Mia. Alexander, Ran-
Neb-. Industrial. Mr H. L Haas,
Point, Neb.; Library Kx tension, Mra. knt.
Wulthlil. Neb : Literature, i Miaa Cora
Nevin. Laurel. Neb.
Vocal solo. letted, Mrs, Joeephins
Barnes. Fullerton. Neb.
Uajiery taik. Mrs. Anna Murey. Hastings.
FRIOAY EVENING. I OCLOCK.
Call to order.
Vocal aoio. selected. Mra Josephine
Barnes, Fullerton. Neb.
Addreas. Miss Charlotte Tempieton. see
tetary Nebraska Public Library comm le
mon. Lincoln. ?eb.
ViK-ai soio. selected. Mra Aleiander, Ran
Address. Mrs, F. H, Cj'.e, state prtal
deni, cm a ha
Trains gomg north: 11 a. m.. 5 -T p. m
Trains going sou'h; 11 p. nj. k U p. m.
Omaha Woman's club wiU hold its an
nual election of officers and election of its
delegates to the Cincinnati biennial, Mon
day afternoon. Another Important busi
ness matter will be a consideration of the
proposed amendments to the bylaws of the
General Federation of Women's cluba
which will be acted upon at the Cincinnati
biennial. Two of these proposed amend
ments are of more than minor importance.
Aa amendment to article VII of the by
laws provides that tbe dues of the State
Federation to the General Federation shall
Mrs. Kerfs. Wo-
.dre of weloom?
saan a ciub. W email.
Huporue, Mrs I Ho. Randolph. Neb.
Reiwi-t of dietrw-t ice pe.dent. Mra. O.
M -Needhaic. Alolua. Neb
I'lub report, inra mioul-a each.
iret!r.ta Irorn visittng oI'k-ra
Vucal "i, aeiected. Mra Alexander, Raat
do p n . Neb.
reports of committees: Civics. Mra A r
thiar froder Albion. Neb , houaehod
tixm-iniic. sirs bwanaon Oavkid N w. ,
lce-'-h. Mre, Suaan UiTlaciia i1oot,
11 jb Hox luacA served by Woman's elub
Letiinpiinuaiitary trout bJauMBss ansa vt Waiu
( rRIDAT A FTERNOON, S O'CLOCK.
; Cail to order.
i Vocal aie. Selected. Mrs. Joeepiiine
' aSemaaa, IrVilocxun, Nb.
f awiorts uf ooTiniiiiee: Clvfl ServLe,
,ALa, 1a Maiaw-uv AorfviU, Nt-i
Mrs. Evs Perry Moore has issued the
following measag to the members of the
General Federation of Women's Clubs:
The loyal co-operation of State preaiderats.
and tnrough them the loyalty of the state
Is shown in a remarkable manner thia
month In regartl to the o.uetio bianka
from the General FederSktion chairmen. Al
most ail have reepondad with great plea
sure in seeing thai this work Is carried
out. one saying sna would send telegTwma,
if neoaesary and see that her stavie re
ported accurately the fine work accom
plished. Those appointed to see to its ful
filment in their respective states have
piarned arcotnpanying circular and posts!
cards to fallow lha dilatory ones. TeAing
It ail in a-1. we are hoping ti.e expense
of time, tsLbor and money will oe a wave
eurr nrnrtkm to Uie "team work'' of stats
arid Gonerai Federauon.
Uueatiobs are coming in every mail oon
cermiut LR biennial: fchail we be per
miued to bring family and club friends?
What will the weather be in CincinneU in
May? Is ft true thavt Cincinnati is as filled
Uh coal biavck aa Ptttsburg ? e:nu we p. an
This lartitution Is the only ens"
In ike central sett with. sera;s
btHJings situkttrd la their own
avmyls grounds, yet entirely dia
tiiiCt anil readerlng it possible to
classify cases. Tha one building
being fitted for aad devoted to th
treatment ot ooaconusioua and
uonmental diseases, no other be
ln admitted. The other. Rest
Cottage. tiag designed for and
devoted to tha exclusive treatment
of select aseotai ui . requlrlag
for a tuns watchful cxu ana ap.
Cksck Your Fat
Hold il where It is. or take off soma
You can do either without disturbing your
Diejals sr your eae w or u.ttatie
organs. You caul so It without pLvaicni
riak, mental effort or oanger of a wrinkle,
"bounds weil. but these ere words omt"
you aay. 1 rue, but there la a nailoa full!
cf tiAO.'s Mil or these Words eu your pro-
teat while natural, ta feebie. Prove It. 1 1
Vjk it. . 1 l!,ni A I m .it b . . bl I, ! a
Ieroit, Mi n. inclosing cwnia, or better
attil take Uiat amount ever to your drug
gist and get one of tbe extra Iwrge ces
if Marino la Preemption Talleta. lou will
fuad U genervualy fi..d. las one after
tkoala and at beiltame, and within thirty
says yew should be losing a pouaj of tat
a aa, without distorbaooe. sat wa ssud. of
itiir yeur aneaJa, habits or ergeuaa. Fact
is. X.awe staicxiaobta axe wot to be denied,
for the ta-t-ieca mrm u eaaot dupiicaate of
LLe famous tat-re-iueias kinuiii f
oipun. Ore-hauf euakoe iMUajrnuiua, s
iuaoe Fiuid Litrect Cejai-wra Aswrtikia aad
I w sHincee pwppermint saiir !j h
druvaiat w'Jl you is V. KViwitVit
Wlbnaf 44 If a laaei. JLd a i
Ir. Ixivail. the prominent physician,
says: "I consider Pe Miracle the only
safe, sure end radical curs for tliat very
common and objectionable trouble, su- '
perfluous hair." better take a doctor's
advice: don't be dtrceived with fake free
tresuneaLa. Poutonoua, worthiesa concoo- i
iiuoe m.n oanaernua, oeaioea. after vr.u
be harder to re- i
io it will
hat used th
uee tr.e h
Ie Miriacie la sold by fiherwian A Vo.
jConneil Irug Co., Ith aad liooge lit a, and
uiw iwi a i ua nui ana llsJ-ney to t a..
nd ail other good a tore a, liookiet free in
piain aeaieal envelope by tt,e l-e Miracle
Cham. Co, Lft lfti, lt) para ovenue
kaar fraaw atai aert m
sate iw al
eaisw m4 rliau
"TTV "jw Una Uwla S.l.ee
Msdarne Joscclilrie Lc fcTix.
- .. iSMlaaaleelSk.rkMaea.rei
Bu.4 tf ar-Aii-a Imm aim Uig fa.
that arc St!h
must be gloves that fit:
fine appearance depends
on a. Perh-ps you hive
despaired of getting silk gloves
that looked wefl as long as they
lasted; if sa you do net know
the wonderful quality of Fownes
TGd Fining Silk Gloves best for
64 yejs in Europe and America,
Try them this summer they cost no
more than ethers.
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Double tips, of course; name in the wrist and a Guarantee
. iHle braid A al t'e W(:-.n an r.
' 1oterete-i in t hi er hr I in- I v t.l r- -j
p.'at tt e recir.e for roakitig intiine l.w-r
ionic tiat I gave. iet fi-ioii ur drt.-
git one pnnrv of ciTJinsoin. i1t..'He 1t l'i
pint of aioohol and add S pi-t or
ci.ld water if on wul geritty ruh tin
; o jirimn tonic In the a!vi sod rvt i-f
: tne hair ofice (-r iwici a w e... oh n
find the Iritn ml not only ref rehmii.
t but Invigorating and nourishing it re-
?tore tte hiir snd scalp to a liali-.v
, condiTton and keer it healthy. Qii-ni o:.
, i .ln.t eMendld tir prekenting d.n,lrnlf
-and imtnt:.n t'f the .aip and its regular
ne w-ili ii'tp vour ha-r t rton co-tut. c inn.
it pi:t 1 fe lntu t ne hair and heiK'-.tena iw
I It natural .-olor. althoiich it wi not
I chance it. It keep the hair fire aim
J M. S : You aay you are unahle to
: find a face powder that w-ili protect your
j complexion from the winj T.u tan loaKe
an inexpensne con,rle-ion wao at ho-nu
I HiSt i Jar siiTeni'r to any v-.w.ier. ti.r
It will not ruh off. Mreaii ' ciwi t'e
1 pores of the skin, ttet torn your iJrup
j Kit 4 oum esi cf rurn..ix and di-vole it
in Xs pint 'f h't wale', abiding 2 Xn
upoonfuis of glycerine Thl ii'tmn will
mske your tlow and oily win lo- K fre.i
and vuthrut. It i wniemn-l lo for :
I pimple, tan, freckles and coid or . for
j It keeps th complexion solt. smooth and
v rl vty.
) Mr A. V : You are not alore In your '
I misery Spring always find tnousnmi
-of women who sre troul-ied wttn nut'er
j fuoiia fleii gained during the Inactive 1
j life of winter. Her 1 a simp. ant ,
harmles remedy thst will not only slop !
the arcun.ulation of flesh, but w ill re-.
il that w-lll cauee hsir to tr-
tviiinc. apply with th fingers
-t reniein for s minute or two, S"d
'ut re-itly with the f.nger H will
' dirt and grime eut of tbe skirt
t.oro'ighlv rlunw 11 pore. In
i f tan. ireckle. cbapped face tc
and itt remain for a few hour
J T : Tel mut r.ot expect too
from th kardene tonic I gave you
tec-pe for a ye;ir ago. Ton sa it
i .. ..-.i ,,,u Ian spnng. but that you are
ri.(fi ring f-um th sain "tired out " lan
s i4d fe.-.i-g now and that your compix
i,.ti sallow and spotted with ptTnpla.
i i-u ae Tri'bahly one of the million of
pHipi.. w no need a iotiIc every sprier to
fur t - ti e tem and rid th bio. d of
lnpurito acuniuiated during t h wlntr.
ii t.- oe Jiv inuor inn rat icio
' . ... . . V. i
ntictl Hi-Ml ana iw iri eseti'e
fnitn ..i:r It )gg1t on onrrr of karn.
ii-i x it with 'j cup of sugar and V pint
cf M'.-oh.il. arsi add nouah w atr to make
a f ill .jti.ft Take on tsblesfoctiful five
minuter twfor each rnrtl and before re
tirit g Th s lrxpen.lv tonic will do
arum w st It d:d f"r you lat v ear. It
I'jr fir ! Mwtl and vour ptmplee arol
urly i loii he will so.n disipesr. It
aieo set beneficially uion the stomsra
and lir and streng-.heris and builds up
tlie entire sytem.
I.. S : If yo-i think eve gles istrset
from vour appearance, why on't yon try
to do" without tr."n7 You can make aw
eye tonic that will strengthen your ys
n,l helo t ien If they sr dull snd llt-
t-re ea-uy ana sre
tnrlired te be-
rot" inflr.ineii. Jut rt from yeur drng
K i an in ri-t of crvstes snd dissolve it
in s p n' of wster. This eye tome will
not n.ar or burn. It Is tired bv ntsny
eocietv intl snd actresses whose eye
sight 'is po-fet.. but who wish to mak
their eyes bright snd sparkling.
duo your weight if you are too fat. Just
i get trorn your druggist ourc-es i l par-
I si.tis. oowlu it in a tint of hot water -varitv Fair." Don't c)n It ags n. Thst
I snd take a table-poonf ul before ea h , fn trouhln with most soaoa and ready-
ir.si. i nav a triend who -takes off nrenind rhampoos and you can
ihout ten pound a few weeks every -i, iis. t streak In
i spring with parnotis and
; feeia better for doing It.
she says aue
. Kid Pitti no v
w a boat
A BRAVDEIS H.xT
IS a cnowxiNo
TOt'CH OF ELEGAXCK
TO A FASHIONABLE
Klla W.: The large pores and black
I head that cause you so much embarrass
j ment are probably caused by ihe use of
face powder. Almoaoin cream leilv t
: the best remedv I know for clearing' the
skin of blackhead, large pores und those
little skin pimples that are so am.ovinv.
lou ran mak it yourself. tiet frtmi
your druggist one ounce of almoxoin. n.'.x
It with I teaspoonful of giyrerine and
add H pint of water. 5ttr briskly for a
few minute ar.d let stand over night.
Toti cso u this safely either as a tnui.
. sste or cold cream. a. It contain no fat
vou can c-iame
vour beir tr your
mistaka. If vou want to restore life and
color to vour iry. auu mn I'luu. n....
sosniroo with carthrox aad use aulnttom
bir t inlc. When ready for your shsmpext.
1ut Siolve a teaspofinful of cacthrog
in a cup of hot water and proceed as y ow
enujd with any nllfr ah.ampoei. It lath
es freelj-. cleans th heir snd avail
t-oroiighlv and relieves Itching head It
rir-e ..uicklv snd leaves the hair bn4tt,
soft and fluffy You can get a oanthrott
ilirrvio st slmost sny bairdresajr.
bat the cost is only a trifle wrhen taken
? home For making auir.sotn hair tonic
eee answer to -nme iu..".
Read Mrs Msrtyn s Book.
TOU HE-Jl IT
THE MOST STCJiAIXG
SrKIXG HATS IX
OMAHA ARE ERAXDEIS
tunning New Hats
For Late Spring and
Early Summer Wear
A Showing of Elegant
evv Patteriv Ha.s a 20
a, was wasr as eVe w
Tbe newer styles for early summer as
shown at Brandei3 are by far tbe most
bewitching styles of the season. Mostly
in thoe large, graceful shapes of na
tural color straw with trimmings of
flowers and large lace bows. All have
that chic metropolitan ff jv at
touch that you find S fl
only in Brandeis bats waLefirJ Lr
WOMEN'S HATS IN BESEI.IENT at $2.50
Brandeis Smart Millinery
ia Graceful Styles at 5
There is only one store that can show
strictly fashionable hats that sell at a
price as low as $5. Smart, new styles
for practical spring rear many black
hat3 for middle-aged ladies scores of
designs for daily wear
others would ask $10
SPECIAL SALE UNTRIMLIED HATS, IN BASEMENT
All this spring's styles and trimmings black and all colors
up-to-date hats in our enlarged basement $050 j
section, at '. J basement, at
All the newest shapes in natural and colored straws many
are worth as high as $1.50 all ready to trim Cffc 7 C
Women's Apparel for Spring That is Fashionably Correct
Tliis store is equipped as no other store in the west can be to supply the wants
of women of fashion. Our styles are absolutely correct. "VTe show the new ideas in
advane? of any other western house.
MONDAY WE SHOW SEVERAL HUNDRED HAND-TAILORED SUITS.
These suits are tbe latest novelties in exquisite tailored wear. They are copies of the
newest early summer French models made of new worsteds and best quality sergesj
styles that are apart from (j!C
the ordinary, at
NEW ARRIVALS OF OUR "FASHIONSEAL" SPRING SUITS.
Thesere all new ideas, many of which are to be seen for the firrt time Monday in tbas
exclusive line. The new light wood '2
shades predominate, at
We especially mention some stunning mxc models in- tfir$e-piece 8V.it. Then
are the most recent creation of Freich Jisijmrs. Miny are tamvle iuiU ni ti
styles cannot be duplicated. TLey are very speedily priced for Monday.
STUNNING NEW SILK SUITS FOR SPRING WEAR.
These suits have coats in the jacket length. They are very smart this season made of
Rajahs and Shantungs, at $35 2ld Tip
Also the new white serges and a fine showing of linen jacket suits, at $10 $12-50
$15 and tip to $30.00
THE PRETTIEST NEW LINGERIE AND WASH DRES3ES.
Smart, summery frocks many linen and silk dres-s the prettiest and newest spring,
models, in all shades and all sizes many different design.-, $10, $15, $19 to $50'
BEAUTIFULLY TAILORED COATS IN THE NEW 1910 MODELS.
These are full length, coats in medium weight targes blue, brown, cream and tan ool- '
ors, also new 6teel grey silks, suitable for all occasions, at -..$10 and op
Special Sale of Linens
500 yard: of all pure Irish linen table damask, full
bleached, GGo value very LC
special, at yard ....... w C
$1.39 quality pure Irih linen satin damask, full two
yards wide, all new CaQ
patterns, at, yard aOC
7-i72-incli pure German linen pattern cloth?, hemmed
ready for use -$2.25 $169
values, each a
100 slightly-soiled pattern cloths values rrp to $4
nearly all lengths,
V-ea -. - 44- r V ftltMIMH
Every Smart New Style
Low Shoes for WomefA
You do not sacrifice comfort for style wiienLyou
select shoes at Brandeis.
We bhow by far the widott variety cfEoart, low '
slux'ti In Omaha, but every last is designed; to giro '
comfort as weil aa grace and elegance.
Women ehoes that are ultra smart and" thoroughly
practical. Our ieHal is a splendid $TJ53
group, tha Lett value in Oxruifca fnr . . T,
New arrirfcla la Oxfords tiwj and ankle strap pnmpa
efcpOfifllia ftt evaseweee. waaaaewe m eaa .P3S0
Onr Beach Made Khoe for Women ar without aa
CJTial, at we r ea . f-s .
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