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TIIK BKK: OMAHA, Fit N) AY, MARCH 21, 1913.
STYLE SHOW MODELS LEAYE
Motion Pictures of '
the Dewey Hotel
' Fire Prohibited
Midst Slcct and Storm They Entrain
for Dear Old Broadway.
HAND OUT ROASTS TO THE MEN
THE WORLD FAMOUS VIOLINIST
New York Citv, February 5, 1913.
Messrs. Chickerinc & Sons,
It is a pleasure to speak of the lovely tone of the
Chickcrinp & Sons' Piano, which with its round,
rich, pliable quality blends with that of my violins
to perfection. An art and a craft brought to such a
superlative degree as that in the creation of Chick
eriug Pianos, reflects credit upon the ambitions of
To the Chickering Piano, internationally known,
I extend my congratulations.
j Cordially yours,
(Signed) EUGENE YSAYE.
Sole WoHtcrn Dlstributcra of the
Famous Clilckorlni: l'lnno.
r " QU'""'"1'1
Don't l.lkr (lie llluM O'clock Clou.
ItiK l.ntv, lint Say (lint They
flrrntly Admire Women
of Thin tit).
By MELLIFIOIA. Thursday, March 20, 1913.
NK of our Oninlia society women carrlca an umbrella which la al
moHt as costly us thoy corao, although It docs not look It.
I g Sho took It with her to tho railroad station thd othor day
when seeing a friend off, and not wishing to bo burdened with It
further In tho balmy day, conceived tho Idea of checking It and calling
for it on tho morrow. Only 10 cents to unload tho umbrella!
Out, alas, she forgotl And whon oho called for It a weok tutor thoro
woro 70 cents charges. It Is said there was great hesitation whether to
take tho umbrolla out or not, but tho familiarity of an old friend won.
What tho umbrolla would havo boon worth if It had remained in tho
depot check room a few wcckB, or a fow months, Is tho problem sho Is
Wlille the wintry winds blew the slrct
Into the crevices of their Madonna blfce
and Nell roso hats, melted and trlcklul
In pretty colors down the stalks of tholr
Numldl feathers and found lodgment In
tho buckles of their low-heeled shoes, in
the folds of their Bulgarian blouses and
tliroitRh the rifts where silk hosiery
peeped through the Imported Jiving models
who have performed dally at the Hrandtis
spring opening waited for their train to
Noo Vawk Thursday night.
Despite the sleet and wet they -were-
dry, somo of them oh, so dry. "What's
tho Idea In this S o'clock thing?" asked
one. "My Idea of no time at all to close
tho cabarets n nil cufus, and, you know,
the other places. Is 8 o'clock. That's Junt
tho time when little old Broadway wakrB
tip, and, believe me, It's back to Urojdr
way for mine."
Several men who had been trying all
week to Bet a view of the models at
the Hrandels stores without success were
at tho depot to see the paradoVparade
out. The new spring street suits Inter
ested them and on the car and at the
depot came their first chance to got a
look, tho women shoppers nl tho stores
having occupied front rows and places
and hidden the view by their" hats.
"Tho worst part about these style
shows Is promenading before tho men,'
said one of the models. "There are nl-
way a few who lmng around every day,
stand on tlptoo at tho fringe of tho
crdwd and laugh. Wo can't hoar their
remarks usually, but we can feel them
and know that what they're talking about
Isn't tho pretty hat or clothes. The re
marks we sometimes aro able to hear al
ways contain tho word "shape" and onco
the other day 1 heaid one say. "Ilasnt
she ii pretty necjk? llow'd you llko to
Mle 117" t
'The women at the stylo shows aio
alwayt) nice. They aro there for a pu;-
poso and while very ciltlcul, wo ulwus
like to show thoin tho clothes and how
to wear them. Omaha women aro not us
critical as women of some other cities.
I'll be glad to come buck next spring,
provided some of thoso men havo died
In the meantime"
Suffragists Favor Removal.
Action of the alumnae of the Vnlvcrslty
of Nebraska who attunded tho meeting
of tho Douglas county alumnae held In
tho council chamber of tho city hall hut
evening, dashed to pieces all 'statement
that a woman doca not change lier rnltiO
after she' has settled down to fight on
ono proposition. It la said "ones a sue
frngottc, always a suffragette." When
tho meeting came to order last evening
there were present several' former wo
men students of tho university;' thoy wove
In a militant mood nud stood with Mrs.
Ada Atkinson .against removal of ttw
state Institution to the stuto farm. Whui
a vote was taken on a resolution endors
lag the removal plan und standing bu
hlnh the regents theso same women votel
eolldly In tho affirmative swinging clear
around In their Views.
Tho wedding of Miss Athlyn Buries,
daughter of Mrs. W. II. Buries of Mil
waukee, Wis., and Mr. Victor Hugo
Kchllchlng or Omaha, will take pluco
Wednesday, April 9, at the home of the
bride, at 253 Twenty-sixth street.
Mr. Eugene Pchllchtlng of Omaha,
brother of the groom, will be tho best
man, and Mrs. II. U, Hchllchtlng, mother
of the groom, will be among the out-ot
town guests from Omaha,
Mr. and Mrs. Hchllchtlng will make
their homo In Omaha.
Miss Huth Uudley, Miss Louise. North
rup, Miss I.oiiIbo Ucdwell, Miss Margaret
MUrHhull, Miss Clara Junes, Miss Helen
Lilian and .Miss l.ulu Mao Coc, who at
tend the Nebraska university at Lincoln
havu returned homo for the Easter vn
cation, and were guests of honor hi
kenslugton given by Miss Grace Ituhr
bough this afternoon. The guests were
members of the Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority und Included, besides the guests
J. K. Morrison,
J. K. Spencer,
I raPfi I
Moving pictures of the Dewey hotel
fire, being shown at some of the moving
picture theaters, have been prohibited by
the Social Service board because they
giossly exaggerate the loss of life and
the number Injured In the catastrophe.
"We think It Is not right for these pic
tures to bo si)pwn here," said T. V.
Sturgess, chairman of the Social Servlco
board. "They must necesarlly be fake
pictures, as no pictures were taken of the
fire while the rescue woik was gclng on.'
In one theater the board found a bciisu
tlonal reel being shown, depleting a great
building on fire and men and women
Iraplng from the windows and dying on
Will Bring Alleged
Crooks Back to Omaha
Police detectives left yesterday for
Dcs Moines to bring back F. T. Slmnis
of IJcs Mollies, "Scarface" Jack Conner
and "Duddy" rtlchnrdson. nllas Harry
Mc.MnilU", both of Omaha, and Charles
Hlldcbrand of St. Joseph. The four were
arrested Tuesday by tho Des Moines
authorities upon a suggestion sent by the
Omaha .police to , watch tho movements
After the arrest was mado Illchardso'i
waq found to have a bullet wound In his
shoulder and It Is presumed that he Is
one of the men that tried to hold up
Cyrus Bowman and was put to flight
when Howmau responded with the con
tents of a revolver.
DENIES RUMOR OF NEW
Fine Arts Society '
Tho Omaha Society of Kino Arts hoi
Its annual business meeting In tho lect'iro
room of tho public library Thursnay
morning. Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smltn
was elected president for tho coming
year, Mrs. Warren Illackwcll Iltst vice
president, Mrs. William H. Garrett sec
ond vice president, Mrs. John McDonald
secretary and Mrs. K. A. Morsmun treas
urer. Tho following wcro elected chun
n'tcn of committees: Mrs. J. P Pulnuv.
program coilimltteo; Mrs. L.. l' Crotoot,
membership committee; Mrs. Leonard Ev
erett, courtesies committee; Mrs. Charles
T. Kountxc, exhibition commutes; Mr.
Wnrd Burgess, auditing committee; Mrs.
Lowrle ,Chlds, publicity committee, ana
tho membcrs-of the executive commutes
uro Mrs. A. W. Bowman, who will scrvp
for three ytnrs; Mrs. W. O. Urc, two
years, and MVs. A. V. Jefferls, ?ne year.
A Life Sentence
of suffering with throat and lung trouble
Is quickly commuted by Dr. King's Now
Discovery. COo and 11.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.-Advfertlsement.
Humors to tho effect that A. 1 vlck
roy, superintendent of the Colorado divi
sion of the Union Pacific, is t'i become
general superintendent of the entire sy
tcm havo been set at rest by President
Mohlcv, who stutrs that tho rumors are
absolutely without foundation. Accord
ing to Mr. Jlohler, neither Mr. Vlckrov
nor uny other person Is being considered.
On the Union Pacific there is no otruo
of general superintendent. When the tJ
orKaulzutlou occurred and Charles Wars,
then general superintendent, was pro
moted to general manager, the office of
general superintendent was abolished. It
has never been recreated and according
to President Mohlcr It Is not ilkcly that
It will be.
An Extraordinary Easter Sale of Over 800
Women's and Misses' New Spring
Made to retail at $30, $35, $40 and
to $45 at
They're tlit entire sample lino of .Joseph C. Luntz & Co., New York City,
which we secured at a tremendous sacrifice and offer to you at the same
groat ratio of saving.
A Great Opportunity to Save
on Your New Easter Suit
See Friday Evening Papers far Particulars
JUoul Prompt and Kffretnnl Cure for
1 1 nil Co I lis.
When you have a bad cold you want .a
remedy that will not only give relief,
but effect u prompt and permanent cure,
n remedy that Is pleasant to take, n
remedy that contains nothing Injurious.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all
theso rciiutrementH. It acts on nnturo'J
plan, relieves tho lungs, aids expectora
tion, opens tho secretions and restores
the system to a healthy condition. This
remedy has a world-wild sale and uso.
and can always bo depended upon, for
bale by all druggists. Advertisement.
Key to the Sltuntlon nee Advertising.
Make It a Jewelry
The largest and swollcst line of
R 'inestone Slipper Buckles,
Pins and Hat Pins
New and up-to-date Novelties
for your selection.
C. B. Brown Co.
16th AND FARNAM.
NEW SERIAL BY
THE POLSOX BELT" Etjlnj tolbi pill
No on tt'. 1 5 cents c copy. $ 1 .50 a y sir
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kuncl enter
talnrd at dinner Sunday at their home.
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Kuncl.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kuncl.
.Mr. and Mrs. O. Kuncl.
Mr, and Mrs. J. J. I.lbal.
.Mr. and Mrs. O. Slstna.
Mr. and Mrs. M, Foral.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Semlns.
Mrs. 1-ena Kuncl.
Victoria Kuncl, Hose Klama.
Charles Kuncl, William Koral,
Italph Foral, Frunkle Slatna.
Meeting of W. wTciub.
Mrs. U H. Scott entertained the W. W.
club Wednesday afternoon. Kaster dec
orations were ised. In tho contest which
followed ' the refreshments Mrs, George
Swoboda, Mrs. (Joorge Hampton anil
Mrs. Lt. Oldfleld won the prises. Indi
vidual Kaster souvenirs were given to
each guest. At the next meeting April 1
with Mrs. Charles Urucnlg the annual
election of officers will be held.
Triangle Club Entertained.
The members of the Triangle club were
entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mlsa
Kuby Anderson. Those present were:
Wlnrjinnj. Antrim llalnn
I Gladys Allan. Kmlly Hpuska.
, Margaret lloffmun, Annabel Sinclair,
' Helen Hutehlns, Florence Hatohman.
Clara Hoffman. Unleya Moran,
Esther Dennett. Helen Peycke.
Penelope Hamilton, Margaret McCortncy.
May Uelsler, Uoldlo Alplrn.
Mrs. Hardin Hean will entertain at .in
Kaster party this evening at her home In
lonor of her cousin. Miss Marguerite
Clark of New York. An Kaster egg hunt
will form one of the amusements and the
table will have an elaborate Kaster cen
terpiece with rabbits and Kaster novel
ties. The place card will be Kaster eggs
and ten guests will be present.
j Miss Ksther liyrne will entertain at
i bridge Tuesday evening for her guest.
Miss Emma nalllarseon of Seattle, Wash.
' Wednesday evening 'Mlsa Carolyn Cong
) don will entertain for Miss Uyrne's guest.
I In and Oat of the Bee Hive.
Miss Amy Ollmore has returned from a
i visit with Miss Marola Perkins In Fro-
Miss Henrietta Itrash of Koekport, Mo.,
Iwho hus spent the last month here, the
guet of her cousin, Mrs. C. II. Klrsch,
left Tuesday for her home.
, Miss Inex Uonnell xpeets to leave next
,wHk for Spokane, Wash., to make let
home and until she departs will be fie
guest of Mrs. Klchard Skaukey. MUk
lionnell's mother. Mrs. I A. Uonnell. Is
already at Spokane and for the present Is
making her home with another daughter.
Mrs. C. B. Add"
Nrhranknns nt the HotrU.
J. A. Johnson of Auburn and Charles
Fletcher of 8cott's Bluff havo regis
tered at tho Loyul.
F. H. Marshall of York. J. K. Ilrady of
Lincoln and Charles Uaker of Fremont
are nt the Millard.
J. J, Hulllgun of North Platte and K.
J. niekey of Plattsmouth have taken
rooms at tho Henshuw.
W. lt. Tenflro of North Platte. 'J. A.
Thcls of Polk. W. A. Hatten of Fuller
ton and A. A. Watson of Plalnvlew arc
staying at tho Paxton.
Q. M, Moater of Plalnvlew, Joseph C.
Cavanaugh of Waterbury, U. A. Davis
of Peru and H. F. Peterson of Genoa ore
guests of the Merchants.
Ocorgo Keorney Is boss of the bill post
ing business In Kansas City Just ns ho
used to bo In Omaha. '
James K. Kclby, for many years rlth
the Uurllngton law department, Is prac
ticing his profession out at Los Angeles.
Harry Cartan Is located in business in
San Francisco, InclGfimy with a largo
line out to tho pineapple Industry In
Hawaii, which Is making him und his
associates rich. ,
Frank Oebhardt, who used to bo with
the People's store, Is located In. Balti
more. Bond P. Geddcs has transferred his
activities as a newspaper reporter to the
Easter Hats at $10
Friday and Saturday Only
of tailored and
Dress Hats for
Easter, Friday and
Saturday only, at
We are doing fine,
"YE are selling suits and overcoats
to the men and young men of
L Omaha at $16.50 and $25.00
ft " -
aiiu saving iiicui nuiii pj.ou
to $5.00 on every suit or overcoat
Our light running expense allows us to do it.
Make This Store Your Store
203 South 15th Street
BAKING POWDER TESTS
MADE FROM ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS
TAKEN TWO MINUTES AFTER MOISTURE WAS APPLIED
Nowhere else in
.Omaha will you
find such an en
trancing exhibit even at double the prices we
are asking. j
The selection is exclusive
original, dainty and refined
REMEMBER theso lints are the very latest creations in
tailored ami dress models and aro built on the now
smart linos which will bo so popular this coming season,
and last but not least, whereas these hats were made to
sell at $15, our special price for Friday and Sat- Cf A
urday only, will bo
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co.
NOTE tho nnevenness of
tho contents; also the
small amount of leavening gas
from tho height tho powder
has risen in tha glass. The
residues from theso powders
YOU will also note the
small amount of leaven
ing gas here; also the sedi
ment in the bottom of glass,
which is a solution of Rochelle
Salts. About 80 per cent, of
this powder used is left in the
food as Rochelle Salts. Ask
your doctor about constant
dosing with Rochelle Salts.
NOTE here the amount of
leavening gas by the vray
the powder has risen over the
top of the glass. Note how
light and fluffy it is; also how
even the grain is. This test:
proves CALUMET has a
great amount of leavening gas
that it is gradually and uni
formly given off. It leaves no
This Proves the Wonderful Leavening Qualities the Purity the
Economy the Superiority of
Ask Your Grocer Insist on Calumet.
?CEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS, World's Pure Food Exposition,
Chicago, 111., 1907; Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912.
From one-fifth to one-third of
the business of the bigger Omaha
stores comes from out of town
That is the statement made in reply
to the question asked ten of our lead
wife from Co
lumbus w h o
came to town the
other day and
spent $85 in our
The Omaha Bee
has It's own carrier tie
livery in ttie larger towns
did she spend it? Why in the stores
she knew, of course. But she had
never been in an Omaha store before
what does she know about Omaha
storest She reads The Bee every day
and she knows all about our stores.
She knows those that advertise regu
larlythe others sho can't possibly
know about. These are not all "big
stores either. It's "the regular adver
tiser that gets this immense volume of
It's continuous advertising that pays
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