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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1913)
THE WK OMAIIV. WhDVKSPAY. A PHIL in,
Her Engagement Announced
No Matter What Price Yom Wish to Pay, You Can Find Satisfaction
Here in the Better Qualities, the Wider Varieties and Newer Styles in Each Group of
Women's Untrimmed Hats for Mid-Season
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ECONOMYthat's ono thi,,B yu aro
' looking for in these days
of hich living cost Calumet insures a wonder
ful saving in your baking. But it docs more.
It insures wholesome food, tasty food uniformly raised food.
Calumet is made right to sell right to bake tight. Ask
one ot the millions of women who use it or ask your grocer.
RECEIVED HICH EST AWARDS
World Pur Food Exposition, Chlcato. IIL
Paris Exposition, Franc, March, 1812.
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Tuesday, April 15, 1913.
WITH tho exception of several Interesting engagement aiinpunce
monts, Bocioty Is practically at a standstill. . .
Mr. and .Mrs. Frank C. HolUngcr announce tho engagement
mont of their daughter, Miss Mario Holllngor, to Mr. John
Livingston McCaRue, Jr. Uoth younR people are prominent in collego and
Miss Holllnger attended Wcllesloy collego after flnishinR at tho
Omaha HIrIi school, and specialized in Instrumental music.
Mr. McCaRtio attended tho Omaha High school and Amherst collego.
He Is a member of tho University and Happy Hollow clubs.
Tho wedding will tako placo In tho fall.
Several younc women and men who as
Hlsted last week with relief work nro
now rehearsing for the, benefit perform
ance of "Sleeping lieuuty." Last even
Inc Keveral young people, rchearned the
minuet nml the HiiMlan ilancn ut the
atudlo of Miss Isabel r.owdeii. Cleary
Hannlghen will tuko the part of the
The members of the PhkhIco club were
entertained at cards Saturday evening by
Miss Helen HwanbcrK. IIIkIi five whs
played and prises won by Mlsa lio i
Dixon, Mr. Joe. Huna, JIIrs Helen Swiii
betg and Mr. Kugcne Jlsy. Those 'U-scnt
Frances Mulholland, Mnrlo NorKiird,
Kkttierino Tunnlson, Hose ulxon,
RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE
OMAHA WOMAN'S CLUB.
O. C. Slauchter,
H. J Jaske,
D. D. Callahan.
1 V.I IUi Kwiinherg,
Mrs. Irving M. Klson entertained nt a
miscellaneous shower this afternoon nt
her home In honor of Mha Kay Thorne,
Those present were:
Fay Thome, Ruth Klshor.
Irene Iucas, Kthel Muyne,
Kdlth Lease, IuIhi Oregg.
Jess Rogers, Vmil Hnven.
J II. Good, 3. It, Knettle,
J. Bmlth, Linton Uooiey.
For the Future.
The Sixty-two club will entertain at a
dancing party Saturday evening at Cham
bers'. Thursday evening La Balle club will
entertain at a dancing party at Cham
bers'. Eobertson-Willard Wedding.
The wedding of Miss Ruth Wlltftrd,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wlllard,
and Mr. Hugh C. Roburtson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. N. Robertson, took place
Naturday noon at Uncoln at the resi
dence of Rev, A. U. Wcutbcrley of the
Methodist church. The wedding does not
come us a complete surprise, to friends
of the young couple, although tho event
was planned to take place In June.
The bride was graduated last June from
the Omaha High school and has Hpeut
last year teaching school. Mr. Robert
son Is also a graduato ut tho Omaha
High school and was graduated from
both the Stata university at Uncoln und
the Crelghton Law school, and Is at pres
ent practicing law with his father.
Mr. and Mrs, Robertson nro at tho
Mrs. Frank I. Haller entertained at a
matinee party Monday afternoon at the
Orpheum to see Sarah Hernhurdt. In the I
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MRS, C W. 1IAVU3,
T. A. FRY IS TREASURER
OF THE COJVWERCIAL CLUB
Thomas A. Fry baa been elected (reas.
urcr of tho Commercial elub, to succeed
John Htecl. The executive committee
unanimously voted Fry Into tho offlco
nt tho weekly meeting. John Steel has
resigned to lenvo Omaha for his ranch
In Idaho, whero ho Intends to live.
rcrslstent Advertising Is the Road to
MISS MARIE HOLLINOBR.
TWO FIREMETARB INJURED
Fall Through a Hole in Burning
HALF DOZEN NARROW ESCAPES
JIpii nml Women l,eii Twenty Feet
tit I'livenierit Hsenie I'lnine
Whlc li 'l lirenten Wlmle lllock
on Thlrteriith Street.
Two firemen wero Injtlicd, one seri
ously and half a d.e.i pern him 'Ivlns
over tho James Kopp naloon at I00J Soulh
Thirteenth wtrect rWkcd their lives when
they Jumped twenty feet to the ground In
order to escape flames that for u whll,)
threatened to sweep hnlf a blooic of
property. Just tifore 3 yeatcrdny morn
ing. William Recso of truck three fell
through a hole In the flooring of the sec
ond story, receiving n dislocated shoulder
And a fracture, of his right nrm. Harney
Hahn of tho same fire company fell
through tho snniu hole a moment after
ward, but saved himself by clinging to a
burning rafter. His Injuries nro slight.
An Italian woman whose mime could
not be karni'd made a hammock of n
bed sheet und fastening It to n blanket,
dropped her 3-year-old bubo into the arms
of a neighbor. Sho then Jumpnl twenty
fcot to tho sidewalk, nllghmi! linln-Ju-
ed. Peter West Jumped .hut Iwfort
her. While thq fire whs rugln,: furiously
in the second Bto-y and eijli'i.m be
lieved that all of tho sleepers hud been
aroused, four men appeared at windows
and bunging on Jic sills for a moment)
dropped In rapid succession.
Tho flro orlglnntcd In tha rear of the
Kopp saloon and burned up th-.)iii;li the
celling lulu tho sieving qu irt.rj of kv
eral families. It then spread hli re
marknble swiftness to th. Metropolitan
Importing company, a groo r firm m
an adjoining bull.ll'irf.
Fire men siicceoI.Ml r. cantriillbc the
flro after n despe.-.o fight, nud It !s
thought that the total loss will be lesv
than JJ.&oo. Tho origin of tho i;ro has
not been deterrulned.
Tho Metropolitan Grocu.-y flrnt Is a
stock company. The pruMdont Is For
Uncle Bill Christie
Came on Boat For
ty-Six Years Ago
"Uncle Hill" H. Christie, veteran con
tractor, landed lu Omaha forty-six ycur?
ago Tuesday nt 9 o'clock In the evening,
from tlm semi-weekly packet, "the Colo
rado," which pushed Its nose In the mud
at tho foot of Douglas street after an
arduous trip of two days and nights from
"Wasn't much of a town then," mild
Uncle Hill, "No pnved streets, about
7,000 people. 1 uns born In Cincinnati
nnd had come direct from there. I was
pretty lonesomo nnd was getting dlscour
aged when I struck St. Joo and found
that Captain Hrown of the Colorado was
an Ohio rlvermnn.
"Now, I was a river man myself, and
so be took me on and brought me to
Omaha. He went with me to the Hern
don house nnd Introduced me. Next day
he shoved me ashore and I've been hero
ever idnee." ;
"Uncle Hill" wild he couldn't even esti
mate the number of houses no has built
or superintended Elnco he has been In
Omnhn. Ho built the Crelghton homo ut
Twentieth nnd Chlcngo nnd tBkes a great
prldo In tho tact that through the years
It has remained Intact.
TWO AUTOMOBILES ARE
STOLEN; FOUND LATER
Walter Oehrl'e, 25CT Dodge street, re
ported the loss Monday morning of a
two-passenger Hudson runabout which
had been taken Sunday night about 10
o'clock from the curbing In front of 3615
Jones street. After an extensive search
tho car was found to be ditched only two
blocks away In a vacant lot nnd nono tho
worsu for Its experience.
J. A. Ijinagan. Sixty-fifth and Hodge
streets, made known to the pollco Tues
day morning that his five-passenger Lex
ington touring car had been stolen from
In front of the Hoyd theater Monday
night around 10 o'clock. The machine
wns found lato Tuesday morning at tho
east end of the Douglas street bridge.
A Wonderful Sale of Millinery
A Mighty Purchase of Spring Hats Compris
ing a Manufacturer's Complete Sample Stock on Sale
AND REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK AT
JI. M McClanahun,
Miss Katherlne McClanahun.
Leflang-Cole Wedding. I
Tha i marriage of E. M. V. Leflanu of I
Omaha to Miss Anna Cole of Iextngton,
Neb., was celebrated at 11 o'clock thin
morning at the home ot the brlde'c sis
ter, Mrs. M. K. House, in Lexington. Mr
and Mrs. Leflang left this afternoon for
Omaha, after which they will go to Flor
ida. Mr. Leflang Is president -A the
Dawson County National bunk.
Rev, Q. F. Williams of Columbuj, Nb.,
performed the ceremony.
Mr. Leflang has been most successful
In his Investments in Omaha property,
having bought numerous blocks In this
city which have Increased wonderfully In
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Burkett of St Joseph, Mo., for
merly of Omaha, Is the week-end guest ot
Mrs. D. W. Wead.
Mr. and Mrs. D.V. Sholes of 9603 Wool
worth avenue have sold their homo to
Mr and Mrs. Sol Degen, and will move
about May 1 to 341! Dodge street-
Mr and Mrs. R. P. HlfenberUk of
Cincinnati, who were expected to arrive
Saturday to visit Captain and Mrs. R. 1
Rifenberlck Jr.. have been delayed by
the floods and will not reach here until
the latter part of this week.
$2.50 to $10.00
248 SMALL, MEDIUM AND LARGE SHAPES
Their Regular Prices .Are $5.00 to $20.00
Every hat Is this sonson's creation, right Btylo Is assured no tiresome same
ness. Thoy aro individual and tho variety la nlniost limitless -hats for every oc
casion, all different- all beautiful. Designs from such popular straws as hemps,
mllans, leghorns, etc Handsomely trimmed with imported flowers, ostrich
l feathers, fnnclcH, Uulgarlan ribbons and In all the new shades.
Cut Price MISS BUTLER Ovr Alexindir't
Milliner 1512 douglas st. Shoe Store
T J- Jk
Sleepsr and Diner ready 6:00 P. M.
Genuine Milan Untrimmed Hats in
some of the most fashionable blocks
of the season new greens, cerise,
burnt, also black and white actual
$(5.50 values, Wednesday,
on 12d floor, at
Untrimmed Hats in Basement
A new shipment ot horsehair braid, hemp and
nitlan untrimmed hats in the now spring
cr."a.c.k..$1.50 and $1.75
3 popular shapes in medium priced hats.
jVetc, tlmiinm novelty oilrich effects now ao much in vogue f or trimmingt, in ttkk-upr, bandings, imitation
uigrelte etfec's and tips in tolid colors and thudtd ifftcts, cerise to blue, orange to blue, ceriee- to taupe, gold to black
and fun fo ftroicn nioctrafett priced, on second floor, at 75c uo to $S.6Q.
New Straw Braids 10 and 12-yd, Bolts new and popular colors, values to $1, b'm't, 25c
Big Bargains in Factory Ends and Remnants of 36-in; and 40-in.
All-Over Laces and Nettings, Werth 7Sc and $1.00 at 49c a Yard
In new shadow offects, small dots and figures, craquele meshes, crochet, filet and fancy
combination designs correct styles for yokes, waists, dancing frocks, etc. A Q
white, cream and ecru; on main floor at, yard - f4"C
35c and 50c Fine Embrcidered Flounciags and Csrset Coverings at 29c a Yard
18 and 27-inch Swisses and Batises very effective designs in English eyelet, j
floral and combinatipn effects, on main floor, at yard &rf
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"The Right Suits for Right Now"
BUSINESS MEN'S and YOUNG HEN'S
Many men regarded Norfolks last sea
son as suits exclusively for young men.
This season the popularity of the Norfolk
is greater than ever and it is a favorite suit
for men of all ages. You'll see Norfolks
more than ever this season. They are em
Out-of-Door Suits for Out-of-Door Men
It Is just the suit for outing, for motoring,
for traveling and for every outdoor activity of tho
up-to-date man. Most of them are 2-piece suits;
Just the thing for summer wear.
Practical, Comfortable Suits for Business
You will approve tho fancy English tweeds In
new pencil stripes, also the medium and light
weight blue serges and tan, brown, grey and
shepherd plaid Butts.
We Show More Styles in Norfolk Suits
I Than Any Other Store in Omaha
I $15, $17.50, $20, $25 and $30
Brandeis Gigantic Sale of Spring
and Summer Wash Fabrics
Thousands of yards fresh from tho original cases brought forward to tho basement squares and
tables for Wednesday's sensational selling. Never were such wash goods bargains as theso offered
in any store, rno pauerns ana coionnas are 01 me most aesiraDio ana attractive character.
A Properly Fitting Corset is Indispensable
Your Own Appearance Requires It.
The Fit of Your Summer Frocks Demands It.
R. (L G. Corsets
In the new 1013 models, meet every exactinr demand and
fulfill every modish requirement. Models to fit every
individual figure aro here, very moderately priced."
In this model D 223 (as pictured, here) body
material is of fancy striped batiste. This cor
set is for medium and slight figures, medium
height in bust with extreme long hip lines; gar-
mont is boned with flexible boning,
three sots of heavy web garters
attached, an excellent value, at. . . .
A Splendid Figure Model R. & O. Corset (B217) Made
in batiste with very long straight hip lines, small, low
bust line, 3 sets ot garters attached. On
display and sale now in our corset de
partment on second floor, at
, diuai t, tun
to b Tn
Time for "Low Ones"
Scores of striking Spring luta for Men and Yoang
Men. Extreme English or knob toes swing lasts or con
servative lasts. Whatever your fancy dictates. 11 leathern.
16 IS &. JDOUGLxA.3,
That Spotless Spot
Try to Say It One Hundred Times Very Fast
NO GARMENT SHOULD
BE PUT AWAY UNTIL
IT HAS BEEN THOR
Dirt grease wrinkles and
creases ruin a sarment faster
than proper wear.
if you lay your winter clothes
away dirty they will look- old
and dingy next fall, and may
be full of moths.
Dry cleaning not only re
moves all dirt, grease, germs,
moth eggfe, etc., but if put
away in the box or bag In which
they aro returned there Is ab
solutely no danger of moths,
and your clothes aro ready to
wear any minute you want
them in the fall.
Tell our driver hoAv you want
them returned, whether in box
or bag, and they will come ,
home ready to lav or hamr i
away. We will guarantee them !
to ODen un satiRfactnrllv in ), I
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Phone for a wagon.
1515-17 JONES ST.
GUY LIGGETT PRES.
Key to the Situation I3e Advertising.
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