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THE BEE: OMAHA, TTESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914.
Monday, March 9, 1914.
WINTER travelers are returning from some very Interesting trips.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, who have been spending a few
weeks in Jamaica, and also visited Colon and Panama, r-
turned homo yesterday. While in Jamaica they took a m6st
interesting motor trln of 350 miles and wore fortunate enough to have
an American chauffeur, nearly all of the drivers bolng natives and not as
careful drivers. The roads of the Island are dangerously narrow and tho
turns so short and abrupt that an automobilo cannot roako tho turns
without stopping and backing ono or more times. The verduro and
beauty of the tropical plants makes the trip worth while to sightseers
and lovers of nature.
Not a few Omaha people object to paying from 20 to 30 cents a gallon
for gasoline; in Jamaica it is 66 cents a gallon.
Mr. Martin took forty dozen pictures whilo in the tropics and will
havo stercopticon slides mado of most of these, and their friends nro
anticipating seeing these.
Whilo in Panama Mr. and Mrs. Martin met tho Omaha party who
havo been visiting tho canal -zone. Among these wore Mr. Frank Burk
ley. Mfss Burkley, Miss Mary Burkley, Mr. and Mrs. John A. McBhano
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Redlck, Mrs. Ben GallaghorrMn Paul Gallagher and
Mr. Ben Gallagher. Sonio of 'the porty stopped In Now York and others
nre expected homo tomorrow morning.
Nearly all of tho travelers in tho southern climates complain of tho
intense heat, both in the canal zone, Jamaica and also from tho othor sido
of tho continent, for It has been unusually warm this winter in Honolulu
Pnrrimt Tnnirs which meets Tuesday at 3:15. Mrs. Mary
iS LK? Alien will Blv. a talk on . will talk cn the recent vol-
the Lincoln Highway before the current canto ""on In Japan. Then
topics department' of the Woman's clue, "view of the achievements In wlrclu.
telegraphy of John Hayes Hammond
Preceding the program parliamentary
practice on "Officers and Their Duties"
will be conducted by Mrs. Edward John
on and a business session will be held.
It will bo decided when to have tho
mothers' and daughters' kenslngton.
Mrs. John M. Macfarland and Mrs.
Latham Davis, who are having a series
ot muslcalcs Sunday afternoons at tho
garage studio at the Davis home, had a
delightful program this week. A string
quartet gave several numbers, the quar
tet Including Miss Helen Millard and Mr.
Wallace Lyman, violinists; Mini Blolse
West, viola, and Mr. Herbert Rogers
'cellist. Little Miss Gertrude Thclm, ac
companied hy Mrs. Thleni, gave violin
numbers and Miss Hazel Evans, ac
companied by Miss Cora Evans, gave
vocal numbers. About forty guests at
Consul Visits Here.
An Interesting guest from Denver Frl
day and Saturday was Dr. Schwegel, con
sul of Austria-Hungary to tho Rocky
mountain states. While enroute to Wash
ington and New York, Dr. Schwegel
stopped to visit Omaha, friends and was
entertained by Colonel and Mrs. S. S.
Curtis nnd Miss Lynn Curtis. The Aus
trian consul when serving at his first
consular post at Chicago had Nebraska
In his district. Since then he has been
consul for Austria-Hungary at Pitts
burgh, Montreal. Winnipeg, Switzerland,
South Africa, Turkey and other places
before taking charge of the Rocky moun
tain consulate nt Denver.
At the Brandeis.
Among those who will entertain small
parties at the Brandeis during the en
gagement ot Otis Skinner in "Kismet"
nro J. F. Bernstein, W. J. Connell, L. C.
Flyn. C. F, Junod, Cliarlea Klrschbraun,
R. Olson, Jennie M. Phelps, Forrest
Richardson, George Redlck, D. Rosen-
stock. W. P. Stlilman. C. B. Thummel, H.
A. Wlggenhom ot Ashland, Otto Polil of
Fremont, Paul Colson of Fremont, and
About forty of tho young people of
Itansccm Park church gave a pleasant
surprise at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. O
M. Barnes Thursday evening In honor of
Mr. George Barnum, who leaves this
week for tho west Spring flowers deco
rated the rooms and the evening was do
tlehlfnllv niwnt In nlnvlne nroerfissivc
same. Mr. Chnrles Lnntra sane two se- !
lections and Mr. Cecil Bcrryman gave
two piano numbers. At tho close ot the
evening refreshments were served.
Mrs. J. W. Skoglund entertained the 500
club Saturday evening. Mrs. Van Housen
and Mrs. Williams won the prizes. Thosa
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Storm.
Mr. and Mrs. TL. L. Manning.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eben Marks.
Mr. and Mrs. J.MJaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fulton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Plunkett.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Van Housen.
Mrs. Ida Dresson.
Mr. E. Bowman.
For Milwaukee Quest.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Wclnsteln enter
tained nt dinner Sunday evening In honor
of Rev. Canton L. Cohen of Milwaukee
Wis., from tho Beth Israel congregation.
Ho has been spending the week end In
Omaha. Those present were;
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wclnsteln.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Welnsteln.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Welnsteln.
Mr. and Mrs. 8 Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. urcenoerg.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Romenek.
Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Chedek. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Welnsteln.
Sophie Wclnsteln, Esther Greenberg,
These Are the Stores
THESE ARE THE STORES selected to handle
Mme. Isabella' world's famous toilet preparations in this city.
These stores are qualified by their convenient locations,
modern equipment and facilities to serve satisfactorily and -Well
the ladies of Omaha who are interested in the preservation of per
sonal' beauty. These stores are operated under progressive mer
chandising policies. Their stocks are well assorted in every line
and you can purchase anything you desire in toilet goods at any
one of them. They hanjdle not only Mme. Ise'bell's toilet prepara
tions, but anything else you may require in the line of toilet goods.
At these stores you can purchase just what you desire without
quibbling ana witnout any enueavor 10 sen some suusuiuie.
...wn Townvi.t mvomstiTE FACE POW-
DER-Softens and improves the skin while beau
tifying It. BlendB perfectly with the natural tone
of the complexion. Comes la three shades,
Naturelle, Brunette and White. Prlco 50c,
MADAME ISB'BELIVS NATURAL BLUSH ROOUB
r-Glveg a natural tint to pale cheeks and lips.
MADAME ISE'BELVS ROSE BLUSH STICK
ROGUE A splendid roguo In a convenient form.
Is healthful nnd soothing. Price, 26a .
MADAME ISE'DELL'S LILAC HAND WHITENER
A. few drops npplled after washing makes
hands soft and white and prevents chapping.
Price, 25 c. .
MIHAMR IRR'IlMI.Ti'H RIfTN POOn AND WRIN
KLE PASTE Ideal lor massage, feeding and
nourishing tho skin, filling out the obliterating
wrinkles. Two sizes, 60c and $100.
MADAME ISE'BBLL'8 FLESH WORM ERADICA
TOR Cleanses tho poros of blackheads, plm
plOB and other blemishes. Has a bleaching and
healing effect Prlco, $1.
MADAME ISE'DELL'S TURKI8H BATH OIL
Keeps tho skin smooth, clear and healthy. Tho
right thing to uso attor automobillng, golfing
and othor outdoor sport. Two sizes, 60c and f 1.
MADAME- ISE'DELL'S D. C. DEPILATORY POW
DER Romovcs superfluous hair without pain or
injury. Prlco, $1.00.
Every Woman Can Have a Good Complexion
LL of tho above preparations aro mado after Madamo Iso'boll's celebrated formulas
and aro iruaranteed to contain only tho hiffheat grade ingredients and to be chein-
icallv Dure. For nearly half a century tho popular staro favorites have depended
upon those famous preparations to romovo and proven t ill effects of stage "make up"
and to withstand, constant traveling's wear and tear on beauty. Madame Iso'boll has
thousands of unsolicited testimonials signed with suoh noted names as
Maude Lillian Berri
Thcso famous womon havo mado a Btudy o beauty and health. None knows bettor
how to presorvo and cmphasizo the advantages of a clear skin and a good complexion.
You can buy Mme. Iso 'bolls preparations at any of tho following stores:
The Brandeis Stores
Thos. Kilpatrick Oo.
Thompson, Beldon & Oo.
' WEST SIDE DRUG
21th and Farnnw Sts.
H. S. Kink,
lllth and Farnam Sts.
CENTRAL DRUG STORES o. E. Lathrop,
t,. . t, riJ - iOUi and Farnam Sts.
.DciVbuU JJlUg UU.,
15th and Farnam Sts.
Bell Drug Oo.,
1310 Farnam St.
E. W. Bexton,
12th and Dodge Sts.
Haines Drug Co.,
lOtli and Douglas Sts.
13th and Douglas Sts.
10th and Farnam Sts.
The Owl Drug Oo.,
lOtlt and Homey Sts.
Paxton Hotel Pharmacy,
14th and Harney Sts.
Pope Drug Co.,
13th and Farnam Sts.
Emil Oarmak, ' j
13th and Williams Sts.
S02 Leavenworth Sts.
SIth and Leavenworth Sts.
J. H. Green,
Pork Avo. and Pacific.
Greenough & Oo.,
Tenth nnd Pacific
Greenough & Go.,
Tenth and Hickory.
Hanscom Park Pharmacy,
Park Ave. and Woolworth.
Sherman & McDonnell Drug A. L. Huff,
10th and Dodge Sts.
Sherman & McDonnell Drug
207 North 16th 8.
Unltt-Docakal Drug Co.,
17th and Faraara Sts.
Park Ave. and Leavenworth,
D. D. Clark,
Melcher Drug Co.
0. P. Talbin
Adams-Haight Drug Co.,
21th and Lako Bus.
Adams-Haight Drug Co.,
24th and Fort Sts.
17th and Cuming Sts.
Wm. 0. Hayden,
24th and Blnney Sts.
24 th km' Seward Sts.
Saratoga Drug Co,,
24th and Ames Ave.
Schaeff er Drug Co.,
10th and Chicago Sts.
J. H. Schmidt,
21th and Cuming Sts.
Seller Drug Co.,
2 15, North 20th St.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA.
Clark Drug Co.,
Broadway and Main.
Geo, S. Davis,
200 West Broadway.
Pricke Drug Co,,
Broadway aud Sixth.
Dell G. Morgan,
142 West Broadway.
Wesner & Cowles,
Willow Ave, and Main.
Seventh aud Broadway,
Made by Mme. Ise'bell
Th World's Famous Beauty Export
352 No. Mtdugiui Ave., Chicago, U. S. A.
llev, I coheir
'or the Future.
Miss Anna Johnson will entertain at
Lher homo Tuesday evening. TwelVo guests
will bo present
In and Out of the Ben Hive.
Miss Holland, who has been spending
few weeks In Now York, will return
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Cooper ot White-
wood, 8. D.. nro guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Dodge, who have'
been spending the winter in California,
are expected homo the first ot April
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Glfford and
daughter, Ann, havo returned from a. va
cation spent on tho California coast and
Mr. Wilson B. Heller, senior at Colum
bla, University of Missouri, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
W. S. Hcllor.
Mrs. Ed Lang has returned home from
Savannah, Ga., where she has been
apondlng two months with her mother,
Mrs. II. A. Weil.
Mrs. Joseph Manning Stctner of Denver,
who was formerly Miss Lillian Shears of
thts city, Is expected to arrive this morn
ing to visit her mother, Mrs. Stuart P,
Shears. She will be accompanied by her'
little daughter, Alice.
Mrs. George A. Hoagland, Mrs. J. B,
Summers and Master Stuart Summers,
who havo been visiting Captain and Mrs.
David A. Stone in Honolulu, havo arrived
In California to spend a few weeks be
fore returning home.
MISPRINT ON POSTAL
CARD CAUSES MERRIMENT
Postcards sent out by the Commercial
club to members contain a typographical
error which has caused much merriment
In downtown offices. Over the sig
nature of John L. McCague, chairman of
the executive committee, It Is stated that
tho Auditorium may bo bought for 1200,0V)
and finished for $50.00.
By LA RAOQXTEUSE.
This season the tunics and drapery
seem simple. They are what they seem.
but an Inch more or less ot fullness, or
fullness wrongly placed, will ruin the
moat charming model.
Take tor example this simple evening
frock of "BoUe-de-Kose" muslin -velvet
The bodice In the new shape called "pep-
lum" makes In front two points, finishing
over the shoulders and showing a piece
of "blonde" silk musln around the decol
The small sleeves and the under-arms
are of the same material.
A draped s&Jh of velvet la trimmed with
three beaded bands at the middle front,
and holds an excessively full and regular
flounce, laid over a band of embroidered
silk musUn and falling over another cut
The skirt U simply drawn no at the
Toil may order
by mail from this
We prepay Par
ed Post charges.
and colored sprint
waists In various
styles. Worth up
to $1. at ,
Women's Spring Apparel at Moderate Cost
Our basement ready-to-wear department epeclalizes In stylish looking, thoroughly
dependable garments for women at extremely moderato prices. Our groat outlet for
this class of-apparcl enables us to offer bettor values than you can secure elsewhere.
Smart Spring Suits for $8.98
We now havo ready about 200 suits, Just ar
rived, for spring wear. Ton different styles, both
plain and fancy. Made of fine serges, crepes,
worsteds ana mixtures in the best spring col
ors. Now short Jackets with set-in-sleeves
fAnp.v alftrtd Rlllta ailpVi na ifouollv call ... In
$10, 1 12.50 and $15. Tuesday in basement at $8.08
Women's Spring Coats at $4.98
Dozens of different styles, long and short coats, for
women and misses. Moire, silk, plaid and check ma
terials, serges arid novelty cloths in all sizes and
lengths. Garments Worth $7.50 to $10,00, Tuesday in
basement, at $4.98.
Sale of Tub Dresses
Worth $2.50, $3, (I QQ
$3.50 and $4 for.. V .03
Extra special lot of women's wash
able dresses. Itatlne, cotton foulards,
figured percales, eta, in very dainty
styles and choice colors. Dresses
made to sell at $2.60, $3, $3.50 and
$4 Included In this lot Priced In
basement at 81.35.
Dresses Worth to $5 for 1 69
Tuesday your choice of about 100 women's
and misses' cloth dresses from various lots,
including odds and ends of styles prev
iously worth up to $5. Good, practical
up-to-date styles. In basement Tuesday at. .
$3 Petticoats at $1.89
Silk messollne petticoats. Latest
styles in black and new spring col
ors. Worth $3, In basement, $1.89.
50c Petticoats 25c
Plain color wash petticoats in
blues and tans, with scalloped bot
toms. Worth 60c Tuesday In base
ment, at a 5c.
Dress Goods Specials for Tuesday
Main rioor, Bargain Square.
36-Inch Pacific Mills 60c batiste, 99o.
36-lnch Pacific Mills SOo serges. 39c
42-lnch -French gabardines, worth $1. at 790.
50-lnch whipcords, worth $1.19. at 79o.
40-lnch French wool taffeta, worth $1, at 79c.
40-lhch silk stripe crepes, wdrUi $1, at 69o.
40-Inch all wool French crepes, worth $1, at 79e.
Silks Worth to $1,25, at Yard.79
, 36-inch fancy striped dress silks; also 36-lncU
dress poplins. Beautiful 2 and 3-tono printed spot-
proof foulards In the latest designs.
Great lot including many worth to $1.25.
On main floor bargain square,
20c, Hosiery for IQc
Women's mercerised llslo. finished
hosiery with, wide hem tops, double
soles, high spliced heels nnd toes,
20c quality, but some slightly Im
perfect on sale at 10c
50c Whipcords for 35c
36-lnch whipcords In the newest
spring shades. Including tango, new
blues, leather shades and staple col
ors, also cream and black. Regular
60c grade, In basement at 35c.
50c Union Suits at 29c
Women's cotton union suits. Trim
med with torehon lace, neatly fin
ish 1 with crochet beading tops. Um
brella knee styles. Regular and ex
tra sizes. 60c quality, 39o.
Irish Laces Worth to $1, at 29c
Real band 'made Dublin Irish lace edges and in
sertions. Widths up to 2 inches. Many to match.
Worth up to $1, special at 20c yd.
25c Fancy Pleating at 2c
Shadow lace, fahcy net and chiffon pleatings in
widths up to 4 inches. White, cream, ecru and
black. 25c quality at, yd., 12Hic.
1 Oc Handkerchiefs at 5c
Women's fancy handkerchiefs with embroidered
corners, scalloped or val lace edges. Many aro im
porters' samples. Regularly worth to 10c, Tuesday
If yon do not ret "Art Craft Solid" picture mold
ing, yon do.aot get the bsst. We are exclusive agents
for it la Omaha. We ask no more for It than' ordinary
fraaers do for ordinary frames.
Women's $2.50 and $3 Shoos Pair $1.65
Women's shoes In various but
ton styles. Mado of good grade
dull calf and patent leathers, all
of which formerly sold at $2.50
and $8.00, Specially priced for
Tuesday in the basement 91.65.
Odds and ends of women's
shoes and slippers. Many are
slightly scuffed from
handling. Big table
full to be disposed of
in basement, at pair. . .
Boys' and girls' dull
calf and kidskin leather
shoes. Worth $2.50 reg
ularly. On sale in base
ment at 91.00.
Women's strap style
houso slippers of soft
kidskin, with turned
soles. Worth $1.50 and
$1.75, at, pair $1.00.
Women's storm rubbers. Good quality.
in basement Shoe seectton. at Wo.
The Great Wash Goods Sale Continues
Wonderful salo of spring wash goods which started in our basement Monday will continue the. entire
week. Thousands and thousands of yards of the choicest spring tub fabrics are offered at prices which
allow substantial savings to women who take advantage of these Values.
ZKr nml Kftr Watl, LJe of I Serpentine Crepes
aaaavs if UUll UUUUU UJibUHl Ai.
Silk stripe voiles.
White silk ratine,
Fancy colored crepes.
40-lnch Imported ratine,
40-lnch wide marquisettes.
Woven tissues and madras.
Mercerized mummy suiting,
Kancjf printed pongee silks.
T.lnen suitings In various colors,
6O0 quality embroidered batistes,
Known as the best cotton crepe
material that can be had for
long or short kimonos. AH new
patterns are here.
Regular price is 18c
Special for Tuesday's
Scrim and Etamine
Twenty-five attractive style weaves,
In heavy and medium weight, with
printed border or hemstitched ef
fects. Lengths 3 to 20 yards. Ac
tually worth 26c. 35c and 60c, In the
usual way. on sale Tuesday at lOe,
lBo and 19o.
Beatiful Wash Silks Worth 35c, at
Included are 27 and 36-lnch plain and Jacquard silks In all the leading1
shades the kind that makes up Into beautiful, yet Inexpensive .
gowns. It has soft texture, giving the graceful flowing lines to C
the new spring gowns. They are actual 36c quality. Several Iflll
thousand yards on big bargain square In basement, at tUU
36-in. Muslin and Cambric, Yard
Desirable lengths of bleached mus
lin and cambric; also twilled muslin.
Specially priced In basement at,7d. .
45c Linen, 25c
Tard wide pure flax Irish
dress linen in white and the
new spring shades, llegular
46o quality, In basement,
New printed flajtons In
pretty rosebud, stripe, check
and floral effects on white
or tinted grounds, 28 Inches
wide, yard I Sc.
Long Kid Gloves 12 and 16-butt6n lengths in black and various colors.
Odd lots and broken size and color range to bo closed out. About 450 pairs all
previously worth four or five times this Tuesday price, pair
Every Woman in Omaha and Vicinity Will Want to See
Our Great Semi-Annual Display and Sale of Laces
Embroideries, Dress Trimmings and Silks
Mnut2 Tuesday, Friday, M?f Inclusive VM
On account of delay in delivery, one of the largest shipments was riot received in
time for display Monday, but will bo shown Tuesday.
No effort or expense has been spared to make this the crowning effort more far
reaching in point of varieties shown moro interesting to all more beautiful than any
display of tho kind ever attempted in this or any other western city.
We Extend to All a Most Cordial Invitation to View
This Lisp lay of the World's Choicest Productions
In no store in tho land will you find moro varied assortments, more, beautiful fab
rics or moro pleasing pricings. Wo havo gathered them from the uttermost parts of
the earth for your approval and selection. Don't fail to see them Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, March 10 to 13, meet your modiste here. Bring your friends with you.
May We Have the Pleasure of Your Presence
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