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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1914)
THE B)K: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, i 1914,
Monday, March 23, 1914.
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O YOU think that people you know will really wear the new
colored wigs?" Is a question that Is asked frequently slnco the
now fad started a few weeks ago, first in London and then In
few York. That this unusual fad has been takon tin by Lon
don and Now York Is enough to give the novelty a partial welcome.
Tho opening of the Country club will probably bo tho first really
smart affair, where the colored wigs will bo worn. A beautiful young
woman, who has been crowned queen of Ak-Sar-Ben, Is seriously thinking
of wearing one to the club opening, for sho told mo so. . "But I 'Jo hot
think 1 will over really adopt that fad, but It would bo ftih to wear to tho
club," she said to me.
There was qulto a little excitement down here the other afternoon,
but, alas, I am not at the office afternoons.
"I saw an attractive young woman on Sixteenth street, and sho had
a carrot-colored wig," announced tho new reporter.
"Write It," said the city editor.
So the new reporter telephoned a well known hairdresser and asked
if she had sold the vivid wig.
"No" said tho hairdresser, and broke Into laughter, "but I Jttot dydd
a pretty young woman's hair that color;" so Uie first wig was hot a wig.
Miss Lulu Graco Johnson of 115 North Forty-third street entertained
Informally at her homo last Friday eVoning nnd woro her now wig of vivid
green. This is the first ono to bo purchased in Omaha, excepting for the
stage. . ,
A bright green wig and tango red wig were sold by another shop thli
morning to two attractive young women, but tho saleswoman did Hot
know their names.
Tornado Anniversary Sinner.
Many Omaha people whose liven wcro
miraculously Raved will celebrate thin
rvenlng by having some of their most In
tlmatc friends with, them friends who
more than proved their thoughtfullness
and gencronlty ist year by taking car
Mrs. I J. Blake and Miss Jessie Blake,
Whose home was demolished by the tor
nado, feel that they were most fortunate
In twine at the home of Mr, and Mrs,
Prank Garrison and Mrs. Garrison's
fnther, Mr. Hunt, last year. The Gar
rison home was badly damaged, but not
demolished, n's was the home of Mrs.
Blake, which has now been restored.
This evening Mrs. .Blake nnd Miss
Blake will have ne their guests at dlnnor
Mr. and Mrs. Qarrlson and Mr. Hunt.
You Can Telephone
TH E S T O It KB that handle Mme.
Iso'bell's Toilet Preparations are
modern stares, ready to nerve you
satisfactorily and well. Thny are con
veniently located In all sections ot
tho city. There's one near you. You
can stio to the telephone now this
minute -and order what you require.
It ulll be delivered promptly, for
these stores take pride in the servtcu
they render their customers.
lime. lu'twll'l Turltlnh Bath Oil, Mo and
Mm Ix'tKll'i Kiqultlto Ff r-owdtr, Mc.
Mm Ik ball's Natural Uluih Ilouca. Mc.
Mmt. It bell's Him llluih Stic llO'JM, 2lt.
Mm. iMlMir Lilac lUnd Wbltancr. lie.
Mm. lM'bcll'n Skin K004 .nd Wrlnkl Puis,
SDs nd 11.00.
Mm. Iw'bFll' Klib Worm Kridloator, 11.00.
Mm. It'tall'i l), c. Dptltory powder. 11.00.
Bold by Good Stores Everywhere
She Brandels stores.
Thomas Xllpatrlok Co.
Thompson. Beldeu b Oo.
CEWTKAX. DSUO HTOXE3,
Beaton "Drug Oo
isth and Farnam Bts.
BeU Drug Co
13 J 6 Farnam St.
2. W. Bertsn.
12th and bodge 8ts.
Xaiats Drug Co..
l&th and Dougns Sts.
13th an Douglas Sts.
16th and Farnum Sts.
Ths Owl Drug Co.,
16th and Harney 8tn.
Farton Bottl Pharmacy,
14th and Harney Hta.
Top Drug Co.,
13th nnd Farnam Sts.
Sherman It McDonnell Drug Co-
16th nnd Dodge Hta.
Sherman (1 McGonnsU 33 rug; Co-
207 North 16th Ht.
Unitt-Socskal Drug Co..
1 7th and Farnam Hts.
west szob satro stosss.
!lth and Farnam Sts.
SC. S. Xing,
24 1 h and Farnam Big.
C. B. Dathrcp,
40th and Furnam Sts.
south' side pnva STOBSS.
13th and William Sts.
2802 Leavenworth - St
24th and Leavenworth Sts.
J. H. arttn.
Park Avo., and Pacific
aroenenrh & Co
Tenth und Hickory Sts.
Saascom Park Pharmacy,
Park Ave. and Woofworth.
A. X,. Huff, . .
Park Ave- and Leanvenworth.
SOUTH OMAHA DBUO STOBSS.
9. D. Clark.
Mtlcber Drug Co. '
O. P. Talfcta. ,
BOBTSf SXSB OBUO STOBSS.
Adans-Xalght Brag Co
uth and Lake Hta.
Aaanu-Halght Drug CoM
21th and Fort Sts. '
Hth and Cuming Sts.
Wm. O. Haydtn.
24th and Blnney Sts..
24th and Seward Bts.
Saratoga Drag coM
24th and Aves Ave.
Shaeffer Drag Co
16th and Chicago Sta.
J. R. Bchmldt,
24th and Cuming Sts.
SciUr Drug Co..
21S North 25th St.
COUNCIL BXUPPS BBUO BCOSES.
Clark Drug Co
Uroadway and Main.
Oto. B. Davis,
200 West Broadway.
Tricks Brag Co
Briadway and Sixth.
Bell 9. Morgan.
142 Went Broadway.
Vetnsr at Cowl is.
Willow Ave. and Main.
Seventh and Broadway.
Made by Mme. Ise'bell
3S3 Ho, Michigan Ave Chlcajo, HI.
. If Tpur dlra nun li not la th abort lltt
b can jrt Mm. liUira JoliM Krtptratloot
tor you from nl) vtalcaiSvdrusiUt.
Orpheum Parties. ,
Mrs. .Bruce Morfatt entertained tlVo
guvstJi at luncheon ftt the qomtnOrclel
club today n honor or Miss Lewi's, guest
of Mrs. John Battln. After luncheon they
attended the Orpheum rnattnee.
Compllmerilar'y' to Mr. ' Vllllam T.
Wilder ot Fort JaVertworth, guest 'of
Mrs. F.. J. -Taggart, a .small dlnnor, fol
lowed by an.Orphoum party, will bo glvqn.
Six guests .will be present. . .
Mr. ani Mrs. II. li. Sfechary will, en
tertain nt a dlrfhsr and ,Orphe,um party
this evening, when thoiic presoiit will fe:
Mrs. MUlcah'y of toffii Springs, It. 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sllv.cr., !
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Pulvor.
Mr. and Mrs. n. it Zaohdry.
Mr. E. n. Benson , ,
For Sunday School, Class.
.miss jauiaoctii- Wfttsem dntertalnetl the
momber's of her Kiinrlnv
Clifton Hill Presbyterian chUreh nt her
"v," ..ftimuttj ntwrnogn, uames wore
played and brlze wrre Jwnn hV r.Ki,.
Watson a(i.d Mr. Jeffrey Huttdn. Miss
Harriot Marsh usslsted. Tltoia
t . .
Itenore Brpdegaard, JossUjlhed
Jean Ellington, Kllba tloth
Luncheon at Loyal. .
Mrs. F. J. Taggart entertained Inform
ally at luncheon today 'at the . Hotel Loyal
In honor of hr guest. 'Mrs, William T.
Wilder of Fort Leavenworth. Hyacinths
formed the decoration and covers were
placed for ten guests, all "of whom are
former frldids of Mrs.' Wilder, who re
sided here bofore going to Fort Leaven
worth. Informal Muticale.
Mrs. Latham bdva anld Mrs. John Mac
farland, who are giving mustcales each
Sunday afternon at the Davis garage
Btiidlo, had an Interesting program this
week, although tlicro wan n. disappoint
ment for the Irbstes. TM'y $ad expected
to have the Pdtter Mandolin club, but Mr.
I'oltcr was '1)1. However a' delightful after
noon was enjoyed by ths'tftlests" and the
program Was givn. l?y Miss Hortense
8pleberge;r, who nn. ahdMlss Mamie
Spiesbergier,' wHo plfeycd piano humbera.
Mlsa Nora, .Predraetsky 'gilv piano num
bers and MUs Jc-y HlggJns, several read
j cane itutton.
Kldn Wtson, .
Harriet Marsh, s '
Elisabeth Watson. .
Nu Siffmft-Nu. : , .
Beta Epsllon, chapter. of .Nu Slgmd tin,
I'nlverslty of Nebraska' (nlfne-A f tM.
clno. entertained at a dancloV party riat.
urday venlflr at ihelr nlin
Farnairt street Thofo' fcre'JcTjt Welts: 1
MISfes Missed '
Hilda Youngdulst, Bets KllerHrdck
Underwood. Mart)m iyobfe,
nucin oiOAioB uiga jonnson
of Counoll Bluffs, flrac Hnlech,
liable Al Udn.
n. A. Youns-.
f. W. Harms.
C. A, Meyer.
K. J Horton.
W. I). McGrath.
B. n. Ilrmnan n lav
k. c. hnge. J. A.fJohnson,
O. F. Forman, P. .J. Flory. , .
F. 8. Salisbury. Harold Itnaonlmnm
isonard Otto Blggert. '
73. (.". Mohtkomery,
W. T. Wlldhaber;'
D. Hlgboe, .
O. W.. Mltohell.
For the Future. f '
Mrs, James Peterson will -entertain the
Cottage dub Tuesday afternoon at 'her
iiuine. 1 . '
Informal Evening fearty,
Mr. and Mrs, Valter'0. Silver were at
home Informally last evening' In celc
bra tlon-of 'thelr-weddlng .anniversary.. A
number or rrienaa called.
In and. ut Oof the Bee Hive.
Miss Katherlne' Van Ixm ot David City.
Neb., Is visiting relatives in this city.
Miss reu Donahue spent the week end
In Chicago , with Mr. and Mrs. Morris
enroute to New York.
Miss Katherine Barrett df. Kansas City.
Mo., who had been visiting Mf and Mrs.
Daniel O'Connor and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Carroll, his returned to her homo
Mlsa Frapk Morehead of Qedar BAplds.
la., Is the guest ot her cousin, Mlsa
Blanche -Springer, 11 Blnney street.
Mrs. Thomas Amrlne of East Orange.
N. J., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mr. J. W. Marshall. She was formerly
Miss Ella Marshall.
Miss Lola Howell, who Is i student at
the Western College (or Womsh at Ox
ford, O.. will spend h?r .spring vacation
with friends tn Detroit,' Mich.'-. .
1. . a." I a . . V, "
urs. Muicany or Coir&x, )a., who has
been visiting Mrs. R. B. Ziihary, and
for whom social affairs hive' been given,
will return home "Wednesday.
Mrs. J. F. Klllner ot Osceola, la. Is
visiting at the home ot her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A, MoAt31(j. Mr. Klllner
was formerly Miss Maud MeArdl.
Mrs. Ellra Van Hosen and daugnter
Bessie, who bkva been vUlflng their
Ily LA ItACONTEUHE.
The long mantle hero shown Is ex
pressly designed for the woman to whom
tho threo-quartcr length coat Is a bit
unbecoming. This garment Is fashioned
of "Rubls" silk pluah. Tho fullness In
the front Is obtained by "feathering the
garment up on each side at tho neck with
three silk braids. Tho trimming on the
shoulder Is a broad collar of grey fox.
The kimono sleeves are very, loose and
aro edgrfd with the tamo fur.
A huge ornament of silk braid rastens
the wrap In front at tho waist line.
cousin Mrs. George A. Shelter, have re
turned to their homo In hioux City.
Mrs. J. L. Welsh Is visiting friends In
Lincoln and w:in honor guest at one of
the club meetings last week.
CLEAN UP BOARDING HOUSES
Social Service Board Wants Better
Conditions in Omaha.
WELFARE COMMISSION TO AID
Social Scrrlce llonril Wniitn Co-On-erntlon
In rtelfcf of Acalr Con
dition In the Concealed
Bolter boarding house conditions,
cleaner equipment of rooming houses and
a general clean-up of the cheap lodging
nnd boarding house districts will bo do
mnnded by' tho nodal service board of
tho new city planning commission ap
pointed by Mayor Dohlman and tho de
mand for a plan of Improvement will be
backed by the several charitable associa
tions of the city.
Heads of all the social betterment as
sociations In the city will meet with the
social service board next week and airrec
upon what they bcllcvo Is needed and the
welfare commission, as the city plannln;
committee Ib railed, will be nked tb do-
vote considerable attention to tho re
quests of the social servlcu board, mndo
In tho name of nil the organizations.
"What we need is co-opcrntion," said
Chairman T. F. Sturgess, of the soclut
sorvlco board. "There Is no such thlnu
now as far as social betterment associa
tions' work Is concerned. Each organi
zation proceeds nlong Its own course. Ig
noring, usually, all others. We want to
Further, the city ulnnnlntr commlttPB
will bo asked to look to a remedy for:
conditions In congested districts where
children have few or no places to piny.
Chairman Sturgoss believes one of tho
prime needs of the city Is more play
grounds, putting this above a fine boule-
nearlng completion. The goods will be
sent to Chicago. Tho assignment of othtr
employes hore has not yet been learneJ
by Wearings Tags
Sunday was "Tag day" at the First
Mothodlst church. Thoso who attended
tho morning nnd evening church services,
including Epwoith league and Sunday
school, were given a neatly printed tag.
with the Inscription, "1 go to First Meth
odist noxt Sunday. Better come, too."
These aro to bo worn-during the week
Tho plan for next Sunday at tho First
Methodist church Is to give tho strang
ers the test seats nnd a hearty welcome.
Thlo was Indicated In the "Special Note
to negular Attendants" In tho church
bulletin, which said: "In view of t!ie
largo attendance expected next Sunday,
the ushers will not attempt to hold tho
regular scats after 10:50. It will bo the
privilege of our regular people to play
tho part of hosts to the many guests
whom we hope to have with us on that
day." Scats are free tn this church, ( but
It Is the custom of the ushers to seat
regular attendants In the same seats if
they aro there before the hour for serv
ices to begin.
Next Sunday Is to be Girls' day In tho
First Methodist Sunday school. The su
perintendent nnd the regular officer
to bo sidetracked. A young woman will
act as superintendent, with a girl or
woman in charge of all the departments.
RELIEF COMMITTEE AT END
Administration of Big Sum Cost but
One and One-Third Per Cent.
TOTAL IS NEARLY HALF MILLION
Committee of Cltlxonn 711 n lies Klnnl
Acconntlnjf nnd Truster Chosen
to Tnke ChnrRc at What
Money In Left.
Clerk hire and all expenses ot admin
istering the great tornado relief fund of
J420.SS3.B4, cost tho remarkably low sum ot
S,?93.40, or not qulto 14 per cent of th
entire fund. The rest or the money went
to the rel!: of theoe stricken by the
Eoster Sunday tcrnndo a year ngo.
This poln was mad- public at the clos
ing meeting of the committee ot fifty nt
noon Monday, when the books were aud
ited nnd tho committee was dlnchargcd.
I The report showed that tne total ip
Icelpts were $130,863.81. Tho emergency
relief expenditures amounted to $133,336.01.
rru- ..,v,ll,ir fnr restoration WM $282,-
GM.93. Cash In the bank today amounts
to $3,966.5". Of this balance three-fourths
has been appropriated, but not yet drawn.
This leaves somo $2.00) unappropriated.
A committee consisting of Father John
Williams, C. C. Itosowator and Robert
Cowell was delegated us trustees for this
money. The executive committee was
discharged with a rising vote of thanks.
All the records of the work aro to bo
lift on file at the Commercial club.
S. H. ROSS WILL. GO TO
S. H. noss, chemist 111 charsn nt tho
government food nnd drug laboratory in
the federal building, has received w,H
that he will bo attached to iho bursal ol
I'ut-niiairy at Washington. Packing of
tho equipment in tho local laboratory l
BOSTON SYMPHONY IS
NOT COMING TO OMAHA
The Boston 3ymphony orchestra will
not make a contract for engagement In
Omaha at this time. The manager of the
concern was In Omaha on his way to
Kansas City. He looked over the s'tua
tlon hore and said the conditions with ro
guard to the Auditorium precluded all
possibility of entering Into a contract at
For Iliirna, Ilralsen nntl Sored
Tho quickest and surest cure Is' Buck
ten's Arnica Salve. Every household
should have a box on hand all the time.
25c. All druggists. Advertisement.
SPRING STYLE DISPLAY
At Mrs. Stenicka's Millinery
One of the largest and most complete stocks of latest pat
terns and remarkable workmanship at reasonable prices.
1412 South 13th St. Tel. Doug. 6016.
i -9-ta U "fcw r
Kauber s jviiiimery
1424 South 16th St. Tel. Doug. 4666
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Offers to ladles one of the largest and most up-to-date stocks
for Inspection. Style, workmanship and prices oxcel any mil
linery house in the city.
EVERYBODY WELCOME. OPEN EVENINGS.
We Pay Par-
j eel Postage.
of Correction and
Charities in April
Whether Dr. Q. Alexander Young ot
Omaha will "start something" In his
dtscufcsjon ' of mental hygleno when he
appears before tho Stato Association of
Charities and Correction In Omaha April
23 Is a question that many of the dele
gates are, nn'w discussing.' Dr. Young's
paper Is only ono of the many Intel eat
ing papers that are to be read before
tho association at that time. Tho. sub
Ject of Dr. Young'B paper, however, has
led to' somo speculation as tu whether It
will savor ot eugenics, .or whether It Will
take a different turn. Dr. Young is re
maining silent' on tho matter.
Jacob Bllllkopf of Kansas City Is to
be here also, and la to enter Into tho varl
ous discussions of , tho sessions. He Is
n member of thq board of publlo welfare,
.which has attracted considerable attention
In the' Inst few years. Dr. Richard Cabot
of "Boston -and Dr. Jostas Strong of New
Yark also havo boon Invited to appear
on the program.
Every Wanted Weave in Silk and Dress Goods Is Here
A selection without rival in all the west. Better than ever before.
Dress Fabrics for Every Requirement
The Best New Weaves in Silks
New York Experts
Reduce the Force
at Union Pacific
The expert accountants from tho nw
York financial offices of the Union Pa
cific aro still lingering about headquar
ters nere, figuring out how the railroad
company can do a little more retrenching
In order that tho dividends to the stork.
hpldws may be a hit; greater. .Purlng tho
last week they have lopped off half a
d'on 175 to JIC0 per month clerks, put
ling tho work onto those who remain,
in the general managers offices one
clerk who has .been In tho service ten
years has been dlsttOHed of. Tho ha in nr.
of the nxo swinging was In the auditing
departments, it Is also said that out on
the lino sevral clerks and freight hua
tlera who have been receiving salaries of
f Per month havo been- relieved from
tuty. There has been no cut in wasos.
the retrenching having to do only with
the reduction of .forces.
HURLS BRICKS AT PEtiPLE
AND GETS TEN DAYS IN JAIL
Kred Lake of Council njufrt, -who sev
eral months ago was saved from a wat
ery grave In the Missouri river by the toll
collector at the Douglas street bridge, who
after a flerco strugglo on one ot the gird
era Jutting from the span, kept Lake, from
dragging the two of them down to de
struction, was sentenced 1 to ten days In
Jail by Judge Foster. Jjike this time was
attempting to annihilate all the pedes
trlons within the vicinity of Slxteneth
and California streets, by hurling half
bricks at their heads. Offrlcer Joe Hell
made the arrest and appeared against
the fellow . In police court
COMPLAINT FILED FOR
BEATING THEIR BOARD BILL
A complaint was filed against Albert
Will and Mary Turner In police court
for beating a board bill of which they
owed to Mrs. T. 8, Bowers, aced SO-years,
Who conducts a, rooming house at 1134
North Seventeenth street. The two above
mentioned moved from the house with all
of their belongings In the dead of night
leaving nought but their debt behind. Aa
Mrs. Bowers Is an aged woman In meager
curcumstances, M, D, Buttle, a boarder
at her house, took It upon himself to go
to court tn her defense
Printed Crepe de Chine
Stunning printed crepe de chine In
medium and smalt floral effects, Bal
kah. Algerian and Kgyptlan patterns,
In tho newest color tones. 40 Inches
wiae. lard, S.1.BB to 92.95.
$2 Crepes for $1.59
Julllard'a celebrated quality
crepe do chine. In 34 different shades.
40 Inches wide, at, yard, 1.39.
Black Chiffon Taffeta
Black French chiffon taffetas with
a beautiful luster, soft and clinging.
Quality that sells for 11.75. Special
Tuesday, yard. 81.33. vchm
Silks in the Basement
15o foulards, S9o.
G9o messallnes, 39c.
$1 fancy silks, 79o.
Cheney Bros, and Valentine's spot
proof foulards. The well known
kinds, In such a wide array of smart
printings that selection will be an
easy matter. Special, yard, 69o, 85c.
A Speolal Group
64-Inch Toklo crepes.
50-inch French gabardines.
64-lnch black and white check suit
ings. 54-Inch French plaids and cliecku.
Tuesday at, yard, 91.69 to $2.95.
Laces Worth to 50c, at 39c
Dainty 18 and 24-Inch shadow laco flounclngs and 18-Inch shadow
lace allovcrs. Al8o,42-luch nets In plain mesh, embroidered dot and
corded effects. An Immense bargain square piled high. Worth up to
50c. - Tuesday on main floor, yard, 39c.
Embroideries Worth to $1, at 59c
Beautiful 45-Inch embroideries In Irish crochet effects on voile,
crepe and swlts fabrics; 45-Inch skirtings In embroidered crepe. Also
embroidered rice cloth. Included are Wesley corset covers of fine
Imported Swiss. Worth up to J1.00. Tuesday at, yard, 59c.
Silk Suitings Worth $2, at $1.39
All silk suitings. Two'tono twills In beautiful colorings, Copen
hagen, French blues, new greens, wistaria, plum, olive, new browns,
with darker tone and black effects. 32 and 36 Inches wide. $2 quality,
39c Embroideries, 25c Poplins Worth to $3, at $1.95
Fine BWlSB. nnlnnrvttr n.H
corset coverings and flounclngs In
effective designs and a variety of
"tylea. Qualities regularly worth to
39c, Tuesday special, yard, 35c
24 and 27-Inch fine embroidered
swIss flounclngs In beautiful open
work and eyelet effects. Also baby
patterns in hemstitched and ruffled
floupclngs. 24-lnch swlss allovers
and 45-Inch embroidered voile skirt
ings In cream color, for entire
dresses. Kmbrotderles worth up to
50c Tuesday at, yard, 3So.
40-lnch silk and wool poplins. Also plain materlnls to match. A
splendid line of smart street colorings. Regularly wortb tS. Tuesday,
Gabardines Worth $2, at $1.50
Gabardine suitings the new cloth for suits and dresses, in a beau
tiful line of FTench colorings, also cream and black. A 2 quality.
Tuesday, yard, 91. SO.
Fbulc de Serge, at $1.19
French fonle de serge, a soft suiting cloth specially adapted for
spring suits. 50 Inches wide. An unusual value Tuesday, yard, $1.19.
Ask for the New Models
Take them in your hand3 see how
well they look. Select the model that
fits you, and wear a Warner's, conscious
that your figure is correct.
Tho lines of Warner's aro the lines of fashion,
and over them your gowns will look their best.
What Is more, you will still be wearing your
Warner's long after an ordinary corset would
have gone to pieces, because a Warner's is ex
traordinary. This you learn whon you wear them, though
your merchant guarantees them in advance.
They will not rust, break or tear.
You will bo charmed with the new Warner
corsets they are so beautiful, so comfortable
S1.00 to S5.00
Women who know tho advantage of buying the best give prefer
ence to Perrln's gloves. Worn the world over. Sold in Omaha only
Perrlnr short gloves, $l.BO, Perrln's long gloves, $2.83,
$1.76, $2 and $2.25. $3.50 nnd $4.25.
Perrin's Gloves Chosen 4 Quality
All Wool Crepes
The finest all wool 40?Inch crepe
In the market, with a crisp finish. 28
different shades. Including all the
newest street colorings for spring
wear, xuru, uo ana 9.4, y
Dress Goods Basement.
40-lnch serges, 4Cc
62-lnch diagonals, 79o.
36-Inch ribbed crepes. 50c.
AT KQn Fancy laces of all kinds.
Shadow lace and chan
tllly flounclngs and allovers. 1R
lnch fancy beaded and spangled all-
uvers; also goia ana silver criects.
Black silk double net allovers, plain
and fancy figured. 44 Inches wide.
Worth up to $1 a yard. Choice of
the lot, yard, 59o.
AT 98c sl,k chiffon nllovers In
printed floral effects
and gold embossed designs. Silk
ciiautllly lace flounclngs, In black,
white and cream. Shadow lace all
overs In white, cream and ecru, 36
Inches wide. A great variety of new
styles. Worth to S1.50. at, yard., 98o.
Stamped and Tinted Pillow Tops
and Centerpieces. 10c values
two for 5
Linen Color Fringe. Some with
double knot, 10c value, at, per
Here is One of the Best Spring Pumps
T . ... . . . . ... - .
ji ib a gracuiui coioniai styie with buckle, Spanish
heels and extremely long foreparts and narrow toes.
T) St ami nJn. "I . . a. la
ucuuu umuu. uui anu lasnionea oy tne best
shoe makers in the world. Perfect -fitting
lasts that Will hold thnlr Rhnno Pnlsnt IrM
dull kid and satin. Priced at $4.05 and $5.0s!
women's Ankle Strap Pumps
1 Tho ?Iary Jane Btyle 13 Patent dull
.m mm niacK satin. All sizes, $2.48.
Extra Values in Wash Goods Tuesday
Royal Canton r.renon In rnli ran... . . . .
1.7 "?i'lu ...S.SJl" i" r.a"?? new colors. Soft drapyf
material. 25o quality; Tuesday in the basement, yard
novBity wnite suiting and fancy
white piques In 3 to 10-yd. lengths.
A splendid new lot, worth mora
iiitui uuuuie me saie price, iiar-
galg square basement, at, Qq
Scotch mnit inin.. I .
that so many of our customers
have been waiting for have Just
been received. A great new lot on
basement bargain square. 71 .
yard f V2 0
Wb Will Rail ll.nn.,., . . :
9 ll "P1"-. 1 'enty of sales people. On sals all dav T A D
A.V. Tuesday In our great basement salesroom! " t ?l Q2u
Shirting and walstlsg madras.
32 Inches wide. Stripes of various
widths and colors; also pretty fig
ured and Jacquard effects. Every
yard Is worth 25c Basement bargain
square at. yard. 13Ho.
Egyptian tissue Is by far the
most desirable fabric for women's
and children's wear. Kor street
and house dresses It Is Ideal, Light
weight and absolutely fast colors.
All the pretty checks, stripes.
Plaids and novelty effects In 1914
patterns. Also plain colors. 28
Inches wide, at, yard, 18o.
Black and white stripe washable
sllkH suitable for women's blouses
nnd men's shirts. 32 inches wldo.
at, yard. 35c.
Corded cllk In lavender, tan.
peach, brown, white. Copenhagen.
36 Inches wide. Worth to 6O0 a
yard. Just a few bolts to close
out. at. yard. 33o.
Xrlsh linen. Snow white and pure
linen. A medium weight for
dta?es ,and waists. The 45-Inch
width. Worth 50c. Special Mon
day, yard, 35c.
Aurora Sunfast drapery fabrics.
50 Inches wide. All colors, yard, 91 .8.5,
Kopack Sunfast drapery allk. 48
Inches wide. All colors, yartr.f.1.50.
Orlnoka Sunfast drapery fabrics.
An unlimited variety of new spring
patterns. In attractive colorings. 50
inches wide. Yard. 9 So, S1.50, 11.38.
Puritan cretonnes. Our stock of
this popular fabric includes hundreds
of the moat pleading effects at mod
erate prices. Yard, 3 So, sse, SSo, 450,
40-lnch etamlne, with finished
edge, yard, 390,
50-Inch bungalow nets, special,
. JS-lnch double
border voiles, at,
New Hair Goods for Spring
Second Floor and Pompeian Room
Tho new fine fluffy hnir switches will
add to the chic appearance of your coiffure
when you wear your new spring suit.
hair, 2.50 val- d 85
ue, on sale at. v 1
c ,.... 28-inch Beautiful Brlt
Spmclai Attention ai switches, permanent
fo Childrtn't weave, triple stem, 10
WorAt. value, special, $4.50.
20-Inch Natural Fine
Fluffy Switches, 7C
usual $1,50 value. O
Hair Dressing. Mani
curing, Facial Massage,
Shampooing and Beauty
Cultures by Export
New Spring Ribbons
nibbons are very much In vogue
thU spring. For trimming gowns,
hats and a score of other novel ways
thi" 18 U'hlnB prettier or newer.
Btrlpf 1 Ribbons are very effective
for girdles, hat trimming and un
usually good for children's sashes.
Soman Stripes, fancy brocades and
gold brocades of the richest and most
exquisite character are much In de
mand, a8 well as floral cretonne ef-
fetsJnv,,Bht..Rnd dark -rounds.
aold brocades for hat crowns and
trimmings; also velours In all the
new spring colorings.
An unusually bsautlful line of
moire and sat n ribbons in the new
shades. Including tango, mahogany,
etc.. at. yard. 89o to 63c.
raacjr warp Prints. 4 to inches
wide. at. yard. 85c
ttr,t.uHIarly' Phasing effects
combined with laces, for sheer waists
and gowns, t Inches wide, at. yd.,860.
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