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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914.
iSIX DRUGGISTS ARE TRIED!
City Dads Will Give Decision on
License Rcvocal Tuesday.
DIRECT FIRE AT PETERSON
Monday, March 30, 1914.
RE tbe living models wearing flesh-colored boslory?" someone
askiid at the style show. I looked at the speaker stao was a
dear old lady dressed In gray and was gazing Intently through
her torgnettes. "I wasn't Bure," she said. She evidently had
been reading the Parisian stylo books.
A number of Omaha women have been wearing the gray hosiery with
tho black colonial pumps and with the tango shoes, and last summer many
wore white hosiery, with black shoes, but the flesh-colored ones are a now
fad, and really are quite attractive.
,'What a smart way to wear your barette," said another of the women
attending, who was evidently making a mental noto, and would try It as
soon as she reached home. Tho baretto was set with rhlncstones and waa
worn bias across tho back of tho hair. Tho hat was one of the novol spring
styles high in the back, and showed tho hair and baretto to great ad
vantage. Parasols to match tho vestecs of the afternoon Bults was another
novelty, as well as parasols to match the bats.
They all seem to ,have tho tango walk, and I couldn't help wondering
if one could do tho walk without music.
Oh, what a lot of men there were to seo the styles. I did not know
they were so interested.
Phi Gamma Delta Pig Dinner.
Local member of tho Fhl Gamma
Delta fraternity gave their annual pic
dinner Saturday evening at tho Uni
versity club. According to tho old cus
tom, the oldest frat man present receives
the head of the pie and the youngest, the
tall. Mr, E. C. Huston, whose son I
also a Phi Gamma. Delta, came from
Tekamah to claim, the head. The young
est man was Mr. H. Fltrgerald of
Louisiana, who attends Ames college.
Tho Omaha Alumni association elected
the following officers: Charles V. Junod,
president; Frederic W. Thomas, vlco
president, David W. Armstrong of New
York, who has reoxntly corns to Omaha,
second vice president; Wallace Troup,
stcretary and treasurer.
A large number of out-of-town men
Time Has Proved
FOR THIRTY-TWO YEARS dis
criminating women have placed
their confidonco In Mrao. Iso boll's
Toilet Preparations. Chemical
analysis and tests provo them to
be composed of the highest grudo
ingredlonts and to be chemically
pure. No substitute offorod you
has behind It the long experience,
the oxact knowledge ot what each
ingrodtent will do, and the export
skill In compounding that makos
Mmo, Isa'beU'a Toilet Prepara
tions so superior to all others.
Other Beauty Requisites
Mm. In'ttfU'i Turklih Bith Oil, Ma sd 11.00.
tm, iirMiri t-iquitut irto j-owaar, oc
nni. in hii'i rvttum uiuin nous, too.
Mm. iM'tetl's note Bluih Stick, lisust, Sic
Mm. Im'UU's Ulsa lUnd VMUier, lie.
Hat. iM'bcll'i SVIn Food tad Wrlnkl Fnitt.
Wo and il.oo.
Mm. iM'b.ll'i Fl.ih Warm Kridlutor. 11.00.
Mmt, l('bH's V. C. P;IUtorr rovdtr. 11.00.
Sold by Oood Stores Svtrywhtra
Tli Bran dels Btorss.
Tfcoms Xllpstrlck Oo.
Thompson, Vsldcu ft Oo.
OSXTKAZi DBUQ ETOSES.
Beaton Brng Co.,
JSth and Farnam Sta.
Bll Drug Co
1316 Farnsm BL
B. W. Bsstsn,
ISth and Dodge Bta.
Xslns Drug Oo
16th una Dougis Sts.
13th and Douglas Sts,
16th and Karnam Sts.
Tlia Owl DrUff Oo..
16th and Jtaruey Sts.
Paxton KottI Pharmacy,
J 6th and Harney cits.
Pope Drug Co.,
13th and l-'arnom Sts.
nermaa & KcOoaneU Drug Oo
lUth and Dodge HU.
Bhtrmsn ft KcOon&sU Drug Oo
207 North 16th St.
U<t-Docskal Drur Oo.,
1 7 tli and Farnam Sts.
WSBT SIDE DHUO 8TOR8B.
84th and Farnam Sts.
K. S. Xing,
Hill and Farnam Sts.
O. B. Xiatfcrop,
40th and Farnam Sts.
SOUTH SIDE DBUO STOBBB.
13th and William Sts.
:80S Leavenworth St
Stth and Leavenworth Sts.
3. X. Orsea,
Parle Avt.. and Pacific.
Ores&ough ft Co
Tenth and Hickory Sts.
Baaseont Park Pharmacy,
Park Ave. and Woolnortli.
A. I.. HcXf,
Pttk Ave. and Leavenworth.
SOtJTK OKAKA DKUO BTOBXS.
9, X'. Clark.
Kslehsr Brag Oo,
C. p. Tobln.
HOBTK BIBB DKUO BTOBBS.
Adaua-Kalght Drag Co
34th and Lake Sts.
Adaas-XUsight Brag Oo
34th and Fort Sts.
17th and Cuming Sis.
Wjn. O. Kaydec
34th and Qlnney Bta.
1 4th and Seward Sts.
Saratoga Dmr Oo
:4 th and Aves Ave.
Shasflsr Brng Co
16th and Chicago Sts,
J. X. Schmidt,
34th and turning Sts.
Sallsr Brng Oo
31S North JMh St.
COTJsTCXX, BBUPrS BBVO BTOBBS.
Clark Brug Oo
Uroadway and Stain.
Oso. . Bavls,
309 West nroadway.
Trick Brtr Oo
Uroadway and Sixth.
BeU O. Morgan.
143 West firoadway.
Wssner ft Cowlss,
Willow Ave. and Main.
Seventh and Broadway.
Made by Mme. Ise'bell
353 Xo. Michigan Ave Chicago, X1L
If roar duttr's Mm I cot U U aboi. lltl
k a set Mm. ItCUII'a Tllet lTptttoDi
(or r Iron bl wnolcuU drusxUt,
were present at tho dinner and an enjoy
able evening was spent. A partial list of
thoso attending were:
W. II, Cheek.
W. 13, McDonald,
R. D. Horton,
Chester Dudley of
C. F. Junod,
D. C. Biieli.
J. M. Harding,
11. O. Morehead.
E. C. Sage,
J. II. Drain,
n. Huston of
H. Fitzgerald or
11. Mengold of
1'rlnce of Web
C. Hrldge of
U. Orlffln of
W. Hopewell of
H, Van Ouaen.
E. C. Huston of
Samuel Buck of
J C. I-etlcr,
E. A. Tlose,
T. II. Matters, Jr.;
Jennlng of Amea
Dunlap of Amej
Sliugart of Ames
H. M. Coopjr ot
Fred niebel, jr.;
Attornr) for tlm Ilrfcnsc Concen
trnte Tlirlr Allnck Upon Special
Officer Who Rnthrrcd
Fred Handjrs ot
Leonard Hurts of
H. T. 1'nrker of
P. Wolcott ot
r. W. Armstrong,
Kent Thorncll ot
It. Thomas of
G. G. Maggl ot .
11. T. Johnion of
Fred Hurts ot
P. Kimball of
Dr, It. 1). Adams of
n. B. Fisher.
H. H. McCUllough,
II. M. IJroucy ot
John Burket of
Lloyd Hurdle of
T'rank Bockon ot
W. A. Ilaceloy of
CJrorge Racelcy of
For the Future.
Mrs. John Battln will glvo a luncheon
for Miss Kllzaboth Lewis ot Lyons Falls,
N. Y Friday.
Mrs. Qeorgo Pray and Mrs. E. A.
Beardsley will give" a bridge party Fri
Auction Bridge- Luncheon.
Mrs. A. W. Oilman gave nn auction
bridge luncheon today at her home In
celebration ot tho birthday of Mrs. Inez
Oilman Walto of New York City, who has
been spending tho winter here. A birthday
cake and bouquets of sweet peas and
daffodils formed the decorations tor the
luncheon. Tho guests Included:
Trial of six druggists for violation of
liquor ordinances In that they made sales
without requiring purchasers to sign a
register was completed by the city com
mission and a decision as tu whether the
druggists' licences shall bo revoked or
not will bo announced today.
Attorneys for tho druggists concen
trated their flro on Special Officer O. P.
Peterson, who obtained the evidence for
Pollco Commissioner A. C. Kugel. They
sought to show that Peterson's testimony
was not corroborated, while that of the
druggists was upheld by disinterested
City Attorney John A. Rlne, who had
chargs of the prosecution, said ho could
assure tho council that It the licenses
wero revoked ho could uphold tho deci
sion In the higher courts. Attorney Louis
Plattl accused Rlno of being too zealous
In tho causfl. "Do yoti think you ars
trying inurdorers hero?" he demanded, j
Attempts wero mado In the closing i
coses, as In tho othors, to show that
Peterson was not a reliable witness and
that ho had tricked his friends, tho drug
gists, Into violations of law. James Van
dls, brothor of a clerk In tho Red Cross
pharmacy, Upheld his brother's statement
denying that the brother had said tho
store had "protection" and that he had
declared all tho "city commission bunch"
wero "right" except Ktigel.
Kugel Denies He is to
Take European Trip
Friends of Pollco Commissioner A. C.
Kugel, thinking to strengthen his popu
larity, aro circulating a repot that tho
brewers havo raised a fund to "glvo
Kugel and Ills family a year In Europe."
Tho report was common at the city hall
Monday, Kugel approached on tho subject,
vehemently denied .that ho was giving
tho proposition favorablo consideration,
qr that he hod even heard of It.
Just what would' bo gained by Kugel's
trannfor to Europe for a year his friends
do not nay.
W. N. Doward,
I. eroy Gillespie,
II. Q. Mitthes.
C. O. Wilson,
W. F. Haas,
"W. J. Pickering,
Inez O, Watte,
W. F. Malonoy,
C F. Behnan,
C. B. Coon,
J. C. Bishop,
II. O. Steele.
O. 8. Goodrich,
T. J. Foley,
Olivia Oilier of
I. H. F. Club Entertained.
Meeting of I. H. F. club wa given by
Mrs. Mildred 8hrousa at the homo of
Mrs. J. A. Sunderland. Mutlcal games
furnished the amusement. Miss Hazel
Solomon and Miss Helen Curtlcs gave
several piano selections. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dale entertained
thu members ot the Harmony club at
their home Saturday evening. Those
Mr. and Mrs. John Robblns,
Mr and Mrs. R. J. Dinning,
Mr, and Mrs. li. A. Benson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ewlng,
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. W. U Belby,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bates.
Mr. ond Mrs. R. D. Pollard.
Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Baker,
Mr. and .Mrs. A. W. Hcrlbncr,
Mr. tind Mrs. F. L. McCoy,
Mr. and Mrs. D. v. sholes,
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Munger,
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dale.
Cotume Surprise Party.
Miss Edith Uurghardt and Miss Evelvn
rierennett cavo a costume surprise party
Friday evening for Mr. Douglas Burg
hardt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. C.
Burghardt. The decorations were Jap
anese, juose present were;
Glndys Venerable. Ruth Fettrson
Clarence Hultgreen. Roluld Rookwell
........ "tnir. jiaroia iseiiu.
George Reynolds, Rob Anderson.
A daughter was born Thursday to Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Glndell ot Pouchkeeni
N. Y. Mrs. Glndell was formerly Miss
naici viarKion ot this city.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs,
Henry Hornung Saturday noon.
In and Out of the Bee Hive. , !
Mr. Brlnkley Evans, Mr. Fred Caldwell !
and Mr. Robert Joyce of Lincoln spent!
Sunday In Omaha. ,
Mrs. Fred M. Hoye and Miss Florence I
Hoye have returned from three weeks at
Excelsior Springs. Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Shaekleford, who'
have spent the winter In California, and ,
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Marshall !
of Spokane, Wash., returned Thursday.
Mrs. Bentlry McClotid of Chicago, who 1
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Olmsted, will remain a wek longor. i
Mrs. Inez Oilman Walte of New York I
City, who has been spending the winter
here, will lonve June 1, to spend the sum
mer In Lewlston, Me,
By LA RACOXTEUSK.
In this afternoon froek ot "Boise de
Rose" duvetyn, the bodice, with Its low
armhole, shows a seml-fltted Bleeve, fin
ished by h small flounce and a band ot
skunk. The same fur trtma the front
and tho neck. Tha front opens over a
small vest ot gold gutture.
The belt Is ot draped satin of the same
tono as the frock. Tha small tunic tails
over the skirt In a pannier shape and 'a
caught up by a band ot skunk. The skirt
Is a one-piece model, draped over tho
knee In deep crosswise folds.
Now sales every day during Anniversary Week, and none more attractive than those prepared for Tuesday. Every
item mentioned here is a bargain wonder, and there are hundreds more. You will profit immensely by coming Tuesday.
Worth $5.00 to $7.50
on Sale Tuesday, S2.49
Five Styles Illus
ry. -in aw s f r Li i
These hats were designed and made by one of the leading millinery con
cerns of the east, which never permits its products to be sold at less than
$5 to $7. Because they were anxious to secure a portion of our regular
trade, they ottered us this lot of 500 hats so that we can sell them in the An
niversary Sale at less than wholesale cost.
Made of high grade braids and straws in fashionable new shapes and
colors, elaborately trimmed in flowers and ribbons. Every hat is indi
vidual, there are no duplicates. The illustration shows five representative styles.
All aro actually worth $5 to $7; your choice of 500 in tho basement Tuesday. .
Anniversary $1.00 Sale of Footwear
Ono of the blKKest events of this wonderful series of barealn sales Is
this sensational offering of footwear In tho basement Tuesday. Two thou
sand pairs of shoes, pumps and oxfords selected especially for this sale
from lines regularly worth two aud three times as much an assortment
that Includes hundreds of new and correct styles, providing for your
spring needs at a splendid saving. All these on sale at jgl Tuesday:
WOMEN'S OXFORUS In button and ribbon tie styles. Dull
leather, patent or calf. Regular prices $2.50 and $3.00.
WOMEN'S PUMPS) Of patent leather, dull or tan calfskin or
satin. Regularly worth $2.50 up to $3.50.
AVOMEN'S VELVET SHOES In light and dark gray. Worth
up to $3.50.
-WOMEN'S SATIN SLIPPERS In. pink, blue vor Tyhlte. All new
aud clean, and worth $2.50. '
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S $2.00 oxfords and pumps..
MEN'S OXFORDS AND SHOES Odd lots) only about 200 pairs.
All wonderful values at the price.
Anniversary Sales in Basement Apparel Sections
Pretty Spring Suits, $
worth $10 to $15, at
They aro of fine serges, crepes, fancy mix
tures, novelty cloths. Cut on the very latest
lines aud new ideas in short jackets, lace col
lars, new sleeve effects. Many with tier
skirts. Complete line of sizes. All worth
$10, $12.50 and $15. Choice Tuesday in base
$4 to $7 Wash Dresses, $198
Women's and misses spring and summer wash
drosses In flno ratine, tissue, voile, swls&es, lawns and
linen crash. Manufacturer's samples of dresses, made
to sell at $4, $5, $0 and $7. Choice d- no
Tuesday, In tho basement .-. P J. 0
Regular 59c Aprons, 37c
Women's bungalow stylo aprons In ginghams and
porcale, with cap to match. Belt back, big pockets.
All tape trimmed. 59c values, Tuesday, Q7
In basement, at O C
Smart Spring Coats,
worth up to $10, at
Great lot of fine looking long and short
coats in good spring weight mixtures, checks,
stripes and novolty cloths. Two hundred in
the lot, giving a very satisfactory variety
from which to choose. Many worth as high
as $10. Tuesday, in basement, at $2.98.
$1 to $150 Wash Waists, 38c
Three thousand white and colored wash waists of
every description. Made of lawns, tissues, llnene,
voiles, crepes and madras. Middy and Balkan blouse
shirt styles. Low or high necks. Regular OO
$1, $1.25 and $1.60 values, Tuesday OOC
$1 to $1.50 House Dresses, 67c
Twenty-four styles in women's and misses' house
dresses. Fine ginghams, lawn, madras and percale,
with embroidery trimmings, fancy collars. Actually
nuiiu fi, ti,u ana ?i.ou. un saie luesaay,
in me oasement ,
Other Anniversary Bargains Picked at Random
38 and 40-inch fancy white crepes, 25c mn
value; basement square, yard Jj
27 and 36-inch silk and cotton wash 101 n
fabrics; worth double, yard 2(J
Moonlight, Meadowbrook and Seneca Qn
pillow cases; muslin dept., at 5JJ
Fairhaven, full standard, seamless J rn
bleached i sheets'; 65c value., fUU
Regular 50c embroidered scalloped pil- Qftn
low cases, size 45x36, each fcuu
Regular 50c fancy embroidered pillow in
cases, sizo 45x36, basement q(j
Yard-wide 'standard quality bleached fl . n
muslin, soft finish, yard r2u
Non-shrinkablo 11-4 'wool blank- nn Ifl
ets, $4 would be a low price, pair. . I3ts4lj
50c silk and cotton jacquard crepe, jpn
now street and oveuing shades, yard. . y(j
27-inch mercerized linen, yarn dyed, in.
plain colors; 25c quality, yard JJG
36-inch wide imperial long cloth in nfn
12-yard bolts; $1.20 value, bolt 0 SJ G
Ohiffon, net and shadow lace ruffling; mn
qualities worth to 25c, yard Uu
Peri lustre crochet cotton; regular 15c p
spools, special Tuesday, at Jj(J
worth $1 and $1.25
One hundred sample pieces
flno quality Imported shadow
flouncings. Many are silk, 18 to
27 Inches wide. All the .very
newest designs. Qualities worth
$1 and $1.25. Tuesday Anni
versary Sale special, 40c.
Pebeco Tooth Taste
Regular 50c size. . . .
Java Rice Pare Tow
dor. Regular 60c box. .
25c size for
Pulmollve Soap. 10c
size cake, 2 for
35c size for
Peroxide of Hydrogen.
1-lb. bottles for
Turkish towels, stamped to embroider, iq
size 23x45, 39c quality q
2-clasp pure silk gloves, double tipped, nrn
seconds of 50c quality fcUu
16-button double tipped pure silk
gloves, seconds of $1 quality
50c waist union suits for boys and girls,
taped seams and buttons ,
15e quality "M" knit waists for boys
and girls; ages 2 to 12, at
Women's 75c union suits, cuff and um
brella knee styles, Tuesday
women's nandkercnieis, plain white ni
or with colored borders, 5c grade. . .y 2 (J
Women's hosiery, all black or with white rn
feot, Tuesday special, at gQ
Men's silk plaited hose, regularly t)n
worth 25c, anniversary special . . . 4,2 (j
Umbrellas, seconds of the $1 quality, qnft
anniversary sale Tuesday UuC
18-inch cotton crash, 10c quality; main p
floor and basement, at, yard. . Qy
Cotton huck towels, regular value 10c, Lft
main floor, at, each 4 G
All linen silver bleached damask, 62- nnn
inch, worth 59c, at, yard ijQU
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