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THE BEE: O:niIA, WEDNESDAY, VPRIL S, 1914
'erlck Whiting for the grand operas to be
FAIR EXHIBITORS WITHDRAW
U. P WOULD STOP ACTION
lej?ed shrinkage of Kraln In shipment nnd
errois In uelghlnff, the t'nlon Pacific
Kallroad company has asked the district
court to enjoin the further prosecution of
It Is predicted that the outcome of the
Injunction will be of considerable impor
tance to railroads and shippers of grain
f"r the reason that interpretation of ship
ping contracts Is Imolvcd These con
tracts provide that the railroad shall not
be liable for apparent loss Of grain from
natural causes, from thos beyond the
! control of the company nor from errors
made by shippers In weighing It
Riven there the latter part of the week.
From there Mr. and Mil, Clark will ko
to Fort Hlley to visit Captain and Mra.
Will Cowln. alio of this city. They plan
to remain went until June, and will attend
the May pageant In HI. l,ouls next
IN SUITS AGAINST IT
AllceInK that It Is hrinc llnfnlrlv 1,nr.
Fonr Omaha Implement Houses Will
Not Show Wares at Lincoln.
asscd bjr suits brought In Justice courts In
various parts of the state by the Omaha
DECLARE COST IS EXORBITANT
cieaior company, for damages for at-
Tuesday, April 7, 1914.
THE tango and otlior new dances are developing all kinds of in
genuity, not only In making up new stops, but In house arrange
ments to nccomniodnto tbo dancers.
One evening last week, a certain host was entertaining ;i
number of his friends. at his home. It was not lolig before every one was
discussing the tango, the hesitation, the one-stop and the variations to
these dances. ,
"Now, If I could Just show you this now stop," said one of tho
guests, but, alas, thoro was too much furniture, rugs, electric lamps,
plants and other things in tho way.
"Wait a few minutes," said tho Ingenious host, and ho disappeared.
After about twenty minutes he reappeared, somewhat warm 'and dis
heveled, but smiling.
"Follow me," ho said, and led his guests to tho basement. Thee
waa a smoth cement floor with abundant space for dancing, ' tho room
being about 20 by 30 or more. Dy giving the floor a. heavy coating of
wax, It was excellent for dancing. , .
The vlctrola was quickly brought from' "tho living room and a real
dancing party was enjoyed. - .
Mrs. K. A. Anderson entertained at her
heme Monday evening for the Sapphire
club, Miss Anna I.lnde. whose enRSKC
mcnt has Just been announced, received
a bouquet of American Beauty roses. The
decorations wcre-plnk carnations. Covers
were laid for:
J. K. Henatrora,
P. J. Llnde,.
ivy Miller. .
F. Arthur Henstrom,
Mr. II. V. Itufiner entertained the mem
bers, of the Pagalco club at his residence,
1O0 Lothrop, Satunlay evening. ProBres
slve hlsh five was played and prizes won
by Misses Frances Mulhollond, Pessle
Antony and Messrs. J. II. Jaske ,nnd T.
M. Carlisle. Refreshments were served.
Those present were:
Ethel Mulholland, land, Malvern, la.,
Itose Dixon, Korrlne Saunders,
H. B. nuffner,
T). D. Callahan,
K, V, Kelly,
11 a. Hurmer of
B. n: Ituffnr,
O. B. Penner,
0, J. White,
J. 11. JaBke,
T. M. Cari:sle.
Mrs. It. A. Dodge.
Mrs. W. E. Dcakln entertained Monday
afternoon at n children's party to cele
brate her daughter, ' Dorothy's, sixth
birthday. Those present were little:
Mildred Hornbtoom, Myra Patrick.
Mrs. E. P. Honncssy was hostess at an
auction haildge party Saturday afternoon
at her home. Daffodils' sand yellow
shaded candles were used In .decoration.
Those present were:
"W. J. Crcedon,
the hostess were Mrs. loldor V.lcglcr, Mrs.
J. A. C. Kennedy and' Mrs. Milton lien
Miss Eva Kornmayer entertained nl an
Orpheuttt theater party this afternoon,
foltowcd by. luncheon at tho Dutch Mill.
Pink and whlto roses wero used In tho
decorations and Easter novelties for
favors. The -party was accompanied by
Miss Joscphlno Orant nnd 'Mrs. John D.
Kornmayer. The guests Included:
havcr, Elizabeth Peregoy,
Virginia , White.
In and Out of the Bee Hiv.e.
Mrs. Fred Hill has returned from a
visit In Kansas City. .
Mr. John A. Mooro left last wesk to
spend two months In Shenandoah valley,
his former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mets will leave this
evening for New York and Washington
to spend, several weeks.
Miss Margaret Clayton of 91. Louis Is
expected this week to visit her cousin,
Miss Uuth Slabaugh.
Mrs. F. It. Straight and Mrs. D. E.
SlcCuUey and children aro expected home
Wednesdny from California!
Miss Allco Lockwood. who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. A. Mlnlck,
for three months, has returned to her
home In Rochester, N. Y.
Mrs. Charles Kountxo has returned
from tho east, whero ahe went to spend
tho Easter holidays with her .son. Den-
man, Ebo waa called homo by the serious
lllnero of her father, Samuel Burns.
AmontT the visltorn hero Is Mrs. A. C.
Rowhethor of Rock Island, 111. 8ho came
to bo present at the golden wedding colo
uration of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. John Q. Brandt, nnd Is a guest of
their daughter, Mrs. J. C. Drcxel, and
will remain through the week, during
which time a number nf affair will be
given in her honor.
Mrs. Hoxlo Clark of Villa Bclvldere, N.
Y., arrived thla mornlns to visit her
mother, Mra. Ella Squires. Mr. Clark
will arrive tomorrow, and Friday they
wilt leave for Kansas City, aocompanted
by Mrs.' Squires, In Kantas City they
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
Club Backs Up the
Parcel Post Raise
Opposition of the Commercial club's
postal affairs committee to the proiosed
increase In parcel post maximum wolghla
from fifty to 100 iounds was endorsed by
tho club's executive committee at Its
weekly, luncheon and meeting nt noon.
Omnha's "cleanup" campaign for Friday
nnd Saturday, April IT nnd IS, also was
npproved by tho committee, along with
the work and purpose of tho Nebraska
Conference of Charities and Correction,
which meets In Omaha April 26 to 30.
Fifteen new members were elected, In
cluding Rev, P. M. Llndberg. who Is
pastor and trensurer tf the Immanuet
Deaconess Institute. Request by Btato
Consul II, D. Waldron that the club help
promote the erection of Lincoln Highway
arches Rt the Douglas street bridge and
In Falracrcs was referred to the good
I'rlnrlpnl Ilrnson for Action Is Snlil
to Rent I'pon nn Allrecl Exces
sive Kxprnne of Xliotr
Connell Has Close
Call to Losing Out
on His Automobile
Dr. R. W. Connell. the city health com
missioner, was almost deprived of an
automobile by tho city council through
the oversight of Police Commissioner A.
C. Kugcl, Dr. Connell's superior officer.
Kugcl Introduced a resolution ordering
tho sale of the health commissioner's car
to the highest bidder. Without a whimper
of.protcst tho resolution carried,
Following this resolution there came an
other, Instructing the clerk to advertise
for bids for a new machine for the health
commissioner. And hero the council
balked. Tho old machine was ordered sold
liu they would riot buy n new one.
Finally, after several protests and two
negative votes had been explained away,
the resolution was referred to the com
mittee' of the whole for discussion.
Roo's Bound Over on
. Walter Rods, 2102 South Twenty-fifth
street,1 waa bound over to the district
court on tl.000 bonds, furnished by his
father on a charge of wjfe abandonment.
Roos waa brought to Omaha Monday
fcvcnlng from Milwaukee by Detective
William Dovcreese. It is charged that
early In January he abandoned his 19-year-old
wife of a day, Edna Roos, who
at present la living with hor parents at
2319 St. Mary's avenue.
GREEN IS TO TALK TO
THE REAL ESTATE MEN
W. II. Green has Just returned from the
south, 'where he spent tho winter. He
wilt speak at this noon's meeting of
the Omaha Ileal Estate exchange on tho
subject, "What In tho , Matter With
Omaha, and How to Rectify it." A lively
discussion Is expected, as most of the
members aro under the Impression that
there is nothing the matter with Omaha.
The threatened boycott of fair exhibits
by Implement manufacturers and Jobbers
all over the country took definite form
In Omaha Monday night, when four of
the largest local Implement houses an
nounced that they would not exhibit their
machinery at tho state fair at Lincoln
next September. This decision was made
publlo at tho monthly meeting of the
Omaha and Council Bluffs Implement
club, with representatives of twenty-six
Jobbing houses, doing an annual business
of over tl3.O0O.O0O, present, and alt threat
ening to follow suit.
Excessive expenses connected with the
fair exhibits, Including what were al
leged to bo exorbitant charges by dray
men and tent and awning companies,
wero given as reasons for the withdraw
als from the list of exhibitors. The
firms that led the bolt were the John
Deere Plow company, the Parlln & Orcn
dorff Plow company, the Ltnlnger Im
plement, company and tho Western Rock
Island Plow company. The combined ex
hibits of these companies at the fair
compriso the larger part of tho machinery
Member of Ilonrd Here
President Joseph Roberta of the State
Board of Agriculture and President C.
H. Rudge of tho Board of State Fair
Managers were present at Monday's
meeting of the Implement men, In the
hope of smoothing over the difficulties.
Their efforts do not appear to have been
successful, however, and they left Omaha
In addition to charges that tho draymen
and tcntmon were permitted by tho fair
board to combine and "bleed" the ma
chinery exhibitors during fair week, com
plaint also was made that tho system of
Issuing exhibitors' tickets at the fair was
Inadequate nnd unsatisfactory.
Persistent Advertising Is tho Suro Road
to Business .Success.
Give Your Children
Children should eat meat sparingly. , A
great many mothers give their little ones
too much meat, under, tho mistaken Im
pression that it will make them strong.
It might surprlso you to know that a
lOo package of Faust Spaghetti contains
four times as much nutrition as one
pound of tho finest tenderloin steak.
Easier digested, also. "One of the finest
meals you could give a child Is a big
Plato of Faust Spaghetti and bread and
Here's a chance to cut down tho high
cost of living by eating more Faust Spa
ghetti and less meat.
Send for our new reclpo book and find
out how many fine, appetizing dishes you
can mako of Faust Spaghetti. Buy a
package today Sc and 10c.
St. Louis Missouri
Rnre Oriental Rays.
Orchard & Wllhelm's display of Oriental
Rugs this week should not, be missed.
The rao antiques arid unusual rugs
shown aro welt worth a special effort to
Y afrifrar Is extremely beneficial
Lricmei, ln ggg of Diabetes.
Plmir Rheumatism, Dyspepsia
WUI Kidney and Liver trou
bles and diseases requiring a special
diet. Twelve-pound sack, post paid,
9 1-75. Special discount to dealers.
The Gluten Co., Itod Cloud, Neb.,
Miss M"ay Hantlng.
Benefit Card Party.
The W. C.,0. F. will give a card party
Thursday evening. Apt 11 16, at ft. Mnry
MagtValena hall, Nineteenth nnd Dodgo
streets, for the benefit of tho church.
The Busy Bees of the I.Adles of the
Modern. Maccabees will be entertained at
the homo of Mrs. Maude Halloway on
Missionary from China.
.Miss Frances Taft of China.- working
under the National Board of Christian
missions, will arrive In Omaha thla even
ing to be the guest of Mrs. C. W. Hayes,
president of the Omaha Woman's club,
for a short stay. Miss Taft. la associated
In. her work in China with Mlsa IUitti j
Faxson, sister of Mrs. Hayes and Mlsa
Susan Paxson of the Omaha High school.
Miss Taft. 'Who was born In China, In
on her way to the east for a visit with
her parents, who are also engaged In
Sooial Affairs Planned.
Mrs. O. J. Ingwersen has Issued in
vitations for a tea neit TOesday after
noon from 3 to 5 In honor of Mrs. W. R.
Mrs. Charles Fremont McOrew will en
tertain at two lunches next week on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Ralph Peters will give a email
luncheon Monday In honor of Miss Bertha
Mrs. John Macfarland and Mra. Latham
Davis had a delightful program Sunday
afternoon at their studio rhuslcale. Mr.
Harry Dlsbrow sang -several solos, ac
companied by Mrs. Dlsbrow, while a
number of solos were sung by Mrs. Beu
lah Dale Turner, who was accompanied
by Mrs. Eloise Wood Mllllkcn. Mitt
Marie Swanson gave selections on the
harp. Miss Hazel Wilcox and Miss Frlda
Paustlan, two violin duets, accompanied
at tbo plario by. Miss Elolse West and
Miss Joy Hlgglns gave readings.
The children's party planned for this
afternoon by Mrs. William Stull for her
little son. William, Jr.. and for llttlo
Mlsa Delia Diets Hudson of Kentucky,
guest of Mrs. C. N Diets, has been in
definitely postponed, as Master William
Stull Is suffering-with an attack, of the
grip. Mrs. Stull and son plan tn leave
shortly for thetr summer home In
Mrs. Charles 8. Klgutter entertained at
children's parts Monday afternoon In
celebration of the fifth birthday of her
little daughter, Katherine. There wei
children's games and favors and twenty
two little .guests, mostly in the Immedlat
attlgbborhood. were present tstctlng
New Showing of Bedroom Furniture
IjfTo" 1 Oo O 1
.MASS1VK SCROLL RED,
Circassian Walnut, Oak
"Wo lmve just checked into stock another qnrlond of new bed
room furniture. In this assortment there aro many now stylopiecos
in Circassian AValmit, Bird's Eye Maple and Mahogany, as well as
Golden Oak and VJiito Enamel.
High clnss patterns and first class Avorkmanship at MOD
Beaton & Later Co.
415-17 South 16th St.
Payments if you wish
Mr. Successful American Bays:
"New York is the town from
which radiate ideas, inspira
tion and pleasure, and The
Martinique is the centre of it."
We here condense a hatch of
typical lettera from guests of
The Martinique into a com
posite expression of opinion :
" Personal service, good cheer
and good food, luxurious ap
pointments .refinement, modern
methods and the milk o' human
kindness, are the -wholesome
thla fiortrfttl fuif nkfttolriDkcr cam. AAimnlm ilt Tt. f
Used the pictures ol twcatrnVs WaVss d '" ' "- "
M?r&-to a good place to atay
Orie HOTEL MARTINIQUE
as a 1 a
W.U., CWlsr. Jr.. lbs nAiis cf l ay lor
MS. SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN
To make i
32nd to 33J StrMt
13 AND FIlbert Streets.
2 Minutes From PENNSYLVANIA
anO PHILADELPHIA 6 READING-TERMINALS
NEAR TO EVERYWHERE.
ude Jgooms xchA
Popular Cafe, Grill
and Restaurant or
Jamm C.Walsh. tJyLgyr
M ttPi BlkHI DB IfW . 1
Ll LSJ mm Jt ST A VI!
SUITS-the Utmost for $25
We are selling hundreds more "Fashionseal" 3uits this season
than ever before. Their admirers have spread their fame.
"Fashionseal" suits exactly meet the requirements
of women who look for grace, individuality and unusual
hcauty in apparel at a moderate price. They are to be
had in dozens of smart styles, and in any of the desirable
spring fabrics. The showing of silk suits is of especial
Exclusive Styles in Suits at $35
Our suits at $35 are characterized by that aristocratic air ot
refinement Usually found In the much higher prlcod products of
exclusive costume tailors. They have all tho little style features
that appeal to discriminating women. Silk moire, taffeta and pop
lins, as well as crepes, serges and worsteds. ,
The Prettiest Styles in Blouses
The blouses and waists demanded by fashion can best be se
lected here, for we have a magnificent variety of the choicest
styles, $3.08 to $35.
Separate Skirts for All Occasions
Skirts of silk moire, poplin, taffeta, wool crepe, crepe poplin,
serges and check materials in the newest models, $5 to $12.50.
Specials in Easter Gloves
Finest quality gloves for Easter wear marked
away below regular prices for Wednesday.
Fine Kid Gloves. $1.25
One or two-clasp styles, overseam or pique
sewn, with plain or embroidered backs, par
ticularly white with black backs, $1.25.
Perrin's 2 -Clasp Gloves
Light or medium weight kid gloves, "La
Mure" quality, known as tho very best at the
price. Specially priced if or Wednesday, $1.50.
High Grade Footwear for Easter
Fashionable women are showing a marked preference for colonial
pumps this-spring. We are showing one especially interesting of dull kid
and patent leather, In tongue and buckle style, with Gaby heels. A grace-
iui appearing, perfect fitting pump, of exceptional quality. Priced at $2.08.
The Bulgarian Pump at $3.48
The Bulgarian pump is one of the season's fads. They are dis
tinguished by the novel cut-out patterns on the toe and low hoelB
and ankle straps. Much liked by women who are attracted by the
unusual. Patent and tan leathers. Priced $3.48.
Women's HI Silk Vests, Wednesday,
"Women's vests of Milanese silk, in pink and white. A very fine quality,
crochet beading tops, ribbon tapes and reinforced shield under the arms. These
have never beeji sold for less than $1.50. An Easter special for Wednesday
only at $1.19.
Regular $1.00 Silk Hose, 59c
Very superior quality of pure silk hose for women, priced very specially
for Wednesday. They are full fashioned and fit perfectly. Have wide lisle
gartor'tops, double soles and toes, high spliced heels. Regular $1 quality, but
some have slight imperfections. Priced, per pair, 50c.
Easter Neckwear --the Daintiest Styles
Among the many interesting new "features in neckwear are
pretty fichus and frill collars that will supply tho requisite garni
tures for the Easter gown or waist. Priced 50c to $1.50.
Collar and cuff sets in Venlse lace effects and very sheer
embroidered organdy. Very desirable for wear with the spring
suit. Prices 30c up to $2.25.
The new Gladstone collars are very popular for wear with
coat or dress. They are 25c and 50c.
Colored embroidered collars are very much in vogue. A
beautiful selection of the newest shown here at 50c.
Guimps and blouses In unusually dainty styles, such as will
be seen nowhere else are priced at 50c and up. '. 1
Pretty crepe do chine collars in newest styles. 50c to $1.50.
We are showing many attractive styles In collar and "cuff
sets. Specially priced at 25c.
Ribbons Here for Every Easter Need
Every hat and every gown must have a touch of ribbon this is a ribbon
season. Roman and byadere stripes are extensively used for girdles and hat
trimmings, while the ribbon tunic gives added style to the plain gown. We've
provided for every ribbon need.
G-lnch satin ribbons of ex
ceptionally good quality.
All new spring shades.
Priced at, yard. 45c.
At 25c Yard-
Hlbbons Suitable for Hair Rows
Plain 5-inch taffeta ribbons.
5-inch Scotch plaids.
5 and 6-ln. fancy warp prints.
Heavy moire ribbons. 6
and 6 inches wide, in good
millinery colors, at yard,
80c and 40c.
News of the Purchase of the Siegel Stocks
our isew lorn brancn reports tnat the Immense stocks
which we purchased from the bankrupt Siegel stores are
being rapidly worked Into shape for shipment, and several
cars are already on the way to Omaha.
The buyers who have seen the stocks say they are won
derful. The most amazing bargains ever offered in Omaha
are promised wlten they arrive.
We will kep you Informed every day upon th. progress we're
maklns- towards the biggest sales In our history. Watch papers.
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