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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1914)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY RKK. MAY 10, 1014,
Y, W, 0, A. Girls to Give Gymnasium Entertainment
Doing in the World
SUNDAY Mother' day; Young Women'
Christian association vesper service?,
4.-90 p. m.; Clio Study club. Miss Pauline
. Rosenberg, hostess.
MONDAY Social sclenco department,
Omaha Woman's club, 2:15 p. m.; Per
sian history clnxs, public HbraryrlO a.
m.( Omaha Woman" club luncheon for
Mrs. C. H. Oraves, at Commercial club;
Omaha Society ot Fine Alts, room 31
Young Men' Christian association.
TUESDAY-Young Women's Christian
association gymnastic- carnival, Audi
torium; Omaha chapter. Daughters of
the American Revolution, public library;
Monmouth Park Mothers' league. S p.
m French history class, public llorarj
North Side Motlieis club. Mis. K. v.
Miller, hostess; Woman s ChriMau
Temperance un on tederatton, Jaiiiit
WEDNESDAY Story Tellers' section.
Associated Collegiate Alumni, Mrs.
Byron Clark, hostess; .Miller Par
Mothers' Circle, scnool nudltotmm.
Omahn union, Roman's Christian iciu
pcrance union, lecture room Youtw
Women's Christian association; Hook
club, Mrs. W. 15. Shephard, hosts-Mcklmi-y
auxiliary, H'nal unth, jlai 'ji.t
hall, 8 p. m.; Husy Uee Kensington rlnb.
Mrs. 3. 11. J lan, hostess.
THL'IISDaY-uramatlc section, Asso
ciated Collegiate Alumni, Mrs. IS. M. I".
SiilndtriaiiU, no&tess; wyclie Story Tol
lers' league, public library; B. 1C. chap
ter P. E. O., sisterhood. Mr. Huyun
Mycr hostcsx; Bmniti Iloagland Mower
mission; Benson baptist Missionary
circle, Mrs. C. 1. Sheffer hostess.
FRIDAY Nebraska Assurlai.tm opposed
to Woman Suffrage. Mua junti Aon
roo Wallace hostess; French hutory nml
civics classes, public library; Benson
Women's Christian Tejnpernnce union,
Mrs. H. N. Hawkins hoiitess.
SATURDAY Annual meeting Association
of Collegiate Alumnae, Mrs. J. M Bate
man hostess, Delta Uela Deltu miimi
tty, Mrs. i . F. Kunofl hostess.
US E. M. II. SUNDEItt.AM)
will bo hostess for the la-
meeting of the dramatic set--1
tlon, Association of Collegiate
Alumnae, Thursday afternoon.
Amateur Vndertaklng" and
"The New Drama" will be the general
subjects. Miss Louise Stcgner will have
as her topic, ''The New Drama;" Miss
Elizabeth Klewit. "Great American
Play;" Mrs. Ralph West, "California
Grove Day;" Miss Eva Marty, "Greek
Theater of University of California:"
Mrs. Harvey Newbrnnch, "Revival of
Pantomime;" Mrs. J. M. Bateman,
"Petersborough Pageant," and Miss
Theresa Tracy, "Play ot Today."
Mrs. J. M. Bateman will be hostess for
the annual meeting of the Association of
Collegiate Alumnne Saturday. The bust-,
ness meeting and election of officers will
be followed by a reception. Spring
flowers will be used In the decorations.
Mrs. Harvey Newbranch, Mrs. Roy Sun
derland and Mrs. Edward Syfert will
have charge of the refreshments and will
be assisted by Misses Eva Marty, Juliet
Griffin, Blanche Coffman, Olive Coffman
Sarah Sanborne and Elizabeth Klewit.
Musical selections will be given by Mrs.
LeRoy Savell and' Miss Kllzabeth Fry.
One hundred members will attend.
The story tellers' section of Association
ot Collegiate Alumnae meets Wednesday
with, Mrs, Byron Clark at her apartments
In the New Hamilton. Irish, Indian,
Japanese and a selected story will be
told by Misses Mary Phllllpp, Nona,
Bridge, Edith Hatght and Mrs. E. M.
Syfert. Election of officers for the com
ing year and a social hour will follow
The last meeting ot the Omaha Wom
an's club for the year, that of the social
science department, will be held Monday
afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. Reports will
be received and officers elected for the
coming year. All members of commit
tees for the Baby Bhow, which was con
ducted recently by this department, are
especially asked to be present as a dis
cussion of the work and effects ot the
contest will take place.
Omaha union, Woman's Christian
Temperance union, meets Wednesday at
2:30 P. m. In the Young Women's Chris
tian association lecture room. Mrs.
Kdward Johnson will give a report on
the recent visit of Dr. Katherlne Bement
Davis. Reports bf superintendents wilt
be received, the meeting closing at 4
A propaganda committee will be named
by the Omaha Suffrage association to
engage speakers and place them for lec
tures In Omaha c vicinity. This was
the decision at a meeting held Wednes
day afternoon. Plans for an active sum
mer campaign aro being made by this
noc!ety. A birthday spoon was presented
to the small daughter ot Mrs. Rebecca
Show, In continuance of a custom ot
the organization thus to remember ad
ditions to the families ot their members.
1.00 a Week
To Your Home
Gigantic Sale of High Class Furniture
OwIiik to Uio lateness of the season, we Imvo dono very little business on -our high grade furni
ture Tills Is nil new, purchased during .liuiunry, and has lieou on our floors less tlmn two months. Wo
nro determined to sell this furniture, rather than carry It over for the fall season, auid offer all our "high
grmle, complete, sit I tea of bedroom furniture, dining room furniture and living room furniture at apo
dal prices, commencing Monday morning, .May 11th. This Is nn opportunity that very seldom comes t
the furniture buy in public. When you realize the high standard of' nil these, suites offered at special
prices, selected from the world's best matters, and carrying not only the manufneturer's guarantee, but
ours as well yon will renllre that these mo values, the like or which has never been offered to the. buying,
Wo nre listing below twenty complete suites of bedroom furniture, twelvo complete suites of, din
ing room furniture, ns well as a number of odd pieces. Realizing, ns you must, that tlieso reductions aro
bona fide, It places within your reach the highest standard of furniture, known to the world, at ptttrca f
medium grndo furniture. Au)onc building new bo men, contemplating buying in tfto noar future, should
avail themselves of this opHirtuulty.
the author; Miss Helen Sommrr will tell
the story and give a criticism of the
play; and Miss Rosenberg will Speak of
Mrs. W. E. Shephard will entertain the
meelng of the Book club, Wednesday
morning at 10.15 o'clock.
n. K. chapter of the P. K. O. sisterhood,
which was Just recently organized, meets
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Haydn
Slyer. A 1 o'clock luncheon will preceed
the business meeting.
The Wyche Story Tellers' league meet
Thursday at the public library. Norse
folk lore stories will be told under the
leadership ot Misses Agnes McElroy,
Margaret McEhanuy, Fitzgerald and
The Priscilla sewing club was orzanlzed
at the home of Mrs. C. T. Alsmdn on
Wednesday afternoon. Green and white
wore chosen for the club colors and
meetings will be held every two weeks.
Mrs, Ci L. Hargadine was elected presi
dent; Mrs. Ernest Bailey, socretary, and
Sirs, Paul Alsman, treasurer. Mrs.
Charles Gross, Mrs. Joseph I.lmbaush and
Mrs. Harold Helems are other members.
Chicago is making gigantic plans to
entertain the 19,000 club women who will
attend the biennial comcntlon ot the Gen
eral Federation of Women's clubs, June
9'V). The visiting women will be enter
tnined right royally and will bo conducted
on many sight-seeing tours. Boy scouts
will act as guides In conducting Incom
ing women to hotels.
The Omaha Society of Fine Arts will
meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 In Room
316, Young Men's Christian association.
Election ot officers was held at the last
meeting of the Symposia club, at the
home ot Miss Miriam Davis. Miss Edna
Levlne is the new president, Miss Nora
Pred, secretary; Miss Hannah Kulakot
Bky, treasurer; Miss Sophia Welnsteln, re
porter, and Miss Elizabeth Hart, scr-geant-at-arms.
Mrs. F. F. Miller will be hostess for
the North Side Mothers' club Tuesday
afternoon. Roll call will be responded to
with quotations from English authors.
Mrs. George Crocker will have a paper
on the '"Chinese Republic"; Mrs. Frank
Ayer, "I-ife and Works ot George Eliot."
and Mrs. B. F. Parks, "Resources of
South America." Miss Winifred Travis
will give a reading and Miss Daisy Bor
ton will sing.
The Monmouth Park Mothers' league !
will meet In the auditorium ot the Mon
mouth Park school Tuesday at 2 p. m.
An Informal program will be presented
by members of the organization, to which
all mothers In this school district aro
Mrs. Orletta Chittenden, supervisor of
klndergactens, will address the Miller
Park Mothers' circle Wednesday after-
noon at 3:30. Musical numbers will be I
given by Mr. Will Hethertngton and Mr.
Felix Splrk. Themeetlng will bo held
In the school auditorium
Mrs. C. H. Graves, wife of the former
ambassador to Sweden, will be honor
guest at a luncheon given by the Omaha
Woman's club Monday noon at the Com
mercial club. Following the luncheon
Mrs. Graves will address the social
science department of the club at Metro
politan hall. All members wishing to at
tend the luncheon are to notify Mrs. Ed
The Busy Bee Kensington club of the
Ladies of the Modern Maccabees, will be
entertained at the home of Mrs. J. H.
Hale Wednesday afternoon.
McKlnley Ladles' auxiliary to B'nal
B'rlth meets Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at Barlght hall. The club rooms
proposition will be discussed.
The Federation of Woman's Christian
Temperance unions of Omaha will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at Barlght hall.
(Continued from Page Nine.)
The first Gymnastic and Folic Dance
carnival given by the Omaha Young
Women's Christian association will be
held Tuesday evening, at the Auditorium.
Over 300 women and girls will participate
In the gymnastic exercises, games, folk
dancing and camp drill, which will be
presented under direction of Miss Clara
Brewster, physical director ot the Young
Women's Christian association.
All classes will participate In the gym
nastic drills. Members of the Bernasco
club, Burgess-Nivsh employes, will dance
the Highland schottlscho In Scotch cos
tume, while 150 children will play singing
games. A swimming drill will be given
and Miss Clara Brewster will perform
Most Interesting will be the competition
between relays ot Camp Fire Girls of
America, un organization similar to the
Boy Scouts. The Blue Bird group, under
the guardianship of MIbs Carmelita Chase;
the Ahneahs, Miss Margaret Solomon,
guardian, and the Omahas, Miss Helen
Buck, guardian, have entered Into the
contest. They will pitch a camp, build
fires and cook a meal. At a signal, the
teams, bearing regular camp Impedimenta,
will race to a given point. One girl will
carry bedding, another the tent, others
provisions and faggots for the tire. When
camp Is ready andlie meal cooked, the
first team seated around the fire will give
the camp fire call. At the second' signal,
camp will break, every sign belnsr re
moved, even the embers. Honors con
sisting of ceremonial costumes, beads and
feathers will be the reward.
The program for the evening ia ma fol
Dumb bell drill.
Junior singing games: "I See You,"
"Carrousel," "Children's Polka."
Swimming drill, aesthetic dance. Aesthe
Mass drill. Body building exercises.
Volley ball and polo.
Camp fire relay.
Glow warm drill.
Solo dances by Clara M. . Brewster: J
Bluctte Polka, Challt. Humoreske,
.Wooden Shoes, Chullf.
Swedish dances. Illeklng, Kull Danseli,
Swedish Clap, Trallen.
Omaha chapter, Daughters ot the
American Revolution, will hold its an
nual meeting and election ot officers
Tuesday afternoon at the public library.
Mrs. E. C. Conley of Omaha will pre
sent 'a flag to the Grand Island High
school during the stato meeting of the
Woman's Relief corps, which convenes
,ln Orand Island Wednesday and Thurs
day. Mrs. W. A. Dillworth, Mrs. Conley's
mother. Is the organizing regent for a
now Daughters of the American Revolu
tion chapter In Holdrege,
The Pythian Sisters will hold their
state meeting at Lincoln on Tuesday and
Maeterlinck's "Blub Bird" will be the
subject for the Clio Study club at IU
last meeting for the season, at the home
of Miss Pauline Rosenberg, this after
noon. Miss Ida Kulakofskv will civ ..
sketch ot the personality und genius of
Summer Is Here
This certainly lias boon
a slack spring for the Dry
Cleaners. Hero it is May
lOUt and twe out of every
three men you meet sti'l
wearing winter suits.
However, . hot weather
is due this week, so you
better have your light
weight clothes cleaned at
Send them here for eHre
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We guarantee satisfac
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For beauty and deidgn this assortment will be hard to equal.
KnMly worth double. Come early while the assortment Is complete
Living Room and Library Furniture
$175.00 throo-pleco Parlor Suite, mahogany, volour
covering, looso cushion settee, extra heavy, set
complete. Special 8100.00
$135.00 Mahogany Socretary, reproduction of tho
Colonial desk and uooUcaao combined. Spe
$110.00 English, Gentleman's Lounging Chair, tap
estry covorlng. Spoclal 875.01)
$100.00 Hand-carved Mahogany Chair, tapootry
covering. Special 805.00
$125.00 Chippendale Sofa, covered In covert cloth.
$125.00 Mahogany Sofa, empire period style. Spo
$85.00 Mahogany, Tapestry Covered Setteo. Spe
$95.00 Mahogany, Colonial scroll style, donlm cov
ered Davenport, very massive. Spoclal. 870.00
$101.50 three-piece Golden Oak Parlor Suite, black
leather covorlng. Spoclal 880.00
$110.00 throo-pleco Mahogany Parlor Suite, black
leather covorlng. Spoclal 885.00
$70.00 Mahogany Franio Davenport, donlm covered.
$87.50 black leather Turkish Chair, hair filling.
$80.50 Hand-carved Mahogany Lounging Chair,
wool tapestry covering. Special 305,00
$71.50 Wostmlnstor style, mahogany ChnTr. Spe
$110.00 Davenport, over-stuffed, bnll feet, covert
cloth covorlng. This piece Is 8 feot long, over all
large luxurious piece. Special 885.00
$90. OQ over-8tuffod Davenport, Colonial stylo,
green donlm covering. Spoclal 875.00
$100.00 Denim Covered Davenport, mahogany feet.
$52.00 mahogany large Lounging Chair denim, cov
ered. Special 840.00
$58.00 mahogany frame, over-stuffed Chair. Spe
$74.00 Mahogany Lounging Chair, tapostry covor
lng, loose cushion seat. Special 860.00
$75,00 Hand-carved Mahogany Chair. Spe
$80.00 Mahogany Chair, silk Sheraton velour cov
ering. Special 860.00
$05.00 Mahogany Wing Chair, tapestry covering,
$55.00 Mahogany Sottee. Special 840.00
$00.00 Mahogany Arm Chair. Spoclal. . .$40.00
$85.00 Dull Mahogany Table, hand-carved, after
tho Chippendale period. Spoclal 865.00
$35.00 Bookcase to match Table. Spe. . .$65.00
$40.00 Mahogany Arm Chair. Special. . . .827.50
Fumed Oak Living Room Furniture
$;t(i.00 Fumed Oak Morris Chair, Spanish leather
spring seat. "Special 827.50
$12.00 Craftsman's Desk. Special '39.75
$51.00 Adjustable Hack Chairs with foot rest,
fumed oak. Special 810.00
$45.00 Adjustable Back Chairs with foot rest,
fumed oak. Special 836.50
$52.00 Fumed Oak Ilockor and Chair, loose cush
ions in back. Special 842.50
$70.00 Fumod Oak Library Desk Tublo, IIOxGO-lncli
top. Special 850.00
$34.00 Fumod Oak Chest, cedar lined.
$82.00 Fumed Oak Settoe, spring seat, real leather
covering, 4-Inch corner, best Arts and Craft de
sign. Special 365.00
$54.00 Fumed Oak Library Desk. Special -840.00
Bed Room Furniture
$079.00 Adams Antique Mahogany Bedroom Suite,
cane panels, comploto suite for 8550.00
$029.25 Eight-piece Poster Mahogany Hedrooni
Suite, twin beds, dressing table with triple mir
ror. Special 8500.00
$619.00 ISight-ploce Louis XV. Mahogany Uedroom
Sulto, full size bed, beautiful carved ornaments
on top as on all tho Louis XV. period.
$617.00 ISIght-ploce Sheraton Inlaid Mahogany
Uedroom Sulto, twin bods, dresser, dressing tablo
somnoe and throo chairs. Complete. .8450.00
$601.50 Eight-piece French Groy William & Mary
design, complete Bedroom Suite, full size bed,
cane panels, plate glass top, hand decorated.
$532.50 Five-piece Poster Bedroom Suite, twin
beds, largo dresser, chiffonier and dressing tablo.
$4 65.00 Four-piece Colonial Scroll, extra heavy,
solid Mahogany Bedroom Suite, full slzo bed, 60.
inch dresser, highboy and Dressing table.
$435.00 Three-piece, hand-carved, four poster Bod,
Dresser and Chiffonier, solid mahogany, a repro
duction of tho French Colonial. Spo. .8345.00
$406.00 Flve-pleco Colonial Scroll Solid Mahogany,
Napoleon Bed, full size. Special 8335.00
$374.50 Seven-ploco Bodroom Suite, white enamel
with blue stripes, glass top over cretonno lining,
full size bed, dresser, chiffonier, dressing table,
desk and chairs. Special 8275.00
$330.50 Iilght-ploco Mahogany Bodroom Suite, twin
bods, French Colonial post. Special. 8250.00
$319.50 Soven-pleco Sheraton Bedroom Suite, full
size bed, dresser, dressing table, chiffonier and
chairs. Special 8250.00
$315.00 Throo-pleco Sheraton Inlaid Mahogany
Bodroom Suite, full slzo bed, dresser and chif
fonier. Special 8225.00
$304.00 Seven-piece Circassian Walnut Bodroom
Suite, full size bed, dresser, chiffonier, dressing
table and three chairs. Special 8245.00
$295,25 Soven-pleco Golden Oak, extra largo dress
er, 54-lnchos long, full slzo Bed, Dressing Table,
Chest and three Chnirs. Complete for. 3225.00
$289.50 Five-piece Blrd's-eyo Maple Bodroom Suite,
full slzo Bed, dresser, Chiffonier, Dressing Table
and Cheval Mirror. Special 8230.00
Bed Room Furniture Odd Pieces
$250.00 Gcntloman's Mahogany Chlffo-roba. Spo-
$90.00 Gentleman's Mahogany Chlffo-roibo. 8pe-
$100.00 Mahogany Dresser, 54-lnch lcmg. Spe-
$S5.00 Walnut Chiffonier. Spoclal 565.00
$P2.00 Solid Mabognny Dresser, 54-Inch. long.
$72.00 Sheraton Chest of Drawers. Spo. -8CS500
$72.00 Sheraton Dressing Table, trlplo mirror.
$51.00 Golden Oak Heavy Scroll, 44-bich Princes
Dresser. Special '$35.00
$27.00 Golden Oak Heavy Scroll full size Bod. Spe
cial .., 919.50
$88.00 Mahogany, Chiffonier, odd. Spe. .'844. OO
$92.00 Mahogany Chiffonier, odd. Spe. ..tOQ.OO
$75.00 Mahogany Chiffonier, odd. 8pe..837 50
$05.00 Louis XV. Chiffonier, Bolld nmhogany. Spe-
$72.00 Louis XV. Mahogany Dresser. 4S-lnch long.
$120.00 Louis XTV. Mahogany Dtttsseo, 63-inch
long. Spoclal , 385.00
Bed Davenports of Highest Type at Less
Than Manufacturers' Cost
$125.00 Tapcslry Covered 7-ft. long Bed Daven
$120.00 Solid Mahogany Frame. Bed Davenport,
black leather covorlng M 380.00
$92,50 Mahogany, Bed Davenport, black leather cov
(76.50 Mahogany Bod Davenport, black leather cov
$74.50 Golden Oak Bed Davenport, brown
leather , 360.00
$100.00 Golden Oak Bed Davenport, blacJ);
$30,50 Green Denim Box 'Couch, cedar
$32.50 Bed Window Scmt, Mahogany end pieces,
denim covering 817.50.
$40.00 Green Denim Cowred Box Couch..327.50
Dining Room Furniture
$906.00 Adam's Antitfuo Mahogany finish, solid
Mahogany Dining Room Sulto, consisting of
twelvo pieces; burfet 72-lnch long, Serving Tablo
48-Inch long, China Closet 54-lnch. wide, glass
sholves and mirror back, table 54-lnch by 10 foet,
2 lamps for buffet and 6 chairs. Spe. 8750.00
$685,00 Inlaid Sheraton Mahogany Dining Room
Sulto, consisting of twelve pieces; 72-inch buf
fet, 56-Inch china, mirror back and glass shelves;
tablo 54 inches by 10 feot, tea, cart, 2 buffet
lumps and C chairs. Complete for. . .8500.00
$034.00 French Colonial Post Dtnlng Boom Suite,
claw foot, consisting of twolve pieces; 72-inch
buffot, china closet, serving table and G chairs.
$607.50 William and Mary Mahogany Dining Koom
Sulto, twisted legs, carved chairs. Complete
$368.50 Sheraton Mahogany Dining Room Suite, no
inlay, dark brown finish, consisting of ton pieces.
Special $280 00
$295.25 Fumed Oak Dining Room Suite, William
and Mary design, twisted legs, consisting of nine
pieces; 6 chairs, table, china and 72-Inch buffet.
$264.50 Nine-piece Fumed Oak Dining Room Suite,
legs on table, chairs and china closet all twisted
the famous spool pattorn. Complete suite
for si no on
$250.00 Scotch Gray Dining Room 8ulte, inlaid,
consisting of ten ploces. Special. . . .3175 QO
$120.00 Fumed Oak Mission Style Buffot, 80 Inches
long, 4-inch post. Special 885.00
$96.00 Fumed Oak Buffet, 80 inches long, 4-Inch
posts, plate rail back. 8peclal $75.00
$80.00 Solid Mahogany Buffet, 48-lnch long. Spe
$205,00 Mahogany, Berkey & Gay Buffet, 54 inches
long. Spoclal ,v 390.00
$90.00 Mahogany Buffet, 54 inches long. Spe
$105.00 Mahogany Buffet, 54 inches long, scroll
feet, Colonial post. Special 875 00
$140.00 60-lnch Mahogany Buffet, Colonial scroll,
beveled plato mirror. Special 890 00
$120.00 72-Inch Mahogany Buffet. Spo.. $90 00
$57.00 China Closot, Mahogany, claw feet. Spe
$45.00 China Closet, mahogany Sheraton lines.
$120.00 Mahogany Table, 54 Inches by 10 feet, Co
lonial scroll. Special 875.00
Rugs at Special Prices
$750.00 12-10x14-7 Austrian Hand Tuft. Sp-
$280,00 10-8x11-5 German Hand Tuft. Spe
$195.00 10-11x14-3 German Argos. Spe. 8145.00
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$88.00 9-10x13-1 German Saxony. Spe... $44 OO
$95.00 10-6x13-6 Amaxln Rug. Special. .$75 OO
$76.00 10-6x12 Arabic Rug. Special 35750
$63.50 9x12 Arabic Rug. Special $50 OO
$60.00 11-3x12 Ardahan Rug. Special. . .84750
inft nO 10.(1x12 nnvnl Wlltnn HnnoUl d-t-'rv
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S53.50 7-0x4-10 Arrnn rtllmrnn Snnclnl
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$101.00 2-8x24-0 Argos Rtimren. Special. 80500
$12.25 2-3x4-10 Hand Tuft Rug. Special, S8.00
S25.50 2-3x4-10 Hand Tuft Tlntr ' Rnaxlnl
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