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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1914)
TU: 15KE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY
Thursday, May 14, 1914.
THE climate has something to do with everything that happens In
Log Angeles, according to Irvln S. Cobb of Saturday livening
Post fame. When on the train you know when you are draw
ing nwr to the famoui roast city, for (he conductor auks you
what you think of the climate. As you defend from the train the page
who takes your traveling bag says, "How do you like the climate?" and
before you get the opportunity to register at the hotel the clerk says.
"How do you like the climate?" relates Mr. Cobb. Well, some queer
things have been happening In Omaha recently all because of the
The other evening a young woman attended a dinner party, when her
escort was a young millionaire from New York City, who was making a
short stay -here. The young noman had succeeded In making quite an
Impression on the dtstlngulKhrd guent. Hut. alas, alack! An they
motored up to the young woman's homo she noticed that all of the porch
lights were lit, and dlsjlngulshcd figures talking around, some carrying
sheets, kimonos, kitcheu aprons, and now and then waving the aforesaid
"Well. I guess my family have joined some religious cult during my
absence and they are having midnight Incantations," the embarrassed
young woman remarked.
The window boxes and porch backets had just been filled with hot
house flower's and ferns and the family had decided to protect them from
the threatened frost and were covering thorn with a variety of household
linens and wearing apparel.
"I think the New Yorker must think that at leaxt the Middle Western
ers are rather original," decided the young woman, "for instead of having
a maid or a butler open the door for you, we have the entire family
mother wearing fathers coat and waving a sheet, and father in his bath
robe and carrying a kimono, and oh hang this climate! Whoever heard
of having frost in May, anyway," she soliloquised.
roruiAR sorority girl was
WEDDED LAST NIGHT.
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Masonic Dance at Manawa.
Mr. 11. if. Darnel, president of th
Woodland Amimmnt company, has Is
sued an Invitation to ell members of the
Scottish Rita and their ladlrs for an ex
clusive and complimentary dancing party
t Manawa Thursday evening. May 21.
The ua of the row boats and other
amusement features will be tree to all
members during the evening. Card ta
bles will be provided for those not wish
ing to danee and light refreshments will
be served during tiie evening.
Committees to Meet.
The commilteea at work on the sum
mer srhool of missions, which will be
held at the University of Omaha, June
21-30, will have luncheon toaether Satur
day at noon at the Hamilton cafe.
Infinite plans will be made for the pro
gram of the meeting. Mrs. Oeorg Til
i)n and Mrs. Edward Johnson art In
Mothers' Circle Meeti.
The Miller Tark Mothers' circle met
Wednesday afternoon In the school audi
torium. Musical numbers were siv-so by
Mrs. C. R. Thlem. Mr. Will llethertngi
ton and Mr. Fella Bplrk. and readings hy
Mrs, John R. Evans. Mrs. Orletta Chit
tenden did not speak, as previously an
nounced, but will address the June meet
ing of the club.
Visiting" Nurie Benefit.
Committees for th performance tt
"The Butterfllee." whl-h will be alven
for the benefl'. or the Visiting Nurse as
aoclatlon at the Krandel theater Mon
day evening. May 25, are as follows:
Pokps Mrs. Barton Millard.
Tickets-Mrs. ' Thomas U Davis and
Mrs W l. Mor.rf..
I'rosram Mrs. lret lets. Mrs )tr
hert Kosnrs, Mrs. W. J. Hughes end Mrs.
Candy-Mrs. P. .Morlarty, Mrs Vlctur
noeewatcr and "Miss (lara Thorns .
Mra. William Kellen entertained at a
large bridge party thla afternoon at her
heme, rink and white spring flowers
were used In decoration, and the guests
H. K. Hanson.
K. W. Anspach,
O. Williams. .
1 r. Whit mora,
H. h. Hutchinson,
O. H. Upton.
O. 11. Hheam,
J. P. Scstilon.
W. H. Walker,
A J. fHoll.
W. M. Piilllpa.
W. V. Ken,
J. J. (Jsfford,
K. R. Wilson.
I. O. Hlnes.
K. V. Arnold.
W. .. Henry.
F. W. K.-ott.
L. C. Peters.
A birthday surprise was given In honor
of Miss Dora Dickson at her home, 1012
Hamilton atreet. Refreshments were
served and conteeta and muslo furnished
the entertainment for the evening. Prises
were won by Mr. Ralph Stephens. Mr.
Frank Prall and Miss Ruth Kdgller. Those
Marie Ulsm k,
Welter Vantcreek. Rsymond Dirk son.
1 -alias Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. B
Mr. and Mra R.
4 to 5 Feet High,
At lc Each
In Red, White
at 5c each.
In Our Basement
Mies Mary I'.urtrh llowsrd. daughter of
fr. and Mrs. K lsar I Inward of t'uluin
bue, fcYh., as married Thursdsy even
ing to Mr. Harry N. Rex of Crestun. la. 1
. The ceremony was performed at S
o'clock In lrae Kplsoipal church. Rev.
Father Xnndi'rs of flrlatini?. Miss JMen
Howard, sister of the hrMe, was the nmld
of honor and Mr. Kdmuud Adcoik of
I'hlcaco was the groomsman. The hrldes
malila were Mian Adclino Molr of linr
linKton. la., and Mlxs Wilhelmlna lliirher
of Columbus. Mrs. Hugh Miller of t'lar
Inda, la., was the matron of honor. The
ushers were Mr. Arthur Harsh and Mr.
Mnrk Fry of Crentnn, la., aad Mr. Fred
erick. Hoehm of t'nlumbus.
The bride la the dauKhter of the editor
or me (ominous iricKrarn Hnd Das re
sided In l'iluinhiis for twelve yais. thc
Is a graduate of the stat university and
.i popular sorority girl, a social favorite
with h Ihtro circle of friends, and her
wedding whs a social event of Interest.
The kkhiiii la a prominent Ice and coal
dealer of t'reaton and well knnwn In that
section uf Iowa.
Mr. and Mr. Rex will have an extended
honeymoon trio west and south, and be
nt home to friends In frston. Ia., after
Mra. J. W. Van NostranU will celebrate
her eighty-first birthday Friday after
noon by receiving her friend Informally
Mrs. Van Noslrand la a pioneer of Omaha
and has a hoFt of friend.
For Clarkson Nurses.
Tho Juniors of C'larjtsuii h'jsital en
tertained the seniors Ht a party at the
Nurses' home Wednesday evening. Music
and dancing was followed by luncheon.
The seniors of Clarkson hospital were
clso entertained by Miss Iuella Larson
today at luncheon at the home of h?r
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. lrson.
Baby is in a
Sidway -o T7
THERE is no luxury to baby or mother like Sidway. So
fently suspended is the seat of the carriage by means of the
patented Sidway long-leaf suspension springs that even
on a very rough road,
The Baby Will Receive No Jar or Shock
' To own a guaranteed Sidway Baby Carriage means you are not satisfied
with anything But the best in the world fur your baby;' The Sidwa7 is alio
tha classiest carriage in design, beauty and workmanship aver made, yet you
pay no more lor a biaway than lor many others wmcn are unguaranteed, and
without the iplendid Sidway features.
' Tkis Name est the Fraasa of Every Ceaubaa
Every part of a Sidway, from top to tire , Is guaranteed unconditionally .
for two yeari. Tha Fabrikoid Leather made exclusively for, and Md
exclusively on, tha Sidway, is included in this guarantee, and ia addition
carries the guarantee of the Fabrikoid makers, the DuPont Fabrikoid Co.
Strongest Guarantee Ever Made on a Baby Carriage
The tension of the springs is adjustable to the weight of the child. Every
bid way hat a high back and seat, exceptional length and width of bed, and can
be instantly folded compactly in one motion.
Let ut show you a full line of Sidvrayt of various stvles and prices to suit
your purse. Made by the Sidtvay Mercantile Co., Elkhart, lnd.
See the Sidway at
South Omaha, Neb.
NOTE." Flour for bread
making should be rich ia
gluten, Cake derives ha
nourishing equalities frees
eaji, butter aad sugar. The
flour that combines aad
beldt these ingredients must
be fighti thereore. low ia
gluten. Swans Dawn b
specially prepared cake Bout."
Mra Joseph Sloar entertained the Tel
Jed Eoltol Cilrls' Gymnastic society at a
tnlscf llaneoua shower In honor of her
daufhWr, Marie, whose wedding will tak
place Saturday evening. The brtde-to-be
was the recipient of many beautiful gl(ta
Those present were:
Alva M SptrVa.
f Wnora Novak.
May me Kmmt,
l.inma rl' sr.
1 ins y.lkmuind.
1 'tUrvoln .
H. 1 nen ft bier,
' - ae-Mjilits.e.wwawe-j
;aymuii hhuKton. 41J Franklin street,
wa aurprlsed by a number of his friend
Tuesday evemnr,. iames and ruf re)i- ;
meijla furnlslied the entertalnr.ient snd !
ten (ueata weie piwnt.
A. dauchter waa U.ru Monday t Mr.
k..d Mr. Oevue W. Laler.
i f ; f f r e frv -
Make Your Cake at Home and
Cut the Cost of Entertaining
This does not mean an expert cook
but it does mean first d&ss materials.
(Not Self Risintf)
It the best Hour in the world for caJces. It makes worv
derfully delicious Angel Food and other cakes for Wed
dings, Entertainments and all Social Functions. One
in you it) near be without it. Order a pack
age of your grocer today.
Swans Down is a tat flour, especially prepared for the par
ticular purpose of baking fine cakes. It is not like bread flour.
That's why it makes the lightest, whitest and finest cakes, with
out any uncertainty or worry. Fine for ail kinds of pastry, too.
Swans Down Prepared Cake Flour comes in clean, sanitary
packages and is $old hy all good grocers. i
Our "Cake Secrets" Book will interest you. Contains
latest cakt recipes. It's FREE. Write for it. picas. , 1
IGLEHEART BROS. evanIFindj
Ala Makers of Setai Down Pur Wheat Grahsun A
flour aad Swaa Dvwa Pure Wheat Sterilised ttrsa f
Let Us Store
Friday Sale of $10 and $12.50 Suits
inree hundred smartry tailored spring; suit for women.
mlHsea and Juniors, on gale Friday at about half tbelr actual
They are modeled in the latest style) of fine serges, diag
onal, crepes, novelty cloths, etc, and show the newest feat
ures In cut of Jacket, drapes of skirt, tunics, tiers, etc. Some
are worth $10 and 12.60. Choice In the basement Friday, at.
$5 and $6 Silk Dresses Friday for j
A In rue collection of silk and chiffon dresses at a frac
tion of the regular prices. Odd garments from the great
special Bale, Including taffetas, mescalines, figured silks,
chiffons, etc., worth $5, $6 and up to $10, Friday for
Pretty Wash Dresses
Women' and misses' summer wash
dresses of fine linen, ratine, tissues,
cords, etc., worth up to
. $6. Friday, In the base-
Fancy Waists Friday
Special lot of three hundred pretty
waists of silks, nets, chiffons and tub
silks; also many sample
waists. Worth up
to $5, at
Sample Wash Waists RSo for
Hundreds of sample wash waists of white and colored, wash
1 materials. Including crepes, voiles, lwns, Japonika silks, etc.
Actually worth up to $1.50, Friday In the basement at
Childs and Infants' Hose, 5c
Infanta" hose and children's short box. In black,
white and colors. Full HeamlfKs. negularly worth
up to 15c. Friday, in the banenient, 3c.
Drugs and Toilet Goods
60c size, Friday
Plasters, 10c size
torla, 30c size. .
Sal Hepatica. 2.")C
So Phone or
25c Dr. Lyons
Tooth Powder, at
4711 White Rose
Glycerine Soap. .
of Figs, 50c size.
Ivory Soap, 6
Correct styla corset
of heavy coutil, trim
med with lace. Long
over hip. Six garters
$1.50 values, Friday,
in the Basement 98c.
$1 Corsets, 69c
American Lady cor
sets In batiste. Guar
anteed rustproof. Four
garters attached. Draw
tape In top. Regular $1
corsets, Friday, 60c
Amazing Values From New York Linen Purchase
Friday in the basement we place on sale 1,150 yards fine Imported mer
cerized table damask. All perfect, new goods, right from the bolt.
excellent quality ana aesiraDie patterns, t incneg wide. Kegularly
JLtITllSrC worth 29c a jard. Special, at yard
Frin Red hack towels. Kiase 14
x30 Inches. Worth 10c each.
Not mors than one dozen to cus
tomer. Friday, at each, flc.
Itrown union crash toweling.
10 inches wide and worth 7c
yard. Limit 10 yards. Friday,
at yard, 3 He
18-inch unbleached terry cloth
that Is worth to 15c a yard. On
sale In the basement Friday at
the yard. Sc.
Extra heavv hemmed crochet bed
spreads. 76x84-lnch size. Alway
sold for $1.25. Limit one dozen to cus
About 300 odd napkins. Only two
to six of a kind. All pure linen and
most of them worth 30 and 35c. Fri
day, at each ,
Stamped and tinted sofa pil
lows. Top and back. Floral
and conventional designs. 35c
Pure linen centres, scarfs and
pillows on natural linen. In new
designs. 35c quality, 10c.
Sofa pillow cord and tassels in
silk and mercerized. All col
ors. 25c quality, 10c.
Stamped pillow cases on extra
good quality tubing. Size of
case, '4 2x36. 50c value, 33c.
Stamped night dresses on fine
nainsook. Neat designs. Full
length. 60c value, 35c.
Steel crochet hooks with shield.
5c value, 2 for 5c.
Coronation braid in white und
colors. 15c value, 6-yard pieces
Boys $5 Suits with
two pairs of Pants for. . . D
High grade, stylish looking wool tailored
boys' suits of tweeds, cas6imeres in blues,
greys and brown. Two different styles
of Norfolk models. All with extra pair
of pants. Regular $5 suits, Friday, $3.45.
with double knee
and seat. Spe
cial in the base
ment at 45c.
Boys slip-on rain
coats in ages 4 to 10
years. $2.50 values
in the baaement, at,
75c Wash Suits for
Boys' Russian style fast color
wash suits with the new eton
collar, sailor and military collars.
76c suits In the basement Friday
lift' JL TT
II ii - jk mm u II ft
$16.50 Rugs, Special, $11.88
9x12 Brussels ruga in a very complete assort
ment of patterns and colors. Excellent qualities,
worth to $16.60, Friday, $11.88.
Rugs Worth to $22.50 for $13.98
Fine quality Brussels rbgs, 11-3x12 ft. size.
Pretty styles, worth up to $22.50. On sale
Friday, for $13.08.
$1.50 Small Rugs for 98c
27x54-inch velvet rugs In pretty floral and
oriental patterns, worth up to $1.50, Friday, 08c.
Six Big Wall Paper
SMsaasssasaiassBSsss' mssssm wpmbbm . saasaeeBiBBBsMsfc.
Light and dark papers suitable for bed rooms and
kitchens. Regular 6c grade, for Friday at roll, 2ic.
Parlor, hall and dining
room papers with border
to match. The 12c grade,
Friday, at roll SHc
New spring bed room
papers. A big selection
from our regular 20c
grades, Friday, roll, Oc.
New gold papers with border to match. Sold else
where for COc. Special Friday at roll, 14c.
Beautiful plain and figured oatmeal papers that
are worth to 60c. Two special lots at roll 21 and 27c.
Men's $12.56 Suits for $7
Only one or two suits of each style that's why
we clear them out so cheaply. But they are good
styles, and there is excellent variety. Well known
makes. Mostly hand tailored. Models and sizes
to suit every man. Suite actually worth up to
$12.50, Friday in the basement, $7.
Slip-on Raincoats, Friday. $2.98
52 Inches long. Double texture waterproof
fabrics. Cemented and strapped military collars.
Olive Bhade. Values up to $6, Friday, $2.08.
Khaki Trousers, Special 98c
Men'a khaki trousers, in
styles, on sale Friday at 8c.
t nlon made overalls, 40c.
peg top or semi-peg
Men's 69c Union
Men'a ribbed and mesh sum
mer weight union suits. Short
sleeve and ankle lengths. Also
short sleeve and knee lengths.
Values to 69c, at 35c.
Shirts and Drawers.
Men's balbriggan shirta and
drawers. Also mesh and lisle
underwear, worth to 75c garment,
at 25c and 35c.
Men's negligee and golf shirts
In neat patterns. Soft collars
attached. Worth to 75c, at 50c.
B May Sale of
S Muslin Un- S
1.000 traveling men'a sample
pieces of lace curtains on sale at,
Of drapery Swisses and scrims,
worth up to 30c a yard, special
Friday, yard 10c.
Window hhiules. '
Linen window shades. 3x6 ft.
sites, special Friday, each 2e.
Ecru aad white, 40 to 54 inches
wide, siecial, each 09c.
g Siegel Stocks H
of Silverware B
Half Price 0
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