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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 7, 1914.
Doing in the World
HER ENGAGEMENT HAS BEEN
SUNDAY Vesper service. Young Wo
men' Christian association. 4.30 p. in.
MONDAY Itccept Ion to visiting dele
gates General Federation of Women's
clubs at Commercial club. 4 to p. m.
TlTRSDAY Natlonnl convention MMho
dlst Deaconcssps' association, Flmt
Methodist Episcopal rhurch; Juntori
Musical club of Miller park school, con
cert! Monmouth Park Mothers' club,
Mrs. C. J. Zlebrath, hostess.
WEDNESDAY-Kn.ua! Franchise society
of South Omaha, Mrs Oeorge Bllgh,
U?5tesiJ .Flower Mission day, Frances
YIIIard Women's Christian Temperance
union, Hanscom park: deaconesses con
vention, First Methodist Episcopal
church; ladles of the Modern Macca-
P,'.?1. Mrs' Frcd Daker, hostess.
FRIDAY "The Tempest," Hanscom
Rark' e'lesley college benefit; Central
Park Mothers' leugue. Central Park
school: West Omaha Mothers' Culture
club, Mrs. W. N. Baker, hostess.
NEBRASKA women will be well
represented on the program of
the biennial convention of the
General Federation of Wo
men's Clubs In Chicago. Mr.
F H. Cole Is In chargo of the
Ctvll Service Reform department lunch
eon, which will be held during the con
vention on June 12, at Mandel's. Miss
Jane Addams and Miss Julia Lnthrop
will be honor guests at this luncheon,
which will be followed by a conference
In the Florentine room of the Congress
hotel. Other Nebraskans who will par
ticipate actively In the convention are
Mrs. Harry U Keefe of Walthlll. who
Is the general federation recording sec
rotary and will read a paper in the art
department conference; Mrs. Anna Morey
of Hastings, who will take part In the
art conference; Mrs. A. E. Sheldon of
Lincoln, formerly head of the literature
department In Doane college, Crete, In
the literature conference; Mrs. Archibald
Scott of Lincoln, who Is on the press com
mittee, and Dr. Susan La Flesche PIcottn
of Walthlll, who Is on the health com
mittee. The Omaha delegation Includes Mrs. N.
H. Nelson, president of the Omaha
Woman's club; Mcsdames C. W. Hayes,
Edward Phelan, I J. Healey, L. M. Lord,
F. H. Cole, Isaac Douglas, W. C. Lam
bert, W. Sherman Felt and Miss Helen
Phelan and Miss Frances Dorthy Lord,
who will accompany their mothers.
Members of the executive committee-
who are not attending the convention, In
cluding Mesdames E, M, Syfcrt, A- L.
Fernald, C. II." Marley and John O.
YeWr have charge of the arrangements
for entertaining the delegates who will
pass through Omaha Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Edward Johnson Is In charge of
the reception which will be given at the
Commercial club rooms In honor of tho
delegntes. Special trains carrying the
delegates will arrive over the Union Pa
cific from 4 until 5:30 o'clock and Mrs.
N. H. Nelson, president of the Omaha
Woman's club, has requested that as
many members as possible shall be on
hand to greet the visitors and escort them
to the Commercial club rooms, where
members of the executive and house and
home committees will receive between the
hours of 4 and 6 o'olock. The Nebraska
delegation will Join the visitors when
they leave for Chicago Monday evening
over the Burlington.
For th benefit of the endowment and
restoration fund of Wellesley college,
the Social Settlement Dr&matlo club will
give an out-door performance of Shakes
peare's "The Tempest," at Hanscom
park, Friday evening, June 11 The play
lll be given under the direction of Miss
Mary Irene Wallace, who was In charge
of the same production at the Brandsls
U eater recently,
Tho performance will be given in the
southwestern part of the park which
forms a natural amphitheater and will
begin promptly at 8:30 o'clock. Excell
ent lighting effects have been arranged
and the park commissioner has provided
"Flower Mission day" will be observed
who are arranging the performance are:
Mrs. J. C. Dahlman, Mrs. A. O. McClure,
Mrs. Christie, Mrs. John A. McCngue,
Misses Lydla McCngue, Corrlnne Scarle,
Orctchen McConnell, Gertrude 8chermcr
horn. Nona Bridge, May Somers, Ora
Ambler, Eunice Prltchard, Dixon, Edith
Fllcklngcr, Alice Buchanan, Myrtle Busk
and Claudia Galloway. They plan to fol
low the example of Wellesley ctubs In
other cities this summer by Inaugurating
a series of vales of home-made candy,
cakes, pies and other confections.
This is the first time that an outdoor
performance of "The Tempest" has been
given In Omaha, although several other
Shakespearean plays have been produced
In tho open. If It rains Friday evening
the play will be given tho following
The cast for the production Includes:
Alnnso, king of Naples Thomas Craig
Sebastian, his brother Tom Berry
Prospero, tho rightful duke of Milan.
Antonio, his brother, the usurping
duke of Milan Hny Corley
Ferdinand, son of tho king of Naples..
Gonsalo, an honest old counselor. .. .
Francisco, lord Orris Mvers
Adrian, lord John Chleborad
Caliban, a savage and deformed slave
Trlnculo, a Jester Ansoltn Cerney
Stephano, a drunken butler....W. F. Sadll
Miranda, daughter of Prospero
Ariel, a spirit Mamie Lank
Iris Joy Hlgglns
Ceres Mamie Ploup
Juno Avilda Moore
Elves, fairies, nymphs, reapers.
Scene An enchanted Isle.
Mrs. Edward Phalen and daughter,
Helen, who had expected to attend the
general federation convention In Chicago,
have given up their trip because of tho
"Flower mission day" will be observed
by the Frances Wlllard society of the
Woman's Christian Teyiperance union,
Wednesday. Members of the union will
meet at the bandstand In Hanscom park
at 10 o'clock In the morning and bring
flowers. After luncheon committees will
go to each of the street car terminals,
where the flowers will be presented to the
conductors and motormcn as a token of
appreciation of their services, Thla flowor
mission originated with Miss Jennie Cas
sidy of Louisville, Ky., a shut-In, many
years ago. If th weather Is Inclement
ths meeting will be held at the home of
.Mrs. T. R. Ward, chairman of the flower
The Benson Woman's club held Its last
meeting of tho season Thursday at the
home of Mrs. W. S. Wright. The new
officers were Installed and It was de
cided to have actlvo and associate mem
bers for next year. After the business ses
sion and program a buffet luncheon was
served. Tho annual plcnlo will be held
Juno 30 at Elmwootl park.
Mrs. Paul Getschmann of the Social
Sorvlco board will speak 6n "What Publlo
Amusements, Good and Bad, Are Af
forded In Omaha," before the last mcot-
0MAHA GIRL SOCIALLY HONORED
AT U. OF N.
Kiss Avilda. Moore
Ing of the West Omaha Mothers' Culture
club, which will be hsld Friday at the
heme of Mrs. W. N. Baker. A general
discussion on the subject of "Publlo
Amusements" will follow. Election of
officers will take place and final ar-j
rangements made for a plcnlo to be held'
Reservations for the Daughters of ths)
American Revolution luncheon, which
will be glven Monday, June IS, at the
Country club, will be received for the1
Omaha chapter by Miss Ida Johnston and
and Mrs. A. L Fernald and for Major
Isaao Sadler chapter by Mrs. Frank!
Baker. The state officers will be honor
guests at the luncheon.
The Ladles of the Maccabees will be
entsrtnltieil at th hnm. nf Ta TPm.1
. - ... ...v I v.. ' , a i . 4 11, .
Baker, 50. South Twenty-eighth street.
Tho last metlnr far th vr. nf (h.
North Side Mothers' club will be held at !
the home of Mrs. C. J. ZUhnrth Tii,1v
! afternoon. Election of officers will be.
held. The program will Include a vocal
solo by Mrs. E. F. Williams; paper.
'Supplementary Home Work In Hrncr.
I raphy and Natural History." Mrs. B. O.
Ames; "Tne l'annma Cannl." Mrs. F. N,
Crane; roll call, "Benefits from Our
Books;"' address by the president. Mrs.
Charles Zleharth; discussion of the year's
work, led by Mrs. G. R. Gilbert, and In
strumental selections by Miss Bertha
Barr, A plcnlo for the families of the
members will be held during the summer.
Mrs. P. M. Prltchard of the Omaha
Story-Tollers' league will tell stories at a
meeting of the Monmouth Tark Mothers'
club, which will be held Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock In the school audi
torium. Vocal solos will be given by
Mrs. Clarence Stevens. Following the
business session light refreshments will
bo served. It Is planned to continue the
meetings of the club during the summer.
Rev. J. R. Beard will have as his sub
ject "Teaching Unusual Truths' before
the Central Park Mothers' league meeting
Friday afternoon. This Is the lost meet
ing for the year and will be held In the
auditorium of the Central Park school at
!:30 o'clock. Will Hetherlngton will give
Mrs. C. 8, Hartwlck, chairman of the
propaganda committee of the Omaha Suf
frage association, has secured the serv
ices of Miss Clementine Monaco, Miss
Minnie Barton and Joe Mancusoo as In
terpreters for her work In the Italian
WILL BE WEDDED THIS
In the homes of prominent church mem
bers. Luncheons and suppers will be
served by women's organizations of tho
Miss Marl II a Case, who won the Mary
D. Stoddard scholarship of the Stato
Federation of Women's Clubs to the Uni
versity of Omaha, la a member of this
year's graduating class. Commencement
exercises will be held June U at Jacobs
The entertainment at Seymour Lake
Country club which was planned by Mrs.
L. M Ixird for Thursday has been post
poned until next month. Mrs. Lord leaves
for Chicago tomorrow to attend the fed
Mrs. George II. Bllgh will entertain the
Equal Franchise teague of South Omaha
Wednesday afternoon at her apartments
In the Traverton, Omaha. Tho hostess
will boaslsted by Mrs. Robert Thompa
son. Mrs. Bllgh wilt read a paper on
"Woman and tho Law" and Dr. Adda
Wiley Ralston will speak on reforms to
be advocated by the women.
The June number of the Budget, pub
lished by the Young Women's Christian
association, contains a letttr from Miss
Ruth Paxton, sister of Mrs. C. W. Hays,
ex-presldent of the Omaha Woman's club.
who has been working In the schools of
Boochow and Changchow, China. The
Kstes Park summer conference will be
held in Colorado August 14 to U. Several
delegates will attend from Omaha,
The national convention of Methodist
deaconesses will be held In Omaha Tues
day and Wednesday at the First Metho
dlst Enlseonal church. Fifty delegates
representing Methodist hospitals, orphan
ages and educational Institutions are ex
pected to attend, and will be entertained
Exercises for Grads
of Dundee School to
Be Held Monday Eve
Exercises for twenty-five graduates) of
Dundee school will be given Monday
evening at Dundee Presbyterian church,
Fiftieth and Underwood streets. Ken-
nard Wallace Is class president, whtlo tho
rest of the officers are! Robert Wiley,
vice president; Mary Leslie, secretary;
Dora Welse, treasurer. The program follows;
Song of Greeting (from the Sextetto).
invocation Rev. O, K. Fisher, D. D.
Salutatory Robert Wiley.
Piano Solo Mountain Stream (Sidney
Smith), Edna Ltndcrholm.
Recitation Papa and the Boy, Martha
Hong Aiassa in tne uoia, joia around.
Eighth grade boys.
War and Human Brotherhood (Chan
nlng) McKee Flsk.
Violin Solo (GondelUsd) Antoinette
Class Prophecy Eleanor Blabaugh.
Song Whlsperlnr Hope, Louise Wloee,
Helen Borshelm. Marian Jones. Vema
Tcmpleton, Dora Wlese, Hulda Anderson,
lrath prolan, eveiyn uanoroib
Class; Poem Elolse Green.
Song Who Knows What the Bella Bay,
Recitation The Gift of Trltemtus, Mil
Piano Solo Oprnntng Wheel (Splndler),
Valedictory Mary Leslie
Bridal Chorus (from the Hose Maiden).
Presentation of Diplomas Leigh Leslie.
Song The Shepherd' Goodnight, from
Throat nd sVmnsjr Troubles
Quickly helped by Dr. King's New Dis
covery, the first dose helps, best remedy
for coughs, colds and lung diseases. Eta
and $1.00. Alt druggists. Advertisement.
Join the Swappers' Club. Membership
Is free. Call at Bee office.
High Quality and Low Prices Combine to Make This
an Intensely Interesting Sale Event.
For Our Great
Men's Sample Shirts Made to sell to $3,
white and colors, in finest imported
madrases, soisettes, percales, mercer
ized fabrics, some silks; Anniversary
Sale prices Monday $1.45, 98c and 69c
Men's Amoskeag Work Shirts All sizes
regular 50c values; on sale....35c
Three for $1.00
Silk Lisle Union Suits Made to sell at
$2.00 to $3.00; all sizes and styles
at $1.98, $1.45, 98c
Pyjamas and Night Shirts Made to sell
at $1.50 and $2.00; Anniversary prices
are 98c and 69c
$1.00 and $1.50 Union Suits In fine cot
ton and lisle, all styles, 69c and 49c
Men's 25c and 50c Quality Socks All
sizes and colors; sale price 25c 12V&C
Men's $1 Night Gowns All sizes. .49c
Wash Four-in-Hand Ties 15o and 25is
quality, all new colors; on sale at,
each 12Mc and 7MjC
Men's 25c Initial Handkerchiefs, 12MjC
Men's 20c All Linen Handkerchiefs 8C
Many other specials in Summer Un
derwear and Furnishings greatly under
priced in our Anniversary Sale.
JJ Attached or Do-
A dressy shirt of extreme comfort,
with Its soft collar and French cuffs.
Those with detachable collar have
laundered neck band, and can be worn
with white collar If desired. Made
In plain and fancy striped and fig-
. . . .U-m.Km.,-
cotton warp silks, pure tub silks and
grey mixed ngni
wini biikb, pure iuo biikb anu
H-"'6' $1 to $2.50
A Shirt Story of In
terest to Every Man
Lots of men complain that their shirts "are
not comfortable. Say they pinch and bind; are
not easy to wear, and do not give the service
tliat should be expected. That complaint is
not made of "Ideal" Shirts. They fit and wear.
Men find genuine "shirt comfort" when they
buy this brand.
The armholcs are big and roomy so are the arms. There
is a comfortable fullness through tho chest and shoulders, and
the skirt is amply long. The seams are perfectly sowed, the
buttonholes are in tho right place, tho buttons strongly sowed
on every little detail is given closo attention to insure fit,
service and style.
Come here for your shirts. Ask for "Ideal" brand gar
ments and you will find that your shirt troubles have vanished.
For the business man who Insists on
a laundered cuff and white collar.
Made from fine percales, plain and
fancy woven striped madras, and
other fine shirtings, netter shirts
for the money we . 0
cannot find for Jk TO DJ
you. Each , r
"IJ1" Weal Hot
We have these In plain color sois
ettes, blue and grey chambray. fancy
striped percales, self-striped and fig
ured mercerized cloths, mercerized
chambrays. silk mixtures and plain
Jap and Shantung silks, 1S1 f(
All prices, up from, plUU
"Comfort Loops" Are a Big
Feature of These Shirts
Most of the better numbers of
"Ideal" Shirts are now made with
the "Comfort-Loops." As shown
in the cut, three loops of narrow
tape are sewed into each shirt two
on the side seams, and one in front.
These loops are fastened to tho sus
pender buttons at the side, and to
tho underwear in front.
Tho loops make it impossible for
tho shirt to work up out of the trous
ers. They also support the trousers
and are, indeed
for the Man Who Wears a Belt."
Enameled Ware Specials
One lot of high grade blue and white enamel ware at
about half price.
14-qt. Dlsb Pans x -ii . s.
8-qt. Berlin Ket- ) ,1101C6 I
i tie. comnlete t n"n
with cover ( HHB
10-qt. Preserving II sIHsHHHS
kettles ( "(Msf sHHHHIV
3-qt. Coffee Pots J HHCssF
2-qt Rice Boilers. . . . -mLSX
36c size Refrigerator Pans,
40c size Refrigerator Pans,
special -, 20d
45c size Refrigerator Pans,
50c size Refrigerator Panr,
Mothers Will Appre
ciate this "IDEAL"
Boys' Waist Feature
A glance at
tho cut shows
the big lm
p r o v o ment
lately made In
two tabs at
the back, each
give an ad
just ment of
about an Inch
In waist mea
sure. If the
waist Is a
walats in fine
trnes and chamhrnv. with nttnnn
ed military collar a dressy, com
fortable and durable garment for
lads from 6 to 15 years of age.
50c and 75c
ThiB is tho most drastic cut in Boys'
Clothing wo have over made. Our entire
stock of fancy suits is divided into two
prices. All suits that sold for $2,95 to
$4.50 are marked $2.25. All suits that
wore sold at $5.00 to $8.00 are marked
$4.25. This stock is the pick of this
spring's best styles and colors. All ages,
from 7 to 19 years. In Norfolk stylo.
Ages 2V2 to 7 years in Russian and 4 to
10 years in blouse styles. Every stylo
that you would expeot to find in tho
most complete Boys' Clothing stock.
This is tho chance to prepare for vaca
tion timo for your boys.
$2.95 to $4.50 Suit3
$5.00 to $8.50 Suits
Wash Suits included in this sale.
$1.50 to $3.25 Wosh Suits 95c
Russian, Beach Blouso and Oliver Twhjt
Suits, made of linen, chambray, Rep. and
madrns; all fast colors; fino tailored
suits that are not made for special sale
purposes; starting Monday and all week;
choice of $1.50 to $3.25 Boys' Wash Suits
All ages 2Y2 to 9 years.
SPECIAL Boys' 50c Wash Pants 39c
Khakis, chambrays and ginghams; ages
4 to 16 yenrs. Best make. Limit of four
pairs to one oustomer Monday; 50c wash
Size 8, Cast Aluminum
Skillets, regularly sold
at $2.15, Spe-djl OA
cial, Monday P"'
Stoves and Refrigerators
IT TDV U A vii?iy9e rincT IT
TOtTB OAS HAirOU IS TXB UrOBS
asirox or rtfn xokx.
Thousands of Omaha's successful
home makers have found that the
surest way to get satisfactory results
from the kitchen Is to Install
A OaBLalTD OAS XAJTOS.
Ixjw Oven Itanses, $23.00, as low
High Oven Cabinet Ranges, $60.00, as
low as 3S.BO
J-burner Oaa Plates, special Monday
Wilts Mountain Ksfrlffsrators,
Bir Bargains for Monday, ap.olal
$26.60 12S-lb. capacity "White Moun
tain Refrigerators, Imitation oak
case. Boston three-door corner flit
type, all Interior parts removable,
sanitary pure baked white finish In
side, special nt 931.93
$19.60 80-lb. capacity, golden oak case,
pure baked white finish, all interior
parts removable, at (17.SO
$22.60 OB. lb capacity, as above 910.93
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