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25 cent bottle of "Danderine"
keeps hair thick, strong,
Girls! Try this! Doubles beauty
of your hair in few
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Wednesday, March 10, 1915.
EAKINa a nw 115 model decollete frown for the first time at
dinner party U regarded by a certain Omaha society woman to
be one of the most exciting of Indoor sports.
She had a coming-out in her now creation Monday evening
at a function where sundry and satisfying viands were served. Her new
gown was outre de rtgueur, recherche and a few other attributes which
new gowns sometimes hare. She had Titian tresses and a delightful
j hauteur and a mellifluous voice. Her soul was troubled, however, leat
at this coming-out she might come out of her gown, so she coached her
confidante, another well known society woman, to cough lu case the shoul
der pieces of her gown should give evidence of a lapse of responsibility.
The confidante friend saw a humorous situation, so she prompted
several other friends to cough every now and then, the result being that
there was considerable coughing at this dinner party and that the wearer
of the decollete gown was In a high state of perturbation all through the
meal. She could not keep her mind on the prandial offerings set before
her. She appeared abstracted. ,
But when she discovered that all was well with her new gown she
cast withering glances Ln the direction of her late confidante and her
YIEW ART EXHIBIT
School Children' Look Over the,
Picture! and Comment on Their
Class and Value.
AUTHORITY ON PRICE SPEAKS
Wtthln ten minutes nrterisn applica
tion of Danderlne you can not find a
elnsle traca of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not Itch, but what
will plea yon molt will be afttr a few
weks use, when you sea new taalr, fin
ad downy at flrat yea- but really new
hair STowlns all over the scalp.
A little Dandertn immediately doubles
the beauty of your hair. No difference
how dull, faded, brittle mid arraagy. Just
moisten a ototn with Danderlne and
carefully tfmw It through your batr, tak
ing on small strand at a time. The ef
fect Is amastnf your hair will be light,
fluffy and wavy, and have an appear
ano of abundance) an Incomparably
luster, softness and luxuriance.
Qet a J cent bottle of Knnwlton's
andrlaa from any drug store or toilet
counter, and prove that your hair Is aa
pretty and sort aa any that It has been
negtoctad or ' Injured by careless tft
roantthat's all you surely oan have
beautiful hair and lota or it If you will
just try a IltUe Danderlne.
Tor Bhsumatlsm aae Kidney Trouble
50 Cent Bottle (32 Doies(
JuKt becsuse you start the day worried
and tired. Miff 1bs and urine and mus
cle, an aching head, burning and bearing
down palua ln tbe back worn out before
the day begins, do not think you have
to eUty in mat condition.
Tboee eufterera who are In and out of
bed half a dosen times at night mill ap
preciate the mat. comfort and strength
thla treatment Riven. Kor any form of
madder trouble or weakness, Ita aciibn Is
H strong, well and vigorous, with no
ra-e pains from stiff joints, xore mut
ties, rheumatic suffering, aching back,
or Kidney or bladder trouble.
Te prove The Williams Treatment con
quers kidney and bladder liicae. rheu
matism and .all uriu arid troubles, no
rualter how chronic or stubborn. If you
have rwver ueed Tbe Williams Treatment,
we Wll Klve ono too bottle (31 dosnsi
tree If von will cut out this notice and
end It with your name and address, with
Jim to help Py distribution expeha, to
The Dr. IX A. WHIImtis Company. Dapt
nit New P, O. Building-, feast Hampton,
riena Send at once and you will receive
by parrel post a regular (tic bottle (HI
doaeet, without chariie and without ln
rtirrtrig any obligations. Una bottla only
ta a family or address.
tt&MEN APPEAR AS OLD
AS THEIR KAIR
It la astonishing to see how muih good
looking hair does toward producing a
youthful appearance. It Is astonishing
slao to realise how much the attractive
ness of the hair Is effected by the cars
wa gtve It, especially In the matter of
cleansing. In washing the Imlr II la not
advlaabto t usa a makeshift, but always
Bee. a preparation made for ahsmpoolng
air. You oan enjoy the best that Is
known for about three rnte a shampoo
Ur getting package of eantlirox from
ar drugglat; dUeolve a tcaspoonful In
a oup f hut water an! your shampoo le
ready. After Ita use the hair drhs rap
Idiy. with uniform color. I'andruff, ex
raea ell and dirt are dissolved and en
tirely disappear. Tour hair will b. to
fluffy that It will , loqk mut'h. heavier
than It la Ita luster end softness will
aJeo delight you. . a nils the stimulated
oalp galna tha health which Insures hair
George Johnson freve an Orpheum party
Sunday evening, followed by supper at
Ihe Rome hotel. The gunsts were:
Harsh Wood he II, Klsle Jlousman.
Mr. joscpn 'J. weeks.
A surprise party was given In honor of
Mies Ruth Kiitsrhor nn her thirteenth
birthday Hunrlay afternoon. Thoso pres
Mr. and Mrs. Kutwhr
Ueorfe E. Toy,
Msrv .tsne Dobyns,
Msybelle MorrU, .
"E. C. Uttle.
Leave for California.
Mr. John A. Swsnson will leave tonight,
accompanied hv his wife, daught-tr and
nephew, for southern California, vttHinn
the xp-i.'l mt at fn Plego a'il Sail
fran mhco. .
Dr. and Wt. A. K. Mack plat to lesve
Thursday for a six weeka' trip to Call
fomla snd tie coast expositions. Enrouls
home they n-lil visit ln Portlsu I.
The Birthday club gave a surprise party
In honor of Mrs. M. J. Kingsbury at har
home Monday afternoon. Tbe guests en
Uoyrt Ml Ms.
Complimentary to Mr. C. F. Junod.
Mrs, Fred Rlebel entertained at bridge
this -afternoon. Spring flowers were umd
throughout the rooms and three tables of
players were present.
News of the Fine Arts.
The exhibition of the Omaha Bodety of
Fine Arta was in charge today of Mes
dsmcs Arthur Roger and Clark Powell,
for the morning view; Mcadamea Bdgsr
Kcott and Kdson Rich, for the afternoon,
snd Mr. Tolcsr and Mrs. A. B. Currle
will be tho hostessea this evening. Mies
Ethel Kvana told tha story of the pictures
March Ihe Month for Colda.
Hitrdcn your system with Hell's Plne-Tar-lloney.
It kills the cold germ.
Cures tha couch. Only 25c, AU drug,
Church Party. . .
The members of the Cs stellar )rea
byterlan church choir gave a bobsledi
party Monday evening. After a drive
about the city the party went to the
home of Miss Margaret Majthewson on
Deer Park boulevard, where 'tunoh was
served. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. John (.'. Orau.
Mail a ret Koopman, Anna Rrtem
Ma run rot fates,
Ma wrighl. r
Henjamln Koopman, injamm uraves.
Herman Krelle. . William UuttheWr
4'harUs Kurkinan, eon,
Walter Raker. Waller Krelle.
William Kichard, Robert Walstrom.
Social Settlement Officers.,
The board of directors of tha Social
Settlement association met at the Young
Men's Christian association this after
noon to elect officers.
On the Calendar.
The Etevlrp club will give a dancing
party at Chambers' Thursday evening,
March .IS. . ;
Mr. Albert Miller. 3S1K Sherman ave
nue, will entertain the Elxtentlon society
Friday afternoon of thla week.
News of the Wayfarers.
Miss Nina Kartell Is registered at the
Hotel McAlpIn In New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Root are at the
Hotel Eastman, Hot Springs, Ark., for
the month of March.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Naomi McArthur, who has been
viamna irienua in Minneapolis, returned
! home Tuesday.
Miss Selda Drown left this morning '
for Fremont, where she. will visit her
sister, Mrs. Samuel Block.
Mrs. K. K. Riley and small daughter.
Mildred, have returned from the east,
where they have been visiting friends In
Pcranton, Penn., and New oVrk city for
the last seven weeks.
Miss Henrietta Otlmore lias been con
fined to her home for a number of weeks,
belns Ihreetened with pneumonia.
. Ml Ruth McDonald. Miss L.ncllla Den.
nle and Misa Helen Thomas of Council
Bluffs were gueats at the Kapia Kappa
Uamina house In Lincoln thla fir.t of th.
I week. ,
Dancingr Parties Tonight
The Cinosam club wui give a dancing
Party thla evening at the Scottish Rite
n informal party will be given tonlsht
by th numbers of the Wednesdsy Even
Ins Hubeorlptlon olub at the Metropolitan
dub.. Those preaent will be:
Mever. and Mesdamea
R. If liaaiuiKa v. R. Wataon.
Keene AbtH.it. 8,41,,,
Tuesday China Club.
The Tursdny Afternoon Chltui club waa
entertained this week at tha home of Mra
A. CT Ureeaoni Those present were.
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A thousand pairs of juvenile feet
ran up and down tbe white marble
stairs at the Fontenelle hotel on
Wednesday and over the rich carpets
and clattered about the big ball
room, where the art exhibition la Co
Tnawed by the magnificence which
surrounded them, unterrlfled by the
stern glances of maids and bellboys,
they studied an.
They were there from the Kellom
school to study art. That Is why
they studied it. Kind teacher bad
brought them on invitation of tbe
Omaha Society of Fine Arts to sow a
little seed in the callow soli of their
minds which, some day, may sprout
and bring forth Whistlers. Corots
and Michael Angelos.
Picking; Their Plctares.
Each child aaa Instructed to pick out
the picture which he or she liked best.
'They will be called on to write the rea
sons lor their lining ana siss, tney won 1
he able to fall back on that subterfuge of
their ciders at art exhibits who can and
do any 'There's something about that
picture I don't know an eluatve some
thing a aott . of r you, know that
makes me like It." Johnnie and Albertlne
must give reasons.
Three colored youths sst on a luxurious
divan, progrsms ln hand. They were ap
proached with the query whether they
hsd picked out the picture they liked beet.
All had and, strange to say, all had
picked picture In the same comer of
the room. One expressed a 10ft liking
for "Haxy Morning on Ftfty-nlntn
Htreet" which Is owned by Mrs. John L
Websier. The-second liked "A Summer
Night' which is a most blxarre picture,
And the third said he likes "that one
there next to the dago." He pointed to
a picture of four children picking berries
which hangs next to "A Dutchman."
Dtapnlr aa to Valae.
An enthuslsatlc group of little girls
stood before a pretty painting, "Diana,"
oa ned by Mrs. Charles T. Kountxe.
"Ain't it pretty?" said one.
"L'm-m-m," murmured several tittle
"Aw. we've got one prettier 'a that,"
said a little black-hatred maid In a red
dress. "Ma bought It f'm a man that
came around selling 'em an' It cost 13."
"Aw, U! Don't .you think this cost
The little girl ass the cmter of
stormy argument. Rut she held her
ground, maintaining that If It had cost
mora than 11 It wasn't worth it. I
Teaportaat sal therltatlye.
A youth approached, a sweet-clad youth
And upon his coat lapels were sundry
andy divers buttons containing such lofty
sentiments aa "Hello, Klddo," "I'm the
guy that put the ha' in Omaha" and ad
vertisements for varloua food products
and sgrlcultural Implements. The youth
was in himself a miniature and peram
tulatory art gallery.
Evidently he was a youth of soma
weight In the school, a youth whose coun
sel was sought on great questions. For
no sooner did his button-covered person
hesve In sight than the little girls re
ferred the great question to him.
"(Claude, didn't this pitcher cost more'n
ill" they demanded. "Msrg'ret says It
Flsea Price Haadlly.
Claude observed the painting with calm
"Cer'nly, it cost more'n $3," ha said.
"Tou couldn't get It under 110." '
"Pee!" cried the little girls to Margaret.
But Margaret waa not disconcerted.
"Huh!" she said. "Well, I wouldn t
give over S3 for It."
And against such an argument what
could the cries of all the little girls do
snd the wiiidotn of ths erudite, dignified
and button-covered Claude?
Jurors for Federal
. Court Fail to Show
Four out of twenty-six jurors summoned
for service In federal court fslled to ap-
P'ar in the morning. Attorneys for both
shies ln the suit of Attorney John A
M'Kjre asalnst the T'nlon Faciflc railroad
for Sljn.OflO nllexed dsmasres for personal
Injuries, desired to pick the Jury from
the full psnel summoned, so exsmlnntl"n
of Jurors was not begun until afternoon.
Judge Jemes D. Elliott of South Dakota
In here to try the casa and any others
that may be brought to trial aoon. His
stay will he Indefinite, but not long. No
criminal rases will probably be tried, ns
rnlted States District Attorney F. 8.
Howell will be engaged with a federal
grand Jury at Lincoln, commencing next
We thoroughly believe w
have the best clock repairing
department ln all Nebraska.
W don't repair clocki.
like most jewelers. We don't
allow poor watch makers to
do our clock work. We em
ploy skilled workmen
workmen who are capable
of making a new part that
might be worn or broken
workmen we can trust with
the finest chimes or grand
This 1 Combs' (lock Re
Omaha's New "Women's
Store" Opens Tomorrow
Anl everybody's welcome. I be
lieve that I have one of the most
complete and attractive "Women's
Stores" in the West. Thousands of
dollars have been spent in remodel
ing alone; and no detail has been
overlooked. I open for business
Thursday morning, and invite your
Ladies' Suits, Coats,
Dresses and Millinery
at Popular prices
The opening of this store Represents the
realization of Mr. Pred's ambition for
years' that of a high-grade specislty shoi
for women, where popular prices will pre
vail. Mr. Pred Is known among the trade aa
a "fast merchandiser," or, ln other words,
a merchant who figures on doing a large
volume of business and being satisfied
with a small percentage of profit on each
sale. Future advertisements and prices
will soon convey this, fact to shrewd and
economical women of this vicinity.
GRAND SOUVENIR OPENING
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CLOAKS, SUITS O MILLINERY
Southeast Corner 16th and Douglas Sts.
Rub Omega OA tly over tha ptae
But burta Then soak a piece of tan-
, . r 7 WIU P'ece ft dry
.nMa. TLi Simnl IrritmMl ..... . n-v
st quick relit-l. Trial botUs ioc
THE OMAHA BEE
THE nOME PAPER
Wlist could be more appropriate for
the delnitente than this charmingly Sim
ple dsnce sown of vale pink pusey wil
low laffeiar Ita bodice la surplice effct.
with a r se corsage: wMe .draped girdle
and saucy tow, odd to Ita charm, while
the many flounced aklrt (Ives It that
quaint air tnet la so evident and fascinat
ing this sruson.
i. 1, VVltier. :
X. J. (Maitk.
O I). Talbert.'
K. W lnr Inahoff,
W. ML Ret
K. O Warren,
H 3. tjehneidera
T. M CWdon.
tl. W. llartmaa
A. C. Ureenon.
Wednesday Bridg-e Club.
.Mrs. John Fotter Webater was hoatess 1
ttiut afternoon at the meetins of tli
Wednesday Brldfe club. Mrs. Iula '
lier was tr.e fuest of the club. The
members present were:
John H. Wrbater. Ben Wood.
ato matter how l.ina or how bad no to
your drugaiat toduv ai set a 60 cent
box of I'yiainld file lieme.ly. It will
Klve uuick relief, and a amide box oflr,
t uran. A trial ra kace mailed free In
Dlain wrapper If you send ua coupon
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Gircsit Sale of
Kaihrrtne Ttiumia'l, K tiaboth I.ivn.
ary ijurkley, NJllUred Uulier.
FREE SAMPLE COUPON
PYHAMin PHt'O IMMPANY,
111 l'rJitld Bids., Marshall. Mid)
Kindly and in a Fro sample of
ryraaaia Flla aXeasedy. in plain
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Nearly all are sold-End may he tomorrow
The'great sale of "WHITE BEAUTY". Hoosier Cabinets will end Saturday
at tkt latest, perhaps tomorrow. If each of the 1,000 towns where the Hoosier Company ha
.permitted this sale does aa well as w have here, theru will be no trouble about the quick
doubling of 41 v hite Beauty" Sales. , There is every indication that the limited number al
leted ns for this sale will not last till Saturday night. We eun obtain no more to sell at
the present low price. Most likely y6u will see these cabinets in the homes of sqme
xf, your nearest and dearest friends. Why wait until then and regret that you
missed the opportunity that is offered. to you as freely as to them t
Tomorrow Pay Only $1.00 Try the "White Beauty"
in Your Own Kitchen
This ohanoc of a lifetime to secure a real Hoosier Cabinet at a $2.50 reduc
tion from the low casa price, and on terms of only $1.00 down and $1.00
weekly, may never orcur again. The HooPler Club plan of payment
haa proved amatlngly popular with tha foremost women in this .
community. 8ome of them tell ns it ts tbe same way that tney
have bought lne editions of rare books. Yet it costs you nothing
extra to enroll In the Hoosier Club if you come tomorrow. No
.Interest. No fee of any kind.
Sea this wonderful shaker flour sifter; the Hoosier accounting
system; the rook-book holder; the food guide; the want list; tbe
pencil holder; the money tray; the emergency shelf, and dozens of
other labor-saving devicea, IT of which are entirely new.
Saturday May Be Too Late
Other women are making up their minds tonight to come to
morrow and select a Hoosier Cabinet while they can save $J.5u. 1
won't take five minutes to decide when you see It.
Come early for when thla lot ls-gone no power on earth cou
get you another "White lWauty" at this price.
ORCHARD & W1LHELM GO.
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TO THS PUBLIC: to authorize this sale, limited
to "Vhlte Beauty Hoosier cabinets, at 92.50 less
than' the fixed cash price of these cabinets, this
week only. THE HOOSIER lFG. CO., New Castle. Ind.
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