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Tl IK I'.KK: OMAHA. WKDXIJNI AV, MARCH 17, 1915.
. -By MELLIFICIA. Tuesday, March 16, 1915.
THE Chicago Herald carries an interesting Item on the dolors of the
Junior league, one of Chlcago'a recently formed and moat aueeess
ful organisations for philanthropic work, now leaded by Mm
Helen Cudahy, formerly of Omaha.
This club always entertains at a "Merry Whirl' aa it ta described,
during Easter week and this year the performance will be merrier and
more profesMcnal than ever and by far the gayest affair cf the Easter
Miss Cudahy, with her sisters, the Misses Florence and Alice, are In
charge of several of the dancing group. Miss Helen heads the Orlent.il
group; Miss Alice, the Frivolity, and Miss Florence, the Russian. Miss
Helen will also give one of the solo dances.
The entertainment win be held in Orchestra hall, and la for the bene
fit of the rest room for waitresses, a much needed organisation which th
Junior league has sponsored.
The first "Merry Whirl" was given four years ago.
Club Women at Fontenelle.
The Omaha Woman's club rave th
first lars lunrhfon at the new Fon
tenelle today. whin Mr. A. O. Peterson
if Aurora, president of the; Nebraska
Federation of Women's Clubs, and Mr.
Thomas Q. Winter, president of the
Minneapolis Woman's club and general
federation chairman of the literature d
vartment, were the; honor g-imsts. Mrs.
FVJasrd Johnson, chairman of the house
and home committee, vu In rharira of
The rural were sealed at small "1 utile
'of clsht placee In the tea room. Yellow
and a hits, the club colors, were used In
the decorations. The honor ftueata,
presidents of local federated cluhs snd
state federation offloera were at the
eneakers' table. Thee Included .
A. O. I'eterson. K. K. J Kdholm.
Thomas O. Winter. li-orK C. Kdaeriy,
N. H. Nrlaon. ". I'. KaM,
F. H. Cole. W. M. lavldaon ,
. W. T'syaa, of Kprlng-rield,
K. M. yfert, J. t. bahlman.
M. D. Cameron,
other club women prearnt were:
V. A. Fhoemaker,
.). M. Tsnnrr.
.1. W. Will,
V. A. IMIwcrth
F. J TngK'ilt.
M. H. Whltehiiuse.
H. V. t'silson,
P. H. Winn.
K. It. Horn,
K. W. llendee,
T. H. TlhHra,
K. J. Purdue,
V. C. Tvm,
XV. A. W'oodard.
w. u J-yle.
K. II, Hansom,
. A. Nlikuni,
F. XV. Moshor.
K. H. Towl,
A. IL McFarland,
II. Mai ley,
I oiila Mueei,
Jyhn 1 laarn.ann,
F. J. MrlJUferty,
K. I j. IXMlner.
'. II. Wllhnell.
'. f l.awann,
.1. F. Fersuaon,
A. X'. Dreaher.
Jorge Waterman, II. J. Halley,
". J. I.ron.
V P I'ow tI,
f XV. Carml. hael,
. I,. Ilempcl,
J I) II Iks.
II. J. Holmes.
K. XV. Uooth.
J. i'.. rtonner,
-". J. Kla-k.
H. C Jordan.
I- M. I -oid.
I. F. Jliiitoiie,
XV. J. Null,.
H. S. HluUh,
'. II. Miillln.
i A. r her wood,
il. A. hainmls,
U. M. Hnilth.
For Miia Arnold.
F. A. Howant.
A. I.. FerriHln.
.1. J. MrAlllater.
Fenjamln Hrm krield.
F. J. Hetinett, .
H K. t'rane,
F. 1.. Haller,
II. P. Hamilton,
I.. J. Ileal, y, ,
J. X': Ktnrirtt,
. H. H rook a.
XV. A, XVIIiox,
J. XV. Welch,
Mis. William F. Baxter Was'lioaieAa to
day at an attractively appointed luncheon
In honor of Miss Jensle Arnold, head real-'
dent of the Social Hettlenient. The table
was decorated with a large basket of
sweet peas and the place cards were Ht.
Patricks day novelties. Mrs. Haxter en
tertained the membership oommHlee.
St. Patrick's Say Affairi.
The. Prairie Park club will give a spe
cial subscription dance Wedneeday even
In at their club house. It will be a
typical St. Patrick's Osy iffalr. The
club rooms and ball room will be elab
orately decorated In green with the flag
of Ireland prominently displayed and a
. profusion of 'shamrocks. Nobody will be
allowed on the dunce floor without "wear
ing the green." In place of punch orange
cider will be served.
The La loos club will give a St. Pat
rick dancing party Wednesday evening
at Turplns academy. This will be the
largest and moat unique party of the
club's aeaeon and the decorations will ba
Ht. Patrick's day novelties.'
Mrs. N. I.. Uuckrrt was hoateea this
afternoon-at tte regular weekly meeting
of the Tuesday pVwIng circle. The club
sews for the Visiting Nurse aasoclatlon.
Mia. hcymour II. Smith gave an
Oiplicum party thla afternoon In honor
f Mis. flhrpherd of Hrouklyn and for
Mrs. K. XV. Ilarnard. The matinee wai
followed by an after-theater tea at the
Fontent-lle. The gueaia entertained were:
' . K. Ikln. XV. h Wxmieh
r . ii.. r-inmi,
F. K. Coulter.
V. XV. Turner.
Afternoon at Cardi.
Mrs. H. t llartry entertained In
formally this afternoon In honor of Mrs.
Alsry Reynolds of Sheridan. Wyo. Those
Mary Kevnold i. t'liun li,
of Sheridan. XVyo.; XX'. laard.
Hartry . e Kumph.
of Canada. .1. Minn! -k. .
It. Hofman, R. Nlchola
' Hh.ne. H. O. Hartrv.
Fnir, T. Tagg.
ll-e Hasel Hartry.
Change in Meeting- Place.
The rarUh AU aoctety f Trinity
cathedral will meet at the home of Mrs.
l-athem Uavls Wodneaday morning. In
stead of with Mrs. Georgo K. I.aiker, as
was prevloualy announced
Reception Openi Conference.
The largeat affair of Wednesday even
ing will be the reception af the bo'me of
lira. J. M. Metcalf, which will open lit
thlj-tecnth annual conference of the Ne
1'iaaka Daughters of the American evo
lutlon. The vlaltlng delegatea. members
of the Omaha and Major laaao Swdler
hapirg and the Hons of the American
devolution will be entertained.
Tin Wcddli.g of MUa WUma Howard.
dughtr of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howard,
and Mr. Carl Swanland of Newman
rov. Neb., wu celebrated Monday aft
ernoon at the realdenoa of the bride's
rsrents. at i f e'elock. Rer. 11. a Row
Is nds. pttjitor of the Ftret Preabytertan
iburch. perform! the ceremony. In tba
i reaeme of the Immediate family und a
fear close frleads. The ring cere
mony was ued Tba bride wore "her
t-o-away gown of Belgian blu ailk. with
I. at to ma Id j. Mi., Maraarrt Howard, ais
ir i.' tie bride. wa the maul uf honor
and Mr. C. ,VX ilaoa of Lincoln best msa.
The bride and groom left laat evening
fur their new horns In Newman. Grove
and will take a wedding trip In May to
Prairie Park Dance.
At the Prairie Park dabs weak -end
dsnclng party Saturday evening the foW
lowing were present:
Messrs. and Mesdames rdsr.
F. Reynolds. N. W. Nichols.
W. M. Clark,
A. C. Hunt.
!r. A. W. Flle-
('. I,. I'eterson,
Ir. C. II. Halliird
lr. W. H. Klat.r,
II. I. Ucorge.
J. K. HIMIna-er,
T. C. Rich,
K. R. Ilralnnd.
XT. I,. Hlarketi,
F. A. Pardun,
II J. Shkler.
Mrs. R. H. Wall,
Phyllis Weheig, ,
A. I.. Oladwln.
11. Slattery of
K J. Mnatrom of
.1 era Id Hmre,
I,. I j. Carr,
John C. Iilttlnser.
Dr. XVIIIaid H.
Debutante Bridge Club.
The Debutants Bridge club was enter
talned this afternoon at the home of Mls
Kugenle Patterson. The members present
Franoa Hoehaletler, Blanche IHiuel,
l.urllo Karon, Helen Clarke.
Alice Jauulth. Rleanar Mecksy,
.Marlon Kuhn, AnnUifford,
KiiRenla Patteraor., Janet Hall.
Sew for Charity. ;
Mlas Rllxaheth Congdon was hostess at
the' meeting of the Tuesday Bridge club
this nfternoon. The members sewed for
one of the local charities and those pres
ent were: , .
June A. Abbott,
W. A. Hmtth,
J. B. lond. -H,
XV. H. Stewart. Jr.;
XV. H. Iiiee.
'. I Owen,
H. i. King.
I. 8. Kelt.
Ir. J. Res Bell,
I). K. Smith.
K. C. Conlev.
K. J. Weheig.
l. W. Oardnrt.
'. C. Ilaynes,
' rranVreB Watt,
Cecils Impovsn of
Meaara . .
W. F. Sweeny of
Lincoln. Neb. ;
.1. W. Jackson.
Frank C. Lee,
O. F. Abbott.
R. IT. MacNamsra.
XV. R, MrCormlck
The , Aliaalon
afternoon aa Jacob's hall.
Haa R. Towle,
Sewing club met
Miss Helen Adklsson entertained the
K. K. K.e last evening at her home.
After a dellatrtful Ht Patrick's du
luncheon, her engagement to ' Edmond
X ynn of Schuyler, Neb., was announced,
the wedding to take place this spring.
. Mlssea Misses
Alice Peters. Alice Iavls,
I Hat Marshall, Katharine Bachman,
Margaret Solomon, Irene Palmqiilst,
Kvel n Copeland. fliarlotte Thompklni
Alfreds Traulaen, Helen Adklason,
Irene lllnman, Viola Pierce,
To California. '
Mr. Joseph Hayden. accompanied by
his slater. Miss Sadie Hayden. left Pstur-'
dsy evening for Ban Francisco. They will
meet Mrs. F.dward Hayden, Miss Ophelia
Isvdrn and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Store,
who are returning from the Hawaiian
Islands, and visit ths exposition together.
, HAIR, EASY, SAFE
Something; New Not a Dye
Acts on Roots Makes Gray
Hair Glossy, Soft, Dark.
If your hair Is gray, streaked with gray,
prematurely gray, faded or falling, and
you want beautiful dark hair, thick god
abundant, slmrly apply Q-Ban Hair Color
Reatorer to hair and scalp, a few times,
rubbing It in gently with the flngac Hps.
To use UBan Is no bother, as nothing
tlae is required. It Is wunderful snd will
please and dVllgbt you by making your
gray hair dark, soft, fluffy, silky, thick,
giving the abundance which makes the
hair so attractive. Q-Ban la not sticky
or messy ; harmless, and is a delightful
hair dreasing. Also slops dandruff, fall
ing hair or Itching scalp. Uuaranteed to
darken gray hair or ao charge. Try IL
Don't atay gray when you on ao aaaHly
darken your hair and look vu ra
jl-os. bottle only (Or at Sherman Ho-
vnnen urug t.. owl Drug Co, Harv-
ard or Loyal Pharmacy, Omaha, Neb.
Out-of-town folke supplied by majl.
Cf. for First - Htlf-
OUb Wile, 3e fer
ttca isittieitl aile tktrt-
aflir for tht tltUaca y
rWa. R charge kt eaO
ing af rtbiratng.
W aulas' Tisse at mee
ef SUM t am.
Tat'e Owr aWrvtee"
Telephone Doug. 90.
Qcialia Taxi Senrica Co.
?I04 Faraant t
For the Boudoir
May Annexed Voters
Run for City Jobs?
j Whether the annexe! I'm bill. If enacted
I Into law with the emergency clause at
I onee end becoming effective so far as
j the actual merger ia concerned only after
a period of twenty days, would enable
residents of suburbs to be candlrtstes and
x-ote st the coming iy election. Is a
question which has been put to Elec tion
"The genersl oplnloi has been tlist
lestdents of the auhurbs would be elig
ible to partlclpste In the election If an
nexation paaees wltn the errlergency
clause." said the commissioner. "It Is
tTnc. however, that a question
this may arise. 1 decided not to
thla brlii-e until I came t'i It: have
abaolutely no consideration to the
and would not want to make em
inent conccrninit it."
Investors with nione read the iVest
ITatste ads in Tho Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick sale.
LJ late-nut. rocoanut
and cream roll
and efficient at
tention. All dellr- M
ertes are made
ly LA RACONTEUKE.
A negligee that la eifjulsitely dainty Is this of cream colored geor
gette crepe, over which is draped cream daphne silk and wide shadow
lace. : A girdle of pink satin ribbon extends in lond ends oxer the front,
with tiny wreaths of pink flowers.
Furniture of Good Quality
Yot Vory Moderately Priced
A beautiful collection of tho latest productions, the approved period
styU re feprcwented hy many suites; and sinKle pieces for every room.
The additional space which e recently added to our Maniple floors is
now devoted to the exclusive display of beautiful solid nuthogany and
Out of the High Rent District
See our ex
made so on
floor is now
An Elegant Reed norker. mnaslve and thor
oiiKhly comfortable; the scat and back In up-
noiHiereo wun neautirui tapesiry
inie uesign, our price
Have the Central Figure on
Your Furniture Bill!
or iv mv
A massive over-stuffed Turkish
Sofa, upholstered with a.n excel
lent quality of tapestry of a very
pleasing: design, an excellent val
ue at our price ...... 855.0O
nubstsntial genuine mahouany
rlockec, made aa all good quality fin
Iillure ahould be. ihir price... (7.60
An eleRiint genuine mahosany Li
brary Table In a maastve colonial de
sign, beautifully made and nicely
finished. Our price aaa.59
Tho Central Is a Safe Place to Trado
For Rich. Light Calces
I r and Puddings
Nothing so much insures
uniform, satisfactory results in all
kinds of baking as . -
It is alirays eura. sweet and rich dosio to the last drop. It cose
farther, lasts loagat and is more convenient than Dotue milk. .
Once you leara its superiority for all baking purposes you'll asisr be
without IL oet a supply today.
The) Milk Without thai Cooked Teat
5 and lO Cents
At AO CooJ Dmlr
AMERICAN MILK COMPANY
Spring Fashion Looks With Great U
Favor Upon These Suits of Silki
Silk Poplin and Silk Faille tailored suits already have
StfUck the note of nonular fanev and'hav Mtahlished a
vogue that likely will be maintained throughout the season
4 7 a a a v a u v a a a vai vxa
r"5 Each Suit Possesses
an Air of Rare ,
Distinction . J
The soft drapery
texture, with the
rich effect of the
them unexcelled for
Tl. ae mi-fitted and
The fetchuif flared
all combine to make theee
sufts rery attrmcttre and
glre tbem an air of distinc
tion seldom achieved la
Every Model Elicits
-T- M " W h
to Every Taste
In sizes for misses,
small women many
silk suit models
have just been re
ceived. Designed by leading
New York couturiers
to authentic modes
Made from the high
est quality materials
these suits are moderately
priced, each an unusual
aJue at th price we shall
ask, as an Inspection will
$25. $35, $39, $49
and Upwards to $98
The models pictured above are selected Irom our famous CORONET HAT
assortment and add further evidence to the already well established fact
that, every new phase of Dame Fashion is Instantly reflected in this
wonderful selection of hats; they are In tune with her every mood.
Black and white effects have met with the instant approv
al of womankind, with the result that the demand for this
style effect in millinery for spring is increasing daily
As in the past we are first to recognize fashion's demand almost to- anticipate it so we
have an almost unlimited variety of very smart black and white hats. Those Pictured, $10.
(Especial attention is directed to our Sixteenth street display)
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Exclusiveness Is the Keynote of Thesefl
It New Embroidered Kid Gloves for Spring ft
w This fact will be appreciated by the woman who prefers to accent H
her individuality and personality in the
Black and white and the new' sand and
champagne shades, in a variety 'of styles al
most bewildering. There are, however, lim
ited quantities in every style, insuring exclu
siveness in hand-wear.
apparel that she affects . v
Especial attention is directed to the white
gloves with black embroidery and black
gloves with white embroidery, and to the
sand, putty and champagne shades with black
We are showin&f for the first time a limited quantity of washable cape gloves in ivory
and sand shades exclusive and very practical. Many other newly arrived styles in
street and dress gloves all moderately priced at $1.50. $1.63. $J.75 and $2.50.
Specials From Exposition Sale of Silks
3 2 -inch Imported Shan
tung Silk and Paint
Beech Silks Our own
importation. All first
Juahties. A yard, 59c
Shedwater Foulards la the new dots, fancy two
and three-tone effects, and fancy atripes In a aplen
dld array of new printings. They are very fash
ionable this season. 24 inches wide, a tf4 nn
yard. 69cV, 40 inches wide, a yard pl.Jlv
JS-lnch Black Peau Radium A new. soft, clinging
ailk fabric, similar to crepe meteor, but worth a
little more. The weight or thla material is suit-l
able for aulta and dresses. Special af nn
Wedneeday, a yard pI.UU
The New 40-inch Fan
cy Stripes in a Fine
Faille Weave They
have just been re
ceived. Specially priced
for this sale, a yard
Trio of Important Dress Goods Specials
Blaok and White Shepherd Checks
are in re-jue at present. For
Wedneeday we offer a splendid
quality, all-wool material, rr
54 tncbea wide, for ...pl.9U
50-inch Gabardine For tail
ored suits and dresses. 16 new
shades; also black nicn
and cream. A yard. . . aD I
Fr.sch Serges, Fancy Suitings,
Smart Mixed Suitings Checks snd
stripes; Poplins and Fine Whip,
cords Special Wednesdaj no
a yard 79c and 7oC
Unusual Rug Buying Occasion for Wednesday K
27n64-inch Wllten Rugs-
Keuiar 16 values, for
12 Wlrton Velvet tO? Cfi
Seam leas "tugs Special y.0U
27x54-inch Axminster dl lF
Rugs 2. SO valuea, forpi,UiJ
36x72-lnch Axminster d0 f
Ruga $4 valuea, for. . . taCUs)
Rag Rugs Slies up to 36x72
inches. Z.IH values, jjq
3Sx63-inch Wilton Rugs nn
Regular 7 ralues, for pD.UU
8.3x10.6 Wilton Ruge Worth
13?. oU. Wednesday,
9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs Regular
su.uu vaiuea. special (POn nn
Wednesday, for pU.UU
Window Shades Are Most Attractively Priced
1 nis is uie time to have us measure and make your new shades.
8ise Si. Each .
Columbia ftaadee Made ef beat oil
opaque. Sis 1x7
II m ported English Water-Proof Cloth
Shades Size 3x6.. Made to tt
order. Each UuC
Columbia Linen Shades s f
ISlae 3i7. Each I3C
1,000 Pair af Pine Lace Curtains 45 to 60 inches wide. White or
ecru.' Valuea to 12 60 a pair. Very special Wednesday. -Bach
anai 11 ir
Shade Size 3x7.
order. Each ....
Shades Size 4x6.
to order. Each .
We make a specialty of making win
dow ahadea no order la toe large
fer ue to handle. Estlmatea free.