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Till; Mill: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1013.
Thursday, March 18, 1915.
PITY the poor man.
After years of enjoyment obtained by ranting and raving
earh and every time fashion decreed the style and design of women's
apparel should change, the poor man must take a back seat whil
the worm turns and women steps to the fore to ridicule and scoff. Why?
you ask. But have you seen the spring styles for menT
Henceforth the sartorial display of the average male will be sufficient
to enliven a funeral, let alone s tango tea pr a dinner-dance, where one
cornea to enjoy bneself. While the midsection of the well-dressed man
will be decorously clad, It ls at the two ends of his person that he will
blossom forth in a manner most wonderful to .behold.
The hat which will adorn his scented Jocks is what Is generally re
ferred to on the woman's page aa a confection; the band is Its crownlne
glory, a glory unsurpassed by Solomon's, but accompanying sprigs of al
falfa, which prevent Walking Dear the curb, , also add to the effect.
And the lower end. Sufficient It la to say the feet will be encased io
dainty creations of finest leather and silk, adorned and fastened , by large
sapphire buttons. It la admitted by shop keepers that the loss of one but
ton will ruin a pair of shoe; and make them only useful to make scarf pins
out of the remaining Jewels. .' .. ... , '
Dut the best la yet to come. The hat and shoes are nothing In com
parison. Shop keepers declare they will wish onto Omaha men that evil
of evils, the walking stick. Despite the fact that a good healthy westerner
regards the walking stick as an Implement to be used only In case of ex
treme age or rheumatism, an effort will be made' to thrust the swagger
stick on young men. - Whether the shop keepers will be successful or not
remain to be seen, but they have allied themselves and will put forth
strenuous efforts In the, attempt. ' '
The usual gaudy raiment as to neckwear andShirts, although it looks
more noisy than ever, will be in vogue this year, and swings are of about
the same cut and designs with a few minor changes.
But, even so, it can be seen what a tumultous time poor man Is to
have when he attempts to buy a spring outfit.
MISS RUTH HOYT, who
last year captained the in
door base ball champions,
will play this year on the
Wellesley college base ball
team. In 1914 she pitched
her class to victory over
sophs, seniors and freshmen.
MUNGER CHANGES ONE
OF RULES OF PRACTICE
Kule 1 of the ruin of practice 0f th
fnHed Ftatea court for the 'district of
Nebraska was repealed restsrdsy by or-
der of Judge T. C. Munger.' The rille
reads a foHiws:
"Subpoena Duces Tecum No subpoena
duces tecum shall b In tied by the clerk
except upon aa application filed and sub
mitted to the court or a judge thereof,
afd an order therefor made and filed.
Notice 'of application therefor shall be
given and filed, except In cases in which
the Interests of Justice will. In the opin
ion of the court, be better served by the
Issuing- of the aubpoena without a prior
This' rule was one which enabled per.
sons to get an order and jro through ths
books ef a, party to a suit, and was much
Investors mth money read the Real
Estate ads In The Bee Advertise your
property for a quick rale.
Banquet at Fontenelle. .
The banquet for the opening conference
of ths Daughters of the American Itevor
lution will be given this evening at the
Fontenelle hotel at 7 o'clock. Two hun
dred re nervations hare been made for the
affair. The speakers' table will be beau
tifully appointed with spring flowers and
pink-shaded csndlea. Mrs. A; K. Oault
will be the. toast mistress, and those at
the speakers' table will be:
Mesdames . Meeds mes
Fsssrtl, v l.lttlochild,
Outirnjicy, - Klln,
lttn, M. I.urns,
Wllhclm, Anil. .
Ulsses Dorothy and KJna Ixe Mar
quardt gave a Ht. Patrick's day party
Wednesday. The aftrsrioon waa spent
with games and - music. Prise were
awarded to Misses Helen Brown, Nellie
May Oimatead and Gertrude Bloom
quint. The guests were:
Little Misses Little Mioses
lister Wsddington, Oertrude flomqulst,
Johanna Hrodersen, Tlaxel Ayr.
Helen Brown, Harlla Nicholas,
Mitry Louise Audrey Klllaore,
Brown. ' MtlilrHd 'h.pol,
Lillian Klmpson, Helen Countryman
, Beatrice Olmxted. of Council Bluffs,
Nellie Msy Olmsted, Virginia Chard.
Union Williams, Helen Ash more,
Pauline rVhumann. Mary Kellmer.
The Twinkle club gave a dancing party
Tuesday evening. About sixty couples
were present. i
Mrs. Henry Htller, Mrs. Relwyn Jacobs
and Mrs. Louis Illller gave a beaottfinly
appointed luncheon and bridge party to
do y at the Fontenelle.
The Sunshine club of the 'George A.
Custer ficllnf corps was entertained Tues
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ellis
A. Hirshey. The rooms were profusely
decorated with pink and white rosea
Aboutt thirty guests were present.. -
Mr. and Mrs. George Mackie wera
honor guests at a surprise party at' their
home Tuesday evening, given by the
members and friends of the First Pro
gressive gprttuallst church of Omaha and
Council Bluffs. One hundred and twenty-five
guests were entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Smith entertained
informally Wednesday evening. The
rooms were decorated with green and
white carnations and BL Patrick's day
favors. The guests entertained Included:
Messrs. and Meadamrs
W. H. Vohe, F. P. Mason.
J. A. Llnderholm. H.K. Hcha'ttr.
M. B. Vpdlke. K. K. Mathson.
L. J. Traynor, t
Garden Club Meeting.:. :" .: v
"Mra C. JT. Manderson was hostess .this
afternoon at the meeting. of ths Oarden
club. At tMs meeting additional plana
were made for the success pt the aeed
baser, which will be Hflven-by. the. club
March Ti at. the home of Mrs. Luther
Kountse. ' The " members present this
Harry J". WbltmorerflV. K. Martin.
Lutoj L.' Kounlse, ive Haimrr.
C. W. Lyman,. ''hartfs T. Kountse,
-'. B. Kutin, ciisool Kaatmsn. i
J. De t'orrsf, "John N. Baldwin.
On the Calendar.'
The women of ths First Presbyterian
church will give their rearular chicken pta
dinner from 11 until 1: o'clock . In. the
church parlors. v
The meeting of the White Phrltie club
will be held this evening at the Masonic
temple. Mra Willis Reed of Madison and
Mrs. Xanders of Columbbe, members of
Bethany Blirtne No. I, will be guests.
There wilt be aa Initiation of a number
of applicants for membership.
Mrs. Ern, Du Hell will entertaJa the
fircjnwiiK w4 iiv7 rvrinnnuy cnagi C1UD
Saturday at ths Hotel Fontenelle. This
meeting wMI take the place of the regular
meeting- of nest Monday. , -
The Lt-A-V)rp club will give a dantng
party this evening at Chamber i scad
Birthday Surprise Party.
Mis. R. W. Coponharvs entertained the
v usinos club last eveolnc In honor f w
Copmharve s birthday. The decorations
eie In-green and fcL ratrlrka
favors were given. The evening was
j-ialng high five. Those present
Mmsrs snd Meadamee
J r.d KUkert. Ilalph UotHliiuui.
Alias Line i'openharve.
jirs. iijoi naococu entertained the
members vt the B. U. chapter of Ua
P. K. O. sisterhood at luucheoa today at
ber home. The table as attractively
dexrated tth tulips and the guests -
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Byrne,
Mrs. Joseph Byrne rave a beautiful ap
pointed luncheon tody at her apart
ments In the New Hamilton. A large
basket of spring fhjwers decorated the
table, and the guests were:
Ben Wood, Balph Peters,
Ioulse Dlnnlns. Mary Burkley.
Original Cooking- Clnb.
Mrs. Ward Burgess was hostess today
at the meeting of the Original Cooking
club. Covers were placed for:
w. H. Ponpleton. Moahr 'opctsr,
Ward M. Burgess,
Charltis T. Kountse,
Sew for Belief. .
Miss Jessie Millard enlrtalned about
thirty-five members of the West Fa mam
circle of the Franco-Belgian Relief so
ciety this afternoon at her home.
Newi of the Wayfaren.
Registering at the Hotel McAlpln. at
New Tork City. fromyQir.sha during the
last week have beeif Miaa May Hartell
snd Mr. George O. Wilson.
In and Out of the Bee Hive. ,
W. H. Bchmoller and wife have gone
to the Paclflo coast, expecting to remain
eU weeks to two months, visiting both
of the expositions. . .
Alive and Happy .
but Says He Has
a Broken Neck
Rupert Blcclll. arraia-ned and Amhmr--A
In police court on a charge of petit
larceny. Informed City Prosecutor Fred
Anneuaer that his neck waa broken,
whon the latter Inquired why Rupert car
ried his head on one side. The case
proved of Interest to police surgeons, who
pledged Blcclll's consent to go before the
Crelghton Medical school students .fnr
an examination. '
' ss4 Colds Dasgonii.
Don't wait, take Dr. Klnas Near ni.
covery now. It will help your cough and
wine ine lungs, ooo. All druggists. Advertisement.
CITY LAWYERS SAY ROADS
: MUST MAINTAIfTVIADUCTS
The clt.v legal department has alr
ruled that It.ta the doty of the railroad
companies to.' maintain viaducts in a
proper condition, .Including .the removal
Pf, mow fromtwalks and roadways. The
commissioners will transmit, the opinion
of the .legal department to the railroad
ARE ON A MISSION OF PEACE
Distinguished Frenchmen Befute to
Talk About the Great War
GUESTS OF THE UNION PACIFIC
"I .rannot talk upon that aubject.'.' as
sorted Albert Tirman, commissioner gen
eral from France to the Ban Francisco
exposition, who with Jean Gulffrey. com
missioner of fine arts, spent two hours In
Omaha- the guests of Gcrrit Fort, pas
senger traffic manager, and General Paa
senger Agent Bnslnger of the Union Pa
cific, In response to the question, "What
Is to be the outciVme of the war in Eu
rope and how long will It continue? -
The two distinguished Frenchmen ar
rived from the east at 9:46 yesterday
morning, having come direct from France.
They remained in the city . until 11:66
o'clock, when they continued their Jour
ney westward. At the depot they were
met by Messrs. Fort and Baslnger and In
an automobile were driven about the city
during a greater portion of their atop,
calling at Union Paclflo headquarters.
They saw the parka the residence por
tions of the city and the manufacturing
and lobbing sections and expressed them
selves as greatly pleased with their en
Oa a Pear Tiflaalea.
Commissioner General Tirman talked
freely on most topics, but when war waa
broached, he shrugged his houldera
"We are on a peace mission and rannot
talk about war. It is bad enough and
here In America I cannot dlfotiss It, or
what It means for the future.
Neither of trm distinguished Frenchmen
have ever been In this part of the country
beforo, but from what they have seen,
they are in love with the United States,
Commissioner . Gulfrey remarking, "I
cannot understand this broad expanse of
level land; Ita something that I have
never seen before. '
"France -will make a creditable display
at the fan Francisco eiyyoslUon. We had
made most of our arrangmenta before
ths breaking out of the war and we have
gone on and perfected our pjans as If
nothing had occurred. Our art exhibit
will be creditable and we hope and feel
that it will please the American people."
Haa l'se CaaaaberUta's Coagfc
' Resaed y for Tweaty Yean.
''Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been
used In my household for the (est twenty
yeara I began giving It to my chlldrert
when they were small. As a quick re
lief for croup, whooping cough and or
dinary colds. It has no equal. Being free
from opium and other harmful drugs, I
never felt afraid to give It to the children.
I have recommended It to a large num
ber of friends and neighbors, who have
used It and speak highly of It," writes
Mra Mary Minks. Shortsville, N. T.
Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement,
J. c. V..-. U,,
K. t. Wji.un,
l.li. I k Wiring,
H. C raven,'
For ilrs. Fitzg-eraid
t i.ir jiiiii Mary to Mrs. VYIlJiara Fns
41 l. I vf Troy, X. Y.. who Is lt,iig
THK 8TORK OF TUK TOWN -
A. . ' ,
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Browning, King & Co.
In Our Boys' Department ' .
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Boys' Combination' Suit
AND AN EASTER HAT
v $6.75 ;
OUR BOYS FURNISHINGS
' : ARE MOST COMPLETE AND
AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION
Browning, King & Co.
CKO. T. WILtSOS, Mgr.
Women's Fine Cotton Vests wVll
known "Cumfy-Cut" style. Regular
15c Talueii, Friday, spe
clal, each iC
" 1 j ..
Children's Cotton Vests S wise
ribbed. High neck, ions; sleeves.
Ages 2 to 13. Regular
15c rests. Bach '
Multitudes of Bargains in Women's &
Misses, Suits & Dresses
Elegant garments that should sell t
$10, $12.50 and $15; Friday, choice P 1
Suits are all new spring models, every new ' 1
color, every new weave and many, many
different styles. There are various lenrths
in coats and the modelsare just what fashion demands.
Dresses are wonderful values at d
the- low ''price we shall ask, only v
Beautiful crep de chine dresses in every'
color and in black; dresses of fine silk pop-'
lin. fancy foulards, with crene de chine
waists attached in hip bodice atyle, fine chiffon taffeta,
etc. Every new style, every fashionable color as well
as staple and odd shades.
Take your choice from hun
dreds of new spring coats in
dozens of the best styles; long
and ( short models in women's
and misses' sizes: coats of fine
all-wool serges, black and white checks, fancy
mixtures novelty cloths, etc. Many sample
coats in the lot. Values up to 10. Extra
special Friday, $4.95. -
liiaok ana coiorea cot
ton petticoats, all sites
and .many styles; good
7 So values, AT
Special lot of girl's fan
cy embroidered and lace
Inserted white dresses,
several styles; ages
to 14 years; $1.60 and
$1.76 values, Friday's
special price, QJq
300 women's street and house wash crresses,
wort has high as $1.00: 500 women's wash
waists, tailored and lingerie, worth
up to $2; 400 silk and net waists,
worth as high as gl. Until all are
sold, choice for."
At this small price you may
take your choice from a large
lot of women's and misses'
skirts: 1 All are 1 in the new
spring styles, of all-wool
.serges, shepherd ' checks as Well as staple
styles in fine diagonals, fancy cloths and simi
lar ' materials. Here are values as high as
$5. In one lot Friday, choice for only $1.98.
Stripe and plain color
petticoats, made of good
wash material and
worth 39c, Fri- or
day, at but edC
Special lot of children's
dresses, colored wash
materials In many dif
ferent styles, all new
spring dresses that
should sell for 75c and
$1, Friday tor J o '
c will work wonders
in Basement Friday
CORSETS at 00
Brandels Special core- B -eta
with graduated front JL .
steel, adjustable abdom
inal band, medium bust with draw
string. Guaranteed rust-proof. Sises
21 to 36. An extraordinary value, $1.
Coutil corsets for slen
der and medium fig
ures; special for Friday
Turkish Towels 9c
200 Deien Bleached Turkish, T.wsls
Hemmed ends. - Barbers' Popular
Hot Water Towels, worth lZc. Spe-
daily priced for Fri
Buck Towels 2c
6,000 Mill .Ends of Huck
Towels 60 and 7c val
ues. Special Frl- n
day, each LC
Table Damask 43c
Pull Bleached Table Damask Ger
man mercerized finish. Two yards
wide; all pretty patterns. Jk
Worth 9o. Frldsy, yd ViC
Table Padding 19c
Tsble Padding 64 Inches
wide. The felt kind; heavy
quality. Regular e e
29o value. A yd X 5C
-' PtaiaaS BUaeksS Tawrllac
with fancjr Bordara. Moft and e 7
Unties. Resular price lo. i-AC
Bale price, a jrart 2
sW4 kr4a The cre
chet kind, h am mod nds;
air rerjr naat pat- g t
Remnants and Mill Ends
S pring Dress Goods
FOR Friday three cases mors of the same fine dress goods and same
splendid bargains that we had on sale last Friday. Lengths range
from two to five ysrds, all put up In a packet and sold only by the piece.
Materials are of all descriptions and may be used for practically all
purposes. Everyone a bargain.
npWO- to three TP WO snd one-half to npwo and one-half to
vard lenatha ef thraa and half vard A 41 A ward latiertha of
lengths of Victoria suit- suitings, granite, poplin,
WO to three
ysrd lengths ef
batiste, French flen
nel, Duvetyne checks
and strlpee, worth to
60c a yard; speolsl
Ings, coverts, serges,
novelty suitings, col
ored serges, well worth
up to 60c the ysrd; spe
clal On Friday
taffetas, checks and
stripes, cream serges,
mohairs, etc, worth
to 65o a yard,
0c-' 89c '95c
a aaaaai I
such as coverts, v gabardines, Crepella suitings, y
fine French serges," chiffon-broadcloth, checks
and stripes; worth to 75c yd., ' special Friday.
Importers' samples, tingle pieces, representing almost
all popular sprm weaves in dress roods. A larsre lot
of them on sale Friiy; very special, choice each piece
for medium figures,
boned with non- -mutable
boning, long bip with
heavy garters attached,' medium
bust with silk embroidery trim
ming; sizes 19 to 36; .very special
for 75c. i
Sanitary aprons and
belts, specially good
values for Friday,
Sssall Let Brocades Silk asl Cettea feaaj
Ratine Copenhagen, mahogany, tan l
and navy colors; S Ins. ah II
wide. Sold regularl for ZilC U
60c. To close, a yard , ." P"S
Wash Goods 7zc
Asaartrd Let ef Flae Wash
i4m An accumulation
from our many(
sales. Values to'
tfrc. FrMay. yd.,
Ratine Crepe 15c
Ratlae Crepe Stripes, dots, white
and colored grounds, etc. Medium
heavy, for street and house dressea;
also children's dresses. 17 pa
Inches wide. SOc values. Spe"- I
clal Friday, a yard .
White Goods 10c
PTeveltr White Oads alsa
PlaMa IT and 1
inches wide- 1G
values, a yard
39c Sheets 29c
72x92-1 nch Bleached Sheets Extra
fin. quality and finish ; 3-lnch hems.
ready for use. 29c val
65c Sheets 55cy
rSxSe-Iach Bleaefceal gi
leas Sheets Hemstitched.
Heavy round thread linen
finish. Restular 66c
values, ft peel ai Fri
Flae Qaalttr Dress Percale 4x4.
Neat dots, stripes and figures; light
and dark grounda. Reerular
8c value. Friday, a TC
ClEriTa AMKR1C.1W AND kihp.
SON'S DRBHI PRINT la all the
waa ted blae aaWI white, ladfsjtt, Cal
eatta. silver gray a ad faau-r a 1
ahlrttag a tries. Worth Sc. tx-Af
A yara 2
Flae ftaalltr A eras (Majchaaa Fnll
standard checks and broken m
effects. Regular price iV4c, q
Dress Olaghaaas a aid Oeaalae Bverett
Chevlets new shades. 10c 1
rMaeat Qnalltr Mereertaed Dreaa Pt.
Ha Beautiful ailk stripe and Jac
quard weave effect. Leogtha 1
to 1 yards. . All shades. -AP
Worth 16a. a yard i....'0
Kemalsje Real Seal Dress Eeshrra
This wonderful falhrio In beautiful
colorings and distinctive r 1
styles, 16 to 20-yard lengths. flAp
16c values. Friday, a yd
nraatlfnl aaer Weight Cattaa
Challlea Bad Faaey Babe r 1
Prtate IT inches wide. Frl- AAC
day, a yard
Beaatlral tOmbreMereS Tlaaae Olag
hasa Many Hpring colors, lie f f
ajid lo values, a 1UC
Coal's Crochet Cotton All num
bers. A. spool, (no phono or O 1
mall orders) O2C
Aft Needlework Specials
Stamped Pillow Cases Neat de
Signs. Scalloped edges or Of
hemmed. Special, a pr...;.a3C
Individual Turklah Towel With
pink or blue borders, neat designs,
worth 23c. Friday, - OCjs
2 for LoZ
MERCERIZED CROCHET COTTON
clally priced, a spool
Stamped Towels On striped huck.
Neat designs. Regular 19c .or
quality; Friday, 2 for ZDC
Fsney Waste Psper Baskets Fin
ished with green or red. Regular
price 3&p; sale prlcev
-White snd ecru. Spe- rv
-..v ....,. 7c
This Great Sale of Shoes
Will Be Continued Friday
Women's, Misses' and children's fine shoes secured at a wonder
ful price concession will be offered again in the Basement for
so little as to seem almost ridiculous. There are hundreds" of
pairs of excellent quality shoes and all at a fraction of manu
facturers' cost. - .
worth to 2.50,
in diff erent
Friday for but
of Thread f
4 spools for. DC
Ocean Pearl But
Tape Frl- .f.
Faat Color Wash
Oil A bot- r
150 Men's Sample Suits
Women's fins pat
ent leather' dress
shoes, cloth tops,
Women's Shoes, Oxfords
and PumpsAll from best
materials, black tidskins,
dull, leather anJ patent
leather, tan calfskin,, white
buckskin and canvas. Ma
jority of them are in small
sizes up to 5; widths are
row. They a n c D c
were maje 10
sell up to 5;
Friday for, . .
Infants' ' shoes,
many kinds and
ials, vry vspe
eta1, a pair
sll the latest colorings, English and
seml-EncUsh models. Sizes 34 to 44.
Blue serges included; also two snd
three-button models. A saving of from $3.00 to 15.00
on each of these suits. Friday, for $8.S0.
350 Men's and Young ,Men's Suits
Pure Worsted and CassimeTe Suits, in two and three-
button models. AH colors and sizes in this
lot A saving of $3.00 on each suit.
265 Palp of Man's Wor. J JQl SSPalrof Good Work Pants tf
sted Trousers A pair... Worsted finish, pair.. 91
GUI's dress shoes,
patent vamps; sll
rises to 2; a pair,
Union Made Overalls, 49c
Men's ' and Boys' Oxfords,
black leather, Lrrlish ei
lasts; small sizes, nar- I
LittW ftW SUe, sizes
iiyi, odds and ends
of varied - kinds; spe
cial, a pair. ; ' row widths; special. T. . .
Children's play shoes, made of soft elkskin leather, A if
with flexible elkskin soles; all sizes; a pair only ylelD
Two Friday Bargains in Hosiery
Boys' Two Pair
Women's Seamless Stooklnge
Black and fancy colors. Double
soles, heeta sad toes
Men's Fine KJmlaee Socks All
colors to choose from. Double
soles, heels and toes. Spe- y 1
clal. a pair 2C
350 Pair of Men's Fine
AII-Wool Worsted snd
Men's Slip-on ftaln
Costa All alzes. Regu
lar 3.60 values. Spe
cial. Friday Jjf AO
ror ..viivu 1 tAiii. si t
WOT 111 J.V
Splendid wearing suits, in two shades: Blue Mixture and
Brown Mixture. New Balkan model, Norfolk
style. Ages 5 to II years. Friday snd Saturday
In ths basement section. for.....i
Boys' Lonj Pants, 27 to 3t
vaist, $l.5o values, n C -ror
Boys' double seat and knee
overalls, all ares, j r