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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1915)
TIFF, HEY.: OMAHA. TCESDAY. MAliCl! 2: ViV.
By MELLIFICIA. Monday, March 22, 1915.
HE first days of rprlng are here, and with them all possible styles
to tempt the most fastidious of connoisseur.
Farls decrees that w must wear very short and very full
pkirts this spring and summer five Inches above the ankle, and
'.hat means several more from the floor.
One very daring Paris silhouette shows madauie with a sirt that
comes ten inches a bene the ankle.
Tate, or, rather the talent of the Tarls routurlere, Is kind, for with
these very short dresses and suit skirts there is an empire waist line that
proportions the figure correctly.
Colors In the afternoon frocks show a tenancy to grm-nlsh yellow,
deep blue and old rose tones. Faille seems to be the great favorite in
silks and there arc also lovely changeable taffetas and a new and very soft
cashmere. In the suit materials, covert and gabardine are (he nollceablo
PIONEER, IS DEAD
Vice Preiident of Omaha National
Bank With Which He Was As
sociated Since 1866.
SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS
To Honor Dr. Callfai.
Members of the Itsnsmm Taik Method
ist Eplsi'oi'hl church to the number of
seven! y-one-gnt here at the home of Ir.
and Mr. W. F. Califs Saturday evening,
the ooenrton b"lng a birthtiy surprlw
fartjr tn honur f Mrs. Cstlfns. Mrs.
Callfa. Vest known n Dr. Jennie 'alHas,
has hern the soloist at the church since
1MK and will serve In the same capacity
this coming jrrar. Mr. and Mrs. John
Dale, were the oldest couple present anil
little Dorothy Iinei mas the youngest
truest. The evening was spent In music
and In having a general good time. .Mrs.
C. . Chapman. Mrs. W. II. Poshler and
Mm. rhllllo were In charge of the affair.
The Research club met ftinflav after
noon at M. Berchman's academy. After
the regular meeting th club was enter-
talnert hy Miss Margaret Mcpherson, ito
lrano, accompanied by Mies Helen Saril
leck. Her program Included ths KesJ
one. by E. Lehlayn, and six Arensay
numbers, and for an encore h cava
'The Maiden and the Butterfly."
Dr. Flin; Entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. Halleca. Roue will en
tertain at dinner this evening nt their
home for Dr. Fling, preceding lila lec
ture. This Is the fifth of Dr. Fling's
lecture aeries and the data,. Is advanced
from tomorrow evening, owing to the
Mary Antln lecture at the Urst Metho
Original Monday Bridge Club-
Mrs. O. T. Eastman entertained the
members of the Original Monday Bridge
club this afternoon. Those present weie:
W. R. MrKeen. P. II. Wheeler, jr.;
F. P. Klrkendall. W. A. Redlck.
Artnur rieinlnglon, jsaac ( olea,
A. U Heed, A. U. Uecson. -
At the Orpheum.
Mr. Rome Miller and Mr. and Mrs. K.
H. 1 lowland will give box parties this
evening at the Orpheum. Others making
reservations for tonight's performance
Joseph M. Baldrlfre, H. II. Hpace, -K.
Hints. J. Kline.
It. I. Huntley, A. Hotharhlhl,
srl Furth. Bay Vlerllng,
K B. Wilson.
Entertain at Dinner.
Mr.' and Mrs. Fred T. Teterson enter
tulnnd at a dinner party Sunday In honor
or Mrs Peterson's father. Sir. Ale.x
Thursby, who leaves Tuesday for his
h)m In (St. 1-ouls. Violets sod ferns
formed an attractive centerpiece for the
table and cotsrs wore placed for tha fol
lowing: Mfri. nnd Meadames .
Themes M. O llrtcn, ;eirge Crkntrum.
r . i r-ewreon.
By LA HAC'OSTKUHn.
Confetti silk ef dark green, dotted with
white, Is used for this chaining house
dress. A softly draped skirt, the bottom
finished by rows of plesti-d ruffles, la
encircled by a Wide sjiah of black ailk.
finished by a Jet otnstivnt.
PIONEER OMAMA BANKER WHO
HAS JUST DIED.
They will be gone shout slaty
A Mle Pat ton,
Kotw rt Peterson, :
Minnie Pete' son,
Mrs. Jennie White.
I'.eorse Sut henian,
Kei rin futhei m.-uv
Hews of the Wayfaren. t
Mrs. Albert Hwartxlander ' Is visiting
friends in Washington, D. '.
Mr. and Mrs. Roma Miller will leave
Thursday for their new home at Ijos
Dr. Zuebling to Talk
to Palimpsest Club
Dr. Charles Zueblln ol Boston Is to
be the guest of honor at the next meet
ing of the Palimpsest club, which will be
held In the ball room of the Fonlenells
hotel Monday evening, April .". This will
be ladles' night, as the club designates
one of its meetings oacu year, when the
women are Invited to atlen.tf Dr. Zueh
llng'a subject will be, 'Democracy In
Dr. Zuebling Is a r.raduate of North
western university, who took post
graduate courses at Ynle and llpslg.
From IBM to WH he was engaged In un
versity extension work at the fnlverslty
of Chicago, and since that time has
been a lecturer, and is as Id to be a most
William Wallace, pioneer banker
of Omaha, vice president of tha
Omaha National, died at his rel
dence, 2420 Harney, Sunday night
at the ace of "4 years. Heart
trouble had been his affliction for
some months or through the greater
part of the winter. Within the last
two weeks his condition became se
rious, and at 11 o'clock Sunday
night he passed away.
cre In 111 Mar.
Mr. Wallace served In the union armv
ln tne civil war. He was horn In Summit
county. Ohio, In Mnv 1H4I. As a lad he
removed with !is psients to Canton. O.,
fioui which point he enllntcd In the
Fourth Ohio Infantry In at the out
break of the war lie .ervcd until, the
suinf-cr of Km with credit and iromotcI
to the rank of adlutsnt.
Ixavlng the srmy he whs employed as
a secretary In the office of tr.e governor
of Ohio, where he worked until be came
to Omiiha. For a short time he wss a
bookkeeper for a hardware eonr-ern In
Oiiiahn. but In 1M6 he entered the OmaJ;a
Nstlnnnll hsnk a bookkeeper. He ad-anc-d
to the roritl'm of assistant cashier,
and vhe president successively. In which
latter cspnrlty he served until his desth.
Mr. Wallace Was on active Humane
soch'ty worker, and wss vice pieeldrnt or
the Horary board when the present
llhrsry building was erected.
He Is survived by two daughters.
Janet and Mary, and a mm, James. Mr.
Wallace died some years ag.i.
Mm of Nlk Utrilr.
"Vtwram Wallace ws s man of the
very highest Integrity." snW J. H. Mil
lard, president of the Omaha National
beak. "I don't believe .he ever, know
ingly. Injured a single human being. He
was a man who actually obeyed the In
junction to do good to one's enemies.
lie came to tins hank when It was
organised, forty-eight yrara ago lart I
July, and by his own high qr.allllea I
worked himself up to' be vtee president.
He wss a man of positive convictions, '
but was always quick to acknowledge ,
himself In the wrong when he found he .
was mistaken. (
"He was a man who actually did not
care to make a great dee' of money. He
fished only for enough to he comfort
"I never heard a mart that could talk
more Interestingly than he on the wsr In
which he took such a prominent part.
He wss In .most of the Virginia cam
palgna, and In the battle of Oett) shiiig."
Kaneral Simple. i
Funeral services will be of the simplest '
character. They will bo held Thursdiy
at 10 a. m. at his lute residence, Hsr
re street. Hev. Newton Mann, for sev
eral years pastor of, the Unitarian church
here, now of Chicago, will, come here to
conduct the services.
In accordance with the frequently ex
pressed wish of Mr. Wallace the pa
tXoarers will be hired Instead of bei
taken from among bla personal friends.
The family has requested that no flow
ers be sent. Interment will be In Forest
I .awn cemetery, where the body of his
wife la burled. His son James Is on his
v ay home from California.
Deal in Prospect
Said to Embrace
Board of Trade Lot
Reports are again current of negotia
tions for the asle of the Board cf Trade
corner and Ita Improvement by the pur
chasers Instead of by the present owners.
The particular part of the report Is
based on renewal of proposals already
broached shortly after the fire for the
transfer of the First National bank from
the Sixteenth and Harney corner, hought
a few months ago, depending upon a sat
isfactory disposition of that property.
The relocation of one of the big 10-cent
stores Is said to be Involved. It Is said
also that Sherman & McConnell have
secured a rental option on the space for
their Owl drug store in the Neville block
across the street, soon to be vacated by
J. Ij. Orkin when he moves his cloak and
suit establishment Into the United Ststes
National batik building. '
GROWN MAN NEVER EARNED
A DOLLAR IN HIS LIFE
A man who Is years of sge and yet
has never earned wages. although a
hard worker elnce boyhood, has Just
been discovered by V. S. Mole, who has
charge of the government employment
bureau at the postofflce.
Peter Anderson ef Cbrlstlsn county,
Missouri. Is the man. He now
get a rerular Job and he paid real money,
like other workmen.
"I always worked for my old man, and
be never paid me nothing." Petr ex
plained, when asked how he missed earn
ing money for his years of hard work
"My old man, he Just fed me and slept
me and give me my overalls and shirts.
I can do any kind, of farm work and
will work for Mo a month."
PERMIT ISSUED FOR BIG
GARAGE ON EIGHTEENTH
A btill'linic permit has been issued to
Ines t'sllnhan to build a two-story, fire
proof garage at 107-9-11 South Eighteenth
street, at a cost-' of $25,000.
SUBMIT PLANS FQR
A NEW COMFORT STATION
J. 1. Brandels Pons have submitted
to the city commissioners blue print p'ans
for a proposed public comfort station for
women to be established in the Douglas
In a communication (ieorge Brandels
explains that his company will take care
of this comfort station during business
hcurs. and he asks that the city pro
vide for its csre during other hours.
This matter will he taken up at the
regular council meeting this morning.
Telephone Pong. 1953.
Combination Accordion Pleated
with alternate groups of four
inch box pleats and sixteen
half-inch accordion pleats.
Above skirt should be prepared
from straight width of goods and
should not be cut gored at top. Al
low two inches for the hem and two
Inches for shrinkage on each width
of goods used. Material should
measure three yards around bottom
before pleating. Price '$2.50 or
pleating only. All wool or all silk
goods hold pleat best. Avoid rot
SKM) VOIR GOOIWS.
ORDKRH FIIJ,EI PROMPTLY
WATCH FOR OTHER MODEI-8.
Everything In Pleating, Covered
Buttons, Hemstitching, Plcot Edg
ing. Send for free Price Lists.
The Ideal . Button and Pleating Co.
107-109-t11 So. 16th St, Omaha, Nab.
COUPON NO. 1
This Coupon Is (tod for 10 if applied as payment on this
skirt before April 1, 1915. Cut this out and send with jour order.
Delicious Full Cream Angel Food
Ts fry Vsnllla. strawberry, nheoolate
and molasses. X pound. le.
Aeaorud Old Plantation Kl aa
All flavors. Special for Tuesday. A
Hair Bobbing -
Children's haJr bobbing, correctly
a'nd expertly done In the hair goods
seotlon, second floor. Appointments
may be made by telephone. Hair
dressing and kindred specialties In
the hanas or experts,
Never Before Such a Millinery Sale As
Any One of the Hats Illustrated
MAY NAME RECREATION j
BOARD DURING THE WEEK i
Mayor J. C. Dahlman and City Com- j
mlash.ner J. B. Hummel expert to get
together this week on the matter of mak- :
Ing the selections of three other members
of the new recreation board. These names
must be confirmed by the city council.
The law makes the mayor and superin
tendent of parks members of the board, j
The proposed plan la to rngsge a paid
supervisor for the municipal recrestio-.i
scheme and then enlist various neighbor
hood aaslstanta as conditions and clr- 1
cumstances may require.
A wonder derful sale of the very
popular styles in dress and semi
dress hats for Easter wear
All are the large, elegant Milan hemp sailors,
some of them with cable edges. Like the mod
els, the shades are in the height of fashion:
-8and, army blue, sea gull gray and
solid black and black and white
Each hat Is just as illustrated, in both solid colors
and the most fascinating combinations of the
spring.- Rarely elegant are the trimmings, being
beautiful ostrich bands and novelties, all made of
prime stock selected especially because of the extreme
width of each flue.
Ordinariliy these hats would sell at $7.50 to
10; because we secured a large number at
a very special price they will be sold for only
MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS are urged to take advantage of this sale. Simply
order by number and give second choice. We prepay all carrying charges.
Another New Season Finds Suits All-Predominating
SU - 1 - T m r i'i. a -r- h . w sr -
Continuing Tuesday and Wednesday
our displays of authentic spring
modes in apparel and millinery
to which the interested .public is
invited, with every assurance that
here maybe viewed the latest fash
ions correctly interpreted in all
details. Displays all-embracing,
and rarely comprehensive, reflect
ing not only modes of the moment,
but forecasting styles to come.
..T .' k , .
Fashion's fancy has centered
on suits this spring and never
has there been such a vogue as
Suits of fine serges, gabardines, pop
lins, fancy tweed mixtures and
checked materials, fine silk poplins,
faille silks, moire, chuddah cloths,
taffetas and the smart serge combi
nation effects have such an alluring
air of smartness in their every note.
An unusually versatile and com
prehensive selection in all sizes for
misses and women and variety to
please the most critical taste.
Coats this spring are unusual
ly smart the most fascinating
models now are showing.
for Spring Uses
(Drug Section Mala Floor)
With the ambition to main
tain our reputation as the
leaders of fashion, extraor
dinary efforts have been
made this season with . re
sults most satisfactory.
Wishes of everyone with re
spect to their attire may
be gratified, every detail
of all requirements having
received the most careful
and painstaking attention.
Was i-lb. can.
OTeVa Oil Fleer
Pellahv 0c sue,
3 inches wide. A
p 10c cake,
!c bottle, lc. .
l.tlae Reee Glr
trlM geay 10O
can. for ia
All colors. A
-M vie T a sa
Meres lb. pack
UU Beag $
The whole store, a spring garden .
of newness and loveliness, awaits
your inspection and your approval
A direct shipment ef 'Bocobella
Castlla Soap baa Juat coma In.
Wa will cut In cakaa to ault your
netda. Plica 10c and up.
The Spring Bargain Bulletin
Is off the press and ready for
mailing. Ask for your copy. '
A postal card will bring it to
you, and you will find it
filled with saving opportn-nities.
Due largely to the f ascination
of the modes suits have the
"call" and the demand is wt
precedented. S Style notes
Suits in Re always popular plain
tailored modes that seem always to
have great vogue; belted and pleated
coat models, with the very modish
full flared or plaited skirt effects and
those other Btyle motifs that have
won a firm place in fashion's favor.
Prices are unusually moderate in
all instances ranging from S19,
$25, $35, $39.50. $45, $49 gradually
up to $95.
Correct frocks for every occasion
street, afternoon or evening in
Beautiful Blouses of Filmy Geor
gette Crepe from $5.98 up to $25
When used for blouses this elegant material
achieves results most unusual. Rare beauty
is accomplished, style is emphasized and the
height of practicalness is attained by it.
Georgette Crepe launders beautifully,
V making it the ideal material for the ,v
spring and summer blouses.
Blouses of Georgette Crepe in white,
maize, flesh and sand in styles most
dainty and exquisite, $5.98 to $25.
Crepe de Chine blouses, new too, $3.98 to $5.98
Radium Silk blouses, newly arrived, $5--$6.50
New handkerchief linen blouses, special, $2.95
To keep always in step with fashion is a
simple task with our facilities, thia fact
being especially emphasized in the Blouse
Shop. Fresh, new and elegant models come
in almost daily.
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