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THK BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, APRIL 8. 1015.
Hair Fall Out
25 cent bottle of "Danderine"
keeps hair thick, strong,
Girls! Try this! Doubles beauty
of your hair in few
' ' ' moments.
By MELLIF1CIA. Wednesday AprU 7, 1915.
AVE you noticed how sort of unsteady the fashions are becoming?
We do not seem quite prepared to regard the style makers of
our dear United States as being the last word in styledom, and as
a consequence when anything new Is advanced we begin to criti
cise, accept and reject at our own sweet will.
Several times lately we have beard of new ideas as likely to be popular
this spring and summer.
We looked forward, many with eagerness to the revival of the hoop
skirt. A few even went to a recent musical afternoon here, where charac
ters appeared in hoop skirts, thinking to find an easy way of handling them.
But some prominent member, of the fashion world (I wonder who she was,
here's to her anyway) frowned upon the Idea and the rest of that feminine
contingent followed like sheep, with the result, death to the hoop. Not
that I'm advancing a plea for the hoop skirt perish the thought, for I'm
' Then the question of head gear weighed heavily on all. Whether hats
were to be large or small, to et on top of the head or fall down over the
ears was a very perplexing query.
Now we are somewhat "puckered" over the latest ban on foot gear.
Is the "glove-shoe" going, to be taken upT
Shoes are now, you know, made of cloth, canvaa or satin to match the
gown of the wearer, and some with side lacers there's the rub.
FIRST SPRING RAIN FAILS I MRS. REBECCA REMER. 81,
uaaV mm W 1 .a.saaBBBk feaMBatMatA.Baiaa kijk
nUNtt.11 NtbrvAoKAN, Ulti
Light Precipitation ii General Over
Mr. Rrcra Rrrrvr, H years old. wlf
State. Startinr Tneidar and N0' A- M- a farmer who lives two
Continuing Next Day
WlUtia tn tnlnuUa after an applica
tion of Denderlne you can not find .a
aintfs trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not Itch, but what
will pleaae you most will be after a few
wecke un, when you fee ww hair, fin
and downy at firrt "yto-but really nsw
toalr srowlnc all over th scalp.
A little Panderine Immediately doubles
the beauty of your hair. No difference
how dull, faded, brittle and ecracBy, Just
tuoUtm a cloth with Dandertne and
carefully draw It throuch your hair, t ak
in ona email strand at a time. The ef
fect' Is amazing your hair will be light,
fluffy ajid wavy, and have an appear
ance of abundance; an Incomparable
luHter, softness and luxuriance.
Get a 2S cent bottle of Knowlton's
Xenderlne from any drug store or toilet
counter, and prove that your hair la as
pretty and soft as any that It has been
neglected or Injured by careless treat
mentthat's all you surely . can have
beauttful hair and lota of It If you will
. uat try a Utile Danderlce.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin entertained
Tuesday evening for their niece, Made
line Catherine Peterson, when Miss Peter
son's engagement was announced to Mr.
Io A. Haly.
The table decorations mere lavender
end yellow, the colors to be used at the
wedding. The centerpiece was of violets
and yellow tulips and the place- cards
were original verses In which Cupid an
nounced the date of the wedding as Msy
1. Those preaent were:
Messrs. and Meadames '
Mark MarUn, Paul Martin.
Margaret Ortman, Maud McKeniie,
Mary McGrath, Urace lalr.
Ida Daly. Bernadette Martin,
Marie Martin, lla Mclaughlin.
Henrietta WadswortrMarle Brown,
Amitie Club Party.
Mrs. F. E. Slnkey was hostess at the
meeting of the Amitie Card club Tuesday
afternoon. The prises for the games
were awarded tar Meadames O. Kenny, C.
L. Mitchell and F. K. Slnkey. The guests
as mr suss m
Whether for the bride or
bridegroom, you are always
sure to find here just the
thing you have In mind.
Gifts for HKR or for MM
in an almost endless variety
from the least, expensive
to th finest.
"The name Combs gives
an added value to your
present, . because for 1 over
25 years It has been recog
nized as the mark of quality.
Luncheon at Hotel Loyal.
Mrs. L. C. Peter gave a luncheon to
day at the Hotel Loyal In honor of Mrs.
P. V. Arnold. The table was decorated
with yellow jonquils and yellow ahaded
candles. Covers overs placed for:
Meadamea , Meadames
r. V. Arnold. M. 1. Cameron.
Frank Peapetchrr, H. M. McClanahan.
E. R. Porter, Campbell,
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Mies Mildred Butler was hostess at the
regular meeting of the Wednesday Bridge
club this afternoon at her home. The
PONCA CREEK BECOMES RIVER
The first of the apr'ng rains of the
season -fell Tueeday night over practically
all of the state, according to reporta to
the railroads. In many localities they I
continue yesterday with temperatures of
90 degrees and above.
Along the Missouri valley Tuesday
nlght'a rain was the lightest of any sec
tion across to the mountains. Beatrice,
Chester, Puperlor. WUW, Republican.
McCook, Benkleman, Aurora, Reward,
Ericann, Burwell and Pauline reported
one-half to three-quarters of an Inohr
Madrid, Orleans, ft Paul, Holdrege,
Mlnden and Gothenburg, an Inch, and
Psrgent, two Inches.
Through the extreme northern portion
of the state a rain of from one to two
inches was general and continued at I
o'clock In the morning. Tn this locality
some damage a reported on account of
the high water caused by the melting
anow and the heavy rain.
The Jorth western's grade on the Bone-
steel branch has been washed oonsiderablo
at points where the grade extends' up the
Ponca . creek valloy In a distance of
thirty miles the road crosses this creek
fifteen , times. The creek Is out of Its
banks and a number of the bridges are
threatened. Today an emergency train
waa aent out from Norfolk and all sec
tion men along the line have been taken
to the bridges, whore they are working
to save them. Under ordinary condltlona
the Ponca creek la a stream that a man
can Jump across. Now It Is said to be
a roaring river, In many places a quar
ter of a mile wide. The high water Is
the result of rapid melting of snow.
miles south of South Omaha, Is dead at
her home. Mrs. Remer had lived In that
vicinity for sixty years.
Mr. Remer and four children survive
. J There are
her. The children are Mrs.
Mrs. .P. E. McDuke, Mrs.
Grant and Miss Mollis' Re
Remer outlived five children
fWe grandchildren and one gtfat grand
child. . . I
Funeral servlcee will be held Friday
afternoon at 10 o'clock at the home and at
2 o'clock In Union church. Interment
will bo In Bailey cemetery.
ih mmr CoaierBi Cold.
Bell s Pine-Tar-Honey goes right to the
spot. Checks the coigh, easea throat,
kills the old geims. Only 25c All drug
Rent room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
K. K. Klnkey.
C. U Mltchi'll,
W, J. hhaw.
It. C. 8haw.
W. R. Howard,
W, If. Houser,
0 J. Merson.
Donald C. Kull,
Entertains at Kensington.
Mrs. U R. Wallace gave a kenslngton
this afternoon at her home. The rooms
were decorated throughout with yellow
tulips, Jonquils and Mrs. Ward roses.
About fifty guests were entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. Frsnk Myers plan to
leave the latter part of the month for
1 fl AJU.WtlE.K3
i ate eovsiA r omm
" U ''V ,y--..aaiSjre.Ml
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can now -have lust- "as good
Cleaning and Dyeing, at the
same cost, as Omaha people.
Send your work to us by
Farcel Post or Express; we
pay charges one way on all
orders .' regardless 'of the
Write fcraPrice list
' It contains full Information
as to prices, terms, methods,
Ilemember we are the Old
rut, Larfcost and Ptt Cleaners
and Drs la Oiaslia and have
hundreds of wtibfid custom
ers throughout the West.
wine tooay, or- send us a
trial order. We guarantee eat
Tli 2 Pantorium
"(kkkI CleauT ud Dyera.
I31S-I.V17 Ji.'iM-a fctrert,
J. Potter Webster.
Last Subscription Dance.
The seventh and last subscription danc
ing party of the season wilt be given this
evening In the ba.ll room of the Fonte-
nelle. The members are all planning to
dina at the hotel before the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis will have as
Messrs. and Mesdames
L. K Crtffoot, C M. Wllhelm,
E. M. Fairfield, Osgood Eastman.
. C. George,
One of the most attractive dinners be
fore the danoe will be given by Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Eraser. Violets will be used
throughout tne decorations. A large
mound of vloleta will be used for a 'table
centerpiece. Small bouquets of violets
will be the place carda and the ladles
will each receive a beautiful corsage of
vloleta and aweet paas. Mr and Mrs.
Eraser will entertain:
Measrs. and Meadames
. H. Gaines. - Dr. Charles Kull.
M. C. Peter,
Mrs. J. M. Hetcalt.
W. T. Page. . A. L. Reed.
One of the a mailer dinners before the
dance will be given by Mr. at.d Mrs. A.
Q. Beeeon, when their guests will be:
Meaars. and Meadames
M. A. Hall. , .David Baum, ' ;
Pleasures. past :
The offlcera of the Prairie Park
Needle Craft club gave a card party to
the membera this afternoon at ths club
rooms. Meadames C. C. Haynes, Albert
Wedemeyer, C, T. Walker and Charles
Grand en were the hosteasee. The deco
rations were In yellow jonquils and Eas
ter lilies. The prises were won by
Mesdames T. C. Rich and Herold Felt-
Mrs'. T. J. Wllburn, from Atkinson,
Neb., gave a few vocal solos. Ftftaen
tables of players were entertained.
On the Calendar.
The regular meeting of the Prairie
Py k Needle Craft club will be held
Tuesday, April IS, at the club house.
Mrs. D. K. Smith will entertain the
members of the Wlnormtaslt club at her
home Friday, April 16. .'
Mrs. W. J. Broatch entertained at
luncheon today at the Hotel Loyal. The
guests were seated at smalt tables In the
booths of the private dining room. Each
table waa decorated with tulips and Jon
quils- Mrs. Broatch entertained fifty
News of the Wayfarers.'
Mrs. A. L. Reed la In New York City.
Mr. C. 3. Glaason Is registered at the
Hotel McAlpin tn New Tork City.
STCRZ GENUINE BOCK BEER
Our , brew this sesson Is exceptionally
good. 'We have yet to taste Its equal. Try
It down town, Bdnd ai case home for. the
family. Phone Chaa. - Store, Web. 1260.
Rent room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
HUGH MURPHY PUTS HIS
PAVING GANGS TO WORK
Hugh Murphy, paving contractor.
started 'his season's work on Eighteenth
street, between Nicholas and Grace
streets, which will be repaved.
For Sauces and
For smooth, rich sauces and gravies
Etar014 v I UaswsstaaaJ
is far superior to Wtle milk. Its
uniform richness down to ths last drop
always fives satisfactory results.
Cottage MUk b always fresh, pure
and sweet. It it the richest milk
with most of the water taken out,
perfectly sterilised and with nothing
added. Cottage Milk baa snore
than twice t&e food value ef bottle
tnilk and lasts indefinitely. It Is
made la spotless condenseries under
most sanitary conditions.
7A Milk W.thoat
. thm CeeW Towf
In Two Sizes
G and lOc
Ai s3 Geel Dealers
AJCaUCAU Mill CO.
0 ULai Vcur
Hy 1.A RAtOXTEl 8K.
A very smart suit Is thu- of black and
while checked cloth with short semi
circular aklrt showing a tingle wide
Pleat both front and back. Juat a Mt
longer than lap length Is the ooat, slightly
cutaway, and with flup pockets sloping
downward toward the back. A straight
belt of the material la attached to the
aluVa of the coat by tlu.k and white
novelty button, which alo appear on
the frunt of the mat and on the eleevea.
Kiikv the aklrt la very short the tuttund
IkjoI ais fitted very carefully arvund the
Many New Arrivals Showing Now
suit styles cor
preted in ev
ery model. A
style for all
fully . in ac
At thi popular price, 125, Faihionseal Suits offer the ulti
mate of value. They equal suits usually sold at from $30 to
35. They arc copies of higher priced and imported models.
They are correctly and expertly tailored in every detail.
An Outgoing Thursday of Dresses
Worth to $12.50, for only $7.75
This fascinating selection of dresses priced o attractively,
"comprises models of Crepe de-Chine, Crepe Meteor, wool
crepe and serges. They are in plain or trimmed styles and
combination effects in all the new shades lor pfj$
l .. ri tv.flr A11 a!ra seat tcAA-
vailf k 1 1 - K wvt - --
Bsqs For storing
furs, eoaU, etc, ,
The Sprlno Bsr-
oaln Bulletin I
ready. Ask for
Women's $4 and $5 Pumps
and OxfordSfThursday, pair
12,000 Pairs of Pumps and Oxfords, every one in the latest spring pattern,
made by one of the best known factories in the country go into this sale
U U :!'vv:::;M :n:;&v ik. fAffh ,:
Almost every style that woman's heart could wish may be had
at this-little price Thursday, and also in every size and width
' There are patent or dull leathers and combinations; there are straight pumps,
strap, cross strap and LaValliere styles with French or Cuban heels. Soles are
. hand-turned and sewed or welted extension soles all the preferred new models
m This is truly an exceptional lot of footwear,
onered at a ' time when just such styles are in
Greatest demand ; a reduced i price on such
ashionable shoesyhen the season is still
young is very unusual. (Main floor.)
These pumps and oxfords were made by a
firm that advertises from ocean to ocean, and
whose product has a fine reputation for qual
ity. For obvious reasons we are not per
mitted to use this maker's name. ' . .
S pecial Purchase of Manufacturers9 Entire Stock
1,485 Elegant SU
In a Really Wdhderful Sate Beginning Thursday
Tbeee petticoats were bought of the Stewart-Howe-May Co. of New York City, who have retired from buai
nees and sold us their entire stock at a great sacrifice. Every petticoat is of high quality.
. $ 1 75
Dancing petticoats and street petticoats of
Crepe de Chine with large bottoms and lace
insertion; petticoats of plain and' change
able Messalines; Satin Charmeuse, Jac-
Juards, Pompadour silks, tub silks, wool
ersey and silk Jersey. '
Petticoats of everv wanted crk1nrn.iiai9n
Seen, navy blue. Emerald green. Peacock f
ue, amber. Nell Rose. Ciel blue, brown, II
pink, purple, king's, blue, Copenhagen,
wistaria. Lavender, plum, old rose, taupe, f
oucjc, American Deauty, maize, white.
Petticoats are made of serviceable silks, cut on generous lines, finely finished 2
with double stitched seams; petticoats in all or this spring's best models.
Petticoats with deep
knee flounce5, accor-
Petticoats with sec
tional flounces, tucked
Petticoats with cross
bar tucks and Van
flounces of shadow
lace, ribbon trimmed.
Because ' of the great quantity of silk petticoats in this Thursday bargain
event we shall sell them in the Bargain Basement and on the main floor
Crepe de Chine
For your selection at this small
price there are twenty-five doz
en . new blouses very new.
too, as they just have arrived.
All are the most modish styles
some are semi-tailored, oth
ers are trimmed with Venice
lacei and with pin tucks.
Many styles to choose
from Thursday at $1.98
$ j 00
They are of voile and organdie
and are exceedingly smart.
Numerous new arrivals, are
offered in fetching styles.
f ' Second Floor
Untrimmed Shapes, $1.19
A great Thursday sale, offering 200 dozen untrimmed
Hemp, Lizere and Belgium Split
la all of the beat shadea of the new apring season
Gray, New Blue, Rose, Sand, etc. and Black
Included are sailors, smart turbans, pokes
and other styles that the season fancies.
! Thursday choice of the group at $1.19
Boys9 Wash Suits for 75c A
Regular 1. CO, 11.25 and SI. 50 U
ty irii t 41 it it ui new aijricu ouiio iu kiiuiu
assortment of color effects, either short or long
sleeve models, in these very popular styles:
Oliver Twist. Vestee. Middy. Sailor,
Balkan. Russian and Eton Styles
Choice on Thursday for only rSc
Sizes to fit every age from two to eight years. -A
Many mothers will secure a season s supply. r.
Boys New Department, Third Floor
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