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Till! HKK: OMAHA, I't'ESDAY, APRIL 13, 1915.
Monday, April 12, 1914.
JUST where we will spend the summer Is the topic of (be hour. Old Hoi
seemingly Is going to stay with us and makes all take Interest in our
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keeline plan to leave In a few weeks lor
their ranch at Gillette, Wyo. Later they will be Joined for a while b
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Millard and family, who plan to spend the summer In
Mile. Andre will make a trip to Japan and the Orient, which will In
clude four months of pleasure and sight seeing.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix McShann and daughter, Marie, will leave early In
the summer for the lakes near Chicago and later will go east for several
Mrs. J. A. C. Kennedy and children, accompanied by their nurse, will
leave soon for the coast of Malnes, where they will spend the entire sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Crofoot and family will open their cottage at North
East Harbor, Me.,' as usual.
Mls Frances Nash is considering taking a cottage In the Berkshire
Mrs. Will Coad and children will join Mrs. Kdward O'Brien and tako
a cottage at the seashore.
HOLD OPEN MEETING
Purpose It to Endorse Republican
Commissioner Candidates for
Coming City Election.
WASHINGTON HALL SATURDAY
Mr. B. J. Kent entertained Saturday
Afternoon In 'honor of the fifth birthday
anniversary of her little daughter, Jo
sephine The table was decorated In (Ink
ana white and the' afternoon was spent
!n various games. The guests entertained
Beth Lrtdjr, Kutherlnn Ross,
Kathalene Kent, Mary Kllen I-upcke.
Oeorma Kent. Uorothv Nelnon.
Ferum Benedict, Virginia Walker.
Mary Morgans, Jianotte Kent.
Rotund Wllaon. John C'arr.
Caaeivu Fletcher. Albert Lue ke,
Tempel Israel Musicale.
TKmpla larael Sisterhood gave a literary
n4 mualeat afternoon today at the tem
ple. Mrs. Frederick Cohn read a paper
on "Woman's Influence In Jiidalxm." the
same paper having been read by Mrs.
Ah ram Wmon, wife of Rahbt Pinion, for
merly of Omaha, at the biennial confer
er.ca of American Hebrew Congregations
In Chicago laat January. Mlas Mina
Meyer gave vocal selections and Mlas
Charlotte Abrama piano numbers.
On the Calendar.
The' Coma club will give a dancing
arty this evening at Chambers" academy.
Lecture Series XJpened.
Mr. Anthony Merrill opened her aeries
of lectures tlila morning at the home of
Mrs. diailoa T. Kountse. Arnold non
net t and readings from his works wa
News of the Wayfarers.
Mayor and Mrs. JamenC Pahlman and
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Campbell are spending
the week at Rxcelalor Pprlngs.
Mrs. lister It. trlshaua and her
mother, Mrs. K. 8. CToyer. who have been
In Cos Angeles since February, ara now
at Ban Diego visiting the exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Foster, who have
n spending the winter In Pant Bar
bara, are now In Los Angeles, and will
not return before May 1. Mr. Foster's
health Is greatly improved.
Jleaorah Society Meets.
Prof. Waiter Halaey dean of the College
of Arts and Science of the University of
Omaha, will addresa the Menorah society
Tuesday evening at the Metropolitan club
rooms. The subject of hl address will be
"The 8tudy of Chsracter."
Dance at the Fontenelle.
The t'nlverslty club will give a d icing
I arty this evening In the bsll room of
the Hotel Fontenelle.
Al-So-Cia Club Party.
The AI-Ho-CIa club held Us semi
monthly dance at the New Castle hotel
Friday evening. This was the closing
party of the season and was wed at.
With the Visitors.
Mx. and Mrs. C. M. Tisrteau of Ottawa,
Canada, are visiting Mrs. K. W. Nash.
Mr. ilarheanu Is a nephew ofMrs. Nssh.
Original Monday Bridge Club.
The. Original Monday Bridge club waa
entertained this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Osgood Eastman. The guests pres
A republican meeting Is to be held
to endorse republican candidates for
the coming city election. Saturday
evening is the time and Washington
hall is the place, and the meeting Is
called under the auspices of the Mc
Klnley club, of which A. W. Jefferls
is the president.
The movement la already under way
for ward organisations, and the appoint
ment of delegates to represent all parts
of the city In the Washington hall meet
ing. "Yes," said Mr. Jefferls, "It la going to
be a republican meeting. As 1 sine them
up, the republican candidate are Just
as capable a the democrats who are
running, and we do not have to sink
any nonpartisanahlp to endorse the re
publicans as the best men. The repub
lican wave 1 moving across the country,
and It Is time for it to strike our city
hall, and take the balance of power out
of till hands of the democrats who have
been In contiol there too long. The
meeting will he open snd every one may
come In, and tiny one In harmony with
its purpose may participate In It."
Repabltean K.nt hnnlfum,
"1 tliluU it's time to show a little repub
lican cnthuMiism," declared one of the
county officers "I was elected as a re
publican without any help from any of the
democrats In the city hall, and I don't
see why republicans should be expected
to help keep democrats In control. If the
republlcsns want to get back of repub
lican candldatea, I am ready to Join in."
On the strength of the newspaper talk
of the proposed meeting one ardent repub
lican called Mr. Jefferls up by phone to
offer to contribute to the espenaes thst
might be Incurred.
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Next Monday to Be
City Cleanup Day
Superintendent Ilyder of the city street
maintenance department announces that
next Monday will be clean-up day and
that his warfnns will make the rounds of
the alleys and will collect without charge
heaps of rubbish which msy have been
placed in convenient locations.
He explains that the wagons will not
take ashes, garbage or household refuge.
II Bring the children and come to the Free Exhibition of the
fj wonderful miniature working model of the battleship "Mass
if achusetts" now being exhibited on Second floor, Boston Store
building. You and the children will enjoy the exhibition
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Free Prizes $50 in Gold for the School Children
Fifty dollars in gold will be given to school
children between the ages of to and (f
years who write the best essay not exceed
ing 300 words on this marvelous dread
nought. First prize for best essay is $10 in gold.
Second prize next best essay is $7.50 in gold.
Third prize third beat essay is $5 in gold.
Eleven prizes of $2.50, totaling- $27.50.
These essays will be judged by leading
Educators of Omaha. It is required that
all be written between this 'date and Satur
day, and all must be in our hands Saturday
forenoon. Judges are:
Dr. D. E. Jenkins, University of Omaha.
E. U. Graff, Supt of Public Schools.
Rev. Mr. Quinlan, Creighton University.
Mia Edith Tobitt, Omaha Public Library.
Mrs. Earl Stanfield, Secretary Woman's Club.
Telephone Pong, 1M3, EjfCS
Joseph Haiker. (
W. R. Me Keen.
A. O. Meee n.
( harlis T. Konjitxe.
W. A. Redlck,
Mr. James llayden, accompanied by
hia niece. Mlas Ophelia, expects to leavo
the laht of the week for Hot Rprlngs, Ark.
Mrs. liersog and daughters, Kay and
Carlta, of IJncoln have arrive to be
present at the ninety-third birthday an
niversary of Mra. Hcrsos-'a mother, Mrs
William Rothschild, which will be cele
brated Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Btricklcr, formerly
of Omaha, will leave soon for a trip to
Australia. They will sail from Van
couver, stop a day In Honolulu and make
stops In Japan and China. Mr. Btrlckler
lu now on a lecture tour In the west
ut.der the direction of the Christian Sci
gore Throat mm Chest.
Quickly relieved by Dr. Bells Pine
Tar Honey. It eases J ha throat, soothes
the lungs, loosens phlegm. Only tic. All
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Forty-eight free trips to the California Fairs
as guests of Runaway June
Every Theater showing Runaway June can enter the California Free Trip Contest by making application to the
Representative at the Mutual Film Exchange, 1415 Harney Street, Omaha, Neb.
George Randolph Chester's thrilling motion picture serial now running at
moving picture theaters throughout the country.
SEE THE PICTURES AT THESE MOVIES:
TODAY - E,May'0-
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BtwUarly Try Tuesday
2319 Vinton Street.
Episode No. 7. April 18.
Epsisode 13 Next.
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Episode No. 8, Next.
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Come and see this miniature battleship and gather material for this essay
contest. Exhibition hours will be 11, 1, 3 and 4:30 o clock daily. Lec
tures will be gfren by Mr. Samuel Orkin of Boston, the inventor of the boat "TJ
Tuesday in the Basement A Wonderful Sale
of Women's, 3Iisses' and Juniors9 Apparel
Suits. Coats and Dresses Worth $f!00
As High As $10, Tuesday Choice
From an Eastern Jobber we secured 200 suits, 400
coats and 189 dresses. All of them will be put
on sale Tuesday at this amazingly little price
400 Splendid Coats for Women, Misses and Juniors
Many sample spring coats and staple styles. There
are long and short coats, balmacaan styles, military
styles, silk and satin coats, fine serge coats in fact,
dozens of styles. The materials are of checks, plaids,
novelty cloths, white serge coats, etc. Many are
real sun nnea. ine greatest lot of coats, e ,
just when you want them, at a give-away
price. These coats are worth up to $10, for
189 Silk and Cloth Dresses,
In this lot are many differ
ent styles in new spring silk
dresses, others are good
practical styles, made of
messaline, poplin and differ
ent kinds of novelty cloths. All the new
spring shades are included. These are regu-
r- nn-ar $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 dresses.
"Your choice Tuesday, for the small
price of $3.00.
200 Suits for Women, Misses
and Juniors Dozens of
styles, including various
length coats; all good prac
tical models, 'not this sea
son's suits, but made of fine
all-wool materials suitable for wear on many
occasions. Suits for girls, sizes 13 and 15;
suns for misses, sizes 14 to 18; suits
for women, sizes 34 to 44. These
suits are worth to $10.00. Tuesday
Women' 8 Other Wear at Notable Savings in the Basement
. Dressing Sacques 23c
Dressing Sacques Made of fig
ured crepe and figured lawns. Alt
lses. Regular 39c values, o
75c Kimonos 47c
Long Kimonos Made of figured
crepe, with scalloped edges. All
sites. Worth 75c. Special. j l
In Basement Tuesday
$3 Raincoats $1.69
Women's Slipon Raincoats Black
only with pure gum top. Will not
crack. Warranted to wear t m
$3.00 values pl.D7
Chances to Save on Children's Wear in the Basement
M 300 Coats, ages S to 14 years, in
a eluding satin coats, with large em
broidered collars, fancy mixture
coats and plain cloth coats. Dosens
J of styles end fine materials.
" Worth up to $5.00. i nt
for $1.49 and yl.iJD
Children's Raincoats and Capes,
ages 6 to 14 years Girls' striped
rubberized raincoats, with plaid
lined hoods, worth $1.50; -girls'
cloth top with rubber back rain
coats, worth to $2. Choicenr
Tuesday for DC
Childrena White and Colored Wash
Dresses Many fine white materials
and good colored wash materials.
Hundreds of pretty dresses In many
different styles. Ages 2 to 6 and 6
to 14 years. 69c, 89c and Oft
$1.00 values. Choice, for aJafC
Bargains in Domestics
36-Inch Dress Percale
64x64 standard make;
light and dark grounds,
neat dots and ftg- i
ures. 10c val., yd.. . U2 C
Fine Quality Dress Ging
hams Long desirable
lengths up to 15 yards.
Blue and white and pink
and white checks, stripes
and plaids; medium and
light shade. Worth r
8c. A yard DC
42 and 4 5x3 6-Inch
Bleached Pillow Blips
Made from rood standard
bleached muslin, soft fin
ish. Worth 10c. Spe
cial Tuesday, each. ;
Mill Remnants of Beauti
ful Printed Dress Batiste
and Dimities 10c and
12 He values.
Tuesday, a yard.
Genuine Drees Tissue In
neat stripes and checks
in all the wanted shades,
absolutely fast colors
Sheer and crisp. Lengths
up to 10 yarde. r
A yard DC
36-Inch Unbleached Mus
lin Extra weight, heavy
round thread quality. Ele
gant for sheet and slips ;
easily bleached and laun
dered. Regular 1
price 9c. A yard. . . Uj C
Great Shoe Bargains
(Basement Shoe Department)
White Canvas Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps for
Women Odds and ends, worth $2.00, qq
some worth $2.50. Tuesday, a pair. . .OIC
Women's New Juliet House Slippers Patent
tipor pa'tent stay; rubber heels. All sizes
and widths. An unusual quality. Tues
day, a pair
Infants' Fine Shoes Hand turned and sewed
soles. Regular $i.oo values. Spe- r-Q
cial, a pair OtC
Odds and Ends in Misses' and Children's Pumps
and Oxfords Worth up to $2.00. About 60 Of
pair in the lot Special Tuesday, a pair. ..OiC
Boys' Low Shoes Odds and ends. Patent leather;
mostly narrow widths. Worth up to $1.60. r r
Sale price, a pair 3C
Combination Side Pleated Skirt
With alternate 4-inch box pleats-
ftulms of 8 half-inch side pleats
going from renter to right and left.
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 mea
sure three yards around bottom be
fore pleating. Price 82.50 toi
pleating only. All wool or all silk
goods hold pleat best. Avoid cotton
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One block from Copley Sq. and
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All Outside Rooms. Excellent
Single Rooms 92, with Bath S2.50 and up
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