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..Ts BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 191.".
Friday, April 16, 1915.
SEVERAL of Omaha's younger generation are making rapid proeres
In the muslcsl world; no much so that we will no doubt soon art J
new laurels to our now scintillating atmosphere.
One unusually talented youngster In Master Bernard Ilanlghen.
This little tot has reached the pedal stage of supremacy la his work,
but not years. Ills feet come within miles of the ordinary pedal, but to
facilitate his progress his parents have had a pedal built especially for hi
practice. He now pdals like a veteran.
Little Miss Elisabeth Paffenrath, although but 6 years old, is a regu
lar prodigy. This little mite baa just been studying the piano since Octo
ber and she has already appeared on several recital programs.
Little Miss Gene Palmer, daughter of Mrs. George palmer, Is not ye:
In her 'teens and Is dolna work In the advanced music classes. !
Miss Virginia Crofoot, though some older in her art than the others,
bide fair to follow in the footsteps of her mother, Mrs. L. P. Crofoot, and
her aunt. Miss Frances Nash.
poetess of America's dele
gation to the International
Peace congre&s, called by
the women of Holland.
Young Hopeful Causes Much
Grief to His Fond Parents
The wedding of Mlas IMen nirdnn.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Rlsdnn.
and Mr. Marlon D. Orr waa clrbratod
Vednosdar at St. Francis' church in
Council Bluffs. Rev. Father atcManue.
pastor of St. Francis church, oftl'lated.
Vies Kdna Kogwrs and Mr. Walter Krone
wr the attendants. The weddlns wu
followed by a breakfast at the home '.f
the hrlde. The table was decorated with
raeetpeaa and the guenta were Mr LIIHe
Orr. mother of the arootn; Mrs. Blanche
Emery, Meenrs. and Meadamee H. M.
Rlrlon. Joaeph Ine, Martin Jenaen,
Fkrl Jeffera. Mlaaes Haael Orr, Alary
Waldrori, Olartya RUrrtnn. Meeara. Albert
lrvln. Cheater Lane, William Kmery and
Dancing Parties Tonight
Tha Qui Vive rlub will lve their resu
lar seml-monthlr dandns party, this
evrnlns; at Cliamlwia' academy. The
Meera. end Meedamee.
W. K Adair,
Changes ot Residence.
Mr. and Mra. If. I, Martin have taken
the houae at WIS ITuderwood avenue, and
will move In neat week. ,
Mr. and Mra. Oliver Mdridse, i
Davenport atroet, will tee the Jaeaer
home at WW t'nderwood avenue. May 1.
Mr. and Mrs. It. A Van Aradrl or
Omaha are building a home on Kurt atreet
near Flfly-flret. They expect to move In
soon after May J .
J. W. HMUn.
.A. O. ' ir-en,
H. H. Wellrr,
J. H. Huaete.
C. R. Ritrtevsnt,
R M. Harrta.
U. K. Thompson, .
R. N Honca,
Tom B Kelly.
K A. retail.
W. K. Pal ma tier.
W. M. Taylor.
Ralph ! Hroen,
K. V. Itmoreaux,
F. J. Jumper.
F. T. Till'''.
IV. P. Mlkeaell,
M. M. I.yona.
W. F. Funkhnueer,
V. II. Hamilton.
A. A. I'lel,
W. H. Yohe. '
J. f. Oreeley.
J. Fred Kerr.
F. R. Jnre.
W. (. Nicholson,
W. a. Fuller,
I. .?. O'Hrten,
B. H. Ward,
I.. W. Rlraainf,
H. ! Danforth.
H. H. Mrltonald,
H. O. Fowler,
I. A. Baxter.
0. 8. Ooodrlch,
I. . C. Kohn.
1. ee Huff,
J. e. Kennard,
W. M. Oilier.
K. II. Wllaon,
fliarlea K, Thompson
W. rl. Htryker.
I.e I.. Hamlin.
nr. and Mra. K. . Henry.
Hr. and Mra. E. H. Bnietilnn.
f)r. . N. Hoyt, W. Moore.
M. W. Morrow. J. B. Morrlaon.
The Columbua club will entertain
evening at the Metropolitan club.
Announcement of the ensasametit of
Mlaa Mery E. Hallock of Bast Uver
pool. O.. to Dr. A. B. Marshall of Omaha,
was made st the home of the bride en
Tueaday. The marriage will occur on Bat-
urCay. June 18, at the home of a brother
of the bride, ev. O. B T. Tlallock. D.
D.. of 10 Llvlnipiton park. In Kocheater,
N. Y. The ceremony will ba a Quiet af
fair. The gueata will be limited to mem
bers of the family and a few close friend
Wedding Anniversary Dinner.! J
Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Croaaman en
tertained at dinner Thuraday evening at
their home In honor of their flrat wsd
dlnif anniversary.'- The table was .'decor
r.ted with white and pink ehaded candles
and o while baaKet if P'"k roaea. Cov
ers were lull for:
Mciara ard Metdsinr
A. '. i"rr.nn, Raymund Croaainan
T. N Cl nr .
.Ml laahHtr Ohti uharaof Mead. B. U.;
ir. II. ,Ur.'-i of .ieii. t. U.
Wit( the Traveler:.
Mr. K. O. Ilalatead plana to leave for
the east the flrat of the eek. iHie will
Malt In New Tork City. In Newark and
In Bayonne, N. J. -
Mr. and Mra. O. U Payne have returned
from California. .
Mra. K. B.Koller aspects to leave about
.May S te Join Mr. Keller tn Denver.
Tha office employe of Collier's Weekly
gave a surprUa party in honor of their
manager, Mr. P. D. Browning, and Mrs.
Browning, Tueaday evening. The honor
guests were presented with an electro
lier. Tha guejt prraent were:
Mesnra. and Meadamee
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mlaa Iucy and Ml Orace Harte spent
the week end In Hprlngflcld.
Mr. J. M. Oilchrtfit will return from Ex
relaior Pprlnga today or tomorrow.
Mr. C. Fredrlrkaon and duughter left
Monday for a vldlt with Mra. I. H. Arey.
Mr. J. T. tlolilmnlth of Chllllcothe, Mo.,
pent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. It. U.
Mr. and Mra. A. C. Hartman returned
Tueaday from a week-end vlalt In St.
Mr. Andms and Mr. Ooldateln.of Chi
cago were gueats of Mr. and Mrs. IS. I
Mrs. A. E. Archer and children, Mayorie
and Bdmond, left Wednesday to spend a
week with relatives In Ord and Central
For the Future.
The next meeting of the Harmony club
will be hold at the home of flenator and
Mrs. -Norrls Rrown. 4814 Davenport street,
(Saturday evening, April 24.
The Cacti rlub will give their annual
spring ball .at Chamber' Dancing acad
emy Monday evening, April 19. The
committee In charge Includes Moears.
Jack Huchart. Adrian t.und and Clint
Mra. Anthony Merrill gave . the third
of her series of lectures this morning at
the home of Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson. The
author discussed was George . Bernard
Dr. Samuel Dedda of Butler, Pa,, apent
the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dodda
Mrs. II. C. Freeman left Sunday to
spend the summer with her daughter In
Mrs. A. B. Lathrop has returned from
Minneapolis and taken her former home
at 4811 Davenport stnret.
Mr. and Mra. Glenn Bennett returned
Monday from a two weeks' visit In Kan
sas City and Rxcelstor Springs.
Mrs. T. P. Clarke returned last week
from Illinois, where she was called by
the illness of her mother, who la now
Mlas Florence Rahm returned to s.'hool
at Montlcello Tueaday after spending the
r.aater holidays with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Ream.
Mlaa Oladys Chandler la with the Aborn
Grand Opera company and sings today In
ton. Later this company will pre
sent light opera In Baltimore.
Mr. Iaae Carpenter, Jr.. haa returned
from Dartmouth college for the icrln.
vacation. Mr. Carpenter will complete
his tlfth year course at Dartmouth thla
Mlas Gladys Morton, who has been on
duty la tha American hospital at Neullly
slnoa the war started, arrival last Thurs
day to vlalt hsr mother, Mra H. K. Mor.
ton. Mlaa Morton landed in New Tork
on tha Dacla March V.
As?- '' J
VW-t fir frjah y,J
The juvenile mind la characteristically
blind to social dlatlnctlcn.
It does not perceive the great gulf
fined between the poeeeeeor of Masuma
snd the Nonpoaseaaora of Masuma. And
young Van Renerllaer ripp, heir to the
Plpp millions, flnrta company and Joyous
rompsnlnnahlp In Tommy Jenka. eon of
Jenks, the hod carrier.
Behold now the exploit which thla very
characteristic bad dictated right here In
Omaha. The small heir apparent to a
sickening amount of Omaha masuma la
the hero, although his proud father and
hla doting mother would call him the
' Iet us call the family Plpp. Just for
convenience In narration.
The Plpp motor car la vsat in else and
glistening in appearance. Mamma Plpp
feels that It properly represents the dig
nity of the family and Incidentally pre
vents too Cloee Inquiry into the occupa
tions of two grandfathers who were, Mrs.
Pipp Is secretly, silently, aorrowful to
remember, honest worklngmen.
The Plpps glide about the city In their
wheeled palaoa In aa regal splendor as
King Oeorgs In his gilded coach riding
Toung Plpp, starched and Little-Lord-Faiintleroy-eJ
In clothes that he hates,
accompanied his loving parents. He 1
to them as the apple of their eyes, aye.
even more than their wealth and ' their
The other afternoon the Pippa. gliding
down Farnam street, were Vurprlaed at
the number of persona (peraona1 la the
word haughty acrent on the first tyllahle)
who waves' their handM at them aa the
wheeled palace gilded on Its way. Mrs.
Plpp wss at first astonished, then tn-
tdlgnnnl. ."he wondered vnguely whether
the i.ijblic had leerned about thoee arand
Mr. Plpp wu surprised, too.
Maatcr Pl;p waa not surprised.
Ida mother lae not lived with him
nine yeara without becoming acquainted
with hla characteristic.
And i.i, ss folks continued to wave at
the automobile. Mamma Tlpp turned her
ariRtocratic head upon her regal neck
and raa her haughty eyea upon her son,
the apple ot her eye.
Son's gool looking, good nstured. rosy
fsce wss sj'fused with grins snd hla big
blue eyea were fvll of Joyous Juvenile
One chubl v hand was at ths sill of the
open limoualno window.
"What have you In your hand, dear?"
demanded Mamma Plpp In a Mrs. Potter
"Aw, nothln", mother," grinned Master
Mrs. Plpp decided Inatantly that, umler
the circumstances the Queen of Kngland
would slese the hand of the young Prince
ot Wslee. She Instantly did the same to
young Plpp. The hand came In and with
It a large placard. Mamma Plpp's eyes
gnsed upon the placard and this Is what
sho saw rudely lettered upon It:
Almost Mamma Plpp wept.
Almoat Father Plpp laughed when sho
showed the awful thing to him. Mamma
Plpp thought he detected a wink going
from her husband to her eon. tut she
decided eh must he mistaken.
Master Pipp loves hla mother. And so
ho haa solemnly promised her that he
will act In the future aa a youiur orna
ment of society should act.
F. I. Browning,
M. l oufal.
I). i. lioban.
C. A. Barras.
Orchard & Wllhelm Co.
This Quarter-Sawed Golden Oak Dresser,
Large Size, $20.00
It Is selected quarter-sawed oak throughout with a big bevel plate mimi
24x30, best rubbed and polished golden oak finish, two large drawers and
three small ones.
Onr I Vice for Thl Hue Dresser 820.00
SPECIAL PRICES ON GOLDEN OAK DRESSING TABLES
Lrncheon and Cards.
The Friday Auction Bridge flub was
inlertatned today at luncheon, at the
home nt Mr. A. A. Foatcr. A large
,boi cf tulips wss used ss a table center
piece and covers were pieced for:
.1. V. Piilver.
A A. Foster,
Mlra Marie llodae entertained one of
the aftemoen bridge clubs Monday of laat
week. Three teblee of play era were
Mr. and Mr D. C. Dodda of Ralaton
entei tallied at dinner Sunday for Dr. Sam
uel IRtdiia of Butler. Pa., and Mr. anj
Mra. 1. r. Dodda. I
Mi. and Mra. J. F Dodda gave a
dinner Wedneadav in honor of Dr. ham
uel Ilixld of Butler. Ps. Covers were
laid fur eighteen guest.
Mra. M F. Kunkhouerr and Mra Nellie
lltvena ave the laat or a series of
bridge parties st the home of Mrs. Funk
houaer Tuosday afternoon. Three tables
of players were present.
Mrs. Anthony Merrill waa guest ot
honor at ths Omaha Wosaa'i Press club
luncheon Thursday at the Commercial
club. The table was decorated with ferns
BDd covers were placed for fifteen.
Enttrtsins Bridge Clnb.
The Friday Bridge Dinner club will be
entertained this evening by Mr. and Mrs
V. E. Cdgeoome st thhelr home la Dun
(Jre. Spring flowers will be uaed ss the
liMt decorations. The saembers Include:
Meaera and Meadamee
1. II. li-aloi.. Uere Gillespie,
FrttlMit k C. mil. C. O. Shepard,
Mr. J. H. Arey gave a luncheon
Thuredey is honor ef Mlaa Gladya Mor
ion. bi baa Just returned from Neullly.
Lobby cf Bet Bmlding
Ideal gifts for wedding
presents, or card party
Orders taken for all
kinds of needlework and
Mrs. C. S. Marshall
Shop Phone, Doug. 3879
Res. Phone, Walnut 839
will ttrvm a iptcial
DINNER ON SUNDAY
rlXssJF.tf. sfdiaff. M.
AT $1.00 PER PLATE
reUat May f Jtsarrees
Teleykeae Oeug. 1SSX
Dressing tables regularly $20, for
Dressing tables regularly $37, for
.$13.50 and $15.00
( Sale of
Saves . Miles of Steps.
Everyone of the hundreds of Oinalnt
women that bought Hoosiers at this
store aro more than pleased.
800,000 , now In' .tin.
Come In and se them.
Wo Are Sole Omaha Agents.
THE NEW HOOSIKK
Shades worth up to $1 a variety
of sizes averaging 36 inches wide)
and feet and 7 feet long, several
hundred In all, choice of many
colors, dyed shades and opaque
shades with slightly Imperfect
shade cloth, all are shades re
maining from on big purchase
from the Yetter-Moore Wall Pa
Iet us estimate on your Window
Shades. We make no charge for
Drapery Section, Main Floor.
Saturday Sale of
Blue and White
Buy the Best;
Perfect circulation. You can put
llmbursrer cheese) In th same
compartment with your butter
and the butter won't taste.
Up from $11
t aiscK asusBst
A limited quantity of beautiful blue and white ware at astonishingly
low prices, occasioned by a special purchase from the manufacturer.
Teakettles . . . 69c Water pails . . . 69c Dish pans . . . 69c
Preserving kettles, four sizes 29c, 34c, 39c, 49c
Coffee pots ....39c Mixing bowls ...,8c, 10c and 15c
In the Kasemont.
All-White Mixing Bowls
Sale of Fancy Baskets, Saturday
Baskets priced $1.00 to S1.0. 75c
Baskets priced 11.00 to'ji.oV, " " j sg
Baek'eU 'priced '$2.00 to 2.2 5,
Basket priced '$i.5o' to $ J.Vo.
A variety of small sooad baskets aaa basket traya
at 6o aaa 10c
A number of willow ault run, hah jr. hampera ami
other baakets alifhtly aullrd at a fraction of their value.
Xa tae Baaemeat.
ORCHARD (El WILHELM CO.. 414.16-18 S. 16th Street
40 Dos. Tub and t rfSeT6 H
95c CLOAKS. SUITS O MILLINERY
2( Dos. Tub and
pe de fhln
Waists, worth to
NOI THKAST COKNEIt 16TH AM) DOl'ULAS 8TS.
Vomen's and Misses' Suits at $15.00
QRIGINALLY made to sell at much higher price.
J By purchasing several hundred new sample
models 1 am able to offer you high ' H v
grade suits that are worth $20.00 to J
S27.50f at . .
They como in all colors, materials and sizes.
Every Dress In this let
is an original model
tnd only one of a kind,
and can't be duplicat
ed at any price. It you
ran find what you like
and your also you will
be lucky to secure thio
dress at tta.ou. .
Silk and 'Silk Poplin
Dreases at .VtA. 9T.V.1
35.00 " 82.03
I hare selected several
hundred Skirts out of
my new stock and
priced them special
for Saturday, In two
lota Skirts worth
$3.15 to 14 B. at
Skirts worth $(. to
Kvery new style in
cluded in these lots.
Stunning New Spring
Just received and
placed on sale for Sat
87.05 and $8.05.
NEW SILK tXATS
In Black. Navy and
Belgian Blue, at
FKOM FOUK TO SIX
From Tuesdays and Thursday!
Mondays and Thursdays
BUILT FOR YOU TO ENJOY
Always the Newest
and Latest Styles
Will be Found in
W VS. A
One of our most
striking and stylish
Pumps for this season. Cf) r ZR
Either long or short Tmps.Vs'V rv
A sensible, bat stylish
Pump lor everyday
wear. All aires and
$3.50 to $6
WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
317 SOUTH 16th STREET
Phoenix fruarMteed Hosiery for Men and Women. All colors.
We Do Expert Shoe Repairing While You Wait.
Brassier $8 A Dress Essentia I
Good fitting bras
sieres are just as es
sential as the corset.
The articles are worn
together and the bras
sieres complete the cor
set. We recommend
They are perfect fitting,
made of dainty and durable
materials, well tailored no
matter what price you pay
you receive exceptional
values and garments you
like to wear.
We have a complete selec
tion of sizes in either front
or back closing; lace and
embroidery trimmed. Our
fitters understand perfectly
the fitting of brassieres and
this service is free.
The brassiere illustrated is of batiste, lace
trimmed and hooks in front. Or
Sizes 32 to 44; each. L,
Other Models, 50c to $3.00
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"I want Lee's Shampoo"
Don't hesitate ia desnaadlnc the use of Lee's
Shampoo by your barber or hair dresser. It costs
the barber more thaa sosae other kinds, bet, in gal
lon bottles, the cost la less than one cent per sham
poo and it takes leaa time aad labor in doing the
There Is only one place where it hurts the
barber and that is la elimiaatias; the need oi hair
tonics, hair restorers, dandruii cures, etc., but that
is always lor the custosner to decide.
Lee't Shsmpoo cleans quick, washes out quick
aad dries quick, h lea res no soap la the heir b bre
and scalp pores to set op scalp irritation and hair
troubles. It is a very do re aad neutral vegetable.
Oil. alcohol. s-Wcefiae. aeml-liaatd mas. ammU
sreen la color, heeeuiully traaspareat and pieassntty psutaaed.
Don't sk merely for rreen soap. Any soap can be Colored green
but there is only one Lee's Liquid Shampoo.
OSkmmtpoo Botttm 2M es. At your drvggitfa or postpaid.
SPECIAL TO 6ARCEZS AND HAIR DRESSERS
To any bona tide osraer of an operatiag barber shop or hair dress
inf pailor. we will luraish free a quart bottle of Lee's Shampoo. The
only condition la tfist vow follow our directions la applying the
Shsmpoo aad buy snore from us if your customers are pleased. This
applies ia or out of Usnaha.
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