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THE KKK: OMAHA. Ti;i;si)AV, AI'ML 20. 1 !M T.
WANTS $50,000 FOR
A FORCIBLE KISS
If n. Edith Hiclu it Sains A- A-
. Clark of Council Blnffs Brfore
G HAITI) JTJH1 TAKES A HARD
Mrs. EdHh HIcHe, 21 ysrs of sga,
in suing Albert A. Clark, 60, wealthy
resident of Counrtl Bluffs, for $50
000 damages In District Judge Les
lie's court, alleging that Mr. Clatk
forcibly took a kiss on April 21,
113. Mrs. Hlrka la of prepossessing
appearapce and appeared In court
The kiss, an alleged attempt to em
brace Mrs. Hicks and altered mental
suffering caused to her by his con
duct, are elements In her claim for
..mK. Clark's defense is a denial of
all Mrs. Hicks' charge and a counter
charge of conspiracy to compel him
to pay a' large sum of money.
' Mr Hick Is now living at the Harney
hotel with ttt husband, L.vla Hicks. In
April,' 19IJ. she was employed at Mr.
ClarVa' home aa overseer of servants
during the Illness of Mra. Clark.. lllcka
waa employed by Mr. Clark aa a rhsuf
A Jury waa selected at tha morn'.ng aes
alon or court John O. Teller and Matt
tiering, representing Mra. lllcka, que
tloned jurors regarding, their opinion of
damage aulta brought hy women against
men. -while W. J. Connell and A. 8.
Ritchie, representing Mr. Clnrv. Inquired
whether the fact that tha plaintiff la a
handsome young woman would Influence
any verdict they might reach. The following-
jurors answered these questions to
tha satisfaction of the attorneya: .
W. T. Rprlngmejrer, clerk. Kenson.
C. S. Anderson, Inaurance caalilor, 114
O. W. Springer, cigar salesman, 8301
Maple. ' .
Jacob Katelman, real . eatate dealer,
J. C. Carter, bookkeeper, 41 South
William H. Uulld, railway chief clerk,
Wllllnm (Jlhba, farmer. Benson.
Herbert Wing, plumber, 71 North
W. H. McXermott, laborer. 113 North
Herbert I. Brown, checker, 319S, Iari
VV. o. Templeton, Insurance agent, 4804
O. I Wetmer, hardware dealer, ' 830
North Thlrty-ftfUi avenu.
Salt far Slaader.
Preparations for trtnl and the securing
of evidence for the case now on trial
during lfil4 were conducted so vlrorouaty
by opposing attorneya that- a second
suit for llOft.ono damegee brought by Mra.
lUika for, alleged slander waa tha result.
As an outgrowth of . tha second ault an
Indictment waa ret.irnod by tha . last
A contest waa also waged by opposing
attorneys aa the result of an attachment
by tha plaintiff of an extensive new auto
mot lie secured while . Mr. Clark.' waa
trailing visit to Omaha.
The si'lt now . on trial waa originally
brought In Council Bluffs, but was trans
fcrred to Omaha on account of failure to
secure service on tha defendant on tha
low a aide of tha river.
Wedding to End International Romance
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Moiuiay, April 19, 1915.
E DON'T want any llttl boyg at oar party. This Is a little.
glrl'a party," said Miss Helen Lawrence, Young Women's
Christian association secretary, of the children's party which
win d neid tnis evening at the association building. One
hundred young women rejuvenated to little glrlg and clad in their best
bib and tucker, or apron and Mary Jane hair ribbon, are expected to at
tend the party.
Ice cream cones and animal crackers, peppermint and the familiar
barber-pole stick candy and other goodies dear to the Juvenile heart are
promised for the "eats." Only children'! games will be played.
The affair is one of the monthly series given under the auspices of the
social committee. Miss Cora Evans is assisting In the work.
Sapper Dance Parties.
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. S'Jfnmers will give
a box party this evening at the Brandeis.
Iater they will entertain their guests at
the auppcr dance at the Fontenclle. Those
present will be: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Moshlr Colpetier.
Mr. and Mrs. feor,p 1'rlna.
Mr. and Mra. Charlea T. Kountse will
have guesta at the supper dance this
evening. Her guesta will be entertained
preceding the dance at the Brandeis
Mr. and Mra. E. A. Higglns and Dr.
and Mrs. B. A. McDermott will attend
the Orpheum this evening and later have
a table at the supper danca at the Fon
tenelle. Mr. C. W. HuU will give a theater
party this evening at the Brandeis fol
lowed by eupf4-r at the Fontenelle. Hia
guejits will lie Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burns
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stewart 2d.
Mr. Iloger I. Druvllte of New York
City, war guest of honor at a dinner
given at the Fontenelle hotel Saturday
evening. Covers were placed for:
Muriel K. Eldrldge, Ruth Neff,
Rip;cr P. Uruvllle.
J. W. Eldrldge.
P. C. Holmes,
Woman'i Clnb Section Meets.
Tho philosophy and ethics department
of the Omaha Woman's club waa enter
tained for Its last meeting of the year at
the home of the leader. Mra. S. A. Col
lins, Ratnrdsy afternoon. Mra. Collins
waa re-elected leader, Mrs. R. H. Manley.
assistant leader, and Mrs. K. Oehrle,
secretary-treasurer. Misa Claudlo Call
away will continue at Instructor. Carna
tion pinka were used In the decorations
and the luncheon waa carried out In a
color scheme of pink and yellow. Those
T. R. W ard.
R. H. Manley,
N. H. Nelaon,
B- A. Collins.
Daffy Dill Luncheon.
The Daffy Dill IUncheon club met at
the home of Mra. M. 8. Loree Thursday
afternoon. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Hasty two
weeks) frtom Thursday.
Rummy Club Party.
Mra. E. H. Oaks entertained the mem
bers of tho Ri'tnmy club Thursday. The
rooms were decorated throughout with
spring flowers and the prises for high
scares were awarded to Mesdames H. E.
AGAIN HEADS ETHICS DEPART
. ME1TT OF WOMAN'S CLUB.
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Newton, E. H. -Oaks and M.' M. Kline.
The club will meet again In two weeks at
the home of Mrs. Thomas Heelan. The
P. Mi. hrens,
J. W. Hood.
It. K Newton,
W. F. Loree.
Frank C. Hogan.
Frank O. Browne.
B. H. Oaks.
W. A. Hmlth.
r. F.. IxvoJoy,
M. M. Kline,
The wedding of Miss Harriet Holecek
of Creto, Neb., and Mr. John A. Walker
of Omaha took place -. In the Uncoln
cathedral at : o'clock Wednesday
nrnrnlng, , Father O'Connor of flc4aUng.
The attendants were Miss Delia Holecek,
sister of the bride, and George Kuber,.
Following the oremony a wedding break
fast waa served 8J. the home of tha
brldc'a klster, Mrs. F. J. Marshall, 1446
Garden street. Mr. and Mrs. WsJker went
to Ivnver for s short trip. They will he
at home after May 1 In Omaha.
On the Calendar.
Mra. David Baum will entertain at
luncheon Thursday In honor of Mrs. Ben
Boyce of Chicago.
The Coronado club will give a dancing
party thla evening at Chsmbera' academy.
Mrs. Anthony Merrill lectured this
morning at the home of Mrs. J. T. Stew
art. Her subject wss "Teats and the
The Clnosam club will give a dancing
party this evening st the Scottish 1X110
Mra. A. U Patrick wUI entertain the
Thimble club tomorrow afternoon.
Fortnightly Bridge Club.
Mrs. B. A. McDennolt entertained the
members of the Fortnightly Bridge club
this afternoon at her home. The guests
With the Bridee Players.
One of the Monday afternoon bridge
clubs wss entertained today at the home
of Miss Clara Thomas. Three tables of
players were present.
The Tuesday Bridge club met today
with Miss Elisabeth Omgdon. Three
tables of player were entertained.
Mrs. A. L. Reed waa hostess this after
noon at the regular meeting of the
Original Monday Bridge club. Eight
guests were present.
In and Out of the Bee Hi?e.
Mrs. F. H. Cole apent few days In
Lincoln last week.
Mias Nan Murphy left Saturday even
ing for Excelsior Pprlnga, where she wilt
Join her father, Mr. M. R. Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kierstead left
last night for a two weeks' stay st Ex
Dr. and Mrs. H. Arnold are sojourn
ing at Excelsior Springs.
Mrs. D. J; O'Donahoe, formerly of
Omaha, but now living In New Tork
Olty, la visiting frlenda here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Ransom, accom
panied by their niece, Mia Anna Covell,
left the Utter part 'it last week for a
month In California.
The Bee Want Ads Are Beat Business
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An International romance, with a beau
tiful and accomplished Omaha girl aa the
center of Interest, will be consummated
next month In Norway. Miss Minna E.
Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moiita
Meyer, and Felix 8?hradter. of Berlin.
Germany, who have been separated for
almost year by th fortunes of war,
will be wedded In Norway, where Mr.
Brhradter Is teaching school. Ml Meyer
plans to Icavs In about three weeks to
The young people met In lirrlln, where
Miss Meyer spent several year stud) Ing
mulc. The engagement was announced
a year irfco In February, and Miss Meyer
returned to this country several month
later. Mr. Hchradter was to . follow
shortly, and the wedding waa to be cele
brated In Omaha, but these plans mis
carried because of the outbreak of th
war. . r
For many weary . weeks. Miss Meyer
heard not a word from her betrothed,
but when word cam that ha waa safe
tn Norway, Miss Meyer decided to Join
It Is said that by long residence In two
other European countries, Mr. Hrhradter
may b forced to sen- In thos srmlo
ss well 'as the German army, If he Is
taken. For thla reason, he Is unsbk to
COLLEGE PRESS IS MEETING
Difficulties Which Confront the
Papers Published in Omaha
Are Shown. '
TO ELECT OFFICERS TONIGHT
That the cotfege papers published In
Omaha labor under an unusua! handi
cap In getting advertising was brought
out st the opening ti e second annual
convention of th Nebraska College Prese
association In th Ixyal hctel. Thla handi
cap consists of a rule of the Associated
Retailers providing that no advertising
shall b given to college papers.
Th provocation for this rule was
also mentioned. A solicitor for oqllega
paper ada called at one of th big stores
for aa ad for his puper. Being unsuc
cessful, it Is said, he threatened to hav
the atudents of his Institution boycott
R. O. Paisley of the VnlversHy of
Omaha publication. "OaUway," presided
at the meeting and Cecil F. Lvrty of
University Place, editor of "The Wea
leyan," waa secretary.
Editor Woods of the Orrlng Courier and
Arthur V. Khater of 1'roken Bow, ad
dressed th morning sr-aston.--
Edgar 1 lower? of the Columbus Tele
gram, on "Gathering Nwa." and Ross
Hammond or the Fremont Trlbunte, on
"The Mechanical Construction of a
Newspaper." were on th program for
Editors snd business managers of
twenty -I wo rollrg papers are members
of . th association. The rcprenentatlvs
of the local school papers hav also been
Invited; to attend the sessions.
JUDGE LEWIS IS HEARING
PERSONAL INJURY CASE
With the new Jury panel the Omaha
division of the federal court opened this
morning. Judge Robert E. Lewis of Den
ver presiding, owing to the Illness of
Judgs William H. Munger. A Jury waa
Impaneled quickly and the case of Erhard
Corneer against the Missouri Psclflo Rail
road company for $16,000 damagea on ac
count of personal Injuries sustained at a
crossing on Thirty-eighth street, Omaha,
Is 'Ming tried.
BUILDING HELD UP UNTIL
PROTESTANTS ARE HEARD
Building Inspector bridges' haa been
directed by the city council to stop
further work on a box ' factory, ssld to
have been started on Center street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets, until
protests of residents may be Investigated.
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Get 36-cent bottle of Da&deruie at
any drug ator. pour a little Into your
hand And r:l It wel' Into th scalp with
th finger tips. By morning ,9 moat. If not
all, of thla awful scurf wllliave disap
peared. Two or three applications will
destroy every bit of dandruff; 'stop
scalp Itching and falling hair Adver
By LA KACONTEISK.
Summary frock of white Indestructible
voile, cmbivtdered la black and yellow
oiU-. TI.e lung slevea bodice la
ktiUred oier th shoulder with a portion
t tit iodice iri. with nl banging
loot over a girdle of blaca velvet, which
is axteuded In ssh end. Th skirt U
birred at the top, with to .iks t th
center Uld cloely t'o ther. A run Ing
Ihui4 of the volla Is embrotdered with
!uU arid frilled with narrow edging 1
ft M4. a I tU brio of the skirt- J
Combination Side Pleated Shirt
f 'f'jyrri-rnTVq ,.
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With Jtemat 3-lnrh box pVemtm
group of 0 half-Inch, aide pleats
going from renter to right and left.
' Above skirt should be prepared
from straight width of goods and
ahould 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 ahould mea
sure three yards around bottom be
fore pleating. Price 32.50 f
pirating only. All wool or ail slU
goods hold pleat best. Avoid cotton
SEND VOITI GOODS.
OUDK1W K1I.LKU PItOMPTLV.
WATCH FOB OT1IKU MODELS.
Everything In Pleating. Covered
Buttons, Hemstitching, plcot Edg
ing. Bend for free Price List.
The Ideal Button & Pleating Co.
107-100-111 South 16th St, Omaha, Neb.
COUPON NO. 5.
This Coupon Is good for 10 If applied as payiuesit on this skirt
before May 4th, 1013. tHit this out and a-nd vrllh your order.
Thi is the time to put your
furs and other winter apparel
in cold storage. Phone Doug.
1614-our wagons will call. Per
fect protection of all kinds
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Our Dry Air Cold Storage for
furs, winter apparel, rugs, etc.
keeps them perfectly and in
sures them against loss by
fire, burglary, etc., etc. ,IV
Great Spring Sale of Draperies and
Curtain Materials Begins Tuesday
Thousands and thousands of yards of curtain materials combine to make this
sale one of the most wonderf id in the season's calendar. Gigantic cash pur
chases of more than twenty-two cases are involved in this magnificent event
Sale Prices. Are From One-third to One-half Those Q
That Are U sualty Asked for Goods of Similar Quality
)n this sale are hundreds
of pieces of Bungalow Nets,
Filet Nets, Bobbinettes, Et
amines, Scrims, Voiles, Mar
quisettes, Imported Madras,
and Duo Etamine and many
other curtain materials
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Note the Bargains:
100 Pieces of Bungalow Net, Filet
Net and Novelty Net From 40 to
50 Inches wide; white,
ivory and ecru. Worth
to $1.25, a yard. . .
ssm a .aM . a
l wo uaaes or importea dcoccn Mad- ki
r a White, cream and colors.
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Adding interest to this oc
casion are fresh lots of
lace curtains at the-same
little prices which made'
Monday's sale such a success.
Much to clioose from and a
Note the Bargains:
Fine Imported Cream and Colored
Scotch Madras From 45 to 60
inches wide. Just 68 AA
pieces in the lot, worth to. Mf
$1.50; special, a yard. . . tsftV
75 Pieces of Double Thread Bobbi
net All widths, up to 2 yards;
white and ecra. Worth 60c. 1 r
Until sold, a yard IOC
90 Pieces of Mercerized Mar
quisette White, ecru and
ivory. 50 Inches wide. Regu
lar price 50c; sale oe
prlce, a, yard afcijC
Marquisette All full bolts.
Regular 3oc value. Very e
special, sale price, yd. . C
All the Scrims and Marqui
settes, with lace edges, on
to this sale go at, yard.3C
Etamine, Scrim and Voile
Ribbon edges and plain colored
borders. From 2 to 10-yard
lengths. Worth to
45c; a yard
Fine Colored Over Curtain Ma
terialsLook just like $1.25
Sunfast goods. Just 58 nr
pieces; a yard s&OC
"65 Pieces of 36-Inch Colored
Border Scrim Full bolts. Reg
ular price 20c; sale price,
a yard ,
100 Pieces of Plain Voile
White and ecru, off the ia
bolt Special, yard ... 1
Etamine, Scrim and Voile
Plain and fancy centers, rib
bon and hemstitched edges.
Full bolts. Regular
price 45c; a yard. .
Unusual Opportunities for Outfitting Economically
are Offered Women by Tuesday's Sales in Basement
Bor4ln and lajr School for Otrla and Young Womtn Cartt first admiti
to fiinitli. Vmmi. VcllvKley tin oili.r collrcss. Frtratloii for brvn tlr
snd la.t, litf.. iSTilCSD COOMC9 TO M1QU SOXOOX. tttLASiV AX
lioustiioia Arts, Mhi.-, litmnuium.
tVmiQ SAT ItCMOOl FOB UTtXS SIUI.
For Catalogue address tha frinclpsJ, KSM SUrUMU 0sTOST.
Suits for $12.48-
At this price we have grouped all the better
suits and a lot of new arrivals suits that
are sokl usually for $17.50, $19.00 and
$22.50. They are silk poplin, whipcord,
gabardine all stylish materials represented.
The colors are sand and putty, Belgian blue,
battleship gray, staple colors and black.
Sizes 14, 16, 18, 36 and up $f AQ
to 44; also extra sizes, 46 and V I to
48 for stout women; Tuesday.. 4W
Dresses for $3
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A very special lot of splendid silk and
cloth dresses for women and misses many
ditfe rent, styles, all good practical dresses.
Several hundred to choose from. Good
range of sizes. Regular $5, $6
and $7.50 values; Tuesday, for
Muslin Underwear at Very Special Basement Prices Tuesday
A speelsl lot ot Fine I Night Gowns, Psttlcosts, J women s Bitpor NUhtou out Women's Corset Core rs I Children's PUln snd Em
Nlht Gowns. Cora bin- Combinations, stc- 6c Wom"". ft.fScoV -l embroidery broidery Trimmed p,."
Iwiih uibroidorad bottoma. rj f I trimmed. Regular ip I Ail sixes
T::x...rr.'..!...-25c c.iu.. 1 5c Apir."; ;8C
Coats for $4.95
We have assembled a special lot of fine
new spring coats for women and misses.
Dozens of pretty styles, many different
kinds of materials; military coats with loose
backs, with belts to fasten in front or back,
new fancy turnup collars; fancy tweed,
satin and silk coats, pretty check and tan
'J coats, etc Many sample coats, in J nr
I all the new colors. They sell reg- v1 J
1 ularly for $7.50 to $10. Sale price.
Spring and Summer. Dresses from a great
purchase elaborate creations in fine white
dresses, plain and fancy colored dresses
fancy crepe materials, fine colored linens'
striped tissues, etc Sizes for women and
misses, 14 to 20 and 34 to 44.
$2.00, $3.00 and $4.00 values. .$1.39
$5.00 and $6.00 values n oa
nttona. Fattlco&ts. ijry I and 71C VSIues, J
.-V14 OC Tuesday, each ... 4 JC
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