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THK UKE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 13. 1915.
It's Foolish to Suffer
Ton mnf be brave tnouih to ptnd
tarkaerie. fir heartache, or dlstlne. But
If. In addition, urination la disordered,
look out! If you don't wake tip. and
try to fl tin your sick kldneya. you may
fan Into the clutrhee of Briglit a dla
mm, or mmi other urlo arid, malady, or
ktdnay trouble before you know it. But.
If you lva mora carefully, and help
your kldneya by toning them up with
Doan's Kidney PUla, you can atop the
ralni you hara and avoid future danicer.
Mra. W. n. Wood-
worth. 8S1'3 1-Yank-lin
any: "1 had weak
kldneya and my
bark ached In
tensely. I always
felt tired anl
languid and my
kldneya didn't art
mm thev ahoillil.
0 After I had fin-1
J 1 tnheri one bo of
1 n lioan'a Kidney
PI I la. I waa no
e lonaer bothered.
"Qamrn ni fcavs to The cure haa laat-
1Ta ) en
i if '!" .r . !inu. ' ft 'fi)-fi)-ii Ami
30 at all Drug Stores
Foelar-Milbum Co.rW BurTalo.N.Y
Wiiat tha Parcel Post Has Dons
(or tlsa Farmers and Residents
of the Small Towns Near Omaha
It Haa Brought the Largest and
Best Cleaning and Dyeing
Establishment in the
Middle West Right
To Your Door.
When your suit, overcoat, dress,
Ilk waist. Jacket, white gloves or
valuable housefurnlshlngs become
soiled, Just wrap them up and mall
to us with Instructions for Cleaning
We will put them In first class
condition and par return postage.
Write for our Price LlBt and anj
Information you desire.
Remember we guarantee satis
faction. For nearly eighteen years
we've been building our reputation
as Omaha's Quality Cleaners and we
think too much of It to turn out any
but the very finest work.
"Cood Cleaners and Dyers."
1 31 .VI 7 Jones tit., Omaha, Neb.
SOAP IS BAD
FOR THE HAIR
Koap ahould ba uaed very apartngly.
If at all. If you want to keep your
hair looking Its beat- Moat soaps and
prepared ahampoos contain too much
alkali. This driea tha scalp, makes
the hair brittle, and rulna It.
Tha beat thing for steady uaa la
Juit ordinary mulslflsd cocoanut oil
which la pure and groaaeleaa), la
cheaper and better than aoap or any
thing rise vou can uae.
One or two teaapoonfula will
rleanso the hair and scalp thoroughly.
Simply molaten tha hair with water
and rub it In. It makaa an abund
ance of rich, creamy lather, which
rinses out easily, remoylng every
particle of duat. dirt, dandruff and
exceaalve oil. Tha hair drlea quickly
and evenly, and It leaves tha scalp
soft, and tha hair flna and silky,
bright, luatroua, fluffy arfd eaay to
You can get mulalfled cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, and a few ounrca
will aupply every member of the
family lor month. Advertisement
NUMBER of Omahans are doubly mourning the sad fate of the
Luaitanla. Either personal friends or members of the family of
Intimates have perished with the Ill-fated monitor. ,
Mrs. Joseph Byrne is a friend of Mrs. Alfred Qwynne Vander
bilt, whose husband perished with the ship. They attended school to
gether at the convent of Notre Dame, near Baltimore.
She was formerly Miss Margaret Emerson of Baltimore. Mrs. Van
derbllt and all the members of the Emerson family were near friends of
Mr. Harry 8. Byrne of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plamondon were well known here. Their daugh
ters are members of the Sacred Heart Alumnae and several of the Sacred
Heart girls attended school with them. Miss Marie, who from first re
ports sailed with her parents. Is safe with her sisters in New Jersay. At
the last minute she cancelled her reservations. Miss Marie attended school
at Manhattanvllle, In New York City, with Mrs. W. O. Colling, formerly of
Omaha, but now living In Baltimore.
Study Circle Elects Officers.
Tennyson chapter of the Chautauqua
f-'tudy circle was entertAined at luncheon
Monday at the home of Mra. W. C. Lyle.
Mra. V. H. Wray'a division, tha loalng
alls I J an attendance content for the
year, were hoatenrea for the winning aide.
Jura. A. B. Williams' dlvlalon. The
guests were seated at two long table
which had a decoration of apring flowera.
After the luncheon there waa a pro
gram and election of officer. Mrs. F.
II. tt'ray wa elected president, Mrs, J.
A. Siinderlnnd vice president, Mra. d. E.
Tlryson aocretary, Mr. A. R. Mack and
Mlsa K. A. Friend leader of divisions
and Mrs. V. II. Howard leader of the
study class. The club presented Mr.
Howard a picture of "Klalne" as a token
of appreciation of her acrvlcca aa leader
during the at year.
The wedding of Miss Marie Kthel Dross,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Edward J.
Gross, and William J. Moran waa cele
brated at 8 o'clock thla morning at 8t.
Peter's church, the Rev. Father. Mc
Carthy performing the ceremony.
The bride ws gowned In white puasy
willow taffeta, trimmed with, pearla and
rhlneatonea. Hhe wore a diamond and
learl lavcller, the gift of the groom, and
carried a ahower bouquet of brldea' roses
and lllle of the valley,
Mlsa Margaret Gross, alster of the
bride, and Mr. J. P. Onnsby were the
only attendants. Mlaa dross waa gowned
in turquoise blue satin, with sequin trim
mings, and she carried a largo bouquet
of Klllarncy roses.
Following the wedding ceremony a
breakfast was served to the Immediate
family at the home of the bride'a parenta.
The young people will be at home after
June 1 at Carter Lake club.
To Honor June Bride.
The Bachelor Girls' 8. O. D. If. club
entertained at a miscellaneous ahower
at tha home of Miss Lilly Ilamann Tues
day evening In honor of Miss Irene
Burned, who will be a June bride. Pink
and white formed tha color scheme for
the decoration and the evening was
apent In muslo and games. Those pres
ent were: .
Irene Hutnelt, Blanche Elwood,
Lilly Hainann, Myrtle Hamann,
Ituth Cowdrey. Heth Wtlam,
Gretchen linmann. Mayhclle lierka.
Gives Bridge Luncheon.
Mra J. F. Anavn entertained at a
brldtie luncheon at her home today. The
gucata were seated at two long tables
which had a pretty decoration of baskets
of pink and lavendar sweet peas. Seven
tables were placed for the card game.
The out-of-town gueata were Mrs. Fred
Cleveland and Mra. George Flack of Ne
braska City and Mra. J. Anderson of
Gives Series of Luncheons.
Mrs- W. O. Henry entertained fifteen
guests at a beautifully appointed lunch
eon In one of the private dining room a of
the Hotel Fonteneile today. Fink
ruses were used In tho decorations.
Mra Henry will give another luncheon
Thursday at the hotel, when a smaller
party will be entertained.
Luncheon for Bride.
Miss Helen Norris waa honor guet
today at lunclioon given by a number of
her friends at the home of Mlaa Loulto
Cotter. ' Tha luncheon was followed by
an old-fashioned quilting party. The
table waa decorated with strands of pink
ribbons, bridal wreaths and snow balls.
Covers were placed for:
Helen Norria, Iva Lee. '
Winifred Traynor. Irene t otter.
llene McCaffrey, Louis Cotter.
For Mrs. Blath.
Mra. C. Wells and Mrs. A. Hene gave I
a reception thla afternoon from S until i 1
o'clock la honor of Mrs. . Blath of Hi. I
Loula, who la enrout to California. The ;
rooms were abloom with bridal wreaths '
nd whit rosea About forty guvet '
OMAHA ATTORNEY WEDDED TO
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MRS. ANAN RAYMOND. ;
KKARNET, Neb., May U.8peclat Tel
egram ) Miss Florence Itostetler and
Anan Raymond were married here today
at the home of the bride'a parents, Judge
and Mrs. Kruno O. Hosteller, In the
presence of 125 gu?ats. The wedding waa
among the moat beautiful occurring In
thla city thla year. Mr. and Mra. Ray
mond will reside at Dundee, the groom
being a prominent young ; attorney of
Clark, J. T. Ptewsrt. :d; Mlsa Mildred J.
Huller, MY. and Mrs. V. T. Burns,
Messrs. W. O. Rutler and J. A. Russell.
Mr. and Mr. Kdgar Moraman, Jr., who
are visiting In Washington and New
Tork, sre expected home Friday morning.
Registering at the Hotel McAlpt" from
Omaha during the last week have bcem
Fred It. l-arson, K. F. Howe.
F. W. Torter.
Rummy Club Entertained.
Mra P. Mehrens entertained the
Rummy club st her home Tuesday after
noon. Three tables were placed for the
card game and prises were won by Mrs.
D. E. Lovejoy, Mrs. Alex Jetes and Mr.
Frank O. Rrowne. The club will meet In
two weeka with Mrs. W. A. Pmlth.
On the Calendar.
The University club will open In two
or three weeks. The affair will be very
The McKlnley B'nal B'rlth club will
give a dancing party thla evening at the
Mr. Ftockton Heth has returned from
a short atay In Chicago.
Mrs. D. E. McCulley and children, who
have been visiting In Carthage, Mo, are
expected home Saturday.
Mr. George A. Percival la home from
Auburn, N. Y., where he has been at
tending the Theological seminary. He
will remain until June, when he will go
to St Louis to do social settlement work
during the remainder of the v. utlon
Mra. F. M. Cole Is spending the day In
M'LOUD TURNED OUT
Is Acquitted by Jury Before Judge
English in the Agatha Zim
GIRL IS PRINCIPAL ACCUSER
Sixteenth street: G. C. Kverson, 57R South
Twcnty-elxhth street; Ianlel Tnrlght.
1S2J North Twenty-fourth street. South
Omaha: Harry W. Cnwduroy. 115 South
Taenty-nlnth street; W. P. Clark. 2
Iecatur etreel; B. S. Clair. :2 North
Twenty-first street; George Christian. 3M0
W strict, South Omaha, and John 1.
Hehrens, i"Jl HimebKugh avenue.
( oaisih and t olds Itansernaa.
Don't wait, take Dr. King's New Dis
covery now. It will help your cough and
soothe the I'ings. 50c. All druggists.
RABBI COHEN ADDRESSES
THE MENORAH SOCIETY
Rabbi Samuel, Cohen of Kansas City
addreased the Menorah aoclety Tuesday
evening at the University of Omaha The
subject of his address wss "Functions
and Genesis of Ceremonial." Dr. D. E.
Ji nklna, president of the University of
Omaha, gave a abort address on "Ifieal-
l.m In Education." Mr. Oscar Wein
steln gave a cello solo and a trio number
waa given by Miss Sophie Welnsteln at
the violin, Mlsa Martha Welnsteln at the
p!ano and Mr. Oscar Welnsteln at the
Get Rid or "Spring; Fever."
A lasy liver and sluggish bowels will
overcome any ambitious and energetic
man or woman and make them feel all
tired out, dull, stupid and lifeless. Foley
Cathartto Tablets relieve constipation, re
store healthy bowel action and liven up
your liver. They are wholesome and thor
oughly cleanalng; do not gripe or nause
ate. They banish that full, cloae, heavy
feeling. J. L. Knight, Fort Worth, Texas,
says: "My disagreeable aymptoma were
entirely removed by tho thorough cleana
lng they gave my system." Sold every
where, Advertisement. '
friends and Mlsa Sawyer Is particularly
Interested In meeting Mr. Chsirbers'
News of the Wayfarers.
Mrs. Leonard Everett Is In Chicago,
wr.er she plans to remain for two
New arrival from Omaha at tha Elms
in Lxcelslor Springs are Meadamea E. M.
Reynolds, C. a. McDonald, Everett B.
Hnrry McLo id. a rhauffeur. whoae al
leged estapado with Agatha Zimmerman,
aged 16 years, one year ago, caused sev
eral arrests and stirred Juvenile author-
ltles to an ln-estivation of third class
' hotels In Omnlin, wss acquitted of a
statutory charge In connection with the
case by a Jury In Judge English's district
The scqultlal wss a surprise to Juvenile
Judge Sears and Probation Officer Miller,
who before the trial began had refused
to consent to a proposal that McLoud j
1'irvu auiny to a lesser cnarge oi con
tributing to the girl's delinquency and
fake a jail sentence. The Jury took the
case at 6 o'clock Tueaday afternoon, re
mained out all night and brought In a
verdict at 10 r'clock In the morning.
Tho Zimmerman girl, who was brought
from a Ma to Institution to appear against
McLoud. testified that she had spent
the greater part of several days In his
company and with other companions,
several of whom are facing criminal
prosecution. Her testimony directly Im
plicated M"I.oud in her own downfall.
She was corroborated by other witnesses
for the state.
Denies His finllt.
McLoud declared In his own defense
that he had nothing: to do directly with
the girl's downfall and was corroborated
by Annie. Smith, ' a companion In the
various events which mode up the case
of the prosecution. She asserted that
McLoud had been In her company on all
Following were the Jurors who ac
quitted McLoud: Anthony Schneider, 3C29
R street. South Omaha; Roy T. Plsnteen.
2821 California street: William E. Nlel
aen, Lake street; H. A. Morrison, 2537
Recs street; Fmll F. Kranda, 1919 South
MAKE MORE NOISE EVEN
THAN THE POLITICIANS
Coincident with the beginning of the
new city administration a paving con
tractor started work In the alley st the
rar of the city halt, using what some
of the city officials believe Is the largest
and noisiest concrete mixer In the v?orld.
Unable to successfully compete with
the sound waves sent foYth by this sounl
bbttery Mrs. Clara Young Is using a
negs phone to make herself heard within
the office of public accounts and flnancx
This megaphone habit may spread
throughout the city hall, as the mayor
has sanctioned the use of apeaklng trum
pets In times of necessity.
Window Shades Gleaned
MIDWEST SHADE FACTORY
MTanufactnrsrs and Cleaners.
1318 Faraam St. Douglas 8329
m a n ' 1
That will be
If you wish to make a
wedding gift of the utmost
elegance you should see
our splendid collection of
diamond dinner rings. They
Include the newest Ideas In
gem-setting and are priced
If It's a gift of Individual
ity and distinctiveness you
Eeek, come here.
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PROF. PULS CANCELS
HIS SPEAKING DATES
; Prof. Puis f the expression depart
ment' of Bellevue college has cancelled
his dates at the high schools of Central
City,' Columbus, Schuyler, Osceola and
Waterloo this week In order to give his
undivided attention to the production of
the senior class play. "The Rogueries
of Scapln," by Mohere.
A majority of the high schools In the
stats close the last part of May, ao that
Prof. Puis will be unable to cover all tho
territory' ssslgned to him. II will, how
ever, fill ' his commencement date at
TOO' ifiVS' eBKE.EU.fl
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF
H Pumps and Oxfords
1,000 Pair to Select From. Sizes 1's to Z widths triple A's to double E's.
tki ilirinii I w . ... a
UALK-OUER BOOT SHOP IS
317 South 16th Street .
.How Many Dollars Would You Buy at
A story is tfild of a man standing on London Bridge offering Sovereigns for Five Shillings. He made a wager that be would only be able to dis
pose of a very limited number AND HE WON. Now it goes without saying that if the people would have had CONFIDENCE iu their own judgment
or CONFIDENCE in the seller the sovereigns would not have lasted long. ' :
CONFIDENCE is just na necessary in, the buying of mer
'rhandise. For it is more difficult to judge merchandise than
it is to judge gold.
Statements are made daily which you do not credit, and
largely because you do not believo those who pretend to offer
you dollars for quarters.
Thursday, May 13 th, .we ask for your confidence -for
in effect we will sell you a dollar for twenty-five cents
For All Pain
"The efileleney of any drug" says Dr. C. P.
Robblos, ' Is kiiuau to us by the results we
; obtain from Us use. II we are able to cou
j trl ila and disease by mna of any pre-
fsralion, we rertaiuly are warranted In lis
ute. Oueol tba principal syniuiouis of all
I diseases la pain, and this Is liM the patient
must of ion applies to u lor, L e. aoiuviblng
to reilsve hi pain. II w ean arrest this
j promptly, Uie patient Is most llabls to t rust
I la us fur lb other remedies which will effect
! a permanent eure. Una remedy wblch 1
j have use1 tarssly in niy prarlira Is Anil
- ksuiuia lcblen. Many and vaiieU are Uiel
am. I have put tUetn to the test on many
occasions, ana bave never beea disappoint
ed. 1 louud Uieua especially valuable tor
baadaebes ol tuaiarial orlsin, wbsre tiulnlue
aa uliig lMjLn. lbsy appear to preyent
j tue uad a'ter-efleela ol tbe quinine. Anil-
I kauinia lablele are also eieelieot for the
i bsaUacbee fruua Improper diaestlon; also
lor beatacbee ol a iieurelalo ortaln, and ea
i peoiaily lor women subcttopalusat oertaia
tiui. iwo Aiiu-unuis 'laiieta give
With the Visitor.
Mrs. yles Crummer and Miss Llllls
Crumnirr of Kansss City have arrived
to be the guests of Mra. H. K. Crummer
for two weeks, at her home In the
Meeting: of Garden Club.
The regular meeting of the Garden
club waa held thla afternoon at thj homo
of Mra. George Talmrr. A paper on
"Water Creae" waa the Interesting fea
ture of the meeting. The numbers present
j C. II. Hustln,
4, iwr urvn mi'n-
It. V. Whltinore.
W. K. Martin.
John N. lialdwln,
t". W. Lyman,
?. F. Manderaon,
House Party forVeek-End.
Mra. V. R. Klralght rill entertain a
house party for the week-end. tier
gueata w ill be, Mra. May A aid of Jack
sonville, Fta., who has l-een with her
lor a week; Mra J. C. Hammond and
Mra. W. .P.. McCulley if Cherokee, la.
Mra Mlraight gave an Orpheuin theater
party Monday In honor of her niest.
Luncheon and Bridge.
Mrs. James Morton save a bridge
luncheon today at her heme In honor of
Mra May Auld. The table waa decorated
with yellow tulips and yellow shaded
prompt reitof.audluesuort time tbe patient eenaias aua eigni guesis were snter-
U able to so about a usual." Tbese tablets tamed.
aiar oe ootaiusa at ail aruggista. Asa lor
A-a Tablets. 1 bey axe also uueseelled lot 1
asajaoa.a, aeawaaia aad au yaiua. jjj,, Sawyer Gueit of Honor.
' - - - I Miss Joan Sawyer and Mr. Grorge Hsr
ourt will be guests of honor at tho as
rembly dance which will be gtvec thi
wit ....... jevening at Chambers' academy., Mr.
Hit hUMt rArtn ChumlMrs and Miss ar;cr are Misouslj
THE OMAHA BEE""
A Sale of Dress Fabrics, made from Cotton and
Silk nd Cotton. Excellent materials and want
ed colorings. Similar fabrics have sold from
75c up to $1.50. Thursday, in Wash Goods
SKtion, 25d yard.
Sun Shedders Useful as a protection from
Sol's rays and adding a charm to milady's get
up, topping off as it were. Parasol styles are
novel this year, showing a marked departure in
general get up. We price children's from 25
to $1.75, and for grown-ups from $1.00 to
Ready-to-Wear Section Not a day but sees
new arrivals in many respects "Kayser Silk
Suits" take front rank. Made from the Kayser
Silk Jersey Cloth they combine ease with ele
gance, durability with dressiness, fit indeed
"like the paper on the wall" bringing out and
accentuating what has been described as "the
charm of fashion and the mold of form.
Thursday Blouses in Crepe de Chine and pop
ular Georgette, at the special prico of $3.98 ea.
Suits for Thursday A sort of experimental
sale. One of a kind taken from the $35, $37.50
and $40 new models, $24.75 each. Coverts,
A Skirt Opportunity The usual rule is to lay
aside the odd skirts left from a range and then
a little later bunch them in a sale. Thursday
yoj will get them instead of waiting for tho
Semi Annual event Taffetas, Serges, Rarapoer,
etc. Priced at $1.98, $2.98 and $4.98.
A glance will tell you their worth. .
Rompers for the wee ones Tight knee or beach
6tyles in Seersucker or Madras 50, 75c4
and $1.00 each.
Silk Petticoats The latest wrinkles, made from
Soft Chiffon Taffetas, black and colors, some
changeable and many, fancies interesting as
au exhibitiou of new effects and moderately
priced to make them attractive.
A Special Lot for Thursday Silk and Messa
lines, $1.98 each. If in need of an extra pet
ticoat, advise an early call.
Basement Salesroom A gathering of specials
for Thursday, priced at what are usual whole
sale figures. Prices not likely to continue.
Suggest, therefore, if you have needs, supply
We quote a few items as indicators:
Standard Apron Check Gingham GV4
A good 36-inch Percale 8M;C
Regular 10c White Outing 7ty
Amoskeag Chambravs 8c4
12Vjc Lace Cloth 9c4
10c Bleached Muslin 7,jtr4
75c 81x91) Sheets, each 59c4
$1.23 Waste Baskets 89c4
We reserve the right to refuse to sell dealers.
Intended for our retail trade.
Ask and Ye Shall Receive Right here, we
want to test whether Ads are read thru and thru.
f you will ask at Glove Section for the Special
Short Silk Gloves at 39 cents; for the Special
Long Silk Gloves at 79 cents, you will get tho
most standard gloves made, which we would
hesitate to display or price in our windows. We
will say nothing about the unusual prices. Suf
fice it to hint, that they are sold nowhere in
the world at these Thursday prices. These are
firsts, not imperfect or of second quality.
Tbese Items at
these prices for
3 days, Thurs
day. Friday and
65c Bath Mats 49t
$1.00 Lace Dresser Scarfs .-69
$3 8-4 Damask Cloth . . 81.08
$1 Damask, all linen 69t?
2 Bed Spreads 81.49
$1.50 Embroidered Voile and
AT THE LACE DEPARTMENT
Maline Puffs, each 82.00
Broken sets of Shadow Lace Insertion and 1 All ai
Edges. Some are 12 inches wide. In- Vt former
eluded are a few All-overs. l Prices.
Point de Paris LaresA great Underwear special. Sold
tip to 25c, Q only, for Thursday.
Thursday a Lot of Oriental Laces Widths to 6 Inches.
Sale for one day, 25 yard-
We make Suits to measure and guarantee a fit.
We cannot promise delivery of Skirts now before May
the twenty-fifth. Get theni now.
New Suiting Silks Just in fresh from the looms.
rVek and Ye Hhall Find On Silk Counter, without a
ticket or anything to indicate its special value Jut
for Thursday and only to those who look for it A big
lot of new Tub Silks Last week one dollar Yesterday
one dollar Every other dsy but Thursday, and that
day 09 yard. Another ad test.
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