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TTTTC BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1915.
1508-10 Howard Street
at First Cost
Tou pay no middleman profit
We mail them ourselves and sell
. them direct to you. We still have
a lot of Men rlaaa traveling goods
that we bought before we started
to make our own. and will aell
them at coat to oJoee them out.
Our own make wardrobe trunka
at $4 J. 00 are equal to any $45.00
tmnka on the market.
Alfred Cornish & Co.
Manufacturers of Iirun, gad.
dlea and Travellar Ooode.
1110 rsraam Street. Omaha.
Thursday, May 13, 1915.
RIZES for the Creche Card party, which Is to be given at the Font- I
nelle on Friday afternoon, May 2 8, are pouring in to the manage ,
ment of the affair. i
Thia party always brings forth unusually attractive trophies, j
and its prize-givers In years past have proven themselves most generous. ;
The Creche Itself Is a favorite charity with all, and from present indi- !
cations this party is to be a very gay affair.
Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith offers the same prize each year. It has j
always been some Individual style of sun shade. This year a strikingly j
handsome one in black and whlte-atrlped silk has been selected. ;
Mrs. Arthur Rogers has presented the committte with a large, heavy
bronze door-knocker. It Is colored In dull tones and follows the popular
pattern of the Vlenese work shops.
Mrs. Louis C. Nash will give a green wicker tea tray, equipped with a
tea set. M. E. Smith A Co. have offered a box of silk stockings. Mre.
Louis Clarke will also give silk stockings. Among others who have prom
ised prizes, but have not as yet decided on their selection, are Mesdamea
Thomas Kimball, Den Gallagher, Barton Millard and Miss Arabella Kimball.
"NO HARD FEELINGS
says Mrs. Florence Car
man, acquitted of having
murdered Mrs. Lulu Baily
at the second trial. "I
knew they just couldn't
convict me, "she said. ' I
am so happy that I don't
know what to do. I have
no hard feelings toward
Earl Nlhati of Dunbar." Neb.; Mrs. W.
K Ooll, Mrs. Harold Qoll and MeMer
tMllard Ooll of "rlhoun, Nb.; Mr, and
Mra M. TV. Blue of Tetamsh, Neb.," and
Mr. and Mre. V. JTwn of nialr, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs.' H!llo will be at home
eftr June IS at College View. Neb.
BUYS WHOLESALE SURPLUS
EASTERN CLOTHING MAKERS
Suffragists Honor Mrs. Kent.
Of the greatest Intrreit socially today
was the tea given at the Hotel Fontnnelle
by the E0.11M Frenrhlee society In honor
of Mra. William Kent, wife of Congress
man Kent of California and a prominent
figure In national suffrage circles. An
other honor guest was Mra. Ollhert M.
Hitchcock. Mra. B. B. Rood, president of
the auffrage society. Introduced Mra.
Kent, who talked on suffrage . In Cali
fornia. The tea room presented a moat attrac
tive appearance. Purple and write trie
were used effectively In the decoration
and the place carda bore tho Rnual. Fran
chise monogram gilt emboaaed. Over
1T0 guests were present.
The speaker's table lore a handsome
white basket of purple and white Ins
tied with a huge ' bow of purple tulle.
Here were seated Mra Kent, Mra. Hitch
cock. Mre. Kood. Mra. T.'I Kimball. Mra.
Z. T. LJiidsey. Mra. C. F. Maridernon and
Mra. E. M. Fairfield.
The arrai.irementa for the affair were
In charse of Mrs Halleck Rose, Mrs.
Rood and Vra. C. W. Russell. Assisting
and acting ns hosteese were:
J. M. Meteflf.
John N. Baldwin,
C W nusi'll.
John A. MrPhane,
1 fur old Olfford.
hlward U. Burke,
WHAT TO DO FOR
Ecsema, ringworm and other Itching,
turning skin eruption are so eaatly
Inada worse br Improper treatment that
one has to be vary carefuL There Is one
method, however, that you need not hes
itate to uae, even on a baby'a tender
kin that Is, the reslnol treatment.
Reslnol la the prescription of a Balti
more doctor, put up in the form of res
lnol ointment and reslnol aoap. This
proved so remarkably aucceaaful that
thousands of other physicians hare been
prescribing It constantly for 10 years.
. Reslnol atopa itching Instantly, and
almost always heala the eruptlona quick
ly and at little coat Reslnol ointment
and reslnol aoap can be bought at any
druggist's and are not at all sxpenslve.
The Easiest Way
To End Dandruff
There la one sure way that never falls
to remove dandruff completely and that
Is to dissolve It. Tills destroys It en
tirely. To do this, just get about four
ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon;
apply It at night when retiring; uae
enough to mdtsteii the scalp and rub It
In gently with the finger tips.
By morning, most If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
(nor applications mill completely dis
aolve and entirely destroy every single
sign and trace of It, no matter ho
much dandruff you may have.
You will find, too. that all Itching and
digging of the scalp will atop Inatantly,
and your hair will be fluffy, luatroua,
gloaay, ailky and aoft, and look and feol
a hundred times better.
Tou can --t liquid arvon at any drug
store. It Is Inexpensive, end four
ounces Is all you will need. This simple
remedy lias never been known to fell.
Postpone Date of Travelogue.
The travelogue on England which was
announced to be given Friday evening
by Mrs. (.'. J Roberts at the home of
Mrs. W. B. Howard, has been postponed.
The travel lecture will be given later for
the benefit of the Frances Wlllard
Woninn's Christian Temperance union of
which Mrs. Roberta Is president.
For Mii Lang-don.
Complimentary to Miss Orare I-angdon,
a June bride, Mies Mercedes Caughlln
entertained at brtdtce this afternoon. The
rooms were decorated with large bunchea
of spring flowers and the guests enter
C. K. Fanning,
R. P. 7.linmerer,
W. O. Mnrsn.
Margaret I. nullah,
Margaret Mi Hugh,
F. C harlea Smith,
Florence I ow,
BOVLSTON and EXETER STREETS
One block from Copley Sq. and
Public Library. Convenient to
Shopping and Theatre District.
All Outside Rooms. Excellent
BingW Rooms S3, whh Bath $2.50 and up
fcoubls " 12.30, " " Ji.50 " '
(Good CWsges 3 minutes' walk)
l C. PRIOR. MANAoia
Two minutes from Back Bay Statksa
Tea minutes from North Station
ADVERTISING IS TOH
SPOKE EVERY WHERE BT
UL IEJU AND KELEEltS.
Swanson-Weit Wedding. .
Tha wedding of Miss Jacmar West and
Mr. Harry Kwanson was celebrated Wed
nesday evening In the paraonade of the
Diets Memorial church at I o'clock. Miss
Clara McCormlck and Mr. Bwarts were
the attendants. The Rev. ' Mr. C. M.
Dawson performed tha ceremony In the
presence of the Immediate' family. Mr.
snd Mrs. Bwanaon will reside In Omaha.
Last Church Dinner.
The very last chicken and fish dinner
will be given at tha old First Presbyterian
church Friday noon. These luncheons
have been a souros of Income for tha
church for ths last twenty years and a
great deal of interest it attached to tha
lost luncheon. Mrs. Q. U Bradley, chair
man of circle t. Is In charge of ths affair
and will be assisted by many, of the
women of ths church.
Original Cooking Club.
Mra Herbert Wheeler was hostess to
day at tha regular meeting of tha Original
Cooking club. Covera were placed for:
Pamuel Hums, W. ft. Hoppleton,
;utner Kotintse, iteorge Frlns,
Mosher Colpetaer, Charles Kouutze,
Ward H irsess. W. H. Wheeler.
On the Calendar.
Mrs. William Collmer will entertain ths
members ' of the Church Extension so
ciety at her home. 1S1S Corby street.
Friday afternoon, at 1 o'clock.
Mra George Redlck will entertain the
members of the Monday Bridge club
Monday af ternon of next week at ths
To Honor Bride.
Miss Beulah Frailer entertained Wed
nesday afteinoen In honor of Mlaa Hasel
Lyon, whose wedding to R, E. Pratt takes
place Mav tl. The guests were:
C. J. Lyon. I 8. Overpeck.
Misses Mlsaes -
Haael I.yon, Irftta Johnson,
t'lemen-e Smith Dorothy I.yle,
ofl larksvllle, Mo.j Helen Buck,
Minerva Fuller. . Sallle Adler,
Knima Fulleway, . Audrey Ntpp
Edith Norrls, of Mineole, la;
Mnrfa rielter. Ruby Fnsler,
Nina Reed Leulah Frailer.
A Jack and Jill wedding will be cele
brated Monday evening. May IT. at I
o'clock, at tba First Christian church,
Twenty-second and Loruat streets. It
will be the leading social event In north
aide circles for the week. Tha groom
will be Master Jole Ruehton, who has
been a. popular member of the younger
aet for five summers. Miss Blnella Mc
Gregor, tha bride, has not yet started
to kindergarten. Little Miss Hasel
Kircheal will be the meld of honor, and
the bridesmaids will be tho Muwea May
Fairfield. Helen Dimmitk snd Eulpha
Rose. Mr. Marlon Norrls will perform
The out of town guesta will Include:
Mr. and Mra. Fpra't, l rents of the
groom; Mr. and Mra. Pumpkin Eater,
father and mother of he bride; Mlaa Bo
I'rep. Mr. Simple Minion and Mr.
This mlnature wedding ceremony will
be given under the direction of Miss
Vlcman of Boseman, Mont., for ths
benefit of the First Christian church.
French Heading at Fontenelle.
Madame Oulllford Amlth gave the first
of her "Hours of French Monologue"
yeaterdsjr afternoon at the Font nel la
A similar affair will be given Wednes
day, May M. Among those present yes
Howard ItalUrige, Frank Judaon,
Harry L. Kummlngs.Dyroa Clarke,
A. M. Jefrey. Chatelaine,
Mlaa May Maboney.
Tea for Home Guest.
Mlaa Lucy Updike gave a tea this after,
noon from! until t o'clock at her home
In honor of her house gueat. Mlaa Mildred
Chapman, of Rutland, VL The living
room and libra rv wore abloom with pur
ple Iris and bridal wreatna Tho dining
room was decorated with quantities of
gardes rosea The table oenterpteco was
a large boo I of pink aweet peas. Assist
ing the hostess weie:
Hubert I'Hilke. J. -'. Madura,
Bernard ( a pon. N'eleun I'pdlke.
Harold Evert. George Vt Kkermham.
Mum Hilda Hammer.
The wedding of Miss Anna Jacobson,
daughter of Mr. and Mre. J. P. Jacob
son of this city and Mr. Merton N.
Helllgso of Lincoln, Neb., took placo
Tuesday evening. May 11. at I o'clock, at
the home of the bride's parents, 816 South
Fifty-first street. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. John Christian of
College View. Neb.
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. A. T. Olb
son sang "At Dawning" and played Men
deleoohn's wedding march. The bride,
who was attended by her alster, Mlns
Esther Jacobson, was charming In a
gown of white crepe de meteor. Her
veil waa held In place by a wreath of
lilies of the valley and she carried an arm
bouquet of bride roses. The bridesmaid
wore light blue embroidered silk voile
and retried an arm bouquet of pink rosea.
Mr. U C. Damage rd of Lincoln, Neb.,
attended the groom.
The decorations . were In green and
white, the ceremony being performed
Vf ,e- ... raf f-
4 1 " i cJSl
1 Vr-oV V. j MtW
John A. Bwanson, president of the Ne
braska Clothing company, has returned
from Rochester, . Ni T., where he bought
the wholesale surplus stocks of a group
of leading clothea makera
In speaking of the purchase. Mr. Swan
son said: "I have bought' many thous
ands of dollars' worth of clothing dur
ing my career In the clothing business
In this city, but I must ssy that never
beTore have I secured values like them.
'The larger wholesale tailors at this
tlmq of the year are ansloua to -dispose
of their surplus stocks, .and the house
that cornea along with cash getat the pick
of the choicest plumr.
"Big makers wstch the stores that show
a progressive spirit and are keenly alive
to co-operating with them!' "We believe
that this Is one reason who we are espe
TWO OF SA1IE MUE
ARE HARRIED HERE
Members of Prominent Families in
the South Meet in Omaha
QUIET AS TO THEIR PLANS
.Prank O. Harbeson of Cincinnati,
0., and Log, Angelas, Cat.,-member of
a prominent and wealthy Dklo famll,
and Mrs. Juliet L. Osenton Harbeson,
a Louisville, Ky., society woman,
were married at the court house by
County Judge Crawford. 'The cere
mony followed a secret trip made by
Mra. ' Harbeson ' from Louisville . to
Omahawhere she met Mr. Harbeson.
Mrsv Harbeson Is the divorced wife of
a member of . the ' Hsrbeeon family, of
Kentucky, where the family waa promi
nent for many years, various posts of
Importance socially and politically In that
.... fc..in hjn held br Its
inniiutttta- tfcat of secretary or stato, mv,
Hsrbeeon came to Omaha from K ansae
City, where bo Is well known, us wa
no erne there of hts Intention, wit tho
esceptlon of Ohsrles B. Osrtro'.l. a
cousin, and Grant I. Rosenswelg. a friend.
who accompanied him to Ornana ana wit
nessed the ceremony.
Mr. Harbeson declined to talk to news
paper writers and h and his bride hur
fntm the court house la a car. They
declined to make their future destination
Mr. Harbeson Is 57 veers of sgs snd Ml
bride Is C They gave their ages to tho
marriage license clerk as "over 21." He
said he had been divorced twenty years
ago. Mrs. Hsrbeeon. he told the elork.
Is the daughter of George N. Osenton of
Mr. Harbeson la a cousin of U. L.
Hsrbeson of Cincinnati, who was for
yeara a law partner of the late Benator
William Gobel. former governor of Ken
tucky. He is a near relative of Mrs. B.
Thorn as of Txs Angeles, who Is heir to
a vast estate there. .
.Xlaht Conga Relieved.
, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey eases your
cough, soothes . the Kings snd Invites
sleep. Only c. A'lr druggists-Advertisement.
... . -
under a csnopy of bridal wresth. ' A
buffet lutiwr was served after the cere
mony. Mlsa Kubv Wiseman of Lincoln
presided at the punrh bowl. . Miss Blanch
Rosenbach and Miss Florence Baker,
claasmatea of the bride, assisted. The
bride la a graduate nurse of the Hast
About fifty guests attended the wedding,
among whom were Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Helllgso. parents of the . groom; Messrs.
Austin Helllgso and Klmer Helllgso, Miss
Gertrude Helllgso, Miss Ruby Wiseman.
Messrs. L. C. Damsgard. Authur Nlelson,
L. C. Northrup and Chris Chrlstensen of
Lincoln. Neb.; Miss Blanch Rosenbach,
Miss Florence Baker, Mrs. F. A. Wash
burn of Hastings, Neb.; Rev. and Mra
O. J. Beltser of Nebrsska City; Mrs.
1 M I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I II I I I I I II I I I I I I II I I I I I a-
The cook is happy, the
other members of the family
are hsppy appetites sharpen, things
brighten up generally.' And Calumet
Baaing Powder is responsible for it all.
For Calumet never fails. Its
wonderful leavening qualities insure
perfectly shortened, faultlessly raised
bakings. ' ,
Cannot be compared with
other baking powders, which promise
Even a beginner in cooking
gets delightful results with this never
failing Calumet Baking Powder. Your
grocer knows. Ask him.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World', Pure Feed EapaalUoo, Ckleaao,1IL
tTH fig.ialti Fium, Marafc, ISIS.
si r - rssr-
"Oh, do you serre R1DGWAYS too ?
Everyone's talking about it
50c, 60c, 70c sad $1.00 per pouad
H. J. HngheMfQo.. Ine., WhnleaaVa DUtributorw.
Our sBargain Sale ; of Women's
. " Hosiery, Underwear, Shoes, .Millinery : and Corsets, continues in all
its force tohrorrow Friday.- New lots-have been brought forth for. the
second day of this feale and .thrifty bargain hunters will - find' this a real
bargain feast. ... . ' '.
-Just think of buying Women's Silk Dresses valued as high as $12.00
at $3.(Xr Women's, Misaes' and Jnniors. Silk or. Cloth Coats, worth to
$10.00, at $2.00 and $3.00 Women's Silk Petticoats, worth to $5.00, at
$1.49, and Women's Real Afiiitlc Panama Hats, at $1.00.
Bargains such as these and many more of them .in our basement
tomorrow, , . ...
Fine Quality Dress Zephyrs Red Seal
Utility and other staple, brands. In all
the wanted checks, plaMS and sfTlpe- '
neat colorings. VsJuee to 10 ' -1 i
Lengtha up to 15 yds. Friday, a yd.t . . C
finest . Quality Drees
Issue- Beautiful as
sortment ot . neat, i
small checks and fig
ures, hairline etrtpea,
etc Crlap aod ah ear
worth 11 W.
3enulae Oalatea Butt
ing H y d a are a de,
Manchester sad other
staple brand a.-Lena-tba
up to !0
ymrim.- All the want-' .
sd atrrpes and so l
day, a yard., .
38-Inch Dross Percale Mostly light and
dark grounds. Full standard make, excellent
quality and flDtsh; all doslrablo-dots -and .:
figure.. Regular 10Vo. Tatoea, ' ' . i
Friday, a yard .'. .., ...,. ...OzC
Thooaands of Tarda Of Wash Ooods Alt
a-radeo and ooalltlea. Mill remnants aad
lengths from roaroler stooks aoeomvlated
for our uemal wook-ond oleaa-u. IneJud
lag Peroalae. Calleoeo, Oloshama, Cham-'
bray a Zephyrs. Cropo Beoreuokers, '
Lawns. Dtmltlee, ete. While lot
last, a yard... ,.'2-
Beautlful sheer, Frenoh Printed Organdtea
aad soft, c 11 nary sfereorlaeA Batiste Bxeel
lent warm weather wash materials, f t
In sll' the chelceat prlntinga lll-As
lte aad Iso valvoo. rrldayT a yard. .
Pteeet Q a 1 1 1 y
highly mercerised ;
permanent . finish.
Regular Ho val
ue. Specially. .
a yard. ... . . . w w
Dress Ba 1 1 s t e
The old reliable
-wash febrto, , la
mill lengths .aod
shorts, op to IS
yarda ' BeatittfuV
rosebud floral aod
4th er srlnt-. .. se -logs;
to ISo, rare. . .
Soaps and Household
White Kaptha , Borax
89ap 10 bars..29o
Pearl White Soap
10 bars for.- w. .29o
. 20-Mnls Team Borax t
1-lb . pkg......7o
Liquid Veneer 60c
0Codar Floor Oil
50 sir-. .' . ... . . . 29o .'
Johnson's Jw Wax,'
Proxldo , Soap--
10c siso, esJc.. .'.Qs
Pnro Castile Boap--1-lb.
Diamond "KT Soap .
10 Wrs for. . .'. -190
Peroxide of Hydro-1-Ib,
Box Sale of Notions
$1.00 Worth for 10c
Paokage Beet Wire Haly Pins, worth.,
wvvi iDrm. w or , n ........ .
i eon or uooa Tape, worts. '...,..,.
1 Paper Pi a worth....;
1 Hair Net. worth . .
I Card BeSety Pins, worth
I Card Oood Hooks aod Eyes, worth...
I Piece of Ironing Wax. worth.. . .....
. I Piece of Beadyhtade Buttonhole, worth
I Mwias- Maenino Attaolxnont. worth. .
t varo 01 nu
tust-Proof Droea Claano. wneta . a '
1 Card of Wilson Hooka aad Uvea, worth. .lOe
1 Card of Wary Wire Collar toys, worth . So
1 ftehool Tablet worth .. ... , .. .Mo
1 Blaatto Roronaat. worth... t.. Se
1 Spool of Beet Daralag Cotton, worth . . Se
Total ......I.'.......' ..giias)
snd many other Itema aet stated In paper.
1 worth of Notions for loo. All la one boa.
. Limit I boxes to a customer.
'White arid Colored
Vv Wash Goods :
Largo AeeArted Lot of Hlgh-CIasa Silk and
Cotton Dreaa Materials An accumulation
from our March and April sales, materials
that sold up to 4c a yard. M and 40 Inches'
wide, from 1 to 15-yard- lenarths.
While this lot lasts, on J9eemet)t ' I Sf
Bargain Square, a yard
Striped Linen Pongee White and 'oolored
groonda. mercerised; fiDeet quality for. ootlng
suits, areesee ana eniiaren s rroevs.
Fast , colors. - 17; Inches- wide. A
yard t. . . .i. . . . . . ; ... v
4S-tnoh Drees Voile Pink, ItirM blue,
lavender, patty, -sand, brown-and a
many other shades to select from. . ' I Iff
-Worth . lo. special, a yard. . . . , . . . , w
Heavy White Ratine
: Crepe- Good ' weight
for suits and skirts.
IT In. wide. , m 0 i
aegular ISo . I
Wblte. Corded Dtml
tlee II Inches, wide.
sale price. . .
Muslin, Sheets and Slips
Beat Quality It-lnok Bleached Muslin Book
brands as Advertleer, Extra, etc. full ry
bolts,- porf set goods. No starch or -rVC
dreesiaa. Hosrular 10s value, yard "
IS-lnch Vnbleoched Mualla Kxtra
rood ouality, . soft .finish, . Worth.
C yard ..............
M-dneh Bleached Muslin Oood Qual
ity, soft finish; for household . use.
Ftldajr, off the belt, a yard.....
TlxtO Bleached snoots Qooa grade, e)ft
I -Inch horns, ready for use. Special
p f;"rriay, oaon i . . . ,.....
41 and 4Ssis-incn Bieacnea
Cases to match Specially
Basement Drapery Section
i,000 Travelinj Men's Sample
Curtains-Up to 2 yards 4 p
lonf. Special Friday, each. JC
Summer.. Weitht - Portieres Such asv
madras arid; crete curtains. ( ng .
. Rerar price tS.OO, each. vlea&O
Colored- " Border Muslin ' Curtains
Rerular $ t .00 values. ' Special,
Best Oil Opaque Wlndov Shades. A
. Size 36 inches by 7 feet; ready fl
to hanj. Specially 4 C-1
priced, each. . ........ . ,"wC
Extra Special for Boy
Two Hundred Bora' Suits that
bare been slllng af $2i0 to
. ll.Oq Fri. In Bargain Basement.
All ; Norfolk aty tea, aes to 17 x
rear. In aa assortment of pat-'
terns. Bpeeiany priced at....
Boys' Rompers .
'A new lot of noaf patterns ana plain colors,
In straight bhj rompers that are worth 36c,
many -worth 60c Specially priced, ) r
aeh ,. ...ZjC
All the new styles Included Oliver Twist. .
Middy and Balkan models; neat color effects
and plain white, blue and tan. Agea . a f
1 to IS yeere. Roarular price 11.00; alMf
.sale price, suit.-.. ,7t
Sc Crasvb, Be
One Case of Fult Bleached Craok With faooo
bordera Soft klatd. Bpoolal Friday, s
a yard .OC
4e Towvla, 2c.
Two eases for FrMey selllaar.
perfections. Specially priced, each.
Tor Friday i will place oa sale IS Ftecee of
All-Uoes Tabla Damask A largo 7CL
variety of pretty pet terns. Special rC
42.00 Sprwawla, $1.69
One Case of Croehet Bp reads Frtagod ondsi,
cut onraers; reeTulatloo also. Boo-. Sit aTtt
rial Friday, each 4)tw9
Travails. Balesmen's Samoloe of Bilks Hua.
dreds of sanrplea of etlks. This lot repre
sents every kaowa weave and color. Poet,
"rely -worth to see each. Tour cboioo . ' 1
Friday, each pteoo 13C
ailk gornplee jtt,t the thing for faaer work;
wr tow imagiaaeie. worth, to r
' ke Boaeaseat FvteUy.
. Bummer Net Coraeta At a great earln. yoe
, Braaoteeaa Back cloalas- atyle. Made of oaWa)
Front hook style made of musrla. s a
embroidery trtamei. Hh. Io vala, at. .
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