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OUTDOOR ''SEASON ARRIVES
Lonj-Looked for Time for the Open.
- Air Season it Now at Hand
at All Clubs.
bXtuedat IS THE DAY SET
rtNTAY Mlaara Mollln Corby nd
lt A1lpr. dancing party In lmnor of
Mlaa Ooldlo Alplrn ami Mr. Lxivtd rder.
MONHAV Monday Bridge rlub. Mra.
Walter Roberta, linatras'. OriKtnal Mon
day nndir club. Mm. Joih llarkfr.
hoaiaaa; Mlaa Allca Mackenzie, evening
pariv lor M1M Alberta Walter.
Tl"n8PAr-Ve1dlin of Mlaa Holn Nor
rls ant Mr. William Schopp; Rummy
Huh. Mra. W. A. fmltt hotsea; wad
ding of Mlaa Guldle Alplrn an1 Mr.
IHiUil Mir; Went Famam rlrole of
tha, vialtlnr Vii'we aaacx-latlon. pli'nlr
; Bt Klmwood park: Vr. II. O. Pnwrll j
dlnnrr for Mlaa Maunne innmm aim
Mr. K. Lvnne Kllsnra; Mr. and Mra. '.
Vincent. dlnnr; Mra. fharl Van Al
stlrm and Mrl Charlra H. Malllnaon.
hrldxe rartv t home of Mra. an Al-
AVKIlNEf-nAT-Mr. and Mra ",Vh
lters. dinner for Mlaa E)laatth J'lrk-
na and Mr. Krnnrth PaWenn: W .
: r'ub Mr. John ivmrvster. noalaa:
Sardon club meeting at the horn of
Mr H H. Whltm"r; Mra. 1nnle Nash.
' children s party; Circle Franralac at
th Kcntenel'e. .... . ,
Tit r8DAY-W adding of Miss "'
Lyon and Mr. FMwoo I Prat; ":
rooking Hub. Mrs. CharlesKountS".
' hnate.e: Mra. R A. rvt enter Jalny for
Mlas Lehnhoff and Mum Henrietta
rntOAT Formal opening of h fv"
- rU Country lub; Orerhe Bridge
nrv at Fontenelle.
katPKDAY Form' opanln "
Muntrv Happy Hollow and Omnba
" Field c'.ub.
Tha formal opening of tha Country club
and tha brides with tha aifi given in
Ihrlr honor, la all society has to consider
for tha coming week.
Tha eluh members sr to have a fY
and buar time of It Baturdey night.
With alt hrr clubs opening tha same
nerlng tha members, who belong t
all. ara a little perplexed and some en
joying a li'tle tussle with tha mrmhora
of thlr famllla" ' h,r 'ntmu
filw.di ai to which to natronlxa. o
many hava dld'd to ba praent for a
wlilli at aarh.
The IU( for reaarvatlona for tha Coun
try lub bpanlnit la rrowln dally. IJ
. alda the two ara dlnnar partlaa to ba
lv.n by Mm Ban OaUaaher and Mr
and Mra. Howard PaldrlB. rervatlona
havo bern inada by Mr. and Mra. Harry
Poorly for fourtaan fimaU: Mr. and Mra.
Harry C'lmiina. ai: Mr. and Mri. Jama
' Ixva Taxtoij, -lht: Mr. and Mra. Danlrl
' Baum. 'jr.. aUht: Mr. and Mra. A. T.
Ir. tn; Mr. and Mra. Moahlor Col
pcLrr, alx: Mr. T- W. Hart of Oounrll
!?luf.'. tan: Mr. and Mra. Qeonra H.
hlly. tan; Mr. and Mra. Oforga in-ln.
alx; Mr -Ufred Bh. fo'ir; Mr. and
Mra. J fc. atotit. 'tan: Mra. Herman
Kcrtintta. U; Mr. and Mra. M. C. Peter.
talvt; Mr r.arl Oannatt, twelve.
Tlia mrmbera cf tha Tueaday Kvanlng
Erido clui and their huabanda wUl dine
toarther at one table.
.' Happy Hollow elub haa aant out n
' ticca of tha formal dub opening neat
('Saturday, when there will ba a tabla
. d bote dinner and dance, the dinner
aerved at T o'clock, and reaervaUona to
X be made not Utrr than Tueeday. May .
( with the notice of the openlna ra re
V rlvrd alao annoiinnementa ef a apeclal
mualcal program on the evening of .Tuea
day. June IS, following the regular aeml
weelely table d hota dinner. Mlaa Haaol
t sit -tor " ai,t.rana: " Mr.- Bdwln - Clarke,
' 'RUwt. and Mra. Walter Sliver, planiet,
'' vni o-iv tha Bvoaram. " .
The Boymour Lahe club will l.old the
formal opening Friday evrnlng. while
the Certrr Iake club la to have two
opening dlnnnr-dancia, the flrt one on
Raturdav avrnln. which la to be conald
red opening day, but the formal opening
will take place Monday, May 1. when
thera will be given a program of water
On Tait far Commencements.
Mra. a. W. Mcgbth paa gene eaat for
tie graduation of her daughter. Mary,
from the euhool at Bralrcliff Manor. They
ara avnar-tad home abrtut June 4.
Mra. f'harlaa flffutt laavaa Monday for
New Tork, where the will atUnd the
K-raduatlon exerclaea at Mlaa Bponoe
nkwl Thursday. After thU. Mra. Offutt
and her daughter, Virginia, will go to
Fhllade Iphla, the latur ta a nouee pan
at th home ef Mr. and Mrs. J. EL Ileum.
and Mra. Offutt to vUH CapUln and Mra
Charlaa C. Allen, who are a tit toned In
Philadelphia. Later Mra. Offut and Mlaa
Virdnla will arc to Annapolia (or June
wetk aad then to New Haven for com
mencement week and, tha Yala prom.
1. of ore returning Mra. Offutt wilt vialt
' Mra. Mary Sherwood - Lamhartaoa at
routhport. Conn. .
Omah Eatertaini Yititort.
Mra. Clyde Edmundaon and ehtldrea
of Oaleeburw arrtved Wadneaday to
aprnd a month with Mr. and Mra O, T
Mr. II. II. Johnaon ef Jameavllle. Wla.
nrrl today to vl.lt ter aon. Mr. V.
T. Johnaon. and Mra Johnaon.
Mra. 1. C Lvona of Loa Angelee nr-
live Friday te vialt hrr elater, Mra. W.
II. Pindell. and Mr. flndell.
Mr. and Mri. Carl Btaln and aon of
; Uncolu are the guaeta of Mr. and Mra.
i W. M'. Johnaton.
I Mra L. B. Hall of Denver la the gueet
1 of her eUter. Mra. O. W. Wtckeraham.
Mlaa Alberta Walter of Clilcago ar
rived Thuraday to vialt Mlaa Adah Klopp.
' Mlaa Walter and Mlaa Klopp were frlenda
air Jilh MrKrll of Chllllcothe, O.
' la th gat of her alaler, Mr. Maward
O hnlt. and niece. Mr. Henry W. Pler-
Mia HeUn Daum, who ba been In
: AUantlo City tor aoro time paat, la bow
. here with her iter. Mr. J. W. Ray
1 hold, for th ummer.
i Mr. Roger Keherily of Cbteaga. a former
' Yale men and roomronUi of Mr. Elmer
n.dlck at cvllece, ia atopplng at tha
jJtae lUrnet RobhU a. a graduate of th
U'idetiwted College '.it Mucto of Ht. Ixula,
la tatting her autar, Mra. J. W. Robert
.li. Several ao.'ia.1 function will be
ivea for bar-
Mr. Clinton Gray at Columbue, Nvb,
arrived Thureday and will he a gVfiJt at
. the home of Judge and Mr. J. J. Sullivan
' tor a week.
Future Social Eyenti.
Mra. C. Vincent will entertain at dinner
Tueaday evening ta ponor of Mr. and
Mr. R. C. Jordaa. who are leaving eoo.
to reatd In California.
Mr. and Mra. H. M. Bamatt will en
wrtaln niday evening at Lake Maaawa,
whn member of the fipanlah R1U circle
ill be the honor guana.
M Alu-e MacKaoda enUrtaina In
' formally at her hoata Motiday eveniiuf
for Mlaa Albert WalU-r of Chlceo.
' cf Mlaa Adah Klpj'p.
Tbe a ond merling of tlte t'in 1
Krwl, ra.vily orsaniaed here by
Mine. 'Joliifoid r-inltb, will te h I'l
HER ENGAGEMENT TO WED JUST
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Wedneaday at th Fontenello et
Mra. Charle II. Van Alatlne and Mra.
Charle H. Malllaon will give a large
bridge luncheon Tueaday afternoon at
the home of Mr. Van Alatlne. TweJv
tablea of playera will be entcrt ilncd.
One of the aortal event of th com
ing week will be the annual Creche
bridge Party Friday afternoon at the
ontenolla. Everybody . goe to thla
harlty affair, which I alwny well
planned and carried out The prliea
donated thla year are particularly at
Mr. John T. tiuwart and Mr. Wild-
man of Council Illuff have laaued card
for a dance on Thureday, June 3, In honor
of Mia Marie Rtewart and Mr. Donald
McFerren at "The Uablee." It I to be
lawn dance, a dnnclng platform to be
erected for It under tha tree, and many
Omaha young people art Included among
Mil Mildred Street entertained the
fortnightly mwellng of the "Nothing H De
dal" club Friday evening. Th member
preaont were; '
Joeaphlne HarrlngtonMartha Leavltt,
orothy Twiford. Kay Kmory,
:ilxabeth Wellman. Kutherlne Hodgba.
Marnuertie Hiloy. Vera Maxwell,
l lorry Mogge.
Vincent I We.
Thursday afternoon Mr. Joaeph McKell
of Chtllicotli waa tha gucat of honor at
a bridge party, of two tablea given by
Mra laaao Congdon. Tha other gue
wera: . . : ,
C. W. Martin.
Ioward II. Smith.
Georpe K. Iarker,
It u. joriit.n.
Mr. Herman Kountao gave a luncheon
at her homo Thuraday In honor of Mia
lanacotn and Ml Franco of New York.
Cover were laid fori
John I. Kennedy, O, M. llltct-eock.
John C. Onwtn.
K. II. I'avl,
B. r. FeiMC
J. J. llrown.
Yiiiton Leare for Home.
Mra. Schuyler C rummer and her daugh
ter. MJa UlUa Crummer. who hava been
th gueat of Mr. B. F. Crummer for
two weak, .will return Tuedy to Kanaa
Mr. Albert Brown and hie nephew, Mr.
Albert Fletcher, who hav been visiting
Mr. and Mr. .WlUon Low for a week,
left Saturday evening for Boston.
Mtu Hanicom and Mia Frano. who
WINNER OF THE HIGH JUMP AT
EROWNEIX HALL. .
Vai un ii VX
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POPULAR GIRL WHO WAS BRIDE
OF THE WEEK.
have been th gueata of Mr. and Mr.
John Lk Kennody for two week, leave
Monday for a trip to California, return
ing to Nw Tork by way of Canada.
Excelsior Spring Newi.
Mr. Thoma Uentleman and Mr.
Robert Gentleman are. at Excelalor
Mr. and Mr. Will Burn ahlpped their
car home from Excelalor Spring on ao-
oount of the bad road and returned by
Recent arrival from Omaha at th
Elm hotej In Excelalor Spring are.
Mr. and Mr. M. CI. Colpetier.
Tan H, Butler. John W. Madden,
J. H. lUhm. J. A. ("avera.
C. H. Fulton. J. L. l-axton.
Mr. Frank Barrett.
Entertain! at a Kensington..
Mra T. O. Cox entertained the mem
bera of th Kenalngtoa club of Veata
chapter of tha Eaatern Ctar at bar noma
In Fort Omaha Thuraday. Mualo aad rod
tatlon by Ml Henrietta FohlU and
dancing by little Mlaa Cecelia Hauiflalra
were enjoyed In the afternoon. About
eventy gueata were entertained. Aelw
Ing the hots were:
. Ollcnrlet. J. W. Wataon.
M. Oarrtaon, M. T. Oregg.
Will McDonald. N. H. Conant.
Mary Wearne. A. A. Foa tor,
C. L. MUghary,
Mlaa M. Kendrtok.
Newi of the Wayfarers.
Mra John C. French ha gone east
to visit her daughter, Mr. Oliver Car
penter, In Brooklyn, N. T.. and an route
topped In Louisville, Ky., to pend a few
day with her on and hi wit. Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert French.
Mrs. Helen Abbott of New Tork ar
rived Thuraday evening on her way eaat
from California and remained over until
last evening, tha (vest of Mra J. M.
Mr. Margaret Pratt Olsaen. recently
arrived In Nw York from Bweden, u
visiting her niece In California befora
romlng to Omaha to visit her nephew,
Mr. Wgyland Mage, and Mra. Magaa
at 'Summer Hill farm.
Mr. and Mra C N. Diet are vtalUnT
at Estes Park, Colo., th grueat of Mr.
Enoe MlUs. Tby wUl go through tha
Orand canyon and visit California be
fore returning horn.
Visiting Nurses Entertained.
A large number of member of too vari
ous auxllarle of the visiting Nuraesr
sodatlon war entertained Friday af
ternoon at th bom of Mr. Robert
Doherty. At thla meeting- a large bos of
clothing for the relief of tha refugee waa
tilled. Arch Deacon Melee apoko of the
train paaalng dally through Lavuaanne,
gwltserland. crowded with drstltuta
refuge a. some of th children wrapped
only In aewapapera All of the clothing
ill be sect to the horn of Mr. W. R.
Adam. S3M Burt tret. not latr than
next Saturday. Mra Adams request
that any one who la Interested In thla
work will kindly send their help to her
horn aa soon aa poaibl.
Boyd Theater Party.
Mia Edna Jacob entertained at a
theater party at th Boyd Thursday,
when those present were:
Lotta burdlck. Edna Jacobs.
Anna David. Ida Bemered.
Charlotte Sper, iJolIy mlth.
lUleo tirlehoii. Anna, tirtenois.
Luncheon and Theater Party.
Th Mlaaea Marguerite and Ethel Pratt
enurtajned for their elater, Mra A. H.
Ellsworth of Mitchell. 8. D at a lunch
eon Saturday at the Hotel Loyal, fol
lowed by a Boyd theater party, Thoee
A. H. l.ll.worth. r H Weeks.
J. H. Hutchison, W. R. Pratt.
Fmma laiaworth, Marurtte Pratt.
Otrtrude tllsworth. Helen W'eaks.
O-Atka Club Meets.
The O-Atka club waa entertained
Thureday at tha bom of Mlaa Mary
Hayes. A miniature Maypole was th
centerpiece for the luncheon table. Tbe
Matf I ChlUon.
Return from Washington.
Mr. I'liailes I.. iSaundcrs ha returned
,r A. ,
3 1 L-..,.
ST. LOUIS GIRL HERE GUEST OF
from Waahlngton, D. C, accompanied by
hi mother, Mr. Alvln Baundera, who
ha been In Wahlngton, with her daugh
ter, Mra Rusted Harriaon, for om
week. Mr. Baundera Is stopping with
Mr. and Mr. Milton Barlow until th
weathe permit of opening her summer
home on Wait Dodge treet. Mr. Har
rison la at preaent at Norfolk, Va.. vis
iting her daughter, Mr. Harry William,
but may coma to Omaha later In th
To Attend Family Reunion.
Mr. and Mr. E. J. Corniih of w
Tork arrived today to be the gueata of
Mr. J. M. Metcalf. They are on their
way to California and th last week In
June they plan' to be In Portland. Or.,
for a family reunion at th homo of Mr.
Cornish' lter, Mr. Hertech. Mra
Metcalf and Judge Corniih and hi fam
ily of Llnooln will be there to complete
the family gathering, after which Mr.
and Mra. Cornish return to San Fran
cisco to take boat for New Tork by
wai of the Panama canal.
At Seymour Lake Club.
Tha first membership dinner of the
season will be held at the club on Tuea
day evening. Among those who .will
respond to toasts are Messrs. J. B, White,
George Francis, George Macdonald. It.
M. Lord, H. C. Forater, X Dean Ringer,
W. B, Cheek and 9. E Bedner. Special
mnslo ha been arranged for th evening
and Vloa President T. L. Comb will pre
On of tha moat anjoyajsl pro eason
erervis at th club waa that of aa outing
day given ? tn ladl of the house com
mlttaa pastarday, afternoon. There was
golf with prises for th man, and put
ting eontaata and bridge and whist gatnea
for tha ladlea On hundred and aev
enty-flv reservations wer mad for th
cabaret dinner at o'clock, and th oven
Ing wu devoted to dancing. The room
were prettily decorated with wild flow
ers. Mr. E. A. Rose. Mrs. T. L. Combs,
Mrs. John Douglas, Mra H. M. Ander
son, Mra. C B. Parson. Mrs. Ortn Mr
riU wer In charge of arrangement.
Seymour Lake Country club will be
formally opened on Friday evening with
a splendid dinner-dance. Among those
who are cnturtalnlng are: Dr. and Mra
William Berry, who will have six guests
Henry Nypaard, four: James Corr, fours
C. H. Marling, fourtaan; L. Howard,
fourj Allen If. Dudley, four; E Bucking.
ham, ten, d C. Bhrnw, two: H. O,
Attend Tale Banquet.
Mr. Wlllard IX Hoeford and Mr. John
T. Stewart, Id, went to Kanaa City
Thuraday evening to attend th Tsl
banquet at th Baltimore hotel Friday
ovonlng They wer joined by Mr. John
Madden, who wont down from Excelsior
Springs. Mr. Stewart and Mr. Hosford
return homo today and r. Madden will
ba homo Monday.
Mia Nalll Fay entertained In honor
of her thirteenth birthday at her home.
Friday evening. Those preaent were:
L.uiu Mo win.
Harold M evens,
Mra C IL Aull antertalned informally
at dinner Friday evening for Mr. and
Mra. A. K. Gault aad for Mr. aad Mra
F. R. Straight
Aden Family Reunion.
The sixth reunion of tha Aden family
wlU be held at the horn of Mra. M. IL
Sturgeon today. Thla Is an annual event
In th family. Automobile will TJo pro
vided for tha gueata to view tha beauti
ful park and residence of Omaha. Mra
William Kaufroaan of Columbus, Kea
daughter of Mrs. Bturgaoa, will assist.
Those attending are!
Messrs and Meadamea
. H. Aden, Ureeham:
University Place: Louts Aden.
John Aden, Rising City;
University rcaoe; V. Dev.
H. A. Aden, Ore ham:
Mum Tspka AOen of university nao.
Th marrlag of Miss Fannlo Knaetar,
daughter of Mr. and Mra Louis Kneeter,
to Mr. Harry Roaltsky of Bt. Joseph will
be celebrated thla siurnoon at tha horn
of th brid' parents. Th Rev. j. r.
Fleischer will officiate. There will b
Th brid will wear whit marqutsatta
crepe ever princes lac with labrata
trimming of seed pearls. 6ha will carry
shower bouquet of UUea of th valley.
Her go-away suit will be of buuk chif
Following a western trip, th young
people wUl be at home at SQS North
Eighteenth etreet after July L
Th wedding of MUs Murrel Boyer,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. w. C. Boyer
of Council Bluffs, to Mr. John Vitamva
will take place Wedneaday, June 1
Thurtda nlrht of last erk the Onion
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elub nave a nilw-lleneou shower at lha
homo of Mr. and Mra. F. A. Kennody
for Mi Boyer Thoao preaent were:
Mr and Mrs. James P. ln-rmody snd
daughter Minnie, Mr. and Mm. Itert Cox
and iln.y.-htPM Inlet and Gra'e. and son
Hubert: Mr. and Mm. Georre W. KIrod,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hover snd oatiKlitei
Mnrrel, Mr. Oeorac W. Sancha and mm
Georga. Jr.: Mr. John Vitamva. ttola.
Marcaret and Allen Kennedy.
Announi mi nt ia nialn of the aiipruai'h
InK mr,..,'p of Mya Margaret Falilion
,of NorUi llentl and Mr. Ray i'ounley of
'Omaha, tha reremnny ti take plare June
15. Mlea I'alllion la a graduate of Mount
t. Mary's academy and la an ac
complished mtiaklan and teacher.
The wedding of Mlaa Irene B atrl'c
O'Nell an1 Mr. LeRoy MarMonaKle will
be relebrnted Tueaday morning Juno l.
at Kacred Heart church. The ceremony
will be performed by Rev. Father Judce
I In the tireaence of a few frlenda. Mlse
j Myrtle Sroufe will lie the maid of honor
. and Mr. Thomas perran heat man. The
J wedding will he followed by a weddlne;
i hreakfast at the home of the bride's
father. J. K. OKell. After a ahort wed
ding trip the young couple will reside in
The wvddlng of Mis Maurlnc Lehn-
off and Mr. Evert Lynne. Kllgore will
be celebrated Wednesday evening, Jun
at the North Side Christian church at
o'clock, p. m.
Mlas Helen Davis of Newton. Ia., will
be the maid of honor, and tho brides
maids wilt be Miss Gayle Thompson and
Mlaa Mad. line Meti. Miss Janet Lehn
hoff and Mm Frances Miller of Newton,
cousins of the bride, will be tho
flower girls, and Misses Louise Thomp
son. Virginia Powell and Audrey and Iris
Kllgore. th latter niece of th groom.
will stretch th ribbons.
The groom will be atttended by Mr.
Earl Josselm of Cheyenne aa best man.
The ushers will he Messrs. Alvln Forrey
and Mr. Carl Cain.
Mlaa JoMptune Craig, Mr. charle Cook
and Misa Jessie Cady will hav charge
of th music
Miss Kuth Hunslnker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hunslnker. and Mr.
Maurlc B. Ortffin were married In St.
Phllomena'a church, Tuesday.
Th brid waa gowned In whit crepe
meteor, mad with court train and
trimmed with seed pearl and duchess
laoe. Her veil was worn In the Juliet
cap style and hung to tho end of her
train and he carried a shower bouquet
of bride's rosea and lllllea of the valley.
Her maid of honor, Miss Marlon McCaf
frey, wore a frock of pink Georgette
crepe, with overdress of white plaited
tulle and bat to match. She carried an
armful of pink sweet pea.
Th bridesmaid. Miss Esther Zang,
cousin of the bride, and Mis May Grif
fin, sister of the groom, wer gowned
alike, In pink taffeta, with hats to natch.
We Serve a 75c Table
d'Hote Dinner Every
As this dinner is, ef course, for
th public we would Ilk every
person interested to submit a
sampl menu of a 7 to dinner they
personally would like, and the
menu chosen from those sub
mitted will b served the follow
It should be borne In mind that
tho dinner will b served for 7So
per person and cost will b on
of th deciding factor,
Th prise will be a -
$6 Book of Meal Tickets
and on will he awarded each
week to tho person whoa menu
Menua received un to midnight
Thursday each week will be
counted in the contest for the
following Sunday dinner.
will be considered,
in tne next
The name of the winner will b
published each Sunday with th
menu to b served that day.
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They carried sweet peas. Little Miss
Esther Jsne Hanlon carried the ring In
a basket of flowers.
The groom was attended by Mr. Ceorge
Roache. The ushers were Meaara. John
Fitxpatrlrk and George Me-Shane.
The church was beautifully decorated
with pink and white bloaooms, and white
satin bows marked the pews.
After the wedding ceremony breakfast
was served to the wedding party and
relatives In the breakfart room at the
Th young couple lejt for th east that
evening, to be gone until Jun 1. The
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Our large stock offers an
almost endleas variety of
suitable and appropriate
gifts for the June bride,
n stPTime dilver.
Sterling Flat Ware
and many other distinctive
and useful articles.
Come in tomorrow and let
us aid you in making your
ISA SOU LAS OeAA
at First Cost
You Pay No Middle
W still have a lot of high
class traveling- goods . that we
bought before we started to make
our own, and will sell them at
cost to closs them out. We make
a very fine line of wardrobe
trunks ourselves, whlrh we sell
direct to you. Our $45.00 ward
robe trunks are equal to any
f 65.00 trunks on the market. You
save 120.00 by coming here.
Every Cornish trunk guaranteed.
Alfred Cornish & Co.
IgaanfaettLrsra of alamesr,
ale and Traveling Croode.
1S10 rsmam Street. Omaha.
is invigorating and
healthful for almost
everyone. You may
be very sure of se
curing the highest
grade coffee obtain
able when your
It's a rare blend of
Try a pound today.
wilt terv a special
DINNER ON SUNDAY
at 12 to 3 F. M. sfgtoyf. Jt
AT $1.00 PER PLATE
7Me May Be Reserved
u ior ona-nair tha
rssular taxi faj-. Quick Bervlc
la what bullda our buslneaa.
Try ua once. Vou'll be a bnoeter
too. Uniform States i Court eo as
OMAKA MOTOB BUI UIT
WWiast Shade Factory
Ws,n(sc'.ursrs ssd Cleaner
' J Fsrnani Doug. !22l
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