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Till: J1EK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, .H'LY 24, 1015.
Friday, July 23, 1915.
FEMININE frills and fancies are always of deep Interest to society
maids and matrons and doubly o when It comes to the finery In
cident upon the selection of a trousseau.
A friend who had a peep at the trousseau of Miss Catherine
Barker, who Is to be married on July 31 to' Howard H. Spauldlng, Jr., of
Chicago, has described It as the most complete and beautiful possessed by
any bride in years. Not only the wedding gown Itself, which Is of softest
whits satin and misty tulle and s Iver lace, but the gowns of the brides
maids and of the little flower girl, Mary Barnes, the small daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson I Barnes, are of exquisite materials and workmanship
and In the latest mode.
The wedding gown Is to have a touch of novelty In the lilnlng of the
train which is of flesh-colored chiffon over white satin.
The bride will wear a wreath of orange blossoms bound about the
veil of tulle and caught at the back with a bow of silver lace and her
only Jewels will be a string of pearls and a diamond bracelet, the Sifts of
The little flower girl Is to wear a dainty, airy costume of flesh-colored
tulle, and she will carry a basket or pink roses. The little sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Barnes. John and Nelson, Jr., are to wear costumes of white satin,
made In Lord Fauntleroy fashion, and tbey will carry the bride's train.
Miss Barker has presented her wedding attendants with the costumes
they are to wear. Her maid of honor, Miss Elizabeth Goodrich, Is to wear
a costume of green taffeta, with mauve girdle and a mauve tulle hat, and
the gowns of the other attendants, made from the same model, are also
of tulle In salmon pink over taffeta. The bodices are to have silver trim
mings, and the hats are wlde-brlmroed and transparent, made of tulle and
trimmed with allver flowers.
At Seymour Lake Club.
Mrs. E. A. lion waa hostess at a
luncheon Monday, when ah had the fol
&Irie Cooper. Mary Nal,
Fort Medlson. Ia-i Uuthrle. Okla.1
Jsnnte Leonard. Addle lUrtnmn,
ljoulsvtlle. Ky.; fcunlre Kiieor.
Jon Hart man, Lucille Nltarhe.
A L. Lott, Oisrles Urnnt,
Detroit Mich. Frank Hobert,
Oecrge Bwlngley. B. A. Hose.
Mr, J. M.' Tanner gave a very prettily
appoint luncheon yesterday. - The
afternoon waa devoted to bridge. The
groats included: ....-.
. J. . McAllister,
K. M. H-s:maii,
J. J. FHagerald.
W. B. Haselrr.lre.-
J. M. H-an,
J. W. McF:lroy,
JT. M. Tanner, '
Miss OCnnnell. 1,.-...
Cra. John Uouglaa had a guests
Wssdarnes- ' Mlni'i--A.
J. Urn, Samuel l.lwk.
Mlas Mary Ann Ollrk. rwnia-.
Masters Lewta Oreen and LHinald Doug-
Mlss 1Iael Pes" entertained fifteen
truest a bridge-luncheon yeaterday, com
plimentary to M Nellie Klgutter.
Mrs. A. ft MWlam entertainer at lunch
lIwTlUrTeugh. I. HturgeM.
bnicago; C. . I. Vollmer.
Clayton Mldlam. Arthur Hanaa.
A small luncheon party Thuraday was
composed of Mrs. J. B. Bednar. Mrs. C.
W. Boars and Mrs. A. J. Randall. ,,.
At ktppy Hollow Clut.
Senator and Mrs. Norrla Brown enter
tained at dinner laat evening at the
Happy Hollow club In honor of the Hon2
crablo Rush Lake Of Kanaas City, a
schoolmate of Senator Brown's. Thoee
Invited to meet the . honor gucsts were:
Judge and Mrs.' Bater and Mlas A. I
Mr. and Mra John R. Webater will en-
t.rtain a family Party this evening at
dinner at the Happy Hollow club. Covers
wllbbe placed tor five.
Mra. Mary Van Oleaon waa hostess to
day at luncheon at the Happy Hollow
club. A large basket of KtUarney roses
eras used aa the table centerpiece and
the luncheon was followed by bridge
Twenty guesta were entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving F. Baster will
have four gueata at dinner Saturday even
ing at the Happy Hollow club, and vr,
2. ration, eight
Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Ramsey wUl en
tertain at dinner thla evening at the
Slappy Hollow club. A Urge baaket of
a west peaa will decorate the table and
ever will be placed fori
Mrs. Arthur Draper ftmlta
At the Field Club.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Kholes and Mr. W.
R. Bruce will have gueata at dinner Bat
Wday evening at the Field club.
mth the Visitor,.
Mr. and Mrs, Herbert French of Louis
vllle, Ky., arrhed yeaterday and will
t gJeata at tbe home of Mra. J. C
SVench this week. , Mr. TYanrJi will be
here a week, but Mrs. French plana to
remain longer Uiyng her parents, Mr.
and Mra. laaae E. Oorgdon.
Miae Catherine Smith of Chicago. III.,
la the gweat of Mr. and Mra. A. U. Currle.
rieasarei Fast "
A dinner waa given Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs. M. Andreewn In honor
Aire. Hure Dorta Bnetn, who leaves
next week for Pullman. Wash., to enter
the University of Washington. Mlas
Brlen wilt iix-clallze In agriculture.
era were laid for five.
A daughter waa horn Bunday morning
to Mr. and Mra. T'eter Klvad.
Mr. Reed Peters will return the flrat
of the week from New York City.
Mra. Harry Montgomery returna Bun-
day from a three weeks' vlflt In Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ueardaley and chil
dren motored to Lake OknboJI laat week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Blnger will return
thW week from two wecka spent at South
Mr. W. O. Perry returned laat week
from Jefferson Lake, Minn. The family
will return later.
The Miaare Marie and Kthelwyn Hodge
spent the week In Chicago.
Mr. , and Mra. Ueorge QUleaple and
rhfldren have returned from a month's
vlK.lt In Maplrton, la.
Mra. Frederick Drecl. who has been
quite 111 at the home of her son, Henry
llarte, la convalescing.
Mra. J. V. Hamilton, accompanied by
he; daughter, May Kllsabelh, and eon.
William, are sojourning In California.
Mra. K. Jesaen and Mls Ruby Jeaaen
left Thuraday evening for New York and
IViMnn. They will be gone one month.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Qreen and children.
accompanied by Mrs. Oreen's mother,
returned Monday from a trip by motor
Mrs. lleorge A. Wlieox Is spending the
summer at San Diego, Cal.. where he Is
guest at the home of Dr. P. B. Lelaen-
Meaars. Abe Davldaon, Ellla Levitt and
Marlon Rngleman of Dee Molnea are at
the Fonleuelle for a few days enroute
to Yellowstone National par, where they
w!ll attend two or three weeks.
Rev. H. A. Taylor and family of Genoa,
Neb., motored to. Omaha Tuesday, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. James Tre-
bllcock, parents of Mra. Taylor. The two
families will go to Valley next Monday
for two weeka' fishing at Froea lake. .
BUSINES3 MANAGES OF THE EIO
!...,. .... will mmmmm mamMmtmmtSt
theater party at the Brandels In their
honor. The matinee waa followed by
tea at the Fontenelle. when Mrs. D. J.
O'Brien waa the hoateas. Those prea
ent yesterday other than the honor
Katherlne W'oodwan Mary Woodward
W. Rhodea y. w, ciiarake,
D. J. U Brlen.
In and Ont of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. A. B. Jaqulth and daughter. Miss
Alice. Mrs. Clifford Weller and Master
Charles Weller are guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mattlaon, at Mad-
won, iscb. Mr. Weller and Mr. Arthur
Jaqulth will join thU party for the com
aiiss Amy Ollmore returned the flrat
of the week from Logan. la.
Mr. Randall Curtle left laat week for
Kansas en route to California, where
he will join his sister, Mlaa Houae.
re. u. u. Patterson and Miss KdUh
Patterson left Wednesday for Denver.
r. jr. . -straight has returned from
Chatauqua, New York. 14
Mlaa Zora Hhlelds la In New York City,
Mrs. J. A. Wlllard of Muskogee, Okla.,
is me guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. 1.
Halatead, and Mr. Halatead.
Miss Helen Reckard of Batavla, III
a me guest of her aunts, Mra. George
uuiespte and Mrs. F. B. Welty.
Santa Fe Man Much
Impressed With City
-.k nainam, traveling passenger agent
for the Santa Fe lines, arrived In Omaha,
returning from Albuquerque. Mr. BaAham
leaves thla evening for Dee Molnea
"I get to Omaha quite often," said Mr,
Jiainam, and am always Impressed by
the busy appearance of the place. No
city in which I have been shows more
activity than Omaha"
A large delegation of folk attending
the Baengerfoat visited police headquar
ters yeaterday and after being shown
through the building were witnesses to
the efficient work of Judge Brltt. '
Larg-e Sum to Be Cleared Abore All
Expenses Huge Attendance
Makes the Money. t
UEXT MEET AT KANSAS CITY
Kansas City will be the meeting
place of the next national saenger
fest. In July. 1817.
The present saengerfest has been
so successful that It will yield a
profit of about $4,000 over and
above all expenses.
These two important facts became
It will be the first time in all the
history of the saengerbund that Kan
sag City has succeeded in getting the
The financial success of the present fest
waa the occasion of much jubilation
among the directors and the local com
mittee. These men have worked untiringly
day and night for months and feel a
natural pride and elation at the successful
fruition of their efforts.
Attendance Make lor Saeeeee.
The musical succ.ss of the big affair
was assured at the two tremendous
Thursday concerts. Ita financial success
adds another victory to the successful
record of the local Qerman-Amerlcen
singers. For the saengerfeat held here
In 1910 waa also a financial as well aa a
musical success, clearing about (3.000
above all expense.
"The actual expense for our muato alone
was about $15,000 said Peter Laux, one
of the directors of the local association
and chairman of the muslo committee.
"Thla Includes payments to the orchestra
and soloists and rent of tbe Auditorium."
From this some Idea can be seeured of
the magnitude of the saengerfeat propo
Delighted with Omaha. .
Mr. Laux voiced the universal delight
of the alngera and visitors with their re
ception In Omaha. "They can't say
enough," he asserted, "about the hospital
ity of Omaha and their fine entertainment
here. They are delighted. The weather
has been so good. too. Five years ago
we had clear weather, but It waa awfully
hot. This year It has not been hot."
The time of visiting and good fellow
ship has been extended to Include Bunday
aa well as Saturday.
Thla morning there Is to be a big
parade. The afternoon and evening will
be devoted to a grand plonio at the Ger
man home and park, 4403 South Thirteenth,
Sunday there will be a special festival
and reunion at tho German home and
The Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
We know that many worthy chari
ties are calling for help, but none
can do aa much good with m little
money as furnishing the babies
with fresh milk and ice to keep it
cool in the hot weather.
Contributions from 10 cents to $5
are solicited and will be acknowl
edged in this column.
rrevionaly acknowledged ..
W. J. luwiU, Orleaas Web.
SL. M. Wlakelmaa.
Singers Drill for
Big Concert at tho
neheasal In the Auditorium started
early this morning again. First Director
Kelbe drilled the mass male chorus In
the songs to be rendered at this even
ing's concert. Then Director Reese took
the stand and drilled the chorus of the
Nebraska Raengerbund In the songs of
the afternoon. The soloists came on for
their final rehearsals. And through !t all
the orchestra worked.
Prof. Reese worked In his shirtsleeves
and mopped the perspiration from his
brow from time to time. When Henri
Scott came up he took off hie light coat
and appeared In the coolness of his tan
shirt, soft collar and green tie.
cott Is the personification of good
nature. He smiled upon the tnuslrlanst
he shook hands with Frof. Reese; he had
a copy of a noon newspaper In his hand,
and at times In the midst of his song ha
would read from it Singing seemed the
easiest thing In the world for the great
At the end of hi gong there was ap
plause from the few onlooker Mr. 8cot
made a mock bow.
As he left the platform he met Mmj
Marie Rappold-Berger. He shook hand)
with her and did a final bit of opersj
bouffe by kissing her hand with great
Then he came and sat In the Auditorium
and gathered about him a crowd of Greek
and Italian "newsies," who were selling
German newspapers at I cents each, and
almost producing a panto In newsboy
circles with this get-rlch-qulck scheme.
Mr. Scott showed them various wondera
that he had In hla pockets. Oh, a Jolly
dog Is Henri Scott.
Irene theas loie Back. Helps
Take six drops of Sloan's liniment
four times a day and apply to small of
back. It kills the pain. 25c. AU drug
IYi'i's in style J&r&S have it
U have it, it's in style
These Were the Instructions for Saturday:
"Sell Every Wash Dress in the House, Regardless of
Cost, Price or Profit-SELL THEM"
This Salt Offer You the Greatest Bargains of the
Entire Season on Garments You Need Right Now
Grouped in Four Big Bargain Lots
In the House,
Worth to $35.00,
Clioico of the House
Any Palm Beach
Ranging to $22.50,
$1.50 Lingerie Waists
Organdie and Voile,
'White or colored,
Palm Beach Skirts
Values to $5.00,
$2.50 Wash Skirts
AVhite or Tan,
$3.50 Silk Waist
Crepe de Chine, Georgette
Crepe, Tub Silk.
Choice of the House
Linen and Palm
and Full Length,
Values to 112.00,
White or Tan, (
Worth to $8.00,
Regular $8.00 Values,
' Eaiher Crair.pton
( Jiaiuinore. .
lr. and Mrs. Hohert Ollmore. aceom.
patiled ity their daughter, Mia Amy. will
leave tomorrow In th.rfr car for a week
at Colfnx Bnrnma. Frtxn there they will
go to California and the expositions and
return vl the Tanam. canal.
Mr an! Mrs. O. E. Eldrldge are chap
eroi.. Mist Mildred Ted and Mlsa Mar-
I'uiirruii 01 j'lausmoutn at Lake I
snuirefl Rhodes Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. IS. U. tJrmff and family at Lake
Miss Lucy llarte left Friday for Bran.
don. Manitoba, to spend a month with,
iter brother, Edwin Hart..
0a the Calendar. .
A musical will be given at the home of
Mrs. A. 8. reck. MM Dodge street. Tuee.
day afternoon, July R, at I p. m. . .
To Honor Houie Oueit
jure. 1. 1. uaisieaa entertained at a
Kensington thla afternoon In honor of
her mother, Mrs. Wlllard, of Oklahoma.
The rooms were decorated In yellow and
whit with quantities of daisies. !(-
teen guests were entertained,
Mrs. W. B. Woodward Is entertaining
a houae party of Vlllisca, la., friends
this week. The party Includes Mesdames:
W. B. Alger. II. II. Helnafurter. T. M.
Kelaey. T. li. Taylor, F. L. Robinson.
D. E. Lomas and T, P. Woodward. They
arrived Wednesday and will remain uci-
tll tomorrow evening. In their honor
a number of atfalrs have been given.
Mra H. O. Fredericks entertained on I
Wednesday evening at her home for
these out-of-town guests, and yester
day Mrs. w. U. woodward gave a
Be Comfortable in August
We have had a cool summer so far, but it ia always
hot iu August. If you want to avoid the worst
month in the year, and if ono of the offices we
now have vacant meets your needs, you will find
it the coolest place in town in which to work.
THE BEE BUILDING
Was built for comfort. Although tbe offices offered
are ery few indeed, there are none better In tbe build
!ng. If we bve not w hat you want, let us place you oa
our waiting list The rooms vacant at present are:
Room 222 Choice office aulte, north light, very desirable for
doctors or dentists; waiting; room and private
office; 630 square feet $15.00
Room G01 Nice cool office with vault, near elevator and
stairs; electric light free, 810 square feet 818.00
Jtoom CIO 920. Water; partitioned Into private office and
waiting room; bus large double east windows;
180 square feet f 318.50
API'LV TO UlIIJIXa fel -I'tntNTEXDENT, ROOM 103.
From Half Past Eight A. M. 'Till Nine o'Clock P. M.
A Constant Never Stopping Series of Sales Saturday
IN THE MORNING
Plates, etc., aold up to 60c, at
10 Cents Each.
TUB SHIRTS FOR GOOD
$5.00 Qualltlea for $ 3.08.
These are Bilk. .
. Madraa Soft, with laundered
$1.60 kinds at Otto
Hot weather shirts, 77c, were
70e for cool Night Shirts In
stead of 11.00.
cuffs,91.9 Instead of 1-$J.60.
IN THE EVENING
19 Cents for Pick Here.
Plates, Jardinieres, Flower
Holders, etc., sold before up to
Union Suits, sold at 76c, for
43 cents each. Knit and nain
sook. Odd lots of fl.OO grades, few
even were $1.60 ribbed, knit,
athletic, nainsook, Saturday,
A 75c Night Shirt for 60 crati.
Plate Wee ones, bigger ones.
All .imported. Marvelous values
TIES FOR MEN
Out with the small lotsl Wash
8c were 2 60
60c kind will go
8 for l.O0.
SATIN PAD GARTERS
10 CenU Each.
First Floor East Aisle.
AND YET AGAIN
Jugs, Plates, Platters, Trays,
You'll recognlie pieces which
sold at $1.76.
15c Voile 17c
35c Boquet Prints B5o
76c Novelties 83c
$1.00 Silk Embroideries at..69o
You will find some odd plecea
at very low prices.
WASH GOODS IN THE
Big table of Flaxons, Dimities,
Crepes, Voiles, etc, sold up to 25c,
take pick at 12 He.
A shady nook,
A pleasing book.
HAMMOCK. CAN YOU
$1.40 instead of $1.75
These are in
Saturdays many of our saleswomen don't
come to work till 10 a. m. Thi3 forces us to
schedule the very big sales for that hour.
While 10 is the starting hour, sales continue while
tbe goods last, or until we shut up shop at 9 o'clock.
IMPORTANT SII.K STOCKIMO BUY It has been
mighty bard to get the desirable things In Colored Boot
Bilk Hosiery, and now and again a certain color In a
certain site has been absent at roll call. For special
reasons a manufacturer had to free his looms for a very
Important undertaking. He whispered In our ear a price
for a oleanup of an especially good lot of Silk Stockings.
It didn't require more than a minute to cloae the deal.
We could peddle them out at a big profit, but that's not
our way. As we buy a bargain, so we sell a bargain
AU Cents the pair Saturday at 10 A. M., and the sales
women on hand to hand them out quickly.
GREAT SILK SALE
What Is Silk, and how Is It produced? The silk worm
and the mulberry tree on which it feeds are native to
China. This much our school children know. Brete
Hart was not the only Individual who spoke of the
Heathen Chinee as being peculiar. We are all disposed
to poke fun at "One Lung" and Wah Kee," and yet much
of what we have that is best this race has given us. For
Instance, Silk. What textile so strong, so elastic, so
Saturday we are going to give everybody a chance to
own at least one BUk lreaa at 10 A. M. we will sell
thousands of yards plain and fancy Taffetas, Foulards,
Crepes, Tub Silks, etc. the odd pieces, the short ends,
the left overs from a season's selling. Sold formerly at
$1.00, $1.26, $1.60, $2.00 yes, even up to $3.00 one
price, 09o Cents yard.
Ituyerg keepers No resume No exchanges. Priced
away down for an absolute clear-out.
AND STILL WE WEED OUT THE ODD
We pride ourselves on the character of our shoes.
Now, character, as applied to such inanimate things,
would seem to be a misnomer. There are makers, how
ever of high standing, whose very character seems to
enter their product. Such a maker Is "BAKKR." Makes
most of the shoes we sell, and that Is why we rarely lose
a customer. Once one, usually always! Each season we
clean out aU the odd pairs without regard to cost or color.
Saturday it's Low Shoes from the open stock two prices
91.05 and 92.05.
The 91.05 lot consists mainly of $4.00 shoes.
The 92.05 lot consists of $4, $5 and $6 shoes.
Saturday is always a Big Shoe day In this store.
This Saturday will be bigger. If you will not come In
the morning, you must take your chance of being well
AND NOW FELLOW CITIZENS 1
for that's the way we will be addressing the women
by and bye, we want Just four minutes of your time for
what follows (actual time needed to read carefully):
BUMMER PHESSE8 Tailored dresses, dresses ot
voile and dresses for all occasions, In the center of the
Rack 1 Dresses sold formerly up to $5.00 at 91.98 ech
Rack I Dresses sold formerly up to $7.50 at 93.98 each
Rack Dresses sold formerly up to $10.00 at 95.00 each
Rack 4 Dresses sold formerly up to $12.60 at 97.50 each
Rack 6 Dresses sold formerly to $22.60 at 910.00 each
PALM BEACH CHILDREN'S SECTION SILK SUITS DRAWER COMB IN A- SUMMER DRESSES
Practical the most useful ot Baby Coats, long and short. White Gabardine, Novelty TIONS For the 2 to 17 year classes
all the 115 Suits. whlte from blrth up t0 4 TW 'Cloth. Pongee, sold np to $50.00, Ju,t right foP ujM, days, when 1-10 f1-8 3-9a
Were $12.50, now 97.50 only on or two of ; numoer. but Saturday, Si9.QO. the least you have on. the greater All great values.
JVf? 15 00' now l0-00 all in all. quite a lot $4.00 to T tne conifort- J oeclals UTfm OT AS WAT?TS
Waist aale $12.00 they were, now one-halt LINGERIE 9e nd 98o each. mUU-Ula WAlbrS
OQC 98C, 91.20, 91-49 and 2.9 of that-,.oo to -.CO. J"l7Wdfc SUMMER SUITS USSfSii
ROMPERS, BEACH SUIT3 $12.50 SKIRTS OF RAMP- JBtf&Dr tiouTJS. St. tV.lt FINE LACE TRIMMED
AND DRESSES OER covers an just one-haif price. UTILITY DRESSES NIGHTGOWNS
for the kiddies, 3 to 6 years, sold Of Rampoer Chuddah, for $i.9S. Were $1.60 to $10.00-- The real thing Lawns and Sold before at $4.00 and $5 00
up to $1.00, at 59 cents. They are black and for women. Now 75 cents to 95.00. Dimities. $2.60 Dresses for 91.40. Saturday, 92.95 each. '
COBB'S HOT WKATIIER CANDIES! Yes, we oro selling heaps ASIC COBB about CATERING, ho knows and can sive first aid-Safety first de
mands the best in Icos and Ice Creams; here again is where Cobb comes in AND HE'S SO OBLIGING.
Come in the morning, come when you can, come in an auto or como in a van All items quoted, depend we shall sell, corno when you can, we will
wait on you well.
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