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Society Notes - -:- Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
WeSold MoreFineShoesThis Morning
Shoes for women are known
trom one end of this country to
the other, Mid they sell every
day tn the year for from $3.60 to
$6.00 In this sale you may buy
them for from S2.25 to 2.95. The
navlnga average, if anything,
more than the conservative es
timate we make at the top of
Slippers and Rubbers
All 3.60 to $6 Fancy Drews
$1.60 House Slippers, at, a
-Vnin'i Ftnt Quality Storm Bab
her all atre, pair SO"
C the pyiiLM
than ever before in our history. There is itill ample opportunity
for those who failed to share today the lot is large. The entire
$14,000 Stock of The Byrne Shoe Co.
of Lincoln, Nebraska
. jnOt C.lIT FROM 8. ROSE'BERO OF BOSTON.)
and there are shooa here for every occasion for Sprinp and Rum
mer, Dress and Street wear, High Shoes and Low Shoes, in many
different leathers and lasts. ' '
The fact that they are "Queen Quality" and "Bostonlan" guarantees their
goodness. "Queen Quality" Shoes are known from one end of the country
to the other, and the woman who wears them counts herself fashionably
shod. "Host on Ian s" have style-plus and comfort and wearing qualities that
will appeal to every man.
THIS IS THE GREATEST SHOE SALE THIS
YEAR STOCK UP FOR SPRING AND SUMMER
Shoes for men have equal
ly as good a reputation as
the "QUEEN QUALITY"
Shoes, and any man who has
the Blisrhtest reason for ad
ding to his stock, of Foot
wear simply cannot afford
to miss this chance to save.
Misses' and Children's Shoes
Misses' and Children's $2 and
12.60 Shoes $1.50
Misses' and Children's $2
Infants' $1.50 Shoes at, the
"BOSTONiAN" SHOES FOR MEN
MEN'S $3.60 TO $6.00 SHOES AT . 82 85
MEN'S $3.50 AND $5J)0 OXFORDS AT.. $2 25
MEN'8 $2.00 HOU8E ' SLIPPERS AT $1 25
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' $2.50 AND $3.50 FOOTWEAR AT $1.95
LITTLE MEN'S $2.50 TO S3.00 8HOES AT $1.50
WOMRV'fl. MIFH- ASTt r-HILKRE' AND BOY' AMOKS IN THE MAIN FLOOR SHOE STOKE, .NEW HI II.DINO, AND AI L THE MEN'S SHOES IN THE MEN'S
MHUK KTOKK, MEN'S MIOI", MAIN FLOOR, OLD STOHK. .. , . '
'QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES for WOMEN
WOMEN'S $5.00 AND $6.00 SHOES AT $2.05
WOMEN'S $3.50 AND $4.00 SHOES AT..... $2.25
WOMEN'S $4-00 AND $5.00 PUMPS AT $2.65
WOMEN'S $3.00 AND $3.50 PUMPS AT , $1.08
$1.60 WHITE AND COLORED GAITERS, A PAIR GOc
Linen Store Underprice Offerings
That Every Gaud Hoisewift Should Share
JUST PLEASE consider the fact that Linens in Eastern
markets today are higher than they have been for years, and
you will best appreciate the wonderful offerings we are raak
inff for Tuesday.
bo Toweu, oc.
One case of full bleached huck
towels, hemmed ends, with fancy
borders. (Limit 1 doren.) n
Each ... OC
' lOo Napkins, VsC
Hemmed ready for use. Full
bleached, mercerised napkins;
all very pretty patterns. Site
20x20 Inches. Special, 7l A
All-Linen Damasks, 98c.
All Unen, full bleached table
damask, in a range of . QO
very pretty patterns. YardOC
$2J50 Spreads, $1.03.
These are the patent Cameo
finish, MjM-selllea quilts, with
scalloped ends-ajid cut corners;
large size and all very pretty
pattern. Monday, f Q Q
each ,! IO
Sheetings. Domestics, Etc.
LOOK AT Til S LITTLE FKK'ES.
Can you afford to let a, good opportunity like this go by?
49.fnch Extra VVslgl.t Un,
bleached Muslin, heavy, round'
thread Quality. Off the
bolt, yard ....
Bleached Sheeting, the gen
uine "Sterling Brand." Extra
fins quality, free from dressing.
Our regular 26c grade. OO
Tuesday, yard ... faUC
Over the Shoe Top Skirts
Make, New Hosiery Needs
Women's Fiber Silk Boot Hos
lery, black, white and col
ora. . Special, pair.
Women's Fine Cotton Hosiery,
heavy and light weight, double
heels, toes and soles. The
Pftlr' .'. I.
Children's Fine Cotton) Hosiery,
fine and, heavy ribbed; double
Men Fine' Cotton and Lisle
Socks, all colors; worth to ir
25c. Special Tuesday, pair IOC
Women'! Fine Cotton Summer
Weight Union Suits, lace trimmed,
tight knee styles; regular and
extra slses; 86o values. rj C' '
Women's Gauze Vests.
less; all sixes; regular
lOo quality. Special...
Handkerchiefs at 3&c Each
If the Dress Form Is Right
The Dress Will Be Right
GET.T1IE RIGHT kind of a drefm form
before you go ahead with your Spring and
Summer wardrobe making.
Black Jersey Covered Bust Forms, ACkf
sixes 32 to 42; regular $1.60 values, eachxC
Acme Adjustable Dress Forms, the best forms
made. Each form can be adjusted at neck, bust,
waist and hips, also to any height; perfectly pro
portioned. Regular $7.9$ forms, on fio QO
ale Tuesday tor only J)Oe0
One Big Lot of Slightly Soiled and Damaged
Dress Forms, some are adjustable. Worth to
$5.00. On aale to close out for 50o S? 1 flfs
You would almost pay thnt for a square of coarse material
' cut "frond yardage. These are at the lowest prices we' have
Been in some time. ' ' . ...
Men's, Women's and 'Children'! Fine Cotton -Handkerchiefs, plain
and fancy embroidered and lace trimmed; slightly lmper- Ol
feet. Some worth to 10a. SpeclaI. 3 for 10o or, each ..5 2C
Wall Papers;Worth While
Oatmeal Grass Cloth, blends
and high light effects, very suit-'
able for living rooms, halls and
reception rooms. All new season
able goods, worth to 85c. on
Special, roll diC
New White Blank Papers, can
be used for most any room, with
9 and 18-lnch borders to match;
worth to 10c. Special
Laces at Little Prices
All-Silk Radium Allover Laces, 36 inches wide, new
novelty for'fauey blouses and party dresses; separate
and trimmings. Fifty styles to select from, in black
cream and ochre ; worth, $2.00. Sale price, the
yard .... ;
36 Inch Fine Shadow Allovers, cream and whlte
36-Inch Gold and Silver Embroidered Neta
18 and 27 Inch Net Top Flouncing, white and cream.
18 to 36-Inch Shadow Flouncinga
40-Inch Silk Dress Nets, black and white
40 Inch All Silk Chiffon, black, white and colors
4 to 6 Inch Gold and Silver Lace Edges, embroidered on silk mallne
, and novelty neta
Worth to $1.00, at 59c
Sewing Needs and Notions
That Are Indispensable
Betsy Ito&s Crochet Cotton, per ball ....
For Only 1.00 Now
and 10 cents a day for a limited period
you can get the immediate vise of the most variedly
useful and valuable thing your money can buy, the
. Encyclopaedia Britanhica
T. M. C. rwta! nn. all num.
tor. In wh(i nl rior. p- OCi
rl.l. thr. ISr hmim far fmJt
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par la I. q
1C-Yard Spool of Oood Mi-Ola
rhln Thraad aoma ""Coala ... a2u
Stiail H.lr Mn. p-lk Tuaadar.
fme bV Vt of BraJda. Tapa and C
Ulaa Kolda. oh la lo, bolt ww
tary Nap lam, pa:iat. ,n j
Apron, Tuaaday, ra
rT"1 E!"trtC Hlr Cur,,r' on J Qq
Buraona B.t Storklni Taat. all Co.
alaaa, pair QG
Taat (olorad Darnlna Cotton. 4
pool for yfj
lrf IMara of Rlaatlc. urhni.
Com ha and Barrattra. aoma worth 1 A.
to lc, aarh I I MR
,lon B1- Prlca, Qq
Kat Marcarlaad Rlok Rark.'vtaVta'a
aad colors, holt I UC
KmtrB Boft rara ( hamola.",pa'- 1 fA
cial, aarh I vvJ
in a complete, compact, convenient, attractive, hand-'
some ' .
"HANDY VOLUME" ISSUE
You Save $107.88 '
by buying this "Handy Volume" issue at $58.88, in
stead of paying $166.75 for exactly the same reading
matter, illustrations and maps, in the larger volume
Cambridge University issue; or you can pay $1.00 .
down and $3.00 a month for a short time at a slightly
higher price. Besides the difference in price the only
difference is in size: the "Handy Volume" is 8
inches high and 61A inches deep. Soth are one inch
thick and in both issues there are 29 volumes to the
set, 41,000 articles in all, 44,000,000' words,' 15,000
maps and illustrations.
You Save Money Buying Now
' Instead of waiting until later on. because the present sale will not last
much longer. Prices will soon have to advance. The publishers, after
the present atock Is gone, cannot supply more sets o sell at present
prices. Manufacturing coats and costs of raw material have advanced
so much that the cost to make the sets of this "Handy Volume" Is
greatly Increased. The end of the sale will soon be announced. Then
the price to the public will be very materially advanced.
You May LeaveYour Order
In our book department You can see actual sets if the "Handy
Volume" Urltannlca there: can examine print, paper, pictures, bind
ings; ran compare the small volume issue with the Cambridge set
and see for yourself what you are getting. . .
Hawk Mora Mala Floor. .
Many Box and Line Affairs Are
. Planned for the Next Day
AFTER WEDNESDAY COMES LENT
nr MKMIFIC l A March O.
It would wra that every on wants
to have at let onn more evening or
matinee at Ihe theater before the be
Klnriin; oC the penitential ormon. Of
eourae every one gnea. this evenltlic and
next with the resolution of "never a. an in
for forty night." But. notwltli-tnndini:,
the thoMer will be filled Juit the name,
nd did one ever hear of a houe dark
Junt tierauoe Ixnt had come.
Mr. end Mr. Frnnrld A.. Hrogdn will
entertain clsht gueta thin evening In a
box at the Orpheum, and Mr. King Pen
man will be hot In a box to a party of
eight. Other entertaining pnrtiea of alx
to eight are Meaars. F. A. Kltigerald. J.
R. Golden, Roy B. Zachary, S. P. Mason
and W. J. Connell.
Mr.. I. V. Hayrien gave a box party
at the matinee this afternoon to aix
gueatn. Other hoateaaea to partlea were
leadamea I). A. Peycke, W. V. Heher
merhorn. L.lonerger and S. Strauaa. Mi.
J. A. Cavers' party, whlrh wo to be
given this evening, has been poMponed
to Inter In the week.
Mr. Edwin H. L,ulkart gives a matinee
party Tuegday after a luncheon, at the
Commerrlal club to ae-en jrueata. One of
the big Tueaday matinee affairs will be
a party of twenty, the Atlas club of
Council Bluffs, with Mrs. H. A. Quinn
the hostess. Another club party will be
the Bermo club, Mrs. P. A. Themanson,
hostess. Miss Marie Riley' gives a mati
nee party to five guest.
On .Wednesday; afternoon the Women
Prettiest Mile Golf club gives a matinee
party with forty guesta.
TAFFY DAY TUESDAYPompeitn
Fresh, delicious, full cream taffy; all flavors."
"0m ' Ilegular 10c per pound. Special . .
iPlace Your "For Sale" or "For Rent" Ad in The BeeHzs
Mixers' Ball. -
The Mixers' club of Crelghton univer
sity will give a ball this evening at Cham
bers' academy. The affair will be pre
ceded by a dinner ' at the Fontenelle ir.
honor of Governor and Mrs. John H.
Morehead and Mfyor and Mrs. James c
Da hi man, who will be guests of honor at
The patronesses will be:
Doctors and MialnniM
Robert Rotznr. A If Hlrvnlo
C. C. Allison. R. tt RrllDnlni,
C. P Crowley, L,. B. Buahman.
unoifn mx, w. i,. Shearer.
R. W. Connell,
MpHttri. nnd Af0arianiAa
V. C Heafev.
T. C. Byrne.
I V. Naiih.
P. It Martin,
T. P. Redriond.
V. A. flchall.
f . 1 . iiamiuon,
T. F. Quintan,
T. J. Mahoney.
Mrs. Kdward Heyden.
MISS KATIILE E N
BURKE, a young English
war nurse, has collected
more than $20,000 for Ser
bian war sufferers. Most
of this was in checks and
cash dropped into a hat
passed after her appeal
during a meeting at Palm
Beach presided over by E.
T. Stotesbury of Philadelphia.
1 J.iaUWtaVt'iLJ I'I""IIS1 illllll l) llll II ISI
I . " ;
jj fc-nir"-"''; - 1 1 s
ftrc . ssir J-A
J. J. O'Connor,
J. A. C. Kennedy.
A. V. Fresher.
E. T. Welch.
C. O. Smyth,
i G. Flbbernsen,
K. Buck Ingham.
J. M. Daughtrty,
.1. J. Hanlrheii,
W. J. MlcCaffrey.
B. m. miey.
Leo E. Riley.
A. Sachs, .
J. A. Graham.
C. W. Kamllton. Jr.
Woman'i Club Reception.
Irs. E. M. teyfert. president of the
Omaha Woman's club. ' announces that
reception will precede the luncheon to
be given Saturday at tha. Hotel Fon
tenelle, ' complimentary to Mrs. J. N.
Paul of -St' Paul, president of tha Ne
braska Federation of Women's' clubs.
The ieceptlon will be from 11:30 o'clock to
noon, "for which hour the luncheon has
been set. Reservations will be received
until Friday morning by members of the
house and horn committee. -
Dance at Dundee Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Ralph are enter
taining at a dancing party for twenty
couples at Dundee hall, this evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph's guests will be:
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Iemere.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Ralph.
Messrs. and Meedames
V. C. Haaoall, N. H. Tyson,
I. W. "Wagner. R K. Segur.
G. B. Tunnlcllff, H. J. Wing,
MRS. ROY RALPH
. HEAD 0FJ0R0RITY
New President of Alpha Chi Omeja
is Elected at Meeting Held .
OTHER SOCIETIES ALSO ELECT
Mrs. Roy Ralph Is the new president
of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, having
been elected to replace Mrs. Vincent
Hascall, at a meeting held Saturday at
the home of Miss Ethel Fry. Mrs. Rob
ert Adams Is the new secretary; Miss
Ruth Randolph, treasurer, and Miss Elsie
Prewltt editor. The April meeting will
take the form of a luncheon to be given
at one of the hotels.
At a meeting of the Woman'a Mission
ary society of the Calvary Baptist church. .
Mirs. . W. .Noble was elected president
to succeed Mrs. Isaac V. Carpenter.
Mrs, J. F. Carpenter Is the vice presi
dent: Mrs. Charles Jacobs, second vice
president ; Mrs. Franklin J. Robinson,
secretary; Mrs. F. B. Alldredge, assistant
secretary; Mra. A. I Patrick, treasurer;
Mrs. Charles Lathrop. assistant treas
urer, and Mlrs. R. M. Yeoman, leader of
the social service department work.
Mrs. George B. kohnhoff was elected
president of Chapter B. N. of the P. E.
O. sisterhood Saturday at a meeting at
the home of Mrs. O. II. Menold. Mrs. K.
It. Grout Is vice president; Mrs. V. C.
Hascall, recording secretary.; Mrs. J. C.
Bufflngton, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
O. If. Menold. treasurer; Mlrs. H. B.
Cameron, chaplain; Mrs. Rudolph Rlx,
guard, and Miss Clara Mason, the retir
ing president, Journalist. Mra. Lehnhoff
and Mrs. Hascall were elected delegates
to the state meeting at Alliance early in
June, with Mrs. Menold and Mlrs. Cam
eron as alternates.
Miss Agnes IJvesay entertained Chap
ter B. K. of the P. E. O. sisterhood at
her home Friday evening at the Portland .
apartments. Mrs. Joseph C. Weeth was
re-elected president; Mrs. C. I Babcock,
vice president; Mrs.1 Charles Wilson,
recording secretary; Miss Edna I Pick
ering, corresponding secretary; Miss Ger
trude E. 'Weeth, treasurer; Mass Agnes
Llvesay. chaplain; Mrs. William R.
Matthews, Journalist; Mrs. John Buch
anan, guard. Mrs. Weeth and Mrs. Bab
cock were chosen delegates to attend
the grand chapter convention at Alliance.
D. J. Ful er.
A. I Knorte,
J. H. Heacox. .
of Adcl, la.
W. J. Hotz
George K. Thompson
J. T. Pickard,
A. C. Pancoast.
Florence Deverell, '
The three one-act plays, which were to
be given this evening by the Dramatis
cluh of the Omaha Social Settlement
under the direction of Miss Mary Wallaco,
has een postponed' out of deference to
the memory of Mr. Frank Wavrln, whose
funeral will be held tomorrow. The date
of the dramatic performance' will be an
nounced later. ,
Mrs. Leaonard Everett of Council
Bluffs will give a pre-Lenten dinner this
evening at her home to ten guests. The
table and living rooms will be decorated
in spring flowers, daffadlls, hyacinths.
Jonquils and tulips.
March 7th, 8th and 9th
An Exclusive Ladies9 Shop
. Carrying complete and extensive assortment of the
latest and smartest models and designs in
CORSET ACCESSORIES and
RIBBON NOVELTIES . .
We urue you to visit our beautiful new shop and inxpet't
the Advance Spring Models and Patterns
Second Floor Rose Building 1
16th and Farnam Sts.
MUS. M. K. lsOXOHl K.
MIRS MAE HOWARD.
Alden Robinson and his brother, Rich
ard, were honor guests at a surprise
nartv at thali bnmA. Frlrinv vilnflr. Tha
evening was spent in playing games. The
following were present:
Mlases ' Misses
Jan Ferguson, Viola O'Connor. '
Ellen Patilen. Kiicabeth Boyschow,
(iladys Stewart. F. BJorenlverg,
W. J. Flmon.
A.- Ferguson, '
Surprise Party. ,
Mr. Jim Panuska was honor guest at
a surprise party at his ' home Saturday.
Those present were:' . ,
For Duluth Guest.
Mrs. James W, Hanley gave an
Orpheum party this afternoon in honor
f Miss Rose Dunphy of Duluth, guest of
Miss Mercedes Caughlan, who is return
ing to her home tomorrow. Those pres
Mesdames '. Mesdamea
Charles E. Fanning, James W. Haley.
Your teeth can be only as good as
you keep them start a good habit
today by asking your druggist for
t 1 PiVvfll
Miss Edith Raymond, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry 8. Raymond of Florence,
will be married this evening to Mr.
Charles Percy Traver, son of the late
Mr. George Traver and Mrs. Margaret
V. Traver. The marriage will be sol
emnised at 8 o'clock at Trinity cathedral.
T"Xa a n Tanf.yw'lr AfflAiS-tin.
Past Festivities. ,
Mrs. J. A, Rankin entertained Baturady
afternoon. The guests v. ere Mesdamea W.
W. Cole, George Garlock, O. V, Snygg,
F. H. Brown, John Furen, WalUr Howell
and Edward Black. '
Mrs. Mary Spera announced the en
gagment of her nelce. Miss Marie Ehmlg,
to Mr. George E. Shipley, the wedding
to be in June. Many affairs are in plan
ning in honor of the event.
T. uaimaf I M -m a
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wickham are soon
leaving for the famous southern resort.
White Sulphur Springs. They will be ac
companied by their little son. Bernard,
, Mr. HT EL Patterson and "Mr. and Mrs. S.
Bums of Omaha are among the new ar
rivals at the Elms hotel. Excelsior
fr. J. S. lAney left Friday evening for'
Iowa City.' la., cald by the serious ill
ness of his aunt. Mrs. Catherine Ioney.
Mrs. John' Mullen has gone to Ies
wi . h-I.U V. i.k,..K.-- 1
who is seriously ill at St. Joseph's acad
emy, suffering an attack of pneumonia.
Miss Clare Helen Woodsrd Is Improving
in health after a severe attack of the
Veporeaf by m Doctor Daeta Ssngr
Send 2c stamp for generous sample of either
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder or Dental Cream.
I. W. Lyea A Sons, la,. 57 7 W. 27tk St, New York City
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