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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1916)
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Society Notes Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
LENT A SIGNAL FOR
Bridge PartiM and Luncheons
Abound During Period in
Windy City Society
HOW DIFFERENT IN OMAHA
PROMINENT CLUB WOMAN OF
SHELT0N VISITS HERE.
BABY HEALTH WEEK
Sessions to Be Held in Agricultural
Society Room at the County
CHILDREN'S PLAY ON TUESDAY
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f . '; '." . : - , .
SATURDAY our annual
sale of Boy' Sample Waah
Suits takes place. Hundreds
of beautiful new waah aulta
will be sold at a price that
will be an Inducement to
lock up for the entire
In Omaha's G rcatest Bargain Basement
Opportunities for wise economies that
no woman will care to miss. This
' Bargain Basement offers the greatest
economy opportunities in the State
i I I I
Men's, Women's and Chil
dren's Cotton and Fine Lawn
Handkerchiefs, plain and fan
cy embroidered, some lace
trimmed. Slightly Imperfect,
some worth to 10c. Friday,
threa for 10o, or, o 1
each ...... OVZC
nniL tt j i n j n
ine newest ana snappiest spring
For Women, Misses and Children
Shown in Our Great Enlarged Bargain Basement
Countless Clever Creations find their
way into this Bargain Basement Store
All at Extremely Low Prices
Hundreds of pretty and right-up-to-the-minute Suits for "Women and
Misses every Suit a correct interpretation of Dame Fashion's edict for
spring, 1916. Copies of higher priced models, reproduced in fine materials
and the best of workmanship. Dozens of styles in the groups all the new
colors and materials, such as large and small checks, fine all wool pop
lin, gabardine, serges, silk poplin, etc.; also silk and cloth combinations.
Sizes i 14 to 18 for misses, 36 to 46 for women, 43 to 53 for stout women.
Four Very Special Offerings
at $9.95, $12.48, $13.85, $14.85
New Spring and Summer Wash Dresses dozens of styles and hundreds of new, fresh, crisp, right up-to-the-minute dresses.
All the wanted and practical wash material. AO ?0 Oft ft7 CfclOft J (M AC?
Wonderful garments at very low prices ...&OC DOCy OuCy J Cy pl,OU cHlQ p lstQ
Olrls' School and Dressy Coats, a treat assortment; new, dosena of
styles, made of novelty cloths, fancy mixtures, fine all-wool covert,
serges, etc The new belt effects, fancy collars, etc, Ages 2 to 6 and
6 to 14 years. Very special lots at each price
. $1-69, $1.95, $2.95 and to $4.95.
Correct Style Spring 1116 811k Dressss Every dress at a great sav
ing. Hundreds of pretty dresses to choose from, made of crepe de
chine, fine taffeta, silk poplin, crepe de chine and taffeta combina
tions with chiffon sleeves. All copied of high priced models, in all
the new colors and plenty of black,
$4.95, $6.95, $8.95, $9.95, $13-85 and $14.85.
A Great Variety of New Spring Coats, All Slsee Stout women, me
dium sice women, small women, misses. Juniors and girls we have hun
dreds of new, pretty, right-up-to-date spring coats of all kinds and colors.
Check coats, Plaid Coats, White Coats, Serge and Poplin Coats, etc
$3.95, $4.95, $6.95, $8.95, $9.95 and $12.48.
Women's and Misses' New Spring Skirts All the new wide flare
models with new style pockets and belts. Fancy plaid and check
skirts, fine all wool serge and poplin, taffeta, etc. Hundreds to
choose from now, at
$2.48, $3.69, $3.95, $4.95 and $5.95.
Many styles In large alies for stout women.
Every Corset that you buy
here guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. Friday, wt feature a corset
for stout women. In sizes from
23 to 36. This model is made
with medium high bust, long
skirt with extra wide front
steel. A wonderful rffj
value at f DC
Special Sanitary Oft
Napkins, a dosen 6uC
Kid Gloves, 39c Pair
About 500 pair of wom
en's kid gloves, some are
mended, others soiled tak
en from much higher priced
lines. Special Fri- f)f
day, to clean f
quickly, pair J J
Table Damask. 24c
Tbl Pimuk, It
plrs, full blearhsd,
llnn Anlshsd damask.
14 in. wl.lo: all prstiy
sattsms. Friday, yartt..
TI'KKINH TOWEL, ENDS, Sc.
1.000 f lei-aa of rilsarhwl
Turkish Tow.l Ends, will)
fancy borders, all In dlr
abl lengths. Sal pries,
COTTON TOWriJNO, Be.
On CaM of Full Hlnarh
d Cotton Towallns, It In.
wlila; damaak sffsct. Reg
ular 1e quality. Speci
ally prtrd. yard
Scarfs, ecalloped ende
with embrolderad cor
Dere, els hemstitched
In mrorlsd damaek.
Regular I6e values. a..
UL.KACHKD HICK TOWEL8,
11.000 Place Mill Ende
f Bisaohad Hurk Tow
hammed ande; ell desire
lengths. Specially priced.
BF.D SrREADH, $1
-one Case or Bad
epreada, hemmed ends,
crochet kind; all pret
ty patterns. Each at,
White Goods, 7c
Remnants and Full Bolts of White
Good a, for droeeee, waist, underniue-
lloa, aprone, etc., tnnludlne Ratine.
Crepe. Plrattlea, Madras.
Lace Effects, etc., IT to l
Inch wide.. lard....
Cel4 Fle.ee. 15a
A few bolt of Fin Imported Col
ored Pique, in dote and trip, for
houee and street dresses and rhll
drsn'a frocks. 17 Inchee
wide. Special Friday,
Llaea Batting, IS
Nature! Panama Motor !.lno Suit
ing. ( Inches wide. Bale ) f
prtce Friday, I jf
' LMfrlotaa, se
Imperial longcloth, charaol flnlah.
pur whit and launder per
fectly. It tncnee .da. Bala
prtce, 11-yard bolts
Crepe ds China, lm
Silk and Cotton Crepe de Chine.
white, li(ht blue. black.
Bevy and green; IT tnebe
Domestics, Ginghams, Etc.
Percales, yard : 74c
Zephyrs and Ginghams, yard 70
English Shirtings, yard , 90
Japanese Kimono Crepe, yard .12Vc
Outing Flannel, yard 5c
Mercerized Dress Poplin, yard. 12c
Plisse ' Crepe, yard 12y2z
Bleached Muslin, yard 7yc
Unbleached Muslin, yard 5Vc
lxmsdale Bleached Cambric, yard 8l2c
Argyle Bleached Sheets, each 55c
Dress Prints, . yard . 5c
Women's Uilen Suits. 35c
Women Fin Cotton, Bummer
Weight Union Suite, lac trimmed
and tight knee sty lee; aome
Ilk taped. Hegular and eatra
lse. too valur ,
Women' Light Weight Vests, wing
leeree and eleeveleee style; plain
and fancy lac trimmed; also
"Cumfy-Cot." Ail site. Heg-
ulr ISo values, Friday
Women's Qause Veets,
leseelae style, lie valuee,
Veet an4 Pant a, lVie Rach
Children Fin Cotton. Light
wlght Vest and Pant
to match, worth to 15c,
Women' Medium and Light
Weight Cotton, 1.11 and Mercerised
Hoalery, regular and out
eliee Black and whit. Ito
Children's Klne and Heary Ribbed
Cotton lloelery, double
heela, toee and aoli
Hocks, 7 He
Men's Cotton Beamlesa
Roc toe, black and color. Reg
ular lOo quality, apeoial
Final Clearance-Friday and Saturday-Shoes
We Have Assembled the Entire Balance of the Stock of the
$14,000 Byrne Shoe Company Purchase in the Basement
and have re-priced every Shoe so that not a single pair will remain in this store after Saturday night indeed, they may all be
gone after today. BUY NUW lr YUU WISH TO SHAKE. Priced this way:
Olrls Bhoog, patent and dull leather. Size 8 '4 to 2. Splen- tj j nn
did assortment, pilr PX07
Boys' Shoes, good ataple shoea, worth twice wbmt we are t fC
asking, pair 4 1 DO
Men's Shoea, eTerrthtog left from the sale, practtcally all tj ff
elxea Tan and black Oa-eUU
Infants' 8hoes. all sixes to I. Hand turned solci; plain and
fanrT color. Pair
Women's Rubbers and Alaskas, storm cut styles, nm quality. Of
All slsea. pair J,
Women's High Shoes, In patent leather, tan calf, dull leather; Tel-
yets and black satlna, Including every alxe. Good styles. T- ((
worth to $3.60 a pair, at Jl.Ul
Balance of the Women's Shoes, Including bronie kid. patent and dull
leather, eta. etc. All sties.' gnoea in tnu lot wortn to lo.uu. rr ff
a pair, will be marked
Women's Oxfords, Pumps and Slippers of every kind, white) d OC
id black. Everything left of this stock, choice PleeiJ
from oar awa tx-k ae well all rodared la pete.
and black. Everything
'OTP Kerne reUw
Br MRLLIPIC 14 -March f
The society editor of the "hlcae;-
Trlbunr of Ash Wednesday sajs, "The
period of Lenten (rayrty Is now bealn
nln;; Int is always a signal for lutt to
do In Ohlraso aoclety, br.dne parties and
Evidently Chlrto Is not alimi of
a luncheon or a. bridge In Lent; nnd Chl
caso, older and rl her, outranks all other
mid-western towns tn the social register.
Of Interest in Omaha.
In aneaklnff of the affairs of last -kin-day
In Chicago society, the Tribune
sn y s : ;
"Iter, In Astor street. Mrs. Yaughan
Spaldinir was at home for the first time.
The bride, who Is exquisitely tall and
slim, wi) receiving alone In a gown of
roseate silk, lacy of bodice, with a bou
quet of orchids and lilies.
"Mr. Kdward Cudahy was 111, Sirs.
spaldln Is awsy, so the hospitalities of
the dining: room were dispensed by a
bevy of handsome sisters and rlsters-ln-law,
all In street drese and fresh new
spring hats. Mrs. Frank A llhelm, Mrs.
Coleman. Mrs. Jesse Spalding, Mrs. Aus
tin NiblacK. and Miss Alice Cudahy of
ficiated at the table, the latter Just home
from the east with her mother and wear
ing a duck of a suit, pale green wool
barred lightly In black, white furs, and
a black hat slanted up, showing some
lovely coppery hair."
The New York American on March
bears a large and beautiful photograph
of Miss Mary O'Conor Illgglns, daughter
of Mrs. A. O. Illgglns of Omaha, with
the caption, "One of the prettiest of tho
suffragists, 'snapped' while handing out
bills advertising the big suffrage ball to
be held In Madison Square Garden to
Miss Iflgglns has been a suffrage
speaker In Virginia and Is now doing so
cial settlement work In New York with
Mrs. St. John Duval of Richmond.
Mrs. William Hill Clarke is entertain
ing a popular Omaha guest. Mrs. George
N. Roberts ol Waban. Mass. As Mrs.
Roberts is a Lenten visitor no formal en
tertainments hsve been planned in her
honor, but she is given luncheons ' and
dinners on every possible occasion, the
quiet, small affairs that Kiay happen very
properly during Lent. Mr. Roberta will
join Mrs. Roberts next Monday and they
will return to their home near Boston.
Mrs. George W. Holdrege and Miss
I.eeta Holdrege have Miss Frances Rogers
of St. Paul as their house guest. Mrs.
Arthur fi. Rogers gives an afternoon
bridge tomorrow at her home in honor
of the St Paul guest.
At the Brandeis.
Miss Eugenie Whit more will give a
box party this evening at the". Brandeis
theater. Mr. and Mrs. William Hill
Clarke entertain a party of sis. Others
entertaining are Mrs. Maul, who gives a
box party'. Hosts to parties of four will
be Messrs. H. D. Binder. Lee Huff.
Harry Willnsky. c. L. Farnsworth,
Charles Mets, A. 8. Pinto and W. B.
Buckley. Mrs. W. H. Murray will give
a box party at the Friday matinee.
Mr. J. L. Baker and Mr. Charles M.
Gawey of Omaha are among the new
arrivals at Excelsior Bprlngs. Mo., and
are registered at The Kims hotel.
Dorothy. The house was decorated In
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McAllister .of the
South Side are staying at the Henshaw
Apartments, Flats, ' Houses and Cottages
quickly and cheaply by a Bee "For Rent."
can be rented I For Lnrjr'.t nvd Quickest Insults, You Should Always Flare
Your Classified Advertising hi The Bee Kesults Tell the Tale
Wt? Have Boon Ashed
Why we prefer es operate as a itat bank.
W like to be aakel this because we
bit to answer it.
As s State Bank, we can give our de
positor the protection of the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the Stat of Nebraska,
which snake their money ahsolutIp
As a Seat Bank, we ocerrts under the
splendid, efficient Nebraska bankin lews,
one of which prevent officers borrowing
of their benk.
Tkeee facts are us the confidence of
tke public end confidence means every-
thiag to s bank.
TKe State Bank
r - 1
16ur sad Hamey
Accounts Incite i
Q Qff paid en Savings
J IQ Accounts.
Of paid en Time
" (O Certificalea.
Jsr rWortt Bain
(3.00 e Year and urn
S- "-irliir&t, VrM
Mrs. Max llostetler of Shclton. one of
the best known club women In the state,
is the guest of her niece. Mrs. Anan
Harmond. Mrs. Hosteller came on to
Omaha for the quarterly meeting of the
Nebraska chapter, t'nlted States Daugh
ters of 1F12, held this afternoon at tho
home of Mrs. C. If. Mullln. Tho matter
of a memorial to Mrs. Herbert Gates,
founder of the Nebraska chapter, was
taken up at this meeting.
Mrs. llostetler will remain here for the
opening of the baby health exhibit of
tho Women's clubs of the city and leaves
Monday for Lincoln, to present the
greetings of tho Daughters of 1S12 to the
conference of the slBter organisation, the
Daughters of the American Revolution.
Mrs. Hostetler Is president of the
Mothers' Day Association of Nebraska
and is also president of the Ladles' Leg-
'slatlve league, organized In Lincoln re
cently by wives and daughters of mem
bers of the state legislature.
until they can find an apartment while
their home, recently partially destroyed
by fire, is rebuilding.
Mandolin Club Planned
Members of Company "H," Omsha
Central High School regiment, met
Wednesday evening at the home of Mr.
Philip Thomas to form plans for the or
ganisation of a mandolin club. The.
evening was spent in music. Those pres
Dinner at the Loyal.
Mrs. M. M. Kline entertained at dinner
at the Hotel Loyal Wednesday. The
table had a centerpiece of moulded pink
and white roses. At" the place cards
were corsage bouquets of the same flow
ers, and the pink and wlilte color scheme
was carried out throughout the menu.
Those present were:
D. E. Lovejoy,
W. L. Loree.
H. L. Underwood,
Frank O. Browne,
J. A. Freeland,
M. M. Kline.
Little Girls' Party.
Mrs. L. M. Lord gave a very pretty
red, white and blue children's party at
her home this afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock In honor of the tonth anniver
sary of the birthday of her daughter,
American flags with red and white tulips
and blue scilllas. Thirty little girls were
present. The favors were toys of all
sorts, drawn In cobweb game.
The J. F. W. club was entertained this
afternoon by Mrs. Q. D. Shlpherd. A
musicals program wss given, following
a discussion of current events.
The women of the Happy Hollow and
Field Golf clubs had a contest this after
noon at Clark's Indoor Golf school.
The La Salle club gives a dance this
evening at Chambers' academy.
Vesta Chapter Kensington.
Vesta chapter of the Order of the
Eastern Star was entertained this after
noon by Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent at a
kenaington and coffee. Miss Kate Me
Hugh gave an interesting talk on "How
to Read Novels" and Miss Grace North
rup sang. Eighty guests were present.
On the Calendar.
MrKlnley ladles' auxiliary o f the
B'nal B'rlth holds Its fortnlphtly meeting
In Lyric hall et 8 o'rluc this evenlnff.
The Symporla club gives a leap year
masquerade and dancing party at Prairie
Park club house Tuesday evening.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss L'lllan Campbell of Brooklyn, X.
T., who has been the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. Dan Gaines, for the last month, has
J Next Iig ; -
J Saturday '
A Wonderful Sale" of j
Sample Spriig Dresses
Representing a huge personal pur
chase in New York by B. I'red the
cream of this spring's exquisite
styles. And the prices Walt! .Walt!
Watch Friday night "a Dee for full
Southeast Corner 16th and Douglas.
Great Interest In the ohficrvance)
of baby health week In Omaha, be
ginning Saturday, centers around the
Tuesday evening program, when
"The Theft of Thistledown,' a mor
ality interlude for children, written
especially for the health ueek ob
servances, will be presented by
eighteen little children, under the
direction of Mrs, George Mlckel.
Mrs. Mlckel. w ho Is president of the
Mothers' Culture club. Is being as
sisted by Mrs. T. P. Davis, Mrs. R.
A. McFarla.no and Mrs. Charles Zle
barth, presidents of other mothers'
Tiny Jane Lowe, the 3-year-old
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Titus Lowe,
promises to bo the hit of the entertsln-
ment when she takes tha r.art of the
earth baby stolen by the fairies.
The speaking parts, those of the fairy
queen. Thistledown, and the queen'a
herald will be taken by Dorothy Wilcox.
Madeline Johnson and Gladys MJckel.
The three Pixies. Blueberry, Bramble and
Burr, will be Madeline and Evelyn Lowe
and Dorothy Norton: and two standard
bearers, Edna and Elizabeth Carnal.
Another feature of the play will be a
flower dance, the "Return of Bprlnar,"
by six little girls.
The exhibit, which with all the lectures,
Is free to the public, opens Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock and will be open
until 19 p. m. each dny for a week, except
Sunday when the hours are 10 a. m. to
p. m. It will be held in the Agricul
tural society room of the court house.
There will be lectures on baby health
topics every afternoon and evening ex
Mrs. K. R. J. Edholm, Mrs. P. J. Blrss
and Mrs. P. J. Burnett of the Omaha
Woman's club have the exhibit in charge.
PRETTIEST MILE GOLF
CLUB IS ENTERTAINED
The members of the Prettiest Mile
Ladles' Golf club were entertained Tues
day evening by Mrs. J?. McCleneghan at
her home, 2141 Kansas avenue. IShe was
assisted by Mesdames V. II. .Hawk, El
mer Wonder, J. W. Sprague, C. J. Par
rott, W. C. Crosby, O. C. Adwers and L.
L. Carr. Green and white were adopted
as the club colors.
Mrs. Crumpacker is
in Paris Studying
Mrs. J. W. Crumpacker Is In Paris and
writes to friends here, with whom she
was associated In the anti-suffrage cam
paign, a very interesting account of hen
experiences In Europe. She Is now in
vestigating the subject of French women
In the war, gathering material for news
paper and magaslne articles and for lec
tures, which will be fully Illustrated. In
her letter she says that American women
have no idea of the horrors of the Euro
pean war and the terrible hardships en
dured by the women of France.
Mrs. Crumpacker spent a few weeks
tn England before going to France, and
intends to spend some time in Italy and
Belgium before sailing for home. She
has been aided In her investigations
through credentials of the State depart
ment to several American ambassadors
Mrs. Crumpacker's letter was mailed at
Hotel Edouard VII on February 19, and
reached Omaha eighteen days later,
which is about a week in excess of peace
CLUBWOMEN PREPARING FOB
HUGE CONVENTION IN MAY.
Headquarters of the local Biennial
Board of the General Federation ol
Women's clubs, whose work It Is ta
prepare for the great convention to be
held in New York City in May, re
sembles a hug lieehlve.
The program, which will include dls
cusstons of public liealtM, home economics,
conservation, eduout'.on. Industrial and
social progress, art and lite.ature, Is near
ing templet inn.
The cost of the convention will b
130.001). tart will be defrayed hy the
advertisements contained In the large and
artistic souvenir book of the convention.
The finances are In charge of a com
mittee headed by Mrs. Henry Rockwell.
Mrs. William Grant Ilronn is chairman
of the local burd of preparation. The
huge rally of women mill represent l,00),
0 club women of this country that oom.
pose the federation.
A president of the General Ftderatioa
ill be elected U-irlog the convention.
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