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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1916)
WEEK FOR BABIES
(Exhibit Assembled by Omaha and
Lincoln Woman' Clubs Opens
in Court House.
SPEAKER AT BABY WEEK LIS
PLAY AT COURT HOUSE.
The Wealth of New Style ideas is
legion--Smartly featured in Suits,
Coats, Dresses, Waists, Millinery,
Fabrics, Weaves and all manner
of Dress Accesories.
You keep in direct touch with the
Authentic Changes in Fashion from
day to day, by watching the dis
plays in Omaha 's Fashion Center.
U JLitO W DODGE aDOU0LA$ STREETS
EXTENSIVE PROGRAM OUTLINED
TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 12,
It la Ba.br Health tk In Omaha. Help
A baby health exhibit, assembled by
tha Lincoln and Omaha Woman'a clr.he.
opened tn the court house Saturday and
will be maintained until Friday evening.
Tha exhibit cornea to Omaha from lAt.
coin, where It was ihown Inst week, and
from Omaha, will travel through the prin
cipal towna of tha atate. Mrs. K. R. J.
Kdholm. Mrs. Hugh L Master of Te.
cumaeh and Mr. Emma Reed Davisson
of Lincoln, representing; the health, clv
Ira and home economies department of
the Nebraska Federation of Women's
Club, were tnatmmentat In making up
the program for the statewide observance
of baby health week. Locally Mra. Kd
holm, Mre. F. J. Blrsa and Mra. F. J.
Burnett have the exhibit In charge.
Lectures by Aathorltlea.
Lecturea covering every phnee of child
life will be given by authorities on the
reapectlve subjects, and apodal musle
aonga of childhood haa been arranged by
Mrs. John B. Haarmann, leader of the
music department of the Woman'a club.
A morality play for children will be an
other feature of the exhibit, to be pre
sented Tuesday evening.
Hosteaaea will be on hand each day
vfrom every woman'a organisation In the
city, from 10 o'clock : the morning until
the same hour In the evening. Today
alone the exhibit will cloae at 6 o'clock
and there will be no lectures.
The program for the week la as follows:
MONDAY AFTERNOON, 2: O'CIjOCK.
Dundee and North Side Child Conser
vation clrclea. Mrs. N. K. Sype and Mra.
K- R- Ogden, presidents, presiding.
Nebraska Rlrth Regiatratlon Test,"
Mrs. K. R. J, Edholm. special agent fed
eral children's bureau.
"Pre-Natal Influences." Dr. A. B. 8om
era. "Orthopedics " Dr. John P. Lord.
MONDAY FTVF.VTvn a m-l .tm-i.-
Mr. Ellla IT. Graff, superintendent piib-
n(iinuuuuun, uinann, preaiaing.
"The Father Club Idea." Mr. Stymeat
J " Prel""eni reaeratea fathers
club. Council Bluffs.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON. S.30 O'CLOCK.
A"aclton of .Colleziate Alumnae,
Miss Bess I. Dumont. president, prcsld-
StMtney,r0blern f MMwlfery'" D"- Olga
r, vol,o,na-l AiHJtudes In Children."
Miss Myrtle Fits Roberts, director of
Association of Cnllen-ut a i. .,.,,.
cation bureau. '
SSmA?FT!:Kn of th Phy-loal Welfare
of the Child," Mlaa Bess I Dumont. head
of department pf physical training. Cen
tral High school.
TUESDAY EVENING, ft O'CLOCK.
.M.i"' c,Vb"' Mr- Oeorge Mickel,
presiding, assisted by Meartame T. P.
barth' A- McF'rlan1 and Charlea Zle
Play. "The Theft of Thistledown." A
morality Interlude for children, written
especially for health week observances.
Kesponslbilty of Pnrenta 'n Eduea
?nJt chlld Through Play Life." Mr. C.
H. English, superintendent public recrea
tion. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 2 30
Motion pictures, "Method of Producing
and Diatributlng Milk," courtesy of the
Alamlto Sanitary company.
Speakers, Mrs.- Harriet' MarMurpnv.
hostess, and Charles F. Bchwager,, presi
dent. ( ; i
Discussion. - '
WEDNESDAY EVENING. 8 O'CLOCrf.
Public health meeting, Mra. H. C. Sum
Speakera Mayor J. C. Dahlman. Dr. R.
W. Connell, health officer; W. II. Dunn,
chief of police; Dr. H. M. McClanahan;
Colonel J. M. Banister, U. 8. A. medical
corpa, retired. (Auapicea American Medi
THURSDAY AFTERNOON 2:fK.
Department of home economlca, Mra. F.
J. Burnett presiding.
Story, "Ba-Ba Black Sheep." (Kipling).
Mrs. C. W. Pollard. Omaha Story Tellers'
"Food Values as Applied to Children,"
Dr. Newell Jones.
THURSDAY EVENING S.
Woman's Christian Temperance unions:
Mrs J. H.MeKlttrlck. Omaha: Mrs. C.
J. Roberts Frances Wills rd: Mra. Olive
lascm. Ticfi Diui', iTira. wuuani otrrry,
South Sides, M'-s. F. C. Jennings, North
Bide. Mrs. C. W. Hayes, presiding.
"Practices Which Cause Physical De
generacy in Our Children." br. J. M.
"In herited Tendencies." Dr. M. L.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON 3.
Civics committee Omaha Woman's club.
Mrs. F. J. Blrsa. presiding.
'The Bachelor's Baby Hospital, Mem
phis, Tenn., Mrs. Draper Smith.
cugenica, " illustrated wun cnaris
Rev. John Alber, South Side.
Sears Will Go Over
Testimony Taken in
Trial of Art Hauser
Whether or not the evidence and testi
mony given In the trial of Art Hauser,
convicted of the murder of A. H. Smith,
was sufficient to prove his guilt, la the
point upon which he has a chance for a
new trial. It developed during the argu
ments presented by his attorneys before
District Judge Scars, In criminal court.
This single point will be decided upon
probably next Saturday morning, after
Judge Sears has had an opportunity to
read the transcript of testimony taken
at Mauser's trial before the late Judge
During the diacuaalon, Hauser aat be
tween Deputy Sheriffs Larry FHnn and
TJndaey, idly twirling hla thumbs
earing an indifferent exprcaaion.
zr. : ill
Our Initial Display of Authentic Spring Apparel Styles
Offers to buyers Monday assortments which in freshness and charming individ-
l?j i 1 1 i i t r i i i r-ft
uanty were never surpassea in me nistory 01 umana mercnanaisin. r or
eign models, to be sure, are represented, but the American productions will
not take second place in the favor of American women, whose taste in
matters of Smart Dressing are unquestioned.
We cordially invite you to Inspect the Exquisite New Creations for Spring
Beautiful Dinner Gowns
ALICE LOOM IS.
Of University of Nebraska.
Villa Says He Will
Pay El Paso Office
of Railroad a Visit
Ross Secord of the Mlasourl Pacific of
fices in Omaha Is in receipt of a letter
from his brother, F. A. Secord, superin
tendent of the El Paso A Southwestern,
with hendquarters at El Paao, Tex.
Therein F. A. Secord tells what Villa
asserts that he la going to do in the way
of dealing with the railroad.
F. A. Secord for many year was con
nected with the telegraph department of
the Union Pacific. Some four years ago
he left Omaha and went to Texas to
take the superlntendency of the telegraph
lines of the El Paso & Southwestern road.
The El Paso operate a line of road
through Texas, close to the Mexican bor
der, for a distance of some ,10c miles.
During the last couple of months Villa,
according to Mr. Secord, haa been mak
ing raids across the border, tearing up
the railroad track and destroying tho
telegraph line. When men have been sent
out to make repairs from the Mexican
side, Villa's men have taken potshots at
them with fatal results.
Now Villa, according to the letter from
Superintendent Secord, has sent word to
the officials of the El Paso & South
western that he Is going to destroy both
railroad and telegraph lines, and that
he la going to get all men sent out ' to
reconstruct or make repairs.
Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Heney.
For your celd and tronohlal cough use
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It cuts the i
phlegm, relieves congestion. Only 23c
At Ml druggists. Advertisement. i
Read' Bee Want
them for results.
Ads for profit.
ELK CITY ENDORSES GOOD
ROADS BONDS FOR COUNTY
The proposed bond Issue for good roads
was endorsed Friday ' at Elk City by
about 130 citlzena who met and formed a
community club. Regular meetings will
be held ' to discuss und pass on timely
subjects of Interest to the community.
James Mactier, president, and R. F. Far
ley, corresponding secretary, were tha
Mm pie, Blackheads, Boils and Poor
Complexion Vanish by Using -Stuart's
WAX VACXAOB KAXLSD ZS.
All your dreams of a beautiful, clear
complexion csn be made to come true.
It makes no difference how spotted and
disfigured your face may be with pim
ples, blackheads, eczema or liver-spots,
you may reclaim your heritage of good
TAKES POISON DRUG FOR
COUGH MEDICINE; WILL LIVE
Mrs. Peter Peterson. K!9 North Eight
eenth street narrowly escaped death
about 4 o'clock yesterday, when she
took lysol, mistaking the poisonous drug
(or cough medicine. As soon as she
wallowed the lysol she became aware of
her mistake and tha city physician waa
notified, coming to the stricken woman's
rescue Just In time to save her from the
effects of the slow poisoning.
Dr. Miller, city physician, who attended
her, stated this morning that her condi
tion at present Is nit serious and rapid
recovery Is expected.
MANY COWS CONDEMNED
UNDER TUBERCULAR TEST
Dairy Inspector Bosnia reports that t.071
cows of seventy-five local dailies have
been given the tuberculin test and 144
animals were condemned since the first
of the year. The last of the tests will
be made this month.
Tonll Sanee With Joy te Bee Kw Easy
and Quick Stuart's Calotun Wafers
Clears Tour kia!
looks. There are thousands of people
today whoso fresh, clear faces are a liv
ing proof that Stuart's Calcium Wafers
do cure pimples and curs them to stay.
In only a few days.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers curs pimples
and similar eruptions by thoroughly
cleansing the blood of all impurities.
With a pure blood supply. It Is simply
impossible for a pimple to remain on
your face. And the Invigorated blood
will replare your dead, sallow skin with
the glowing colors of a perfect complex
ion. Your self-respect demands that you
avail yourcelf of this remedy that thous
ands have proved before yo. Get a too
box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers of your
druggi.it today. Make your dream of
beauty come true. Also malt coupon to
day for free trial package.
RECTORS OF JEWISH
CHARITfES MEET SUNDAY
rv rea-ular monthly meeting of tha
board ct directors of the Associated Jew
ish Charities will be held at the o fries In
the Brandeis building Sunday morning
a IS o'clock.
Free Trial Coupon
T. A. Stuart Co., 303 Btusrt lg.,
Marshall. Mloh.1 Sen.l me at on. . ,
hy return mall, a fr trial package
of Stuart's t'alclum Wafers.
$35, $45, $55, 65, $75
Elegant New Street Dresses
$25, $35, $39.75, $45, $49
Dainty New Dancing Dresses Handsome Coats for all Occasions
$19.50, $25, $29.75, $35 to $59 $19.50, $25, $29.50, $35 to $59
The G reatest Variety of Classy Suits Shown in Omaha
So Beautiful, so Varied, so Attractively Priced, that an attempt to describe them here would
be waste of time and space. We know we have exceeded all previous efforts in this display
and want you to critically inspect and pass judgment. Elegant Silk Suits, the Popular
Semi-Tailleur Street Suits; in fact, every clever suit style that Dame Fashion has
approved for Spring; Rich, plain colorings, checks, stripes, fancies in every most desirable weave and
:X,..$25, $29.50, $35, $39.75 $45 up to $75
Charming New Waists, $5.00 to 1B.OO.
Matt hie Skirt Values, $18.75 to "25.00.
Spring Millinery Openin
Monday, March Thirteenth
We want you to attend this superb display of correct
Showing for the; first time-exquisite Pattern Hats, im
ported and productions by America s most talented artists.
This season offers an unusually wide range of becoming styles. From the
mis season oners an unusually wide range 01 oecoming styles, rromthe
quaint bonnet, trimmed high with montures of beautiful flowers, to ex-
tremeiy large, picture saue sauors witn a toucn 01 a ieatner or novelty to
give them that much-wan ted smart appearance.
Exquisite colors from the soft-toned dove gray to the vivid hues of
scarlet and purple. . Silver-and bronze are also shown. Thousands of new
hats nod you welcome here tomorrow.
Pattern Hats, $15 to $60 Dress Hats, $10 to $30
Street Hats, $5 to $15 Sport Hats, $2.98 to $12.50
The most complete showing in Omaha of Flowers, Feath
ers and Trimmings. .
Hayden's Famous for Silks The New Spring
rinp davit. ailk section Is crowded with an
immense Tarlety of new weaves and colors. With
the price ot silks going steadily higher we are for
tunate in being able to offer our customers splend.d
assortments at no advance In prices.
AMAZON CORDUROYS FOR RKIRTS AND OOATS
Just received 10 pieces of Cheviot Rough Cords
In the new shades. Old Rose. Peach, Danube,
Canary, etc., at 31.50
20 pieces of Lyons Crepe Georgette in street
and evening shades. A line, firm quality, at 81.50
60 pieces of 36-inch exquisite Satin Taffetas aud
Gross de Londre, two special favorites for spring
Suits, at 31.75
Novelty Btriped Chiffon Taffetaa are In great demand,
tee our special' showing of thne new aulte Monday.
The latest atylea In neat aubdued effecta, also the
more elaborate novel tlea. at tSo, $1.85, gl.80
?00 pieces of yard-wide Chiffon Dreae Taffetas In every
new color, fine supple quality that ivea aatiafartlun.
Street ahades and the delicate evening- tlnta. They are
worth a third more than we aak. See them Monday.
200 pieces of 3 and 40-Inch Dreas Rilka In all silk crepe
de chine, ailk poplins, chiffon. tafftaa, radium, nov
elty satins, aatin state tub silks and alilrtinga. .T8o-Sft
3hown In our daylight section Include all the wanted
weaves, French Velours, Gabardines, Bchudda
Cloths ("Priestley's"), Broadcloths, Trench Bergee)
and Epingles Arm ores. Coverts and Scotch Mixtures
at 81.00. 81.50. 81.03
25 pieces of 6 -inch Eplnlss Cords. This is one, of
the very best materials for dresses and suits, in
a full line of new colors. Specially prioed at 8150
100 pieces of Spring Dreea materials in a variety
of weaves; Melrose Cloths, Poplins, French Serges,
42 and 46 Inches wide. Monday, at.. 81.00
Have our tailors make your new Spring Suit. A
large and select stock of new Spring suitings at
your disposal. A first class suit in every respect.
Perfectly fitted and finished, at 825.00
Skirts made to your measure in any style you wish
by first class tailors. A perfect fit In every case. Bee
the new Spring Models In our daylight dress goods
ectlon Monday. For the making 82.00
Starting the Youthful
To the YOUNO GIRLS belong the BIRTH
RIGHT of BEAUTY, the LIFE LONG CHARM
of the CORRECT FIGURE that comes only of
PERFECT CORSETING from the VERY
START. Warner designers hare taken PARTICU
LAR CARE to meet the NEEDS of the growing
form. We take pleasure In announcing that
a complete assortment of the newest front or
back lacing models are now on display In
Corset Department. Ask to see the .
newest in Warner Corsets and Bras- V fill
sleree. This model, style 900-C. Price V" W "
50c to $2.00
Our new Spring and Summer
Laces now In stock.
K special lot of Oriental and
Fine Point de Paris Laces;
worth 25c yard. On sale Mon
day, yard 15o
A beautiful line of Callis and
Notingham Wash Lace; worth
up to 35c. On sale Monday, st,
A special line of Val and Tor
chons; worth 6c to 15c yard,
at, yard . . . .3c. 0 and 7Hc
Three special counters of new
Laces, at . . .40c, 98c and fl.4t
A special line of fine Dreso
Nets and All-Over Laces: worm
up to 12.00 yard. On sale Mon
day, at Wo
Are Receiving High Oommendatior
Crepe de Chine, Georgette weave
(ailk and cotton). In 20 shades,
also black or white, 86-ln. fabric,
Bilk Stripe Shimmer Voile, woven
colored stripes on white and col
ored grounds, 40-lnch fabrics,
Pompadour Marquisette, 36-inch
floral printed wash fabrics, unusu
ally attractive designs, yard..85o
Silk Finish Dress Linens, the new
Roee shades, new greys, mariner
blue, also white, yard 49c
Curtain Materials, Muslins and
Wash Drets Goods
We invite you to share In an
attractive collection of Household
Cottons offered at reei sale prlcas
Mercerised Marquisette, IS to 40
In., plain ribbon edge, colors
ecrue, white and cream. Tho
standard 26c grades, yard. . ...llc
Embroidered Ikrtted Swiss, 40
Inches wide, different site dots.
This 26c fabric In Mondays saK
Bleached Muslin and fine quality
Cambric, choice of thee 10o and
le trade, rarj...
Arnoakear ll-ln. Zephyr and Nure
etrtp Olngnam, at, yard 10e
Unbleached YwUl Toweling, Mon
day's sale, yard. ,
Marqnieetta Sl-tn. embroidered,
all white or dainty colored figures.
Her at, yard .50c
Voile 40-inch all white or with
colored figures. Special designs
confined to this store, yard.. 98a
Organdie -4 0-lnch all . white,
neat embroidered effects, small or
medium, also new stripes. yd.98
Fin Long Cloth, sealed packages,
tu stamping. These are all of fin
est finish, 10-yd. bolt. . .Sl.llMtSo
EXTRA SPECIALS for MONDA Y
25c Silk Veilings, st, )urd
$1.00 Spotlena Hair Brushes
P. K. C. Crochet Cotton, ball
Ladies' Pad Hose Supporters, pair. . . .
Children's Lisle Hose Supporters, pair.
7-plece Stamped Linen Table Bets, set.
11.00 Ladles' Hand Bags, at.
f 2.00 Ladies' Hand nags, at.
$1.50 Thermos Bottles
13.60 Thermos Bottles
f 1.60 Chiffon Auto Veils, at
BOc Embroidery, Per Yard, 15c
A big line of fine 18-idcn
skirt flounclngs and corset
cover embroidery, only, yd. 13c
10c Embroidery, 5 This lot
Includes edges, inserting, head
ings and galloons; worth up to
16o yard. On saleonly, yd. .Oc
2.00 Flounrings, B8c This s
a remarkable line of very fine
40-inch flouncluas. suitable for
fancy frocks, party dresses,
graduation towns, first oom
munlon gowns, etc Special
Monday, only, y&rd B&o
BOe Embroidery at B5c Yard-
This Is a fine line of ft to 17
inch flounclngs In beautiful
patterns, excellent quality, new
designs. A big bargain, only,
A speclsl lot of 4 4 -yard strips
of very fine hand loom em
broidery on sale at Be, TH.,
10c, 12 He, 13c. BOe, 23 yard.
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST IT PAYJ
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