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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1916)
THK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAKCll 3J, HUB.
Mother of Maude
Adams is Dead
PAW UKK C1TT. March 1. fra.
Annl Aaenath Adama Ktkalden, mother
of Maud Adams. lled here, at 10 o'clock
last night Matida Adama, who cancelled
her New Tork theatrical enaementa In
order to at tha bedalde of her dylnf
mother, a with her.
Maud Adama concluded ibnirtljr her
New Tork aninMrement laat Saturday
ntltht and If ft for Bait Immediately,
arriving here at noon Wednesday. Tha
aetreaa engaged rooma lit tha hoapltal In
which her mother waa a patient and re
mained at her alda ronatantly until her
mother died laat nlaht.
Mra. Klakaddrn win born In a In cabin
near Pall lJVa In 1W. Pha fia an ama
teur actreaa while a amaJl drl and mada
her rrofeaalonal dtbut In the Bait Ike
Theater Stock company In tha role of
nrace Otla In the "People'e Lawyer" on
BIDS OPENED FOR SEWER
WORK IN NINE DISTRICTS
It takea hut a mlnutt- ot time to aave
dolLara when you read The Bee Want A4
J-'luna of the opening of the 1316 public
Improvement program were evident In the
city engineer' a office, where blda were
opened for newer work In the following
nine dintrfta: Klfty-firat atreet. Howard
to Iieavenworth atreeta: Pontenelle park;
OITford park atorm water aewer; Thirty
fifth and J to Thtrty-aeventh and M
atreeta; Clifton Hill, from Thlrty-elxth
and Ohio atreeta, northeaet; R atreet.
Thlrty-atxth to Thirty-ninth atreets;
Twenty-third afreet. N to P atreeta;
Ieey avenue. Korty-aecond atreet to
Pnddle Creek aewerj Koi ty-eighth atreet.
lavenworth to Howard eirci. j
. 1. ..Ill 1.A MadAr
at the coun.il meeting next Tuesday
Key to the Situation Bea Want Ads.
Ami . . .' ...
Fashion To The Fore With The Most Fascinating
Styles Ever Shown In Any Spring Opening Exhibit
Costume historians of the future will chronicle this Spring season
of 1916 as the supreme effort of master designers to catch and hold '
that vill-,o-the-visp--STYLE--and present it in fascinating array.
Beginning on Monday, and continuing for many days, our Annual Spring Exposition of the
newest Evening, Afternoon and Street Gowns, Costume Suits, Tailleurs, Wraps and Coats,
Millinery, Sport Apparel, Blouses, Footwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Neckwear, Silks, Dress Goods,
Fabrics of all types and Apparel for the Younger Set will be given in this store.
A TINY peep at the new costumes gives
the impression of a loveliness that
holds one spell-bound-the colors of the
sunset, the glorious riot of tones from
Spring's awakening materials so light
and filmy and beautiful that one wonders
how even the most deft fingers can manip
ulate them. , v
ASH ION is reverting back to the Colo
nial period, with all the pinking and
rufflings and ruchings, and in its very sim
plicity and charm, it fascinates.
But why go on? A true picture of
even one gown would take columns and
columns of type to delineate
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO BE PRESENT AT
THIS SPRING OPENING ON MONDAY MORNING
A New Departure
So many women who came to view the wonderful Spring Gowns in previ
ous years expressed the idea that it would have been agreeable to them if
they could have had the opportunity to purchase moderate priced apparel on
the same day, that we have departed from our regular custom this year and
will present to all .who desire to share in the offering, groups of Suits,
Dresses, Coats and Skirts which we have assembled for this particular oc
casion. Just a hint of the prices will suffice:
50 High Grade Tailored Suits, values,
$35.00, $39.00, $12.50 and $45.00, at $29.50.
A Group of Silk Afternoon Frocks, val
ues, $30.00 and $35.00, at $22.50 each..
Coats for Street, Sport and Dress wear,
values, $19.00; $22.50 and $25.00, at $15.00.
Sport and Dress Skirts, some for stout
women; values, $7.50, $8.98 and $10; $6.39.
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