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THK OMAHA SIWDAV mic: .MA Kt II Mil?.
is Going On
in Society Circles
Former Omaha Girl Enpijjfd.
Vr. William Kdan1 Clarke announc-ee
the rn;.ment of tils dsunhW lluth
to Mr. Onrrlt 8. Cannon of New Ynfk
City. Mis Clark moved to New Turk
two yers ago with her fnther ami sl
ir. IIm Hortonse Clarke, and would
hsve Iwrn a drfcutnnte In Omaha Inst
r had she remained here. Minn Clark
attended th I'tilvrrnlty of Nebrssk fur
one year, where she was n, meniher of
the Delta Oamma aororltv, contlniiln
her studies In New Tork after her re
moval to that city.
Mr Cannon la a trftduate of Tale uni
versity, class of lf. Hheffleld Scientific
school. The rnarrlate will faka filar
on Tuesday, the IMh of prll, at tin
Chvreh of the Transfiguration. .v r
Tork. Only the memlier of the Imme
diate family th hrlde and gron.i'
will be present at the ceremony.
Creiphton Students Onjantee.
The senior of the five departments
of Crelnhton university held a smoker
and ireneral fathering Wednesday nlKht
at the art department assembly rooms
and took the first atrpa toward forming
a rlub to b known ks th crelfthton t'ril
ersltjr Endowment aasoelatlon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miles of Hdnoy,
Neb., announce the engagement of their
daughter, Mildred Idella, to Mr. Raymond
William Bauer of Lincoln.
Miss Mile was graduated from Rrow
nell Hall a few year ago. having gone
there for si years, at which time she
studied voice culture under Vr. Free
mantel. Wince then she has been study
ing tinder Mme. Le Baron at Lincoln.
The bride-to-be la also a beautiful dancer
and will appear in a performance of
"Carmen" to be given In Uncoln under
Mme. Ie Baron.
Mr. Bauer la a promising young busi
ness man of Idncoln. 11 la a graduate
of pharmacy and member of Phi Delta,
The wedding will take place the latter
part of June In Sidney.
Honor Ont-of-Town Viiiton.
Mr. and Mr. Maurlco Levlnaon will en
tertain at dinner Hunday at their horn
In honor of Mr. and Mm, William iiarria
of Ft. Paul. Minn., and Mr. Harry Ra
phael of Cheyenne, Wyo., house guest
of Mr. J, L Conn. Cover wilt b laid
Mrs. Harry Raphael.
Messrs. and Meedaiiias
W illiam Itarrl, Charles Ievlnson,
,1. I.. Cohn. Maurice Levlnaon.
Mri. Johannei Goes East.
Mr. Charlc K. Johannes leave for
Washington Wednesday, accompanied by
Mia Emily Burke, daughter of Mr, and
Mr. Edward L. Burke, who will b th
guest of Congressman and Mr. Kant of
California. Mr. Johannes will b Joined
at th Nw Wlltard, in Washington, by
Mlaa Florence Russell. Who will spend
her tn-dajr vacation from Hmlth college
with Mr. Johannes. Mr. Jolsanne ex
pects to be fon two month, visiting
in New Yor be for her return.
Mr. and Mr. T. P. Redmond enter ;
lalned at dinner at th lUnshaw Fri
day evening In bonor of Mis Julia
Owyer birthday. Th decorations were
in green and whita and each gueat wa
given a 81. Patrick' day favor. Covers
wer laid fort
Massr. and Mdama
Kdward P. Welsh, T, P. Redmond.
Drs. and Msdams
T. J. Uwyer, J. IV Dwyr.
Mr. )ella Flanagan.
Misa Julia Uwyer.
Jlugo Wiseman, J. Kaln.
Harold Iwyer. Tom Redmond.
St. Fatriok'i Bay Luncheon.
Mlaa Ethel Tlerney entertained at a
bridge luncheon Friday afternoon. Tha
decorations wars In green and whits
with ft. Patrick's day emblems. Those
Christ Child Society Juniors.
The Christ Child society, which Is on
of Omaha moat acilvs Catholls charity
organisation. Iiaa been doing; soma splen
did work this winter and I planning to
further Increase Its scope by interesting
some nf th younger daughter of the
member In forming a Junior branch to
sew and aav their money for charity.
Among the younger girl who art) Inter
ested are Misses Marlon Hamilton,
Klranor lluikley, Catherine Methane,
Catherine Smyth, Virginia Auldou.
i;thr MoVann, Virginia Crofoot, Mary
Jane Klnsler, Ruth Klnsler, Rxllons,
Hamilton and Kmma Nash.
Mlsa Bophla Adams, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Adams of Milwaukee,
was married In Chicago yesterday
to Mr. Wilson Buchanan, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander O. Buchanan. Mr. Wil
son Buchanan went to Chicago Thursday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan and
daughter. Ml Alice Buchanan, left Fri
day vnJng to b present at th cere
mony. Mr. and Mr. Wilson Buchanan will b
at horn In Omaha after a three week'
honeymoon In th south.
Mrs. Buchanan was h4 resident of
' th Social Settlement her.
Among the Visitors.
Mr. P. J. Molnerny of New Tork I
visiting Mr. Edward Riley.
Mr. A. B. Jaqulth has a her guest
Mrs. O. C. Thompson of Orand Island.
Mum Margaret Lee of Bait Lake City
is visiting Miss Kail Beatty At Highland
Mrs. E. Z. Arnold of Chicago Is ths
boua rust of Colonel and Mrs. V. W.
Arnold. Many affairs ar planning for
Mrs. Edwin Freeman of Lexington. Ky.,
14 th guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
it. C. Freeman, at th Potter. Mr. Free
man was formerly Mlaa Shirley Freeman
of thla city, and many affair will be
given la br bonor.
Holy Angels' Kensington Club.
Among th societies formed for chari
table work this Lent is the Holy Angels'
Kensington club. Mrs. W. J. Cuslck is
president: Mrs. James Forblng, vto presi
dent: Mrs. J. A. Bender, treasurer, and
Mrs. J. J. Walker, secretary. The club
met laat Thursday at the Working Men's
home, an InsUtution of which Kev. Kd
mtui Flaalgaii is pttsideut. The work
Visiting Her Parents in Omaha
i I Cv iceman J
of the afternoon wna the niaklri,' of
quills and comforts for the home. The
club meets next Thursday at Holy An
sela' Imll ami will then bcln on the
sewing for their bazaar of next season.
The society was fermnd with the Inten
tion of raising funds for the building of
a convent for the Iomlnlcan Hleters.
Cinosam Dancing Club.
The Cinosam !Hncing club closed thla
year's series of dances at the Scottish
Rlt cathedral Thursday evening with an
extra burst of sociability and good cheer.
This being the last dance of th season,
the attendance whs large and unusually
gsy. The Clnosnm club tins grown to be
one of the largest and moat popular danc
Ing clubs In the city. It has 110 members
enrolled. Officers for the ensuing year
were olected. A list of the membership
Messrs. snd Mesdamea
RrV,A'.'J A,1,ni- "r. J. ('. Iwrence,
O. C Adwers. . A. Mauley.
': J- Anderson, II. H. Mnnn,
T. V. Andresen. a. H. Ml.kel.
James Allen. ,. o. Merx,
I'scar Allen, . j, Miiu.r,
lr, C. ,11. Ballard, m. h. McDonald,
i KM? r'.T'. K- Miller,
K?n.H' .',"krr-. Monoid,
w' ki" ,1,l"ctu. i. 1'. Morton,
. ' T' ,,.,""rke' W. U. MrOraW,
r -L Va;ly. h. R. Mathson.
Jrank F. Mrown. a. H. Mums,
5an? 1 ",, w- ' Nlohola,
& JA lr.U W. J. Nash,
j D' J-nrn'ron, n. m. Nichols,
. LTinmngnum. .,, i w. pftrtr.
Iv.nL i!... " Powell,
S" tf ' ' A- owles.
it j Kl iNorman Rotholi,
ftlirt Wh'pl'm. ?' WW'
VwJa Tf l-'-en Itasmuassn.
n $ vir?' Harry Rasmussen,
fV r i?T.ier JUsmu.sen,
il' r Funkhouaer I,r- -..lph
Mr. l. Tan'tneT l iShrlVr'
T. M. Oulgard. " 18l,n,Tn..
a. W, (Jreen. p IV 1V.,,,' .
U C. Olbson f; ' s-J V '
M. Uarrleon. m ' j H,"l.
lr. M. 1. tlordon.
V. 1. iina A. M. 8mllh,
fi! il lUney J- R Himpson.
It K Sw I- Hwancutt.
it mn-SS. '; T,st,1,":?nt
Wd T. Ileyden. LMi,s .
M. M. lleptontall, , K- S
1. J. Haaker, Muy s"lry-
J. V). Haarmann. John Sorenson,
C. F. Haarmann, ', ' Hwanson.
6. O. Ilomsn. !' ,.-J?,,""l";r'
C. U. Herring. Xrl'",,U'
fr. A. A. Hnltman, .v fa ti,-
r. A. Johnson, w. n. las.
H. W. Johnson, C. F. Tangeman.
P. Jucknuas, John t'rlon,
A. It. Kelley. John Vols
H. 3. Kuhn. F. C. Voorhles.
t. C. Kuenne. H. . Wlndhelm.
A. Knapp, J H. Walrath.
A. C. Kuael. M. V. Warfleld,
K. F. Kulha. W. P. Wherry.
A. F. Kellstrom, O. B. Welpton,
X. W. Kynett. Victor White.
H. K. Iedyard, C. A. Webber,
l. II. Lough, C. O. Wilson,
M. M. Lyons, R. . Walters,
Raul Lvy, J. T. Tates.
a. W. Lvngr,
Omaha Girls Study Nursing-.
A great Interest is taken in nursing ny
girls of every land, an outcom of th
ttrrlbl war In Kurope, It would em.
Membera cf prominent Omaha families
are elsel with th ambition and three
vlrla enter training this week. Miss
t oulse running, with Mrs. Charles Turner
of Fremont, take up the Young Woman's
Christian association's course In practical
nursing In New Tork tomorrow, miss
Dorothy Marie Brown and Mlaa Marie
lriniev enter the Illinois Training School
for Nurses In Chicago Monday morning.
News of the Wayfarers.
Miss lalsy Hoane will spend this week
at Springfield, O.. th gueet of Mr. Craln,
reaching Omaha about Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. John T. Yatea ar at
JackaonTlll. Fla., and will go to New
Tork and Waahlngton before returning
Mr. Frank Hamilton and little daugh
ter, Exllona. who have been the guest
of Mr. and Mr. Jack Barber In Phoenix
Arts., for 'ral week, are now In Lo
Mr. Olen Wharton, who has been visit
Ing at Richmond, Va.. I now In Weat
Orange, N. J., but will leave thla week
for New Tork City, whr she will Join
Mrs. Moshier Colpetser.
Mra D. II. Wheeler, Jr., who has fceen
visiting In Burlington, Vt , with her
mother, writes friend here that her
mother' condition Is ureatly improved
and that she hopes by summer to be able
to go to the seashore and to New Tork
M)r. and Mrs. M. Shirley returned from
California Thursday evening.
Misa Helen Clarke, th Coad girls. Miss
Helen Murphy and Miss Helen Ingwer
son are expected home from California
about the last of March.
Mlas Ophelia Hayden, Mlaa Sadie Hay.
den snd Mr. Joseph Hayden have re
turned from their California trlu, r,b)
lr. and Mra. B. A. McIermott and chil
dren feme home Saturday.
Mis Martha JV4u. who hat spent C:a
ifc B Coi'n " W' l rVy"
ft VSr""' Vlan.r.
It, T, Cutler, 1 fj llstner
H. H. tlaloorna. j , t? plrry
Willi Crosl.v. W,S' 1
. x ma.
lint month nt the Hotel Fontenelle and
bi i ti the rci Iplcnt of mnny social atten
tion", Iff t lnt Sunilny for Colorado
Sprints, where she Joined her brother,
K. I I'ohlii. for a motor trip to Los)
Vi Kan and other points In New Mexico.
Mrs, diaries It. Keller has Kono at
to vlnlt her son. Harold Keller, in Phila
delphia. Miss Ftnlly Keller, who Is to
attend a Ounce nt West Point, chaperoncl
by Mrs. llnrold Keller, will Join them In
Philadelphia, noxt week. Mm. Keller''
mother, Mrs. pinane, who has been visit
In her son, Captain Poane, at Berkley,
returned to Omaha Thursday.
Mr. F. H. Owen has returned from her
beautiful winter home In Monte Clto,
cl. MVs. Owen made a trip to Ban
tUsgo, and while there went through
msny exciting experiences In connection
with the great floods which have devas
tated that region. Miss Qertruda Owen,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. . Owen,
will graduate this year from Bishop'
school and Mrs. Owen Is expecting to re
turn to California In time for th gradua
Scottish Rite Musicale.
The Hcottlsh Rlt Woman's club will
glva a musicals at the cathedral, Fri
day afternoon, following which a re
ception will b held. The reception com
mittee Includes Mesdame William Berry,
Hayes Osanter, J. Lawrcno. II. A. Wig
ton and Charles Thleme. Refreshments
will ha served by Meedamee William
Nichols, C. S. McOlll. A. I'attullo, II.'
R. Ramsdale, Fred Rchamel, B. F.
Thomas, J, Urlon, B. A. Vsn Itusen, M.
C. Warren and Lou la Zlev. ,
Mra. Karl Riles is In charge of th
musical program, which will b given by
Mia I.uella Anderson, violinist; Miss
Alice Mackenzie, soprana, and Mil.
Hophi Noatlta-Nalmska, nlnnlst. Th pro
gram 1 a follow;
Rnnat In O minor, Mlas Anderson and
Miss Nslmska; Aria, from "Roberto II
Dlavolo," Miss Mackenslej Ave Maria,
Orientals, Chanson Louis XIII, Mis An
derson! Verborgenhlet. a maid sings light,
a spring morning. Miss Mackenzie;
Mnrgen, with violin Obllgato, Mlas Mao-
Birthday Surprise Party,
Mra. Katherln leseder was given a sur
prise party Friday evening on her elxty
third birthday by members of four dif
ferent clubs with which she Is associated.
Th affnlr was given at ths Fwedlsh au
ditorium, 1M guest being present. Ths
evening was spent In dancing and cards,
for which prizes went won by:
Miss Minnie Hoffman.
John Wlaler, I Whltehorn.
Prank Munroe, Miller.
Party for Her Husband.
Mrs. Frank Hooper entertained tha
Orchid dub at a St. Tatrick party
honor of her husband's birthday. The
tabls decorations wera In green and cov
er laid for:
Messrs n Vf . .
J. E. Carmeek. w, R, Hooper,
R. U Dunn. A. P. Hylen,
J. J. Hansen, c, F. McAdama,
rrank Hooer. Meemra.
Messrs. K. Ksteaard.
I K. Hooper,
irs, t'. i Hooper.
Mlas M. U. lloopor.
Affair for Mrs. Ford.
Th regular fortnightly luncheon of th
Omaha Woman's Press club will t
omitted this Thursday, but th club will
glv a luncheon for Mr. Frances Ford
Of Chicago. Sdttor Of the children's
of th Chicago Dally News, on Monday,
March Ji. Mrs. Ford coma to Omaha
that day to be the sneaker at the nt.n
meeting of th Omaha Woman's club. In
cnarg or tne social science department,
which Mrs. Ford organized when sho
lived in Omaha,
Miss Dale Returns Home.
Mtss Martha Dale, who has been visit
ing in the east for the last month, U
expected home the middle of the week.
Mlsa Dal has been the guest of her
sister, Mr. Kidney L. Smith, at Hert
ford, Conn., for th greater part of her
stay la New Kngland. 8he also paid a
short visit to Mrs. Edward O Ilrien at
Norwalk. Conn., and made a few days'
tistay In Lockport. N. T. Mlsa Dale left
for Chicago yesterday.
For Niobrara Guest.
Mr. and Mra. A. F. Blue entertain this
afternoon at their horn in honor of Mr.
and Mra B. H. Thompeon of Niobrara.
The table will have a centerpiece of green
carnations and the place carde will be
Relief Corps Honored.
In consideration of the gold ooln re
ceived last week by th George A. Custer
post, Oi-and Army of th Republic. th
donors of tho gift, th George A. Custer
chapter of th Woman Relief corps,
have been invited to loin I the r.,ri.,h
anniversary celebration of the post on
Mr. and Mra, It W. Tats. Mra. Rehao) a
Morgan and Mr. Hal Tate left last week
for a month In California.
Mra Arthur Qulou ia visiting In llully
For Indian Princess.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tunniwoti gave a
j'unchcon p;uty at the I'nlversl!) club
WILL SOON LEAVE TO MAKE HER !
HOME AT GRAND ISLAND. I
Friday afternoon for Princes Tslnlana
lied Feather. Covers were laid for:
Princess Tslnlana Red Feather.
Mcaars. and Mesdamee
Thomas Kelly, Oenrge Tunnlson.
Mr. Charles Wakefield Cadman.
Daisy Kensington Affair.
Mrs. Charles Kantsky entertained the
falsy Kensington club st her home
Wednesday afternoon. Those present
A. Christlnsen, .1. Rtha,
F. Glass, A. Hug.
W. Hhellberg. G. Hs ysdorfer.
F. Machal, W. Shaw.
C. Fix a.
Spring Vacation Plans
Mr. Douglas Guy Cavers, who Is a
student at tha Tom school, Port De
posit, Md., will spend th spring vsea
tion at his horn In Omaha.
Miss Gertrude Porter and Miss Helen
Bhepard, who are students at Miss
Mason's school nt Tarrytown. N. T.,
are spending their Easter vscatlon with
Miss Marlon Lowell, at Baco, M.
Phi Rho Sigma Smoker.
Th Iota chapter of th$ phi Rho Sigma
gave a smoker to the membera of th
faculty of th College of Medicine of Ne
braska university at the chapter house
Friday evening. Th affair was on of
the most successful of th season on ac
count of the large number of faculty
men present. Three Interesting number
on th evening's program were given by
Ptork Northrup and Amoebra Cultra.
Call for Officers.
Mrs. Otto flhowors was hostess Thurs
day afternoon to th J. F. W, alub at
th annual election of officer and the
octal meeting that followed th business
Mr. N. IU Tyson entr:alned a par.y of
twelve Thursday afternoon at a matin
t th Orpheum, followed by t at th
Social Affairs in Planning.
Th Vesta chapter of the Order of the
Eastern Star gives a high five and whist
party at Masonlo tempi Wednesday
McKlnley lAdleg' auxiliary of th B'nnl
Rrlth la arranging an Informal danolng
party to b given t th Hotel Rom
Tuesday evening, April i.
th meeting of the Harmony, club,
which was to have been held Saturday
with Mr, and Mrs. A. W, Scribner, has
been postponed to April 1,
Miss Nell Dudgeon, woh has been III
with soarlet fever, la recovering and able
to alt up for a short while during th
Mr. 3. J. WUlog and daughter Mil
dred of Lincoln and Miss Mary Coleman
of Chicago hav been called to Omaha
by th serious Illness of Mr. John Brady.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Miller and sons,
Wesley and Stanley, left Saturday for
Orand Junction, la., to spend th week
end with Mr. Miller's sister, Mrs. May
aard. Mrs. O. W. Harvey left Saturday for
Safford, Aria, called their by th srl
ou Illness of her brother, Mr, 8. O.
Campbell, who twenty-five year ago was
well known In Omaha In real estate and
Mra. Elisabeth O'LInn Smith, regent nf
Rev. Reuben Pickett chapter, Daughters
of th American Revolution, of Chadron,
Neb., la In th olty en route home from
attending the atate conference held at
IJncoln last weak.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mlsa Hdlth Hamilton la spending the
week In IJncoln.
Mr. and Mra. Ralph Peter have ar
rived home from a month spent In Bel
Mrs. D. C. Btapleton returned Saturday
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Har
bor at Phoenix, Arls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. How land and
daughter. Miss Marjorte Howbutd, have
returned from California.
Mrs. Lee Daly of Chicago, who has
spent some time as the gueat of her
mother, Mra. John H. Furay, has returned
to her home.
Mr. Farnam Smith returned Tuesday
from Palm Reach, where he and his
uncle, Mr. It. F. Smith, have been spend
ing some time.
It takes but a mtnute of time to save
dollars when you read The Be Want Afl
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Cleaning In Connection.
PEERY RUG FACTORY
rhoa Bed 8343. 9431 C tuning St.
TEACHER OF PIANO
sa rioot rattersoa Blk.,
ITth an ranam. DoufUl TSSs.
Mr. Frank Jt;"". Tuscola, ill., Is
vlsltlne- Mr and Mrs. Henry Anderson
Mrs. R. A. Cole of Ohio Is tlsltlng her
s'-n for a fen- we'k.
Mr. F.llxsln-th Ad expe.-is lo letve
KoortlV for Town. W f ere Hlie will VlHlt
ienthe and friein!s tor a few month".
Mr. ami Mrs. llonr Anderson spent
Ti. sihy mill W'c!m.l :y In I'.liilr viMting
friends ;irnl relative...
VT . .Miiry Mnnn "i Hi an. Tev, nr
I ivcil in Flor.hrc Wi iln n! iv to spend
the Hummer with her prnwlpnrcn, Mr.
r.n. I Mr P. f Tucker
I.. T. Amis, h-ivlnif -old hi blacksmith
l.uvlnrm to Joreph S'cckn. expect. to
Iciivc shortly for tlie sciltri with his wife,
who h been in poor health.
The (irld Kellons nn I the Ib-bekahs en
tertained at a ha nonet at their hall on
Friday evinina at i roll call session.
Over If) couples sat down to a sumptuous
repast, which was Interspersed with
Mrs. llaltle Huird left Sunday for a
short business trip to Missouri.
Mrs. W. O. Nelson entertained Friday
evening the senior class of Florence High
And Still They Come
Wa have Jut rcyed an
other shipment of fascinating
Pattern Hats. The collection in
cludes Watteau, Sailor and
towering Turban effects In
every fashionable shape and
They portray every late
style tendency and you will be
agreoably surprised by their
Very Moderate Prices
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Omaha's Most Exclusive Millinery j
1823 Farnam Street U
Announce a display oj f
elegant, popular priced Model flats. !
1909 Capitol Ave., Omaha.
El II H I1 '' II I (I
ww M .. ii ... -f --f n r aj-f i (Jlvf M-"a)"i,-M '
school. About fifteen were present snd
ureatly en.toyed the evenlnu.
The minstrel show which will be given
by the Kajrles' Milltarv hand on Thurs
day and Friday. Maren 30 and 31, will be
the blfc socl-il event of the season In Flor
ence. All the music 'r the production Is
specially written for this occasion by the
leader, If. If. Rohrs. Resides th cus
tomary first part the second act will
consist of the mu.slc.it farce, "The Isle
of Flew." depicting the adventures of
the shipwrecked minstrel company on a
cannibal Islsnd. In this act there will
he Int i-oiliired a number of specialties,
and the son? will have a local color.
Mrs. William Aiulerson Is. spending a
couple of necks In Schuyler. Neb., vilt
Ini her sister.
The I ales' DaniinK club entertained
about IcO couples at 1 St. Patrick's dance
at th!r hall Friday evening.
l-ocmard Schiilze, who has been spend
ing the winter at Wnur.i, Neb , returned
to. Florence ffimday evrnlne.
C. J. Kicrle and M. H. Thompson left
Monday evening for Kansas City. Mo.,
on a business trip. They were Joined by
their wives Wednesday and returned
Mrs. II. J. HnrrinL'ton entertained Cir
cle No. .' of tho Ladies' Aid society of
the Presbyterian e hi.rch at her home
Tuesday afternoon. After a pleasant
afternoon a dainty luncheon was served.
The ninth grade- of the Florence school
33&rff5 15th and Douglas 33sr&&
Madam, When We Go to the New York Market
We go there for you. , You and your friends, an the persons we
have in mind when we buy apparel. We spend weeks there visiting
the best manufacturers. We're as careful as can be to separate the
wheat from the chaff mighty particular about materials decidedly
fussy about styles and we're confirmed cranks when it comes to
values. Hence it's no wonder more and more women each season rely
entirely upon us in the matter of dress.
Our Collection of Suits is Beautiful
Sprlna suits were never prettier. Be-eomlna-
stvles, and so sensible, with
their widelsklrts and eaey-flttlns; jack
eta. In cloth we show all the mate
rlala In checks, stripes end solid
colors In every nw style tendency.
$15, $20, $25, $35, $45
Smart and Swagger Are
The Coats for Spring
Kvery woman needs a coat for
Spring days or cool Hummf
evenings. W show beautiful
styles for all purposes.
Ooat for ffport Wsar.
Coats for Ontlng-s.
Coats for Automobllin;.
Ooat for Dressy Us.
We offer extensive aseortments
In either cloth or silk In all th
accepted mode at unusually rea
$10, $15, $20, $25, $30
SO A DOUGLAS
March 22, 1916
From the Leading Purls Houses
In FdSrics and Dress Accessories
met Wcilncdy afternoon snd elected
these officer. for the rest of tho year.
President. Perth Ue; vice- president. VI
retla Tiarham; secretary, Mae lTint:
treasurer. Harry HilsMn; eerseant-at-nuns.
Cecil Pnrham ami Robert Letlvsky.
Circle No. i of the Lniies' Aid society
of the Presl terian cMirch will enter
tain at a shadow box social at the church
parlors Thursday evening.
Horn-To Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Conrad
Sunday, a hoy.
Mrs. n. II. Olmsted, who has been vis
iting her daughter. Mrr Pentley (1. Mr
Cloud. In fhicneo. returned home Sunday
AMES AGGIES WIN
DEBATE AT LANSING
LANPINO. Mich.. March 1. Inwa State
college last night defeated Michigan Ag
ricultural ootlegn In a debate on the sub
ject "Rraolved, That there bo vested In
the federal government excluatve rlalu
to manufacture and sell arm and nv.i
hltlons of war." Iowa had the negative.
GOVERNOR AMNIONS TO
SPEAK HERE WEDNESDAY
Former Oovernor K. M. Ammons of
Colorado Is to speak to the Commercial
club at a public affairs luncheon at noon
March 22. "Development of Water Power
In tho West" Is to be his subiect.
Fashion decrees silk for dressy
suits. We offer a wonderful assort
ment In taffeta, poult de sole, proa de
londres and ailk frallle. We also have
smart sulta In combinations of silk
$25, $30, $35, $45, $65
DAINTY NEW DRESSES,
Crepe de Chine? Meteor
Taffeta. All the New Shades,
CHIC XEW ULOUfiES.
Crepe de Chine Georgette
With the new frills, in all ner
SEPARATE SILK SKIRTS.
Very smart in Taffeta, .Black,
$7.50, $9.50, $14.50
The Silk Shop
211 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
E. A. BESS1RE
This second floor silk
shop is a busy place where
you can find the smart
and, wanted silks at a sav
ing from 15 to 25 per cent.
Fifty pieces of
I nix Silk Mill's
received celebrated dress
the best taffeta made in Amer
ica; 12 shades of blue and
every fashionable spring- shad
Including black. Sold around
town at $1.95. Our price
VERY SPECIAL 1,200 yds. of
fancy and plain wear silks. In
suit and dress lengthB,
worth $1.69, at yd
ALL POINTS EAST
Two Solid Steel Trains
Tickets and Information at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
407 South lata St
District Passenger Afent.
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