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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1916)
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PpcocMli nMurrla of Mis
Iow and Win Arlhtir MHytie 1i
' tWWMtblm tvr ttrrwml afaflrs that oe-
8ui i4 tfQTtBf th lact week. Mr. and
lr 8wm and Mr. nl Mr. Btone
planned the dance that was given Mrn
I day vBtnr; Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Mavne
' a dinner In their honor on Thurs-
dayj Mr. and Mrs. C O. Ouren enter
tained for them Friday evening, and MVs
Panona and Mr. Pooley rave a lunch
1 an for MlM Dawson on Saturday. Other
affaire will come later.
Mrfl. Frank Corey of Omaha gave a
, party Wednesday afternoon !n honor cf
her godchild, Dorothea Stieely of thU
city, daughter of Mr. anil Mn Bert
Sheely, wh won the red n'oKin In Cla.es
B tn tha Pierce street baby health con
test. The t-uests were twelve mothers
, and their bablea.
Mrs. P. B. Dunbar entertained the
members of the McPhcr.'on Aveniu Im
provement olob at a epclal m.etin.1 rn
Monday afternoon. The memiier ppent
tli a tlma making aprons nnd siinhonnets,
'to fill orders, the proceed to jo nd led
t the ciub'a treasury. After a busy
afternoon, refreshments were served ly
.-.no ucmicss. inn reel nr mce'tn? nr Trie
club will be held Monday of next week,
the place to be announced lir.-r.
Tha meeting of the J. K. club has bon
Indefinitely postponed on accocnt of ill
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bwan and Mr. and
I Mrs. W. A. Stone entertained nt an in
. formal dance Monday evening In honor
'of Miss Edna Dawson and Mr. Arthur
iMayna, who aro to be married soon.
Twenty-four ruests were present. The
I rooms were cleared for danclnir and
Wlnn'e orchestra furnished music. Supper
wm served late In the evening,
j The regular meeting of the Associated
.Charities was held Monday afternoon at
'the public library. In the absence of the
I president. Miss DodKe presided. Various
matters of routine business wero trnns
j acted and regular reports Riven. Mrs".
I narollne Johnson, superintendent of the
Q-eche, reported that during the past
month forty-eight children have been
I eared for at the Institution. Membership
In the Young Women's Christian asso
ciation have been given to a number of
'the glrla, and a number of them have
also been given gymnasium suits. Mrs.
Johnson reported that the resixinse to
ithe request made last month fur baby
'clothes had been most generous, result
ing In the outfitting of the little folks
vno were in neea or garments. Mrs. l:d-
ward P. Schoentgen gave a talk on the
proposed plans for summer work, asking
the Associated Charities to oo-onerato.
'with the Mothers' clubs and arrange to
jhave tha old children at the Creche Join
'the Garden clubs. At the close of Mrs.
Schoentgen' 9 talk the association voted
to take up the work as suggested.
Mrs. W. J. Leverett entertained tha
'members of Circle No. 2 of the First Con
gregational church on Tuesday afternoon
'at her homo on East Pierce street. A
I short business session was held at which
various plans for the work were dis
cussed, after which the arternoon was
pent socially. Mrs. Leverett was as
lalBted in entertaining by Mrs. O. J. JIo
Manua and Mrs. A B. Walker. t
Mr. and Mrs. David O. Barnell, who
were recently married at Harlan, were
given a surprise Tuesday evening at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jane
White, by a number of Omaha friends
who gave them a miscellaneous shower.
AH sorts of attractive thinps for house
keeping were brought by the guests, who
remained for a social evening after the
urprlse. About twenty-two guests were
Mrs. F. II. Holllngsworth entertained
the members of the Tuesday History
club at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her homo
on Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon was
followed by the usual study program.
Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Dawson
have issued Invitations to tho wedding
of their daughter, Edna Anna, and Mr.
Arthur Harlan Mayne. which will take
place at their home, 803 Seventh avenue,
March 25, at 8 p. m.
A most ellghtful' party was given for
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Butler Saturday
venlng at their home north of Crescent.
the occasion being tho anniversary of
their marriage. Five tables of progressive
high five were played and a course sup
per was served. Covers were placed for
Momlngslde chapter of Ft. Paul's guild
held a combined meeting and tea Tues
day afternoon at the homo of Mrs.
George Shoemaker. 121 Stutsman street.
An especially Interesting program was
enjoyed by tho Ideal club on Tuesday
afternoon at tho home of Mrs. 11. S. Ter
wllllger. The program opened with a dis
cussion of current events led by Mrs.
Will Pyper. after which the members
continued the study of Japan, taking up
for discussion the manners and customs
of the people of that country. Mrs. A.
C. Brown told most entertainingly of the
home life, tho food and tlie. clothing of
the Japanese. Mrs. Tcrvvilllt,er riescrihed
some of the ceremonies and to'd of the
holidays and festivals. Mrs. J. M. Ouinier
told of some of the superstitions of the
Japanese and Interesting bits of folk
lore. Mrs. M. B. Moon told of the hos
pitality of tho people of Japan mil
described the tea ceremony of that
country. At a short Bes.slmi It was de
rided to hold a sale of home cooking
for the purposa of raising tho club's
contribution to the scholarship nnd loan
funJ. The regular meeting will be held
"ext Tuesday afternoon ut the home of
The Woman's Club of the Railway Mall
Service entertained at an evening patty
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs.
W. S. Lelghton on East Pierce Mroet.
The husbands of the member were
ruests for the evening and various games
and amusements were provided. Refresh
ments were served late In the evening.
Mrs. C. 8. Lefferts entertained at the
first meeting of the Garden club for this
season. She wa assisted In entertaining
by Mrs. J. G. Woodward. Plans for the
season were enthusiastically discussed,
and, while no members had flowers to
bring, several reported a most critifying
allowing among their bulbs. The Hub
will have a regular year book this year,
appropriately bound In green. with a
flower-bedecked cover, and will take up
a more systematic line of floiicupure than
has been previously used. The member
ship Is limited to twenty ami the dull
begins the year with the ranks full. The
two hostesses served .refresh men tH after
the business meeting. The next nuet'iig
will be March 28 at the home of Mis.
Woodward, at which time several of the
members hope to be able to exhibit tho
first blossoms from their garden.
Mrs. Floyd Pates was hostess of the
Fuller Avenue Kensington club Tuesday
fternoon. Mualc and kensiugton work
occupied the afternoon and refr shmi nt.s
Mrs. J. B. Atkins has had as her guests
this week Dr. and Mrs. Ueoig,. M o -ri.ie
of Gli n wood.
The Indies' Auxiliary to the lt:rr
Carriers' association was ent.-i t ii'ie.1 , u
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mis.
Henry FroliarJt. All but one of Ihe uiciu-
Omaha Girls Who Are
bers were present. A guessing game was
enjoyed and at a short business session
the following officers were elected: Mrs.
J. P. Johnson, president; Mrs. II. Whis
tler, vice president; Mrs. A. A. Hansen,
eecretary-t reasurt r.
Mrs. Robert K. Phyrock, who has been
the guest of Judge and Mrs. Walter I.
Smith, left for her home In Kansas City,
Mo., Monday morning.
Mrs. L. J. P.urns entertained the mem
bers of the Primrose club nt her home on
Wednesday afternoon. Sewing nnd music
occupied the afternoon, after which n
two-course luncheon was served by the
hostess. Kight members were present.
Tho cluh will bo entertained on next
Wednesday arternoon nt the home of Mrs.
llllrmrn on Fourth avenue.
Miss Haho Young entertained the mem
bers of the c. T. s. Kensington club at
her home on Wednesday arternoon. Club
guests were Mrs. J. V. Crowe, Mrs. J. .7.
Crowe, Miss Alice McAdams nnd Mrs.
Paul. In a guessing contest prir.es were
won by Mrs. Kohert Young, Mrs. Guy
Holt and Mis. Paul. The hostess was
presented with two pretty hnnd-palnted
plates. A three-course luncheon was
served. The cluh will bo entertained
next Wednesday afternoon at tho home
of Mis. Holt.
Tho South Vide Kensington club was
entertained Wednesday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Frank Nelson. Games and
Kensington won. were enjoyed and
prizes were won by Mrs. Everett Grimes
and Mrs. Nels Johnson. Tho dub will
meet In two weeks at the home ot Mrs.
The Hook Ixivers met Wednesday aft
ernoon at the lioino of Mrs. Charles
Hannan. sr., and commenced the study
of Charles Dickens' novel, "The Tale of
Two Cities." Mrs. C. II. Parmelee told
of tho period in which tho story Is laid
and of the rulers of France and Eng
land In 1775. .Mrs. Mary E. Dulley told
of the principal events In the first half
dozen chapters of the book and rend ex
tracts descriptive of the meetings of Mr.
Lorry and Miss Pross. Tho club will
meet witli Mrs. Hannan again next
Tho I'nlversity club was entertained
on Wednesday afternoon at tho home of
Mrs. IX. G. Ridfern. Tho time was spent
in the continuation of tho study of South
America. Mrs. Mark Sears led the history
lesson on "South American Life." The
magazine article on Rio do Janeiro was
discussed under the leadership of Mrs.
Frank Shepard. Tho club will meet
March 29 at the home of Mrs. Sears.
Mrs. If. Johnson entertained the mem
bers of tho L. T. club at a 1 o'clock
luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Johnson was assisted In entertaining by
Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. G. O. .lulwisun. In
addition to the club members she had a"
gues's Mrs. J. T. Jones, Mrs. Weather
bee, Mrs. I'. W. Johnson, Mrs. Roberts
of Rawlins, Wyo., and Mrs. Gaisford.
The afternoon waa spent with kenslng
ton work. The club will be entertained
March 29 at tho home of Mrs. J. C.
The Quiz club entertained at a hard
times party Wednesday evening at the
Cnigit3 of Pythias hall. The guests
came in appropriate costumes, some of
which furnished much amusement. About
forty were present. Winn's orchestra fur
nished music for dancing, a feature of
the evening being t lie leap year privilege
bestowed upon each young woman, who
selected her partner for each dance. Iate
in the evening coffee, doughnuts und
sandwiches were served.
A son was born on March 15 to Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Ixing on Marcy street.
Mrs. 1 1. F. Mills of Moose Jaw, Sask.,
Canada, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
David Johnson on Pacific street. Mrs.
Mills expects to remain in Omaha for
some time, her husband having Joined
the army in Fngland.
Mrs. A. J. Wlsler was quite 111 last
week with bronchitis at her home on
Mrs. Edmonds of Norfolk, Neb., was the
guest last week of her mother, Mrs. O.
Pieliard, at I'ifty-thlid and Center.
Mrs. Jack Rostock und daughter Vera
of GleiiAood, hi., spilt Saturday and
Sunday with friends and relatives In
The Grace s.ixe FUtJe class will meet
Tuesday at 10 a. m. with Mrs. F. E.
lietisnmn at 4'il Center.
I'. K Van Meter of ilamhurg, la., vis
ited lust week with his daughter, Mrs. J.
J. I'ulmer, and Mr. Fulmer.
M1r.. Thomas Blackett of Irvington,
Neb., wag the guest last Sunday of her
son, Wilmer R- Blackett. and family.
Edward MeCrcary of Des Moines, la.,
formerly of Omaha, was the guest last
week of Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. '. M. Robinson of Grand
Island, Neb., visited Mrs. J. M. Robin
son, who is staing with Mrs. John Img
on l.fty- ighth street.
The T Nein-Ksimia g;oo a dance at the
Woodmen h-'iM on Thursday evening.
The Wist Side Women's Christian Titn-
I eli. Ill e Linen will held All institute at
the ,einiii''s .M.ihodid church Thursday,
Mnieh This will an all-day meet-
j,.g I ur. v.. 4,,.uL,rs rL. M ,-s
I V I
Training for Nursing
MaalsaaVft-ilf's -A .-
Riss THarie Fixidlcy
C. W. Hayes. Mrs. William Berry and
Mrs. G. W. Covell.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dlmbleby. who
have lived here for several years, left
last veek for Montana, where they have
a ranch and expect to make their homo.
Mrs. E. IT. Stevens entertained Infor
mally at her homo Wednesday afternoon
for Mesdames F. W. Jensen, N. F.
Thompson, H. G. Claggett, H. S. Nielsen
and K. G. Cirover.
Mrs. IT. W. Stewart entertained at her
home Saturday afternoon for the Misses
Eldora Gantz, Bertha Hensman, Bertha
Hnrtman. Olga Elmborg, Henrietta Jack
son and Ethel Hammond.
Mrs. A. O. Ream entertained at dinner
Thursday evening In honor of the birth
day of Mr. Charles R. Stewart. Covers
were laid for Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Stultx,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Stewart, Mr.
and Mrs. M. N. Stultz and Mrs. A. Ream.
Mrs. W. H. Smith entertained at a ken
singtnn at her homo on Marcy street
Friday afternoon, when the following
guests were present: Mesdames Joseph
Boyer, O. W. Sommer, Frank Wagner,
S. E. Brown, Emll Groman, Loroy F ra
zed, Husaell, Barkley and Plummar.
Mrs. Glen Gerken entertained at her
home Wednesday afternoon for the fol
lowing guests: Mesdames A. G. Knight,
S. P. Jonas, J. Hert. M. F. Brewster,
George Baldwin and Thomas McDonald.
Mrs. David Johnson gave a St. Patrick's
day surprise party In honor of Mr. John
son's birthday Friday evening. Covers
were laid for Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman, Mr. and
Mrs. John Robshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sundherg,
Mrs. Todd. Miss Kate Cogan, Mrs. IT.
y. Mills, Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada, and
Miss Verna Todd.
The Royal Neighbors will give a large
card party at tho Woodmen hall Wednes
day evening. March 22. Refreshments
will lie served.
The Ladies' Aid society was entertained
by Mrs. W. S. Shafer last week on
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30.
Benjamin FYeese baa purchased the
Harry Clarke property on Twenty-seventh
street and haa already moved In
which his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Pchrleber of the
South Side have purchased the White
bungalow on the Fort Crook boulevard
near Sixteenth street and expect to move
Wilber Cockrell has bought the Bangs
property at the corner of the Fort Crook
boulevard and Sixteenth street and la
remodelling the houso preparatory to
Tho high school students held a "sneak
day" last Monday. Every student in the
srhool took a voluntary vacation, and
as a result no classes were held. The
whole student body held an outing at'
Coffin Springs. I
The annual village election will take
place Tuesday, April 4. at the old court
house. Two t ri i f p n i -i . -
- . ' w . ieJ. i
u ..mo una iion i'-iiui.na ror tne orrices
so far. The polls will be opto from T to 9.
Several residents of Bellevue have ex
pressed their intention of attending the.
land sale April 5 at the farm f Thomas
Thompson, three inllis northeast of
The hoard of trustees of the village will
re. eiu l ids at the meeting (,n April 3
for ! asiin! some hay land. belonging t,
f -A y
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the village. Tliey are situated west and
north of the town. j
The Woman's Home Missionary society'
met at the home of Mrs. W. N. Paxton I
on Thursiiay last we.k. !
of the South Side
Misses Hessie Ainsworth, Hope 1 1 iti
bard and Jessie Tucker spent the week
end at Lincoln.
The O. F. F. club was entertained at a
luncheon nt the homo of Mls Hope
lllbbard Thursday afternoon. The table
had a centerpiece of green carnations
and the favors were green silk bats.
All the members of the club were pres
ent. One of the finest programs of the year
was given nt the last meeting of tho
South Side Woman's club Tuesday after
noon In lllirary hall. Art and architecture
was the topic. Mi s. William. I 'avis was
the leader. Mrs. F. A. Cressey gave,
"The Origin of Dutch School." Mrs.
J'avis. "The Portrait Painter, Rem
brandt," Mrs. F. C. Oliver, "Cnyp, the
Landscape Painter;" Mrs. II. C. Vermil
lion, "Hyke Mussuin." Five-minute talks
wero given by Mrs. George Brown, on
"Haarlem Cathedral;" Mrs. P. 8. Moore,
"Winter Palace;" Mrs. M. F. Reynolds,
"Old Dutch Prison." and Mrs. G. G.
Neuman, "Wind Mills."
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Morris entertained
the cnolr of tho Grace Methodist church
at their home Friday evening. Announce
ment of the engagement of ene of the
members, MIbs Tlllo Scutter, to Joseph
Bartlett was made. Tho marriage will
take plaeo In tho near futCire.
Miss Ruth Griffin entertained at a St.
Patrick's party Friday evening at her
home. The decorations and entertain
ment of the evening was appropriate
for the day. Eight couples were present.
Tho Woman's Homo and Foreign Mis
sionary societies of the city were en
tertained Friday afternoon by Mesdames
John Robb, Fred Goerno and J. W. Mor
ris at the homo of the latter. This was
a typical Irish affair. The house was
prettily decorated In green and Irish
luncheon was served by Irish maids. A
very entertaining program was given.
I'orty members and guests were pres
ent. Tho regular meeting of the "Three
Square club" was held nt the homo of
Miss Magna Horn Wednesday afternoon.
About all the members were present and
tho usual program was given.
Mrs. C. C. Clifton entertained the lad
dies of the Christian church at her home
at a tea Wednesday. After a short busl
nees session Mrs. Ernest Smith gave a
Mrs. W. B. Routt entertained the Jit
ney club at luncheon Friday. The after
noon waa SDent ln kenslngton work.
Misses Lucille Nltsche and Sadie Roth
holt went down to Lincoln to attend the
state basket ball tournament last week.
Miss Rothholtz was the guest at the
lielta Delta Delta sorority house and at
tended the Junior hop.
Miss Helen Cressey entertained the Card
club Tuesday evening. Tho house was
decorated suggestive of St Patrick's day.
Those present were: Misses Eleanor
Alexander, Helen Dennis, Sadie Roth-
holtz, Magna Horn, Lucille Nltsche and
Helen Cressey; Messrs. Verdan Clark,
Paul Monroe, Ralph Henry, James Davis,
James Norlhrup, Bryan Nixon and 1'aul
Tho Rev. J. W. Kirk pat rick of North
Platte, former pastor of the Grace
Methodist church of this city. Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Maberry for
a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Maberry will
celebrate their golden wedding anniver
sary next Wednesday.
Mrs. W. J. Hrennan entertained the
Pull Kearney Woman's Relief corps at
her home. 3W4 South Twenty-sixth street,
last Saturday afternoon. After the trans
action of a few business matters, the
afternoon was spent In visiting Dainty
refreshments were served by the host
ess. The meeting was largely attended.
The Bethany girls of the Grace Metho
dist church were entertained by Mrs. A.
F. Stryker Friday evening. Tho decora
tions wero spring flowers. Members pres
ent were: Misses Ann Crowe, Helen Den
nis, Cleora Franz, Nellie Carroll, Hessie
Miller, Irene Schoenlng, Helen Van .Sant,
Pearl Blubaugh, Flossie Romlnder, Doris
Van Sant. Gertrude liethlm and Marie
Mrs. George Shallcross was given a
pleasant suiptiso Friday cenlng at h-r
home. The evening was passed In a so
cial good time. ThoHO present were:
Mesdames Smith, Bruce, Stlckley, Fisher,
Newman. Wells, Cornpton, Way, Whiten,
Brown, Thurman, Allen, 8. Whiten. Pearl,
J. Newmun and Stearns; Misses May me
Shallcross. Winifred Shallcross, Ruth
Shallcross, Slera Schnell. Fay Stearns.
1'earl Groves. Gladys Wells, MableGroTeg,
Rlge Pearl, Dolly I'earl and Helen Pearl;
Messrs. John Brown, Way, Compton. Per
rfne, Broderson. I'earl. Karl Weth, Lloyd
Groves, Clarence Henry, George Boyd,
J. Allen, Warren Miller, Walter Nhall
crohs, Rev. Shallcross, Carl Lutz, I('wls
Fisher, otto Smith, Jack Smith, Alex
Smith, Donald Way, Guy Rhyno, Clyde
Fi.shi r, A Hart Newman, Joe Slavel and
1 1 r-
Mrs. Simon Hurt .. slowly recovering
fr.Mii nil, 1 k of parnlysls
Vt I, I". Hurwrll has g.-ne to spend
a locilr ,-f vcik l h relatives In Sen -aid.
M "s !.,,-:. .-vlllr.g r 1 urncd fiom a visit
III : le- 'I'V la d We, .es d:v .
A .1 Marh of Shenandoah, la , and
Mis " S. Boner of 1'orlev. Idlho. were
M - I- t weeK nt th,. I 1. Metier home.
. .1 Ml.is eel. 11, lined i,t oiiun 1
Sii'"' v foi Mi rn I Mrs. Ilelti'.cnnan.
v I'o lit for their new home In M ultima.
Mi. II. I.. Sensei vil'ed at the Locih
e. r I, onie Tueudiy while en his wa
fi""l Idlho to Missouri
Mr and Mu G. I.. Wnterculv hive
moved to Ord. Neb. 'o in-iKe their home
en a farm Mr. How i rm 1 n has taken
t b If bouse.
Mr C W. In d ile i. tinned on Mond iv
from a visit with relatives tn Nebraska
Mrs 1 1. S. William- enlei t ,1 in.'d on
Widnesday i veiling for n number of
voinig women from Kenson end Oinah 1.
The Kathcrlne chapter of the (Si.l'd t !
;i I'liod nt ;1 bait year party an 1 su:
per M. mlr.v evening at the Pi esbj lei 1.111
1 Irii it
V S. Kuth was sinptbed Th'iisdav eve
nlng by n number of the emplov es of the
I'uiiiess Nash comnu.
Mi?-. Grace Hnvmond. M. IV Pimnoii
and Miss Esther Wilson o' Omaha nnd
Mrs. M IV Hiamnn of Missouri Valley
were guests In -t week at the W. .1. Mills
Anton Seheafer entertained about
twenty of his friends and relatives nt his
home Sunday In honor of his Tlst blrth
Mr. Nells (Julst and Mis Catherine
Mortlnson were married 011 last Tuesday.
Miss Lillian Sliger and Mrs. .1 N. Iter
Ion returned Wednesday from a ten-dav
visit In Chirks, Neb.
Mrs. Joe Amlsh entertained at dinner
Wednesday. Covets were laid for four
guests from Omaha
Mr. otto Wilko of Benson and Miss
Lena Itohner of Bennington were mar
ried Wednesday at the home of the
liev. J. y. A. Klehsrty, ene time pnstoi
T0M0RR0WAnd All This Week
Newest Spring Fashion Array
A presentation of Premier Fashions for women and misses. It is a
demonstration of our preparedness to meet, now, the wants of women, who
are always first to take to the new things when they are practical. This
showing is awaited by thousands as a final arbiter in all matters of
dress. A fashion event unrivaled.
A collection showing newest ideas in exclusive suits in all tho latest imported fabrics,
including Poiret Twill, JSilk Guernsey, Pastel Twills, (jros do Londres, Taffetas,
Faille, imported Gabardines and Serges. Styles of complete simplicity in effect,
but there's intricate work real art.
Women's Fancy Tailored Suits
Suits which have an olden-time touch, as is proved by the cut steel clasps and
silver embroidery. Many reproductions f .Jenny nnd Lanvin have the defined
waist and flare tunic. Fabrics claiming most attention are Taffetas, Jmiortea
Covert, Gros do I xmd res, Poult do St.ie, Fancy Checks ajid Gabardines. Wom
en's and misses'.
New Spring Coats
Have Come at
$15 $25 $35
All tho fancy mixtures in tho light tones of
tans and grays; many with pipings and trim
mings of contrasting colors, and a plentiful
variety of Taffetas, Poplins, Gabardines
mid Serges in fact, every new feature ad
vanced fo far this eeason is represented.
J ot tie Methodist ehiich brie, has hen
I very III at the hospital for the last wod.
The A ugi.si iii'i Lutheran church will
; give a mission festival at tho hui' h in
the near future.
Mrs. M . Ve.-iRer of Salt Lake Cltv ,
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the M. M. Hah k home. (
Ml'S 1 I ' p.i.1,1,,.- I WllS lnHll' III n :
M. 1'ntii. k' pnuv for the (loud Time
club ii'iir-'dav ,
Mi , and Mm . '
.',!" Oilmen elite! tattle I '
i t T ii bbtlel-ic i -Cii , e ...eoi. l.,r!
a bout t vv t lit i n ucvl i.
Mi'-'. 1" l d:e eiitertauied at din
ner Sun. lav fee In i brother. W. P
I i 1 1 mian of i annua.
M" ..1 W a'l k 1 lltel tniued ideven
I ' hi iu s on i' ne nc.i v In I,, 1 1 r o" tier d 1 1 r 1 1 -ler
lli Ii n't birthdiv Miini.eiiiy
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church will eiileil il-i at ri .-octal net
, 1 rll'M ev.'Ole; T;i . ;vl:i; !' ,i i on"
j ol nirniii vvi l f 'iol-o t ie i ue-,,"i
I Mi- s i iii'i Sniliein w ii tnieii.iin the
i I. oval I 'a i 'el-' clii at a p.utv nt bei
; home int Moniiay e.enim.',
1 The luthcrau lic-ici Men club rie Ml,d
j eleetrd officer. .dncMlav eviimig as
follcW'. I'lesldi MI. Ob ll M'li's.n. v 1 1 c
lie Idi'llt. I'.i'lt n IVIi 1 'II. M'rrriMV,
, ' ' I I Ko.-amhr. Iicasnur, Theodol'e
I lie lleiisen Ma i.i I I i ot bei Ineil i.ii.i
Hellion Maim I I lotb.
av e t ailut'el i'l
v cvi inn ; al hirl
t'dd lellows hall. if. Knv'lanils of tb.
First chinch of liiilubn was the pi hici
pal BpeaKei of the evillii.: and Ine o lo
Ids mined "Character Mulhl'iig" .1
Slatielt was t.iHNimaslei C, . Wali.ici
I.e on "H rot herliood "
i ho e pri . cut vv I I
Ir lit mi ami,
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, I Mi l i' I. .'
I '. Tin. I. II.
C II. I. I I I.
C. A, Shall'.
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1'. lb M, ,
II t;u -lai.-on.
V II Ihlsbm,.,
P, . I'e-io.
I ' Mr niiiii.
M .v. e ii. 1 1.
.1 N. M'gl
I ' II. Moi.lthiop,
C. V Wali.ee.
I.. D l.oiig
i f Pre, a,.,,!,
' ' "I'dl Mll.fl's.
I...,, .r nr.." I m.ht nnd t old.. j Tlie new tags aie borschoe shaped. de
Keep out of drifts, nvn.,1 exposure. Kit nnlum Mod luck for the canines wear
mid live rluht and take Or Khma New ! 'm' 'hem.
liseovery; In rse over forty ,,-irs. dual-1 The do catcliers will beBin operations
anteed. -Advertlseiii.'iit, wltliln a few weeks.
S. National Bank Building
16th and Farnam Sts.
Ultra in Style and Materials
New Models in Gowns
$15 $25 $35
Gowns for all occasions in the fashionable
woman's day, featuring Proton, Peasant
bodices antl skirts with outstanding pan
niers above skirts of lace and roses. Scores
of other smart stylo features are prominent.
Materials include Georgette, softest Taf
fetas and Satin Charmcuse,
''! . A I'i' v has returned from
I ; i '. I'. ! i i i a nd ilaugh-
II,. i . : . 1 1 d .a.i .-at tirda:'
i,i t ,i 1 1 1 . ri 1 1 ' .
i e i :i ,i s has leturned
1 ' 111
. I I -
loll! I b .1 u .
The I ' I,,.. , .1 . h- t.r the C. C. L. met
Monday at I'e labv he.iltli exhibit in
III CC.lt llOllM-
'I be tn,. i.i. ,e .lass ! the Dundee
ii i . 1 1 i.a I l , i . i vv i h M.i'j Fsther
'Mill 111. i I.
'I lie I .,.;,.'.'.. i i.ian s chill met
, i i., v. .. h Ml... A I ill Koch.
..r .. I .-..ok . i I .... 1 1 In... ret in n. d from
ioltcti. while s..e vi.-lted her sou and
lis i'.i mil v ,
Mrs .i.e.. Hint,, in i'.n t of Dr. K. T.
Ma iiiiiiifc. i. vi. r. ,n ; in l.i .eoln for a few
I',. ... I ak I., nil' e '.ei.iatvd his eighth
t. ntliii. iv iuki .- ,1 i.i Willi a party of
.-M.il i I I l il ies ,, . I. .s hot.lt .
II, Lev i-.i.ii.s ni'l T'.iCiday rveiilng
Willi I U ... e .Vi.il.1 e.
,... liaisv uili i n:ei tailed about fif-
im ,i li.ni il.i i.t Ii t lloine Situulsy
. . ' icm ii.
.vii v . I.. Slew. nt and laml y have
n o.i d to a faim near Moilale, la.
.vii.-. i.e i ,e llo.iM.'iU'l has telurned
,i. ... a vet to I. i ua.iiJiicr, Mr'. David
.- one, n,,. I r.,,iialn .-ii ne. al llonolul i.
Mis I . I.. .loall.don reielvid Wold
i urn ,-n i v in tne iii ..ill of a brollier-l:i-
I aw. am. v ibi.ini I lost w ick. n rehilivo
,., I,, i . li ii.-ieiv oi oniiilia, 111 Pine
l la ins, A . .
Mi I'. H Van I anb i gli, brother of
Mia. In in. v c. Van Glesnn. died sud
deiilv at his home In New York City,
in i day mi rt.liig. utter an Illness of
.-ev oral vvi civs' din alii n.
DOG TAGS TO GO ON
SALE MONDAY MORNING
The ty clerk vv i : bi Rln selling b'I'l
.lou ii.l-i Mmiiliiv mornliis nt H o'clock.
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