Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 07, 1916, Page 10, Image 10
TIIK FEE: OMAHA, Kill DAY, APRI L 7, lOtfi. Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -;- Entertainments -:- Club Doings TO Never Matched Offers GROWINO WITH GROWING OMAHA" i mill ii iiaW''Wl'i)''i'TiiWW'il jiii ji piii iiilMBiWp !li)(lHiii)pii wni, " - .., 1 wi uy ,, TA yVeu omi 0 arf Schaffntr & Marx Clothti Record Little .Prices Wonderful Offerings for Friday and Saturday IN THIS .Big Bargain 'Basement SO REMARKABLE ARE THE ITEMS OFFERED IN THIS GREAT TWO-DAY SALE that you will have better opportunity to obtain just what you want if you check the items you expect to buy immediately and then come to the store bright and early Friday morning. Of course we have prepared liberal quantities of the merchandise, but even our generous allowance will not last long at the prices we ' quote. ' Bl anketBargains Fast Colored Iteacnn drib Wan gels, larse aaenrtment of patterns. Hit 80x40 Inches. Values to inn, specie! Friday, OC earn faOt Kxtra Large film Woolnsp Wan liets, plaids and checks; plain gray, tan mid white. Vale, to 1 ?Q 12.25, spedat, pair. . . , , J 1 U I-re fllr.e Double Col (on Illankels, In white end diirk colon. Regular valuee (0 $1.40, 98C I! by Crib Illanketa, ele 30x40 In. While and tun, fast tolored pink and blue border regular Q 15o values, each UC Kino Birlctly All Wool Blankets, In plaids and rherka. Ijerse else. Reg ular valiinfjio Ifi.G", d .4 fQ sale price, pair pTOV Kxtra Heavy Woolnap Blankets, Ml 72x84 Inches. Wide bound end. Whit, (ray and Ian, Regular value $3.00, aala price, 1 Q pair PaSel7 Urge 8le, While Cotton Filled Comfort, figured ailkollno covered. Yalus to fl.26. 70 n each I 2C Kxtra I.arge Size Comfort, white cotton filling, fast colored allkolln covered; full SOxftO lnchea. Medium and heavy weights. t 1 QQ Value! to $2 50 spleiO Hack Towels, Sc Three eaaea of full bleached buck towels, with;; fancy border' and hemmed enda. Hlze IfixIiS lnchea. Very special, each Be. iy9 Toweling, 60 Full bleached, In the damask f feci patterna of dire or polka dota, Dutiable for napkina or srarflng. ftpeclal, yard Be. lOo Napkins, 8c . 6,000 Mercerlr-ed Napkina, hem med ready for use. Hlr,e 1818 Ina., all In very pretty pa!lernvKach 8c. lOo Towels, 15c Two cases of full bleached Turk lah Towela, hemmed enda. Double thread and fluffy. Hire 21x43 Ina. Each 15o. $1.76 Spreads, $1.49 Two eases of hemmed spreads, In the crochet kind. Very heavy, In a range of pretty patterna, weight 2 pounda. 13 ouncea. Size 86x5. Kach 11.49. 3oKnit;ed WhCloth lo Hosiery Away Down in Price Woraen'i 2Re Fiber Silk Hoot Hoae, eeconda; black and 1 J tan, at IOC Woman's Fiber 811k Boot Hosiery, double heela, toea and aolea; garter topa. Black and colora. Hec- fto end of 35c quality, palr..3C Women'a Fine Cotton and Uela lloalery, black and white. All dou ble heela and toea. Light gauxe and medium weight' Also out-alaett Jn black hoae. Heconda of 26o 1 (J quality, special .....IOC Women'a Fine Cotton Hosiery, black, white, pink and blue; plain and ribbed topa. ftpeclal 1ft aale, pair 1UC Women'a Cotton Seamless llonlery, taat black aud apltt aolea. nt Uo quality, pair U 2C Men a Fine Cotton and Lisle Rocka, black and all colore. .Spilt frnt and all ahlte feet, J r" pair at IOC Children Fast Black Conun Una lerv, all sites. Regular (t 10c quality, pair U2C Soap and Household Requirements 1'iamwd 'V (. bare 9'c White lor4 ,tha Hp, ITr Ivarl Wkne X.mp, Ji br fi.r ! NiUi S.mp Jrt bait tor y.H Vion,l J, JV r)te ftp Jl I(im t.Mi. t'V raie 5p Jvihnvili yuwr at, 1 16 rn. tJtfl .:)4u tiir, iK) ia .. . I or W mt H-p. a tr . . H A U lr l..'r tii tMl (if Vui4 '.K.r I'uua KrfiiUr tC '20-Inch Switch, 98c Natural Wavy Hair Worth $U3 Ttw t a Remark ' ffr ii'-f !; ! ' i hir " l.-mri tr;im S,ture Women's Suits.... $5.95 More than .'100 Suit at Ihiu price. Jut think of buyitifr a Knit now t go mnflll a prion, itiwde of all-wool Herges, (f ranit r cloth, crcpo worNtcd, novelty clotlig, fancy checks. Dozcim of pretty ntylcs nt thi price, M the new colors, as well as Mack. Alao Suits for Ihe junior, niy.es Ifl, 15 and 17- $5.95 Three Very Special Lots of Women 'i and Misses Spring SkirtsOver 2,000 ' to Select From At $3.49 Doxena of pretty, un lo lhe minute alylca, made of fine all wool aergea, poplin, novelty plalda, fancy checka. fancy wide and narrow atrlpen, etc. Wide full aklrta, many with high helm, new pocket and trimming features, etc, Aleo many extra sixes for slout women', Would be excellent values at $4.50 and 5.00, At $1.95 Hundreds of splendid skirts at this price, correct stytei In shep herd checks, while corduroy fancy plaids, all-wool serges, etc. IM ens of styles, made with pockets and belts. 13.00 and $3.60 values, At $1.39 A wonderful lot of skirts at this price. Over 1,000 skirts In this lot. They were made lo sell to 13.00. Many samples, doxens of good materials, doxens of good styles, serges, fancy cloths, chocks, etc. The beat, lot of skirts, ever offered for so little money. Girls' and dhildren's Wear At $1.00 ,,At48c ; 4 very special lot of fllrls' Dresses, ages 2 to A, 6 to 14 and 13 to 17 yeara. Many sample dresses In this lot, made of fine wash materials, fancy plaids, flnef French glnghama, novelty wash materials, repps, pltpies, fine crepe tissues, etc. )oxens of styles. A wonderful lot, dresses that were made to sell up to $4.00, Hundreds of liirls' School and Play Dresses, ages 2 to i and 8 to 14. Many different styles, plaid dresses, fancy chfck and stripe dreaaes, novelty cretonne com blnallona, middy dreases, etc, Wonderful dresses at the small price of only 48c. HOUSE FURNISHINGS Just a Few Items From a Moat Wonderful Stock, One Lot of "Magnolia," very high grade enamelware. A beautiful peppered white color, both inside and outside. 2 Quart nice Hollers, worth 6c -Quart Merlin Kettle, complete with cover, worlh 79c... , jCnOlCe 11 Inch Seamless Collander, worth 4 He ,, No. 8 7 Quart Tea Kettle, worth 89c lOQuart Water Tails, worth 69c 3 Quart Coffee Fota. enamel cover, worth 70c 2 Quart Tea Tola, worth c 14-Quart Dlah Pans, worth 79c , Quart Preserving Kettles, worth 69c for I39c (HO 4 Quart High Grade Aluminum ttauce Fans, they lsst, each while 33c 600 7 Quart Heavy Hpun Aluminum Tea Kettlea, a big bargain, white they laul . , $1.59 BROOMS One lot of 4 lie parlor brooms, each , Iff Hmall slxe, gslvanlxed. . . ... i iw i i "tt0 Medium site, salvanlned. , . . J W Alllf (ftc l.arg slxe. galvanised iTllb 1 Kxlra large slxe, gahaulied. B .H()o (ienulne Maydole Hammers, any sue or style , 4jj Genuine Henry Dlston Hand Haws..,. , SI. 40 Genuine "Sheffield" $1 i'l j)Hc Genuine "HtllUon" Wrenches, Id Inch Vt'Jo Genuine "fltilleon" Wrenches. Mlnoh njjp Spring and Summer Hats Untrimmecl Hemp SAILORS Hiindrfttt of smr new blovks In goJ qushiv Jiie hemp, such a Hi ' ri'ti h', I'limh hum Milr In rlt rt'-n and straight thiiin All the miwi antrd. color, slack, sa). kn't, v, iic IU' ii avntUl la l It ht i. ti H for, nr r ( , , .,.iOC In Our Misses' and Juniors' Section m Nw Sample 1UU, $165. V '$1.95 HHmwH m fcVei'4V. - t 4 ft 4 i.st Wt"v, :i-V-4 ts.:t a4 a ' '" M aits i-4t a.. tfi. tit, te',-t a i-a t.g, a- !v - . f i I.. i- ' ' I t "- a MS M U rta4 y ttl ftk aav,t.nt IU 1 ml ft t it tl4uft ri ! t 14 t4 I 9 I x r Hi.ti a ' ia l ft kftrt J ftH-4 ft k ftHia( Htft Wt h r-P'' '"f ftt- vi4 t-'ftH s t.t. it ,,f t.l V V ft Jt w ,t , a Domestics The Genuine Herelt f'lasalr, Dress Gingham, beautiful checks, plaids and stripes, absolutely fssl colors. Mill shorts to 20 yards, (tegular 10c value, asle price, n yard ,,,b72C 3Hnch Unbleached Muslin, full standard I,. Ii, grade, soft finish. Full bolts, 8c talue, ape- n clsl, yard , 0 2C Full Htandard Dress I'rlnla, all Ihe wanted American and Hlinpson's designs, neat dots and figures. Full bolts, Indigo and Calcutta blues, grays, black and while and shirt ing styles, at. less than mill f cost today, yard DC Itest grade, Pure Indigo Dye, Apron Gingham, all the wanted small, me dium, broken and staple checks. 8c value, aale price, n yard Dy2C 3 lnch Hleached Muslin -"Cora," one of the staple brands, Kxlra fine soft finish, free from dressing, Full bolls, at less than mill "71 cost, rlpeclal, yard 2C Dress f'errale, full standard grade, light and dark colors, all the want ed slrtpes and figures, Remnants and full pieces now so eyl scarce, Vard I 2C Extra Special From 1:30 to 10:00 A. M. Mill Remnants of 32 Inch Devon shire Cloth; 32 Inch Dress Ging hams snd Kilt Hulllngs, All shades, beautiful stripes and checks. Ungl lis easily riff matched. Hale price, yd.,,,,. . NdFlONS Never Equaled in Price Good Gold Kyed Needles, 4 pack ages for Re Fast' Colored Darning Cotton, each for lc Wash Kdglng, large bolt for.,. 4c Sliell Hair I'lns,. special, box.,,40 Good Machine OH, bottle...., fto One fllg ,ot of Good Machine Thread, spool 2c 12 Vard Holla or Hias Tape, bit, 40 Heat Mercerised Hick Rack, while only, bolt i0 Good Itust Proof Dress Clasps, card ...... 2o HI as tic Remnants, speclHl, piece, I'jO One Hlg IOt of Hllghlly Soiled Nov elty Rralds, all Imported, worth to 2Sc, bolt 7o lon-Yard 8 pools of Good Sewing HUH 3J"aO Good Cordonnet Crochet Cotton, all numbers, ball 4c Han HIlk, all colors. Special, spool tr 3',0 Iarge Hl.td Hair Nets, eseh,.,l Underwear Greatly UnderpriceH Women's Fine Ribbed Union Suits, cuff snd lace trimmed 1 "7, style. Regular sizes only,, X I C Women's Fine Cotton Union Suits, umbrella and cuff knee styles. All sizes, some silk taped and fancy luce trimmed. Worlh ng to &0c. at CtOC Women'a Kxtra Mile, Cot inn Shaped Vests and l.ace Trimmed I'ants to Match, summer weight. Worth 35e, sale price Women's Fine Cotton and Uale Vests, In "Cumfy -Cut," sieeveles, lug slervns and square neck atyle; fanry laci trimmed. All 1 ( sUs. Worth to 25c IOC Women's Sleeveless Vests, large slips, Seconds ef 15,c quality, specially priced 7V2C Glila' Cotton Union Hints, sleev. leas; lace trimmed and cuff 'knee sttlr All sues Hon' Nhort tfleve Union Suits, ecru and white, Ail eisrs Worth Gt SV, special 25c Rugs Thre Orfat Axminstfr Ru BArcalns. These nre Smith's itest Axminster Sua WrguUr I'rice Hale True Hvli ln. hr ., , . .,., , . M 1? N In.-hes , , J J f 3li in, he . 1,'ri Hag Rug i wort Te at , I Just the Thing for HM1 Runner Axminater Rug Strips 1 ' " .!! SOCIETY WOMEN STUDY GARDENING i Garden Club to Meet Nctt Week j Skill Required to Beautify Lot 1 Around the Home, I SOME FLOWERS GROW IN SHADE H 111 1,1,11 M I 4 rll 0. I'lsna fur siil n lis suit l- illfjlii Ihwiim h i kI I I. ) .inl- sin sieii'ly i.ii i1cf wsy, Tim (Isflfti flulp, ciniN:ied of sell .known insli'iiis, will iiifi eiiil u-l wis m ml ii 1 ( pjh,ii Hi" work of III'' nl'llng sii'l K'lliililil'. A lll, "Kluners fr V'pur in1'ii,'' will Iph Ml"n si llif Ippiiii Woinen'r Tlilflllsii dMi'llliu I'rilnv evening s1 n'cli'li liy iti, Hi-i,tw M. I'syne, wtioxe kMi'leii' t I'n irwi e for nimiv esr whs ipne of the slniv flmtei and Hir.l, (ilnifd nf Hie ell). Tliei In iiiiii'li mure lo Hie kh.bii.s nf lil'illis still flnwein sli'iill Imiiie Willi II nwti Kliailnwn, U'ik nik u"i" "r "islile than Hi mere pulling- In of seeds, rents er Inillis. Aii one esu t'siit s field, cultivate II, mill It will grow, fllit S lionse I'll Is if He It different matter-there HI" flnei anil e'ii-illi for full sutillaM. oilier fur half llshl, Kill) SSHltl Hie lieiillllflll, f It : I IK Wllil will leaf sn t flow r In rIimi1-. Il n Hie tiesiillfvlnt of (lie lileult aiol n lie unci i i,f ihe tionne or the gaiiine lhal reuulrea some spnelnl Slinwleilan, There m sr.iiifllilng llnil will inake liesullful eery spot nf earlli, but one miiat ulvs i some Inveallsslliirt snd Ibfti.ghl. That Is why Imnks on flower and shr ill live inn wriilen, and why lovers of the beautiful have given tln-lr time snd enemy sll Iticne year trying t Interest the heedlcaos, Unitersity Seniors Affairs, senior of Hie t'nlverslty of Omaha were entertained liy the women fei:y metiihers Tuelay ftinooi at Hie (,inne of Ml All'-e. IIipsX with S "'"t "h high les," The tables a ere decorated In green snd while, 111" Has color, Kipeilal tvntrh reading and song were given hy Mr. A, Walt, M' Kllsaheth flnrdon and Ml Ils. Those prenent were: Misses loiroHiv M''Mmrsy, Aniriiam Knlglil, Melius Anderson, i:,iua Mnnior. Kllsalieth Uordim, I', Howie Aliases lluih I peters, Uls'lix Tiillmadge, ,,a I'lerce, Knle l,'lugh, I'misy 'A'lllliun. Vera ('Ink, I'ffle I'lelliml, M'smis,"' -VI, lor iPellolf ( 'hai e Krandsen, M" lames -'''1,0 fsji SVlilei. 'V, N Unfi, I. f'lbert, l, Dill lie, Messf , Hainii-I Hlftiky, :,l-ln Hells, Me la nii - y 1 iri l.i id II, h. flinnl, A. Walt, K. l-e... Pie a la Mode S a home dessert our Ice Cream served with pie, gives a popular form of dessert for the home. ICC CREAM . The Fairmont Creamery Co,, Omaha, Nsbflj aWMnHHaWBaaTHMaWaBaVRaHB We have a special service de partment offering valuable ex perience to you In selecting your WALLPAPER a Let us f u r n I s h this ssrvict without cost to you. Sam Newman 1S09 Farnam St. Pawns Dsugla 41. Triday Bridge Luncheon Club, The Kilday Hrldu l.nii' heon l'il niei Hits iiflernoon wi.. Miss hlUali") h liavl and Miss Melioia itls, Mrs, Hen Wood wax (lie only nunilier not present. The club lll nnillniie, lo m t eveiy Mmidny fenior,M ruling 1'Ht Willi the tiss-s Inivls In nil1 for l"''l ehsrltlrs White-Purdy Weddin, Mr. and M , 1'i'genr I'uidy anuouni the msitliige of their ilfitislilel , Anna t,oralne, to Air, MenHt t.yle While of Ids tiro's, In, The rnarilaHf ws solemn ized Tuesdav morning flt,1l o'flo'k if Iha parsi'tinge of the Klrsl Methodist cliurrli, tlev. Tllns liwe, officlalltig, Them wet no wed'Hna auesls nor bridal II II "ll'll! nl , The bride Is a xrndusle of Hie Culver- silv of ImiimIii. and was the (earlier of dmnestlc silence In Ihe parlfle Juni'lluii nnhld' schools, Mr. aid Mis While will he at home at Ida iUnh nfler April IV On the Calendar, For the first time In fuilnlulii Hie Original fookliiK (lull lis enough mem ber home lo hol'l a meet log, The elnh will meet nei Tliurday afternoon wllh Mrs, Ward M. flurges. The last meet In nf tile season of the Trinity Parish Aid society will h held Wednesday morning st 11, ! o'clock wllh Mrs. Thomas Hriwn, The sodely will not meet a mi In iinlll (he last Wednesday III Heplemher. Mrs, llenrge Xoiilrca nil) he hostess Krl day aflernooii st luncheon at her home for the Fortnightly Auction tlildge club. For Guests from France, Mr, snd Mr, August Wot he liorgluni nli;rfnliifd a few Intimate friends at dhi tier al their heme very Informally Wed hcsihiv enlng for the (roii and Huron ess e Malanessne of A lx, I'rovenre, Fiiic, The baron, who Is In Hit coun try on sick lease, recovering- from a wound received In hatHe st Arras, Is of nnn nf the best known families In France, Ills sister Is Ihe Countess d Hray, whose largest estate near Itrusails have, been literally wiped out In Ihe war, Harone de Miilunescne, was formerly Mis l! ri h of lies .Mollies. Lenten Affairs, Twenty mciiiliers of the Ti hilly Pariah Aid society met wllh Mrs. K. '. llcnrv St her home yesterday, Mrs, J. Frank Anson entertained Hires j lahlea at lulilg'i thin afternoon st her home. Women's Golf Club Social, The Prettiest Mile, l adles' 'lolf cuft was entertained Tueaday evening b Mis. Frank Jtissell, who wss assisted by Meadames Wllllsiit II, Prurnr, Harry tiorst, Iiavld M'-fafferty, Charles Zlr hsrth, Cliff lllddleslon, Frd Irkln snd M. J, Morell, The'cluh eolors, green anf while, ware srtlatlially coinljliied In the floral decoralluna about the house and lh the attire of hostess snd ssslstanis. After the huslnes metln a Sie-la' tirogrnm followed, consisting of "A Moi'V Marriage," by Mlsans Northrup snd . .1513-1515 AfffK HOWARD ST. Will Savo Ygu Mono " TWeS A Reason It Pays to Get Our Prices Before You Buy "CABIN MOTHER" IS STILL FAR IN LEAD Crowds Continue to Flock to Fine Arts Exhibit and Vote Their Preferences. PRAISE FOR OMAHA ARTISTS The large crowds vlHltinjj the ex hibit of northwestern arllsts, whft'b is being held at the publlrj library under the nMsolers of the Omaha Cine Arts society, ronttnne to show I. preference for Ada Walter rlhul,' The Cabin Mother," the paint Inn that ia leading; In the wiIIiik In the popularity contest. This wldely-dlscoHsed canvas now I as a comfortable lead over the rent post popular pulntlti, "Ills le rianic," by K, ft. I'axson, "'coulee," from the brush of Or tendt J, Karnes, althotiKh having re ceived scores of votes Wednesday, remains In third place. Many Omaha art loveS were enthuslss He over two paintings In Hi enlillilf from the brush of Kan rOnieniig of Hsu watosa, Wis, "Autumn," a wmk that, at tract much attention bees us of (I rl'h, delicately blended i Mum nd effect of tone, has received many vo'es In the tst few ila, "Mllwanbee litter," Mr, Utolte tilieig's other palntlns, "Mll wijudes Hlver," lna also been the sublet of much favorable comment. One nf tbe. pnlriHngs that, has shown wonderful gains In Ihe popularity ontl Is "Nesr Turkey Mountain," tha work of an Omaha art l( -'Jeorgs Parker, jr. A large number of vote wers cast for this rants Wednesday evening, ftbhert Koehler, represented st ths tofsl eshlbll wllh two finely sseeuied pslnt ln In oil, "At Oloncesler, Mass," snd "Portrait of U Osusls," was born In (ieriosny, but wss brought to this coun try when Ii wss only ye. n old. Me later returned to Munich in study, Mr, Ko4ler bs been director of tba Min neapolis fP'hool of Fine Arts since pi'pf Me has won honorable awards In Cranoa snd In Kavsrla was given the cross of ihe Older of at,. Ml-bael, It's palnflng, "Th Holiday Occupation," hana with the permanent collection In the Pennsyl vania academy, Philadelphia. Praise for Minneapolis tint, Kdwln it. Hewitt, who painted "Vto lets," a well spoken-of canvas In the local exhibit, la also e A! Ibnespoll man, lie Is president of the Minnesota Ktata Art commission and a din-dor of the Minneapolis Hchool of Kin. Art. J-.dwIn M, Jiawea, represented In tha Omaha exhibit with "New Yorii Har bor" and "Woodland Jllllslde," la truly n srllst, nf th northwest, Ms was born In Iowa, Aa en artist, Mr, Jiawea waa nllrely self taught. Mo has ben "Winning- swsrds each year since 1 at. tha different rslill.lt held m north western Slates, Fllnn, Mrs. K. ft, rturke, seenmpanlst; filiation by M'lrne J, p. Hprsgue, Flmer Wonder and If. ft. TJagcli, ami s'ltiga by Mrs, Frances Krlls and Mrs. P., A, Newell, Ihe members present were; Meadame - Mesdanie , f.ula N. Jerome, V, II lllnn, l.ouls It. Il,iikliis, l,d ward ft. Iiurke, 3C rTrH'f- Twevci-v-v. -u.. Every One of These Buffets have jong deep linen drawers and double cabi net doori and lined drawer for lilmware Our Prices; tixiuilnn (jnsrlriril nss, iMl.lt-n r tuineil. tieniilne uuarteted i'k, anblen r f iiiied, tli iii.lns qua'tend k. -lden or l unrd, rsw-7taCk "er r"i ei -r 1 ,0 ih $13.25 ., , , 1 ' VJ 3m1 -7M ' i ' fcj . . I . s J..'U 11 ift.rjt 5M..7r. $14.2S A biBiPtul (ttlden mis llulft't, Imhvi Inn, cmulna Uatttt ed us a , , , , , Dining Room Tablca-Our Prices IJilnih t'l' tin't siiruiliirt, gmulne i l I qisrtste.t ia, nldes r f ! - .-ill 41 Ini-h lip(p, S fi-ol tlciisitn, anMlne srlevl JIllffJ IMkk .l.le r U.t. (4 Ittrh ti' a fpit ilsue. ssnuine et auartsftJ v, t to fdeet.J -HIU..'V M tin h inp, fit eiisBsina sauij vl I auanerd .k, rest m, I old a vr fmurd , , f'J I ,IU 1hs ta'dra at solid quarter ! oak t a . ai t A, .. Hebants, I,. l i srr, V, W. Pfleglng, J. II, t'uloff, f. J. 'lei, II lib, (', il. Mlddleston, Krank llussell, Charles TUIessetl, Hay lUilnliolt, P, .1. t'reednu, I'lnur Wonder, I. W, Hprau'ie, Iiavld M. i 'affiirty, II. .1. Mnlih. M. .1, Morell, Waller A. Meyer, W, II. Primer, Prank l Johnson, (', M. Mortenseri, Prane's W, krlts, II. II. Liggett, llarrv Ipnrsl, I'. S Itslnlpolt. ttalnh W. Krnerson, 1. H, gulsintierry, Mlse- fliw e Northrun. t'siher'ne Morri son, bus Hmiih. (jiura lyek. V, '. Kascall, t A. New-ell, W, C, Vim ant, l. d. f'lSIKhead, f. II. Wlllmell, A, A. Wi denieyeir, ', A. Oranden, 'ieiiran (', Adwera, N, W. Mibuk, Ida I'llmi. . '. Morlson, Torn It'igi rs, (rank II. Palmer, l, Howard Hawk, Ii, W, 'overt, Fred Tirkln. tJlenn W. Hmlta), '. W, liresber, ft. A. Morrison, A. M. Knillh, V. N, 1 1 Isb. Mary t. Kmeraon, A, 1 1. Sorlhrup, V. I. Iiimrofl ', If. Tbstiher, M lases Osr rilnn, f.llllan Paul, t.cllli, I.HMe. lluih t'overt. Social Gossip, Mrs, liul Marhall of IJncoln, wh baa Ipean Ihe gumt of Mra, Arthur II, Walsh, has returned hiimn, Mlas Hiirtnrs llahm, who ha bepen srsnillii her spring acalum wllh her parent. Mr. sod Mrs. J. II, llahm, baa teturned to her sludlea at MnnllrellK aemlnary, tbslfrev. III Mr, A. II. t'urrle ha returned hom sfter a visit with hia parenia In rob.rsda, riay at Settlement Home, A one. a. I far,, ' Th Trouble st ft lir . s ' will La linn i hi. h,i,i,( h H'H Is I Hlenient homm hr th Mi tiik rmp fir Oirls under lh r) re-llon t.f Miss ll.trii tlarvtn aid MiM .eta Hiildtrga. Taking .art In u.s play will I ii Inks t'ai V i.l.l. ar.il. Maim KllUait, MlSMS It. I n M ffl Mil Ib.Hl.rd, I.T l,,U Period Dinirtf Room Suitr-Wiltiara anl Mary Stylr i tiMetntard. T i he In uU al sit pS H,7, 1st I In.h (up, t.H-t nirii, olt ttih m! , JI'J'J.TS HUp Hvat Issiber I hairs l. ftiafc old ish oaft , . t;,'J st tM.a-l. twihe. oi t I'afiisa k . J,,4MI 11. 1, M t.t.Pt ltWl,il, . d iHSlish Oil ...... . . 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