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TTTE OMAHA STXTAY BEE: MAT 21. IHlfi.
! Council Bluffs
A dinner party was given by the
Hustlers' class of the Young
Women's Christian association Tues
day evening in honor' of Miss Alice
Tonson, who is soon to be married to
l r. James Roe. Dinner was served
at 6 o'clock in the gymnasium of the
Y rooms, and as souvenirs of the oc
casion, each guest presented Miss
lonson with dainty handkerchief.
Mrs. Angeline Bnnsmaid was host
ess to the Garden club Tuesday after
noon. The subject for discussion was
wild flowers. Mrs. F, W. Doan led
nd illustrated the lesson with many
specimens of native wild flowers and
their descriptions. Other members
brought specimens, also, and the
afternoon proved most interesting.
The hostess, assisted by Mr Doan,
icrved tea late in the afternoon.
The World Wide guild presented a
most excellent Hawaiian program at
their regular May meeting held
.Thursday evening at the home of the
Misses Gertrude and Hazel Jacobson
on Pierce street. Miss Marjorie
CIi7be gave "Aloha Oe" in costume,
nd Miss Hazel Jacobson, Hawaii,
f'aradise of the Pacific." "Hawaiian
Legends and Myths," by Miss Ada
Fuller, and "Chapters from a Ha
waiian Hoy's Life" followed. Miss
Hazel Bond took as subject, "Ha
waii, Land of Flowers and Song."
Mrs. Henry Peterson sang "Alii
vVola." Mih Hazel Long's subject
was "Christus Redemptor Ha
waii." Ukalele music was interspersed
through the program, which closed
with a review of the play, "The Bird
1 he Madrigal club gave a spring
program Tuesday evening at the
home of Miss Ina Yonnkcrman on
Urnton street. Miss Hess Iiattey
played the "Sixth Hungarian Dance"
by Brahms, and "When the Roses
Bloom," by Keichard, was sung by
Miss Hazel Long. Miss Marguerite
lirown gave "The Reverie." Mrs.
John Vitamvas sang "Awake Little
Flower." Sinding's "Fruhling Rati
iidirn," by Miss Millie Sperling, and
Carrie Jacob Bond's "Still Unex
prcss't," sung by Mrs. Carl Taylor,
rlosed the very inleresting program.
A very delightful musicale was
Riven Tuesday afternoon under the
inspires of Circle No. 3 of the First
I oiigrrgatioiial church at the home
A Mrs. John P. Davis. The vocal
numbers were given by Mrs. J. W,
Beardslcy, Mr. Walter Jenkins, Mrs.
Lucius Pryor and Miss Agnes Wick
liani., A trio for piano, violin and
'cello was given by Miss Florence
Senior, Mrs. Herman Kulr.sh and
Miss Wood. Doris Ross and Kath
crine Searle played a piano duet. Re
freshments were served after the pro
gram. Invitations have been issued to the
marriage of Miss Harriet Met of
Omaha to Mr. William F, Schnorr of
this city, the wedding to take place
Wednesday evening, June 7, at All
Saints' church in Omaha.
An interesting prbgram has been
trranRed for a recital to be given
Sunday afternoon at the Laustrup
music store by Miss Luella Ander
son and Miss Nostitz Naimska of the
Council Bluffs School of Violin and
The Chrestomethean class of the
Second Presbyterian church met in
the church parlors Tuesday evening.
The hostesses for the occasion were
the Misses Esta Nicholson, Anna
Price, Marguerite Sharpies and Helen
Magruder and Mrs. George A. Fay,
Miss Jet Thrush, Miss Loweod Car
son and Mrs. Tatroe of Cumberland,
Md.,-were special guests. The even
ing closed with refreshments.
The Iowa New Yorkers will be tt
home to Iowa women who will b
In New York attending the General
Federation of Women's clubs Friday,
May 26, at the Hotel Astor from 2 to
6 p. m. Mrs. James Clarkson is pres
ident of the organization and all Iowa
Romeu are invited to attend.
A surprise was given Monday even
ing in honor of Mr. Ray Compton
and his bride, who are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Reider
mi Glen avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
Compton were married in Washing
ion, D. C, and are on their way to
Portland, Ore., where Mr. Compton
in engaged in the practice of law.
A number of Mr. Compton's old
friends called in a body and a very
happy evening was spent.
Mrs, John Grctzer entertained
Morniiigsiile chapter of St. Paul's
Kuild Tuesday afternoon. There
were a number of guesls and the
afternoon was spent in visiting. The
chapter will meet June 6 at the home
of Mrs. A. C. Ueniley, 512 Voorhis
A special meeting was held
Wednesday afternoon bv the Moth
er;.' club of the Third street school
fur the purpose of making paper
flowers to be used for the May fes
tival, which is to be held at the Audi-j
I'iriiiiti Friday evening.
Mr. C, l Inman and Miss Ruby
C, Ray were married Sunday after
the morning service at the Trinity
Methodist church by the pastor, Hey.
M. J Rarick. Mr, and Mrs. Inman
iv both very well known and pf'pu
ar young people -f this' city and
a ill make their home here.
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tluh Saturday f m; 4 M enjoyed
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formerly of Harlan, took place at
Los Angeles, Cat., F'riday, May 12, at
2 o'clock at Christ Kpiscopal church.
The bride's only attendant was Janet
Bellinger, little daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Earl Bellinger and niece of the
bride. The altar was decorated with
Russcl roses. Rev. Baker P. Lee
read the service,
Mrs. Harry Rose entertained
party of children arid their mothers
Monday afternoon in honor of the
fourth birthday of her son, Howard.
Luncheon was served in the dining
room, which was gay -with pink and
white streamers and roses of the
same colors. A fish pond proved most
amusing, many pretty favors being
drawn from its depths. Mrs. Rose
was assisted by Miss Margaret
Groneweg and Miss Katharine lieno.
In honor of the eighth birthday of
Master Philip Pryor, Miss Beth
Pryor and Mrs. Vernard Propst en
tertained a party of children Satur
day afternoon of last week. After a
visit to a picture show, the children
were taken to the Pryor home on
Fifth avenue, where luncheon was
served from four small tables.
of the South Side
Mrs. T. B. Scott is spending a few
davs at Norfolk visiting her son.
Misses Mercedes and Eusbia Man
gan left Saturday for Clyde, Kan.,
and other points in Kansas, where
they will spend their vacation.
Mrs. Frank Clifford of Portland,
Ore., who. was called here o account
of the illness of her father, John Con
don, sr., is spending a, lew days at
Tekamah with her sister, Mrs. D.
Kolterman. , -
Mrs. W. B. Routt left Friday even
ing for St. Louis, Mo., where she will
spend several weeks visiting with rel
atives. Miss Anna Knight, who underwent
a surgjcal. operation at the South
Omaha hospital a week ago, is re
ported very much improved.
Miss Ethel Brooker, who has been
coaching the girls' basket ball team
of the South Jiigh school, entertained
the girls at a theater party at the
Orpheum Wednesday evening,
A farewell party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Camp
bell Monday evening for Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor, who expect to make
their future home at Fremont. About
forty friends and neighbors were
Mrs. Fred Etter entertained at a
1 o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon
in honor of Miss Lilly Stare and Mrs.
Cora Gosney Stahl of Chicago. The
guests were seated at one table and
the centerpiece was sweet peas. Cov
ers were laid for twelve.
A surprise party was given Mrs.
George Houseman Wednesday after
noon, the occasion being her birthday.
The afternoon was spent at bridge.
Mrs. Albert Noe entertained the
Monday afternoon High-five club at
her home Monday afternoon. Mrs.
Citmrnings will be hostess at the next
Mrs. F'rank Clark entertained
Thursday afternoon in honor of her
mother-in-law, Mrs. Clark of Man
kato Minn. The afternoon was spent
in visiting and sewing and a delight
ful luncheon was served. Those
present were: Mesdames Anna
liravers, AI Powell, William Maria
gat), I J. Brown, Charles Scarr,
Munsion, D. S. Clark, Ingerum, 1.
Heavrr, Sprarsm.vi, ti. F. Beavers.
Mrs. J H. Sbamhflt entertained
the Jitney flub at a luncheon Tues
day afternoon, in honor of Mrs, W,
It. Routt, who will Iravn soon for St,
Lmui. 1 he afternoon was spent in
sewing and all the members of the
f lub were 1 reeii
The Woman's auxiliary rf St. Msr
tin's fhufili met i t!,c parish house
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Mr. Carl Nelson left on Thursday
to spend the summer in the western
part of Nebraska.
The Woodmen of the World lodge
held an open meeting and smoker
last Tuesday evening.
Mrs. A. L. Rice is visiting with rel
atives in Exeter and other points in
Twenty-two members of the
Royal Neighbors lodge went to Flor
ence Thursdsy evening as guests of
the lodge of that place.
Mrs. J. T. Pickard left on Tuesday
for Iowa, where she was called by
the sirkness of her brother.
Mrs. A. Berry, who has been at
the home of her daughter, Mrs- C. A.
Lessard, has gone to spend the sum
mer in Bellevue.
Mrs. W. C. Purvtance and children
of Beatrice and Miss Ella Byars of
Dunbar, Nb are guests of their
cousin, Mrs! G. Iradale.
Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Strong enter
tained at dinner last week in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dola of Fre
mont and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc
Donald of Tuscon, Arii.
Mrs. Ben Morton entertained on
Sunday. Covers were laid for eight
Mrs. J. G. Phillips entertained
about twenty guests last week in
honor of her birthday anniversary.
J. W. Hitch, who has spent the
last three years in Mexico, has come
home for a month's visit.
Mrs. A. L. Strahle entertained at
dinner Thursday evening in honor of
Mrs. F. (i. Anderson, who leaves
soon for Nashville, Tenn.
,.Mrs. C. L. Carlson entertained at
a. party Tuesday afternoon in honor
of her daughter Helen's birthday.
Ten guests were present.
Mr Ernest Tindell has returned
home from Chicago, accompanied by
his father, William 11. Tindell, who
has been quite ill.
Miss Mary Deane returned on
Thursday from a visit from Meck
ling S. D.
The Methodist Brotherhood will
give a banquet in the church next
Thursday evening for its members.
Mrs. Claud Gland t will entertain
the Catherine chapter of the Guild at
her home Monday evening.
Miss Louise Parks of Boone, la.,
is a guest of Miss Fern Pickard for
a few days.
Mrs. E. E. Paddock entertained at
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Spears
of Sioux City, la.
Mrs. Karl Deane will entertain on
Wednesday for the Deane-Robinson
Misses Maurine and Marion Mar
shall entertained in honor of their
birthday anniversary on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sanborn spent
a few days visiting in Gretna, Neb.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Paterna last week.
R. Burford has returned from a
trip to St. Louis.
Dr. R. H. Cass attended the state
dental convention at Lincoln last
Miss Carrie Peterson has gone to
Shelby, la., where she will spend a
couple of weeks.
Mrs- W. H. Kimmerman will enter
tain the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid so
ciety next Wednesday.
Mrs. L. P. Byars left for Horton,
Kan., to visit for some time.
Wedding invitations are out for the
Deane-Robinson wedding on next
Mr. and Mrs, F,. Calvert of Dei
Monies, la, arrived ml Saturday to
be the guests of their brother, Rev.
J. Calvett, and Mrs, Calvert
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
tiorirty held mission tea on last
Wnlnrsilay at the home of Mrs, C,
Invitations have been received for
the tiiamie of Miti t lai Nof-tliv '
ami Mr Kir M,Mit nt l,'(nvmtt v I
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Dancing for the summer season at
Carter Lake club and the Council
Bluffs Rowing association will be in
charge of Miss Maud Jorgenson, who
was assistant at Chambers' Dancing
academy last winter. Miss Jorgenson
has studied dancing in the Columbia
School of Dancing, as well as with
a cob Mahler in St. Louis and Oscar
)uryea in New York City.-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Probst
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ham are en
tertaining their son, Joe, and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Claggett had
as their guest this week their
brother, Edwin Homey of Beaver
Mrs. Charles Black and mother,
Mrs. M. Billings, returned the first
of the week from a visit at Des
The winners in the dandelion con
test at Beals school here were given
a picnic by the teachers Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krummiss
and daughter Lucille arrived Wednes
day from California, to spend the
week-end with their brother, Louis
Krummiss and family.
Mrs. Fred Lynch and daughter
Beatrice left Wednesday for Parsons,
Kan., to join Mr. Lynch, after a
month's visit here.
Mrs. Harvey Chestnut and sons left
Tuesday to join Mr. Chestnut on
their new ranch home at Moorecroft,
The home of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel
Boyd on Fifty-sixth and Woolworth
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I TOWEL!" CLOUT!! CUDGIL!!! !
Remarkable Towel Sale at Kilpatrick's Monday
It's real interesting- to discover the derivation of words For Instance now, the towel which most of us use at
least once a day At one time it was thought of mainly as being of use to absorb moisture or to rub dry with.
Then we can imagine the user being teased or annoyed by someone while using it, and the user giving the teaser a
clout with it, and so before long
TO TOWEL WAS TO CUDGEL
Towels are so varied nowadays that the simple name conveys but a very limited idea of the article. We have
on hand, as we write, the biggest stock of TOWELS ever under our roof at any one time. We own this stock on
the most favorable basis it's all paid for ours to do with as we will
So on Monday at 8:30 We Start a One Day's Sale
Sale Occurs in
We quote but a few from our vast stock.
fid for Cotton Huck instead of 7l3c
7$ for Cotton Huck instead of 10c.
10 for Cotton Huck Instead of 12VJc.
15C for Cotton Huck instead of 17V.0.
1 9f for Union Huck instead of 25c,
25r for Union Huck instead of 35a
2t)sf for Union Huck Instead of 40c
25 for All Linen Towels instead of 35c.
21)0 for All Linen Towels instead of 40o.
21)0 for All Hemstitched Towels instead of 40o,
,'l!)0 for AH HemstitcliKi TowcU instead of 50c,
rJ)C for All Hemstitched Towels instead of 75a.
71)0 for Ail Hemstitched Towels lnstrail of $1,00.
f)H0 for All Hemstitched Towels instead of $1,25.
SI. 2?) for All Hemstitch! Towels instead of $1.75.
$1.1!) for All Hemstitched Towels instead of $100.
$2.f0 for Madeira Towels, formerly $3.50,
S!i,f() for Madrira Towrls, fornierly $1 50.
It will piv you t buy for now wul hereafter
1 0 for T trki-h TowfU i.Um of 12' 4a.
12' if for Turkish ToueU U..u of 15a
l,"iC U t Turkiih Towih mU u i f 2'
IflO fi'f Turkish TwvU Ux.ul of
2i O for Turkish Toh int.,ul of Zu
streets was gladdened on Tuesday
by the arrival of a sou.
Miss Hazel Yan Dusen of West
Leavenworth street gave a luncheon
and matinee party Wednesday after
noon. Her guests were: Mrs. A. J.
Wisler, Grace Trary, Alma Chrisfen
siin, Mr. V. W. Doran, Edith Van
Dusen, Mrs William Van Dusen.
Mrs. 'David Johnson and Mrs. John
Rahshaw were guests Friday of Mrs.
Charles Chapman at Benson.
Mrs. A. J. Wisler gave a farewell
dinner Wednesday in honor of her
sister. Mrs. Fred Lynch, who left fori
ner titture nome in 1 arsons, ran.,
that evening. Those present were:
Mrs Frank Cockayne, Mrs. William
Vickers, Mrs. 1 vnch and daughter
Beatrice, Mrs. Wisler and Master
Kev. R. G. Chenowith preached his
farewell- sermon at Jennings church
Sunday, May 21. He goes to Fair
Nlesdames J Kerns and J. Cole
were hostesses at sn afternoon
bridge-kensington Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Cole, Those present
were: Mesdames J. Gilmore, Will
Johnson, Frank Dunn, F"rank Cock
ayne, O. Wisler, G. Cole, A. ( irontan,
K. G. Sutton. Frank Marshall, O.
Grant, M. Polly, J. Black, F. Lynch
and Misses Lydia and Carrie Wisler.
Mr. J. Reiter gave a surprise party
Saturday evening in honor of her hus
band's birthday at their new home,
Forty-eighth and Pierce streets
Miss Anna Keiter of West Side left
Monday for an extended visit with
relatives at Centerville, S. D.
The Royal Neighbors will give
card party and dance aj their hall on
Forty-eighth and Leavenworth
streets, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Morgan gsve a
large dinner party Friday evening in
honor of their eldest son, John W.
Morgan, and bride, who have but re
cently returned from their wedding
trip. Plates were laid tor Messrs.
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DISTINCTIVENESS, THE DIFFERENCE of the Sales at
and Mesdames E. W. Gerhke, Ed.
Rocco, J. W. Morgan, sr.; L. Smith,
J. Miller, H. H Andreason; Misses
Nellie Church. Adelaide Husak, Vera
Coulthard, Shirley Folder, Lillian
Ashley, Francis Mitchell, Ellen Wen
berg, Bessie Morgan and Messrs.
Mark Miller, Carl Evans, Harry Don
ovit?. The West Side Woman's Christian
Temperance union was entertained by
Mrs H. Nielson Thursday afternoon,
in honor of Secretary Mis Ella Rob
erts, who leaves next week to spend
the summer with relatives at Merton,
Wis. Thirty members were present.
A two-course luncheon was served.
Mrs. Martin Johnson will enter
tain the all-day meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society at her home, Forty-ninth
and Walnut streets. Thursday, Mav
25. Dinner will be served at noon by
the trustees and committee,
POLICE RAID PLACE AND
SECURE QUANTITY OF OPIUM
Jesse Fowler, 2123 Charles street,
was arrested Friday night and
charged at police headquarters with
maintaining an opium den.
Three inmates and Jesse will he
held for the government. A quan
tity of opium and morphine was
brought to the station.
Before Laying Away for the Summer
It's the Best Insurance Against Moths!
"flood ClOftnein end Oynrs."
JftlS-15-17 Jonee Rt. riionei Ponglui OAS,
Branches at 20th and Farnam and 2 4th scd L 8ts.
S. R We will park thnm In moth proof bos or bag, svnd
trnsnnteie th run in opnn up wvtlsfiictnrily In tha te.II.
If yon 11t oat of town send by P. P. Wo py retnra
F. M. SCHADELL & CO
1522 Douglas Street
IN HATS OF VALUES
A.ttrctlT dUplay of Beautiful Hats, In all tho latest models.
Many designs for Summer Wear,
Hats and Children's Hats, at.
25 for neavy Ribbed Towels instead of 35c
19 for Extra Large Towels instead of 40a
119? for Extra Heavy Towels instead of 50c.
4tt? for Damask Towels instead of $1,00,
7!)tf for Damask Towels instead of $1.25.
i)Hc for Damask Towels instead of $1.50.
$1.20 for Damask Towels instead of $1.75.
89? for Irish Hand Embroidered Towels instead of $1.50
8 1 .2?) for Irish Hand Erabr'd. Towek instead of $2.25.
$1.11) for Irish Hand Embr'd. Towels instead of $2.50.
$1.8!) for Irish Hand Embr'd. Towels instead of $2.75.
$1.!)8 for Irish Hand Embr'd, Towels instead of $3.50.
$2.7.1 for Madeira Towels, formerly $100.
$:i,7; for Madeira Towels, formerly $5X0.
KKM.EM1JER, THIS 13 A ONE DAY SALE Prices
Cudgelled and Profits Clouted. Giving you a money
mniiTrf opportunity u rare iu U ts tmusuiU at this teiuon
of the year.
The W.i." h Goods Site. lUrtrd in Xho rain on iktur.
(1 ty will eomintn all day Monday. If the dy h fair and
vuira there won't b much Ifft over. Tht-ro ii a revt
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Ernest Nordin to
Direct the Swedish
The well known local musical di
rector and violinist, Ernest Nordin,
has been secured to conduct a festi
val orchestra of fifty pieces in con
nection with the festival of the
American Union of Swedish singers
at the Omaha Auditorium, June 19
20. Mr, Nordin is now assembling 1
splendid body of musicians which
will support the mass male chorus
of 500 voices in several selections,
among which may be mentioned the
famous "Langsighting" by Edwsrd
Grieg, The orchestra will also ap
pear on the program independently,
in a number of very interesting or
chestral works, by Swedish com
posers. Another local artist taking part In
this festival, is Mtus Corinnei Paul
son, piano, the visiting artists being
Mine. Marie Sundelius, soprano, and
Albert Lindquest, tenor.
Ar Vmir nsrrl Rrfutarf
Dr. Klni' Nnw Ufm Pills ltl kp bsw
I rrcular and snwoms onnsilpUon. rr-,
1 1 nt-a lnitl(Unn and atrk bmd&oht. All
Including Sport tfC
again demonstrate THE
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