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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HfeE: OCTOBER 29, 1916.
Mrs. E. C. Luck of Kansas City,
who has been in Council Bluffs to
attend the silver wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Klein, 410
Damon street, left Tuesday night for
her home. Mrs. Luck is a sister of
Mrs. C. A. Linebarger, 623 Seventh
avenue, has as her house guest Mrs?
A. E. Van Doren and small son, Rick,
of Kansas City. Mrs. Van Doren was
formerly Miss Nellie Rick of this city.
Mrs. W. H. Copson, a former Coun
cil Bluffs woman, is in this city,, the
guest of her father, S. W. Scott. She
is on her way from a trip in Illinois
to her home in Denver.
Mrs. J. H. Pace is enjoying a visit
from her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur C. Pratt of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mr. Pratt is warden of the Ufah
penitentiary and they are on their way
home from attending the sessions of
the prison congress at Buffalo. He
has been president, both of tMe war
dens' association and the prison con
gress. Mrs. 0. M. Jensen was called to
Higgins, Okl., Sunday, by news of the
illness of her sister, Mrs. E. C.
Caughey. Mrs. Caughey was formerly
a resident of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Lougee will
leave this week for a combined busi
ness and pleasure trip to Memphis,
Tenn. They expect to be gone about
two weeks. . -
Miss Marie Lenten returned Mon
day from a week's visit at Junction
City, Kan. She was accompanied by
Miss Virginia Rockwell, who will
spend several weeks here as her
Mrs. W. S. Montgomery of Meeker,
Colo., is the guest this week of""her
cousins, Mrs. J. P. Beach and Mrs.
J. H. Keith.
Theodore Metzger, who has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Metzger, for a few days, while on
a vacation from his work with Ahe
Union Pacific engineering depart
ment in Western Wyoming, left
Tuesday morning to resume his work
in the field.
Miss Telia Christianson and Miss
Christine Christianson are visiting
with friends in Kansas City. They
expect to be gone about two weeks.
Judge Walter I. Smith left Wed
, nesday night for St. Louis, to attend
the funeral of the late Judge Adams.
From there he will go to Little Rock,
Ark., where he holds court for a few
Mrs. A. C. Bullock left Tuesday for
Cedar Rapids, where she will attend
the grand lodge of the Eastern Star,
as a delegate from Council Bluffs
chapter No. 441. After the conven-
tion, Mrs. Bullock expects to have a
short visit with friends at Elkhart
Invitations have been issued by
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hendrix for
the marriage of there daughter, Miss
Sadie Hendrix, and Mr, Albert Cou
pee, which will -take place October
30 at 8:30 o'clock at the Epworth
Methodist church, Rev. H. T. Davis
performing the ceremony.
The reception planned for Tuesday
evening at the First Congregational
church, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. J.
T. Jones, who leave soon for East
Lansing, Mich., was postponed until
A charming Hallowe'en dance was
given on Saturday evening by Miss
' Katheryn Sherlock at her home, ,2707
Avenue A. sixteen guests werj
The fall festival being oromoted
by the women of St. Francis Catho
lic church, opened with a dance and
card party Monday evening at the
, Knights of Columbus hall. Tables
were arranged for auction bridge and
high-five and dancing was enjoyed
later in the evening.
The Young Men's Christian asso
ciation and Young Women's Christian
association, are planning for a joint
Hallowe'en party to be held Monday
evening, beginning with games and-
stunts at the Young Men s Christian
rassociation and ending with refresh
ments at the Young Women s Chris
tian association. The party will be
given under the supervision of tXe
physical departments of the two as
sociations, and arrangements for the
program are in charge of a commit
tee of three young men and three
young women. Members of the two
associations and their friends are in
vited, and the affair promises to be
a specially enjoyable one.
The high school cadets have issued
invitations for a dance to be given
Saturday evening at the Eagles' hall.
It promises to be a most enjoyable
Miss Jean Richards of this city,
who is attending the state university
at Iowa City, has been appointed
humorous editor of the 1918 Hawk
eye, the year book of the university.
The staff of the annual is made up
of junior students of the university
who are most representative, and who
have shown in their college work the
greatest ability in literary activities.
Members are chosen from only a
small percentage of the class and an
appointment to the staff of the
Hawkeye is a much coveted honor.
The interest of Council Bluffs so
ciety was centered on two brilliant
affairs Monday evening. The wed
ding of Mr. Robert Daniels of this
city, to Miss.Adele Davis of Omaha,
was attended by a large number of
Council Bluffs people, and "Carmen,"
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UMOt rlACMOM FACTORY IN aNlaKA
"Poiosn Flower" Ballet
the initial number of the opera sea
son in Omaha, 'was witnessed and
greatly enjoyed by a large number
of our pe'ople.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the First Congregational church gave
a farewell banquetin the church par
lors Friday evening at 7 o'clock, in
honor of Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Jones.
Friday evening, November 3, is the
date selectedVfor the party to be given
in the high school gymnasium by the
class of 1916. Twelve members of
the class met at the libary Tuesday
evening and held a most enthusiastic
meeting. The gymnasium will be gay
with Hallowe'en 'decorations and the
refreshments will be appropriate to
the occasion. Following the repqrt
of the play committee it was decided
to leave the selection of a play and
the choosing of the cast to Mrs. Dol
lie Burgess. Claude Sparks was
unanimously elected to serve as busi
ness manager for the play. A part of
the proceeds will be given to the
literary societies of the high school.
The play and cast will be announced
at an early date. Commencing with
the October number, all members of
the" class of 1916, who are away at
college will receive copies of the
Echoes each month. Numerous in-,
quiries have been received from ab
sent members with regard to the
work of the class and this is the
Mrs. B. S. Terwilliger enteretained
the members of the Ideal club on
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Millard F.
Kohrer and Mrs. L. h.. bwanson led
:he discussion of current events, after
which the club continued the study of
Russia. Mrs. W, E. McConnell told
of the church and religion of Russia,
and Mrs. Robert Moth of the schools
and education. Mrs. W. B. Richards
told of the condition of the Jews in
Russia. Next Tuesday afternoon the
club will have a social session at the
home of Mrs. W. H. Dudley. Mrs.
Dudley will be assisted in entertain
ing by Mrs. Terwilliger, Mrs. Clara
Bonham, Mrs.' Freeman Reed, Mrs.
Hanthorn and Mrs. M. B. Moon.
The D. G. A. D club mdt Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. R.
Archer, 223 Stutsman and enjoyed a
most pleasant afternoon.
A most pleasant surprise party was
given on Tuesday evening, when
thirty-four friends ' and neighbors
gathered at the home of Mrs. C. F.
Cooney to celebrate her birthday.
Various games and amusementsvfurn
ished entertainment for the evening.
Mrs. Cooney received a number of
beautiful presents. Supper was served
at a late hour.
The Tuesday History club met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. C. Pryor. Mrs. Charles Pur
dum was leader and the afternoon
was spent in the study of Argentina.
On account of the stormy weather
the attendance was small and a num
ber of the topics which had been
assigned were taken up generally, in
stead of in the way originally
planned. Mrs. L. A. Gray told of the
war of independence and Mrs. W. C.
Joseph of the period of anarchy and
despotism. Mrs. Pryor told of the
constitution of Argentina. The war
with Paraguay, the settlement and
progress of modern Argentina, the
army and navy and general political
conditions were topics taken up in a
general way. The next meeting of
the club will be a social one, Novem
ber 14, at the home of Mrs. A. W.
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to Be Given Thursday
"The Poison Flower," ballet is a
feature of the1 Pavley-Oukrainsky en
tertainment at the Brandeis theater,
Thursday evening, under the aus
pices of the Tuesday Morning Musi
cal club. The orchid, the poison
flower; the rose, white lilac, nas
turtium, cornflower, jonquil and vio
let will be represented by seven grace
ful women dancers, while Andreas
Pavley symbolizes the bee, and Serge
Oukrainsky, the butterfly. Elaborate
costumes worn by the dancers were
designed by the Russian artist,
Leonides Orley de Carva. The ac
companying music is by Liszt. Di
vertisementi include luc l:n:se de
printemps, L'Ephemcre, an Egyptian
temple procession, Bohemian, Al
gerian, Dutch, Hungarian and gypsy
dances; dance of Pan, "Death and the
Maiden," and the Bacchanale.
Miss Margaret Jarman, contralto,
and a symphony orchestra furnish
music for the presentation. This
is the first number of the musical
club's series of entertainments for
Tyler, at which time a miscellaneous
program will be given.
A most beautifully appointed
luncheon was given by Mrs. Oscat-
Keelme and Mrs. Koy K Wilcox ,on
Wednesday, in honor of Mrs. S. E.
Rodge of Seattle, Wash., who is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. John Beno.
Covers were laid for fifteen, ten at the
large and five at a small table. The
decorations were appropriate to Hal
lowe'en, yellow button chrysan
themums, in pumpkin baskets being
prettily used. A pumpkin lantern was
used in the center of each table sur
rounded by violets, which made at
tractive corsage boquets for the
guests. The Hallowe'en colors were
cleverly carried out in the, course
The Book Lowjers met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. W.
Dean. The first hour was spent in
enjoying a nrbst delightful concert
on the Victrola. Mrs. I. N. Flick
inger, who was on the program for
a selected topic, gave an interesting
talk on "The Apostle of Alaska," tell
ing of the wonderful' work which
has been done in that country by
William Duncan. The club will meet
with Mrs. Dean again next Wednes
Miss Grace Welker entertained in
formally at luncheon Wednesday. The
decorations were ,pink and white
roses, a pretty basket of flowers mak
ing a most attractive centerpiece. The
guests were seated at one long table,
covers being laid for nine.
The home economics department
of the Council Bluffs Woman's club
met Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. William Koehler, with
thirty members and six guests pres
ent. In response to roll call, mem
bers gave quotations about flowers
or helpful suggestions along the lines
of floriculture. Mrs. F. J. Suerr read
an interesting paper on "How to Keep
Cut Flowers Fresh." A number of
qiatters of routine business were dis
posed of, a social hour was enjoyed
and dainty refresments were served.'
The next meeting will be held Nov
ember 8 at the home of Miss Eliza
The Dundee Woman's club met
Wednesday with Mrs. H. C. Baird.
Chapter B. P. of the P. E. O. so
ciety met Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. R. Parrott.
Mrs. W. A. Harnesberger, sister of
Mrs. A. C. Pancoast, died last Sun
day at the home of her daughter, 621
North Fifty-first street. Interment
was at Ashland, Neb., Tuesday, for
mer home of the deceased.
The Missionary society of the Dun
dee Presbyterian church met Friday
with Mrs. C. C. Guinter.
Mrs. Austin Dodds entertained the
J. F. W. club at her home Thursday
Mrs. A. F. Hewitt has returned
from a two weeks' visit in Denver.
Mrs. Nye and Mrs. Hoffman of
Des Moines are the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. Mary E. Van Gieson and Mrs.
H. B. Lemere were guests for lunch
eon Wednesday in Council Bluffs of
Mrs. Maurice Goodbody, and Mr.
Goodbody's mother, who has recently
come here from Paterson, N. J.
The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor of the Dundee
Presbyterian church held a Hallow
e'en social Friday evening at the
Mrs. Willis Todd and daughter,
Miss Mildred Todd, have returned
from an Extended eastern trip. Mr.
Todd cdmes in two weeks, and they
will reopen iheir home here for the
Mrs. D. L. Johnson's Bible class
will meet again Thursday morning
with Mrs. Royal D. Miller.
Closed Car Salon
Main Aisla Main Floor
Omaha's First Closed Car Salon
Wednesday, Not. 1 to Saturday, Nov. 4, Inclusive
IN the main aisle at the Brandeis store will be Bhown the sea
son's offering in winter cars the real luxury of automo
biling. Attend this exhibit and see the offerings of the Omaha
dealers for winter driving comforts.
8:30 A. M. to 9 P. M. Daily
Omaha Automobile Show Association
FORMER OMAHA GIRL IS
VISITING HOME FOLKS
of the South Side
Miss Lillian Steinberg entertained
at a linen shower in honor of Mrs.
Charles Atkins, a recent bride, on
Thursday evening. The house was
tastefully decorated in Hallowe'en
fancies. The evening was spent at
cards, music and luncheon. Those
Blanch Whitman, JUael Harrelt,
May me Kelly, Vlula Williams..
Mae StprreU, 11eln Rftlmond,
Ann Mawer, Eva Hartlarigr,
Gertrude Storm, Lilian Steinberg,
Char leu Atklna, H. Steinberg.
H. Lapldua, ''
Mrs. J. Northup entertained the
Thursday Whist club. Three tables
were in play. Luncheon was served by
On Tuesday evening Miss Viola
Williams and Miss Hazel Barrett en
tertained for Mrs. Charles Atkins,
formerly Miss Ann Mauer, at a mis
cellaneous shower. A color scheme
of pink and white was used. The
evening was spent with games and
music, followed by luncheon. Those
Esther Miller, Lilian Sternberg,
Gladys Van Sant, Sadie Roth hoi i.
Katherlne Crawford, Viola Williams,
Daisy Maurer, Hazel Harrott,
Marie Krug, Mary Routte.
Meadamea Mean am
Ham, J. Williams,
P. Barrett, C. Atkliw.
The ladies of the First Christian
church entertained at a dinner at the
church, Twenty-third and 1 streets,
The ladies of the Grace Methodist
church entertained at a "wooden" so
cial on Thursday evening in honor of
the Misses Rose Wood and Mae
Hogany. An enjoyable evening was
fpent by a large crowd.
The West Side Interdemoninational
church entertained at the church hall,
Thirty-eighth and Cj streets, Friday
evening. Hallowe'en frolics were the
amusement, followd by lunch.
At the South Side United Presby
terian church Thursday afternoon, the
Missionary Society held a tea.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Nevins enter
tained at a hard time Hallowe'en party
on Saturday night in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Kervales. Decorations
were Hallowe'en favorites. Twenty
couples were present.
The Marriage of Miss Mayme
O'Laughlin and Mr. James Dunn took'
place at St. Bridget's church Wed
nesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn
have gone on a short wedding trip
and will be at home after November
IS at '3607 South, Twenty-fifth street.
Cards have been received announc
ing the wedding in St. Louis of Miss
Nell Welsh, popular South Omaha
girl, and Mr. Otto Gramlich of St.
Louis. After a southern wedding trip
Mr. and Mrs. Gramlich will make
their home in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swanson are
expected back this week from their
wedding trip, which they spent in
Miss Margaret McNuIty, daughter
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of Mr. and Mrs. J. McNulty, 3502
South Twenty-seventh, and Harry
Frost were married at St. Bridget's
church Wednesday morning. A wed
ding breakfast at the home of the
bride followed the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Frost will be at home aftcn, De
cember 1 at the Helen apartments.
Clef Club Dinner.
The Clef club, composed of local
musicians, will give a dinner Tuesday
evening at 7 o'clock at the Hotel
Mrs. W. H. Baymiiler entertained
at a Hollowe'en supper and house-
warming at her new home last even
ing. Halloween novelties and yel
low chrysanthemums were used as
decorations. Thirty guests were
Friday evening a Hallowe'en mas
querade party was given by Misses
Margaret VVoodward and Juanita
Peterson. It was a progressive af
fair, the first part of the evening being
snent in Miss Peterson's home and
the second part in Miss Woodward's
home. 1 he rooms were decorated in
Hallowe'en fashion, with corn stalks,
corn and pumpkins used in profusion
Mrs. George Koch entertained a
party of friends Tuesday at luncheon
and auction bridge in honor of her
sister. Miss Eva Phillips, who is leav
ing Sunday for her home in Los An
geles, Lai. 1 he decorations were
suggestive of Hallowe'en, Mrs. Kojdi
will accompany her sister as far as
Minnesota, where they will visit van
ous places. Those present were:
Charles Lents. A. C. Kllr,
Paul Peterson, J. K. Wallace,'
R. A. Swartwout. K. Reedy.
Ueorg-e Pelronet, "
Erna. Mvrtis and Benita Rach en
tertained their classmates and friends
at a Hallowe'en party Friday evening
Those present were:
Juanita Martin, Hasel Clover,
Frances Fanainan, Asncs Rothwell,
Teresa Moore, Rose McUrath,
Ma"e Moore, Frances Fodrea. y
Katherlne McGrath, Maadalone Haller, '
Evelyn Ualla, Mary Steepy,
Manruoritfl Hyan, Rose Fangman,
Ruth Brltton, Mary U'Paunherly,
Elisabeth Murphy, Melltta Dempeey,
Kathlcon Dlneen, Adnle Urady,
Mary McOovern, Hernadeen Boyle,
Katherlne Gallagher, Margaret McCabe,
Katherlne Glllan. Oladya Riley,
Mary Wleberg, ' Margaret Haller.
Stephen Brady, Vergil Rhodes.
Laaaona in Free Hand Sketching .and
Claaiaa Friday Evening, 7i30 to 0 o'clock
Saturday Morning-, 10 to 12 o'clock.
MISS MARTHA R. EMIG,
Phone Doug. 3261. 400 Ware Block.
How to Judge a
Woman by Her Hair
There are always the well-kriown
and semi-humorous methods, such
as saying brunettes are quick-tempered.
But there is real common
sense in just noticing whether the
hair is well kept to judge a woman's
neatness. If you are one of the few
who try to make the most of your
hair, remember that it is not advis
able to wash the hair with any cleans
er made for all purposes, but always
use some good preparation made ex
pressly for shampooing. You canen
joy the very best by getting some
canthrox from your druggist and dis
solving a tcaspoonfu! in a cup of hot
water when your shampoo is all ready.
After its use the hair dries rapidly
with uniform color. Dandruff, excess
oil and dirt are dissolved and entirely
disappear. Your hair will be so fluffy
that it will look much heavier than it
is. Its lustre and softness will also
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gains the health which insures hair
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and rendering it possible to
classify cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted; the other Rest Cot
tage being designed for and do
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental eases requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
Mrs. C. A. Tarcy will be hostess for
the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society
next Wednesday, when a program will
Mrs. M. D. Bramon of Missouri
Valley and Dr. H. J. Mills of May
wood, Neb., were recent guests at the
W. J. Mills home.
Mrs. Charles Klauchard of Herman,
Nel., spent last Friday visiting Mm.
Cecil Vananda of Fontenelle, Neb.,
spent last week visiting at the Charles
Miss Nina shellhurg of Sioux City
and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Nelson of
Kansas were guests last week at the
J. Wilber Nelson home.
Mrs. A. SI. Safford, who has been
visiting here two weeks, went to Lin
coln on Friday to visit a short time.
Messrs. E. C. Hodder, Herman
Wulll. 1). K. Washburn and W. B.
l.il.ienstolpe attended the Beveridge
reception on Friday evening.
The women of the Methodist church
gave a Hallowe'en chicken dinner at
the church last Thursday evening.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Howe last week. Mrs. Howe's
son is the third in the Woman's club
The Rcbeka lodge gave an enter
tainment and lunch for members and
friends last Friday evening after the
The Tuesday Bible class will meet
next week at the home of Mrs. J. V.
Mrs. K. Parker entertained the Tri
City Birthday club at her home last
Miss Lillian Hansen returned today
from Nebraska City, where she at
tended the wedding of her cousin.
Frank Wulfl of Colorado Springs,
Colo., accompanied by his son, has
been visiting his brothers, Herman
and Gus Wulff.
Miss Helen Jbrgenson entertained
at a Hallowe'en party last Wednes
Miss Irene Pence entertains at a
Hallowe'en and fortune-telling party
Mrs. Kd Janke will entertain for
the Loyal Daughters' club next Tues
Mr. and Mrs. K. Liljenstolpe enter
tained at dinner last Sunday. Cov
ers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. W.
McCaffrey, Misses Lochner, Edith
Dahlstrom, A. Mathews and Mrs. M.
Misses Frankie and Jessie Bullock
entertained the Guild at their home
last Monday evening.
Miss Merle Williams entertained
eighteen young people at her home
last week at a Hallowe'en party.
Mrs. Peter Christiansen entertained
at a dinner, last Sunday in honor of
her birthday anniversary.
Mrs. O'. M. Brotemarkle enter
tained at a dinner on Wednesday.
Covers were laid for Mrs. F. Mower,
Mrs. William Mower of Omaha and
Mrs. A. Ross of Topeka, Kan.
The Methodist choir will give a
musical service this evening instead
of the regular sermon.
The Marquette and 6. L. S. clubs
gave a two days' entertainment and
bazar Thursday and Friday of last
Dorothy Rahsome entertained her
father, mother and sister at Bellevuc
the last Week. Miss Ransome re
turned with her parents to spend the
Ruth and Susan Jillson entertained
at an informal feed in their rooms
in Fontenelle hall Friday morning
at 4:30 a. m., after the young women
had seen the foot ball men away on
the trip to Wayne. ,
Members of the foot ball team
spent Saturday as the guests of Cap-
Of Unusual Interest to Card Clubs
We have obtained an entirely new design in Sterling
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tain Walter Racely at his home in
Pender. The team went to Pender
after the game at Wayne on Friday. -Messrs.
Oakley and Peglar of
Palmyra, Neb., spent the. week-end at
Mr. and Mrs. Don Kaley and daugh
ter, Dorothy, returned Tuesday from
Strasburi. Colo., where they have
spent the summer on their ranch.
Miss Ada Ganti returned home'
Monday from Marsland, Neb., whej
she has been the guest of her twin
sister, Mrs. Warren Ryder, two
Mr. and Mrs. William Lohse wel
comed a son to their home on West
Mrs. M. Burk left last week for a
visit with relatives at Nevada, Ia.
The Epworth league of Jennings
church will give a Hallowe'en social
at the church Friday evening.
Mesdames M. Heligso of Lincoln
and Harold Goll and daughter of
Calhoun, Neb., are the guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacobsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bostock and
daughter, Vera, of Glenwood, Ia.,
were the week-end guests of their
aunt, Mrs. Frank Cockayne.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson enter
tained Monday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. D. Murray of Benson, i
Frank Hendain, formerly of West
Side, arrived Monday from Canada
for a lengthy visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Pichard are
taking possession of their new home
on South Fifty-first street.
Mrs. J. Thompson of Anako, Neb.,
is the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs.
N. F. Thompson.
Mrs, C. C. Wilson, who has been
spending the summer in Portland,
Ore., returned home here this week.
The West Side Women's Christian
Temperance union will give a get
acquainted social to their new mem
bers at an all-day meeting at the
church Wednesday, November 1.
Mrs. Moran and daughter, Mrs.
Basil Nansler, have returned from a
visit with relatives at North Bend.
William Propst of Flattsmouth has
been visiting in this vicinity for the
past two days.
Ms. Charles Chronister was a
visitor to Omaha Thursday.
A son was born Friday to Mr. and
(Hamilton Cafe j
24th and Fantara Street. 1
P. A. (Pat) ANCEUBERO
Special Sunday Dinner
13 O'clock Nmk Until I P.
Pure of Cclerr
Coniommt of Royal
Fried Halibut with Tartar Sau
Chicken with Drilling
Roait Botf with Brown Gravy
Roast Punk with Apple Bauoe
Atiortment of Cold Meata
Candled Bweet Potatoes with D-Mo
8 tewed Tomatoea Green Pau
Apple Pit Heme Made Mtnea PI
lea Cream Custard Pie
A LA CARTE and TABLE d'HOTB
A LA (
Open 7 A. M. to P. M.
and, a a special introductory offer,
we are placing it on sale this week
at very low prices.
Sterling Silver Dinner Fork.. $1.73
Sterling Silver Dinner Knife. .$1.65
Sterling Silver Dessert Spoon, $1.73
Sterling Silver Tea Spoon 73c
Sterling Silver Hammered Tea
Spoon, at $1.00
Sterling Silver Oyster Fork. . . .92c
Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon. .$1.45
Sterling Silver Cream Ladle. .$1.45
Sterling Silver Butter Knife. .$1.65
Sterling Silver Jelly Kntfe. (.$1.25
Sterling Silver Olive Spoon and
spear, at $1.05
Sterling Silver Cold Meat Fork,
Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs. .$1.15
Sterling Silver Gravy Ladle . . . $2.25
Sterling Silver Salad Set, Fork and
Spoon, at $3.90
Sterling Silver Cake Knife. . .$1.65
Sterling Silver Carving Set. . .$3.90
Sterling Silver Bird Set $2.90
Sterling Silver Tomato Server,
Sterling Silver Berry Spoon. .$3.30
Sterling Silver Child Set, Knife,
Fork and Spoon $3.30
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