Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 13, 1917, NEWS SECTION, Page 6, Image 6

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    '1HK O .VI AH A SUNDAY bi: MA if 13. liir
6 A
LODGE ROOM NEWS
OF GREATER OMAHA
Benson Woodmen of the World
Ready to Follow Colonel
Mather and Go Into
the Army.
EMPRESS GARDEN ENTER -
MAETMAN'S
-the HOME of GOOD FURNITURE
AT SANE, REASONABLE PRICES
Benson Camp No. 288, Woodmen
of the World, holds its regular work
session Tuesday evening in Woodmen
of the World hall. Since Colonel C.
L. Mather volunteered to raise a regi
ment of soldiers for the army the at
tendance has materially increased,
members thinking this is the oppor
tunity to get into the army.
r ' a : t tn.i
uerman-nmencan uauiJ ru. iu-
will give a May day festival Tuesday
evening in New Bohemian Turner
hall, Thirteenth and Dorcas streets.
The usual initiation will precede the
entertainment.
Schiller Camp No. 304 will meet
Thursday evening at the German
home, 4406 South Thirteenth street.
Special entertainment has been pro
vided. Marconi Camp No. 421 will meet
Wednesday evening in Columbia hall,
Twenty-second and Pierce streets, for
the conferring of the protection de
gree. Sobieski Camp No. 75 will meet to
day at 2 o'clock in Woodmen of the
World hall, Twenty-ninth and Wal
nut streets, to transact the regular
business and initiate candidates.
Cedar Wood Camp No. 19 will
meet regularly next Saturday evening
in Woodmen of the World hall,
Twenty-first and U streets, for the
purpose of conferring degrees, deliv
ering policies and transacting other
business.
Alpha Camp No. 1 is making prog
ress in arranging for the building
soon to be erected and known as
"Alpha Camp Home." The lot is fa
vorably located and the building when
completed will give the first camp
organization of the Woodmen of the
World a home worthy of that dis
tinguished honor.
The Seymour Guards dance given
at Crounse lull last Tuesday night
was a success. The entertainment
netted a neat sum and will materially
assist in paying expenses of the or
ganization to the grand encampment
in Mobile in July. .
Woodmen Circle Items.
W.iA. Fraser Grove No. 1 will in
itiate a large class of candidates Fri
day evening in Crounse hall. 'The
Dora Alexander guards will assist.
W. A. Fraser Grove No. 1 will give
a May party in Crounse hall Friday
evening. The entertainment will con
aist of a dance program and a special
drill by the Dora Alexander guards,
which includes figures presented in
the drill at the meeting of the state
grove) held in Lincoln.
An opportunity will be given mem
ber! of Welcome trove No. 54 and
Druid Camp No. 24 to assist the new
organization known as Welcome
Grove drill team by attending an in
formal dance in Druid hall, Thursday
evening, May 24. The proceeds of
the entertainment will be used to pur
chase new uniforms and other para
phernalia for the team. Refreshments
will to served. -
v ' Order ol Scottish Clam.
Clan Gordon No. 63, Order of Scot
tish Clans, will hold a short business
ession Tuesday evening, followed by
a social and dance, for the benefit of
the new bagpipe band. '
Royal Neighbor! of America.
Pansy Camp No. 10 will celebrate
Itt twenty-fifth i anniversary Friday
evening in Swedish Auditorium.
There will be program and refresh
ment. . Fraternal Aid Union. 1
Mondamin Lodge No. Ill will give
a card' party and dance Tuesday eve
ning in its hall in Labor Temple. Ef
forts have been made to make this an
event of the season. '
Fraternal Order of Eaglet.
Omaha Aerie will have a class ini
tiation Thursday evening, May 17, un
der the auspices of. the joiut degree
team, ..
At South Omaha-Aerie last Tues
day evening a large class was initiat
ed, showing the new amplified work.
Many new features of the second de
gree were introduced and a goodly
number of the oldtimers came out to
ace the new "stuff," and there will be
more new features introduced by the
team next Thursday at Omaha Aerie.
Committees have been appointed by
Omaha, South Omaha, Benson, Flo
rence and Council Bluffs to make ar
rangements for a big Held day for all
eagles in this vicinity, to which the
"big guns" of the order will be in
vited. '
The next meeting of the Joint com
mittee will be held today at 3 o'clock
at the hall of Omaha Aerie.
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NEW U
YOU WILL NEED SOME
HOMEFURNISHINGS THIS SPRING
Hnrtman's offers yon your choice of the world's largest, most complete
stork of furniture aud home-furnishings at prices that will instantly appeal
to yon. All we ask is Intelligent investigation aud comparison. Hartraan's, to
day, Is the world's greatest home-furnlshlng organization, and our merchan
dise reflect that fact convincingly. Nowhere else in America can you buy
M genuine quality at such low prices and we are here to prove It to you I It
costs you nothing to investigate, ana oniigaieg yon in no nay hiuhmwici
whv nut flnil nt for Ynnraelf whv Hnrtman's is rhlraso's favorite nome-mr-
nlshlng center! We are ready and able to serve you economically and to your
complete and lasting satisfaction.
Special Easy Monthly Payments Gladly
Arranned on Any Purchase If Desired
l ave proved so popular as members
of the Empress Garden's corps of en
tertainers, have consented to extend
their engagement another week and
will De seen in an entirely umcicin
assortment of dances.
Thelma Wolpa and Tommy Bon
ney, juvenile entertainers, will re-
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main amnuir ween. ...it "
talented Omahans will appear during
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me ninncr nour iruni u uum ouk.,v.n.
Miss Mary Callahan has been added
to the singing staff. She acts as so
loist witn tne oarnen quartet, ivnss
Callahan is also an Omaha girl.
The Garden's dance floor is becom
ing more nopular each night. The
almost constantly during the. dance
hours. Attains saxapuonc 11 udim
provides the dance music.
teenth and Farnam streets, Thursday
evening. May 24.
Tribe of Ben Hur.
. Mecca Court will hold an open
meeting Thursday evening.
Maccabees.
A May ball will be given by
Omaha Review, No. 46, of the Mac
cabees, Saturday night at A.'O. U. W.
hall.
Royal Highlanders.
Fcrncliffe Castle, No. 488, will, give
a dance in the hall at Labor Temple
Friday evening.
Degree of Honor.
Anniversary Lodge, No. 220, will
give a card party and dance in the
Danish Odd Fellows' hall Monday
evening. May 21. ,
Knights and Ladies of Security.
ftma.tra f'nnnril Nn 2295 will irive
a dance Monday evening, May 14, at
the Swedish auditorium, Sixteenth
and Chicago streets.
Hard Timt Dance.
The Loyal Mystic Legion, council
No. 253, will give a hard time dance
Friday at the Ancient Order of
United . Workmen hall, Fourteenth
and Dodge. ;
Spanish War Veterans. (
Regular meeting of Le Forby camfr
No. 1, Spanish War Veterans, will
be held May 16th at Memorial hall.
Grafting Saving Trees
Destroyed by Germans
(Correspondence of The AHootated Frees.)
Paris, April 30. France is not un
duly' depressed by the destruction of
the orchards in the evacuated areas
of its territory," because a remedy is
said to have been found for the evil
inflicted on their agricultural- dis
tricts by the Germans. -
As soon as the wholesale felling of
the fruit trees was announced by the
French press an astute Norman peas
ant wrote to his paper pointing out
that nothing was easier than to. save
a broken or hacked fruit tree at this
time of the year by careful grafting.
The Horticultural Society of France
took up- the idea at once and issued
detailed instructions for the grafting
of every kind and variety of .fruit
trees, his work must be completed by
May 15. Thus French ingenuity bids
fair to overcome the problem raiscfl
by the damage done to the fruit trees.
Brotherhood American Yeomen, .
Wednesday evening in Labor Tem
ple hall Omaha Homestead, No. 1404,
American Yeomen, will give the. last
dance of the season. .
The drill team is arranging to put
on a show of alt nations for the en
tertainment May 30. , Next Wednes
day will be a regular business meet
ing, at which time the women's de
gree team wilt put on the work.
Grand Foreman William Koch has
sent a telegram to all delegates, an
nouncing that because of war condi
tions and the request of the president
and state governors to economize and
make sacrifice forethe good of the
country, that the supreme board has
changed, the place of meeting of the
next supreme conclave to Des Moines,
instead of Detroit. This action on the
part of the board saves the brother
hood approximately $20,000 in ex
pense. State Foreman C. O. Heath and Na
tional Delegate Amos E. Henely have
been promised the support of the dele
gates of several states for Omaha .as
the location of the next national con
clave.- . i .
Lawton Auxiliary.
General Henry W. Lawton auxiliary
will hold a regular meeting at 2:30
Wednesday afternoon at Memorial
nail, court House.
Ladies Aid of F. P. C.
The women of the Ladies' Aid of
F. V. C will give card party and
dance at the Labor temple. Nine
The Berg Clothing Co.'s
NEW LOCATION
1415 Farnam Street
A Valuable
Aid To
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HOSTETTER'S
Stomach Bitters
It is excellent in cases of
stomach or bowel ailments
Absorption Process
, .' Makes Faces Young
ducceaa hat at last eom to acitntUtt
who for year haw sousht torn method of
removing th outer veil of facial iklfi In
eaaaa of unsightly eomplexfoni, which .would
be both painteM and harmless. Th new
procMt U ao almplt. 10 inexpensive, the
wonder 1 no on had discovered it lontr
ago. It haa been amply demonstrated that
ordinary mercolited wax (sold by drurcitts
in ounce packagca), entirely remove, by
gentle absorption, the withered, lifeleta sur
face 'skin, showing: the youthful, roeelike
skin beneath. The wax it applied at night,
tike eold cream, and washed oft hi the
morning. The absorption also cleanses clog
Bed, pores, increasing the skin's' breathing
capacity and preserving tone, color and
natural beauty of the new skin.
i A simple and harmless wrinkle remover
which has also proved quite successful can
easily be made at home in a jiffy. All one
need do is to dissolve an ounce of powdered
saxoiite In a hall pint ol witch Basel and
bath the face 'in the solution once a day
fur a whilst AFtf (hat vovy timt application
the finer lines disappear and the deeper
one soon follow. Advertisement.
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SIMMONS" GUARANTEED
LIGHT WEIGHT 2-INCH POST
STEEL BED Outside posts are fit
ted with brass mounts, has 10 heavy
1-inch fillers, artistically enameled in
Vernis-Martin, full size only, dur
ably constructed; special value at
$11.89
BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED And ornamented Queen AnnBed Room Furniture, imitation
Circassian walnut, elegant finish, attractive period ornamentations.
ft- I i fill (Ml
IMITATION CIRCASSIAN WAL
NUT QUEEN ANN BED Head
end stands 28 Inches high, foot
end In proportion, very neatly
ornamented in pleasing design,
run size only. A
remarkable value
at
$19.95
QUEEN ANN DRESSER Large
else base, fitted with 4 drawers,
42x21 inches; all drawers hare
dust-proof bottom, French bevel
plate mirror measures 24x30
Inches. Set In elegant frame,
metal period draw
er pulls. A splen
did value at,
' $28.85
QUEEN ANN DRESSING TA
BLE Note the beautiful de
sign, has 36xl8-lnch base,
French bevel plate mirror,
center mirror measuring 14x
22 inches; two swinging side
mirrors, three dust- (It)
proof drawers, won-A.i 1 3
derful value at v
WEU, MADB ATTRACTIVE
DRKS8KR Has roomy but, fit
ted with 4 largo drawers
with wood pulls, 21x16 Ide
bevel plate mirror, set In neat
frame: constructed of tmitatlon
quarter-flawed oak and finished
irolden. He sure and
see this exceptional
bargain, at
$9.45
DON'T FORGET OUR
NEW LOCATION
Building Formerly
Occupied by Beaton 6
Later Furniture Co-1
HANDY FIBER REED
COLLAPSIBLE STJLKEY
Fiber sides finished In
S beautiful gray en-
am el, large site hood,
adjustable back, heavy
With rubber-tired wheels, rear
Hood bumper wheels, easily
SJS folded and can be taken
on street can, trains, etc
Complete with hood, only
fN An Unusually Beautiful Wtjr
jGf Display of Vary High Jhw
rlrv Grade Rugs at Prtcas
IyA-v that make every one
'jPjj'ka Splendid Bargain.
A Few Striking Examples ol Our Big Values:
$10.85
6x9 Seamless Brussels
Rug, elegant designs . . ,
9x12 Monariif Brus
sels Rugs, at
9x11 Wool Velvet Rugs,
new patterns
$13.50
.$19.89
9x12 Special Seamless ' tS)r rA
Velvet Rug e)3.0U
9x12 Axminster Rug, ffflg FA
choice patterns, for. . . . . . iiuO.oU
9x12 ex, fine seamless 90 7C
Velvet Rug lOJ.Id
A GENUINE MAHOGANY COL
ONIAL 4-POSTER BED Foot
and head-board, 60 inches high,
attractive carved post as illus
trated, splendidly finished, con
structed of selected wood; spe
cially quoted at
$2T.50
A CORRECTLY BTTTLT QUARTER"
BAWED OAK WILLIAM AND
car, MART PERIOD ROCKIER
Vt:M Pull Quirtfjr-Mwed oak fratn,
Jacobean flnlvh, back and seat up
holstered Id high-grade Imitation
Spaniih leather; strongly built
tiuouffnout; extremely a at a An
pleasing design, I II tlft
We Carry a Splendid
Variety of Choice
Period Rockers
THB HANDSOME! tSS
CARRIAGE PIC- Z3Sf J
TUKED HERE
Is mad of im
ported reed, bot
tom resting: on de
pendable steel
frames and spring;
In turn supported
by heavy, rubber
tlred wheels;
comes In natural
or Baronial brown
trimming;, and
specially priced
at
aU-"lliaiiw W-?w2Msl
ATTBACTIVELT DESIGNED 3-PIECE LD3RABY SET-Set
consists of large size library table, comfortable rocker and
roomy armchair, upholstered In guaranteed Spanish imita
tion leather, spring construction below seat, made of se
lected solid oak and finished fumed. A wonderful- op
portunity to secure enough furniture 1jk fj QQ
for one room. Our special low JAeOv
EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE
FULL SIZE FIBER REED ROCK
ER Silltabl. for' porch, l&wn or
living room, natural or
Bnrontal brown finish.
Our low price...
.$3.69
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7-PIECE CHARLES n DESIGN DINING SUITE Exactly as illus
trated, constructed entirely of solid oak finish, fumed or golden, table
fitted with 45-inch top, which extends to 6 feet; has heavy center ped
estal, 4 rope supporting legs. 5 genuine leather upholstered chairs,
with high panel back, 1 armchair to match. si f jm m yv
Special price for complete set of 7 pieces this ?W A jjl II
week at only
THB FAMOUS "RANNEY" SANITARY
AND ECONOMICAL REFRIGERATOR
Built of saioned ash, rounded oornera,
has roomy provision compartmant. fit
ted with removable nickel wira shelves;
larse else Ice chamber, dou- A fa a
ble wall construction, white asH.ajll
enamel Hoed, only " v
RECLINIW BACK PLATFORM BASE
ROCKER Has genuine solid oak frame,
finished a-olden, fitted with footrest,
alldea underneath chair when not In
us, upholstered in high-grade aq Qm
Imitation Spanish leather; a Kk
remarkable value, at S7VJ.UW
Two
Passenger Child'
Swing, like
cut, U.2b
IN A VOURA TIN Q A NEW DEPART KENT, WHICH WILL HEREAFTER BE
Omaha's Greatest Economy Center
Opening Week We Are Offering All Beaton & Laler's Warehouse Stock,
Including All Merchandise Lett From Our Former Beaton & Laler Sale, at
25 Below Former Prices!
Consist ot Thousands ot Fine Hometurnlshlng ItemsDon't Miss It!
Note These Prices, Then Come In and Seejhe Items tor Yourself:
(60.00 Fumed oak, loose cush
ion Spanish leather Arm
Chair 845.00
139.60 Brown Mahogany Carved
High-back Colonial Rocker,
for S29.62
138.00 Mahogany China Cabi
net, at S23.50
$33.00 Mahogany William and
Mary Period Serving
Table S24.75
$30.00 Mahogany High-Back
Tapestry Fireside Chair,
tor S22.50
(25.00 Mahogany Piano Lamp,
24-inch old rose silk shade,
tor $18.75
(8.00 Golden Oak Imitation
Leather Rocker $6.00
$8.60 Mahogany Table Lamp
and old gold Nellie Bly
shade .... : $6.38
$20.00 Mahogany Over-stuffed
Blue Velour Arm Chair,
for .... $15.00
$18.50 Jacobean Rope-leg Drop
leaf Table $13.88
$16.00 Jacobean Oak Rope-leg
Phone Stand and Stool,
for $12.00
$17.00 Heywood Tapestry and
Back Willow Arm Chair,
for $12.75
$16.00 Silver Gray Fibre, Tapes
try Seat Rocker . . . .$12.00
$13.50 Mahogany Windsor Arm
Chair or Rocket .... $10.12
$12.00 Mahogany Tapestry Seat
Rocker $9.00
$10.00 Science Study Table,
fumed or golden oak.. $7.50
259b DISCOUNT ON ALL ALADDIN ALUMINUM WARE
$6.50 Gray Enamel Tea Wagon,
for $4.88
$6.50 Mahogany Candle Stick
with glass shade ....$4.88
$6.00 Fumed Oak Porch Swing,
60 Inches long $4.50
$3.75 Fumed Oak Porch Swing,
42 inches long $2.81
$4.00 Extra 4ize Round Willow
Clothes Hamper $3.00
Handy Meat Grinder .... .694
Convenient Folding Clothes bar
for .... , :.-58e
Your Chaice o! Our Entire Slock at 25 Below "Before Ihe War" Prices
Massive Quarter Sawed Oak Combina
tion Bufft and China Cabinet. Has
heavy plank top, bnt art ass ends, three
handy drawers, finished golden, nighty
ponsnea. rrencn Devei piate mir
ror set in neavy xrame, flll
an exceptional value, d U ft
48-INCH TOP W1LMAM AND MART PER
IOD DINING TAHIjE Made of wlected gen
uine quarter-sawad oak Jacobean flninh, -foot
eiumtlon, 6 graceful poBts and stretchers.
Only a personal visit will con- &Q0 TA
vines your cf this exceptional iy25sDU
ATTKACnVB 4-PA88BNOBR LAWN
SWINO Substantially built of well a
sonad wood, atrontly bracad and raln
forcad: atanda I feet higX A M fm
seats It Inches wide and ao4e il
finished natural v
Brown awnlnf canopy to fit, extra, SXia.
413 -415-417 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET
HIGH-GRADE COUCH HAMMOCK
Heavy brown canvas; comfortable link
fabric spring fillers with adjustable
head rest, soft mattress magazine pock
eta at either end. Price On - m
of swing only, aunshade tOrla. I k
not include V J .
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