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THE uMAHA' SUNDAY BEE: MAY 27. 1917.
Will Dance at Fete of All Saints' Church
Tuesday afternoon Mesdames J. J.
Sullivan, Lewis Cutler, ". J. Duerr,
H. VV. Antony, Clarence Cunningham,
Thomas Metcalf, sr., and C. G. Saund
ers, left for Fort Dodge to attend the
biennial convention of the Iowa Fed
eration of Woman's clubs.
Tuesday evening the members of
the public speaking class of the high
school and the cast of the annual sen
ior play, to be given Thursday, held
a very delightful party at the Fish
and Game club.
Mrs. Charles R. Smith entertained
the members of the Morningside
chapter of St. Paul's Guild Tuesday
afternoon. After a short business
meeting the afternoon was spent socially.
Mrs. H. G. Andrews was hostess
Monday afternoon for the South First
Street chapter of St. Paul's Guild. The
usual business session was held and
was tollowed bv a social-hour
St. Frances Alumnae association
held the last of a series nf nnrtirs
at the academy auditorium Tuesday
wining. Aiic lurnier parties nave
been for members only, but men were
aiso included in this one. Both
bridge and high five were played and
prizes were won by Mrs. J. B. Atkins,
Miss Margaret Taylor, Mrs. Kffie
iveny ana Mr. Don Unthank. The
game Was followed hv rcfrsehmntc
Mrs. A. M. Jackson and Miss Rice
entertained the members of the Gar
den club Tuesday afternoon at their
nomc on l-ourth street. Mrs. J. R.
utea read a very interesting paper
vvnai vc uwe to i-rance. The
ainerent varieties of anemones were
discussed by Mrs. John G. Wood
ward. Mrs. F. W. Dean gave a de-
ngntlul paper on iris. Mrs. Thomas
Metcalf, sr., will entertain the club
Tuesday evening the Senior En
deavorers of the Bethany Presby
terian church had a very pleasant sur-
prise party in honor of Miss Elsie
riyatr, wiiq is expecting to soend th
summer in South Dakota. Games and
music occupied the evening and a
two-course lunclieon was served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pace have as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Rifchard
Huntington of Rutherford NT I
Wednesday evening- Mr. Alva H.'
pcnicK ot Kansas City and Miss
prances f. Hansen were quietly mar
ked at St.. John's English Lutheran
thurch. A number of friends and
.tiauvcs witnessed tne ceremony,
nun 11 was periormea Dy the Kev. C.
i. lunger, solos were sung by Mis
llargaret Schmidt and Miss Elsie
tjcnonoerg. J he bride and groom
ill make their home in Kansas City.
Mrs. J. F. Wilcox was the. hostess
at the meeting of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety ot the Broadway Methodist
church Thursday afternoon. About
sixty members were present and the
afternoon was spent in sewing. Re
freshments were served late in the
Miss Susan Orvis was th cn, r,f
Mrs. A. B. Walker on Thursday. She Betty, returned the first of the week
Kave an inrormal talk in the afternoon from Chicago. During her visit with
on the-worjt of the missionaries in her parents, Mrs. Kiniberly's father
iurKey. At tne time the war broke died suddenly.
out miss urvis was in Constantinople Miss Calista Kerr spent the last
and experts to be sent to eastern week with friends in Creighton, Neb!
1 urkey soon. Mrs. Walker was as- Mrs. W. H. Pendell has returned
eisitu in serving tea by Mrs. W. J. from a visit in Denver,
Jevcrerc ana Mrs. Urake. Miss Ur
vis spoke at Dodge Memorial churcl
in the evening and"Ieft for Lewis on
an early morning train.
Mrs. Robert McPherson enter
tamed the Book and Thimble club
Thursday after, "ion. No program was
given ana tne atternoon was spent so
cially. A former member of the club,
Mrs. A. D. Campbell, jr., was a gnest.
it nas been decided to hold fortnight
AnSLAOE amo Jong. jr0Q3
with his bride, who was Miss Alice
Anderson, and tlxev are now at th
new home of the groom on Forty
eighth and I'oppletou.
Fred Carlsen and family autoeil
here from Harlan. Ia., and spent tl
week end with his mother, Mrs. O
Mrs. I. A. Miller was the weck-en
guest of her friend, Mrs. Guv Mat
sen, at Columbus, who was formerly
Miss Myrtle syas ot West Ambler,
Mrs. Arthur King, assisted by Mrs
J. h. Carman, will entertain the Wcs
side Woman s Christian Tempera
union at the home of the former
l orty-eightb and 1 icrce street
Thursday, May J!.
E. G. Grover announces the mar
riage of his sister. Miss Doroth
Grover, to Glen C. Kelson on Tues
day. They will reside in Couuci
Miss Dorothy McMurrav, who re
turned last week from La Grange,
Wyo., has been the guest this week
ot Miss uurtha Long.
Mrs. Fred Lynch, accompanied by
imss jLyaia vvisier, lett Wednesday
evening lor Indiana Harbor, Mich.,
tor an indefinite visit.
Eugene Simmon, sonhomore of
tne university ot Omaha, lett Mon
day for Sheridan, Wyo., where lie will
spend the summer working on
Fred Saiudon, formerly of West
Side, was married in South Side
Wednesday morning to Miss Eva
Pierce of South Side. They left aft
once for the Pacific coast on their
wedding trip and will be at home in
Denver alter July 1.
Mr. M. Goddell, who has spent the
month with his daughter, Mrs. Eugene
rittman, lett tor his home m Grand
Mrs. Wiitner R. Blackett has re
covered from a severe attack of
Mr. L. Oleson has taken the
Jorgenson home on South Fifty-first
street for the summer, and Mr. M.
Smith, the Anderson home on South
Mrs. Julia Hercht entertained the
following members of the West Side
Kensington club at her home on
Wednesday afternoon: Mesdames
Jack Graham, Thomas McDonald
tteorgc .icklcrtr bam Boyd and
Miss Emilv Wentworth. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wentworth, and
Mr. Norman Brigham were married
quietly last Friday at the home of
the bride's parents. ' "
Mr. and Mrs. George Peironnct
have moved from their home at 5028
Davenport street to their new home
at 110 South Fifty-first street.
A son was born last week to Dr
ly meetings during the summer and and Mts- L- J- l'Uman, 5019 Burt
Mr. and Mrs. If. T. McCarthy en
tertained at dinner at the Field club
Ked Cross work will nrnhahlv lie
taken up. June 7 the club wilt meet
at tne home of Mrs. H. A. Pan son.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Snvdcr will hold il Saturday ior Mrs. Harry Heuner of
reception tins afternoon and evening- Chicago,
in honor of their daughter, Sara Reve. Miss Alice Marshell will spend the
-milium Yemeni nas oeen maae ot summer at home with her parents
tne marriage ot Donald Macrae, 3d, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marshell. Miss
Marshell has been living the last few
years with her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Anirine, m East Orange, N. J., study
mg and teaching music.
Mrs. Margarita Henry, mother of
Mrs. J. J. Lampe, died Thursday
was bridesmaid. Mrs. Macrae and tcr. After i brief service at the home
me paienis oi inc nnae were also Friday afternoon the body was taken
of this city, and Miss Joyce Parker
of Oskaloosa. The ceremony was per
formed at Oskaloosa Thursday by
wiev. mr. Mccnae ot that city,
y'harles Benton, who is a student at
Iowa City, acted as best man and
Miss Imogene Porter of Ottumwa
present. Mr. and Mrs. Macrae ac
companied Mrs. Macrae, sr., home
and will spend the week-end here. Mr
to Princeville, ill., for burial.
The box luncheon which was to
!Lrrt HVXS enu'ren followed
join Battery B, in which lie has en
listed, and his bride will resume her
studies at Iowa City.
a program uf the Women's Mission
ary society, was postponed until Wed.
nesday of his week, on account of the
ti,,,,, 4tn j ri il l i i ncaudv ux 'nib wcck, on account oi me
? ZlZ ,;0,hfe';:.T d-th of Mrs. Lampe's mother.Mrs.
all day meeting at the home of Mrs,
Leo Jones. At 1 o'clock a tw6-course
luncheon was served and the after
noon was spent in sewing and visit
ing. June 28 the club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Fred Applequisr.
Tuesday evening Miss Flora Judson
field her annual reception for her pu
pils and their parents. A very pleas
ing program was given by a number
of the pupils. Mrs. J. H. Strock, Miss
Edna Young and Miss Thelma Poll!
assisted in the dining room and Dor
othy Wollert and Gladys Hunt acted
as ushers. The house was beautifully
decorated with pink roses and lilies of
the valley and the same color scheme
was carried out in the refreshments.
Lampe is president of the society,
Mr. Murray Thomas, who was op
erated on at St. Joseph's hospital last
week for appendicitis, is reported to
be doing nicely.
The Thursday Morning Bible class
will meet again this week with Mrs.
K. C. Peters.
Jack Bostock left on Wednesday
for Wilber, la., on a week's visit.
Mrs. Charles Baarman relumed
home on Wednesday from a week's
visit with her daughter, Mrs. ray
llaney, and family, at Dumfries, Ia.
Raymond Simmons left Monday
evening for Hemingford, Neb., where
he w ill work on a ranch during the
Mrs. Alice Smith spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs. M. A.
Pittman, leaving Saturday evening for
Kearney, Neb., where she will spend
the summer on a ranch.
'The Ladies' Aid society held their
all day meeting at the church Thurs
day doing a big day's work in dec
orating the walls of the Epworth
league room and otherwise brighten
ing up the church.
The home of Mr. anej. Mrs. Frank
Tomsik of East Ambler was bright
ened Monday by the arrival of a
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Holland
and children of West Side went by
auto to Plattsmouth Saturday even
ing to spend a few days with her
Mrs. J. Martin of Juniata, Ia., is
spending the week with her sister,
Mrs. M. Moore and family.
'The flower committee of U. S.
Grant Women's Relief Corps will
meet with Mrs. T, E. Brady and
mother, Mrs. J. Randall, Tuesday aft
ernoon to arrange flowers for Me
Rev. R. H. Chenowilli arrived Sat
urday from University Place and will
speak at Jennings' Methodist Episco
pal church Sunday morning and even
Paul Davie, son of Frank Davie of
West Side, surprised his many friends
Wednesday by returning to Omaha
Emil Kaufmann left the first of the
week for Madison, S. D., where he
expects to be a couple of weeks.
Glen Morgan left Saturday night
for Bremmcrton, , Wash., having
joined joined the navy as a ship
wright. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Stolten
berg, Sunday, a boy.
Mrs. J. D. Shaw of ScottsblufT,
Neb., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Raymond.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Mancinni returned
Sunday from Venice, Cal., where they
have been spending a few weeks.
Owing to Rev T. C. Webster being
injured by an automobile this week,
his pulpit in the Methodist church
will be filled by Bishop Stuntz. Rev.
Mr. Webster, who is in an Omaha
hospital, as getting along as nicely as
could be expected and serious results
are not looked for.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Calhoon spent
Sunday in Benson, the guests of
J. V. Long left Saturday for
Haralton, Mont., to look over the
country. Mr. Long may purchase
land there if he likes the country.
While in Montana he will visit his
son, Will, at Anaconda, who is in
charge of a hospital there. He ex
pects to be gone about two weeks.
Mrs. C. A. Victors of Portland.
Ore.; Mrs. B. H. Graff of Berkplcy, I
cal., and Mrs. K. H. Walker of Dc-
"HAPPY" VAN WYCK
IN COURT AGAIN
Daughter of Former Senator
Makes Third Attempt to
Dissolve the Marital
Happy Theodora Van Wyck Bcn
ner, daughter of former United States
Senator Van Wyck, who died about
twenty years ago, has entered the
Omaha divorce courts again.
She is making her third attempt to
'rec herself from Fernando W. Ilcn-
ner, .New ork real estate man, who.
she says, was cruel to her and failed
to support her.
Her husband is in New lork. Mrs.
Benner returned to Omaha two vears
ago, beginning divorce action on the
ame grounds. . 1 he court dismissed
the suit, ruling that she had not lived
in Nebraska long eough to claim resi
dence here. Her attorneys had
pieaded continuous residence.
Withdraws First Suit.
Three years prior to that time she
started her first divorce suit in
Omaha. It was withdrawn at Mrs.
Benners' request, following a recon
ciliation. She returned to New York
upon her husband's promise, she al
leged, to "support her and treat her
1 he Benners were married in New-
York "October 30, 190.'. She was a
naughter of a. prominent Nebraska
family and he a dashing New Yorker.
Both Mrs. Jlenner s father and mother
In her present suit Mrs. Benner al
leges that she has alwavs sunnorted
herself and their 14-year-old sou, Van
Wyck Benner, out of her personal in
come. She says she alone is paving
for her son's education. He is with
Mrs. Benner alleges that her husband
had a habit of finding fault with her.
contradicting, criticising and ridicul
ing her in the presence of her son,
their mends, servants and in pub
Treated Her Rudely.
She asserts that he continually and
habitually treated her in a rude, dis
courteous and contemptuous manner.
She says he took no interest in his
home and always spent his evenings
She asks the court for an absolute
divorce and custody of their son.
Mrs. Benner's father was United
States senator from Nebraska from
She lives in the Portland apart
ments with her son.
troit, Mich., all daughters of John
Bondesson, came to Florence to at
tend his funeral Thursday.
Miss Marguerite Raymond, who has
been spending some time with her
sister at Scottsbluff, Neb., returned
home the first of the week.
Mrs. Orva McRcvno Ms nd hahv
are spending a couple of weeks with
her parents at Lincoln, Neb.
Luke Simpson left Saturday for the
Great Lakos training station, bavin?
joined the navy.
Mrs. Grace- Chowder and children.
who have been the guests of her
grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Brew, re
turned to their home Wednesday.
Bishop Stuntz to Address
Omaha Uni Graduates
Eighteen seniors, the largest class
in t lie history of the university, will
graduate from the University of
Omaha Thursday evening, lune 7, at
8:15 o'clock. Bishop Homer Stuntz
will deliver' the principal address at
the commencement exercises, to be
held in John Jacobs Memorial hall.
Dr. M. V. Higliee, pastor of North
Side Presbyterian church, will preach
the baccalaureate, sermon Sunday
morning, June .1. Class exercises will
lie held on the university campus
Wednesday afternoon, June 6, at 2:15
The graduates will be: Marion
Carpenter, Olga Anderson. Jean Ber
ger, Elizabeth Berryman. Olive Brain,
Howard De I.amatre, Edgar Ernst,
Fern Gilbert, May Leach, Roy Greet
ing, Marion Pearsall. Barbara Smith,
Floyd Woosley, Elizabeth Seihcrt,
William Thompson, Ruth Sundland,
Joe Weinberg and Andrew Dow.
Old Strawstacks Are
Proving Real Gold Mines
According to reports coming to the
Missouri Pacific offices, numerous
farmers in the southern portion of Ne
braska are discovering that their old
strawstacks are gold mines. In nu
merous instances' the straw in these
Celebrate Decoration Day r
Why Not Take a Picture of '
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2VjJt4'A inchca $3.00 p
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Full I.ln Thermal Bottle!
I.untll Boxes -
Crinklet w.hi. Towels -
60 towelt in package, at 10c
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" 16th and Howard. Douglal 840. T
stacks, some of them two and eve
three years old, is being rcthreshed.
One instance is cited where August
Hauser, southwest of Nebraska City, ,
rcthreshed his straw and cleaned uj
1 30 bushels of No. 2 wheat that ht.
sold at $2.50 per bushel. The cost ot
threshing and marketing was a littlf
more than $1 per bushel and the work,'
including the marketing, was all donf
in less than two days.
We have just re
ceived some beauti
ful 10 karat solid
made of the new
green gold. They
are engraved in sev
eral beautiful and
patterns. They are
designed for soft
cuffs and made to
wear. The price for
links of this quality
is usually $8.00 a.
pair. We have spe
cially pric- CCCft
ed them, at 'Dyt
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Ladies' Spring Wool Suits V2 Price
Dress Up For Decoration Day At These Saving Prices
Wmulprfnl rlijirmino- wool suits for ladies at a ridiculous tirire l
Monday. Every wool suit in our stock is included. Choose yours from
a vast assortment. Monday only, for HALF PRICE.
TRAIN YOUR HAIR AS AN
No class of people devotes as much
time to beauty as do actresses, and
no class must be more careful to re
tain and develop their charms. In
quiry develops the in formation that
in hair care they find it dangerous to
shampgo with any makeshift hair
cleanser. The majority say that lo
nave tne best hair wash and scalp
stimulator at a cost of about three
cents, one need only get a package
of canthrox from your druggist; dis
solve a teaspoonful in a cup of hot
water and your shampoo is readv.
This makes enough shampoo .liquid
to apply it to ail the hair instead of
just the top of the head. After its
use the hair dries rapidly, with uni
form color. Dandruff, excess oil and
uni aic quicKiy uissoivea ana entirely
disappear when you rinse the hair.
After this your hair will be so fluffy
that it will look much heavier than it
is. Its luster and softness will also
delight you, while the stimulated scalp
gains the health which insures hair
iTm In LA " VI
Spring Dresses, 1-3 Off
All our spring dresses at this big re
duction, crepe de chines, taffetas, silks,
cloth dreBses, etc., all are included. Now
is the time to get your new dress at these
Spring Coats, 1-3 Off
Pretty Spring Coats stylishly made,
in all the new spring colors on sale Mon
day at one-third off regular price. Let
us advise you to shop early, as our stock
is very limited, Choose in the morning
Spring and Summer Millinery J Price
Every spring and summer hat at one-half price. Think of choosing such beauti
ful hats as our stock possesses for so little a figure. It's time so come early for
only HALF PRICE.
-BIG SPECIAL VALUES-
81.50 Ladies' Stylish Voile Waists, only.
75 Ladies' Stylish Voile Waists, only....
75 Ladies' Onyx Silk Fibre Hose, only...
J0 Ladies' Onyx Silk Fibre Hose, only. . .
35t Men's Onyx Silk Fibre Hose, only
Ladies' Fancy Sport Coat, $7.50 Value, Monday, $3.95
Mrs. A. H. Palmer and daughter,
Miss Elizibeth, are visiting for a few
weeks in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cullen have
taken the house of Mr. and Mrs.
Anan Raymond at 5107 California
street. Mr. Raymond has gone to
Fort Snelling and Mrs. Raymond is
"staying with relatives in Kearney for.
Rev. James J. Lampe celebrated his
eightieth birthday last Saturday. In his
honor Mrs. Lampe entertained at din
ner the following guests: Rev. and
Mrs. Harry Foster, Mr. and Mrs. D.
L. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Dodds. A number of old friends and
neighbors called during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Johnston spent
several days in Lincoln the last week
on a combined business and pleasure
Mrs. J. E George is expected home
from Calif rnia the last of the month.
Les Hibaux club was entertained
last Friday evening at the home of
The Dundee Catholic circle met
Monday with Mrs Edward Callahan.
Mr. S. R. Rush was in Des Moines
on business the last week.
Mrs. L. fc. Kimberly and daughter,
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533 Men's Diamond
King, 6 prong Tooth
mounting, 14k solid
gold, Roman or ,
$10 a Month I
1175 La ValNere.
fine solid gold, one
one real Pearl, lii
in. solid gold neck
$1.65 a Month
Wedding and graduation gifts can be
selected to best advantage and pur
chased on charge account at Loftis
Bros, jk Co. We have a wonderful
Diamond Rings $15.00 up
Diamond La Vallieres .... 8.00 up
Diamond-set Cameo La Val
lieres 18.00 up
Diamond Brooches 7.50 up
Diamond Ear Screws .... 10.00 up
Diamond Bracelets 15.00 up
Watch Bracelets, Solid Gold 24.50 up
Watch Bracelets, gold filled 15.00 up
Solid Gold Watches 21.50 up
Bracelets, solid gold 10.00 up
Diamond Cuff Links .... 5.00 up
Diamond Scarf Pins 5.00 up
Diamond Studs 10.00 up
Signet Rings, diamond-set. 10.00 up
Waldemar Vest Chains solid
gold 5.00 up
Vest Chains, solid gold... 10.00 up
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w 2p $22
493 Mr's Wntch, hunting can. 16
size plain polished, aborted engraved
desicna or engine turned, guaranteed 2f
years, fitted with 17 jewel Klgin,
Waltham or Illinois movement...,'
Terma: $2.20 a Month
The Old Reliable, Original
Diamond and Watch Credit House
Main Floor, City National Bank Block,
409 So. 10th St., Corner 16th and Harnay St,., Omaha.
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Call or Write for Catalos No. 903.
Open Daily Until 9 P. M.
Saturday Till 9:30
A small group of 75 pairs of Women's Fancy Shoes
in two tone and plain etlects regular .uu vai-
A fine assortment of Men's Shoes in every known
style and size. A special offering for men only
anu its a aanay o.du shoes in an qA Ef
abundance of styles, for VaOU
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tjnly JSL Or So On the Purchase You Make
Choose Your Spring Suits
From These 3 Special Lots
Our entire stock divided into three groups for quick selling-
here, men, is an opportunity seldom equaled never surpassed, in
eluded are all of our highest priced Spring and Summer suits.
Note These Prices and Values!
40 Suits in the lot
regular $16.50 val
ues, all sizes and col
62 Suits in this group,
style and color, regu
lar $20.00 values
98 Suits at this price,
very good styles, in
cluding pinch back,
etc., regular $32.50
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