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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1918)
THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918.
Conducted by Ella FleisKriianS
be undecided as to which
beverage to order for self-
friends or family after you've tasted
THE EVERY DAY SOFT DRIHK
Not for a single second. Right
Gund's every time no matter what !2
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n '.1ft ter. It's different better.
Try It Have a case
sent home. Watch how
everybody "goes" for it.
' To be had wherever
soft drinks are sold
and that's everywhere.
By the glaas bottle
or case. ......
The Gund Company
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14th and Lvti
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CM thought so hawiioBM, but is
Dow the wone for wear and
those doors and thai woodwork
which need wfinkhing ;
Wo want you" to ffcirf out for yourself what a
wonderful finish Kyanlxe Is for all the wood'
work In your house.
So we have asked your dealer to iMuyo wMn'chsiae Of youcall
for i iwihio lea days and bay a suitable tea cent brush), one of our
regular SOo. cant, any color you Kite.
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Boston Varnish Company
Yyanlmm la id mad ammrama :
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tm remarkable ftnt torail white
work on wood, metal or nlarter.
line It Id the bath room, in tha
kitchen, on doors everywhere.
It leavea a beautiful turfaoa, la
durable. Bowl eerily from the
brash and can be keptwhllaaivj
dean with warm water. Try it.
W. W. Cramer, 2519 Vl. 24th.
H. A. Beitelman, 180S N. 24th.
Dundee Pharmacy, 4923 Un
Saratora Ortjf C, 24th and
Vandaa Pharmacy, 10th and
0. L. Wiemar, 2302 Cumiof.
Petar Wiig, 1810 Vinton. J
rank Zaloudak, 1904 S. 13th.
O. K. Hardware Co., 4831 S.
24th., So. Sido.
J. Pipal, 5218 S. 21.t
So. Sid. ..
Q Stroot Pharmacy, 2725 Q
St So. Sido.
C. C. 'Johnson, Benion.
Koneer Paint & Glass Go,
i4th and Harney
Bee Want Ads Are Business .Boosters,
Guest of Omaha
' Lieutenant, the Prince Stanislaus
Foniatowski, member of the Polish
mission in Omaha Wednesday, was
the distinguished guest entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase at
luncheon at the Fontenelle hotel. The
Chases asked two or Omaha's pret
tiest girls, Miss Menie Davis and Miss
Regina Connell, to meet the prince
and their son, Lieutenant Philip
Chase, completed the party. In token
of the young prince's presence, Rob
ert Cuscaden, leader of the Fontenelle
orchestra, followed the Marseillaise
with Polish tunes. Lieutenant Chase
motored the prince, who was an avia
tor in the French service, to Fort
Omaha for an inspection trip, after
which Miss Davis had the prince for
Prince Poniatowski, whose great
grandfather was the last king of the
Poles, Stansilaus, and whose grand
father was one of Napoleon's field
(marshals, speaks a perfect English,
for his mother was an Englishwoman.
The prince is only 23 years old and a
decidedly handsome chap and was hut
18, when he enlisted in the French
army. He was wounded twice
and gassed once, these having been
experienced in one day.
"Rather disagreeable," that was his
only comment on these harrowing ex
periences. The prince left lost eve
ning for Minneapolis.
Surprise for Mr. Krebs.
Mr. Joseph Krebs will leave Friday
for Fort Benjamin Harrison to do
railroad work for the government.
ans as a surprise a number of friends
called at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Krebs Friday evening. The guests
were members of the Brotherhood
Railway Trainmen and the Women's
auxiliary of the order. The evening
was spent with cards and dancing.
Edwin K. Pearce, son of Harry A.
Pearce, register of deeds, and Miss
Helen Swan were quietly, married
Wednesday night by Rev. Mr. Marsh
of St. Paul's Episcopal church, sur
prising friends and relatives who had
no idea that the young couple were
contemplating matrimony. Although
young Pearce gave his age as 21 years
his father says he will not be 21 until
June 27. Miss Swan's age was given
Although the young couple applied
for their marriage license to Cupid
Stubbendorf at his office on the sec
ond floor of the court house, Mr.
Pearce, sr., in his office on the rloor
below knew nothing of the proposed
actions of his son until Thursday
morning when a reporter told him of
"He surely slipped one over on the
old man," laughed Mr. Pearce, sr.,
"and just to think last night I was
giving him a lot of good advice and he
was already married. I was telling
him to save money against the time
when he might want to get married,
and the young man was just as mar
ried as could be."
Young Pearce is employed in an
Omaha bank. .
' Mrs. Elizabeth Allen Bearden of
Fall River, Mass., announces the mar
riage of her daughter, Anna Louise,
to Paul Arthur Jacobson, which took
Wheatless Day and! Every Day
2 (ream of 'Rue
mmm Vadelicious irv a dozen, way sJ
The right food for evervHndv. v
Your grocer has it Try the recipes on the package.
Minneapolis Cereal Co., Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.
place April 27 at" the home of the
Mr.' Jacobson, who is a former
Omaha man, is now in the United
States navy on a battleship which is
now at sea. He was granted a short
furlough for his wedding, which came
as a complete surprise to the friends
of the young couple. The bride will
make her home with her mother for
Comrade Club Dance.
Attention, right about face, Com
rade club members!
By order of Mr. Charles Burke,
secretary of the Knights of Colum
bus recreation work at Fort Omaha,
club members are commanded to mo
bilize Friday evening at the Service
league rooms. It is very probable that
there will be a special car to take
the recruits to the Knights of Colum
bus hut at the fort,' where they will
be met by a squadron of Americans
not Germans and to the music of a
jazzy orchestra they will enjoy a lit
tle hop. The officers in command
will be members of the Service league
with Mrs. William Archibald Smtih
Entertain For Visitors.
A little afternoon bridge was given
todav bv Mrs. Karl RurV at hor firm
in honor of Miss Luella Pegau of Los
Angeies, Mrs. juna Harm and Mrs.
Gladys Chambers of Chicago, who
are the guests of Mrs. L. M. Pegau.
Long boughs of bridal wreath were
used as a decoration for the rooms
and afternoon tea was served. Seven
guests were invited to meet the
Mrs. If. F. Hamilton entertained
at a small luncheon party at the
Blackstonc today in honor of her
guest, Mrs. N. B. McCall, of Larimore,
la. Garden flowers formed a dainty
centerpiece for the luncheon table.
Cards and Dancing.
The closing event of a series of
card and dancing parties given during
the winter by women of St. Peter's
parish will be held Friday evening in
Metropolitan hall. Miss Cassie Riley,
president, will be assisted by 25 host
esses. A fruit basket will be given as
a prize, the others being flowers and
Field Club Opening.
The formal opening of the Field
club Saturday, May 25, promises to
a vrv crata affair A en.i.t!i1 tnMa
d'hote dinner will be served, followed
by dancing. Reservations are now be
The Detroit postoffice now has 30
women mail carriers in service.
Baby's bonnet is no longer a bonnet,
out a crocnetea toque,
Thursday, May 16, 1918.
STORE NEWS FOR FRIDAY.
Phono Doug. 137.
Your Unrestricted Choice
In Our Stock on the Second
T'S our semi-annual choice of the house sale of beau
tiful trimmed millinery, regardless of what the for
mer price may have been or how desirable, all in one
big lot at $5.00.
The offering embraces a wide'selection of smart crea
tions, individual and distinctive styles that will appeal
to the most exacting.
Large Transparent Hats
Clever Crepe Hats
Pretty Wateau Styles
Including pattern hats
from such famous makers
as Gage, Hyland, Fisk,
Cupid, Joseph, etc. A most
worthy selection indeed.
And there's style here to
suit every fancy. "No ap
provals, no credits, no ex
changes. Burgesa-Nash Co. Second Floor
A. C. Scott was registered at thr
Hotel MtAlpin in New York last
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Holman have
gone by auto to Nevis, Minn., where
they will remain until the middle of
By GERTRUDE BERESFORD.
COPENHAGEN sports silk com
bined with white gives the touch
uuusuai to uus sports sun. i ne
CUtawav coa: is held hv a whir h1t
and a white pearl buckle. Pearl is re
peated in the buttons which fasten
the blue flaps of the coat and appears
on cuffs and sleeves. Developed in a
solid color, with cuffs and collar of
white, this will be found an effective
model for a separate sports coat.
rockets are hidden just below the belt
in the coat flaps. The sports mush
room of rough blue straw wears a
wreath of giant daisies. Very smart
and very useful this model will be sure
Mrs. T. P. Davis returned today
from a three days' stay in Seward,
Neb., where she attended the Ne
braska Woman's Relief Corps' con
vention. Mrs. Clement Chase will leave .
Saturday for the east, as she will
spend the summer in the art colony
at Woodstock, N. Y. Miss Helena
Chase, who has also been studying art
will join her, also Mrs. Sebastian
Hinton of Chicago and small daugh
Mrs. E. M". Searle of Ogalalla. Neb
is now taking treatment at Birch
mont hospital. Mrs. Searle is a Ne
braska pioneer. She and Mr. Searle
were married SO years ago at the
Wyoming hotel, later called the Can
field house, by the Rev. Kuhns, father
of Rev. Luther Kuhns of this city.
Mrs. W. C. Dean leaves Saturday
for Lincoln to spend a few days
with relatives. . -
Miss Stella Gertrude Robinson has
received word from Washington that
she passed the examinations for civil
service and is to report for duty im
mediately. She will leave Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wolcott and
son, Roger, left last week for a two
weeks' visit to Cleveland and Chicago.
Mrs. Daniel Cary returned Wednes
day evening from a month's visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster L.
Spain of Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Visit Council Bluffs Corps.
U. S. Grant Woman's Relief corps
members will meet at Fourteenth and
Farnam Friday morning at 10:30
o'clock to go in a body to Council
Bluffs, where they will be guests at
the relief corps meeting.
Train School Mothers.
Mrs. James Koncalin and Mrs. Ale
Malcolm will entertain the Mothers'
club of Train school at its social
meeting Friday afternoon at Mrs.
Koncalin's home, 417 Center street.
Dundee Club Elects.
Mrs. Charles Leslie was re-elected
president of the Dundee Woman's
club at the annual meeting held
Wednesday at her home, Mrs. N. K.
Sype will serve again as vice presi
dent and Mrs. J. E. Dodds secretary.
Mrs. Royal Miller was chosen treas
urer to replace Miss Olive Ferguson.
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For Two Days More
A Vast Stock to Select From.
Grasp the Hand of Opportunity and Save
$150 to $200 by Purchasing Now. ,
Just glance over this list judge for yourself whether they are
real bargains or not! Never in the history of our business have we
conducted such a sale. Practically every well known make is rep-,
resented, and at prices far below their value. These pianos have,
been turned in by May 1st movers as part payment on new grands
imd players. Many cannot be distinguished from brand new. All
are in first class condition and guaranteed by Schmoller & MueUer,
"The largest music house in the west" Come early tomorrow morn
ing if you would have first choice of these wonderful bargains.
$350 Schmoller & MuellerS195
$400 Chickering $218
$650 Steinway 8235'
$450 Emerson $240 '
$500 Everett $325
.$450 $1,000 Steinway
$550 C.pen $195
$550 Ellington $250
$600 Foster $285
$650 Kimball male $350
Many other prominent makes are
included in this sale, but for the
lack of space are not listed. Be sure to come and see them.
Remember this is the only store in Omaha where you can buy
Now" Steinway, Weber,. Hardman, Emerson, Steger & Son, McPhail :
and Schmoller & Mueller Pianos, also Genuine Aeolian Pianola
Piano. We rent pianos for $3,50 per month.
FariamSt! PIANO CO. Do5a?1623
WE SELL EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC Utfi' j V '
$225 Cottage size $ 78
$250 Rosewood case $ 87
J. & C. Fischer.... $175
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