Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 03, 1918, Page 5, Image 5
-, f rHE' BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY S, 1918. OUNCIL BLUFFS 'GETS ST. FRANCIS ALUMNAE MEET Pnnrth Ripnnial Pnniontinn nf ; VMI VII WIUMIIIUI Will VIIUUII VI National Association Sisters of . Charity, Convenes ' - August 24. t Mrs. J. M. Mullen of Omaha, gen eral chairman of the arrangements committee, and president of the St. ' rr !- Al " . r r j.' amis .-uunmae association 01 coun cil Bluffs, is in receipt of a letter ac cepting the invitation extended two years ago to'the "'ational Federation of Catholic Alumnae. Sisters of Char, ity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, to !ioldtheir fourth biennial convention .11 Council Bluffs. The convention will be held at St. Francis academy August 24 to 27. This will bring in the.; neighborhood of 100 visitors to the city, including 70 delegates with a ..majority representation coming from Chicago. ' -A" tentative program has been ar ranged by the local association, and a complete program in detail will be itiruishcd later. S : . l nr. f n i nuio nunaes uver tsarm Man Escapes; Woman Hurt A Big Chandler car plunged over the. steep bank of Indian creek half i milesnorth of Oak street, Council Bluffs, Tuesday morning and turned turtle. The occupants were a well known Omaha business man and a woman,,- The man escaped entirely without injury and the woman was said to be only slightly hurt. She. was taken away a few 'minutes after the accident and hurried to Omaha in , a taxicab. The man gave no name and said the woman was his wife. OUTFITTING For the Fourth of July is an easy task here because this en- tire building devoted to Men's Wear is showing such a' wide range for choice in Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes , afld Hats that you can get what you want here in a jiffy and go on your . way rejoicing. Men's Clothing Coolness and Comfort Here Frbm the largest and most complete stock of the best Clothing hereabouts, we will outfit . you in clothes that fit and at moderate price, 7 tOO. This is the Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx the best clothing that we know of Suits, $25, $30, $35, $40, to'$60 .Two-Piece Outing Suits Fabric weaves just launched this season, and here first. : Made in the newest military and sport models. Also ' thr more sedate styles for the conservative dressers. Sizes to fit men of all dimensions. The keener judge yoU' are of values the more you'll appreciate these two piece midsummer suits, at - : $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 to $25.00 ,.. , Blue Serge Suits at $25 Skillf uily hand tailored models for men and. youny i men. Made of superfine pure Worsteds in fast colors. Choose from Omaha's broadest stocks and best values. . ' .7 Palm Beach Suits at $9.00 ' Cool, featherweight, serviceable. Strictly new patterns fin light, medium and dark effects. Latest models for men and young men. Materials London .shrunk and : shape-retaining. , --. Second Floor, Men's Building Brandeis Stores v Silk Shirts at $5.95 Was a time when Silk Shirts were con ; sidered a luxury, but they are so uni 1 versally worn right now that they are truly in the list of necessities. At this price we are offering a lot of high I grade Silk Crepe, Broadcloth and Eng- , lish Twll Silk Shirts, a wide range of patterns, but not each size in every pattern. . , Men's Fiber Silk Wash Ties, 15c A big lot of Wash Ties, in plain white and assorted " stripes; about one hundred dozen in this group at this - special price. Men's Hose, Extra Special, 25c Silk Lisle, Lisle and Fiber . Rose, in all the Summer shades; all sizes; run-of-the-, - mill grade, and for that reason, 25c a pauv , Men's Bathing Suits, $1 to $5.98 " 1 One-piece Suits, cotton and ". " ' wool mixtures, and fine all- J , worsteds, in plain and big broad striped effects, vari ' ous shades and sizes. Many of these are samples. ' ; Main Floor, Men's .Bjiilding Brandeis Stores Binte Stores I ?n the Silent Drama j Mu 'The Naulahka," adapted from Rudyard Kipling book and featuring An tonio Moreno and Doraldlna, the Spanish dancer, will be presented today and tomo row. It ia a fascinating tale of the east, exciting, and a beautiful picture which will surprise everyone by Its fidelity to life and its superb artistry. Klalto The fourth special vehicle . in which Madame Olga Petrova is being por trayed at the Rlalto, the first half of the week, contains several absolute Innovations in the matter of photographic effects, serv ing as an excellent example of the most approved methods of camera technique. "Tempered Steel," the picture in question, was written especially for the great Polish screen star by George Mlddleton, author of the Broadway play. "Polly With a Past," and directed by Ralph Ince. The picture is an exciting melodrama, dealing with theatrical life In New Tork. It contains innumerable "punch" scenes, some of which required an extraordinary display of skill on the part of the cameraman. Lothrop 'Tp the Road Wnn Sallie." with Constance Talmadge In the lead will be seen here for the last times today. The play is a lively story of a pretty love theme and in Sallie there is shown a real Ameri can girl who can . do most anything. She gets- herself Into trouble and unaided works her way out and Miss Talmadge Is kept at top notch all through the play in show ing the character of this lively glrL The play itself is an interesting story wtthplenty of opportunity for dramatic effects. Sun A wild and wooly Fairbanks com edy, presented in the center of New York City Is shown in Douglas Fairbanks' "Man hattan Madness." Leaving a western ranch on a trip to sell horses In the metropolis Doug complains to his friends there that life is too dull. They frame up a plot with a pretty girl as the bait to lure Fair banks into the thrill of his life. He visits Count Marinoff at hts house and the girl is there, makes strange signs to htm. He goes upstairs In search of her, falls through a trap door, is bound and gagged, escapes, and while wildly hunting over and under the whole house catches a glimpse of the face of the count's butler through a door way. Breaking down the doorway, he Is confronted by all his New Tork friends, as sembled at the banquet Mid the laugh is on Doug, and he has lost his bet that New Tork cannot produce thrills. He turns the tables, however, when he elopes with the girl, his armed cowboys covering his re treat and preventing pursuit. Empress " Dynamite, " the unrldeable mule, who belongs to Happy Harrison's comedy animal circus at the Empress, causes explosions of laughter at every attempt to ride him. Bill Kalama. the Wizard of the Guitar, lives up to his billing. Moore and White offer singing and dancing with a Una of comedy talk. For the last times today, George Walsh will be seen at the Empress In his latest Fox picture, "The Kid la Clever." Strand. In a little, town Uvea a young man of ambition, whose stock In trade are his smile and serene optimism. He is a newspaper reporter, who gets social, police and political Items for his newspaper and Arcade who on day is ordered by his city editor to interview a grouchy millionaire whose hatred for the press and publicity are proverbial. The young fellow smiles and fights valiantly, and emerges from the combat with flying colors. Anyway, Us some picture. Just the kind you don't want to miss. The title is "Say. Young Fellow," the feature film till Thursday at the Strand. Manager Ledoux of th Empress theater takes pleasure in announcing that Theda Bara Is coming back to us in a 1918 ver sion of her .best vampire production, "A Fool There Was." This play in its new dress Ing will be shown at the Empress starting tomorrow and for the last three days of the week. Miss Ruth Mills of Omaha' Weds Ker'ucky Soldier DafSvin L. Rummel of Newport, Ky., and Miss Ruth Mills were mar ried by Rev. Wilson Mills, father of the bride, Tuesday afternoon. They became acquainted at Dennison university, Granville,' O., of which institution they are graduates, ( Mr Rummel is a member of Battery E, 74th regiment, C. A. C, Fort Howard, near Baltimore. FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS! A BIG LINE OF NEW GOODS Wo only sell Fireworks al lowed by the United States gov ernment. HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS Sparklers, a dozen in box. . 5c Sparklers, larger size 10c Mandarin Firecrackers, 52 irf pkg 5c Large Pistols 10c Caps for Pistols, lc a box; a dozen 10c All kinds of Paper Hats . . . -10c Cork Pistols, Very Harmless the Baby Can Use It Ves.uvius Torpedoes, each. . .le Silk and Bunting Flags in all sizes. This coupon is good for 5c in trade with any order 50c or more. MEYER'S NEWSTAND, 1411 Farnam. Across From the Sun Theater. MEN Men's Panama Hats at $2.50 And if you haven't bought a Pan- ama Hat yet, this is the oppor tunity of the season we pur chased these from the Marks Hat ' Co. of Des Moines and bought them so well that we are able to quote this very, very low price. Get in on this and buy yourself a new Hat for the Fourth. , Gap and Toyo Panamas, hundreds and hundreds of the best styles of the season; all to go at this one low price. Other Straw Hats from $1.45 upward. Caps for Men and Boys as well. Brandeis Stores. Men's White Canvas Oxfords Excellent for Sport and Street Wear.' With rubber heels and white t welted soles, excellent quality, snow white canvas, medium style 'toe shape, all sizes 54 to 11, widths B, C and D, at , $5.00 i Main Floor, Men's Building Brandeis Stores simMmw'SKiRmv? M - . n 1 CL ii33 Voiles and Organdies styles, $1.95 SKIRTS Underwear Specials tor Monday AMKSEMKJST9 TWO SHOWS IN ONE HAPPY HARRISON AND DYNAMITE Comedy Animal Circus MOORE & WHITE j "The Nifty Pair" BERRY & NICKERSON BILL KALAMA The Wiurd of the Guitar Hll I V WRST N S "The Handy Man"'.' MUTT & JEFF - I CARTOON George Walsh IN -The Kid is Clever' Join Your Friends V- at Krug Park July 4th Americanization Fourth of July Patriotic Address Kountze Memorial Church Choir of 50 Voices. Danceland the place to enjoy oneself. Giant Coaster, Monoflyer, Jeweled Merry-Go-Round, Kentucky Derby, Fish Pond, Japanese Booth. Many more, too. Admission to Park, 10c. urn h - . aJIMMIMtX in cool summer and organdies. that meet The Newest Millinery Our selection of Georgette Crepe and -Taffeta Hats are superior in style and less in price than elsewhere. Seeing is believing. $4.75, $6.75, $8.75 16TH AND AMCSEMEXT8. FINNS BIG PARK BAND 1 BIG TIME 1 D -on- 2 4th OF JULY ? 2ManawaPark BATHING PICNICS MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS ROADS ARE FINE LAKE WATER GREAT ' ADMISSION FREE Mary Mites Minter -in- "SOCIAL BRIARS" 2 O H ui U z o u u H o 5 0- n o z o PI H O 2 C c 5 O c Free Motion Picture, 3 Z. Wed. and Thurs. g FINN'S BIG PARK BAND Compare ' Bee Gains 'with Others Brothers OH. ARRIVE FOR OJLUUSS To Orkin Bros, belongs the distinction of greater varieties and greater values for the price. Georgettes, crepe de chines, voiles $2.95 your summer needs Gabardines, piques and golf cords, Tricotines, gabardines, fancy piques and fancy golf cords . . Surf satin,' linen gabardines, golf cords and tricotines . . . -A special purchase of plaid, stripe and fancy silks ..... Baronets satins, white and colored navy and black taffetas Camsoles of pink crepe with wreath design Camsoles of pink batiste with1 face medallions Batiste Camsoles with yoke filet ' j j- - ana organay insertion ........ Envelope Chemise trimmed with lace trimmed Envelope Chemise trimmed with Val. lace and organdy insertion' . . ' Petticoats, knee flounce, trimmed with lace and organdy insertion . HARNEY PHOTOPLAYS. Tues. and Wed. i&DOUGl in "Tempered Steel" AMUSEMENTS. Lakeview PARK Offers Two . Special 4th of July ATTRACTIONS ' in the BIO BASKET ICNIC INVITED and , - London's Premier Entertainers Walter Miss Victoria STANTON AND ORVILLE In Their Famous "Rooster Scratch" Dance DANCING Matinee Tomorrow and every night. ' v Lamp' Jazz Band. Many Other Attractions Including: Giant Coaster Canals of Venice Ferris Wheel Merry-Go-Round Penny Arcade Miniature Railroad Auto Races Box Pall Poller Rink Free Garage Fro P'cnle Grounds. Bee Want Ads Are the Best Busi ness Boosters . - -v. WEDNESDAY 4 Si s' Si nn m ? a $4.95 $3.95 lace Tues., Wed.,Thurs. fDouilas FaifMnte 71 "Say, Young Fellow" Douglas Fairbanks in "MANHATTAN MADNESS" " TONIO MORENO , AND " DORALDINA (The Spanish Dancer) IN THE NAULAHKA Ti'Sr:ftiii;i8i;iii , iiiir4T LOTHR OPfli - ' CONSTANCE TALMADGE In "UP THE ROAD WITH SALLIE" m ; $4.95 f V. $5.95 ...$6-95 I " m 75 !. . i ri $1.95 I S2a50 y '.$2.95 k-N 1 fHS1 ' -h PHOTOPLAYS. ' i ! M i 3 i 4 VI; 4' .131 -'