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bl flMM Of MPWBtiMt. . '
IVliss Gamble Is
I Bride of Mr.:;
Marriage Took Place Amid
I- Bower of Roses at the
' N'-Clanahan Home. ,
l The wading of Miss 'Margaret
Gamble and Mr. Wayne Selby was
'celebrated" Wednesday evening at
half after 8 o'clock, at the home of
the bride's .relatives,', Dr. and Mrs.
H. M. McClanahan. ,
. f The McClanahan home was a
bower, of greens and roses for the
occasion. In the reception room
large bouquets of white lilacs were
used profusely,' backed with palms
and ferns.- The drawing room car
ried a decorative scheme of pink. 'In
one corner a miniature altar banked
H ith ferns was built under a canopy
of Ophelia roses and greenery. Here
the marriage lines were read by Dr.
A. F. -Ernst. In the library lavender
lilacs.; Killaniey roses. ank potted
ferns were used in abundance and
IN THE SPRING-TIME
I) .Ji.. 'M.hx
I NY one kno w,s
enough to carry an
umbrella when it
rains, but the wise
. one is he who carries one
whenit is nly cloudy. Any
ne will send for a doctor
when he gets bedfast, but
th wiser one is he who
tdopts proper measures be
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the dining room decoration was cen
tered on the table. This was elab
orately trimmed with strands of
greens, hung from a,centerpiece con
sisting of a cone-shaped basket filled
with pink and. white roses and ex
tending to the four corners of the
table. . Here they joined ..bouquets
made. of combination of sweet peas,
roses, violets and lilies of the VaW
ley. - -
Miss Katnerine seioy ana - Air.
Maurice Holloway stretched the rib
bons to the air of the Mendelssohn
f wedding march, played by Miss Eliz
abeth Underwood. Miss belby wore
a gown of apricot satin. The square-,
cut bodice was trimmed with tulle
and the skirt made round length and
draped." ' ;"
Preceding the bride came the maid
of honor. Miss Mildred Rhoades.
Her gown was of lavender satin.
The tight bodice was finished on the
shoulders with pink ostrich tips and
the skirt was cut en train and
draped. With this was worn a pink
maline hat trimmed with lavender
ostrich tips. Miss Rhoades' bouquet
was a shower of pink Killarney
roses, lavender sweet peas, and lilies
of the valley. - , i
The groom was attended by his
brother, Mr. Frank Selby. '
The bride, who was given away by
her uncle. Dr. McClanahan,,. was
lovely in a gown of white satin.' The
fore his ills become serious.
During a hard winter, or the
following spring one feels
rundown, tired out, weak and
nervous. Probably ypu have
suffered . from cold or influ
enza which has left you thin,
weak arid pale. This is the
time td nut your system in
order. It is the; time for
A good, old-fashione4 al
terative and . temperance
tonic is one made of wild
roots and barks without the
use of alcohol, and called Dr.
Pierce's Golden'Medical Dis
covery, in -tablet or liquid
form. . This is nature's tonic
which restores .the tone of
the stomach; activity of the
liver and steadiness to the
nerves, strengthening the
whole system. Send Dr.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c
for trial package Tablets.
Koruat City, Kan. "About the only
medicine I have ever given my little boy
is "Uolden Medical Discovery .' at
never was very strong and would be-
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come run-aown very quiciuy, wouia suner
loss of appetite. I would give him the
'Golden Medical Discovery and it al
ways built him up in eood health. I
have also given this medicine as a spring
tonie: for such 'Golden' Medical Dis
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bodice was cut jacket effect7 and
trimmed with seed pearls and rhine-
stones and was finished with long
snirel sleevea of tulle edged with
pearls. The skirt was tight and
draped. The long train fell from the
shoulders and .her veil, one of the
coronet cap effects, was edged with
a strand of orange blossoms. Her
bouquet was of white bride's roses,
orchids and lilies of the valley.
A wedding reception followed the
ceremoney, whenthe near friends of
the family were guests. Mrs. Mc
Clanahan received the guests in f
gown of orchid velvet. I he low-cut
bodice was trimmed with silver lace
and the v draped skirt was cut en
'train. ' ., ' .' '
Mrs. Selby's go-away suit was
made of blue tricotine.. The jacket
was made with a henna silk duve
tytre vest and with this was worn a
close-fitting hair braid hat. -L
After a wedding trip of two weeks,
the whereabouts a secret, Mr. and
Mrs. Selby will be at home with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Selby,, until their
home at . Fifty-first ami. Cuming
streets fa completed.' ; , ; !
ConrJuctorettes In Far Away
Philippines Create I, Great
Excitement In Street.
, Not to be outdone .in progressive
ness by their occidental neighbors,
Filipino girls have recently walked
right into well-paying jobs as ,"con
ductorettes" on the new auto-bus
lines established at Manilla to sup
plement the war-time shortage of
street cars in that city. In spite of
the initial ' shock conveyed to, the
conservative elerrieut of the islands
people at the appearance .of native
girls in positions hitherto filled ex
clusively by men, information "reach
ing 4he United States Department of
Labor" indicates that the experiment
has been pronounced a marked suc
cess, the directors of the company
having expressed themselves as be-,
ing highly gratified with the results,
and the girls, with their 40 pesos a
month jingling in their pockets; be
ing equally delighted. ,
In view of the great difficulty pre
viously experienced in handUng the
passenger traffic in Manilla and
other places the auto-bus innovation
has been in the nature of a godsend,
especially to that portion of the
population dependent upon cheap
transportation, and the enthusiastic
reception which has greeted these1
mammoth cars as they go lumbering
through the streets has not been les
sened by the presence upon them of
the-trimly uniformed co'nductorettes,
each equipped with an official whis
tle and with a collection box swung
iri a businesslike way . from their
Thercare at prcseDt 13 busses in
operation on the various lines and
this number is expected to increase
to SO within a few months' time.
UThe type of Car now in use- carries
about 30 passengers, but the new
cars, it is said,-will have a capacity
of 60 people,; Up to date .between
three and four million fares have
Teeh carried, averaging around a
million a month or more.
Women have been permitted to
practice law in Denmark since 1906.
i.i hi hi
. Battle of Movie Sexes
Do you prefer a man or woman boss? And you, Mr. Boss and
Madame Boss, would 'you rather have men or women working under
you? Why? . ' ' V .
Now let there be no mistake as to who is boss on a moving picture
"lot." The star may get the publicity, but it's the director who runs
the show. Fart of his, job is making the star think he or she is run?
ning it, but the director i boss, and don't forget, it. - :
Would directors rather have women stars or men stars to work
with? , And would the stars father work for men or women? Here are
some contrasting opinions: : - , .
. STARS '
i V Men for Me. . ;
By Ruth Clif ford. '.V---.'
I like men directors. They know
what they want, and they get it.
They, get out their productions on
schedule time," and obstacles that
arise are only incentives for extra
effort. Women are more likely to
succomb to circumstances. -.
In my recent work in "The Mil-
lionaire Pirate.' with Monroe Salis
bury, I realized how efficient a good
male director is. Rupert Julian put
the production through without' a
hitch, and I think I did the best
work I've ever done. ';
Mr, Julian inspired me with ' a
sense of accomplishment. I just
had to give him. the best that was
in me. I've felt the same way about
other men directors. .Working un
der women has been pleasant, but
working under men-is much more
Sympathetic Director Touch.
By Mary MacLaren.
Women directors are more sym
pathetic than men. Given an equal
understanding of the craft, and
equal experience, and a woman di
rector will inspire one with a sense
Men are more inclined to -order
things done---to try to force emo
tion. Women make their effects
more subtly by coaching their
charges into the proper mood, by
making them- feel their parts.'
Men, too, are always seeking the
big things of life. They disregard,
in my opinion, Jhe smaller things
that are even more significant. The
finer points of a woman's nature
are almost beyond man's compre
hension. "The Lady Doctor" .to Be
Presented by High
"The Lady Doctor," to be present
ed by the girls of the Central High
School Freshman Student club to
send a delegate . to the national
convention of student clubs in
Lake City Minn., July 2 to
10, will be given Saturday,
May l), in the Young Women's
Christian Association's auditorium in
place of May 23, as previously
The play will be accompanied by
several shorter numbers and con
tains many humorous situations. The
troubles of Dr. Mason, the lady doc
tor, form the theme of the plot. Mi?..
Frances McChesney will act this,
part. Miss Mary Bryant wilf take
the role of . "Nora," the maid, and
Miss Virginia Jones of Jane Simp-
Jcins. The wealthy Miss. Van Style
will be impersonated by Miss Ines
Shamp, while Miss Marjorie Crich
ton will play the part of "Marie,"
Miss Virginia Frantz that of "Ella"
and Miss Marion Bancroft, "Bertha."
ped, big mouth
AT ALL GROCERS
ler. of Carbondale.
"I was suffering terrible
cramps and pains each
month. I had used . . .
but it didn't give any
permanent relief. The
pains came back on me
. Just the same as before
. . . After taking Cardui.
I was entirely relieved
from the pains, and have
- never been bothered with
The Woman's Tonic
Cardul should help you
as it did Mrs. Hagler, as it
' has helped thousand of -other
women who .suf
fered from the pains and
discomforts front which
women suffer. '?Many
v medical authorities pre
scribe the ingredients of
which Cardui is com
posed for . the female
troubles for which it is
recommended. Why not
try it for your trouble?
I ZQV I A Relish for
Hot or Cold'
I 1 DRESSING
1 H IT 31 m a paper-wrap
K Says Mrs: Frank Hag- V
v i m. ni iarnnnaaie. in.:
Men Every 'Time. ,
By Rupert Julian. ,
It's hard enough to direct men,
but women are worse. Men, by
comparison, are sensible, depend
able, and willing to. work for fame,
instead of just waiting for it to
come. They are used to discipline,
and take orders better than do
The women God "bless 'em be
come "temperamental", as soon as
they begin tb climb. Men are al
ways willing to work for the direc
tor, but women want the director
to work for them.
Women, too, are more inclined to
"hog the camera." They dislike hav
ing any of the. cast featured too
strongly. Men, on the other hand,
are more inclined to be gvierous.
Monroe Salisbury, for instance, al
ways wants the best cast obtainable.
; It will be news'" to most people,
too, that the contracts of many
women stars provide that they are
to have as many "close-ups", per
picture as they wish. Carr you
imagine a man doing any like that?
The Feminine Star.
I fail to see how any director can
prefer a man to a woman for a star.
The average male is as full of con
ceit as a lemon is of iafce. And
I use lemon, advisedly for compari
son. Girls, however, seldom forget the
parf that Jheir directors have had
in their success, and are correspond
ingly grateful and tractable.
Then, too, it is a typically mascu
line, trait to wish for possession.
Watch an average leading man as
he tries fo "steal the scene" frpm
the star he is supposed to be sup
porting,, and you will realize my
The Highland fling will be danced
in costume by Miss Arline Rosen
berg. A doll shop kept by Miss
Edith Weir, at which. Miss Arlene
Rosenberry is a purchaser, figures in
the story. The following will take
the poses of the dolls: Miss Mildred
Osman, French; Miss .Margaret
Logan, clown; Miss Miriam Mosei,
Indian; Miss Grace Hall, colonial;
Miss Carmen Longman, darky; Miss
Evelyn Westgate, sailor; Miss Mil
dred Cohn, Dutch, and Miss Chris
tina McGaffin, farmer.
The play is being directed by Miss
Blanch Eads. The girls are conduct
ing their play independent of the
"Y. W. H. A. Informal Dance. -
The Y. W. H. : will give an in
formal dancing party Saturday eve
ning, May 17, at the Castle hotel.
This will be the last and the, larg
est affair planned by the club be
fore the summer activities begin.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the. event and a large at
tendance is expected. Proceeds
will be given to the summer camp
fund. . s
, - "Fi-Fi" Parties.
Tickets for reserved seats began
to leave the box office of the
Brandeis theater at 10 o'clock Thurs
day morning for "Fi-Fi of the Toy
Shop," which will be presented by
the First Central Congregational
church Saturday matinee and night.
The final rehearsals will be held
Friday in the theater. Box parties
and line parties are being arranged
for. both performances.
Mr. Cecil Berryman will present
his pupils in recital at the Y. W. C
A. auditorium, Friday evening at 8
Mrs. Walter V'. Smith of St. Johns
bury, who haa been appointed chair
man of the State Library commis
sion, Is the first woman to serve as
head of any state board in Vermont.
Ask ior "Bayer Tablets
package marked with "Bayer Cross.
You must say "Bayer." Never ask
for . merely Aspirin tablets. The
name "Bayer" means you are get
ting the genuine "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," proven safe by millions
of people. -f '
Don't buy Aspirin tablets in a pill
box. Insist on getting the Bayer
package with, the safety "Bayer
Cross" on both package and on
tablets. No other, way!
, Beware of counterfeits! Only re
cently a Brooklyn manufacturer
was sent to the penitentiary for
flooding the country with talcum
I powder tablets, which he; claimed
Have You Noticed How Tight
the Skirts Are? '
We Suppose You 7 Soon Be
Wearing Men s Pants. -
; of Charmeuse
By GERTRUDE BERESFORD.
Sleeveless blouses, made- of bril
liantly colored silk, which were so
popular last summer, have returned
to favor with no diminishing of the
demand for such smart accessories
of the summer toilet. Rose . char
meuse satin makes this blouse,
whicrTis cut hkea sleeveless jump
er. The front laps over the back at
the underarm seam and continues
inio sasn enas wnicn noia tne tuii-
ness of the blouse at the waistline.
The back is cut longer than the
front and drops below the sash in
the form of a peplum. A cellar of
white georgette satin finishes the
neck of this blouse and a row of
buttons covered with rose char
meuse outlines the large armholes
Such a blouse is very effective in
pink, blue or orange and looks its
best when worn with an underwaist
of white georgette crepe and a skirt
of white boronet satin.
Happy Hollow Club to Open
Saturday, May 24, With
The special feature plannel for
the opening of the Happy Hollow
club Saturday evening, May 24, will
be the absence of the allied flags,
that have hung side by side with
the-Stars and Stripes since our entry
into the war.
The war, of which no one wishes
to be reminded, is to be relagjted
to the back ground and the entry
-of a gay season of peace, is heralded.
An elaborate decoratipn or nags is
on the schedule. The Stars and
Stripes will be everywhere, in every
nook and corner. The entertainment
committee, of which Mr. Frank
Builta is chairman, plans to abandon
the usual cabaret at the club open
1 May Festival.
'A four days May festival and ba
zar" opened Wednesday evening at
St. Berchamns academy. A program"
will be given each evening by the
choral society x of the academy.
Thursday evening Miss Henrietta
West will give vocal solos accom
panied by Mrs. P. S. Brinkman and
Miss Josephine Berger, violinist, will
play. Friday evening's program will
consist of the regular choral chorus
and solos by the violin and vocal pu
pils of - the school. Saturday after
noon the pupils of Miss Addie Fogg
will give the program. j
One of the very earliest of women
writers mentioned by historians was
Mary of France, -who, in the 13th
century versified the old traditionary
tales of America into those Lays of
the the Romance language, of which
the manuscript still exists among the
earliest specimens of romantic fic
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IN A "PILL" BOX
of Aspirin" in a Bayer
to be Aspirin. - .
In the Bayer package are proper
directions and the dose for Head
ache,, Toothache, Earache, . Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Sciatica, Colds, Grippe,' Influenzal
Coldsi Neuritis and pain generally.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin,"
American made and owned, are
sold in vest pocket boxes of 12
tablets, which cost only a few cents,
also in bottles of 24 and "bottles
of 100 also capsules. . Aspirin is
the trade mark of Bayer Manufac
ture' of Monoaceticacidester of
Salicylicacid. Adv. ,
The first of a series of dancing
parties will be given at the Prettiest
Mile club Monday evening, May 19,
oy me Alamito Uirls club.
The children's dancing party of
me rrettiest Mile club, planned tor
Saturday, May 17, will be postponed
until Saturday, May 24, on account
oi me penormance of t l-r i.
ine-marriage of , Miss Helen
Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Kelly of the South Side, and Mr.
Arthur L. Gentleman, V son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Gentleman of Oma
ha, occurred Wednesday morning,
May 14, at the Sti Bridget's church.
Rev. Father O'Callanhan performed
the ceremony at the nuptial high
mass. Mr. Ralph Murray, a cousin
of the bride, served the mass, and
the Rev. Father Burke of St. Agnes'
church sang "Ave Maria" during the
offertory. . ;
Miss Josephine Kelly, a sister of
the bride, and Mr. E. J. Mulligan,
were the attendants.
Miss Kelly wore a gown of white
silk net and a maline hat of battle
ship blue. She carried a bouquet
of Mrs. Ward roses. -
The bride was gowned in white
georgette crepe and wore a hat of
white maline. She carried a shower
bouquet of white roses and sweet
Peas. . .
-Miss Catherine. Donahoe presided
at the organ and played the Men
delsohn wedding march. She was
assisted by Miss Berger, violinist.
A wedding breakfast for 'the im
mediate family followed the cere
mony, and a reception from 1 until
5 tor relatives and friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Gentleman left for a trip
to calitornia and will be at home
upon their return in Omaha.
Entertains at Luncheon. x
Mrs. T. W. Welch-and Mrs. E. A.
McGIasson entertained at luncheon
Wednesday at Cherry-croft in honor
of Mrs. E. H. Luikart, who leaves
soon with her family for Riverton.
Wyo., where they will reside in the
future. The guests present were:
J. R. Cain. H C. Miller,
B. B. Combl, P. Mockler,
Ida Eaton, San P. J. Plckard,
Antonio, Tex., P. L. Prawl,
W. A. Francis, Roy Ralph,
E. C. Hodder, P. E. Rudolph,
E. M. Hogrefe. J. H. Shlnn.
H. J. Holmes, C. A. Tracy. !
H. V. Jeffrey, N. H. Tyson. I
H. Keating, N. B. Updyke, -
O. B. Lehnhoff, J. W. Welch,
E. H. Luikart, W. A. Wilcox,
Ralph Luikart, ' H. J. Wing-, ,
E. A. Mason, J, S. Wood.
E. A. McOlasson,
' Mist wolever, Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. r. Weaver irave a farewell
luncheon Wednesday at her home
in honor of Mrs. William McCor-
mick. who leaves this week to make
her home in Dallas, Texas. Spring
blossoms decorated the table and
covers were placed for:
William McCormick, William Kerren,
Louis Berry, ' P. Masterman, -
C. Tracy, P. Burkhard.
E. L. Horte. P. Weaver.
Luncheon for Teachers.
The Omaha School Forum will
give a luncheon Saturday. May 17.
at the Loyal Hotel. Miss Marion
Reed will be the hostess and Mrs.
Ward Burgess will tell of the work
ot the rine Arts society. Folio wina
the luncheon Miss Helen Drummond
willl sneak and a vocal solo will be
given by Miss Helen Donovan. On
Saturday, May 24, there will be a
luncheon at the Union Stocks Yards
exchange, when Mr. Masters, princi
pal of Central Hierh school, will be
the host, leachers will be taken out
in chartered cars and after the lunch
eon they will be taken throueh one
of the packing houses.
At the Orpheum.
Madame Breshokovsky. the little
grandmother of Russia, , was honor
guest at a box partv at the Or
pheum Thursday afternoon.
A line party at the Oroheum Wed
nesday evening was, composed of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard BaldriKe. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Baldrige, Mr. and
Mrs. Donald McCrae. and Mr. and
Mrs. John Harte of Council Bluffs.
After the theater the party had sup
per at the honteneile.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryder of Kan
sas City arrive May 23 to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clarke
kit. ana inrs. larne win give a
supper for them at the Country club
Sunday evening, May 25. Mr. and
Mrs. Ryjderi will remain over the
week-end. Miss Marion Kuhn of
Los Angeles, who has been a truest
at the Clarke home for a couple of
weks, plans to remain until the
first or second week of June.
Mrs. Beaton to Entertain.
Mrs. Charles D. Beaton will enter
tain at luncheon Monday at her
Miss Gladys Ellis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Z. M. Ellis, has returned
to Washington, D. C, last week,
where she is in government service.
War Camp Community
The dance at the Armyand Navy
club will be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. Ban Johnson, Mr. and Mrs
Koy dunaeriana, miss uons uoeine,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wilson, and Mrs.
W.'B. T. Belt. All soldiers, sailors,
marines, and discharged men are in
There will be a very important
business meeting immediately after
supper at the Girls' Community
house Thursday evening held by the
D. T. A. Glee club. All members are
urged to attend.
Disturbed sleep usually
comes from some form of
indigestion. . Strengthen
the stomach and stimulate
the liver with a course of
. of AnyMedlciaaia WM
Mrs. Sanford Gifford is visiting
her sister, Miss Ruth Carter, in New
York City. 'Lieutenant Gifford is in
Germany "with an evacuation hos
pital. He expects to return to th
United States about July 1st. Mrs.
Gifford will probably remain east
to meet her husband on hit return.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawrie have
given up their home at Fiftieth and
Dodge streets and have taken an
apartment at the Bransford hotel,
209 South 33d street.
" Mrs. Warren, Blackwell is in New
Mr.' and Mrs. J. T. Gantt are in
Maitland, Neb., where they plan to
spend the summer months with their
daughters, Mrs. Warren Ryder and
Mrs. George Calwalder.
Registering at the Hotel McAlpin -from
Omaha during the past week
have been: Messr B. R. Greene, F.
E. Alexander, W. H. Ostenberg,
Capt. W. K. Riley, Lieut. H. C. Cap
sey. The Misses Betty Grimes and Way
Fisher of Minneapolis, who take
leading parts in the athletic meet,
arrive Friday morning and will be
at the Fontenelle. .
v Dr. Louis "Moon will leave Fri
day for New York City, where, he
will spend the, summer doing post
graduate work. '
Miss Margaret Weaver returned
Tuesday from a ten day' stay with
relatives in Chicago.
A daughter was born Wednesday
at the Methodist hospital to Mr.
and Mrs. D. H. Longwell. Mrs.
Longwell was formerly . Miss Ger
trude Martin, daughter, of Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Martin. 1511 f North
Thirty-eighth street ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Trester
have returned from their honeymoon
and are at home at the Colonial. -
Mrs. Carlisle Whiting of Raleigh,
N. C, is visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Sweet. .
Mrs. R. B. Wilson has gone to
Excelsior Springs, Mo., to remain
for two weeks. -
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. O'Riley are
leaving this week to spend a month
in the Ozark mountains.
One of the first women to hold a
position in the diplomatic service of
the United States was Miss Jessie
Coggeshall, daughter of William T.
Coggeshall, an Ohio editor and poli
tician. When, in 1866. Mr. Cogee-
ehall was appointed United States
minister to Ecuador, his daughter
accompanied him as secretary of
legation and had charge of the of
fice for four months after his death.
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It that way effectively, thoroughly. Why
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a knot, and have to fool with 'paekagey'
plasters, creasy ointment that rub off,
sticky tape, and digging knives and
scissors, (when you can peel off your corn
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and surely, with magic, simple, easy
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corn-remover, the only sure way, costs but
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BIG KIMONO SALE
ABOUT HALF PRICE
ONION OUTFITTING CO.
MAKES BIS PURCHASE
Latest Spring Styles In Japanese
Figured Crepe, Barsani Crepe
, end Serpentine' Crepe.
Sale Takes Place in tne Enlarged
Cloak end Suit Dept. See Frl.
day Evening's Paper for '
, There are hundreds of smart
styles; higrr waistline models.
Pullman robe effects and numer
ous others in figures and stripes
of the highest shades. Some are
hand embroidered, others are
plainly modeled, Every garment
is cut full arid absolutely perfect;
no seconds in the entire lot ' .
These garments were secured
at extremely low prices from a
well known designer of kimonos
and therefore will be marked ex
ceptionally low. It is another evi
dence of the big buyina bower of
the Union Outfitting: Company,
located just outside of the High
Rent District . And remember.
this company considers no trans
action complete until the custo
mer is thoroughly satisfied.
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