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TH? BEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. MARCH 12. 1922.
Mr (S) iloppin vift RAly
"Jote the Fsmily Ironing in One- Residence Beauty Shop Assures
Third tht Time it Takee to Do it
rP HE Thor Ironcr, demoiiatrated at
the Nebraska Power Co.. lit-
I'fnth and I'ariiain. wilt ! tlii fain.
I ily ironing in uttc-third the tune it
Ulff to do it by hand, the startling
taving of time and the money ou
4V( on the laundry lulls oon pay
for thi new Uhnravittg device.
I onvenient term nuy he arranged
ii desired, livery article r( wearing
apparel, dainty frock, hccr neck
wear, liny wearables for the wee
lois. ai well a, ihoc vide durfaccj
of linen over which jon used to
upend o miieh lime are perfectly
ironed in one-third the tunc and you
feel no wrarinc". If unable to visit
i lie showroom for a demonstration
ot the new ironcr, I'll be glad to
send out illustrated folder.
Filet lace i old (or c'dging a
loutidrd neckline. It is all rounded,
hut sold liy the yard, ami mav he
stitched Into the curving line of the
neck without any difficult manipulating
Complete Relaxation Durinf
MARV Dallard. beauty specially,
residence ihop, J9I7 Farnam, al
lure a quirt time of relaxation it
you'll take the Parnam car to her
door where you'll find every modern
facility to the beauty proccs. The
price are very low, phone Harney
Just about this time o' year.
On the heel of March or later.
Some fine morning will appear
Cod's own Labor Agitator.
She (no daughter of a Viking
But a sweet maid to your liking).
Will, vpon her bugle clear,
Sound the signal to be striking.
Which you cannot choose but hear.
Just about this time o' year.
Just about this time o" year.
Bursting through some rosy morning.
In the porches of your ear
She will clamor without warning,
1 She will bid you to be shirking
Every sort of humdrum woik'mg.
Uced her! Follow! Hae no fear!
Wisdom, health and joy ere lurking
In that gyps) call of cheer.
Just about this time o' year,
Juit about this time o year
Let sweet Springtime ease your labor.
When she bids you "Strike!" give ear.
W oik the fields, with her for neighbor.
One wild day beside her dancing,
Let her set your heart romancing.
And, with blood refreshed and clear.
Send you back to labor, prancing!
Hark! Be ready! She is near
Just about this time o year.
Deer Rederi Welceme to Omaka's Saveeteenlh Aenuel Automobile Shaw! Peat-war development will be ia evident at tka
1t22 ahow. Thar will be raw cara tvr displayed In Omaha befere. And the paMtaiar cara ar ly feeture of tkia great duplay.
Commercial vehicle will interest tha farmer and tha buaineaa man. Tha large acceeaory eclioai la always lhrfe4 with car owner and
imrt vrne ara (ntaraatad ia tha new developments. Tom Browa'a "Orcht.lra of Smiles" will play afternoons and vealnia. Doaoratiana
re tKo moat unique) yet attempted. Special railway fare far tba out-of-town viaitora will draw ikouaaada. Toe many features will make
tka Seventeenth Annual Show tha moat latere. tinf on ia years.
Ostrich Feathers Refaahioned, Hat It's a Jolly Place to Co If You like
Bablockcd and Trimmed In Newly to Know the Late.t Hit In Popular
Becoming Ways. mMU,'C
rn HE Kruger hat hoP. JOJ tUr. TH,C '' ': department of
1 ler block. U amo.t rerccfu. 7
ort of a plate. Not only will your one can drop in there just any time
hat look like new, tut your fun will and hear a lilting strain from the
be more lu.itrou. your marabou of a popular music "Int." of Broadway;
new loviincn alter never treatment ' rick Me i p and l ay Me Down m
SeventeenthAnnual Automobile Show Offers Cars of Irresistible Beauty
The Smartness That It Paris
, ECIDES upon simple frocks and
thrce-picee costumes prefer
ably of silk. Perhaps that is why the
Silk Shop, 1517 Douglas is so very
popular. One always finds a throng
of enthusiastic (.hoppers in this en
trancing silk shop. Here are to be
found sliks, directly imported, de
signed to ensnare beauty lovers; the
"iViecrly lovely georgettes, the lus
f ftrously lieavy satins, to gown the
'( viarry-eyed bride, the swagger lieavy
sports silks which carry such an ap
peal to the American woman of
Spring 1922. And who can resist the
rarely lovely wash fabrics, lavishly
wrought Swisses which are shown in
two-Hress pieces, not much duplicaa
tion in one's immediate circle of ac
quaintances is there? You'll find a
most cordial welcome extended by
this shop to Automobile Show
Novelty ribbons, a combination of
two colors, really two ribbons,
stitched together are offered as gar-
... i f - r 1-
tcr linds. ovc ana jac. unc nua
onlv to slip the elastic through and
catch it with a stitch. Voila! Tis
For You- V
Lady or c
Grand. X X
mother. f X
Ti!.E,r ( (
Aero Eight 11 J I
idea . V
Jordan' Brougham Attractive Ex
hibit of the Show.
EASE of handling, refinement in
appointments, a ear light ytt with
all of the easy riding qualities of
the heavy car wfthout excessive
"Hit in the Pine FmMm mi Plane
of First Yankee Airman to Co The Gooi MaxweU Coupe, A lux- -prettiest CadUUei Ew Shown in
Ovr Carman L!nn ne four-rtsseryjer wotea var
FEW weeks ago the motor . TA ' f d D.nvt-
vorld welcomed a car produced GYMMblKY is the ht appt
Omaha Hera Now"
OU'LL quite agree ith every
Dear Old nixirland." "Jut a Little
l ove bong. I hose l).ivs Are Pat."
Any one of them will prove a de.
lightful treat if you like music that's
"peppy" and up-to-ilic-niiniite. Then
there' that dilichtlul ong wliic't
John McCorniartc sinus so heauti
fully, a particularly appealing song
jut before St. Patricks birthday:
"Little Town in the Old fotintv
Down." And the whole O'Neill
family is now available in music.
"Ibis Is the Mother of Piggy
O'Neill." "Micky O'Ncil," "Peggy
O'N'eil." AH of the song listed are
priced 30 cents each. I'll be glad
to send them to out-of-town musi-
ord of the above in which Mr. Weitcott Sedan Provide Numerous c,an-
weight, that's the Jordan Brougham backer
exhibited in the show by the Peter- , !
In honor of the noted ace Ricken- conveyed to the beholder of the Hansen of the J. H. Hansen Cadillac Little Appointments Which Ap-
new Good Maxwell Coupe. Lined Company expressed his satisfaction Pe' t0 Women. ,
throuchout in lustrous broadcloth, with the Cadillac Cars which occupy T?"S little "serib" is being written
ed at the
show by the
Coats for afternoon wear shovv
fullness, given by pleats on either
side of the skirt.
A funlfmc rinMi crttfnftr
. . . . . , , ,. . , . . throuchout in lustrous broadcloth, with the Cadillac Cara which oceuov
son Motor romoanv. Lot of room. " ""'er 01 KlCkenoacKcr - al
a five-passenger canaefty, yet so cabled congrat
cleverly arranged is it that it seems to design an em
jut right tor two it s a car to cap- a tribute from th
turc jour heart! the American ace.
' motor no vibration in
A cape costume of white kasha two to sixty miles an hour. Easily Coune. think it is particularly attrac- to the deep rich red of the two-pas'
,., . L, t . , ..J c. I : - I ' - .. ... j 'h
cioin nas a oiouse oi duck ana vpaaicu, wuiucu win mm u e lucas-
from the interior of the estcott
ulations and offered nnm l? ? " th I Z,X 1 "dan itself-couldu't resist. A tiny
Mem for the car as T'J !u "I i The Four-ra.senger Victoria is a was turned on with the open-
e artists of Par a to v """ " -"- rirtBi a:ffn,rf ,ar in Mo ave mg oi tne aoor to tne interior ot the
It's a delightful for by the purchaser of a car. Wish rown xqnhite in .ppointments,
in a change from you'd note the rather low top of this "Lucerne Lake" Is the name gi
ear, an assurance of perfect safety
to that dainty new satin slipper! Af
ter duly expressing niy admiration
I.:. . f ;i
w nuc pnmea vonc. i
A Wrap May Be Made for One
Frock Only or Be All Things to
Lovely Hairbraid Hats Arriving I )R. t is barely possible that it may
Daily ' v be part of one of the
ant car to drive. It will start in high
as easily as in low. You'll love its
gracefully built lines.
Beautyd Shop. Moved to Larger
TT'S because of popularity!
doubt about it. The Beauty Shop
of the Brandeis Stores has been
compelled !o move from the second
to the third floor, where they will
have much larger space- for the vari
ous necessary facilities for the beau
tifying of lovely woman. The' light
in the new shop is all from outside,
which is particularly pleasant. Here
Milady will find 20 operators, all
skilled in the most up-to-date meas
ures by which to achieve beauty. Mr.
McCarthy, manager of this shop in
vites your attention to the newly
enlarged beauty shop at your service!
A stocking is being shown in
halt-nose mociei witn a snineo
AT the Rertha Botsford Hat Shop,
2nd floor. Neville Block, 16th
and Harney. Models exhibiting the
newest and loveliest notes in style
ful millinery are offered at ?S, $7.50
A dress of canary yellow Japa
nese crepe is effectively stitched
and piped in blue.
Nothing Declared Impossible by the
Expert Dye Operator.
THE Pantorium, 16th and Jones,
are proud indeed of the excellent
results obtained by the skilled crafts
men in their dye work department.
No longer is it necessary to tip a
garment to pieces to be assured of
perfect results in dyeing quite as
satisfactory is the gown dyed in its
entirety. You'll be gratified to find
tl at it is quite possible to have a new
coat for the paltry sum of six or
seven dollars! A gorgeous new
gown for about the same amount.
Kimember that Easter is just around
the next spring corner, however, and
get your dye order in now!
The gored shoe is seen every
where, with an inset of clastic. It
is especially good in long vamped
models, developed in gray and. tan
suede. Patent leather is being worn,
Motion Picture Lighting Facilities in
J m 1 1 t- x i ia? r i n. f hi
part of one Of the chic new nsuu oiuuio, ;w iiun vxtcpiiondiiy jjoua vuy.
IhrM.nifru ,iin vliirh irr en mnHwh filnrW. Sixtwnth anrt Farnam. Well, really you 11 DC
this season. L. Knecter, tailor, 2nd offers the unusual in lighting faciii- s,I3J
noor, lotn ana nowara, is designing
and tailoring smartly lovely new togs
live, and if you're at all versed in senger model which adds silk cur
driving, you'll recognize the ease of tains, as a delicately luxurious note
handling a low-topped closed car as to piusn vtwur uh""-""
compared with a higher coupe. A silver appointments,
luxurious car is this new Maxwell English Hunters Red is a four
with its high-hooded motor, big passenger car with ivory disk wheels
enough for a family of four, it's an and upholstering of fine - patent
Its price, icatner. ....
surprised, The fivc-passcngr sedan in a curtc
purple will delight sho v visitors. for the in!aid mahogany, silk shades, fure,
With a special nicxi i uk cora ior tne roDe, suDiie ois
Belts of woven leather or ;hv fort
ric of the frock woven in a baikct
weae arc a good mile to remember.
One Is Led to Believe That the New
Coiffure is Very Simple.
RATHER is it Minply subtle! A
distinction you'll agree. The
softly shining undulations, the co
riuettishly placed little curls, the new
bandeau of antique gold tissue
achieve an indefinable air of charm
to be desired. It is in the black and
white room, Burgcss-Nash, or in the
Salon dc llcautc. Hotel Pontenelle,
where one may with confidence place
oneself in the hands of the artists
who change Milady's entire appear
ance by a skillfully w.rouglit coit
al prices reduced to a pleasant low-
The gingham frocks for spring
cling to white organdie for collars
and cuffs, and edge the hems with
Paper Novelties Make the St. Pat
rick Party a Success.
THE Stationery department,
Brandeis stores, is gayly festive
with the vivid green novelties manu
factured for St. Patrick day by Den
nison. A glowing bowl of paper
shamrocks with the Harp of Erin in
the center, is $2; little Irish girl and
harp place cards. are 48c a dozen;
nut cups, artistically elaborate, are
priced $1.25 a dozen; tiny green
paper flags, 25c a dozen; black and
kite striped paper shades, sham
rock trimmed, disguise the light
most effectively, 25c each; smaller
in size are the candle shades at 15c
each; assuring a jolly party, the
paper, caps at 10c and 15c; cut-outs
of heavy green paper in simulation
of. "Paddy" pipes and shamrocks,
are 10c for a package of 15; greeting
cards are 5c and 10c; for festooning
arc thf rrcne naoer rous. io icei
tics, the exact svstem used in the -n- : .. - f-,i. "CsnLi. Tan" sedan, very smart in-itmrtion of the silver nmnnrinei. Im. A costume worked out in crav and
Picture studios on the coast, where ioned of strands of silk floss held to- deed in an effective Striped mohair tgine my further delight to-discover white consists of a straight, full cape
Mr. Nelson formerly had his studio, gether every four inches to form the upholstery.
This lighting makes it possible to skirt. The waist is a knitted affair . ,
b.,.. vn,'c,'t. eL-,.r, ,..i,tli- r .1,. ,. i,;. fln itK cWvoi m,rl- silk chain-stitcuing in leai
cr the sun is shining or not. also formed of loose strands beginning at design, edged with narrow pleated the very modern woman there is a The boi'om is cut i I deep points,
ft flarinir until thrv frill. i effectively Used On wmie OP
a memorandum book In window s'll
holder, a card case, a silver mountta
anity mirror ot generous size, for
were caught in at the cuff.
and heavy brown 'brogues are popu- t t,.v ? fnr 7Sr Mav I warn
. - - - - iuiis, - .-. j- - -
New Sports Coats Heavily Embroi
dered Promise to Supplant Sweat
ers in Popularity.
rP HE Ideal
the out-of-town people to order
' Narrow bands of silk or cloth have
reolaced panels, a;id usually hang
Names of French Perfume
factum Prove Ravishing
THERE'S a fascination about
French perfumes which is inde
finablebut if you know anything
at all about the rare essences made
by such able manufacturers as'Hou
bigant you quite understand the lure
of such names as those noted
newly arrived display in
case for cigarettes and matches.
Exhibitors at the Show Visitors as
Well Will Want to Order Box
," Lunches. 1
1 ILLER'S Box Lunches, phone
Dousrlas 6390, will prove a de
lightful event of the day for exhibi
tors as well as visitors at the Auto
mobile Show this week. These are
the rielirinlK hnv lltnrhea ti-hirl, ore
delivered hv aninmnhite trurl- uiiliin vou'll be dcliehtcd with the. facili-
the Green a few minutes after being ordered. ,ies of Hillcrest. Webster. 0752.
of gray tr'vct and a gray velvet frock.
I he cape aMaciid to a deep er
n-.u.c bantl, which lorms tne collar,
Home Cafe Serves Selectable Mealu ,
. at All Hours of ti'a Day and Eve
ning. HILLCREST, the home, cafe ol
Alfred Jones, 2811 Caldwell, is
noted for the delightful hospitality
dispensed, and, for the excellent
homecooked viands served. If yoa'd
like to take a jolly party out for
a big chicken dinner or steak or fish,
Sandwiches, pickles, potato chins.
cookies, pie and fruit all for 25c.
Seems too good to be true does it
not? They're delectable I assure
Flesh colored stockings are still
very popular in Paris. They are tell
ing; of a, gendarme who advised a
lady to put on her hose. When she
told him Bhe had stockings on and
proved it, he actually blushed.
and elastic running through it. It is coats which are ordfrcd heavily em
', llnnnpr' mil will lie tor I : J J r. J ...
called "the flapper' and will be tor
bathing and boudoir uses.
New Draperies to Add an Interest
ing Note to the Home.
T.HE Hayden's.. Drapery depart
Button & Dealing lonecr than the skirt. It is quite the
company, third tloor Brown thine- to have these bands ot a con-
block, will be glad to demonstrate trasting material and color from
the lovliness of the new cape-box which the dress is made.
Hotel Which Provides Hospitality of
THE Hotel Fontenclle, 18th and
Douglas is a hotel of which Oma-
na may wen ue proua. viuc ujn.
nroidered for spring and summer
wear. So effective are these little
coats hat . they're very apt to sup
plant in popularity the well-known
sweater, which has become such an
indispensable part of every woman's
SPRING opening, 1922! The brandeis stores are making elaborate
plans for their spring style promenade which is to be held in the Italian
Rennaisance room, tenth floor, Monday evening begining at o'clock.
Demure little girls in subtly effective gingham, organdie and linen frocks,
stately madamoisellcs in the latest creations of the . French courteriers,
tailleurs unique, bizarre, swagger sports costumes, tailored English tweeds,
everything that a woman of , fashion will need to be correctly dressed
throughout the day and evening will be shown.. Accessories!, Tres char
mant, from her little moire hand bag, gloves with slashed gauntlets, cor
sage, imported cordeiiere, earrings and bracelets ,ot. unusual coloring to
Pharmacy, 16th and Howard: Mon
Boudoir; Mes Delices; Quelque Fleur
Fougere Royale; Coeur de Jeannette;
Le Parfum Ideal. Sachet powders,
toilet water and talcums in these
odors are indescribably exquisite.
Girdles still are most important,
great originality being shown in
them. They are made of almost
every conceivable material cloths,
metals, precious and semi-precious
stones, ribbons and flowers.
And Now Come "Cutie Curls"
"THE F. M. Schadcll & Company's
nave just received a, snipment ot tne nine contingent ot automobile snow turnished little room in which are
fascinating little "Cutie Curls," a visitors to make a personal visit to hundreds of Wallace Nutting pic
large curl cluster to be worn over the shop during show week to con- tures. many of them introduced in
each ear with a soft puff and knot suit Mr. Burgess about his splendid Omaha for the first time. A de
in the back. An inspiration are these drafted pattern which makes it pos- partment in which one is sure to find
artistic little puffy curls for wear with sible for you to make shirts in your just the rare and beautiful bit of art
the new rolled sports hats. Keason- own nom. re sure 10 sec nis ex- to correctly express ones inaiviauai-
cenent line ot snirt taDncs octorc ity in home decoration,
Shirt Tailor Sells
His Own Patterns.
Silks of tne crepe weaves are much
in evidence, and vying with them are
broadcloths, kasha and the new
Rodier woolens showing beautifdl
combinations of colors.
Picture Department Gaily Decked
for Spring Opening.
THe picture department, sixth
floor, Brandeis stores is exqui
sitely decorated in keeping with the
lavish appearance of this great de-
store during the opening
week. One table, interestine indeed.
THE Burgess Shirt Company, sec- displays the lovely black and lavcn
. ond floor. Karbach block. Fif- der silhouette nicturcs. direct Franch
air department, 1522 Douglas, tcenth and Douglas, invites the femi- importations. You'll enjoy the wicker
ment, now located on
i :n- i u. -.. l. i - are lis aoora iu ui- v"""" iv . .. mnriish rhanean w nrh rrmvn t ie pvnntcite v roitterf heart Arminri
the third r. t,-:i j,.. L;j AutO Show this week. Meet your , , . .. f..,.i,:ni f. -r. :nvit-H as well as women, anrl from what
a black Gratte-Knit heavily errtbroid-
ered in white,, with jthe same em
broidery on the skirt; Trcs chic!
One who remembers the old days
of blazers in bright blue, red, green
or yellow and white is interested in
friends in the snifcious lobby and
mezzanine floor, the , interesting
crowds at all times assembled will
make less tedious the waiting which
many deferred appointments afford.
Everything, has been planned tor
Ul YCIIUW IUU "lint .a 111 v aivu n. - . , - ,. .
sport jackets of the same colors in jour entertainment, splendid music,
stripes. Ot course 'he shtye ot tne
jacket is entirely different, but the
effect of the striping is the same.
floor, has an unusually long expanse
of windows, which not only afford
a splendid daylight- in which to
telect the rSOt"l!'w tinted rlrancries.
but give the decorators of this de
partment an opportunity to show
what they can do in window hang
ings, for every window has been
carefully treated, imparting sugges
tions well worth while to the visitor
in the department. A very com
plete stock of cretonnes is offered
at-from 2c to 75c. so unusual and
pleasing that one lady of whom I
heard who is to open a tearoom in
Lincoln bought 60 yards to decorate
the little lunch room for, the college
town. Samples wall be furnished on
' big mauve straw hat has hya
cinth blue worsted flowers worked
no it: not flat flowers, but big puffy
ones, two or three piled against the
side of the crown, and one of purple.
And the edge of the hat is button
holed with blue wool, the hat, of
course, drooping down toward the
Beads Pronounced by Dame Mode
QUITE the proper note in per
sonal adornment, altogether in
keeping with the newest in swagger
WL. are the heads shown
in the C B Brow n Jewel Shop cd for wear on the cross-country au--?n
c.,.u lth Street Chinese iade tomobile tour. In becomingly merged
with its rich green tints and swirls colorings are these scotch and in- jy covered with iridescent sequins
of color has strung itself, bead form, ghsh tweeds, all man-tailored in overlapping each other like fish
n , rnrd rlasned bv a bit of antique swagger lines, iwo-piece suits, the scales.-
gold. This is a rare necklace priced jacket and either skirt or knickers,
at $175. But there are lovely Ama- $39.50; the . three-piece, including
zonite beads, a lovely green, true coat, skirt and knickers, $49.50.
iarle coloring, which mav be had -1
from $8 to $30. and there's a pale Colored batiste lingerie. This
green string of real jade with pierced seems so much more practical to us
white crold claso for but $40. Very water-lovintr Americans than the
able in price, too, for they're but $5
Smoked and rearl elk will fashion
the models in shoes for sports wear
this summer. Rubber soled they're
most practical. Washable my dears.
New Sport Shoes on Display.
fTHE shoe department at Thos.
1 . . . . . e
THE A. Hospe Co. art department,'
-- 1513 Douglas,, is offering pic
tures appropriate to the Lenten sea-.
Three-Piece Tweed Suits, Just the
Thing for the Cross-Country Tour.
T AMOND'S, 1th and Farnam,
' are showing very smart two and
three-piece knicker suits, ideally suit-
excellent food, painstaking service
which contribute to the well-being of
the hotel guest.
The .inner flnatincr srarf of a con
trasting color is a feature of Jenny's son: The Lost Chord, Penitence, De
atternoon and evening dresses, even
serge dresses in her collection exploit
this idea. Frequently the scarf is of
silk, such as foulard.
Distinctive Luncheon Service As
sured. pANDYLAND. J522 Farnam, will
delight you with the greatly aug
mented floor and table space which
has been added since the Automobile
Show of 1921. Much more elaborate,
too, are the luncheons served at all
hours of the day and evening. A
fountain and lunch service you'll take
pleasure in introducing to your
friends. Candies, fresh each day, pre
sent a pleasing suggestion as the
way in which to remember the "stay-at-home"
members of the family who
-were unable to make a trip to the
show.- Make Candyland your meet
ing place during Show 'Week.
Evening wraps are made entire-
I've heard-Mjut,.well that would be telling!
' ' A. string of flowers fastened at the
The middv blouse has returned eirdle and fallinc to the bottom of
with straps at the sleeves and but- the skirt or below it is'a fetching idea X Kilpatrick Company's is display-
tens at the hips. on an evening frock. ing ultra-smart new sports snoes. in
: . - , . the new "smoke tan" is one model
Pictures Appropriate to the Lenten "Home Cocking and Lots of It." with brown trimming applied, "sad-
Season. 'I'HAT'S what the Auto Show v s- d e" stvle oyer the instep, ine soie
x itors will find at the Pierce Cafe, is of leather and the heel is very
Hotel Keen, 316 South 18th Street, low and very smart cut. Pearl elk
It's a cafe where men love to eat be- is the other shoe with black saddle,
cause of the generous size of the black rubber sole and heel. ' These
votion, . The Sacred Heart, Ave servings and where women find "headliners" m .rsports shoes are
Maria, The Young Monk, and a the dainty -wholesomcness most sat- offered at $10 a pair.
beautiful collection of Madonna in- isfying. , " . . ,. .
erpretations from the well-known . A checked crepe.de chine has been
artists of the world. Interesting things have been done shown that may be used in comem
for evenins coats. JNo onr are thev tion witn piain coiorcu .. uV
Earrings of jade, crystal and jet voluminous wraps of costly fabrics, chine or for sport blouses
are good. 1 here are only two but, rather, handsome coats , and
qualifications. They must be drops, capes, showing great variety in style,
and they must be large. material and trimming.
Lovely and less expensive gingham
frocks are among the thinks shown
f r tViA .Anil, T .cc Dvn.ncii'. that te
than they were "last year. Checked sports world
ginghams in rather large checks are.
used for some of them, and some of
t'hem show little narrow leather belts
at a low waistline.
In Line With the Mode.
Gray and white striped flannel has
made a successful entrance into the
The Motorist Who "Knows" Senda
Hia Car Tots to th Scientific
DRESHER BROS., 22nd and Far
tim me,,1! ftrm abili
ties for the cleaning of car togs for
Jewel Gift Shop Welcome Visitors
to the Auto Show.
THE John Henrickson Jewel
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-iv I" L"Z. XV : rr RULY practical is Anne.
; the visitor, to the Automo- buys a dis ractmgly large number
-ci., u.r. vrwi.wilt find cut- qttiowers each month.
glass of highest quality from the wen
I Can Get More for My Money."
this sweet little
and to quote
person, I always
A gown of Sorrento blue satin it
veiled in matching crepe and lul
iide panels of cream iacse.
White broadcloth is used for the
tinderdress, collars and cuffs of a
black serge coat dress.
Rows of tiny coral beads em
broider the blouse and skirt of a
gown of white crepe de chine.
An elaborately embroidered Rus
sion blouse frock is fastened down
the front with nickel buttons.
Coats for sport wear are made
without sleeves, with loose backs
falling straight from the shoulders.
A frock of navy blue crepe de
chine has a jacket and wrapped
Sikirt of blue and white striped tweed,
Floating panels trimmed with Val
enciennes and drawnwork are used
on a frock of sheer pink voile.
in an impressively large sciccuun.
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Silver in nat ana nonowwarc sj10
chests of silver, for the bride at a ,jri
Heavy white silk is used for sports
blouses. These are bound around
the collar, cuffs and opening in silk.
You'll find the John Bath Flower
Eighteenth and Farnam. a
MI- ..J,."., ... . ..... MHIUli:
most anv price vou wish to pay. Ask 'V"',..-"- J:".5 ta cmbrotdered with scales ot crys
to see the diamonds which they have
An evening gown of white satin
mounted especially for your, view ing.
Welcome to the Henrickson Jewel
Gift Shop. ,
Every Train From the East Brings
Models of New Loveliness.
ORKIN; BROS., Hotel Conant
Building, 16th and Harney, ex-
tenrtta with rnnsiderahle nride art in
vitation to the feminine public of 'I 'HE Barcley Corset Shop, 16th
Omaha to visit their store for a view- Floor, 1637-38 City National
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ing ot tne moaeis ot encninting nan mag., lotn and Harney, is a
beauty which are arriving daily from shop welcome indeed. Standard
select- models are shown in the Barclev. or-
tylings ders are taken for tailored-to-ordcr
SPRING is here and Easter is lust round the corner! l ou can make for hia fastidinm Omaha clientele rnrset. and vmt'
of a contrasting color, jet or ame- rose, mauve and yellow that seem ing shop, no fabric too fine for them smartly styleful new frocks, suits and coats at the Keister School of Dresses, wraps and suits are offered of stays and boning offered intercst-
tflvst with the crystal beads, white to oe consioerea quite normal now to tackle. Mr. Automobilist, Dresher ' Dressmaking, sixteenth floor, Lity National -Bank building, Sixteenth at prices to make one marvelaso low ing: Wahjon: Kuva Sta: Barco Bone:
and Harney. Ask about their ticket plan, " ' ve they! ' Vs. .Wyra Bone, Phone At, 7049,
ot eany spring, a mass ot delicately tal j)Cads and fringed down one side
i..g....i U.WN, ,.r, rdui aay. ,vlth whjte ostnch fl,lcs.
There are lovely frocks in chintz A costume 0f brown velvet has
for grownups, too Some of them are a straight coat with a cape in the
made in those real English patterns l)ack cut in a rounded point whidl
on a light ground pm pricked with reaclcs the knees
It Ia Quite Permissible to Mould
One's Figure After Lines of Grace
A jaunty suit of white flannel is
trimmed with pearl buttons and
yellow braid, and has a little blouse
of handkerchief linen.
lovely are the new crystal beads and - lingerie of chiffon and georgette that motorists. No grease is too deeply Spring Arrives and With the First Warm Days Milady 'Takes Her Needle the east, where Mr. Orkin is i
the amethyst which have strung be- it ought to prove popular. It comes ingrained for its removal by the in Hand." ing only the most original st
tween the beads cleverly cut rondels in all the lovely shades of pink and skilled workmen in this great clean- fPRING is here and Easter is just 'round the corner! You can make for his fastidious Omaha cli
rondels w ith the amethyst beads, for underwear.
lint OrtRt. Adv.
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