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THE FEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. APRIL 23. 1922.
Benton Woman's Club.
Meinbri of lite Benton Woman's
dub hiII entertain at their annual
J o'clock luncheon Thursday, April
.7, at flie l'rcttiett Mile club. Mra.
W. A. Wilcox will be toatiuitrc
anil Mcflanii-i t'. C. Beavers, A. N.
Hour, i:, W. Jolmion inl 1'. U.
Olitrr, will respond with tnati on
the subject To.ibilily," "Co-Op.
cratiou, "AiuiiiciiMl redcratton'
and "A Message (or the New Year."
.Suggetioit tor the r'..-.'J iro.
gram will be given by Metd.imrs C
X. Wolfe. N. II. Tyson, C II. laris
and E. W. Norri. After the lunch.
eon, the double quartet. assisted by
Miss Marganie I.iljenstolpe and
Mi it tunic Iheim wilt en
tertain at a musical program. Club
member will meet at 12:15 at the
rity ball, where can will be await
i nc to take them to the fretticst
Mile Club Iioukc.
Arbor Day Program.
Mn. E. W. Jolmion bad charge
of the Benton Woman' club Arbor
clay program. A tree was planted
on the ground of the Koe Hill
school Saturday at 4 p. in. Mrs. C
I". Heaver, president of the club,
placed the first shovel of earth and
the tree wa dedicated to the mem
ory of the late past president. Mrs.
Silas Wright gave a short address
and the community tinging cloted
Bridge and Dinner.
. Xfr. Rrrt Ran and Rert Reavis
"i'rrtrf hostesses at a 7 o'clock dinner
of 24 rovers Wednesday at the i'ret-
Iicsi nine cunt, i nc evening
epent at bridge.
Sunday Dinner Guest
Mrs. Charles Moffat of Denver
was a Sunday dinner guest at the
home of Dr. and W. A. Wilcox.
Mrs. Moffat was formerly MUs Mil
t dred Stctt of Bellevue.
i Banner M. E. Aid Meet
' Mrs. D. C. Sturtz entertained the
banner meet of the Methodist Ladies'
Aid Wednesday at her home on West
Maple street. Fifty-four members
were present, that being the largest
attendance at any meeting during
, the past year.
Benson Community Center.
An all-Benson program will be
given by the Benson community cen
ter Friday evening, April 28, in the
auditorium of the city hall. This is
the last program of the most suc
cessful year of the community cen
ter work. The program will open
with community singing, led by Mrs.
L. J. Sprecher. The Benson Presby
lerian church choir, led by director
Frank Van Gundy, will give an an
them number. Following this a vio
lin solo will be rendered by Miss
kaiherme Gutting accompanied by
her sister. Miss Ruth Gutting. Miss
Pauline will entertain with a read
ing, followed by a piano solo by
Mrs. George Turner. Mrs. Jason
Davis will furnish a vocal number,
followed by a piano selection by
Miss Jennie Gillespie. . The Sterling
male quartet, composed of Messrs.
I-red and Burt Davis, A. Johnson
and "Johnson Kurtz will filrnish a
mil or rivi
Wll or Riven uy -ma-tun uaie:i, wvi
otny iMianieion, uoroiny uiasourn
?nd Ruth I
Falmquist. ouitar trio toy
Hughes, "Pike "and Davis,
oise Glandt will furnish a
reading, followed by saxophone duo
by Messrs. Harold Wright 'and Ker
mit Sonneland. E. J. Whistler will
give a reading, followed by a Rus
sian dance entitled - "Kamarins
Kaya," by Dorothy Babcock and
Merle Sels, pupils of Mrs. C. A. Mus
sellman. A mouth-harp solo by Mrs.
M E. Rumble will be accompanied
bv Mrs. S. C. Schiler.' The Misses
Beulah Williams and Jessie Sprecher
will furnish two readings. Miss
Brook Carl will sing. Messrs. Davis
ant Haller will close the orogram
- with guitar duet. Mrs. F. E. Young,
cnatrman or me program commmec,
has spent much time on this closing
entertainment Everyone is invited
to attend. ' '
War Mothers Plant Trees.
Mrs. W. A. Wilcox led the pro
cession of Omaha War Mothers who
planted two trees Arbor day on the
Methodist hospital grounds. The
I planting was at & p. m., atter wmcn
, a commemoration program . was
, given. . - S v
. . Entertains at Luncheon.
Airs. u. i,. atunz ana Mrs. waiter
Reishaw entertained at luncheon
Thursday in honor of Mrs. Flora
Hanley and Mrs. W. A. Sturtz of
. is . rtce-
tommuniir v-emer umctni.
Officers elected for the Bensfln
community center for the coming
. HI ,! I. I. V
J. Sprecher. Claud Glandt, Meta
Sonneland and Miss Hazel Schneid
er, Messrs. Harold Wright. H. W.
Colson, F. C. Wolfe- Emil Pallas and
One O'Clock Luncheon.
Mrs. J. C. McColl was hostess to
a 3-c6urse 1 o'clock luncheon Tues
day in her apartment at the El
Beudor. Sweet peas were used in
the decoration and the place card
carried out the same color scheme.
Guests included Mesdames A. P.
Lillis. Bert Golden, E. H. Tindell,
George Norquist, E. S. Brailey, Wal
ter Boydcn, G. S, Weingard, E., J.
Doolin and E. E. Paddock. :
Mrs. Galbreath Entertains.
Mrs. N. N. Galbreath was hostess
Friday ait a 1 o'clock luncheon fol
lowed by two tables of bridge and
at a bridge luncheon of three tables
Tuesday at her home on Sixtieth ave
Returns From State Music Conven
Miss Margarite Liljehstaple' and
Miss Olca Sorensen returned home
the early part of the week from at-
lenaing me staie music icatucia
convention at Lincoln. Miss Soren
sen was placed in class A. which
takes in the artist pupils of the state,
in the students' contest. While Miss
Sorensen has not completed the
class A study course, her work was
'well received. She contested with
niore than 50 students from different
tarts of the state and feels she has
justly won a place among the artist
students ot ieDrasKa.
Shower for Mrs. Hyde.
M F ' A. Smith and Mrs. W. A.
Wilcox entertained a shower Fri
day at the home of Mrs. Smith in
honor of Mrs. R. Y. Hyde.
The willing workers of the Benson
Christian church will meet Thursday,
April 27. at the home of Mrs. Walter
Wicr. 2930 Isortn titty-cigtitn street.
caa walnut Jj;o,'
Mr. Kirtley, Mrs, Wier' mother,
Will PC bOltCM,
Methodist F. M. Society.
Member of the Methoditt Foreign
Mittion society will meet Wednes
day, April 2d, at the hem of Mr.
W, II. Justin, O.U7 Military avenue.
A I o'clock luncheon will be errd.
Mrs. Frank Loomis and Mrs. V. II.
'an Horn will ait Mn, Justin.
Mrs. I. Mme will have charge of
A very pretty wedding took place
Wednesday at the Benson Presby
terian church when Mist Maud Van
Horn, daughter of Mrs. Mary Van
Horn, became the bride of K. Jason
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
The church was decorated with
flowers and palms. The bride, who
was given in marriage by her
brother, Aven Van Horn, was
gowned in crepe jcrsine with pearl
trimmings. She ' wore a tulle veil
held in place by a wreath of lilies of
the valley' and carried a showed
bouquet of bride's roses and lilies
of the valley. Her only ornament
was a string of pearls, the gift of the
The bridesmaids, Miss Opal Burt
and Miss Jennie Hughes, wore
gowns of nile green and lavender
organdie and carried bouquets of
Ophelia roses. Little Miss Mar
garet Ann Lessard, niece of the
groom, wore a dress of dotted swiss
and scattered roses. Master BiUy
Arant wore a suit of white satin
and carried the ring in a white lily.
Bert Davis, brother of the groom,
was best man and Mrs. S. W. Ras
muss. sister of the bride, sang ''O
Promise Me." She wore a gown of
periwinkle crepe. Following the
wedding a reception was held in the
church parlors.. About 200 guests
were present. Mr. and Mrs. Davis
will reside at 2707 No. Sixtieth St.
N. IT. Tyson is home from a busi
ness trip, to Denver.
F. W. Smith, jr., of Beatrice, Neb.,
is visiting at the E. A. Smith home,
. Mrs. O. M-cGuire Vcturned home
Thursday from the Nicholas Senn
E. M, Cook ' was called to Lin
coln by the serious illness of his
brother, L. W. Cook.
Mrs. R. Burford and daughter,
Eloise, are home from a visit in
Missouri 'and Arkansas.
Dr. Clinton Smith of Big Springs,
Neb., arrived Thursday to visit his
mother, Mrs. T. J. Smith.
C. E. Smith left Saturday to at
tend the tri-centenial conclave of the
Knight Templars at New Orjeans,
Allen Lindbloon of Genoa, Neb.,
is visiting at the home of his uncle,
Mr. L. Lindbloon, and Mrs. Lind
Mrs. Mary Hoagland of Long
Beach, Cal., is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. A. W. Francis, ( and Mr.
Mrs. Josie Porch and daughter,
Helen, of Washington, D. C, were
Easter vacation guests of Mrs. Rose
Mrs. W. B. Hough of Council
Bluffs spent Wednesday and Thurs
day af the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Corbaley. .
Miss Grace Davidson of Carthage,
111., spent the Easter vacation at
the home of her sister, Mrs. O. W.
Ebright, and Mr. fcbnght.
Mrs. A. J. Senger of Ashland
spent the early part of the week at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.
H. Loechner, and Dr. tLoechner.
Mrs. Claude Reed, Mrs. W. H.
Reed, Mrs. A. J. Leithauser and Mrs.
J. J. Rickenbrode were voted into
the Benson woman s ciuo inurs
day Y. W. C. A.
Sunday Open house from 10
a. m. to' 8 p. m. Vesper services
discontinued until next fall. The
young people are invited to use the
Monday Federation of Clubs sup
per, 5:45, followed by individual club
meetings, classes and glee club prac
tice. Millinery class, 6:30; Personal
ity class aid Glee club, 7:30.
Tuesday A new class in first aid
will be. organized if 20 registrations
are made. Class will meet on Tues
day evenings at 7:30.
Wednesday Class in drawing, 7
Thursday Busy Circle club, 7:45
Friday Class in millinery, 6:30
Saturday The Camp Brewster
"Bricklayers" will celebrate the com
nletion of the new fireplace with a
rotisary dinner at camp at 6:30. Reg
istrations must be made by Friday at
th Central Y. W. C. orhce. AU
girls who have "bought a brick" are
invited to be present.
Salt Keeps Apples White.
By placing cut apples in salt water
for a few minutes, they are prevent
ed from turning brown. .
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.and Pongee for
By JEAN TRUE.
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(IU.M f(M4 fculH lrl.
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Lvery spring the bou.ewife findt
tnmt oi iter curtain giving way.
Old one niu.t be discarded and new
one purrhated. Mie wikhet to re
(lare good-looking one at nominal
rott. Here art tome fuggcttioni
that may belt.
Make a iit to the drrt good
department where you hop and W
to tec voile and ou will be de
lighted with patrl color von will
be thown, lovely voiles 4t inches
wide at reasonable prices. You ran
find colors to harmonise with any
room in your liouoc turquoite,
Copenhagen, drift bhici, warm colors
in all shade of yellow, deep cream,
rote and lavendam. ton find them
in plain color, polka-dottrd. em
broidered in neat, modet putlrnu
Voile I Dainty.
Thi fabric i dainty, toft ami
drapy and the colort hold welt. Yon
ran do anything yon wioli with it
Printed and plain voiles are especial
ly good for bedroom because one
generally has a definite color scheme
to carry out. It may be you need
a cream curtain with blue or roe
ovcrdrapc. in one room, while
canary-yellow with black would
work well in another room.
In the wash good department von
will find rheetecloth and unbleached
muslin. These two fabrics can be
had in rich cream color. They are
inexpensive and find a place in
kitchen, b, at h room and sleeping
Cotton crepes are found in many
colors. Here it is best to confine
one's choice to w lute or cream as
crepe often fades in the sunlight
This fabric is soft and desirable for
bedrooms. Dimities make sheer eur
tains for dainty room also. These
come in checks and narrow striped
Gingham has come into its own in
the realm of curtain materials.
cushion covers, spreads and runners.
What is more dainty for a bedroom
or kitchen than a crisp dainty blue
and white check. Gingham should
find favor with the housewife for
durability in wearing qualities, fast
ness and variety in color. One can
imagine blue and white check trim
med with bands of plain blue m a
Dutch diningroom, for the summer
season. .Such would give a cool
If the housewife wishes to go a
little deeper into her purse she can
find handsome dignified linens in
various colors both striped and
plain. This fabric is heavier than
gingham and requires no overdrapes
if used as a curtain. It may be
used as an overdrape with a light
There arc several old but reliable
materials such as marquisettes, scrim
and dotted swiss. These are in favor
and stand the change of styles from
season to. season. Then there are
the famous chintz fabrics that find a
place in every home. Most every
housewife has learned to revel and
play with chintz. These find a
place in living room, dining room.
bedroom and have various uses other
than for curtains. Cretonnes are
almost as popular and rival chintz in
design and color.
Silk pongee is simply splendid
for curtains as its color works in
well with reds, blue, greens, browns
and other colors. Pongee finds a
place in living room, dining room as
well as bedrooms. A crocheted or
buttonhole edge of blue or pongee
makes a dainty set for a bedroom
furnished in curly maple. There are
numerous other soft silks that are
good for summer curtains such as
Japanese and China silks, silk mull
lhe sheer materials should be
made with a plain hem, hemstitched.
or with a hem and series of tucks.
Cheesecloth and muslin may be
trimmed with narrow fringe on a
plain hem, or corners may be round
ed and tiny hems used with fringed
edge. Selvages should be romoved
from all wash fabrics before curtains
are hemmed as the selvage puckers
and shrinks in laundering and causes
the curtains to hang crooked. Un
bleached muslin is interesting if
trimmed with "bands of cretonne or
plain colored materials. Some
dainty materials as dotted swiss or
dimity may be made attractive by
use of narrow edging. Allow for
shrinkage in making' curtains, turn
hem double or run an extra tuck,
hang curtains about one inch above
the window sill.
Monday Cluga cfub supper, 6:30;
gymnasium class, 7:30; volley ball,
S:30; Mrs. Charles Musselman,
Tuesday Lafayette club supper,
6:30; basket ball, 7; dramatic art
class, 8; Miss Majorie Corrigan,
Wednesday Wamm club supper,
6:30; home making class, 7, Mrs. G.
B. Kantor, leader; open house, 8:15.
Friday D. T. A. club supper,
6:30; chorus club, 7, Mrs. Noel S.
Wallace, leader; gymnasium open
house. Mrs. Charles Musselman's and
Miss Katherine Carrick's classes will
be the hostesses.
Saturday Dance, 8:30, Lafayette
Sunday Girls and men meet at
club room at 2 p. m. for afternoon
Tasty Vegetable Salad.
A good salad is made with one
cup of chopped celery cut in small
dice, one cup of cooked green peas
and two-thirds of a cup of finely
diced cooked ham. Mix this with
a good French ' dressing and press
into small molds or after-dinner
coffee cups and set in the icebox
to chilL. Unmold on crisp lettuce
leaves and garnish each salad with
a small diamond-shaped pieCe of
"To be capable of steady friend
ship and lasting love are the two
greatest proofs, not only of good
ness of heart, but of strength of
Sheer Linen (or Charm and Com.
HAVDL.V l.ROS. wa.li .goods
department have a mot beauti
ful thotviiig of the new novel con-
crption in tumnier fabrics, chief in
charm the high thadet In sheer
linens which promite to oerupy the
center of the Myle ttage for sum
mer. Of pure linen, Jo inrhrs wide,
they are $1.50 a ard. Ginghams
were never lovlirr: be sure to tee
an unpolled jad green in tiny "pep
per" cheek. High shades in organ
die are chic, elective indeed, w licit
embroidered in the coin-dot. Voiles,
swagger chintzes in gay colors for
sports frocks, and that new Sevilla
crepe of silk and cotton form a rare
9 9 9
Dandruff Treatments and Shampoos.
rpiIE best shampoos I've ever
had," said a former beauty
shop owner, in speaking of Mary
Ballard, beauty specialist. 317 rar-
nam, Harney 3555. You'll especially
appreciate the dandrulT treatment
which accompanies the shampoo. '
Furniture for the Bedroom Which
r.p'tss-o"1 i mm
THE Cortc Aldous Hunt company, X weuty-Iourth and rarnam, have
just received furniture for an artistic guest bedroom, which is so
iitfi-ti. 1-cif-aKlA tlififr it lise mitemA -r9titrl onilte nf lv.rit in.
terior decorators in the city. Well may they be hanging lavish draperies
of rare damask, real laces, 'placing dusky Chinese rugs under these ex
quisitely wrought pieces. There's a quaint beauty of line in the shaping
of the bowend bed, the widctopped dresser, the stately vanity with mir
ror which touches the floor, the chifforobe for the man in the case wherein
may be found deep trays for his wearables. An exquisite "live" tint of
Syrian gray is the parchment touched surface which is a background for
dainty hand-painted design m daisies of deep gold and tiny bluets, a
design outlined in faint brown. A
interest of the acquisitive connoisseur.
There's a Fascination in the Infinite
Variety of Popular Music.
rp HE sheet music department of
flu. A TTrwnn Pnmnanv lt.t
Douglas, is always up to the min
ute in their selection of song hits.
Original, sweetly harmonious and
hauntingly rhythmical are these:
By the Sapphire Sea.... 30c
That's How I Believe in
. You 30
Time After Time 30.
Something to Remember 30
Poor Little Mc... 30
When ordering include postage in
mall order or check.
In stockings, sheer taupe and onion
lead for daytime, and mauve shades
for evening wear.
A Name to Fascinate "The Lady
OF extreme interest to the follow
ers of Beauty is Hie opening
on. Monday, April 24., of the Lady
Esther Shop (formerly the Ideal), in
Rooms 8 and 9 of the Baldridge
Block, 1920 Farnam Street, Phone,
At. 6185. Marcel waving will be par
ticularly featured in this dainty shoo
where a complete stock of Lady Es
ther toilet requisites is offered.
Circular insets of gold and soft
rolnreH iarl rrlfpv a poivn rtf nlain .
auu jcticu uidiK vuiic,
j :ir -
Exquisite Wreath for Funeral Com
bines Lilies and Roses for Beautv.
WELSH'S FLOWER SHOP,
Brandeis Theater Lobby, 17th
and Douglas, did a lovely piece of
work this week on a wreath to be
sent to a young matrons funeral.
Lilies and roses made an unusually
lovely combination for the Easter
tide. A shop of rare blossoms.
A taillcur of beige epinglise has
collar' and cuffs made of very nar
row, finely-twisted ribbon.
Old Hats Reblocked and Trimmed to
THE Kruger Hat Shop, 303 Bar
ker Block, will give a spring
time loveliness to the old chapeau,
retreshen your furs, feathers and
marabou. Closed after 2 on Satur
days. WHEN POLLY
The Bee shopping service is
free to all readers of the col
umn, "Let's Go Shopping
In every shop, every day,
Polly knows where to find
what you want at the prices
you would like to pay. .
When ordering it is neces
sary to send a $2 deposit if
purchases are to be sent C. O.
D., this to insure your accept- '
ing them. Checks or money
orders may be made payable
to Polly The Shopper.
Lett d) iJ!oppin$ villi R)y
'A lilt of April's laughter came
Astnging and a-wmgmg telh the raindrop, tuvef beat;
The thine of Aprih treats left a golden fragrance tweet!
The finU-r granas heard hert felt her greeting of carets;
A bluebell shool( her petticoats and donned her azure dress;
Sports apparel still holds the center of the stage because, you tee, it it to universally becoming, unde
niably youthlul. One tee tportt drcttct of wool in plaidt to loud at to almo.t take ones breath; and yet,
-mice fu.hiou hat decreed them they already teem chic. With the outdoor dreuet one may wear
a tcter sublimated, of courte, and either in vivid cotiirnt or toning with the main garment; or one may
adopt the newly tmart thort cspc, either matching the material of the drew or dittimilar. The cape may be
hned with biilliant-hued tilk, cr may a.siiiue a more tombre pect; but whatsoever in fabric, it mutt be
thort, full and have Hut new, indefinite modithiicii.
Frock for the Sweet Girl Gridott.
rp IIU ilk Shop, 1517 Douglt
street, offer exquWto fabric
for the fashioning of frock for the
twect gill graduate. Fine organdiet,
voile, crepe de chinet, canton crepes
in i!.imty whites. All the delightful
"high" tludet for the jolly little
gown to be worn the nijit of the
junior-icuior banquet. You'll find
a mot satisfactory mail order de-
partmeiit in the Silk shop, send di
rcct for taiuple.
Buttons an Artistic and Approved
Embellishment for the Spring
rpillv Mode Dealing and 11cm-
stitching Shop. 4th Floor Paxtott
Block, 16th and Famam, report in
creasing popularity of buttons. Per
haps the prettiest button , of the
spring' ntyles is the acorn mould,
which combines in a charmful way
the vivid shades now in vogue. Hem
stitching and picoting, indispensable
touches for the spriug'and summer
frocks, should be done early. Have
you planned yours?
Jack and Jill, Little Tommy Tuck
er and the Queen of Tarts are a few
of the fascinating Mother Goose pco-
pie who wander over the surface of
a little cashmere carriage cover and
pillow, pink satin bound.
grouping of furniture to invite the
Specialty Shop Offers Reduced
Prices on Suits and Wraps.
A REDUCTION in price from $10
to $25 off the regular price quo
tation is offered by Lamond's, 17th
and Farnam. Smart indeed, are the
trigly tailored tweed suits, new sports
plaid effects, many of them with
swagger kmcks," while there. is a
wide Selection offered in wraps to
suit every preference and person
Pongee handkerchiefs are exquisite
in threadings of brown and orange
wi?h linv rliictAre n( rrceUaAe in .ti
two colors, $2.
Well-Known Tailor. Offers Reduced
Prices on Entire Stock of . Ma
terials, Also on Tailoring for Men
and Women. .
T KNEETER, Tailor, 2nd floor
Sixteenth and Howard, ' en
trance oh Sixteenth street, is offer-,
ing at reduced prices his entire
stock of materials, also his guar-
anteed tailoring of apparel for men'
Cakes, Cookies Home-
Prepared Goodies of All Kinds,
Now Delivered by Popular Shop.
THE Y. W. C. A.' Pastry Shop,
4th floor , under the manage
ment of Mrs. Fullaway, will now dc-
any . desired delicacy to your
home. Call Douglas 1248. Delight
ful indeed, are the toothsome sand
wiches, cakes, cookies and pastries,
but of course vou know Mrs. Fulla
way s lamous recipes wno in umana
Many gowns in periwinkle blue
and pink and blue chiffon are dec
oiated with tiny seashells.
Well-Drest Hosiery, Tailored to Fit,
THE Well-Drest Hosiery, J. T.
McQuillen's, 1522 Farnam, are
trimly tailored with neat fitting
wide seam in the back which you
may have noticed on women known
Cnt- .l.t .1. eim in a lion in rlr.ee
JU1 111,!! UiaviHillHauwii u-v'u-
In all the light shades decreed by
Dame Fashion, they range in price
from $1.50 up. Write for illustrated
More and more the rug that can be washed is coming to the front. There are some excellent rugs made
of the best flax fiber that can be washed satisfactorily. Of course, this washing must be done by experts, but it
is a cheaper way of cleaning a rug than dry cleaning. For nurseries and children's bedrooms these Washable
rugs are the best selection.
Many persons seem to hold the belief that a good oriental rug looks well anywhere. But, of course, this
is rash judgment. Oriental rugs should be selected with as close attention to the color scheme and decorative
effect of the room they are to be placed in as any other sort of rug. In some rooms a rug of plain tone is really
to be preferred to the oriental rug.
The dining room rug is the most
following the French custom of leaving the dining room bare. When there are children who are allowed to
eat in the dining room this is especially desirable. If you have a rug it should be chosen so that it may be
shifted about from time to time. If your room permits, select a square rug and then it may be placed in four
different positions, thus keeping any one part from receiving the brunt of the wear. An oblong rug, of course,
can be put in only two positions.
Perfectly round rugs are an innovation, or rather they are a revival of past styles in house decorating.
A piece of red carpet in circular form bound with heavy carpet tape at the edge is chosen for the floor covering of
a room furnished in fine old Georgian furniture, with red tapestry covers on the chairs. The round rug can be
placed in an almost infinite number of positions. That is, it may be turned a bit every time it is cleaned, so that
no one place need receive any more wear than any other. The round carpet would be an excellent selection for
an klurfciive dining room,
a-tinging down the tlreet,
An Artful Addition to the Coilffur
JN the hair drewing department of
the V. M. Scludell St Co., 1522
Douglas, are to be found many new
things in artistic liair pieces. Ladie
who utrd to wear pompadiurs wore
the ventilated piece which cost them
from $-'0 to $30. But now they may
luy a delightfully waved pompadour,
a more simply constructed potupa-
dour for $15 and $18, which has posi-
lively the tame ettect. I lie scliadeij
nair drewing tnon it parucuiariy
noted for their skill in matching dif
A frock of tomato red handker
chief linen is embroidered in white
cotton and edged with net.
The Brilliantly Tinted Gown De
mands a Wrap, of Luxurious Rich
ness Subdued Coloring.
MILADY'S opportunity to make
selection of exquisitely fine
wraps is afforded in the wrap sale
at Orkin Bros., Con ant hotel build
ing, Sixteenth and Harney. The en
tire stock of luxurious coats, wraps
and capes ranging in price to $125
are offered at one pricing, $49.50.
You will find that there are no res-
Values made possible by
the enormous purchasing scope of
the Urkin Bros, stores. Your view
ing is invited the judgment of val
ues reserved until you see them I
Hardy Plants Which Will Bloom
This Year And Each Successive
THE Bil Shop, loth, between
Farnam and Harney, has a fine
showing of hardy plants which will
uioom tins year auu eacn ioiiuwiuk
year Larkspur, single, 15c; clump,
50c: oriental poppies, ctiysanttic-
I mums, sweet Williams, golden glow,
phlox and coreopsis, are tic eacn;
hardy ferns which will grow in shade,
15 and 25c: lily of the valley, large
clump, 25c; Irises in assorted colors,
5c: yellow, live tor lUc.
You will also find here an inter
esting display of trees and shrubs.
If your hair is light you'll rather
fancy a dainty little square of linen
to slip into your sweater pocket for
its border is jade green.
Big Plans Are Under Way for the
Big, New Dining Room to Be
Opened on the First
THE Metropolitan Dining Room is
, the name which Paul Christian
sen and Ada C. Cooke have selected
for their dining room which they will
open in the Keen Hotel on May 1st.
It is to be metropolitan in every way,
and it is with keen interest that these
well known restauranteurs are being
welcomed back to Omaha, for their
entire success in the Flatiron Cafe is
a vivid memory. .
National Gingham Week Fills the Stores With Artistic Specimens of
the Gingham Manufacturers Art
T5URGESS-NASH are to be particularly praised for the excellent show--'
ing of ginghams which they have gathered together for this, National
Gingham Week. Milady Mode may make selection of a gingham sports
dress for say round about $75. If she's very, very thrifty she may choose
to spend long sunny hours of summer in a smartly tailored little affair of
colorful gingham which cost the modest sum of $7.50. And if she's one
of those blessed ones who are clever with a needle her dress will be bought
by the yard at but 75c a yardl By all means ginghams, the smartest
style note of the season.
. . ,
"Flatter-U," the Brassiere for Stout Shirts Made at Home Inexpensive.
THE Hattie Putnam Nu-Bone
Corset Shop, 5th floor, Karbach
Block, 15th and Douglas, offers a
Kabo reducing brassiere 'for the
stout woman which will be fitted
free. . It reduces the diaphragm,
the bust, under-arm flesh and the
back. This is a comfort brassiere
which effects the straight, youthful
figure line. Send for measurement
fc, fc . unab, , Call for fitti
Many brides like the fashion of
wearing their orange blossoms in the;
form of a diadem.
Nursery, Living Room and Dining Room
difficult rug to select, and more and
'A thrush sent caroled df earnings through the faking jtyfulncis
And men and Women, plodding down tome Woibaday of tlrain,
Some humdrum bit of life-road with its dolor and its pain.
Looked up as April blessed them and took heart of cheer again,
WHEN APRIL CAME, by LILLIAN CARD.
Adorable Dainties In Lingerie and
Accessories to Accentuate the
Charm of Milady Fair
A RE to be found iu the Cinder
ella Shop, Thirty-ninth and
Famam. Men and children are rep
rmentrd as well for one will find
silken hose for father, ton an'd daugh
ter. Orders may be left for em
broidery and line needlework of all
kinds if what you wish is not among
the exquisitries on display. Harclry
cortett, ribbons, notions and dress
trimmings combine to make this
shop a true "find."
Filet antique is the new dceorativ
note in the linen departments
Omaha, r ringed scarfs
bought in any size from
HAYDEN'S offer silks remark
able in nrice. the aualitv tin-
quesiionaoiy line, way yueen sporis
silks, 40 inches wide, at $5.98, for
smart skirts; &port satins in white,
for skirts, 40 inches wide, are $3.98;
heavy, lustrous foulards, 36 inches,
$1.49; the dainty little gingham
cnecKea siiKS. .w-incn wmtn. ai.w:
fine pongee, quite the best buy Fve
seen, oo incites wine, yc; prmica
crepes, 40 inches, $J.95. A sale un-
Otic of the season's whims is the
dress of two materials. Satin and
kasha cloth are often combined.
Who Will Bake
A MOMENTOUS question you'll
agree. To be sure, the baker of
wedding cake must be an artist in
the matter of cakes, must know in
every intricate detail the fashioning
of the decorative frosting which will
cover the culinary masterpieces. Al
fred Jones, caterer for the most
fashionable weddings in Omaha, will
bake your wedding cake. His ideas
are invaluable in regard to many im
portant details of the festive occa
sion. His phone number Jackson,
Tiny checked gingham hankies of
blue have a cross-stitched design in
the corner which peeps from the
"Tvveedie" suit pocket, a design in
which one finds a generous dotting
of pink rosebuds, 75c.
M d ormccc c .u r.
R. BURGESS, of the Burgess
Shirt rnmnanv GfrAtirl frnf nf
1 1 TT"
the Karbach block, Fifteenth and
Douglas, who has engaged in the
shirt business for years has invented
a shirt pattern which you may have
in any desired measurements. Un
like anything of the kind ever of
fered before, it is made of heavy pa-
ner" and on parti nart is nrinlpr! Hi.
rections for using so that it easily
overcomes the hard places. All or- '
dcrs for shirt materials, neckbands,
buttons, linings and buttonholes will
be promptly filled at a big saving to
you. bend tor pattern measurement
more women in this country are
Trademarked Cut Gla Exquitit
Offerings for th Bride.
rpilE JOHN IILNKICKSON
Jewel Shop, Sixteenth and Cpi
tol, hat an uuuulty bcsutdul
showing of gilt pieces lor the tpnng
bride in tradrumtked cut gUkt Iroin
llawke and Libber. Jnt a ttrrlmg
tilvrr i marked with the uupirtis
word wbuli means an auuur ol
quality, the word wlucli you want
your gift to carry, this loiely lovely
rut slats it Mamprd with cither.
I I4tvl.es or Libbry. Of particular
beauty are the new shaping in
vases. A wiflc spread toe vate hit
generous space in the ba.e for the
terns an innovation which pionn.fi
linger life for the blossom., an im
preivc gift olfciing, $L'.5. Un
ti.ual value aie the a.f to grait
lhe bride's dinner table, $7.50. Siust
ler gift pieces, infinitely dainty tceut
bottlet for the vanity dreer, deli
cately engraved drtk sets, bon bon
boxes and quaintly thaped flower
batkett offer nugnestiout of interest,
Silk ciepe frocks fiave resorted
to organdy to fashion their wide col
lars and frilled cuffs.
The Manner and Matter of Spring
rp O be tuie, the spring gowns givt
evidence of graceful drapings--
most of them centralizing the fluffy
folds on the left nide front. Thi
Jdeal Button and Heating company,
third floor, Brown block, Sixteenth
and Douglas, accomplish'wonders is
the way of pleated drapes and panrlt
which contribute greatly to tht
charm of the spring wardrobe. When
s problem in decoration arises in
vonr fU'innr tatr it In til vnrfa
, tlii big shop, you'll find their
A gavly figured frock of crepe de
chine has circles of straw embroid-
cry forming a girdle.
To Be Youthful One Should Con-
eider the Value of a -Becoming
TN THE cunning
plans laid by
Lady Fair in the interests of ap
pearing young young enough' to
wear the chic flapper garments so
trmntincr thi. (Mcnn it i mntt im-
portant to give thoughtful considera-
tion to the hair. It must first of all
be youthfully vigorous in growth to
achieve the full bobbed frame to tht
face. You will find the scalp special
ists in the Black and White room,
Burgess-Nash, the Salon de Beaute,
Hotel Fontenelle, and the Beauty
Shop of the Blackstone, under tht
management and direct supervision
of Mr. Roberts and Mr. Frank, will
work wonders with aenemic scalp
conditions. Their suggestions as to
the coiffure best suited to madamoi
sclle et madam are to be desired!
Modern Framing Works Wonders
With the Old Pictures.'
TTTITH your plans for spring dec
" orating include a redressing of
old pictures. The art department of
the A. Hospe Company, 1513 Doug
las, works wonders by reframing
treasured pictures in the exquisite
toned mouldings and - hand-carved
polychrome frames. Keep your pic
tures up to date.
"Armlets," the very newest and
loveliest among Dame Mode's fan
cies! Ostrich fronds 12 inches long
hang from a tiny circle of rosebuds,
a fascinating decoration for the party
gown. . In all the season's new
shades, $5. ,
Whisperings of Sartorial
The new long silk socks for
youngsters reach almost to the
knee and come in many dainty com
binations of color; brown ones have
a cuff of red; white with yellow,
tan with brown. .
A gray cotton crepe dress for girls
has dark blue hand embroidery a?)d
stitching, for ttimming. . i
A long line silk-tricolette dress in
blue with a circular military cape at
tached at the shoulder is something
new for the slender young "sub
A flower sash completes a little
blue taffeta frock for an 8-year-old.
Picotedged ruffles finish the very
short sleeves and skirt. . 1
1,1 henna taffcta is shown a dress
embroidered with yellow flowers
anr! trrttn dome Tf
with bloomers of the same material.
A peach polo cape with silver
buttons will gladden the heart cf
the little girl who is envying the
styles of her older sister. Or a tan
cape comes that is embroidered in
brown, or one of tan broadcloth is
s"icnea prettily in black silk squares,
1 wo 'onHailcd birds are perched
ths 'r?"t of a hat, their heads
Sldc Slde' t,,cir ta,,s pointing in
"ypys'ic uircnions. mis is a par
licularly smart way to place birds
Another is to pose the bird at the
side of the hat, clinging securely
against the side f a rather high
crown, just peeping over its top.
Nightgowns arc following the style
of the tailored designs. A houeydew
crepe tie chine is made in the empire
style with tiny tucks, and is enlivened
by a black picot edge. Tailored,
with a square neck and with odd
hUice - work trimming, one night
n comes in orchid striped ra-
. Tlt! ail Trt!rmrk Iti.trt O.
rtnt Otflc.. A4v. .
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