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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1013.
Prominent Musicians Quietly Wed Sunday
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Tuesday, May 13, 1913.
, ISS JULIA NAOL returned home yesterday after a Biicccssftil tour
of the enstorn states as leading woman In tho eastern company,
Her friends are Justly proud of her success, for she rccclvod
fte,r entire education In Omaha and at the state university. While sho
was In tho Omaha High school nnd also at tho university, Miss Nafil had
prominent roles In all of the school theatricals. Besides this she was
elected to tho Phi Beta Kappa for scholarship. !
Speaking of her work for next year, MIsb Nagl has been offered th.o
leading role in a now production .which will open on Broadway in Octobor. ,
She- will rest in Omaha until August 1. and tnen return to New York to
start rehearsals for tho new play. I
It Is a stage superstition, that one must not give the namo of a new ,
play to the public until the rehearsals are woll under way and tho man- 1
agers aro themselves satisfied with everything and overyono concerned.
Miss Nagl had an interview last week' with Dr. Broadhurst, author of
'Bought and Paid For," and he was much Interested In her work and
Mrs. w T Robinson was hostess at a
Dtauuiuny appomtru mnencon toaay at
hC home In Dundee In honor of Mrs. D.
61 Laws of Nashville, Term.. musts of
U( B. V 4. UlVlt. tUll) JUllll a.uuov'l..
The guests were rested at small tablet
ittff dainty baskets of white fprliiR
flowers and ferns forml the decora-
. f n . ' f n.vA n1a1 fnr flftv nnd
the afternoon was spent playing bridge.
At the Omaha Club.
MTs. l M Lord entertained nt lunch
eon Monday at the Omaha club. Tho ccn-
were members of the executive commit-
. f. .no .mnnn .v. ii.Ti'.i. r- 1 1 1 . . . . . i . . rrtv
C. w Havnes. 1 If. INelson.
E, MeKelvv. E. M. Svfert.
Mrs. C. O. TalmaRe entertained the
embers of the Dundee Luncheon club
rs. Leon D. Nelson, Mrs. George S
ard Pegau and Mrs. Henry Lemere
no ciuo incmoers inciuaei
u. r uoonman,
vhi di pr.
co Olub Dance,
The Pagalco club gave the last of their
rlcs of winter dances Saturday evening.
Qse present were:
srgaret Compbell. Catherine Murray,
adeltne Mcltuch. Kruncls Mulholland.
arte Norgara, Hose Dixon,
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inn w t mm a tm inn i 1 1 1 a.
mif aju inn
L. I ' niattirttfitr
Mr and Mrs. F. H. Achen.
Air ana Airs. A. n. Green.
Mr and Mrs. n. Itoberts.
Mr. and Mrs. Covalt.
rp. J Mulholland.
"Mr. D. Callahan.
M lliWrV rtrTtirtl
Miss Catherine Dovey. who for tho
ast few months has been In New York
i ,j, -
J oo Kuna.
M. L. Jackson,
E. V. Kelly,
C. J. Fernandes,
Willis Summers of
Dovey. The teachers who have been In
structing Miss Dovey aro very enthus
iastic nbout her voice and are free to
predict tlint a great futuro awaits her.
Miss Dovey Is a slater of Mls Alio
Dovey, the well-known comic opera star.
fevernl parties wero given at the Or
pheum Monday even'ng. A box party
Mr. nnd Mr?. 11. H. Bnldrlge.
.Mr. and Mrs F. V. Judson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Uurgcss.
Another jtnrty Included
Mr. and Mrs. O. C Iledlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hums, jr.
Mr and Mis. John T. Htewnrt, 2d.
Mrs, Arthur Engllsch hnd as her
guesls-at luncheon- today, Mrs, Ida Mr
Hanchett, Mrs.. N. P. Fell and Mrs. John
Mrs. Joseph rtlngwalt will entertain
tho members of the Persian History-class
at luncheon next Tuesday", at lier-country
'home, neaf Florence.
Miss Vera Allen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Herbert H. Allen of this city, nnd
Quy Herbert , Woodward of Chicago,
formerly of Omaha, were quietly married
Sunday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, 1017 South Thirty-sixth
street. Itev. Frederick Rouse officiated.
Owing to the recent death of Mr. Wood
ward's mother the wedding was very
quiet, only the Immediate' families being
Miss Allen hns made quite a success
as a comlo opera star and had the title
rolo In the Aborn production of "Tho
Bohemian Girl"' last year,
Mr. Woodward Is a sou of the late Mr.
and Mrs. George Woodward and a
nephew 'of tho well-known violinist.- nrrt
nutler. Mr. Woodward Is at the head of
the Bush Temple Conservatory of Music,
Chicago, ' ' !
Mr. and Mrs. 'Woodward left last even
ing for Chicago, where ihey will make
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. L. A. Oarner and son, Allan, havo
returned from a three months' stay In
Mrs. Isabel Helch'enberg. who has been
In Cincinnati for 'four years, has re-'
turned to Omaha and Is again occunvlne
her home at 147 North Thirty-third street
Mrs. Julia D. Freytnan, worthy grand
matron of the . Order of the Eastern
Star of Mlssqurl, arrived this morning, to
bo the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Callfas,,
1910 South Thirty-second avenue.
ATTENTION! NOW IT'S
SANDALS FOR WOMEN
OF THAT GAY PAREEi
his Wisher Must Pay
MAK1 tried to Mil ma a bore one. II aald
II wis a Hot born and had nothlnc tha
bwm wim . i wamea a nut noria. Dui
aeoui nortcs ibucd, aba
WltVl know tba man
rttf well cltbtr.
jiiX told him I want
otto try lb hart tor
a; mouth, II aatl -Alt
.lib UVI U4 . 1 , h
aa i n rsu v
mi may or tn not
our. most it tnu
tiarti Ita't all rlfbt."
WI1, I didn't Ilk
UitW 1 ws afraid th
b o r a e waia't "all
Hfhi" and tbal I mlgU
a7te whtli (or a
wwr It I one parted
Ulv. It So I dlda.'t
felly the hora altliouih
t wanted It badly Now
iBit-aai ma ibiBKisf,
"V"U S I Bill
TC2blo( Uacblsta Ui
"IW oraTltjr" Waab-
t, Abd I amid Iq tar-
l&tlt, lota st peopl max
uiiqa aooui or waiu
lnt M e h I n a at 1
Btiacat -about lb
aiorffe and about th mas wb own4 It.
J Sat I'd Bfcr kocw. Ucaua iter ouMn-i
writ and tall mt. You I aell ay Waihlna I
Uadilat by mail, 1 ha aod ortr bait a mil-
lion uu way.
l So, thoucbt I. It la only fair noutb to let
try my Washlnc Uacblnra far a month.
LMfcra tbey pay (or thtm, juat aa I wantrd to try
1 1 know what our ,,100 Oratlti" whr
I know It will waab tb clothta, wltb- !
'3ui'-wartns or fearing tbem, la Icaa than bait
."Jfea tlm tbay can b waahad by band or by
uiy otbr macblna.
$ I know It will waab a tub full of very dirty
-lottia in eu minuiai. t know bo other macbln
4ir Uvanttd can do tbtt without waarlns out
4 Our ' JM4 Orarlty" Waibcr do tb work aa
feaay tbtt a child can run It atmoat aa wtll as
matrons woiaao. .and It don't wtar tb cloth.
2nf th ads nor break buttons tb way alt
'xber martinet do.
if it )at drlta aotpy watar clear throuah tb
'wra of tb cloth Ilk a tore pump mliht.
SoV ld I to myatlt, 1 will do wltb my "UOQ
rtrtiy" Waihtr wbat I wanted lb man to do
'xUktth bora. Only I won't wait for popl to
;'tk ma. I'll clttr lint, and I'll make good th
ijDtUt Try tlm.
5 IUt sn nd you a -'IKt Gravity" Waaher on
it monlb'a tree trial. I'll pay the Irtliht out or
mt'viu pocket, and If you don't want tb ma-
)-J.Tt9 aftur you' J ud It a month. I'll tak It
narirand pay tb Ireliht, too. surely that la (air
ttaeuth. lan'l It?
j IMtaa't -it prat that tb "IMa Orarlty"
nvaabey muat U all that I say It tat
As4 you can pay m out o( what tt eatea tor
fca, It will aare lta whole coat In a ( months
i s r nnd tar oa tha clothe alon. And than
ht VII Hit to cant to 7 cents a week orer that
la wasbwomea's wasta. If you keep tb macbln
liflAL month' trial, I'll tat you pay for It out
r Vwt It ? If It i'e you to cent
ntt, send m M cast week till patd tor.
llrlk that cheerfully, and I'll wait for By
'amttl until tb macbln Itaelf tarn th balance,
i mnp e a line today, and let rae sand you a
- about tb "JW0 Gravity'- Waaher that
f'ua iloihc In C minutes,
s Adtra me tbU way H. U Barker. 10U Court
t BUthamtoa, N Y If you lite in Canada.
, 'aua JKH Waaber (V. 10U Court St . Toronto.
a me greatest sale or
t MISS VERA ALLKN WEDS Mil. GUT WOODWARD.
Aged Couple Lose
All; They Possess
in the Tornado
Mrs. Ferdinand Nelson, aged S3 years,
who wandered from her tornado-damaged
home nt Thirty-eighth and Franklin
streets to the residence of Pete Dillon,
309" Hamilton street, Sunday night, and
was taken by Officer Dillon to the sta
tion, Is still In the matron's department.
Mr. Nelson telephoned the police Mon
day that he was Unnblo to support his
wife, being 90 years old and feeble be
sides. He asked the authorities to caro
for her at the county hospital. All the
old couple possessed was destroyed It tho
DIAMPND PIN IS FOUND
, IN THE. BRANDEIS THEATER
Honesty of a Janitor' In the Brandels
theater has resulted In the-return? of n.
diamond pin 'lost there two weeks ago
by Mrs. George 1. Gilbert. The pin was
found by him In the box under a regis?
Asks City Cancel
Taxes on Home Hit
by the Tornado
James F. Gllllgan, 42S3 Harney street,
has asked the city commission to cancel
taxes on property destroyed by the tor
nado. Gllllgan'B taxes amojnt to 5211.93
His homo was completely destroyed.
This Is the first case of its kind that
has come before the city commission.
Others aro looked for and the council will
ask the city legal department what course
cin be followed under the circumstances,
ORDINANCE AGAINST FAKE
ADVERTISING TAKEN, UP
An ordinance making It a misdemeanor
for an advertiser to misrepresent his
wares wan placed on Its first and second
readings by the city commission. The
city - legal department said such an or
dinance would not be In conflict with, the
statutes. The A rlub ('rafted the or.
fitncb, which covers the provisions In
a law passed by the recent legislature.
Strengthening Food for Hard Workers
It isn't necessary to eat a lot of meat to nourish and
sustain your body. It is a positive fact ask your
doctor that there is more real nutrition in a 5c pack
age of Faust Macaroni than in 2 lbs. of beef at 12 times
that price. You get more nutrition better
eating cheaper living when you eat
Jewelry ever held In
Omaha la scheduled
f t? Saturday t Orkto Brothers. Any
md of JwJry yq want at a price In
gumceivafrly law. &t their window.
The old Greek fashion of dressing, In
cluding draped skirts and waists, long
ngo was taken up by the women of Paris
and from there carried around the globe,
has now reached the feet.
For today the elite of the Frenoh
women, who set the fashion for that city
I of pretty and vivacious women are wear-
The high heel shoe and ilia oft painfully
bent arch, has now been "given tho
hook." In their place has heen selected
the old fashioned sandal, and it looks as
If It had come to stay.
In fact, so complete has been the
change of fashion In this respect that
reverat of the famous Parisian stores.
which cater particularly to the fashion-
ubte class, have put in a great stock of
Along the boulevards, women ure seen
paraalng at all hours wealing sandals
fastened to their feet by prettly colored
ribbon in a band around their ankles.
Adherents of tho new style declare It
jot great benefit to the health of the
; perron wearing thctn.
j Suppleness und flexibility, modlatej
lariiue, ar the features of women's dress
of the present day.
Made from Durum wheat, a cereal
extremely rich in gluten a bone,
muscle ana tiesn builder. Put up
in air-tight, moisture-proof
package write for free
recipe book snowing
how many delicious
ways there are
for serving Faust
At alt grocers'
5c and 10c
We aro stilt delivering .
Friesland Farms Certified Milk
The best milk on the market for bablea and Invalids..
Service Never Better
v. Kvory morning before breakfast.
Alatrtito Sanitary Dairy Co.
1813 Kornam . Douglas 411
NEW LOTS, NEWER STYLES and BIGGER BARGAINS in-.
Our May Sale of Waists
NEW WAISTS AT $1.00
Hundreds of wash waists
of the daintiest, snowiest
voiles and lingerie fabrics,
beautifully embroidered or
trimmed with laces. High
or low necks with the new
roll collar are m- ft
eluded in this vast
NEW WAISTS AT $1.45
Waists with frilled fronts,
waists with real hand em
broidery, waists with
graceful, low rolling col
lar all the newest and
cleverest of all the
are in this
NEW WAISTS AT $1.95
In this matchless group
are many individual sam
ples with many exclusive
features. Scores of real
lace trimmed or real hand
embroidered waists. The
style ideas over
shown anywhere ....
. We have grouped on main floor bargain squares scores and scores of women's
dainty midsummer waists that should sell readilly at $1.25; each, for
45-Iach Voile Skirtings Actually
Worth Up to 50c, at, yard . . .
Elaborate blind relief designs; also 27
Inch dainty ruffled Swiss baby flounclngs, em
broidered or val. lace edged with rows of lace
Insertions. On our main floor.
9 to 18-ip. Shadow Lace Floun-
r.nde ManT Worth Hlh Yard
ClOgS, aB 65 nt a Tarfl, Adlu ' '
18-Inch dainty shadow, oriental and clunj allover
laces, on main floor. Also new trimming lace bands
and edges in Venlse, crochet and macrame effects.
heads, in black,
bronze; also tho
new shaded ef
fects would be
a good value for
$6; special, at
On Second Floor
Fine quality imported hemp and
-Milan braid hats plenty of black,
white, burnt; also empire green,
blue, cerise and taupe, many hand
blocked shapes included
worth up to $3.50-
second floor, at . .
About 100 dozen
of June roses,
jets, etc., worth" up
to 60c, at per
Special Bargains From Our $66,000 Purchase
These are men's summer fixings of highest
quality going at great bargains Wednesday.
Men's Union Suits, worth up to $2.50, at. . 98c
Men's $1 Summer Underwear, at 50c
Men's Silk Hosiery, worth up to 35c, at 17Vc
Men's $2 Negligee Shirts, new patterns, at 98c
Men's Silk Neckwear, worth up to 35c, at 170
In Sewing Mnclilno
me worK or
cleaners . , . ,
Huge Purchase of Summer Underwear on Sale Thursday
We Bought at an Extraordinary Reduction AH the Samples and Surplus Stock of
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
From A. W. Porter & Co. Watch Wednesday Night's Papers
20 Below Omaha Price
Not One Day But Every Day
RUGS - RUGS -- RUGS
We have made a great purchase of high grade rugs and offer
them at bargain prices.
27x54 Velvet Rugs 95c
27x54 Axminster S1.45
36x72 Velvet 1.75
9x12 Axminster $17.50
See our large line of Body Brussels and Wilton Rugs much below Omaha prices.
36x76 Axminster $3.00
6x9 Seamless Brussels, $5.50
9x12 Seamless Velvet $15.50
9x12 All Wool Art Squares
MAY SALE OF PORCH
FURNITURE NOW ON i
Concentrate your advertising in The Bee.
There is a Bee in almost every home.
(Home Furniture Co. E1