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The "Queen Victoria" Is a car with artistic lines particularly adapted for ladies' use luxurious and convenient for driv ing in the parks on the boulevards for calling, shopping, receptions, the matinee, and the many requirements of the society woman. Baker Clecteios are noiseless, safe and absolutely dean, permit ting the use of the most dainty or elaborate gowns without danger of injury. Let Us Demonstrate the new Baker Electric models and show you how simple, con venient, luxurious and easily controlled they art. ELECTRIC OARAGE CO., 1920 Farnam St.. Omaha, Neb., Telephone Douglas 3961. mm r. Lyon's PERFECT ii Powder Cleanses, beautifies and preserves the teeth and - purifies the breath Used by people of refinement for almost Half a Century Bridesmaids and groomsmen gifts are easily selected at this store. The most particular are easily suited with such a comprehensive stock and satisfactory prices. Hnndsome brooches and cravat pr.s whose apparent values are far In excess of their prices. Bo your allowance large or small, we can satisfactorily supply your needs. ALBERT EDHOLM Jeweler Sixteenth at Harney Ladles' Eiclos'.w Furnishings 317 So, 16th Strest MVSI.IV VKDXBWEAS. W have Just received a com plete line of a very choice muslin underwear which 1 placed on sale Saturday. $1.15 dawns for SSo. tl.ng to 10.00 lace and embroidered trimmed skirts. French embroidered Corset Covers, snerlul at 08c, 1.80, $1.S and 13.48. 160 Llsls Knit Vests. Special A Hint to Glove Economy Send us your white gloves before they're entirely worn out we clean them success fully. recently Installed, newly Invented glove cleaning ma chine enables us to clean white gloves far better than by the old band method. This machine doea not wear out gloves, nor pull them out of shape and It cleans thorn both outside and Inside. . Short gloves. 10 cents a pair; long gloves, 25 cents a pair. All goods left with us are in sured against fire and theft. The Pantorium "Good Cleaners suit Dyers." I 181$ Jones; Street. Phones t Douglas 90S. , Independent, AS ISA. Tooi Keinlander & Smitlfv 1 SOCIETY READY FOR SUMMER Happy Hollow and Field Club Cele brate Formal Opening;. DDTSE& IS FOLLOWED BY DANCE Ro4 aad G Clisb Will Opea foe Summer Mar 81 with Program (or the Afernoea hI EvealatT. Triolet. Is each could have hie heart's desire. Who knows how we ehould fare! Of lovely surfeit we might tire If each could have tola heart's desire As music swept from some strange lyre More sweet than man can bear. If each could have his heart's desire Who knows how we ahould fare? KoMlle Arthur, In May Smart Bet. octal Calendar. MONDAY Mrs. T. L. Davis, small bridge nartw riv Mlaa Hniim viieat MlHB Mil- bank; Mra. A. Remington, Monday Bridge Ciub: Mrs. E. T. Swooe. Kensington duo: Mine Carolyn C'onklln entertains for Miss Aianaeioerg: miss Marriott ana ivirs. ni Hoberts, Cnsrmonte club; Miss Maud Uonnel . evenlna nartv. TUESDAY Thursday Bridge club; large bridge party at Held ciuo lor rrienaa or tne ciuo ior oeneni oi inua saving man tute. WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hamilton, oinner at Country club lor Mlsa ilae Hamilton; Camm-Cronemeyor wedding; Mrs. Grace, meeting of the Nemo club; mid-week dance at the coun trv club. THlTRSUAY Mrs. Edward Uodlke. Mlsa I pdike, reception from I to S o clock for Mrs. Robert Updike; Miss Beatrice Cole and Mrs. J. B. Good, evening cards for Miss Mandelberg; Mrs. E. C. Ames, Mu sical Kensington club; Lynn Social club dancing party at Chambers'; Beehive So cial club. Mrs. B. M. Thetro. FRIDAY Fortnightly hop at Fort Omaha: pumice uancing ciuo May party; Co lumbian club card party. SATURDAY-Week-end table d'hote dinner and dance at Country, Happy Hollow and Field cluba; Miss Agnes Hanson, linen shower for Miss Mandelberir: Miss Mar guerlte Fahs, kenslngton: Mrs. Shankoy, Miss Bunnell and Miss Allen entertain for Miss Edythe Marley; children's May party at Chambers' for benefit of Child saving Institute. Notwithstanding the fact that furs snd the lnglenook are much more com.fcrta.ble than lingerie and the veranda, summer has come and Omaha's fashionable set has moved out of doors. The formal opening of Happy Hollow and the Field club Bntur day evening marks the definite close of the winter season and trcm now on such func tlons ss may be held "In town" will be classed ss "late affairs." Of course the June weddings sre In a class of their own They are summer affairs, but still quite independent of the country clubs, excepting ss the clubs have a part in the given in honor affairs. The attendance was large at both the openings last night, and the Country club was slighted for the once. Because of the crowd dinner reservations were necessarily limited to the membership, and In eonse- qver.ee the parties were, with few excep tions, Dutch treats. About 800 dinner reservations were made at the Field club and more than half that number at Happy Hollow, while cut at the Country club less than a hundred dinners were served. The extensive improvements made at all the Clubs this year speak for the increasing popularity of these resorts and Indicate that they will attract larger attendance this year than ever. Meanwhile the Rod and Oun club is hast ening preparstions for Its opening Monday, May 31. Although the new club house will rot be finished this summer, the new cafe, dancing pavilion and rest room will ho ready by the last of the month. Races be tween sail boats, motor boats, canots and row boats and u tennis natch will be fea tures of the afternoon and the fact that Monday will be a holiday will make a large attendance possible. Dinner will be seived from A to 8 o'clock snd from S to 9 o'clock there will be a program by t'.m orchestra, with dancing following. Tne cot tagers will all decorate their bungalows and will keep open house. Provision can be made in the dining room for about 100, but the reservations will have to be made early. At Hanpy Hollow. Happy HollowVlub was beautifully dec orated last evening for the formal open ing. Apple blossoms were used in profu sion In the large dining rooms and in the reception halls, giving the rooms the at mosphere of spring. Dln'ng together at one of the tables were Mr. and E. A. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.. Selby snd Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Austin. At another table dining together were: Dr. and Mra. W. F. Mllroy, Judge and Mrs. Howard Kennedy, Miss Nan Cunning ham, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bradley, Mr. Paul Bradley, Mrs. E. H. Jenks, Miss Elolse Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hicks, and Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Breckenrtdge enter tained aa their guests at dinner. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Loveland, Miss Loveland and Mr. Warren Breckenrldge. With Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Matters wye Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Morris, Miss Jean ! Matters and Miss Helen Matters. Mr. snd Mrs. I. Slbcrnson entertained Misses Nleman and Shlbsey and their sons Mess: a. Clarence, Drexel and Albert Slbcrn son. At another tsbls were: Mr. and Mra. C. S. Hayward, Mr. Raymond Hayward, Mr, Myron Hayward, Mrs. E. M. Olbson and Mrs. Hollway of Pennsylvania. Ons ot the larger dinner parties was given by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoadea. Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. W. B. T. Belt. Mr. snd Mrs. C. O. Talmadge, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Klmberley and Mr. nnj Mrs. Rhoades. Dining with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Flack were: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. A. McBrldd, Dr. and Mrs. Aiken snd Mr. and Mra. I. A, Medlar. With Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Workman were: Paul and Esther Workman,' Mr. and Mrs Oeorss E. Mlckle and Miss Oladys Mlckle. With Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Burket were Mr. and Mra. T. E. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. J.-R. Webster. Earl Bur-.. Misses Anna E. Haskell. Katherlne M'lroy and El'en Haskell of Providence. R. I. Dining together were: Judge and Mrs. I. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bruce and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johannes. At another table were: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Plel, Mr. snd Mrs, A. O. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Stirlver and Mr, and Mrs. R. V. Cols. At the Coaatry Clab, The largest dinner party Saturday even ing at the Country club was given by Miss Jean Cudahy for Mlsa Mllbank of Los An geles, Cal., guest of Mlsa Bess Baum and Mlsa G.lsr.ltsr of Pine Bluff, guest of Mlsa Louise Peck. Covers were laid for Misses Mllbank. Oelsrelter, Bess Baum. Louisa Peck. Ruth Moorhead, Mary Alice Rogers, Elisabeth Congdon, Eugenie Whit, more, Jeaa Cudahy. Mr. and Mra. Wlllard Hosford. Mr. and Mra. T. L. Davis, Mr. and Mra. Olann Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. Edwsrd Crelg-hton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark. Messrs. Olsnn Wharton, Ben Gal lagher, Paul Gallagher, Frank Keogh, Jack Baum, Richsrd Baum, E. I. Cudahy. John Maiden, Stanley loeeon. Frank Pollard, Frank Wllhelm, Robert Burns, Walter Rob- erta, Der.tse Barkslcw snd E. A. Cudahy, I Judge and Mra. W. A. Redlck had ss their guests at dinner Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bums, Mr. Ardo Mitchell snd Mr. John Redlck. Mr. Samuel Burns, jr., had five guests and Mr. O. C. Redlck six. About sixteen other reservations for din ner were made at the club. At the Field Clab. The tsbles at the Field club were espe cially attractive with a trimming of cut flowers. Together at one of the tables were: Mr. snd Mrs. Albert Krug. Mr. and Mra. Sel fert. Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Dorward. Miss Beatrice Cole, Mr. snd Mrs. H. M. Gould Ing, Mr. and Mra Henry Peters and Mr. Bock. Mr. Harry F. Pollard wan host at one of the larger dinner parties. Covers were placed for Misses Louise Lord. Rose Smyth, Shirley Castettler, Eunice Howell, Doro thy Stevens, Josephine O'Neill, Messrs. Ed ward O'Brien, Harry Koch, Frank Hoel, Frank Frederick, Bryant Coe and Harry F. Pollard. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Kelly entertained one of the dinner parties st the club, their guests being Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Judson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Orimmel, Mr. and Mrs. E J McVann. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Tetter and Mrs. Statter of Los Angeles. Cal. With Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Owen were: Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eldrlge. Mr. snd Mrs. Charles D. Armstrong gave another of the dinner parties, covers being placed for Colonel and Mrs. Qlassford of Fort Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Sholes, Mr. snd Mrs. Lloyd D. Willis, Miss Ethel Tukcy, Mr. Sidney Smith snd Mr. and Mra. Armstrong. Dining together in 'another party were: Mr. and Mra. T. A. Thomfwon, Miss Ar leno Thompson. Miss Margaret Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. John Epeneter, Miss Helen Eneneter. At another table were: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Buck ingham, Mr. end Mrs. F. E. Pearce, little Miss Helen Pearce, Miss Dempster, Mr. Charles Lane and Mr. Robert Bucking ham. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buohols had as their dinner guests Mr. snd Mrs. B. T. White,. Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Brome, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stout. Dinning with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ed wards were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed wards, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ingwerson, Dr. and Mrs. Burrell, Miss Helen Ingwerson. Mrs. Henry Sussman and Mrs. Slevers. Mr. Bryant Ropers entertained as his guests Miss Marie MeShone, Miss Amy Gil more, Miss Alice Kennard, Mr. Harry Low, Mr. William Schall. With Mr. Tom S. Kelly were Miss Kath crlne Mcorhead and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford. Mr. M. E. Serat's guests at dinner were: MIbs Lee Comstock, Miss Claire Helens Woodard, Miss Anna Coad, Miss Henri etta Rees. Mr. Samuel Rees Jr., Mr. Fred Baker. Mr. Herbert Daniel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Dudley. With Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess were: Miss Harriet Bradford of P6ntlac, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hynes. Members of the Harmony club who are also members of the Field club dined to gether, the partv Including Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dinning, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ewtng, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. VnnCourt, Mr. snd Mrs. J. L. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Pollard, Judge and Mrs. W. H. Munger, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. White snd Mr. snd Mrs. J. W. Bobbins. With Mr. and Mrs. John 8teel were Mrs. Ida Steel and Miss Steel of Denver, Miss Nichols and Mr. Harry Steel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton gave a small dinner party and covers were placed for Mlsa Msttis Robertson, Miss Annie Rob ertson, Mr. Will Chambers. Mr. George Shirley and Mr. and Mra. Fred Hamilton. Dining weth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manley were Miss Elolse Wood, MJsS Gertrude White, Mr. E. J. Malone and Mr. Edward Balrd. - Dining together at one of the tables were Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Harrlman, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fetters, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hemphill, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moody, Miss Marshall snd Mr. Jay Buckingham. Mr. Frank Colpetser entertained one of the dinner parties for Miss Helen Rlno- hart. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Colpester, Mr. snd Mrs. F. A. Rlnehart, Miss Helen Rinehart. Mrs. Harry Wllklns snd Mr. Colpetser. Dining together were Miss Effle Halght. Miss Fannie Howland, Miss May Mjrphy, Mr. George Later, Mr. William R. Wood and Mr. Jack Sharp. For the ft store. Miss Marguerite M. Fahs has Issued In vitattona for a kenslngton, to be given at ner residence, Saturday, May 22. Miss Genevieve Johnston will entertain a few friends at tea this afternoon at her home at Fort Crook, after the band oon cert. The Columbian club will give Its last evening card party Friday evening at Parish hall at Twenty-second snd Blnney streets. The Lynn Social club will give lta last dancing party for this season Thursday svening at Chambers'. It will be a "shirt waist party. Miss Helen Rlepen, who will be one t the attendants at the Cutler-Mandelberg wedding, will give an evening card party ana miscellaneous shower Monday. May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Hamilton wilt give a dinner Wednesday evening at the Coun. try club for Miss Mae Hamilton, who re cently returned from a trip around the world. Mrs. j. j. Boucher will give a dinner neat Saturday evening at the Field club for Miss 6a rah Corbett of Moncton. New Brunswick, who is the guest ot her sister, Mrs. R. E. Wilcox. Compllmentsry to Miss Leah Mandelberg whose wedding takes place In June. Miss Beatrice Cole and Mrs. J. B. Good will give an evening party and miscellaneous shower Thursday, May 10. Tne Huntiee Dancing club Is maklnr elaborate prcparatlona for a May party to be given at Its hall Friday evening. A num ber of gutsta have been Invited and this will bs one ot the largest parties given by ths club. A social entertainment will be given Fri day evening at the Masonic hall, at 8 o'clock. An interesting program will be given by Mrs. QussH Lehmann-Root. Miss Amanda Tebbens. Mr. LeRoy Wood. Mr. Delmore Cheney, Rev. M. O. McLaughlin, Mr. Carl E. Herring. Mr. William A. Wap pich, Mr. Edward B. Thompson. Ths meeting of tbe Charmonte club that waa to have been held Saturday at the borne of Mlsa Maude Marriott, haa been postponed until Monday. The Monday meet ing will be preceded by a 1 o'clock lunch eon at tne nome or Miss Marriott Miss Marriott and Mrs. Hal Roberta will be hostesses. The luncheon will be followed by cards. ' The Thursday Afternoon Bridge club is completing plans for the bridga party to be given at the Field club on Tuesday aft ernoon. May 18, for the Child Saving insti tute. Twenty-five beautiful prises have been donated by different merchants and business men of Omaha. Light refresh ments will be served snd a delightful time Is anticipated. Tbe committee ie much dis tressed over the discovery that a number of Invitations for thla bridge party have been mailed without being properly stamped. All women members of the Field club and women friends of members of the Thursday Bridge club bave beea invltsd to THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY la, J'li'X'l Regular $2.50 and $3.00 Waists at $1.45. Women's Suits t Half Monday We Inaugurate a General Clearing Sale on Women's Suits Hundreds of fine suits reduced to half price. Perhaps a little early in the sea liw ffilf this party, and if anyone falls to receive sn Invitation it ia owing to thla mistake In mailing. Pleasures Post. Mrs. R. C. Uhlig, 2410 Caldwell street, was hostess Saturday afternoon at a ehower for Miss Olive Horn, who will be one of the summer brides. Mr. and Mrs. Llcyd Kllgore entertained the members of the H. H. C 'club at bigh tlve Friday evening. Prises were won by Mrs. Joseph Langfeller and Mr. Harry Pilgrim. Lieutenant and Mrs. William N. Haskel entertained delightfully at bridge Thursdsy evening for their guert, Mlaa Farrell of Albany, N. T. Six tablea were placed for the game. Miss Lottie Samuclson entertained Friday afternoon at her home at the California apartments In celebration of her birthday. These present were Misses Marguerite Holt, Elisabeth Flnley, Lois Moore, Irm Olwlts, Martha Murphy, BesBle Ahlqulst, Genevieve Tornblom snd Lottie Samuelson. The Busy Bee Card club was entertained by Mrs. A. J. Samuelson Thursday arter noon at her apartments at the California. Prlaea were won by Mrs. Claud S. Barnes and Mrs. J. Sullivan. The guests of the club were Mrs. A. Tornblom and Mrs. F. H. Anderson. The members present were Mctdames J. Sullivan, Dennis, Backensen, C. J. Barnes, R. Smith, Crick and Melcher. Mrs. A. C. Rawson waa hostess Friday at a meeting of the Qulnto Lunoheon club. At the card game the prise winners were Mrs. D. C. Dodds and Mra. P. F. Malcy. These present wtre Mesdames A. W. Sydney. D. C. Dodds, W. D. Morllton. R. O. Schaeffer, P. F. Maley, J. R. Blt tlnger, A. D. Undeland. Francis Holt. Ed ward Clay, Howard Plllsbury. A. F. Howk and Arthur Rawson. As a farewell party to Mlas Irma Weider mann, who leaves Omaha May 10 for an extended pleasure and study trip to Eu rope, her sister members of the Rolye club gave a progressive luncheon Saturday noon. It was served In four courses at the homes of the Misses Jessie Spence, Bess Town send. Louise Northrup and June Oreevy, all In the Hanscom park district. Ths decorations, favors and plate cards were cleverly dons and suggested pleaaant ideas of Miss Weldermsnn's proposed trip abroad with her mother. Besides Mlas Welder man n and the young women at whose homes the luncheon wss served, the follow lng members of ths club were present: Misses Hazel Hartley. Ramon Taylor. Eileen Patterson, Grace McBrlde and Luclle Patterson. Mlsa 8tnlla Chase entertained Saturday in honor of Miss Lu Ella Hlne, who Is to be one of the June brides. Each guest was requested to bring either her own rthoto grsph or a picture of some kind for the honor guest. These were placed In a bas ket snd put In the fish pond. Each guest fluhed a pretty souvenir, while Miss Hlne procured the basket filled with pictures. For luncheon those present were sested at one larife table wnicn naq or a center- plec a white swan, on a large mirror, embedded in pink carnations and fern leaves and encircled by smaller swans, each holding In their bill s pink ribbon reaching to the different plate cards, which were tiny Cupids. Those present were: Miss Lu FJtls Hlne. Miss Amy King, Miss Edith Patterson. Miss Ines Bonnell. Miss Mildred Funkhouser, Miss Rose O'Neill, Mlsa Tssbel Baldwin, Miss Edith Vapor. Miss Minnie Eldrldge, Mlse Clsudene Dun can, Mis Loa Howard, Mlsa Stella Chase, Mrs. Lester Drlshaua. Mrs. Alfred Thomp son. Mrs. Wilbur Emerson. Mra Oscar Homon and Mra Leonard McKensle. Miss Dorothy Hall, who la a member of the graduating clasa at I3rown.ll Htll. en tertained her classmates Saturday at her home. Daisies predominated In the floral decorations and besides the' members of the clasa those present were Mlaa Lough ridge, the clasa teacher; Miss Macrae, Miss Taylor and Miss Ware. The ssnlor class Includes: Miss Dorothy Hall, Miss Mildred Butler. Mlsa Bernlce Stewart, Miss Hed wig Wilier, Miss Louise Barnard, Miss Ruth Hammer, Miss Elisabeth Bruce, Miss Evelyn Peck, Miss Maud Butler, Miss Vera Benson, Miss Helen Koehler ot Hast ings, Miss Stella Love or Tork. Mlsa Jessie Thomaa of Cuero, Tex.: Mlaa Ethel Erwtn of Crelghton, Miss Mary Buckley ef Sftromsburg, Miss Margaret Stowltta of Sidney, Mlaa Leila Ferris of Flandreau, 16, 1009. son but this is the way we'll sell them be ginning Monday morning: Suits worth up to $25.00 on sale at $10.00 Suits worth up to $35.00 on sale at $15.00 Suits worth up to $50.00 on sale at $25.00 Suits worth up to $75.00 on sale at $35.00 New Linen and Wash Suits Monday we show one of the most com plete lines of wash suits that vye have ever shown. Hundreds of new suits in plain tailored styles, all colors and sizes, on sale Monday at tempting prices. Pongee Coats and Covert Jackets In many pretty styles. A pongee coat, 56 inches long, plain tailored semi-fitting style, also another model trimmed with black; special values at $19.50. Several handsome well-tailored covert jackets, lined and unlined Special values at $8.75, $10.00, $12.50 Regular $2.50 and MRS. A. HUSTER EXCLUSIVE, UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY The most fashionable and latest designs in trimmed hats. Special ties in Milan and Chip Braids. :-: 221 N. 16th St. Loyal Hotel Bldg. Special Sale Any pattern hat in the house at half former price. SPECIAL SALE OF CHILDREN'S HATS We have a choice line from 50c up. F. kYI. Schadcll & Co. 1522 Douglas Street Spring Wedding The invitations are important social engravings must be just right in every little detail or you don't want it at all. We have had a great many years' experience in meeting the requirements of most particular people. Tho F.loyer Stationery Co., 1616 Farnam Street :-: Omaha a .; Miss Helen Heller of Blair, Miss Mar guerite Pouglas of Newcastle, Miss May Thomas of Cuero, Tex., Miss Eunice Arthur of Grand Island, Miss Ethel Blckford of Greenfield, la,; Miss Margaret Buckley of Btromsburg. Mlsa Dora McQurk of David City and Mlaa Irma Willing ot Broken Bow. Mr. and Mrs. George I Plsher gave a large and enjoyable card r-arty Friday evening at their borne. 1623 Lothrop street. Ths rooms were effectively decorated with carnations sttd bouquets of lilacs. Prises were won by Mrs. Ed P. Bmith, Mrs. F. 8. Owen, Mrs. W, U Ross. Mr. F. H. Cole, Mr. W. H. Gates and Mr. Albert Hoag. The guest list Included: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. VanCourt, Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlee VanCourt. Mr. and Mra. F. H. Cole. Mr. and Mra. C. F. Wcller, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawrle, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gates. Mr. and Mra. Frederick W. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. EL C. Benedict, Mr. snd Mrs. Albert Hoag, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Troxell, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Rice. Mr. and Mra. C. M. Eaton, Mr and Mra. F. C. Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Williams, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. EM P. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Macomber. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. W. Bradbury, Dr. and Mra. A. W. Edmlston, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Owen, Mr. snd Mrs. Fred Engle. Mr. snd Mrs. W. Prltchard, Mr. and Mrs. W. U Ross. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mullln, Mr. snd Mrs. Clinton Miller. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eldrlge, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eyler. Mlas Alice Troxell and Mlaa Gates. Peraoasl Gossip. A daughter waa born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Charlea W. Partridge. Mlsa Shirley Castetter of Blair, Neb., arrived this morning, to spend ths week FAENAM ST. $3.00 Waists at $1.45 of Millinery end In Omaha as the guest of Miss Bunlcs Howell. Mr. Brlttaln E. Griffith la expected home today from his European trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Diets expect to meet Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Megeatb in Parla next week. Mr. and Mra. J. Frank Dale loft thla week to spend six or eight weeks pn the Paclflo coast. The Misses Clara and Mary Haw-ley have changed their realdence to 528 North Fortieth etreet. Mrs. Morris Bronner of Syracuse, N. Is the guest of her parints, Mr. snd Mrs. Fred F. HadrS. Mrs. J. R. Ring-wait and Mr. Joseph Ring-wait sail from London today for home on the Mauritania. Miss Sarah Corbett of Moncton. N. B., haa arrived, to be the guest of her alater, Mrs. R. E. Wilcox Mr. Frank Boyd of the Omaha National bank Is In San lego for his hsalth, accom panied by Mrs. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Brown and James II. Brown, jr., have returned from their winter home In Piedmont, Cal. Mrs. Frederick Ciscaden of Erlraon, Neb., has arrived to visit her parsnts. Judge and Mrs. James Mscomber. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charlea L. Deuel will be very sorry to hear that Mlas Blanche Deuel Is much worse again. Mrs. Charles H. Sawyer of Kansas City spent a few days this week as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Elisabeth Kleffner. Mra. Charles Ntwoornb and daughter of Chicago are visiting Mrs. M. E. Newcomb. They will be !.n the city for weeks. Miss Margaret Boulter will close her studio the last of May, and, accompanied by her nephew, Elmer Sunderland, will spend tbe aummer1 In Germany and Swlta- (Continued on TJilrd Page.) i n iuumiiiiiin u Silk Kimonos on sale at $193. Price 1 , New Wedding Gift Silver TKX Gift Buysr will find aaauy untnonrht of suggestions es pecially appealing- to the bride " snob aa Zemon Blsh and fork China and Silver Jam Pots Olass and Silver Cheese Dishes Bar-le-duo Jars Olass and Stiver Olive Dishes Mayonnaise Bowl and Ladla Horseradish and Mustard Sets Marmalade Jars Cricked loa Palls Chafing- Dish and Condiment Sets We exhibit the most eomprehen. sive collection of Wedding gift noveltlee ever shown ia Omaha, and oordlaUy invite your inspec tion, C. D. DROWN CO. lUtli and Farnam Sts. GNOSIS Models Display New Ideas In Sbapes and Materials Your own discriminating taste is reason enough why Sorosis should bo your preference over other shoes. They fit comfortably and are designed - and made for women who know and appreciate the good things of life. This season's models embody many pleasing ideas never before con ceived in both shapes and materials. 1 I Sorosis Shoe Store 203 South 10th St. Frank Wilcox, Mgr. Have your eyes tested and glasses made to tit you by Wurn A llfe-lon rwjCT - , :f experienced optician m - - a Wurn Optical Co. i jt right on tbe S. W. V I V,i corner Blsteaath and! frarnaok tat. Doug. mm atm seTie m jt ' V V f I ( i 1 4 1 "V.