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Mr. and Mrs. A. B.McConnell
Entertain Dancing Party
e Fact
You Can t ' Get Away From ih
Mr. and Mr. A. C. M"r'onnell opened
their beautiful new homo. 3411 Farnm
treet, Ian e'v.ning. and gave a delightful
dancing parly fur trie s hool set aa a sur
prlc for thlr daughter. Mif Irene Mr
Connell. who attend the A ademy of the
Barred Heart. The hall rom on the third
floor, which Is decorated In American
Beauty roue shade, tit abloom Isst even
ing with huge bouquets of American Beauty
roses and snowball. Punch was served
during the evening- In an adjoining den,
and during- the Intermissions the dancers
rested In the cozy corners arranged on the
balconies leading from the ball room. The
first part of the evening was devoted to
a cotillion arranged by Mrs. MeConnell.
For the first dance the joung men eai-h
were given nn attractive little fan on which
was written the name of his partner. The
return favor for the boys were small silk
flags. In the next figure the girls were
presented with miniature bells and In the
figure following the boys were given toy
horns, which made a Jolly scene. Assist
ing the hostess were Mrs. William C.
Hamilton, Mrs. R. P. Hall and Miss Marlon
Hamilton. The Invited list Included Misses
Alice Cudahy, Florence. Cudahy, Janet
Hall, Dorothy Hall, France Hochstetler,
Clara Hayden, Helen Hayden, Eugenie
Patterson. Helen Murphy, Rose Smyth,
Reglna Connell, Marie Holllnger, Marie
Br.hmldt, Lurlle Bacon, Mildred Butler,
Mary Burkley, Gretchen McConnell. Anna
Glfford, Marlon Hamilton and Irene Mc
Connell; Messrs. John Daugherty, Fred
Paugherty, Charles Hamilton, Raphael
Hamilton, Robert Connell, Herbert Con
nel, Edward Murphy, Lee Holllnger, Mal
cnm Baldrlge. Sanford Glfford, Camper Of
futt, Rollln Sherman. Gardener McWhor
ter, Donald McWhorter, Adrian Bancker,
Dudley Bancker. John Hannlghan, Glen
Wurn and Harold Prltchett.
day at her home In honor of her niece,
M:ss Stella Leach, who Is a graduate this
year from Saunders' school. The luncheon
tahie had a centerpiece of lilacs and at
each guest'a plate was a bouquet of vloleta.
Covers were laid for Mtsse Reed. Johnson,
Carolyn Conklln, Groos. Pearl Macomber,
Stella Leach, Mesdames Harry Rowley, J.
M. Leach and P. M. Conklln.
The Comls club was entertained at a
kenslngton Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Henry Aabel. Luncheon was
served from one large table, with a dainty
decoration of pink and white carnations.
The annual election of officers was held
and those chosen were: Mrs. E. V. Ferris,
president; Mrs. Arthur Hoover, vice presi
dent; Mrs. Harry Pilgrim, secretary; Mrs.
David Garrett, treasurer. The next meet
ing will be in two weeks at the home of
Mrs. Pilgrim.
Mr. Hugh Cutler entertained the men of
the Cutler-Mandelberg wedding party
Wednesday evening to a dinner at the Hen
shaw. Those present were Messrs Oscar
Irwin, Thomas Murphy, Harold Jackson,
Thomas Jeffery, Harry Bllxt, Joe Mandel
berg and Hugo Cutler.
Mrs. R. B. Donahoe, 471J North Fortieth
street, entertained the Pink and Blue Card
club Tuesday afternoon. High five was
played and prises were won by Mrs. C. F.
Goldy. Mra. W. Shields and Mra. C. S.
Weber. The next meeting will be In two
weeks with Mrs. C. S. Weber, 2225 North
Forty-ninth street. Those present were
Meedame M. L. Kellogg, I. J. Anderson,
W. Shields. C. F. Goldy. C. S. Weber, F.
Ehrhardt, R. B. Donahoe, D. Reed, C. F.
D. Voorheea. J. Myers.
Pleasures Past
Social Brent of Wot at Which
Congenial raopla Meet and En
Joy TnamsalTss to the Utmost.
Personal Gossip
Whir tlia People Art, Whsa
Thay At doing- and Whan
Thsy Expect to metnrn Hon.
Misses Agnes and Julia Barrett gave a
surprise party Wednesday evening for Mr.
William Fields. A variety of games fur
nished the evening amusement and prizes
were won by Miss Katherlne McCarthy,
Mies Agnes Barret and Mr. Chris Kemmey.
The house was decorated with pink and
white carnations and those present were
Misse Julia Rarrett, Julia Kemmcy.
Eleanor McCarthy. Mary Hayes, Mi
guerlte Kemmey. Frances Shields, Agnes
Barrett, Katherlne McCarthy, Marguerite
Martin, Maria Martin, Marguerite Shields:
Messrs. Chrla Kemmey, Hugh McCabe,
Lawrence Brown, Harold Shields. Patrick
Hayes. Lloyd Nelson. Paul Roberts, George
Brown and Gilbert Gooslg.
Miss Jessie Millard entertained at
luncheon Thursday at her home In com
pliment to Mra. Horace Burt of Chicago.
The guest wers seated at a large round
table that had for It centerpiece a bou
quet of lilies of the valley. Cover were
placed for Mra. Burt, Mr. E. W. Nash,
Mr. E. A. Cudahy, Mrs. G. W. Wattles.
Mra. G. A. Joslyn. . Mr. George Bldwell,
Mrs. Louis Reed, Mrs. C. E. Yost. Mrs.
J. A. McShana, Mrs. G. W. Griffith, Mrs.
W. J. Connell and the hostess.
Today Mr. Charles Offutt will entertain
for Mra. Burt and Saturday she will be
honor guest at a luncheon to be given by
Mr. George Sumner. Mr. Burt will have
to return to Chicago Saturday, which has
necessitated her declining the other enter
tainment planned in her honor.
Mr. Sam Faulkner entertained at
luncheon Tuesday In honor of her sister,
Mr. Will Faulkner, who leaves soon for
her new home In Takoma, Wash. Snow
balls formed the centerpiece for the table
and those present were Mesdames Will
Faulkner, Isely, Bert Underwood, Arthur
Tempany, Frank Greenman, F. A. Nelson,
Frank Underwood, J. J. Mullen, Will Wal
lace and Sam Faulkner.
Mrs. J. R. Beverldge entertained at cards
this afternoon In honor of Mrs. A. Wen
gert and Miss Carrie Wengert of Trenton,
N. J., guest of Mr. W. H. Beck. The
other guest presen' were Mesdamea M. W.
Beck H. C. Cady, E. E. Beverldge, A. W.
Young, W. W. Allen, Charles Cheney, A.
A. Hopson, Charles Toy, Robert Druesdow,
Richard Oudath, Joseph Turney and A. M.
Mr. J. M. Leach gave a luncheon Tues-
Mrs. F. H. Myer entertained four guests
at luncheon- today at the Field club. This
evening Mr. Herman Met will have alx
guests at, dinner.
Among the larger dinner parties Satur
day evening at the Field club will be a
party of ten, guests of Mr. S. P. Cowdery.
Mr. W. R. Hamilton will have eight guests
and Mr. J. E. Buckingham six.
Miss Catherine Murray has returned
home after a short trip through the east,
having spent several days In Clinton, la.,
and surrounding cities.
Miss Laura Diamond has returned from
Cedar Rapids. la., where she went to at
tend the wedding of her cousin. Miss
Emma L. Hurley.
Mr. Ed J. Flynn leaves Saturday for a
visit of a month with friends at Nash
ville. Tenn.
Miss Mary Paugherty of Concordia,
Kan., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mason on
South Tenth street.
Mr. Charles P. Morlarty of Tulsa. Okl.,
arrived In Omaha last Friday to be the
guest of relatives in this city for a few
Miss Agnes Burkley Is attending a re
union of the alumnae of Sacred Heart
academy at Lake Forest, III., this week.
Miss France Dougall, who is ill with
diphtheria at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. P. Moorbead, Is somewhat Improved.
Mrs. Dougall arrived this week from PitU
btirg. Mr. Frank Evan left Tuesday for Car
bondale, Pa., In response to a telegram In
forming of his alster"a erlou Illness at
that Dlace.
Mr. Charles F. Clarke of Pueblo 1 a I
guest at a prominent hotel for a few days
en route to Montreal and other polnta In J
Mr. W. 8. Hlcksa. prominent business
man of Oklahoma City, was in Omaha last
week on business and visiting friends.
Mr. Ed E. Burke of Atchison, Kan., Is a
guest of friends on Sherman avenue for a
few daya. He leavea Sunday for Butte,
Mont., where he haa accepted a position
in an assay office.
Mrs. Isaac Painter of Marshalltown, la.,
and Mr. R. E. fiperry of Bloux City. Ia..
will arrive Tuesday to attend the Cutler
Mandelberg nuptial. Miss Vesta Beebe of
Woodbine, la., will be another out-of-town
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Bourn of Modale, la.,
will arrive Wednesday to attend the Cutler-Mandelberg
w iiii mml s ik. m Jt'tL, bwsiu 3H
that it takes QUALITY as well as price to make a bargain. -Now these specials have
the QUALITY that makes them great big unbeatable bargains. They're goods of the
highest character handsome in design dependable in construction and superior in
finish. They're the kind of bargainsworthy the name the kind you'd appreciate to
day and every day for years to come.
Complete Kitchen
Made of satin walnut, beautifully flalihed and
of expert workmanship throughout. " Has flour
bin, convenient cutlery drawers, sliding bread
or meat board. Top as shown. Row of large
spice drawers. This cabinet Is
strongly built and thoroughly
guaranteed. Special for
1 feteiSBl
A 9x12
' 1 YTC"SW'T
This rug value stands today as the great
est offering of the kind on sale in Omaha.
The best worsted materials are used In
these rugs. They are firmly woven, made
witnout nmer seams, and
recommended for extraor
dinary durability. Our
price for this sale is, only...
woven, mane
of $15
or Over
in Our
Absolutely the best refrigerator
for the money to be found any.
where. Scientifically construct
ed and thoroughly guaranteed.
The ahove Is one of
our many special
values. At
Solid Oak Sideboard
very massive deslg-n, elabor-
canopy top. Has serpentine
front. lined drawer for silver
are. magnificent carvings, two
wr rencn oevei mir
rors. Special for
this sale, only,
rax vines, iwo
Of most dependable construction,
extra well finished, serpentine
front top drawer and extra large
r rencn nevei mirror.
I'nquistlonably the
best dresser on sale
in Omaha. Trice . .
extra targe
A aurerlor, on?-motlon. all steel
Go-Cart, folds up very compact
ly with one motion, strong and
"U'"'. l very light Has rub.
o-r tires sno leatn
erette hood. In
black or colors.
l. nas run-
22 Great
Decorated Panel Iron Beds
Made of heavy tubing with three
broad steel panels at head and
foot adorned with handsome
floral decorations. Any color of
ena-mei nesiren, any
width. An exceed
ingly handsome bed.
Special for this sale.
J nil "Miami t ! JW I nSm!mmmmmmm"ll J
IMiMIlll h n f.ol ftf
6 M,,"u 5eut,f,uI "Prlng patterns Rich and rare. J U I Vgca a W V NV I
W with rieen nflo .nfl anA 1 11 v n floil . Vl .1 . 9 BMIBB IBBBSSan MBBAafflMS -SJmBBS
ibest worsted materials from f ej pjai - I
which to choose You never 0 J Hill I
19 money awiww . I
Livn i-iiBWi rrTjir' i v n nin jUm ia-j a iit : ...
i tiiio
They are Just like Illustra
tion, heavily enameled In anv
color desired. Yon would
never expect such
a handsome bed
for the money.
On sale, at
l on won in
Absolute Satisfaction
value that can't be equalled anywhere. A
massive bed with large 2-Inch posts. In either
bright or satin finish, with genuine French
laciiuer and guaranteed for ten years. We
have offered big brass bed
values In the past, but never
anything to equal this,
years. e
1414 -16 18 DOUGLAS STREET
Big Rocker Special
An illustrative value
a sample of our splen
did offerings on sale
Saturday. ThI hand
some rocker Is made In
most substantial man-
ner. Amer
ican quar
tered oak
finish, and
carve d .
broad, rest
ful back, a
full spring
seat. up
holstered in
g u a r a n -teed
tucket leather. Spe
cial for Sat
urday at the
a m a zlngly
low price of
6.19 I
Attractive Foot Wear
FOR S2.501
When a woman sets out in quest of
footwear the preat question with
her is, "Where can I get the most
for my money?" "By most she
means the most style, comfort and
quality for the money. The repu
tation of Alexander's Sample Shoe
Shop rests ujon its ability to un
dersell all others.. We are show
in0: shoes in all styles and leathers
that others ask $5.00 and $4.00
for at
Woman's Work
Ac tin tits of the Organised
Bodies Along the 1.1ns of Un
dertaking of Oonosrn to Woman,
$2.50 iy
j Saturday OMAHA 1 Block B
WBilMI HiHIUI IF mmmmmmmartmmmmammaamtraamBBimtmJf j
expresses In a limited degree only, the magnificence of the
scenery in th Canadian r.orklra viewed enroui to the
fcitopowr without extra charts at the famous reaort:
Banff Idkke LouLm riald Olaelar.
This 'J-and of Knchuntment" i reached only by tn
Canadian Pacific Railway
Throuch trains to Seattle from St. Paul dailv at 1 30 a m.
tow Xsoursloa rare from all places to Seattle and all Puget
Sound titirs and return.
Alaska and return from Vancouver 6t. by Can. raclflo
team Tlcketa ror sale by aawnta of all rai'aay
Send for "Challenge of the Mountains" and Alaska folder.
A. C. Ohaw, General Agent, Chicago.
The called meeting of the Omaha
Woman's club, which was considered for
next Tuesday, will probably not be called
after all. Its object was to consider a
proposition for the club' purchase of the
J. J. Monell residence at Twentieth and
Podge streets, for a club house. A
majority of the executive committee feela.
however, that the purchase of a club house
la too important to be considered at this
season, when the club Is adjourned for the
summer. The executive committee will
meet again within a few days and will
decide regarding the called meeting.
The educational committee of the Toung
Women's Christian association will give a
vacation number this evening In the
audience room of the new building. Mrs.
Garloch of the committee will give a talk
on a two weeks' vacation trip In Colorado.
She wJII give pricta and general expenses
attending a two weeks' trip and a stere
opticon will be used In Illustration of
the talk on some of the resorts and other
places of Interest. The association's work
is about closed for the summer. Several of
th secretaries will attend the summer con
ference at Lake Geneva and a number of
the member are planning to attend also.
A meeting has bn called of local execu
tive committees of arrangements for the
National Women'a Christian Temperance
union copvention. to be held Tuesday even
!ng at the young Men's Christian associ
ation. Mrs. Frances P. Heald, president
of the state organization, will be In the city
Monday for conference with the local com
mittee. The preliminaries for the con
vention is being so arranged aa to relieve
the few weeks immediately preceding the
meeting of all possible work.
Mrs. George Covell, president of the
Douglas County union, will leave ' this
evening for a two weeks' trip through
Nance, Plalte and Saunders counties
organizing unions. Mr. Covell is one of
the most successful organizer of the tat.
The executive committee of the Omaha
Woman' club ha decided that, for the
coming year at least. Its courtesies com
mittee shall send Us flowers to the living
and that when further expressions of II
sympathy are required, they shall take
the form of a note or a letter. It is the
custom of the club and has been for many
years, to send messages of sympathy or
of congratulation to Its members as oc
caslon demanded and flowera In case of
continued illness or death. In future, the
flowers are to be sent to the living and
the notes sent In condolence. It is also
the custom of the club to send a silver
spoon to all babies born to club member,.
P. P. Klrkendall. Mr. and Mr. Joeph
Lehmer, Mr. and Mr. A. U Reed, Miss
Ida Sharpe, Mr. Harry McCormlck and Mr.
and Mra. Paxton. v
Dyers Have Achieved Notable Tri
umph In This New Summer
Llnons were never more In demand and
certainly never were so varied In weave
and color. In no other material have the
dyers achieved greater trlumpha than in
this one, and in the workrooms one sees
linen frocks and aulta tn all the colors of
the season's card. Certain wood tones
medium shades, half gray, half brown,
with a dash of green are considered espe
cially chic In linen, and the ash grays are
kin to these. All the wistaria and queer
fruity lavender and purple, the off tones
in rose, the odd blue, the coppery brown
and gold and mustard and khaki yellows,
the almond and pistache and absinthe
greens in ' fact, as haa been said, all the
season's naw color are displayed In the
The white and string linens, too, have
a great vogue, and some very elaborate
coats are made up primarily for wear with
white linen frocks, but may be worn too
over any sheer lingerie frock. These coats
arc of net more or less elaborately trimmed
In aoutache braiding and linen bands or
motifs, and some of them are exceedingly
Intricate in design, while others are com
paratively simple
A coat of this kind ! effective, however,
only when really good In design and work.
In a cheap edition It 1 a hopelessly coarse
and tawdry thing.
Very heavy laces on the Cluny and Rus
sian orders trim ome of the linen frocks,
and broad banda of such lace were used to
advantage upon the model skteched here,
although this coat and skirt costume on
account of It sharply defined trimming
lines called for a tall and slender wearer.
Blouses of sheer striped batiste in white
and the color of the linen are so much
liked a an accompaniment to the tailored
coat and skirt costume of linen that it Is
almost Impossible to fill their order. A
white blouse embroidered In color may be
made to take the place, but cons more
than the other and lacks the smart sim
plicity of the simply tailored blouse in
the soft striped batiste.
For the Future
Bata of tuUreat That Ar On
tht local Social Calendar That
rromlaa Mac a of PUtsur.
Mr. Charles Pyball will entertain Mon
day afternoon. May 31. at a card party and
hosiery shower in honor of Miss Leah
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Paxton will entertain
at dinner this evening at their beautiful
new home In P'alracres in honor of Judge
and Mra. W. A. Hedlck. Spring flnwr
mill be usrd In decoration and covers will
be p'aced for Jydge and Mr. Redl k, Mr.
aod Mra. Arthur Remington, Sir. a,u4 Mr.
American Glrla PHr the Princess Who
la Prospective Unreal of
Princess Beatrice of Paxe-Coburg, who la
more English than German, being a daugh
ter of the former duke of Edinburgh and
niece of King Edward, Is hardly to be con
gratulated on the prospect of wearing a
crown as queen of Portugal. By all ac
counts her engagement with King Manuel
has been arranged. That does not mean
that romance has brought the young couple
together, but that the exigencies of royalty
and International politics have been served.
The princess Is a small, frail, pretty girl,
who seem 111 fitted to fa.-e the storms of
Portugal' blood-stained throne. She ha
led a simple life in England and Germany,
and from that she will be transplanted Into
a court where even the queen herself must
be guarded from the bullets of assassins.
Then tn Manuel th princess gets for a
husband a fat and lazy youth, whose brain
Is dull and sluggish, and ho "rules" bo
cause he obeys orders without asking the
why of wherefore. There can be few
American girls to envy prtneeas Beatrice
her future.
Custom Generally Observed In City,
Spanish War Men Taking; Part
- for First Time.
The annual custom of veterans address
ing the public schools on the Friday pre
ceding Memorial day was generally ob
served In Omaha. This year, for about
the first time, veterans of the Hpanish
Amerlcan war united with the members
of the Grand Army of the Republic In
making the addresses.
The school rooms were prettily decorated
with the national colors, flowers and por
traits of the generals and notables of the
war days. In practically all special
patriotic exercises were carried out by the
pupils, Including music and recitations, and
choruf.es of patriotic war songs.
Lincoln's Gettysburg address was re
cited In many of the schools In unison,
while In others the recitation was given by
some specially talented pupil.
The addresses of the veterans were
largely of a narrative character. Including
their own experiences In field, camp, march
and battle, while not a few told of the
horrors of the Ander.onvllle, Llbby, Salis
bury and other prison puns, where they
were prisoners of war. The veterans were
given bouquets. Those addressing the pub
lic and parochial schools were:
High Colonel William A. Conover.
Bancroft N. Lundaren.
Beals H. W. Gilbert.
Cass Colonel H. 8. Gillespie.
t'astellar H. Walsh.
Central J. A. Dempster.
Central Park B. E. McCague.
Clifton Hill J. A. Gillespie
Columbian Captain H. E. Palmer.
Conienius Samuel Gibson.
Druid Hill-Lewis Pixley.
Hupont H. Rhoades.
Farnam Rev. T. J. Mackay.
Forest W. W. Eastman.
Franklin-T. L. Hull.
Kellom S. I. Gordon.
Lake A. N. Yost.
Leavenworth A. Lockner.
Lincoln E. W. Crook.
Long N. K. Van Husen.
Ixithrop R. B. Howell.
Mason Rev. J. H. Brooks.
Monmouth Park David Thompson.
Omaha View G. R. Rathbun.
Pacific J. G. Loos.
Park-Major J. S. Miller.
Saratoga Captain J. H. Presson.
Saunders S. B. Peters.
Sherman E. A. RelchardL
Train W. O. Morse.
Vinton Simeon Bloom.
Walnut Hill J. B. Bruner.
Webster L. A. Cusraden.
Windsor J. H..Shugart.
Benson G. O. Barnell.
Dundee R. E. Esklidson.
St. Peters M. J. Feenan.
PreTrni Mckel from Rostlnit.
When you tak stoves down In the spring
go ovfr them with a ..-loth d.-imncieil with
linseed oil, wrap the nickel plated parts in
paper. Next fall you will have no rust to
contend with when you ure ret lv to use.
your stove. Mrs. Henry Stout, .'4iro. Hi. ,
In Parkins l.nces.
In packing white lace or white silk
waist or fine laces. If you wish them ti
remain perfectly white wrap In lisht blun
cneeeeciom or ussuc puper una 1'i.icr 1:1 a
box. I have kept a white silk dres In this
way for sixteen years.
Women Lawyers.
A decree giving women lawyers the right
to plead In royal courts has Just nen Issue.)
by the Bavarian mincer of lustiic. Im
mediately after the decree wis mude purllc
several women placed ihelr names on the
list of barrister.
What the Market Affords
for the Sunday Dinner
undar Dinner Meno.
Clear Tomato Soup. Crouton.
Boiled Shoulder of Mutton, Caper Sauce.
Boiled Rice. Asparagus.
Lettuce Salad.
Wafers. Cream Cheese.
A French Method of Cooking Asparagus
Boil it In bundles, standing on end in the
water, leaving an Inch or so of the polnta
above the water. This thoroughly cooks
the stem without destroying the tips, which
will be cooked enough by the steam.
Friday morning abounded In surprises of
the most agreeable kind for the woman
who went to market, but like the early
bird, she who went first got the pick.
The first shipment of watermelons of the
season came In this morning and sold for
W cent each. They weigh from sixteen to
nineteen pounds and are sure good for the
first uf the seas.on.
Sweet corn also made Its first appearance
Friday morning and sold at 60 rents a
dozen ears. Although they are not aa large
as they will be later they are well filled.
Cherries are the newest offering In the
fruit line and have been In market all
week. Both the red and black varieties
are here and selling at 4ft rents a pound.
They are shipped from California and aro
fine, meaty fruit.
Strawberries aold for 15 cents a box Fri
day morning, though uome were cheaper.
Plneapplea are plentiful and the wise
woman will put up her supply for the
season while they are cheap. They sold
Friday morning for from 7 cents for the
smaller to 46 ceiita each for the giant slzo.
As for the preen stuff, everything Is in
now and in the full, luxurisnt size that
marks the home-grown product. The prices
are also "home-grown" and convincing
that the season for canned things Is past.
Butter Is a little chenper than It was,
selling for 2S cents a pound for the best
package creamery. Other butters range
frotn 23 to SS cents a pound.
Eggs are IS centa a dozen for the best
guaranteed and the fresh sell from '12 to 33
ii nd H centa a dozen.
Fresh broilers sell wholesale for in
dozen, frozen broilers for 15 a dozen. Hens
for L'l4 cents a pound, spring chickens 17
cents a pound, roosters 10 cents a pound,
ducks IT cent a pound, geese 11 cents a
IHiumi and turkeys 25 cents a pound.
Bigger, Better. Busier That' what ad
vertising in Th Be does for yojr
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