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I TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 5, 1910.
S0C1ETT ATTENDS WED1HCS Jane it Keeping Up Its Reputation u Month for Brides. BABKALOW-PECK AT TRINITY C-'ermalra aa4 ta Yarloaa Kaae tloaa Attendant 1'poa So Maar . Wtallati Krf iorlr Baar All Week. Hkra Lave Cat. Vovt had rut (he two aa partners And. aa all th rul'a demand. On tha deal the happy lover rihowed a diamond in hi hand. Later, "If there be a reason To divide thja man and maid. Now declare It," apake the Parson. "Boldly vail a apade a apade." But hearts waa tha derlaratlou, And, with none to Intervene. Ere tha paraon aald: "1 double," Father gave away the queen. At thla alRht rejected aultora, With remarks were profane, Took to clubs, nor hoped for honors, Hlnce they only had chicane. Walter S. Trumbull In June Smart Bet. Social lalenrtar. MONDAY-The wedding; of Mies Klolso Wood and Mr. Harvey Mllllken, Mr. mid Mrs. 8. V. Bsrkalow, dinner for Hrka-low-Peok wedding party; Misses Mabel Clark and Helen ftmith, luncheon at Field club for Brownell Hall seniors; re ception and musicals at Rrownell Hall for seniors; Mrs. John I,. Kennedy, din ner party for Miss Yates and Lieutenant Allen. y TUK81 iAY-Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Peck. Tin ner for Barkalow-Peck wedding party; commencement exercises P.rownell Hall, seniors' luncheon; Miss Beatrice Cole, luncheon at Field club; Mrs. Harry Weller, luncheon at Field club: Mrs. J. B. Porter and Mrs. B. P. Hmlth, luncneon at Field club; Miss Wilcox, evening parly; ladles' day at Happv Hollow and Field club: Mrs. Arthur Kuhn, brldxe club t Field club; Kermo club. Mm. '. W. Miller; Miss Stella Hamilton, lunch eon at Country club for Miss Yts; Miss Dorward, bridge parly tit Field club, Mrs. Edward Mahoney, luncheon. WEDNESDAY- Tha wedding i.f Miss Lotilne Peck and Mr. Denlss Barkalow at Trinity Cathedral; wedding of Mis Gertrude Dako and Mr. Will Hayncs; wedding of Mia. Kuth Weller Flelsoliel and Mr. Charles Bertram Walker of Syracuse; midweek hop at Field club; Mrs. Fred I'eurce, Informal bridge lunch- - son. THURSDAY Wedding of Miss Bessie Yatea and Lieutenant Charles Allen; Miss Ida Smith, luncheon for Miss Krllth Butler; table d'hote dinner M Country club; midweek dance at Rod and Gun club.- FRIDAY Miss .THssamlne Shorraden, tea at Field club; Mlm-es Florence and Minnie - Hlller. luncheon for Miss Zerlina Drev foos; ladies' day at Field club and Happy Hollow. SATURDAY Wedding of Miss Jessie Elllngwood and Mr. William O. Fuller of Council Bluffs; week-end dances at Happy Hollow, Country and Field clubs; t Mrs. J. B. Wood, card party. Weddings will be numerous this week when three of tha largest weddings of the month will be celebrated. The first will be that of Mlsa Elolse Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wood, and Mr. Harvey 'Mllllken, which will be celebrated Monday evening at St. Mary'a. Avenue Congrega tional church. This will be followed by a .reception at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Wood. ; Trinity cathedral will be the scene of one 'of the large weddings, when Miss Louise Peck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Peck, "will become the bride of Mr. Denlse Barkalow. The groom is a Yale man and all but one of his attendants are sons of Ell. A small reception will be given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peck following the caremony Wednesday afternoon. The marriage or Miss Bessie Yates, (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yates to" Lieutenant Charles C. Allen, will take place 'Thursday evening at Hillside. There will be' a number of social affairs given in honor of Miss Yats and Lieutenant Allen thla week. Numerous other weddinga will take place thla week, but they will be small home weddings. J , Omaha people are numerous Just now In iithe list of .transatlantic travelers. They tar both among those leaving for the sum , mer and leturning from the winter. Many sailed from New York for Europe Saturday to spend the summer. One party railing on the Arabic Included Miss Jean Cudahy, Miss Helen Cudahy, Miss Frances Nash, Miss Nora Forthman of Los An geles, Cat., accompanied by a teacher from Mrs. Homer's school In Washington, D. C. They will go to England first, where they plan to spend a month, and will then travel on tli continent, spending some time In Paris. Among the cabin passengers sailing for Europe on the Hamburg-American line steamer Amerika are Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Kick, Mr. O. W. Megeath, Mr. Wind sor juegeatn, Mr. Kdwln Megeath of Omaha; Miss Dora Beige, Miss Frida ueorgl of Lincoln and Mr, Mathew Gerlng or fiatlsmouth. ir. ana mis. cnarles Harding went broad a few weeks ago to meet Mr. Mc Millan Hardlr.g and since then they have been visiting the European capitals. They are now at assar college, where Mi Iiuih Harding will graduate this year. They will spend a few weeks in the east before returning to Omaha. Mrs. James E. Sobie. who has been . spending the winter In Germany, returned thla week. Mr. and Mrs. Scobla w(ll spend some time In New York before returning home. Several who have been spending the win ter and spring abroad are beginning to return homo. Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hull, who have been In Europe for seven months, returned home this week. Mrs. Hull spent most of l-.er lime In Paris, where she studied the French languuge, and Dr. Hull studied In the hospitals of Vienna. Berlin and London. , Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McGrew and Miss Alice Carey McGrew, who have been travel In In Europe since the latter part of January, returned home Thursday. They spent most of their time sight-seeing In southern Europe. Mr. MacMlllan Harding, who won a scholarship at Yale university for a year's study In Germany, landed In New Yoik City Fjidsy. I'K-a.urrs Past. ; Mrs. Decora of Sioux City has returned to her Irimie after a visit with Mrs. S. Clarkson Lowrlc. Mrs. W. K. Palmatler gave a bridge luncheon Saturday morning In honor of Mrs. B. W. Plage of Kansaa City. Miss Florence Bonsa of Flandreau. 8. D.. wno nas been (he house guest of Mrs. S, vimtkboii cowrie, lias returned to her nume. r. ana airs. Jerome A. Little cele brated their fourth wedding anniversary Tuesday evening, entertaining fifty friends , at an evening of music. ' A theater party Friday evAilng to see Miss Lang at tha Boyd theater Included Mlssea Catherine Thuramell, Katherlne Beeson. Alice Carter. Mildred Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. George Thummell. aiiss cisie r'uiiKhousvr of Lincoln, who will be maid ct honor at the wedding of Ulsa Louise Peck and Mr. Denis Bark low, was hostess at luncheon Friday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. E. P. Peck. Covers were placed for ten guests. Mrs John A. Mcshane gave an Informal , luncheon Saturday at bar home for Mrs. 'Charles Whitehead of Denver, who la the 0 " Mi&.IrJuTBLLLE LEI)HEL guest of Miss Lypn Curtis. Those present were Mesdames Charles Whitehead. W. E. Martin, J. E. Summers, John A. McShar.e, Misses Lyr.n Curtis and Daisy Doane. Mrs. Joseph Page of Victor, Colo., was the honor guest at a 4 o'clock tea given Sat urday afternoon by Mrs. Walter T. Page. The rooms were effectively decorated with spring flqwers and assisting Mrs. Page were Mrs. H. H. Ealdrlge, Mrs. M. G. Colpelzer, Miss Stella Hamilton, Mrs. Charles Offutt, Mrs. F. S. Cowglll. Mrs. E. W. Nash, Mrs. W. B. Millard. Mrs. Lowrle Childs, Miss Jessie Millard. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Wood gave a dinner at their home last evening In honor of the Milliken-Wood wedding party.' Those pres ent were Misses Elolse Wood, Adelyn Wood, Hazel Smith, Elma Jane Mllllken, Doris Wood, Fannie Howland, Laura Dale. Messrs. Harvey Mllllken, William R. Wood, William B. Hughes. Lyle Mllllken, Alex Rutherford, Fred Baker, Mr. and Mrs. H. N Wood, Madame Mangelsdorf, Berlin, Germany. Miss Mabel Hodgin gave, a luncheon at her home Saturday afternoon for three of the June brides, Miss Mary Fans, Miss Carolyn Conklln and Miss Florence Mason. The table wad decorated with marguerites uml th plate cards were bridal souvenirs. These prtent were Mlsse-t Carolyn Conk lln, Florence Mason, Myra Whldden, Mll rti.'d Funkhouser, Nell Guild, Ola Belle Kerrey, Hilda Sandberg, Mary Fahs, Ann Brown. Nell Howard, Marlon Funkhouser, Edith Patterson, Edith Sandberg. Miss Gladys Lobeck entertained at a "pink shower" Saturday afternoon In honor of Miss Louise More, whose wedding taken place the latter part of June. The Invited guests Included Mrs. Charles C. Morgan, Mrs. Ernest-Kelly, Mrs. Walter Moger of Crawford, Mrs. C. O. Lobeck. Misses Louhe More, Marguerite Wilcox, Alice Gates, Alice Troxell, Dorothy Chambers, Edith Miller, Mabel Bosworth, Clay Miller, Mona Dillon, lluth Dillon, Katherlne Lenhart, Meta Wolf, Mary Wllmoth, .Lena Dickman, Emma Dickman and Gladys Lobeck. Mrs. Clement Chase, who Is chairman of the domestic science department of the Young Women's Christian association, gave, a luncheon Saturday at the Young Women's .Christian association for Mrs. Byers, who leaves soon to reside In Minneapolis, and for Miss Coffin, who Is director of this department and will leave In a few days to spend the summer at her home In the south. The guests were members of Mrs. Chase's committee and included Mesdames G. W. Wattles, C. T. Kountxu. Charles Wllhelm, II. H. Bald- rige, Osgood Eastmun, Victor Caldwell, Miss Mary Wallace. Mr. M. J. Curran gave a lawn party Sat urday evening at his home- In Prairie Park addition. The lawn was lighted with numerous fancy lanterns and music was added to the entertainment. Those Invited were Missus Verda Oldfleld. Stella1 Morrison, Nora Morrison, Lillian Richards, Agnei Scott, Johnson, Winified Lores, Estell Loree, Kuth Loree, Madeline Mats, Mabel Sullivan, Hasel Sullivan, Gertrude Gruen lng, Murle Hampton,, Clella Brubaker. Laura Brubakei, Haxel Ochiltree, William Gruening, Percy Gwyn, Harry Atwood, Roy Morgan, Edward Palm, Queitcd, Lor rin Scott,' Jessie Donaldson, Floyd Finch, M. Y. Curran, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Scannell. Mr. and Mm. James Atwood, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. HelUm, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Plnker ton. Miss Helen Anderson gave a pretty lawn party at her home, 3703 Meredith avenue. yesterday evening. In celebration . of ber birthday. Japanese lanterns decorated the lawn. In the house the color 'schemes of purple and white, scarlet and green, were carried out in the different rooms. A mock wedding, tha participants In which were chosen by lattery, was part of the enter tainment. Those present were Misses Clara Larson, Talma Larson, Ethel Gorgenson, Esther Florell. Ethel Moller, Florence Mol ler, Helen Linn. Wlufred Lore., Estell Lnree, Margaret Matthias, Hasel Anderson; MekSis. Edward 'Lundberg, Wallace Linn, Oscar Olson, Koy Morgan. Koy Baumback. Cscar Peterson, Harry Atwood, Percy OwUin, Homer Russell, Waltsr AhUiulst, Frank Ahlgulst, Martin Rees and Martin ChrUtensen. fersonal Goulp, Mrs. . A.' B. Coon is visiting In Minne apolis. Mr. E. D. Williams of Ia Angvles has been visiting In Omaha. Mrs. Edson iUoh will leave soon for her summer horn at Shell Lak, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Burgess hav gone to Excelsior Springs, Mo., for a few days. Dr. C. M. Ilaloh of Hooper. Neb., la pending the week end with Omaha friends. - Mrs, Joseph Burn has (on to visit ber ' .' '": :'r:.( daughter, Mrs. Zack T ville. Mo. Howell of Marys- Mrs. Herman V. Smith, Jr., has returned from a two months' visit with her Bister at Wltten. S. D. Miss Minna Meyer has returned from New York City, where she spent the win ter studying music. Mrs. Charles Whitehead of Denver, who has been visiting Mies Lynn Curtis, left for her home Saturday. Mr. Schultz, father of Mrs. Arthur Wol cott, 46th and Dodge Is still quite III at the home of his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Smith left last evening for the east. They expect to sail June 27 for a visit In Europe. flna Wnlhrvti Mol'l nti a h a n nluns tn leave early next month for Chicago to be the guest of Mrs. Comstock. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hynes and Master William Hynes are spending a few days at Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Thomas went to Fromberg, Mont., to be present at the wed ding of their son Frank and Miss Laura E. Friday and June 10th and 11th will be our JEWELRY OPENING To celebrate our anniversary of 12 YEARS IN THIS LO CATION, and the completion of our extensive inside store alterations and unique new front different from anyone's else. We have taken special pride in' improving our facili . ties for better service to our fast growing business, and we hope to have all details completed "spic and span", and our entirely new and wonderful stock arranged for your in sjiection by June 10th, and our display will be designed to interest, entertain and educate, with no attempt to outdo or complete with the splendid exhibition treat recently given you by our worthy fellow jewelers. Our invitation is cordial and general to everyone. T. L. Combs 1520 DOUGLAS STREET The Graduate Would foel satisfied should the gift come from our store. A piece of silver for the dresser, a fountain pen or a piece of Jewelry would be acceptable. SPEND A FEW MINUTES IN OUR STORE. S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler 1510 Dougla Street. () Mid-Summer Millinery Sale All our pattern hat must be sold. Special prlcca all this week. Leghorns at half the regular prices. Don't fall to get your mid-summer hat at thla sale. F.'JL Schadell & Co., l522DouKlas St. ? m v t r Dealers' Ass'n convention at Richmond, Va. you buy it Tomorrows Iff Piano Dept. The - "f "V"1" HWTnlll'HWHIl Swan of Fromberg, which waa celebrated June 1. Mrs. W. T. Wilder has gone to Ht. Taul for short visit. From there she expects to go ast to rpend the eummei. Mrs. Arpold of Three Rivers, Mich., will be the guest of Mrc. Nelson II. Loomls during the early part of this month. Mr. and Mrs. Slgmund Arnstein and Mrs. Sonnenberg have gone to New York, where they will sail shortly for a trip abroad. Miss Alice Switxler has gone to Califor nia, where she will be the guest of Miss Ottola Nesmlth. who formerly lived at Fort Omaha. Mis. George Pall of Fort Crook has none east for a short visit. S"h will join Cap tain Ball In Seattle In the mcnth to ac tomp&ny Mm to Alaska. Lieutenant James H. Ware will sail this month from San Francisco for lils new station In the Philippine Islands on the United States transport Logan. Mrs. Frank Edmund Henry and small eons have arrived from Plainvlew, la., to be guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron. She will also visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Trimble of Dundee. Mr." and Mrs. If. S. Mlsner of Knoxvllle, Tenn., have arrived to visit their daughter, Mrs. JRnfus E. Harris, and Mr. Harris. Mi's. Phelan Shirley and children of Al bion, Neb., are the guests of Mrs. Shir ley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gunther, for a few weeks. Miss Leola Brandcls and Master Ervlue Brandels have arrived from New York to Join their father. Mr. Arthur Brandels. Mrs. Brandels and 'daughter. Miss Kuth, will arrive Wednesday and the family will take up their residence at "Arlena I,ols." Miss Fay Warren of Jerseyvllle. in., Is the guest of her grandparents. Judge and Mrs. George C. Cockrolt. Her brother, Mr. Henry A. Warren, will arrive from Chicago Sunday. Judge Cockrell will celebrate Jits sixty-seventh birthday Wednesday and will hold a family reunion. Mr. and Mr.". Frank Crawford were guests recently at the London home of Mr. J. McClure Hamilton of tho Hoyal ucad-e-ny, one of ti e greatest of American painters. Among the guests was Mr. Jo seph Penwell, the I ntcd etcher and biog rapher of Whistler. Urildlnsi and I.uaemen ts. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kent announce the engagement of their daughter, Mar guerite Inez, to Stuart Cornelius Wlgg. The wedding will take place the latter part ol Jun. The marriage of Mr. Arthur Clark Bryant, who until two years ago was a resident of Omaha, and Miss Gertrude Black of 'Scuttle, Wash., will be celebrated June IS. The following announcement was made In the New York Herald of the' wedding of Mr. S. Hinman Bird of New York, who was best man at the wedding cf his brother, Mr. K. Dlmon Bird and Mrs. Bird, who was Miss Carita Curtis of this city. The wedding of Miss Jessie Elllngwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elllng wood, to Mr. G. F. Fuller of Council Bluffs will be quietly celebrated Saturday evening at b o'clock. Rev. T. J. Collar, of the Church of the Good Shepherd, will officiate. Miss Bertha Elllngwood and Mr. Lee Johnson of Council Bluffs will be the attendants. The marriage of Miss Gertrude Dake to Mr. Will Haynes will take place Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Dake. Rev. F. L Loveland will officiate. The wedding attendants will be Miss Marie Dake, Mr. Herbert Ryan, Misses Mildred n.iinine. Lottie Harrle. Corinne Jones. Miss Hayes wll play the wedding march, Mbushel Juney,..w t i.i.iinni to the wedding of Miss Daphne Crane and Mr. Alfred Edward Drake of New York City have been re ceived by Omaha friends. Miss Crane Is ih. .urartlve dauahter of Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Frank -Crane, formerly of Omaha Saturday Co., Jewelrra c) Per Month Secures One of Those "Richmond Exhibit" PifiLivos ) , The instruments that 7 tl ! .1 oiue rwDons at zne Bennett She, with her parents, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Austin this winter and waa extensively entertained while In the city. Although Dr. Crane and Ms family reside In Chicago, the ceremony will be at West End Collegiate church. New York City. The marriage of Mrs. Ruth Weller Flelshel and Charles Tl. Walker will take place Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weller, 2112 Wirt street. Rev. Frank L. Loveland will officiate. Only relatives and a frw Intimate friends will be present and the pnry attendants will the bride's little nieces and neph ews. Ralph Crandall. Jr.. and Alice Mae Weller will stretch the rthhons and Elvira Crandall will act as flower girl, while Mrs. Flelshel's little son, Percy Fleishel, will carry the ring. The wedding of Miss Louise Peck, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Peck, and Denlse Barkalow will take place next Wed nesday at Trinity Cathedral, Bishop A. 1a Williams and Dean Beecher performing the ceremony. The attendants will be Miss Elsie Funkhouser of Lincoln, maid of honor and the bridesmaid will be Miss Bess Baum, Miss Elizabeth Congdon, Miss Carolyn Barkalow and Miss Mary Gies relter of Little Rock, Ark. L. C. Phelps, Jr., of Denver will be best man, and the ushers will b Ben Wood, George Van Brunt of Council Bluffs, Charles Chapln of Jerome, Idaho, and Frank Wllhelm. The wedding of Miss Hazel Clarkson and Mr. Woodbury Glndole of Poughkeepsle, N. Y.. was celebrated Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock In m. Andrew's Episcopal church, Rev. r. D. Tyner officiating. This pretty (Continued on, Tagi Three) NOTED PAINTINGS GO FOR LITTLE MONEY Seven of Prussian Court Paint er's Finest Efforts Now on Exhibit at the A. Hospe Co. Similar Pieces in Boudoir of Empress of Russia. Pos sessed by Hospe in a Peculiar Manner. By a aueer throw of the dice of fate seven European paintings of great value are offered for comparatively trifling sums' by an Omaha art store; The Hospe Co., of 1513 Douglas street. Strlckenbach, of Qermany, the wlelder of the brush that produced these exquis ite works of art, Is court painter to Princess Henry of Prussia, and has also many of his piece In the royal castle of the Czar of Russia. Strlckenbach' studle of tlll life are known, not only th length and breaatn of Germany, but Internationally a well, and yet he found time to execute seven favored pieces for an old boyhood friend Dr. Krouse of Millard. Nebraska. Dr. Krouse. upon receiving the paint ings last year, found himself poorly lt uated to exhibit treasure of this sort, and saw fit to sell the entire lot of seven to the A. Hospe Co., where ona may see them now eome framed other just as they left the famed German artist' easel. Strlckenbach today never paints a pic ture for less than 1500, yet here are seven of his most Deautirui conceptions thousands of mile from hi studios at price ridiculous when one consider the grade of paintings. Five of th subjects will be offered at 160 each one at 150 another at $70. If you've appreciation a knowledge of the REAL spirit of art then don't fall to see these seven paintings by the artist who paints for royalty. The paintings may be viewed, for a limited time. In tin third floor art (salon of the A. Hospe 'Co., 1513 Douglas s'treet. i For June Weddings An Attractive Display of Sterling Silver . . . Mayonnaise Dishes ..$5.00 to flB.OO Marmalade and Jelly Jars 94 to 910 Lemon Dish and Fork 96.00 to 98.00 English Relish -Tray 9''-00 to 918.00 Whipped Cream Dimes 96.00 to 916.00 Cheere Plate and Knife 97.00 to fia.00 Bon Bon Dishes 94.00 to 916.00 Pepper and Halt, pair 94.00 to 930.00 Sandwich Plates 913.00 to 960.00 Breakfast Roll Dishes 919-00 to 940.00 Salad and Berry Bowls ....919 to MM Bread and Cake Tray . .919 to 940, Gravy Hpat and Tray . .916 to 936 Vegetable Dlshe . 940.00 to 976.00 Water Pitcher . .936.00 to 9100.00 Flower Vase P6.00 to 976.00 Candlesticks, pair . .910.00 to 960.00 Hugar and Cream . . .916.00 to 960.00 Meat Plstters 936.00 to 9100.00 Black Coffee Sets.. 940.00 to 9136.00 Tea and Dinner Sets ..9100 to 9600 Every article In perfect taste and style. Gift delivered promptly In city or out of town. C. 0. Brown Co. Jewelers and Silversmiths . N. W. Cor. 16th and Farnam SEE were, huilt tn canture . A T t TT recent isauonai riano Co. 16th and Harney SupcriorllairGoods at Special Low Prices for AIINoxtWook AIL ORDERS Out of town resident may buy these good at the price quoted If ordered at once. Ad. dress Dept, D, and send sample of hair when ordering by mall. Great Bargains in SO IsTCTK Natural Wavy Human Hair Switch. This Is our regular $3.00 an Hair ar $3 00 M.50 uwiicn. j nis week we offer you your choice st 84 UTCX Natural Wavy Human Hair Switch, of excellent quslity; can not be duplicated In any first cIhms hslr store for Ions than $5. tk jA which is our regular price, Zjl this week only aseww We carry a large and com plete stock of natural convent cut hair to meet the require ment of all shades, qualities and prlcea. Send for catalogue. IVI. MONHEIT 'S;?'- BBS GUT rvrr QIPT8 JUNE Silver Services , Sandwich Plates Flat Ware all the desirable patterns RYAN JEWELRY GO. $5 to $10 5elf-Reducing BATI5TE ii .in mm a ni u i Tflf ff MJ J in r.LU wa'. hi i , wi iti.i , . x-jiiu TSJEMO BATISTE, made especially for us, ia as strong I as the usual coutil, but much thinner and lighter; a good conductor of heat, carries off the perspiration, prevents that' soggy feeling, keeps you cool and comfortable. Nemo Baflslc Corsets for Every Figure 1 rot TALL STOUT FIGURES: Nemo. Self-Reducing Corset, No. 320, t $3.00; and No. 405, with Nemo Relief Band, at $4.00. FOR SHORT STOUT FIGURES: Nemo Self-Reducing Corset, No. 318, at $3.00 and No. 403, with Nemo Relief Bands, at $4.00. rOR SLENDER AND' MEDIUM FIGURES: Nemo Military Belt Corset, No. 305, at $3.00j Nemo Back-Resting Corset, No. 352, at $3.50. Three Beautiln! Models In a New Fabric Our new "corduroy featiste" ia an ideal fabric for summer coraeta "light aa air, atrong aa stael." Made in three modela only Swan-Shap, No. 357, at $3.50; X-Uspender, No. 603, at $5.00$ and Self-Reducing, No. 825, at $5.00. All th above are finished with art guaranteed to outwear any corset. la GmJ Store Everywhere (21) KOPS BROS., Mfra NEW YORK V, 'I llBi'l.i i li!frTT"l Human Hair Switches RZOULAB $5.00 Cluster Puffs, of first quality hair; curled In h"M Its curl; everlasting; a a mm magnificent bargain this 7 j week, for only TSLTST ribbon Iluudeau or Barrette adjustable to any slse, and adapt ed to the lnte-it style hair dress, as shown In Illustrations above. They are all new and sell at r $1.00 This week they QJ)Q For stylish hair dressing, hair goods, facial and scalp treatment. manicuring and chiropody com here. 'Phone Douglas 2333 for ap pointment. Expert uttendants giv ing to all beauty mstter scientific, correct and satisfactory service. GlMSS FOR THE BRIDE SI u I lit ISth and Douglas ft it OTABLP Ratistf 5W5HAPE1 CORDUROY BAT15TE i Laahkops tiose supporters, wnieh