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TILE OMATTA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 2, 1911.
'V WW. . If UVS V Doing in the World HE club women of Omaha arc taking a respite from "club bin" this month and ara turn their thought to picnicking. Tha members of tba various polltlcnl, temperance and patri T otic organizations have eased up on their Indoor business and educational meeting and art hieing to tha parka for coolness and pleasure. The American Woman' lesgu will celebrate the Fourth with a plcnlo Tues day evening at the Rod and Gun club. Where they will be the guests of the treasurer, Mrs. Carrie D. Heott. The Wo man's Suffrage society Is also planning a picnic for some time this Snonth. The Francis Willard Christian Temperance union will have a plcnlo at one of the n.-yks July 12, and the 8011th Omaha union will plcaic at Elm wood July U. Elmwood park has been chosen for an other picnic that on July 13, when the Daughters of the Confederacy will gather for sandwiches and a good time. At the meeting of the American Woman's league, held Friday night at the home f the treasurer, Mra. Carrie D. Scott, committees were appointed to take charge of next season's work. The league will have a booth at the Land show In October and the committee in charge will be Mra, Clara B. Burbank, chairman. Mrs. J. W. Russell. Mrs. Scott, and Mrs. C. W. Hayes. The committee directing the classes In music, art, the language and domestlo science comprises Mrs. J. M. Taliaferro, chairman; Mrs. Rose Gay, Mis Alice Harper andv Mrs. Helen Liggett. Ia charge of the food ale, to be held each Saturday next fall, will be Mrs. Nathan Roberts, chairman; Mrs. Fred Barkhalmer, Mrs. Ella Camp bell and Mrs. J, J. Breuchart, Mrs. Rob ert Allen will supervise the Junior league work and program. Miss Bell Houston and Mr. John A. Albert will work with her on . the league classes, while Mix Josephine Craig, Mis Helen White and Miss Jessie Odell will assist her with the programs. On the senior league com mittee are Mrs. J. W. Sturdevant, chair man; 'Mis Jeannett White and Mra. Ida Bwum. Mia Margaret Howard and Miss Naomi King of South Omaha wrre elected new members, and Mrs. Roberta waa chosfn to work with Mrs. W. B. Howard, president, and Mr. Scott on tha executive committee. The league will not hold another regular meeting until next month. League women throughout Nebraska are awaiting the result of the election recently held for state regent. Votes have been sent to the national headquarter at Bt. Louie and the result will probably be known this week. Mrs. Clara S3. Burbank is the candidate boosted by the Omaha chapter are Mrs. 8. D. Daly of one of the Lincoln chapter; Mr. Annette Nesblt of Pawnee City, and Mis Minnie Pag of Table Rock. - The five federated Woman's Christian Temperance union of Omaha, and South Omaha will bold a big meeting Wednes day afternoon at IM in the assembly room of tha Young Women's Christian assocl tlon. Tba Omaha Woman' Christian Temperance union will have charge of the program. Mlaa Blefkln will give vocal solo. Mrs, W. T. Graham will report on tha ' recent, public school essay contest, bold under' tha eusptoea of the Woman's Christian Temperance union. Mrs. W. A, Challia . will give readings and the Rev. Edward A. Hlalop, district superintendent of tha ; Methodist Episcopal church, . will give the address of the afternoon. The Benson Woman's Christian Temper ance union ' will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. N. O. Colson. The regular meeting of the West Bide W Wl hi Woman's . Christian Temperance tmlon. was to have been held Wednesday, will be rostnoned until the afternoon of July at the home of Mrs. John Blake. At that time officer will be elected to take the place of Mrs. Warren Rider, vice president, who has gone to Cheyenne to reside, and of Mr. John P. Cunningham, secretary, who has left Omaha to live on a ranch near Broken Bow. Jketlvlllea at the social settlement have come to an end for tha summer on account cf the Illness of MUs Clara E. Bchaefer, bead resident, who Is at the Clarkeon Me morial hospital.; But although dubs and classes have stopped the settlement bouse on South Thirteenth street 1 the meeting place for picnic parties and other good times for the young people of the neigh borhood. ' The oaste for the settlement p!ay, "Ober- n's Triumph," to be given Friday evening, r July T, on the lawn of Happy Hollow club. Is as follows: Sir Huon of Bordeaux (duke of Ouenne) James Domst Caliph Harun al Raschld James Baits Paboikan (a Saracen Prince).. Frank Vasoo Shvresmln (suuire to Sir Huon) Jam Nlckerson Ober on (king of the fairies). ...El as Camel puck Sara Swarta TiUn a (queen of the fairies) Mary Ostiomlo I-smpyrls (a fairy) Mary L rkovic Relsa daughter of the slip) Miss Joy Hlgg ns saw 1 r Fairies: Elsie Kramer."' Rose Vab r 1, J Amelia Vahnrt: Vm RtrMti Dora Bwarta Zichla Csmel, Gladys Hoffman. Helun Ste nlcka. May Stenlcka, Mary Ellas, Bertha GrapeDgtsr, Helen West, Vamyta Kjrrf, Elsie Kurff. Ruth BhsDly. Guards: Wllllm Kaspar, Cherl Kas per, Charles Stenlcka, Charles Barta. The committee In charge of the awarding of the University of Nebraska scholarship offered by the state Federation of Wom en's Clubs to the daughter of a Nebraska club woman, will meet Monday in the office of Right Rev. A. L. Williams, bishop of Nebraska, to decide from the credentials received upon the fortunate reeeplent Mrs. F. H. Cole, chairman of the com mittee, will entertain the women of the committee at her home during their stay here. They are Mra. T. J. Olst of Falls City, state federation president; Mrs. A. L. Apperson of Tecumseh. ex-president; Miss Nellie Richardson of Lincoln. The ad visory committee on the scholarship con sists of Chancellor Avery of tha unlverst7 ; J. W. Crabtree, state superintendent of In struction; W. M. Davidson, President State Teachers' association; Dr. D. E. Jenkins, president University of Omaha; Right Rev. Oeorge A. Beeeher. bishop of Kearney. SOCIETY PLANS FOR FOURTH (Continued from Page Two.) from New Tots, where she ha been study ing mueie sine January Mr. and Mra. K. B. Ransdall will leave Wednesday for California to be gone until the middle of September. Major and Mrs. W. T. Wilder hare been granted a two months leave and will spend the time at Atlantis City. Mr. aad Mrs. Meredith Nicholson of In dianapolis are at Mackinac Island this sum mer at their eottage "Red House." Prof, and Mrs. E. U. Graft and children Former Omaha 4 tea .r-rJ.V- W ) 2USS 2ZAZEL FORD of Chicago, Jarmerfy ofOmaJhsL Miss Hazel Ford of Chicago, who is to be married In the fall to Mr. Joseph Btev en Wilson also of Chicago, Is well known In Omaha, having formerly lived her and having visited here many times of late. Miss Ford la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ford, who left Omaha eight go the beginning of the week to Lake Oko bojl to be there the Fourth of July. Mrs. B. F. Crummer and Mrs. Frances R. Oannett will leave Tuesday for n month's stay at Wequetonalng, Mich. Mrs, Charles Carpenter and daughter, Miss Ines Carpenter, of Milwaukee, are the guests of Mr. and Mra. E. A. Mill. Mr. and Mr. George H. Thummel and family left Tuesday for their summer place at Richard's Landing, Ontario, Canada. Mrs. E. Wakeley and Mlsa Wakeley are planning a trip through the Yellowstone, starting tb latter part of next week. . Mr. Edmund Besslre arrived from Chi cago to attend the danee ef Mr. Robert Flnley at Happy Hollow Saturday even ing. : t i, ' " Rev. T, jr. MaPkay and family will leave Monday for a six-week stay at their Sum mer cottage, "Tb Cove," in Sturgeon Bay, Mich. Colonel and Mrs. Thomas 8wobe left Tuesday for Berkeley, Cal., to visit their on and bis wife, Mr. and Mra. Dwight Swobe. V Mrs. John Gulney and son, John, of Wllksbarre, Penn.. are visiting Mrs. John W. Reynold of SUI Ayirt street and other friends. Miss Louise Denson Wylle will leave Sun day for White Bear Lake, Minn., to be the guest for the summer of Madam Hesse Sprotto. Frank Selby, ion of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Selby, returned Tuesday from Cornell col lege, where be baa just completed his third year work. Miss Beulab Besslre has been the guest for the week-end of Mis Helen Hart of Dundee. She will leave today to make her borne In Chicago. Mr. and Mra George Rasmus sen. Miss Helga Raamussen and Mr. August Raa mussen leave Monday for Lake Okobojl for a two week's stay. Mra Henry C. Van Giesoa baa gone to Inrington-on-the-Hudson, where she will be the guest of her brother, Mr. Tan Bra burgh, at his country home. Rev. and Mra John R. Vance and two daughters of Clayton, I1L, spent few day with Mr. C. B. Wilson and family, tb daughters remaining for month. Mlas Julia Newcomb left on Thursday, stopping at Harrison, Neb., and Lusk, Wyo., where she will give readings. She will then spend the summer with relatives. Miss Gertrude Kopald and Mr. Louis J. Kopald left last Wednesday for Chicago, where they will vlalt friend. From there they wtU go to Macklnao and Odin, Mich. Bishop and Mrs. A, L. William and niece. Miss Eleanor Williams, will leave Monday for Richards Landing, Ontario, Canada, to spend the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johannes left yester day for Ashmere, Me., where they will spend the month of July with Major and Mrs. H. M. Lord, who have a eottage there. Mlas Elisabeth B. Lee and Mis Mtna Peltlean leave today for Denver, where they join a party of friends for a trip to the Rocky mountains and Yellowstone park. Miss Alloa Cary McGrew leaves today for Fort Btetl. Wyo , to vis t ber bro bar for a month and will stop in Denver on her way back to visit Mlas Jean Barkalow of that city. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Mcintosh and chll- Timely Health Dont's Don't think that every attack of nausea and "breaking out" of the skin ia due to an overloaded stomach. Consult your physician at onoe. Don't seek Immunity from the observations of tb rules of the health de partment. They are made for your protection. Don't permit any association, such as eating, playing or sleeping together of those recently recovered from a contagious or Infectious fllrtm with other children who have been kept apart from the sick child. Don't fall to take plenty of baths during these hot days. Cleanliness " bt preventive of disease. Water to cheap and so to Don't ttey In the bouse any more the fresh air possible. Don't move Into a bouse until the premise have been thoroughly renovated. You can't tell what sort ot deadly germs may lurk In the corners and on tha floor. Don't forget that the tuberculosis germ to on the lob all tha time. It is just as active In the summer as In the winter. Don't permit decaying material of any kind to accumulate on the premises. Notify the health department and It will be removed. Don't, permit flies near the sick. Kill every fly that enters the sick room and every other room for that matter Girl to Marry years ago to take up their residence In Chicago. Mr. Ford wa formerly cashier of the Union National bank bare. Miss Ford was an out-of-town maid at the Ak-8ar-Ben ball last fall and waa at that time a guest of Miss Miriam Patter son. dren of New York sailed last week for Bllboa, Spain, for the summer. Mr. Mcin tosh Is recovering from an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Jennings, slater and guest of Mrs. A. ti. Beeson, left Tuesday for her home In Berkeley, Cal. Mrs. Beeson expeots her mother, Mrs. Miller of Lafayette, Ind., to visit her soon. Judge W. H. Munger is In the city, hav Ing returned Saturday from St, Paul. The judge will Be here most of the time until August Mrs. Munger Is In New York state for the summer. Mr. Frank Crawford Is planning a three months' trip through western Canada, along the line of the. Grand Trunk Pacific and finally down Into Oregon, where be will be jotned by Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. J. J. Monell la at the Grand hotel in Co u noil Bluffs and expects to make that eltyvher borne, having disposed of her Omaha property. Mrs.' Monell will go east about July 10 for the summer. Mrs. Gerrlt Fort and two children left Friday to spend the remainder of tba sum mer at Sparhawk Hall, Ogonqult, Me., where Mrs. Frank Johnson and children are also spending the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yatea and Mrs. Reba Morgan returned Monday from St. Joseph. where they went to attend the wedding ot Mrs. Yatea' nephew, Mr. Hal Lemon, to Mis Mabel Bartlett of that city. Mr. Ralph Breckeniidg and daughter, Mis Myra, who has just graduated at smith, are expected home today. Mr. Breckenridge, who also attended the Smith commencement, returned last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall and Mr. and Mra Glen Wharton are planning to leave the latter part pf next week In the former's motor for Portsmouth, N. 1L, to to be gone on a several weeks' tour. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beard, Mlas Mabel E. Whltehouse, Mr. H. B. Whltebouse and Harry Whltehouse. Jr., left Thursday for a trip through the great lakes to Port Arthur, Canada, and 11 Royal, Lake Su perior. Mrs. Warren Rogers and daughter. Miss Mildred Rogers, will go to Rangeley lakes la Maine about. July 10, for the rest of the summer. Mrs. Joel Stewart will oc cupy Mrs. Rogers' apartment at the Pot ter during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. F. & Cowglll left Friday for the east. Mr. Cowglll will spend a short time cruising on the Atlantio coast with L. F. Crofoot and Mrs. Cowglll and son Winston will spend the greater part of the summer at Macklnao. Mrs. Tyler Belt aad family and Mrs. George B. McFarland left the latter part of last week for Prior lake, where they have a eottage until September. Mrs. D. M. Vlnsonhaler and children also expect to go to Prior lake today. Bishop Arthur L, Williams was among the bishops present at the enthronement of the Rlgh Rev. Sidney C. Partridge as bishop of tb Protestant diooeeo of Kan sas a ty to succeed the late Bishop Rat wUl. which took place this week at Kan sas City with an Impressive ceremony at Grace church. Mrs. Offutt, accompanied by Mlas Hlb bard. and Mrs. Love aad her son, James, left Thursday for Chicago, and will spend the month of July at Saugatuck, on the east shore of Lake Michigan. They will be joined there July 10 by Jarvla Offut and than you have to. Get out and get all V Philip diss, who art now at Lake Cath erine, Antlorh, 111. Mr. Louis Sweet, who graduated last week frwn Wllllame, returned home Friday after a visit with friends in Hartford. His sister. Miss Elisabeth Sweet, a graduate In this year's class at Smith, Is enjoying a house party at Marblehead. klasa, and next week will be a guest at another house party In Syracuse, N. T., before coming home. At the Boat Club The Council Bluffs Rowing association will spend the day the Fourth celebrating. SAMSON LOOKS TO HIS PARADE Ak-Sar-Ben Pageant This Tear Will Surpass All Efforts. HE APPEALS TO HIS SUBJECTS Maaaereneent ts Now erlonsly Con sidering the Advisability ef Pab-Itshlaa- List ot Contribu tor to lftll Events. Special efforts are being made by Bank- son to make the parade this fall the big gest and best In all tha history of the numerous dynasties of the kings of Ak- Sar-Ben. A letter ha lust been Issued with a plea extraordinary for the busi ness bouses of the city to make their con tributions ss liberal as possible. Although many have rallied to hi aid In the past with contribution that hav been moat generous, there have been soms business houses which have sub scribed for amounts less than those sub scribed by Individuals of limited means, returning only a nominal sum. A few have not bad their names on the roll at all. The management Is now seriously con sidering a plan to publish the subscription list, should It appear likely that the same state of affairs is going to prevail this year. All who have seen the show at the den this season, and the number Is a large one, as the great building la packed to capaolty every Monday night, are en thusiastic) In their praise. Two of the songs of the Gymkhana have been put Into aheet muslo form, and went on sale last Monday night at the Den for the first time. They sold with the proverbial rapidity of hot-cakes. J Worth Admission Prlee. There Is one member of the Gymkhana cast who alone la worth the ten-dollar membership fee of Ak-Sar-Ben. Captain Henry W. Dunn of the police department enacts the role of the cannibal chief In a manner that would win him distinction In any school of acting of whatever age or clime. A distinguished visitor dropped In on Samson the earlier part of last week to get soma pointers on the way In which a real, first-class king should be crowned. It was Charles M. Cotterman, an old Ne braska boy, now director of posts In the Philippine Islands, a position correspond ing to that occupied by Postmaster General Hitchcock here. Cotterman, formerly of Albion, Neb., is director general of the 1911 Philippine car nival, which is to be held In Manila next winter. The carnival there emphasises the athletio side, sporting events of all kinds being held, including a polo game between the officers of the American army and the British officers that oome over from Hong Kong. Major Belle Reynolds to Visit in Omaha Oalj Wqman Holding Military Com mission Will Be Entertained at . Shelly Home. Major Belle Reynolds of Santa Barbara, the only woman holding a commission In the United States army, will be In Omaha some time next week as the guest of Cap tain and Mrs. T. C. Shelly of Palracres. Major Reynolds wa commissioned by Gov ernor Dick Yates, war governor of Illinois. for ber heroic service at the battle of Bhiloh. She la now on ber way home from the fiftieth anniversary of her regiment, the Seventeenth Illinois. Tba regiment was organised at Peoria June 14. 1861, and the reunion was June 18 to IS at JoUet Cap tain Shelley, who will entertain the major here, also waa a member of this same regi ment for three years. "Major Belle" waa idolised by the men of her regiment, and the faot that she came east to meet with them brought out the greatest number that has visited a re union in years. The meetings and greet ings were most snthuatastlo. Major Rey nolds Is a practicing physloiaa at her bom in Santa Barbara. Beautiful Cluster Puffs, made ot IS full si 1 natural wavy puffs all colors but gray. AH the puffs can be recombed. Worth 15, on " $1.50 Plain Hairdressing ; Shampooing Ertt bhamyootng Special appointment by phone for " l In the afternoon boat, canoe and launch raeea will take place and In the evening there will he table d bote dinner, followed by dancing. At Rod and Gun Club Mis Ethel Pierney entertained at dinner at her cottage "Bungalow Roost." Thurs day evening. Places were laid for Mtsse Helen Anderson. Anna Bliss, Irene Read, Viola Morlarty, Ethel Pierney, Messrs Em met Gentleman, Oscar Hanson, Joel McLaf ferty. Louis Mlerendorft, Philip Danlala. FOURTH AT PRAIRIE PARK Mixed Program to Be Enjoyed by All the Neighbors. ALL AGES UNITE Ef THE FUN ports for the Tessisten and. Fire works for All Bis; Parade ts Also One ef the Feataree f Celebration. ' At a meeting of the Prairie Park club held Friday evening preparations were completed for the Fourth ot July celebra tion to be held at North Twenty-sixth street and Meredith avenue on the after noon and evening of the Fourth. It was decided that, in case of rain, the program will be carried out on the evening of July t, at the same place. Numerous handsome prises have been provided for the winner of the various events, especially for the tennis and cro quet contests, including jewel casea, silver photograph frames, thermos bottles and theater tickets. The boys' and girl races also carry prise for the winners, and the best pis eater will carry away a sack of flower to make more pies. A feature ot the evening, following the Callthumplan parade of the Prairie Park residents, will be an address on "Practical Work for City BeauUflcatlon," by Colcnel T. W. McCullough. The city officials, park commissioners and members of the Real Estate exchange who attend are requested to gather at the borne of John J. Ryder, 3621 Meredllth avenue, at T o'clock Tuesday evening to review the parade, and will then be provided with good places from which to view the display of fireworks. Program for the Day. Following Is th program In detail: 11 a. m.: Tennis championship singles.' I p. m. : Tennis championship double, t p. m.: Young ladles' croquet champion ship. 4 p. ra.: Back' race, potato . rolling race, 10o-yard race for men. fifty-yard race for women, fifty-yard raoe for boys under 10, fifty-yard race for girls under 10, three legged race, fifty -yard raoe for fat men, wheelbarrow race. t p. m. : pie eating contest. t-.aa p. m., tug-ot-war, married men against single men. 1 8 p. m.t Aviation meet. 7 p. m.: Callthumplan harem and hobble skirt parade. Major Hellen with bis Prairie fKTK comio nana, view by John J, Ryder and staff. 7: JO p. m.: Address by Colonel T. W. Mo- cuiiougn. S p. m. : Muslo and songs by "The Cruras" and quartet. p. ra.: Display of fireworks from Twenty-sixth and Meredith avenue tennis court. Peasant tries. The peasant features are still with us, but a new departure Is the laced girdle, em broidered In worsted the "dernier or!" that comes to our shores with suoh high endorsement as DrecolL On dainty gown made of white linen scrim was closely braided in white cotton rat-tall around tM lower edge of the skirt, and also of the tunlo, being edged on both parts with cot ton ball fringe. The sleeves were made to correspond, but were homed with daffodil velvet, which also edged the top of the girdle, the middle portion being embroid ered In quaint worsted work flowers in bright yellow, dull blue and faded rose, with pea green leaves. Save Your Clothes From the Undertaker We arc- the clothes doctors who will treat your apparel bo you will not need the services ot aa undertaker. We have all the modern means at our command for repairing, dyeing and pressing clothes. We'll add weeks ot lite to suits that look as though they were read for the graveyard. Belect the right clothes doctor and you will save money. JSSffiBSSfaBsffiHSEHHnnHEaESBSSHBEHEKSnBSSn BR AW DEIS STORES THE SEASON'S SENSATION HAIR GOODS AT LESS THAN REGULAR COST TO MAKE Second Floor and Pompeian Room One special lot of 18-inch Switches, made of natural hair, reg ular price $1.00; while they last, sale . A Gi price t-fafwrG 28-inch 3-ounce Natural Wavy Switches, mad'e of fine German hair. This size switch for the season's very latest and most popular form of hairdressing, favorably known as the biscuit hraid Regular price is $10.00. While they last, , gj 4-mcn iong bwitcnes, worth $4.00, sale price $1.08 T8nW. Ro,dtte or Biscuit T MAI I fi lsn Blll hAaI An a 1 Roll, nice and cool for sum mer. We will demonstrate them Saturday. Sale Pr0 50 Hair Bobtng Hair Singeing Manicuring hair dyeing and bleaching. BRANDEIS STORES THANKS to "Old Sol", we are clean- A ing hundreds upon hundreds of Wash Dresses, Linen Suits, White Waists, Etc Pick up the first phone you com to and ask us far a "Sum mer Price List" , . Just phone Tyler X80O, or Anto. A-II15. and get posted. We pe?y express one way on shipment of work amounting to ft or over' Vp-town receiving station at Brandela Stores. Pompelaa Room. DRESHER BROS., 2211-13 Faraam Street MISSIONARY WORKERS COMING Conference and Summer School to Be Held This Month. WILLIAM J. BRYAN TO SPEAK Rev. Alexander Cerlcey. Well Known Platform Orator aad Llteratear, Alset Aanoaneed as One of A conference and summer school for missionaries will be held at the Vnlverslty of Omaha for seven day, beginning July 12, and all the people In Omaha and vicin ity who are Interested In missionary work or allied religious topics are Invited to come. The meetings will be entirely Inter denominational, under the auspices of the Women's Federation of Missions, and the purpose Is the spreading of knowledge on missionary topics among clubs and church people. Children will be taken care of by a corps of story tellers from the Story Tell ers' league, with Miss Jennie Red field In charge, and the Young Men's Christian association and Young Women' Christian association 'will lend their aid. Several musical programs will be given by Omaha musicians, and William J. Bryan will peak on "The Fruits of the Tree," which was bis subject before the conference of missionaries at Edinburgh from all over the world. The night of Mr. Bryan' lec ture there will be a mas meeting In which all th churches of th city will partici pate. Rev. Alexander Corkev. author of "Th Victory of Allan Rutledse" and "The Test ing Fire." books famous in th religious world, will be one of the speakers, July 12, the first night. Dr. Corkev has a reputa tion as a platform orator as well as in literary work, and bas been remarkably successful In ehautauatia work. HILLSIDE PARKJDPENS TODAY SovorsJ Plewlcs Are Planned for the Now Park for National Fire iweker Day, Announcement has been made of the for mal opening today of Hillside Park, which Is located near the end of the Ralston ear lines. The promoters of the park project hav arranged for a number of concessions and full plenlc privileges. Arrangements have been mad for a number ot picnics at the park on Tuesday. July 4. Nobody la To Old to learn that the sure way to cure a cough or eold Is with Dr. King's New Discovery, too and H.00. For sal by Beaton Drug Co. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR -BXMOTZD BY- De Miracle The wonderful preparation acknow ledged the world over aa the only satisfactory and reliable balr remover ever offered th public. Why pay more for irferior preparation T OUR CUT PRICES $1.00 bottles cut to ....... . 79c $2.00 bottles cat to .!. 50c Cream cat to 82c lSo Soap cut to lOct S for ...2So To prevent dealers from purchas ing not more than two packages of each article will be sold to a cus tomer. Note It Is not our policy to adver tise cut prices on articles and then say we are just out of them and try to sell something "just as good" on which there is more profit. Remem ber you get the article advertlaed and nothing else. IgUMiW ft VteOOWKMXJb SV0 COaurAsTY Cor. Ittb aad Xodg Oot loth aad Blarney site., Oor. Beth aad raraam Z.OTAZ. PSAKBtAOT, , 807- Wort Itth Bt Special imported Silk Hair Nets . well known to all our natrons aa the Princess Nets. This Net Is inches long, worth 10c. Kaiur- dy. 18 for i 25d Facial Massage Vibrator Massage Scalp Treatment DEUIIETT CO. SAYS, "THE PLAYER IS HERE TOSTAY" Institute "7th Club" and Supply New 8-8 Not Plajrer Piano for as LitUo m 293.52. CHALLENGE TO ALL AMERICA Days of Hand Hayed llanos Nura bred. The riayer Is the Thing. . $2.00 A WEEK NOT A BTJRDE3 Liberal Allowance for Tied Piano Ia Fairly Good Con dltion. ' USE 1,000 ROLLS OF MTSIO FRKB Even Competitive Dealers Reoogntx The Bennett Co.'s, Suprem acy la the Player Field. Th Bennett Co. 'a Player Piano Dep't, which has oaused suoh stir among Omaha musical ones with Its recent "Clubs," Is now offering a later, much Improved Player Piano Club Which will be drslsnated as "No. 7." Through joining "Club 7." en is enabled to purchase an exquisite toned, perfectly built, new IS rote standard, tracker board Player Piano for as little as which Is even less than the price of many good ordinary "hand-played" instrument And those who have Idle hand-played" pianos about their homes, (there are thousands right hare In Omaha) will be Slsd to know that their old Instruments will be taken In as part trade on a "Club" Player Piano, The Bennett Co. being in a position to make a startling large al lowance because of It large outlet for used pianos among its western branch agencies. . , When first becoming Interested in Player Piano one invariably asks: "How about those muslo rolls T What do they eostT" To this The Bennett Co. answers! "Don't pay anything for your rolls the first year. If you are a CTub member you are privileged to use three new rolls per day, exchanging new ones for ethers dally until you have reached 1900 rolls at the rate oC three a day." Thus you are kept in touch with the musical hit of America and Europe at no cost whatever. Bach purchaser of a "Club" Player Piano, however, is given flO worth ef muslo Free with the Instrument And even if you should wish to purchase all your musle outright the cost is not st all prohibitive, good rolls being en sale for aa little as 0o each. The plan of Th Bennett Ce.'a Player Piano Club No. 7 is given here in a nut shell. Digest its features carefully; don't stay without a player piano another day; don't mlsa tha musical Joys that are coming to you. Th "Club" Player Piano sells at 1110. Pay a membership fee of lit when Joining. (The 114 is immediately credited on th price of th piano.) Then pay dues or payments ot merely II per week. Re celve a cash rebate of Mo for each, week that you pay In advance; thus, if all payments sre mads In advance the cash saving would amount to IJMJ. Deduct 14.41 from 1120, the prioe of the piano, and you have remaining merely l2IS.lt. which is the lowest price quoted in Amer ica on a new, standard slsa, IS note Player Piano. It may be readily proved that The Ben nett Co., through Its famous "Club," is selling 81 note Player Pianos 1 for less money than any other American ooncern. Seventy-five of the leading American newspapers wsr recently scrutinized for lower prices, and not a single Instance could be found where even as LOW a price was quoted on new 81 note Player. This newest "Club 7." is a challenge to all America the prtoe cannot be beaten neither can the grade of the Player Piano offered. A carload of Player Pianos has Just been unloaded and more car loads will be announced In the near future. And Ben nett' Carload are not mythical; they are carloads and arrive when they are claimed to arrive. The Bennett Co. Is going to make Omaha a notable stronghold on Player Pianos and should capture score of new member In a "Club" that permits of one purchasing a "player" for as little as IIIS.61. Those living out of town are accorded every privilege offered to those living in Omaha. Write in now. Bay whether or not yon have a used Instrument to trad In; at least find out what Th Ben nett Co. will allow you for it If you love muslo Join "Club No. 7." Discriminating people who appreciate excluslveness have their . tastes satisfied by Josephine silver. It Is artistic, dur able slid conforms to the exacting de mands of the best tsble appointments. The tone and etyle of JOBepala silver are entirely distinctive, and In no other grade can they be duplicated. Before you buy you are urged to inspect the of ferings at this store, out Suggestive Josephine Lettuce Fork, 3.S0. T(,l5Uf v-s uev v I BIO S-V as f J (STAB4.ISHSS (667 MAIMDO3) kutiHaH) r! e-alr If ' a4 reliable Ss- V W . , Una twMle Bl.ee limn Madame Josephine Le revre. ISO (.feSBLKKl sV. -t.l.. 1 ' Bold by Beston Drug Co.. the Bell Drug pp., and The Bennett Co., Omaha. . The parent that pollutes his children's minds by bringing homo filthy newspapers Is no less than j a criminal. The Bee alms to I print a paper for tie home.