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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1914.
Society By MELLIFIOIA. Wednesday, March 25, 1914. MISS IUMA GROSS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gross, 2963 Popploton avenue, was ono of several hundred militant co-eds at the University of Chicago, who recently wont on a "hunger strlko" because the food, service and general management of the girls' dining rooms at the university woro not maintained to their liking. In protest against the conditions which followed, a change In management, and on account of their complaints being ignored, they re fused to cat and did not renew their patronago of the school cafes until the college authorities Intervened in their behalf. News of the "hunger strike" was suppressed by the university au thorities, but finally leaked out through lotters which the "militant' co eds wrote home. Tho parents and friends of Miss Gross in Omaha have learned of her part in tho uprising from lettors which they have just re ceived, telling the details of tho strike from the viewpoint "2 the students. Miss Gross is a' 1910 Graduate of tho Omaha High school and Is now a Junior at the University of Chicago. According to the complaints of the co-eds, they wore no longer al lowed to have their breakfasts sent up to their rooms when they slept late, and midnight lunches of left-over lco cream and other delicacies from the dinner table were no longer available to girls returning from evening par ties and theaters. Tho food was said to bo unsatisfactory, and sometimes insufficient In quantity, to satisfy the appetites of tho more athletic maid ens. The maid service was not salisfactory. When tho new management ignored the protestis of the fair ones, who thought they nhould bo better treated at 4.G0 per week, they dccldod to revolt, and In a body refused ono morning to go to breakfast. Tho girls say they Were not long In demonstrating' to tho university authorities that they wero entitled to a change In conditions, and now they aro back at tho dining rooma for their threo meals each day, wiilob. they report to bo receiving satisfactorily, along with tho othor things for which they had gone, on strike. Tuesday Bridge Club, Mrs. Waller Roberts was hostess this week ut tho meeting of tho Tuesday Ilrldgo club. The afternoon was spent sewing for the Child Savins Institute. Mrs, O. C. Itcdlek and Mrs. A. V. Jtorers wnro guctits of the club, Several members also attended the musical o at tho home of Mrs. F. A. Nash given by tho Ama teur club. . Bridge Club Meets. The members of ono of tho bridge clubs were cntcrtalnrd at the home of Mrs, Wlllartl Hosfonl Tuesday afternoon. The Kuests were Mrs. Benjamin Cotton, Mrs. T. F. Kennedy and Mrs. ISva Wallace. 'The members present were Mesdames Qlen Wharton, Samuel Burns, C. V. Smith and Edwaad Swobc. Thimble Club Meets. Mrs. F. It. McConnell and daughter, Miss Orctchen McConnell, were the host esses today for tho meeting of the Thim ble club. The afternoon was spent In sewing and Miss Bess Dutnont entertained the guests by rotating a story. The mem bers of the club Include: Mesdames Mesdames J. T. Ualley, George Barker, A. fV llllrlinnftti. A. W f"mnt A. W.1 Carpenter, It. F. Harris, Arthur Lockwood, a, E. Carpenter, J. O. Phtllippl. J. A. Bunderland, Arthur D, Hmlth, Frank N. Wllklns, Ilov Sunderland, A. L. Patrick, A. If. Benton. W. a. Templeton, Misses- Bess Dumont, I. W. Carpenter. J. H . Dumont. J. F Carpenter. V, It. McConnell, J. W. Nicholson, II. a. Straight, It, K. Sunderland, J. C. VanBurcn, F. 15. White, Kwlng Brown. L. D, Carrier, Jloyal D, Miller. Misses Allen Buchanan. Oretchen McConnell, Bertha Whit. lea at Loyal. Mrs. J. E. l ulvor entertained at tea Tuesday afternoon at tho new tea room at the Hotel Loyal for Mrs. Ila Mulcahy of Colfax, guest of Mrs. R. B, Zaehary, who leaves today. Eight guests wcro present. Tea Dansaut. A tea dansant will be given Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Turpln'a academy. Miss Portia Swett will glvo exhibitions of the Maxlxe, the Argen tine tango and tho Pavlowa Gavotte and licr partners will be Itobert Connoll, Taylor Belcher, Tloss Hyde and George Phelps. Following the exhibition dancing ell of the guests attending may dance. SUPERFLUOUSHAIR Ut Mi Privs That I Can KM Yin f it Qtiitkly, Easily, WiHwtt Pain ir Injury. Xros Coupon Below Brings You Ky Ktlp to JotIuI itUfutton th cbtni la rar (mIIds whtn I tounii tn cair mtlhod to !cure dlatmtlnsly t4 fronlh ct Hupir fluout lltlr, alter aiMnr failures mnd rft C "t 'IHIH' P sited dluppalnt- "lit HW, lultlr I Mi anil with out obligation) to aay othfr lutlerer, full tut tompltlt dtserlptlon or now i euro tta I balr o that It hat 1 nr rtturnad. It you hava a hair arowth Too Uh to dtatrajr. ault wastlna lour tnoner oa worthies powder, pattcs and liquid., or tha dntrou electric rdla. Ifaru trom tiw tho aaf and patnltat method I touad. Simply ni your Dime and addroit Utstlng whtlhtr Mrn. or MImi and a t ctnt atarap lor raply. d draaaid to Sin. Kalbrya Jrnkloi. Otllc IU U. I'. Ke Ui rurthit ft . Pixton. Mui. OMAHA GIRL ON HUNGER-STRIKE AT CHICAGO UNIVERSITY. MISS IUMA GROSS. Sooiability Club. Tho Sociability club met with Mrs. C, C. Coulllson Tuesday afternoon. High live was played and-prises we.ro won by Mrs. Itoy Setter." Mrs. L. J. Plattl anil Mrs, W. Johnston. 1 Mrs. T. C. .Mynster was tho guest of) tho; club, Tho date of the next meeting was, ndt decided upon Suffrage Luhcrteon The luncheon to' ba. tendered Mrs. Maud Howo Elliott of 'Boston by the- Omaha suffragists April'. will be held at the Itomo hotel Instead' of the Honshaw, as previously announced, Vacation Notes. Miss Dorothy Brawn, who Is attondlng school at Callova Hal, Folkstone Kent, Kngland, will' spend hcr'Eaater vacation In London, chaperoned by a governess from the school, Mr. Herbert Davis atid 'Mr, John J. Hanlghen, who attend '-Cornell college, wtl spend their spring vacation In Boston and New York City. Pleasures Fast, Mrs. C. B. Coon entertained at an auc tion brldgo luncheon Tuesday at her home. Covers were laid for eight guests. For the Future v Mrs. Harry Lawrlo will entertain at brldgo Saturday afternoon for her daugh ter, Mrs. Edgar Armstrong and Mrs. William Gould. K. C. B. Sewing Club. The K. C. B. Sowing olub met at the home of Mlsa Rose Zechmelster Tuesday evening. The next meeting will be April 7. Those present were; Misses Misses Rose Zachmclster, Nellie Kaiser, Erna Boehl, Mae Ellis, Blanche Kaiser, Kitty Kaiser, Agnes Kills, Mary Zechmelster, a race Kaiser. 16.- FRFE nnilPfltl TL, etrtlflttU antltl Bx to lira, JtaVlna Ira confldtatlal Inatrue. tlona for th tNinlibmtat ol tiuprlluout Hair, If acat with Se ataap (or poalajt. Cut 0ut sod t-ln to your Itutr. Good lor Immadlat vhi only. Addreia Mra. Kathryn Jaoklnr, Offlc B. V.. o, 9M PurrhlM St., Uoaloo, Uaas. ttl'IKIAL, NOT1CH: V carntatlr advlt ry lady wh wUlus la b rid ol th dlaTliurmnt ol Suptrflooui Hair to actapt abov oflr at net. Tbii raurhabla viler la lor and (toulna, th landlns uf donor belni unquaatloncd. pSITtiBwawawSSaaYawaVawlSBJBBgJB. 1 In and Out of the Bee Hive. Mrs. J, W. Crumpacker is spending a few days at Fremont. Mr. C. 8. Hoflert of St. Joheph, Mo., arrived Tuesday, to be the guest of hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Schmidt Mrs. William T. Wilder of Fort Leaven worth, who has been visiting Mrs. F. J. Taggart at the Hotel Loyal, left last evening for Bt. Paul to visit her parents. IMnin Trittla That'- Worth Money. Using Foley's Honey and Tar for a cough and cold Is just practical common tense. It Is axactly made to stop a cough and check a cold, and It prevsnts lagrtppe, bronchitis or pneumonia. F. F, Monahan, Monomonle, Wis., says: "I ant exposed to all klnifi of weather and I find Foley's Honey and Tar Compound always fixes ma up In good shape when I catch cold or have a bad cough. I recommend It gladly." Refuse substitutes. For sale by all dealers everywhere. Advertisement. MANY BABIESENTER CONTEST List is Growing Fast as the Time of the Judging Approaches. INTEREST IS ON THE INCREASE Cuntrat is to Hi- Pnrt of the I.oit Coat of Living- JUiorr nt the Omnlin Amll tnrlnm In April. The entry list for the baby health con test In growing every day as the time for the Low Cost of Living Show ap- pioaohcs, at which tlmo tho Judging of tho babies will take place. Following Is the list of entries to date: S. G. Anderson. M7 N'nrlh Tu'onl v.tlilnl feet, South Omaha. Rob Roy, 8 months. jiKipn u. Auams, italph Ulen, z years. I' j. O. Anrlrt-ann. TiVJt MnHh Twonlv. eighth atrcct, Robert Eugene, 11 months, r, i. . uwman. 1821 Emmet street, jano, a years. Robert Umwtllnir. 3722 Marilo alrovl. Odcl, 18 months. L. G. Barker, 3801 North Thirty-ninth street, Lester Paul, 6 months, and Mar Jorlo Evelyn, 3V4 years. it. j. nrown, Apartment Z6, Tne Helen, Robert McDonald, 8 months, George D. Butler, 4102 North Twenty third street, Duanc, 2 years. J. B. Benjamin, 3183 Grand avenue, Don Carlof, 2 years. Thomas W. Uundy, 210! Cara street, Hacel, 2 years. James Hralley, 817 North Forty-clghth street, Dorothy, 5 months. Thomas Hurt, 817 North Forty-elghth sticet, Edward Thomas, 1 year, Roy J. Brown, 2811 Fort Omaha avenue, Gcoige Raymond. 16 months. J. L Bigger, 124 North Twentieth street, William Joseph, 2!4 years. Mra. Edna Churchwell, 4227 II street, South Omaha, Ira, 3W yeara. William Cuming, 3C0C Frederick street, James, 2M years, W. J. Charmloy, 2519 North Flfty-nlnth avenue, Benson, Edith Madeline. Edward Coston, 3213 Burt street, Kath ryn, 14 months. John L. Correa, 2301 South Thirty-first street, Loula, 1 year, and Ruth, 3 years. R. D. Catherw od. 2m South Thirty second street, Dorothy B., 2 years. A. B. Coyner, Madison hotel, Robert Burton, 2 year.-. a. Fred Gunimlngs, 4800 Marcy street, Curolyn Alice. J. A. Conklln. 2107 Ohio street, Helen, 3 years, ami Ray. 8 months. William Coonlcy, 1111 South Twenty eighth street, Eugene, VA years. Joseph Castlcmnn, 1400 Douglas street, 2 months. W. D. Clark. 2X23 Decatur street, Charles Robert, 3 years. William L. Dlckcrson, 4S03 North Twenty-ninth street. Ruth Lorraine. 2 vpnr. Mr. Brodltcy, 2812 Dodgo street, Edwin uroaKey, iu monins. Chris Dybbro, 2C0D Camden avenue. Donna Marie. 1 year 9 months. C. W. Ennls, 800 South Eighteenth street. .Mary Ainureu, i year. Mr. Egan, 2524 North Eighteenth streot, John Robort, 14 months. Mrs. Clarlssu Engel, 6117 North Twenty-third street, Elisabeth, 21 months. Fred Elliott. 2023 Ohio street, Edward Charles, 2H years. F. E. English, Roland apartments, No. 31, baby. Homar O. Froliardt, 920 South Thirty eighth street. Helen Carolyn. 7 months. D. 8. Flnkensteln. 1135 South Twenty, ninth street, Helen, 3 years; Louis, 1 year. James Fleming, 3H3 North xnirtietn street, James Albert, 6 months. W. E. Freestone, 516 North Eighteenth street, Lillian Ruth, 10 months. J. A. Flynn, apartment No. 21 the Helen, James Mitchell, 3 years; John Joseph, years. .Samuel Fleishman, 715 North Twentieth street, Jerome, 9 months. John Fields, 6121 North Twenty-third street, Hazel, 1 year. William G. Flood, 25GS Brown street, Thomas William, 1 year. Charles Foley, 2217 North Nineteenth street, Beulah, 23 months; Vere, 3 years. W. W. Fisher, Dorothy, 17 months. Martin Foral, 1714 South Ninth street, Chrlstlno Marie, 2 years. II. J. Gram, 131 North Forty-third ave nue, , 7 months; Annabel, 2V4 years. E, O, Gehrmann, Stock Yards National bank, Chester D., 7 months. Llllburn Gtvens, 2016 Valley street, Harry, 3 years; Roy. 10 months. Jcon Gilbreath, 3335 Maple street. Eu nice Eleanor, 2H years; Leon Leonard, 8 months, C. E. Oalbralth, No. 2 Linwood apart monts, Sweetwood avenuo, Helen, 16 months. . W. E. Glover, 2217 Fowler avenue. Earl Warron, jr. Gerstlauer, 6703 North Thirty-third ave nue, Helen and .Ellen, twins, 2 years. 11. C. Greer, 1202 Polk street, Ralph Stanley, 19 'months. Mrs. Eatella E, Gould, Havelock, Neb., Baby Gould. u. u. nyao, S731 worth Thirty-first street, liooert Adams, 3 years. Albert Heamau, 3100 Parker street, Dor othy Grace. 1 year. j. J. Mincney, mi isortn Kcventeemn street, South Omaha, Ruth, 18 months. Fred Haln, Kathryn leon, 3 years. B. EL Hunter, 1321 Webster street, Ro nald Gerald. 8 months. I Harry W. Hull. 1920 South Thirty fourth streot, Virginia Lee, 8 months. Nicholas Hcrbolich. 2123 N streot, South Omaha, Mary, 2V4 years. Hicks, 4329 Lake street, Harriet, S years. J. H. Hunt, 4010 Howard street, Harriet, 19- months. John L. Holter. 4319 Ohio street, Arthur. 7 months. II. O. Hclborslobcn, 42GS Wirt street, Anna Jean, 8 months, ' Jamew Julius Hansen, Jamel Julius, jr., 20 months. C. Hanson. 3304 North Fortieth street; Charley S 17 months. Ik Ivlns, 1419 Locust street, John C 9 months, Mrs. 8. U Irvine, 4516 North Thlrty soventh street. T, Jensen. 2919 South Thirtieth street, Helen, 14 years. & H. Jamleson, 4640 Nicholas, Oretchen. 22 months. Dr. Nowolt Jones, OM South Thirty-fifth street, Frances, 3 years. Charles A. Jensen. 408 "North Twenty seventh Avenue, George Mansfield, 11 months. H. L. Johnson, 9029 South Twenty-fourth street. Lavlnla, 11 months, Klnley, Harry A.. Florence, Norma Corlnne. 8 months. Rev, and Mrs, Emanuel Kalltng, 745 North Nineteenth street, Emanuel, jr., a months. F. Kellher, Madison hotel, Frank 15 months. Dr. King, Lafayetto apartments. Jack Phelan, 23 months, C. W. Klso. 1126 South Twenty-elghtli, ly-elghth street Louis Kllllan. Cedar Bluffs. Wllmer. 1 year. J. E. Kirk, 1329 South Twenty-eighth iirnipoiiY BROOM J& Saves Catpttt and Rugt f The toft tipped brooayfif corn sweeps the dirt fromf carpets mod tagt without if injury. Light and flex Jbf able. Saves time and la JSf hot. Smooth handle, Every Little F uerantced. Yourtfroowf m fasslt. fflarrah k Stewszt Mlg. Co. JJta Malsta. la. a. MEN WHO INTERFERE WITH POLICEMAN ARE FINED While Officer Peterson was attempting to arrest Marie Williams, a colored woman, at Seventeenth and Cuming streets Tuesday evening ho was Interfered with by A. G. Moo it, 2222 Burt street, and 13. W. Mooro of Wayne. Neb. Tho two men were Placed under arrest bv Officer. Cunningham and Coffey and in polloe. court wcro fined $10 and costs each. The woman was sentenced to sixty days In the county jail. Get Acquainted with the Swappers Coltaiim, If you are In the market for a swap of any kind.- front a section of land to a pocket knife. Join the Swappers, and tell them what you have. You will have a number of offers to choose from and should make a very profitable swap, oth ers are doing It street. .. Charles Krutslnger, 004 South Twenty eighth street, carl, 1 year. Mrs. Herman Kiewlz, 38X1 Meredith ave nue. IS a UJllllie, moninn. VC-i r.ono- ir. run Vnrth Fifty-third street, Dorothy, 6 months. ,.,.. Mr. larscn, jdis vamon, uhiuiu, o xtr. Morv Ijitwll. 3335 Meredith avenue, James. 8 months. H. W. Lehmann. 3516 Wirt, George Put nam, .1 year. i It. II. lorTison, rfvw Lwuni, . mWnUer McGowan. 1332 Ogden, Calvin, 9 rnjc)hn",T. Murtagh. 2436 Pratt, Eleanor Luclnc, 3 years. Dr A. L. Mulrhcad, 2810 Popplcton ave nue, Ruth. . Mr. McCabe. 2S10 North Sixtieth, Harry Francis, 15 months. Mrs. A. II. Malaskle, 4S21 Plorce, Baby Mulaskle. ,. ... ... , . it Mr,n.vnnlil. MR North Nine - tcenth street. Dale. 8 months. F, II. ftlaglnn, 1SJ nouin ivrciii)'-u- cnth street. Catherine Loretta, 20 months. Mrs. Edwin MacMartyn. 4553 Blondo street. Gerald Edwin, 1H years; William Howard, 3 years. Louis Mollne, 3318 Emmet, Kenneth, 6 mMn?8Clara Maybright. 2001 Avenue G, Council Bluffs, Alvln, 1 eyar. A, McLaren, 3016 Emmet, Bernice, 16 mNelH"''Nehlen. 3523 Patrick avenue, Ber- F.CNSia:n1."corby. Robert Fos- teA13jmNIhest 1317 South Thlrty-thlrd street, Hazel, 9 months. Axei V. Nelson. 2032 Grand avenue, 22 mBnt Nielsen, 3920 North Twenty-fifth street, Lawrence Edward, 12 months. Guy Purdy. 927 North Twenty-fifth street, Charlotte Anne, 3 years. William Phelffcr, 2618 Marcy, George K., 8 Dr0npctoron, 58 South Twenty-slxth avenue. James B., 1. year. ,,, Dr R C. Person, 270S North h If ty-slxth, William Robert. 6 months. . . .. , t Mcds Peterson, 834 South Fiftieth street. Anna Mario Mosegard, 2 years, Elcy Es- kA.d'R. Peterson. 23 tho Helen. Clifford AM"rt!nparkcr,:t,4lil North Twenty-elghth aVAenUE'. Dp0e,esoUC.,3cmtdhen avenue. Vred1PeUrson?- 4332 Ohio, Donald At-' Eawr Rial.' S38 South Ninth street. BThonVa P. Reynolds, 3822 Sherman ave n1?ubTert Ryner'. Uo SSth Twenty-elghth street, Hubert Hal. 19 months. George Row. 1104 South Th y strict. George Edward, jr.. 2 years. It. h. RobortBon. R. F. D. No. B, Soutn BhA'. WewNorth Th.rty-s.xth Rus.e,aim0Nort" Thirty fifth street, Baby Rector. . George Ross, 2231 Miami street, Ruth Elizabeth, 9 mdnths. Louis Raber. 1418 North Eighteenth street. Philip Warren. 10 months. Lester Sroufe, 1614 North Thirty-eighth street. Louis, II months. w. Philip Shannahan, 1738 Bouth Ninth street, Cecelia Marie, 3 years. Harry Snydor. 1703 South Fourteenth street, Virginia. 1 year (tornado baby). Carl Sroufe. 2304 Ellison avenue, Carl Frances. 15 months. Clarence Sothmann, 2901 Farnam street. Clarence, jr., 11 months. John F. Starr, 1323 South Twenty-second street. Helen Bell, 18 months. Mrs. Emily Bwalley. 1802 Second avenue, Nebraska City, Robert Eugene. 17 months. Robert Swanson. 3116 North Fifty-third street, Robert 29 months; Edna, U L?1b! 8trayer. Fifty-third and Spauld lng streets, Audrey, 18 months. II. Saunders, 673 North Forty-fifth street, Charles B 8 months. L. I. Swayne, 2607 Dewey avenue, Loren Davis, 16 months. A. G. Schrelber, 3607 North Twenty second street, Oretchen Maywood. 1 year. Mrs. V. A. Schlegcl. The Elms, apart ment No. 2. Baby Schlcgel. William Sulley, 3103 Webster street, Ed win William, o muniii. . Mrs. C. H. Bchoetsler, 2436 South Nine teenth street, waoy ocnoHwcr. Dr. C. A. Sorenson, Florence, Neb., Margaret, 14 months. William O. Trebllcock. 4526 Decatur street. Robert Woodrow. 1 year. a. W. Talbot. 2913 North Sixty-first, Marie, 14 'months. . , . ,, Goorgo Townsend. 206 North Nineteenth street, John Wesley. 7 months. Joseph Telle, 3401 Jackson street, Wil liam Montgomery, 21 months. F. M. Tarrant. 603 North, Thirteenth street, Merldlth Agnes, 2W years. Harry Tlior; 3006 Plnkney street, South Omaha, Mildred, 9 months. H. B. Thompson, 4315 Patrick avenue, Hugh, 2 years. Mra. Gladys Vosler, Fifty-second street and Military avenue. Benson, Donald H., 20 m6nths. . . August Vanberg. ius corny street, Arthur, 19 months. J, E. West. Jr. 3727 South Sixteenth street, Leta, 11 months. Clark Wiseman. 113 Charles street, Council Bluffs, Baby Wiseman. TP Tl l V, OitA A ,r. 1 1 . Tk ".., infill Bluffs, Thomas Malowney, 3-years, Mrs. Georeg Williams, Madison hotel, Edward Louis, 5 months. H. C. Wells, 4337 Decatur street, Hobart. jr. It. A. Wlgton, 1820 Vinton street, Rob ert Spencer. 2 years, Frank L. L. Wilson, 4923 Capitol avenue, Baby Wilson. Mrs. Pierce Welsh, Missouri Valley, Ia 4-months-oid boy, H. Wenant, 3S02 Maple, street, Allda Elizabeth. 7 months. R, P. Winklrman. 20(3 Deer Park boule vard, Roy Robert, 2 years. MlnUter Prn'lsra This Lnxatlve. Rov. H. Stubenvoll, Allison, la., praises Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipa tion. Dost for liver and bowels. 23c. All druggists. Advertisement. J OGDEN ARMOUR TO BE IN OMAHA NEXT WEEK Enroute to his home In Chicago, J. Ogden Armour, ono of the millionaire packers, will spend twenty-four hours In Omaha after wintering In California. Mr. Armour, In his private car, Walworth, will arrive In the city next Tuesday evening at 5:30 over tho Union Pacific He will remain until the following eve ning, when at 6:50 he will leave for the east over the Milwaukee. During his stop In the city It Is supposed that Mr. Armour will spend most of his time at the Armour packing plant, though for a time he may be entertained by his friends, of whom there are a large number. Complete New Stock of Manhattan Shirts Big Sale of Men's Shirts Saturday at $100 These Shirts were purchased from a leading manufacturer specially for this semi-annual event. They are well worth. $1.60, 2 and 12.50. All are good styles and excellent ma terials. In one big lot Satur day at Sl.OO. On Sale in Old Store The Spring Opening Emphasizes These Facts that the Brandeis Stores are Fashion's headquarters in Omaha, that they occupy a unique place in the esteem of discriminating women, apart from the commonplace. that our connections with the style designers and fashion authorities of New York and Paris are sympathetically and instantly responsive to every correct style influence. Often a distinctly new mode will appear at Brandeis within thirty-six hours after its "arrival" in New York. that this storo is shown a decided preference by the world's best makers in being chosen as their representative in this vicinity., that the long established style leadership of this store is sustained and continually growing. The First Complete Exposition of Spring Styles m in Waists - in Suiis in Skirts m Dresses in Millinery The educational value of these displays is recognized by every fashionable woman of Omaha and vicinity. It permits an intimate acquaintance to be gained of the correct and exclusive modes such as can seldom be seen except in the best shops of New York and Paris. W ? cordially invite your atte?idance Thursday. Opening Display of Women's Spring Footwear Every now idea finds representation in our complete stocks now ready; Footwear of exceptionally high character with distinctive style features. "Wo are exclusive agents for thq majority of these linos,' which include tho very best footwear made Main Floor. The New Ostend Pump. A Btyle that is entirely new thla season. Made by the famous S. Well Co. Fine black satin with rhlneatone button at the side, full Louis heels. The handsomest and cleverest pump shown In Omaha. All sizes and widths. Priced at $8.00. Smart Colonial Pumps. Fine patent leather forepart with grey heels and back. All hand finished. A perfectly fashioned last. The S. Weil make. All sires and widths, $7.00. L. & M. Bench Made Footwear. Tho finest made and sold only at Bran dels. Colonials of gunmetal and patent leather, with extreme long vamps, narrow toe. Louis heels. All elzes and widths, $4.05 and 95.05. vJK, The 'Oatend' Pump JM0 New Co onial Pump Red Gross Pumps and Oxfords. The famous comfort footwear for women with flexible soles. All now spring stylos, as well as more conservative lasts. All sizes and widths, $3.50 and $4. New Colonial Pumps. Very stylish. Made In patent kid with silk brocade quarters. Gaby heels. All sizes, $3.50. Clever Pumps at $3.48 The Ostend, In patent leather with large fancy buckle on side. All sizes, $3.48. Women's New Spring Shoes. With silk brocado tops and patent or dull kid vamps, medium narrow toes, Gaby heels. Very hand some style. All sizes and widths, $3.48. Mary Jane Pumps. Patent leather, dull leather and satin, including straD etvles. 1 nv 1 heels, flat bows. All sizes, $2.48. "Smart Set" Corsets are famous for fault less fitting, and produce an Ideal foundation for the season's gowns correct in every detail. They conform to the latest edict of fashion, giving the willowy fig ure, absolutely devoid of stiffness. Low In bust; long, sweeping lines over the hips, with just a suggestion or k r-iiT-v In the back at waist line. 'Smart Set" Corsets Give Grace and Real Comfort. One model worthy of particular mention Is of ventilated tricot. Low bust. Elastic goro In back above waist line, assuring caao in .sitting or standing. Long aklrta with six garter. Pair. 810. Ventilated rubber corsets for dancing or ' athletic wear, are 810. Other "Smart Set" corsets. 83.50 to SXO. Visiting Merchants and their wives and 'families are Invited to make this store their headquarters, trhllA In tViA rltv styles, on sale at. f r -j8szx. ...... i $2.50 Hat Shapes at $1.69 Thursday we place on sale a specjal lot of 200 dozen genuine hemp shapes in all the new sailor blocks. Watteau styles, turbans, poke and new side roll effects. Black, burnt, paon. nurnle. I K;,lr.7sV'c- SI RQ W WIsUU " Clipped ostrich and satin straw ponpoms .seoriment or colors, lnclud emplre green, etc. The Designer Magazine A, Whole Year, 30c for a limited time only. Regular price 75c a year. You must bring your subscription to the Pattern Department, First Floor. Otherwise it can not be filled. This Is one of the most popular publications for women, containing bright stories, clever pictures and authentic fashion news. Women who know it need no urging to take advantage of this offer. ing gold, king's blue Actual 69c values, at. Like the Mighty Oak "Which from tho little acorn grow, so also have many Mammoth Business Concerns grown from the little "Want Ad." ' The Beo "Want Ad" pages are teeming with opportunities of all kinds to make and save money. Have you availed yourself of the opportunities presented today T If not, you had better turn to our "Want Ad" page now. Possiblv somo much desired object that you have been seeking will be found advertised there, and at a big saving in pricey dm mm