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Till IJKK: OMAHA, SATl'IfDAV, AI'UII,
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For the First Hot Day
Two to tho Pen for
Forging Checks
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By MELLIFICIA.
Friday, April 2, 1915.
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l VERYTlMXfJ has certainly leen ml this werk.
The damper of Lent has weighed with Increasing dullness dur
ing Holy week Juki iasinn.
All seem to have Ppent their time In church services and church
sewings. The convents have been ensroKsed In their annual retreats, n
thing poniewhat rare In the breezy west. To go to the convent, spend
three days in silence, peruse the lives of the saints, meditate and pray is
a somewhat unusual existence for the younger generation. Among tha
members of the younger e, the future debutantes, who have been spend
ing this week at the convent, Hre Misses Clara Daugherty, Virginia Crofoot.
Catherine Mi Shane. Kleanor Hurkley, Catherine Smyth and Catherine
C&rtan.
Then the two Carter sales have caused needles to fly and hours of
labor this week.
The members of the Trinity Parish Aid society met this afternoon at
the home of Miss Margaret Kaum to finish preparations for the Easter
bazar, which will be given tomorrow at .Jacob's hall. And the women of
the Flirt Presbyterian church have likewise been absorbed In arrangements
for their Bale, which U to be held also tomorrow', In the church parlora.
With the Viiitors.
4r. Henry Ontenler; unl daughter.
Miss laebelle. of Meail. will spend tint
week-end with Mr. nl Mrs. llaymond
Crewman.
Him Margaret Telyea of Tekeniah ar
rived yester.tny for a short visit with
Mls Lucllo Kly.
Mrs. Mark Brown end children of Htur
frls, 8. P.. who were the guest of Mrs.
T. r. Toyle, left Tuesday.
Mrs. B. N. Green, who ha been spend-
Fashion Hint
liiK tho winter . with her inn, . A. K
fireen, niwl Mrs. Orren, left Kriday for
Weatervllle, O., her farmer home.
Mrs. Leonard Aberc-Mmble of Ifnuiton.
Tex , win, whs the guet of her sister.
Mis. C hirhH (. ttlcli, ami Dr. Itlch, left
Wednesday for Kansas Cltjr.
Mrs. K. C. Anderson of Chlrajro la visit
ing hep rouslti. Mm 8. A. Houner.
Mr. Hotait Williams U visiting hei
niothi r, Mrs. A. V. Steip.
Costume Party.
An April "JcKtlnR" party will be given
this evening hy Mrs. f. O. Talbot for
hr daughter, Nathlne. The guests will
corns In mature e. The guests will Include:
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Miry Irnke,
ltuth Miller,
Tvelvn Ktallard.
Helen plunder and.
Allee HunllnKton.
Marguerite Archer,
miin WHUii'e,
Mildred Hraden,
liiule Htnetael.
Na thine Talbot.
Messrs.
Oerald Tudor,
I loser Moore,
I-tnll Neal,
Hyron WIIiot.
John Wharton.
Howard Harnon.
Herbert Warner,
Misses
.lean r leld,
MHrttaret Hart,
Vli alnla Jlooru.
Herherfa Murker,
Kdlth Wlllehratid,
Kraneea Howell,
Heatrlre. Neal,
ve Walton.
Heat rice Moimrr.
Messrs.
Joseph Filer.
W llll.im Wallnre.
William Hamilton,
Harlan Haaker
nirford Rnss!.
Morlind Combs.
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Iy LA nAOOXTErSK.
A smart sailor In natural tan chip straw, with wide brim and soft.
drooping effect in front. It Is covered with follle claBslque, showing finish
ings of tiny cording and void of trimming save for two exceptonally smart
pearl hatpins which project from the flaring brim In the back.
HEADS DEPARTMENT IN WOMAN'S
CLUB NINE YEARS,
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Mr LA Htl UM I I si-;.
Girlish summer ami or white utton
crepe. Tha skirt, showing long tunic
over moderately wlda dni. Is toned by
Jaunty bolero Jacket with deep cuffed
three-quarter length sleeves. Large iart
buttons lead a (inching tovnh, and a.
Jaunty "barn yard" straw hat, quill
trimmed, and smart colonial pumps, are
appropriately worn.
Easter Sale and Luncheon.
The Ladlee Aid society of the First
Methodist church will hold an Easter
salo and luncheon at the church Hatur
day. Eatables, fancy work and hand-
embroidered lavettps will be on aale from
19 o'clock In tha morning until S o'clock
In the afternoon. Mrs. O. L. Bradley la
In charge of the luncheon, which will bo
served between 11 :W and 1:30 o'clock.
Mrs. W. V. Mllroy la president of the aid
society.
Pleasures Past
Mr. , Charles M. Ilaxpster entertained
the eld comrades of the George A. Cus-
ter post and relief corpa at hi home
on Hurt street Thursday evening. The
rooms were profusely decorated with
r.Hsur iniea ana terns. High live was
played and the prises were awarded to
Mrs. 1. K. Atkins and Mrs. Karah CJard
nrr. About tventy-flve guests were en
tertalned. '
airs. ii. rmlth gave a bridge nnrty
Thursday afternoon In honor of her sis
ter. Mrs. Adair, of Chicago. Thirty guests
were present. Prices were won by Mrs.
Adair and Mrs. F. foldamlth.
Mr. and Mrs. CTilnan' entertained in
formally last evening In honor of William
MclUle's nineteenth birthday. The even
ing was spent In music and games. Those
present were:
Misses Misses
Maraaret Iieneeii, Ttuth Haines.
Muriel Kusland, . Kathryn, Chlnln.
Ruth Nelly.
Messrs Messrs.
W. II. M Hale, ,H. S. Stocking.
i. J. Leonard, J. II. LlclUen-
I 1. riilnan. waller.
Breakfast for Choir.
The dean and vestry-of Trinity Cathe
drul will entertain the members of ths
choir at breakfast at the Hotel Ion
tenelle Immediately following the' H a.
nt. Kaster service. Tha breakfast will rxi
served In the palm room and (overs' will
be placed for fifty, guests. .
Bale at Trinity Cathedral
Tha 'Altar guild of Trinity cathedral
will hold its Easter sale Saturday from
10 a. m. until 6 p. m. This sale la an an
nual affair and Is alwaya given at thle
time of the' year. '. The '.fancy articles on
sale have been made by the women of
the guild during Lent, and there will aUa
be a table of home-made candles, which
has proved popular In former sale.
Among the Women Interested In the af'
fdlr aiv:
Meedames M-lainre-
llen Wood, Nvilney Metiblns,
I .Helen Stephens, Walter Kobei ta.
Kalnh Peters. Joseph Harker. 3d.:
J. K. Wetnel.
(leorae Johnston
Misses Mis
Kathriine ThummellMnrKaret Uauin,
Mrlla TliUTinnc'll. I 'proline llarkalow,
Kllsate(h I'ohK'lun. Allo t'aiter.
Janet Hall. Durothv liiown,
I'orolhy 1UII. Ma it Maiston.
On the Calendar.
Mrs. U A. IVrmorty will entertain the
Friday Krldge-Lunrhcon ilub next weel:
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s.4iAat..row v . i
rk-otly J. Walter, IS years old. who
frrned the signature of P. A. McDonald
on a creek for $4.25, and Gordon B. Wal
ker, who signed the name of E, C. Sawyer
to obtain 13.50. each pleaded guilty before
District Judge English and received sen
tence of one to twenty years In the penitentiary
The Grand Piano
"An Artistic Marvel"
A fascinating new model of
small apartment else and de
lightful lines, that has a tone
equal in sweetness
and depth to any
Grand of stan
dard sire.
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CLOAKS. SUITS D MILLINERY
Southeast Corner Sixteenth and Douglas Sts.
Speakers Named for
Legislative, Banquet
Saturday Evening
Two local speakers have been selected
for the toasts at tho banquet Saturday
evening at the Fontenelle hotel for tbe
membera of the legislature and tho state
officials. John L McCague, president of
the Commercial club Is to preside.' The
local speakers are W. F. Qurley and W.
A. Eraser. OoveYnrtr John If. Morchead
la to apeak for the delegation of guests,
and two or three members from the
house and the same number from the
senate are to be called upon.
The special train from Lincoln Is to ar
rive about 6:30 over the Burlington Sat
urday evening.
$455
BRAF3BACH
GRAND PIANO
Many used Pianos of the
better grades: Mason-Hamlin,
Btetoway, Mchlln, Kimball,
Schumann, etc. Price: $150,
170. 200, $223; reflntshed
and guaranteed ; cash or terms.
A. HospoCo.
IBIS DOUGLAS ST.
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One Day Until Easter
Are Yon Prepared
for the Easter Parade?
I on rlo not have to "shop" for
your Kaater suit,. You merely
have to route here and art jt,
with the certainty it will be the
heif style ajid value your money
can buy. Kvery day sens n parade
of clever style a they come
marching In from the master suit
makers of Xew York, t'ome to
morrow Saturday when our
storks are nt their best.
We are showing an assortment
of Easter Suits, unsurpassed for
variety, style and low price,
by any store in Omaha.
The suits come In all the more
fashionable materials, such as
novelty weaves, tweeds, home
spuns, mannish serges and poplins
colors of French gray, Belgian
blue, field brown, neutral green,
black and white chicks.
SUITS
$12.50, $14.50, $19.50,
$22.50, up to $27.50
COATS
$5.00, $9.85, $12.50,
$14.50 and up.
Exclusive Hals at Economy Prices Here
We adopted a policy when we opened our Millinery Depart
ment that would place within easy reach of every woman High
Class Millinery Trimmings. Paradise, Flowers, Aigrettes, Goura, at
prices unheard of In millinery merchandising circles. Beautiful,
wonderful, luxurious Hats and Trimmings sold at our opening
, demonstrated economy of buying millinery in Omaha's greatest
millinery department.
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Telephone Aour. 1S3. Ej"M
MK8. F. J. BURNETT.
Thursday evening of next week.' There
ro eighteen couples In this clut and each
will be privileged to Invite another couple, i
Mrs ltoy Ralph will be hostess tomor
row afternoon at a meeting of the mem- j
hers of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority
who live In Dundee, Omaha, and the sur
rounding towns. About eighteen will be
present.
Personal Mention.
Mrs. L. A.' Dermody, who has been
111 with bronchial pneumonia, Is now
convalescing.
Mrs. C. K. Bates of Falracree has re
turned from the rrestoyterlan hospital,
where she took a rest cure.'
Miss Ruth Nolan, who attends a con.
vent school In Davenport. Ia., returned
ednasduy for the Easter vacation.
Miss Mary lialler came home from the
Vnlverstly of Nel.raska Baturduy for the
Easter holidays.
In and Out of the Bee Hive. '
Mr. Albert Edholm, accompanied by his
daughters, the Misses Bessie and 'Janet,
left last evening for Virginia and New
York City. '
Mr. J. IL Harte waa in Lincoln
Wednesday.
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BE IN STYLE EASTER
You Can't Afford Not To. Besides
We have made it Easy
YOUR EASTER HAT
Can be a revelation to your Omaha
friends. The very newest, moat
novel and practical millinery Is here.
We pride ourselves on giving Ex
clusive copies of French Hats at
from SO to r.O per cent less than
charged elaewhere.
- There are no duplicates; no copies. .
If you buy a hat from ua It Is cer
tainly exclusive. You won't meet a
friend with the same style hat when .
you walk down the street.
Jnst Look at These rrtces Only
$5.00, $7.50, $10
'CONNOR- EMBLEN
RIOOKD OOI VAXTOS BI.OCK.
We Specially Want to In
troduce Our Wonderful
Trimmed Hats
Such an assembly of high grade
Hats were never exhibited before. The
most cleverly designed hand-made Uau
large, flattering shapes, with trans
parent brims wonderful Tailored Hats
from Burgesser, Phipps, Kurzman,
Castle, New York beautiful creations,
from our own company deaigners
; pj mymrmrwmmmmm. inn inn
1 1 msk $3-95 $5-' $6-95 i
ft! laVv The race for 'avor 1,e' between the ffl
fQ V-ST VL chic and tiny turban and trlcorne ana H
M I i tno verv large wide-brimmed hats, the fl
n shepherdess style.
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Swap Anything in the "Swapper's Column' j
'leorgv Darker, Jr.,
New Store for Men
Opens for Business
V. M. Blttner anl R. W. Kadden.
formerly with Edward Zlss, have opened
a men's furnishing stores at Ml Houtli
Sixteenth street. These two young men
expect to have one of the finest haber
dasher establishments In Omaha. The
stock la entirely new and includes the
products of the best manufacturers In
the country. This store la tha only one
In Omaha to show botn Dtinlap and Stet
son hats.
IHtaM let Voir Told Get Were.
Hell's Plne-Tar-IIoney will cure your
One of the informal (taming cluba of cough and give you restful sleep. Good
liundee. whh'h has been meeting at DUn i lor children. Only 2ac. All druggist
de hail, will give, a party ut Turpln'a I Adxertisemcnt.
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EASTER MILLINERY
Exemplifying the Very Choicest Style for Spring Wear at
The Lowest Prices Ever Marked
Upon Such Elegant Headgear
We itiuuui utt'l this wile for tho w'eok iioee(l
ing Eutitcr, in the otunploto otmfiilonoe that oveiy
vsomuii who ortiiioK hero tlurinj; the ooniinjr wovk
will b. ussun-d of ii hat to huit hor, wliioli will ad
mirably sot off h-r KatiT gown, anil which shj
ran obtain at a i tco UN MATCH ABU', AT ANY
OT11KH STOKE.
'-ompaiisun will provo the truth of this claim.
A showing uinnatchuhle at
$5, $7,50 and $10
Miss Butler's New Hat Shop
3C7 SOUTH SIXTEENTH ST.
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The
World's
Breakfast
Easter Morning
Retail dealers
the world over are
delivering today
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5
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B
acom
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for everybody's
Easter morning.
breakfast
Call up your dealer
right away and tell him
you want
"Swift's Premium"
Ham or Bacon
I ask rom I v
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