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v J V s-t w m m Benson Society 'Benton Corrc pondnt Cell Wslnut SJ.'O.- Benton Woman's. Club, Min Jeiiie Tonf, dfn ol the Cilt tf Untul High, gat on f Hie Lt programt i ih ycir Tours. ly adeinvvn before the member of the lien.ou Woman's dub. Mitt loitnc't subject "John Nei hsrdt. lis life and Work." Mrs. M. Hcdcluud and Mr. Jotrph Har ton were voted, Into III flub. Mr i. C. P. Criciun and Mn. We Iker sang duett. Ml. i Mildred Vol( gave a piano number at (In cUt of tlx program. The iirt tegular club meeting be lirlJ Thursday, April 21. Hie date wat dunned to give club rnrnibrr opportunity lo attend the .croud district convention, April IJ ai! 14. Luncheon With Mr. McCluer. Mm. W. A. Wilcox, prrtident c( the Omaha War Mother' organiza tion, anj Mr. J-jine Shield., secre tary, uere luncheon gurttt Friday of Mr. II. II. McCluer. of Kanw '. national vice president of Hie War Mothers cl America. Annual Election. The antiiial electionvf ifficcrti of 'lie I'rc uliytcrian Ladies' Aid Mat held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. R. II. Can. Officer elected were Mn liny Marshall, president; Mr. I". C Smith, Trot vice pres cient; Mr. Janir Walsh, second vice president; Mr. Thomas Cover, secretary, and Mrs. II. C. Crooks, trcaurer. j Dinner Guests. Mryand Mrs. S. I Caple, who are it Cute from Peru. Itid.. to their home in Sheridan, Wyo., were Wed nesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Woodyard. Reception at Cherry Croft. Mrs. J. W. Welch entertained at a formal reception at her home at Cherry Croft Sunday afternoon complimentary to Mrs. E. M. Ho grese and her daughter, Mrs. K. H. Luikhart. Mr. Luikhart Irft Tues day for her home in Rivcrton, Wyo. Attends Baptist Convention. Mrs. C. II. Paris attended the spe cial one-day session of the Nebraska Baptist convention Thursday at Grand Island. Judge F. W. Free man of Colorado and Missionary Uanna of the foreign fields were the principal speakers. J. T. Pickard, who was in Grand Island on busi ness was also in attendance at the convention. Music Department of the B. W. C. The double quartet of the Benson Woman's club will sing before the Second district convention of the Nebraska Federation of Women's clubs. Parent-Teacher Association. The Benson Tareut-Teacher asso ciation will meet Tuesday, April II at 3 p. m. in the gymnasium of the Rose Hill school. Community Center. The Bell Telephone company will give a program for the Benson community center Friday evening, Anril 7. No children will be ad mitted unless accompanied by par ents or guardians. Announcement Party. ITw.lMary .Van Horn entertained at an announcement party Saturday evening in honor or her daughter, Miss Maude Van Horn, whose mar riage will take place Sunday, April 19. After an evening spent in social umusements, refreshments were served to 35 guests. Presbyterian Mission Society. v Mrs. Paul Rivett was hostess at her home Tuesday afternoon, March 28, to the members of the Fresby tcrian Mission society. The topics for the study program were "For eigners in America." and "Japan." Mrs. Kornniesser, leader. A delight ful luncheon was served at the close of the program. Early Spring Hike. - Members of the King's Heralds of the Methodist church are planning a hike to Elmwood park Tuesday aft ernoon, meeting at the church at 1:30 p. m. Cars will be furnished those who do not care to take the hike. Each member will furnish bread and butter sandwiches for one person. The committee will furnish weinerwursts. After the lesson study the class will enjoy the picnic. Bake Sale. The members of Mrs. W. H. Reed's division of the Methodist Ladies' Aid conducted a food sale Saturday at the C. N. Wolfe Son's grocery store. Mrs. E. C. Smith Entertains. Mrs. E. C. Smith entertained at a . . , 1'oclocK luncneon ai ner nomc Friday complimentary to the newly elected and the retiring officers of 9fc Presbyterian Ladies Aid. Alter the luncheon the work of the past year,was reviewed and plans for the new year's work discussed. . : Prettiest Mile Dinner Party. Mrs. C. H. Hansen was hostess to a dinner party of twelve covers Monday at Prettiest Mile club. Luncheon Guests. Mrs. George Remington and Mrs. Bert Ran were luncheon guests Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ar , thur Dunbar of Omaha. v v Dinner Party. Mr. and Mrs. E. C Smith enter tained at dinner Thursday in honor of Miss Edna Spears, teacher in the South Side schools, and her mother, Mrs. Spears, and also for Dr. and Mrs. Wigton and children of Omaha. Pre-Easter Bazaar. Willing, workers of the Christian church will hold a pre-Easter bazar April 5 and 6 in the auditorium of the city hall. Cooked foods and hand-made articles will be for sale. ' A musical program will be givfcn 1 and ice cream and cake will be serv ed at 15 cents the plate on llie eve ning of April 4. B.. S. Chapter of the P. E. O. Sisterhood. Mrs. H. W. Wendland, 2708 North Forty-fifth avenue, will be hostess Monday to the members of the B. S. chapter of-the P. E. O. sisterhood. Tne subject for study is the "Novel," ir.. XT IT T..... r.. D o Slgr- nils i, . .jsuti. AU19. x. J.V. i anderhppe will lead the discussion. - N. F. C Convention. i The Second district convention of he Nebraska Federation of Wo men's clubs are planning an exccl ' Kvst program to be given April 13 ninji 14 in the Burgess-Nash au gMtrium. Some of the features x s Book revievt "an4 play by Dundee Woman's club, Vocal se lections by liure 1W Steinberg and the lirnson Woman's dub jur. let Talk on Ameriraniaiian, civ Ut and I'.reiit-teaditr iMoci.twn work, Wedueiday evening tinqut will be followed by an open reception. Mr. Penny, star president, and other prominent club women will be in attrudaiur. Baptist Mission Society, Members of the JUptiit Minion society will be entertained Thuriday afternoon at the home of Mn. C. II. I ari. A'"' the letton study, election of otiiccrt will be held. Dr. Wills to Fill Pulpit. Dr. John Maon Well, president of Grand KUud college, will fill the pulpit Sunday morning at the Ben ton Baptut cliutili. Personals. Mr. Richard Skaukey has been ill during the p.t two week. Mr. and Mr. V. L. Stirrer re turned hunday from Iowa Fall. Mr. Uetty ciley of Portland, Ore . i a guest at the home of Mrt. 1. I. hosier. Mrs. V. W. Smith, tr.. of Dalla. S. I)., it visiting her ton. F.. A, Smith, and Mrt. Smith. Mist M-shcl Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrt. L. M. Cook, it ill at the home of her patents. Mr. Paul Wilcox is home from the Clarkson hospital. Her mother, Mrs. belle II awes, is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ens have re turned to Newman Grove after liav ing visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sowards. Mrs. R. Burford and daughter. r.loise are spending the spring vara tion with relatives ami menus m Arkansas and Missouri. Dr. Richard Smith and wife and daughter, who have been at the home of Dr. Smith's mother. Mrs. T, J Smith, left Thursday for their uome at iiaunan. Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Byron W. Hart of the Sample-Hart Motor company. wno nave spent the past year and a half at Phoenix, Ariz., have returned to Omaha and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Galbrcath on Sixtieth avenue. Christ Child Society Confirmation will be administered at 4 o'clock this afternoon at St. Phil- omena church. Tea will be served following the services to the mem bers ot the class, at the Christ Child Center. The Junior American club will go on a hike and wciner roast Tuesday afternoon. Miss Nora Robinson will be in charge. Owing to the number of young men in the various clubs who are eager to play baseball this spring, it has been' decided to put a Class B and a Class C team in the City league. A meeting of the candidates torboth teams was held on lhurs day evening at the center. A practice game was scheduled for Sunday morning at Riverview park. ..The Christ Child Juniors will give a play entitled, "Up Caesar's Creek," on Friday evening at the center. The play portrays the joys and sorrows of a boys' club. Miss Lucille Win ner has coached the boys for this play. Miss Helen Mackin, pianist, has arranged a program to be given at the center Sunday afternoon, April 9. Piano solos will be given by four of Miss Mackin's pupils, Misses II. Francis, Mildred Soderstedt, Alice Martin and" Mrs. Gertrude Master son; readings by Misses Roberta and Carrie McGill; violin solos, Mey er Shapiro and David Robinson; pu pils of K. E. Brill, and the Misses Helen Henderson and Jean Elling ton, pupils of Miss Florence Bas-' lin Palmer will give several vocal selections. A baby buggy is needed at the center. Anyone wishing to donate a buggy is requested to call Atlan tic 2631. Y. W. C. A. Sunday Open house, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m., with lenten vesper service at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Carl R. Gray will speak on "The Holy pirit." Monday Supper, 5:45 -Jor Federa tion of Clubs; followed by individual club business meetings at 6:15, and a talk by Miss Elizabeth Howard on "What Is Religion." Glee club practice at 7:30 under direction of F. Albert Carlson. Basket ball games at 8:15. Class in millinery, 6:30 and personality, 7:30. Tuesday A new class will be started at 6:30 in sewing if 12 reg istrations are made. Wednesday The girl reserves of Technical High school will entertain their instructors at a party in the girls' club room at 3:30. Morris Girls' club supper, 5.30, followed by a short business meeting and a talk on "Care and Dressing of the Hair.'" First lesson in the second term of the drawing class, 7 p. m. Thursday Girls of student and freshman clubs of Central High school will meet at Sixteenth and Locust streets at 10 a. m. for a hike around Carter, lake. Each- girl will bring her own lunch. Busy Circle club supper, 6:15, followed by initia tion of new members. Beginning cookery class, 7 p.. m. A cookery class specializing in salads and sum mer luncheons will be started if 12 registrations are made, Friday Alumnae club dinner, 6:15, followed by open forum discussion Saturdav Storv hour at 3 n. m.W followed by gymnasium work for the younger girl reserves. Activities of Women Women in China wear warmers under their cloaks when the weather is cold. Sixteen women have announced their candidacy for the British parli ament. In proportion to the total popula tion Nevada has fewer women than any state in the union. Unemployment among women in Great Britain has decreased more than 33 per cent during the last six monthSj 9 II y. Tex Brick Exhibition an Inspira tion to Home Builders. joy the Ily-Tcx colouial, the oak bark textured surface sit rich au tumnal thadct, the beautiful dark reds which term to change in color ing as the mortar used shift from plain white through each varying tint to deep brown. Of unusual loveliness are the guumetal shade. A host of suggestions for the use of each brick showti is to be ob tained from the hand-tinted photo graphs of Ily-Tcx homes. Some of the best homes, institutions and business buildings iu Omaha are built of Ilv-'l ex, the brick of dis tinction and charm, which wilt more than satisfy the uust discriminating follower of art. A brick which is in keeping with the best architec tural designs for English, colonial and Dutch colonial homes. "Smiling Through." Sung During Picture of That Name This Week. ONE of the most interesting things about the picture shown at the Strand this week, Smiling Through" was the tinging through out the picture the delightful song by the same name. "Smiling Through" is written in five keys, C, D, E-flat, V and G, and is of fered on sale irr the sheet music department of the A. Hospe com pany. 1513 Douglas, for 40c a copy. You'll enjoy it immensely. There's a lot ot tun in tuc following new songs: Lonesome Hours ......30c Roaming 30c Don't Leave Me Mammy 30c I Wonder Blues 30c Dear Old Southland.... 30c Send postage in check when order ing by mail. m m m Alluring Spanish laces in silk, a $5 quality arc offered at $2.65. These in blacky brown and ivory, JO inches wide. Taffeta Frocks Drape Wide Bat- Wing Pieces at Either Side of the Longwaisted Bodice THE Ideal Button & Pleating Co., .Id floor Rrown blork. lfitli & Douglas did a considerable amount of flame colored picot edging as finish to a navy taffeta frock of long waisted silhouette which had wide ly draped pieces at each side. A shop to solve your problems of dec orative embellishment, 'you'll find their artistic suggestions most help ful. A coat dress of soft gray serge is embroidered in blue and trimmed with blue crepe Georgette. W The Mood of the Mode Demands That Dame Fashion Clad Her Dainty Ankles in Nude Hose. THE J. T. McQuillen company,' 1512 Karnam. lias an extensive SIXTEEN new panels of Hy.Tex TF YOU RE not acquainted, with tins in colder weailier the nobility, and laier all lollowcr of Faluon, wore brick have been added to the 1 the exouWieneit of Darwin tulip a super-tunic or mantle the cape-coat of the pre-rnt mole. . din.W In the hhowrooin uf the Ilv. ill showing of thee , ao vogue ua nau a more ouueu pa.i. .M.nc UffUys U Heritage Srlilw 're. lirTk company n af,; Ilainty uprii.g hlooin in the John co.i.ingly t present than the three-piece coituu.ei for Heir W O V. buTl I ng. Four. IUiIi Flwc? Shop, Eighteenth, and women and girl introdu.c4 lh.? pr.i.g. and none hat a more attured eem i and Paria n You will en- l'num. well worth while. The fu'urc than "the rule of three" in rrnug and summer fahiont. hue of the smartly tailored new silk Ilats Reblocked and Trimmed Os hose, "Wcldrest, in the fascmat- . . v,a,hm PAll,; niJ ing nude shade, a daintv sand color. Feathers Refashioned with a tint of rose so faint" that it HP HE Kruger Hat Shop, 303 Bark is 4 mere suggestion. Quite the J- xer block, is a resourceful sort ol loveliest of the season's new light shades! Sand, gray, castor, navy, brown, black arfd white, a complete line of the popular "Weldrest, known for its splendid wearing qual ities is now offered to the feminine ublic. The new Poiret skirt is circular and very full and so long that the wearer's feet are merely visible. Beauty Shop Changes Management With Dainty New Decorations in Keeping With Easter Time. THERE'S a new name on the door of the shop formerly known as the Drefold Beauty Shop, 1001 W. O. W. building. It is now the Crawford Beauty Shop, at the ser vice of Madam Umaha with tne same emcient start ot attendants which has long proved such a dc- ight. I'lione Jackson Every Decorative Accompaniment of the Easter Holiday in Stationery Department. I N THE stationery department of the Brandeis Stores there's an unusually festive appearance, table decorations, dainty new nut and candy containers, bridge and 500 scores, liand-dccoratcd, lames to cor respond, jolly little stickers which promise surprises at tne Dreakiast table on Easter morning, purple and white crepe paper bandings, paper cloths and napkins for the Easter church bazar and school festival. Especially interesting is tbe selec tion offered of appropriate greeting cards; impressive cards in subdued finfr.nc ri niirftl -itt- rnnv.ntmnat greeting in engraved script, each with a bit of decoration expressing the joyousness of Eastertide; fanci- fully decorated cards carrying greet ings more uitormal; jolly little Wil- ic N addles shakes a duckish head for "full of cleehe brines a happy wish from me," Cards at from 5c up. 1922 Darwin. Tulips Wave a Queenly Greeting to the Spring. - a place. Your hats take on a chic newness, your furs added luster, the . . . . shabby marabou a fluffy loveliness after clever: treatment here, Closed after 2 on Saturdays'. Quite the Best Looking Sport Skirts Seen This Spring A RE the new arrivals in tweeds, homespuns and novelty weaves on display in the sportswear depart ment on the main floor of Orkiu Bros., Hotel Conant building, Six teenth and Harney. There's an ap pealing sturdiness ahout the navy and gold combination in a roughly woven skirt with broad band of the navy five inches above the navy fringed edge. Unique in smartness the leather-bound button-holes on a "wrap-around" skirt with leather buttons. "Crepongee" is the fas cinating crepey fabric with side pan els bound in vivid color, the pointed sides extending far below the hem. A light colored skirt has a slashed ribbon fringe of the material, the color and effect closely resembling buckskin. Skirts for every use ranging in price from $7.50 to $12.50. Sweaters to wear with these charm ful new skirts are offered in mohair slip-overs, $2.95 and up and in the wool jersey tuxedoes, $7.95. If You're Undeniably Stout. V uw ue ut"B"lca l fcllow ol Kalhcrine M. Wikcr Barcley Corset Shop. 1037- at the 8 Citv Natl. Bank bldg., phone At. 7049 who has made a studv of solving corset problems for the large woman who must slenderize her lines by carefully fitted corsets and brassieres, Lotdr d) JSoppk villi R)y Lets became Petrarch and n't ,Wuc have maJe TUae lulls and streams immortal as his fame. Linked in melodious verse O'l'li Laura's name, Than for thy sake, O, Nature! have t strayed To this wild region. In the rockl) glade. Deep at the mountain's base, the fountains (f tp Their ceaseless gushing, till the voters leap MY DFARS: w HEN Rome was niilrci of lasiiiotung iiimseir a turepean enipne, the three-piece costume ruieq uie worm pi rasinoii. 1 lie irt garment of the Gierki, Romans and the I rani ws a tunic straight-line or slightly draped garment falling from neck to heel, con. lined at the low wait-lme by a girdle, olien or preyioui stone. Over Thre Three-Piece Costume Enhances Youth. . . rrTcvA:M" . . W Hailv in th I.amond Sne- . . . . . o J i cialty Shop, 17th and Farnam. Such chic, such charm do their designers to convey by artfully flared i, draped collars, gracefully contrive big cuffs. swaying cape-coatees hanging from the shoulders. A black and gray crepe valette has a closely pleated skirt below its platinum gray peas ant blouse with smocked fullness held in place by the rounded yoke. The sleeves, long and full, are close ly fitted round the hand by a nar row cuff. Unique trim on a crepe knit frock of white is a grouped band ing of tailor braid in black. The slip on coat is black in the same knitted fabric, while the character of ultra sinartness is a large, smoked pearl buckle which holds the ends of the draped scarf collar. You'll adore the "Betsyann" frocks. New Cambridge Crepes With Hand Blocked Borders, Imitate Nature in Spring Loveliness. rpHE Silk Shop, 1517 Douglas, is showing a fascinating new Cambridge crepe, in all shades, with wide borders, wincn comDine suotiy rharminc rnlnrs. Irrpsisfihlft fnr nf snorts ctciHa anri blouses. In the same crepe one may ' make selection of plain colors for the spring wrap. A rarely beautiful silk, $3.95 and $4.95; ivory with rose, blue and gold border; strikingly lovely beige with black and copper border of unique designing. When 1,1 need ot silks use the bilk shop mail order department. j j a. Procrastination Out of Order on Cleaning at Easter Time TJ) ERHAPS it's only another pair of gloves which is needed to com plete your costume for Easter day. But when 50 people wait until the last minute to scnrl "hist a oair of gloves at once please" vou can imagine what a problem is presented to the manazeinent of the drv clean- ing establishment. The Pantorium, Pany, Fourth floor, Paxton block, 16th & Jones, has the reputation Sixteenth and Farnam streets, this for cleaning gloves in such a scienti- spring. Uniquely shaped are they, fic manner that they're truly as good and they're quite apt to sway grace as new, no cracking and splitting of fully on the end of a silken cord, the kid which you may -have ex- Don't delay that Easter pleating perienced after a first wearing of and hemstitching 1 gloves cleaned by some processes. May I urge you to get your Easter dcanin in at once? Call Douglas 0963 for instant delivery service. Negligees are made with extreme- ly wide sleeves which, in many cases, bans longer, than the skirt, the world, and when Charlemagne was Pendant Earring, Necklace Cords and Bracelets to. Match Smartett of Spring-Time Jewels. T HE C. B. BROWN Jewel Shop, 4 South 16th Street, is offer ing to milady who would follow the loveliest Of spring Stylet the fasd- ...: , i . ... , Aung I'riiuaiii earrings, silken penn- atit cords and bracelets lo match, an unusually beautiful selection with new arrivals daily. Latent and love liest, a suggestion to "the man in llie case," for the gilt to the bride, is a set of platinum, pearl and onyx tas sel pendant earring and bracelet, the taiels of tiny seed pearls. Note the Hiplay in the north show window of inexpensive novelties in this new conceit of fashion. You'll find any color scheme you may fancy. Move Proves Popularity Luncheons in Omaha Box Tf"n i tti i w.m i nonu aritv was accorueu 1 the Miller box lunches by the . r 1. - Ti , . i. i ..... yina puunc auu now mac cue P'cn'C ,scaso 's 011 ha,ve beer. compelled to move to much larger quarters at 2203 Farnam, where they huvy uiicr ucnv-dLcasciii uiu yen ijr luncheon box service. Get the Mil ler box lunch habit, phone Douglas 6390, they have a fleet of automobile delivery service trucks which deliver free of charge to any part of the city. The box luncheons which In clude sandwiches, pickles, potato chips, cakes, cookies, fruit and home made pie are sold for 25 cents each. Easter Lilies of Unusual Perfection. TTTELSH'S FLOWERS" means VV more than a name on a 1 1 more than a name on a flower shop window or a decorative embellishment for the pasteboard flower container. It assures rare perfection jn the development of every flower bought in the new flower shop in the Brandeis theater lobby. Seventeenth and Douglas. Order your Easter lilies now, you 11 i. r 11 i v i be sure of unusually lovely blooms. Gray Canton crepe and black faille are an unusual and delightful com bination for a suit. When Is a Button More Than Button? mHK aucwrr vrtn II acrpe- is when " " - j - -o x it's one of the exquisitely mold- ed little affairs -which they're mak- ing up at the Mode Pleating com- If you d be quite, quite up-to-the minute, you'd surely have one of the new silk and wool lace blouses for sports wear. "Trcs charmant. these ivory-tinted exquisitries. It re quires one and one-half $3.95 for a blouse, yards at of 'A mighty torrent from the endless shade: A moment linger there in glassy rest. Break en the craggy steep with foaming crest. Then thunder through the chasm, swift and strong! So bursts the Poet's passion from his breast, Noiseless and Jeep and pure, ta flood erelong The listening tracts of Time with ceaseless tides of song! -VAUCLUSE, by WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER. Milady'i Gloves for the Easter Cos- tume Should Be Chosen With Supreme Care. . TVf TIItT ..I..... .I....,,,....... .., lin,. I ..,v..l. - Ill r..,.l .. v " - .,,. .,lrtu,j n( ,1PW e,nvrA ,,, a,.. company Milady's exquisite F.aiitrr costume. Jhe wcll-kiiown 1' remit glove, Chateau, is the one featured; a model to satisfy the woman of fastidious tastes with its dainty fash ioning, graceful lines. The U-hiit-ton length is the moxt popular this spring and is olTcred in mode and beaver shades in kid or suede at $6.50 a pair a glove to be worn with either long or short sleeves with equal correctness and comfort. 'Silk gloves in a complete range of colors and styles arc shown at from f I to $.'.75. Your Window Hangings Exquisitely Washed to New Beauty THE Omaha Lace Laundry, Wal nut 1351, washes window hang ings of all kinds in a most expert manner. So often one hesitates to trust cherished laces, sheer fabrics of artistic loveliness to the hands ot the cleaner or laundry. But here you w'ill find personal attention of skill ed craftsmen directed to each hang ing with results of marvelous beauty. Some tailored coats appear with out belts, and arc fringed with mon key fur. v. Permanent Wave When Scientifi cally Done Will Last A Lifetime. SO many question; arise at this time of the year relative to the permanent wave. Mr. Roberts of the Black and White room, Burgess Nash and Mr. Frank of the Salon de Beatue, Hotel Fontcnelle, turn out hundreds of exquisitely arranged permanent waves and are authorities on the subject of the Permanent Wave. In the first place, the machine used in their shops is the Nestle Waver, the operators, Nestle oper ators, every one of them highly skilled in the art of waving. No, madam, the wave will not injure the Lair, in fact it is highly beneficial to it. And madamoiselle need have no hesitancy about taking the ocean voyage, her coiffure will grow more wavy each day spent on the water. "Will the wave last," of a surety, if it were not for the fact that one's hair is constantly growing a bit the wave would be a truly pennant fix ture in one's life. May I submit further questions tc these authorities on the art of pennant waving. An evening gown of crepe de chine has accordion-pleated panels inserted in its straight skirt. Swagger, Golf and Outing Oxfords, mnAriMl Mn.. Aff TTmii.h.I T7fT Imported Hose of Unusual Effec tiveness. "PHE Townsend Gun company, i.309 Farnam, is showing a line of unusually smart golf and outing oxfords this spring. The golf shoe is rather wide of toe with ahlack saddle trim, effective indeed against the light background of smoked elk. The heel is a low one, the sole of Neolin, approved combination for sports wear. The outing oxford is slightly smaller of toe, with the new parallel stitching, quite notice able on its fine brown surface. Either pair at $7.50. Imported wool hose in the new rolled tops are of fered at $5 a pair. The footless wool hose for the summer traveler and sportswoman, $3. Ralstou sports shoes for Mnen, attractively "wear able" in appearance are $10 a pair. Pattern For Making Men's Shirts Found At Last I? you'd make shirts that are really tailored, get one of the pat terns made to measurement by, Burgess, well known shirt maker. 2nd floor, Karbach block, 15th & Douglas. You can also have the finishing touches, tailored button holes, initials, etc., added here. The spring line of shirt materials is now complete and ot unusual beauty, Samples mailed upon request m Select A Fascinating Frock Of Intricate Lines From Your Favor ite French Fashion Book. TlHE Keister School of Dressmak- ing, 16th floor City National Bank bldg., 16th & Harney, will cut a pattern to your measurements. These skilled teachers of tailoring and dressmaking will help you in all nf Vniir CfML-in n rmYiimb if vaii rrtv.A .1 ir.:i incut an uyyuiiuiiuy, luau oraers must enclose exact measurements with the picture, Five Hundred Etchings Art Gift to the Public. TlHE art department of the A. Hospe company, 1513 Douglas street, is offering to a delightful pub lic original etchings with autographs by leading artists absolutely free of charge, it the pictures are framed the department. Exquisitely etched on parchment and satin, steel engrav ings and carbons a limited number will be eiven to each Derson. A splendid opportunity for schools. homes, studios and offices. If You're a Wise Housewife You'll Attend This Sale DOWN at lluden they're stsg ing an cxtiaotduuiy sate of canned fiuiis and vrrtaMri, offer ing value which thicatcii to. biing an even laigrr crowd than that which attended the lc l tubular attractions Ut suuiuirr. Two car load ot tanned itood including the well-known Del Monte god aic of fered at prices which in.-ure the sue ces el the sale. "A wot J tn the wie," thrre has beeu a shortage of it nils and vri:eublc al the paikiitg centers which mean that in a few :?ln,,,l. 'J ."'". t".' b.m! will clinili "ky high." UelciUbly ..rcnaied iiiinatMilen. aniicntst. straw- . .. ...I . I.I . .I I I I.i-rrir .l.n.l le oliereJ anions the -- - - fiuiis with gallon cans for the larger families and boarding home. A sale you cannot altord to mill. The little niand.it in coat continue to be fcatuted. It i gencially woin with a matching sratf. Gifts for Confirmation. THE John Henriekson Jewel 1 shop, SiMee nth and Capitol, are living up to their reputation of the "Jewel Gift Shop" by offering con fit inatioii gifts of true appropriate ness, unusual values in rings, pearls and watches. For boys are the stur dy seal rings for git Is dainty pearl mounted in plain gold rings. Watches of well-known dependability true timepieces for the boys, daintr wrist watches for the girls. The indestructible pearl suggest an es pecially lovely gift to be woin throughout a lifetime. Hat Sale Crowd. Attract! Enthusiastic A delighted crowd attended the sa ale at the Botsford Hat Shop, second floor, Neville block. Six teenth and Harney, on Saturday. There are still some very pretty hat models left at $1, $3 and $ 5. Spring hats are arriving daily in this smart little shop which offers unusual val ues up to $15. . Buttermilk a Food ot True Delld ousness - DOCTORS agree that the habit of drinking buttermilk is a most beneficial one, and if you've ever tasted the buttermilk, fresh each day at the Alamito Dairy. 26th & Leavcnworth, you'll aeree that it is ... . . . .. a truly delicious prescription. Re freshing, nutritous, it is a welcome addition to the menu at any time of the year. Obtainable from any of the Alamito wagons, or will be de livered to your door upon receipt of telephone order, Douglas 0409. Confirmation Pictures Given Spe cial Attention in This Studio THE Nelson studio, 2nd floor -1- Paxton block, 16th & Harney, are devoting special attention just now to confirmation pictures. Their prices too are specially quoted to confirmation classes. You'll find the work in this studio excellent, a moving picture lighting system making possible splendid work on cloudy days, as well as evening ap pointments for those unable to come during the day. Phone Douglas 4787; When Fashion Speaks. Black-and-white checkerboard wool jersey makes a striking cape costume for sports wear. Many new models have normal waist lines, though the low waist line is still in favor. The long bouffant skirt is find- considerable favor, especially for lormai gowns. A frock of brown crepe maro cain has a blouse and underskirt of tarnished silver lace. Shiny black cellophane roses give the "finishing touch" to a frock of' , h,ack cashmere crepe and white chif- ' ti,. ctiri. f made so that t,)e ed . is about six inches from the ankle uuiic. No lovlicr way to convey the Easter message is afforded than by means of the hand decorated parch ment greeting folders, 35c and 50c. The lilies white The meadows gay Bring joy to you This Easter Day. fTU!t Trademark Rrlitrel IT. S. . fateot Olfkt. Adv. (m