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THE SUNDAY BKE: OMAHA. DECEMBER 3, 1922.
Society j Chamber of Commerce Women Winners
University Club Party
Apparently ins I'olversity tlub
inemher fl (hut dinner danis r
a crying- used l"f hsfor card of
unii'iuii' fin.fit for tlx Jr Xiiin party,
to be nlvn iH'ii'r I. wr
luiiii'd, rrrvtloii for 234 place bad
ln funds, Th mc I limited to
') diner In all, Tda commute In
thaig la wal'lnir arid watching and
If enough applicant !, h nir
llfimril they will Klv an "overflow
dinner danca" tha Krldsy evening
Among- th holding reservation
ar t(, (I. M'Knl, 4 Chester C.
Will, $, H. A. Van (rdl, 12; It,
IImkk l,mr, ; A, f, lluell, I; ('.
VV, Kiik"II, ; l( Kltkpatrbk, II
(?, I', M'n, 4 I- l l.lnduulst,
It, Claranra ftiibemlall, 12: II. If.
lwihsiii, I, and I 'i I rank fixilln, I
Xiim Niht Dunn? (Jiven for
on i if Ida flit nrtla to m n
tioMiM'ail for lh Country club 1ur-
Inn Hi holiday aniii will ! l van
Xmaa Ms Id by Mrs, W. It Adair
fur hr daughter Miss Msrjorl Adair
Who la h student at Hi" Karmlngton
school, Kormlngion (!oun,, Mla Adair
will return to Omaha Iwceniber 22
fur lr Xma vain l ion,
Mm. iJjivi to FiiUTtHiii.
Mia ivl win Imvln la planning to
give exile of four inmI during
I (in uiher, Tlia first la to a t
Kiilurday afternoon, I . ml"-r lfl, aj I v
r ii at ilia horn of hr mother, Mia,
I'. K IlnlliM' Ii, On tha following Mon
day Ir, and Mr. Imvl will ha host
and hots at an avaniny bridge, and
gulii mi Hi" 21 mill 27,
Viiiin(r Mm. Kvjmi.
Mis Anna Armstrong of Hprlngflsld,
III,, la Ilia UU"t of Mra, John Jiwlght
Kviiri, Mln Armstrong and Ml",
Kvsn wi i liMamiite at Ilia Western
college, f'rt, O, whn Mm, Kvana
wna Mis l,ol lbwell,
Ilia marriage of Mis Margaret
Arhouiisr, formerly tit Carlelnn, Neb,,
and Mr, Arthur II. Tunis, formerly
(if Chicago, Waa anlnrniili1 at tha
J'lMt lnitlat rliui't'h Thaiikailvliiit
aflrrnimn t 4 o'nliiiik, tha Ilev. W,
II, fillM rillli'lHiliiR, I'rxecdlnc Ilia
re ruiiMniy Mix rinla Adun fif Curia
l(,n, Ntili.i aiing "llai'HuxK," and (ilwy
nd tha Ldlimmiln wmMIhii tiiarch,
Tlia hrlda wwa Mtlxiiilnd hy Mlaa I'luni
Jtoaa aa timid nf honor and Mia
Ml'la Kwnri aa hildcNmnld , lha
Krontn wna mtnailad ly Mr. Ouy SSnr
luiiiah, Aftai ii option at tha hnma
if tha lirld), Mr, and Mra. Tutlla lft
tor A "hurt wmlrtlfi trip, ilina
ArlH)WMt, aiMlar t tha hrlrt", alao
from Ciirlnloit, wwa naant for tha
The Woman's View as
Seen in London
Tha IijMiticn aod rrofvualonal
Wutnan'a division of tha Cruwiihar tif
Conimorfa la Making a aanaailonal
aucrraa of Ha arllala' couraa thla ara-
ami, At thlr Aral nittnlr, rloranc
MaiVih, a lr-r crowd crowded tha
Auditorium than ha hard altigrr
thr alnr (,'aniDO niada hi Inat !
naaraura. rrrmiiorl ar a good for
word aiidli'iii' when tha Criterion
Mala Quai'ttilta aiiprara at lha aama
placa and undr tha aam auatilona,
tomorrow riittht, Pacfmlxir 4,
Thaaa flv (1inmhr of Common-
womn wr prlw wlnm-i during
twnwofk irlod of tlrkt aalllna;,
MIm I'mih I), Miminln aold 12s tkk-
at and wna glvon an art mirror.
MImn MiikUIii Ii'ik rhnrga of tha credit
lapartment of thu Nahraak Clothing
Mla Kulhryn Kelly, lit rharg of
lha pfrtloymnt (Icfii rtrnont for th
Northweirrn Jltll Telephnna roin
pany, aold in tli'ltotaj ami received n
Iiiik lio of candy, Mr, Corlnna
H':hMd, owner of lha Hiihad Hllitiou
and ('iiilxm company, won a gold
pencil, Mr. 1'erla lluiigiHe, building,.
liiniinK'T ior ino rsii i rum mm-
pany, f n Ir of pillow, and Mia
Margnret lloffmiinn, who I with lh
Nutlmiul Clly compnny, poaaeeaea a
leauty cheat for prowea at tlckat
i w r
i y - v
; 'il Afr r2&
On Tlwnkagfvlng day at 4 tha wed.
ding of Ml rimab" May Mpuncer,
daughter of Mr, and Mr. V, A. Hpen
Mr, to Jleglnalrt A. Krry, wa
i)amnl1 by th Hev, (1, R, rllarkan.
brack at tha rirat t:hrlatlitn church,
Th brld wor (lark hlua gown with
lac leva nd her hat drooped with
dark , bin plume. Her corg waa
(if pink wet pen and roe.
n. M. Wunuell plityert tha wedding
nireh nd Mr, Helen Tuily of Lin
coln aang "I I,ov Yi Truly." rol
lowing th ceremony theia wit a re
ception at lh noma of Mr, mid Mr.
Th young connla are vmmlnent In
church nd muelcnl circle and lh
Krnom I ft turtnt t the Nebraaka,
Medic I (chnnl,
Mr tind Mr. Wallace C. Tolt,
fnniterly of Cedar Itapld. Ia n.
rnuin, th ngagemnt of thelr
dughtr, Ivb 1,1111th lo Chnrle H.
I,ron, ion vt Mr. and Mr, Her
man lron of CUiuniii Itluffa, I.
Th marring will tnk pine ome
tlm tbl month.
Ml McCrann Kngaged.
Vv, and Mr, W, J. McCrann n-
nounc the enicwncni ot inctr
daughlnr, Ml Kathlven McCrnnn, to
Htanley Taul Wallln, on of Mr, C.
l Wallln. They will bo married dur
ing th Xmit Imlldiiy,
Mr, ind Mi. Jacob lUrahnck of
nock Inland, 111,, announce th en
gagement of thulr aleter, I)orl Ilr
ehark of Omiihii, to Hum Veil, aon of
Mr, and Mr, Mux Tell. No data
ha been t for Ihn wrddlng.
Mr, nd Mil. fl, W, Townaend had
tha following guet to din with
them Fridays Mr, A. O, Hiimll of
rneblo, C'olo.i Mr. Oull II. Jobnaon
of Omaha ami J"hn W. Townaend, a
atudent at th Unlverally of Nebraaka.
Mr, lUmel I vlaltlng hi old homo
In Omaha after n abaenc of aev
ernl yeara In Colorado, whera h la
eilliervlaor of th Hnn Inbl Nntlonul
For Thanlmiilvliig (Jut.
Mr. II. A. Waller entertained Fri
day at a. beautifully appointed lunch
eon In honor of her nlce, Ml Mar
garet Dudley, Ml" Dudley, who at
tend Nebraaka Weeleyan, wa In
Omaha during th Thankaglvlng holiday.
Haas Brothers, Gray Shop"
for women who require
DISTINCTION, which cornea from ikillful
ipei'ialualion which take into account
vry minute detail, every ubtl iha.le of
color t hi I the unmiitakabl mark of fh
iuni prentt In Hrothr' Gray Shop,
ONLY through thumugh undvntatulipg
of th particular rquirinnt of th
Urgvr giiv eull tuh lndvriiirg affect b
achi-v i ii tut4 In lh apiutrcl hr.
Surely, thut I artmry In fhion rrri4
perfection ol often en,
NTOR t chMiitf In IU Pfthfr Cray
I $Hap Iim,t4 Ia th iitutl M-lvvtlni fr
Utk' ' try 'ith"ntti of
th lie niotl I rHrMnl4 mi lhr rum.
lr t iwi'llMinli f Jijt, I'oat. t t',
rtvk ftit ry ..un. lli, ar
U ( IVttUit!, littery, t'wrMt, !tt.
! Very attiy ru4
.a, i yu wtsxt 4 tit ru'V"'i? 42 h 5fi jut
Mr. J, L, Knley I home from a
two month vlalt in Ohio,
Th Mixae IrntU Conway and
Luclna Wlmmer are pendlng the
week end In Tender, Neb,
Mr .ami Mr. Max Hlotcky have re
turned from their wedding trip and
nro (topping at th KluckHtone.
Mr. Allc Mclntoah of Fort Wayne,
Ind., I the gueat of Mr, M, Prea
ton and of Ml Kllwibeth McClure",
Mr. and Mr. Dwlght L. Cramer
Icttv Monday with their "mall on,
liryant, to make their home In North
I lolntoii, Va.
Ml Marjorla Adair who Ii In chool
In Ftirmlngton, Conn,, will return
December 22 to be with her parent
Mr. and Mr. W. K. Adair.
Max Dot t man who I In ichool In
Ann lbiibor, Mich,, will return to
Omaha December 18 to vllt hi par
ent Mr, and Mr, S, Oottmnn over
Mr. A. H. Crocker left Saturday
for Han Hernardlno, Cal., to pend the
winter with her on, Herbert. Mr.
8 W, Crocker accompanied her and
will top lit Halt Lake City,
Mr, Karl T. McKlrath, daughter of
Mr. and Mra. 8. W. Townaend, left
for Ht. Paul, Minn., Wednesday even
ing to Join her h unhand, who moved
recently from Omaha to St. I'aul.
Mies Marl Rchrum 1 spending the
weekend in Columbus, following a
visit In Lincoln, where sho attended
the Llncoln-Notre Dnme game on
Mis Josephine Hthurman leave
Smith college, Northampton, Mass.,
December IS. and will be In Omaha
December 17, to spend xma vacation
with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Mr. F. J, Stack and dauRhter, Mis
Florence, will return the first of th
week from Chlcugo where they apent
Thanksgiving with Mr. Slack' par
ent", Mr, and Mr. Frank G. Cowlea.
Mia Murle Millet and her brother,
(Ivorge Millet f Otumwa, la., are
visiting Thomas Kuhn and Jack
Welpton at the horn of Mr. Isaac
Kuhn. Th host and guesta made a
party to Uncoln ThurUy for the
Notr Dame game,
Mr. John H. Culkin returned Wed
nesday from San Francisco, where
he has twt-n v lulling her aister, Mr,
(leorg Orundy, who h been serlou
Iv HI and la rruiitiliig. Mr.
Isuline Inlanev, mother of Mr.
tlrun.ly, l;i with her now.
Mr, and Mra. t'.Uin V, Thump
son i'f Ittltae T, aiiiiouiu tha
Nrth -f ' U'tirl IM'n Thomp
son In.lsy, leener I, In Ittllas.
Tha b.y la gin tm tt Mr. an-t
Mr. It. t Uiuiliu ,. this rity. hi
nthe fi.riorrlv M. t tub
tUmlliAn. sir M Mi. lUmlttun
r in I "II
I t MkM KmiMPf,
I't U ssi.ing M . MsuJ Kwny
el tl niy Mil huni( y l tl
th kuung li.liva at tjiMll frtf
la Ik art J (, i h, ant t ta tuy fcU
Mu Kwii wilt kin tu
Iieneflt Card Tarty.
Iteservation for the benefit card
party to be given by the Bonevolent
and Patriotic Order of Doe Thurs
day afternoon, 2 o'clock, In the Klka'
club rooms, may be made with Mr.
Jume Craddock, Walnut 23S7, or Mr.
W, H. H. Walker, Harney 0323.
Among the prize are a silk sweater,
genuine walrus shopping bag, tinted
an t In finish compote, hammered bras
firn basket, two hand-embroldnred
card t a bio cover and one dozen
American beauty roses. There will
also be a door prize and free for all.
Proceeds will be used for benevolent
Itniieft llridge a Hucces.
Approximately $100 was cleared
from the bridge party given Friday
afternoon at the Conant hotel for the
benefit of the new building, which la
being erected by the National Kin
dergarten school In Evanston, III.
Mr, Itlchard ' 'Oilier was chairman
of th committee In charge of the
affair, which was sponsored by Omaha
alumnae of the school.
Miss Dorothy Weller, president of
thy Omaha Alumnae association, left
Friday evening for Chicago to attend
a meeting at the school, when plana
for tha new building will be made,
Card Party and Itazar.
The women of St. Margaret Marys
parish will conduct a, bazar Friday
evening and all day Saturday at the
school hall, Fiftieth and California
street. On Friday evening a card
party will be held In connection with
the affair and dancing will be a fea
ture on Saturday evening. Hand
made ertlcloa suitable for Christmas
gift will be on sale. '
St. Bernard Parish.
The ladies of St. Bernard parish
will entertain at cards Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 in the city hall In
(Imdon fashion or Interestingly
described by a correspondent In
dally paper there, and here reprinted.
There 1 on thing certain about
th new fashions, and that 1 that
tiestties 1 going to t d rlgueur
Home kind of trim waistlln will
b seen, for when tha straight drss
U still worn It Is no longer ahap
les and floppy, but banded tightly
round t ho hip. Ther ar no eccn
trliitii-, no owtriigeou shortness of
skirts, no floppy, uneven hemline.
Tha head of some of the big French
houie hnv set their face sgslnst
th floating scrap of chiffon, th
unevenly hanging panel and scarves,
and th general "hunchlnes' of ap
pearance which marked last senson'
model. And that mean that Eng.
land will presently follow wher Tarl
The favhlon was never ,ln th opln
Ion of the writer, a pretty one, and
always looked untidy. When a skirt
It full It will be frankly full; wher
It hang (tratghtly It will nearly
touch th ground, and Ita dnptrlea
will fall Into a definite train, or vn
Into a double train. A good model
on these tine wa shown a week
ago In a heavy black crepe, embrold
ered with the fashionable seablu
glass bead. Floating away from th
skirt, and resting In two long point
on the floor, wa a hanging drapery
that divided Itself Into two. Th
effect was graceful and height-giving,
nnd thn gown had nothing eccentric
In Its design, but wa marked by
quiet taste and reticence.
Another black dress which falls In
completely straight lines, ha a very
wide band (six inches wide or more)
of brilliant steel round the waist, or
Just below the wulst. Thl form
the sole trimming. A dignified gown
h a black satin foundation, covered
with sand-colored lace, used in con
Junction with a black lace which
forms the sleeve. The use of a col
ored lac and a black lace ouetlr
U much favored.
A Fashion of the Moment.
Another fashion of the moment I
that the back of dresses are often
more ornamental than the front. A
plain black velvet gown ha a hang
ing cae of black luce from the shoul
ders, and a hanging panel of black
luce over the back of the skirt, while
a seml-glrdle of red roses crosses tbe
waistline at the back only, and show
through the transparency of the
hanging cape- From the front, the
gown look severely simple, with a
mere suggestion of a cape fulling
over the arms.
Arms are once more covered In the
evening a sensible fashion when
winter day are coming in. Some
time two long, straight, narrow pan
el of material are put in across the
top of the chouldcr, and fall loosely
over the arm. Sometime a re
movable sleeve is used, and this give
variety to an evening gown. The
upper part of the arm is bare, but
six inches below the shoulder a band
set In elastic Is slipped on the arm,
and from this depend a soft, flowing
drapery which fall to the wrist. The
band may be of lace or embroidery,
and the drapery Is of the earns ma
terial as the dress itself.
One must chronicle again the fact
that a kind of suggestion of a bustle
Is seen on many models. Whether
this fashion will penetrate from the
dressmaker's salon Into the private
bouse remains to be seen. Many
skirts are caught up into a full
bunchy drapery at the back, whence
depends a small square train resting
some Inches on the ground. Often
a very largo bunch of looped material
is placed to one side of the hip, and
this Is rtlffened Inside with muslin,
while the rest of the gown is tightly
swathed to the figure.
The Draped Dress.
Draperies are always difficult to de
scribe In words. The draped dress Is
one that require great nicety of taste
and a good sense of proportion and
r A Gift Sure to Pleaae
Wany other article In oar
stock make beautiful and
Kodak Albums Autograph Albums (coming back)
Binoculars Lantern Slide and Opaque Projectors
Eversharp Pencils and Pens Enlargements, Tinted or
Plain, Framed or Mounted Framed Mottoes Christ
mas Cards and Seals Embossed Stationery.
Tom In and llrue Iroand
The Robert Dempster Co.
(Carina Kodak to.)
MJ larnarn tL Hrama-309 8. Kta 81
line to achieve. Almost any dies
maker can make th straight bodlc
and bouffant skirt of th present
day eeml-Victurbin frock, which con
ceal th silhouette, tint the draied
dre require a touch of genius, and
an ) for lh line of th human
I hav eldom en one more beau
tiful than an English model, shown
last week, In pale grey autln, arranged
with a pointed tunlo in front and a
abort quar train at the back. The
draper! wer gathered on on hip,
and from thl clustering point long
line of softly chining aequln radi
ated outward Ilk th ray of th
un, upward and downwards and
around until thy lost themselvc In
th fold of th material. Thl gown
wa Insolred not in Purls, but In In
don, and 1 amlnently suited to tbe
tall alanderne of Kngllsh women.
If this dres drew It Inspiration
from th un'a ray, another owe a
debt to th aky at night. It I a deep
soft blue crepe, absolutely simple In
cut. It Is diamante all over with tiny
point, which shine like the itur of
th Armament. Th bodlc I crossed
plainly over, and Is girdled In sliver.
Each tiny spark of diamante is let
Into the material, rot merely worked
on Ita surface. On I always amazed
at the simplicity of som entirely new
effect which apparently ha never
been thought of before. And thl
I th effect which th well dressed
woman must achieve at present, when
elaboration and eccentricity hav
been banished from the realm of fash
For "Hello Hill" Cast.
Mis Hazel Nichols entertained sev
eral member of tbo cast of "Hello
Dill" at luncheon at tbe nrandci
restaurant Friday when her guests
wer Mr. and Mr. M. K. Aldrleh,
Mrs. M. Donahey, the Misse Kthel
Nunn and Mildred Dennlson and
Messrs. Ike Miner, Ralph Rieohcllcu
and George Hi gerow.
Bazar and Luncheon.
Dadies of tho O. A. II., Garfield cir
cle No. II, have made arrangements
to hold a bazar and luncheon on De
cember 4, 6 and t In the basement
of the court house to secure funds
for Christmas donation. Member
and friends will be provided for on
The Woman's Aid aoclety of Lowe
Avenue Presbyterian church will con
duct a bazar Friday afternoon and
evening In the church parlors. Mes
dame J. A. McClaln and Robert Mc
Lennan will be In charge. The bazar
will be preceded by 1 o'clock lun
A "dollar party" will be a feature
of the social meeting and card party
of Ak Bar Ben knnslngton Friday
evening, 8 o'clock at Masonic Temple.
Members are asked to earn a dollar
and relate their experiences In ac
A turkey dinner with Kngllsh plum
pudding will ba served at th First
Methodist church, Twentieth and
Davenport streets, Tliurmbiy evening
nt 1 11 o'clock. Jti's.rviitiina may I
made with Mr. W, II. Woerner, Ken
I O. K. Club Knlertalner.
Th I.. O. K. club will entertain at a
luncheon and curd party Tuevduy,
12;4& o'clock lit the l4J'ul hotel. Re
servation" may bu miuie with Mrs.
Kay (liHidrow or Mrs. John I, Me
drt before Monday, t p. in.
Ht. John'" F.plNcopul church women
will give a card party Tuesday at
2 p. in. at tho parish room", Twenty
fifth and Drown street.
t rrsieot Darning ( tub.
Th descent Formal d.tnclng club
rave it party st th Scottish ltlla
(itthedtal Friday evening to 100 cou
ple. Overe league.
Th Women' Oversea league will
nuet for dinner Tuesday evening,
6 30 o'clock at lh Y. W. I. A. Din
ner will bo followed by a bunion
4 hurt h lliunr.
The women of Hi. Andrew Kpls.-o.
put church will bold a bazar In th
court bouse Monday and Tuesday.
Add m slice of onion to tomatoei
when first put on to stew. It can bs
removed befor thickening the toma
toes but th flavor will remain.
An Opportune Sale of
for Christmns Gifts
JV11 1 jSH
rkeat lH Wff.
g il. JJ.JLA.X wM-
. VWHEN YOU THINrfOf SILK.THINK OF THE SILK 6H0P
' 1517'D0UGLA8 8T.
offers a special purchase of Black Silks
for Monday at surprising savings
40-Inch 81 In Canton A fld-Inrb Sal In Cliai-meuae
rich raven black, very A beautiful toft drapy
soft lustrous finish; a reg- silk suitable for all occa-
ular I4.C0 qual- (JO f?Q slons; $2 SO ral- Q1 QQ
Ity, per yard.,. P&OV ue, per yard... Plt7
40-Inch Satin Suede That rich, deep, dull fin
iHh bo much wantod for the new afternoon
frock j extra pood weight; a I0 PA
$3.95 value, per yard pu0J
30-Inch All Silk Hpnnlnh 40-Ini-li Satin Hacked Da
Lares In a beautiful ret) n One of the most
range of patterns, both popular silks of the sea
flounce and all- ?1 Q. aon; 15.00 value, PO Off
over effects, yd, P-i-t7J per yard ip&UO
Our Hosiery Dept.
is one of the most complete In
the city showing the newest
silk, wool and wool and silk
hose in all the wanted color
ings at lowest possible price,
liny your Christmas bose at
thl popular department
Phoenix Silk nnd Wool Hose
1.3S. 81.85. 81.05.
$2..ir. 82.55. 82.85
(un Metal Chiffon Hosp Very
sheer, special, CO QK
T HiaM I) Vtesl
Mr '-! Mia, J W t f Wi) an I
Ilt tt iMtu U-a A ) Ct.
11 1 ,! h Ik I'.-. rt
M, Jwfca i tl. I us Ifc
tU"it MuMaty .. t 14 A
- 'SI -' i 'ifi
Poiret Twill, Tricotine,
Silk, Canton Crcpri.
rofm.ily rrid $2t.S0.
The public is respectfully invited to inspect our new store and its wonderful
showing of new merchandise. When we moved into our present location,
almost four months ago, it was our intention to have a formal opening at that
time, but delayed the event until we could show our friends our fully com
A Word About Our Store
Our new jewelry store is cozy, convenient, and arranged with full regard
for the shopping comfort of our friends and patrons. The goods are all plainly
marked. The offerings in our wallcases, unlike as in most stores, may be
inspected without the assistance of the clerks, and attached price tickets, with
good-sized, readable figures plainly in view, make shopping here a comfort
not enjoyed everywhere.
We Are Now Ready to
You may come here all of this week with the assurance that we will feel
grateful for your call. We will gladly assist you in the inspection of our
many exclusive creations, and no obligations will attach beyond what we owe
you for the courtesy of your call and for your sell wishes.
Souvenirs for the Ladies
Al long at the supply will lait we will gic eJi l.ulv a lumUnnr and useful
ouenir. We are parttiulaily anximu a cmIi u( our old tubulin
receive one of these, at they aie well wotth havM-itr. but il will I nrvenjiy
for )uu t' call ratty in the wrtk to make iute of t!u.
TLCombsfi Mazer Co.
Omaha's MasUr JriuUrs
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