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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEEt DECEMBER , JD07.
SOCIETY TO HAVE FULL WEEK
"My a Few Largs Main Scheduled,
the Majority Being Unimportant.
HOLIDAY PLANS CHYSTALUZIXQ
'oil aa Mich Brhaol Sfrrleilea
Have Alreatr Drlill
Data for Parties Darta
M ratio Miii.
5nr I met a woodland sprite,
In a dell I spied her.
Lovely vlalon, plnk-and-whlte.
And I paused beside ber.
Btralrht I asked the nymph her name;
Could not help but fldiret
W7in she said to me. "The same.
Please ye sir, Is iirldgetl"
t was startled, and I cried,
"Are you not a fairy?"
and, the winning; witch replied,
"Sural From Tlpperaryl
Wasn't that a funny caaeT
Had It e'er an equal?
Servant looking for a "place!"
Thera will b no sequel!
, The Disappointed.
. Tm Racial Calendar.
MONDAY Temple Israel Sisterhood,
whlet party; Mrs. Clement Chase, Mon
day bridge club.
rUKSDAY Mrs. Charles Swearlnger,
WEDNEBDAY-Mrs. ' John Iman, West
Side club; Mrs. Frank Weaver, Hans
pom park club; Mre. Anna Forby Coy,
Degnes club; Mrs. W. 8. Curtis, Round
Do sen club; Mrs. John R. McPonald,
tea from S to 6 for Mra J. H. Beaton;
Mrs. Morris Levy and Mrs. Philip
flchwsrts, card party at the home of
Mrs. Levi; Mlns Kllsagvth McConnell for
Miss Bertha Phllllppl; Mrs. George A.
Joslyn. evening party for her guests,
the Mlssee Dalley of Minneapolis.
lUKRBDA Y Mrs. II. Aable. Comls club;
Judge and Mrs. W. A, Foster, Jolly
Sixteen club; Mr. and Mrs. F. II.
Twivls, evening reception for Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Latham Davis; Mrs. W.
8. Popnleton, Original Cooking club;
Mrs. Glenn Campbell, Central Whist
club: Mrs. Arthur Draper Smith,
luncheon for Miss Bertha Phllllppl;
Miss Daisy Rogers and Mr. Arthur
Rogers, evenlna card part for Miss
Blanche Howland snd Mr. Ed. Br.
FRIDAY Mrs. W. ,T. Burns, Friday
brldVe club; Mrs. Alex Jetes, Original
Swastika club; Mrs. W. H. Kreves.
high Ave party; Mrs. Karl Klnllnger,
New Friday club; . Capitol Hill dancing
club at Chamber's.
BATT'PDAY Mrs. N. 15. fpdlke snd Mrs.
P. H. ITpdie. P. E. O.. Bterhood at the
noma of Mrs. N. B. Tpdlke; Mr. and
Mra. James Cook, Wyoarla club; Mr.
Stid Mrs. K. K. Klmherelv. Week End
club; Mrs. T. II. Korty. Popnleton Ave.,
card club: Mlna I.lnn Carpenter, dinner
for M'as Bertha PhllllpnJ and Mr. F.1
wood T. Bailey: Mr. and Mrs. S. D,
Parkalow, dinner for Mr. and Mrs.
Thomus L. Dsvts; Saturday Night club,
dance at Chambers.
Thanksgiving and the reception given hy
Mrs. T. R. CNmlng Friday In honor of
Mrs. Frank Hamilton, one of the fall
brides, were the two red letter events of
Inst week, introducing variety In the so
cial regime, which had been stamped by
sameness of lata with Its continuous round
of club meetings.
Of course, oollege students who arrived
last Wednesday and Thursday to Join fam
ily parties and "turkey" dinners hava been
making their presence felt, having been
honor guests at Innumerable affairs, most
of whloh have been Informal, however. The
sororities hare been especially active.
Many of the young folks leave todny for
their various schools and 1 their departure
Is the occasion for several face well din
pert. Parties of four and six have been
planned to accompany them io the station
and a large ten-pound box of candy Is on
waiting for one very popular miss whose
destlnattqn Is no. farther away than Lin
coln, but the ardent suitor says: "It fa ab
sence not distance that counts." From
now on there Is encouraging . promise of
continuous good times. The prominent
event of this week will be the large re
ception to be given Thursday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davie in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Davis, just home
from their wedding trip.
The holiday calendar Is already beginning
to fill up, reminding one that Christmas
will soon be here and with It that Irre
pressible set of young people that make
the midwinter vacation one of the gayest
and fullest weeks of the year. A number
of definite dates have been announced for
Christmas week parties.
Monday, December 23 the Ben I or Prom
of the Omana High school will be given
Tuesday, December 24. Omlcron Alpha PI
dancing party. Thursday. December 27,
Phi Lambda Cpsllon, fraternity of the
Omaha High school, dancing party. Sat
urday, December 28, Wlnfie.ld dance, and
on New Year's eve the members of the
Cotillion club are planning to give a party,
but as yet their plans are Indefinite, as
no meeting has ben held.
The local smart set Is datly expecting an
engagement announcment as a s-quel to
an affair which Is causing considerable In
terest, as the two ausptrlonrd are not only
very prominently socially, but are excep
tionally popular. The young woman spent
several months of last year abroad, while
the man In question has travelled exten
sively In Europe and Is said to speak
French like a native. He Is also promi
nent In business as a clever architect.
Pleas area Past.
Mr. Louis Haller was host Friday even
ing at a delightful but Informal dinner,
when his guests wars Mr. Guy Robertson,
Mr. QUbert Barnes, Mr. Cecil lierryman,
Mr. Louis Hendrlukson and Mr. Henry
The Original Swastika club gave a mat
inee party Wednesday at Boyd's, preceded
by luncheon at the Henshaw. Those pres
ent were:, Mrs. F. M. Swearlnger, Mrs.
J. E. Shaffer, Mrs. S. J. Bonier, Mrs. Alex
Jetes, Mrs. Charles Webber, Mrs. F, Foote,
Mrs. A. Martin. Mrs. J. C. Reeder and
Mrs. L Foley.
In honor of Mrs. Fred Patterson, who
leaves this week to make her home In
Sioux CVy, the members of Hanacom Park
Methodist church gave a reception Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Shelly. One of the unique features
of tlwe evening was a nan. story told by the
hostess In which she Included the namtts
of most of her guests.
The Pleasant Hour High Five club was
entertained Friday afternoon at the home
ut Mrs. Eugene Atkins. The prises for the
card game were won by Mrs. Dan Shull and
Mra C Q. Sutton. Those present Were:
Mrs. Charles F. Willie, Mrs. Lou Traynor,
Mrs. Orson Stevenson, Mra bi. Gibson, Mrs.
II. F. Plllsbury. Mrs. A. M. Feaiherstone.
Mrs. C. G. Sutton and Mra Dan Shull.
The' Saturday night club was enter
(allied this week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Ochiltree. All of the members
weis present lueludlng: Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Murray, Mr. and Mra
George Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. John Eyl?r.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robidoux,- Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Palmatler and Mr. ana Mrs, B.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dwie entertained
the Harmony club Saturday evening at
their home, all of the members being
present. The membership Includes: Mr.
and Mis. Charles E. Bales,. Mr. .and Mrs.
K. A. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Breckenrtdge, Mr. and
Mra. Robert Dlunl.ig. Mr. and Mra W. L.
Selby. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoy, Mr
aud Mia 11. N. Wood, Judge and Mia. W
H. Munger, Mn and Mrs. B. T. White,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 9crlbnar, Mr. and
Mra E. D. Van Court, Mr. and Mra
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Pollard and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewlng. The next
meeting of the club will be In two weeks
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Breck
The Sacajawea club was entertained Frl
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. R S.
Wurn. High five was the game of the
afternoon and the prises, hand painted
plates, were won by Mrs. John Bishop and
Mrs. Wurn. Those present were: Mrs.
Paul Honer, Mrs. C. 8. HofTert, Mrs. Wald
wln Perry, Mrs. James Bishop, Mrs. Jack
Bishop, Mrs. John Miles, Mra Frank E.
Bmlth and Mrs. K. B. Wurn. The next
meeting of the club will be at the home of
Mrs. W. O. Perry.
A pretty affair of Friday was the lunch
eon given by Miss Nellie Carpenter In
honor of the Rolye club of the Omaha
High school. The luncheon table was
brightened with a large bouquet of yellow
chrysanthemums and plate cards designed
with a variety of yellow blooms marked the
places of Miss Ramona Taylor, Miss June
Greavy, Miss Jessie Spence, Miss Grace
McBride, Miss Louise Northup, Miss Lucljle
Patterson, Miss Eileen Patterson, Miss
Erma Werdeman, Miss Hasel Hartley, Miss
Bessie Townsend and Miss Nellie Car.
Come ail Go Gossip.
Mr.- Stockton Heth has returned from a
brief visit In Lincoln.
Dr. Le Roy Crummer has returned from
a trip of two months abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sunderland have re
turned from Excelsior Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fredrlckson left
Friday for a brief visit In Chicago.
Miss Ella J. Brown, left Saturday for
Chicago to attend the automobile show.
Mr. J. James Colt left Saturday evening
to attend the automobile show In Chicago.
Mrs. M. 8. True, who has spent the past
year in Europe, returned Thursday to
Miss Olive Carpenter who Is attending
Oberlln college is expected home for the
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Congdon will leave
the early part of the wee for a visit In
Sterling, 111., and Chlcsgo.
Miss Zclma Carlson returned last Wednes
day to Omaha after spending four years
studying voice In Berlin and Lelpslo.
Mr. Sidney A. Mandelberg has returned
from a Ave weeks' stay at Excelsior
Bprlngs, greatly Improved In health.
Miss Grace Rohrbough who has spent the
Thanksgiving vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rohrbough, returns to
Lincoln this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gregg of Bt Louis,
who spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Gregg's
mother Mrs. G. C. Whitlock, will return
today to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cudahy are enter
taining as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Cudahy, and the Misses Clara and
Mary Cudahy of Chicago.
Mrs. Will Brown of Salt Lake City, nee
Miss Jessie McCune has arrived to be the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
W. McCune until after the holidays.
Mrs. Alex D. Robertson and children of
Washta, la., who have been spending the
past week with her father, Mrs. John 8,
Brlfrgs, returned home - Wednesday.
Ensign Paul Blackburn left Saturday to
Join his ship the Milwaukee at Santa
Barbara, Cal. Mrs. Blackburn will ac
company him and remain there for the
winter while the Milwaukee will be en the
Mr. Hugh and Mr. Guy Robertson, who
have been attending school at the Univer
sity of Nebraska, . spent their Thanksgiv
ing vacation with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. N. Robertson, 619 Georgia avenue.
They will return to Lincoln this afternoon.
A large number of students of the Uni
versity of Nebraska arrived the early part
of last week to spend their Thanksgiving
vscatlon with relatives and friends in
Omaha. Most of them return this after
noon to Lincoln. Among them aret Miss
Olnbclle Hervey, Miss Alice McCullongh,
Miss Irene Jaynea, Miss Dorothy Ring
wait, Miss Laura Fisher of Des Moines.
guest of M'es Rlngwalt, Miss Margaret
Guthrie, Misses. Marion and Edith O'Con-
nell of Ponca, Neb., guests of Miss Guthrie,
Mlas McNees of Pueblo, guest of Miss
Jsynes, Miss Zora FiUgnrald and guest.
Miss Grace Bhallenberger of Alma, Neb.,'
Miss Frances Gould, Miss Mayme Thomp
son, Miss Ruth Rlnehart, Mlis Grace Rohr
bough, Miss Hasel Ralph, Miss Laura
Rhoades. Misa Esther Devalon, Miss Mary
Fahs, Miss Irma Staples, Misses Anna and
Bessie Fry, Miss Myrtle Busk and -Miss
Prospective PI ease. res.
Mrs. John Iman will entertain the West
8lde club Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cook will entertain
the Wycarla club Saturday evening.
Mrs. W. H. Krevs will give a high five
party Friday afternoon at her home.
Mrs. W, 8. Curtis will entertain the
Round Docen club Tuesday afternoon.
The Monday Bridge club will be enter
tained this week by Mrs. Clement Chase.
Mrs. H. Aable will be hostess Tuesday
afternoon . at the meeting of the Comls
The Saturday Night club will give one
of Its series of dances this week at Cham
bers. The Friday Bridge club will be enter
tained this week at the home of Mrs. W. T,
The Ilanscem Park Card club will meet
Tuesday at the home of Mra. Frank
The Central Whist club will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mra Glenn
The Poppleton Avenue club will be enter
tained Saturday at the home of Mrs. L.
The Week's end club will meet Saturday
evening at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Klmbcrely. '
Mrs. Alex Jetes will be hostess Friday
afternoon at the meeting of the Original
The Degnes club will be entertained
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Anna Forby Coy.
The Jolly Sixteen club will meet Thurs
day evening at the home ef Judge and
Mrs. W. A. Foster.
The Floradora club will he entertained
Tueeday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Earl Klpllnger will be hostess this
week at the meeting of the New Bridge
club Friday afternoon.
The Capitol Hill dancing club will give
one of Its series of dancea Friday evening
December t at Chambers.
Mrs. George A. Juslyn will give an even
ing party nuxt Wednesday In honor of her
guests, the Misses Dalley of Minneapolis.
The Temple Israel Sisterhood will give
one ef Its series of whist parties Menday
afternoon at the veetry rooms of the Tem
ple. Mrs. N. B. rpdlke and Mrs. P. II. Up
dike will entertain tha P. E. O. Sisterhood
Saturdsy afternoon at the home ef Mrs. N.
Tho second ef the series of daoolng
parties planned by the Dundee club will
be given Menday evening. December 9, at
Miss Elisabeth McDonnell wUl gtve a
luncheon Wednesday In honor of Miss
Bertha Phtlllpin, who is one of the brides
uf next week.
The fashionable event of the week will
be the large reception given Thursday
evening by Mr. ar.d Mra. (F. II Davis at
their home. kJS fcoulli Twtuileth street. In
honor of Mr. and Mra. Thomas Latham
Mrs. W. 8. Poppleton will entertain the
members of the Original Cooking club
Thursday at luncheon, followed by an af
ternoon at bridge.
Complimentary to Miss Bertha Phllllppl,
Mrs. Arthur Draper Smith will give a
luncheon Thursday at her home, 1333 South
Mrs. Morris Ivy and Mra Philip
Schwarta have Issued cards for a card
party to be given Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Levy.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Barkalow will give a
dinner next Saturdsy evening . at their
home. Ml Capitol avenue. In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Latham Davis.
Mu Sigma club will give a musical
Wednesday, December 1J, at the home of
Mrs. Issso Carpenter. Mlas Linn Carpen
ter will have the program in charge.
Miss Daisy Rogers and 'her brother, Mr.
Arthur Rogers, will give an evening 'card
party Thursday evening In honor of Miss
Blanche Howland and Mr. Ed Boyer.
Miss Linn Carpenter will entertain at
dinner Saturday evening in honor of
Miss Bertha Phllllppl and Mr. Edwood T.
Bailey whose marriage ' will take place
Tuesday, December. 10.
Mrs. John McDonald has issued invita
tions for an afternoon toa to be given
Wednesday at her home from I to 5 o'clock
In honor of Mrs. John Henry Beaton, who
has recently returned from her wedding
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Spain on Friday, November 22.
James K. Chambers Is confined to his
home with an attack of pneumonia.
Mrs. Dubois, mother of Mrs. Frank Col-
petser. Is quite 111 with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Sprague have taken
apaitments at the Rome for the winter.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Elabaugh have
moved Into their new home at Twenty
second and Davenport atreets.
Mr. and Mrs. George William Hamilton
are rejoicing over the birth of a son, who
has been named Barton Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Diets have moved
from 262 Harney street to their new
residence-on North Thirty-eighth street.
Mrs. W. J. Hayes and small baby of 8500
Harney street left Saturday for Califor
nia, where she will spend the winter at
the Alvarado hotel In Los Angeles.
Miss Leola Brandels, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur D. Brandels. has entirely
recovered from her recent Illness and will
return to school the first of the week.
Weddlagra aad Engagements.
Mrs. May Auld announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Miss Alice, to Wil
liam L. Unxloker. The wedding will take
place In the early summer.
Tho wedding of Miss Blanche Howland,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, II. Howland,
and Edward P. Boyer will take place New
Year's evening at the home of the bride's
parents, 1214 South Thirty-second street.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Elmer Davenport
announce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Mlas Clara Mabel, to Dr. John Andre
Fuller of Uehllng, Neb., formerly of
Omaha. The wedding will take place In
the near, future.
The Clarksoa Hospital Bant
whloh opens at o'clock next Tuesday
morning promises to be a great success.
Many beautiful and useful articles will be,
for sale and luncheon will be served Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, from 11:30
to 1:20. The baser will be open Tuesday
evening and tea will be served In the
The ladles who are managing the batar
are: Mrs. Mackay, Mrs. Beecher, Mrs. Wil
liams, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Cole. Mrs. Noe,
Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Wheeler,
Mrs. Heth, Miss Potter, Mrs. Page, Mrs.
M. Cudahy, Mrs. Qgden' and Mrs. Bur
ONE MORE SERIOUS PROBLEM
How to Keep Plareoma from Roostlasj
om Roof Is the Latest
The plot thickens and troubles multiply.
Just as the world Is In the midst of trying
to determine who Is high school foot ball
champion of Nebraska, comes another per
plexing problem, namely, "How to Keep
Pigeons from Roosting on a Roof."
Having returned from a successful expe
dition against a cat on Harney street, which
had resisted the Importunities of the house
holder to take its abode among the stars.
Officer Damon was sent on a new under
taking Saturday morning. Friday after
noon Marvin L. Berry served formal notice
on the commissioner of health that he
would be expected to see that the family of
Mr. Cronln. living at 1214 California street
kept Its pigeons from lighting on ths roof
ef the house occupied) by Mr. Berry at 2218
California street. Fearing the matter might
be overlooked In the rush of work Mr.
Berry not only served formal notice ,but
left a written request.
The note was brought before the commis
sioner Saturday morning and Dr. Connell
Immediately called a council o war. There
were men learned In bacteriology and ex
perienced In tracing the microbe to his lair
and exterminating him; men grown old la
'rawing salaries for supervising tha re
moval of dead animals and those too much
alive from the homes of the people; but
none could offer a solution to the problem
ttOR rapid growth
-J 6 U M U . t '
jl. mu iiyni, in uinuuu are, r lrsi, ne
light is superior; second, the cost has
been steadily going do wn until no w it is
within the reach of
Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
TEL tOUG. 1082. Y. M. C. A BL03.
that saves time, thought and enough money to make you glad to "loosen up"
for Christmas. Our stock Is "full up" on Tarlely, snap and charm of tho
craftsman's art. With pride and confidence In the richness and rompIctriirg
of eur entire line we Invite your especial attention to our uiiumuiI supply and
price on Bracelet. Ooniba, Keck Ornaments for womankind mid just thee
odd, useful things for mankind. Don't fall to (ret one of our "Hint Hooks and
Gift Lists" If free and worth It.
Omega WaU-nee are new famous In Omaha $0.00 to $65.00.
l620 DOUGLAS ST?
of keeping the pigeons from the roof of the
bouse. Officer Damon was not In the con
ference, having been detained from the
efT Ice at the time of the call; so It was
unanimously decided that to him should be
given the duty and the honor of complying
wtth the demand of Mr. Berry,
GOLD WATCH FOR VANCE LANE
Fear Honored-Dollar Timepiece Pre
sented by Associates aaa
H. Vance Lane, retiring vice president
and general manager of the Nebraska Tele
phone company, who, December 1, aasumea
the presidency of the Rocky Mountain Bell
Telephone company at Salt Lake, was made
the recipient of a handsome gold watch
Friday' evening at the hands of hla asao
elates and the employes of the Nebraska
Telephone company. The watch Is one of
the best makes of the Geneva. Swltserland
factories, being made by Patek, Phllllppl
Co. of Geneva, and Is valued at $450. It
Is an open-faced repeater, striking the
hours and half hours. On the back of the
case Is Inscribed the initials "H. V. L," and
on the inside "Presented to H. Vance Lane
by his associates and employes of the Ne
braska Telephone Co., Deo. 1, 1907." The
gift was the spontaneous Impulse of the
employes and associates from all quarters
of the state. The watch was sent to the
home Of Mr. Lane Friday evening with a
note, suitably expressing the esteem In
which Mr. Lane Is held by his friends and
associates and with the best wishes for his
An Informal dinner das tendered to Mr.
Lane at the Omaha club Friday evening
by President C. E. Yost of the, Nebraska
Telephone company. Those; present , were
the close associates of Mr. Lane In the
Nebraska Telephone company. The dinner
was given lit honor of Mr. Lane's near
departure for Bait Lake to assume his
duties ss president of the Rocky Mountain
Bell Telephone company.
FOR THt PART SEASON
am cia i. swsbth
Marron'a Glace, Creamed Maras
chino Cherries, Creamed Grapes,
Creamed Brazil Nuts, Glace Nuts,
and Fruits, Marron & Bisque Bon
Bons, Swiss Chocolates, Oriental
Nut Dates, Floral Decorated Baskets
In spun sugar for the table also
holders for ices made to order at reta
inable prices. Paper cases of ail kinds.
Jordan Almonds, Peoan Nuts, Fil
berts, English Walnuts Peanuts
these nuts are all of unusual excel
lence. 2FATOB8 AID BOXTYEZTLKB.
Trunks, Suit Cases, Children's
Party Boxes In great variety. Jewel,
toy and musical mottoes and metal
' OAXTDX.B SHADES.
A large variety In many beautiful
designs. Silk shades, plain and
beaded, all colors. Small silk shades
for candelabra Candles, all oolors.
Candle Lamps. Birthday Candles and
Holders. , . ,
I.AOB PATES SOXLZSS.
Perfect Imitation of real lace and
linen per dox., 10c, 16o, 20c, 15c
Tni store roprur.ir
1518-20 Fanuun Street.
'Phone Dong. 711.
182a Farnam St.
Call and see our fine Una of Christ
mas uoods, all hand made,
lows. Full line of Art Goods.
Tree lessons In embroidery. C. M. C.
Hose Supporters never tear the hose,
btaraplng and designing. Ladles' and
children's sewing solicited.
Full Line of Auto Veils
sTsw Pupils received TUESDAYS and
STUDIO 543 RAMQE BLOCK
TeL Ham ay 8687.
in the use of elao
i t . , ,
every body, lamtlgats. X
is the Kind
$100 In a
Is Better Than 51.000
In the Bank
We have secured several
former value for this week's selling. Please bear in mind these suits and coats are not job
lots, but were made to our order. We place them on sale Monday and all this week, together
with our regular superb stock.
Trine Xmas Klimtil
Showing the quality and the distinc
tive style that should be in every gift
you offer her. They cost no moro than
Fox Sets $12.00 up
Brook Mink Sets $15.00 up
Blue or Black Lynx Sets $50.00 up
American Mink Sets $50.00 up
And many more beautiful sets of furs at intermediate
" We make coats of all kinds at correspondingly low
We also carry an immense stock of Skins. Order at
once and have a set of furs made to order.
"The Factory Is the Place to Bay Furs
Take Elevator In
Commencing Monday Morning
on pile at one-half their regular
AU our 915.00 Hats at
AH our 912.50 Hats at
All our $10.00 Hats at
All our 0 7.50 Hats at.
This is your opportunity to make quite a saving on your winter Hat
and as aU styles are included, the range ef price and selection is very
Sale Begins at 8 O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNING
F. M. Schadell (t Co.
1522 Douglas Street.
DO NOT DELAY
Buy your Christmas presents early and get your choice
of nice goods. Monday, December 2, our entire line of Art
Calendars will be on display also the exquisite boxes of
Stationery. We have always carried the finest line of Gen
tlemen's Bill Books, Card Cases, Letter Books, Ciar Cases
in Omaha. If you need engraving order it in time, as there
is sure to be a rush later on.
The Moyer Stationery Go.
T Great Purchases
lots of high class suits and coats at about 50 per cent of their
Great Reductions on Ladies' Suits
All our elegant suits of broadcloth, cheviots and other
fall and winter materials in all the fashionable colors and
styles go on sale at about half-price. They must be 6eeu
to be appreciated:
Suits up to $25.00, on Bale at 15.00
Suits up to $37.50, on sale at $25.00
Suits up to $47.50, on sale at $30.00
Suits up to $75.00, on sale at $40.00
Great Reductions on Ladies' Conts
Many new models of black broadcloth in long, tight
fitting and loose effects, either lined to waist or through
out with good satins. Also the short and long military ef
fects. These are stunning separate coats and have a dis-.'
tinctiveness that makes them different; also caracul coats'
at a tremendous sacrifice, in fact everything is represented',
in our coat line, all go on sale at very tempting reduc
Up to $15.00 Coats, choice at ..$10.00
Up to $25.00 Coats, choice at $17.50
Up to $35.00 Coats, choice at $25.00
Up to $50.00 Coats, choice at $30.00
Tempting price reductloni also on Sklrta, Waist. Furs, Eyenrng
Coats, Kimonos and Petticoats. We Invito your Inspection and comparison.
37 FARNAM ST.
1508 Dofllas Si.
BAILEY & MACH
THIRD FLOOR PAXTOIf BLOCK
Corner 16th and Farnam Street.
Best equipped Dentat office in the middle west
Highest grad Dentistry at Reasonable Prlcea
Porcelain fillings. Just like tte toota.
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18th and Harney Sts.
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6o Henry George Clsara t for... 15
Monday only 1.60 fpr box of 80.
16o straight La Fama Clear Havana
Cigars, perfect slse lOo each $8.00 tut
box of CO.
lOo Havana America, clear Havana I
lOo straight Teller Cigars 6 for.....2Do
$1.60 for box of 60.
lOo Palmer House Cigars I fori ISo
11.16 for box of 25.
BEATON DRUG CO.
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Save Your Money
by Judicious economy. You can't
g.ult eating, but you will find that
Ths Boston Lunch
serves a most delightful meal at
a very reasonable price.
The' food is all cooked right on
the premises, and properly cooked,
They Have tho Proper
System at the Uoston.'
Open every hour, every day.
1012 FAItXAM HTIIKKT.
Table d'Hotc Dinner
11:30 1. m. to 8:03 p. m.
1508-10 Howard,' Street
Poller's Mandolin Orchestra
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