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THE OMAHA DAILY TIKE: SATURDAY. OCTOBKI1 24. 190S.
1 $9&Sl?s& ll
I 5T FARWAM ST. Si
I Two Saturday Specials I
BEAUTIFUL TAILORED SUITS at $15.00 and $25.00
Owing to our tremendous business this fall in $l!f.00,
$33.00 and $40.00 Suits we have accumulated a varied
assortment of these suits in broken sizes and hav
ing immense stocks of new goods due this week we
decided to cut prices in order to effect a rapid clearance.
$35.00 and $40.00 suits at $25.00. In this lot are surely
some great bargains. Hardly any of these suits have been
in stock thirty days, for they are the season's choicest
models, all correctly cut m fine all wool nia-Ji
terialrt. Suits that have regularly sold at
$35.00 and $40.00; on sale Saturday at
$25.00 SUITS, Special at $15.00 Everyone knows the
quality of an "Elite" suit at $25.00. Many of these mod
els some of them formerly retailing even $ p A A
at $27.50 will be found in this collection. I J 1911
Your choice of them Saturday at J. V V V
New Empire Coat Models
A great assortment of new coats now in and many arriv
ing daily, in all the correct shapes, in fine broadcloths,
coverts, Kerseys, cheviots and mixtures. Extra special
Fine Furs At Special Prices
We have the most varied assortment of ready-to-wear
fine furs shown in Omaha and our prices are uniformly
Silk Petticoats at S4.05
There are five different 6tyles to choose from, all of them
made of high class rustling taffeta silk, in black and col
ors. You will at once recognize that they are $
good $7.00 values and that they are extra
ordinary values at our special price of
KITES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Mri. A. I. Root Entertains Bridge
Party for Visiting Women.
MUSICALE AT HAPPY HOLLOW
Towns Women- Organise Sewing So
ciety to Meet Alternate Wednes
day at Home of Mem
ber for Work.
Mm. A. I. Rout waa hostess at a de
lightful hrMge party Friday afternoon at
her home, Thirtieth avenue and Paclflo
street, complimentary to several out of
town guer.a. The houre waa trimmed with
quantities of yellow chrysanthemums and
asparagus fern. The gu.sts of honor were
Miss Emma Lorcnzen, who hua recently
returned from Berlin; Mrs. Herbert Bell
of Sault Ste. Murk-, guest of Mrs. J. H.
Bhary; Miss Tomlliison. guest of Mrs.
Bogue, and Mrs. Love Kelly of Sioux City,
guest of Mrs. Frank Turney. The guest
list Included Mrs. II. B. Bell, Mrs. J. II.
Sliary,- Mis. Love Kelly, Mrs. Frank
Tjrney, Miss Tomlinson, Mrs. Bogue, Miss
Emma Loienzen, Mrs. Leo Grotte, Mrs.
Fred Krug, Mrs. William Wlgman, Mrs.
Herbert Bcselin, Mrs. James Hcman, Mrs.
Paul Wernher, Mrs. Mlsoner, Mrs. Samuel
Frank. Mrs. Waller Moise, Mrs. Charles
rtvhull Mn Vjirl fctllm Mr. Harrv Knot.
J Mrs. George Wooley, Mrs. Orson Stiles,
The New Shoe Store
Not open as we would like to be, but open so
that we can assure you of good service.
We should have been open in September, but
the carpenters well you know how it is without go
ing into detnilsf
Saturday will be our first open day and we earn
estly invite and urge you to visit the new "Shoe
Market" that we may show you the finest, newest
anil most complete up-to-date stock of women's,
misses', children's, boys' and youth's shoes in our
city the right shoes at the right prices:
$2.00 to $4.00
Kight near Harney on west Sixteenth, next to
The Owl Drug Store.
322 South 16th Street.
IS YOUR NOSE YOUR MISFORTUNE
"IN DOMKSTIC. Hl'SINKSS, SOCIAL OK I'ltOFKS
HIONAL IilFK, IMI'KOVKl) I'KItSONAI, AI'I'KAH
ANCK HAS UKCO.ME A MODEHX HAY MCC'KSSITY."
A nose the most
prominent feature of
NO LOST TIME
How often we (all to appreciate our own facial defects and yet In
stantly notice them In others.
- Every man and every woman owes It to himself or herself to look
as well as possible.
Harmony of features Is as essential to good looks as Is harmony of
notes to a chord of music, and often this harmony Is ruined by an ugly
Boss or feature sometimes the defect being very slight.
A conspicuous or Irregular nose, Up or ear Is to the face like a mis
placed not In a chord of music.
Consultation Is free either personally or by letter.
DR. CLEMENT CO.
S3 W. Fifth St- 209 8. 18th, Cor. DougUa.
Horlburt Bid., Karbach Block.
M floor. Suite 10. Offloa Boom ad floor, Suite 2 IB.
DES MOINES, IA. lTZ OMAHA, NEB.
Mrs. E. P. Lehman, Mrs. C. H. Lehman,
Mrs. Frederick Teal, Mrs. Jerrod, Mrs. J.
Crelgh, Mrs. Bolln, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Charles
Sweet, Mrs. Ralph Hayward. Mrs. Ertck
Johnson, Miss Rosaline Hull, Miss Mie
Weaver. Miss Bertha Kruger and Miss
At Happy Hollow.
The muslcale at Happy Hollow Thursday ;
evening brought out one of the largest i
number of dinner parties this season. !
I'nder the able direction of Mrs. A. G.
Kdwarda an Interesting program was given .
by the following well-known artists: Miss!
Corlnne Paulson, pianist; Miss Emma Lo
renzen and Miss Louise Jansen, vocallvts;
Miss Louise Shattuck, violinist, and Mr.
Fred Kills, vocalist.
Among those entertaining at d'nner were
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Evans, who had the
members of their family, and Mr. and M s.
Howard Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bur-n-.ester,
Jr., Mr. Ralph Segur.
With Mr. and Mrs. C H. Walrath at
dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Q. Curey,
Mr. and Mrs. William I'nslcker, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Walrath, Mrs. May AuM, Mis?
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Akin enett:ilned an
their guests at dinner Dr. and Mrs. R. B.
A. McBrlde and Mr. and Mrs. J. Blake
The dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Breckenrldge Included Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kelly,
Mrs. Harry Potter, Mr. David Mercer of
Washington, D. C, and Mr. Warren Breck
enrldge. Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, Jr., entertained
at dinner, their guests being Mr. and Mia.
J. B. Langley, Mr. and Mrs. T. I Combs,
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Yelser, Miss Anna
Keller of Hucyrus. O.
Mrs. Henry Van Qleson gave a dinner
party, her guests Including Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Robinson, D'r. and Mrs. Henry Le
mere, Mrs. Davis, Miss Mildred Merrlam
and Mr. Ward Palmer.
With Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gunther at
;linner were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Becker,
Miss Becker of Peoria, III.; Miss Riale,
Miss Jessop, Miss Katherine Becker, Miss
Others having guests at dinner were J.
II. Wright, Jr., who had two guests; Dr.
J. M. Keys, four; M. D. Cameron, two; A.
K. Busk, three; T. E. Stevens, four; Dr.
W. O. Henry, two; H. K. Burket, four; E.
A. Benson, four; H. E. Buchanan, four; W.
F. M.lroy, three; M. N. Do.lg.-, four; W. C.
I.yle, four; A. H. Workman, four; Dr. and
Mrs. A. B. Somers. six; W. O. Shrlver.
'our; A. O. Edwards, four; Edward Hay
den, four; C. R. Sherman, four; M. M.
Robertson, five: David Cole, four; M. M.
Ralnbolt, four; H. H. Nt-ale. two; H. E.
Burnham. two; J. C. Chadwlik, four; E.
A. Nordstrom, four, and U. L. Bradlev
ew Sen-Ins; C'lab.
A new sewing club was formed Wednes
day afternoon, when a number of young
wuineii met at the home of Mrs. Wayne
Hemphill. They will meet every romJ
Wednesday afternoon and the time w.ll be
spent with needle work. The me.nb.rs
include Miss Grace Conant, Miss Klolse
Wood. Miss Kannle Howland. Miss May
Murphy. Mlaa Effie Height, Miss Sophie
Shirley. Miss Alice Swltzler, Mies Laura
Dale. Miss Henrietta Rees. Miss v.,
Hemphill, Mrs. C. J. Chapman. Mrs. Frank
Harwon. Mrs. Ronald Patterson and Mrs
Paul Burleigh. Miss Grace Conant wilt
entertain the club a week from Wednesday.
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock the wed
ding of Mr. Frank Joseph Hauner and Miss
Fannie Kracht, daughter of Frederick W.
Kracht. was solemnised. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. John E. Hummon.
followed by a supper at the home of the
bride. Owing to the recent death of the
bride's mother the wedding was very quiet,
only the family and Immediate relatives
being pretent. After November 15 they will
be at horn at 7:'4 North Thirtieth street.
A surprise j-arty was given Wednesday
evening In honor of Mli Marie Kur.cl
blithduy. Those pittrnt were Mr. and Mrs.
Anton Kieiek, Miss Manuule Kment, Miss
Emma Vltodfck, Miss I.lllle KineiU, MU
Rose Svaclna, Miss Rose Janecek. Miss
Kate Klssane, M!ks Frances Kuncl. Mln
Anna t'osplchal. Mr. Joseph Kuucl, Mr.
Anto Krecek. Mr. Win Kavan, Mr. Charles
Froner. Mr. Joseph Foral, Mr. Pete Petska,
Mr. Juhn Zlkmund. Mr. Fred Barta.
An interesting event of both the social
and musical season will be the afternoon
tea and musicals given at the home of
Mrs. E. A. Cudahy November 3 at
O'clock by the Tuesday Morning Musicals
club. Sibyl Bammls of Chicago will give
the progTam and be the guest of honor
at the iti which w ill follow. Mrs. G. W.
22 Great Stores Throughout the U. S
OME people opened their eyes last Sunday when they followed up our tip nnd compared the offerings of various furni
ture stores. We knew they would and no wonder. Our prices were lower in every instance in many cases 'J.V;
lower in some cases a full third under the lowest prices of any other concern. They found every article in the
store priced on an equal basis, too. So we urge vou attain to make comparisons. Don't spend a cent for Furniture,
Stoves or Hugs until you have our prices on the poods. We'll save you from 25' r to 50r or we won't expect you to spend
a dollar with us.
Pays for any Stove, Heater
or Range in our house. 10c
per day, payable weekly or
m o n t It 1 y, as you may
They arc made
with heavy cast
ings and guar
anteed for dura
bility. They are
o I handsome
... if KxrPArllnelv elab
orate In design
and nickel trim
ming, has return
flues and Is a
It's a magnificent
Liase Burner, spe
Fitted with IMrtir;'i
runn na- slides, exie. i
feet, solid onk.
Ynu cannot du
plicate this val
ue elsewhere . .
Made of solid oak, bent end design.
adjustable shelves, fx M 7
double etrength i J.I 5
beater at the prlre.. i
. . a. i . -i Biinvn above.
made of quarter sawed oak. well
lin.'d for silverware
luwea ob k.
Remarkable Sale of Couches
7 7 7,
W r -
isn nii.a n k. ant at Tactory Cost: positively the greatest sacrifice
of thoroughly dependable I'ouche In tne history of this store. I'rlce repre
sents lust the actum cosi io v-,
Oenolne leather, tlS.60; 49 Oonohts upholstered In Nantuckst
I.eathsr, 910.75; 67 MasslTS Couches u pholstered In la
ll J iJ .41 nl l
Guaranteed Quality, 12U liru-HsclH Kug. IVrlcct in Kvciy
Detail. io .Mitre Senilis, All Worsted, lteautiful dettigtis
and colorings. Hpecial
"We invite every family
within reach of this paper
to open a credit account
with us and enjoy our most
convenient plan of payment.
They are com
extra heavy castings, equal to
any 135.00 range on sale in
Trice . .
In a home.
inet is com
boards as showi
above, on sale at
tne special price.
Wattles Is chairman of the entertainment
committee and will have charge of the tea.
It has been decided to sell a limited num
ber of rickets and friends of the club mem
bers may get these from Mrs. C. M. Wil
helm. ProspectlTe Pleasures.
Mrs. S. S. Caldwell will entertain at
lum heon f-aturday at the Omaha club In
honor of Mrs. George Mlxter of Mollne, III.,
who la visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra.
Mrs. I'aul Burleigh will give a bridge
luncheon next Wednesday In honor of Mrs.
Flunk Harwood, one of the recent brides,
The Comis club was entertained Thurs
day afternoon at luncheon and cards by
Mrs. Henry Aubel. Hallowe'en decorations
prevailed. A large pumpkin filled with
fruit formed the centerpiece for the table
and favors to match were at each plate.
Tho prizes for high five were won by Mrs.
IX E. lAveJoy and Mrs. J. A. Stowell. The
guests of the club included Mrs. Stowell,
Mrs. J. R. Moore. Mrs. J. P. Webster,
Mrs. H. C. Pilgrim and Mrs. D. W. Tlllot
son. I.nneheon Partr
Mrs. Lester Drishaus, who is one of the
bcidts, gave a unique luncheon Wednesday
afternoon at her new home on Thirty-fifth
avenue. She Invited twelve recent brides
and each one brought a sample of her own
cooking. The centerpiece for the table
waa a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums.
ThoBO present were Mesdames Homer
Bhearer, J. B. Langley, 8. Doherty, J
Chapman, C. balrd, U. Kmerson. K. 8ter
rlcktr. T. W. Josselyn, H. Nicholson, W.
L'nzkker, Charles Botliwell and Lester
The Clematis club was entertained
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
L). F. Maxfiild and the prires for' the
' game of hltfh five were awarded to Mrs.
tiirltsler and Mrs. Goettsche. The next
I meeting will be In two weeka at the home
! of Mrs. James Kelly, Van Camp ave-
Coine and Go Gusalp.
Lieutenant Colonel und Mrs. Frank F.
Kastmiin have taken a bouts at 3047 Pop
A daimlitt-r was born to Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. lMxon Tuesday.
Miss Minor of Lincoln, who was the
guest of MUs Marian Hallcr, has returned
Iq her home.
Mrs. Edwin Morrison of Kansas City Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
ON THE TRAIL OF EDDIE FAY
Omaha Officers Are Looking- for the
Eminent Klnsc of Postotflce
The federal and police authorities are on
the lookout for the notorious Eddie Fay,
the "king 'of the poslofflce robbers." who
has been operating In Wisconsin and north
ern Minnesota recently.
His last big haul was Monday night,
It Is believed, when he blew the safe of
the Lake Nebagamon (Wis.) pnstofflce and
got away with $1,004) In postoffice funds
and stamps. Charles Dennis and Pat Fla
herty are supposed to have been asso
ciated with him In the Job. The previous
big trick turned by this trio was at Su
perior, W Is., when they made; a haul of
$18,(HK of postofflce funds and stamps by
the usual method of safe blowing In W-3.
Flahfrty and Dennis are known In
Omaha, being associated, It was held, with
"Chuck" Prince In the $f,0o0 fur robbery
of Shukert's furemporlum In Omaha about
ten yeurs ago. Fay has never been known
to operate In this immediate locality per
sonally, though it Is now thought by the
postofflce authorities that lie may lmvo
had something to do with the Denver regis
tered mall pouch robb. ry of" n year ao.
as It bore some of the earmarks of his
The t.linl llniid
removes liver Inaction uml bowl stoppage
with Dr. King's New l.ii'e rills, the pain
less regulators. 25c. Ft sal. bv lteaton
TEXAS CLUB WOMEN OBJECT
Protest Against Working Women
Prisoners on fort Worth
The club women of Texas are making
an Indignant protest because women pris
oners have recently been set at work on
tin rock pile at Fort Wurth. They sij
that since women are not allowed t have
l an equal voice with men In making the
: lawn which they are forced to obey or
I to act as Jurors they should not receive
tho same puiitthment meted out to men
for the same crime. They point to the
success with which Miss Mary managed
women criminals while police matron of
Ban Antonio. She set the. women at work
at the city hull. They cleaned the floor
and windows and also did the laundry
work for the city hospi'al. Tha women
club bought the necessary materials and
he taught them to sew. and to inak gar--merits
for themselves, and when they went
out from the Jail looking respectable, at
least, and many of them showed their
gratitude by refraining from repeating the
offense for which they had been Ira
Are All Rigli
if you do belong to "a race of spectacie-wearers
so says Woods Hutchinson, M.D., in the November
Woman's Home. Companion, and he ought to know.
Listen to this: "The modern eye is not degenerate ;
it is as good a piece of optical apparatus as anv that
walks or swims or flies." Then he goes on and tells
in a very practical way just what we can do to assist
Nature facts that every pair of eyes should read. Such
an article from such an authority commands a high
place among the good things in
The Great 700th Number
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taining seven great stories by seven famous authors, the royal
love story of the Czarina of Russia, and page after pjge of old
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