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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1910)
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SOCIETY TURNS FRESI1 PAGE
Begin. New Year with Numerous
COLLEGE MEN MUCH IN EVIDENCE
Onaki I ulnar AkrnKd W ill He Kap
pleineated fcr laar Mure Trav
elers Wlto Plan to "all
Wlibla Kr Wnki.
Air "Pie Waclit am Rheln.'
Ann Arbor, 'tis of thee We (linn,
Prom thee our choicest blessing spring.
Accept the tribute of our pong.
Alma Mater, wis and atrong,
loye tliy classic shades and shrines;
NVe love Ihy murm'rlng elm and pines;
Where'er our future homes ahull he.
Our hearts, our hopes are all with thee.
.. feudal Calendar.
MONI A Y Junior Bridge ' rlub meeting
With Mra. Louis I'larke; Amateur Mu
sleal tlub with Mr. T. J. Mahoney;
meeting of tins imnghters of the Amer
ican Revolution with Mra. K. p. peek;
Mra. A. '. Smith blrthdnv partv for Mlea
ii ace Smith; Temple Israel Sisterhood
TrKSH.W-Meetlrig of the Tuesday Morn
ing MiiNlealn with Mrs. Joseph Cudahy;
Mr. and Mr. (ienrge A. Joslyn musical
at their home; Mian Kstelle Hrnwn, mu
slcjale for Miss Criss; Mra. Ueorae Rd
Ink bridge for Miss Wears and Mr. Ar
thur ,ewlb; Miss Uuckingham, Orpheum
WKDNKSDAV-Dundee Woman's club
meeting with Mra. Marshall: Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W". Yates' reception and
lance to Introduce Ming Dorothy Mor
gan; Pletcher-Ward wedding; Mies Hptes
berger bridge partv.
SATCHPAV-Uop at Fort Omaha.
New Year's day wax never more gener
ally celebrated by Omaha society than
this year. Scores of receptions huge and
small were held and "open Iioufc" was
the rule throughout the city.
The last fortnight has been gay indeed.
Kvary day and every evening has been rev
Year's day. Of course there aa some I
variation as to college and town, but the
spirit of the aor.g was In hundreds of
hearts besides the several score who -participated
In tha serlea of aortal affairs
given In honor of the visiting musical
iluba of the University of Michigan. The
college men visited Omaha under the nus-
picas of the Missouri Valley Alumni as
sociation and had a conspicuous part In
Hi' New Year's day festlvi.! t. Following
the luncheon given by Mr. John R. Web
ster at the Omaha club In their honor
they were honor guest at a large recep
tion held at the home of Mr. and Mra.
Webater on Farnam atreet between 3 and
6 o'clock. About two hundred gueata
called during the afternoon.
The rooms were effectively decorated
with cut flower and Mr. and Mrs. Web
ster were assisted by a bevy of young
women. Mr. Jack Webster, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Webster, Is a member of the Michl
gan Glee club. The afternoon afforded op
portunity for the visiting men to meet the
local poung people and to fill out their
programs for the dancing party In - the
Woclety was out enmass for the concert
at the Lyric in the evening. All the boxes
were occupied and a score or more of par
ties were acattered through the audience.
Among those who hod boxes were Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Keeline, who had as their
guests Mr. and Mis. Conrad Spens, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. George, Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Klnsler
and Mr. and Mra. A. J. Beaton. Mr. and
Mrs. C K. Yost occupied one box, their
party Including Mr. and Mra. Yost, Mra.
Offutt, Miss Virginia Offutt, James Offut
and Miss Violet Carl.
In the Cornell university box were Mr.
a(nd Mrs. John W. Towle, Mr. and Mra.
Archie Carpenter, Mr. and Mra. Arthur
Wukeley, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Westbrook,
Mr. end Mrs. C. C. Kosewater, Mr. Charles
1j. Saunders and Dr. and Mra. B. B. Davis.
Other Cornell representatives, who ld
Keats together in the audience were Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Clifford. Mr. and Mra.
John W. Battln, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Ktynre
of Council Bluffs. Mr. Roy Wilcox of
Council Iiluffs, Dr. Thomaa Lacey of
I Jh? I Iff ftl Hi
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I m-fj mm I ml iff
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!fl: j&03& Mrhm Mill hIv' '
I tlffiflSMl" Jill
Mf ip !
ii . i ft i i r ii Hi s . i ii nvi m.
plete with affairs of more or less pre
tenUous nature, but uniformly enjoyable? i Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Steere, Mr.
The young people home from school for j mid Mrs. James Richardson, Jr., and Dr.
the midwinter vacation have contributed ' uud Mrs. K. C. Hcnrv.
muoh, but by no means all to tha general
Gaiety, they will be greatly missed,
as the first of the -wek will see them off
to school again.
The cm lends r for the coming week Is
promising, but not full and If it Is to
be taken na ' Indicative' of the year the
pi aspects are bright Indeed.
A score of Omaha, people are planning
to go to Europe for the latter part of the
winter and spring. Most of them will
go to the south of the continent for tha
winter. Journeying north later on. Mrs. J.
R. Scoble and Master Ralston Scoble left
Friday for New York City, whore they
will Join Mrs. J. J. Dickey, Miss Bertha
Dltkuy and M sb Hi.ien Scobie and to
gether they will sail Wednesday on the
steamer Kalserin Augusta Victoria, for
1 lambing, Germany, where the young peo
plu probably will enter school for a few
months. They anticipate a pleasant voy
age, us I'upluln Ruse.r. commander of the
Mlmrnir and of the Hamburg fh:et, Is a
friend of the family.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McShnne will lav?
Tuesday of next week for New York,
whero they will meet Mrs. Thomas Rogers
and daiiKhl"!', Ml Mary Alice Rogers,
and will sail un the 'same xtemmhlp, the
Corona. M; and Mn. McShane will go dl
ivctly to Cairo, Ujtypl, to remain about
hIx tw l:n, and v.ll, ihrn go to Rome to
spend rUiHe'r. Mrs. Uojjers and yi'.u.i Roe
ei' will uo toiis-l.ua, Italy, tu nibft Mv.i.
Wuiren Kovir u:id itij Mildred Ileitis,
and will Hpci U the wlnUr there.
Mi. Ai II. ur Uu hi vxptcts tj Ij.ive about
Die b'uuu: i-ii,. i. ud also whl r.tlc tn
Al dim 'iui.ium :i ).
Mr. ur.d iVih. C. r. McUrv ard Mis
Alice Ctii.v ic'iiw tail from New Vorl;
un I'Vbruiuy j on the steamer Uiuf-ser
Kurfucrnt, j.o.iii; as far as Constantinople,
tho Holy Land ai d tikypl. Re iiM nina lucy
will Ituvo the IjuuI at .s'aplcs, then go
north Into U.'i ir any and France, sailing
tor home on another steamer some, time
Uurini; lh? sumner.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Plot are planning
a Uip. tu .uuth Ann tica. They will sail
from New York on January 22, and will be
gone aeverul months.
Mr. uud Mis. J. II. McDonald also will
sull on the Cuiw u for un extended triy
tu southern Kiit'oiic.
I want to go back to Michigan, to dear
Ann Arbor town;
Back to Joe's Hint the Client, buck to ome
of tho money 1 spem-.
1 want to go back to Michigan, o dear
Aim Arbor town,
I want to go back, 1 want to go back to
That Is the way-mores of Omuiia college
men, alumni mid active, sang It New
Mexican - tnJtc Topaz
Equal to real diamonds In appearand and
The dancing paity at the Rome hotel
which followed the concert was one of the
most enjoyable of tho holidays and one of
the most brilliant. Mulxe and blue, tiie
Michigan colors, were much In evidence In
the decoration of the ball room, while the
college spirit permeated everything. , Grad
uate and student hud an equal part , in
making the party a success, while the
Michigan "sisters"' were the envied of the
The flour committee for the ball In
cluded Mi'SKis. Stanley Uosewater, Denlse
Barkalow, Luther 1,. Kountze, Gould Dlctz,
John Redlck, E. A. Cudahy, jr., Frank
Wllheim, Robert Burns, Robert Morsinun,
Edward J. Waters, John A. Rlne, Charles
G. McDonald, Jack Webster, Robert
Fishtr. Jack Buum, Richard Baum, Ben
Gallagher, 1'aul Gallagher, I'uul Beaton,
Harry Montgomery, A. G. Elllck, T. F,
Kennedy, Edward Crelghtun, Hal Nates
and K. A. Morgan.
The patronesses were:
Mesdamee C. K. Yost, E. M. Morsman,
G. M. Hitchcock, Hurold Glfford, Ludwlch
Crofoot, C. W. Lyman, Charles Mundcr
son, D. AI. Vlnsouhaler, II. W. Yatea, An
drew Host-watt r, Howard Smith, F. 1J.
Knkendull, George A. Joulyn, R. C. Feters,
A. U. Unick, Arthur O. Wakeley, J. W.
Battin. Chums Kountxc, K. M. Morscman,
Jr.. John R. Webster, W. A. Redlck,
Char es B. Killer, - Miss Millard Charles
Offutt, C. G. McDonald, A. W. Jeffeiis,
Ufuige F. Fisher, J. E. Baum, J. C. Cowln,
E. f. I'eck, Cnariea D. Dundy, James
..uam.4, C, 11. Woodward, Charles R, llan
uan, E. S. Westbrook, E. C. Henry, J.
t . Towh , Omahi; Ernest Harte, Charles
It. Ilannan. J. J. Hess. Guorge II. Maync,
Vt alter H. Stillman, Donald Macrae, Clem
F. Klmbull, C. R. Ilannan, Jr., Council
quality guld filled,
warranteii in yrs.
Set with 1 M.
Special price SI. SO.
hen ordering ring give correct ftnsrer
measure. These gems retain their Luster
and Brilliancy forevr. We are also sole
distributers of tha Famous Mexico White
Sspphire. 8end Tor Illustrated Catalogue.
DeLONO JEWELRY CO
80StoOague Bldg. Omaha, Veb.
The Toyo Co., B2t South Hth street,
give the last chance to the public to
elm-l your choice at below cost while
they are packing th.ir remaining good.
This Is a lifetime opportunity to buy gen
uine Japanese goods.
Jilll8!de( the beauutul home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W. Yates, was opened New
Year's ttuy Irom I In I o'clock, when Mr.
and Mrs. Vales and their daughters, Mm.
Murjun, Airs. Vos and Miss Yatcd
recei tu ineir friends. The looms were
brightened ullh scarlet poinsetta, southern j
siunax and American beauty ruses. In thu !
dining rcom, red carnations formed the '
centerpiece lor the table and the roomg '
were lighted with ltd shaded candles. The I
horor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward!
Smith o( Kansas City and Miss Johnson
of St. Joscpn. ivlo. Following the reception
a supper wia given fur tho assisting party
anil me honor guests and a number of
men uere hulled. .-The guests were seated
a; small tuijies, red carnations forming the
centei pli ce.. l overs were placed for about
'ixty ueon. Asusilng during the receiving
houis were Mesdatnts C. F, ManderSon,
C. W. Lyman. H. M. McCord, John L.
we bsttr, C. K. Coiuant, E. Wakeley, James
.Uiivtnim. CharieM Gre-me. Thumas Kil
pulilck, uiiiiiun Kutintxc, John Bourkc,
t . E. i os,, Cuui lts o.itili, Cumpl)eil Fair,
,l. v. Gui'.iKit, John R. Rlnswalt, Henry
V muii, iim.y tjoorly. Misses Jessie
iiioaid, Steiia Hainiiion, Susan Holdiege,
Duiolhy .Moivan, Kiixabetli 1'lckens,, Allco
t-.t-iy ..ijt.rtw, t.iadys Peters. Ioulse Lord.
; Caroline mn kaioiv, Jean Cudahy, Louise
iMh, Alice 8w.tz.ir and Harper of Chicago.
ALoll 1MI cu-rl.4 . iMn..H
lltmgn !i'munt-i A"0,ll, '' "t't' 'ectption of New Year s
Ing, same iiial- la' as ihui glvtn by Mra. William A.
uy a above , ruxion, Mrs. Luther L. Kountae and Mrs.
very popular i . . .... . ...... .
l. twecii and tl o'clock. It ha been planned
to hold tho reception ut the home of Mr.
and Mrs. I'axton ui Fallacies, but the
unpropitlourf weather necessitated the
change. The Wllkina home was eluborately
decorated with cut flowers, palms and
smllax and about M) guests were received
auimg me atternoon. Assisting the
hostesses weie Mesdumes C. T. KounUe
u l. l-tistnian, Arthur Remington, J. T.
It-CHart, W. i'. Burns, lien Gallagher
Ward Huige.-s Augustus Kountze of New
Ytrk, C. Hull, Glenn Wharton, F. P,
Klrl.i ihIbII, J. A. McShane, C. J. Scam, ell.
J. E. Summers. Jr.; G, A. Houjjland. W. A.
I'axton, sr.; Sar.iuo! Burns, Jr.; T. F. Ken
nedy, Flunk Colpetzer, Mosher Colpetzer,
IT FARNAM ST
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1(PP 3! All I
Commence Monday Morning,
January 3d, at Promptly 8 O'clock
An Annual Event at the Elite For Which Hundreds of Women Wait
Every garment in our entire $35,000.00 stock of women's
high-class Suits, Coats, Dresses, Capes, Skirts, Furs,
Petticoats, Waists and Kimonos marked for clearance
"Many Garments Loss than Evon Half Prico"
A sweeping clearance sale of dependable,
stylish, women's cloaks, ut just one-half
original prices. Cloak that have been $15.00,
$17.50, $19.50, $22.50, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00,
$39.50, $45.00 and up to $G0.00, on sale during our
great Jan. clearance sale, cororaennlng MondaJ, at
Dresses at Half Price
An immense stock of Bilk and wool
dresses suitable for street, hoitso and even
ing wear. All colors and Mnes. Theo
dresses on Fale In our grand January clear
ante sale, commencing Monday, at one
half original prices.
Capes at Half Price
Capes for opera, carriage and street wear
lined and unlined, originally $12.50,
$19.50, $25.00, $35.00 and $45.00, all on
sale at half price.
Silk Petticoats Reduced to $3.95
Every color and El.e in this, our regular
stock of silk petticoats No job lots, but
the kind that have always given satisfac
tion. Petticoats that have regularly sold
at $4.95, $5.50 and $7.50, on sale during
our grand January clearance sale, at $3.95.
Children's Coats, 51.05'
Sizes 10, 12, 14 and 1G years.
Worth $7.50 and $10.00, on sale Monday
A little startling perhaps, but not dis
torted. "We want to sell them quickly."
Separate skirts of voile, panamas,
French serges and broadcloths. Waists of
silk, wool and linen, kimonos in silks and
crepes, all on sale at radical reductions in
price during our January clearance sale.
Hundreds of beautiful suits, yes, a thousand of
them tailored in the very acme of plyle and per
fection. Many of them advance Ideas that will fit
into your spring season's use. Suits that were or
iginally $19.60, $22.50, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00,
$39.50, $45.00, $49.90, $60.00, $75.00 and $85.00.
all on sale in our great January clearance sal
Monday, at .
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W ifjff irk ffim hit
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January Fur Sale
Beautiful, rich furs, all of absolutely
dependable qualities. Matched sets of
Eastern Mink, Japanene Mink, Lynx, Black
and Brown Fox, Black, Blue and Gray
Wolf, Blended and Natural Squirrels, Black
Russian Lynx, etc.; also hundreds of odd
muffs and scarfs, all marked at radical
reductions In our great January clearance
'HW ; ii
Russian Pony Coats
l with I carat
M. V. T. i.
Vyo'l price 11.50
in in u.u
Slashiivg January Clearance
I Mrs Ureatiy Keduced
At January Clearance Sale Prices
$ 60 Russian Pony f'oats, now 39.50
75 Russian Pony Coats, now
85 Russian Pony Coats, now 5950
125 Hudson Bay Seal Coat, now 0500
V omens Fwr Hats At Half Price
J - ii TV "
, 1k m m '
$12.00 Sable !,uin-el
$h.i)0 hable SquiiTel
$7.50 Sable Squirrel
$50.00 Sable Squirrel Set
$40.00 (Jrny Fox Set -now . .
, $50.00 Fjno Lynx Set -now .
$7.50 beautiful bugs, 5.50
$8.00 beautiful l.iitfs, $G.OO
$12.(K) beautiful bnKs 8H.00
$5.00 Nilk Kimonos, $3.00
$S.50 Silk Kimonos. SR nn
L$15 Silk Kimonos, $10.00
Weinlander (Si Smith
i.aaiep exclusive Furnishings.
317 South Sixteenth Street
"" 111 11 11,1 11 ' -JiB.llll'HlWI. UWf )..J.Wii .'TUfgl
John I Wcbutrr, W. S. Poppletoti, Oeiuge
Prill. W. D. UoHfurd, K. 11. Dal, Her
btrt Whcelvr, Kred Nash. T. L. tiuvls,
N. IHetx, Eva Wallace, ,T. s. Brady,
Mijes Hharp, Louise Peek, Bes Baum.
Jean Cudahy, Helen t'udahy, lOIiiabeth
Conadon, Caiullne Congduii and llelmi
Allws SHra Ay re.t and Jlr. OHiar Ayren
Kuvo a wutch party Friday evening at
their home In liunrloo tur a number of
their high Hihool friends.
Another dt iKtitftil uffalr was added to
the lung list of pretentious functions tlven
by Metropolitan rlub, In the New Year's
ball Filday ' evening. It was one of the
most pretentious parties of the year and
one of the largest, about 15 couples being
present. The club hoifwe on Harney Ftreet
was elaborately decorated, bid II a x and cut
flower predominating in the reception
room, dining loom and hu'l, and holly,
southern inillax and Christmas greens up
in the ball room. The stage presented a
wintry appearance with Icicles and Know
bunks glistening with frost and affording
a screen for the orchestra. At 11:45 all
4t down to an elaborate supper In the
dining room. Small tables uric used and
were decorated with red tarnations and
rrd-tliiiili'd candles. A toast wan given to
the New Year and several other tlme y
and appropriate topics ! the officers of
Mr. Harry May gave a dinner party
Thursday night 8t the Hotel Loyal In
honor of Miss Minnie lllller and Mr.
lister Klrschbraun of Chicago- I'ink ear-
rations formed the centerplecev of the table
and those present were Mr. and Mre. Henry
Hitler, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Klrschbraun,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kitsehbrauu, Mr.
and Mrs. Hig 'lnian of New York, Miss
Helen Itlgelman. Miss Jaffa of Trinidad,
Colo.; Miss Zerllna Iireyfooa, Miss Theresa
lireyfoos, Ht Florence Miller, Miss Hadio
Klrschbruun, Miss Myrtle May, Miss Verna
Klrschbraun, Miss Minnie Hiller, Mr. tester
Ktrrchbiaun, Mr. Harold ICIgelman, Mr.
Martin Hill, r, Mr. Ixiuis lllll.r. Mr. hd-
v.ard Klrschbraun, Mr. M. Sharuian
Pes M nines, Mr. Si roach of Lincoln an
Mr. Harry May.
Thursday evening at the apartments of
Mr. Louis Meti a farewell party was given
by htm to the entire Mats family and a
lew Invited guests. The occasion was
the deuurture of Mr. Louis Mela January
& for a four montna' trip abroad. The
evening Has spent at cards and tuusle,
refreshments being served later. The
guests included Mr. and Mra. Charles
Meta. Mr. and Mra. Fred Meta. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Mets. Mr. and Mis. Arthur
Hmlth. lr. ami Mrs. P. C. Morlarty, Mr.
mid Mrs. J. I). Weaver, rs. H. K. Hay
ward, Mls LUaabeth J'oiny, Miss Mae
Weaver, Mr. Gerber, Mr. Guy L. Smith,
Mr. Herman Melz, Mr, Smith and Mr.
Mr. W. 11. Mallory of 2S12 North Seven
teenth street gave an enjoyable bobsled
party Wednesday evening for Ml-s Dor
othy Hayre and a party of young friends.
The guests Were Misses Sayre, Yates, Bur
stow, Turney, Constantine, McSparren,
Cassell, Bradford, Butler, Sayre, Messrs.
Lyler, Sayre, Kelly, Kelley, Ittn liman, Nyc,
Beclitel, Towle, Tompsett, Baistow.
BEWARE OF THE COLD PLUNGE
Tepid Water fchoalil Be hulislltated
Mhen (be Wratker Is
The probabilities are strong that a girl
who takes daily morning cold plunges In
summer la not strong enough to do so
throughout tlie winter, cautions a doctor.
For these baths are deceptive in effect, as
only In cases of extremely low vitality
does the blood fail ?o react at once, and
In the sensation of warmth and the glow
Which follow the plunge a girl relieves it
agrees with her. But the real test Is how
she f.els through the day. It takes much
vYlaTity to "endure the stimulation of cold
plunges, ns the heart works faster or more
strongly to bring the temporature up to
normal, and Inerersed circulation keeps the
organ pimping hard for several hours.
Unless a g'rl Is really strong .die pays
for this later In the day by u feeling of
lassitude, and she is in less healthy con
dition than if she had not tried her syhUm
In that fe'hlon.
In summer when he atniosp!i"re does
not take streiiKth from the body, as It
docs in winter, cold plunges may In1 most
beneficial, but it Is safer ,lo avoid them
until summer heat brains.
BetUr is It. through cold weather, to
take warm baths m the morning. If one
is situated so fortunately as to be able to
go to a tub directly from bed, conditions
of health and hygiene are made most fa
vorable. In this way there will be no danger of
taking cold alter jl tepid bath, because
that temperature ooes not open the pores.
It Is cleansing without blng ii taxing. The
water is warm, not U.St, uud frlrtJonlnij If
done with a hath brush Insieail of with u
cloth will stimulate surface circulation
without taxing ho heart. A gisid, brisk
rub afterward with a Turkish towel pro
motes warmth and a glow which wllf pre
vent any likelihood of cold.
One who Is particularly susceptible, may
wipe ttiH che&t and anna with ale hoi later
as an extra pi-.caution, but thero Is no
objection to going out of doors as soon as
one is drrsscd.
Such a. bath' taken every day will keep
the skin In good condition and be a health
jHELFS FOR THE WASH DAY
llos Colors May lie Meld mid Hoii
I niii" and I'adlua l're
In washing green the color may be set
by the addition of alum. After blue has
been washed a handful of salt thrown Into
the rinsing water will prevent fading. It
is said oxgall is good tor preserving gray
and browns. For washing tan and natural
colors use water In which hay has been
nolle.. This will make the linen look like
Siib'ar of lead 5 cent's worth, dissolved
; In a pailful of water will prevent pinks,
j b!i;es and laenders from running,
j Vinegar Is good for purples and greens,
i Some pikhi mix a t blrspnonf ul of black
j pepper In the first suds when the surmnil
to be washed Is a atriped fabric In delicate
Ammonia lit solution will revive colors,
and should this fall to be on hand com
mon vlncisar will often answer well.
Supposing colored garments muBt wjit
he for belrg hung up to dry, as In the cac
uf the starch not being quite ready, or dt,
haps too hot tvery hoi starch will cau.-e
the color to fade), then they should I
laid in eold water to which a handful
common salt has been added.
Now that the fashion Is revived of com
bining two materials In one gown, women
who must study economy should take ad
vantage of tha fad.
For If an old atyla, plainly fitting aklrt
and separata waist are available, and on
can get a remnant that will harmonise, a
pretty gown could be dveloped by using
the old material for skirt and aleavea and
tha new for a tunlo that would fall to tha
hem of the skirt In front or longer.
The tunic would be supported by a salnty
yoke and ho slashed tip the center front
to aViove the knes, the corners to be taken
buck, lever fashions, and held with bowa
or buckles, the material plain or shirred.
Best lesults from Bee Want Ads.
FUR SALE FUR ALE FUR SALE FUR ALE FUR SALE
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
HIGH GRADE FU
Such us sets of Kussiau Siiblc, h'rniino. Chinchilla. Maine Mink, Hudson Hay Sable, White Fox, Broadtail
and Black Lynx WILL 00 ON SALE (Commencing Monday, January 3d) AT COST PRICES. Most of
the ladies of Omaha who Imvh irited our establishment and have seen these beautiful furs no doubt will
appreciate the opportunity of &i curing Hum at hucIj REMARKABLY LOW PRICES.
LA BOOK. & YOST
OMAHA'S FASHIONABLE FURRIERS
FUR SALE FUR SALE FUR SALE FUR SALE FUR SALE
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