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Debut Dance at Club
On? of the largo social affairs of the
week will be tho dancing party this even
ing at the Cpuntry club, given by Mr. and
Mis. George Lewis Hammer to Introduce
their daughter, Miss Ruth Hammer, who
U the second of the debutantes to be in
troduced. , The guests will be received In the large
living room at the club, which will bo
decorated with a profusion of cut flow
ers, sent by the many friends of the
young debutante, lit the dining room,
where the supper will be served, Kllarney
loses will form the decorations for the
In the receiving line will be Mr. and
Mrs. Hammer, Miss Ruth Hammer, Miss
Margaret Powell of St. Joseph, Mo., and
AUms Marlon Sonlag of livansvllle, III.
assisting will be Misses Helen Scoblo,
Violet Josjyn, Kllzabcth Bruce, Katherine
tceson, Ellxubcth Davis, Marjorle Stew
rt of Muncle, Ind.; Dorothy Miller of
Lafayette, Ind.; Mildred Butler, Eliza
beth Sweet, Mary Rlngwt.lt, Nina Dicta,
Iluth Hitchcock, Dorothy Stevens and
About 130 young people will be present
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vpdiko.
White chrysanthemums were used In
decoration and nine tables of players
Ml3 Lee:a Holdrese entertained at
luncheon todcy nt the Country club li
honor of Mil e Franc-s Phelps of Motcce
sie, Wj c, guest of Mrs. Arthur Critten
den Smith. Covers wc.-e placed for;
's Theater Parties
. Numerous box paftles were given lait
evening to nee Mist Gertrude Hoffman
and the Russian Dancers at the Boyd
With Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall
were Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Baldrlge, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen C. Wharton and Mrs.
, Another party Included Miss Margaret
Powell of 8t. Josenb. Mo.: Miss Ruth
Hammer, Harold Prltchett and Raymond
In the Boyd box we're Miss France
Wessels, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Caldwell,
Mrs. Bierbower and Mrs. Boyd.
One of the box parties Included Mrs.
Herman fcountze, Mrs. Ella Bqulres and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cotton.
One pf - the parties- this evening will
Include Miss Katherine Moorhead, Cap-
lain and Mrs. J, S. Swltzler and Lieu
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Sarbach will enter
tain at dinner, this evening In honor of
Miss Zerllna Llebllng of New York,
Covers will be placed for:
' Mlsset Misses
Eenjna IJebllng, ltnsina Aland el berg,
. Messrs. Messrs.
Lester Heyn, Walter Mandelberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis HUier, '
Mr. ana1 Mrs. Justin Harbach.
, . . . . ! . . .'
Mr. D, T. McGrath. of 2607 Dewey
avenue, was surprised at his home Sua
lay evening by a few friends dropping In
t congratulate him on his birthday. The
following " were present": .' ' '
- Mr.and Mrs.' O. T.-'McQrath,
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Mynster.
, Mr. and Mrs. J, Milton Shay, '
Mul' L, 8. Wolf.
Mr. II. D. Jensen,
Mif s-t "
Mis. K. 11. Hullls'.er.
Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith enter
tained Informally at a reception this
afternoon at her home for the members
of tho Knelsel quartet, who appear in
concert at the First Methodist church
Mrs. Miles Grtmlcaf entertained Infor
mally at luncheon Monduy for her school
friend, Mrs. Wanon Dennis of St. Paul,
guest of her mother, Mrs. Van Orman.
in tho center of the table was a mound
of ferns. The other guests were Miss
Madeline lllllis, Miss Cora Evans, and
Mrs, Ernest Kclley.
'For the Future
Mrs. C. A. Pratt will be hostess at a
luncheon at home Thursday.
Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Hniith will en
tertain at luncheon at homo Friday for
her guest, Miss Frances Phelps of Wy
oming. Mrs. Waito II. Bquler will entertain in
formally at tea Thursday afternoon at
her home in honor of her house guest.
Miss Blanche Cowfrey of Chicago.
The Crelghton Senior Prom to be given
at Chambers this evening, will be one
of the large affairs of the week. The
hiUl will be decorated with school colors,
blue and white, and college penants. The
program will be handsome books of
white moire silk wllh a large letter "C"
hand painted In blue.
Mrs.. Walte H. Squler entertained -Informally
at luncheon today at the Omaha
club In honor of her guest. Miss Blanche
Cowdrey of Chicago. Covers, were placed
for eight guests.
Mrs. Byron H. Smith was hostess at a
bridge party this afternoon at her home
on Harney street In compliment to Mrs.
y. 11. Updike of Los Angeles, Cal., who
Mrs. Plaleter of Dubuque, la., It the
gucots of Mr. and Mrs. Morrll.
Miss Adell Axtcll is visiting her sister,
Mrs. A. S. Whltworth of Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rlegelman of New York
will be the guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hlller.
xtii T.ellA WelskODf of Minneapolis
will arrive this week to spend a few
days with Miss Florence Hlller.
Mrs. J. A. Bradfleld, who was the guest
of Mr. O. K. Dellecker until after the
Pray-Dellecker wedding, left Sunday for
her home In Kansas City.
Mrs. Thomas Bradcn of Denver, form
erlly Mist Nellie Guild of this city, will
leave today for her home after spending
a fortnight with her parents, Mr. and
Mr. John Guild. . ' , ',
Mrs. J, MacVean . and her daughter,
MIhs MacVean, . Denver, who have
been visiting relatives on Prince Edward
Island, are guests of Mrs. MacVean's
brother, Murdock G. MacLeod.
Mr. Juck Neveless, who has been in
the Orient, has returned home and is at
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
H. Nevless, 1524 North Nineteenth street.
Mrs. Daniel Wheeler, Jr., has returned
from a short visit In Lincoln.
mm i macintosh.
South Sevvntenth t-trect.
lTflvacair 21, 1913.
Name and A (hire.
Marlon B. Ady, 611 i North Twenty-first St Central
Itoy Anderson, 4236 Maple St. Clifton
Joseph Bayard, 1521 Nortti Eighteenth St. . . .. . . .Kelloni
Char-lotto BryBOU, 829 South Twenty-second bi. . . .Mason '
Mamie Bullcek, 923 Homer St Kdw. Rosowater. ..1902
Robert Dextcrhouse, 2791 South Ninth St St. Patrick 1898
Carrie B. Diohl, 2630 Charles St Loug .. .1899
Carl C. Gerber, 217 South Twenty-fifth St Central 1904
Edwin W. Gray. 4328 Charles St Walnut Hill 1900
Anna Greenberg, 2710 Burt St Webster 1897
Rudolph Kirkham. 4102 North Twenty-third St Saratoga . . 1898
Irene Klotz, 1908 South Twelfth St Lincoln 1898
Herman Kulakofsky, 1944 South Tenth St Lincoln 1903
Edwin Landale, 819 North Forty-third St High 1894
Charlotto Larr, 1418 North Twenty-fifth St Long 1897
Elsaniarie McFarland, 2501 Karnam St ...Central 1898
Lucile McLaughlin, 2603 Woolworth Ave Park 1905
Ruth Macintosh, 1472 South Seventeenth St Comenius 1897
Leo Mangel, 2779 Capitol Ave Farnam 189S
Daniel Mooney. 2216 Grace St Lake ., 1902
Ralph E. Moulton, 2850 Binney St Howard Kennedy...l901
Inez C. Murphy. 2240 North Twenty-first St Sacred Heart 1899
Alfred V. Nelson, 2110 Grand Ave Saratoga 1903
Victor Nelson, 1932 South Twenty-ninth St Dupont 189f
Selma Olson, 429 Center St ...Train 189
Charles A. Parson, 2132 North Twenty-ninth St. . .Long 189c
Lucille Perkins, 4119 Izard St. .'. Saunders 190u
George E. Poole, 3155 Farnam St .Farnam 190 I
Llndley W. Potts, 818 South Twenty-first St Mason 190
Josephine M.-St. Clair. 2613 Spencer St Central 1902
Frank Stanley. 920 North Twenty-fifth St Kellom 189T
Helen Smith, 2923 Seward St Long 19 OR
Josephine Stuben. 2817 Woolworth Ave Park 1902
F.vnnB-filinn Sutton. 2515 Patrick Ave Long 1899
uriin.m vnrava. 31 6G South Fifteenth St Vinton 1896
War on Parliament
LONDON", Nov. SO The suffragettes
nrc preparing to renew their attacks on
Parliament with a battle tomorrow night,
which will surpass all previous ram
palgna. A feW days ago a delegation of
Kurfruirctleg Interviewed Premier AMilth
to obtain a pledge that the government
would undertake to puss a bill giving
equal stiffrr.Ko to both s-xis. Premier
AHiil!h declined to make such a pledge,
hut told tho women Instead that ho hud
always been opposed to woman suffrage.
At a subsequent meeting tho suffra
gettes decided to InuuKurnte a "war of
demonstration" In Parliament sipiare on
November 21. They hiiyc summoned ah
their followers and male sympathisers to
assemble eround the parliament building
at S o'clock at night. The fact that the
gathering Is fixed for after dark may
make unusual trouble for the xHee.
Mrs. Pet hick Lawrence explains It thu:
"The gathering has been arranged late
for the express reason that tho decent,
honest worklngmen will be In the streets
We have found that their pt-exenee af
fords woman moral protection against
violence by the police and hooligans."
Miss ChrlHtabel PanUhurst declared to.
night that the women certainly will push
heir way to the floor of tho House of
'ommoiis this time, to make their pro-
eat against "the great Insult Mr. As-
liillh has given."
It Is reported that another "womans'
movement. Incited by a conservative
newspaper. Is preparing for a monxter
meeting and Is sending out a petition,
Igned by several members of the nobility
n addition to many others, against the
fcaturo of Chancellor Lloyd-tleorge's In
surance bill, compelling women employes
to make Joint contribution of 8 pence
weekly, on the German plan.
MOVEMENTS Or OCEAN ITEAMIBI.
Port. Arrived Stilts.
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IlltEMKN Konl( Albert.
WHY WOT BXOIir &XFB AREWT
Woulun t you like
to btaiu over asani
with a new and per
fect and energetic
bouy would, becauMe
we know tnut we
only laat aa loug a
our eiomauiia last.
A tew years ago
we could nut begin
uver again. i o
-Eiiiuae wno have
.H .earned the new
way to nave a per
7 lect atoiuach uuo-
stltute the old
method of drugging
and paralysing tola
moat tuiportaot pari
of us tne' stomacn,
. . and alnvost unbe
lievable, hcience la
always doing won
uerful things for us
LABOR- mm INITIATIVE
Gomperg Engages in Skirmish with
and when news of
this last and moat wonderful and help
lul discovery ever maue liae been apread
mroughout the land, this will oe a na
tion ut rejoicing instead of a nation of
Hou know our physiology says, "The
titoniach la a large pear snapeu bag, an
enlargement of lue alimentary caual, the
lining of which contains tne glanda whlcn
pour into ma stomacn the digestive
juices.'' Our chemists have discovered
what acience has been worglug on for
years that is, just wnat elements these
juices contain. Having learned Just what
gents digest food they collected itiem in
the convenient form of bpruce-iepsln
Now the only possible reason for
stomach troubles of any kind from slight
indigestion to catarrh of the stomacn is
the tuut that tile food does not digest
promptly and thoroughly. In the begin
ning the dige-Jtlve Juices were weak and
oay after -lay of undigested, fermenting
food irritated and lnilumed the Uellgaie
Put perfect digestive agents into your
stomach, your food will promptly digest,
leave your ttomach In good condition
and n.ake good red blood toll of nourish
ment to ileal the inflammation.
Simplicity itself. Spruce-Pepsin Tab
lets will do tula and we want everybody
lu Know It.
Shall we sftid you a free trial box?
Srruce Tablet Co., Heron Z.ake. Mian,
Uetiular Mi.jjj can be glten at the fol
lowing xtori In Omaha: Sherman at
McConnell Drag Co., 16th and Douse Its.
Owl Drug Co., 16th and Harney Bta. Bar
Tard Pharmacy, 84th and rarnam Bta.
Loyal Pharmacy, 307-9 JTortn lata St.
Rev. Mary Gerard Andrews of Min
neapolis was honor guest at an 11 o'clock
breakfast given by members of the Wo
man's club thh) morning at the New
Hamilton cafe. Those preeent were sealed
at tabiea dccoiated with pink roses and
after breakfast went in a body to tne
Metropolitan building to attend the meet
ing of the curient topics department 01
the club. Place were laid lor ;
Mary oe.ard An James Uaniman,
j. Jj, coiiios,
V. T. ltouee,
'i'. 11. iracy,
K. H. Hume,
O. W. Aiuorehead,
K M. by bei t,
M. It. Came. on,
1'J. i. 'lowe,
F. 11. Coie,
C V. V lucent,
1'. J. BirHO,
C L. sniilh,
F. C 'lym,
t'. 1. Coon,
VV. O. fausley,
John l. Hiss,
J. K. rtuichina,
N. 11. Nelson,
John O. fceisur,
M. K. Ht-ndilck,
C. H. Marley,
Lm J. Jneaiey,
L. K. Stewart,
C L. hemple,
J. It Ada ins,
W. A. Cnaills, 1
F. S. McL.aiferty,
F. K. streight,
C. H. Cnibuin,
F. L. Haller,
F. J, tturnctt,
C. H. 'lownsend,
K. C, Jordan,
A. Li. biauiuy,
V. J. Iluntei,
U. T. Piait,
C. W. Hayes,
C. J. Roberta,
(J. a. Tracy,
S. it Davis,
Alls Josie McHugh,
M0YEE ATTACKS W. R. HEAEST
Lynch Defends Publisher and tne
Whole Matter la Keferred to
Micrutlve Coin nil I eo
for In veallgatlon.
WHAT WOau-N ABE DOING.
Miss Lucy I'uge Uaston, founder and
president of the Anti-Cigarette league,
has been commissioned policewoman lu
t hicagu. biie can now arrest any boy
she luids smoking cigarettes.
Governor DU of Nuw York has ap
pointed four inemoers ot the commission
that is to inquire Into the conditions of
the factories, and one of them is Miss
Mary liner, president ut the Womans
Traue Union league.
Mlaa Carollno Hazard, formerly presi
dent of Wellesley college, made the ad
dress at the piesemalion of tho model
school to the ciuxen of Peaceoale, It. 1.,
recently. The school was the gut of the
children of Rowland Hazard to the town
and cost I75.UUO.
Elgnora Marconi, wife of the wireless
inventor, has been appointed a lady In
Halting to Queen Helena of Italy.
! Hitherto only women belonging to the
aristocracy have neen raiHed to such a
I was the Hon.
liter of Lord
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 20,-Presldent
Samuel Gompers and the socialist mem
bers met today In the. first skirmish of
the present convention of the American
Federation of Labor. The socialists won
their point, which Involved the adoption
of the initiative and referendum principle
In the election of officers. Upon this tho
law committee had reported adversely.
A minority report presented by a dis
senting committeeman endorsing the gen
eral proposition In event of an Investi
gation by the legislative council proved
It feasible, got practically no dissenting
votes in the convention.
Among the supporters were the socialist
members, led by Joseph I. Cannon of the
Western Federation of Miners.
Mr. Cannon aroused the Ire of Mr.
Gompers when ho mentioned an alleged
Interview wllh the federation's president
at a time the former was endeavoring
to organize a labor party In Arizona,
quoting Mr. Uoinpers as saying they
could get all they wanted out of existing
parties. The Inference was that Mr.
Gompers was not ardently in favor ot the
principle of the initiative and referendum.
Mr. Gompers denied he had made any
such statement and declared what he
probably did say was that he waa moie
concerned In tho adoption of the Initia
tive, referendum und recall In the ooiv
stltutton of tho proposed state than he
was in the success of any party.
Karllcr in the day the convention pro
ceedings wcro enlivened by an attack
on William Randolph Hearst by Charles
Moyer, also of the Western Federation
of Miners. Mr. Moyer charged that Mr.
Hearst was an enemy of organized labor
becauee he tolerated a lockout of union
men at the mines of the Humeatake
Mining company at Lead, S. D., In whloh
the Hearst estate owns an interest.
James M. Lynch, president of the Inter
national Typographical union, warmly
defended Mr. Hearst, declaring that h
paid a high wage scale to 2,500 union men
and ought not to be condemned without
a hearing. The whole matter was re
f el red to the executive committee for In
City of Seattle is
Facing Water and
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. SO.-With Seat
tie facing a water famine and many ot
the smaller towns west ot the Cascade
mountains under water or cut oft from
communication by the loss of bridges am.
the washing out of roads the people o.
western Washington are anxlousl)
watching for signs ot subsidence of tht
flood that has raged for more than two
days. The railroads that cross the Cas
cades with their transcontinental lines are
virtually tied up, the only outlet belnb
by way of Portland.
Although Seattle, built upon hills. Is In
no danger from flood. It Is confronted b
a more aerloua problem that of a watet
The flood of Cedar river, from which
the city obtains Its water supply, washeu
away a bridge, carrying the two big pip
The city aUo Is without the use of the
municipal light plant. The rush of watei
carried away the intake lat the powei
The key to succchs in business Is the
julicluus and persistent use ot newsyupsr
m tfi Jlgnlty. Bignora Marconi
Get thi Original and Ganulnt
Thi Food-drink (or All Ages.
For Infants, Invalids, and Gro win g children.
PuicNutrition, up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nurting mother and the aged.
Rich miik maltfd frr'n. in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared b a minute.
Take no luUtitute. Ask for HORLICK'S.
fof In Any Millc Trust
1 by the health commissioner of Roston as
head nurse of the new school of hygiene
hurtau at a salary of ll.SOo a year. Miss
itark has been superintendent of the
Ustrlet Nurses' association, which covers
ne state of Massachusetts and of which
Ir. 1C. A. Codinan is the president.
Dr. 8ara L. Morris hss been appointed
nedic:tl adviser of women at the Cnlver-;-ty
of Wisconsin to succeed Ir. J. Helen
obson DenniMoii, resigned. lr. Morris
In a graduate of the Women's Medical
-ollege, Philadelphia. More than ioO
vomeii graduates ot the University of
S ixconsin get teaching jobs through the
m ncy maintained in connection with
he course fur training teachers.
A liraual aararlac.
a y.-, the first docs uf Hr. Klr.g's New
iu Pi Us; tho lii.ii leal regulators that
rci.fcUiin you. uuaranteed. UpC. For
..!o by Beaton Uiug I'm
. . i"irif rsmi n
Why turn yourself into a
it with every new concoc
tion that comes along?
Nature doen the cur
ing, Hot medicine,
Atk i ir Doctor if
A N D
U not Tho triatmtmt for
Coaght mnd Coldt, Crrppt,
and many othtr UU.
act eauoeisTa n-J
Indicted for Killing
Wife by Own Request
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 20. George Qolden,
Indicted at bis own request that a tria..
might exonerate him from the chargcb,
was placed on trial here today for ttv
murder of his wife. Mrs. Golden was sho
at her home in Wlckboro, Pa., July
Golden, who Is a wealthy merchant, thei.
said he shot his wife, mistaking her foi
a burglar. His story waa accepted ami
no Inquest wus held.
Ijiter William Kemmens, brother ot tht
dead woman, alleged the killing waa wll
ful and caused Golden s arrest. A wii
of habeas corpus gave Golden his tree
dom, hut at his own request an Indict
inent was returned ugalnst him In ordei
that he could be tried and exonerated
Golden sakl he could not be fairly tried
in his own county and the case waa sen
to Allegheny county for trial.
Two of Golden a six attorneys are hi
Prosecutor Leaa-on said he Intended to
show that Gulden quarreled frequently
with his wife about property and that
they had words on the night of the shoot
if t&lucs Jj
Time la money with you. You cannot afford to waste It. Every
hour spent with some fusny tailor, trying to make some
garment fit you. la lost. This store offers you, ready for
inatant service, the kind or garments your favorite tailor
makeH. Its buyer (.elects fabrics with rare good Judgment
nail the garments are not bought by the "hundreds ot a
kind." We do not "uniform the town." Our styles and pat
terns are very exclusive and the saving In time by our
method Is only exceeded by tho saving In money by our
prices. ' .
Faultless Business Suits ....$25.00 to $40.00
Overcoats built on dignified lines . . . .$25 to $G0
General Price Range .$10.00 UP
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE.
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HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES.
IOWA GIRL IN JAIL INSTEAD
OF BEING FAMOUS AVIATOR
CHICAGO, Nov. 30.-. ...cn Isabtlle
Crlspeii, a ytars old, came to Chicago
several weeks ago from Newton, Ja., sh
had dreams of becoming a famous avi
ator. Indeed, In Immediate prospect was
a yearly salary of l",Ouo, contingent on
I bar success In mastering the operation
of the aeroplane. Today her dream van
lhed. Bhe was sentenced to serve foui
mtntlis imprisonment on a charge of tak
ing a dress belonging to the womun b
whom she was emploed as a niuld w htU
j hopes of asrtul glory bvgau to fade.'
Suppose You Are Right
You who order "a sack of flour"
Who fafl to say "Gold Medal Flpur
Then it's folly for us to select our
To wash and brush and scour it
To grind each kernel through 20 sets
To sift the flour 10 times through
silk, and send you only that cream of
the flour which comes through
But you are not right, and our way
isn't folly. It's immensely important to
get Gold Medal Flour.
'Just think of this:
Some' 13,000 millers grind out flour. One
miller only grinds Gold Medal Flour.
Yet that Gold Medal Flour, in the test of time,
has come to outsell all the others.
It feeds 24,000,000 folks dally.
It must, as you know, be superlative flour.
Next time you order decide your own flour. Say
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