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TllK OMAHA KIT.VDAV HKK: DIX'KMBHK K). 1011,
Miss Bernice Edwards and Her Bridesmaids
V SlJf . -.f-fe'r Site
ram - ' & ... J. v . . . M n
l ," V, ' dining room, whore the Misses Heeter, ij
' " -i I' ' , , ' I v Dale Fur.h. Vern Hytterf. Di-lln Itnhin- II
SOCIETY AT UNIVERSITY CLUB! ' j , ' t -(S lZZX: H
' nf - ' ('' ' " ' ' J v Cc.ndra. lon nml Mr. I'.urnrtt. Mr. A. II
T V Y : ' ' i ''-tA ' At UHlmrypr.- Mr.' tid Mr." N"Mtl M
I L ' " fMik ' I nrnm nl about tlilrtv of the .Alpha M
PLAN MANY ENTERTAINMENTS I . ? ' iP'S . ! ".r."- 'r:. W
, f - JOT-"' lfl 1 0,",l,ll,: J'ronrlx Kirkow and MIbs
, f iflrTlS n"f?J A X clarlyn Kddy of T'remoiit. Mr. and Mrs.
I ' - - llivA y X J WhltnioMt of t;rand Inland. ,
, JiITjI' f The hrlrto In a daiiKhtor of IK-Btnt und
. 'j 1VW --SjV ' - 1 Mrs. VVhllinore and Kraduated from the
I . ' X.. i TT" k V - . . rifl-' :i ' 'i I Thv llt ho n homo after Jnuarv 1 In I
:" ZA. -.V -;,VV . VHUev. i I. it always . Vji
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k1 O v'Vn !
318-320 South 16th. St.
WMhv ' aaat a iaa mb
New Organization to Be a Real So
rial Center Thi Week.
Vic-lal trll of li tVi-rk liar
taral .lr- (lull itnilna Jtt.
ilviil 1 llolrH fur .
Ihr llollatay. ' '
MliNlyA V- I'MllmjiPCKt 'lull rtlnner nt
mmw lor Mil unrt 'IVtmynon ll!nen;
iiiiichciiii i l mvi iuMy i-iuo tor Mi.
iivki-nm '-MiDn Kiuiw JetiKu, luiichiun
lA rtiiHM Kir,'lre I'jiiwniun.
"1 C I'ii A lf-MNH Olmoim' HHydoil mi l
Mim Mm lie woiHiurd. lunciuori at tnu
no.iie ut mh iimviiin; Mii:iiikhii I'nl
'iiil.v alumni, niimiurt ut t nivrrmty
r.iio; Mk. j. Acfirr, aitt-rnoon In iut.
UWii'JKfiljAV-Mi'. and Mr. t!. .
xattlfn, dmnrr for Mr. anil Mil.
tlMiiK Wlllirim ami Mr. anil Mrs.
John ItoiiKo ol linuimni i-; Mi. Uiififii
Mlil'tlfiiH. lea for Mm. . II. ML'tJIiiy
rundy; im. W, B. Hoivp, t. omiH- tluu;
iiu'cmm of V. VV. club.
'i n l Km i A Mr. Jn.m n. WVHstrr, din
ner ut I'nfvei lty rhiu; Mrrryniakeri
r.nb. ( me at Jaroli'H Memorial hall;
l'.t-A-Vlr rliih. tlunce at Chamber ;
itr. f. Weber, nieetlnif of Hwimtlkii
1'HIUAV Mrs. Kredetle V. Thomas,
aliernoon brldao tor Mlaa Kdlth ai
nm; Mini Hernlro Kilwurdx, lunrheon
lor heir hrldnnmaliU; Mrn II. I.. I'oi.
lerflekl,1 afternoon hrlaae; Trcla Kal
Mieka club, banquet at' the Roma;
Major and Mra. AtKlnaon evening bridge
nt Kort rrook: t'hi Delta Theta, uan
iiuet at tne t'nlveralty otub.
a-vTI'UUAV-Mtaa Katnerln MUro. din
ner (or M law tiernlce I'lnarda and Mr.
'iiirnrr MnaAliaHer. , v -
Among the largest eoo.nl affairs of the
neek are thnao to be given at the I'nl
ialt club. Thle elul of college mtt
la mora jtV f.ulVl."i J'i'MVV fif'
in i center ol university dolni: of all
"StonJfy Tfic'ro' Snie'a Tunilie'dn at the
club for Mr "ArfrM ' 'JVtlnyaon Mrltomi.
Tuedtty evening the Mlehlgan men will
banquet tha, rjtib,': Thureday-'venla
Mr.. John It Webaler will entertain at
dinner there. . Friday -the I'MPelta Theta
f i eternity will hold their banquet at the
I'nlverMty club. Among the eventa which
will be given at the club during .the holi
days will be the Off-Night flub biituiuet,
December 21; the Nebraska nlutnnl ban
quet, Dei-ember the Beta Theta 11
banquet, December 3D, . and the I'nlver
itjr club luncheon for I'resldent Nichols
of Dartmouth college, January 2.
The club event to which the wives of
the club members will be Invited 'and In
which they will bo especially Interested
la the lecture on "Insects end 'the Public
Health" by Prof. Lawrence Bruner of the
I nlv entity of Nebraska, which will be
given lu the near future.
. - - -
I'atruaeaaea fwr Harvard ( lub.
Meal plans' for the concert of the liar
laid Ulee. Banjo and Mandolin clubs to
le given, at the Boyd Saturday, December
are progressing. Alumni of the uni
versities and colleges represented In Ne
braska are engaging boxes. Among thexe
are Harvard. Masvachusetts Institute of
Technology, Dartmouth. Cornell and
t'relghtou. The thirty members of the
Crelghton "lire, club will sit together In
the house. The ttatrunnesaee have been
chueen and Include the mother. Hlvea,
sinters and frlmids of Harvard men.
The half hundred young men composing
the Harvard musical clubs will arrive
from Kansas City. So far as known now
they may not be able to get here before
o'clock In the evening; but an effort
la being made to change the pla;i that
they may be here In 'the afternoon for the
lecepllon planned by Mre. Arthur Crit
tenden eiiiilth. The vlalttng men will be
entertained at dinner at the Omaha club
by the local Harvard alumni and after
the concert there will be a dame at the
Home. The clubs will leave fur the eunl
at 12:30 o'clock after the dame.
At the luncert Harold M.itteiK, ho
attended Harvard last eur and waa a
member of the Ulee club, will sing a aolo.
Kxm Millard, mho Is one of the prime
inuvers among the local men planning the
entertainment for the vlaliors, waa t
member of the mandolin club alien In
among the Harvard alumni at the concert
college. Another Nebra.-kan, prof. Krneat
U. fimai.t or the Mute university, ho
sang lu the tilee club eighteen years. ago.
will bo umung the Harvard alumni at the
Tl patrontsuea are
Mlaa Jt'Soia Millard. '
hiss zmzsim iezrot
M. R, Murphy. The weddlm; will lanu
place In the spring.
The many frlenila of the ;ounu ico;ile
regret that they are to reside In another
city, Mr. Murphy nttomled Crelghton
collego and haa Rone Into the rommiKloii
buslnepa In Sioux t.'jty,
MlM. McCaffrey atttended Havri d. I leart
ennsetu ln tlila city, and lntfl (frnduatod
at Trinity college, Wq.ihlnutoir. t c1i Hhe
Is the poaseaaor of A lyrlc.aopiano voice
and him cuullnueil her musical aludles
since leaving college.
Mr. Murphy aa promln uit , in I K 11
club athlelloe,' belotiKlng to ths liaae. I -n'l
team and wai one of the cxpn't j,'llti
rf the club.
' i-'raternlty Mru r'.nterialu.
The local men belonging to Nehrnaka
chapter, of Phi Delta Theta. eapeclally
thono who have atttended lie unlvor.iitv
at Lincoln of late yeara, are plannliu: to
entertain one mf their fraternity who htia
been actively ;i limbing the- l.nM '.- of his
trionic fame since having oll-ije. This
talent .1 young man la Mr. Homer ll-'iit,
better known among Phi Delu a
"Hyper," who even In his college days
manifested marked ability as an enter
tainer. After graduating from the Amer
ican Academy of Dramatic Art In New
York, Mr. Hunt .has ' played In varluus
companies. He Is now with Loiila Mann
In 'Klevating a Husband." which will be
here four days. bc-Klunlng today. Ik lulus
the part of Prof. Henaon.
The Pill Delta are planning t.i hit iid
the performance on an evening iuii et
set and give a alag dinner f-n- Mr. Hunt
after the performance.
be rr.uld of honor, will entertain the .wed.
ding party nt dinner ut her home. Fri
day, Mlea gKdfarda will entertain the
young women of her wedding party at
luncheon. Mr. MacAllaater la expected
from California tomorrow.
J. J, Hro n.
F. A. rirogan.'
V. II. liurhulr..
VVanl M Hiil'ki.
Victor 11 1'aldnell.
VV llllmil J. t.'oud. .
IkHKR K. Colicdoll,
I. . F. CiofiKit.
N. P. Dodge, Jr.;
'. H. Klgulter.
". T, tle.ii ge.
II. I. Ihl-.liiUt.
iwitge W. -Huidrege,
It. K Hollli-ter.
le-ire A. Joxl) n,
.1 '. Kli.nlir.
F. p. KliWenilall.
I.. I.. Jvoiinlze,
r. W. Lake,
I Mi nduitira
H illlam l.a,lter of
M. D. I,ui ncd
M. I.. l.lllK-f.nii.
P. I.. Martin.
P. K. Mi-Klllip, '
K. W. Nash.
'liar lea ufful,
W. S. l'opli.on,
W. M. Italiibult.
J. H. Sioljie.
Arthur C. Smith.
Fredei irk A. Smith,
W. S. Htlllman.
O. D. Tuninrllff,
). W. Wattlen.
II. F. W nian,
II W. Yalea.
All eugagtinent of much Interem U tiiat
f Must Cecelia McCaffrey, daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. OwtH Mi- affrey. to Mr.
Jul.u V Muiphy, V.ii uf Mr. and Mi .
The man luge of Mlaa Mat me
Uolden of Omaha and Mr. l.awrenie
Carpenter of Chicago will take place
Thiirrdav, Decemlwr 11. Owing to lllneas
In the family of the bride the ceremony
sv 111 be performed lu Chicago and Mlas
(.loliien will be accompanied there by
her parents, The young couple will make
their future home nt tMT 1'ialile avenue.
The wi-ihllim of Mis lit thu Mavrr of
Kaunas City, Mo., and Mr. Sum Meyer
of Omuha took plucc Tuciiiluy evening at
o'clock In the parlors of the Hold Bal
timore at Kunaas City. The at'.endHnta
were Hie ginom'a brother, Mr. Charles
Meyer of St. 1ai.iI, and Mr. Dave Mayer
of Kansas City. The purlors were heau
tlfully Ui" ci ati (1 with palm, ferna and
bankets of pink ant white rarniitloiia.
with southern amilax auif'iHlei from the
chandellcra. The brides gown waa white
lace over nu Kbulliie and tiimmcd with
Nllk friiiKC. Ilir Ioiik tulle veil m faa
lened with llllia of the vallrs. After the
cercinony a supper waa aeiied lu the
Wlilte room, when- the pieiulllng colors,
pink and white, were until. A pietly ft-a-tui'e
of the tllnlug iomi liecoiaUoii uaa
the large banket of pink and white car
nations am Tumuli d by ferna which
adorned the : talle. Tint out-of-town
Mias Manna Mevcr of St. I.oui.
M flasie "si cf i !.f liailei. M..
Mi. Hik C. Mijci- of Philadelphia.
, Mr. Joat-pli Mi-M-r i ( llutU--, ilo.
Mr. und .Mrs. Mo er are ut home at Hie
Mlaa llt-rii.t-e IMw.uda. uaughtei of Mi,
and Mrs. A. tj. i:.lril. und Mr. Turner
MacAllaaler t.f Oakland. Cal i. li..s
ding wl'.l take nlace December 11 uill
be honor gtii-.-,ta at a number of hoclul en-ti-rlaltimt
nt'. saiiirtlay Mrs. A. II. Fuller
i-nlei tamed liifm m.illy at lunchcn for
Mies Kdwards. Monday Mn-a Flolae
Jenks will entertain at lunch-on for Miaa
Kdwards uinl her touKin. Mia. Harold
Mllee, of De Moines Mia Katherinu
Powell, nnother bi idivuuaiil. will enter
tain suine evening this uck f,.r Mlaa
I'M w aids and Mr. laeAllu.-tei. Saturday
evening Mbi l'i tt-rl;; IV.''. '.-., alio i
The mania go i f Mlaa Nell Whllmoro
to Mr. Nels l-Mwatd 4ohpon took place
at 1 o'clock Thursday evening at tho
home of the bride's parents. Mr. und Mra.
V. .. Whltmore- of Vallev. ' Ucv,
Whealherly of Lincoln officiated.
The bilde waa gowned In white aatln
li-lmiued with chantllly luce. She wore
a veil and carried a shower bouquet of
white roses and lilies of tho vallev. Her
onlv ornament win a diamond nnd pearl
prndunt. the gift of the groom's (parents.
. Mlnae Marlon YVhltmure, cousin of the
bride. Mabel Johnson, IMna Weents and
Carulle Meer attended the brldea as
her maids and carried rone of smllax.
The flower plrla. Dorothy Webb and Lido.
Whltmure, .carried baaketa of roses,
.awrence Coy of Vallev was heat man.
Preceding the . ceremony Miss Mabel
Dorau of York sane; "Relieve Me If All
Those fcndearlnir Yoitntr Charms." Miss
Kthel MarFarlane of Lincoln played the
Lohengrin wedding march and during the
ceremony she ployed "To a Wild Rose."
The guests were received by Mr. and
Mia. W. O. Whllmore, father and mother
of the bride; the bride and groom, Mr.
and Mra. Johnson, parents of the groom;
I awrence Coy, the attendant of the
groom, and the four brldeanialds.
While congratulations were being re.
celved 'Mlas Do! an sang "April Morn,"
and Verne Hays of Omaha gave several
.. The Alpha Chi girls then sang a num
ber of the sororltv songs. The decora
tions throughout the house were pink
and white. The bridal partv' stood be
neath a canopy of smllax nnd carnations.
The same colors were curried out In the
university-In the-class of till. She Is
member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
The groom Is a younK business man of
They will he at. home after Jnuary 1 In
Mra. Charles Offult gave an Informal
ten Thursday afternoon "for Mis. . G.
iModllllcuddy of San Francisco.
Miss OUa Stori and Miss liulae Stori
entertained Informally at bridge Paturday
afternoon, at their home. Five tables of
players were present:
Mrs. Luther Koitntxo gave an Informal
tea Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Harry
Wllklna of Chicago, when a few of tho
latter's old friends were aaked.
Mrs. Frank Wllhclm entertained In
formally at luncheon Saturday afternoon
at her home. A lavender color scheme
was used and flfteeen guests were
Mrs. Charles Meti entertained Infor
mally at bridge, Friday afternoon for her
guest, Mrs. A. Cray of Chicago, nnd Mrs.
Adolph Dwork of Schuyler, Nob., guest
of Mrs. Fred Met a.
Mr., and Mrs. Joseph Barker. 2d, enter,
talned at a bridge dinner last evening
at their home. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. B. Martin,
, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph West. :
Mr. und .Mia. Charles VV. Martin,
Miss Allco Cary McUreW,
, Mr. Wilson Austin. .' .
A novel social entertainment wae given
by Mrs. J. U. Wadsworth, Mra. Howard
W. Tllton and Mrs. Alfred Hanchett of
Council Bluffs Friday afternoon at the
G.and hotel. Miss Kthel Lyman of Chi
cago, a talented story teller, told a num
ber of interesting and entertaining
Japanese legends. Miss Lyman has made
an extended study of the legends of the
orient and the unique entertainment was
much eitloyed by the guests. Mrs. Lucius
Prior oi Omaha sang several Japanese
songs, and waa accompanied by' Mrs.
Carlton Woodward. The ball room of the
Grand hotel, where the program was
given, ' was attractively decorated with
palms, ferns and cut roses. There were
150 guests present, thirty being from
Omaha. Assisting as hostesses were:
Mesdames Frank Penny, Angelina Brlns
mald, Roy Wilcox', Misses Irma Smith,
Marion Tllton and Rachael Parmalee
Little Miss Phyllis Hunter entertained
at two parties for her little school friends.
The first was given Friday evening from
4 to 6 o'clock for the smaller children. A
cobweb game In which were favors for
the little ones, was the principal enter
tainment. Those present were little Missel
Virginia Pearce, Ruth Orlmmell, Masters
William Poppleton. Jamea Roney and
James McMullen. The second of the series
was given Saturday afternoon, when
f our sty Sis
Sold from $25.00 to 50.00 your PJ
Choice of Over 500, for . . . . . . . .
See Our Wmdw.
(Conliixttad on Page Three.)
GIFTS THAT ARE
For nnmy people tin coming of Chrjst
liuis means the pnri'hase of diamonds for
gifts. The-diamond has such a great value
and is so much appreciated by all that no
mistake can be made through the giving of
a pure stone for Christina?. It has u per
manent value, too, which will keep thoughts
of the donor fresh in the memory of the re
cipient long after the gift day has passed.
Wo have a most lntcre&tini collection of artis
tically dcblfcnoil mountings tnade entirely of plati
num or of gold and set with the finest quality of
blue white diamonds aud rare Blotus. Dinner and
cluster rings, pondant earrings, la valllcres, lockets,
brooches, pendant, gcarf pins, tie clasps, all are
displayed here with the finest diamond settings.
Our excellent assortment offers every pos
sible advantage to gift buyers. -
lioii't .Merely lluy litieM.
SUtecnlli and Harney.
pays to '
l .1 in m H
j- lifch IS VUOM m
; " . - -.mm ii est s ississsisss ssaa--ass--a jjii ' "saiWtm mtmm P-aT
sWsMBgHBtfauT4gV .-...4g fe1
jnrj yj yrs
for a spe- '
Trade your "Horn" Talking
Ellaohine in on an Exquisite
with "Horns" are
going out of style at light
ning speed. Trade Yours! .
no horns, arc being
for the world over.
The Victor Talking Machine Co. Authorizes
the Nebraska Cycle Co. to TAKE BN Your
Present 4Horn" Machine at an EXTREME-,
LY LIBERAL Allowance, in Exchange on
a " Victrola."
"Horns" Are Doomed
Get a "Vi ctrola"
Sound reproducing machines that must use "Horns,"
will be almost obsolete entirely out of demand In
six month from now.
Entertainment lovers th world over stood for
Horns" aa long aa 'Horns'' were necessary; but it
became a far different story when the graceful, hand
some and exquisite sounding hornless " V lt-"l UOL.A "
came on the market.
The world wide tendency of the moment la to GUT
RID of the "horn" talking machine; o trade yours
In tu The Nebraska Cycle Co. while there la yet fcome
demand for the 'horn" machine In districts away
from here, districts where all traded In machines will
be t-t-nt to If necessary.
The Nebraska Cycle Co. is prepared to make you
an exceptionally large allowance on your ordinary
"horn" machine If you bring it in NOW. It isn't too
late YKT, but It WILL be SOON, for "horn'' machines
will soon bo a drug on the market. KV'LK t t:ul 1
wants a machine of the hornless: "Victrola" typo.
The "VlCTROI,A." belnff built without a horn. Is
not only a far HANDfOMi:it object than the ordinary
horn" reproducing instrument, but'SOUNDS VASTL.1 :
The large, seienNf Ically cinstructed sound chamber
of the "Victrola" enables a most beautiful rendition
of music, nong or Mory. bringing It just that niui-n
closer to nature. It's a rudical departure from the
squeaky Instruments you have known in the past.
The "Victrola" is far more magnificent in appear
ance than most pianos; it Is of euch a shape that it
cannot get in one's way; it is arranged to hold rec
ords in many cases, and n.uy be had in most any de
LaRt, but not least, the "Victrola" uses any disc
record, and brijigs out the lene fuller, stronger, more
ugretsole in every wh.v.
If you live out of town write for the plan wherebv
you -Trade a Machine By Mail." Trade in your ma
ihinc: no matter how lari?e or small.
1 f nnm mr"i i b r r Tm-ii sgajsasm 1
15th and Harney Sts.
GEO. E. MICKEL,
Council Bluffs, la.
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TO CHRISTMAS aHOPPERS
The members of the Ladies
Shopping Club and others will
find our beautiful down utairs
lunch and nxiu water rooji
iSiMloaslal at llh and Dodge
altogether the most attractive
place In Omaha to get a cup of
hot coffe, im'ou or Ceylon tea
or a dainty sandwich or other
Try our "lminty Tld Bit Combina
tion Sandwich" JJo
Or Oyatwr Cocktail o
Same service mentioned above
at our new and handsome "I Hu
ts ni Plutriuat y," SOU and Fai
naiit. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
riY Drug stores ru OnuUia.
(AU Oooa Oues.)
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