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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 29. 1912.
WOMEN TO DRIVE OWN AUTOS
Society Standing Back of Big Flower
CROWDS AT THE OUTDOOR CLUBS
Tvro Biff Weddings Brie-to-Be Se-
locts Stater Dbtajstee the
' Brtdenmalda at . Her
Members of Whiting-Sweet Bridal Party
MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Sweet, dinner Tor Whtting-Sweet wed
ding party; Miss Elizabeth Hamllng, tea,
for Miss Doris Keeney of Warsaw, N.
y,; MIm Ruth eiabeufih. bride party
at Happy Hollow club; MIm Katharine
Krug, theater party at the Boyd for
Miss Katherlne Torrance of Los An
geles. TUESDAY Automobile flower parade;
wedding of Miss Elisabeth fiweet and
Lieutenant G. W. Whiting at Trinity
cathedra); closing dinner and dance at
Happy Hollow club; Miss June Greevy,
tea for Miss Elisabeth Hamllng; Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Dvrlcee, dinner at
Happy Hollow; Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Oil
more, dinner at Happy Hollow; Mrs. C.
Vincent, dinner and Orpheum party for
Mrs. Connor of Den! son. la., and Mrs.
T. S. Gist of Falls City.
WEBNESDAT Ak-8ar-Ben electrical
parade; Miss Lucile Patterson, window
party for parade; window party for
Keeney-Haniling wedding party.
THUKSDAY-Weddlng.of Miss Frances
Oould and Mr. Thomas Alleni Mrs. Kd
ward phelan. afternoon bridge for Mrs.
Connor of Denlson. Ia.
FRIDAY Ak-Sar-Ben coronation ball;
Mrs. F. M. Hamllng, dinner for Keeney
. Hamllng wedding party.
SATURDAY Wedding or Miss Elisabeth
Hamllng and Mr. Robert Keeney of
Warsaw, N. Y., at North Presbyterian
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A number of women have made definite
plans to ride In the automobile flower
parade next Tuesday. Miss Beatrice Coad
. w ill drive bar electrlo machine and have
; Mrs. Ellen Coad Jensen with her. Mine
Katherlne Krug. with her guest. Miss
Katherlne Torrance of Los Angeles, will
ride in her electric, which will be deco
rated with pink roses. Mlae Grace Allison
will ride alone In her eleotrio machine.
Another eleotrio runabout will be driven
I by Mrs. D. J. O'Brien, with whom will
j ride Mrs, Edward O'Brien, Mr. J. M.
j Metoalf has entered her seven-passenger
limousine and will be accompanied: by
i Mm JTedrlc Thomas. She will have a
driver and page and the car will be
I decorated with Pink rosea and green
folia. The suffrage societies are plan'
nlng to deoorat a float for the occasion.
' Miss Margaret McSUane will enter with
her five-passenger touring car. With Miss
. Kugiiiuie wiii be Sties Neil Sheridan of
. St Joseph and Miss Margaret Dedarich
: of Chicago.
: WhKlag-Sweet Wedding at Trinity.
! One of the Urge fall church wedding
; will be that of Mies Elizabeth. Sweet,
i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlea A.
I Sweet, and Lieutenant a W. Whiting of
! the .Fourth Inf&flUv at Ftort qrook,
which will ake place at Trinity
cathedral Tuesday evening. The maid of
, honor win be Mlae Welcome Ayer of
1 Topeka and the bridesmaids will be Mlae
. Dorothy Morgan and Mis Pauline
The beet man will ba Lieutenant Whit
ing's brother, Brian Whiting of Mirshall,
i Va., and the ushers will be Lewi Sweet,
who arrived yesterday from Chicago for
- Us sister's wedding, and Lieutenants Sel
bie. Griffith and Wilson of Fort Crook,
Mr,, Brian Whiting arrived yesterday.
Mr Sweet's slater, Mrs. Joel Witmer of
Kansas City, came Friday for the wed
ding. Monday evening Mr, and Mrs. Sweet
wll entertain at dinner for the wedding
party. Saturday evening Lieutenant and
Mrs. Fulton gave a dinner preceding the
bop at Fort Crook la honor of Miss Sweet
and Lieutenant Whiting. ";
Bride Chooses Sister Bebataatea.
Miss Ruth Hammer baa chosen as
bridesmaids for her wedding four young
women, who, with berself, were debut-
antes last season. One of them. Hies
Elisabeth Davis, was queen of Ak-Sar.
. Ben last year, and Miss Hammer and the
other three bridesmaids were special
maids on that occasion. The three brides
maids are Mildred Butler, Elisabeth
- Bruce and Katherlne Beeson, Miss Ham.
; mer, who Is the daughter of Mr. and
; Mrs. George L Hammer, will be married,
', to Harold Prltchett November T at the
' First Presbyterian church.
Miss Has to Stady Abroad. '
Miss Frances Nash, society belle,
musician, horsewoman and former queen
of Ak-Sar-Ben, will be absent from this
winter's social festivities. She baa de
cided to spend the winter studying In
strumental muslo in which she baa
already made some success locally, 6he
will leave with her mother, Mrs. E. W,
Nash, October 17, for Berlin,
I hl-Mllroy Weddlna.
One of the first large autumn weddings
was that of Ml Katherlne Mtlroy,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W, F. Mllroy,
to Mr, Mel t'hl, Jr., which was celebrated
'at evening at the First Presbyterian
, church. Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, offlclat
Jng, The church was decorated with
palms, ferns and pink roses.
The bride was charming In her wedding
, gown of white satin charmeiise, with
bodice and sleeves of duchess lace and
embroidered with rhlnestones and pearla
The skirt was bonSered with a wide band
of duchess lace and draped with cblffon
She carried a shower bouquet of lilies of
the valley and brldea rosea. The groom's
gift to the bride waa a diamond pendant
Misa Marlon Macrae was the first of
the tilde's attendants to enter. She wore
pink eatln oharmeuse. The bodice, was
trimmed with garnitures of gold and
rhlnestones. The gold lace felt from the
moulders and was draped to the skirt
with a rhlaeatone buckle.
Mrs. Herbert Hays of 8tella. Neb.,
sister of the bride, was matron of honor,
ana was gowned In pink crepe meteor,
trimmed with crystal lac and brilliants
mjss susebia Dudley preceded the
bride and was gowned In pink char
meuse. crystal lace formed the bodice
and was draped on the skirt and fas
tened with buckles of rhlnestones and
pearla. Each of the bride's attendants
carried a garden hat filled with pint
The bride gave Mra Hayes an ex
quisite gold bar Pin, band chased; Miss
jvueoia jjMaier. mja i nonor, waa
riven a gold bracelet, and Mlas Marlon
Macrae a lavalUer ot gold set with
peart and ruby.
Mr. uhl gave hi ushers, Mr. John Mtl
roy of BeCefontalne, O.; Mr, Louis Harte,
Mr.- Paul Stsson and Mr, Herbert Hays.
farf pins the new friendship circle
'' s'(-n, sad to bis brother, Mr. Milton
11, who was best man, a similar pin,
t wtih stones Instead of plain gold
Following the ceremony a wedding up
( per was served at the home of Dr. and
Mrs, waroy to the members of the wed.
CHAIRMAN OF WOUAK'S COMMIT-
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Discount on All Our
We have about 25 of the handsom
est and most exclusive costumes ever
shown in Omaha and we are not going
to wait until the season is overbut
will sacrifice them right now in the
heart of the season.
Beginning Monday morning you can
buy any costume in our store that
sold from $45.00 to $150.00 at a
bonafide reduction of 25 per cent
from our regular prices.
These gowns embody the latest ideas of the
most celebrated designers.
4 'Remember, " in this store every garment
is marked in plain figures so you can figure the
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THE FOR FLORA! PARADE.
own home on Twenty-ninth street Is
ready for occupation.
Mrs. W. F. Allen and Mra. Bishop have
returned from Colorado and a stay of
some days In Lincoln with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry T. Clark, Jr.
MRS. W. D.
ding party and the relatives. Covers were
placed for fifty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Uhl left far a wedding
trip after which they will reside in
a pretty nome wedding was that at
Miss Fannie Hoffhlne and Dr. Andrew
Double Brown, which was celebrated las!
evening at 1:30 o'clock, at the apartments
of the bride's brother, John Hoffhlne, at
tne Hamilton. Rev. T. H. McConneirf
the Westminister church fflrltl
Pink roBes, ferns and palms were used
In decorating. - .
Tbe bride was gowned In white satin
charmeusse. drapod with ChantUly lace
and she carried a shower bouquet of
swansonla and brides' roses.
Miss Marie Tracy was maid of honor
and wore pink charmeusea draped with
sen-tone chlffun. she carried pink roses.
Dr. A. A, Smith of Lincoln served as
Dr. and Mrs. Brown will take a short
wedding trip and will be at home after
November 1 at tha Hamilton.'
Dr. Brown is one of the younger hv-
elclans of the city and is Interne at Wise
Memorial hospital. The bride Is an at
tractive young woman and although she
bas resided in Omaha but two years, sht
nas many mends here.
Travelers Return for Ak-Sar-Ben.
pir. and airs. A. J. Love are home fram
Miss Sadie Klrschbraun has returned
from a short visit in Chicago,
Mra fiwartslander and Miss Hamilton
will be home Monday from Washington.
Mr George Redick and her mother,
Mr Hughes, and Mr. Win Hughes re
turned from New York and a brief star
ta Pittsburgh. ,
Mrs. Charles T. KounUe and children
and Mrs. John T. Stewart, :nd, and chil
dren, return today from Mackinac, where
they have been spending the summer.
Mr. and Mra Truman Buck and Mra
Edgar Morsman, Jr., and children, re
turned Thursday from Westport-on-Lake
Champlaln, where they have been since
June. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baldrlge have re
turned from Rockland. Me., and are In
the Howard (Baldrtge house" until their
At the Field Club.
The closing of the Field club last evoa.
Ing brought out one ef the largest crowds
In the history of the club. Over 600 reser.
vatlon were t. made for the dinner and
many more nierobers came later in the
evening1 for the dance.
Mr.'' and 'Urt!1 Robtrrt' H. Manley had
as their guests; . r
Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Boyer,
Mr. and Mrs. George Laler,
Miss Effle Haight. ,
. Mr, Jack Sharp. ('
Dining together were:
, Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Richards,
Mr, and Mrs. Reed Tulmage.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bavlnger,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Unsicker,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bothwell,
Mrs. Maud A. Wallace had as her
Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. CarmUihael,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kelly,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Cully,
Miss Ada Charlton, ' '
Dr. V. a Whltoomb,
Mr. Wendell W. Moore.
Mrs. M. A. Wallace gave a bowling
party Friday morning at too Field olub,
followed by luncheon, and then an after
noon of bridge. Those present were:
Mesdames ' Mesdames
Roy Moore, M.A.Wallace. .
Ada Charlton, IrsneLucas.
Dr. J. F. Anson and Dr. H. M. Fits
gibbon gave a dinner last evening, Their
guests were: ,
. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pick.
Mr. and Mrs. I J. Millard.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Rogers. ,
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Arnold.
Mm H. K. Wilcox of Minneapolis.
Mrs. McKenny of Minneapolis.
Miss Katherlne Krug gave a dinner
last evening for her guest, Miss Kftther
lne Torrance, of tos Angeles. Covers
were laid for:
Ml usee Misses
Katherlne Torrance, Marguerite Busch,
Helen Matters, Harriet Coplsy. 1
BACK FROM TWO TEARS' STUDY
MISS EMMA. MUELLER.
Miss Anna W. Mueller has returned
from a year's study In vocei music with
Frau Freda Roush and Fraullne See
hoffer, royal opera singers of Berlin and
Vienna, Mla Mueller is the daughter of
Mrs, C. 0. Uwtt of Florence, Neb,
SOCIETY GIRL GOES ABROAD TO
STUDY MUSIC "
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MISS FRANCES NASH.
Katherlne Krug, '
Leon Callahsn, Fred Wallace,
T. H. Matters, Jr., Earl Burket.
Other dinner parties were given ' by
Everett Buckingham who entertained at
one of the larger parties and had covers
placed for thirty-five guests, H, Murray
had fourteen; J. B. Porter, six; Q. A.
Young, twelve; J. W. Hughes, four; E.
D. Knapp, four; Dr. B. A. MeDermott,
six; K M. Ritchie, twelve; Lester Dris
haus, nine; M. Dowllng, six; Fred Ham
ilton, six; W. K. Cundlff, four; C. W.
Mlkeaell, ten; Miss Frances Graves, four;
Oeorge I. Wright, five; H. J. McCarthy,
five; J. F. Coad, elgUt; A. P, Whltmore,
four; II. Weller, six.; C. E. Burmelster,
six; W. H. Busch, eight; E. J. McVann,
seven; II. A. Wahl. fourteen; W. G.
Nicholson, four; B. W. Capen, eight; J.
B. Blanchard, six; John Lavelle, four;
J. A. Abbott, ten; A. J. Vierling, six,;, J.
D. Stephens, eighteen; W, R. Adair, six;
W. H. Clarke, six; R- D, Neeley, four;
W. A. Stone, four; W. E. Shepherd, six;
O. W. Dunn, four; B. W. Chrtette, fix.
Visitors Come for Ak-Sar-Ben. i
Mrs. F. S. Parmelee has as her gueet
Mrs. L. K. Payne of New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Clarke, Jr., will
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'Wjl Autumn Millinery ;
ilm AT VERY REAS0NABLE prices mSl
Py( inspect them at your leisure. y
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Half Carat Genuine Blue White, in ring, brooch or scarf
pin, for $75.00
Quarter Carat, same guarantee $30.00
These are qualities and prices that are special and
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watches, sterling silver, etc, :
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Jewelers and Silvermiths
Sixteenth and Farnam Streets
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