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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
Thursday, Oct 24, 1912.
F YOU happen to notice several )6ung women in a theater party, each
I wearing a handsome corsage bouquet, you may know that they have
just come from a dinner party given by a cetrain popular young
This chap always gives small parties, usually having from four to ten
guests, but.the appointments are always perfect. Although he entertains
at least once a week, there is always something original and novel,, either
in the menu or in the floral decorations. ,
Last week he entertained at a dinner party of eight guests at the
Hotel Loyl, followed by a box party at the theater. At this dinner he in
troduced a new corsage bouquet and one was given to each young woman
nreeent. The new bouquet is called the Pompadour.
In the center is an American Beauty rose, around this a row of small
white blossoms, then a double row of English violets, and another row of I
white flowers, then a row of pale pink carnations, each tied with a tiny
bow of pink illusion, the entire bouquet, , which resembles slightly "the
old-fashioned bouquet," is tied with a large illusion bow,.
At an informal little supper party recently this young bachelor, who
Is quite a motor fiend, had everything on the table representing some part
of a motor car. In the center of the table was a miniature automobile
made of cake.
The young women friends of this Ingenious bachelor are anticipat
ing the next dinner party and wondering, "what next?"
Elks' Danciwr Club. Carrinffton-O'DonneU Weddinj.
Ths Elks' Dancing clifb gave the open
ing party at the club hall Wednesday
evening. Llffht refreshments were served
on the second floor. The following were
Tr. W. A. Lyons,
F, 3, Offerman,
C. H. Lody
Krank A. Msnley.
Pr. J. F. Anson,
I". J. Rossbach,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bummers
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Trumbell,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Pratt Harwood,
Mr and Mrs-. J. J. McMahon,
Mr and Mrs. William H. Gould,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Eckerraann,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen, t .
Mr. and Mrs. Max Nlppel.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kniger.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Motony,
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Stein.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ullle,
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Miner,
Mr. and Mrs. Bralley.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krug,
Mr, and Mrs. George Shields,
Mr. and Mrs. Orchard of Cssper, Wyo.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Paddock,
, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Oouldlng,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Roesen,
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Mlttlebach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hlgglns.
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Poimody,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ooff. "
Mr. and Mrs. John I Nebla,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hiatt,
Mr. and Mrs. William Batnr, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Stryker,
v Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe,
Mr. and Mrs. Oviy Kale,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sterrlcker,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis C. Crosby.
Lr. and Mrs. E. H. Bruennlng.
lunch at Omaha Club.
Mrs. C. W. Russell and Mrs. A.YV.
Jefferls entertained at luncheon today at
the Omaha club In honor ot Mrs. "W. , W.
Keysor of St. Louis. Mrs.' Keysor was
honor guest at the Fine Arts society this
morning and gave a most Interesting
talk. Following the meeting the . mem
bers of the executive board and the ex
presidents were present at the luncheon,
W. S Black well, "
C. W. Russell, , -A.
W. Jef forts. ;
The marriage of Miss Nelle OTJonnell
of Hannibal, Mo., and Mr. Richard A
Carrlngton of Omaha was solemnized at 3
O'clock Monday afternoon at the resldonce
of Rev. Father Sullivan, pastor of the
Church of Immaculate Conception of
Hannibal. The bride was attended
by Miss Adele Orate of St. Louis, while
with the frroom was his brother-in-law,
Mr. H. O. Benedict of Kansas City.
Other wedding guests from a distance
Birthda Surprise Part.
Mrs. Charles M. Flxa entertained at a
surprise party Monday evening at her
home, 2726 Plnkney street, in celebration
of Mr. Flxa's birthday. The evening was
pleasantly spent and those present were:
Mlna Peters, Ethel Butler.
Clara Brown, Golda Klmbrell,
Antonette Brown, Blanche Kaiser,
Mrs. Frank Rohacek.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Flxa.
DENOUNCES STARVATION PAY
United Presbyterian Synod Goes on
Becord on Many Matters.
UPHOLDS THE ALBERT LAW
la Against Public Dances and Vulgar
Theater Would Have More
Religions Services in
. the Homes.
Public dances, vulgar theaters and
starvation wages for men and girls are
denounced as principal causes of human
wretchedness in the report of the perma
nent committee on reform of the Ne
braska and Colorado synod of the United
Presbyterian church,, which was adopted
by the. synod. The synod is now in ses
sion here. The report makes a plea for
fewer church services on Sunday and the
substitution of some services of the old
fashioned Sunday study of scriptures In
the home. Declarations regarding . the
Hlquor traffic, the social evil and other
matters are contained in the . report, the
principal paragraphs of which are as follows:
We regret the evident tendency on the
were Mr. R. A, Harrington of Bt. Paul, P r tne Peone ana on tne pan m
Sabbath as a day of pleasure and profit.
W. W. Keysor.
J. W. Griffith,
A. W. Bowman,
H. C. Bumney.
Z. T. Lindsay,
I. aura Scott,
Large Luncheon Party.
Mr W. B. Millard and Mrs. Nathan
Merriam entertained at the second of a
series of luncheons today at the home
of Mrs. Millard. Covers were placed for
sixty guests. ;' .,..
Bri,dg Luncheon- in Bathskellar. ,
Miss Frieda Lange entertained at a
bridge luncheon today at the Rathskellar
of the Henshaw in honor of Miss Louise
Eton, an October bride. For luncheon
the guests were seated at one large table,
having a decoration of bride's roses. Six
tables, were placed for the bridge game.
For Miss Cranmer.
i Mrs. Glenn C. Wharton was hostess at
bridge today, at her home In honor of
her house guest. Miss WUIaman Cran
mer of Denver. Nine tables were placid
for the bridge game.
Unirersal Circle Club.
Mrs. F. Biu'linghoff and Mrs. W. Cu
slck entertained the Universal Circle
"Wednesday afternoon at the Pompetan
room. Mrs. D. J. Dlneen and Mrs. S.
Cusick will be hostesses at the next
meeting, November 6. Prizes were won
by Mesdames J. M. Welch, W. Bartlett,
2). W. Counsman, A." Blanchard, X E.
Flemmlng, J. M. Bemlsh, T. A. Golden,
W. Cusick. ",'''
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr, Charles D. . Beaton left Tuesday
evening for Milwaukee to visit his fiance,
Miss Mattie Wurster. Mr. Beaton will
Mrs. Charles Pollock - of Columbus,
Neb., will arrive this weelc to visit Mrs.
Lane Williams at the Colonial.
,'Mrs. B. T. White and family, who have
been residing at 112 South Thirty-eighth
street, w.ll move November t to her
former ! home, 17a South Thirty-second
avenue. Miss Gwendoline White and
Miss Josephine Young wUl leave next
week for San Francisco for the winter. '
Linen Shower for Bride. ' . ,
Complimentary to Mrs. 'Leroy JU Hen
dricks, a bride of last week, Miss Haxel
Lamoreaux will entertain at a llnei
shower Friday evening at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Heudr cks will leave Bun
Any for their new home in Grand Island.
If indel-Miller. Wedding
. The marriags of Mies Gertrude Grace
Miner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benja
min Miller of Moorcroft, Wyo., and "Mr.
Frederick Nlndel. was celebrated Wednes
day evening at the home of the groom's
mother, 3815 Eeward street. Rev. Edwin
Hart Jpnks, ptor of the First' Presby
terian ft.urch, performing the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Nlndel will be at home
! after November 15 at their residence, MCO
I North Fortieth street. y.
Minn., father of the groom; Miss Mar
garet Carrlngton, who Is attending the
University of MIesourt, sister of the
groom; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Benedict of
Kansas City and Miss Nelle Murray of
'The bride wore a navy blue chiffon
broadcloth traveling suit, with - large
French plteture haO After the ceremony
the members of the bridal party were
driven to the home of the bride's parents,
1025 Bird street, where a wedding dinner
Mr. and Mra Carrlngton left that after.
noon for St Paul and after a short visit
with Mr. Carrington's father will go to
Ashland, Wis., and thence to Duluth.
They will return by way of fit. Paul,
going to Omaha, which is to be their
future home and Mr. Carrlngton has fur
nished apartments at 2501 Harney street.
' The marriage of the popular young
oouple Is the oulmlnaticn of a romanco
began over a year ago when Mr. Carrlng
ton was employed as advertising solicitor
on The Courier-Post of Hannibal He is
now employed In the business department
of the Omaha Bee.
Mrs. Carrlngton la the daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Thomas O'Donnell of Hannjbal
and Is an accomplished musician.
Woman's Alliance Luncheon.
The Woman's alltanoe of Unity church
will give a complimentary luncheon Fri
day in the church parlors tor the ladles
of the church and their friends.
For Recent Bride. ,
i Mrs." E. V. Arnold entertained this af
ternoon at her borne In honor of Mrs
Lloyd Sherwood, a recent , bride. ,
Mr. and Mra. Watson Em peon enter
tained at a dancing party Wednesday
evening in Council Bluffs at the Hotel
Ogden for a number of friends from
Omaha, Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs., R, G. Palmer.
. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Godwin,
Mr. and Mrs. William Usansy of Coun
Mr. and Mrs. Hlbbs of Council Blurrs.
Mr, and Mra G. T. Dale of Council
Mrs, Carrie Bushel of Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Myrtle Meyer. t
Mrs. Houseman of Counoll Bluffs.
Mrs. Mead. .
of Council Bluffs,
of Counoll Bluffs,
of Council Bluffs,
George Van Horn, , .
C. F. Cox,
Of Council Bluffs, Vernon Baughman.
of Council Bluffs,
of Counoll Bluffs.
of Council Bluffs.
Victor Jensen :
Men need the atmosphere of religion more
than fresh air. They need God more than
they need golf. We would therefore
sound a note of warning that there can
be no prosperity of home, church or coun
try, larking a keeping of the fourth com
mandment; and we would suggest that
maybe too numerous church servlcea of
the Sabbath day- Interfere with the old
time Sabbath in the home, when the en
tire afternoon and evening of the day
was spent in the family study of the
scriptures, the repeating of the catechism
and the singing of God s praises. We
recommend a return of the home to the
bid time Sabbath observance and a dis
regard of all calls that interfere.
The sinfulness - of the licensed liquor
traffic Is coming home to our people as
never before. Everywhere men and
women are realising "that no man llveth
to i himself," and that this buslneas af
fects for evil every individual and every
home In the nation.
We view with distress the multiplying
of attractions such as the public dance
hall, vulgar picture allows and more
vulgar theaters, where boys and girls
congregate and where by physical con
tact and suggestion the baser passions
are inflamed and fed, and multitudes of
boys and girls are ruined physically, men
tally and morally. These Iniquitous
places of amusement are simply recruit
ing stations, which by easy stepping
stones lead our young people to 'dens of
vice and Into the life .of shame.
Another cause whioh is responsible for
driving many young women from the
path of virtue is the failure of employers
to pay a living wage. vThls committee
does not believe that there la any place
In- heaven for the man who knowingly
withholds from his employe that which
Justly belongs to him. .
The paying of starvation wages to
young women la not uncommon. It is a
crime against which the word of God
cries out and we hope the mlnlvtry of our
church will not be silent
We denounce all Individuals who rent
their property for the purposes of as
signation and prostitution, and we would
earnestly welcome the fullest publlo ty
of the names of sucTi persons In every
city and town of the synod.
We definitely resolve that we oppose
any attempt to repeal the Albert law as
It appears upon the statute books of the
State of Nebraska. The segregated dis
trict with Its premium on blackmail an1
Its public commercialising of human deg
radation Is more unchristian than any
method yet openly proposed as a cure
or an alleviation of the social evil,
? An Uarly Gash
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WOMAN SLIGHTLY BURNED
WHEN ORess CATCMFS FIRE
Mrs. Joseph Magnana, ,' 1313 Pacific
street, was slightly burned yesterday
when her dress caught fire while she
was filling a gasolene stove. Mrs. Mag
nano was preparing breakfast at th
time ot the accident, and when her
dress caught fire her husband smothered
the flames with a blaitket Damage to
the house amounted to about $100.
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Satiirddy, October 26th
. . A Great S lock Reduction ' :
, Sale of
. Fine Furs
Every Fur Garment in our immense stook will go, be
ginning Saturday, at sweeping reductions from'regu'
lar low prices. The bijgest and best Fur bargain
opportunity you were ever offered-
Watch Friday evtning paptrt for pavlitul'in and pria.
zniH ay den Bros.nzzizy
PASTORS TO HELP CAMPAIGN
Anti-Tuberculosis Day 'to Be Ob
served in Local Churches Sunday.'
MOVEMENT IS A NATIONAL ONE
.National Society for Study and Pre
vention of Tuberculosis Backed
by" Preachers and Trades ,
Mrs. K. R. J. Edliolm. secretary of the
Nebraska Anti-Tuberculosis league, has
been busy for some time past arranging
with the pastors of the churches of Ne
braska for the observance of .'Anti-Tuberculosis'
Sunday, which falls this year on
October 27. This is part of the campaign
of the National Society for the Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis, the ministers
being asked to preach a special sermon
on that occasion, giving their congrega
tions something of Information In regard
to the work of preventing the spread ot
the great white plague, as well as what
is known about providing a curs for those
who are already affected.
So far, Mrs. Edholra has circularised
over 700 ministers In Nebraska, and has
received refusals from but eight Many
ot the ministers have written In most en
thusiastic endorsement for the work. It
seems a little strange though, that any
of them should be opposed to a work that
is endorsed by scientific men 'as well as
soclologic leaders all over the world, but
one minister writes in from -the state
"I am not in sympathy with the method
you are using." . ; ,
Omaha Ministers l-rearh.
Omaha ministers who have pledged to
preach special anti-tuberculoula sermons
on Sunday are:
Baptist Rev, B. F. Fellman, Grace
church; Rev. G. MacDougall, Olivet.
Congregational Rev. J. A. Jenkins, St.
Christlanr-Kev. A. D. Harmon. First;
Rev. J. H. Kirschstein, North Side.
Episcopal-Rev. F. D. Tyner, St. An
drew's; Kev. John Williams, St. Bar
nabas. Lutheran Rev. Leonard Groh, St.
Mark's; Kev. J. V. Carlson,, Zlon Evan
gelical; Rev. V. M. Llndberg, Immanuel;
Rev. E. J. Freese, First German.
Methodist Rev. W. Boyers, Seward
Street; Rev. W. W. Whitman, Hirst
used in Germany
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Memorial; Rev. A. A tack, Benson; Rev.
J. G. Schick, McCabe; Rev. G. J. Jaiser,
Presbyterian Rev. M. V. Hlgbee, North;
Rev. F. P. Ramsey, Third.
Mrs. Edholm expects to get word from
a number of others in the dtyas to
their Intention to deliver suitable ser
mons on the day.
Trades unionists are deeply interested
in (lie movement, particularly tlie
printers, who maintain a wonderful san
itarium in connection with the Union
Printers' Home at Colorado Springs.
These men will be active in arranging
for observance of the day. The Edison
Film company very recently made a mov
ing picture film, said to be ene of the
best it ever turned out, showing views of
the. Union Printers' Home and its san
itarium. ."A Curable Disease" Is the name
given the film, and it Is being used in
connection with the national campaign
against tuberculosis. The local union of
printers has arranged for the exhibition
of this film in Omaha on Sunday at
the Hipp theater on Harney street. It
may be shown at other houses during the
"It is a pleasure to veil you that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy . Is the best
cough medicine I have et-er used," writes
Mrs., Hugh Campbell of Lavonla, Ga
"I have used : it with all my children
and the results have been highly satis
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WITH SPEAKERS AT CLUB
Not all is satisfactory about the new
clubrooms of the Commercial club The
house committee as well as officials of
the club has something to worry about
At the meeting Wednesday noon, at
which the first public speaker was heard
in the new quarters, it was noticed by
the members that the rumble of the
machine which operates the elevators of
the building directly above the club's
dining room, would have drowned the
speakers' voice had he not had an un
usually good one.
Those who sat in the remote corner of
the room had to restrain their nerves to
hear Governor Hadley of Missouri, who
was the speaker. Club attaches now are
wondering what will be the effect when a
speaker whose voice lacks the pene
trative quality of Governor Hadley comes
to address the organization.
At the smoker Wednesday evening it
was noticed that the rumble from the
operation of one elevator interfered
somewhat with the speaking also.
Efforts probably will be inade to see if
the "stage thunder1" cannot be kept out
of the club's dining room.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Space is the Best
Road Into the "Big Business" Class.
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HERE'S no excuse for
the .small shop to lose
business because of poor
Poorly illuminated counters
oblige customers to seek day
light either at the entrance or at
a back window of the store to
enable them to examine the tex-
ture of goods. This is a nuisance which' most customers will not
tolerate. ". .
Intelligent customers the class really worth cultivating,
invariably trade at shops where they can see clearly the goods they
wish to purchase. , r
vEdison Mazda Lamps afford an abundance of electric light at
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The Telephone Is an Extra Clerk
Suppose you could hire an
other clerk who would be head
salesman, order clerk pd mes
senger boy all in one. ',.
Would you, If you could get
that new clerk for-a tenth of
the -profit you could teach him
to make for you?
Such a clerk is the Bell Tele
phone, ' and thousands of mer
chants take orders for hundreds
of thousands of customers over
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Maybe you need more tele
phone equipment la your place.
Ask us j to see you today.
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