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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1912)
A Man's Way
Selecting an Overcoat and Picking a Wife.
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Values up to
ft ' S. 'M i
Every colored hat in stock, including, blue, brown,
gray, red and all other colors; values $7.50, $10.00,
$12.00, $15,00 and $20.00. '
Saturday Only-Five Dollars
Friday, Oct. 25, 1912.
HE DEBUTANTES are going to. form a bridge club. The first
I meeting will be Monday afternoon, but aa the club has not had a
I formal meeting, it has not been decided definitely Just how often
the clifb will meet. At an Informal meeting this afternoon the
time and the place will be decided. There will probably be ten debutantes
thla year, so It la planned to hate three tables of players and hare extra
guests at each meeting. V ;
An interesting debutante affair planned for next week will be a
luncheon given by Miss Margaret Greer Baum Thursday. This will be a
Hallowe'en affair and the guests will be the debutantes. .,
An interesting announcement for the younger, set Is that Mrs. J. J.
Dickey, who will give a tea Friday afternoon, November 15, at her home
to Introduce her daughter, Miss Bertha Dickey, will also give a dancing
party the following evening, Saturday, November lfl. This will le for the
younger people and will be given at the Country club.
GREEKS HO IN SECRECY
In Future When They Leave for Bal
kans There Will Be No Notice.
TO, TAKE ROUNDABOUT ROUTE
Ina trad of Landings at Periaa, Greece,
the Navrromera Will Laad at
Liverpool and Then Go
Bridge luncheon for Bride. , -
Mrs. B. V. Arnold and Mrs. F. H. Han
sen, entertained it a brides luncheon
Thursday at the heme of Mrs. Arnold
In honor of Mrs. Floyd Sherwood, who
has Just returned from her wadding trip.
Mrs-, Sherwood was formerly Miae Nell
Howard and her wedding to Floyd Sher
wood took place last week In DayW.
O. At the luncheon those preeent were.
Bruce Moffatt, Robinitm, .
i. a. rradenburg, . Owen,
C. T. Need ham.
E. Whltlock. -. '
W. H. Bollen,
r. W. McMuJlen,
MIm Theda Jones.
F. H. Haneen,
E. V. Arnold.
Surprise Party. "
A surprise party was given In honor of
Mlse Irene Underbill at her home. 2S0S
Davenport street, Wednesday evening.
Those present were:
Mlraee ' " -Edith
UlUeUarks, f .
Allan Van Dyke,
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Irene Underhill, .
Royal Do Vol.
1 Richard Brinser,
Entertains for Mrs. Xeysor.v Y
: Mrs. Charles E. Squires was hostess t
an Informal luncheon today at her home.
Thirty-ninth and Harney streets, In com
pliment to ' Mrs. W. W. Keysor of St
Louis, formerly of Omaha, who Is the
guest Of Miss Jessie Millard. Covers
were placed for ten.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Duncan an
. nounoa the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Agnes Winn Hess, to Mr. Hans
Godfrey Rehtmtyer of Chicago. The
Wedding will take place November IS at
the home of the bride's parent's, 720
North Thirtieth street
Secrecy as to the movement of Greek!
toward the Balkan frontier has betr,
oroerea oy tne Fan-Hullenlc union In
order to keep the Turks In the dark at
to the strength of the force that can bi
mustered against the Ottoman empiro.
On Thirteenth street, in the Greek quar
ters, where war is the only toplo of d!s
cuaalon, the tone of conversation ha
been lowered and tiny countrymen ai
moving more cautiously. They declim
to give out any figures as to how man
are leaving here or how many are pass
Ing through, for they believe that Turk
ish spies are now at work in this coun
try. . ,
, Leaving In Small Bands.
In order to avoid any display the plan
of sending large bands of Greeks iron
the west to the port of Few Tork Is grad
ually being abandoned and the subject:
of King George are breaking up into
small bands. Several 'of these largei
squads of men are now passing througi
Omaha from the Pacific coast, but a:
soon as these have reached New York
the Greeks will be seen only In smal
squads of half a doan,or so. Thursday
night seventy-five men passed througi,
Miss Elaine Llndhan entertained twenty- here from Wyoming and another band
five little friends at her home, 3310 Myrtle ' paaaed through here last even
avenue, Thursday afternoon from 4 till '"g. Most of them are coming In
f. the occasion being to celebrate her, over the Union Pacific and leaving over
twelfth birthday. A four-course luncheon j ,he Bock Island. Practically every train
was served. The decorations were sug. ! leaving here now carries a few Omaha
High Five Party.
Mrs. W. Johnson, assisted by Mrs. K.
Btrasser and Mrs. A. F. Moore, enter
tained at a card party Thursday
noon. High five was played.
present were: ,
C. 8. Ratekln
E, T. Si ctl rath,
A. F. Moore,
F. A. Snyder,
U J. Piattl, '
Celebrates Her Twelfth Birthday.
gestlve of Hallowe'en. Those present
Helen Gertn, .
Klalne Una nan,
Showers for Bride.
A silverware shower was given on
Myrtle Gamby at the home of Lena
Klrshbraun Wednesday evening. Those
' Several of the young women graduates
of Wesleyaa ooltaga met Tuesday after
noon at the home of Nell Carpenter, 363$
Lafayette avenue. and formally
launched the Wealeyan Alumnae as
sociation. The following officers were
elected: Corinne Searle. president; Lydla
MoCagae, rice president; NeU Carpenter,
torrs ponding secretary and treasurer;
May Bummers, recording secretary.
Omikron Dance at Chambers'.
One of the large affairs of Friday will
be the danolng party given at Chamber'
academy this everting by the members of
the Omikron club. About fifty guests
will be present
Bridal luncheon. - . :
Miss Ophelia Hayden entertained at
luncheon today at her home la honor of
Misa Louise Store, whose wedding to C.
IL Lody of Berlin, Germany, will take
I place Tuesday. A pretty decoration of
yellow roses was wed and covea v-ero
'ntaeed far twelve.
Mr a Anna Bublits.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleming, jr.
A miscellaneous shower was given on
Myrtle Gamby at her home on Tuesday
evening. Those present were:
Margaret Mower, Ina Whitfield,
Margaret McCarton, Mary Craven,
Delia McMillen. Myrtle Gamby.
Rose Huber, . Clara Bubllti, .
Clao Iselin, Lena Klrshbraun,
Edward Reich, , Black. . , .
Mrs. Anna Bubllti. '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleming, Jr. -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleming, sr.
Hallowe'en Birthday Party.
A Hallowe'en birthday party was given
Wednesday evening at the home of little
Miss Dorothy Knox, the occasion being
her sixth birthday. Those present were;
Dorothy Edwards. '
Master James Scales.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Dorothy Hall is spending a few
days In Chicago and is expected home
Mrs. W. W. Keysor, who Is visiting
Mas Jessie Millard, will return to her
home in St. Louis Monday.
Koy to the Situation Be Advoruing.
Greeks who are following instructions to
Take ltonndnbont Route.
In New York this order Is being car
ried out by a means of roundabout trans
portation to Liverpool and thence to the
Balkan states. As near as can be learne
at this time no more special steamers
bound direct for Periaa, Greece, near
Athens, are being chartered. By moving
to the front in circuitous routes and In
small bands the Greeks will excite less
attention and fool the Turks aa to their
It Is said that Greece can put an army
of 300.000 men In the field within eight
weeks. Just as' soon as the men arrive
at Perlas they are being thoroughly
equipped and sent to the front. In this
detail of warfare Greece Is reported to be
especially well provided, not only in mu
nitions of war, but In money. Reports
received here are that preparations are
being made for a long strife.
DR. HALL MAY CONTEST
. FINDING OF CITY ATTORNEY
Dr. Staoy Hall, who was nominated by
the "progressives" for the Board of Ed
ucation from the Second ward, and whose
nomination the City legal department
held was too Irregular to Justify his
name going on the ballot, is undecided, it
he will test the decision in the courts.
"I have until next Wednesday," said
Dr. Hall, "and while I would personally
:ka to go into the case and show that I
was nominated In regular manner, the
office itself carries no salary and I am
not anxious for the Job, aa my practice
Dr. Hall said pressure was being
brought to force a contest In the case.
He has held conferences with leading
bull' moosers, but they have reached no
HANSC0M PARK GREENHOUSE
TO BE ENTIRELY REBUILT
Park Commissioner Hummel will - re
build the green house at Hansc6m park
next year. The house has become so
dilapidated that there is danger of many
of the plants stored there being frosen,
so the park commissioner has been com
vv.W to take extra precautions against
COLORED VOTERS FAVOR TAFT
John Grant Peg Says President is
Strong with the Negroes.
MACHINE IS ON THE ' DECLINE
Oboe-Bob , Johuson-Benton Bell
Forces Are Weakening and Hav-
Ins Hard Time to Keep
John Grant Pegg, leader of the colored
supporters of President Taft, is being
jwamped with letters from prominent col
oied men all over the country, saying
the support of the colored voters will be
4ven by a big majority to President Taft.
A card was received from the Rev. G.
VV. Prioleau. chapiain of the Ninth cav
tiry, supposed to be a Roosevelt strong
hold, dated at Douglas, Ariz., saying
could that regiment vote their support
.vould be given to President Taft.
Nick Charles, colored organiser of the
republicans of Kansas, has written Mr.
i tigg that the "outlook is good and Mr.
Taft has the support of the leading col
ored men everywhere."
Pegg, speaking of the local situation,
ays the Oboe-Bob Johnson-Slngleton-enton
Bell "machine" has weakened in
us essential parts and that it is "taking
.11 their ability to keep a stiff upper Hp."
While the Obee forces will cast a com
aratlvcly large vote November 5 It is
egg's belief that the negroes of the
lty will in the main stand by the man
whose administration, has been more
..rosperous than any preceding presi
Deb Kilpatrick is
Seeking for Men
Deb Kilpatrick of the contracting firm
it Kilpatrick Bros., who have a big
railroad Job at Gering, Neb., has made
a special trip to Omaha in search of
k His firm Is experiencing much diffi
culty because a greater portion of the
help, being Greeks. Bulgarians and others
of the Balkan allies, has deserted the
allroad for the military camp.
He has telegraphed to all the labor
centers for men, and having received no
responses he has made a special trip to
Omaha to canvass the town personally.
On account of the shortage of men it is
not likely that he j will be successful.
Kilpatrick wants men in various lines
of railroad construction work, and he Is
offering good wages. .He even promises
to provide transportation.
SECURES NEW SUBSCRIBERS
The meeting of the publicity committee
vas held at the Commercial club directly
ifter Louis D. Brandels' speech. Two
good subscriptions to the maintenance
of the bureau wer reported from com
panies who have heretofore not been
.isted among the f nanclal supporters of
the bureau. The KIrkendall Shoe com
pany and the Carpenter Paper company
were the two flrma Ebch signed up for
monthly payments to the support of the
bureau for a period of three years.
Thomas Redman of the special commit
tee which Is raising funds for the pub
licity department secured the two names.
Other subscribers reported were: Har
rison & Morton Realty company, W. T.
Graham, C. C. Wilson, Fred Kern, Payne
& Slater Investment company. G. G.
Wallace and the Central Coal and Coke
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
BIG SALE OF
' at .-. :
Watch the Sunday Papers
Superior Assortments Make Buying Pleasureabie
Quality and Prices Make Buying Profitable Here
Now on Sale,
M ii iff ' ..c;,.,. T.-im-T , -iy.y.ra
The Best Shirt
Ladies' Kid Gioves
12 and 16 button lengths, all
colors, to $3.00 values, big
special purchase, at.$l-.98
Real French Kid Gloves
embroidered or Paris point
Monarch, Derby or Fownes
in two button lenerths,
at $1.00, $1.50 and.. $2.00
Ladies' Cape Gloves, Silk
. lined or unlined, best values
in Omaha, $1.00 and.$1.50
Special Lot of Cape Gloves,
just the thing for street
wear, $1.00 values. . .S49c
Children's gloves and mittens, lined or unlined, including
gauntlet gloves to $1 values, choice 49c
Women's and Children's Sweater Coats
at Greatly Less Than Worth
Ladies' All Wool Sweater Coats $4.00
values, in mannish weaves, Byron col
lars, in cardinal or Oxford, at. .$2.45
Other splendid sweater cpats, values
at.... $2.98 and $7.50
Other splendid values $2.98 to $7.50
Children's All Wool Sweaters to $2.00
values in rough neck, Byron and Jersey
styles, at '. 98c and $1.45
Warner's, R. & O.'s, Bim er, Nemo, W. B.'s,
C.-B.'c, Thomson Glove Fitting and many
other makes; a model for every figure; prices
from $1.00 to $5.00
Corsets worth to $5.00, broken lines of stand
ard makes, nearly all styles, on sale at $1.39
One lot of corsets in coutll and batiste with draw
, tape and 4 supporters; 1 to $1.50 values 75 A
Most complete stock of knit caps, toques and auto hoods in Omaha,
all newest styles and colors.
YARN SPECIALS SATURDAY.
Bear Brand Yams.
Imperial Eiderdown, 8 fold Germantown Germantown knittinjr
per skein ..12V sephyr, skein.. yarn, skein
Four-fold Germantown xephyr, double skein ,
Ladies' Warm Underwear at Prices
Scarcely Half Usual
All perfect garments including
such well known makes as the
famous Stratford, Harvard Mills
and Swan brand; Luzerne and
Ladies union suits in all wool,
silk and lisle; to $4.50 values,
at ....$1.98, $2.50, $2.98
Ladies' wool union suits, samples,
snap at $1.50 and 98c
Fleeced union suits, heavy or me
, dium weight, , cream, gray or
white on sale..98c and 49c
Wool Tests and Puts, steam , shrunk,
flat or ribbed, to S2 values, on sale
t . ad $1.50
Children's wool rests or pants and
union suits at specially attractive prices
Children's Fleered UMaa Suits, regular
1 values, on sale -49
".. Try Hayden's First
m ujf s& tffiV I
GOING AT RATE OF
The A. Hospe Co. Sale of the
Xinuner jriano uo. StocK
Continues With Unoated
interest Tne .best
Anown lviaices of
Pianos and flayer
Pianos All Included.
$10 SENDS QUE HOME,
eitrM.1iii ftUdrOR IT
The Opportunity Is Here,
the Pianos Are Here, but
tne Time Is Short and
the Stock Is Being
ONLY A FEW DAYS
MORE OF SALE
If you could have dropped into
our store yesterday you would
have been surprised at the num
ber of customers eager to take
advantage of this great sale.
ONLY HALF THE INSTRU
The fact that over 60 pianos
were sold the first week to shrewd
buyers and well known people,
good Judges of musical instru
ments, plainly marks the charac
ter of this sale.
The pianos are as fine as can be
found, some of the world's best
makes, Hallet & Davis, Chlcker
lng, Kimball, Conway, Bowen,
Steinway and many others. Most
are new, some a little used or
taken in exchange.
WILL YOU BE OXE OP THE
Will you be one of the lucky
purchasers and secure the bar
gain of a lifetime, and save fully
one-third to one-half on the pur
We sav in all candor that could
the Diano buyers of Omaha be
brought to fully realize the low
prices and terms, and fine pianos
of this great sale, not an instru
ment would remain after 24
You owe It to yourself and
family to at least call and
SEE THESE PIANOS AS AD-
Upright Pianos as low as $87.00
15 down. $4 a month. 1250 Up
rights cut to $127 $10 sends one
nome, $5 a month pays for it.
$300 and 350 pianos. S15T to
$187. These are new pianos of
the largest size, in most elaborate,
expensive cases, double veneered
inside and out, with brass flange
action, copper brass strings, fine
double repeating action, made to
sell at $300 to $350, going at
$157 to $187. $400, $425 and
$500 pianos now $227, $243 and
Terms: We will make the nnv.
ments to suit your conveniences.
A little down and easy monthly
payments secures any piano. There
is no reason why you cannot have
one of these pianos at once.
FINE PLAYER PIANOS LEFT.
The Tincher Piano Co., whose
stock we bought at 50c on the
dollar, was known as Council
Bluffs Player Piano Store.
Of the many Player Pianos in
their stock, but five remain to be
sold. If you have been wanting a
player piano, NOW Is the time to
buy, for it's an opportunity to
save $150 to $300 that you'll not
have again soon.
Here's a fine $600 player piano,
well known make, at only $265.
Terms, $10 and $8 a month.
Another one is an Eastern
make, always sold for $750, has
been used in demonstration Just a
few months $350 buys It, $25
down and $12 a month.
Two brand new $700 player
pianos, only $385. $27.50 down
$15 a month.
Twenty rolls of musio and hand
some duet bench with any of the
WE'LL SHIP PIANOS ANY
If you" cannot call, write at once
for bargain list. We will ship the
piano of your choice to your homa
town. Try it, and if it is not sat
isfactory and the best bargain you
ever saw, return at our expense.
That's fair, isn't it?
DON'T DELAY. STOCK BEING
TAKEN RAPIDLY. ATTEND
THIS SALE TOMORROW.
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