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TUB OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
TWO DEBUTANTES LAUNCHED!
Interest is Divided Locally Between
Buds and Bridci.
WEEK'S NOVEMBER WEDDINGS
Bishop "cannell CJoes to Mlltrnnkee
to Officiate 1 t ncntoii-Wnr-k
ater Weddlns;, to He Cele
Pritchett-Hammer Wedding Party
SUNDAY fluppcr at Country club for
Mln Ruth Hammer and Mr. liaroid
rrttchctt given by tho ushers of tlio
MONDAY-Mlss Mlldrrd Butler, dinner
for tho lritchett-llammer wedding
party; Mrs. W. l. Hoaford. hostess at
tho meeting of tho Auction Urldgo club
TUESDAY Mm. Arthur Jones Dvis of
Fort Crook, reception for Mrs. W C
Buttler, Mrs. Hunt and Mn. Pulton,
military parade and at home day at
Tort Omiha; Orelghton College of
Pharmacy danco at Charnbora; lYalr.ci
Paris Needlo Work club.
WEDNESDAY Mrs. John llurke artd
Jlln Pauline Kurko, dinner party; Mrs.
Jonn singleton MMiier, nnernoon
bridge fur Miss French and Mlsa Baker,
Mr and Urn. Ueorgo L. llammor. din
ner for tho Prltrhott-Hammer wedding
party, wedding of Miss Hnttle Wurster
and Mr. Charles D. Beaton In Milwau
kee, Klk.V dancing party.
Tm'RSDAY-The wedding of Miss Huth
Hammer and Mrf Harold Pritchett at
tho First rresbytertsn church followed
liy reception at home of Mr. and Mm,
Hammer; Mr. and Mrs. F, I. Elllck
b rid co dinner at their home.
3nUDAY Military hop at Fort Omaha;
Xappa Alpha Theta reooptlon for Miss
ZoIa Dellecker: Qui Vive dancing party
at Chambers' academy.
SATURDAY Mrs. David A. Baum. af
ternoon tea tn honor of MUs Margaret
Social Interest ta divided between the
brides and the debut&ntsa. Two targe
debut parties were given Friday and
Maturity and this week thero will be two
largo weddings. The largest will be the
wedding of MUs Iluth Hammer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, George L. Hammer, and
Mr. Harold Prllchett, which wlU take
.place Thursday evening at the First Prce
Jbyterlan church. The ceremony Will be
I followed by a reception at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hammer. Many social af
fairs ara being given In honor of this
popular young couple.
I RL Rev. Rlohard Boannoll will leave this
.week to officiate at the wedding of
Charles Da Mors Beaton and MUs HUtlo
Wurster of Milwaukee, whloll will be ools
, bra tod at the home of the bride's parents
la Milwaukee Wednesday evening. Mr.
Beaton left Thursday evening and Paul
Beaton and Will Hohnorr will leave today
to take part In the wedding. Mr. Beaton
sjid hli bride will take an extended wed
dens trip to tho Hawaiian Islands and
will return to Omaha for the holidays.
Debut Keooption and Dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Peters oponed
their attractive home Friday evening for
the first debut reception this sooagn
when they Introduced their daughter,
Miss Daphne Peters. The drawing room,
whera tho guests wire received, was a
bower of American Beauty roses, sent to
tho debutante by her many friends, and
In the library were pink roses, slid In tho
largo reception hill and dining room
were different shades of chrysanthemums.
Following tho reception thero wan danc
ing at 10:30 o'clock In the ball room on
the third floor of tho Paters' home. In
this room was a pretty decoration ot
autumn leaves festooned about tho room,
launch was served lu the hall adjoining
the ball room and also In the reception
hilt, t ' i
"Owing to the beautiful floral decora
tions and the handsome guwns worn by
tho young women the affair was un
usually brilliant and about 400 guests were
Mrs. Psters word a gown of lavender
crops brocade embroidered In silver and
crystal and a corsage touquot of rosea,
Miss Daphne Peters wore a lovely white
brocaded oharmeuao with tunic of green
chiffon embroidered In crystals. With
this she carried a bouquet of lavondor
orchids and lilies of the valley arid In
her half she wore a bird of, paradise
Miss Gladys Peters was charming In
cerise chiffon draped over white char
mouse with trimmings of sliver and
Miss Elisabeth Pickens, queen of AX-Bar-Ben,
wore her beautiful .coronation
eown of silver brocade draped over wblto
chiffon, elaborately embroidered tn
rhlneetonee. Miss Daphne Peters sorved
aa one of the princesses at the corona
Mies Margaret Orecr Baum, who Is the
.second to make her formal debut, was
becomingly gowned in an imported gown
of flame charmeuse gracefully draped.
.Oh the" bodice was .shadow lac. In her
Ifcfclr she. wore a single strand of pearls,
with one of the new spun glass alrgrettes.
Miss Bertha Dickey, who will be the
third debutante of the winter, was pret
tily gowned in whit satin charmeuse
trimmed with shadow lace and pearls.
Miss Mary Burkley was gowned in pink
charmeuse trimmed with pink chiffon
panniers, and Miss fCatherint Thummell
were white charmeuse embroidered In
Miss PaSns Bourke looked dainty In
shell pink ohonneute draped with fish
tail train. The gown was trimmed with
shadow lacs. Miss Alice Carter wore pale
blue brocade draped with net and pearls,
Miss Dorothy Hall wore pole blue char
meuso trimmed with silver lace.
Assisting Mrs. Peters were Mesdamest
Ben Galtager, J. 3. Dickey. J. R. Scobi.
Harry Jordan, Prank Hamilton, C. N,
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Our Great November Sale of
Misses' and Women's Coats
Suits and Dresses
A Saving to You of From $5.00
to $10.00 on Every Garment
$15.00 and $17.30 Values, Monday, $10
$15 and $17.50 Values, Ladies to Misses, $10
Exceptional values in the new soft materials Eng
gllsh Mixtures, Zlbellnos, Broadcloth and gf ((
Caraduls newest models, shawl collars, L 1 1 VV
revere effect, high button-over style. Won- T1 1 1 I
derful values at
Women's $22.50 Coats, $15.00
An extensive assortment of the handsomest garments
ever shown at this price, Including the all
wool Chinchillas as well as beautiful Mix
tures and plain Broadcloths, Regular
$22.60 values, at
Women's $35.00 Coats, $25.00
Notice is especially directed to our collection of ex
elusive models at this price, in a great va
riety of different designs and materials.
No handsomer garmontB shown anywhere
for (36.00. Monday, at
Women's $22.00 Suits, $15.00
High class man-tailored models, in wide wale, rough
serges, soft materials, made on perfeot lines, with new
stylo skirt, guaranteed entln lining. All the
distinguishing features of tho high class
suits will bo found In this unusual offer
Get This For Colds
Prescription for Positive Results
"From your druggist get two ounce
of Glycerine and half an ounce of Globe
Pine Compound (Concentrated Pine),
Take these two ingredients home and
put them into a hall pint of good whls
key Shake well. Take one to two
teoapoonfula after each meal and at bod
time. Smaller doses ta children ac
cording to age." This Is said to be the
quickest cough and cold cure known to
the medical profession. Be sure to get
only the genuine a lobe pine Compound
(Concentrated Pine). Each half ounce
bottle comei In a tin screw-too sealed
cose. It your druggist Is out of stock
lie win QUicKiy get it iron.- ins whole
vole house. Don't fool with uncertain
mixture. It la risky. Local druggists
say that for the last six years this has
bad a wpnaerrui aemana.
Special in Dancing Dresses
$25.00 Values, Special at $15.00
We are proud of tho showing of Danoing or
forty uresses at this price. Made of
dainty chiffon, in blue, pink, white or
maize color. Regular $25 values.
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY
SO PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all our
IMPORTED COSTUMES and EVENING WRAPS
tfmMt' ' wV
jjbjB, wuiiib. v4u luuicip nun
Ions, Frost Ultes, Aching and Sweaty
Feet A spoonful of Caloclde tn the fool
bath gives Instant relief Get a ISc box
Robinson, A, D. Peters, Kverett Bucking
ham, Charles Pickens, M. A. Hall, Oeorf
Thutnmcll, Harry llurkloy, It W. Breck
onrldge, William Hill Clarka, W. J. Foyer
Will Burns, It U Carter, Jay Foster, J.
X Baker and Harry Kelly, Mlssrs Kath-
erlne Beeson, Mildred Butler', Helen Boo.
ble, Violet Joslyn, Dorothy Morgan, lUlen
Cretghton. KlUabeth Ptckpns, Ruth Ham
mer, llluabeth ilruce, Katherlno Thum-
moll, Bertha Dickey, Margaret Clraer
Baum, Mary Burkley, Paulina Bourke,
Alice Carter, Dorothy Hall and Carmollta
Debutante Remembers the Sick.
Tho myriads of Powers whloh graced
tho rooms at the debut of Miss Daphne
Peters aro now brightening the rooms of
the sick in many homes and In the hos
This charming young debutante us
many beautiful qualities In her char-
actor, and one of the most notioeable. Is
her thoughtfulness of others. B,turaay
morning Miss Daphne, accompanied by
her brother, Ralph, motored to the dif
ferent hospitals and homes of friends
where some member of the family was
111 and distributed tho flowers herself.
Thousands of blooms from the chrysan
themum plant the American Beauty rose,
to the daintier bloom of the Mrs, Ward
rose, which had transformed tne rooms
of the Peoters home Into a palace of
flowers, were placed In the touring oar,
and this ybung dobutanto, with numerous
social duties, Insisted that the sick snouia
not only receive her nowerv out sno
would mako a personal visit.
Debnt Tea for Miss Baum.
Mrs. David A, Baum was hostess at a
delightful tea Saturday afternoon from 4
to o'clock at her home on west itarnuy
street in honor of the debut of her daugl
ter, Mies Margaret Oreer Baum. airi
Baum will be hostess at another tea nex
American Beauty roses rorroea me cen
terpiece for the table tn the dining room
and shaded candles lighted the room,
Through the other rooms were chrysan
themums. pink roses and American Beau-
ties, sent by the friends ot tne ueuui.iue,
resides tve debutantes a number of
friends or Mrs. Baum atslited.
Miss Marga.et Qreer Baum Is one of
the most traveled of the young society
women and has spent the last two years
Mr and Mn. C N. Diets to Etrypt.
The first part of this week Mr. and
Mrs. C. N. Diets will leave for the eas
and will sail November M on the steamer
Berlin for the Mediterranean trip. The
will take the trip up the lUver Nile In
Egypt and plan to be gone until next
Mrs. Ijfiim Ellsworth Dole, Mrs. Florenco
Lancaster Hertxog, Mrs. E. B. Larking
and Mm Verne Miller. Eight young so- 7&?ioV7ks.
olety men and women wUl present tho .OaUiefJZieUZeeSaXl
pantomime, Miss Violet Joslyn taking the
part of "Pandora i" Miss Frances Todd, . .
Miss Katharine McClanahnn and Mlsn
Ruth Latenscr, "The Orn.oo; ' Miss Huth
Hitchcock ns "Hope," Wnllam Taylor as
Epcmethcus," Tuylqr Boloher as "Pro-
mnthous" and Kdwurd Crofoot as "He-phaestUK."
We don't make a feature 'of cut
prices in our Prescription DeDart-
rnent Of course, you know that
we'll save you money wherever
it's possible but the one thing
that every Hherman & McConnell
Btore Insists upon all the time.
and every time la ACCURACY
and ONLY GUARANTEED
DRUOS. Our idea is not how
cheaply we can oompound your
prescription but how carefully
and that's true economy.
Brownell Hall Items.
Miss Helen Eastman, daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs, O. T. Eastman, recently showed
considerable ability when she decorated
the program tor a dance given by the
Juniors to the Seniors of Brownell Halt.
The program bore the monogram of the
school In white and gold, tho Junior class
colors, and violet and white, the Senior
colors. The members of these two
Seniors: Misses Alice Jaqulth (class
president), Mabel Allen, Oenevleve
Brooks, Trenna Chamberlain. Bess Dick
inson, Oertrude Draper, Hlnnah
Forbes, Fern Gilbert, Eva Hall, Oladys
Kindred, Kva Mellor, Marlon Towle and
Juniors: Misses Ruth Beecher (class
president), Lydla Dawson, Helen East
man, Vera Eddy, Mary Hlglnbotham,
Ruth Howell, Jean Hunter, Dorothy Knit
tie, Frances Neble, Mabel Sanders, Flor
ence Shaver, Marguerite Shaver, Dorothy
The Invited guests were:
,1 ,i t.i r-t , with Tl-. I..ln,n(n.
, ' " 7. It r evening was spent In music and games.
fit It? tl.n n 1 ...tilmnn AA Um.
IV W e, IIIU BJ Kl nUtelDIilCIl Ve AltQl tllO I m .
rocltul, Miss Johnson mid Mlis Schaeffer, pflarl rvii
thu head rosldant of the Bettloment. ro- Oladyn Morrill.
ntt tfrl n n In trr-rtt n 1 t nes Uess JoriM.
Diets Club Hallowe'en Party. Eva Davis.
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Tho Diets olub gave a Hollowe'en kid KfV. iT.. '
party Thursday evening, October SI, at Messrs.
their Club houao In Carter lake. The club Hal Keeter,
house was beautifully decorated with '"JJ
various hobgoblin decorations, colored Choriese Shedd.
lights, etc. Everybody was dressed a Roy Kratz.
kiddles. Some displaying very beautiful Herbert Moore,
HER ENGAGEMENT IS JUST ANNOUNCED,
Masque of Pandora.
The "Masque of Pandora." by Long
fellow, will be given in pantomime on
Tuosday evening at the season opening
of the Isabel Lowden studios. MUs Kot
telson, instructor tn the voice department
i c f the studio, will read the lines of the
( Masque,1' Rehearsals have been under
khe dlrt-ctlon of Miss Lucy Bradford.
Tho songs that accompany the panto
mime wtll be sung behind the scenes by
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dred Todd, Laura Wood.
Friday, under tho auspices ot the
tunes and distributed favors. Prizes for
Brownell Hall auxiliary lo the Social MorrMI and Randall Curtis. After re-
Settlement association, Miss Bell and
Miss Brugger of the Brownell Hall musta
frcahments, which carried out the Hal
lowe'en spirit, the reraalndor of the
costumes. Basket lunch
Thoso present were
was served. Frank Bpongnnbers. Dick Fuller.
W. 8. Allen.
R. II. Cronk,
1 W. Knight,
A. E. Dunn,
Mr add Mrs. John J. Muhon.
Mr and Mrs. Bernard B6gga,
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson,
Mr and Mrs. CJeorge W. Johnson,
Mr and Mrs. Carl Palm.
Mr and Mrs, Royal Goff.
Mr, and Mrs, Victor Beck.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Neetlebush,
The wedding of Miss Anna Marie Die- Anna Cohcs.
trick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Messrs.
JJletrtck, to Mr. James J, Smith took i?. jt"m.
piace i out weoK ai s o ciock at Bt. Peter's ix-ron n-merost.
Miss Annetta Evans gave a delightful
Hallowe'en party at her home, U29 Park
avenue, Thursday evening to some of her
schoolmates and other girl friends.
After enjoying a genuine Halloween
frolic refreshments were served to the
Catherine Oatenberg.Laurine Solomon,
I Ethel Woodbriage, women wocKreu,
Dorothy Gray. Addle Deems,
Evelyn Stoddard, Annetta Evans.
Miss Edna Wllke wi hostess at a
Hallowe'en party, Thursday evening.
Hallowe'en games were features of the
evening and prizes appropriate for the
I occasion were merited by Martha Cohee.
Rosalie Kunz. William Smith and J, B.
Srellman. Those present were:
Genevieve Kennedy. Hilda Wllke.
Victoria Pascals. Florence Miller. .
Myrtlo AllCKejson, oina aicwuiibiiie,
J. It. Wlilttaker.
W, A. Smith.
M18g BLANCU COUN.
church, Rev. Father McCarthy officiating. Harry Kulba,
The bride wore a gown of crepe meteor JacK otumDo,
with tunln et hinil.fmhmM.M,f I
A tulle veil was held In place by swan- Creisrhton College Activities.
itonla and the bride carried a shower The students of the Cretghton College
bouquet of swansonla and brldn'a lf Phsrmacv wilt give the first Of
roses. Mlsa Lucy Dletrlok sister series of four Informal dances at Cham
of the bride, was bridesmaid and bers' dancing academy Tuesday evening.
(wore wtiite lace bver pink mcsssllne The entire Crelghton foot ball squad will
and carried pink rosea. Mr. Charlea bn the special guests of the pharmacy
smith, brother of the groom, was best students at this affair.
man. a weaainu breakfast urn u. .w..
to the immediate relatives at the home on, 0f the leading social events of the
oi me onaes parents. Rrelrhton student life, will be given on
Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for a short the evening of November 19 at Chambers-
wedding trip, and will be at home to dsnclns: academy by the senior class of
thelc friends after December 1. the arts departments. It Is an annual
ffali and will be the most nretentloua
jt,ma-non Club Hallowe'en Party. hop given by the students.
i lie Km-s-non club entertained at a I The students ot the ureignton uental
detghtful Hallowe'en party at the home I college will give their Informal dance at
MUs Sweet 1103 South Thirty-first Chambers' November 3. The dates for
street The house was prettily decorated
with auUmn leaves and Hallowe'en
trimmings. A realistic witch told for- 1 (Continued on Page Three.)
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