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THFJ J3E10: OMAjIA, TUESDAY, DKCEMBKK :r
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Mr M A
f, iBy MELLIFIOIA.
Monday, Dec. 2, 1912.
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HB father of ono of the debutantes Is rlmllng-the youthful bachel
ors, bs far an popularity koc, with tho young pooplo. When Mrs.
D. A. Bauni rrvo two debut teas for her daughter, Marcarct Oreor
Ilaum, the Utter part of the teas Mr. Daum tunlotod In receiving
lfr. Baum made' a decidedly popular lmprcaalon and Saturday, when
Miss Kathcrlnc Thuramoll made her debut, Mr. Baum had tho honor of
being tho only nian Invltod to the tea. However, .Air. Thummell decided
that he had been missing something and he was In tho recelting line, n'ud
not even the debutantes had a more enjoyable tlrao than' Mr. Bitum and
Mr. Haum-Iio.1 hr-en h"ot at several Informal little partle for his daugh
ter, and tlie. oui(s 'people say he is one of the most entertaining and de
lightful hosVof the, city.' - - .
fen fnr Mr Ttlnahf isld ,thev will sail on the Hambure-lliier.Ofn-
Mr. Arthur Olttendrn Smith was lu-v "V i V I , " Z, J.TZ , Z
orloolt at her home m ! nm' nd Tin V-cn theivlnter months : -If Aithur Ura.niHs.
In honor of the eminent 'ln ,,"lv soinB 10 rmw "t .aummer. 500rt" -'i
j Series of Parties.
he Omaha Society of Fine Arts, Is visit- p"4 Knttiryn McClanahan are, entertain
m Th,,m it vimKuii Ing at a. scries of. social affair.
-Saturday evening Dr. - nntl Sirs. Mc
Clanahan. entertained at bridge, when six
lesn guests were present.
This afternoon Mlrs McClapalian enter.
talnM'at bridge In honor ot Miss Marlon
rreriMi of Pott drool. Five tables of
Plwrr .were. present.
Monday evening, Docwnber 9, Dr. and
Mrs. McClanahan will entertain at dinner
and the following, 'Wednesday Miss Jtov
Ctannhan will give a bridge .nipper.
Price book worth a dollar to tbrte best each wMk. Mall yours to
jDaffyalU rdltor, Tha Bee. Bte Tht Sunday Be tot prise winners.
ess at an Interesting tea tills aflirnoon
from i to I:
Ttl?t Mr. Kdwin H." Hlsshfleld of New
TnrJf Mr. ntnxhflhM. who nil! rive a
Ihl. .nhln nn.1p llir, ununlrou nt I JJr. And Mrs. H
Inptr. and Mm. Thnrnna ft. Kimbull. In
'flie rooms wero teautlfully decorated
with cut flowers. Chrysanthemums wrre
used In the muslo room and carnations
sjkI pink rosea in the drawlnR room. A
mound, of red roses formed the 'center
piece for the table In the dining room
Tea. was poured by Sirs. Clement Chase,
Afys. Warron Blackwcll. Mrs. Ieonartl
JCVerett and Mrs. Jiwrle Chllds
Asslstlna through th ro6ms,wre Mra
JeorR Voss, Mrs. Charfca uffutt, Mrs.
r Will Hamilton. Mrs. Doyd Rmlth,' Mrs.
Thomas IX. Kimball and Mrs. C. W. nils
ell. The jruerts.at the tea ,1n;ly'dod;m;n 'as
well as women.
JIIhs Helen loftmal). a) fitone Aven"e
-If the Cunard lln bought up all the
curs of the United States, would they
have the Carmanla?
Joseph ltocco. Hit Houth Twenty-eighth
Hti-eet tf the cake fell on the floor,
would the Ice cream?
if litem Is dark, Is electric light?
' If ruble arc high, are sapphire?
Helen C'arllng, 2318 Hherman Avenue
If Cudahy haa to pay the nsjy water rate,
will I'at Crowe? ,
. Mts. II. II. Mjits,"Thn Strehlow-If Dave
Ulokenson should ' m.ilie a mistake ln
dr-dwlng the Indlctrrtenl. -wwdd 'L'nlted
I States Attorney Howell?
Fremont Talliort. California .Street
who gets ths
Helen Hurh. 1UM Jfoutli TnentJ-third
Strret-If Tafl's face Is round, Is Wash
Would a boy bandit get pinched It he
held up the brldo's train?
If aii airship wan to sail over Niagara
Kails, would Tcnnes-sce?
Mrs. Delia Johnson. 815 North Sixteenth
HtreetI am the feed man that put the
bran to Hrandeln, the hay to Hayden. the
rye to Illley, had It O. K.'cd at Orkln's
and sent the bell to Uelden's.
Henry C. Heckert, Missouri Valley, In. I
Ifa shoemaker dies with his boots on,
will it be the last of his aoul?
George, II. lla, falnio-lf a travelinc
man war. ninnlngTto,cajjh the 12:50 train,
would 'It bo ten to one lfhe caught It?'
R. I' Case. Cody-IfUhe horse played
out, would the. wagon tiro?
H. U Beverns, Cod If the farmer
broko his wagon, would tho houn' bark?
RED GROSS; SEALS ON SALE
Threc-Quartcrs of a Million Stickers
Are Allotted to Nebraska.,
Members of the rhl .Heta Phi sorority
wave thelr-monlhly luncheon Paturdayat
he home of Mrs. Bryco Crawford," wen
the four hostesses were-Mrs, II. Q. Cox,
Mrs. Three Crawford. Mrs. 'W.J. Morlnc
and Mies Kathcrtne Thomas. ' Those
W. Ia Vaughn.
Jr. M. Edgerly,
H. CI. Cox;
x, n. oouid.
W. J. Morlng.
W. 1- Tetter. .
Florence Ituah, .
At the Country Club. -
Miss Klla Mao ?lrown entsrtatned In
formally at Jtrndheort today , at the coun
try . club, - for Miss - Ha'nscom ' of New.
I York, who Is visiting her niece, Mrs. John
h. Kennedy, coverr) wero placed tor miss
Itnhscorn. . MIsa France, Mra. Arthur
Keellne, Mrs. John l Jiennedy and Miss
Klla Mao. Crown. . . .
Annqunoe Engayeraent -
Mr.' and Mra. K. Donavlts'of Kanaas
City, formerly of Omaha,- announce the
engagement of their daughter, ;Dorothy,
to Mr," Bpn',Ml()er' The forrnal announce-
-ment waH made .Sunday evening at the
hon)'orMr;5- and Mrs. J. Serine, 1M1
l!ocun street.' " Thn wedllng will take
place thalaat of -December. .,s,
In and Out. of tha Bee Hive.
Mr, -ouls'vC. Nash returned Saturday
fnlm :ajtrlp to Chihuahua, Mexico.
Mf. andwMrs.-Hugh T. Cutler returned
home Friday from Kansaa ICty.
Mra. R.. U'Huntlay loft Hunday for 'Chi
cago whpre she will spend tha week,
Mrs. I.K Crofoot will go, to Dubuque
Wednesday to Vlsjt her aUter, Mi-a. George
Mr. andlM,rs..-Honry,.Doorly left Sun
day for cqlfax Springs where they. will
spend two weeks.
Ma. Conrad Bpens has gone to. Chicago
to settle' the apartment 'they hoVo taken
at "The dablea" In Edgowater.
Mr. John Itedlck has. returned from
Minneapolis,!, where , his wife, and ,. his
mother will remain a .week or t.wo longer,
MIur P'ranrea .Wekuellfli la vlalilntr In
ilapnlb.ZIo., and f ropv mere Will , go to
8U Iua to Visit her brother, Mr. Charles
k Miss Katherlne Moorheail will. leave this
evening to spend. ten days In Chicago
visiting her slstor, Mrs. Frederick Wing,
and, Mr. Wing.
Mr. Lanfleld of . Ban Francisco, who
was the fflues of ' Mr, and M,ri?. C. p.
ttoscwuter Saturday, has gone , to isew
York for a brlet;stay.
Mrs. John F. Coad and Miss Beatrice
Codd, who haVe. been spending several
Weeks on tholr ranch near Carlsbad. N.
M-'i arc expected homo, next weolc.
Mr. andMrs. Thomas Braden 'of Deiu
vrr. who have been the guests or Mrs,
Itraden'u .parms, Mr. and Mrs. John
Guild, loft Sunday fop, their home.'
Dr., and Mrs. Txiuls Rwartslander, who
baVe been tho guests of Dr. IJarfy
Swartslunder at Mona ranch, Alberta
Can., for two months, returned Sunday
Mr. and Mra. 0ors Stebblna.have. as
tlelr guest this week Mrs. Oaylord of
Qrlnnell, la., who has been wlth.,Mra. .
J. Connell for a month auditor whom
there has been much InformaNontortain
Mrs. U B. duffy of Pierce. P. D.. has
arrived to bo the guest ot bar aunt, Mrs
George H. Trjummell, and will remain
until after tho holidays. Her husouiui
Judge Gaffy, will come here for Christ
mas. . - 1 .
Miss Mo us- Cowell wont down from
Vassar a work ago J f&itufday for the
Yale-Harvard f game alt'. thefinv-tlatlon ot
Mr. Kelshay JrwtO, wiirjtls Vi'ale stu
derltai(d J'foi7ne"i4 rlOtiiil pf Omaha.
Mls Cowel rfwf cntetmped whllo In New
jlaven by 'JfrsMcHeilty'of New Haven.
GLASER ST.qCIt COMPANY'
COMING TO THE BOYD
JJrerT Woman's heart' responds tCi I The BoVdUIwater has been tnned ovr
MAlfy, JnftCHANTS ARE AGENTS
Mqurj- lie'celvrct frtitii Haifa Will (Jo
Totrnnl Ihr Miidr nnil-rrrrrn-tlon
of DrenU .While
j?troneMes.for College .Hays,
'orns of tha members of St. Berohman's
Keademr will give two plays, "The Wife."
and "The Huperlor Sox," at Crelghton
auditorium. December 10 and tl, for the
leneflt of the Research club. The patron
sses for the affair are Mlsl Stella Hamil
ton. Mrs. A. B. McConnell.' Mrs. P: r.
nehfy Mrs. Michael, Murphy, Mrs. .De
iecher and Mrs.' McAdatns of Oninhr,,
Mrs. Bobert Parks,- Mrs. C. A. Melrher
andMrs.B.- Blanclmrrt of South-Omaha
Theiobject of tha club, la to enlarge the
MChboJ library and tho' proceeds-will tbo
MPent for this purpose.
A v cry, enjoyable' musical entertainment
wal given it the club .house Friday 'eve'
iilng. Tho program consisted of vocal
numbers, piano and violin solos, readings
and solo dancing by little Miss Prances
Tho O. D. i-lub, a girls" club of the. !
Omaha High school, entertainer at a pro
gressive dinner, and the hostesses were
Misses Qertrude Dickinson, Dorothea
aitriver, Sara Sears. Katherlne Blirlver
surf" Louise Hupp. The dinner was fol
lowed by a house party at' the homo of
Mrh. II. H. Budgett. Tho present were
Misses Helen Carrier, Marian rearkall,
KatherlncT Sandors, Irene Magulre, Man'
Haller, Gertrude Dicklnabn. Dorothea
gkrlver, Sara Bears, Kntherlno Hturto
vant and lulsc. Hupp: . .
Tor the Future.
'Mrs. Carl tialbach arid "MU Ualbf'ch
w-Hl entertain at bridge Fflday afiernoon
at their home.
XI .. t. O... ,11 111' ni.l apl uln n.
formally at a Kensington Friday after
noon ln honor of Miss Mabel Gorvy of
Detroit, guest ot Mlts lda Smith.
Extended. TTip: Abroad.
Mr. arrs.'.xU'l) Chrlsttah of-6M
North FVrtteth street leavtn this evening
fdr BtJ'riiulS' to visit Mrsj5,Chlstlan'a
.ulster. Mr.'H. G, .tlepe) pxr lll , leayo
jtha follawfng week tor Nw York, whore
, ; ,..: i r
tf'-a dnmken man frll und hurl liu
cirns.rtiuld It be presumed t'tat he had
If an 'honest cobbler should fall In btipl
no&s. would his creditors' be Justified In
tuklng his awl?
John Htrnrud. Council Blutfa If wasnns
are made to carry most any thins, what
If a woman wanted to'JUmp orf the
Brooklyn bridge, would a special delivery
"What became of the boob. whb' put the
spoke In Hpokane?
COMMENCING WEDNESDAY MORNING
WE PLACE .ON SPECIAL SALE
300 EXQUISITELY CHARMING
Suits, Gowns, Dresses and Wraps
Not a garment in the entire lot that was
formerly priced at less than $45 and
many as high as $89.50, Wednesday
your unrestricted choice, only ...
PRICE OF MILKBEING RAISED
No Effort Being Made, However, to
Get Nine Cents.
EIGHT CENTg NOW THE LIMIT
:Olijrrtlnn Jlnlaetl ij- The Ilrr to the
Aliic-Ceiit Itntr llaa Forced the
Dealer to Abandon Lnrgrr
tlnlar for the lrrarut.
.Over 450,V'rxl.-cross .seals wera placed i
on Bale In the state j'CBterday.mornlnR',
Mrs. K.'Tt. J.'Kdholm.'s-crctary of tho
National Association for tho .Study "and
Prcvcntron-'of TabctcnldMs; 'who ' has
chance of the . seals, says that before,
Chi1tma-.ovar.50.O0Q- of- these stickers
will hava 'been placed on tho market In
Nebrnsiia. ' . .
In Omaha alone over 200 merchants
started selling tWo little red stamps, the
proceeds 'of 'which' Will bo turned over to
Miss Stuff, .In charge ;of the ,dlspcmrary
In Jacobs' Memorial hull, Seventeenth and
Dodge streets. Tho Nebraska Graduate
Nurses' association has. agreed to sell IV
000 worth of tho seals.
Tho. vartoua.tmerchants'nnd .Individuals
In the city, who sold tlo stamps last year
havo doubled their orders'. tlnVyear. tM&l
year but 140 Omahans sold red cross scats
and-ovcr sixty nddltlonal will sell them
this ycaV. i ,. ,
Milk venders wero yesterday generally
cnforcHR nn lnciease In the price of milk
from 6 and 7 to 8 cents. In attempt to
make an 8 cent ' flat rate, according to
the-city dairy Inspector. ' '
Ilctall prices range from 6 'to 8 cents
now and the .wholesale price, obtained by
some .dealer, Is frequently as low as 5
cents. Tho association of dairymen want
a flat rato of eight cents for all milk
sold at. retail. They arc not Interfering
ACCIDENTAL JDLLET FATAL
Boy Shot at Omaha Gun Clnb
Grounds Dies in the Bluffs.
BENEFIT FUND TO BE RAISED
.Shoot Will II r Held .Sntnrilny anil
Aumln? anil t'rovepda AVHI He
UItimi for llrnrfU of 'the '
Thomas Oir, the lad ho was accl
dentally (-hot by a companion, on tho
Omaha Gun club grounds near the eaat
end of the Poufilas street bridge Thanks
giving evening, died Sunday morning In
Mercy hospital. Council Bluffs. The
fatal bullet was fired by Harry Uuffleld,
14 years old, son of a Council Bluffs sign
ultiter, who ts an Omaha messenger boy
for tho Western Union Telegraph com
pany. Members ot the Omaha C-Un club have
become deeply" Interested In the caso, os-pr-dally
In view of tho fact that the dead
1'oy was the oldest of a fatherless family,
and his mothur rolled upon him to an
extent for support. '
I-iiikI Will Hp Itulaed.
V. T. Lovcrlng, secretary of the club.
with wholesa.lo rates.
If tho 8 cent flat rate can be made gen- hax taken It upon himself to raise a fund
Dr. Henry Tells of
His Talk With Teddy
"Colonel rtiyjsovclt Is strongly In favor,
of keeping the progressive party distinct,"
said Dr.V.. O. Henry of Omaha, who haV
Just returned from New Tork, there h'
spent several weeks. In the course of
which he hsd a personal chat with Col
"I saw the colonel a few minutes after
ho had delivered the speech to the New
York progressive committee," aaya Dr.
Henry, "and I had a. little chat. with him
that evening. Ho Is Very enthusiastic
and Is greatly pleased with the big voto
he received November S. Colonel Roose
velt says we are In the field to win,'
and It Is only a question of time. In tin,
meantime' he says It will 1k our work t
keep the forces together preparutory to
making the fights In tho future.
As to -whether Boosovolt would be a
candidate In 1916,' Dr. Henry said that was
too far In tho future to talk about. Dr.
Henry did not card to discuss tho matter
of the call of John O. Yiescr had issued
Tor a meeting of the republicans and
progressives of tho state for tho purpose
of uniting tho two parties. Ho was not
enthusiastic over the prospect, however.
A VOID IMPURE MILK
for Infants & -Invalids
It means ffa Original and Qeaulna
The Feod-Drlnk fer all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants, invalids and growing children,
Purenutrition, upbuilding tfc whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers al Uw aged.
More .healthful than tea or coffee.
Tali no substitute. Ask tor HORUCK'S
rrwr rcK'R rwtaini Fare Milk
Safes of The Bee
are scanned daily by thou
sands of popi,
. Try a Bee Want AJ.
rri 1 It fit mirlnrntnrwl Hia .1 n I vm. .nm.
blno will not now attempt to Increase tho
retail prion of milk from 7 and 8. to 9
cents per quart.
Objection to an lncreuse' of CO per cent,
proposed a few weeks ago by the com
bine, has forced tho dealers to abandon
.tho more substantial Increase and com
pelled them to -bo satlsfiod with a flut
i ate ot S cents. '
' Health Commissioner Connell has had
drafted nn ordinance Increasing the but
'ter fat tes( from H to 3.2 per cent, a mea
sure that Is bitterly opposed by dairymen.
"I dorj't .care what price you get 'for tha
mlllc you'-sell," Dr. Connell has told tha
dalryinenjbut I'm going to soo that you
sell good,. pufe?- milk."
It la probative 'befpro this ordinance Is
Introduced aVcommlttee from tha 'dairy
men's association and tho health-department
will Investigate dairies, in the city
o determine. If assertions made'.by-the
dairymen that Rome cows will not give
milk testing 3.J per cont butter fat ts true.
finger Print, expert
STOPS OFF IN OMAHA
J, M. Harton. hospital steward of Wash
ington, ,1'ftij arrived In Ohiahnwhcre lie
will spend" sevorol daj-a'wjlli Ihe local
Navydepai'nleht. M. TWrjoii., whpijs
alsov-a ovettiment7txpertT)'?'thni. tiiklng
of 'finger prlnts,iha becnrdetalled hero'
rr.om tno navy neaqunncra in- vvasiuni,
ton tpfJnsjVuct 'those In command the
proper methods of taking the prints. Mr.'
Barton's system Is one of tho most thor-J
ough and adequate of this art of identifi
cation, and ho expects to 'have' tho .local , liable Threatened
officers thorouohly acquainted with; .his I by croup, coughs or colds arc toon re
methods before leaving for tho West, iJlovedH))' tbe'Use. of Dr, King's New DIs-
where hf will repoat his Instruction
rovory. COc and 1.1W. P'or sale by Beaton
Drug Co. Advertisement. , ,
for the stricken family, and toward that ,
end la nrratiglrle fpr a. benefit shoot to be j
held probably next Saturday and 'Sunday.
All of the proceeds of the. shoot will be
turned over' to .tho family, and In the
event that none ot the members can find j
it ' convenient to ' participate they arc
urged to make cash 'donations.
Tho merchants arc asked by Mr, Ixirer
Ini; to make donations t of articles that
would bo suitable for prlr.es to make thb
shoot as attractive as possible.
Miontlntr la. AvrliliMital.
Tho accident, which proved fatal to
young Orr, nccurrod 'on tho grounds at
dusk last Thursday evening, after It had
become .too dark foJJjc club members to
continue tho nhoot;thatJihad .been In pro
prcss during tho day. riilfficld went to
the club houo and borrowed a rlflp, with
which the boys were going to have some
sport. While u group of the boys were
standing together on tho grounds the
rifle. In the hands of Dufflcld, was. dls
charged and tho bullet struck Orr In the
chin- and lodged in the back of his head.
Club members took charge of tho Injured
boy, called a doctor und had the patient
roinpved to Mercy hyspltal, where ho died
without having regained consciousness.
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to stock nndt will be opened nest Jtonday
by the dlaser Stock company, Playliig
"Thfc aamblc'rs'," a' dramatisation of
CtjuHes Kleln'a famous novel. Tho
Messrs. Rhuberts, ln oontrol of tlrs Uoi'd,
have armmreU ' for several weeks of
stock. Among the plays Out are prom
ised are "The OommuUra," "The Grey
hound." "Oreen Blockings," "The Ne'er
Do Well" and 'The Man from Homo."
Manager .Frank '.Jhclps,. of te Hoyd Is
tha authority for the statement that the
Olaarrs'Hrti on theVJ'Way'to Omaha now
wjth three carloads of -scenery and other
equipment 'of Klvliiff Orrtaiba an excel
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IX CorbetK Martin "SVoodwortb. IUchard
Tuckas,- Henry- Oaaell, Royal -Theyer
Olive Cooper. Uracs Uoodall, Maude Kb
run. Manner I'lialps - announces that
popular prices will prevail and that seats
for ths en tins engage'mnt may now be
procured at tho Boyd bar office.
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these at" men sjhty ai'cjeiiptjg ln from
Uie' grading camps amj ranQbci. (ter
having spent- their ouramtr-'atwamti.
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Ooapea go, a
1 CI Kite A. 1 Class H
Co jto. a 1 16 cents
1 Clun A. 1 Class a f
J U 1UUU1U
ooapoa ho. 4 "1 80 cents'
2 Class B Macaxlnes. fn
Ooapon Ho. S
Class C Maveaxlnee
1 Class C. 1 CUm D.
Ooapoa Ho. T
t Class D Mgasl..Jamontn
Conpea Ho- t "30cents
Class A Jj.xine.Ja m0Hth
coaoa ho. "185cents
a cuss a. 1 cuoe j a month
Oettpoa Ho. 18
t Oiu A. 1 Class C
' Ooac He. 11
S Clase A. 1 Clas
Oevpea. HO. II
Class O Maseins.
j a month
Ootiyea Ho. 14
X Xasa C. 1 Class
p i " 27 oents
J Cl C. 1 Claas n-J"am0nth
Onpen Ho. 15 , "I 35 cen3
CIsjss C. 1 Claaa Ja month
Oospoa He. IS
Class D Magaatai
Covpos. He. IT
t Class P. 1 Cta
cu.i n. 1 class n-ja month
Cowpem He. IB
I Claa D. : Clasr C.
You can get any Combination of Magaxines yon
wish hy gddlog; two or more Coupons together.
Enclosed find cents for coupons Nos.
Magasines for the month of to be sent to:
Addreaa TwamtieHh Cientury Farmer, Omaha, Neb.
' t., lllrs;. .- ANT PTEAlltinr TWK1.T ACT.
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