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TTITC OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 22, 1912.
PARTIES FORCHRISTMAS DAY j
Several Are Scheduled, Contrary to
the Uiual Custom.
NOVEL CARDS FOR THE SEASON
I ntrrrsltr Club Will Kern Open
llnntn In Its T lnnrlr on
.Innuirr Seconil 3lr
llomr from School.
MONDAT-MIm Qn-tchen McCotinell,
thtatrr party tor the mums Joync 01
Cambridge, Hut: Omaha High Pchool
Prom at Chambers; Junior club dance
at thf Home hotel.
Jl'USDAY Omlkron dunce at Cham
bers', weddlnir ot Mips Allls Hull,
tlaurhter of Mr. Frederick Hall, to Mr.
Knlph E. Newell.
WEDNESDAY-Chrlstmas da ; Mr. and
Mrs, Mosher Colpetior. dinner at Coun
try club; Mr. and Mr. J. K. Ilnum,
rofee for Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baum, Jr.;
Pan club dance at Metropolitan null.
Orelaliton Dental oollece dance at
Chambers'. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Dole,
THURSDAY Mr. and Mrs. A U Heed,
party for Misses E1Uam1i and Krim
need. Minn Margaret Oreer Ratim, even
ing bridge for the Misses Joyna: Trela
Kaldeka club dance at Cahmners ; Minn
Krna Hodra, reception for flirma Theta
KKIDAY Mr and Mm. Arthur Critten
den Smith, dancing party for MIm Har
riet Smith at Country club; Mlsa Mary
ilMftath. luncheon; Lee Illtouv, ban
quet at the Henshaw; MJaa Anna I'VII
and Miss Nellie Ktirutter, afternoon
musical, dancing party at Rome hotel
for Btirmn Theta 11 visitors.
SATURDAY Miss Blanche Colin and
Misaes Mamie and Hortente Sptra-brg-or,
lunoheon at Hotel Loyal for
Sigma. Theta, PI sorority; Hal Rein fra
ternity dinner at Hotel Loyal, rollowed
by Orpheum party In honor of Blamti
Theta. PI sorority; nilppn-Hart jveddlnir
at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Test Stewart In Council Bluff, Edward
Orofoot, matinee luncheon; Mrs. J W.
Towle. buffet luncheon for Miss Marian
and Ntoml Towle; Elks club dancing
party. Christmas Trill be a full day socially
this year. Most of the family dinner
parties will be given at noon and largo
affntrs are scheduled for Chrlstmaa night.
Mr, and Mra. Mosher Colpetaer will en
tertain at a Chrlstmaa supper Wednes
day evening at the Country club, when
about forty guests will be present. The
evening wilt be spent Informally, either
dancing or with bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Baum will entertain
at a 9 o'clock coffee Christmas night In
honor of their son, Mr. Jack Baum, and
hla bride. Mrs. Baum was formerly Mist
Gertrude Fltzerald of Chicago and has
visited In Omaha, on numerous occasions
and ha many friends here, t'ho affair
will be mostly for the younger set.
Original Christmas Cards.
Original Christina cards are utio of
the moat approclatod gifts of the season.
There are three or four Omaha pcoplo
who are fortunate enough to be on the
"list" of William U. Neldllnger, the well
known composer, ir. Xeldllnger often
writes an original verse with, music, the
notes of the music being painted In Water
colors to represent' the holly berries. Other
card have painted;. Chrhftmna trees nnd
'original verses. Among the Omaha peo
ple who receive cards from Mr, Neld
llnger are Miss Blanche floreuson, Mr.
HalpV Sunderland nnd Mr. and Mrs, Fred
erick J. Adams, Miss Rprenson received
an attractive Chrlstmaa card from Miss
Maud Powell, the well known vlollnlste.
On the card' is a irown silhouette of the
nrtlate and her violin.
The. trnlVftratty'fcAbr will hold a recep
lieu nnu vuncinc imiiy uu uin uiciuua
of Thursday, January 2, the occasion bo
lug the opening of the pew. club rooms
on the top floor of the Board of Trade
building, southwest conur of Farnam, at
Sixteenth street. The entire floor has
been practically reconstructed for housing
the organisation. The ball room Is on
the south sldo of the bulldlnr. occupying
the entire apace allotted to the billiard
room, and the southern half of the dining
room when the Commercial club occupied
these quartern. The, new quarters have
been fitted up in a! manner that gives
them . simple dignity and makes them
among the prettiest club rooms In thy
city. The appointments show the excel
lent taste of the directors and reflect
credit upon the committee who had In
charge the planning and arrangement of
At the Country Club
The first of three subscription dunces
were given Saturday evening at the Coun
try club. Mra. Frank Wllhelm and Miss
Helen Davis organized the club, which
includes in Its membership a number of
young married couples and several
Omaha bachelors. The bachelors can se
lect their partners for each dance. The
members of the club are:
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Wharton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D, llosford.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Wniard.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Turner, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Moshsr ColpeUer.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter McCormlck.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Tukoy.
Sir. and Mm. Duttlse Barkalow.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Towle,
Mr. and Mrs. John Madden.
Mr. oild Mrs. Safnuet Burns, Jr.
Mr, and Mrs. W. T.' Bums.'
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clarke.
Mr, and Mrs, Oeorge Redlck.
Mr, and Mrs. Wilson Austin.
Mr, ftnd Mrs. Kdward O'Brien.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prltehrtt.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keeune.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nosh.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cotton.
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Doorly. '
Mr. and Mrs. John Redlek.
Miss Dorothy Stevens.
Miss Helen Davis.
Gerald Wharton, Ralph Peters,
Hal Brady, Elmer Cope,
C J Lord. Jack Webster,
cuthbert Potter. Ware Hall,
Robert Dinning. lxzler.
Iawrenee Brlnker, Klmer Redlck,
Ben Oallauhcr. Ben Wood,
Wllllard Butler, Walter Roberts.
Junior Branch of Fine Arts.
The formation of a Junior branch Is
being planned by the member of the
Omaha Society of Fine Arts. A com
mittee has been appointed which Includes
Mrs. liowrle Child. Mrs. Oeorge A.
Joslyn and Mrs. A. W. Jefferis, who will
frame an amendment and present' It to
the constitutional committee, and this
amendment will be brought up at the
meeting of the society January 9, when
the members 'will vote on its acceptance.
Mrs. C W. rtuMell. president of the
kocjety, in speaking of the new organ
ization, said that many of the active
members are enthusiastic over the Junior
It is believed that the organization of
this society will be popular, as there
are so many young ladle In the city
who delre to Join the art society, but
owing to the limited seating- capacity of
the auditorium In the library jt has been
impossible for the society- to increase its
The branch will be under the super
vUion of the Omihx Society of Pine Arts
and will make use of the same slides
and literature, The names of the new
SHE WILL BE A YULETIDE BRIDE
MISS ALIB HALT,.
members will be submitted by the active
members of the Society of Fine Art.
0. H. S. Senior From,
Tho Omaha High school uenlor prum
will be hold Monday, December 23, at
Chambers' dancing academy. Tho ulfalr
Is to be one of the most important of he
social year and at least 100 couples are
expected to bo present. The following
clubs will have coxy-corners at the dance:
Kmanon, Loral, Mnotese and ls Hlbour
Tho grand inarch will bo led by tho
president of tho senior class and his
partner, Jumes Durlceo and Miss Kathryn
Crocker, Tho committee in chargu of tho
hop are making elaborate nrruugumetits.
Tho wedding of MIm Oladys Hurt,
daughter of Mr. Kdward Hurt, of Colo
rado flprlng, formerly of Council Bluffs,
to Mr. Iawrcnco Phlpps, jr., of Denver,
Superior Store Service
Is What Everybody Gets at
Over twenty years' ter-t has
proven the value of this stoic to
the west. New shipments con Ing
dally to protect the late shoppers.
There's a charm to our stork
worth your while.
To close out entirely we will
give 89 Off on leather,
sterling stiver pencils, l OC
full sUo IsfcU
Cold filled pencils, f I Cfl
full site I iOU
CJold filled ihlld's bracelet. "Jgrj
Hterllng silver enamel circle I
Sterling silver hat 9Rn
Sterling silver 3-plu sets. I
etched gray 1
Our fine adjusted double roller
escapement OsCBQA. WATCH In
10 year gold filled case for 110.00
is the best In the world for the
Bracelet Watchss and Sautoir
Watohes, t-00 to KOOJOO.
Emblem and .odge Charms,
Finn and Buttons of all orders In
abundance. This store is u grand
place for you to visit at once.
T, L. COMBS & GO,
1530 Douglas Bt.
will take place at the home of Miss
Hart's couMnn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Test Htewart the afternoon of Saturday,
Dicimber 25, at 5 o'clock. There will be
no attendants except tho two little flower
girls, Mlteos Dorothy and Helen Phtpps,
sisters of the groom. The ceremony will
bo performed by Dr. A. Q. A. Huston,
rector of St. Paul's Kplncopal church.
Mr, Phlpps and hl bride will take an ex
tended wedding trip through Kgypt and
will stop' nt Cairo und other -place on
Hop at Fort Omaha.
An enjoyable Christmas hop was given
at ForU Omaha Friday evening when a
number of guests from Omaha wero pres
ent. Attractive Christmas decorations
wen- used. Holly, mistletoe American
flags tiiid Japanese lanterns transformed
the hall room, Cuptaln Rubottom Intro
ducfd a dHtice Hpulnr In the army, "The
Paul Revert'. ' Among the guests front
Misses- Misses ' '-
Katharine Moorhead,Prancps Hochcletler,
Nunnlo Page, Eugenie Whltmore,
Marguerlto WowlttN. Nina Diets,
lurnlyu Barkalow, Irene McConuelt, .
nturgo Kngler, Ted Vallace.
Joseph Rlngwalt, Clement Chase, Jr.,
Fred Duuahertv. I.reil Clnrk. ir..
Lee Mitchell. Harry Koch.
ur unit Mrs. Juhn E. Futver,
Thu wedding of Miss Allls Hal, daugh
ter of Mr. Frederick K. Hall, to Mr, Ralph
A. Newell will take ulaco Tuesdai- evn.
nlng, December it, at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Martha W. Chrlatlanoy, UO
North Forty-second street. Miss Mar
guerite Wilcox will bo maid of honor and
Mr. Arthur M. Newell, brother of the
groom, will be best man. The wedding
march will be played by Mra. Norman
Third Great Anniversary Sale
IS NfsUU AM
You should avail yourself of this great opportunity. Only
two more shopping days before Christmas. A few of our many bargains:
Corduroy, Serge und
Kilk Drosses for
Ladles AU latest
models, In navy, blue,
black and brown
worth $10. In this
sale at tf QQ
Quy Kggeman of Detroit, nee Miss Mary
Taylor of Omaha.
Mrs. William Sidney entertained at a
bridge luncheon on Friday afternoon. The
decorations were holly and Christmas
greens. Solos were given by Miss Kmma
Klssllng. High scores for tho afternoon
Vero made by Mrs. William Rhyn and
Mrs. 12. Anspach.
Those present were;
P. O. Mlttelboch. Harry-Hawk,
II. F. Hanson, rcdwanl Anspaoh,
w. j. loivin, Jiain tsterncKer,
W. Wyndlo Davis,
JJ. O. Robb, 1
W. J. Pickering.
U A. Leonard,
J. J. Oafford.
A. A. Avery,
Miss Kmma Klssllng,
Holiday House Party.
Mrs. Charles Black and Mrs. 8. R. Cot
tot) .will entertain a house party for Miss
Halcyon "'Cotton Christmas week, the
yotjotf people nrrlvlng tho day after
Clirlttmon. In tho p'Jrty will be Miss
Aijeto Hall. Miss Beutrlce Boyden of Chi
cago Mr. Harold Ambler of Chicago, and
MV. Qeorife Appleyanl ofAshldnd; Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. A, J. ICuhlman uf Ne
braska' City announce tho engagement of
their daughter, Miss Liirn Lillian Kuhl
maii, to Dr. J. Franklin Anson of thts
city. Tho wedding will take place shortly
after the new year.
Mrs, John J. Hanlghen entertained at a
matinee luncheon Saturday for Francis
Clean Hanlghen. After luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Hanlghen they attended the
Ladies' Dress Skirt Special 200 skirts, just
from our factory, made of Whipcords, -
Corduroy and Serge, all in lnte.st styles, ,
trimmed 'with buttons to match, all sizes,
in grey, brown, navy blue, black (M pa 1"
and tan; worth $3.50, sale price. . . vlV
Do not fail to visit our Suit and Milliu
ory Dept. on Second floor. You will find
many bargains in Suits, Coats, Dresses, Furs
and Millinery, all at great reduced prices in
Ladies' Sweater Coats, all wool, in groy and
red, all sizes, worth up to $3.50, QO
in this sale 7-f;7 ?-rv;. . TTY . ;7! . . . , tvO
Ladies' Silk Waists, made of Messaline and
Taffeta Silk, in black, brown, navy and
cream white, all of'tbe latest styles, all sizes,
up to $5.00, sale
Ladies' Silk Petticoats, made of Messaline
and Taffeta Silk, 15 and 18-inch shirred ami
fluted flounce very full, in blaok and all
colore; worth $5.00, in this AO
sale, each . . . . vlewO
Ladies' Orepe Kimonog, floral and orinetal
patterns, iu light and dark colors, trimmed
in plain colored silk nnd satin to matob, a
good value at $3.50, in this 4 AO
sale, each vJUSJO
1 JZ-hG SVo S OMAMA
Orpheum matinee. Those present were
T. Stewart Sd, Denman Kountze,
Jack r'osd. Morse Palmer.
Charles Martin, Roderick Crane
Robert Storx. Donald AloVan
Ellison Vlnsonhaler. Cleary Hanlglu .
The Dlelz dub will gie its dancing
party Now Year's eve. Decemberr St, at
j the club house on Carter lake.
Mrs. Ellen Hayes of Denver announces
; tl e engagement of hr daughter. Vera.
I K'tltii Hayes1, to Mr. A'.i Roy Moore.
'The wedding Is to take plntv In March.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wolf of m North
Twenty-first street announce the engage
ment of their daughter Mary to Mr. Mark
For the Future.
Mr, J. ii. Baum will give a coffee at
ber home Christmas night In honor of
Mr. and Mn. Jack Baum.
Mrs. A. L. Reed will glvo a dance for
lier daughters, Miss Elizabeth and Miss
Erna Reed, next Thursday night at their
Tho Country club will send out an
nouncements early next week of a table
d'hote dinner and dance New Year's
night at the club. ,
Mrs. F. J. Fitzgerald will give, a theater
party followed by a watch party at her
home Wednesday, December 81, In honor
of her daughter. Miss Ruth Fitzgerald.
Mr?. William P. Callahan will give a
dance New Year's night at Chambers for
her granddaughter, Miss Charlotte Cal
lahan, who arrived home Thursday from
Mrs, A D. Iane will give a luncheon
Friday, January 3. for her daughters, the
Misses Greta end Elizabeth Lane, and
their giiest, Miss Lillian Morgan, of Port
In honor of her guests, the Misses Eliz
abeth and Metahte Joyner of Cambridge,
Mass., Miss Alice Carter wtll give a cof
fee at her home Sunday afternoon. Miss
Margaret Baum will entertain at bridge
In honor of these guests Friday evening
at her home, when there will be nine
tables of players, and Mra Qretchen Mo
Connell will give an Orpheum party for
them Monday afternoon.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Roy Wood, who has been traveling
through the east, will reeh home In time
(Continued on Page Three.)
Traveling Bags and Suit
Oases, Traveling Bags
fitted with, toilet arti
cles, Manicure sets,
Oases, Drinking Chips
and Fl&ska, Ladies'
hand bags, Men's card
cases; Photograph trav
eling frames, Jewel and
Stick Fin Oases, Collar
bags and Toilet Rolls
fitted in Ivory and
Freling & Steinle
Good Leather Goods
1803 FARNAM STREET
Phone Douglas 273. '
ladles' I.onu Coats
K choice line of
Ladles' Coats In the
latest styles, all col
ors and patterns; all
sizes, worth up to $15
In this aalo at
Come at 8:30 Tomorrow Morning
Biggest Honest Sale
Ever Held in Omaha
Wo are gobiR to permanently close out our tle
partiucnt of Umbrellas, llrnss Goods, Ixjather Goods,
l,atnpt, German Silver Mesh Ilnga. These goods ro
on sale Monday at 8:80 nt from ONK-TJIIR1) to ONE
HALF their former price.
Any Electric Inmp in our
$10 Lamps now . 86,65
915 Lamps now 810
9100 Lamps now $66
Our sweeping reduction of
33 M per cent on Brass Goods
makes it possible to giro an ap
propriate Xmas gift for UttJe
Smokers' articles, Candle
sticks, Desk articles, Jardi
nieres, etc., all go in this sale.
Place for coin,
puff, cards &
memo tablet &
$22 to $75
adjusted, in a
20 year gold
Chains , , .l.so
The Dependable Jewelry Store
15th and Douglas Sts.
DAIXTV "KATS" FOR
at our two downstairs lunc'u
and soda rooms. Excellent ser
vice and moderate prices.
Downstairs at 16th and Dodge
Downstairs at the Owl
16th and Harney Streets.
SHERMAN' & McCOXNELL
The Persistent and JuOlcloui like ot
Kewspaper Adverttsinc 1 the Road to
$8 all former
$10 to $15
$5 all former
$6 to $10
bag in the
choico for S5..
Sold as high;
jjful leatner goods,
including bags and
'fn sard cases, jewel
jases, bill books
Pplg&irnust go. We give
Hgi:;;'"'you ONE THIRD
Rings $10 up
SOLID OOX.D JEWELRY
Chains . .13.60
Bar Pins . . . 83.00
PPpp nOcJarRock Clue also
rVCtt 2Bc Slur Broom Holder
To dttrtli tb.i. uieful tniclct. t you will k
as rua CD.rrkAat la Autrlu tor' tbaf. tbla
will lulbotlie him to GIVB you totb. mtr) to
bs ou FKA1SE thm to (rleniJ. It mtrctaaU
cnot iupiilr 7ou Irra. write ui. Modlss tlx m.r
ch.Ms' uan aad it In lUapi. NORMAN
JUNES CO., Wuhlattos, D. U
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