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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1913)
TIJH BEE: OMAHA, Till KM)AV, JANUARY 31), IM.'i.
TurJay afternoon. Miss Marie ttolllnirer
and Miss Orrtchen McC'onnoll were guests
of the club.
N CHARMING agreement
I proverbial early spring comes now In Rood season tho arrival of
nature's first expression, spring flowers. The bright colored tulips,
tho golden jonquils, tho dalntr narcissus, the fragrant hyacinths, and
tho over popular violets and sweet
brightest time of year is near.
I notice that wonderfully wrought
are being replaced by nature's own blossoms, and tho debutantes and
brides to bo are wearing boautlful corsago bouquets of vlolots and nar
cissus, and sweet pens, In the dainty shades of pink, lavender and white.
At most social affairs, spring flowors are replacing the popular Amer
ican Beauty rose, and also other varieties of roses and carnations.
At the luncheon given todny by Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson in honor of
Miss Chaso, pink sweet peas formed an unusually attractlvo decoration.
Yellow jonquils brightened the rooms at tho Informal tea given Tues
day nfternoon by Mrs. Carl F. Hartmann at Fort Omaha.
A variety of spring blossoms wore used at two larger affairs of tho
weok the dancing parly given by Mrs. K. S. Hall Monday evening for
Miss Dorothy Hall, and at tho bridge supper given Tuesday evening by Mr.
nnd Mrs. Henry F. Wyninn.
All of tho spring blossoms arc grown in local green houses.
Mr. and Mrs. Menry V. Wyman enter
tnlned at a beautifully appointed brldK
nuppcr Tuesday evening nt tlielr home.
Those present wore:
Sir, and Mrs. A. J. Iv.
Mr nnd Mrs. V. 11. Caldwell.
Mr and Mrs. Wart UiirKess.
Mr nnd Mrs. Krnnk Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Heed.
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Iledlck
Itr and Mrs. .lohn Patrick.
Mr and-Mrs. O. T. Kiulmmi
JIlss lllnck. -
Miss Stella Hamilton.
Dr W. O. HridRos. ,
Mr nandnll K. Hruun
Mr. Charles II. Ilrown.
Auction Bridge Club.
Mlas Carolyn linrknlow entertained the
members of the recently orpinlxcd bridge
.lub Tuesday nfternooii. Thosn present
M esd nines
A costume ball was Riven nt the home
of Miss May ma Souknp .iturday. Th
vcnlntf was spent In aesthetic dancing,
arises were won by Misses Ida Senicrad
mid Anna fJartn. Those prosent were:
T.I II ton Hlnln.
3.uinlr Safari k,
A. C. A. Lecture.
An Illustrated lecture on "Art and
Travel In Oreeco" will be rIvcii by Marlon
Cock of Philadelphia, under the auspices
of the Omaha branch of the Association
of ColleKlote Alumnae, January 30, i p.
m., Youpb Women's Christian association
auditorium. The Illustrations will In
clude; Olyinpla, Ilulus. Hermes of Prax
iteles, Delphi, Slopes of Parnassus, Tho
Caiparlan, Spring-, Primitive Dunce, The
Oracle, Cahimls, Klcusls, The Racred
"Way, Cemetery outside the Dlpylon Gate,
DARKEN YOUR GRAY HAIR
SThls Itoripo Makes nn ttxrcllcitt
Homo Jlatlo Prepara
tion, It la hunilllntlni: to co Into a drug store
nnd nak for a hair dye or stain or re
storer, an It at once calls attention to n
fact you want to conoeal that your hair
is turning KTay. This simple recipe re
lieves you of all such humiliation and at
tho same Uine gives you a cheap and
better "hair darkener and scalp tonic than
tho storo preparations. Procure from
your druggist at little cost one ounce of
bay rum, u quarter ounco of glycerine
nnd a small box of Tlarbo Compound;
then In your own home dissolve the Ilarbo
Compound In 7 ounces of water and add
the other two Ingredients and you will
have a most effective hair darkener as
rell aa a good remedy for dandruff and
other scalp humors. It not only browns
the gray hair but acts as a tonlo to the
ncalp. make the hair soft nnd glossy
and la not sticky like many store prep
arations. It Is to be applied once a week
until the lialr Is darkened, then everv
two weeks. He sure your druggist gives
you Barbo Compound no other tngredl
ant will take Its placcAdvcrUseinent.
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
TO OMAHA WOMEN
Spring Styles Are Being Shown
uy JBig Local Store.
The rsebraska Clothing Co. takes
pleasure In directing attention to teau-
tlful advance models In women's and
misses' Spring Suits,
Our Cloak and Suit buyer has been In
tne Juastern fashion centers for several
rceks selecting tbe best styles from
America's best designers.
We Invite the discriminating- women of
Omaha to Inspect the many - handsome
models that have Just arrived. Thl
first gllmpee of the newest of new spring
atyie-iaeas win prove to be a rare treat
or wen aressea women.
Our courteous salesladies will take i
Senulne pleasure In Knowing these beau
tlful new fashlnus to all who call.
KEURABKA CLOTHING CO.
Farnam, at Fifteenth 8U
Women s Section. Third Floor.
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tLs tliniAtor ftUim&rh. it years oa ihm nurial.
TerllmlUluntaUMMld. Koaden', U onilul
tad ml Osurrbat Jttlf , sootbM sad awls.
cmkId. ctioral. loduis or ftnr etbr aarrafat
taT4leat. Oaaraatatd. In tie and IDt lut
at all drazKUta. vampia nui
KSKBOH M0. CO, Mlanaapalla. Miaa.
RbUHD HEALTH TU MUThERAND CHILO
lMa Med fur ur tfi-VTl gu L iitllJU.Sd
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lay aU fAlh. -(,(( hi WI.SU tOUC. mh ,
lb Uh iinueif lot UlAICKllUtA It It o
lattljr luruilua. in ar tad ilk f "Mi.
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Taui.i'lta fw a M1M.
Wednesday, January 29, 1913.
with an early Easter and subsequently
peas all mako one think that the
French flowers of silk and velvet
Athens. Hay of Nauplla Epldauros, an
tmrly health reiort; Mycenae and Tlryns,
Homer No Loncer n Myth, Marathon.
Temple of Olympian Zeus, Monument of
Lyslcrates. Funeral Procession, Prison
of Socrritr, The HUdlum, Kvcnlnn Glow
pn Hymettus, Tho Acropolis, The Par
thenon, Tho Areopagus at 8unset.
Mrs. N. J. tfellnc entertained Saturday
st her home In celebration of her daugh
ter, Huth's. tenth birthday. Music and
fames afforded tho amusements. Thoie
At Fort Omaha.
: Major nnd Mrs. Carl F. Hartmann of
Fort Omaha 'ware at homo Informally
Tuesday afternoon for the offlrers and
ladles of the. post and iruesn'from Omaha.
The t?a table, "had a centerpiece of yel
low Jonquils and Mrs. Holland Itubbottam
poured tea. Tho at homes at Fort Omaha
will be continued Informally during the
Luncheon for Debutante.
Complimentary to Miss Carmellta.
Chose, Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson enter
tnlned nt a prettily appointed bridge
luncheon today at her home. Pink sweet
peas formed the decoration and covers
were placed for Misses Cnrmellta Chase,
Mildred Hogers. Dorothy Hall, Gladys
Petnjrs, .Daphne. Peters, Mary Uurkley,
Mar caret Greer Haum, Violet Joslyn;
Mesdames John A. McHhane, F. A. Nash,
Clement Chase. W; A. C. Johnson.
,Mlss Margaret Greer HaUm will enter
tain at airOrplteum party this evening,
followed by supper, at the home of Miss
Hanni. Ten BuejUn will be present.
Mrs. F L. Haller entertnlned at a box
party this afternoon at the Orpheum.
when sevenfguests were present. Follow
ing the. mdilheVi' ton was served at the
Delft Teo Rooms, when they were joined
by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph JefferRon.
Monday afternoon Mrs. J. Sunderland
will give a mntlnee party.
Miss Julia Nowcomb and Ml is Jo
Lyman will give an entertainment of
character sketches and readings at
Westminster church Thursday and Fri
Debutante Bridge Club.
Miss Pauline Hourke entertained the
members of the Debutante Urldge club
Can You Draw an Eye?
PRIZES FOR THE BEST EYES $3.00 first nrize: $1.00 sec
ond prize; $1.00 third prize
RULES Competitors must be amateurs. All drawings must!
be on the face cut out of Tho Bee. Competitors may submit
moro than one drawing if they desire. Contest closes Wednes-1
day night, Feb. D, 1913. Address, Contest Editor, Omaha Bee.
Creighton Medio Dance.
The Creighton Medical college students
have their Inst hop of the school year at
Chnmlwra' Danrlng academy Tuesday
evening. The largest crowd ever attend
ing a departmental dance gjven by the
Creighton students was present, and all
spent an enjoyable evening. It was also
the last danco to be given by any of the
Creighton students this year. Alt of the
medio dances this season have been suc
cessful and the students nro well pleased
with the work of tho dance committee,
The dental and medical students have
vied with one another In their dancing
parties this yenr and honors have been
Thoso present Tuesdny evening were
Grace Harrow tr,
.Marguerite Coehrone Teresa McCaffrey,
Naljeska Johnson, Jess Hailey.
II. II. Johnson.
H. IC. Simpson,
B. D. Knnpp,
C. W. Steponek.
A. J. Offcrman,
I. O. Pfatr,
L. W. Hoffman,
D. W. Kohler.
O. D. Whltr,omb,
II, II, Allen,
V, A. Mohler.
GcorKe D. Gelf,
C. a Molsced,
C. J. Taylor,
W. II. III1I. .
R. K. Newbold,
A, C. nrown.
A. L. Ijiwrcnce.
W. II. Scott.
C. K Phillips.
Guy Van Hcoyoc,
M. F. Gulafoyle,
A. J. Munall,
Jf. VS. Drake.
II. M. Sampson,
O, I Kllsworth,
O, J. Dlerkes.
P, J. Hermsen,
O, U Halley',
C. C. Parker.
W. J. McNIchols,
C. J. Ulrlch.
J. It. Kleyla.
D. C. Richards.
J. J. O'Hearne.
R, II. Carney.
C. H. Allyn.
Max W. Flothow.
T. J. O'Kecfe
G. J. Ilndavy.
D. IS.. Crane,
J. B. O'Rrlon.
F. S. Taylor.
F. R. Peters.
J. R. Stoner, .
J. P. Sheehy,
H. C, Dunham,
n. J, Dunn, ' -
R. C. Whlttnker.
K. T. Trexlor,
W. C. Mrtoney.
Dr. nnd Mrs, .V,
Surprise Card Party. , '
Miss Edlth'lta'lnes was given a surprise
party Tuesday evening, by her' friends.
and gomes afforded the
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Morltc Meyer celebrated
and five prizes valued at $1.00
their thirtieth wedding anniversary Bun-
day ovenlr.e at their home, 3323 Harney
Btrect. The rooms were decorated with
pink and wlilto roses and the evening
spent playing bridgo, after which supper
whs served. Mr. Sidney Meyer, who at
tends the ( University of Nobraskn, re
turned home for the anniversary. Twen-
ty-elRht guests were present.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr, .and Mra.-lV.J. Cooley of JVeStfleld,
Mrs. John Hudson.
' Mrs. J, I. nrlttaln, wire of the Ameri
can consul In FraRUc, Austria, was the
guest Friday and Saturday of Miss Jo'i-
nle Undelond 'and Miss Hmlly Clove.
Mrs. Charles I. Benton, who has Decn
speudlnR two.wcekH In Milwaukee, arrived
home Tuesday morning accompanied 0
her mother, Mrs. K. A. Wurster, who will
be her truest for a few weeks.
Strange New Drug
Stops Scalp Itching
(From Advanced Science.)
"Kepi since this paier published the
discovery of that eminent London spe
cialist, Prof. J. B. Hobbcs-Curtln. that
tho drug qutntone could be used for the
successful treatment of eczema on the
scalp, It has been growing In popularity.
"The treatment Is simple and Is used as
a household remedy by many. Oct two
ounces of qulntono from tho druggist, dls
solve It lu onc-liHlf pint of hot water, and
apply tho solution twice dally to the nf
"Not only has qulntone proven Invatua
ablo for treatment of eczema on tho
calp, but It has been successfully used
for salt rheum, eczema, tetter, ringworm
and other Itching skin eruptions." Advertisement.
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Of course you like Buckwheat cakes for breakfast
they are wholesome, nourishing and mighty good
eating but you do not like the bother of preparing y Mr.
the flour the night before. y Dealer:
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lightest, tastiest, finest quality of buck-
wheat ever blended. Raised and salt- '
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pon. Please use it now. We know s
you will like it and order more.
Northern Light Milling Co., y AMtttt
Fall and Winter Shoes
Starts Tomorrow at 8 A. M.
Drexel's reputation for honest dealing and tho reputation of the best shoemakers In the
world guarantees every shoo to be as represented.
There aro no Job lots, wo are exclusive agents In Omaha for such famous makes as
Hannn & 8ons, Kdwin Clapp, Howard & Foster, Macdonald & Kilcy, for men. Hanan, Fos
ter, Armstrong, Wright & Peters for women, and It is broken lota of thoso famous makes that
will be put on sale In some cases
At Less Than Half Price
We need the room for our spring stock. The mild winter has left you an enormous as
sortment to choose from. We have room hero to quote you only a few prices read them
and seo our windows.
FOR MEN I aa, 93 ana 94 vaiuas I FOR WOTVHTM
, , 200 palm women's fancy . w MVl'ILill
7.o0 Hanan 8 Win- eT75 dress, party slippers In bronze en Hnnan'a Imnnrt. o iJC
tiLalur" $5 ,ea,hcr- hea anJ Jd RHuaBnarann8caU,POrt M45
llnod tan blucher v " Ol nc button "
$7.00 Hanan BcstCf-75 dliSJO
volour calf lpather $0.00 Hanau patent 4 4AK
Hned blucher V W.oo, 4.oo and $3.60 valu.. colt, vamp dull kid M
linen oiucnor n00 palrB on tne table . j,utton t
$0,150 Hanun's dou- CrlS broken .sizes, In women's
bio soled, volour M Wuohor Kun motal. calf, kid $5.50 Hanan's gun- c j 25
calf, blucher nnd palenVl 1 nn meU1 ca,f- button- 54
$7.00 Hanan kid. -1-25 5 1 .UO two styles
kid lined double r so 00 vain. ?0 Foster patent C J45
SOled bal V 200 pairs "men's three- U dull top button A.
$8.00 Clapp's gen. French strap house slippers drees too
calf, double soled to 05 $ 1 100 $5.50 Foster's pat-cj2S
hcol. KnBllsTi last, ont colt, dull top AV
lo8"WSf ,3b5n,U,s,zes. 'ce. dress toe
7.otl Clapp s lm- fRS women's fancy dress Hltppers, ,-. r,n Pnntnr'n kid i4r
ported Norwegian l. Patent, kid d dull k.dP cp0 fJ "J $25
tan Eng. last blucher v $ 1 1 kld plaln dreSB toe ,
$0 Macdonald-Kiley s J4S , ' , .
Norwegian tan, Eng. $4. . x5 HSfff . . " ' ? Armstrong,
last, waterproof solo . Ml""p abuttohId.hoS.,e Vu h,gh Kradc' patent co,t' gun
$5 Howard & Foster,-. 7S metal calf, patent colt and metal calf and kid )95
kid blucher, leather A Un" oa am blucher and but-
lined, double sole W Jl Off ton
$5.50 mid $0 Howard & Fob- Wc- ou $5, $4, $3.50 values, 500
tcr heavy winter 0.75 On all boys' and youths' prs. patent colt and cfQ5
tan, double soled J heavy winter shoe? In ton and dull calf and kid, I
blucher V black, including "mull cut. bilicilar and button. ...
frA TToIjipq 200 pairs men's patent colt, button and 4 A r
p ft T dlUCo bluclier; broken lots that must be sold at once. $JLtkW
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street
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ity makes reading at night much
more pleasant and eliminates the
usual strain on your eyes.
enjoyment of many delightful evenings. Electric Light is the best light
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Have Your Home Wired Now
Electricity will bring to your aid many economical con
veniences which will lighten the daily household labor and add to the
pleasure of living. Then too, Electric Light
will increase the commercial value of your
home. Do you realize the comparative
cheapness of installation and service? In
Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
A "Square Deal"
For the Housewife
WE ARE so absolutely certain
that Northern Light Self
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Why Not Spend the
Long Winter Evenings
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this winter. The coziness and cheer of
your home will soon be highly import
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the pure air illuminant will insure the
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