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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, .TANrARV 31, 1913.
Thursday, January 30, 1913.
MC. PKTKIIS, president of the Country club, together with Secre
tary Lawrence Drinker, are mighty busy men these days an-
nworlng numerous telephone calls regarding a "stage" dinner
recently announced to -tho members of the organization. This,
Indeed, Is a brand new one, and even though the entertainment committee
I is a versatile one, the temptation to offer ' it a suggestion or two almost
j overpowered me.
The word stage suggested actors and actresses, and next In ordjer
came the thought that If, for Instance, the famous Ocnee might be induced
to help entertain with some kind of a sketch, It would add a pleasing tone
to the suavity of the evening.
But alas: tho printer had spoiled It all, for, Instead of "stage" he
should have printed '"stag," and In anything of that Alnd the sterner sex
needs not even an inkling of counsel
PLANS FOR DONNA SHAW
Noted Lecturer Would Rest When
Not Engaged in Speaking.
HERE A WEEK FROM FRIDAY
Will Sprnk Frlrinr MrM Uor.n in
Lincoln Sntnrtla)-, to rteturn to
Omnha. for Jtlnmi Sleeting
Club at Riverside.
Th B. C. O. toclcty held Us regular
monthly mcctlne at Hlverslde, tho coun
tr home of Miss Margaret Itlchard
Thursday afternoon. The rooma we
decorated In the flub colors, pink and
blue. The afternoon was ipent In sewing
and mftnle. Jlefreslmentn were served on
one large table In the dining room. Those
Margaret Edwurds, Margaret Scott,
Th.p... tlunpan. Penrl Itrnnn.
J. nichard. '
Omaha Blka will celebrate their twenty-seventh
anniversary Friday evening,
February 7. A lodge meeting will precede
the entertainment, which will start at 9
p. m. The program will be by members
of th lodgo and their women relatives
and friends. Following the entertainment
there will be nn Informal dancing party.
Light refreshments will bo served.
I Margaret Congdn,
for all bv Calumet.
For daily nia in millions ot kitchens bat
proved that Calumet is highest not only (a
quality but la If averting fowtr as well un
failing in results pure to the extreme and
wonderfully economical in use. Ask your
grocer. And try Calumet next bake day,
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
Needle Craft Clnb Meet;.
Yesterday afternoon the members of
the Needle Craft club were entertained
at the Prairie Park club house. The
hostesses for the afternoon wore Mr,
t' I.. Peterson, Mr. M. E. Miller, Mrs.
Appletree, Mrs. O. I Porter, Mrs. M. F.
Powell and Mrs. M C. Price. The after
noon was spent In sewing and an In
formal muslcale was given. At ! o'clock
tea was served. Next Tuesday evening
tho club will entertain at a large card
party at the club house. February U
the club will hold Its regular meeting.
Forty-five members were present at the
'Social Affairs Planned.
' Mr. and Mrs. Qrorge Johnston will give
1 a dinner Friday evening at their home.
Pr. and Mrs. If. O. Lantern will enter
tain at cards Friday evening at their
Mlaa Marguerite Stovrltts will give a
luncheon Monday at the Hotel Royal fqt
Miss Dorothy Morgan, whose engagemofe
to Italph Tetera haa been announced.
Mrs. Arthur C. Smith will give a lunch
eon Tuesday at the Omaha club.
Mrs. W, J. Connell enteitalned at
luncheon .Wednesday at her home for
Mr. Guy Howard of Moltne, III., and
Mrs. Herman Kountie, both of whom will
spend the remainder ot the winter In
California. Ten guests were present.
L. C. B. A. Card Party.
Ladles of L. C. B. A., branch 2, will
give a card party Friday afternoon In
the Pompelan rooms of the Drandels
Mrs. Charles K. Burmmester, Jr.. was
hostess at two auction bridge luncheans
given at her home Tuesday and Wednes
day afternoons In honor of her sister.
Miss Ilutli Kvans of Chicago, .who Is her
guest. Pink sweet peas were used in
decorations, and six tables of players
were present at each entertainment.'
When Dr. Anna Shaw, president of the
National Woman's Suffrage society, is
not working she Is resting, so says a
letter which was received from her at I
the state suffrage hendquarters. Dr.
Shaw In her letter requests that she bo
allowed to rest during the tlmo which
haa not been arranged for her to spend
at meetings for the cause ot woman's
Dr. Kliaw Is making an extended trip
through the west for the cause of suf
frage and Is attending two and thrcn
meetings a day 111 the cities where she
Is stopping. She Is saving her strength
for her work, and her health does not
permit her to attend social affairs, too.
This noted woman will arrive In the
city Friday evening, February 7, at 6
o'clock, and will attend a meeting of tho
Omaha Federation of Suffrage societies
that evening, which will be held In the
council chamber of tho city hall at ,s
Saturday morning she will attend a
work conference of the First district of
Nebraska, and will leave at 1 o'clock for
Lincoln, where sho will attend a work
conference of the Second district. There
will be a mass meeting at Lincoln that
evening, at which affair Dr. Shaw will be
the speaker. She will return td Omaha
Sunday morning, when slic will attend
the mass meeting, which will be held here
Sunday afternoon, February 9, In the
Mrs. John N. Baldwin entertained . at
luncheon Wednesday for Mrs. Harry Can
dee of Watervllle, N. Y and Mrs. Penlck
of Louisville, Ky. The decorations were
Dresden china ornaments. Covers were
laid for twelve.
The Bargain Opportunity
of a L fetlma
Muiay and Tutsity
Feb. 1st, 3d and 4th
New 1913 Patterns in
All perfect goods Not one
dollar's worth of old stuff
in tho entire stock, and over
$100,000.00 worth included.
In Omaha's Greatest .
Rug Bargain Event
Beginning Saturday at
See 16th Window Display.
Comparison of values will
insure your purchasing here.
Knights of Columbus' Dance.
A complimentary dance will be given
by the Knights of Columbus Friday even
ing at Metropolitan hall, 2301 Harney
street. The entertainment committee com
prises T. B. Coleman, Thomas Qulnlan,
W. H. lUumer, John Hlnchey, .John
Qleoson, James Flannlran, Kay Kleyla
nnd W. n. Hanna. An entertaining pro
gram haa been arranged. The affair Is
for knights and their women friends.
Lunoheon for Mrs. Gnnlook.
Mrs. J.' F. .McCaffrey entertained at
luncheon today in honor of Mrs. Gun
lock of Chicago, The table decorations
were pink and white and covers were
laid for twelve gueats.
Does to Uruguay.
Montross Ue, who formerty retlded In
Omaha, haa been visiting relatives and
school friends from the University of
Nebraska. Mr, tee left laat evening rod
New Torki whre he will sail for London,
from where he will sail for South Amer
ica to reside In Uruguay.
Columbian Circle Party.
The Columbian circle will celebrate Us
tenth anniversary by giving a card party
Friday evening at Its hall, Twenty-second
and Locust streets. Ten prises will ' be
For Guest from Stella.
V, J, Prawl entertained yesterday in
honor of Mrs. H. L. Hogrefe of Stella,
Neb. Those present were Mesdames A.
B Jlockwell. J. n. Bone, F. Bacon. C. ,Q
Lulkart, It. W. Dewey, H. L."Hogrefe.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mlsa Ituth Kvans of Chicago la the
guest of- her sister, Mrs. Charles Bur
master, Jr. '. ,i
A daugnterj was . born Friday . to . Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Thompson Robinson of
Sanrameiito, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. .Robin
son were formerly of Omaha.
Wattles Will Speak
at the Boys' Banquet
tlurdon W. Wattlen will bo another o!,c
of the speakers nt the dinner to sons ot
mcmbcra of the Commercial club Friday
night. He will talk to the boys on citi
Biigadlcr General Frodcrlck A. Smlt'i
already has agreed to talk on his ex
periences In the army. Other speakers
will be secured by tho committee, which
Is endeavbring to get men representative
of all the ideals of boyhood as to pro
fessions and business.
Each speaker has been Instructed to
make his talk short.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
TO ERECT CLUB ADDITION
Fit Ilia Cnac Unnctlr.
"When father was sick about six years
go he read an advertisement, of Cham
berlaln'a Tablets In the papers that fit
his case exactly." writes Miss Margaret
Campbell of Fort Smith, Aik. "He pur
chased a box ot them and he haa not
been alck since. My sister had stomach
trouble and was also benefited by them."
For sate by all dealers. Advertisement.
At the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers ot the Knights of Columbus club held
Wednesday night at Us home, 3025 Dodge
street, It was determined to. build an ad
dition to tho present quarters.
Plans are now under consideration, and
It Is the horm of the building committee
to start excavation within sixty day.
The structure Is to be built onto the
south end of the club and la to combine
a nata'tortum and auditorium", a complete
gymnasium and a'n assembly room for
meetings. It Is to' be two stories high wlt'i
The officers and directors are: C J.
Smj'th, president; T. P. Itcdmond, vice
president: AYVH. Baumer, secretary; J.
II. Schmidt, treasurer; Leo A. Hoffmann,
E. W. Slmcral and T. J. McBhane, direc
tor. They will meet weekly to discuss
nd push the construction, and expect to
have the building completed by the mid
dle of summer,
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BUTlIS CJnmnfltitrvra mnet Via nmotonra All rlrawinrr must
be on the face put out of The Bee. Competitors may submit
more than one drawing if they desire. Contest closes Wednes
day night, rb. 5, 1913. Addrew, Contest Editor, Omaha 8m.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Robert Howlttt. formerly manager ot
the United Cereal company In Omaha, Is
now In charge of the samn company's
business In Boston'.
V. It. Tlrandt. a former Omaha printer.
Is now located at Bismarck, N. D., where
he Is running a newspaper and success
fully playing, politics.
nharlen II. Tuttle. who used to be
active In law and politics In Omaha.
moved to Brooklyn, Is. i. .
Phlllp"M. Rose, once connected with
tho Burltnglon here, la In business in
The career of , Mel Uhl os a Napoleon
of Omaha newspaperdom, haa been trans
ferred to Los Angeles.
Bamuel F. Miller, until recentfy In
charge of traffic for the Northwestern at
the'iOmaha headquarters, han been moved
up to the head of the department at Chi
William It. Mghton, court reporter.
novelist and reformer when he lived. In
Omaha Is down In Kansas as a promoter
for lumber land deals.
Hugh, F. Mcintosh, once member of our
school board, has become a farmer, lo
cated near Arlington.
Items for this heaalar art lavitsd,
lit Will Pay Youl
To Make a Special Trip to Omaha to Attend
GREAT SALE OF THE
of F. H. Orcutt & Son Co.
(Ont-Third off the Entire Stock if $310,000 Was Our Share)
Rugs, Lace Curtains
All the Rugs From the Orcutt Stock on
Sale Beginning Monday, Feb. 3
Here are Some of the Big Bargain Lots in This Sale
$30 AXMINSTER AND WILTON VELVET RUGS, 9x12 SIZE, FOR ?15.9S
HIGHEST GRADE 9x12 SEAMLESS WILTON RUGS, WORTH UP TO
$50, AT $29.98
AXMINSTER RUGS, UP TO 9x12 SIZE AND WORTH UP TO $25, AT. .$12.98
BRUSSELS RUGS, UP TO 9x12 SIZE AND WORTH AS HIGH AS $15, AT $ 7.9S
ROOM SIZE BRUSSELS RUGS FOR BED ROOMS AND SMALL ROOMS
$8.50 VALUES, AT $ 4.98
27-INOH AND 36-nTOH AXMINSTER, VELVET AND WILTON RUGS,
GOAT , $1.59 AND $2.59
EXTRA LARGE SIZE BRUSSELS, WILTON, VELVET AND AXMINSTER
RUGS, SIZES 10-6x12, 11-3x12, 10-6x13-6, 11-3x15 AND 12x15, AT VERY LOW
Many Parcels Have
' Insurance Stamps
Up to Wednesday evening, two days
before the clone of tho first month's
ptrcel pot liustnoss, SS3 parcels havo b:en
sent out of the Omaha postofflce Insured.
Parcels may 'bo insured on payment of
10 cents. Only parcels of value are In
sured. PoRtmajUcr Wharton estimates
on tho basis ot the RS3 parcel, that the
first month will show 1.000 parcels Insured
in Omaha. Th'.d will mean 1109 In rev
enues from Insurance alone.
At the same time It Is considered note
worthy that out of this number Insurod
In Omaha not a sluglo complaint lura us
yet been received on lost or destroyed
parcels. Bo that none of the Insurance
lma been collected.
Wednesday was the biggest day, out
side of Mondays, for Incoming parcels 'n
the Omaha postofflce since tho Inaugura
tion of tho parcel post. Monday U
always excepted, as on Jtonday the
amount of parcels received represents the
accumulation of two days.
Governor Morchead has given out the
names of tho Omuha men who will bi
permitted to wear colonel's uniforms dur
ing his term of office. They are:
1 bbbIUHb.- -jbIbbbbbbbH
Will II. Wood.
It. a. Moorliead,
h j. McShane. sr.; a. D. Fetterman,
T. J. O'Brien,
p. a. Heafoy.
Ij. P. Utterback,
C. P.. i.lver,
T. C. Byrne.
Dr. C. C. Allison,
J. A. C. Kennedy.
Ixuls J. Plattl.
Sophus P. Neblc,
P. E. Fanning,
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The perfectly balanced food Wheat, Oats, Rice and Barley
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