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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1913)
Tuesday, November 18, 1913.
Senior Class Officers at High. School of Commerce
HE alumnae of the Convent of tho Sacred Heart, who liavo been ae
tire in raising a large fund to assist In rebuilding the convent, j
which was badly damaged by the tornado, celebrated their succors ,
by glvng a musicalo and tea at their annual meeting Monday after
soon at the convent.
Mr. Max Landow gave a benefit recital last spring which netted a large,
sum for the restoration fund, and Monday afternoon Mrs. Landow was the
special guest at tho musicalo and tea. A largo' number of friends assisted
the alumnae, and they were also special guoats at the entertainment Monday.
A delightful program was given by Miss Mary Munchhoff, soprano, ac
companied by Mrs. L. F. Crofoot. '
At the business meeting preceding the tea the following officers wcro
elected: Mrs. L. F. Crofoot, president; Miss Stella Hamilton, vice presi
dent; Miss Nannctto Murphy, secretary; Miss Blanche Klnsler, treasurer,
and Mrs. Arthur Kccllno, recorder.
Xancheon for Mrs. Lobingier.
The Omaha Woman' club entertained
at luncheon today at the New Hamilton
cafe In honor ot Mr. C. 8. Loblngler,
president of the Manila Woman's club
and formerly ot Omaha. Mr. C. W.
Hayes, president of the Omaha Woman's
club, presided at the head of the Ions
table at which the guests were .seated.
The table decorations wero pink and cov
ers were laid for ' -
C. a Loblnifler,
W. P. Harford.
C. W. Hayes,
B. M. Blfert, '
I M. lord.
J. O. Yelser.
T. TU Haller.
N. ir. Nelson. .
J. X Adams,
A. O. Anderson,
A. X. Ferguson,
J. T. Lee.,
C. If. Marteyi
C. B. Cooh,.
A. D. nradley,
D, W. Jewell..
C. II. Chlsami 1
U. 8. Brookfleld,
T. U Grluor, ,
R. N. LJndsey,
Samuel Ileea. Jr.;
J. W. Bedford,
P. 8. MclJifferty,
Isaac Douglas. .
Mrs. William 8ldney entertained Bun
day for Mrs. Carrie Brooks Harris of
Sioux Falls, 8. D.( who is tho house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Parmee. The
decorations were pink. A musical pro
gram was given by Miss Flossie Baisley,
MIm Emma Klsstliur, Mr. James-Norton,
Mr. U. Xelser, Mr. C. Kenny and Mr.
Or? lieum Parties.
Several small Orpheum parties were
Siven Monday evening. Together were:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Wharton.
Mr. and Mrs. Mother Colpetzer.
In another party were Miss Clalro.
Helena Woodard, Mr and Mrs. Charles
. Beaton and Mr. Will Bchnorr.
Thirty Crelghton medical students will
attend tho Orphoum Wednesday evening.
Wedneadsiy afternoon Miss Moorhead will
have five guests at the matineo. Thurs
day evening W, J, Hayes will have a box
party for eight guests.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt celebrated
their twenty-fifth or stiver wedding an
niversary Saturday evening at their
hnie, 4M0 Bmmet street. Tho house was
decorated In whlta and sllvor. The
flowers used were roses and whlto
chrysanthemums. Those Invited were:
Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt.
Mr, and Mrs. Gua I.lndee.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee- Winkler.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Borchman.
Mr. and, Mrs. Warren Wengert.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kuehfe.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kin tier.
ot Harlan, la.,
Twenty-first and J streets, South Omaha,
In honor of her birthday. The evening
was spent In games and music, prises be-
llisr won by Miss I.'ynn. Mr. John Kram-
frer and'Mr. William Lynn. Those pres.
Alta l.j'nn, Adeline Itubln, .
Olive I.yttn, Irene Itubln,
Ifasel IlUbln, Majorle Pmith,
Mildred ' Katie Uiebbe.
JIallowltz, , Sclma Luebbe.
Will Lynn, Harry Carter,
Will Wehner. Arthur Luebbe.
John Krammer. Joe Randolph.
tA surprise party was given In honor ot
fitgene ifensman's. Jr., Twelfth birth
day'1 by a number of his West Lawn
tchopl -mates Saturday afternoon. Those
I.yalu Borchn Jin.
Crystal Wealing Party.
A 'number ot friends and neighbors
fathered at the homo ot Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph R. Gilliam, 4S37 Ersklne street,
last Blht, to celebrate their crystal wed
ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gilliam
jreeeivsd many handsome gifts of cut
clois. The svenliwc was spent with cards
I and bu1o followed by supper; Mrs. C.
JfV. Walker and Mrs. J. n. Gilliam sang
several pleasing duets. Tho following
Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Baumgardner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hoyden.
Mr. aad Mrs. Joe Dickey.
Mr. and Mrs. Rimer K. Gtlliam.
Mr, and Mrs. Sam K. Greenleof.
Mr. and Mrs. William Greenleaf.
Mr. sad Mrs. Bert Golden.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartry.
Mr, and Mrs. Gerge Hoffman.
Mr. ond,Mrs Charles Malr.
Mi sjwt Mrs. Jamea Short.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sandqulst
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Trott.
Mr. aad Mrs. C. Wagner.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Wells.
Mr. and, Mrs, Joseph R. Gilliam.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kdwards.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Oossllne.
Helen K. Gilliam.
Mary J. Malr.
Balaga of Iecatur, III
Harold T. G. Wells.
Raymond M. Wells.
Prairie Park Club.
The fifth annual banquet of the Prairie
Park association Will be given at tho club
house Wtdensday evening, November 19,
to the members and Invited guests. This
promises to bo the best entertainment
ever given by tho asaoclatlon. One hun
dred reservations have already been made
f6r the banquet, and ten speakers aro on
tho program, which wilt consist of
speaking, muslo and an Impromptu affair
arranged by the ladles, tho nature ot
which Is kept a secret.
Hanecom Park Melhodlst Episcopal
Men's brotherhood held Its annual ban
quet last night at the church parlors
hd In place of having ohly men present,
as has been their custom, tho members
invited their wives and friends. Plates
were laid for 115 and after the spread a
program followed In which addresses and
musical numbers were Interspersed. Dr,
W. V. Collfoa acted as toastmaster and
those who responded Were John Dale.
Mrs. Clark Shelly, new Hyslop, Mr. Burt
Wilcox. Mr. B. M. Renofds, Mrs. Florence
Peterson, Mr. Carnol, Dr. Jennie Callfas,
aiessrs. High, Watson, Dolt. Pond, Dr. D,
A. Foote and Prof. Krats.
miss uora uaarmann entertained at
her home Saturday evening. Several
piano and vocal selections were given.
oi.u mo prises lor tne contests were
awarded to Misses B. Andersen. V. Van
Noy, Mr. W. Hchroeder.'and It. Marshall.
The following were present.
Botllli Andersen, Xatherine KnrlghL
Vivian Van Noy,
ine I'ntrlclon club will 81"e a card
party, and social at fit. Patrick's hn.
Fourteenth and Castellar streets) at l:K
cciocx. The members are)
John jif"6hanahan, loXiiiihT
Aniii.tioimann. jayw uoiuns.
Kueben Yneum. flAaiwii Knn
John Rush, Harry Colli ni.
Cfuap Fire Supper.
A party of young people enjoyed a
CSmp fire supper and marshmallow toast
on the river bank north ot Florence Sat
urday afternoon. Those In the party wero:
I G. Kchornmer,
, Charles Hansen,
j Pleasures Past. '
, A pleasant surprise was given Miss
Alta Lynn Friday evening at her hdme.
The Changing M
Girls and bovs from is. to 10 veara
f age undergo physical changes
waich tax tlieir strength to the utmost
aa the strain is always apparent from
ole clteekj. colccleis lies, and tired'
MU Mmetisiet eruptions of the skin
tk utter Jack of the ambition and
aaisssUsa wHk which their yousger
years were auea.
Budilsr Into womanhood snd msa
M4,w4tk the duties of school or business.
asssssas coaceatrated nourishment
wWch U readily comvertible into red blood
ssraswdes. terry and ttrenrth and the
Tscy best thisd; tor this changing sgr is
tkt sssjwcsl KUtnsscBt tn bcott's usaul
ss H fjssscsses the rare blood-makin
issatrtks ef cod liver oil in a predi
Ci4 form ; hypohotphites for the
rre system, wub tne sesung-, soots
lsjr sjnsMwcs of pure glycerine.
Its swHisljisit iorce promotes as! mil
IsM. rMdt direct returns in abuadaat.
v4 Mood, alls heUow cheeks, toaes tkc
soss, ssokes all good food do good
m sws K la a Mtwal easy pMSBer,
Yhe sstsiaisT aoHrishssest la Scott1
ml sis a is so kelptul to this ckanglsg
: that K should sever he acglcctcd
WBmrtr (SSnsT SSSSSSSslgaV SSSSSslP f3S gagagagagagagaHKalg8g 1
At Once! Clogged Nostrils Open,
Head Colds and Catarrh Vanish
Breathe Freely! Clears Stuffed
up, Inflamed Nose and Head
and Stops Catarrhal Dis
charge. Cures Dull Headache.
Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
Get a small bottle anyway, Just to try
It Apply a little In the nostrils and In
stantly your clogged nose and stopped
up air passages of the head will open:
you will breathe freely: dullness and
headache disappear. By momlngt the
catarrh, cold-tn-head or catarrhal sore
throat will be gone.
End such misery nowl Get the small
bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any
drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm
dissolves by the heat ot the nostrils;
penetrates and heals the Inflamed, swol
len membrane which lines the nose, hrai
and throat: clears the air passages; stops
nasty discharges and a feeling ot cleans
ing, soothing relief cdmes immediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils
closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh
or a cold, with Its running nose, foul
mucous dropping Into the throat, ani
-. t I v.. va
Put your faith Just once In "Ely's
Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh
will, surely disappear. Advertisement
Left to right: Albert Dowlln, reporter; Elmer Edmon, President; Carl Evans, Sergeant-at-arms; Helen Horton, Vice
President; Ruby Davidson, Secretary and Treasurer.
NEWSIES WIN THIRD ROUND
Commission Gives Them Right to
. Sell in Buildings.
OVER NEWSDEALERS' PROTEST
Ordinance- Ileqnlrlnir Notice of MoV
Insr In I'nf Over for Week
Dick Ontttc Will Unle
Over the third protest of lawyers repro
Renting the Omaha Newsdealers' asso
ciation the city commission placed an or
dinance plvlng newsboys the right to sell
their wares in buildings as well as on
streets on Its third rending and passed
It with a vote of 6 to 2.
Joo II. Hummel and C. II. Wlthnell
oted against tho ordinance. Tho city
council listened to tlye lawyers represent
ing the nowsdealors' association, but did
not discuss tho measure.
An ordinance was passed some time ago
giving tho newsboys tho right to the curb,
The .ordinance giving them authority to
enter buildings unless forbidden by tho
superintendent or someone with authority
was referred until this meeting.
City Council Notes.
The Central labor Union sent a protest
rgainst tno proposed "moving ordinance,
under Which thu movers were to notify
the police of changes of locations. The
ordinance was introduced by Mavor Dnhl-
man by. request.and at his suggestion .was
postponed until novemuer z.
City Attorney John Ai Rino ruled that V
8. Carver, who nsks for damaees for in
juries received at the hands of policemen
who arrested him, was without remedy at
law, tne city not being liable where n
policeman Inflicts injury or damage In
tno uiacnarge or his duty.
The city purchasing agent, Dick Grotto,
was Instructed to bale 125 tons of hav in
Kim wood and Fontcnello parks and turn
tne same over to the nre department.
One thousand maplo trees will be pur
chased by the park commissioner to be
transplanted this season in tho several
An ordinance provdlng for the pension
ing of library employes under the pro
visions of the state law was passed.
Buy a Hastings Table
for Your Dining Room
Why not have. a table with a handy removable top?
The Hastings table has it and many more exceptional
features not found in any other table such as Tyden
Leaf Lock, Tyden Baso Lock, nut and bolt construction
and steel bearing slides. The table illustrated above
has 44-lnch top, extends G feet, is made of eolld oak in
either golden or fumed finish. Specially priced S17.50
Hastings tables can bo bought as high as $125.
Beaton CL Laier Co.
415-417 South 16th Street
PAYMENTS IF YOU WISH
Persistent Advertising is the Rood
dtlbert Krackett. '
By LA IlAOONTEUSE.
A subtle touch frequently makes n
gown look much mora decolleto than It
really Is, but with tha shoulders seen
through a transparency of chiffon, ii
model like that Illustrated by this pic
ture always looks charming and youth
ful. This theater gown Is .developed In
emerald green veloutlne. A side part ot
the bodice Is a slmplo white net, cover
ing his shoulder and edged with three
pleated ruffles of the same material. The
light side is a single thickness ot white
chiffon, richly embroidered with strass.
A small bow of emerald velvet fastens
this part on the left side.
The skirt of emerald charmeuse Is silt
on tha side up to the knee, veiled by a
first tunlo ot pleated net, sashed with a
beaded emerald ribbon, fastening on the
A second tunlo ot emerald silk muslin,
embroidered with strass, over a band ot
darker silk muslin finishes this original
Dr. C. K. Patton,
lirtkiay Aaaiverssry Sinner.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ensor entertained
at dinner at their home Monday evening
In honor of the twenty.flrst birthday an
niversary of their son, Roland. Covers
were laid for:
RbSpr MoArtev. Clarence Mearny,
Kred Cocklns, Tom Ensor,
rrta wocKins, Dr. Miller,'
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Ensor.
Luncheon at Commercial Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent enter.
talned at luncheon today at the Com
mercial club. Cover were laid for:
Max Hostetlrr, Johnson.
Hheiton. r.eb.1 DenUon. Ia.;
Edward Phalen. Leo Phalen,
Maty U. Newton.
Mr, ana Mrs. c. Vincent.
Dr. Ernest Kelly, who was at Nicholas
fienn hospital for several weeks following
an operation, has now recovered.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Carl Edelsteln of New Tork haa
arrived to visit her brother, Mr. 8. Heyn
and Mrs. Heyn. ilt Bouth Twenty-eight
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharp have re
turned from their wedding trip and have
taieen apartments at the Woodland.
Judge and Mrs. Cornish and children of
Lincoln, who spent the week-end as the
guests of Mrs. J. M. Metcalf. have re
Mrs. 'William P. Nesbitt and three chli
dren of Fort Crook will leava Thursday
xor aaiveston. Tex., where Captain Nes
bltt bos secured a house for tha winter.
There is Comfort in
knowing that you can obtain ono tried and proved remedy
thoroughly well adapted to your needs. Every woman
who is troubled with headache, backache, languor,
extreme nervousness and depression of spirits ought to try
(Tk LarsMt Sal of Any MHdn La lit World)
and learn what a difference they will make. By
women have learned, happily, that Beccham'a Fills are reliable and
The Unfailing Home Remedy
SM arMywbar. !ahXM, 10c, 25c.
The directlms with arery mi ara vary Ytluibl pedHy to wonts.
Special Sale and Free Demonstration
The Wonder of fht Age
The Great Howard Heater
We invite the attention of all Omaha
to see this wonderful heater. Special ex
pert factory representative wilL explain in
detail the many points of superiority this heater pos
sesses. Service satisfaction guaranteed. Free during
this demonstration, an extra fancy best grade stove
board, a coal bucket, shovel and enough of our best grade
extra heavy polished pipe to set it up, which saves about
$3.00 on every heater.
A party of four young people warned 1
from Illalr, a distance ot twenty-five 1
miles, In five and a half hours Sunday.
In the party were Miss Adelyn Wyckoff,
Mlsa Edith Frederlckson. Mr. Albon Kel
strom and Mr. Lebard Wyckoff.
The wedding of Lieutenant J. H. Mun-
caster of the Fourth Infantry, now sta
tioned at Oalveston, and Miss Evelyn (
McClure of Oklahoma City took placo
last Wednesday. Lieutenant Alexander.
Wilson served as best man. Miss Mc
Clure spent the summer in Oalveston.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Muncaster have gone
to New York on a wedding trip, after
which they will return to Galveston-
to Return Thefts
After seven hours of Incessant prayer
on the part of Rev. Charles W. Savldge
and the committee that has taken
"Fainting Bertha" In charge, she con
fessed late Monday evening as to the
whereabouts ot several packages ot stolen
goods. Together with Mr. Savidge, va.
rioua shops in Omaha and Council Bluffs
were visited, where she had left bundles,
and the articles will be returned to their
rightful owners. '
All of the things taken were gathered
by the unfortunate woman since her re
leasa from the state reformatory.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kldpay
trouble down you, when you can quickly
down them with Electric Bitters. Kte. For
sal by your druggist Advertisement
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 8 A. M.. the
Thanksgiving Sale of Linens
No Unnecessary Verbiage But an Abstract and Big
Chronicle of Prices That Were and Prices Which Will Be
FIRST SMALL LOTS PURE LINEN TABLE COVERS
7 only 8x10 cloths, wero $8.50, Wednesday 5.50 each
3 only 8x4 cloths, were $7.50, "Wednesday S4.75 each
17 only 66x85 cloths, were $2.75, Wednesday $1.98 each
6 only 9x4 cloths, were $5.50, Wednesday $3.75 each
10 only. 8x12 cloths, wero $6.50, Wednesday $4.50 each
11 only 66x88 German Breakfast, $2.75, Wed'day $2.39
4 only 66x88 Gorman Breakfast, $2.50, Wed'day $1.98
Silver bleached damask, was $1.00, Wednesday. .. ."790
Silver bleached damask, was $1.25, Wednesday. . . ,98c
Napkins 5x8 size, that is 221x22L2f to match above
formerly $3.50, riow , $2.98
Union bleached damask, was 75c, now yard. . 49c
All linen bleached damask, was 90c, now yard 69c
All linen bleached damask, was $1.25, now yard. . . .98c
Napkins that match, formerly $4, Wed'day, doz., $3.25
$3.75 Napkins, for $2.98 $1.75 hemstitched lunch nap
kins, $1.39, instead of $1.75 45x45-inch Lunch cloths
for $1.49, instead of $2.00.
At $1.98 nn 8x4 Cloth which should be $2.50.
At $2.49 an 8x10 Cloth which should bo $3.25.
At $2.98 2212x2212 Napkins which should bo $3.50.
At $3.98 24x24 Napkins which should bo $4.50.
8x4 Cloths, at $2.69 instead of $3.50; 8x10 at $3.39 in
stead of i.50; 8x12 at $3.08 instead of $5.25; Napkins,
at $2.98 instead of $3.50.
A I.arg Variety of Clany Centers Not marked at a fool price
originally and then cut In two, bqt marked at our usual and mod
erate profit, from which you will note a substantial reduction for
UO-Ipch Center 79i Instead of $1,00; 98 Instead of $1.26;
81.40 Instead ot $1.75.
24-iBCh Centers $1,20 instead of $1.50; 81.40 instead of
$1.75; S1.60 instead of $2.0Q.
88-inch. CeBterjA S3.98 instead of $4.50,
4 Much Centers $5.30 instead of $6.50.
Ileal Madeira 34-inch, at 81.40 Instead of $1.75; at 83.60
instead of $4.50; at 87.50 Instead ot $8.50; 27-lnch, at $4.08
Instead ot $6.00; at $5.08 instead ot $7.50; at 87.20 instead
of $8.50; 46-Inch, at $14.75 instead of $17.50; 54-lnch, at
837.50 instead of $45.00 and so on up to tho very fine and
large sizes, which will all be reduced proportionately.
TWO DAYS ONLY OP TUB ROOM-MAKINGI SALE, In Basement
S2.08 fr Beacon Blankets instead of $4.50, and 83.08 or
Wool Mixed instead ot $4.50.
Samples, slightly soiled, $2.08 instead of $4.50.
Kotton Komforter, at $1.20 instead of $1.50.
ON SATURDAY THE OPENING DISPLAY OP NEW CHINA FROM
OVER THE SEAS
Rigger, Better, More Beautiful Display Than Ever Before.
CLOAKING PRICES KNOOICED BICY-HIGII
Anticipating tariff reductions, effective Jan. 1, 1914, we smash to
smithereens former prices on heavy cloaklngs 1.08 fr cloak
Ings which sold up to $3.50; $2.30 for cloaklngs which sold
up to $5.50.
The wide Serges, measuring full 54 inches aro nearly gone, enough. -however
for -Wednesday 08J instead of $1.60; S1.07 'in
stead at $1.75; 81.18 instead of $2.00.
Best grade French ChallTes, for one day, 30i worth, 75c You
will readily Bee the difference.
COMPLETE DISPLAY OP HOLIDAY CARDS, CALENDARS,
STATIONERY, BOOKLETS, ETC.
Wb call special attention to a quaint and beautiful Dutch Cal
endar boxed ready for malllng a little the daintiest and cutest of
any calendar which we have yet seen. 2,000. to sell at 155 to
early comers, instead of 25c. Volland Publications practlqally
their entire line of good things. Choice novelties from the Poh!sbnv
Art Galleries. You should see these early and buy now later you
won't be able to get them for love or money.
THOSE TEACHER WARRANTS "
We promised to say something more on the subject, but have
been forgetting it from time to time or the space at our disposal
would not admit of it. We do not believo that there Is any dispo
sition on the part of the newspapers of Omaha to do us an injustice
and perhaps it we were as ready to ask for free advertising as
some of the people of this community, full Justice would have been
done us before now. We are obliged to the publishers for putting us
into the also ran class--even though they were somewhat tardy ia
doing it Let it be borne In mind that Kllpatrick's years ago cashed
the Omaha teachers warrants at par when no other store in
Omaha would do so. This was prompted entirely by our Mr. Kll
patrick's. kindly feeling towards the teachers. Let it also be borne
in mind that weeks before, mention was made as an important
news item, that certain stores would cash the warrants. We ad-1
vertlged in the same papers that we would cash these warrants at
par. Keep the records straight, gentlemen, and bring your news
departments into closer relation with your advertising departments
Or better still, cut out your free advertising let everyone pay for
what they get that was supposed to be the intent of the Federal
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