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THE BEE: OMAHA, 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1913.
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Society
By MELLIFIOIA.
Tuesday, November 25, 1913.
ORDINARILY ve are siren the Impression that men are really not at
all Interested In tho new stylos for men and are apt to wear what
ever their tailor and haberdasher chooses to hand them, everything
fining 1ff n tils rinrltlnn. nnrl Ihnf lha nrnll rirnsanrt mnn hnjr n eood
tailor and the others are less fortunate. But I heard. of an incident yester
day that proved these Ideas are not always right, and some men are observ
ing when It comes to novelties. A friend of mine was walking down Far
nam Btrcet ho had Just returned from New York and was wearing a new
"Budd" necktie, with tie pin tho samo shade. But his crowning Joy was a
two-shaded velour hat, tan above tho rim and brown, below tho rim. A
stranger accosted him and say. "Pleaso cstcuse me." but did you buy your
hat In Omaha, and is that hat reverslblo?"
Musical Events Tuesday.
several box partita are planned for the
rratlnee concert Tuesday at the lirandel..
which la one of the series under the
direction of Mis Hopper.
Much Interest Is being shown In the
musical to be given this evening at the
horrm of Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson and Miss
Kathcrlriti McCormlck. The .program Is
In charge of Mrs. I F. Crofoot
Dinner Party.
Mrs. N, II. Itelnhardt gave a dinner
Saturday evening In honor of her daugh
ter, Georgia. Covers were laid for;
I came traffic manager for Harden Bros.
! . 1 . 1. 1 - ....... .... . -m .nt
Ui nil? i.u1 . biiiuiiiiii DCiSil jen-.o
until two years ago, when he went to the
Great Western and was given the South
Omaha agency.
Wealthy, Wrinkle-Free
Skin Easy to Have
Misses
Mildred Medley,
tlaltle Harrier.
Minnie Iendroth,
Freda Holsteln,
Porn Sherman,
Allda IJIander,
Itena Bwanson,
Clara McDermott,
Misses
Marie Field,
Mary Chapek,
Rose Houska,
Merril Hooper,
Amanda Nelion.
Augueta Nelron.
nna Rupert.
Qeorgla ftelnhardt
University of Omaha.
Students of the University of Omaha
were entertained Saturday evening at the
home of Miss Lewis. The evening was
spent In games of various kinds and
music. About forty students wers pres
ent: Those present were
Mines
Kthel RMhfccv.
Minnie Johnston.
May Leach
JJffl Clrlland,
Gladys Talmndge,
Delia Nelsen.
little T7nderhlil.
Oene Derger,
Dorothy McMurray, Rente Hoar,
amei Ntnen. niary iwi-,
Mildred Jones, Margurtte Iewls.
Messrs.- Messrs.
Ftniey Jenkins. Htanlsy High,
Paul SMby. '. ' .Ioph ltgter.
Elmer Rhoden, James TVesterflcld.
John Selby, Aaflrew Dow,
Arthur Frederlckson.aeorsa Parish,
Misses
Helen Tinker.
Kllzabelh Berryman,
Mae Carney,
Paulina Westerfleld,
Mildred Foster,
Fern Gilbert.
Jaura Crabtree.
Marion Pearsall,
Floy Yargls,
lirthday Celebration.
Miss Cess Horsens entertained a num
ber of her friends at a party Saturday
evrnlng In celebration of her nineteenth
birthday. The evening was spent In
music and games. Those present were:
Misses-
Arthur Newrrurn.
Oldham .Paisley,
Harold Hanker,
file mi Reeve.
Dick Richards,
Oeorre Mclafferty,
Ylpjor Jorirenseri,
Alfred Adamt,
Kdnin liens.
Roy Greellnr.
Tom Ifelsen,
John Moore,
lirew Arends,
K. 0. 1. Club.
The IC. C n, club met at the home of
Win Csrrle Hanien Tuesday evening and
two new members wers elected. The,
members present were Misses Elisabeth
HlMlnger, Graci Kaiser. Blanche Kaiser,
Mary Sechmelate r, Agnes Ellis, Maa Ellis,
Ketl Kslser, Rse RecHmetster, Carrie
Hansen, Catherine' Kaiser.
wattika Club.
Mrs. C. F. Weber was hostess of tha
Kwsstlka club Monday nttemoon. Prises
ware won by the hostess, Mrs. J. F
"Welch and Mrs. C. llannum. The cluli
will meet Dcccftilief 11 with Mrs. J. t
Wetch.
Misses
Iva Blgley,
Dagmar Poulsen.
Nora Kelly,
Jennie Htslop,
Bess Russell,
Helen FJck.
Messrs
Raymond Dock.
Walter Bpeltman,
Kd ward Kelly,
Paul F'Vln, .
Jesse y!ei ,
Paul BohHti,
lilmer Kun,
Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Margaret DeVlne,
Berneodette Coffey,
Margaret Whitfield,
Bees Horsens.
Martha Horsens,
Ma. Horsens.
Messrs
John Haxen,
Harry Thompson,
Alonso Ring,
John Carew,
Morgan McQulston,
Hdward Murphy,
lioy iiorsens.
KIlRor. j
Blackmore.
Horsens.
For the Future.
Mrs.' Louise BtrnusiT and Mrs. Jay B.
Kats. havrt Issued Invitations for a. bridge
party p be given at ' tho home of Mrs.'
Kats on Saturday, December ' 6. ' The
honor guests. will , be a nurrther'of De
cember brides and Miss Rose Wblfner of
Feb'H. -1". ; , '
The nurses of JVls'a, Memorial hospital
will entertain at a Ttianksglvlng party
on Thursday - night at the nurses' new
home. '
At the Country Club. '.
Mr.' and Mrs.- John M. Daugherty will
gave a dancing psrty December 80, at the
Country club' In honor' or Ml is Katherlne
Baum,. 'avJio. is .expected, to spend her
holiday vacation In Omaha.
Entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Nash entertained
informally nt dinner at their home last
evening In honor of Rev. Russell Wilbur,
who has Just returned from Rome and
wh6 leaves shortly for Bt. Louis.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus of Holdrege will
spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.
N. P. Updike,
Mrs. J. O. Phllllppl spent the week-end
with Mrs. C. B. Tates In Lincoln.
Mrs. Wilson Low returned home Sunday
from an extended visit with relatives In
Boston.
Mrs. Sidney Smith leaves Tuesday for
Lexington, Ky., to maka an extcnted
visit with relatives.
. Miss Gladycn Withers was the guest
of Miss Faye Mchtenstelger of Lincoln.
She returned home Monday.
Mrs. pr.Dfelfuss of New York City ar
rived Sunday to spend several weeks as
tha guest of her son. Mr. Julius Drel
fuss. Mrs. Carrie Brocks Harris of Slou
Falls. S. D., who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. AUan Parmer for several
weeks, has gone for a short vlstt In Des
Moines. la., before returning to her
home.
Miss KHzabcth Congdon has. returned
from Chicago, where she has been visit
ing Mlsa Ulien Barker for the last few
weeks.
Miss Clara Bull of Pasadena, Cal., who
has been the guest for the last hitoiith of
Miss Carolina Congdon, 'Will laavs this
aVcnlpg for New York City to remain
there, for-twoor three weeks. Miss Bull
will .atop hare for a few days enroute
'home.
JFrom Tho Woman Beautiful.)
A dull, drab, muddy complexion, or an
over-red, blotchy, pimply or feckled skin,
can by a quite simple, harmless and In
expensive method. be changed to one of
flower-like radiance and purity. One
ounce of common mercollsed wax, sold
by druggists Kne rally, will remove the
most unsightly complexion in from one
to two weeks, By Its remarkable ab
sorptive power, the withered, faded or
discolored layer of thin, fllm-skln which
hides the healthier skin underneath, Is
gradually flecked off In tiny, almost In
visible partlc'es. This Is done so gently
there Is no Inconvenience, arid no trace
Is left on the skin except, that of en
hanced beauty. The wax Is smeared on
like cold cream before retiring and re
moved In the morning with warm water
If the skin be wrinkled or saggy, a
face bath made by dissolving' 1 on. of
powdered saxollte In ,4 Dt. witch hazel
will be round most effective. Combining
both astringent and tonic properties, this
tightens the skin and braces up Jts aup-
I'umiiK muscies. rtavcriiscmeni.
T.W.ALLEN GOES TO BEATRICE
AS CLUB COMMISSIONER
Thomas R, Allen, agent for the Great
Western Railroad company at South
Omaha, who has been elected commis
sioner of Beatrice Commercial club, has
accepted, and December 10 will enter upon
the discharge of his duties. His succes
sor at 8outh Omaha has not been named.
Mr. Allen Is married, his family con
slstlng of a wife and two children. Ho
got his early training with tha Alton
road In Illinois, entering tho service when
a boy,, working up to the position of trav
eling freight agent. Subsequently he be-
The Hamilton Cafe's
Spoil Thanksgiving Table
d'IMi liMW
Ftr TkHrssiay, Ntv. 27, '13
at $1.01 a Plate
Oyster Soup
Celery Hearts Wafers
.Mixed Olives
Fried Ctilletn of White Fish
with Julian Potatoes)
Cucumbers with French
Dressing
Finger Rolls
Roast, Stuffed Young Turkey
with Cranberry Sauce, or
Braised Tenderloin of Beef,
Candled Street' Potatoes
'Mashed Potatoes
Fried Kgg Plant Green Peas
Hot Tea Biscuits
Ifcad Lettuce and Tomato
Salad
h'nratoga Wafers
Salted Almonds
Plum Pudding with Hnrd and
Brandy Hanco
Assorted Wafers .Mint Wafers
Frozen Egg Nog
Roquefort or LlederkranK
Chocso and Toasted Crackers
Coffee
Vocal and Instrumental MuNIc
Reservations for tables can bo
tnado by 'phono
. . -II
Most Elaborate Christmas Number
f Ever Published in America
The Century
A Christmas Feast
C'erer Betga, la gtU ai eelera,
By QKOKOI 1NNMS, JR.
Mr. Baabe aad the Meacrable Little Q4.
a atsry br Frances Mttlk.
f ta titfcor t "The Iar tt PtcentlM." tit. Djofclo
' ssf plftipr, fritti in etleri, bj Waits DtCwa.
lllistratlea far "The Saw ef Mapplaets."
7 FRANK VINCKNT DO IO.ll
rrialcS s etUt: Front a palntlsr mad far THK CENTVRT
FrosUpte.
The Carjrcater'B 8a.-
Vr. Bf SARA TRASBAUC.
sHwratiw. catsr, R. Wlr Croseh.
The MeierR Qnest fer KellgleR.
T WINSTON CHtTRCIIILU
With portrilt, i-U(f IM. Author tt
. "Tka UtMa af tM Cus."
Derethy and Mer Sister.
hj WlIJJAlt M. CHASR
(THK OnNTURT'B Arafrlcin Artlat Srlf.)
From tha aalntlof tn tba lAixtaabonrf.
rrtnlrd in IM,
The Mlselas Flay ef tallferBla.
By- HHNRY VAN DYKE,
rtaWpasta ua lor THE CCNTURT, frinlti U IM.
The Creneled Heart.
A Btsry br MARIA THOMI'SON DAVIESS.
By Ska suttor at "Tba UaHlsjc of Mallr." "Tb Tlsier Bsi,"
riMttrta, rr(Hi in IM," br F. R. ervgff.
S ftii FerrmMH
A''Bot7 by BX.WRTHT BAU
- i " My Marry galltRte. .
Bf i RUfABWH K0RACKKN.
sHeanttaa kr W. X. Ba4a, frinlt4 is Hat.
SrTavehrR14eR.
' Yaraa, by &SOMARO BACON.
The Shoes t XaBlBess.
BaUad bf IK) WIN MARKHAU.
9f tba autbsr f Tb Uas with tba Boa," ate.
PtrtefT. U ttott esor, fM for THE
CENTURY br Fraak Vlacast Pu Mond.
Sllenee ant Night
Ytraa, br EON AH PROCTOR CLARKE.
The Ethlsplaa Dip.
A Story br RtXIS PAHKBA HUTLER.
Br tbo anlhor of "Pin li Pin."
rifturta by Rattnald Blrcb.
LrIsr r4 Paris After Hark.
Br W. M. YAN DKR WRYBK.
Pfcatafrasba. rrtnttt la IM,
"Mlai Tersmi Mascle 1r Gelf."
I. Mlad la Salt ....UEKBKRT SIDNEY LA NO FBI J)
If. rim Trala Yur Usaelta RSEN flOWARD GAY
Maste.
A Xsaal (ThUl ttwrtat). ANONYMOUS
Pleturas, sm Hal, br Vftsald Mln-h.
The Weaker YcmcI.
A Starr by XATMARINR FULLRRTON
UEROItLd. Br lha astbar at "Tba Dt
TldaA Kts4ai," He.
TTrlltght Mystery.
Ttraa, by MADISON OAWUN,
Aaedeu aa4 InRdgraBt Bleei. la There a Sbr4 AwerleaR TerelgR Palleyf
Bf rraf. RBWARD ALSWORT1I ROSS. . , Bf W. IIOROAN 8UU8TXR
..A Stodr of tba Social RSrcta at laualtraUaa. B7 tho istaar af "Tba Strasf ilsi of Prrtla."
The Mm f Let Vera rb4 the New Art l the Theater. Yersattllty asi Br. S. Weir Mitchell.
-' Br WALTER 1' RICHARD EATON. Br ROBERT RAVEN RCH AUFFUta.
r Baasohot portrait of Dr. Mltebtll. srtatcd is IM.
Xaaaaie Mereler.
Br J RAN BAPTISTS OUUJB.
Rsfrtrod oa iroot, far THE CRNTUHY, br Ttnothr OaU, ffUtH i Mat,
T. TesrtareRi. (CeaelifrlaR.)
A Vit br rRANCSst HODOSON BURNETT.
V tka.ssbW af "Tail Lata a' Lowrla'a." ate. lUsatraUasa
br Cbarlos 8. Chapaaaa,
COMIC SECTION
Ir tJchter Tela,
W ictrt In IM.
Ho Modars Maa auy Hapo ta Pltaao Wobm (HA SRI SON RHODW. Pletara br MAY W1LSOX'
PRESTON) Tho Drama of to-da (Dravtac b F. R. ORUOKR) .Tboaa Srmphosr Coacort Pro
BTtBM tLAWTON MAOKAU,) Raw York Socfatr Noto (Drawtsg br HKLD Oab auchtst
Tha Ot-Faabl4 Wlfo PoUlleat Dltroaataa (THE SCNIOR WRANOLKRI Tbo Wrtalr Hamr
DrarlM br DSVJIHAKTT) Tba Cnlu FaokUaa la Boak Jachata (OUTER IlRRrORD) la tha
1 Hsraaaho (Dranlsc br OBOROR WOIJrR PLANK).
Out To-day
TIM QCTOWOt CENTURY
aooAalaa tha brlok opaU ekaptars of tho aJ-
sartl "Raaao," oao af tha awot aboocbtaf
sad talfcod of atorloa of tho dart Tboodoro Roaoo
alt's artlclo oa 'Tba rrotraaalra Psrtr." ttc ote.
The N9VEMBER CENTURY
ooatotsa bbo faarisatlac atarj. "Tba Womas From
Toa4ar" J oho Csrbls 00 'Tha Btnatla fer Csl
loaa Doasocracr"t Edsa Kastoa's attkla "Tba
MulUat Woojao asd Wears." which a
aaaa or woaaaa tataraatad Is tba fasilMat meta
aaost thaoM ,SaU to road; sad naor slbor tatar
aaHaj loatsraa.
WHO WROTE "HOME"?
1 Aiirw.
mm
mf 1 his Very Gehereue Offer Wwl
Fraterafly WoMea.
A Utter br SARAH OERTRCDR POUEROY.
The Spirit af the CeaUry.
EDITORIAL
Krwooopcrs asd Masaals! Aa Othora Saa Ua
f"
i Tmhe Aittmntme
THE CENTURY CO.. Union Square, New York
I r- 1 1 1 . -. 1 , sis. C" 1 , 1 . i 1
cncirocu picac iimu ovt.uu. ocuu iiic.uk: uiuuci, iiuvcmucr
and December numbers, of The Century, and enter my subscrip
tion for one year, beginning January Fl FTEEN BEAUTIFUL
NUMBERS ftr At prict tj tr.t ftsri tukttjfitkiu
N&mt.
STORES
OLOSED
ALL DAY
THURSDAY
Thanksgiving
Day.
WATOH
OUR
WINDOWS
For Big Sales
Friday and
Saturday.
Omaha's Best Values in Winter Coats
37tc netefst models fur mtdwinttr are here. No matttr ithal
ttylt of coal you reek, vent can choose from va'tly greater
virietits if you come here to make your nlcction. 'lit tytett
tccre never before so clev.r; the coat tcere never be ore more
practical. Evtryonei up to tfratuteis Mgh standard osiyfe
Women's Winter Coats
Tha variaty of olsaa coats at this prioo is tha woaast
of STsry woman who stss ths assortmoat. Costs that
aava jranaina class ara hers at taia z'
tramely modsrat prlco. Xaay sport
coats and coats Jn tha lessor laarthst
worth up to $18, at
SI2.50
Stunning New Winter Coats
You will find the style coat that suits your fancy In
this group. The stylo and ojUBllty that you cafinot find
elsewhere In coats selling for less than
120 to t22, are shown here at $15. Every
slse, every color and every popular fabric,
SI5.00
Women's High Class Coats
Tha bsw Chinchillas la tha 'most deslraM shades, tha
smart caracals, valours, Arabian cloths, plain a&d bro-
cauoa piusaos, rorsiaas ana birok oroaa
cloths are hers, Tha atuanlntf atria fea
tures that ara found In coats worth np
to $8S,eo ara. la this group at
$17.50
RbRWIBbV .BSsSSSSSSSM
fit M
Women's Plush and Caracul Coats at
ON SPECIAL SALE WEDNESDAY BASEMENT CLOAK DEPT.
Wednesday you may choose from scores and scores of these coats of excellent
quality. They are all good models. The styles are those that are most worn
this season. Some have slight Imperfections, but none that will affect the
wear of the garments. Nothing like it in Omaha for ............. ,,,. .
$10
Any Woman's Hat
in Basement
Milliaery Section
$1
DISCONTINUED NUMBEItS AND
ODD SIZES IN
Nemo 1 La Vida Corsets
All these well known models aro
made of coutil and all well
boned. Regular
$3.00, $3.60, $4
and $5 corsets,
all at one price. .
ana an weu
$2.48
Scores of Wornen's Trimmed and Ready-to-AVcar
Hats,- that sold a little earlier
In tho seasoM at $2.50 to $3.50; velvets
and plushes, trimmed with small ostrich
feathers, fancies, stick-up effects, etc.;
medium and small sized liats;
your unrestricted choice of the
entire basement millinery depart-meatat
$1
Imported Laces & Trimmings
Imported fancy gold, allver and Jeweled
Iridescent nets and chiffons up t6 42
Inches wide black, white and colors-
17, 36 and 42-Inch silk chantllly and
shadow val allomer laces and nets, worth
up to $3 a yard, at, yard 880
Fancy figured beaded nets and chiffons,
shadow val. flouncing, 18-lnch Irides
cent beaded allovers, fancy silk allovera.
black laces, silk chantllly, gulpulre and
crochet bands worth up to $1.50 a yard
at. yard Mo
2,000 yards fancy beaded net and chif
fon allovers. silk and cotton nets. 46 to
72 Inches wide; exquisite shadow laces
worth $1,00, nt, yard 390
1.500 yarda 18 to 27-Inch shadow lace
llounclnga and allovers. Imitation Irish
crochet and cluny bands, etc worth to
75c. at. yard S5o
2,600 yards real cluny bands and edges,
12lnch ahadow flounclnis, worth to 60c,
at, yard '1
Phlllpplpo Hand Embroidered Baby
Yokes worth up to $1,00; at, each..3o
Philippine Hand Embroidered Entire
Waist I'atterns worth to $4, each, 11.80
SPECIAL
Wash Goods Dept.
In Basement
Egyptian 811k Crepe de
Chine for pretty evening
mwns in all the new soft
evening shades white, lav
ender, Nile, salmon, pink,
tlue, yellow, canary, black
Nell rose 36 Inches wide
and worth 60c a 39c
yard, at
Our Linen Department on
the main floor Is ideally
equipped. We ahow the
most attractive Importa-
tlons in table llnena and
fancy linens including
scores of exclusive ideas
that' cannot be found else
where. You will certainly
want to replenish your
stock of llnena Just before
Thanksgiving.
Specials for Thanksgiving
Candy Dept. Pompeian Room
Wednesday la Chocolate Dayl Delicious
Pompeian Chocolate Bitter Sweets with
crushed fruit and riut centers, lb....,35q
DoUcaclas or Tour Thanksrlvins; sinner
Fresh Baited Peanuts, lb. lBo
Fresh Salted Jordan Almonds, lb 80s
Assorted CI lace Fruits and Nuts, lb., aOo
Olaco Maroon, lb ....$1,00
Creamy Wafers mint, winter Krecn,
clove, orange, lemon and chocolate fla
vors, lb, v"i ,.) 250
Roast Turkey Mnrshmallows, I for. .So
Roast Turkey Marshtnallows in fancy
turkey boxes, each, 80 two for,,..'.lBo
Turkey Candy Boxes for favor, each.
at So, lOo and SSo
Foot Ball Candy Boxes, each, 5a and lOo
Largo Turkeys for table. centerpleCes.
each 50c, 91.00 and $1.80
Delicious frozen cranberry Bherbet,
frozen eggnojr and' nesselrode pudding
and Neapolitan ice cream. Orders taken
and delivered to all parta of the city.
FOR THANKSGIVING DAY FOR DRESSY WEAR FOR BUSINESS
BLUE SERGE SUITS
Are the Most Practical Suits a Man Can Buy
There is a vast amount of difference In blue serge suits. Some
times you don't notice it tho first week, but after a few weeks tha
difference la very apparent to everybody.
We know from long experience that the best blue serge suits In
America are Hlrah-Wickwlre and Society brand. We offer scores of the
newest models in each one of these celebrated makes and at prices
that most men expect to pay for their clothes. If you want the best
blue serge cult that tailoring skill can produce, let us show you these.
Society
Brand
Suits
Hirsh
Wickwire Makes
America's Foremost Hand Tailored Clothes for Men
,nu tl,nnlniy Knot wanrlnrf nnrl hp ftr flttinff nVPrCOatfl and flultn
1UQ UC9W milWISHOi sjwuv o " a ' '
bearing the brand of "Hlrsh-Wlckwire" and "Society" are featured
at our complete store for men, at $17.50 to 835.00
IsBBBsVf as' 5
MEN!
N Shoe Memufmcttsrer hma
a monopoly en ALL the N$V
e 5cyJM
A stake that sks ea aduus weal
sastt aaotaer. Boaae sisa like a tear,
flat English last ottasra prefer a
round ts aaa there you ara!
That's why we carry such a varied as
sortment of shoes at various ericas not
all the 8AMB last but all ara the
NEWEST styles moderately priced,
too all tha way from
$3 to $6
SsVs7
Winter Blasts
in Your Store?
Papers Disarranged,
Clerks with Colds,
Patrons Disgusted
and Business Poor?
Use a
Revolving Door,
and Eliminate
This Trouble.
FOn SAIiE CHEAP
A standard pattern, collapsible
Revolting Door solid oak.
heavy plate glass, with solid
brass push and kick plates.
NECESSARY EQUIPMENT
AT A BARGAIN
mm
The Bee Building Co.
Room 103.
16 Si & DOUGLAS.