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THE BEE: OMAHA, THONlUY, DECEMBER XI, 1913.
iiridcft umner Mondav Kvemner.
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Unum will en
tertaln at a beautifully nptolntcd brldjw
"'Inner nt their home this evening. A
Fmall Christmas tw trill form the cen
terpiece for the table and four small
attended the law irhool of the Oeorso
corners. Between the baskets will bo
red candles. Those present will be:
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wattles.
Mr and Mrs. John A. McShane.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Ilaum of Philadelphia-
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Itrady.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 II. Daw.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Ilniitn.
Mrs K. P. Klrkendnll.
Miss Marpurct Oreer llauin.
Dinner Preceding Dance.
Mr- and Mrs. V. T. Burns will enter
tain at dinner this evening at their apart
ments at the Clarlnda. After dinner they
will Attend the Junior club dancing party,
Those present will bet
Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ixmis C. Nnrli.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Magf o
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burns.
Junior Club Party.
Tli Omaha Junior club will give large
dancing party nt the Hotel Borne this
evening, Tho ball room will be decorated
with Christmas greens and supper will
bo nerved In the dining room nt small
tables with ChrUtinas decorations. Tho
young married set will bo the special
quests of the twenty bachelors compos
ing the Junior club and about 124 are ex
pected to be present
Mr. Carol Bolden, son of Mr. s.r.d Mm
(.'. C. Deleters, loft Saturday evening for
Madlcon, Wis., where his wedding to
Miss Fannie Brown will take place next
Saturday evening at the home of the
Quito a number of guest's from Oman
will attend tho wedding. Mr. Beed I'd
rrs will be best man, -and others attend
ing will be Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Belden
and Mr. and Mrs. Al Oordon,
Mr. Belden and his bride will return
home New Year's day and will be with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beiden this winter.
At the Country Club.
The first of tho large parties for the
young peoplo home from school will be
fftven by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas
Kountze at the Omaha Country club this
evening for their son, Mr. Denman
Kountze. The club - rooms will be
Ocorated with Christmas greens and
holly and mistletoe. Thoso present
Do Wolf Barton.
William II. Harrison.
Tlurdcttn Klrkendall, Bobert Burkley,
The marrlago of Miss L-ucetta Patter
son, daughter of Mrs. Virginia A. letter
son of Omaha, and Mr. Harry Cummins,
son vf Dr. Uenshall Cummins of Seward,
Neb., took place Saturday at high noon
at the home of the brlde'a uncle, Mr.
John Crawford Pattcrsun, 8U Bant Forty-
seventh street, Chicago, 111. The cere
mony was performed by Dr. Herman
Page of Chicago and witnessed only by
relatives. Tho bride wore white char
meuso satin and carried a bouquet of
orchids and lilies of the valley. After a
tiouthcrn trip Mr. and Mrs. Cummins will
be at home at Seward, Neb.
Return for Holidays.
Mies Nellie Elgutter will return home
Wednesday from Smith college to spend
Miss I mm Gross, who attends the Vnt
verslty of Chicago, will return home
Mr- and Mrs. Frank Walters have re
turned from Florida. Kn route home they
wero met by their aon, "Waltman,
student at Dartmouth, who accompanied
them to Omaha, where he will remain
during the holiday vacation.
Miss Bertha Anderson entertained In
formally Sunday evening In honor of Miss
Huth Mars and Mr. Raymond Counsman
Men's Nettleton $6 Shoes at $4.45 Pair
NETTIjETON J6.00 shoes in complete rango of sizes and
widths In every wanted leather and In all tho season's
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most mvoreu Biyics jr iruij uu uuiii mju im
portant to miss. Vour correct style and your favor
portant to miss. Your correct sizes and your favor-
ienieiou auuo in mis siuru iur
MX IT'S 84.00 SHOES. 83.98.
Splendid shoeH from one of tho best makers. Kvc"ry
1 nlr guaranteed to lvo Hausraetory wear.
All leathers: six of the season- best
MyleH. all sizes and widths. Tuesday,.,.
HIS'B ai.BO HLITFLKH. ii.ao.
Made of soft kldskln. All styles, flexible
Foles, black and tan, special t I O C
for Mondays selling. ,
xrs'S auroras, oao,
Soft leathers, Flexible, soles, best QQn
I the season's
styles; special for Monday..
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
TILL 10:00 O'CLOCK
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Men's HATS at jj Price
SOFT AND BTtrr LATEST MODELS.
NHA11LY 2.500 of this season's imts are InvolMd lit tills grcnt
sale. Nothing marked up. Come pick what you will and pay
lust one-half the original marked price. Derby huts, soft hats.
in every siapie aim nit me niuai imuicu
$3 Hats, now $1.50
$4 Hats, now $2.0Q
$5 Hats, now $2.50
Going Out t Clothing Business Sale
Is the Wonder of the Whole Clothing Trade
Day In and Day Out ttie Selling Grows Greater
ORKIN BROTHERS' great undertaking of a quick, sweeping disposal of a $75,000.00 stock of clothing is
nothing short of a marvelous success it was a foregone success from the very start.
With the inception of this sale the magnitude of the undertaking was thoroughly understood, and a stag
gering sacrifice was cheerfully accepted in the mark-down prices. We have been long enough in business to
have learned the lesson that: "The first loss is the best." Now, get the full significance of this clothing event.
Here Are Thousands of Suits and Overcoats
MOSTLY ATTERBURY SYSTEM and MICHAEL, STERN MAKES
IVIen's$125.50 I Men's$17.50
of strictly nil wool fabrics
in pleasing patterns and cor
rect stylo. Carefully tailor
ed, built to give long service.
Even at this price, all sizes
of novelty cassimore, serges
and wqrsteds and plain and
fancy fabrics and overcoat
ings. Elegantly tailored.
that are distinctly fashion
ed and tailored to please the
exacting ideas of particular
men. Your choice of this
great lot for
Strictly hand-tailored. Some
made of imported fabrics in
the most fashionable pat
terns. Suits and Overcoats.
WINTER SUITS AIMO OVERCOATS
Only the Best Makes. Best Styles and Best Fabrics, Four Great Lots:
$3.50 up to $8.SO Kinds 31.95, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95
Viens Furnlstilng Bargains for Tuesday Tttat
imnnrnt nart In thl nalo. To mako tho mon'B sale even moro irresisuuie, mo nouaay snopporu one-rourtn
larger portion of our stock of Furntahlnga ore Included. Hero you will find assortments complete,
carefully solcctod by tho kind of good tasto you will appreciate. And back of these prices that will savo
Men's $3 Union Suits tor
10 one-nau, you win una cooa service, salesmen wno will he aulck to
know your wants, salesmen who will "get" your Idea In a jiffy. Here's an Idea of some of the re
markable values. These prices hold good until closing time Christmas eve:
Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Shirts, 79c
Men's $1 Tie & Kerchief comb., 69c
Men's $1 Sox & Tie comb., 69c
Men's 50c Boxed Neckwear, 39c
Men's $1 Union Suits for 59c
Men's 35cWoolSox,perpr. 17c
Men's 13 Coat Sweaters, 89c
Men's $6 Bath Robes ior $3.98
Men's $4.50 Coat Sweaters,
Men's $8 Smoking Jackets, $4 j?
Men's 50c Mufflers for 39c
Men's $4.50 Fur Caps for $2.98
Men's 89c Overalls for 68c
Boys' 59c Overalls for 38c
Men's 75c Suspenders for 50c
-Orkin Bros. 16th and Harney Sts. ;
;Orkin Bros. 16th a,nd Harney.-
kuncheon was served at the homo of tha
hostess In Klorcnco nd the evening was
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tatlo and daughte
Oortrude left Saturday evening to spend
a month In Excelsior Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Uaynos and their
daughter, Janet Oarbara, of Flats. Neb.,
will spend the Christmas holidays visit
Inir Mrs. Haynea' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. n. Dake, 2S17 North Twenty-fourth
Utreet Thoy formerly lived In Omaha,
but now make their homo at Flats, whero
Mr. Ilaynrs Is postmaster and has a
ranch and a store.
Mr. and Mrs. nernurtl Kennedy of
Greeley, Neb., are guests of Dr. and Mr.
J. S. Ixmey until after the holidays.
Mrs. S. M. Johnston and Mr. T. M.
Hardy of Elpaso. 111., arrived Monday to
bo guests of Mrs. Nancy Moore and Misses
M. and A. Wallace tilt after tho holidays,
and a family reunion Is planned for
Msa Carolyn Thomson, prima donna of
the "Adela" company, Is a Minneapolis
society gtrf and as the company does not
play that city, going direct from here
to the coast, a large party of society
peoplo are coming down here to see her,
among whom are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Shcpardson, U V. Thayer, Miss Thorn
eon's uncle, and her sitter. Miss Flor
ence Thomson of Minneapolis: Miss I.u
cretla Waltor and Sirs. Uoblnson of Hloujc
Falls, y. D.J Mr. and Mrs. Charles llrad
ley of Itock Itaplds, Ia and Thomas
Dunn and Miss Dunn, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Babcock, Mrs. Friend and Miss
Whitted of eloux City and several other
i In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. James Woodard of Ilounaup, Moni..
arrived this morning to spend the holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James I. Woodard.
Mrs. Robert Lee Hamilton and children
of Lincoln have arrived to spend a few
days with her father. Mr. r. E. Her.
Mrs. Charles A. Hull leaves Tuesday
for Lincoln to visit relatives over Christ
man. Dr. Hull will leave "Wednesday
afternoon for Lincoln and then Plan to
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Diets will leave
Wednesday to spend Christmas In Un
coln. Mrs. W. F. 'Wyman has gone to Cali
fornia for" the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Wood of
New York are visiting Mr. Wood's slstor.
Mrs. F. B. Doollttlo and Mr. DoollUe
during the holidays.
CHRISTMAS AID FOR NEEDY
Money is Still Coming Ino The Bee
Office for the Poor.
MISS PORTER WILL DISTRIBUTE
Mnny Worth? Cnara of Destitution
Listed I.n.t Week In The Dec
Open Their I-iirsr.
88 - NOTE SfrSfg
73927 Humoreske Devorak ........ BOo 300
8C29 Flower tiong Lange f 1.00 boo
776SS Mocking Bird 91.00 eoo
1133 Traumerle Schumann BOo aoe
SL01 Anvil Chorus Verdi.. 70o 45o
7676 Silver Threads Among the Gold .,COa 30o
SC04 Sextet from Lucia 91.00 900
xjltx rorrt&LM sevruo.
S0373 You Made Me Lore You. 76c 4 So
80313 Trail of Lonesome I'ine 7Bo 45
S03T5 Entertainer! Rag 7 So 45c
80374 Bobbin' Un and Down T5o 4So
80013 Winning Fight Two-Step 91.00 eoo
68829 Whistler and His Dog 7Bo 45o
You can confident!) order any one or all of these with our ussur
nc that they will please. If not, you may exchange or return any uu-
'''nrderlng by mall give name and number and add Sc for postage for
Tickets for the Big
Charity Ball Are
in Great Demand
Almost ICO people are now selling ,
tickets to the charity ball to be held nt ,
the Auditorium New Year's night for the ;
benefit ot tho City Mission. One well j
known, society woman has already sold
seventy-five tickets and many others
have aold their first bunch of ten or
twenty and have asked the committee for
Tickets are on sale at Edholm'a and
Beaton's storea In the downtown district
and at Chambers' dancing academy. The
latter place has started to sell them In
response to demands by Its patrons.
A meeting of the general committee and
the chairmen ot the subcommittee In
charge of the ball will be held Friday
noon at the University club, when prog
teas In the sale of tickets will be reported
A total of 1C0 has already been con
tributed to the Associated Charities by
persons whi learned of tho need of
money for practical) giving, as de
scribed in Tho Beo last week. Two checks
for 313, two for 310 and two for 35 were
mailed to Tho Bee office or to Miss
Mabel Porter, the Assocluted Charities
secretary, who is delighted with the pos
sibilities of doing good which tho remit
"This . Ill help you In your laudable
work to raise a Christmas fund for needy
ones,"' one man wrote with his check.
Rent, food, clothing, coal and other
necessities will be provided as far as tho
funds extend, for tho poor families whoso
cases have been investigated and found
especially worthy. Tho cases described
In Tho Beo offer on opportunity for
kindly disposed persons to extend prac
tical aid In permanent form, as well ea
happiness for Christmas day to tho un
fortunates whom circumstances have
forced to accept charity.
LOWE AVENUE CHURCH TO
HAVE TWO CELEBRATIONS
Lowe Avenuo Presbyterian church. For
tieth and Nicholas, will have a double
Christmas celebration at 2 today for the
Infant and primary departments of the
Sabbath school and 8 o'clock for the larger
children and adults. The former exercises
with a tree will bo held In the church
parlors on tho ground floor, the other In
tho church auditorium upstairs. The
doors of tho church for the evening
services will not bo opened until 7:43,
tho exercises beginning promptly at 8.
By dividing the program It is Intended
to avoid congestion In attonOance In the
Desperate Shoo tin
pains In the chest require quick treat
ment, Take Dr. King's New Discovery
for safe and sure relief. 60c, 31.00. For
salo by your druggist. Advertisement.
OMAHA PERU CLUB TO HAVE
The Omaha Peru club gives an Informal
Christmas tree party for the members
at the rooms of the Theosophlcal society
at Twentieth and Farnam on Saturday
evening, December 27. There wilt be a
Christmas tree program and Santa Claus.
Ilraton A Laler Co. Open l.'ntll
10 P. M.
To correct typographical error In Kun-1
day's advertisement regarding closing !
hours Beaton & lrr company wish to
state to the public that tha store will be
open Monday and Tuesday evenings until
10 p. m.; Wednesday the store will close
at 7 p. m. to give th employes a chance
to spend rhrlstuitt Eve with their families.
Women often remark that it Is hard to buy a gift for a
man. But If they only knew the pleasure and comfort that a
man gets out of a pair of easy slippers they would not hesitate
a minute. We bavo a larger variety of Christmas Slippers for
men, women and children for you to choose from than have
ever been shown in Omaha before. See our carriage boots for
women; they aro Ideal for motoring. Buy a merchandise certi
ficate parcel post paid on mall orders.
$1 to S5
Drexel Shoe Co.
Christmas Shopping Easy at
The REXALL DRUG STORES
Factory Sealed Pack
ages, from 5c to $6
300 Brands by the Box
at Low Prices
Fine Box Paper d4r:
About 1,000 Items
from the Leading
Makers of the World
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Four Stores in Prominent Locations
ROOMS The Beat Variety. The Bee classified pages
carry advertisements of the best rooms and apartmentsfor
rent in the city. Phono your ad to Tyler 1000.
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