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THE BEK: OMAIIA, FRIDAY, JAN TAR Y 30, 15)14.
Thursday, January 29, 1914.
SOCIAL functions of the last week have been especially of one charac
ter, In honor of out-of-town guests. Luncheons, dinner parties,
dances, kenslngtons and theater parties, almost all have been to
honor the visitors. They havo come from near and far, and socloty
has voted them most charming visitors.
Among theso have been Miss Hanscom and iMlss France of Now York
City, who visited Mrs. John L. Kennedy; Miss Ellen Fltz Pendleton ot
Wellosley, Mass., who was the guest of the Welleslcy alumnae; Miss Juliet
Howard of Lebanon, Ky who Is visiting Mrs. Deforest Richards-,' Miss
Charlotte Thurmond of Texas, who Is at the homo of Miss Margaret Druco.
Miss Heth Valll of Houghton, Mich., the guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
Martha Hcth; Miss Helen Harden of Washington, D. C, who Is the housq
guest of Miss Luclle Bacon at present; Sirs. William Fitzgerald of Troy,
N. Y who Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Myrno, and Mrs, Leo
Huff's guests from Grand Island, who arc Mesdames Max Eggo, J. C. Gcr
spacher and I. W. Bock.
Graduating Olati Holds Banquet.
A banquet was held by the mid-term
graduating class ot the Omaha High
school at the Hamilton cafe last night.
Miss Jersie M. Towne and Miss Mary Sul
livan of the faculty wero present, In
addition to the students, and gave talks,
as did Rev. F. D. Tyner, who delivered
the baccalaureate sermon to the class
last Sunday. William II. ' Thompson,
president of the class, acted as toast
master, and received responses from
Grace Jones, Porter Quinby- and Louise
Tlaube. Leo Oardiner nna Ireno Clay
baugh rendered musical numbers.
In Honor of Visiting Guest.
Mils Caroline Congdon entertained at
bridge this afternoon In honor ot Mrs.
William Fitzgerald of Troy, N. Y. Those
William Fits- , Arthur Kogers,
ircrald, Walter McCormlek,
Wilson Austin. Ralph 'Peters.
Joseph Byrne, Oconto -Kedtck,
Misses . - Misses
Ulliabeth Pickens", Carolina Ilaikalow,
Gladys retcrs, Elizabeth Congdon.
Receive at Art Exhibit,
The reception committee for tho art
exhibit at tho public library today Is In
charge of Miss Lids; .Wilson, Those who
assisted In the morning wero Mesdames
K. Q. Mcailton and 'A. J. Love; Irl the
afternoon, Mesdames Joseph Lohmer nnd
J.uther Kountxe. ThU pvenlns Mesdames
John McDonald and F. V. Klrkendal will
Tho advlxory board of the Woman's
Golf club of Omaha were entertained at
luncheqn today at the. Commercial club
by Mrs. F. J. Dcspecher, president of the
club. Flans for the beginning of Mo colt
season wero discussed. . - . k
H. H, 0. DftBoisgOParty. ' .
The M. N. O. club . entertained at a
dancing party Tuesday ' evening at tho
Hotel Home. Thoso. present were:
Ie!la Maler, M. McCaron.
Veronica Sexton, Rose Oltman,
Metta Miner. i.mio uonur,
Chicken Pie Dinner.
The women of the First Presbyterian
church will nerve a chicken Pie dinner at
the church, on Seventeenth and Dodge
streets, from 11:80 to 1:30 O'clock Friday
nooni This Is tho first of series of
weekly lunches the women havo planned
for the rest of tho winter. Mrs, Hoy C.
Wagner will have charge of the lnnch
Friday. - ' '
Thimble Club Mects; -h ' f, t
'Members ot the Thlmhleclub Wcp en
tertained Tuesday afternoon qt the home
of airs. Oeorgo Kdgcrly. The guests were;
Mrs. A. W. Stuart, Mrs. James Morton,'
Mrs. Dcnlson Kdgcrly, Mrs. lIUstc,d and
Mrs. Taylor. Tho members present were;
Mosdiimes Mesdames '
Frank Carpenter. J. If. Dumont
In Honor of Visitors.
Mrs. Harry B. Chapman entertained at
bridge this afternoon In honor of her
sister. Mrs. B. W. Shyrock of St Paul.
Minn.; Mrs. Frank Cummins ot I'latu-
mouth. Nob., and Mesdames Max Hfi?c.
J. W, Cock, J. C. Oerapaeher of Urniul
Island, guests of Mrs. Lee Huff.
The Original Hope olub gave an Or
phcum matinee party Wednesday. Tftioio
Kthel Tlcrney. Kthel Mollcr,
llelei Anderson, Helen Horonson, "
Henrietta West, Hazel Anderson,
Alma Sorcnscn, Armlnt Anstaeh.
Musical Department Meets.
Tho musical department of the Omaha
Woman's club met this afternoon. An
enjoyable program was arranged by Mrs.
8. Alden Collins and Mrs. deorge J.
Henderson. Those participating were
Misses Helen Bennett. Clara Stcfkln.
Madgo Wost, Avllda Moore, Gertrude
Wcelh, Hazel Silver. Hlolite West, Helen
Taylor and .Mesdames Walter Silver and
W. H. Mnghnm.
Entcrtnins at Home
Mrs. Eva Hcathcrlngton entertained at
her home Tuesday evening. Tho evening
was spent In dancing and music. The
guests were: '
T. C. Vnn Hume,
L. I). Carrier,
K. M. Suiiaertand,
J, O. Phllllppj,
W. O. Templytoti, -J.
B. iisiiey. $ .
A. L. Patrick,'
H. O. Strvfxht.
F. K. White, .
A. J: Buchanan,
lloyol Miller, 1
. Misses .
Kdltp Jones; '
Cordelia Boone. '
Ilirhards, . . .
- Maude I.auderbach,
Ladies' Auxiliary Meets.'
The Ladles' auxiliary . to McKlnlcy
lodgs of tho B'nnl B'rlth met last oven
I tig. Following the business meeting, ft,
very enjoyobio program was rcnacrca.
Prof. Nathan Bernstein tipoko on tlm
"Chord of Hvinnatliv:" Miss Isnbcl Rud
man gave a violin solo, accompanied by
Miss Nora Prcd; Mr. Will Castlcman, a
reading from "Tho Thief," and vnudcvlllo
diversions' by Mr. Abncr Kulmnn, ac
companied by Miss Sadie Holland.
J; F. W. Sews for City Mission
The J. F. W. club met today with Mrs.
Thurnm Hills. Current topics and musi
cal numbers wero given, and tho after
noon was spent In sewing for tho City
Mission. Tho mcmbcrB of the club nro; .
N. H. Heller,
I',. W, (ill.;,.,
M, W. Alexander,
A. 8. Billings.
C. J. Hubbard,
D. II. Weir.
SAPHO, linUG, SIX REELS. 5c and lOo.
A. C, Olsen.
K. It. Crampton,
E. M. Jensen,
George B. Morse,
W. J. Moran.
H. S. Newman,
J. It. Jensen,
f. D. Becords,
J. K. McGovern,
R. A. lltspatrlck,
Joa Crow I.
C. n. Connolly.
O. J. Martin,
A. V. i.UtX.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelley,
Mr. and Mrs. Irfmergan,
Mr. and Mrs. Betts,
Mr and Mrs. E. J. Burke.
Luncheon for Guest,
Mrs. Harry S. Smith entertained at a
prettily appointed luncheon at htr home
Wednesday In honor of Mrs. Brown of
Hannibal, Mo., who Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. W. C Shrlver. A triangular
mound of pink sweet peas with pink
shaded candles formed the centerpiece.
Places wero laid for:
Brown. F. I,. Klsher,
W. V. Shrlver, It. Mahoney.
n. V. Cole. irenholt.
C. E. Siefkln.
E. E. Webster.
P. II. HnlKht,
H, It. Baltzer,
E. A. Westerning,
J. U Ward,
C. E. Stlffler,
W. E. Dougherty,
C. F. Tangeman.
C. O. Eddy.
K. W. Marr.
It. H. Dudley,
it. U Merrltt.
J. B. Burger.
G. H. Miller.
A. D. Frederick,
H. H. Hoffman.
V. E. Coulter.
A, O, Peterson,
V. It. Rush.
m . if
Mrs. William 8. Hampton announces i
the engagement of her daughter, MUs .
Maris, to Mr. Harry 8. DUbrow. j
Dancing Parties Tonight. '
Th Knights and Ladles ot Security will
give a masquerade ball at the Swedish
auditorium at Seventeenth and Chicago
streets this evening.
Tht La Salle Dancing club .will enter
tain at Chambers' academy this evening.
Mr Max Landow will give his farewell
tecital at the First Baptist church this
Sox Party for Guest,
Mrs. W. M. .Jjpunce entertslned at a
box psrty Monday evening at the
Orpheum In honor of her guest, Mrs. fu
K. Brysou. of Fullerton. Neb.
Dinner Party for Guest,
Mr. and Mrs. John II Brain entertained
at a dinner In honor of Mrs. A. B. Bry
soa Covers Wf re laid for six.
.Mr. Robert Ouutt entertained tha
Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae association
it her home Wednesday afternoon.
Jack Frost Set
The youngster will not have to be
coaxed to wear this setr it is so.pretty and
comrortable and does not have to be taken
care of." It is easily made and not at all
expensive. Many women are already
working on these sets for Christmas gifts.
x ou would be, too, if you knew how pleas
ant the work is. Try it. Send the coupon
below today for free directions. The
yarn used is Fleisher's Germantown
Zephyr, 8-fold, with trimming" of the new
Fleisher' Silkflake Wool, two of the
the yarns that have been famous for three generations,
Detter today tlian ever made of the finest, warmest
wools soft, elastic, wear-resisting. You will be en
thusiastic over their beauty, Whatever kind of yarn you
neecj, ahvays- insist on Fleisher's see that the trademark
is on every skein.
(4- and S-ftS)
SnMrtor Xr Wo
Clip Ceapoo a nia Uaa
C MaU tkts Caupon te S. I. & I. W. FLEISHER, Philadelphia 77
Att Dertartraent Meets. ' '
Tno art department or tne umaiia
Woman's club met this morning. Tho i
leader. Mi's. A. L. t'ernald, read a paper
on Francois Boucher, and Mrs. A. B.
Soirterri. assistant teacher, a paper, on
Jean RaptlBte Orcuze.
Tho Dcnson . Foreign Missionary society
entertained at a Valentino party at the
homo of Mrs. Charles Ilattke Wednesday
aftcVnoon. ' Tho decorations wore cut
flowers and appropriate Valentino sug
gestions. Games were played and a
dainty two-coUrse luncheon was served.
Dinner Precedes Tango.
Prior to the meeting of the Tango club
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. V. A, Nash,
Mr. C W. Hull will entertain twelve
guests nt dinner nt the Omaha rlub In
honor of Miss Horn.
Amotion Bridge Party,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur rtnto will enter
tain nt auction bridge at their homo this
evening, when sixteen guests will play.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Word has been received hero thnt Judgo
.and Mrs. ,W. A. Redlck nnd Mrs. Warren
Rogers and Miss Mildred Rogers had ar
rived safely at Madeira and later left for
Mrs. William Cowln nnd children will
Itiuvo this evening for Tort Riley to Join
Captain Cowln, who has been thero for
.tho last two weeks getting their quarters
ready for them. Captain and Mrs. Cowln j
came from rorto Rico to spend tho holi
days with General and Mrs. John C.
Cowln, en route to their now station.
The wise man of business, no
matter how vast his enter
prise and responsibilities, leaves the management of his home to
his real "General Manager" the wife who knows the daily needs
of the family and who plans for the conservation of their health
and strength. The housewife who knows
has already solved the servant problem and the problem of the
high cost of living. With Shredded Wheat Biscuit in the house
it is so easy to prepare in a few moments a deliciously nourishing
and wholesome meal in combination with baked apples, sliced
bananas or canned or preserved fruits. It means sound bones,
healthy tissue and clear brain for growing youngsters as well as
strength and endurance for grown-ups.
Always heat the Biscuit in oven to restore crispness. Two Shredded
Wheat Biscuits with hot milk or cream will supply all the energy
needed for a half day's work. Deliciously nourishing when eaten in
combination with baked apples, stewed prunes, sliced bananas or
canned or preserved fruits. Try toasted Triscuit, the Shredded Wheat
wafer, for lrncheon with butter, cheese or marmalade.
Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
$6,000 Cash and Premiums
FOR MANUFACTURER'S LABELS AND M. & HI. VOTING COUPONS
The Omaha Bee M. & M. Voting Contest
Save f tie ,alels! Demand t lie Coupons!
M. & M. Voting Coupons, Issued by tho merchants whose names appear In this .list, are good for votes In Tho Omaha's Bee's M. & M.
$6,000 Voting Contest. Tho dealers here named aro authorized by The Bee to Issue theso coupons on everything sold In their stores at
tho rate ot ONE VOTE ffar each cent cash purchase at the counter. Ask for your M. & M. voting coupons Insist on tho coupons when
you sottle your account. Bring tho coupons to Tho Bee Contest Department at least, once a week and get for them a voting ballot. Tho
Hat of merchants, lino and location of business follow. ASK YOU It DEALEH FOR, DUB DILLS.
Tho T. CI, Northwall Co., 812 Jonai
Arthur Store Auto Supply Co., 2020
Myers Bakery, 2202 Farnam.
The C. "W. Hull Co.
Pastime l'lcasuro and Dancing
Club. Douclas Auditorium.
Every Thursday evening;
Alamlto Sanitary Dairy, 1812 Far
Balrd rharmacy, 17th & Douglas.
Goldman Pharmacy, 2UU & Lea
venworth. Ehlers Pharmacy, 28th & Leaven
Farnam H1U Pharmacy, 2524 Far
nam. Reeves Druir Co., 88Ui Ave, &
J. II. Schmidt. 24th & Cumins.
Seller Druir Co.. 213 N. 25th.
Schaeter's Cut Price Drug Store.
324 N. lflth.
Adams-llalsht Drue Co., 24th &
Adams-IIalght Drug: Co.. 24th &
Dundea Pharmacy, 60th & Under
U. Kulakofaky, 2404-B Ames.
Flodman Bros., 40th & Cuming.
F A Flail. 2025 Sherman Ave.
I3 R. Pankratz & Son. 3908 N. 24th
j, Uerkowlts, 1503 N. 24th.
Elmer Anderson, 3024 Leaven
worth. J. Adelson. 2735 Davenport
John Wlsler, 48th & Leavenworth.
Stelu Bros.. 4002 Hamilton.
Louis Rommer, 49th & DodR.
Chns. F. Shaw Co., 1331 Park Ave.
P. Sherman. 3501 N. 30th.
Oeo. Ross, 24th & Maple.
Hosenblum Bros.. 103-5 N. 40th.
H Ilacliman. 2803 Sherman Aye.
Beed Bros.. 2223 Leavenworth.
The McCoy Grocery Co., 2221 Mili
C F. Kelly. 6720 N. 24th.
Tom Johnson. 20th & Lnke.
Hfbb &. Shafer. 24th and Wirt.
Ham Flnkensteln. 2002-4-6 N. 26th.
Tubman Bros.. 18th & Chicago
Turhman Bros. 24th & California
Tuchman Bros.. 26th A Davenport.
Louis Zlev. 3226 California
Burnett Hardware Co., 1612 Har
ney. Aaron's aift Shon. lflth & Farnam.
Nonpareil Laundry Co.. 170S
Vinton. Twenty votes for each
MEATS AHD PROVISIONS.
Fred Bonness Provision Co., 2221
Fred Bonness Provision Co., 60S
Orkln Bros.. 16th & Harney.
Bchmoller & Mueller. 1311-13 Far
The llwyn Studio I6th & Howard.
Townsend Gun Co.. 1514 Farnam.
SHOES, rURNISXINOa Aim
We Vasak. 1254 S. 13th.
MacCarthy-Wllson TullorlnB Co.,
304-G H. 16th St.
BAILORS, CLEANERS. DYERS.
Dresher Bros.. 2211-13 Farnam St.
The Pastime Theater. 24th &
Suburban Theater, 4418 N. 24th.
Tho Ocm. 1268 S. 13th.
Apollo Theater. 29th & Leaven
worth. Cluno's Theater, 2555 Farnam.
Lyrlo Theater, 17th nnd Vinton.
Star Theater. 1814 N. 24th 8L
The five-cent theaiera will give
60 votes on each admission.
A. Blake. Homo Bakery, 432 N.
CX.EANERS AND DYERS.
The C W. Hull Co.
Forrest & Meany Drug Co., 401 N.
DRY OOODS, BOOTS. SHOES
AND FURNISHING- OOODS.
Vacok Dept. Store. 312 N. 24th.
riVE. TEN AND TWENTY-FIVE
Magic rity 6, 10 and 25-cent Store.
395 N. 24th.
QROCERIEB. MEATS AND PRO
VISIONS. United Provision Stores. 318 N.
0. K. Hardware Co.. 415 N. 24th.
Jacobson & Kuren 2404 N,
Miss IC A. Ryan. 519 N. 24th. 10
votes for each 1 cent for next 30
days only. Cash purchase.
MOVINQ PICTURE THEATER.
Nonpareil Laundry Co.
GOODS AND HATS,
Joe Smith & Co.
10 votes for each one cent.
Cash purchase. 30 days only.
Council Bluffs Coal & Ice Co,
West End Pharmacy, 32d and
DRUGS. PAINTS, GLASS.
Geo. S. Davis, 200 Broadway.
John McSorley. 805 Main St.
1), W. Whitehead. 2015 Bth Ave.
GROCERIES AND MEATS.
1. A. Qlllnsky. 3141 Broadway.
Julius Kcppner. 1102 6th Ave.
Star Grocery. 2227 W. Broadway.
C. H. IVuber. 112 E. Broadway.
0. C. Sorcnsen. 628 I6th Ave.
GROCERIES, MEATS AND FEED
Rlche & Seeley. 1601 West Broad
way. OROOEBXBS. MEAT. DRY
GOODS AND NOTIONS.
1. M. Nelson. 603-605 N. ISth St
P. C. De Vol Hardware Co., 601
Eagle Laundry, 718 W. Broadway.
Save laundry slips. 20 votes for
each one cent
The Cyclery, 317 Broadway.
Geo. Gerner. 411 W. Broadway
PICTURES AND ART GOODS.
II Borwlck. 209 B. Main.
FAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
IL Borwlck. 209 S. Main.
Tho Nicholas, 547 Broadway.
Elite No. 1. 541 Broadway,
Elite No. 2. 645 Broadway.
C A. Riley. 317 Broadway.
VEHICLES, WAGONS, IMPLE
MENTS. Marvin C. Van Derveer, 12-21
Laustrup Piano Co.. 340 W. Broad-
Friedman Bros.. 9 S. Main.
Hamilton Shoe Store. 412 Broad
way. 10 votes for each one cent.
Cash purchase. 30 days only.
Mlnno-Lusa Lumber Co.
SHOES, FURNISHING AND
Larson & Effenbergen
AUTOMOBILE AND FARM
John C. Webber
J, W, Halton. 1
Vinton & Workman.
F. O. Whipple.
Red Cross Drug Co.
CLOTHING, SHOES, FURNISH
INGS. Hamilton & Matthews.
J. B. Johnson.
o , THEATERS.
C, S. Newmeyer. '
G. E. Cleveland.
Harry A. Martin. .
LUMBER, COAL AND FARM
J. Shumway & Son.
D. Maloney & Son.
Farnham & Son.
Th- Bee Hive.
FLOUR, FEED AND COAL.
J. C Long.
J Mueller's Grocery.
The Arndt Hurdware Co.
CLOTHING AND SHOES
Wick the Clothier.
W. W. Roberts Pharmacy
Larson's Cash Grocerv
C. W. Foro.
8, P. Person.
CLOTHING AND GENTS'
Kavlch & Wllshbo.
N. M Hansen.
BAKERY, CANDY. CIGARS AND
Swanbom & Hult.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING.
T. St Martin & Co.
Anderson & Thorsen.
LUMBER. COAL AND BUILDING
D. B. Phelps. Lumher & Conl Co.
MEATS AND PROVISIONS
J F. Gross.
MOVINQ PICTURE THEATER.
Do you know that the big M. & M. Contest Is now fairly started?
No better time to nominate yourself or friend than now. Send in
the blank today. Room 224, Dee Uldg., Phone 3110 Douglas.
(Woman or Child)
Good for 3,000 Free Votes. WOOD & COLDREN", Contest Mgrs.
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