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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1914.
Tuesday, February 10, 1914.
MAHA entertained a distinguished artist and visitor Monday-
Mme. .Ottlllo Mctzgor who gave one of Miss Hoppcr'ti scries of
it.. . -i i i -
WILL SIZE UPjiOME SHOWS
O'Brien and Weaver to Look Over
Attractions for Ak-Sar-Ben.
MANAGERS MEET AT CHICAGO
Tlioiir Who Hun Cnrnlrnl Companies
to llnve Convention nt Windy
Cllr for Purpose of Sinn
D. J. O'Drlen, member ot the, board of
governors of Ak-Sar-Ben. and Secretary
J. D. Weaver of the name organization
are to start for Chicago Tuesday even-
Mme. Motzger, who belongs to the Grand Opera company of
Hamburg. Germany, recently sang at tho Grand Opera In Paris and wa3j,fnd ft mcttlnf 'ot lho secretaries of
presented with tho decoration, "Officer d'Acaderale," which ranks next toieuto fair, carnivals and annual fcstl
the ''Legion of Honour." Yesterday afternoon Mmo. Metzger wore thlsNaK with regard to selecting tho talent
Lawyers Accused of
Shaking Hands with
Jurors in the Court
T. K Br.-dy, attorney tor Mrs. Nellie
R. Paul, .ho Is suing Arthur Brandets
for I260.WO In Judge Day's district court.
he said half apologetically after he had sas for soldiers, and makln' It a dotcn
explalned his destitution. You see I tlon post for deserters. Thut doesn't
used to be In tho army. That Is why I I sound so bad, and I'm wlllln' to go down
came here. But when the troops were I there as a deserter. It will be sure then
stationed at old Fort Lincoln, about four that I'll get a place to eat and Bleep anl
miles out of Bismarck, N. D., I deserted, keep warm.'
i nav was away back In 1SSS, and I guess
since tts geltln' so hard for a fetter to
get along, I might as well glvo myself
up and take the punishment. It was
readln' In the papers that thuy aro doln'
charged Attorneys V.. J. Conncll anu 'away with the penitentiary down In Kan-
John C. Wharton, wno represent ir. i
The sergeant hesitated before he made
his reply. He mado a pretext of refer
ring to an order, and then clearing his
voice he broke tho news to tho old man
"Tho government doesn't want you,
decoration at the front of her bodice. It Is composed
branches of platinum, set with diamonds and a few rubies, the laurel
branches being about two and a half Inches In length. This decoration
must always bo worn over the lavender ribbon which accompanies It.
Mme. Metzger wore a beautiful concert gown ot king's blue and gold
brocade, tho bodlco and back of tho gown, as well aa the train, being
entirely of gold lace.
Miss Mary Munchhoff, who attended tho Conservatory of Music tt
Berlin with Mmo. Metzger several years ago, spent the ontlro day with her
while here, Mme. Metzger succeeded Mme. Shumann-Hclnk at tho Ham
burg opera, and with her husband has mado partial arrangements to sing
at the Metropolitan next winter.
Brandeld,. with shaking hands with mem-i
bers of tho jury and talking to them, In J
a complaint to .tho court. ,
Postmaster Wharton admitted that hoi
shook hands with-two or three Jurors,.
rvt..n.ll nl.n fwlmlttnri (t. hut they i
j Ing of next week, whero thpy are to at- j )0tn seemed to think tho fact that they
did the handshaking In tho court room'
when the Judge was on the bench cx-
cuscd them. The charges mado some
merriment 'and served to enliven tho
course ot the trial, .but were flnatly al
lowed to drop.
Clarence Kleley, Mrs. Taul's son, was
again cross-exnmlncJ and refused to an
swer n number of questions oh tho ground
that to do so might Incriminate himself.
friend The law Is that no deserter shall
be arrested after two years after his
borlod of enlistment 1ms expired. You
are no longer an offender Jn the eye.
nf h. low anil I'm nfralrl afraid th
we can't do anything for you." 1
The old man's face fell. The steady
eye quavered and ho ' only mumbled to
himself as ho limped out ot the room.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Business Success. ,
The University Club.
Tho University club has Issued cards
announcing the annual Lincoln dinner
party to be held February 12 In celebra
tion of Lincoln's birthday. William A.
Quaylo of Bt Paul, author of "In God's
Out ot Poors" and other famous stories,
will be the speaker for this occasion and
his subjen will be "Abraham Lincoln,
the First American."
Many box parties were given Monday
afternoon at. the Brandels to hear Mme,
Ottltle Metzger. All 6f the boxes were
taken and among those attending were
Mrs. 'Herman Kountfce," Miss Mary
Munshbff, Mrs. V, I Haller, Mrs. Henry
Cox, Mrs, W, J. Connell, Mrs. F. N.
Conner, Mrs. T. U Itlngwalt, Mrs. D. B.
Wclpton, .Mrs. Griffin, Mrs, C. M. Wil
helm, Mrs. cGorgo Turner, Mrs. Oliver
Mr. and Mrs, A. B. McConnell enter
tained at a line party and supper at tho
Ilenshaw for Miss Helen Hayden of
"Washington. D. C, Monday evening. In
the party were! .
Misses Misses '
Helen Hayden, Lucllo. Bacon.
Daphne Peters. Ophelia Hayden.
Roger Keellne, Ware Hall. ,'
Reed Peters, Harry Koch,
Mr, and Mrs. McConnell.
Mrs. B. A. Simon and Mrs. VS. V. Lorlg
entertained the committees of the Ladles'
Relief society charity ball Monday after
noon In lho blue room at the Brandola
Pompelan rooms. Prices for tho card
game were worby Mrs. Charles Gunshlno
and Mrs. 3. JJ. Robinson. Those present
were) ' I
J. H, Harris.
11, II. Chcdeck.
IT. D. Marowllz.
8. Mandelson. Philip Bher.
St, 1. Gondon, 11. Hhnrman,
R. Kulakofsky. A. Weiss.
Mr. Lester Warner will -take place this
nt in lonrol i nl shows for tho coming fall festivities.
Managers oi mo nig carnivni companies
of the country are to be present at tho
meeting and some contracts are likely
to bo signed lie (ore the meeting Is over.
Tho Idea In getting tho secretaries to
gether at such a meeting Is to consider
Jointly tho selection of shows for the
carnivals, bo Unit convenient circuits can
be arranged for tho various shows and
carnival companies. When a carnival
company can be engaged to show at a
large number ot fall festivals not too
far distant, that company can save a
great deal of railroad fare and expenses
In eliminating tho big Jumps. This always
mentin that the carnival companes can be
Luncheon for Visitor.
Mrs. Joseph Barker entertained at
luncheon today at her homo In honor ot
Mrs, John' Patrick of Sheridan, Wyo.,
guest of Mrs. J. J. Brown.
Dancing Party at Dundee.
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Lemere and Mr.
and Mrs, Joseph Polcor entertained at
a dancing - party Monday evening at
Dundee hall. St. Valentine's decorations
were used. From tho center of the hall
was suspended a huge parasbt, from
which fell streamers of red ribbon and
red hearts. Fifty gutots attended.
Creighton Dancing ?ar(y
The Creighton dental department enter
tained at a dancing party at Chambers'
academy Monday evening. About sev
enty-five couples were present.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Mlnette Mltcbeltreo left Sunday
evening for New York City to bo gone
for a month.
Mr, arid Mrs. W, J, Burgess ,havo ar
rived In Los Angeles, where they plan
to spend several weeks.
Mr. and Airs. T. C. Brunncr have re
turned from Kxcelslor Springs, where
they spent several weeks.
Sir. and Mrs. William Tracy Burns
expect to leave Thursday for Plnehurst,
K. C, to Join Mr,- Burns parents, Mr,
and Mrs, Burns, who have gone thoro
from Annapolis. ,
Miss Thurmond of Bonliam, Tex,, who
has been visiting Miss Margaret Bruce
for a few weeks, left this morning for
her home. Miss Thurmond was a class
mate of Miss Bruce at Vaasar.
Uncle Sam Does Not
Want Veteran Who
Gives Himself Up
Wearing nn old ragged, overcoat, a bent
engaged on moro favorable percentages. , figuro carrying near three-score yearn i
Following tho two days' meeting at
Chicago Mr. O'Brien will come back to
Omaha, whlla Mr. Weaver will go on to
Tcrro Haute, Ind., thence to Columbus,
O. Both Terre Hauto and Columbus have
hud 'successful "homecoming" weeks In
the past In connection with their fall fes
tivities and Secretary Weaver will talk
over plans and programs with them with
a view to utmorblng somo new Ideas for
tho "homecoming" week that Is planned
In connection with Ak-Sar-Bcn week for
Stop That Cough
Dr. King's 'Now Discovery will do It.
Get a bottle today a quick, safe, sure
cough and cold remedy. 60o and t. All
J, B. Robinson,
Members of the Tuesday Bridge Lunch
con club will entertain at bridge this
evening at the University club, followed
by supper. Thoso present will be:
Mr. andMrs. Clinton Brome.
Mr, and Mrs. John Morton.
Mr, end Mm. Lloyd Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rlebel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Claasen.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Van Orsdell.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris.
Mr. and Mrs, William Ramsey.
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston.
Mr. und Mrs. Robert Gantt.
Miss Grace Rohrbaugh.
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. liana P. Neble enter
tained Monday evening at a. reception
in celebration of their sliver wedding an
niversary. Tho decorations were red
and white spring flowers and palms and
Their children. Miss Maude Neble, Mr.
Louis H. Neble and Mr. Ove Neble, and
their guest, Miss Marie Chrtstensen of
Valentine, Neb., and Mrs. gophus Neble,
From out-of-town were Dr. and Mrs.
Grothan of St. Paul, Mr. L. II. Ander
son of Minneapolis, Mr. O. Anderson of
Boston, Mr. Enrico Palmetto of Chicago
and Mr. Bruhl ot Chicago
latertain at Cards.
The ladles of the South Side Progres
siva Card club will entertain at their
hall. Fourteenth and Castcllar streets,
Wednesday evening. The hostesses will
be Mcsdamea Harding, H. C. Mitchell,
J. Mcllvaln, W. P. Russell, C. O'Brien
and Miss Blanche Oof fman.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Firmer will En
tertain at a bridge party this evening
at their home. Tho guest list Includes:
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Parmer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. U Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Klllck
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Pegau.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huiste.
Mr, and Mrs. M. F. Funkhouser.
Mr. and Mrs. S.-fl, Rush.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Upham.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kennard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Silver.
Mr. and Mrs, G. M. Durkee.
Mr. mil Mrs. W. J. Pickering.
Mr. anJ Mrs. O. B. Whitney.
Mr. ond Mrs. Harry Weller.
Mr. and Mrs. B. 8. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Talmage.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. McClanahan.
Dr. and Mrs, E. C. Henry.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Pulver.
airs. Luclle Matthews.
Miss LI da Stamm
Miss Katherlne McClanahan.
In Honor of Bride.
Miss Jennie Roberts entertained at an
afternoon party Saturday In honor of
Miss Elizabeth Davidson ot Springfield.
istn., wno will be one of the early spring
brides. The guests were:
Kllxabeth Davidson, Ruth Robinson.
Anna. uranDccjc, .Mildred uteele, "
Leoue Kller. Kmma Roberts,
Mattle V ard. Margaret Roberts,
Frances Underwood, Winifred Roberta,
Nell Letter, Jennie Roberts.
Charles T. Pike, George W. Condon.
XaterUim at Xcatingtoa.
Omaha hive, Ladies of the Modern
Maccabees, will hold a Kensington
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Charles Q. Everson, 671 South
Jeir TeVrwuy Bride.
M(m i TWes 'Lahey will entertain
SaturMy. afternoon at the home of hr
l4V )rs. 4- & I-oney. In honor of
Ml TtlMe Vosde, whose marcUga to
CoRKh Medicine' fo Children.
Never give a child a cough medicine
that contains opium In any form. When
opium Is given other and moro serious
diseases may follow. Long experience
has demonstrated that there Is no better
or safer medicine for coughs, colds and
croup In children than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, It Is equally valuablo
for adults. Try It It contains no opium
or other harmful drug. For salo by all
MULHOLLAND IS TO SPEAK
BEFORE THE ROTARY CLUB
Frank Mulholland, a live wlit speaker
of wide reputation, a prominent citizen
of Toledo, O., and one ot the directors
of. tho Notional Rotary nthoclatlon, will
address the Omaha Rotary club at the
ilenshaw Friday noon. Although tho day
Is also the thirteenth of tho month, tho
local Rotarlann show no hesitation at the
double hoodoo and over 200 are expected
to attend the luncheon.
Becauso, of the Importanco of the occa
sion, Secretary Tom Kelley of the club
tins arranged for the uso of the larger
main dining room of the hotel. Instead
of the usual quarters. Tho affair takes
the placo of the regular luncheon, held
on his shoulders stumbled Into the army
recruiting station at Fifteenth and Dodge
strcetB Monday and' Inquired foV tho offi
cer In charge of tho recruiting cbmpahy
Ho was phlvcring with tho cold and
his wrinkled face showed tho Infrequcncy
of hit meals, but his eyo was clear and
his volco steady as he startel to tell hla
story of misfortune.
"I s'pose that tho government would
take caro ot mo If they knew about It,"
Mr. J. Wico, who was formerly
associated with one of Omaha's
leading ladies' tailors, wishes
to announce that he Is now en
gaged in business for himself
at 2012 California street. To
ncqualnt tho ladles of Omaha
with his new location and the
high quality of his work, he
will offer for this month only
to tailor a suit to your order
Come In and set acquainted.
2012 CALIFORNIA ST.
Phono Tyler 1220.
Wednesday, February 11 1014. STORE NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY.
Sixteenth and Hnrney Ste.
Here's News of a Great Sale of
CLOTH, SILK and
Formerly $15.00, $19.50, $22.50 and $25.00.
Wednesday for $8.95.
CHARMING conceptions for every hour in the day.
10 styles nre the most approved of the season.
Including the newest ideas in cloth, chiffon, crepe
meteor and allover laces.
There are all sizes -for -women and misses
take your choice, but como early.
There . will be rousing selling at
this very low price of $8.95. Remem
ber tho dresses are from otir own
splendid lines and wero formerely priced
$15.00, $19.50, $22.50 and $25.00, choice. . .
Clearaway of Women's Coats
Formerly $15.00, $19.50, $22.50 to $25.00, for $6.95
QF COURSE, we realize the comparative 'values quoted
hero' seem like exaggeration, but all we ask is to come
and see for yourself.
You know It's clearaway time for us, but you
will have fully three months use of them.
Tire coats,are all late winter moueis, maao m
of broadcloths, boucles, imported mixtures,
otc.', three-quarter and full length syles, T
formerly $15i00, $19.50, '$22.50 and $25.00;
choice Wednesday, from tho entire group, at. . .
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Burgess-Nash Co. 16th and Harney.;
THE ACTUAL FACTS
QRSETS ELASTIC FABRICS
in Your Home
THE ideal placo for tho new dances is in tho homo, and
hero tho Victor is absolutely indispensable, as most
of tliis musio is oxtremely difficult and loses most of its
effectiveness unloss played by band or orchestra.
A wonderful rang ot
Victrolaa and records nt
VIctrolas JIB to
(Easy terms' it
Maxixe, Turkey Trot, Hesita
tion. Boston. One-Sten. Two-
btop all are represented, and the selections ore those now most
In demand In dancing circles. Vernon Castlo. Sebastian, Maurice
and otner celebrated exponents of modern dancing are using
many of these numbers, and they will bo found ideal for ac
companying the new dances. Hospe'a aro always first with the
latest Victor records.
NEW DANCE RECORDS
Doubla Paced, 10-Inch, 7Sc: 12-lnoh, $1.21
17SM Irresistible Tango Argentina (L. Locattl). Vic
tor Military Hand 10. t
Itmillllan Dreams Tango Argentine (Will It
DUon) Victor Military Band 10.
178Amapa Maxixe Urealllenne (J. Storonl). Victor
Military Bend 10.
Sans Boucl Maxixe Breslllenna (Arthur N. Green)
Victor Military Band 10.
1758 Some Smoke One-men. Two-step or Turkey Trot
(Delalumee) (Romberg-). Victor Military Hand-10.
Leg; of Mutton-One-step. Two-step or Turkey Trot
(Lo Ql(ot) (Romberg). Victory Military Band 10.
333 Maurice Hesitation ('hesitation) (Shaw) Vic
tor Military Band IS.
The Poem (t-a I'oeme) Valse Boston. Victor Mil
itary Band 12.
95381 Qlrl on the Film Hesitation Waltzes (Slrmay)
Victor Military Band ' Won't You Como and Waltz
With Me "Steady Freddy" 'Typewriting airla.
Adela Waltzes Hesitation or Boston (I'hlllpp).
Victor .Military Baud. "Adele" "Somehow It's Not
the Same'.' 'I It Worth While" "Yours for Me
and Mine for You" is.
3SM6 Queen of the Movies (Including- "In the Night")
One-step. Two-step or Turkey Trot. Victor Mil
itary Band. "When the Moon 6ly Winks" "In
the Night" "Oh, Cecilia" "Olrls nun Along" is.
Maurice Mattchlche Brazilian Maxixe. victor
Military Band 1Z.
A. HOSPE CO.
1513 Douglas Street
TTie Victor Store,
These Facts, Madam. Are of Vital Importance
PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY-AVD REMEMBER-
Fir W N512
. It is impossible to make a com
fortable long corset of the present mode
without ming some elastic fabric to
make it flexible and easy,
2. The life of a corset is just as long
or short as the life of its elastic part.
3. The ONLY elastic fabrics ever
made that can be guaranteed to give
satisfactory wear are Lastikops Web
bing and Lastikops Cloth, both Nemo
inventions and used exclusively by us.
4. The elastic gores and bands used
in other corsets (in imitation of the
Nemo) are just the same old unreliable
elastics wear out in no time.
5. The dealer or saleswoman who
tells you that other elastic fabrics are
"the same" or "asgood" as the Nemo
is either ignorant of the facts or is wil
fully trying to deceive you.
TWO FINE EXAMPLES
No. S12 Superb for medium and slender fie-
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Stvle and comfort for the slender and me
No. 327 The Ereat new Duplex Self-Reducing,
for full figures. Extremely long, supremely com
fortable; low bust; (No. 328, medium bust). $3.00
LOU P Ufel
BE A WISE WOMAN! Look into this elastic business. See that every
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