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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914.
OMAHA'S GREAT SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE will hold its great- I
est sale of the season. Every woman in search of quality, style and I
Friday, February 13, 194.
MISS CAROLYN HARDING, whoso wedding to Mr. Justus Frederick
Lowo of Milwaukoo will take placo Monday evening, February
23, will be much entertained.
Mrs. Samuel Rees, Jr., sister of the bride, will bo matron ot
honor, and the bridesmaids will bo Miss Sylvia Conant of Pawtuckot, R. I.,
a classmate of Miss Harding nt Vassar, and Miss Mary Hughes of Columbus,
O., who spent last year In Paris with Miss Harding, whoro they were study
ing music. Miss Hughes and MIbs Conant will arrlvo Monday morning,
February 16. That afternoon Mrs. Charles Harding will glvo a tea from
4 to 6 o'clock at her home, and In the evening Mr. Harry Koch, Mr. Reed
Peters and Mr. Frank 8elby will give an Orpheurn party for Miss Harding
and her guosts.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse MacMlllan Harding havo Issued Invitations for a
9 o'clock coffoe Tuosday evonlng for tbo same honor guests. 'Wednesday
afternoon Mrs. Ralph West will give a bridge party and In the evening
Dr. Frank Conlln will bo host at a dancing party at the University club.
Thursday Miss May Maboney will give a luncheon at tho Hotel Loyal,
and Thursday evening Miss Henrietta Rees will havo a box party at tho
grand opera at tho Auditorium for Miss Harding arid Mr. Lowe, who ar
rives that morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCague, Jr., will glvo a brldgo party Friday even
ing, and Saturday evonlng there will bo a wedding rohenrsal and tango
party at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Harding. Sunday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Samuol Rees, Jr. will glvo a buffet supper for the wedding party
The wedding will tako placo Monday evening, February 23, at
8 o'clock, and will bo followed by a wedding reception from 8.30 to 10:30
Bridge for Visitor.
Miss Mildred ltuMr was hostess at an
Informal afternoon of bridge today at
here homo for the members of the
younger set In honor of Miss Heth Valll of
Hancock, Mich. Four tables of players
At tke Omaha Club.
Many will defy the old superstition
and will entertain at dinner at tho
Omaha club dinner dance Friday evening
MY. and Mra. W. D. lloaford will have
sixteen guests at dinner and Dr. Bridges
will entertain at one ot the parties.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Keollne will en
tertain for their house guests, when
those present will be:
Mr. and Mrs. Iula T. Jatiucs, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad W. Hpens, Chicago',
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tukey,
Mr. an Mrs. W. n. McCormlck,
Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Keellne.
Mr. and Mrs. dcorge Itedlck will en
tertain for tholr guest, Mlis Marlon
Hamilton, of Drltton, 8.- D, In their
party- wilt be:
Mr. and Mra. John Madden;
Mr; and Mrs. I3art6n Millard,
Mr. and Mra. Ross Towle,
Mr. and Mra. Louis Clarke,
Mr. and Mrs. Denlse Harkalow,
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorxo Hedlch,
Ml Kllsabcth Congdon,
Miss Marion Hamilton,
Mr Elmer Cope,
Mr. Kimer Ited'ck.
Colosel Taylor Arrives,
A dispatch to tha Los Angeles Herald
frm San Francisco says:
"Colonot Wallace C. Taylor of the Phl
Uptae constabulary arrived today. on the
liner Nile -from the .orient and in the
course of the voyage from Hawaii he
conducted a. wireless courtship.
Ho resolutely kept secret the name of
his. brldo. to-be. but admitted that he
would be married soon. She Is a Los
Angeles society girl that much became
The. last day out he was guest of honor
at a dinner, to which every passenger sent
a mock wireless message.
Colonel Taylor went to the. Islands with
tho second expedition as captain of tha
First Nebraska volunteers. He was later
transferred to the rtgular army and then
entered the constabulary.
In IMS ho led a dotachment Into Bamar
under great difficulties, .three of his
force being killed; lie himself was boloed
and nearly perished,"
Mr. Arthur Marowltc entertained nt his
home lust evening in honor of tho retired
officers and members of the standing
committees of McKlnley lodge ot the
B'nal H'rlth. Patriotic decorations were
used throughout tho rooms. Cards' were
played, seven tables bolng placed for the
game. Prises were won by Miss Rose
Grodlnsky, Miss Hess Monsky, Mr. Henry
Monsky and Mr. H. A. Wolf. Those pres
Carl C. Katlemnn.
Mrs. otto 1'itcK.
Mr, and Mr. Julius Bplgle.
Mr; and Mrs, Harry'A. Wolf.
Mr. and Mrs. Ham J. Ion.
v Mr. and Mrs. Herman D. Mnrowltz.
Anrelus Danointc Party
The Angelus Soda! club will give the
fourth of a series, ot dancing patties at
their hall, Twenty-sixth street and Fow
ler avenue, this evening.
Entertain sat Cards.
Mrs. John I Noble entertained the Five
Hundred Ensemble Wednesday afternoon.
Members and guest' present were.
L. W. Smltana,
8. I.. Fisher,
8. F. Neblo,
H. J. Haverly,
Miss Ann Neblc.
-V M. Olscn.
Omnha Pern Club',
The Omaha Peru club, composed of
fQrmer students ot the Peru Btate
Normal, will 'hold a valentine party In
the nsscmhly room ot the Young Men's
Christian association building, on Satur
day, February H. All former Peruvians
am Invited"." Those expecting to attend
should notify the secretary, Miss Alma
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The Great Sale Starts
Promptly at 8 O'clock
Those Who Miss
These Bargain Sales
Will Regret It
Great Final Clearance
Our Entire Stock of Over Seven Hundred
Women's and Misses' Coats
That Formerly S )ld at $15.00. $19.50. $22.50. $25.00, $29.75. $35.00.
$39.50. $45,00 and $49.50. on Sale Saturday, Divided Into Three Great Lots
lly LA ItACONTKUHK.
An adorable little gown for a dinner
dance and characteristic of tho new short
length Is this original evening gown de
veloped In "gros crepe d'or," embroidered
with roses and rubles.
Tho bodice Is of beaded and spangled
net,' opened In square over a small waist
coat, totally embroidered. Jt Is edged,
as the finish of the sleoVes, that are
broadly, kimono! by a row ot struts.
The sash Is -of draped ."gros crepe d'or."
The skirt, draped In the new "peg top'
style, fastened In front and slit at tho
height of the- knees over a gathered
floUnco of 'beaded silk muslin.
Appendant of. pearls fastens the bodice
and falls over tho skirt.
Peters, phono Harney 4553, Valentines,
games, decorations and refreshments
will be tho entertainment.
In Honor of Bride.
Mrs. J. Jcnson entertained Wednesday
evening at a miscellaneous shower In
honor ot Miss Klla fladle, whose wed
ding will take place February 24. The
rooms- were beautifully decorated, the
color scheme, red and white, bolng car
ried out In red randies, hearts and cuplds.
Progressive high flvo was played and
Prizes won by. Miss Olga Rplcka and
Miss Mao Pudolak. Those present wero:
'Clydo R. Jensen.
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Itena Furst. .
A. F. Jensen,
I.. C. Jensen, .
Mr. and Mrs. I Hoover.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Houssener.
Mrs. J. Jensen.
The Kt-A-VIrp club will give Its monthly
stag smoker at the Plets club Monday,
February 16. T(io next regular dance will
be held Monday, February 23.
'fango Pleasure Club.
rho Tango Pleasure club will give a
dancing party Sunday -'evening at the
Metropolitan club. The committee in
cludes Mies Irene Goldstpne, Qus Hoss
man and T. Crounse. -
xno luncheon which Mm, Arthur P.
Gulou had planned to glvo today for
Mies nuth Candeo of Watc'rvllle, N. V.,
has been Indefinitely postponed, as Miss
Candeo has been HI with tonsllltls.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Mclntyro are spend
ing the winter In Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. George Parr of Nebraska
City are visiting friends In Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. John Urlon nnd daughter,
Marguerite, ".are visiting In New Orleans
and other points in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Haines left Thurs
day evening for a two weeks' trip
through the south and expect to attend
the Mardl Graa.
Mr. Joseph Buggy and Mr. Thomas
Reagan returned to their homes In
Waterloo, la., after a few days visit with
flends .and relatives here.
Miss Alice Miller of Kearney, who Is
attending the University of Nebraska,
arrived today to spend the week-end with
her aunt, Mrs. John J. Foster.
Miss Erma Jones will arrive today, to
spend the week-end,, and will bring as her
guest Miss Geraldlne Gray. Both young
ladles attend the University of Nebraska
and are members of the Kappa Alpha
LOT l--Ooat3 formerly sold at $15.00,
$19.50 and $22.50
LOT 2 Coats formerly sold at $25.00,
$29.75 and $35.00-
LOT 3 Coats formerly sold at $39.50,
$45.00 and $49.50
THE MATERIALS ARK: Velvet, Plain nnd Fancy
Arabian Lamb, Sealetto Plush, Ural Lamb, Perslana, Fancy
Novelty Mixtures, Broadcloth, BedfordB, Chinchillas, Bilk
Brocades and Fur effects.
THK STYLES are" so numorous that we could not begin to describe
thorn. Many are exclusive models that have Orkln's style, touch and tail
oring, that cannot bo found In department stores that are faintly trying
to. be copies of UiIb great -specialty house.
Final Clean-up Sale of Small Lots and Odd Garments
We advise our customers to take advantage of this great bargain event as everything in our' store will be offered
at a, great sacrifice. Small lots and odd garments will be sold at unheard-of low prices. Read on come.
WAISTS at 19c
About 150 waists, in all sizes; some
arc slightly soiled and mussed
only one to a customer; cleanup sale
price Saturday, "JQc
$10.00 FURS at $1.98
We will offer you Saturday all our
odd fur scarfs and muffs that havo
been selling regularly at $5.00, $7.50
and $10.00; choice fl QQ
DRESSES at 75c
A big lot of house dresses, in all
sizes and colors; scores of styles
$2.00 and $2.50 values,
$5.00 WAISTS at $1.49
This lot consists o silks, chiffon,
voile, lingerie, linen, etc. scores
upon scores of beautiful styles.
There is not a waist that sold for
less than $3.50 to $5.00;
choice Saturdav at.
for less than half. We have just
forty sets of high grade furs, there
being only one or two of a kind.
You can buy tlem Saturday for less
$2.00 WAISTS at 89c
Over 500 pretty new waists in scores
of clever styles and ail sizes. They
are regular $1.50 and $2.00 values
special for Saturday .
$19.50 PURS at $3.98
Here is tho best offer f them all
fur scarfs and muffs of cruaranteed
quality, worth $12.50, $15.00 and
DRESSES at $2.75
This lot consists of odds and ends
some are slightly soiled There are
many kinds and stylos suitable for
street wear; choice,
MOST BE SOBERTO GET MONEY
Drunken Man Cannot Withdraw De
poaits from Postal Savings Bank.
ONE CLERK APPLIES THE RULE
rinds n nenaon for Wlthholdlnv
Cash Drntnnded Upon trip Certtfi
cnte of Deposit nnd the De
Many N6w Books at
the Public Library
i Hundreds of new books are belns or
; dcrcd and received at tho public library,
"and tho need of more shelf room la bo.
, comln acute. Bteps havo been token to
evure a seconu siory to tho uncompleted
ruiwun ci me dook stark. Ti, iiKr..
authorities say that until the additional
siacK space is aecured. other needed
changes and Improvements In the build
ing cannot be made for lack of room to
hold the books now on hand.
Wany of the new volumes being re
ceived are, to replace wornout books, and
a few are new books Just added to the
catalogue, but the bulk of tha new pur
chases are extra copies of works already
listed. These aro required to handle the
Increasing circulation of the library.
Besides the fact that the deposits In
the postal savings bank are guaranteed
by the pledge of tho government, there
nro other efatures of that Institution as It
In conducted In Omaha, that It Is con
sidered must appeal to the thrift ot de
positors who are Inclined to bo profli
gate. An intoxicated man cannot withdraw
his money from the postal savings bank
here. While the rules for the regulation
of that department do not permit the
clerk In charge ofTthe postal savings bank
tp refuse to pay out money to such an
Individual, another rule permits tho clerk
to refuse to give money to depositors who
come to the savings bank under the In
fluence of liquor.
Friday morning a depositor In tho local
postal savings bank reeled up to the
window and produced a number of cer
tificates, demanded a sum ot more than
J1W, at tho tamo time declaring that he
was going to point tho town red..
The clerk In charge caught the odor
of liquor from the man's breath and re
fused to pay tho certificates.
The depositor Insisted that It was his
money and that he was entitled to with
draw It at any time. Finally he endorsed
one ot the certificates and pushed It
across tho counter. Tho clerk shook her
The depositor was furious and left the
office In a rage.
The clerk refused to pay the certificate
because the man was drunk, but the
technical reason, the excuse found In tha
rules, was that the signature on the cer
tificate mode by the man when he was
Intoxicated, did not correspond with that
which ho had filed there, and for that
reason she wus excused tor not paying
"Tomorrow that same man will come
In when he Is sober and thank me and
perhaps even buy me a box of candy
or a pair ot theater tickets. Who
knows?" she said.
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HOLD MEETINGS MONDAY
An anti-suffrage meeting will be held at
Turpln"s hall, Twenty-eighth and Farnam
streets, Monday afternoon. There will also
be a meeting at the American theater at
8 o'clock, when Mrs. Arthur M- Dodge, na
tional president of the association opposed
to woman suffrage, will presldo at both
meetings. Miss Bronson, general secre
tary of the association, will be tho prin
Safe (or Uabtra, EfieotlTe
That's Foley's Honey and Tar Pnm
pound. It has the confidence ot your
druggist, who knows It will give you
satisfaction. v, w. Xessmlth. Kt..
bora, G a., says: "I have used Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound In my family
and have sold It In my store and It never
falls to cura. And Bob Ferguson, 319
Pine St. Ore en Bay, Wis. "I had a bad
cough that kept tne awake nights and
two small bottles ot Foley's Honey and
Tar cured me." For sale by all dealers
To Issue Capias for
Offenders Who Did
Not Appear in Court
Mrs. A. Howard, 711 South Sixteenth
streot, and Mary Williams. "18 South
Sixteenth strcel. both charged with
kecplnff a disorderly house, forfeited ftS
cash bonds by their failure to appear In
court. In accordance with the new pol
icy rocently adopted In police court,
both women will be summoned to appcur
beforo Judge Foster by tho Issuance of
Louis Ahko, Fourteenth anl Douglas
streets, was fined $35 and costs for con
ducting a disorderly house, ns was Mike
Rosso, 718 South Fourteenth street
The hearing of Charles Dickon of
the Theatrical Mechanics' association,
charged with keeping a disorderly house,
was started In police court, but, owing
to tho numerous witnesses to be ques
tioned, the caso was contlnusd until
Thursday of noxt week.
Waist clearance Saturday, values to
KM. on sale at 19c, SJc. H.O. Julius
Orkln, 1510 Douglas St.
SPREADS THE FAME OF OMAHA
Union Pacific Advertising City and
State Throughout Europe.
BOOKLETS ARE GOING ABROAD
Movement on Foot to Secure the In
troduction of the rnbllcotio'n
in the Schools ns n
The Union Pacific has started upon a
campaign that has for Its purpose the
educating of tho people of Europe up to
tho point where they will be moro familiar
with tho United States, or at least that
portion lying between tho Missouri river
and the Pacific coast and tributary to
tho main -line and the branches of the
That the people of Europe may know
moro thoroughly what there is In tho
west half of the United States, Oerrlt
Fort, passenger traffic manager of tho
Union Pacific, has caused to be propared
and printed a beautifully Illustrated, well
bound and attractive sixty-page booklet,
descriptive of the country west from
Omaha. The booklet devotes nearly a
page of matter to Omaha and quite as
much more to Nebraska. It shows a half
pago picture of the headquarters build
ing hero and a couple, of Nebraska farm
scenes. Tho first Installment of the book
lets sent abroad will aggrgate 100,000
copies, another 100,000 copies to follow
as soon as they can be secured from the
printer. These will be distributed through
England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales,
France and Germany. The distribution to
other countries will occur later. The dis
tribution will be through tho agents of
tho American Express company, all pf
whom nro agents for the Union Pacific.
In addition, copies will be In the read
ing room of the hotels in all tho cities
and In tho public libraries.
The booklets now being sent abroad
by the Union Pacific are Intended to bo
used as text books, In conjunction with
tho teaching of history. A movement is
on foot to secure their introductfon as
such books in the schools of Europe.
For this purpose, the company will fur
nish they free of cost.
An Ideal Woman's Laxative.
No better laxative, than Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They help the liver and
bowels to healthy action. 25c. All drug
Rockers and Arm Chairs
On Sale Saturday Only
A chnnco to solect a high quality chair from
a nurahor of odd pieces, regularly valued
from $G.OO to $9.50; special $4.75
Fumed and golden oak Rockers and Arm Chairs;
about 25 lu this assortment, each $4,75
Quarter sawed oak Rcjekers, high and low backs,' sad-
'dle wood seats, slat and panel backs, each.. 34,75
Dody Brussels Rug, S2x36-ln.; regular value 12.50,
Odds and ends In Rag Rugs, all colors, 18x36 In. to
30x00 In.; regular values $1.50 to 3; special. 75,
Homemade Rugs, woven "like mother used to make,"
27x54 In.; regular value $3.00; special. .. .81,50
Beaton & Laier Co.
415-17 South 16th St.
Payments If You Wish
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