Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 18, 1914, Page 8, Image 8
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914. Society By',MELLIFIOA. Tuesday, February 17, 1914. N QWAHA young man, prominent in social and business clubs, has A an original and clover way of amusing his friends. This young f chap1 is considered one of the most graceful and best dancers in tho etty, but he bus proved to be moro than this ho is exceed ingly observing and Is clevor at mimicking. Tho other evening following a dinner party ttie evening, was given over to tangoing, but what tho guestB enjoyed even moro man dancing themselves was An ontertalulng exhibition given by this ycfting man, showing how dlfferct prominent men of this city dance the tango. One prominent business man does the tango with a special hop; an other one has unusu&J dignity which fits in peculiarly with the dance; a certain club man leans forward during the entire dance, and so on. This young chap had a "cajricat ore" of about a dozen well known men. It has been, suggested! to this young man that he "Imitate" Vernon Castle, and that he glve ui his business careor and become a professional dancer. Bridge for Brides. Mm. Harold Prltchctt wi hostess at an Auction bridge party this afternoon at her apartments, In honor of two ot the re cent brides. Mr. Halpn Peters nnd Mm. Ben B. Wood. Thoeo present wcrw Mlaiea Misses Kllzabeth Pickens. Dorothy Hall, Gladys Peters. Bertha Dinkey, Kllxabeth Davis. Menle Davis, Elizabeth Bruce. Mesdames Ben. B. Wood, Balph rcters. Janet Hall. Margaret Baum, Carolyn Consrdon, Carolyn Barkalow, Hilda Hammer, Mesdames or Troy. John McCanue, William FlttgeraM Harold Prltchett, , Dinner Party. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith wilt entertain at a dinner party th!r evenlne at their home. Ai mound ot cyclamen will form the centerpiece for tho table and covers will be placed for: Mr. and Mrs. Jj. F. Crofoot, , Mr. and Mr. Kduar Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase, Mr. and Mm. Walter T. Pase, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Smith. Nine O'clock Coffee. Complimentary to MIrb Carolyn Hardin who will be a February bfice.iana nor ner bridesmaids. Miss HURlies or. uoitrniDus, O.. and Miss Conant of 'Pawluckct. n. I., Mr. and Mm. Jcsso MicMUllan will give a 0 o'clock coffee thli. evening" at' their home. Mm. "Ward troeB will be uncd In decorating- the dlntnt; room and Klllar' ney rotes will be used In the llvlns room. About fifty guesU ' will be present,, and assisting will be: ; Misses- ,. Misses Elisabeth rlekcns, Nan Murphy, Qladys Peters. Carolyn ; Barkalow, Mesdarrtes Mesdames Ben B. Wood, Ed wanl 'O'Brien, Italph Peters, Myles Standlsh. For the Future. , ' Mrs. Arthur CrIUenden Smith will en tertain at a children's 'party Wednes. day afternoon in celebration of, the eighth birthday of her daughter,' Esther, i Mrs. U. F. Crofoot will give a bridge luncheon Thursday In honor of Mrs. Frank Keogh. ,' ' Se search Club. Tlio Research ctwb inet Sudday after-' noon. Miss Mario flllo'y end 34r, James Bush gave vocal numbers innd llev. Father Qulnlan spoke on "Why Men Do Not Go to Church." H gave various reasons for the. men not attending serv too and told ot methods that would help to bring them to church. i Entertains at LnchepH. Mm. John W. Q4U entertained, at lunch eon today. The decorations wereired. and white cwnatlons, and covers were placid ifor- Mesdames A. D. SeaM, Blanche Hoegle, E. O. Smith, Mesdames J. H. Gregory, II. S. Peterson, John W. Gill. Series of luncheons. Mrs. John C. Cowln, who gave a serlw. of luncheons Monday and Tuesday at her home, had as her sjuesta at the latter: Mtsdimes Oeorge A. Joslyn, L. U Kountze, Arthur F. Smith, waiter T. Page. ti. D. Barkalow, Mesdamea Fredexlck H. Davis, Oeortcn Voss, Beb 'Morgan, Kilo. Baulres. Hoxlo Clark. . The evening was spent In skating and an out-door luncheon was served at the bandstand. Thoso present were: Mlttes Nina Heed, Mary Stephen. Jlu th Chrtstcnsen. Messrs Elmer Moser. Misses Bertha Hull, Agr.es Dietrich, Lottie Johnson. Messrs Will Stephen, Anton Kanl, Auotion Bridge. A delightful affair of yesterday was the luncheon given by Mrs. James II, Nichols at her home In honor ot Mrs, John Van Dorn ot Dcs Moines. Tho guests were thirty ot the former friends of tho guest of honor and wero scaled at small tables arranged throughout tho parlors. Pink sweet peas fonned tho toblo decorations. Musical selections wero given by Mrs. Hazel Uoswell. Tho afternoon was spent at auction bridge. Symposia Club. Misses Hattlo and Nora Tred enter tained tho Symposia club at their homo Sunday, afternoon. Tho rooms were at tractlvely decorated in flags nnd patriotic roblciiH. a largo silk flag being used to adorn the dining room tabic. Strands of red, whlto and blue were suspended In a bell shape from the chandelier and tiny red hatchets were distributed as favors. The members of the club are: Misses Misses- Blanche Monhelt. Florence Shames. koso urouKey, Jcanette Shames. Edna Lvlne. Gertrude Hteln. Hattlo Pred. liina JAnmtiV. Sophia Welnsteln. Eva Elplrn. Sylvia Kulakorsky, lliith rirnsn. Hannah Kulnkofsky.Mollle Stein Miriam Davis. nora rreo. Paulino Prefiler. Elizabeth Hart Sarah Brodkey. DolUo Lewis. Valentine 8urprise. A Valentino surprlso party was given In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. John Panusha Saturday1 evening at their home. Thoso present wero: Mr. and Mrs. Atnlsh. Mr. and Mrs, E. lrion. Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstenson. Mr and Mrs. Vondra, Mr. and Mrs. VnmeK turns this evening to her home In Wash ington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Smith have re turned from a visit In New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hlllcr left Sunday for the south and wilt attend the Mardl Ores celebration. Mr. and Mm. Paul Wernher, who havo been In Baltimore and New York City, have returned home. Miss Louise Dinning is expected homo tomorrow from a month's visit in Chi cago and New York. Mrs. George W. Holdrcge and daugh ter, Miss Lceta Holdrcge, left Sunday to spend some time In Florida. Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrlck has returned home from a ten days' vlalt with her daughter, Mrs. George W. Mlxtcr, and Mr. Mlxter of Mollne, 111. Mrs. F. S. Cowglll has returned from Springfield, III., where she went to sec Mr. Cowglll's mother, who has been 111. Mrs. Volney Lowe of tho Colonial, who has been visiting her father In Kansas City, will return to Omaha this week. Mr. James Woodard arrived this morn ing from Boundup, Mont., to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and "Mrs. J I. Woodard, , Miss Eleanor Halsey, daughter ot Bev. and Mrs. W. N. Halsey. arrived home Saturday from Los Angeles to re cuperate from an Illness. Bev. llnlsey Is dean of tlio University of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Hoxle Clark, who havo been visiting Mr. Clark's mother In St. Louis and Mrs. Ella Squires, who havo boon at Excelsior Springs for a fortnight havo returned. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will spend a week hero with Mrs. Squires be foro returning to New York. TO HAYE SUMPTUOUS DINNER I Everything from Soup to Sassafras at Manufacturers' Banquet. ALL OF IT MADE IN OMAHA Articles to Be Served Arr Distinctly Local J'roilarts, Rvrn to the lino; to Vnrrr Off the rtrinnlnn. SUBCOMMITTEES FOR MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM cmfwyu Misses Ixma1 Otto. .Messrs.'- . . John'Kouhsky. ' Pohn Panuska, Miss Nellie Wakeley. Shower and Kusicale. A miscellaneous shower was given In horior of Mrs, T. F. D rummy, a reoent bride, at her home Friday evening. A number ot musical selections were ren dered. Those present were: Misses blisses i Gertrude Smith, Edna Jensen, Anna Jessen, Frieda, Khrenstcln, Bescle Crowl, Mario Jessen. Marie Smith. Mrs. Frank Drummy. Columbian Club. The Columbian club will entertain Wed nesday afternoon at their haU, Twenty second and Locust streets. The hostesses wlU be Mrs. James Connor and Mrs. U A. Elmones. Celebrates Birthday. In honor of Miss Bertha Hull's eigh teenth birthday, Dr. Alice Kanl enter tained Monday evening at Hanscom park. Mrs. Larson. Misses- Frieda Armler.- -Bono Blllcr. Mwwra. C. A. Larson. Hmil Heine. Paul Nlnnemon. Luncheon at the Fazton. Mrs. Harry Chapman of Chicago, wife ot one ot the visiting. Jewelers, at the state convention, entertained right guests at luncheon this noon at the Faxton. Olander-Cohn Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. 11. conn 01 unawa, ia., announce- the engagement of their daugh ter, Fannie, to Mr. Samuel Olander, Jr., of this, city. The weddlng.wlll take place In November. Story Tellers' League. The story tellers' section or tna Asso ciation ot Collegiate Alumnao will meet at tho apartments ot Mrs, E. M. Syfert In tho New Hamilton, Wednesday after noon at 4 o'clock. Selected stories will be, told by Miss Louise Stegner, Mrs: C. W. Pollard, Mrs. C. L. Sykes and Miss Claudia Qalloway. ' In and Out of the Bee Hive. Miss Helen Hnyden, who has been vis Itlng friends and relatives In Omaha, re- ALLEGED FORGER FROM WISCONSIN IS ARRESTED John Bay wanted at Fond du Lac, Wis., on a charge of forgery, was arrested by Detectives Rich nnd McDonald as they were surveying tho "hangouts ' on lower Douglas strcet. Bay put up a bravo front, but when Confronted with his description at police headquarters, ho admitted Ills Identity. The authorities made tho arrest from circulars sent out from Dan du Lac. Tho authorities In the Wisconsin .city have been notified. Minister ItrnUra Thin I.nxnllrr. Bev. II. Stubenvoll, Allison. Ia., praises Dr. King's New Life Pills for Constipa tion. Best for liver and bowels. S5c. All druggists. Advertisement. Hot Tea Breaks A Cold Try This Get a small package of Hamburg 13 retuit Tea, or as the German folks call It, "Hamburg Brust Thee,' at. any phar macy. Talto a tablespoouful of the tea. put a cup of boiling water upon It, pour through a sieve and drink a teacup full at any time. It la the most effective way to break a cold and euro grip, as It opens tho pores, relieving congestion. Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking a cold at once. It Is inexpensive and entirely vegetable, therefore harmless Advertisement. BRANDEIS STORES SALE OF OIL PAINTINGS A very fortunate pur chase of oil painting by our Now York buyer eu ablea ua to announce an exceedingly Into? outing ale for Wed n e n d ay, There are 931, ot these and they are to be otforca i at prices wnieh will in-. ,8ure aulck disposal. An opportunity ouch aa this comes seldom in & weitora city, and you should surely take advan tage ot . if you need bleturea to beautify your utiaei Moat Arm ImportM. Ht urea Mfl an l -works of Wick well kaewa artlatu aa it.. u $6.25 BUcb of those are B9xB7 and 60884 lushes, $3.45 Sizes of these are 21x27 and 20x31 lachM. Members of the Joint Memorial day com mittee of the Grand Army of tho He public and Spanish War Veterans, met Monday night and named tho sub-com- nilttces. which will have chargo ot the program on Decoration day. Another meeting will be held March 16, when the final arrangements will be decided upon. Comrade Slovens of Custer post acted ns chairman ot tho meeting and Mrs. Jennie Kverson aa secretary. The sub-commltttcs Include tlio fol lowing: Custer post, Grand Army of tho Re public Chalrmnn, M. J. Fccnnn, Augustus Lockncr, Kmory Johnson. ; Crook post, Grand Army of tlio Re public .G. A. Bathburn, F. V. Simpson, Elliha Diinn, fl. I, Gordon. Grant . post. Grand Army of tho Re public C. 8. Guild, Major Wilcox, C. 13 Alien. Hpaulsh - American Veterans Hollls Johnson, Charles Haafke, Nela Lund gren, Fred K.' Fero. Custer corps, Women's Bolicf Corps Emma J. Clark, Clara Wlnshlp, ISmma Gwynne, Badle Atkins, Jennie Kvcrson, Chook corps, Women's Relltf Corps- Mrs. A. 15, Hough, Mrs. 1$. J. Shields, Mrs. J. C; Bccd, Mrs. Rlleen Hall. . Grant corps. Women's Belief Corps- Mrs. O. Morse, Mrs. B. B. Wilcox, Mrs. A. A. Whitney. Buttermilk, beer, cheese and breakfast foods, biscuits and crackers, ham, steak, pork chops and wieners, cream and sau sago all these thlngi, and perhaps a hundred moro varieties of edibles, aro to be tfet before the guests at tho annual dinner of tho Omaha Manufacturers' as sociation nt 6:30 o'clock this evening at the Commercial club. 'There will bo somo sick stomachs there after that feed Is over," said a manufacturer yesterday. "Wo should worry," replied another, "for everything Berved will be first-class, and If a man mixes too many varieties that is his own fault nnd not ours." It Is a '"made In Omaha" dinner, and Omaha made goods aro belnc; donated In great quantities. Ono dairy firm alone Is sending up 200 bottles of puro' cream. A brewery company Is sending up earn plo bottles of beer. Packing houses are sending up loads ot prlxe hams. Biscuit factories are sending up boxes of the most delicate wafers. And to cap It all off the Bcmls Bag company Is sending up a load ot bars q that every guest will havo a bag In which to carry away what ho cannot cat. Jewelers Follow Optometrists in Annual Meeting A. W. Nelhart of Elmwood, Neb., was elected president ot the Nebraska State Association of Optometrists at the clos ing session yesterday. MRS. LYNCH FILES NEW ANSWER IN DIVORCE SUIT Mrs. Phllomcna M. Lynch, by filing oubstltuto answer and cross petition In the dlvorco suit brought by her hus band, County Commissioner John C. Lynch, withdrew charges of specific cruelty previously made by her, and asked divorce upon general grounds of cruelty. Sho also aska the custody of tho two children. Here's the Food for Backbone and Muscle Haven't you often wondered at the wonderful strength and vitality of tho Italian race. Their chief food at home is spaghetti a food that is rich in gluten the element that goes to make muscle and flesh. "VVe can follow this example with benefit. A 10c package of SPAGHETTI contains more nutriment than one pound of the finest tenderloin steak. Easier digested, too also easier pre pared. And what good eating Faust Snnehetti makfis! nVVi sa vory, relishable meals. Try it cooked with tomatoes and served with powdered cheese it's great, as per our free recipe book copy free. 5c and 10c pkgs. Buy today. MAULL BROTHERS St. Louli, Mo. : slw m w II m m 5 MM fW MS mm HARMONIZE SrSETS HEALTHvFASHION L. P. Hollander & Co. ' Boston and New York Our Representatives Will Exhibit at the HOTEL ROME Wednesday February Eighteenth Ladies' and Misses' Gowns, Tailored Suits, 5cp arate Waists, Evening and Carriage Wraps and Automobile Coats For Spring and Summer Wear $1,00 Down $1.00aWeek will bring a McDOU GALL KITCHEN CAB INET to your home. These cabiuets aro up-to-date have every new feature, and will last r lifetime. Prices $27.50, 530, $32.60, $35. Special Rug Sale Continues We are still offering exceptional values in rugs. All sizes all patterns. Decided price reductions. BEATON & LA1ER CO. 415-17 South 16th St. PAYMENTS IF YOU WISH. t, Or It l.rxt Qlull. J TUDY the Nemo models. If your corsqtiere is a graduate of the Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute, so much the better you'll soon learn to select the Nemo that is designed for your particular figure. Then you will enjoy perfect corset-comfort and correct style always. A hint of some exclusive Nemo features that bring corset-satisfaction to millions: T. TERE'S a very late Nemo invention that makes an extremely long corset complete ly comfortable the i NEMO DUPLEX REDUCING BANDS- The broad semi-clastic bands arc detached at the lacing ends; but when, the corset is laced you get a complete incurve and an ultra-flexible skirt. In Nos. 327 and 328 $3.00. 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