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IHh HLK: OMAILN, U LUXES DAY, OCTOBER 2S. 1314.'
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Tuesday, October 27, 1914.
NOT only commerce, but social life, as well, has been affected by the
European war. In the east many hostesses are cancelling their
entire social programs for the remainder of the season.
One gives as the reason that the men have deserted frivol
ous life and the women are too depressed to care for dancing or bridge.
Not so In Omaha, however, for never was a season more given to
dancing than this. The popular dancing floors have nearly every evening
taken, and still the dates flock In.
The subscription dance baa doubled in size and enthusiasm this year.
The Creche Is having Its very first dance benefit on November 2S, and
the Saturday Night tanc!ng club, composed of the young married people
and younger sef, have organized and will dance every Saturday night at the
Many of the season's debutantes have announced that Terpsichore
will preside over their coming-out parties.
The bridge club, as well, Increases In popularity. Monday, the most
popular day, Is well filled, and only during the last week two more clubs
were organized and have added their dates to the calendar. The debutantes
organized a bridge club last week and will meet Tuesday of every week at
the home of one of the members. '
Social Settlement Benefit.
The womrn of the Flnt rrabyterln
ihurch at Feventcspth and Dodim steels
will give a luncheon FrMsy for the bene
fit of the Social Settlement. The cap
tains of the membership teams axe sail
ing tickets for the luncheon and will
also assist the women of the church Fri
day. Amont those who are promoting
the benefit are:
K. A. Hnson.
M I. CrelKh,
Marjnrte Hon land,
at Vbe lit
nun at tee l.onie nf ier sister. Mra. A
I.. Heed. Monday. Mrs K. r. Klrkendull
was the Kuest of the cluli. Those pres
VV. R. Mr-Keen.
V. I'. Klrken.latl.
A. U Heed.
l II. Wheeler. Jr.
W. A. Redlrk.
A. ). Heeson,
.toseph Poles r.
Harvey Newhrsnt li.
William K. Bater.
H. b. Iemere.
South Side Card Clnb.
The Couth Hide Progressive Card club
will met st Its- hHll on Castellar street,
Wednesday evening. The hostesses t the
evening will be;
K. Vocuin M. Wscner.
Carter Lake Clnb.
The Carter Lake Swimming and Bowl
ing club had luncheon at the Ioyal hotel
Monday. The afternoon was spent bowl
ing at the Metropolitan bowling alley
and high acoie was made by Mrs. U A.'
Dermody's team. Those present were:
H. l I'nderwood, Charles Meyer.
P. J. Hiermen.
J. A. Freeland,
W. H. Could, jr.;
J. A. Dlmmtrk.
W. J. ( attln.
y. W. Stroup.
A. J. Plerson,
K. K. Bralley.
H. 8. Oold strom,
D. V. Whltehouse,
N. M. Haasett.
C. M. Johnson.
At the Country Club.
The entire sales force of M. E. Smith
at Co. will be-entertalned at the Country
club Friday evening at 7 o'clock dinner.
Covers will be placed for loo guests. A
special business meeting will follow the
The opersy "II Trovatore," will be
given by the1 musical department of the
Omaha Woman's club Wednesday after
noon at 2:1 o'clock. Mrs. E. M. Byfert
la In charge of the program. Reason
tickets may be secured at Hospe'a or
I ray den Bros.' music department, and
single tickets at the door of tb meeting
place. Metropolitan hall.
Eush ton-Taylor Wedding;.
A quiet wedding took place Saturday,
October 24, at the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Taylnr of Logan, O., when tlieir
daughter. Nell Gertrude, became the wife
of George Howard Rushton of Omaha.
The bride Is a graduate of Ohio Wea
l's an and has been active In musical cir
The groom la the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. . Ilushton or this city and la a
member of the Harvard class of MX
Mr. Rushton has been connected with
the Ohio branch of the Fairmont Cream
ery company, but has been transferred
to the general orflce of the company In
After a brief wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs.
Ilushtoa will make their home In Omaha.
For a few weeks they will be at the
home of the groom's parents, 30 North
Thirty-sixth struct, where they will be
"at home" to their friends.
: A surprise party was given. In honor
of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. A.
H. Sollmeier at her home ftunday after
noon. The decorations were suggestive
of Hallowe'en and the afturnoon was
spent In music and games. Those present
R. K. Khlueter. '
, Miss Laverne Torner was honor guest
at a birthday surprise party Monday eve
ning at the borne of Mrs. Oetty. The eve
ning was spent in playing vsrious games,
and music. Those present ere:
Bessie Getty. , Wlllma Getty,
l averne Turner. Vonnv Webster.
Herman Rubensteln. Raljh Walker.
James Marshall, Kdesrd Hansen.
I'srrel Turner. Carl Paulson
A birthday surprise as given Baturday
evening In honor of Mr. ctewsrt Powers.
The evening was spent In dancing and
tarda. The guests were:
Jtarsery Guild. Margtret Carlson,
lorothy Welgel, Neomle Tuster.
Msfcel North. I-eura Peters.
Kathertne North. Josephine Petera
Nora, Walker, .
T. J. Lynanu
Mr. and Mrs. A.
- Mr. and Mas. L.
Mildred N hols.
Mra M. O. Msul entertained Mr. and
Mra. Hugh A. Myers at dinner at the
i-oye! hotel and. following the d0 .at
a box party at the BrandeU to see i.arry
Miss Estelie MrCarroi entertained In
formally at dinner Sunday evening, at
er home. The taUe raa orettllw
atd. suggestive of Hallowe'eo. and cover
were lauj for:
U. H. Miliar.
r Inrent-e I-onf.
lis met Mt-t arron,
J Vv Anl.ll
Mre Catherine MrCiroau
Original Bridge Club. '
Mrs. Isaac A. Cok;S entertained the
nit m bet a nt the Original Mocday Bridge
Child Conservation League.
Mrs. Henry Iownlnfc-. state organiser,
has called a meeting of the Bemls Park
r-lrcle of the Child Conservation League
of America, to be held Thursday after
noon at 1:30 o clock, at the home of Mrs.
K. H. Lulkart. mi Hawthorne avenue.
Officers will be elected a tthis meeting.
to whirh members of other rlrctes also
hsve been InMted. MIm Charlotte White,
national oraanUer, hut gone to Unooln.
but will return next month to federate
the seven clt'y rfrrles. which have been
A surprise party was given Saturday
evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Homers at their home on Wright street.
The evening wsa spent at cards and
dancing. The guests were:
Mr. and Mr. William Petersen.
Mr. snd Mrs. Chsrlcs Wssha.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Kabre.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parser.
Mr. and Mrs. t'harles Gallagher.
Mr. ond Mrs. John Nelson.
Mrs. Kred Homers
Debutante Bridge Clnb.
The Debutante Bridge club met this
afternoon at the home of Miss Ann Glf
ford. Two table, of players were present.
Miss Goldie Melcher will entertain the
membera of the Menorah .fraternity at
her home this evening.
The Et-A-VIrp rlub will hold its nest
stsg smoker Monday, November X at the
Wets club. This will he a chill" feast.
New Bridge Club.
A small bridge clnb ha been organ
Ired" for the winter and will play every
two weeks at the home of one of the mem
bers. This afternoon the club met with
Mrs. John II. Hussle. The members
K. J. McVann. Bart Currle.
Thomas Flynn, F. B Aldous.
Ri.v T. Bvrne. .1. H. Hussle,
Kdward Butler, K. William"".
Tuesday Bridge Club.
Mrs. Denlse Barkalow was hostess to
day for the meeting of the Tueaday
Bridge club. Three tables of player
For the Future.
Mrs. Frank J. Coad will entertain at
bridge Tuesday, Novemlier 3. In honor of
Miss Ethel Dyer of Berkeley. Cal.
The Coronado club will give a Hallow
een dance at Chambers' academy Mon
day evening. November Z.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chae will en
tertain st dinner Wednesday evening, pre
ceding the subscription dance at Turpln's
The Prlta Phi Flgma fraternity will en
tertain at a dancing party at the Hotel
.Rome Tuesday, December I.
Mr. and Mra. Frank J. Carey have
moved from North Fortieth street C their
new home, st Kl Park avenue.
For Mrs. Clarke.
Mrs. K. C. Twamlcy entertained at
luncheon today In honor of Mrs. W. E.
Clark'e of MUford, Conn., guest of Mrs.
C. O. MrlKinsld. Mrs. Ward roses were
used In the decorations and covers were
laid for ten guests.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gould, Jr., en,
tertalned at dinner at their home Sunday.
Covers were laid for:
Fr. and Mrs. B. O. Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. V.- W. Osborne.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Brown.
Mr. and Mra William H. Oould, Jr.
Miss lionise Wnlsh.
Mrs. K. F. Brailey.
C. H. Martin of Harry Gould.
Masters i Masters
Gould Brown. James Peterson.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Warren Rogers and Miss Mildred
Rogers are visiting friends In Wakefield.
Mrs. Charles T. KounUe la expected
home Wedneaday morning from a short
stay In Chicago.
Mrs. Gould Diets returns home today
after spending a few days with her
mother In Lincoln.
Mrs. B. Rclnscrelber and daughter,
Kthel, will leave for Los Angeles Novem
ber 1, to be gone a month.
MANLEY HAS UNEXPECTED
HONORS THRUST UPON HIM
Robert 11. Manley, commissioner of the
Commercial club, hss had a new title,
that of author, thrust upon him. He
insists that he Is not guilty, however. A
Minnesota professor has written to ask
for a copy of a booklet on "The Can
celled Order and Returned Goods Evil,"
which report bad credited to Manley,
as he Is a well known advertising and
retail merchandising expert. He says it
must havfl been wrltton by' another
Manley, as he never heard of It.
Record on the Law
Limiting Hours of
"If any man double-crossed labnr In
the last legislature, It was not I," says
Dr. Harry A. Foster, referring to a pub
lished statement by Mr. Coffey of Lin
coln. Foster Is a republican nominee for
state representative, and says he has
the solid barking of the labor element in
Pouglaa county, so resents the efforts
of the Lincoln man to discredit his
"I Introduced the bill limiting the hours
of working women to eight hours," says
nr. fosre.r. "It became evident that If
would be Impossible to psss the bill In
Its original form, so I had a conference
with Miss Lurlle Eaves, professor of
sociology in the state university, who
recommended a change to nine hours, as
better than tlio existing law. One way
of defeating legislation Is to make a bill
so drastic that It cannot pass. That is
what Coffey was doing. But my past
record In the legislature showa that I
was a true friend of labor and the work
ing woman at, all times."
jj CJhlrtUTJduriA Street est at$ark Gft'cnue,j)etfJ5r&
jVV "WALTON H:MAH5HALL. Manager.
An Ideal Hotel with an Ideal Situation
Four blocks cast on Thirty-fourth Street from
Pennsylvania Station; three minutes South on
Park Avenue from Ncw'York Central Terminal
ls ItUnchard'a Eczema Lotion
SO Tears on the Market,
old at Drug' Btorss.
Write fop free Booklet describing
KIX SrBBASEB and their CAUSES.
Address prof. J. G. Blanchard, 3til Cot
tags' Grove Ave.. Chicago.
( Green Box Ony)
Keeps The i
Soft and velvety. Money back If not en
tirely pleased. Hsdina is pure and harm
lesa. Adheree until washed off. Prevents
sunburn and rsturn of discolorationa.
A million delighted users prove Its vslue.
Tints: Flesh, Pink, Brunette, White.
By Toil Commtmn or Mail. SOc.
National Toilet Company. Pari. Tsna.
8o!4 r Shennaa MoConssil Drua Stores, Ba
tse Drus Co.. Hra4ala Dras bent, snd otbare,
Quantity Quality Service !
lonio ami 1enrn to
Knit anl Crochet
We Invite you to at
tend our rlass In knit
ting and crocheting with
Finisher's Yarns. The
class Is In charge of
Miss 11. K. 81 rang, who
Is an expert In all
branches of yarn work.
F.verv day In Art Goods
Hectlon. Third Floor,
from S:Sn to S:n.
UJ. I'm MS''" S
I .a V -eA -V " N j I
. M " NJNi' r ' .CW '
Decorations for Hal
lowe'en Everything for dec
orating the table and
house Lunch Sets, Ta
ble Covers, Dinner Fa
vors and Cards, Holly
Cards, Greeting Crfrds,
Invitations. Paper Caps;
iNapklns, Garlisnds, Fes
toons. Streamers and
Masks of all kinds.
and Curtain Materials
Thousands of pairs of fine Lace -Curtains bought by
us at 40 to 65rf on the dollar in our recent big pur
chase will be on sale on our Third Floor tomorrow for the
first time. Also some 250 pieces of Curtain Materials
bought at a third to a half off actual value.
So enormous wore our purchases for this .big Curtain sale that
we had no room to Ulsplay all or It Monday and Tuesday so that
we had to reserve large quantities of this stock, and this compels
Extend the Sale to Wednesday Which
Will Be Glad News to Every One
Who was here the first two days of the sale and knows the match
less bargains we have boon offering. It will be glad newg also for
All those who could not be here the first two days of the sale, as
this will give them their opportunity, to share In the biggest sale
of Lace Curtains snd Curtain Materials of the Fall Season.
RUGS and LINOLEUMS
SALE WEDNESDAY THIRD FLOOR
'8i 9tl2 feet Floral and Ori
ental patterns. Rugs worth up
to $35.00 Specially priced
for Wednesday's J J 7C
aale at 310e O
8lae H feet 3 Inches by 10 fret 6
Inches Beautiful patterns.
Positively worth up to I23.&0
Marked for CIO 7C
Wednesday's sale S 1 a e O
His 27xOO Inches. Rugs that
aell usually at $2.50. A big
election for Wed- J (
nesday at J i e O
Size AflxTU Inches A splendid
14.00 rug. On sal 9 Qry
Wednesday at.... J)e0
12 feet wide Good quality.
Many patterns for your selec
tion Wednesday. Worth up
to 6c square yard,
6 feet wide Splendid qualities.
values up to 70c a sq. yard.
lour choice of entire
lot Wednesday, sq. yd.
Body Brussels Rugs and
Wilton Velvet Rugs
Size 9x1 ' feet Big line of
beautiful patterns. Most of
these Ruga are worth $30 00.
They are unusual bargains
for Wednesday, j j 98
Tapestry Brussels Rugs
8Ue 0.12 feet Seamless. All
good designs and colorings.
Values up to $18.00. Special
Wilton Seamless Rugs
suae tslt eet Beautiful new pat
terns, tilgheat quality. Hugs that
sell usually at 160.00 t-pM-lallv
priced (or Wedfies. Qfl Aft
day at 0tUU
Ooe Xo of Seaauful Bag In
tans, tiroena and greens, espe
cially prl.ed for Wed- J97 "1C
nesday selling i,... fc ll I l
aVaothar Xet, alse feet 9 laches by
10 feet taoaes rteautiful de
elgna and colorings. Wonderful
value: Wedneedsy $24 75
BED SPREADS, TOWELS
TABLE DAMASK, NAPKINS, CRASH
$1.25 Table Damask; 98c
Beautiful quality of full
bleached, ture liuen, two yds.
wide. Tli cue are Scotch made
linens all In ex
Very special Wed
nesday, at. yard.
XAI'klNS To match atxtve.
Imak 23-inch & QQ
sise. Per doien.. 4ae70
39c and 49c Guest Towels
Our entire sample line of fine
all linen Huck Towels, in the
guest sue; hemstitched orx
scalloped. A big offering iq
high class linen towels. While
the lot lasts. nr
74c Crash at 52c
Bleached Toweling, plain or
twilled weave. Spe
cial Wednesday, yd
50c Turkish Towels, 30c
For a Wednesday Special A
full bleached Turkish Towel;
very fine yarn: soft finish;
Hit pretty, high color
borders. Special, each'
A Big Leader for
$1.39 Bed Spreads, $L00
Bed Spreads In the
aue tiea ppreaas in tne cro
chet kind; double site; hem
med ends; all in
neat designs. A re
White Bed Spreads, with scal
loped and cut corners; the
crochet kind: large slie; good
heavy quality. An (He
excellent quality. J 1 eO7
THE GREATEST SALE OF
Women's and Misses'
That Has Been Held In Years
And Continues Friday, and Saturday
July and August weather in October has placed many
ot-the leading manufacturers of women's high grade wear
ing apparel in a critical position, with immense accumula
tions of made-up clothing that thoy must turn into cash at
once. "We have come to their rescue, but we named ourvown
price. You will be amazed when you see the garments that
came to us in this purchase and the prices marked on them.
Blankets and Comforts
SALE WEDNESDAY IN BASEMENT
All Wool Blankets
The Second Talk on
WEI.FSlAV, OCT. 28TH, AT 3 O'CLOCK
Will he delivered by Mr. Nahiglan, the native expert In charge
of our Oriental Rug Section. The subject will be
"How to Know Oriental Rugs"
OX THK HKt OXD FLOOH.
During tbis week we will offer a quantity of rich Bllky
Khiva Rugs, ranging from 7 by 10 to 9 by 11 feet In Bize and
values to $200, for S128-
Also one lot of Iteiouchiatsjis, speriallr priced at
811.00 S14.00 818.00
Rattian Tma Servmd 3r30 to 6 O'clock
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
4H-4I6-4I8 Hoiitli lfith Street.
"SHIELD o, QUALITY"
! 'n ' ;
ft' 6. t:
25c "Reflex" brand, now 15c
35c "Welco" brand, " now 25c
The economy, efficiency and comfort of
Modern Gas Light depend upon the
mantle ! You cannot get , good light by
using inferior and inefficient mantles. For
this reason, we have determined to put
Welsbach and Reflex "Shield of QuaHtv
Mantles within thereach of every user of light.
Br Ihc "Shield ct Quality" oa ths hex, yon Isow tU Cassia
5m yoar Dmalmr or Cas, Company To-dmy
l vCa,t IX Hssai J
Whenyou Jtizoztf Gas Lightipg.you preferxt
Pull 11-4 slie. In plaids and plain
colors, also white. Always priced
at $6.00 a pair or more. Special
A Bargain in Comforts
Extra large sites; many are S0x90
Inches; pure white cotton fill
ins; stitched or tied; light, dark
or medium colors. Well worth
$3.00. Here is an excellent op
portunity to save over $1.00 on
Extra Large Size Double
Soft Napped and Wool Nap fin
ished. Gray, wtiite and tan. A
regular $2.50 value. Extra spe
per pair . .
Wool Single Blankets
Fine All-Wool filled Blankets for
large beds. Finished on both
ends to be used one on a bed.
Would sell in pairs at $3 00 and
are well worth it. White, gray
and tan, Wednesday,
Fine Quality DRESS PRINTS
A Grade Worth 6c a Yard American ami
Simpson's best goods. In indigo, light blue,
gray, black and white, and shirting styles.
On sale Wednesday, yard
Kimono and Dress Crepe
A beautiful assortment of neat ki
mono, wrapper and dressing
tacque designs; pebble weave:
perfect printings. IX Vie quality.
Special Wednesday, (
35-inch English Longcloth
Soft chamois finish for fini
underwear, women's skirta and
corset covers, 10c val
ues. Wednesday, yard.
. . YARD
In all the leading fall styles. Most
ly dark indigo and light blue
grounds; neat wrapper and
dressing sacque designs. 8c
value. On Bale Wednee- C
day, yard OC
72x90-inch Bleached Sheets
Made from fine quality 4-4 cotton ;
soft finish; 3-lnch hems. Heady
for hotels, rooming bouses, etc.
A 40c value. Wednes- OO
For Our Little Busy Bees
Tliis Beautiful Doll
will be given Free to the
Jittle girl, under 10 yrs.
of age, that brings or
mails us the largest
number of the doll's
pictures cuj out of the
Daily and Sunday Bee
before 4 p. m. Saturday,
This Coil's name ts Alloa.
Sbs Is as lnohss hlffh, has
light fcrowa hair and bine
srss, and Is btaatlfolly
Her picture will be in
The Pee every' day this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures
of Alice you can get,
and be .sure to turn
them in to The Bee of
fice, before 4 p. m. Sat-
If you don't win this Dollla.
turbans you can on nt
k. Onlv ons doll will ba
siven to any una person.
can tseo Alice at The Bee Of fide
43aO-iuch nicmched Pillow
from good atandard
hems. 10 He value.
Match Above Sheets
Bleached Muslin; well finished; 3-lnch