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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1914)
THK HKE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, N'OVEMIiKU fi. l')N.
CARTOONS ARE EDUCATING
Dean Fordyce cf Nebraska Uni Telli
Teachers to Bead Pictures.
DEVELOP THE ARTISTIC TASTE
On Oar f'ovenbcr
ACT QUICKLY !
It you wish to save
$100 ts $150
On a fclch-rra.de Piano. Soma
of those Instruments are discon
tinued styles. Othra slightly
;sed. but all In Al condition,
fully guaranteed from 10 to 25
16.00 sends one to your home,
with Free Stool and 8carf.
$550 Hardman Up
JWoo Steger & Sons
t27$ Richtcr Upright. $145
S.1SO Franklin Upright $175
$3oh Schmoller . &
Mueller Upright . . $150
$300 Davis & Son Up
$450 Emerson Upright $2SO
$250 Hazelton Upright$ 95
$400 Schmoller &
Mueller Upright. . ..$198
$350 Emerson Upright.$ 75
$400 McPhail Upright.$290
$400 Steger & Sons
$3oo Hamilton Up-
$300 Wagner Upright.$148
$500 Steger & Sons
$800 A. B. Chase
m Grand .........$275
$3.50 a Month Rents' a Good
Schmoller & Hlsr
..... Piano Co.
, 1311-13 Farnam St.
Oldest Piano House In the West
i By MELLIFICIA. Thursday, November 5, 1914.
I HE ever up-to-the-moment east Is Introducing the first "Fashionable
TFete" of the Committee of Mercy, which Is to be held at the Rlt
Carlton In New York City. There the popularity of tens and debut
l parties Is on the wane and the whole aortal world sees a complete
) surrender of pleasure to philanthropy. (Why not add politics just for a
1 noticeable combination of three p's?)
j Society and charity Is two-fold the country over. The hue and cry
of fhe needy at borne and abroad Is making Justifiable, aa well as strenuous
demands, on maid and matron's time. It Is as Impossible to get away from
; bazars and benefits as It Is from war and suffragettes. Each day brings
an addition of sewing clubs to the calendar, at which time the stitches fly
i thick and fast from "knitters" for the soldiers or bazarltes.
i rariiih Aid society of Trinity cathedral ts sewing every Wednesday for
' the Christmas bB7.ar. to be held the first week In December. ,The Altar
guild of All Saints' church Is active in plans for a similar affair, but have
not yet decided on the date.
Then there Is the Creche dance for Noveiubcr30. and the Child Saving
institute benefit for November,. 30, and a recently organized "Cour" Willi
put on some charity event under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus,
to be held In their club room December 2. We may all be benefit craiy,
but what does it matter. Just so the slippery dollar is charmed away from
! its coffer and swells the bag of sweet charily.
" You never tasted
daintier, lighter, fl
..j ticults than .those
baked with Calumet
- good dtlic ious.
For Calumet ia
cures twrfect u t-,Yv ifi,
- . im
r , baking.
HIC11LST AWARDS I
' f asfe Eapealtina,
J . .S-Ja la. 'C 11 .11' 1 LJT .m
Oerrille-Reache in Omaha.
The evtnt of Inlfrrat for the remaining
few days of th wK Is the Heache con
cert at th Auditorium Haturda evenlnf.
Milamc Uervllle-IWche l lnteretln
convrrtatlon for all musical lovers. It
has been two years sine this artist was
henrd In Omaha, and a general Interest
Is bolna taken In this enaaKemeiit.
In private life Msdame 11 esc he Is Mrs.
(Write 'Olbler Itfcmbaud. wife of Dr.
rtumband, head of the I'astaur Institute
In New York C'll. Her beautiful home.
In New York and her two little children
are an especial Interest In her life.. (
Dr. f. W. Pollard ff Omaha Is a per
sonal friend and classmate of Dr. Rum
baud. Those, who will entertain at bx parties
for this concert are: 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. Will Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Hamilton!
Mr. aad Mis. F. P. Klrkendsll.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. .Inslyn.
Mr. and Mrs. t F. Profoot.
Mr. and Mrs. YV. A. Frer.
Mr. snd Mrs. John T. Yalen.
R. 8. Hall. T. U Klmbsll.
J.lno parties will be Riven by:
Mr. snd Mrs. A. P. Pnillh.
Mr. and Mr. lnvld Ilniim.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mots.
Mr. and Mrs. Murk t'oad.
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Ueorae.
Mr. and Mrs. Hum Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. G. If. Tunnlrlif fe.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. V'li ki aliani.
Mr. and Mrs William Newton.
Mr. and Mrs. John- Hsnnlster.
Mr. and Mrs. Mefihrr :olvti or. . .
Mr. and Mr. F. J, Norton.
-Mr. and Mrs. Myron learned.
Mr. and Mis. I'nul H nasi a nil
Mr. and Mr. F. J. FltcurrsUI.
Mr. snd Mrs. K. 1(. hi nil.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meis.
Mi. snd Mrs. F. H. I)nvl.
Mr. snd Mr. J. M. Iiaiisliorty.
Mr. atfil Mra. louclu Welilnn.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Fairfield.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. llets.
Mr. and Mra .1. T. Stewart. Id,
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Klnaler.
Dr. and Mi. Char-lea O Kcll Rich.
Ir. and Mrs. J. k Lord.
Mr. snd Mrs. Henry W. Yates,
W. 8. Bhann.'n,
W'ataon K. HrulUi.
W. K. Foppleton.
Large Reception Today. !
Mrs. J. F. Carpenter, Mrs. Gilbert Car
penter and Mliis Marlon Carpenter nave,
a reception th!s tftrmon at the) home
of Mrs. J. F. Carpenter to Introduce Mrs.
llsrry Carpenter, o recent brldV. Th
living room where the gueats were ro-
ceived was"rteoi ated with huge bunches
of chrysanthemums. Punch wos served
here by Sllsa Nell Carpenter. Ths din
ing table had an attractive) centerplecs
of Klllarney roses, and here coffee wan
served between toe hours of 3 and & by:
John Mrlnuld,1 .?. H. Duinnnt.
O. VV. Noble. mucs Mcf ayoen.
Assisting through the rooms were:
H. ii. Ktretght.
J. O. Phlllppl.
I. VV. 'Hrpentcr,
C. W. Kvan.
A. I.. Patrick.
A. Arter, s
irk. trtA-Vlm luK mm l-a flitll .nM.il
and cabaret at the ' Diets vlub Monday
evening. Thoae present were:
Mi aaisi i
P. K l.-vnnc.
Dr. II. Urantnil-.
K. II. Ward.
J. J. MrMahnn,
Dr. N. II. Attwond,
. I,. Oreenfleld,
II. It. Miller.
J. T. Moss.
Clarence Hall, .
A. I.. l.lrrK
C. M, Tex,
C. A. Parton,
ll. Conkllna, t
Kensingcn Club Meet.
The Deborah Franklin Kensington chib
alii meet Tuesday afternoon at the homa
of Mrs. C, C. Howe. This i-lnb meets
the sreond Tuewtay of earh month and
Mis. Iterths OtUschmann Is ths presi
Miss Evelyn Hopper's concerts at the
Krandeia are always Interesting after
noons and very popular with society peo
ple. This afternoon Miss Hopper pre
sents Mr. Ueorge Hamlin, who' is well
known to Omaha audiences ant la a
strong drawing card always. Those en
tertaining at line parties this arternooa
A. W. Jefterts,
F.. U Burke.
K. H. Corrlgan,
W. H. Dos.
J. M. Metcalf,
J J. Ilautghen.
C. W. Hamilton,
J. M. Baldrlge,
C. C. Oeorse,
B H. Davis, i
A. D. Dunn.
F. W. Clarke,
W. J. Foye.
K. J. Pitacerald.
Ben Q alls her.
Mrs. Beulah plnolalr entertained at
luncheon, followed by a matinee party, at
the Boyd today. Mrs. Hncialr's guests
V. U. lenHeraou. Q. L. Oermaln.
Annie Ituaaell, suinacj ) J,
With the Visitor.
Mrs. Hookatra of Columbus. Neb.,
spent a few days last week the guest of
her sister, Mrs. G. Alesamirr Young.
Mrs. Philip Dert wf Maysvllle, Mi.. is
vlaltlug Mrs. Ceorga Covell and Mrs.
Mia Urara Cochran, formerly of Omaha,
but now living la Crete. Neb.. Is visiting
bt-r aunt, Mrs. 11. II. Allen. Miss Cochran
recently graduated from Graflon Hall
at Fon aVi Lac, Wis.
Mrs. Jsmes B. Hodge of Khelton, Neb.,
Is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
In and Oat of the Bee Hive.
Dr. .LcRoy Crummrr, who has been
east for the last three weeks, Is exported
home Sunday morning.
Georgo Babcock is
Killed in Elevator
, Shaft at Warehouse
George Bubcock, 717 South Seventeenth
treet, teamster for the Twin City Ex
press company, was killed Wednesday
sfternoon when he wss caught In an
elevator shaft at the warehouse of the
Jubilee Manufacturing company, 414
Fouth Fourteenth street. Police Surgeon
Foils responded to a hurry call, but the
unfortunate mail had succumbed before
medical aid could be given him
Surviving, bt-stdes Mrs. Pobcock, are
three small children. Coroner Crosby
took charge of the body and an Inquest
will likely bc'lield. There were no eye
witnesses to the tragedy and the victim
was operating the elevator at the time of
TWO MEN WOHK CLEVER
RUSE ANDGET BIG PURSE
Innley Zapata, a laborer from Chl
chko, enrnute home from Wyoming, lost
this niort'ln;r to n Pair of clever
thieves. Zatsln was on his way to the
depot when the two men passed him,
one following the other. The man In the
Irad dropped a pocketbook, which was
picked up by the second man. Both then
turned and accused Zngata of picking It
up and senrched Tilin.
When . thtsv . came to his own wallet.
they opened !tand Wcttiuj ted $105 In bills
and replaced the amount with a one-dollar
bill wlthouj their victim detecting tha
substitution. Then they admitted that they
were wrong, In accusing him of finding
the wallet and aiologlped. Half an hour
later Z.-tgata dUtr-overed his loss. '
peakrr rJajfs Osit F.ffeet of Illaa.
teatlons and t'ampllments
Dnaae Powell a ad Xell
How plrtures, cartoons and Illustrations
In newspapers and other periodicals help
to develop the artistic tsate wss told by
Desn Fordyce of the University of Ne
braaka tc a large gathering of teachers
at the Rome hotel.
The address of Mr. Fordyce was a plea
for more serious consideration of news
paper cartoons especially.
"A serious consideration of the Illustra
tions appearing In our literature from
day to day will do much to open our
eyes to the value of the cartoon and the
picture In rendering . aiore concrete the.
subjects Illustrated and In developing us
In the power to appreciate beauty every
where. The aim In acquiring the power
to appreciate these pictures, caricatures,
etc., Is to reach that achievement by
which we may Intelligently enjoy the
beautiful wherever It appears. Ths
world Is full of beauty unnoticed by the.
uncultured eye. The one whose aes
thetic tsstes have been cultivated enjoys
many qualities entirely unsren and un
felt by the untutored.
"Probably no aspect of present-day ed
ucation Is so neglected aa the aesthetic,
and yet no depsrtment of education is
richer In possibilities. Some of our youth
never become Interested In mathematics,
Some never In natural aclence, some
never In history, because nature has not
endowed them with capacity to grasp
these subjects, but all youth responds to
the beautiful In litersture, painting and
the fine arts In general."
During his address Dean Fordyce took
occasion to Illustrate his remarks by
showing several cartoons by Doano
Powell and Nell Biinkley, whose work
appears dally In The Bee.
"MADE IN U. 8. A." DESIGN,
You are educated to impart
knowledge to others.
We are educated to fit shoes
Don t miss seeing the shoe
erase of New York, Chicago
and Omaha The new
r-i n Mmmm -
l o mmm
V h - n L?mmtA
l en T a T A T f Sr-
Endorsed at recent "Madu In America"
conference. Conceived by Oscar A. de
Polo, a New York exporter and Importer.
on Display at the
A display of cartoons from rfrtlsts on
The .Bee and other Omaha newspapers.
Including caricatures from Chicago and
New York periodlcala. Is making an In
teresting exhibit at the Brandeis stores
for the visiting school teachers. There
are 300 specimens In the collection, some
In pen and ink, others In wash drawings,
and still others In colors..
For the benefit of school children, the
display will continue till Saturday even
ing, affording them an opportunity for
thoFe wishing to see original copies.
A newer Walk
Over style which
comes in all sizes
and width s
or gray top
at S5.00 n Sfl.00
Other grades at S3.50 nl S4
nttMlel made exclusively
WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
Sole Distributers of Walk-Over Shoes for Omaha.
317 South 16th Street
P. S. Phoenix Guaranteed. Hose for Men and Women.
Three Damage Suits j
from Auto Accidents!
Three damage suits, growing out of
auto accidents, have been filed In dis
trict court Two resulted from a collision
between a street car and an auto owned
and driven by a man named-"AVllsun of
Mlndcn. It happened iste at loSfiit at
Sixteenth and Castellar streets.
Cora Knepher and Nellie Parker have
brought sultn sgulnnt the street car
company, one asking ll.'.OOO and tho
other 5.000. The third suit Is by c. V.
Stsnsbeiry against Robert J. Tate and
his daughter, Nina B. Tstc. The plaintiff
o'leges that on July 4, at Calhoun, de
fendant's auto, driven by the young
woman, ran Into and damaged the Stans
btrry e.uto. Damuges of Jl.tOO are asked.
Chamberlain's Tablets. '
This Is a medicine Intended especially
for stomach troubles, biliousness and con
stipation. It Is meeting with much suc
cess and rapidly 'gaining In favor an I
populnrity. Ohtainuile everywhere. Ad
Fashion Hint A
CHURCH WILL NOT TAKE
HIS ELECTIVE OFFICE
One victorious candidate In the general
election will not tuke the office to which
ho has been elected, but will resign to
accept sn appointive one. He la George
W. Church, republican, who waa elected
ronstablo. ife has been appointed bailiff
of district court room No. J by Judge
Charles Leslie, and has announced that
ha will accept tha appointment rather
than the constable position to which ha
. Clean Bandages..
Don't 'have to be used very often when
you use Burklen's Arnica Salve; ssfe,
eur and heals quickly. . 25c.' All drug
HUNGERF0RD BACK FROM
Supervisor of Railway Mail Service C,
C. Hungerford waa In the city Wednesday
and visited tha local quarters at the fed
eral building. Mr. Hungerford has mario
the trip to the middle west for the pur
pose of arranging for the r.erv welshing
method to be installed In the third con
tract district, which com prises the terri
tory In the middlo west east of the Mis
souri and several Nebrsska stationa The
new method will be Installed next spring.
& We Advise
Tho Public of Omaba
and Vicinity of
Big Sales for
Read Every Item
Hoys' Sample Suits, Worth up
to $M.50 A very special pur
chase of about 150 suits. To
bo offered 8at- 0f QC
urday at p4s70
Jlen'a Shirts Worth up to
91.23 1.500 fehirta In. the
lot. Price CC
Men's Gloves More of. those
fine Adler and D. & P. sample
gloves, big purchase of i3.
000 pairs. Worth up to $4.00
a pair. Price qa ' '
Men's. Hat and Caps Entire
stock of the M. & K. Hat Fac
tory, 1404 Dodge Street, thla
city, to te sold In our Men's
. Store Saturday at
Less than 50c on the dollar
IVollar Sale "on Third .Floor
All odd pieces taken from our
Picture, Department, Art
Ooods, Jewelry, Draperies,
. . Fancy Linen Ooods, etc- Val
ues up to fs.oo. nn
Saturday at. ... . 4 J. sUU
Women's Gloves About 1.500
pairs; samples and over
stocks. Worth up to $2.00 a
pair. Sat- or
urday at OuC
Women's Trimmed Hata
Worth up to $10.00. Latest
Last to Leave
The new Dixie Flyer is the last Florida train to leave
Chicago each evening'. Faster time ca6 be made because of the direct
nets of tha Dixie Routs the route of the fewest twists and turns thai
reveals the grandeur of scenic southland. The logical train foe tha.
traveler of discrimination it the 1
NEW ALL STEEL
(ow Xa Bsrvice)
(Chicago and Eastera IlUaoia RaOread)
. i ' . ,
Magnificent steel equipment comprising observation ears, drawing
room sleepers and coaches. All meals served en route. Breakfast also
served before acrival at Jacksonville effective Nov. 15th.
l.Otaai, , Ar.Atk-t. aJa.B. (FWPwl ..
- Ar. Csattssaags 4-H.a.sv, (TastPsy) At. JatkassriUs IM a av tSssaas 0w)
Leaving Chicago every morning effective Jaa. 4, 1915 afford
ing the only one-night-on-the-road service to Florida.
Full information and descriptive liter
ature furnished on request. Write today.-
j. r. GOV AM
Geaaral Ageat, Passaager Dtrpartaeat
108 W. AdaaM Streai. Caicae
Li 1 I .A. e sa .v -s .
By Lt RAI 'OXTBl :.
This Luctlle model In tsrra colt aatm.
witb overt uulc and lousa bodice of black
K- Jed net, is extruinely mxluh and fol
lows tlto looe long lines so much In
igu this season.
mmjl ' "': ill
We are' pleased to
A gigantic sale
Regular Price $2.00 to $2.95
. a Yard.
40-Imli Rich Faille Kublinie
Hrocadea In street" and eve
40-liM-h Beautiful Printed
Vepe Canton With plain
I materials to match.
40-lnrh Smart Kilk - Ottoman
40-Inch High Cirarto (Tce de
Chine In street and evening
Velvets The Velvets
Widths up to 54 inches
values up to $3.00 yard.
all to he offered at
Worth up to $3.00 a Yard.
Kirh Fancy 27-Inch to 36-Incu
Ituulevard l)rea Velvets.
Imported English Pekln Stripe
CO-Inch Fancy Artificial Silk
Worth up to $3.00 per Yard.
Imported Poplin Weaves.
MaJinlsb English and Scotch
Heavy Ovne Suitings.
Roman and French Plaid
Suitings.' , .
Leaids jy offered."
The above is what the United States
Government announcement says about
Segregated Coal and Asphalt Lands in
Eastern Oklahoma, to be
. Sold at auction from
Nov. 16 to Dec. 2, Inclusive
Residence not required
385,000 acre to be told
Buyers have right to oil, gas and all other
minerals, except coal and asphalt.,
Coal mines in the district have an annual pay- .
roll of J3.000.000. Good markets for all farm
products. Agricultural lands in this tract will
produce corn, cotton, potatoes, alfalfa and all
other farm and truck crops.
Timber and grazing lands splendid, for live
stock production or fruit culture.
Lands appraised at from $1 to $25 per acre.
For full information, descriptive circular and advice as to how
to get maps and other data from the Government concerning
these land, address
J. S. McNALLY. D kmub Passenger Agent
HOCK ISLAND LINES
1323 Faroaaa Strst Pkene Douglas 42S
L. M. ALLEN, PasaMg r Traffic Manager
7 18 La Sails Station, Chicago
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