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THE RKK: OMAHA. FRIDAY, .IANTAKY 1. 101.7
Thursday, December 31, 1914.
LL SOCIETY is thinking nothing else or planning nothing else today
Abut' pleasant ay of ushering In the Nw Year.
. Wattli parties are most general for tonight. Dancing parties
Bre popular, but the theaters seem to be the favored places, fol
lowed by supper at cafe and tlub.
The Country club Ik making elaborate preparations for tonight's en
tertainment. About 300 members are planning to attend the affair. The
dancing will begin at K:3rt o'clock and the table d'hote dinner will be
served at 1 1 o'clock. .
The tea dansante lost something of its popularity during the last
months of 19 14,. but It has spoken for first place New Year's day.
Mr. and Mrs. C lement Chase are entertaining af: a tea dansante, from
4 until 7, for their daughter. Helena. .
Miss LoulM Planing' Is entertaining at a tea datixante in honor of the
Wolfe-Macros wedding party. This will be given ct the home of Miss
Dinning on South Thirty-seventh strvf. Thase two dannanteH promlne to
be the charming affairs of New Year's day and, needles to say, will be
MISS MABEL M'CAL
MONT, hospital consult
ant, is worth $50 a day to
the state of New York. So
the department of effi
ciency and economy has
decided, valuing her serv
ices in advising on tho con
struction of the big state
hospital in Poughkeepsie
at that amount.
Celebrate flew Year's Eve.
Hiss Marie Bteaart of Council Muffs
wtll entertain at a. supper-dance tula
evening at the Caantry club in honor o
the Wolfe-Macrae weMIng party. Covrs
will be placed for:
Mr. ana Mrs. J T. Ptewsrt
Mr. and lr. HaruM I'rln-liett.
t Bartlolt. -
Mcnlfi Uavla. .
Kllrabp.h tavl. u
Mi hired riuiler,
M.k.t? ' .
. Fr"! "nrkr,
Mr. an Mrs. Mushier Cotpetwr will
entertain at supper this evening at tl
Country club for:
Mr. and Mn. Olcnn Wharton. ' ..
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. lenrfe I'rlns.
Mtra Klliabeth ConsJon.
Mr. Ben Uallaaher. - '
A "Dutch treat" party this evening for
the Orpheum and supper at the Country
club will be made up y.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hedlck.
Mr. and Mrs. lxila itarUe.
Mr, and Mrs. .Oeorae ltedU'W.'
Mr. and Mrs. John Madden.
Mrs harlen W. Turner of Fremont.
Mr. Elmer BedUk.-
Another party which will attend the
Orpheum and later the table d'hote supper
at the Country club will be composed of:
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bums
Mr. and rM. John A. McHhene.
Mr. and Mra. W A. Kedlck.
Mrs. Arthur Remington.
Mr. Lawrence lirinkor.
Mr. and Mrs. David Baum will lve a
theater party, followed by supper at the
Country club. Their guests will e:
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. V. Howe.
JlUrturrt O. Bitum. Msrl-m Howe,
lArtr.an Benrker. llohert Howe.
Mr. and Mrs.. Balph Triers will give an
Orpheum narty4 this evening. Later the
guests will Join a Hutch treat" supper
party at the Country cluh. With Mr. and
Mrs. Peters wilt be:
Silas Elisabeth llckens.
Mr. Kenneth l'atterson. ,
Mr. Ware Mall.
Mr. Roger Keellne will alve a boa
party thla evening at the Orpheum for
the Wolfe-Macrae wedding 'party. His
euestJ, who will attend the Ptewart aup
per at the Country club will be:
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Btewart.
anJ patronesses were Mr. ami Mrs.
Everett Burkina-ham, Mr. and Mra. per
rlgo, Mr. and Mra. A. I rtrs and Mr.
and Mrs. 1). K. Knilth. Those present
Misses ' .Y!lse- ' '
'lHlys Hohcrlmin. Iri-thy Klpllnrer,
M'weuce Hohh, llHrrlel Ch.ippln,
Mildred li t,.ri'-. Iiorothv Ilnllinch,
Dorothy fa,vanuah.lVlla Mallnn of f
r.eanor McOllton, Wahoo,
i:i Ktors. Hetrl,.e Mrks of
KHthenne Davenport Lincoln
MUdle-l TooIm. I.nta Itnhliln.
Winnie Porter, .N'arda coit,
nrenra Kuase, Ituth McCoy.
UMoil.y Myers. Gertrude Donovan,
KMxnheth Murlevant Mai the Nnhle,
'iiTtrudf Owin. Kvelyn Keel,
I.llllim Chapmnn, ' Kilim Itlley
Helen siicpnrd, Hornier- Nllen.
OrM'V (irnke, I'lorence Ullcy. '-
Helen Dimler. " Morion KiinhhoiiScr,
Francpg Wntermnn,. Jnecr Alien.
fnrii)vn HolriKikilm, Jltniletiit Hrexel, .
jiaraarei inmls. t Itarlotte Medwell,
Helen. Jnhnaon, ' .
Helen Kcklea of
Pllth leder -
, Anne.hele Hlnolalr,
I'hoebe Folaom, ,
Iiulde Bedwell, .
. Floreni e Bedwell,.
Thonipaon Wekeley, R. li, Hyde,
Wyman Hubhlna. Maurleo lxximis,
henyon Smith, Hay Bradley,
Kuncell I'etera, Kflnar WeutrveU.
Holier! Dui'klnlhim (;nrn Ullav
Kdward Chemberlln, Harry .Mnold,
Baymond Durkee, ,
W ayne Hoi by,
Kalph fowell, -.lohn
Malcolm Baldrige. I Jtwrence Ortman,
William Hay nee,
no nnru -e)ers.
Kooeit TallHjtt, ,
H. H. McVlcker.
Walter Chamherlln. Hpencer Kilnt.
Ucrnle Holimiulat. Jamea Oardiner,
. l-oul DIonlnK,
)aymonl I .owe,
1 red Cliuke.. .
One of the. line parties this evetitnf at
the Orpheum will Include:
Mr. and Mrs. Harold JUtchetl.
:incalMth Davla ' Menl Duvl.
Meeara. i . .Mennrn.
M Martlett. WUUrd Butler,
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Loomls will give
a supper at the Country club thla evening
for their gueat, Mli-a Klorence Uedrtne of
Cleveland. Covers will be placed for:
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Oordan.
Mr. and Mrs. Looinle.
Vlorenoe Oeddne., Martha Dale,
MeeJira '. Meaare
John liOotixla. W arren Brecken
Alexander l-oomls. ridge.
A dutch treat supper at the Country
club tonight will be rompoeed of;
Mr. and Mra Charles I".. Mets.
Mr. and Mrs. Italph Pctera,
Mr. and Mra. Ben Wml,
Mlaa Ellslelh llckcna.
Mr. Kennel h J'alc raon.
A eta party tonight at the Country
club will be made up by:
Maeara. t Messrs.
Varrf Hamtlton, Herbert Connell,
John Cbailwlik. Newman Beitaon.
Arthur Klotm. .
I 'avid llei vey,
Ml hard Jonea,
CI i arte U a nil pee,
H. P. White
1. W. KsKers. .
John HraiuilKan, ,
. Stephen McDonald,
I la nil 1 Thomas,
Roiemere Lodre Home Party
A imuvc party will be given over New
Vear'e at the country home of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles All!son, Roaemere lodge, at
i Calhoun. Tho guests left on the 2:'li
I o'clock train this afternoon and will re-
turn" hnuie Friday noon. The party will
I III' In Jc
Kmlljr Ki ller.
Mnry l ullrr.
of Phil tdelphia.
KeKlnu l oniicll
Kay Ml i la re.
Pdwsrd Dauglirty Phillip Chave,
Jai via Offuil,
KrUa Bui holt.
Watch Parties Tonight.
.Alias i-lliel nel will entertain at a
watch party thla evening at her home
in honor of Miaa Gladys Kloka of Un
coin, uot of Miaa Carol K"enne. Chr at
mas decorations will he need and the
evening will be spent In games and mualc
Thoae preaent will he:
Cllailva Klnke. Carol Kuen:ie,
arpare toitin, I ucy tar'io,
2 o'clock at the home of the bride, SU
North P.lghteenrh street. Only near
lelatlvea were preaent at the ceremony.
Mr. and Mra. Bomemeler will be at
borne In Alvo, Caaa county, Nebraska.
At the Orpheum Theater.
-Mr. and Mra. i H. Tate entertained at
an Orpheum theater party Wednesday
evenmg; in honor of their daughter, Mlsg
Katherlne Corey, who Is home from Bt.
Msry s academy at O'Neill. Those pres
Katherlne Corry, Marte n Hons.
Floreni e Dow, Martha Fmalley.
Jrsn I ow,
j Mr. and Mrs. U H. Tate.
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority en
tertained at luncheon at the Commercial
club today. A number of out-of-town
immtxrs were present. Covers were
.1. K. Morileon,
Fsl'h Ie Unci,
The eraduatlng class of 1914 of the
Omaha Hlli acliool, was entertained on
Wedneedav evening; at a taffy-pull at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Marry Eastwood.
The rooms were decorated with orange
and black, the elaas colors, and thoae
present were: , t
On Ire Do vey
Charlotte Bf -Jwell,
l.ula Mae Coe,
Eva Mill) r
About thn-ty, members f the Vounr
set will be present. . , ..'.-
Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Fairfield" will give
a dancing party 'this evening; at their
home In honor of Miss Wynno and Mlaa
Betty Fairfield. iThe rooms will he dec
orated with Christmas, greens and red
roses and about', sixty gum I a will , be
present. t, . , 1
Mr. and Mrs. ChurW-s K. Mayer of
Lincoln announce ' the -engagement of
their daughter, Mlaa Jeanette, to .tr.
Herbert F. Arnateln of Omaha. Nd date
has been set for the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Crosby entertained
Tuesday- evening at their home. Their
guests were; ..... ,
' Mr. and Mre. U. M; Croaaniun.
Mr. and Mra. C. 11. Muxwcll.
Mr. and Mrs. I7 B Compton.
Mra. Florenua Chi-iatlansen.
Mlnsaa Mlaaea '
Lui-lle Dodder,- Fein Schonborn,
Alice Ramednh), , Dorothy B-honborn,
Kdna Hartlctt, Janhel Ostenlierg of
Adali Klopp, Mead, -
Florence Hathaway, Liilu Murtagh.
Messrs - Messrs.
Arthur Murtagh. 'William Oatbreath,
Itnz Harris, Urrno Dodii-4.
Mr. and Mra; P. M. Lango entertained
the .dlcnn, Parlt Card club at their home
Moudey eve n Inf. Three tables were
placed for the -game. Prises wore wen
by Mrs. r. M. Lange and Mr,. W. Janke.
Mrs Murray waa the guest of the club.
The members preseht were: '
Mr. and Mra. R. Weir. .'
Mr. and Mre. W. Janke.
Mr. and Mrs, O. Hofmunn. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Scldl.
, Mr. ami Mra. B. Mini'.
Mr. and Mra. Roy Ralph entertained
at bridge Wednesday cevalng for their
guests, Mr, and Mra. Charles Owen Run
dall of Kvanston, HI. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Owen Rundall.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webater,
Mr. and Mra. Norman Tyaon,
Dr. and Mra. J. B. lUli-b.
Mr. and Mra. Jeromn Arpelquiat,
Miaa Florence Deverell.
To Honor Miss McGilton. 1
Miss Eleanor McOllton, who Is home
from Smith college for the holidays, will
be honor guest at a bob-sleigh party,
followed by a dance at the home of Mlaa
Harriet Kherman this evening. Preced
ing these affair Mlaa McOllton will be
entertained at dinner at the home of
Mlaa Urate Slabaugh, when covers will
be placed for: .
Misses . Misses-
Rleanor McOllton, Grace Blabaugh.
Morton Wakeley. Will Kllet,
The gueata at the. sleigh party and
dance will Include: .
I. a ura Ax ford.
I, onlne Raabe,
Columbus Club Dance. '
The Columbus club entertained at a
dancing- party Tuesday evening; at Metro
politan' hall. The following- were present:
were used as the table decoration and
covert were placed for.
Oeraldlne .tnhtisnn. Dorothy Klpllnger.
Florence Blley, Beatrice Johnson.
Hasel t'pdlke, Dorothy Cevanaugh.
Dancing Parties Tonight.
The Coronado elub will entertain at a
dancing' arty tonight at Chambers'
McKlnley lodge and ladles' auxiliary
f B'nal B'rith wtll celebrate New Year's
eve with a dancing party at Metropoli
The Rajah elub will give a dancing
party at Turpln'a academy thla evening;.
Luncheon for Mrs. Baum.
Mrs. John A. McPhane entertained at
luncheon today In honor of Mrs. J. E.
Baum of Philadelphia. Lilies of the
valley were used as a table centerpiece
and covers were placed for:
Mesdames Mesdamee .
J. K. Baum. - Herman Kountse,
F. P. Klrkendall, Arthur Hemlnirton,
F. A. Brogan, W. A. C. Johnson,
Mrs. Leonard Abercromble and Miss
June Cox of Houston, Tex., are the
guests of their sister, Mrs. Charles O'Neill
Rich, and Dr. Rich, for the holidays.
Mr. Hugh Weed returned to 8t. Louis
Punday. Mrs. , Weed will remain with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Totter, for
a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tyson of Benson
will entertain at a family dinner Sunday,
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rundall
snd Mrs. and Mrs. C. O. Rundall of
Evanston, 111.; Mr. William Rundall of
Lincoln end Mr. Lester Stephens of Chi
Miss Nell Carpenter will entertain the
membera of the hlish school class of 19ng
Saturday evening at their seventh annual
reunion. Mlxs Carpenter will be assisted
by Mies Minnie Pratt, the president of
J. J. Houlton. .
C. F. lUley.
W. A. 1-ea.ry,
XX r. Cullen,
J. E. Fltspatrlck, .
C. J. McDonald,
1 -a lira Bruch,
T. P. Curran,
F. J. Rossback,
M. B. Otlffln,
F. J. Collins,
A. A. Arnold. '
K. J. Waters,
W. W. Hoye,
Y.. W. Harklmt,
J. . Pulllvan, .
J. - Orinsby.
The Harmony club will
thla evening at. a watch
home of Mr. and Mra.
Those .present will be:
Messrs. and Mesdames
.i. j,. Maker. k. n.
R .1. Dinning. 8 H.
t. R. Kelley. ; J. W.
O. B. Bates, ... D. V.
J. F. Dale, H. M.
Norrls Brown, P. A.
F 8. McCoy, A. W.
W. s. Bt-lby, i !
Luncheon at Omaha Club.
Miss Dorothy Cavanaugh, daughter of
Mr., and Mra. M. W. Cavanaugh, gave
a luncheon Wednesday at the Omaha
club. The luncheon waa followed by an
Orpheum- party. American Beauties
party at the
D. V. Bholea.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Louise Flanders of Denver is vis
iting at the heme of Mrs. W. W. tfrigor.
2224 Dodge street.
Mrs. Theo. Oavctt ot St. Louis Is visit
ing: at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Bllngerland.
Mrs. Edward Pottelger and son, Charles
Edward, of Odebolt, la., are spending- the
holidays with Mrs. Fottelger's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Boyce, at their home
at. 31S2 Amea avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Ke.itnef are visiting
at the home of the latter'a parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Slingcrland. It is the ex
pectation of the Keltnera to remain in
Omaha several weeka. ,.
Registering at the Hotel McAlpIn, New
Tork. from Omaha during the last week
have been Mr. Edgar D. Hurford, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Llpkln, Mr. H. R. Miller.
Miss Mary Cooper la In Chicago, the
ruest of Mrs. Madeline Burtner Haselett,
first asalstant to Challff of the well
known dancing academy In New York.
Miss. Camellia Chase left Wednesday
evening- for Chicago, after spending- the
holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Clement Chase. Miss Chase Is doing
secretary work, under Miss Jane Addams
of Hall House, Chicago.
LICENSE MONEY IS TO
BF RETURNED TO HEIRS
The saloon license of Oscar Johnson, 703
North Sixteenth street, was revoked by
the city and the license money ordered
returned to Johnson's relatives, for two
days after the granting of the license
Johnson died. ' '
WOMAN IS HELD IH
WHITE SLAYE CASE
Mary Denton, Arrested at Toledo, is
Wanted Here for Bringing Girl
to This City.
BENNETT IS-' NOT WANTED
Faraaer Oauka Mas Haa lka He
Had AathlatT te Da with' TV kite
Slave Charge . . . Woaaaa Had
Evaded Her Bead.
TOLEDO, O,. Dee. . Special Tele
gram. Mary Denton. 40, for twenty-five
yeara a resident ot Columbus and a fu
gitive from justice, waa arrested by
Hugh . Bartley, deputy United States
marshal, Wednesday, charged with white
She was arrested at 1706 Adams street,
where aha and M. H. Bennett of Omaha
were living together aa maa and wife,
being- registered as Mr. and Mra Buck.
Bennett recently built several lanre
building at Columbus.
Mrs. Denton Is charged with trans
porting Eva Hlle from Columbus to
Omaha for Immoral purposes in August.
She waa Indicted In Septembet by the)
federal grand jury of the United Btatas
district court at Omaha, Charlea K.
Fuhrer of Grand Island and another aon-ln-lw
of Bennett were Induced to ar
range a $2,000 bond for Mra. Denton. She
jumped thla bond and fled with Bennett
to Toledo, arriving here In October.
Fuhrer and hla brother-in-law traced
the runaways to Toledo as a result of re-
reipt of telegrams from a Milwaukee
firm urging Bennett to superintend con
struction work. They arrived in Toledo
Tuesday and instituted search for Ben
nett anA Mrs. Denton. ' Marshal Bartley
succeeded In locating the pair and ef
fecting the arrest of the. woman,
She admits Eva Hlle accompanied her
to Omaha In August when she went west
at the Instigation of Bennett, but denies
being a white slaver. No plea to the
charge agalnat her was entered by Mra.
Denton when arraigned before Frederick
W. Gaines, United States commissioner,
late Wednesday. She went to jail In de
fault of 12.000. Her hearing is set for
Saturday noon. John '. Pratt, aaslstant
county attorney, wired for a eopy of the
Indictment. : '
- Eva Hlle Is said - to have deserted a
husband and two small children wben
she went to Omaha with Mrs. Denton.
Fuhrer will remain here to urge extra
dition of . Mrs. Denton. ' Hla brother-ln-law
left for Omaha Wednesday night.
Sea a-h t by BoaeHsHT Conapeusjr.
United States District- Attorney F. S.
Howell says that the arrest of Mrs.
Denton waa the- result of efforts of the
Lion Bonding and -'Surety company and
the relatives of Bennett, to trace-her and
Bennett, Prosecutor Howell waa going to
have the 11.000 bond declared' forfeited,
when the bondsmen moi Bennett's rela
tives offered . to find the fugitive and
atand all . expense if alio wind additional
time, or else to forfeit the bond If they
failed after making such effort.
The bond waa given by the bonding
company for Mrs. Denton's appaaranoa
before) tho September grand jury, after
she had been held to the grand jury by
the United k State commissioner, who
gave her a preliminary hearing last Au
gust. The woman disappeared, before) the
grand Jury indicted bar..
Girl ItUI Here. .
. Eva BteL the girl for whoaa transporta
tion to Omaha Mra. Denton waa Indicted,
Is said to be working as a wsltress In
Omaha at the present time. Attornev
Howell dec lares she has only one ch-M
Instead of two and that she did not deerr
her husband, as the Toledo dlspatc ,
When extradition proeeed'.nss are com
pleted at Toledo, Mra Denton win be
brought to Omaha for trial, Mr. Howell
says, and win be prosecuted under the
Mann art. Bennet, the former Omahen.
with whom she was living In Toledo, Is
not wanted here, the authorities say. He
waa arrested her originally with the
woman, but waa released after the pre
Be.aaett Uveal Her.
Bennett is Mose H. Bennett, who lived
In Omaha at the Boquet hotel and wa
employed by tho Fairmont Creamery
company for some time as superintendent
of construction work and Installation of.
machinery at the various plants. He left
last September, about the time Mrs.
Denton Jumped her bond. Officers of the
Fairmont firm declare that Bennett was
not concerned In the alleged white alave
matter In any way, nd haa always had
a good reputation.
The eons-ln-law of Bennett are said to
have netped ' locate Bennett and the
woman, la order U clear Bennett's
daughters, their wlaa af any stigma re
sulting from Bennett's connection with
the case. They assert that although Ben
nett has been living with Mrs. Denton,
ho had nothing whatever to do with the
alleged - white slave case.
Y. M. 0. A. Holds
New Year's Night
The following program of muslo will be
given In the Auditorium of the Touna
Men's Christian as sortition Friday even
ing at 8:15. in connection with tho annual
reception and open house:
March In Close Array Sharp
Soprano SoloA Birthday Woodmsn
Miss Helen Howell.
Ever Be Happy, from the Enchantress.
Association Olee Club.
Soprano obllgato by Mra. Roy Flanagan.
Mr. Hugh Wallace.
Solos (for cornet and baritone) The
Song that Reached My Heart.. .Jordan
Mr. Knudsen and Mr. Dubansky.
Hearest Thou Mattel
Association Olee Club.
Mrs. Hugh Wallace.
Refuge, (a medley ot sacred songs)
The Lost Chord .Sullivan
Association Olee Club.
March Lion Heart ...Billings
The Association Band, which is con
ducted by Mr. A. A. Wedemeyer, will
also give an Informal concert from 7:15
to S o'clock tn tho lobby. -
MIDLAND GLASS AND PAINT
COMPANY MEN BANQUETED
A banquet for sixty of the employee of
the Midland Glass and Paint company
waa given Wednesday evening at the
Rom hotel. Frank; W. Judaon, manager
of the concern, noted aa toaatmaster and
distributed little Chrtatmaa remembrancer
to thoee present. A number of good fel
lowship talks were given and among the
rrasknrs ware W. B. Baxter,. W. "V.
ai r w lr vl- T n eAU-,. . v 1 1
Ward and Benjamin Bwansoa. Vocal se
lections wars sung by Messrs. Schuller
The feast terminated a four-day con
vention that had been la progress for
the salesmen of the company.
Be Want Ads Produce Results.
fsawe.sasBjrMiWf'M f,)sjl l ii.tititaayasg. wwejrP,
'in i ' t nnnTunr in"i V--. .-- ' - -..M....1.,i.yM.J.
With the School Set.
iruo14 lliakoy Is librae frunt Uie Uni
versity of lllinoi, whcie he la studying
tnecHantral englnct-rint. .' I
Phillip Sonea, who rpetit I be holld'US
with his , parent. Vf. kiuf Mia." J. M.
Jones, 0l return .to, the 1'nlverelty bf
Nebraska Fundav. ' '. ' ' -
Barton Js'h, who has been borne for
the holidays,' lll return to Denver Tues
Miss Call ftuward ot Lhicoln hi holne
for the hullday vacation.
lwlght Kmiis is home from Ames Agri
cultural colli kc for the holidays.
At Pr&irie Park.
The annual 1'rsirie Talk 'children's
Christmas party was given by lite women
of the Needlecraft guild at the club houae
'Tuesday afternoon. The ' parlors' Werv'
elaborately decoruu-d with holly, svsiw
lireea and mUltrioe and the children eu
Joyed games of various kinds. About
aeventy-tle, children were present. ' The
committed tn cttarge ot the arrangements
consisted 'of Mrs. B. J. aVannrll, Mra
A. A, WedemevW, Mra. R. C. ConU-y and
Mrs. B. Q. King.
Bridge Meeting- 2"ntponed. - ,
The New Year s iiitx-ling of the Ii'rMay
Auction Bridge cul had fcven vuettxjued
vintfl January If. Mr. 'einl- Mrs. C. 'K.
MeJVea Hjili eiterlaln the lubvit that
date. '. ' J 1 ' . . .
. .. tv..: . , .;
Lei Hiboux Vincnf Party.
The Les Iilhoux club' of the Cent isl
lliitx chf;vl.,Tve it rlifhth annual
Uotlnj; iiari y at the Rome hotel hal)
room Vedenadiiy ev.-nlnK. The hull was
decumled la the ilub iuloi!jr aid
tUt.k--nd a Utkc oal hung at one end
itf lti Lull room. Many of the ruuplcsf
)jrM-ut icr univeiitliy fulka now atM-nd-U'i
lUe huliUsys at home. The patrons
Dwubt 'hae. ,.
Harry Mem Id. '
Walla. Ueri ir.
. Vesta chapter.
.Mrirlon I'rown. .
of .'hli'iwc. .
James liiittWell . .
Order of tlw i Eastern
ttar,: will give a card rarty and dance
ac .Hie Masonh) temple- lonllit. . High
flvo nj wlitt will he th rani Kme.'
Mlsa Adah Klopn will entertain sixteen
guesis at a yrau-h party at her home In
Dundee, flis evening. '
Dr. and Mrs. I P. I-e Itt and Miss
Anna ' Jenkins left Thursday to Send
the a Inter In Loo-Angelee, Cel. . . '
With the Younger Set.
Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Davla a 111 enter
tain at a dancing party thla evening at
their home for their eon Herbert, who
Is home from Cornell for the hs!'.2.ys. !
'W yman Kobblns,
idsoa Siiulres, ...
1 Ilea nor Austin,
Mrs. T. Roiue.
Rev. and Mis.- F. Ostertas announce
the marriage of their daughter, Clahio
A..to Mr. Herman L. Bornomeler, which
was .celebrated .Wednetay afternoon at
. WELLINGTON CAPE
1H17 Kariiam Ht.
Sortea a Special
NEW YEAR'S DINNER
ri-um 12 t 3 and t t H P, M.
Kqual to dinners served else
where for 11.00 or $1.60.
Wait for :
Our January Clearance Sale of
BEGINS MONDAY, JAN. 4th
. Lac Curtaina, Curtain Materials, Upholstering Materials
and Draperies of all kinds at astonishing reductions.
- VS . UiuKlneda af gift piece
13KIC-A-BRAC wmMl rvila,tluns
Moiulay, Jan. 4th. '
5for Clofd all Jay Nw Year' Day
Orchard & Wilhelm Go. .
Closed All Day Friday (New Year's Day)
THE PEOPLE OF OMAHA will read with pleasure that our husiness for the year
1914 showed a very big increase over our business for the year 1913. This success
means to us that we have measured up to the expectations of the people of this city
and surrounding territory who patronize us so generously almost unanimously.
This will be an inspiration to us to make still greater efforts. The people of Omaha
take just pride in the lirandeis Stores. There is not a parallel to these stores in any other
city pt the size of Omaha. The Immensity of our Stores, the Completeness and Variety of
our Stocks and the high efficiency of our service is the wonder of commercial men who
visit Omaha. The Brandeis Stores speak well for Omaha. They typify the thriving spirit
that is characteristic of Omahans and Nebraskans generally. The. Brandeis Stores are
usually compared with the very best 6tores of New York and Chicago. That there should
be such a large and well-equipped merchandising institution in the City of Omaha carries
an inference of wealth and progress for Omaha and Nebraska.
That the year just dawning be one of prosperity, peace, happiness and health for all
U our fondest wish, and to our array of faithful employes, whose loyalty has been our
strongest help in achieving our success, we extend our sincere appreciation.
We will start the new year with a merchandising event that will benefit every home
in Omaha and for hundreds of miles around: .
Our JANUARY WHITE SALE
. It will bp the bigcest in our history, so far as quantity of merchandise is concerned,
but what is far more important to all is the fact that we have brought the immense pur
chasing power of our stores here and in New York to bear upon prices, and by buying
in enormous quantities we have obtained concessions that will mean considerable saving
to the people, who wait for this 6ale every year to stock up on all white merchandise.
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