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TUB BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915.
Tuesday, January 12, 1915.
HAFFEXED across onj of the Chtraco pipers laat week aad apled a
little- comment of Interest to Omaha maids.
This Item annotated delicately on the fait of a little habit the
Chicago bachelors are getting Into of selecting their brldea from
"It seetna to be rampant among Chicago bachelor to seek their brldea
in other cities rather than their own.
Perhaps this Is because they want to cause a new sensation by intro
ducing to Chicago society an altogether ntw face.
4Iowever ardently the matrons of our etcluslTe circles bay welcome
these "alien" brides, it Is left to our wonder whether they approve alto
gether of having their own lovely bellee left on their hands.
The paragraph further referred to the recent engagement of Mr.
Robert Foraan of Chicago and Miss Elizabeth Congdon of Omaha, which
was announced in Omaha at the Congdon home Christmas day.
Amateur Musical Club.
The Amateur Musli'&l club met this aft
ernoon at the horn of Mrs. A. I. Root
The custa presrnt were:
Ortrhn MoConnell.Martaret MePheraon
If. P. Whltmwe,
W illiam Tlaster.
I A. C. Kennedy,
Joseph Barker, Jr..
T. J. Mahnnay,
f. B t'ajrlwall.
V. A. Haxter.
Mra I F. Crofoot tiea postponed her
luncheon planned for today until Thurs
day of this week.
Dinner and Theater Party.
Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Brady will give
an Orphcum party followad by a dinner
at their hom 'his evening In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Brady. The cuests
Manors, and Meadames
Entertains School Set
Mini Florence Riley entertained a few
frlrnds Monday evrntrjc nt her home
prior to leaving for school at Notre
Im, Ind. Red roars and greens were
used throughout the rooms and the guests
, Tvorothv Klpllngc-r,
Ruth 1 ,eur.
I (ieraldtne Johnson,
nt Council Bluffs, '
Alexnmler Pram-ford, I.oul Raff
' William Kelly.
j Frank Walker.
of Council Muffs,
, 1iiI Pvrll
, of Council Rluffs,
of Council Bluffs,
The marriage of Dr. Charles If. Newell
end Mlsm Ethel Kadcl was celebrated
Monday afternoon at o'clock at tha
parsonage of the Diets Memorial Meth
odist church. The Rev. C. N. Dawson of
ficiated. Dr. Newell Is associated In medicine
mlth Dr. A. P. Condon and Is a mem
ber of the staff of the Nicholas Benn
hospital. Miss Kailel was a nurse at
(Nicholas Senn hospital. Dr. and Mra
Newell have gone cast on a wedding trip
and upon their return will reside In
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. liFlls anwyinoa
the marriage of their daughter Caroline
to Dr. James WeHley Novak, which took
rlace Monday at Fremont.
At Prairie Park.
The Prairie Tark club gave their week
end party at the club house Baturday
evening. .Thoae present were:
S. P. Worsens,
C. H. Roaa,
T. V. Pennlsten. .
K. C. le.
U 1-, Carr.
V'reil W edemeyer,
A, 1 Oladwln,
John C. Rlttlnger,
Oeorffn V. Abbott.
Dancing Party Tonight.
The event of Interest to society today
Is the dancing party Which la to be given
this evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Dixon.
The ball room at the Dixon heme on
North Thlrtyvelghth street will bo elab.
orately decorated with Urge bunches of
red roses, palma and greens.
Mr. and Mra Dlaon'e guests win be:
Messrs. and Mesdam
B. M. Fairfield. Frank Hamilton.
J. K. Hummers, P. Will Hamilton. .
P. M Wllhelm. Harry Tukey.
Charles T. Koontse, Arthur Keellne.
I F. Crofoot,
W. H. Cowslll,
J. T. (He wart. 2nd.;
of OounMI Bluffs.
R H. Pnragtie,
R W. 11 arte
of Council Bluffs,
A. B. Warren,
O. C. Redlek.
A. V. Klnaler,
P. H. Oalnee.
F. A. Rrojan.
C. T. tUewart
of Council Bluffs,
A. U Reed,
Visa Daisy Doene.
W. Ka mam Smith,
C. W. Hull.
John P. Webster,
Menia 1 avl.
Charles E. Mets.
"lira bet h Pickens.
Cera Id Wharton,
C. J. Lord.
NEW CHEF IS ALL FRENCH
Hag Had the Honor of Serving Two
Crowned Heads at the Same
Time in Europe.
TO FINISH NEW HOTEL ON TIME
Posaesaed of the rare distinction of hav
ing served Kaiser William of Germany
and the late King Edward VII of Eng
land at the aame time, Charles Mayard.
who ha been a prominent hotel chef in
half a do sen countries, has now cofne to
Omaha to be "director du reataurant" at
the ll,OQO,on Fontenelle hotel, soon to be
"The very best cuisine layout of any
hotel I have ever seen." la the way he
expressed himself after Inspecting the
cafe and kitchen departments and equip
ment at the Fontenelle with President
Wllllum R. Birrbank. He is French
through and through, and Insists that his
name be pronounced "My-yard."
He cornea to Omaha front Hotel Onsn
dnga, at Syracuse, N. T., whers Mr. Bur
bank placed him at the opening of that
hostelry, while the latter whs manager
there. Before that Mr. Mayard was chef
at the Bt. Regla hotel. New York. Al
though still In his s, he has been "di
rector du restaurant'' at fine hotels In
Farls and Nice. France: Welsbaden, Ger
many; Palermo, Italy; Cairo and Alexan
dria, Egypt, and other places.
Decoratora are now busy on the public
rooms In the Fontenelle. When they com
plete their extensive work, shortly before
February IS, the big hotel will be prac
tically finished. Manager Vaughn of the
Pelden-Breck Construction company de
clares that Ms firm will turn ever the
finished building on or before that date..
A grand publl? opening of the Fontenelle
will be held two or three weeks later.
EDSON RICH TO SPEND A
MONTH IN THE SOUTH
F.d(on Rich, general attorney for the
t'nion Pacific, who has been ill for a
nnmber of days, Is so much better that
he has perfected plans for leaving for
the south next week, where he expects
to spend a month or so In New Orleans
and at Gulf resorts not far away. Mr.
Rich wa at his offlcea In the headquar
ters building a short time Mondsy afternoon.
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For House Guest.
Miss Helen Van Duaen gave a bridge
party this afternoon In honor of Miss
Louise Hupp' of Chicago, formerly of
Omaha. Mlsa Van Duaen entertained:
Mra. Chester Dudley, Council Bluffs.
McCague Surprised ,
at Lobeck in His
Attitude to Omaha
Much surprise was expressed by John
I McCague, chairman of the executive
committee of the Commercial olub, at the
Washington dispatch printed In The Bee
last Bunday saying that Congressman
Lobeck holds the buslneaa men of Omaha
to be taking little Interest In the reten
tion of the Indian warehouse here.
"Mr. Lobeck must know that the bust
nesa men here are very greatly Interested
la keeping the warehouse hers," said Mr,
"I am surprised that Congressman Lo
beck should make such a statement. If he
Is correctly quoted. The Commercial:
club sent two men to Washington to con
fer with the Department of Indian Af
fairs some weks ago on this' matter, and
we have been active all along. We feel
that the warehouse belongs her because
of Its proximity to the various reserva
tions and the accessibility to railway
Home Furnishings Sales!
The Brantlois Stores provide everything to furnislf and beautify the home
everything needed to make the home more comfortable and cozy and every
Wednesday we offer special values in these departments. Some of this week's
notable attractions are detailed here:
Ma.rJoiin 1 lowland,
Mr. and Mrs. eorge W. Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Conley.
Mr. and Mrs.. P. C, Haynss,
Mr. and Mrs. B. '!. King,
Mr. and Mra William U. 8tewart, Jr.;
Dr. and Mm, J. It Hell,
Mr. and Mrs. John K, Hlttinker,
Mr. and Mrs. Heott K. Heshtol,
Mr. and Mrs. Criarlca Neff,
Mr. and Mra. Guy H. Fumess,
Mr. and Mra. K. U. Play.
Mr. and Mra. P. I. Peterson,
Mr. and Mra. t. S. Felt,
Mr. and Mra William Krk,
lr. and Mrs. XV. B. Ktater.
Mr. and Mra P. XV. Fletcher,
Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Oakrs.
Mr. and Mrs. K. 3. Weherg,
Mr. and Mra Roas H. Hc.ird,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. C;chrat,
Mr. and Mrs. louls KVImS 1,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Wed. ineyar,
Mr, and Mra. F. It Hrataard,
-Mr and Mrs. H. H. lewia,
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hlckler,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Abtxilt.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pardun.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter U lilackett.
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Morris,
Mr. nd Mrs. A. P. Hunt,
Mr. and Mra. Kmil A. Lucks.
Mr and Mrs. Willis P. Crosby,
Mr, and Mrs. XV. A. Binlth, .
Mr. and Mrs A. P. Rawson, '
Mr. and Mrs. F. Keller,
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Backlas. '
Mr. and Mra. f M. Kent,
' Mr. and Mra. Thomaa C. Rich.
Creighton Medical Dance.
The Crelghlon Medical college will give
the fourth of a series of , six dancing
parttea this evening at Chambera' acad
emy. Future Affairs.
The Deborah Franklin Kensington club
wtir give a dinner Saturday evening at
the Rome hotel. Tha dinner will celebrate
the birthday annlveraary of Benjamin
Franklin. Musical selections will be given
during the evening by Mrs. A. I. Root,
Messra Harry Burkley and George Johns
ton. Mr. Clement Chase will address the
Miss Ada aad Mr. Harry Fleming en
- tertalned the (Social club at a birthday
party Bunday at their home. Those pres
With the Bridje Players. '
Mlsa Eugenia Patterson waa hostess to
day at the meeting of the Debutante
Bridge club. Mlsa Louise Dinning, Mlsa
Gillette of Bhertdan, Wyo.; Mrs. Ben
Wood and Mrs. Louisa Meyer were the
guests of tha elub. The members present
Frances Hoehstetler, Btella Thummell.
Alice Jaqulth. , Ann Glfford.
Lucille Bacon, Blanche Duell,
Marion Kuhn, Janet Hall.
Uieanur Mackay. Helen Clarke.
Mr. Walter Roberta entertained the
members of tha Tuesday Afternoon Bridge
N club today at Iter home. Those present
W. M. McCormlok.
Walter Roborts, .
Carter Lako Club.
The Carter Lake Swimming and Bowl
ing club entertained Monday afternoon
at the Farnam alleys. The high score at
this meeting was made by Mrs. W. J,
CatUn'a baud which waa 1,074. The
J. A. Freeland,
W. M, Oould, Jr.;
J. A. Dtmlck,
l A. Dermody,
F. W. Htroup,
A, J. Ptoreon,
L. A. Hogars.
M. N. Baasett,
8. Golds! rora.
R- O. Hlerman, '
II. L. Pnlerwood,
W. J. Cattln.
K I- Brailey,
Carl M. Johuaon,
Charles My era. .
H. B. Whltchouse,
W. M. Dorranre.
Oa the Calendar.
Mrs. L. F. Crofoot has Issued Invita
tions for a musical and tea which will be
given at her home Tuesday. January 1.
at S:W o'clock. Mra. Crofoot la president
of the Sacred Heart Alumnae and this
tea is to be give In honor of Ute alum
Mr. and Mra. Ed Stevens of Council
Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming.
' Miss Grace Mlckel entertained the Las
Amigaa Whtst club Saturday afternoon.
Prises fur the game were awarded tt
Meadamea F. J. Murphy, J. M. Gerhard
and Miss Mlckel. The club will meet
Beaele Her fen,
iteavle (J allot)
of Council Bluffs,
of Council BlutfH
I 'k-k Peach,
of Council 111 iff a,
Nela naming ef
. Hsstinas, la.
to weeks at the
home of Mrs. F. J
Mr. and Mra O. C. Redick a ill give a
dinner of eight 00 vera this evening at
their home. Later the guests will attend
the dance at the home of Mr. and Mra
K. W. Dlion.
In Son; Eecital.
Mra Carrie Jaooba Bond will be heard
In aong recital Mondar evening, Jaauary
IK at the North Hide Christian church, at
J aeaty-second and Lotbrop etreeta
11 ri. Bond Is well known In Omaha au
diences, with whom site Is moat popular,
lie artiatic rendition er her on aongs
l.aa always nude her a strung drawing
taid 10 ail Lin. Ira. Alias LiunU sang la
'u.ir. tu i a(u.
Driver Hits Curb
to Save Little Girl 8
To avoid atrlking Teresa Plstela, S-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mra. O. A. Pis
tols. 1036 Capitol avenue, William Hyland,
driver at the fire station. Twelfth and
Dodge atreeta, drove his team into the
platform of the T. C. Brunner tt Bon
building at Eleventh and Dodge streets.
upsetting the wsgon and himself, suatatn-
Ing painful Injuries.
Hyland waa driving the supply wagon
north or r.ieventh when a atreet car
frightened hla team and as the child waa
directly In the path of the vehicle he
turned the horses Into the curb and In
ao doing the wagon struck the platform
and turned completely over. Hyland waa
attended by Dr. T. T. Harrta and re
moved to hla home at 170$ South Four
In Rug Department
All diacontinutd pattern and odd lota
arm offered at Clearing Sale Price
Axmlnater Ruga 9x12 feet, good selection of
patterns. Beat quality. Values Ain Kfl
to $27.50. Choice Wednesday, J 1 aeOU
Hartford Kernuin Wilton Hugs 9x12 feet. The
finest quality. $60.00 values, fO Cf
Wednesday, at apisSieOU
Genuine Meamlc Wilton Huge 9x12 feet. Sell
everywhere for $50.00. All good patterns. A
few plain colors tan, green, dJQQ 711
blue, brown. Choice Wednesday Pae7 O
Royal Axmtnnter Ruga 9x12 feet. All beautiful
pattern both Floral and Oriental. Values
up to $22.50. Choice Wednea- 00
Royal Axniinster Rugs Same quality as above,
but 8-3x10-6. $20.00 values. t - (- (f
Your choice Wedneaday, at P XOeVU
Hhort lengths of Inlaid Linoleum C feet wide
.Sold up to $1.35 per square yard. Spe
cial Wednesday, square yard s.
Printed Linoleum 1 2 feet wide. Values up to
76c per square yard. Special
es up to
In the Art Linens
6-Yard ltecea Coronation Cord White
and colors. Worth 15c, at
Stel Crochet Hooka With Pro- Q f
. tectora Worth 5c. Wednesday. & lOr DC
50c Puns Linen Guest Towels Neat de
signs. Choice Wednesday at
8fl-Inch Linen Center Pieces $1.00 val
slgns. Choice Wednesday, at
45-Inch White Irish Linen Center (f
Pieces $1.75 values. Wednesday J)leUv
White Linen Lunch Cloths Stamped t
In neat designs. $3.50 values for -a, .
"CryaUl Rope" Embroidery Silk Worth
5c skein. Wednesday, THREE for
Hand-Embroidered Sofa Pillows Values to
$3.50. Choice Wednesday $ 00
Work Aprons, Dressing Kacques, Pillow Tops
Stamped, ready to be embroidered. Odds
and ends worth up to 29c. Choice i f
Germantown, Saxony and Shetland Yarn!
Good assortment colors. Worth 12c
100 Japanese Villages New table deco- Cf
ration, containing 21 pieces. Special. OUC
MRS. WILLIAM M'CUNE IS
FOUND DEAD IN HER BED
Mrs. William McCune. wife ef Major
William McCune, well known aa western
manager and companion of Colonel W.
F. Cody, died Monday at her home on
Twenty-seventh street near Dewey ave
nue. Mra. McCune has not been well for
several months snd has been compelled
to undergo several oDarattoaa When
Mr. McCune attempted to call her yester
day morning he found that ahe was dead.
Arrangements for the funeral have not
SUTTON TO HEAR APPEAL
ON HUNTER SALOON LICENSE
District Judge Button Wednesday will
hear an appeal by persons who protested
sgalnst the granting of a llcenae to Ted
P. Hunter to conduct a saloon at 1SU
Military avenue, and over whose protest
the city council granted the license.
MISS KATE M'HUGH IS
HELD UNDER QUARANTINE
Because a member of the family has
been taken 111 with smallpox and the
home has been quarantined for two
weeks, Mlsa Kate McIIugh, teacher of
English at the University of Omaha, will
be unable to appear for duty during tho
re at of tha present semester. '
Our White Sale Offers Big Linen Values
All-Idnen Table Damask 72-ln.
wide. Full bleached, Scotch
make; all new up-to-date floral
patterns, 18 plecea for Wed
nesday's selling, worth
$1.25 yard. Special, yd. OS7C
Kc to 60c Fancy linens An
porter's sample line about
500 plecea In -the lot; Center
Pieces, Scarfs, Dollies, etc. in
Renaissance, cluny lace and
drawnwork. Yonr oft
choice, each, at OaC
60 Doaen Extra Fine Quality
Double Damask Dinner Nap
klna Pretty floral patterns,
' Including spot design. Worth
$3.25 to $3.60 per E(
dosen. Special at &ZJJ
SO All Lluerl Hemstitched Table
Cloths Size 66x80 Inches
heavy Scotch make; beautiful
. worth to $3; spec
200 Table Cloths Hemmed and
hemstitched ends. Exquisite
patterns, copied from high-
ciaas aamask. Breakfast or
luncheon, to $1.25.
Special, each ......
T)4c Linen Finished CrahThe
Barnsley kind. Soft and f
absorbent. Special, yd. DC
lOO Red Spreads Heavy cro
chet. Full else. Fringed or
plain hemmed ends. All pretty
patterns. $2.25 J 1 QC
values Choice, ea. J) X iOD
50 Dozen All Pure Linen Dinner
Napkins Regulation size. No
damask to match. f J I Q
Special, dpeen.... M A eTaf
250 Doaen Hemmed Waah Cloths
White and fancies. For Q
one day only, each awC
Limit to each customer.
About 150 Docen Full Bleached
Turkish Towels A mill's over
production. Plain and fancy
borders; also name towels.
Values up to 49c. ejp
Special, each dC
JOO Hed Spreads The crochet
kind, hemmed ends, regulation
size. Worth $1.00 and $1.25.
Special Wednesday, t2C
In Drapery Section
AH Our Regular SOc and 45c Cretonnes are now
offered at clearing sale price. Special
yard . i
All Our 43 and 48-Inch Imported Scotch
Madras Worth 50c yard, at...
All the 1 and 3-Palr lxts of Ice Cur- JQ
tain Worth $1.75 to $2.00 each, at OZ7C
Two Specials---In the Basement
46 Plecea of 33-Inch Colored Madras ty p
Worth COc yard. Special Wednesday eOC
800 Pamplea of Imported Lac Curtains 1 and
ltt yarda long. Worth as high as Ag
$3.50 pair. Choice Wednesday, each, 3C
In Picture Section
Sml-.unual Salo of IMcture Frames i-For the
balanco of the month of January every Picture
France in our immense stock will be cut In
price at leaat 25 Per Cent.
This sale Includes Ar: Craft Guild Fruines
and Picture Mouldings, Hand-Carved Frames,
Standard Frames and Picture Frame Mouldings
made to order.
. Picture Frame Prices Cut in Half
We have made up aTout 1,000 IMcture Frames
from short lengths of mouldings that we Q
are closing out choice, each jC
Over 500 Iteally Fine Hand-Carted Frames that
are usually priced at from $2.00 t AA
to $3.00; on sale now, choice, at. . v X tUU
NN 0VA.T1 OJTSSEE
Welcomed by the Woman
who hat been left shapeless
and flabby by the pass "corset
who wants to fet rid of the
rolls of fat above waist, caused
by too-low corsets.
who needs complete abdom
inal support and reduction, but
prefers corsets "not so heavy."
who objects to outside straps.
who insists on up-to-date stylo with
perfect comfort free breathing1, no
over-pressure on the gastric region.
Twa aaaaslat Ne. S41, far abort full fig. 1 tO.OO
tires, anal N. 342. fee taller fall figures f
T4ss new models do not smfpiant any of
the older models. If you already wear a
Nemo that fully satisfies you stick to it!
Nemo No. 322, for Instance, eaiti thouaeade of
woaiea perfectly serbape better tbaa tbeee new
saodeU, aad aoats tha aaaaa $X0O No. 403, at
S4X0, is a perfect ssodcl tor son a type; aad to oa.
BR A WISE WOMAN! Weer a Nemo, but
doa't diaeard the atodel yoe KNOW suit you.
71U Ntm iaeaie-reaAwai Imtitmt. Hmm York
The Last Word is
IN THE PLAYER PIANO WORLD
It Plays the Piano like the Musician touching down on the keys '
Just) .a few Bargains in Pianos you cannot pass up. Refinished, look like
new and are as good Adam Schaaf, Schoninger, Weser Bros., Kimball, Hospe,
Cable-Nelaon, "NVegman, Everett and Steinway at $125, , $150, $175, $185, $190, $200
$225. $250, $275. '
a. hospe: co.
1513 Douglas St.
For Sauces and
For smooth, rich sauces aad graTiea
is far superior to botde milk. Its
uniform richaeetdown to the last drop
always giTea satisfactory results.
Cottage Milk is always fresh, para
and sweet. It ia tha richest milk
with most of tha water taken out,
perfectly Sterilised and with nothing
added. It lasts indefinitely.
Th mk Without the CookmJ
In Two Sizes 5 and 10c
At all Good Dealer
AJsXUCAU nut CO,
III tJilaSi M
you save 20 of
your fuel bill you
are making dol
lars. When you
and ash sifting
with their attend
you are snowing
Vulcan does not
pollute the air with
smoke and poisonous
gases. It burns to a
clean ash gives as
much heat ton for ton
as the best Anthracite
at 45 of the cost. It
holds its fire over
in the morning. It
is made in regular
hard coal sizes.
Coil Products ft!fg. Co JIiet,lll.
RxcIusIts Domestic Sales Aaenta.
HtwilkMaaomsoa Caal & Coko Co.
Nebraska Fuel Co.
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