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t Friday, January 29, 1915.
QUESTION that Is being much disc untied today among the Omaha
A bachelors at club and grill In the old, old perplexing problem,
"What la a man to do with bin danre partner after the dance Is
finished?" Few women are bo attractive and entertaining as to
be able to interest their partner a whole or half of an evening (this thought
Is a blow, ln't it?), but alas, allurements vary and some women, In the
matter of ptrtners, have an embarrassment of riches, while others suffer a
more embarrassing, poverty, nut must a man be a George Glue because
the fair one be Jnst danced with Is estimable and a friend of the family?
Here la how an enerlenced old-timer expressed himself the other day:
"If tho foolish dread of sitting, standing or walking in a ball room
without an escort or companion could be lifted from the average girl, the
question would be easier answered. Iet both dance partners be accorded
inofe freedom of action. Let the girl casually say, 'Those were delightful
dances, now go and get someone else,' and the harassing notion which e
ista In every man's mind of getting stuck would vanish and the girl would
the more likely see him again, or have other heroes In bis place. Let me
emphasize this 'The stuck man dreads the sticker.' "
Plant for Glee Club Concert.
Ka interest Is being taken In the
coming conort of the Crelshtou Oloe
club, which is dated tor Tucfwlay even
ing, February S.'at the Rrandcls thratar.
This Is the. fifth annual concert to be
given by the club. In previous yours thn
club has introduced musical lights from
abroad, but In the spirit of a chsnge this
year club songs, and college vim will be
featured. Those who huve accepted to
serve as patronesses for this affair are:
Victor H Corf man, Pen Uahliagher,
C. C. Allison.
1. Curtis rl1ge.
King t Barton,
A. J. Beaton.
A. M. Horgltim,
W. T. Hums,
H. V. Hurkley,
T. C. Bvrne,
W. t. Coed,
fhsrles K. Crowley,
I, . K. Crofrxit,
Oeorge Ialer. .
Hoy T. Hyrne,
A. H. Mn.'onnrll,
T. B. Coleman,
K. W. IMson.
J. M. PmiKherty,
rf. W. Connell,
lnHs C. Nash,
K. W. Nssh,
W. J. Foye.
Nell Burk of
St. Joseph. Mo.;
Blanche Klnsler, ,
C. Will Hamilton,
Frank T. Hamilton,
A. II. Hippie.
W. I). Hosford,
AV. A. C Johnson,
Thomas J. Kelly,
J. A. C. Kennedy,
T. F. Kennetly,
A. V. Ivlns.er,
John A. McShano,
T. J. MhIiomi'V,
.A. U Molrhcad,
Paul I. Martin,
T. I'. Iteilinond,
I. J. Fniyth,
K. A. W'lckam.
Mary M unchhof f,
was one of" the attractive features of the
entertainment and Mrs. Bllvr wss
assisted by Mrs. A. I Hoot, Miss Hazel
silver and Mrs. Nora Neal.
Elki Dancine .Club Meets
Tha Klks' Dancing club held one of
their semi-monthly dances at their club
rooms. Those present were
Msr. snri Mcsdames-
J. J. McMahon.
it. H (Inodrlch.
A. II. Kdmonnton,
H. W. Wliilersnn,
A. W. Kltstnions,
1 W. Morscman,
II. W. Johnson.
C. I )f forman.
Msry J- okIIkIi.
lint I In Patterson.
It. A. Nelson,
O. F. Hey nolds,
J. A. Ilossbach.
.The boxes will be occupied ry:
.lahn A. McPhane, Vraternliy.
Louis C. Nash, Freshment of the
John t. Crelghton. arts department,
Crelshton universlty.Crelghton alumni.
C. Will Hamilton, Lawrence Hushman,
-Vhl Kho 8lsma Frank Mcl'ennott,
Omthani Plan Extended Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Panlel Staploton will
leave Bogota, Bouth America, soon for
I'ansma, where they plan to take passage
February t and soil down the coast of
Bouth America to Valparaiso. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Barber, who ara In Australia,
will cross the country and meet Mr. and
Mrs. Htspleton at Valparaiso. Together
this party will sail around the Horn and
up to New Tork City, arriving In Omaha
some time this spring. Mrs. Rtapleton was
formerly Miss Btella Hamilton and Mrs.
Barber Miss Mae Hamilton.
The wives of tha members of the
Scottish Rite Masons gave the second
of their at home afternoons at the Scot
tish Rite pathedral today. .A musical pro
gram arranged by Mrs. Walter Q. Silver
Mrs. Henry Keating entertained the
Carter I-ake Swimming and Bowling club
Thursday afternoon at a house warming
In her new home at 8402 Lincoln boule
vard. The rooms were abloom with Kll
larnejr roses and pink camstlons. The
a'ternon was sient with csrds. Those
II. I tor wood,
K. H. Winn.
J. H. Uohe.
C. M. Johnson.
J. A, Freeland,
II. H. t'nderwood,
N l. Hlennan.
W. J. Cattln,
J. F. Mmlk.
H. L. Hralley.
H. H. (loldstrom,
K A. t'ermodv,
O. W. Strop.
Charles Ms vers,
A. J. Plerson,
J. A. Rogers,
H. B. Whltehouse,
M. M. Bassett.
Givei Stag; Party.
Mr. Harold Pobotker and Mr. Arthur
Trimble gave a stag, party Wednesday
evening at the home of Mr. Bobotker.
The guests Included:
Joe I rtinimond.
Harold Prlti hett,
Roger Holman, .
For Chicago Gueit
Miss Grace Blabaugh entertained at
luncheon Thursday in honor of Miss
Louise Hupp of Chicago, the gueat of
lUlii iilililsiUill C
Sale of ii
A Particularly Fine Selection
j - J? 'yrX of Bedroom Furniture at Lib-
fctt) (Joldon Oak Dresser. . .$19.50
$39 (loldt-n Oak Dresser. . .$29.50
$45 "Walnut Dressers $30.00
q $44 Maple Chiffoniers $3100
$'J4 Mahogany Dressers.. .. $18.00
Jf.'W Maliogany Priiieess Dressers $29
$44 (lolden Oak Giiffouier, Colonial $36
$4S "Walnut Princess Dressers .$29
y . V. -yJ..Sa sgrsji saw swssssi ii I
$G0 Poster Beds, Solid'Mahoffnny, twin size. $42
Don't Fail to See Our
Bargain Window of . .
Bargains in Draperies for Saturday.
Lace Curtains, per pair, $2.95
A big selection of up-to-date designs, such as $5.00
filet nets; 6.0 striped voiles; $5.25 embroidered
muslins; $4.85 Lacet Arablana, etc.
Other Curtains, Special, per pair, 49c, 89c, $L39,'
$1.95 and up.
Over-Curtain Materials, yd., 59c
guaranteed sunfast. r.O Inches wide. In greens,
rose, browns and gold: priced regularly $1.25
, $1.50 to $2.tA) per yard.
Portieres, per pair, $4.95
armures and reps la variety of designs green,
row and wine colors regularly priced $8.50 pair.
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South 16th Street '
. J . a t. ...
Inr .for Paturdsr afternoon st the Young I
Women's Oirlstlsn sssorlstlnn. Business
of tl department will be tsken up at this
Jtidjr nd Mrs. William A. Tledlrk en-
tertlne Informally St fllnner this even
Ins, followed hy a theater party st the
Rrandela, lor Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
With the Visitor!.
Miss Wslftin of Iylnroln will arrive to.
dsy to speisl the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Gould Meta.
Mrs. Ceorqn M. Btrsin of Galeshurn.
III., Is exported the first of the week to
visit Mr. end Sirs. O W. t pdlke and Ml-s
Mrs. Alfred if. Kennedy, with her
small son, MJa.'l, of Creston. Is., is the
suest of her slter. Mrs. T. J. Nolsn, an
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and smsll
son of Kansas (Hy will arrive Saturday
to spvnd the wvk-end with Mr. snd
Mra E. E. Thomas'.
Entertain at Dinner.
Mr. and Mra. J. C. JCtinrl entertained at
dinner Saturday eveina at their home.
Covers were laid for
tr. snd Mrs. KliriHrmk.
Mr. snd Mrs. Jsr!soit.
Th 'Klxly-PIs'' club will slve a danc-
Insr rsrty at Turpln's acsdemy tonight.
Mrs. Thomas Tavls Is suffering from
an attark of grippe.
Miss Ulllsn Rller leaves this evenine
for CTir'sso for a ten dsys- stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Todd have moved
Into their new home at 210 North Flfty
Mr. Snd Mrs. T . J Kelsnn h.v mnvA
Into their new home at Firtv-aemnri and
Mrs. M. Howes snri risliffhter M.
saret, who reci-ntlv went in Kinui rn
to live, will return to Omaha to make
ineir home. '
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. C. C. George has returned aftrr
spend ins: a week In Oalesburg. III.
Mrs. Philip Rian snd Mrs. Our R R.irrt
and son of Fremont are 'spending the
week-end wltn Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mrs. Hal Brady Is visiting In Ksnsas
Mr. U. E. Ioty and Mr. P. C. Hmalley
attended the automobile show In Chlrngo.
Mr. 8. II. Greenwood of Chlcsgo will
spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Tudor.
Mr. and Mis. TTowsrd Farrell spent the
week-end at Schuyler with Dr. snd Mra
Mrs. H. G. Prhonlau has returned from
a three weeks' visit with relatives at
Iowa Falls, la.
Mrs. W. O. Tempieton left Thursday to
spend a week In Nebraska City. Mr. Tem
pieton will Join her Saturday for the
Mrs. Clyde Wa.ldlngton of- Memphis,
Tenn.. who was the guest of Mr. snd
Mr. Robert Bridge, left Wednesday for
Mia Mildred Sherman of Salem. N. T.,
left Tuesday after s seven weeks' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Korl Sherman.
lr. F. W. Slaliauirh and Mr. O. U.
Gulnter will lewve soon for a four weeks'
slay In California.
Mr. George Melntjre left for New Tork
Friday to be gone ten days.
PROF. FLING TO TALK ON
THE GERMAN EMPIRE
Trof. V. M. Fling will give the first of
a series of eight lectures on current
topics Tuesday evening. February t, in
the council chamler of the city hall.
The lectures will he given under the aus
pices of the Equal Fronrhlse sorlety. Th
opening talk will be on "The German
ARf lSTIC PORT RAlf s
90th and Tarn am.
rhons 9. 3548. Boom 3. Baldrlgs Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Vlack.
Dr LA HF.CONTEUBE.
Silver thistles on a background of bluo
faille clusslcpie Is simply combined with
a double tiered oversklrt of ecru lace in
cobweb pattern; ' edged with trailing
leaves. Tho liodlce, cut on straight lines,
falls over the. hips 'In two deep points
and to t'ie back is attached a straight
Miss Helen Van ' Dusen. A low mound
of Klllarney roses decorated tha table
and covers wcre plsced for six.
I deal Jackson,
F. Kmx of
Newt from the Wayfanis
Registered ot the Hotel McAlpln of
New Tork from Omaha during tho last
week, have been Mr. .1. C. Folsy and
Mr. A. B. Duncan.
Mrs. J. J. Brown entertaineil fourteen
guests Informally st luncheon today at
her home. Klllarney roses dexxvated the
Mrs. E. A. Resrdsley and Mrs. W. II.
Taylor entertained the Dundee division of
tnw First Congregational church at Umrh
eon today at the homo of Mrs. Reardslcy.
About thirty members were present.
Entertains at Cards.
Mrs. John MeTaggart was hostess this
afternoon at the meeting of the Btar
The members srs:
Cinoiam Club Party.
The CtnosHin .Dancing Club entertained
last evening - at . ,th Scottish Rite
Cathedral. The guests present were:
Messrs. snd Mesda'nirs .
C. W. Caldwell, O.' M. Smith,
John Martin, ;u.'M. Smith,
W. H. Howe. 1 W. H. Pratt.
George Thompson, K f. Hamilton,
1 1. Hchrenk. v
K. U Bradley,
6. S. Drcsher,"
' ' .
U 1). Wycoff.
uavia liMXler. .
V, J. Jumper,
H. G. Haufiaire.
Misses- , ,
Mary Ii Hocco of
Fred Nicholas. of. .
For the Future.
La Icos Card club will be entertained
this evening by. Misses T. Dawson and
8. Albach at the home of Miss Albach.
SU tables will be placed for the gams.
Mrs. Harvey E. Newbranch, leader of
the welfare section of the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae, has Veiled a meet-
G. H. Collins.
Miss Jessie Jewel was honor guest st
a surprise party Thursday evening. Those
Mr. and Mrs.
Edward E. Mason,
Robert S Chriatle,
The rhl Rho Slgmas are ani.riiinin.
this evening at tho Chapter house.
The Columbus club will rni.rt,n ki.
evening at the Metropolitan cluh.
The Friday Evening Danclnir eiuh m
give a party at Chambers' academy this
A dancing party will be riven n k.
new ball room of the Rome hotel this
v.niDff y the members of tha Pan club.
Irresistible Purse Emptiers Saturday
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Now Follows Some Quotations From Our
Bedding and Linen Sections at Kilpatrick's
Which cannot fail to attract a crowd and get the money. When making the final ac
counting and finishing up our inventory we found odd pieces, odd pairs, odd numbers
left over from the BIGGEST OP JANUARY SALES. On the opening day of this won
derful sale more than 4,000 persons broke bread with us and bade us Godspeed for the
new year. And then what buying, and the beauty of it all has been the continuation.
Saturday should be a close second to the first day's business. Come in the morn we'll
be ready and trim; come back at noon we'll be selling with vim; come after lunch and
you'll still find us hustling. Come morn, noon or even you'll still find us bustling.
. THE BEDDING SURPRISE.
Wo Shoots, 81x99 69
9oc Shoots, 81x9!) 79
$1.00 Sheets. 81x99 89
10c Pillow Cases 7y2
12oo. Pillow Cases 9
L'Oc Pillow Cases . , 15
22c Pillow Cases ..19
24c Pillow Cases ............. . 20
$2.50 Comforters 1.98
$3.00 Comforters $2.49
$.150 Comforters $2.98
$3.50 Extra Size Comforters. .'. $2.98
sMJ.50 Silk Top Comforters..' $5.00
.All Silk and Satin Covered . Down and
Wool, up to $17.50; at, each $10.00
$3.00 Iieacon Blankets, pair $2.39
v$4.50 Extra Heavy Blankets, pair.' .$298
,V.50 All Wool Grey Blankets, pr., $4.25
$ti.00 White Blankets, pair $3.95
$;'50 White Blankets, pair $4.95
We will have some extra help to wait on you Saturday. So you can safely come at
8:3tf. We don't worry about a hasty exit you'll stay as long as you can we feel sure.
Andyou can be sure you won't wear out your welcome.
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THE LINEN ATTRACTIONS
5c Muck Towels, each 31
7'jC Huck Towels, each. ............ .5
10c Huck Trowels, each. ..7V2
12V2c Huck Towels, each.. 10
15c extra large Huck Towels, each, HM:
25c Linen Towels, each 19
35c Linen Towels, each 25
40c Linen Towels, each 29
50c Linen Towels, each 39
75c Linen Towels, each 49
$1.00 Linen Towels, each 79
$3.50 Damask Cloths, each $2.75
$4.50 Damask Cloths, each $3.75
$2.00 Breakfast Cloths, each $1.59
$2.50 Napkins, dozen -.$1.98
$3.50 Napkins, dozen $2.98
$1.25 Damask, yard ........ ...98
$1.50 Damask, yard $1.29
$1.75 Damask, yard $1.49
$3.00 Damask,' yard $2.29
Napkins to match at lowest of sale prices.
You'll find another
Inventory finished; we took our medicine. What we did not sell of Winter Goods we cut to the quick. Took our price knife and cut away profit
and then whittled the cost until we had made a reduction which we knew woald absolutely dispose of the merchandise. ' "
t Saturday, Then, Will Be a Big Day at KILPATRICK'S
J- SvrT?- daVn ?st Janua,T & history. Not selling, but changing ownership without any regard to profit or first cost. Mon-
J "M "e, wwii jrear whu us. 0 ID1S Will De a GOOUBY And FAREWELL EVENT.
r i ic i. w '
tUU(S Una OllUS tOT trOmeil J S1J, r "e big white sale of un-f All the Corseta left from the dropped
lines, Bold before up to 5.00, at 98 pr
The Coats sold up to $35.00; the 8ults
sold up to 142.50; Ktartlng at 10 a. ra.,
These are regular Kllpatrick stock.
We are not going to do much talking
will not be necessary for this la the
liOWEHT THICK KVKK MADE BV US
on similar merchandise.
Four Divisions-THE BIG FOUR
Measured By Worth
Dresses of silk, dresses of wool, choice
dresses which sold to $35.00, Saturday,
V0 a. m., SIO.OO each.
All the Furs Scarfs, Muffs, Seta Real
Mluk, Kltch, Leopard, Fcx, Marten, Etc.,
at , price.
Wool Waists Were I J. 60, for03S
were 1.60 for'G9S Segregated to
make easy picking.
Separate Skirts Never mind the former
prices; for a clean sweep on Saturday,
Children's and Juniors9
Each year on the last of January we
clean out all that we can of WINTER
IXMTS AT TWO miCKM Ia 1:
Mostly Juniors', 15 to 17 years; sold np
to 122.50. at 82.50 each.
Ixtt 2: All sizes including fine velvets
and veloura; sold up to $25.00, at 84.75
Sale also at 10 a. ra.
No More Hat Talk
Indeed caps are to go aa well Cordu
. roy. r-hlnrhltla, felt and worsted, sold to
$2.50, at 25 cb. Come promptly at
10 for pick.
UIHLS HWEATEUii Sold at $3.60,
$4.00 and $5.00; Saturday, 81. (0 ".
Olll.hHKN'N W U (I L DHESSKS-
81. OS. 83.00 nd 85.00 6 Junior
suiu, ern $1b.20, $22.60, at 85.00
L.ST DAV of the big white sale of un
dermusllns. Odds from the sale. Corset
covers, Brasslers. Drawers, etc., sold up
to 60c, at 25t each.
Gowns, Combinations, Drawers, Petti
coats, etc., sold to $1.50, at 69.
And some specials never before placed
Silk Petticoats, Jersey and Messaline,
the lending shades; sold to $3.00, at
81.98'; sold to $4.50, at 82.05.
Mrs. Pritchard is with us explaining the
merits aind beauty of La Camilla Corsets.
Valuable Information on the new models.
As an attraction for Saturday, will sell
La Camilla $4.00 Corsets, at 82.95.
- Will throw out a lot of damaged r im
perfect gloves at a surprise price Saturday.
Two big lota at very low prices at the
Hundreds of remnants of Dress Goods
at 'a price or less.
has been written and spoken
We Thought of High, Low,
Jack and the Game
When Mr. Tuttle approached us to talk shoes Says he,
we have over 200 pairs of High; says he, we have about 200
pairs of low.. I said I have the Jack, and if you are game,
we will sell them out Saturday. I suggested 2 trump cards,
89c a pair for the Low; $1.59 per pair for the High. Mr.
Tuttle said I think that will do the trick! I have an abiding
faith that the game is ours Two lots, then, for iSaturday
89c for Low Shoes; $1.59 for High Shoes. The kilpatrick
kindBaker was the maker of most of them, and they were
$4.00 and $5.00 and ften $6.C0. Is it necessary to w arn you
to get yours early Even Lauder justifies early rising-if you
have something particular to do.
The Number of Men
who hit the sawdust trail at the Sunday
meetings in Philadelphia.
MEN: We are going to have a revival
of our old time clean-up sales of Men'a
Winter Wearables, and on HATURDAV
there will be a rush for the front places.
Great Underwear weather, Ves? Odd
lots of shirts and drawers; we were about
to write tail ends, but that would not be
exactly correct; 25 ecu Saturday.
Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, the dol
lar grades at 79.
Union Suits $1.00 grades 75
$2.00 grades 81.29
$4.00 grades SI. 98
Dollar Shirts at 59
Boys' Shirts, 50c kind, at....l21ik
You'll want 2 for 25
Odd Shirts, a few of a kind, most of
them were once upon a time $1.00. Out
they go at 25.
Men's Neckwear Last word, 25c and
50c grades, 12s.
Women's fine union suits Saturday
Sterling, Richelieu, Merode, Etcy
$2.00 grades . 81.29
$3.50 grades 81.98
$4.50 grades , 2.50
LAST DAV OF THE F.XCITEMEAf IX
CHINA! ! !
Special tables on Saturday:
35c Jardinieres 10
Jap Tea Pots 29
$1.50 Oak Rim Trays 75
Last day ot the 20 per cent discount
off Fine Ware, Dresden, Etc.; also China
Hundreds of Items NOT Advertised Will Greet You and Tempt You Ail Over the Store
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