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T1IE BVAl: OMAIIAv WEDNESDAY", FEniUJAIir 10, 1915.
Tuesday, February 0, 1915.
RE WE livluf In an unuauall Impressionable age? Or is it Jul
Ath characteristic of th set that makes na all so easjr to take up
wi'.o the frscinatlng stranger? W hy It la that any one mar come
to tie with r new fad or "isro," or an old one revived and be met
with open arms? - '
Without stopping to Investigate, or ask why, or even to question, wo
take up their enthusiasms, make tbera our own, lend our energies to the
causes whtrn are r.ftentlmes their own particular self-advertisement and
The ti tle actress we have just entertained needed no introduction bnt
her own attractive aelf and her own statement of her mission. She easily
attaches herself to a select coterie and immediately proceeds on' her way
at will with the result well known. Somewhat humiliating to the self-esteem
of several leaders' in the society set. Never mind, they'll be more
careful next time.
Feller Sisters' Performance.
Soclft jr was well reprwwnled this after
noon at the Pojrd theater whan the Fuller
Blstrs ave 'their unlqua performance of
Irish, Hcotch and English folk sonss,
under the suaptcos of the Sacrad Heart
Mrs. E. W. Dixon av one of the boa
parties.' Her guest were:
E. M. Knrfk-ld. V.- M. Coffman,
A. U C. M. WUhalm,
Mlaa l)my Pwaria.
Miss Eleanor Burkley entertained at a
U party this afternoon at the per
formance of the Fuller Slaters. Her
Wary Morsman, Wynne Fairfield,
Csthsnn tlartan, Helena i'hase,
Ellzahelh Itarfeer. Orate Smith,
Mrs. liarrr Burkley.
Mrs. John N. Baldwin save one of the
!snrr Ifn parttm thia aflsnioon at the
Fuller Waters performance.
Mrs. T. J. O'Brien cave a party In tha
Mra. lewrnnce IlSydon.
llf-lnn I'ortcr, Catheiin Porter,
Willow O'Brien, J-ouitm I lay den.
In Mra. Charles F. Crowley's bo were:
Kdward llaydn, C. . myth,
A. ft. McDonnell. , W. A. Clark, Jr.;
Miss Radio IUyrtn.
Maatr Charts Crowley, jr.
Other entrrtalnlnai at box parties this
afternoon were Mrs. Frank T. Hamilton
and Mrs. K. C. Ilarton.
Thimble Club Dinner.
The annual dinner of the Thimble club
will t Kiven this evening- at the Uni
versity flub. It will he a valentine party
and the table will have for a centerpiece
a mound of apa.raua fenns and kewplea.
Valentin favors will mark the places of:
Meeer. and Msadamra
J. H. HHlley. I. W. Cerpsnter,
.;re Harker, V. M. Yi'iikina,
A. . nurhanan. Mnyal Miller,
Alexander Buchanan, W. C. Kamsry,
K M. Carrier, Arthur rtnillh,
A. W. I'ar-pentet, H. T. Streluht.
tert t'ariicnlrr. Hoy Plindnlnml.
W. O. Hamilton.
K. 1. White,
J. A. PunUeriand.
J. If. iMiinont.
it. W. t.'labaiiRh.
Arthur I .oi k wood
Ml T Vhllllpr
A. 1.. i'atrU k.
)iV.ohen Mt Connell, Bnsa Dumont,
-0 I arpi-ntfir, uiunnre.
11. -n Currier, Bertha, White,
. .Messrs. Meiwra.
U UosiwHk. KlewtU
To Honor Prof. Fling;.
Mr. and Mia 1 8. Rood will entertatntl
at filmier this cvmlnv pierlln tha
f llna lecture at the city hall. Trof. FllnC
111 be honor gueat. An attractive cente
piece of Mrs. Ward rosea will foraa tha
table decoration and covers will be placed
Mr. and Mesdajnea ,
lUlleek F. H',to, Mia. Alfred Parlow,
I dirr If. riiiiU. I'rof. F. M. FII11K.
h. b. Wood.
Evening at Cards.
. The Woman's club of the Railway
'all 8rvii will entertain at a whlat
parly this evening at the home of the
prealdcnt, Mra. W. P. Heat This will be
the second aix-lal event errnr.Rcd by this
rrKaiiUatl.'iv (or the huabanda of the
membem. Valentin decorations be
uaeit and munlral number will be riven
thioiiahout the ev!iiliig. The com mil toe
In charge of the affuir Includes:
J. I.. 1 jtnutrllner, J A. Intnl.
M. Jo:iea, H. I. Krntt,
tion auditorium. Mlaa Darla will be aa
atated by Mrs. Uetilah Irle Turner,
Birthday Party. N
Mlaaes Lona and lona Florlne enter
tained la honor ef their tenth birthday
last Saturday afternoon. The guesta
Anna May Huhhell,
H. C. Meredith.
With the Traveler!.
Mrs. I .eater Drlahaua and her mother.
Mra. K. ft. Ck.yer left today for Cali
fornia where they will spend several
months In Los Angeles and the coast
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Cries left Monday
for California-Panama expositions, to be
gone about two months, t
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellna will leave
Friday evening for Chicago. They will
spend Saturday In Chicago and leave the
same evening for New York City, where
they join, Mr. and Mra Barton Millard
ind all will sail February 17 for Kings
Creighton Glee Club.
The fifth annual concert of (he CrelgM
ton Glee club will be given this evening
at the Brandela theater.
Mr. and Mrs. John ,A. MVHhane will
entertain at a box party, followed by sup
per at the Omaha club. Their guests
Meewr. and Meodsmea
Frank T. Hamilton, Harry V.- urMey,
T. J. Mahoney.
With Mr. and "Mra. C. Will Hamilton
Mr. and Mra. F W, liann.
Oretehen MeConnell. Marion Hamilton..
Mr, Charles Hamilton.
Tueiday Bridge Club.
Mia. Roas Towle entertained the mem
bers of the Tuesday Bridge cluh Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Teters and Mrs.
usance poweu were the guests of the
elub. The members are:
George Itedlok, Xlon Towle,
W. M. Mct ormlck
"lia i lea .InhrroD
t. K. liutbclU
r-Us. iVn Oailagher was hoatess today
at a I'lin tu'ors. Hi-rlng flowers decorated
th taliltt and tha gueieta entertained
.I..HU i Wrbater.
A. J. lieBMn,
J. T. Mewai'l.
.i-orgfl iiat fc T.
. K. 4lkalu.
ilia v. J. Ki.ye
Ji.lin M: lidy,
J. J. lSron.
entertained at lunch
eon tiiy at her home. The table waa
decorated with yellow tulips end covers
ere placed for ten. Following the
lum licon Mra. Foye and Mrs. W, T.
l'urns entertained the guela at a box
(.urty at too Fuller tilalete' per
formance at the lloyd theater.
Surf rite laity.
A ry pleaxant surprise mi given
lor Jiiis. F. Uliie at her home tuturday
c(r ir,g In tmn:r .of !) r tdith.Iuy anot
iciuiy. Those present Were:
t..fhr. and MeiMlNtm
j ! t-nmi ten,
M UtU lit U-
- t.rr :
k rue tf. nd,
K, i 'n litfun.
li len tiille,
C.trttr Lake Club.
'J !' Curler JUKe t,iii)tuing sod Uowl-
vi io in. t t tiday aClvrnuon at the
t-uitiani tin) i. 1 ia niKn score, vm, was
it. ado t y Mn. C. M. Johua'a's band, and
tii me p:ea-nt rc:
J A 1 i.iull.J,
C Ij. I tt t VMod,
. i. 1 ' II. it,.
i i;i mil H uuuld,
-, J Ctt.n,
.1 -.1 i
T. A. iwrmoiiy,
K I'. l)kli!lK,
Ct;:l. Sit-yn t,
A. i. i ii-i B.m.
I iulIi i ri30tttr,
J. A. Jl' ircnt,
H. i. it,, hou
i. 1 . krlt.
mlng club will euier
i n i g at I he (j .'DiiSsh
Daily Fashion Hint
By LA hKCOJITKl'SIO.
Severity In every line Is expressed
this ''stroller" suit of tete de negre silk
gabardine with three-tfuarter - length
Coachman's coat and straight skirt but
toned down the front from hem to waist
line. Brown buttons are the only trtm
btng and with the suit are spots of self
Zimman Decides to
Race This Spring
H. B, Zimman, elty councilman for nine
years, and acting mayor after the death
of Frank F.. Moo res, announces that he
will file for the city commission primar
ies on April 6. '
Mr. Zimman has been mentioned fre
quently of jhU, but not until yester
day did he . finally decide to enter the
race. He la having Ms petition prepared.
He wilt enter upon a speech-making cam
paign later In; the season. .
Another new primary poaalblllty Is At
torney H. B. Fleharty,' democratic attor
Firit ef Flinj Lectures.
The rirst of a series of eight lectures
on current topics, to be alven by Prof.
V. M. Ming of the t'r.lveralty of Ne
braska, will he held In the council cham
ber of the city hall this evening. The
lectures are given under the auspices of
tha Kiual Franchise society. The sub
ject of Prof. Fling's talk tonight will be
"The German Empire,"
A da.uiitr was born February I to Mr.
and Mra. Kmmet Miller at Ihe home of
Mr. end Mra. J. 8. Itarpater. Mra. Miller
was formerly Mlsa Flossie Harpater,
Mrs. It. N. Taney, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mra Fred NUon, left
Sunday evening for her home In Los
Angeles, Cai. -
At the Orphetun.
One of Ute box parties at the Orpheum
last evening was composed of; '
Messrs and Meadame
Ward Burgcea. Fred Hamilton.
Mre. T. J. O'Brien will entertain at
fx-pheum parties on Wednesday and Sat
urday of this week.
Dinner and Slumber Party.
Miss Halcyon Cotton will give a dinner
and slumber party this evening. At the
dituief U. Utile IU La docuinUid will)
allow and white tulips and yellow shaded
tandlca Miss Cotton's guests will be:
M If see-- Misses
harlotle CilloJian, Helen Clarke.
Frances Hochatetlcr, Lucllla llaron,
ilaisetie lieueL Dorothy Black.
With the Visitors.
Mra O. Bummer of Chicago Is vleltlng
her dauiihter.jlrr. J. J. Blnger, of tills
Mrs. V. 1IU1 ef Kansas City Is the
guest of Mra. D. M. Mnsonhaler.
At Pr&irie Tark Club.
The Tralrle 1'ark Needlcraft club was
entertained at the club house today. Mra,
Cuthbert Vlni'ent waa In charj-e of the
program. The meeting was In the nature
of a Valentine affair.
Debutante Bridge Club.
Mln Charlotte Caitahaa entertained the
members of the Iwbutante Bridge club
this afterniKitu Three tables were placed
for the game.
For tLe Future.
Mr. and Mra. D. M. Vlnsonhaler will
give a dinner Thursday evening In honor
of their house-gucat. Mra. U. Hill of
i Don 7. Merely "Sfop" a
8 Cough F
S e tke Tblar tkat Caaaesj II S
Q and tke touah will 8
S Stop Itself
Swimming Meet at
"Y" Friday Night
A ewlmmlng meet for members of the
Young Men's Christian association will
be held In the "T" tank Friday night. A
gold modal will be awarded the one win
ning the largest number of polnta and
ribbons will be given the. winners In the
various events which will Include 40-yard
swim, ' 100-yard awlrn, . 410-yard swim, 40
yard backstroke, dlvlnw. ISO-yard relay,
four men to a team, junior 40-yard swim
open to lads under 17 years of age,
WILL SUSTAIN WILL
OF LATE S. D. BANGS
Judge Crawford So Announces from
Bench, but Allows Contestants
. More Time for Argument.'"
SATS HE 13 BEaUIBED BY LAW
Announcement that tbe will of tho
late Stephen D. Bangs, Omaba pio
neer and capitalist, which divided a
quarter of a million dollars among
Omaha charitable institutions and
members of the family of the late
Hichard S. Mall, his stepson, would
be sustained., was made from the
bench by County Jtylge Crawford
after all the evidence in the content
case had been presented.
A request by ettomeys for Gilbert M.
Banes of New York and George H. Bangs
of Wayne, the contestants, who claim to
be second cousins of the deceased, that
decision by the court be postponed In
order to allow further argument of a
law point Involved was granted. Judge
Crawford, however. Indicated his belief
that a supreme court decision required
tiltn to uphold the will. '
The point Involved grew'out of testtl-
mony by Dr. Alfred S. Mattson and Mins
Nettle Budler, a nurse, witnesses of the
will, that they were not specifically no
tified ef the nature' of the document to
which they signed their names.
The following bequests to charitable In
stitutions are Involved In the suit: Trin
ity cathedral. tfO.000; Clarkson hospital.
S5.000; Gardner Memorial parish, $3,000;
Associated Charities, $2,600.
Mrs. Henry Homan, a nurse, who attend
ed Mr. Bangs up to within a few weeks
of his death, waa the enly witness pre
sented by the' contestants. 8he testified
that Mr. Bangs discusnpd with her the
disposition he Intended to make of his
property and that his Intention wss differ
ent from that expressed In the wilt made
one day previous to his desth.
from the City Hall
Two men claiming to be repreeesjtarlvae
ef the International Association ef Yard
masters canvseeed the city hall Monday
afternoon end gathered tn 11 fron Mayor
Dahlman and Com miss loners Pah Butler
and Thomas MoOovern. The visitors were
not known 4o the etty officials.
It was stated that the 'money waa to
be u.fd to get out an annual book. The
checks were made payable to "Nichol
son." Tard master C alien of the Burlington
was asked what he knew of this matter
and he said. "There Is nothing la if
The alleged iVpresnntative did not show
credentials of local issue. Tha elty of
ficials are beginning to wonder whether
they gave to a worthy cause or were
These solicitors have not been endorsed
by the Associated Charities.
in ii r
There'll be no
reel reason for
losing fish if you
oil your fishing
reel with theoneandonly
real reel oil 3-in-One,
Prevents sticking, jerk
A Dictionary of a hun
dred other uses with
every bottle. 10c, 25c,
. 50c all dealers. .
3-ln-One On Co.
rt. y. .
A cough is realle one of cur best
fr tends. It warns us that there is in
flammation or obstruction in a dancer i
oug place. 1'herefore. when vou art a
bad coujfh don't proceed to doe yourself
with a lot of drues that merely "stop" j
the rough temporarily by deadening tlie
throat nerves. Treat the' cause heal the
inflamed membranes. Here is a home
made remedy tliat sets riitht at the cause
and will nkke an obstinate cou,li van tub.
wore quickly than you ever thought pua
sible. Iut t ounces of Finev 1150 cents
wortii) in a pint bottle and fill the bottle
with plain pranulated suitar avrup. This
(rives you a full pint of the moat pleasant
and effective cough remedy you ever used,
at a coat of only 54 cents. ' No bother to
' re pa re. tull directions with l'utex.
It heals the In II anted membrane so
rently and promptly that ym wonder
how it dis'S It. Also looeens a dry, hearse
or tight couch snd stops the fnrmstii'n of
l.hl. tfio in tha threat and brunobial tubes,
thus euJiiij; the pc.rniittv.nt loose cough.
lines' Is a liltfhlv concentrated com
pound of N'rwr pine e tract, rich In
pueiaeol, and is fatuous the world over
lor its heaimit effect on the membranes,
To avoid disappointment, ask your
drtieaint for ounce of riiiei," and
d'n't accent anvth'na rl;te. A guarantee
of al-siilute anl ifsctiim, or money prompt
l refunilci. w'tn this preparation.
IJie fines to., H. Sayne, lad.
fi(ve your "best girl". a Valen
tine that she will always cherish
a handsome Diamond Ring;,
Special sale brilliant genuine
diamonds, any style, solid gold
L if v.-z a f
Asks for Divorco
and Custody of Two
Children and Maro
Mra. Kathertns M. Kruae la p.tlUon
for a divorce from John H. Kruse, asks
for tl.a custody of two children and on
gray tnare. Mrs. Kruse charges hr hua
band ith cruelly, aawertlng that he
forced her to do a man's work on their
(aim nuith of Klorrnc.
f . r Vlii'iiia 1 -.; :il appear
v l'i f is HHill. in the studio
w .ivfi.fua 1 ! j,f.n srt...la-
tasiolsf Mister )
Tl. fust dose of Vt. Bll'e flne-Tar-llniiey
U1 help you. It kills the fold
irm. Only Sc, All drugKlats. Advrr-
6? 1 .allies ttins;,
14k solid gold, Lof
t t s "Perfection"
1 iiajnoiKi, C K Jl
fS a Moats.
ere nisni d
Ivtng, 14k solid
fine Pls-f irH
mn.e . . S. J;!
a.ba a ktoatn.
; u.i;aiu ua- V
j 1 eroii ly eMsjct.
h1 . v Lit
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Ht titvh ma i 9nm M l
an.(iel. at(l (tstUk1 M" wrtle.
S. G. FETSCOLAS
Miniier Amertfna lnlttis
ul k.,-lil.l Si.i-is.
ISO W. O. Vf. tt fir.
fruoe i,i'a e- .
ese sarf Tin.
Sen .li tielrher
T9 Men's Rlna
1-la.t Itek-her, ii.lf
enKraved. 14k soil 1
gold, fin m sts
fcO a V (J
mond . . .
ti.ao a Muata. lawBva
rvn nr write for Illustrated Cats-1
lu No. 903. Vhona lKuls lfj
aini our t-alesman will call. i
y rrras'ttT" .k.sntiiNr.R.
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. " e.e a rr ..- Ilk
J Li.w a VUi ( wliin,) M , .. ti
goth a raraasa.
rtiun C ti. Koogs a. SaldrW Sidg.
COAL CONSUMPTION IS
HEAVIER IN JANUARY
Cadet Taylor, custodian of the peat
office building, says that owing to the
extraordinary cold during the last month
roal consumption In the building; has
been forty tons greater than In the nor
mal January. His thermometer placee
the cold during this Jsnuary at 10 degrees
heTow normal for thla month. The nor.
mal annual coal consumption in the post
office building- la l.IOO tons a year.
wandy Special , , , Visitors
PpecLsJ An sorted
nut, chocolate nut
cream rolls. Hen
nlar 35c grade.
Wednesday, 7 C
To Omaha's Auto
15 to 20, should
make this store
, their headquar-
Through the good fortune-of one of our buyers now in New
York, who secured some wonderful bargains, we will hold a
Beginning Wednesday Morning
Thousands of yards of embroideries, comprising sample lines and the over-stock
of a large New York importer, are involved in this sale, all going at a fraction
of their worth In many instances sale prices are much less than one-half.
Embroideries Worth up to $1.25 a Yard,
Wednesday, a Yard .....
Widths are 18 inches, 27 inches and 45 inchesT"
IN this great sale we shall offer.ele
gant qualities in embroidered voiles,
embroidered crepes and embroidered
marnuisettefii some with colored bor
ders, some with white borders and still
'others in colors, with borders in self
colors dainty spring shades in the
most fetching designs.
HERE in wide array are the cm
broideries that are perfectly
adapted to the draped styles in cos
tumes just the embroideries for fash
ioning the ruffles arid similar, effects
and for dainty lingerie of varied kinds
which warmer weather soon will demand.
The low price f - 7mA is, we believe, much lower than you
for this sale -"v I ell U have ever naid for such embroideries
have ever paid for such embroideries
These Laces Priced Astonishingly Low
FOR WEDNESDAY One thousand yards of beauti- "fl tfT W
ful all linen Cluny lace, twelve inches wide, and worth to llMG
75c,. (bands and edges to match), a yard. ... .... . . ... . .
WednesdayA Soap SaleBBaSnt
. v Yoii'Know the Brands and the Usual PricesNote the Reductions
"Beat EnT All" Soap-
10 bars for. . . .
Pearl White Soap Spe-
10 bars for....
Felx Naptha Soap Spe
10 bars for......AejOC
Pure Castile Soap Spe
cial Wednesday, -a
1-lb. bar ...IlC
Physicians' and Surgeons'
Soap Wednesday, s
a cake. .v- .......
Violet or Verbena
Bath Eoap s
Cupid Toilet Soap
cakes for. ..... sjC
Old Dutch Cleanser
day, can ., C
Flash Biechanio Sokp
Special, 10c caq im
for.... ,t 7C
Time. 4ie Place, ' I
j iKe Dessert! ,
- T- I
IHE TIME sixty1 minutes in everj ftour! Tke place
anywhere and arJeryKeTe ! The dessert Ice Cream I
Do you knovJ cf anj delightful dainty' that greets you more
frequently at formal or informal gatherings ? j
There's selJom en occasion, be it banquet, reception, dinner or tea
without this food -aruJ-tonic dessert in sviJencs. That's true in the dead
f Winter, the heat cf Summer, the budding glorp f Spring, the somber
beaur of Fall! In the bus office it is quite as appropriate as in the
home. In the church it finds just as much favor as among group of
jolly, good fellows.
You hke it! Your family, your friends tvetylody Lkes pure,
rich, sweet Cream! It p!aes all classes, and pleases them in masses.
And, all because there's a world-wide lunger for purity1, wholesomeness,
For the smooth, velvet? texture that tickles your palate, the subtle
favor that arouse a desire foe more, just be sure for your own sake
to ask for '
( 1SJ ATI T. .
AD. Ice Querns
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