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THE HEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. NE ITEM HER 22, 1915.
Ailutter of ellk, a whispering and a semblance of a worried look fore
tells that all is not as serene as It might be with the local suf
fragists. "Will the Congressional Unionists gain a foothold in
Omaha T" This la what it is all about. This is what Is making a few of
the well known workers slip Into their electrics and make a morning call
upon another with the "Totes for women" as the nearest and dearest of
One caa hardly realize Just what agony It will really cause until the
fart la made known that the sc'fragist "regulars" and the Congressional
Unionists are well, a bit out of tune with one another.
Mrs. E. M. Fairfield, ex-presldent of the Equal Franchise society and
chairman of the city central suffrage committee, has recently returned from
a summer spent In the east. She says that the names of many well known
suffragists In the east are identified with the Congresslonallsts.
The first sound of alarm of this faction was given last spring when the
Kqual Franchise society entertained Mrs. William Kent of California. Mrs.
Kent, who la most active In Congressional Union circles, waa extensively
entertained during her short stay in the city and spread the plans of her
fellow workers before many Interested hostesses.
Mrs. Fairfield waa entertained by Mary Carratt May of New York City,
whom Mrs. Pankhurst visits whenever she Is In New York City. In Bos
ton Mrs. Fairfield met Agnes Ryan of the Woman's Journal, the national
La Plaioma Club Plans. i
The La I'losoma club held its annual
election Friday at the home of Irvine
Borcnsen. The club will open Its fall
octal activities with an original Hallow
e'en party, "The Country Fair." Be
sides the season's dancing- parties, there
will be s stag' party and nwtlnK each
week and a large social entertainment
every twe month.
Harold Llnshan Is president; Ienlle
Bchermerhorn, secretary; Irving Borcn
pm, treasurer; Ftuil Krvln, reporter. The
committee on arrangements Include l'aul
Krrtn and James R. Williams.
Whiit Club to Same Officeri.
The Prairie 1'ark Ladles' Vhlt club
will meet Thursday afternoon, at ths
club house. As this Is the opening meet
ing of the euason, moat of the session
will be taken up with election of officers
and arrangements for the coming sea
At Prairie Park Club.
The fallowing were present at the
I'ralrle Park club's dancing party Satur
Messrs ai d Mesdatres
John K. BlttenMer, U. II. Rlieani,
'William Krk, K. J. teber,
W. H. Klster. K. O. Clay,
E. II. HagerMli'k, W. A. KniHh
J. A. MrCarty,
II. J. ScaniK'll,
K. II. Hraliieid,
lr. J. Hex Ml.
n. J. mcKler,
lieorge V. Oardm-r, C. C. llayno.
K. C Conley. II, O. King,
R. H. Lfwn, Charles Neff.
J. M. Morris, A. A. Wedemeyer.
A. C. Hunt. P. K. Duncan,
William V. Reynolds.:. K. Docekal,,
K. A. Lucke, Kdwln Cole,
W. 8. U.ree, W. I Blockatt.
Mrs. H. C. Barton.
Misses Mime a
Prances Waterman, Sndln IOtta,
Vayme Latta, Ktliel Morgana,
Nellie Green, Pauline Ureen.
Howard Qarden, Fred Wedemever,
JarsJd Bruce, H. F. Wallace.
To Honor Bride-Elect.
A number of social affairs have been
given during the laat few days In honor
of Mtss Francis Melchor, whose wedding
te Dr. C. F. . Patten of Omaha takes
place Wednesday evening at the bride's
Monday evening. Misses Amy and Eva
Nelson gave a linen and aluminum
shower. Tuesday the Y. O. C. club of
Omaha gave a miscellaneous shower.
Thursday Mrs. Howard Hulton, another
shower, and on Saturday Mrs, M, V.
Chapman gave an apron shower and din
ner for about twenty gueats. Mr. and
Mrs. John Melchor will give a dinner
for the wedding party, whlnh will be
followed by a rehraraal tonight.
Symposia Club Meet
The Rympoala club held Its opening
meeting of the season at the home of the
Misses Sara and Rose B rod key Sun
day afternoon. Eva Alpern was elected
president; Sylvia Levy, vice president;
Florence Shames, secretary; Dollle Lewis,
reporter, and Sara Brodkey, seargent-at-srms.
The Misses Hannah Kulokufsky,
Isabella Radrr.an and Minnie Orkln were
voted in as new members.
.The next meeting will be held at the
home of Miss Lottie Horn, Hunday, Oc
Social Affairs Planned.
Mis Marlon To wis will entertain at
luncheon Wednesday for Mlaa Irene Mc
Connell, whose marriage te Mr. Richard
Coud will be celebrated September 28.
Miss Alice Coad will give a luncheon
Saturday for Miss MoOonnell.
Among: the Yiiitora.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron K. Eaton and son, i
Charles, of Los Angeles, are the guests
of Mr. Eaton's parents, Mr, and Mr.
C. M. Eaton.
Mr. and Mrs. James Densmore of Buf
falo. Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Don-
aldson of Huston, Pa., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Anderson, en route
to the California expositions. (
Picnic at Kirk-wood.
Miss Virginia Offutt will entertain a
few friends at a plonlo supper at "Klrk
wood'' this evening, In honor of Miss
"Veva" Penlok of New Orleans, who Is
her guest. Miss Penlck, Miss Offutt and
Miss Esther Wllhelm were together at
Miss Bpence'a school last year. Miss
Penlck is en route from the California
expositions and will remain In Omaha
until October 1, when the young women
will leave tu re-enter school.
TC'f in-Monheit Wedding;.
The marriage of Miss Blanche Mon
helt and Mr. Leo Klein will be celebrated
this evening at the home of the brlde't
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Monheit. Rabbi
Frederick Cohn will perform the ceremony.
NEWPORT TALKED ABOUT
THIS PATCHWORK SKIRT
A somewhat extreme style, pertiaps, but
It had a smart note ef originality and
was highly approved. They are quite
easily made, too.
Being an original faddist this young so
ciety lady added a new Idfa to her outfit
by carrying a little wicker bird, ease
hung from the wrist. And for what?
Just a fad, pertiaps, hut, supposing It
carried her little vanity accessories. The
younger women nd iptcd It and all society
smiled and approved.
Just some ft the caprices of fashion,
but it shows that unique Ideas and orig
inality are always at work in the world of
style, and our designers In New York al
ways on the alert for Inspiration and
By courtesy of Brandels Stores.
At the Field Club.
Among those who will entertain guests
at the closing- dinner of the Field club
Saturday are: Mr. and Mrs. II. S. We It,
who will have thirty guests; J. W.
Hughes, four; O. W. Shields, thirty; Har
ley Conant, ten; J. II. Hussle, six; C. W.
Calkins, four; II. B. Kohn, four; T. H.
Kel'y, ten; H. A. Cameron, eight; A. H.
Fetters, ten; Lester Drishous, four; O.
8. Goodrich, six; A. A. Russell, twelve;
C. B. Liver, six; L. J. Wlllard, four; C.
C. Kvenhlld. eluht; II. . Daniel, six;
E. ft. Fuller, four; TT. T.. rtinid, ten;
John Mach, six; K. H. Wlllutm. four;
H. If. Dsvl. four, and Albert Cahn. four.
Mrs. F. II. Krug entertained at lunch
eon at the club today. The table deco
rations were In red and white snd covers
were placed for twelve guests.
Mrs. W. n. Roney entertained at lunch
eon at the club today, when cover were
aia tor eigni guests. i
At Harnv Hollow Club.
The annual Harvest Home dinner wilt
be given this evening st Happy Holloa
club. The reservations have been r.--st
lcted to the members of tho club. Th
seating capacity of the dln ng room Is
limited to 300 and these seats will be oc
cupied by the members snd their families.
The tables will be laden with the good
things which the recent harvest ha
yielded snd the ball room will be deco
rated with corn stalks and greens.
Lnnrheon for Mis Smyth.
Mrs. S, B. Doyle gave a most attrac
tively appointed bride's luncheon today.
10 nonor iniae none. Smyth. The decora
tions were all In yellow and white, and
symbols of the nuptial season were used
Profusely. The centerpiece was an altar j
with bride and groom, all enclosed In aj
gold ring Intertwined with yellow and
bride's roses. Hearts, doves, cuplds and
gilt rlriKS predominated In the decora
tion. Covers were placed for: . . .
8. H. lyle.
C. J. hmyth.
Lnnchen for Wedding Partv.
Miss Frances Hochstetler and Miss
Kleanor Maokay entertained at luncheon
at the Country club today for Miss Irene
MoConnell, a September bride. The cen
terpiece waa a large, pale green basket
filled with Shawyer roses and pink snap
dragons. Tulle bows In the three shades
were drawn from the centerpiece to each
place and were attached to each place
card. Following the luncheon, the guests
were entertained at an Orpheurn party
and tea at the Hotel Fontenelle by Miss
Mary Louise Latenser. In tne party were;
.M Issrs M Uwes
Irene AicConnell, Mary Louise
Marlon Towle, Latenser,
Frances Hochstetler. Eleanor Mackay.
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns will have
four guests st dinner at the club this
The West Omaha Mothers' Culture
club has postponed Its opening meeting,
scheduled for Friday, until October S.
Instead, the member will attend the
I mothers' day meeting at the "Bl'ly" fun
idsy tabernacle In a body.
Mr. George N. Hicks, who has been 111
at his home for the last three months.
has suffered a relapse.
Mrs. E. M. Fairfield and daughters have
returned from a summer spent In the
east and are at the Colonial for the
Miss Oertrude Keating leaves Wednes
day for Nebraska City, where she has
accepted the position of superintendent
of a local hospital.
Miss Johanna Anderson has returned
after spend ng the summer In California
and Oregon. She will be ready to resume
her studio work In October.
Mlsa Jessie Toung of New Tork, for
merly of this city. Is expected the Ut
ter part of the week, to be the guest of
her brother. Dr. O. Alexander Young,
and Mrs. Young for several weeks.
Ugly Hair From Face
t-asr Monti nednera Rates Via
Nickel Plate Road.
. New York and return, 128.65. Boston and
return, C7.6B. Low rates to other eastern
points. Confer with local agent, or ad
dress, John Y. Calahan, A. O. P. A., 68
West Adams street. Chicago.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
Betiuty-destroylng hairs are soon ban
ished from the skin with the aid of
dclatono paste, made by mixing some
water with a little plain powdered dele
tone. This Is spread upon the hairy sur
face for 2 or 3 mlnutt-s. then rubbed off
and the skin washed to remove the re
maining delatone. This simp.e treatment
banishes enery trace of hiilr and leave-
the skin without a blemish. Caution.;
should be used to be certain that It Irj
delatone you buy. Advertisement. u
New Service to the Korthwett
The Chicago, Milwaukee St. Pa-it
Railway has .lust placed In servKe
between Sioux City tnd Seattle and
Tacoma new steel observation sleep
ing cars leaving Sioux City at 7 P. M.
ilnllv TMs new arragement affords
excellent through service to the North
Pacific Coast as well as to Intermed
iate points. Miles City, Har owton,
Butte, Missoula, Hpol-ane and Ellenu
burg. Reservations may be obtained
at Citv Ticket Office, C. M. ft 8t P.
Ry., 1317 Karnam St, Omaha, Neb.
READ TODAY'S WANT ADS
TjaaCWSSTBSi S i S I tt i - w af nmUUm awainsa. I ii an, 3
A Number of Sample Suites
for 25 Less Than Regular
A $38? Sheraton mahogany dining suite of 9 pitn.es table, buffet,
arm chair and 6 aide chairs handsomely inlaid.
A. $180.50 Sheraton mahogany dining suite of 10 pieces table,
buffet, serving table, arm chairs and 6 aid chairs.
A $223 3-plece mahogany bedroom suite of poster design, dresser,
chiffonier and dressing table very finely executed.
These three Items Illustrate the savings to be had upon a number
of bedroom and dining room suite, If purchased complete single
pieces from theee suites will b sold only at regular prices.
Seamless Axminster Rugs
; 0x12 Elxe, $23, $27.50 and $28.50.
lta a satisfaction to know that you are choosing your rug from
the newest and best the market affords. These Axmlnsters are all
that. They are the most attractive rugs of their kind we have ever
eon and the prices are most moderate.
4-xo-6 else, $7.70 and $9.00
6x0 size $14.00 and $15.00
DxlS else $25, $27.00 and $28.00
A lurtfe assortment' of email Axminster rugs.
An Excellent Quality of Real
Inlaid Linoleum, Sq. Yd. 75c
Somewhat lighter in weight, but as carefully made and of as good
materials as the more expensive grades. One of the best values we
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
4 1441 G-41 8 South Sixteenth St
1- at. T I m I d
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The Main Floor
ii cn v td with all tht
t)e icorvtt of drtft
ho$itiy, ikort, gvvtt,
ntckw ar, ibbor, inctn,
t broid4i i i, trimming
und the got1 eout new
s i As, vtlcti and bri.au
To the w man of fas'i
ton and to thote wo have
m dea study of fashion,
tAir mitortmen s repnunt
tht uuit ortd basis of
tht ntw all asAvns.
The Second Floor
it F'thion't headquar
ter. filA tht nei gowns,
suits, truck, Ciat, Jure,
ntidtn'ri), Oloute, i;ani
trtd together virtvVy
"irom tut four comers
of the w rid."
ii it tht result of keen
knorcUdge und cntinu
i.u. stuut, of aoAi'onx
gnuranteting you ln,tt
pleasure tn your pur
chases und currying an
assurance ot tht most ex
pert style designing.
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L. Kaaaaa City ....Site su Ba.
Aw, Sail lke City ...lue p. sa.
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Bead for our handsome fold
er oa California's Expositions
sad the way there ea The
T. T. GOD TRET,
A. A, r. Oasaka, Hah.
The Social Season, Ak-Sar-Ben, Charity Concerts Are
Events Prepared for in Our Autumn Opening
We present for your approval the Benson's newest modes which -we had especially in mind for these events. In order r
that your model :nighl be an exclusive one, we purchased but one'of a design, and they include copies from such fertile
minds as Callot Soeurs, Paquin, Deer, Bernard, Worth, etc. tin extensive collection selected for a discriminating patronage.
Our Autmn Opening, to which we extend a cordial invitation, summarizes the stoiy of the fashions by thousands of
examples of the styles designed and authenticated by those acknowledged to form the Court of American Fashion, - ' .
SUITS, FROCKS AND GOWNS FOR WOMEN
Never, we believe have frocks and gowns been here in
a more comprehensive array for Opening "Week. They are ..'
the world's best style originations.
Prices from $39 up to $198
Another special group we have st-lected for Opening Week
includes gowns, dancing and party dresses, whollyCojJ "
charming in fascinating variety. The price will be. .Ja3 '
Upen Display of Mew Draperies
A complete, new assortment of handsome suits inter
preting the new fashions in clever, original ways altogther
different and charming.
Prices from $49 up to $169
During Opening Week wo will of fer a special gTOup of high
class tailor mades, embodying the good features of JO C
many of the tngher priced models, at 00
These New Rugs Will
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"We offer for "Wednesday two exceptionally good val
ued in Axminster and Velvet Rugs:
Size Regular Price Sale Price
9x12 $22.50 $18.75,
8.3x10.6 $-U00 $16.75
0x9 $11.75 $ 9.75
36x72 $ 3.50 $ 2.93
27x54 $ 2.25 $ 1.93
9x12 ,$20 (K) $17.75
8.3x10.6 $18.00 $15.75
27x54 $ 2.50 $ 1.09
Linoleum, 6 feet wide, 55c quality, per yard. 40c
"Why not buy your drapery wants from Omaha's larg
est and most complete stock We are showing everything
that is new for fall; 20 expert clerks to wait on yon.
Scrim Curtains, trimmed
with lace, per pair. . . . ..
Bung-alow Curtains, C(
very special, per pair. O A OU
Filet and Loom Weave Curtains,
over 24 patterns; spe
cial, Monday pair. .
Lace Edge Curtains, these arc
very new; your choice f0 Cf
Monday, per pair. . . . U
Marquiesette Curtains, ivory
ecru, at, per
Duchesse Curtains, with very neat
edges, specially pclrde.tftQ QQ
per pair J)00
-Cretonnes, we show the largest
line In the city, specla, Ofl.
yard, from 19c to sJai
THE BEER YOU LIKE,
is the extract of the
golden grain. with a
delicious hop flavor.
Each bottle has a
coupon. Save them
and get Free Premium.
'Phone Doaglo$ 1889
Luxus Mercantile Go.
Fred Krns CrewtRj Co.
Ribbon Edge Voile with colored.;
borders, endless assort- QQ "
ment, at, per yard s3a7C,v,
Figured Crepe for comforts, reg-
ular 25c value, special, sg
per yard IDC
4 5 and 48-Inch Imported Scotch
Madras,. 60c value, spe- QQ
daily priced, yard UjCr
40-inch Cable Cord Etamlne, 60o"'
value, at, per nn '
Couch Covers in woven tapestry;
worm 10 &, specially
Filet Net. 45 inches wide.
Curvex Curtain Rods, the kind
that will not bend or tar- Q r"
nlsh. Each, 2 5c and ... . Ut)C
Ice Cream Day
Pint Bricks, 10c
Quart Bricks, 20c
Full Cream Caramels,
assorted nut and plain.
Special Wednes- or J
day, pound L JC
"Whole Brazil Nuts, dipped iu
crenm; reffnlar tXv grade,
eduesnay, per QQ
Consists of buying The Right Piano at
The Itight Price.
The PRANPKIS SYSTEM of selling
PIANOS and PI, AY Fit PIANOS is in keep
ing with all other departments of our mam
moth husim.-ss, inasmuch as
Satisfaction to Our Customers
Constitutes the first link in AN ENDLESS
CHAIN OF FRIENDS.
Your convenience will always be consid
ered in making terms of payment.
Brandels Piano Department
J'or Wetlnesday selling: wo'j
offer several interesting values
in new spsonable Wull Papers.
New Shades Pulp Oatmeal Papers
In brown, tan, green, red and blue;
30-lnch stock; sold with borders.
Worth 15c. Special, at, per o 1
Kitchen, Bedroom and Attic Papers,
with borders to match, all colors; .
worth to 6c, at, per o
Parlor. Dlnin Room. Hall and Stor "
Papers, a blx selection to choose 1
Irom; worth to 1 2c, special El
Wednesday, per roll OC
Bedroom Papers, in stripe, floral and
ailover patterns, with cut borders to
match. worth to 16e,
specially priced, per roll . ,
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