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THE TIKE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, OCTOTJEH 5, 1015.
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Monday, October 4, 1915.
THEY are her. "Whit?" you ak. rantelettes!
, I saw them with mjr own eyes Sunday afternoon as I saunt
ered out of the Hee building.
There, walking up Farnsm street, was a blonde beauty clad
In a dove-grey crepe de chine afternoon gown. Just dpIow the hem of ber
ehort aklrt I saw the shirred edges of what certainly could not have been
Just then an accommodating gust of wind blew around the corner-
and my suspicions were confirmed. Of tbe same material as the gown
were they, loose, and shirred closely about the ankles.
The pantalettes had arrived!
I waa eager to do a Sherlock Holmes stunt in rilnrnvor ih Mantitv nt
ids rair pantaiette wearer, nut I was assigned to the women's meeting at
the Auditorium and I had to hurry on my way.
Do you remember that Billy Burke wore pantalettes when she war. In
Omaha toward the close of the last theatrical season? I note, too, that
Alice Roosevelt Longworth and others are devotees of the voae. so tt Is
fair to assume that we may all be wearing 'em before long.
ABERDEEN, now on her
way to New York to lec
ture here. Lord Aberdeen
was at one time governor
general of Canada.
ALL OYER STATE
Last Week Favorable for Maturing
the Cereal, with No Frost to
Festivities of the Week.
Miss Marjorie llowtand la giving a
luncheon. at her horn tomorrow for Mr.
iUiMjr Smith of Hartfoid, Conn., who
la the fiest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. i. F. Dale.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrti will give a
boa party at the Boston Hymrhony con
cert at the Auditorium Thursday even
ing for their guests, r. Carl Holmes
and Mr. T. B. Stlllwsll. Mr. and Mix.
Mets are also planning a supper parly
following the coronation ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hotierta will give
a dinner preceding the coronation ball,
complimentary to Mr. liartlelt and Mr.
Mrs. Charles Wars will give a brlcltre
luncheon Wednesday, when covers will
be placed for twelve guests.
Miss Marion Kuhn will entertain at
dinner Informally Wednesday evening In
honor of Miss Gertrude McCarthy of
Miss Daphne Peters will glva a suppnr
at the Omaha club after the coronation
Mrs. Pen Gallaghsr la planning a din
ner for Mas Gertrude. McCarthy pre
ceding the ball.
A large number of the younrep aet are
planning to havs dinner at the I' nl ver
sify club before the electrical parade on
Wednesday evening, stay for tha danca
and than have supper at the Hotel Foil
tensile. Mrs. W. Itlghter Wood will glva a
Kensington Thurtday afternoon for M.s.
Sidney Smith of llartrord.
MUs Eleanor Mackay. Miss Ltiolle
Rm. Mr. Austin Galley of New York
City and Mr. Frank Bel by will make jp
a foursome at Uie Cnlveralty club din.
er dance Wednesday evening.
Theater Parties at the Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess will enter
tain thla evening at a box party at the
lpyd theater In honor of their guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Condlt of Beards
Xown. 111. The party will Include:
Messrs. snd Mesdatrtes
Kloyd Condlt. E. K. McMann.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Naah will give a
boa party, as will Mr. and Mrs. Benson.
Frank Hamilton will hive four gueau,
as will J. r. Kennedy, lxyal Cohn, W.
T. Burns. llck Stewart, Luther Kountse
and F. W. Judaon.
lleservatlons for two hare been made
by tha following: De Foroat Kchards,
Charles Mets, A. V. Klnsler. Charlton.
Fd George, Lester Heyn, Jack Hughes,
George I'rtns. Mrs. A. Kemtngton. Harry
Tukey, r. W. Bacon, Dr. J. K. Hummers,
Will Leet, Mrs. A. Tlnto and Mrs. Her
York, who Is a guct of the Davis', plans
to remain until next Monday.
The Miese Ethrl rnd Jennie Holomon
returned Sunday from filling a musical
engngement III the southern part of the
Miss Dora Bass has returned from Bos
ton, where the hns been attending the
Leland Powers school. Miss Sass spent
the slimmer doing rhautauqua work.
Mr. and Mrs. H. U Parker and I ttle
dsushter, Grrtchen, left this morning tj
mke their home In I'hoet Ix, Arli. Mrs,
Psrknr Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
rrca K. Md-onnell of this city, and waa
formerly Miss Elltaheth McConmill.
Mr Charles Mcti nnd his sin, Philip,
Mr. Csrfl H. lnua of Clnrl:inatl snd Mr.
T. B. Ht 111 well of New York who hsvs
I been out on the Mcta ranch, will srrlve
'home Wtd nerds y morning. The out-of
.town younu men w.ll remain for the Ak-
. gar-Den ball.
Navy Rercruits Who
Enlist Here Make
the Best Seamen
Omaha furnishes better recruits for the
tmipQ mates navy than any ett.er re
cruiting point In the country, according
to a report from the Great Lakes train
ing station, just received by Lieutenant
T. M. Tipton of the local office.
A percentage of 100 per cent la accorded
Omaha In a table showing the percent
sga received at the Oreat Lakes train
ing station ffom the vsr.ous recruiting
points. No other recruiting station ranks
higher thsn 1 per cent, Indianapolis,
Minneapolis and Des Molnea esch having
that per cent. . Buffalo has a standing
of K, and the other stations rank as
follows: New Or'esns, SI; Detroit, 2;
Kansas City. 90; Milwaukee, 7; Bt. I-ouis.
88; Cleveland, S4; Chicago, 74; Pittsburgh,
The percentages Indicate tha proportion
of all men enlisted, who are not later
found to be deeerters. Inapt, undesirable,
guilty of bad conduct or possessing phy
Man's JLife is Saved ,
When Odor of Poison
Detected on Breath
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FALL SEEDIUO KOW UNDER WAY
According to the Burlington's crop
report for the week ending October
2, Nebraska corn held its own during
the period, by divisions, the condition
on the basis of 100 per cent for a nor- j
mat yield and crop being as follows:
Wvrnore .'. j
Mi-Cook !.. 115
In a general sy the week wss favor
able for the maturing of the corn crop,
for except in a few localities warm
wiather with considerable wind was the
rule. It is asserted in the report that
there not having been any frost during
the period reviewed early corn matured
ranldly, while the late I lsnted cent nuej
to make a rapid growth. As a result
much of the late corn passed beyond the
frost damaging stages. Much of the corn
still green hss sone into silos.
"'ht Th-ilr Out Oood.
Threshing progressed fairly well during
the eek. and the statement Is made that
wheat grown In the western psrt of the
state is coming through in better condi
tion then asWht( lpst'd. while that In
the eeetern portion bee sustained a little
n ore damage by reason of wet weather
thsn was anticipated.
It la estimated that In many portions
of the state 0 rr cent of the fsll plow
ing and seeding has been fiiilehed and In
others about CO per cent. The -n
bflng so favorable, if la prtdictcd that
the normal acreage will be seeded to
The apple crop of the state Is reported
to lie excellent with the exception of In
Hichardeon county, where early In the
n it was considerably dan. aged by
II through the eastern part of the
state there was a great dt.al of rain dur
ing the week, there hating leen more
than four Inches at Fremont, with nearly
as much at other points along the Platte
snd In the southern counties.
Potatoea are reported In prime condi
tion and In many pittances the yield Is
t mated as ngh as 400 bushels per acre.
TEACHES AT CRET&HTTHJ WHO
Carter Lake Club
Protests on Dump
Frank L. Weaver, president of th
Carter Lake club, appeared before the
c'.ty council committee of the whole to
complain of the new city dumping place
established at Willow Creek alough,
northeast of Csrter take.
Mr. Weaver fears that the lake will be
contaminated, but Commissioner Jardlne
and City Attorney Rlne assured him that
his fears may be allayed; that the city
has provided ways and means to protect
the waters of the lake.
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REV. WILLIAM J. HARKINGTON, S. J.
SCHOOL KIDDIES TO
WATCH AUTO PARADE
All schools of the city will be dis
missed at noon on Tuesday, .account of
the Ak-Kar-Ben floral parade.
Omaha Women Will
Greet White Eibbon
Douglas county suffrsRiels held a rout
ing meeting at the Yobng Men's Christ Inn
sesoclatlon yesterday to plan for the en
tertainment of the White IUtbn special
carrying delegates to the national tem
perance convention at Feattle. which ar
rives In Omaha Wednesday morning at
o'clock. The delegates will spend twi
One hundred local women will rect-lve
the delegates at the station, A comm tte
made tip of Mrs. William Berry. Mrs. N.
J. McKltrlck and Mrs. Carrie Dawson
Scott was appointed to confer wllh Com
mercial club committees to arrange for
the distribution of Omaha-made gool
to the delegates.
Mrs. Mary Gerard Andrews, fornvr
pres dent of the Omaha Women's Chris
linn Temperance union, as well as the
Woman's club, gave a brief talk at the
Reservations for CO tcmpersnce women
have been made at the "Billy'' Sunday
Tabernacle for Thursday afternoon, when
the evangelist speaks to women only. The
women will carry their banners and sing
Insert Bltea anil Infection
Apply Sloan's Liniment to any bite,
sting or bruise; It kills tho poison and
heals the wound. Only 26c. All drug
Mayor Dahlman is
Back at His Desk
Mayor Dahlman has returned to his of
fice after an absence of several weeks.
The mayor aald he hns been 111. He was
at Excelsior Springs part of the time.
Neuralgia In the head Is the trouble the
mayor suffered, he teports. Mrs. Dahl
man returned with the mayor.
When Elmer Johnson of Dps Molnea,
i arrested for being Intoxicated, waa en
I route to the etatlon, Tatrol Conductor
Thrasher smelted a strange odor on
n v nv n Elmer's breath. Dr. Charles Shook at
OrDhenm Theater Parties. headquartera asserted thst It waa chloto-
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ludlow will ' form, and with the aid of a stomach
entertain eight guests at the Orphnum pump found that such waa the ca-w.
theater thla evening, complimentary to . Elmera conciilcn la not critical, but it
their guest. Mrs. G. W. Uliison. Follow- j mlkht hsvs been if Thrasher's nostrils
Ing the theater, the party wilt be en- had not been en the alert. Johnson as
terUlned at supper at the Hotel Fonts- . serted that he did not remember where he
to"11" secured the stuff, but Is of the opinion
Mr. Austin Galley of New York City, thtt It was administered hv aom
formerly of Omaha, la giving a box party , "Joker." Incidentally Johnson had been
at the Orpheum this evening. F. J. Flts
trerald will have eight guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritchett will en
tertain at a bos party. Their guests will
Elisabeth Davis, Meilura Davla. '
Howard Baker Raymond Low.
of New York, . .
Mr. Robert Bums will entertain at tha
Orpheum this evening. The party will
lisa-iih Fleming Mary Uurkley,
of Burlington. Dnphne Peters.
Messrs. M rnn
A. C. Potter, Robert Bums.
Dr. J. F. Anson wlh have four guests;
Loyal Cohn. four; O. C. Redlck. four; J.
L. Or kin, five; C. L. Farnsworth, four.
Byron Reed, Ben Baker, W. J. Connell,
1VV D Moliugh and Dr. KeUey will have
. three guests.
Reservations for two have been mads
by It. A. Tukey, Dr. Bailey, Dr. K. C.
Henry. Ralph Kitchen. J. B. Bulltvan.
Dr.. Mack, K. 11. Mauley, Mrs Emma
Manchester, Colonul Jewell and W. F.
The gu'a of Mr. and Mre. Ceorge
Urandel will be:
JlMrry Busworth, Csraey.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Louis.
Miss LiliUa Rogers of Chicago. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Joergensen enter
talned at their home Katurday evening
when their guests were;
M isats .
Klmer Johu n.
Charles r t.
Mrsors. and a i-Hlim
J. N. Joergenacu. J. 1 etrausaer,
and Is being held at head-
SUPREME COURT DECIDES
AGAINST NEW BREWERY
The city legal department has received
advice that the Nebraska Supreme court
has sustained the Omaha rtty oouncll
and reverwd the Dour las county district !
court in the matter of arantlna llcenaa
to the Minneapolis Brewing company.
The council refused the I ueiise on the
grounds that there Is enough wholesale
liquor concerns In Omaha. The district
court ordered the license issued nnd now
ths supreme court orders the lloense re
.fast the Tfclav."
A tailor's work Is sedentary. That Is
why most tailors suffer from constipa
tion. O. W. Roherson. Wichita Falls.
Tex., says: "I find Foley Cathartic Tab
lets the most del'ghtful, cleansing cathar
tic I have ever taken. They are Just the
thing." They keep the stomach sweet
and the liver active, drive away head
ache, dullness, tired feeling, biliousness,
bloat and other results of classed bowels.
Prompt and effective, without grip or
puln. Btout people praise there for the
light. free feeling they give. Bold
Our Semi-Annual Yard Goods Sale
Is making a rigorous bid for a record in sales. We will not attempt to repeat all the wonderful values which
we collected for this sale, for we know that the increasing thousands of people here the first day will adver
tise them more effectively than we can. But here aiia a few picked at random:
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS I FINE COTTON FABRICS I SALE OF TBJMMTNflS t TiWTRSMAirT!T. ottttt tto
New Fall Silks, worth zn
$1.60, yard .OyC
$1.50 Crepe de Cblne.
8Sc Messaline, worth 98c, AQr
$2.00 Suede Channeuse,
Dress Goods, worth to
Dress Goods, worth
FINE COTTON FABRICS
S2-Inch Dress Gingham, o t
worth 15c, yard OyC
Remnants of Fall Wash A-
Materials, yard UC
10 He Comforter Cretonne,
Amoekeaa; Outing Flannel, Ol
12 He ralue OjC
Fancy Suitings, fi 1
15c and 19c Longcloth,
No. 1100, yard
SALE OF TRIMMINGS
Fur Band Trimmings, -j -yard
$6, $i0 and 1.0
Black and Brown Oft ft (I
Coney For, yd.....7C 10 1
Bands of Jet, spangles, ef
gold, etc I.UU
Black Spangled and Jet 7C
Flouncings, yard HT. O
New Rose TTimmings, ,
worth 75c, yard OC
We cannot do these trimmings
Justice by mere words.
J. P. Coats' and
Clark s' Thread...
100-Yard Spools Sewing
Mercerized Skirt Braid,
25c Skirt Markers,
Best 60-lnch Tape Lines,
Our Best Scissors,
II II II
The literature department of the Omaha
Woman's club will hold its opening meet
ing on the regular day, Wednoetay morn
ing at 191 c'clxk, at the Young Women's
Christian association. Instead of Thurs
day morning, as previously announced.
At the Cwmercial Club.
The Thursday Morning- Bowling clun
l.sd luncheon at the Commercial cluu
today and spent the afternoon bowling.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Hall of Uneoln
have come to Omaha to make their
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bums will go to
IJncoin Tuesday to attend tha WUcu
Mr Alfred Uurtk-U of St Joseph Will
arrive Friday rscon for the Aar-lin
txdL He will be a guest at the T. II.
1'avU how. Mr. Howard BaJtsr of New
La. Grippe and Colds
f 'AOrtppe and Colds. Antl-kamttaA-K
faolats are uneicelled, as tbey stop the
ealns, soothe ths nerves, and bring the red
these tablets for over twenty years. In tbe
treatment of colds, levers and lasrtppe.and
havs found no other remedy more useful la
Ktese conditions. Antl-kamula Tablets are
so inexpensive, sc pleasant to take, so sat
Istastory ta taelr results, and so useful ins II
conditions where there Is pain, thai A-K
Tablets should alwars be kept In the house
for the time of need. Many t our ablest
physicians obtain perfect resul. sin lecrtppe
aud eolda, by cleaualog the system wllh t-p-som
taltscr'Aeuilds", a very good oalbar
tie, putuns tbe patient on a Itm.ted diet, and
aduilalstertug one A-K tablet every two Jt
three hours. This treatwenS will usually
break up toe worst esse Ir. a day two.
ti:e iu milder eases, eaae and eumtort fol
low almost .mmaduuely. These tablets are
also uneicelled for Neuralgia. Hbaumatte
iaJns, The fains of Womeu. IndlsesUoa
aad loaomala. All druggisu bave Ibeia.
CwtaiNe A-1C latists tear A AC
'This Is tho
Kind 1 Want!1'
"Mother tried all brands,
she know which It best
know how to get good,
wholesome bakings erery
bake-day how to save
Baking Powder money
avoid Lake-day sorrows.
"She likes the wonderful
leavening strength fine
raising qualities absolute
purity -great economy of
"Don't think the Baking;
rowdcr y ou now use is bcit.
Try Calumet once find
out w hat ro bakings are. "
Rmtrvd Hlsheet Awards
Acu C'es k i rtt
Stt Slip la Fun4 Cam
A Tour Through
afnytm-is highly inttrttt
tw.at tht present time the
ttore eurpatset itstif, Omr
ttocks f mtrthnndne repre
trmt the reem of the Jmte pre
duel tent tf the teremest mak
ert. ' This is a t me when the
great titr ptwtr t this
stert (an bt visual Mid in terms
of n, qushd va net.
On Hie main tleer mre mf.
vthut Jail stiks and dress
gteds, new laces and embrtiJ
eries, trimmings, hosiery and
knit underwear, iadies and
(kiUrm's shots, neckwear.
On the second Joor, Omaha
headquarters Jor Dame fa h
ton all the newest ou'hentic
modrs ;n suits, dresse, coats,
imnerv, b.ousts. Afutitn
wear, girls' af'Pa-el, skirts,
corsets, infants' wear, etc.,
ft worn d t ah several pages
of newsfaftr space to -fuatel"
convey to your mind
the exclusive advantages to be
enj'oved atxBrandeis Stores
But we can extend visitors a
eoraial tnvitat on and promise
th.it y u nit vote this one of
them'st nv tmr, most enter
ta mng, most beefi tat retail
institutions in a t America.
Don't miss a visit to our
Pi st eian Room tor rest ana
refreshment. Alto the G'een
Room Cafe with hieh-ciass
eabaret Damtv tun-het or
tubitantitl m alt w ih rood
serv er may be procured at
Jrem 25t up.
Jv tie way, our Green and
Blue Ro mt w it remain oen
next Wedn s iav erenino. Ta"ie
reiervat ons mat b? maJe now.
Women's and Misses' Outer Aooarel
New Fall Modes From the Basement
At $4 Q6. IInndreds f Correct Style New Pall
.sPext Dresses for Women and Misses. Dor
ens of pretty styles, copies of high-priced models; made
of fine all-wool materials, silk and serge combinations,
taffeta, silk, satin, channeuse, etc. The most wonderful
lot of fine dresses ever offered for so little money, right
at the start of the season. $7.50 to $10.00 values.
etc., for winter
in black coats Up to 50,
Women's and Misses
New Fall and Winter
Coats at Bargain Prices
A very special group at
this price. All new, up-to-date
styles, many dif
ferent kinds of coats, fine
all wool serges and light
weight rough coats for
early wear. Also many
coats of fancy plain mate
rials boucle, zibeline,
All sizes ; also some extra sizes
Values to $10.50.
Aft; Vin Fall and Winter Coats, many
AlUsVO different styles, in fine corduroy
and zibeline, with belts and big pockets; fine
fancy materials; white chinchilla coats; also
chinchilla coats in high collars. Copenhagen,
.rose, etc. Values to $12.50.
We offer you the choice of Wo
men's Silk Blouses, chiffon,
lace, net, crepe de chine, taf
feta, messaline, etc., pussy wil
low, georgette crepe, dozens of
styles, every size, wonderful
blouses for so little money,
copies of higher priced blouses,
$2.75 and $3.00 values, at, spe
Women's Sateen and
Im't ition HeatKerMoom
Embroidered bottom Pet
Petticoats, in many dif
ferent colors, 75c and $1
Bargains in Girls'
Girls' Coats, ages 2 to 6
years, bearskins, cordu
roys, fancy mixtures, etc.,
fine coats, excellent mate
rials, pretty styles, etc.
Regular $2.00, $2.50 and
At $3 AO 0ver 500 Girls' Fine Coats, mostly'
ni tpu.uv sample coats, ages 2 to 6 and b to
14 years. Made of fine velvets, plushes, cordu
roys, zibelines, chinchillas, etc. Every new style.
Values to $7.50.
At 47c Gir1' Dresses &e 3 to 6 and 6
n. . n v to 14 vearSf dozens of pretty
styles, plaids, checks, stripes, plaid and plain
and plain combinations, heavy wash materials,
all good practical materials for fall and winter
wear, extra good values at 65c and 75c
Many different styles of
women's White and Col
ored Wash Blouses.heav'
wash materials for fall
and winter wear, high
and low necks, new col
lars, long sleeves, all good
wash materials, worth to
FOR 2 LB. CANS
llrownell Hall Downtown Studio
Slfl MrCague Itailding, 1Mb axl IKxine Ms., Omaha, Nebraska.
. Piano Emily Week Deomgoole. Koptale NoBtlti-Naimska.
Violin Lutlia Anderson.
Pupils may enter at any time. Telephone. Ued 4418.
Tor terms, address, Brownell Hall, Omaha.
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Victor Victrola XI has all
of the latest and best feat
ures of the higher priced
Victor Victrolas, including:
Automatic Stop, Tilting
Motor, Improved Tone
Shelves for Holding Record
Easy Terms If Desired.
Our Record Service Nearest
Victrola Dept. Pompeian Room
Nemo Wonderlift bandlets prevent the peculiar
ills of women; correct them quickly; and often cure
.Nemo Wonderlift Corsets are,
ultra-stylish, supremely comfortable
and a big value simply as an article
of dress the hygienic features are
priceless, but cost you nothing
For All Figures
Come to the "SelMIelp" Expo
sition. Study the Wonderlift. Learn
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Corset Dept Second Floor.
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