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THK BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, XOVKMBKIl 0, 1915.
Monday, November 8, 1915.
1NNEAPOLJ3 Is very proud of the fact that It Is the only city in
this section of the midwest that In In the Social Register and
recognlied In Fifth avenue or Newport.
There la no getting around It, or playing sour grapes about
It, Minneapolis Is "In;" and It Is but fit that slater cities keep an eye on
this model of fashion and mold of form.
Tor this year Minneapolis society has taken up the serious study of
advanced French. Dr. Marcel Morand, oi.e of the most distinguished pro
, feasors of the Sarbonne In Parts, Is giving a course In the graduate school
of the University of Minnesota. 'TIs an ill wind that blows good to none
-the doctor waa wounded In battle and has come to this country on a
ten months' sick leave and wedding trip as well. There Is a charming
romance to the latter, but It is another story.
The French course, now engaging the really smart ones, comprises
classes In "The Evolution of the French Novel," "Oral Diction" and
"Modern French Poetry."
It is not to be Inferred that Minneapolis Is laying itself open in any
' way to the charge of trying to be "high-brow." They are studying French
merely as a refinement, not as an educational or Intellectual stunt.
The average western girl Is wofully deficient In conversational
French. In fact, this seems her one drawback when she appears in east
ern circles. She knows German almost always, and has a thorough
grounding in the dead tongues. But, as for French, as It rolls and flitters
from the Hps of the woman of fashion in the east, the western girl .finds
herself suddenly a wall flower.
Perhaps Minneapolis Is working up for recognition on the other side
,. as well, and we may find ourselves "farther behind it than ever.
Naval Hero Admits that He Paid
$10,000 for First Wife's Divorce
Washington social circles are following
with great Interest the trial of a ult
brought here by the former wife of
IJeutenant Commander William P.
Oronan of the navy to recover fT.noO from
him In purauance of an alleged agree
ment under which she aivorceu him.
Lieutenant Commander I ronan, who
has a record for bravery In the navy, and
whoee aerond wife la a granddaughter
of General IT. 8. Orant. haa testified that
he marrlid the plaintiff while under the
Influence of liquor.
He declared that he never really loved
hie first wife and would not have mar
ried her had he not been under the In
fluence of alcohol.
He aald he had sought a lawyer's ad
vice about setting a divorce or an annul
ment of the marriage, and that the law
yer advised him to Induce his wife to net
the divorce. Ills wife agreed to release
hhn If he would make provision for her.
He admitted that he paid his lawyer 110,
000. He now contenda that the alleged
agreement to rr the flrat Mra. Cronln
J7.WU la not valid in law because con
trary to publlo policy.
, Fine Arts Society Lecture.
- The Omaha Society of Fine Arts an-,-.
nounees that admission to its lecture
Is not restricted to members of the or
; , iranl satlon. Single admlaalon tickets will
, be on sale at the door of the Hotel Fon
tenelle ballroom, where the lectures will
bs given. Prof. Charles Zueblln of Bos
ton, will open the series Tuesday after
.; noon at 4 o'clock with a talk on "The
. Oothlo Revival."
For Miii Wagner.
Mrs. Ralph Peters entertained this
afternoon at runcheon for Miss Mildred
Warner of Kansas City, gueat of Mrs.
Paul Gallagher. The decorations were
if pink rosea. Those present were:
!! Meaflamea Meadames
, Walter Roberts, - Kenneth l'atteraon.
? Ralph Peters.
)i Misses Misses
' Gladys Peters. Mildred Wagner.
Prairie Park Club.
t", The Prairie Park club held their regu
lar week-end dancing party at the club
i. house Saturday evening. During the in-
termlaalun a demonstration of a number
k of the latest dancea was given by Mtas
t Nellie F. Green, assisted by Mr. Fred
; Wedemeyer. The following were present.
L Meaara. and Meadames
? William S. Ixree, H. A. Wedemeyer,
I Uatea II. Kheam, C. Haynea,
? J. Hex Pell, J. W. Hkoglund.
: Charles Neff, C. P. Pennlatoti,
' J. R. Monia, Willi, C. Crosby,
George w. oaraner, M. J. Bcanneu,
i lxuia Nelaon, M.
i XI , DlA)il. 1."
John" K. Blttlnger, hT. O
, L Kent.
Frances N. Watt.
Mrs. H. g. Watt.
1 George P. Abbott.
'. Nellie P. Green,
t R. C. Conley,
It. B. Morlaon.
Pleasure Fait . .
5 The W. W. club met Thursday with
$ Mrs. Fred Martts. Mrs. Lags was guest
of the afternoon. The elub will meet
nest Wednesday with Mrs. W. C. Price.
' Birthdaw Party.
K Mlas Edna McCauley entertained In
If honor of her birthday at her home Fat-
urday evening. The table was decorated
In banked white and pink carnations.
The out-of-town guests were:
j Misses Mlaaea
' Jwtle Ollmore, Anne Oardels,
Apnea 1'lunsetl, . " Vern C, a rile la,
.- John Meeks, Virgil Hunker,
t George Oardels. Harold Gilmore.
The Omaha guests were:
Lei Amies Whiit Club.
Mra. George Keeliler entertained the
Lea Amies Whlat club Saturday after'
noon. Trlzes were won by Mra. C A
MrKensle and Mlas May flaamusnen. The
club will meet In two weeks with Miss
In and Ont of the Bee Hive.
Miss Edith Tula left laat evening for
Chicago, where she will visit with friends
for a few dsys.
Miss Anna Tlbbetts, principal of the
Peru Normal school, who was the guest
of her cousin, Mrs. J. W. Metcalf, dur
ing the state teachers' meeting, left to
day for her home.
Miss Ruth Weiler, who la a student at
the state university, was a gueat at her
home over Sunday.
At the Boyd Theater
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Burgess will enter
tain this evening at a box party for Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Wharton and Mr. and
Mrs. Liouls Naah.
Mrs. Cliarles T. Kountse will give I
bo party In honor of Mrs. Arthur Jer
rens of Chicago, the guest of Mrs. Wil
liam Pears Puppleton.
In the box of Mr. and Mrs. W. . Bur
gesa will be Mr. and Mrs. George 11
Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hum.
The Prairie Park Whlat club held their
firatOneetlng, to which women were in
vited, Friday evening. Among those
Mesars. and Meadames
J. A. Abbott, W. A. Smith.
W. F. Reynolds, Lewis.
H. C. Barton.
H. J. Blckler. Louis Nelson,
e. f. Cowdery, K. t Conley.
For Sirs. Poppleton'i Quest.
Mrs. Arthur Jerrens of Cnlcago 'arrived
this morning to be the guest for tha week
of Mrs. William Sears Poppletnn.
Mrs. Charles T. -tCountae will entertain
at a box party at the Boyd this evening
for Mrs. Poppleton's gueat. Other events
will be a dinner Tuesday svenlng by
Mrs. George Turner, snd Mrs. George
Bernard Print will entertain at dinner
Thurtday evening in Mrs. Jerrens' honor.
On Friday the Original Cooking club
will meet with Mrs. Poppleton, on which
occasion Mra. Jerrens wilt be the honor
For the Future.
The Psgalco club gives a dance Thurs
day evening at the Metropolitan hall.
The South Fide Progressive club will
entertain at their hall Tueadsy evening.
Mrs. J. E. George returned Faturday
evening after a short visit with her
fsther In Denlson, la.
Mra. Clarence Potter of Loa Angeloa,
Cel., ho before her marriage was Miss
Dorothy Frederlcksen of Omaha, is In tha
city for a short visit at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Frederlcksen.
On Tuesdsy Mrs. Potter will leave to Join
her husband In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent spent
the week-end In Lincoln as the guests of
Prof, and Mra. George R. Chatburn. Mr.
Vincent and Prof. Chatburn vers college
Mrs. Eugene Coleman of Edmonton, AU
berta, Canada, arrived today for a short
visit, having spent several weesa In Lin
coln. Miss El ma K. Jenkins of Lincoln Is
visiting friends In Omaha.
Mlas Alice Hayward of the Clarkson
hospital training class school spent the
week-end in Lincoln, her home.
Mrs. Isidore Wltmark of New Tork
City, who is the guest of her father, Mr.
Albert Cahn, at The Uintah, plans to re
main until Thursday. Mrs. Wltmark is
being entertained Informally by a host
of friends who welcomed her return.
Mrs. Wltmark was formerly Miss Viola
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HURT IH TORNADO,
MRS. HAMMER DIES
Wife of Vice President of Byrne
Hammer Faili to Recover from
Shock of Two Tears Ag-o.
WILL HOLD FUNERAL TUESDAY
Mrs. George L. Hammer, wife of
the vice president of the Byrne ft
Hammer Dry Goods company, who
with her husband was seriously In
jured In the tornado of 1913, died
Sunday morning at her home in the
Clarinda apartments, 302? Farnam
Her death was rather sudden, although
she had long suffered from Illness, as
well ss having been weakened by her
tornado Injuries and an accident ten
weeks ago. by which her left thigh waa
broken. She never fully recovered from
the shock of the tornado. 0 Mr. Hammer
lost a leg In that disaster,' when he and
his wife were burled In the ruins of their
former home on Thirty-ninth street,
which was in the direct path of the
Mrs. Hammer, before her marriage,
was Miss Mabel Templeton. She waa born
n Greenville, Pa., and married M
Hammer In WHO. The Hammers lived
for awhile in Pt. Joaeph, Mo., and came
to Omaha in 1W0.
She Is survived by her husbsnd, and
two daughters. Miss Hilds and Mrs. H.
L. Pritchett. Por years she had been
a prominent member of the First Pres
byterian church.' and was a leader In
Pt.neral services will be held at the
residence Tuesday afternoon, and the In
terment will be held privately at Forest
Night Coh Believed.
Dr. Bells Pine-Tar-Honey eases your
couerh, soothes the lungs and Invites
sleep. Only Ke. All drugglsts.-Advcr-tl
GREEK CHARGED WITH
STABBING BOUND OVER
Hsrry Poulos, Greek, charged with the
stabbing of Oscar Carlson, 130 South
Ninth street, on the night of October SO,
waa bound over to the district court un
der bonds of S7S0.
WSMlLf GRANT C RONAN
Women Shoald Take Waraing,
If the statement made at a New York
assembly of women that healthy Amer
ican women are so rare that they are
almost extinct. Is true. It Is time for the
women of Ametlca to take warning and
look to their health. It may be headaches,
backaches, dragging down pains, nervous
ness, mental depression that are telltale
aymptoms of some organic derangement
for which Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound a slmplo remedy made from
roots and herbs 4s a speclflo and may
be relied upon to restore women to a
healthy normal calitlon. Advertisement.
Cases Are Fewer for
' . Month of November
Health Commissioner Connell reports a
diminution of diphtheria cases throughout
Greater Omaha. The spread of the disease
In the South Side has been checked.
During this month twenty-one cases
have been reported, eleven being, in. the
South Side. There were 128 cases last
Only one case of typhoid fever was re
ported during October and in that in
stance the patient was a nonresident.
i. Murjnrle Tupp,
X Henry Bonner,
V Cheater Copley,
Mrs. Herman Rehfeld. Mrs. Nathan
" Mantel and Miss Lena Rehfeld will enter
? tain ' at auction bridge at the home of
Mrs. Mantel on Friday.
j Mrs. J. Ungar and Mrs. II. U Abra
hams will give a bridge luncheon at the
ii Hotel Fontenelle Saturday.
Former Omaha Girl Harriet.
Miss Lennah Johnson, daughter of Mr.
end Mrs. M. N. Johnson, formerly of
Omaha, was married Saturday to Mr.
Arthur Vaughn of Lander. Wyo., at the
borne of the bride's parents.
After December 14 Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn
will be at home at Lander. Wyo., on their
return from an extensive wedding trip.
At tha Oruheum Theater.
Mrs. Howard Cutler entertaftied a party
, of eight at today's matinee. Parties of
" five are given by Meadames Al Caseidy,
J. R. Uoldent & J. McAdams and J. H.
Morrison. Mrs. F. M. Penny had , sU
At the Tuesday matinee Meadames
Henry Weiler. T. B. Morris and J. V.
Resregier had made reservations for six
each. MesUsmes F. Stedinger and II.
lireen have reservations for five.
Reservations for the Wednesday mati
nee are twelve for Mra. W. 11. II. Walker,
and Mra., J. K. Butler, and Mrs. U. C.
Sinclair and Mrs. J. R. Carter six esch.
Mr. W. H. McCord will give a box
psrty tonight to six." Reservatlona are
made for Mr. F. A, Fltsgerald for six
and Messrs. N. Wasserman and Norrla
brown each for five.
Entire Shoe Stock of
Otto Qlck'i 0.-0. Shoe Store,
W. O. W. Bid.
Oa Sale Next Thnrsdar
All the Women's Pumps and Ox
fords, patent and dull leather,
regardless of style or T1
quality, worth to 4I.Zrt
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BRAN DEIS STORES
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eg I sswsswsssasgM sg) m. I
A Cluster of Special Values
Selected for Tuesday's Interest
No laggard lots of merchandise arc allowed to hold valuable shelf room at
'.Brandcis Stores. Thcv must be kept movinsr. Therefore, these excellent values
for Tuesday, much below regular prices. On sale in our Great Enlarged Basement.
. Special Values In
vv50 Dozen New Black Silk
Velvet Sailor Shapes, worth
i to $1.98, special p
100 Dozen Flowers, Orna-
nwnts, Gold and Silver Trini
.mtags, etc., positively f
' Worth to 75c, choice. . 1VC
IN THE BASEMENT
CLOAK AND SUIT
Look-Like-Silk Petticoats, black
sateen, imitation black eateeo,
imitation heatberbloom. In . 0
all colors. Values to
75c, speplal TUV
Beaotifol Lingerie, crepe de
chine combinations, linens and
Jap silk blouses. Sizes
34 to' 46. Specially .
Misses' Shoes, made of .bb;
calf, lace styles, very serv
iceable shoes, sizes a -tf
liy2 to 2, at pair. . .if)! . 17
200 Pairs Women's Odds
and Ends Shoes, tan, patent
and dull leather, button and
lace styles, mostly j-
small sizes, at pair... jC
Vfomen's Pure Thread Silk
"Boet IIORlery, black white and
all toe latest shades. Double
heels, toes and 'soles. r(
crpsjoiBt, at nlfLL
Women's Cotton Fleecy Lined
vUotoa Salts, in medium . and
light weight; white sf
and crestn: all styles. llUf
1 Worth to $1.25, each . . . w
Women's Fine Cotton FleecT
iVtwA Union Suits, all sizes, in
xmtch neck, elbow sleeves, high
neck, long sleeves. r
.Worth BOo sale price AtC
at. eafih Wv
7j00 Yds. Stylish Fabrics
A remarkable purchase of all
wool drees goods, suitings and
coatings in medium and heavy
weights, embracing all the most
fashionable weaves and colorings
for fall and winter wear. There
Isn't a woman who can fail to find
among these splendid fabrics cor
rect materials for tailor-made
suits, automobile and street coats,
afternoon dresses, house dresses,
separate skirts, waists, etc., at
such prices as will appeal to the
Values from $10 to $20 a yard
95c and $1.29
All Goods Sposzed and Sara ok Free
la Basement, Drapery Section
About 600 Extra Fine Lace
Curtains, scrim curtains and
Swiss curtains, values to $2,
Two Gross of Regular 10c
Lace Curtain Bods, as long
as they last, Tues- f
day, each OC
18 Pieces of Seal Imported
Colored Madras, values to
75c, special Tues
day, yard LOC
Absolutely and Positively IT armless
; "llrownatone" InstMtly Cbaagos
j the Hair to Any Shade of Drown ,
(or Block If Preferred).
Nothing so roha a woman of her good
look a and attractivanaas as gray, etreak-
or laded hair. And there is no mora
reason or saose
la tolar ttlnl
u n a t tr active
hair than there
nbee om I s g
all of tha mora
long ago iwoog.
ntad Hits fact,
and sn waar
thtir hair not
only In the
style, but aiao
the ooUr, most
Tha ona hair
'stsln that stsnds supreme Is "Brown.
:tona" It is Simula and easy to uaa. Juat
comb or brush It Into your hair. It ran
,not be detected, will not rub or waah
off, acts Instantly, and la abaolutaly
l!rownaton" will give sny shad da-
sired from gulden brown to blsjuk.
Your druralat sells "Brownatona"" er
will get it fr you. and it la worth your
while to insist upon having this prep
aration and not something elaa. A sani
rle and a booklet wilt be mailed you
upon receipt or is eents. ana youroraer
will he filled direct from our labora
tories if you prefer.
Two slses I5o and 11.00.
Two shades One for Golden or Me
dium Brown, tha other for Dark Brown
Inslat on "Brownatona" at your hair
dresser's. ' Prepared only by the Kenton Phar.
tnacal Co, J E. Pike St, Coylngtoj.
Bold and piaranteed In Omaha hv
Sherman ft Mcl'onnell Drug Storea and
oilier leaiUng dcalera.
Omaha Manufacturers Deserve Omaha Patronage
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Jlotor to Lincoln.
Mr. and Mra. Lincoln Moigan motored
to Lincoln Sunday to spend the day with
Mr and Mra Arthur Paige.
Mr. and Mra. Uotild Diets motored to
Lincoln Thursday to spend a few days
Hh Mrs. Diets' mother, Mrs. A. M. Put
nam. Mr. and Mrs. Diets returned early
last ek from an eastern trip.
Lincoln Folk Married.
Miss Ethel c limits, daughter of Henry
Schmlts. and George V. Bo h I pie y. both of
Lincoln, were married Tuesday at
o'clock la the parsonage of the MoCabe
Methodist church at Omaha. Rev. W. H.
Underwood performed the ceremony. Mr.
and Mra. Buhipley will make their horns
Wiiber C. Btaley of Unouln and Miss
Mary R Moyer of tk-ranton. Pa., were
married in Omaha Wednesday at 1 p. m.
Tiy wilt waka their home at lit Nelson
La.Grippe and Colds
IcTQiippe and Colds, Antl-kamnla(A-K)
fablels are unexoelled. as they stop tbe
peine, soothe tha nerves, aud bring tbe real
so greatly needed by nature to restore tbe
system to health. Phyalcians bays used
theaa tablets for over twenty years. In tbe
treatment of sold a, f e ve rs and la g rlppe, and
have found no other remedy more useful us
iheae eoodltlons. AnU-kanuua Tablets are
so Inexpensive, so pleaaaut to take, ao saw
laiaatory In their reaulta, and so useful in all
sondltlons where there Is pain, that A-It
Tablets should always be kepi In the house
lor the time of need. Many rf our ableak
physicians obtain perfect reeu!.a In la s rlppe
and colds, by eleanalug the system with Cp
som salts or "Aolotds", a very good ealhar
tlo, putting the patient on a limited diet, aud
admlnlaterlng one A-JC tablet every two or
three hours. This treatment will usually
break up the worse ease la s day or two,
hue In milder eaaea, ease and oomf ort fol
low almost Immediately. These tablets are
also uuexoellea for Mearalgta, Kbeuma.ua
Pains, The Paios of Women. Indigestion
god insomnia. All druggists have them.
pyt at. a.
DO THESE SMOKE-STACKS CARRY
A MESSAGE TO YOU?
Did you ever stand in the window of one of our high of f ice buildings and gaze out
over the rolling clouds of smoke vfrom Omaha's factory smoke stacks? You have, we
know but did you get the message that a 16yal Omahan should have received?
Did you realize that every cloud told the story of thousands of dollars worth of Neb
raska's raw products being turned into finished manufactured articles? Did you think of
the great profit this ready market meant to the farmers of this state farmers who are
your customers and spend their money with you?
When you see the switch-engine bumping the freight cars
along the side-tracks in Omaha's factory district, do you think of
the millions of dollars that Omaha factories are each year paying
to Omaha laborers? Do you think of the prosperity that this
money-circulation in home channels brings to each one of us
Go now to some commanding edifice gaze out upon the
great Omaha factories picture to yourself the wonderful future
that this great industry will have if each one of us does his part
if ho boosts and uses and serves Omaha-made goods.
By always buying Omaha-made goods we help make Omaha
prosperous. . :
" And then, too, we secure better goods than the same money
would buy if purchased from outsiders. It costs less to sell Omaha
made Goods in Omaha than it does goods which must include a
heavy freight rate in their selling price.
You may always depend upon this rule: Omaha-made Goods
cost less for the same quality, or you secure better quality for
the same money.
Omaha-made Goods must satisfy. The manufacturers live
here, they are your neighbors they are on the ground person
ally to back-up every guarantee, to make every promise gcod.
Always Talk, Use and Serve Omaha-Made Goods
Omahtia Products TTiat
More Omaha housewives are learning the high qual
ity of Omaha food products each day. In food prod
ucts especially should one be careful of her purchase.
Hie particular housewife can always depend upon
Omaha-made goods, not only being of the highest
quality and the most economical in price, but the
freshest and most palatable.
Four Omaha manufacturers of food products bear a
reputation for quality products that haa been justly
earned through long years of service.
THE FAIRMONT CREAMERY
among pure food products, manufactures the famous
Delicia Ice Cream a wholesome, satisfying dish
that brings rosy cheeks to kiddies and smiles of sat
isfaction to grown-ups, whether served in summer
THE WATERLOO CREAMERY
manufactures "Waterloo Creamery Butter and Elk
horn Condensed Milk. The high quality of both is
making new and lasting friends each day.
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