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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1915)
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is Going On
in Society Circles
(Continued from Fairs One.)
clety, whew she haa often visited her
tint, Mrs. John A. McPhane, during her
fonr years at the Sacred Heart academy
here and later after her debut. Mr.
Henntnic. who haa been a most tPulr
guest, haa traveled extensively and aeen
much of society In the eastern states and
After December 10 Mr. and Mrs. Ilen
nlng trill be at borne at US Tonawanda
utreet, Dorchester, Boston, Mass.
Miss Marie Verderber, datiRhter of Mrs.
J. Verderber of New York City, was
married In San Francisco to Mr. Wilson
SwIUler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Swltzler of this city. Mr. and Mrs.
wltsler will reside In San Francisco, at
east until next sprtoMT.
She's a Regular Traveling Saleswoman, but
She Dotes On Omar and Loves Pretty Things
The new Cudahy lr house at Peymour
lake Is beln rebuilt very, rapidly and
when completed will he one of the Urg
ent In the state.
A son waa born Saturday to Mr.
Mrs. John B. Brain. Mrs. Brain
formerly Miss Jessie Spence.
Pagalco Club Dance.
Tha Paralco club held a dance Thurs
day evening at the Metropolitan hall.
Those present were:
mi . Miftaes
Frances Mulholland. T;1 ?" Redhouse,
K. S. Kaar.
W. A. Crownover,
. . , tri.,-. .... " . I ' . nuumin, '
Rmhimf Maulelnnn. -reu. i"1"'
B. W. Kluln.
Li. D. Curnes,
C. B- Casael,
J. O. Ritchie.
R. J. iAChappelle,
C. E. Kline,
Y. K. Baunn,
B. K. Shoffcr.
8. P Glasgow,
If. W. Halter,
O. B. Penner,
J. W. Morrill,
R. If. Fuller,
V. E. Noach.
U J. Poetle,
H V. Ke'.ly.
T. B. Peterson.
O. O. Smith,
Tha Dundee Friday Bridge Luncheon
will have a tea Instead of a bridge next
Friday at the home of Miss Olive Fer-
awuu. xuia win De the last mei
until after tha holiday.
r. oen warren gives a dinner tU
evening at the Fontenelle for Mlaa if..
Jorle Stewart of Muncle, Ind.. the popu
lar guest of Miss Elisabeth Davis, prior
10 ner Departure lor Chicago, where she
will u before returning home.'
Malv White shrine will give a banquet
at tha Masoalo temple Thursday evening
at (O'clock. A number of out-of-town
guesia win Be present. Mrs. Cuthbert
vmeent u tha president
The Week End Dancing club will meet
ai inamDer Saturday evening. Decern
. ber IS. '
ino owaeuica club was entertained on
7 nut-May afternoon at the home of Mrs,
F. Swearlngen.: Prisea were won by Mrs.
oweanngen and Mra. Foot.
Tnursday . club members of Calvary
Baptist cnurch were entertained Thurs
day evening at the home of Miss Kath
erlne Dorsey. Ten members, were pres-
miss iora May Douglas will be the
Rajah. Club Danoe.
The Rajah club entertained with
danoe at Turptn'a academy Friday night
j nose present were
Edna Ferber must have had some one
like Miss Norma Esterson of New Tork
City in mind when she created Emm
McChesrtey. Ml.s Kstersan, who is stop
ping at the Hotel Fonten&lle this week. Is
a traveling saleswoman for a New Tork
Not at all masculine Is she, despite her
calling. Indeed, this attractive little per
son Is a most dainty beauty, with the
bluest of eye, complexion like a roseleaf
and In appearance reminds you of noth
ing so much as the latest edition of
'.'Vogue." She radiates that optimism,
good humor and efficiency which made
Emma McChesney one of the most lov
able typea ever penned.
Can you Imagine a hotel room strewn
with trunks and bags of Infants' wear,
lounging roben, negligee, etc., and In
the midst of all this little Miss Estherson
oldlng forth an Inf nt's llp in one hand
and'' a pair of wee socks In the other.
pouting reams of Omar Khayyam!
Oh, make the most of what ye yet may
Before we. too. Into the dust descend:
Dust unto dust and under dust to He.
Sana wine, sans eong. sans singer and
When not quoting from the Persian
bard Mies Estergon la humming snatches
from opera or reading from some other
poet She confesses she has not yet re
covered from a girlish attack of being
stage-struck, and at one time she took
Instruction In dramatic art and voice
culture In one of Charles Frohman's
Miss Estcrson Just dotes on pretty
clothes and fineries.
'Isn't this a darling?" she asked, dis
playing a wonderful black chiffon velvet
evening gown with a luxurious evening
wrap to match, trimmed with white fox
furs. "And Isn't this a perfect duck of
hat?" referring to a jaunty white vel
Chocolates are passed and then tea is
served a typically feminine afternoon
call, as you see.
Picture the rude awakening then when
thla feminine Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde
leaps back Into her other personality and
breaking Into ecstaclea over her "line."
proceeds to quote prices and dozens and
lots with as much facility as a stock
ticker and with fully as much grace as
if she were still reciting poetry.
Then she will hold forth at great length
on the opportunities extant for ambitious
business girls. In a most militant man
ner, you would swear, if you did not seo
her In the act.
I can't imagine why more girls So not
take up traveling salesmanship. It's all
bosh about the hard life. There are
first-class hotels all over now and the
average business girl who goes down town
each day haa more to contend with than
the girl on the road," she eays.
Mlsa Esterson has been coming to
liaha for nine years now and boasts
many friends in the city.
Edward Lichtenbera-. Jerry Lvoni.
Dr. Frank Kublts- Handy Walters,
T. J. Gladwin,
Ktvn K v. n.
A. Van Dollen.
T. J. Sullivan.
J nomas olev.
Dr. John Kelly, -
Dr. Chaa. Anders,
1 X !
I 0 y f i
III. Hill .1 I II I.. I .1- .I .
Mr. and Mrs. George Green left Thurs
day for Yankton, 8. P., where they will
make their funture home.
Mrs. Casale Ford, who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. 1 K. Griffith the Inst
six weeks, 'left Thursday, for her homo
In Yankton, ' 8." D.
Mra. I.. A. Taylor Is spending a couple
of weeks at Excelsior Springs, Mo for
The Country club met at the Pbnoa
school house and listened to a lecture by
Prof. Fllley of the ' I'nlveialty of Ne
braska on "Country Cousins," I11uslrted
with stereoptlcon slide. A large crowd
was In attendance and greatly ertjoyed
the evening. , i .
Mr. and Mrs. A. U l. rich are iv-ndlnt
the week visiting relntlves In the west
ern part of the state.
Mrs. E. 1.. Plata was the gumt of honor
at a theater party given by her daughter,
Mrs. Edward Bento, In O.nnha Thursday.
M. P. Coe has relumed from a business
trip to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Qua Peterson, who sold
i their farm north of town last week, will
remove with their family lo Omaha the
Mr. M. Freden, who will open up a
tore here, ' waa In the city this week
looking for a house for his family. Hi
daughters sang at the Trstlval of the
Methodist church and will be a welcome
addition to the social lire of Florence.
Members of the Berea Hlble class en
Joyed a very successful box social Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kenyon of St,
Paul, Neb., spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mra. Charles Blake of
Mrs. Horace Hclfrlch will entertain the
t North Bide Blhie class Friday.
Mrs. Anna Fryer pf Vllllsca." Ia.. Is
spending a few days at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Chiles.
s r-Jyi,, J? '
KM.. sV . '. l !!' KNIw-y
the most accept
able Xmas pres
ent, shown in
great variety of
styles and at
AmrrUnn Mink Muff, tip from ..... Stn'n
4p Mink Muffa, up from '
l?el Kox Muffa, tip from . . . J.y. SlO.OO
ICnalnn FHt-h Mnffa, up frm' S35.O0
Jsp RaMfl Mnffa, tip from . .' 815.00
1'lnrk Fox Muff, tip from 31.r0
T '. 'A. ' J. ,x(W'
Illnck Lynx Muffa, up from
Itlank Martin (Skunk) Muffs up from
FcnVer Muffs, up from
Clvrt Muffn, up front
Otter Muffn, up from
I'Urh Opossum Muffa, up from
C'onry Muffs, Itlack nnd Itrown, up from
lltittam Sen I Muffa, up from
Nat urn I I.VXX Cat Muffa, up from . . . . .
SCARF and NECK PIECES
To ni.tlth nt rortexpontllnRljr low prices In all the latest stile.
Lntiu' HI 1SN HK.lL COATS, up from .
Indies' KFSHIAN rOSV tX)AT8, up from
Iille- WATKII .MINK CJOAT8, up from . .
. 401-3 South Fifteenth Stre8
Change of Residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. II. Payne have moved
from their Falracres home, which has
been sold to J. . Sunderland, and have
taken a house at 121 South Thirty-eight!
Matrons at Deanery Sale.
The Trinity parish aid sale of dolls and
fancywork will be held at the deanery
Wednesday afternoon from I to i The
following members at the Aid society
will be in charge of the booths:
A. K Keed, Milton iJariow.
Iraao Coles, Herman Kountse,
James Chadwlck, V. li. lavi.
Mr. R. C. Peters, who has been quite
111. Is now convalescent.
Mia Jesnle Kllllan of Wahoo was the
guest for the week-end of Mlas June
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fpiesberaer will
leave about December 20 to spend a month
are guests at the Hotel snapp in
celslor Springs, Mo.
Mrs. W. . J. Coad haa returned from a
month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Ed
ward O'Brien, at Norwich, Conn., and In
New York and Chicago.
Mr. and Mra. E. A. Nlswonger of In
dianapolis, IndL, apent the week-end with
Mr. .and Mrs. C. E. Niswongar on their
way home from a six weeks' visit on tie
Mra. H. II. Gardiner of Newport News,
Va., apent the last week-end here with I
her uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mra J. B.
Whlttaker, en route home from the Cali
Mrs. H. T. Lemlst arrived Thursday
from Denver,' where she has been visit-'
Ing for several weeks, and Is at the Fon
tenelle. Thla Is Mrs. Lemlst'a first visit
here alnce going east to live more than
two years ago.
Mra. 8. V. Chase, who was here with
her daughter, Mrs. R. Beecher Howell,
for a week or two, left Monday for Mil
waukee to visit her brother and will
spend the holidays In Chicago with her
son. Warren, and hla family, going east
later for the winter.
After a tour of the east Mrs. Emma
W, Edwards of Los Angeles haa returned
to Omaha to spend . the month of De
cember with her son. Dr. Lee W. Ed
wards. Before her return, to the west
Mrs. Edwards plans to visit old time
friends In Lincoln, where she , waa a
teacher and state Institute director.
Dr. Abby Virginia Holmes returned
Saturday from a trtp to New Tork,
Washington and other eastern points.
She visited, while enroute, her nephew;,
Mr. Fay Porter, at Union college,
Schnectady. N. T.. also her niece. Miss
Gertrude Porter, at Miss Mason's school
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mlas Gertrude Met will be home Tues
day from Chicago.
Mr. B. W. Judaon went to uenver
Tuesday on a business trip.
Mrs. IL Y. Cook returned Monday from
several weeks' stay In the -east.
M. and Mrs. George H. Kelly went to
Chicago Thursday for a few days.
Mrs. Ernest Eldred Hart or council
Bluffa has returned from the east.
Mrs. F. W. Clarke returned Monday
from a few daya' trip to Chicago.
Mlsa Louise Goodrich haa returned
from Wheeling, W. Va., where she -spent
two weeks. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Clarke, and
daughter have returned from six months
In tha east
Mr. and Mrs. Victor B. Caldwell re
turned Wednesday from a three week
trip to California.
Mra. W. P. Harford returned Wednes
day from California, where she spent the
last eight months.
Mlsa Florence Clarke of Tiffin, O., the
meat of Mr. and Mrs. William Hill
Clarke, left Thursday.
Colonel and Mrs. 8. 8. Curtis and Miss
Curtis left Wednesday for New Tork.
where they will spend the holidaya
Mlas Nannie Richardson returned Tues
day from Bt. Joseph, where she visited
Miss Caroline Johnaon for two weeks.
Mrs. Harold Fell, nee Nellie Elgut
ter, leavea today for her home In Cleve
land after, a visit of several weeks.
Mra. Alexander Pollack and her sister,
Mra Samuel Katx, expects to leave next
week 'o spend the winter in California.
Miaa Elisabeth Congdon came home
Wednesday from nearly two months'
visit in Chicago with Miss Ellen Barker.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gurley left the
latter part of last week for Washington.
D. C., and will be gone until after Christ
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walte of Net
York, who are on their way west, were
guests of Dr. and Mrs. J, F. Anson last
Mr. and Mrs. Webster Mills have re
turned from Osceola, Neb., where they
visited their parents, Judge and Mrs. M.
Mrs. Arthur J. Cooley and children leave
Wednesday for Burlington, la., to spend
the holidays and will be joined before
Christmas by Mr. Cooley.
Throat and Lunar Troablea
quickly helped by Dr. King's New Dis
covery. In use over 40 years. Every home
should keep a bottle for emergencies. Alt
Mrs. D. L. Ham spent Friday visiting
friends In Omaha.
Mr. Joseph W. Polen returned .from
Plattamouth for a short visit.
Mr. Fred Patterson, county surveyor of
Plattamouth, waa a visitor In this vi
cinity Thursday, afternoon. . 4 ,
Mr. Charles De Forrest returned last
week from a visit VUh relatives In Iowa.
leave tooui uecemoer
in New York.
iJ Mrs. G, W. Wattles
New York and Is qu
a'ulc to be out.
baa returned from
lie well again and
TEACHER OF PIANO
3d floor Patterson Blk.,
17th ana remain. Douglas 7053.
11?' ft CERTIFICATE
Wkd Vill be appreciated by all ' j
The Greatest and EVIost Sensational Cut Prico Sale
Ever Attempted by Any Furniture House in Omaha
The people of Omaha have learned in the past that when the Rubel store promises you
a sensation You Get "It. Now we promise you the greatest and most, amazing sacrifice
sale of dependable home furnishings that lias ever been held in the city of Omaha and
That's What It Will Be.
We' are determined to dispose of every sample piece of furniture and all odds and
enda in this store, no matter how great the loss to us.' These small lots aro "doomed"
and will bo thrown out at the most ridiculously low prices prices that will insure the
immediate, removal of these goods. ; : '
Buy now; to wait until later is to pay from 20 to 50
more for your jfoods. Buy now and save the difference.'
Your Slmas buying made easy and will bo
a pleasure not a burden.
Take advantage of our new plan.
Buy a Gift Certificate
and have your family, and friends select their
own gift from this store, abounding with gift
Our Gift Certificate
issued for any amount, will entitle them to se
lect from a large, varied and attractive line.
Thousands of gift things have found .place in
this store, the quality ia a matter of course.
This Is a Jewelry Christmas
What gift more majestic in sentiment, what
gift more typical of the great achievements of,
humans, than an excellent watch, a diamond or
a silver service, and countless numbers of beau
tiful gifts in jewelry that will remind the re
cipient of your regard; not simply once, but for
'The Store With the Christmas Spirit."
16th St., at Harney.
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( During' This ,
$30.00 BUFFET, Now $15.75
Lo t 573 Extra large, matuive
buffets, -quarter-sawed oak,1
fumed finish, plank top, sub
Btantlally built; former price
f 30.00; sale price
M 25 .... ... .J '
Also cbloa closets and
$11.50 $ 7.9H
$18.60 . . . . . . . . . .$ 9.JV0
$29. 00.'. .U.... $14.50
$35.00 .......... $18.00
$40.00 ...... $21.00
$70.00 . . ; $30.00
$126.00 . , .-. .'. . . ,$H0.OO
$146.00 . . .. . $M7.23
$12.69. ...... ... . $n.oo
$15.00 .......... 0.OO
$26.00 . ..' $12.00
$52.60 . $iVOO
$66.00 .-. . .. . . $:in.oo
fit 2SZZ2Z225' W
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$15 DRESSER, $7.95
8plendW solid oak dresser,
veil rnado and well fin
ished; large French bev
el mirror, a tremendous
value at the aale price of.
ing tables. Prices reduced .to
the very limit.
$16.75 TABLE, $8.85
A surprising value, heavyi
pillar, extension table,
round top; one of many
reduced; special price
this sale only ....
8amile Iron Beds
$7.60 Iron Beds
$9.60 Iron Beds
$11.00 Iron Beds
$16.00 Iron Beds" $9.
$12.60 Brass Beds $8 05
I17 B0 Brass
!S0U Brass '
Beds . ...... $U.M
$40 00 Brass
Its. oo Brass
176 00 Brsaa
$30.00 Electric Lamps, $14.50
I z 5.oo Kiectric I Amps,
$22.60 Electric Lamps,
$zu.uo Electric Lamps,
$15.00 Electric Lamps,
$12.00 Electric Lamps.
$10.00 Electric Lamps,
$ 7.00 Electric Lamps,
$ 5.00 Electric Lamps.
$ 6.00 Gas Lamps $ 1.95
$16,00 Extension Tables
$18.00 Extension Tables
$22.00 Extension Tables
$27.50 Extension Tables $14.75
$29.73 Extension Tables $17.oo
jjo.om Extension Tables $18.75
137 60 Extension
135 Ou Kxlenaion
10 00 Extension
$6 75 Kxteaslon
i;r. and Mrs. C. C. Troxell of Onittha
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