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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1915)
THK BTCK: OMAHA: SATURDAY, 1)Fa;EMBP:U 18. 1915.
Friday, December 17, 1915.
OR 1IIM7 it appears in the shop windows -nd I promised to bare
something to say about It today. First consider what sort of
gift what he wears, his dressing room, his saDctnm, or a gift
for his pocket or his sports.
The wearing srlft par excellence, when one may give garments. In a
Donegal great coat, made of a Donegal rug, don't you know; and nothing In
the seaoon's display is smarter for motoring. There are links, gartera, and
all the little things which a man gets and can always use.
j; It is the dressing room list which shows more novelty this season, and
;one may not repeat former gifts, there are Chinese lamps, a good gift for
a husband from a wife, especially If the man of the houso' use, the library
'fror his sanctum. Dexter tables, Plymouth, Blandish and Westcott chain
; are wise gifts to the wedded "him" from his own spouse.
;' A radium clock with an alarm often saves having to call a heavy
' rleeper In the morning. Since portable lamps have come Into their own
gain, they are a most wise choice for a husband.
jjj Men are creatures of boyhood formed habits, they really like birds in
jljrages, they like to talk to Dicky and get him to singing. Since the per
i jectly-too-dear-for-anythlng cages have appeared this Christmas, why should
la lfinn icr l'l.Imo, Tnr h" will
mnkii hla home with hla mother. Thnae
John KrRr Hane ndorann.
fill ford llokanaon, Mmr V endt'T X.
Cecil .Mniipn, Theodora Anrtoriwm,
Lawrence llokan- lunula Bpechl,
Mrs. Haight'i Sister Din.
Ncwa haa reached Omaha of the death
In New Tork City of Mn. Aunt In T.
Palmer, twin slater to Mra. F.tt V.
Hftlaht. Mrs. Palmer, who haa vlalted
;tiot the husband be given a silver-throated canary to sing for him?
will enjoy It and never know that it waa the design of the cage
prompted the giving.
; The book wagon may not be a half bad choice, either, and the man
can really use it, too.
. Wardrobe trunks, traveling bags are selling briskly as gifts. The av
erage man likes something in leather, it appeals to him like scandalwood to
a woman, and be does hate a cheap umbrella.
Don't give him a foolish present, masculine taste is practical in all
Us twists and turns.
Mis. alahPl Alien will alv a bride
harty Thursday afternoon, December 0,
j tor Mia Mary Virgeath, on of the wln
i tor's debutantes.
' Mr. and Mr. Walter Page will give a
! dinner party at the Fontenell on Tue
i lay evening. December :t, for soma of
j the aueat who have been Invited to at-
'tend th danclns; party at the hotel that
j evening given by Mr. and Mra. Barton
j Millard for their brother. Joseph. Ray
and Wlllard Millard.
s J Mr. ana Mr, w. tt. weneen win stiv
1 a larite dinner Thuraday evening at the
j Hotel Fontenell.
j I Mra. Elmer Neville will give a tea dan-
i aante at her horn Thuraday afternoon,
t ! December , for Mlaa Klorene Neville.
j who will be home from Osonts ScbooL
1 j and for Butren Neville, a aenlor at high
f : ! Mia Miriam Brown will entertain the
f ' junior Bridge, club tomorrow afternoon.
I Mr. and Mr. W. 8. Wiley will enter
' tain the Saturday Evening Auction Bridge
club tomorrow. Three tables of player
will b preaent '
For the Little Folks.
. Two children partle will b given
Thursday by Mlaa Kathrln Lee Orabl
to her pupil. At the afternoon party
at Turpln'a achool Uty little daneer
from to 10 year old, each with a guest,
will be preaent. and la th evening a
tartr for older puplla will b given In
jundoe hall, where forty young dancer
Vita forty guecU will be preaent. A
t,..tur. of tha afternoon affair' will be
the aesthetic dancing by the 10-year-old
for th young pupil.
waa decorated with tha club color and
the centerpiece waa a mound of red roae.
The aueat of the orcaaion were Mlaa
drove and Mlaa Alice Power. Thoac
preaent were: '
Mauiln 1. rtowe,
K. V.. Ki-lly.
O, K. IVnner,
n. J. Colbfrg,
Paul . McCrone,
The Et-a-VIrp club gave their dance
Tuesday evening at the Metropolitan
hall. Those preaent were:
Dr. nnd Mra. H. Ganjitner.
Dr. and Mra. C. T. Patten.
n.i'BHia. am AUadamta
T. M. Keagan,
William C. Melle.
For Women of Eastern Star.
i Mra futhbert Vincent entertained
. . . . rt -t .. 1 Al.ik t rA a v
luncneon at me -.
followed by an Orphun thatr party.
iter guest were!
A. Worden of
AV. ii. Davldaoa
J. R. btmpaon,
C. Hose water.
Unorge M 1111
I , of MrCook. Neb.',
G. It. Chat burn
, of Llni oln,
! ' F. L. Neablt.
A. A. YVedemsyer,
! Mr. Leall Thompaon ntertalned
? Comua club Thuraday afternoon at
' 'home. Mra. W. 8. Rowe waa the gueat
of tha club. Prises were won by Mea
damea Charle Uanatrom, E E. FrrU.
' W. 8. Bow and a hoatoa prise to Mr.
j Thompson. Th club ta to dUnsonUnu
I it meeting until after the holiday.
rhi Delta Thetas Plan Danoe. .
' The active and alumni members of th
i :l'hl Delta, Theta fraternity will give a
(lance at Turpln'a hall on tb evening
! Uf January I. ml Several member of
; the elm pier at th Stat uiUverelty ei
"t -ict to com to Omaha for tb da no.
; :Tliey will be entertained in th home of
Omaha Phi DelUa and at theater parties.
' : Drama Class.
i : The Friday morning drama claa met
i tl.U morning, with Mla Kat Mcllugh
- Ilfxtdlng. at th home of Mr. Francla A.
I ; iirogan. This meeting Is th last on
until after tha holiday, a all of Mlaa
I Mcllugh'a drama circle and claaae will
;llscuntlnue thla week until the new year.
I Todty's Events.
,' . The Dunde Friday Bridge Luncheon
1 club gave a tea tnatead of a bridge thla i
; afternoon at tbe horn of Mlaa Olive Ft-r-
8. M. PMllnit.
C. A. Ilxlrr, .
Kay CL Powell,
W. V.TBplera. '
E. V. Swanaon,
it. J, Shield. , .
t. C. Hrott.
E. A. Weaierlng,
A. K. 8anon,
If. W. I lowland.
, little MrHcnnr,
Allre Bainev, -
. Ceclll Wllaon.
: George Bowie.
K. R. 8wnnaon,
, Charlre Duff.
L H Hod cr berg,
A. T. Brown
A. J. Jackaon,
K. A. Bobbin,
'A. B. Merae.
In Omaha as the gueat of her alutr-r and
nlice. ha many friend In thl city.
Mrs, Height, accompanied by her
daughter, Mra. Jack Bharp. Ift for New ,
York thl afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buahton hav re
turned from an eight month' aojourn In
Mlaa Adalln Jones of the department
of mupile at Margaret college, Ver-
anlllea, Ky.. will arrive tomorrow even
ing to anend the holiday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mr. J. B. Jonea. Mlaa
Jones will return to Kentucky January 2.
Mra Ouy Liggett In egpectcd home
from California before Chrtatma.
Mr. and Mra. ii. M. Durkee have re-
reived word that their son, Raymond.
haa arrived afelv In England. He left
hT In October and aalb-d on the Hurona,
landing flrat at Bordeaux. France and
later in Scotland.
Mr. and Mra. Eugone Duval and Mta
Alice Duval returned Wcdneaday rrom
the eaat. Mr. Duval left for New Tork
laat Thuraday to met hi wlfn and
daughfr, who were In Itilladalphta. be
fore going on to New York. After Mr.
Duval Joined them they vlrtted In De
troit, Mlrh., before returning home.
Mr. Joe Barton Is planning to go to
Oregon agln aoon after Christmas. Mr.
Barton will accompany hr and the
children as far as Portland, where she
will meet her mother.
Miaa Grace Bridge will be home from
Chlcaa-o next week to spend the holi
day with her parent. Mr. and Mr.
Mrs. V. I. Elllck has returned from th
Mr. F. W. Afey of Rouleau, fiaak., who
Is en route horn from California, spent
a few days this week with his brother.
I. It. Arey, whom ha had not seen for
Mr. A. W. Btuart of Chicago is here
to-pond tha holiday with her daughter,
iMr. O. C. Edgerly.
Oueat at the Hotel Pnapp In Excel
sior Spring. Mo., Include A. W. Bloom
and J. A. Moore of Omaha.
With the School Set.
Mr. Morton Rhoade will be home from
Dartmouth college tomorrow.
Mr. Philip Jonea, who I In hi aopho
more year at th University of Nebraska,
will be home today for the holiday.
Mr. Drew Arend returned from Culver
Wednesday, bringing a achool friend, Mr.
Ihckcy of Mouth Dakota, to apend a few
Mlaa Gertrude Porter. Mlaa Alice Rueh
ton and Mia Helen Phepard. atudont
at the Caatle school at Tarrvtown, N. T..
are experted home Sunday morning for
the holiday varatlon.
Yuletide Tea Room Notes.
Mr. W. E. Martin gave a luncheon to
five gueet thla afternoon at the Yulo-
tld tea room.
Mr. A. F. Roe entertained the Friday
club at luncheon. Cover were laid for
Mrs. Will Garratt gave a 4 o'clock tea
to ten gumta thla afternoon.
At luncheon Friday afternoon. Mr.
John C. Wharton will be hot to ten
The Vesta chapter of the Order of the
Eaatern Ptar will entertain at dinner
Saturday evening at the Maaonlc temple
In honor of Mra. George Wllletl of Mr
Cook, grand matron. The decorations
will be In green and white and covrs
will be laid for Mn.
IRVING CUTTER WANTS
TO HELP SANTA CLAUS
Irving B. Cutter, secretary and director
of laboratorlea of the University of Ne
braska College of Medicine, haa sent In
V for the Chrlatmaa fitnd of The Bee.
Th money will be tiaed by Secretary
Doano of the Aaaoclated Charities and
will go toward making a merry Christ
mas for the needy.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Anderaon gave a
eard party at their home In honor of
their nephew. Lawrence Ilokanson, who
art eaan q
! Mlaa Katberin Tbummel was hoateas
thla afternoon to th Friday Bridge
'Luncheon club. Thoa preaent wr:
Ben Woud, John L Webaler.
Ixnii Dinning, Eliaaoeth Bruce.
I-iiraiieth I vvlt, (jladya Petera,
Minora tavia. l'aphne Peter.
Mary Burktey, Katberlne Thummel.
Tegalco Club Entertained.
Mr. Preaton Clark ntertalncd th
'member of the Pagalco club at a dln
rer at hla home on Tueaday. Th houee
The Gift Problem
Glvo Ho or She One of These
Walk-Over SHOE CERTIFICATES
' 80METIUNO FOIl CHKISTMAti ax S
Walk-Over Shoe Certificate
I'pon presentation of this CVrtlflcgitc we
will properly fit and deliver to
One Pair Walk-Over Shoe
Value .....' Dollar
pnjment of which la hereby acfcnolwedRiMl.
These certlflcateg cati be purchased at the Omaha Walk-Over
store and can be sent to the recipient and will be redeemed by our
store or by any Walk-Over store anywhere in tbe United States or
FOIl MEN FOR WOMEN
83.50 to $7.00
Walk-Over Boot Shop
3!T South ltlth Street.
Here are the
Fit for Kings and Queens
and at Moderate
Prices Go to
JU8T A FEW
Thouaand on thousand of ub
Ject. framed and unframed.
Poattlvely the largeat picture
stock In the west. No matter
what your taate, , you will find
your favorlt picture her.
Prices goo S3 as.
Kzpert selection of materials, plus
careful .workmanship haa built our
framing buslneaa. We operate our
own factory. We hav th "al
way in tyl" Oold Frames, coat
ing a much a 9S0 down to the
' popular types of Otlt and Ma.hog-v
any frame. Then we have
"Standard Frames." th kind that
stand aJone. I jet u fit your fa
vorite picture SPECIAL HOU
DAT DISCOUNTS mow In fram
Here are a few sujr;estlons.
taken at random from our
r)fLOS AN C ELKS
, ft wuruHNIM
it Mill llL Ku, Ilk
vita rn,.i b.m.
jat ta Irx varr SmK al tklaaa.
4 Mirtut. fc.u.a frkJL Tariff
! 4 Vrr tut a iwaia ai
t;iu. Writ fur fulMf.
Y. U. 11MK a. Lam m4 Mar.
ill . V
YOl' can simplify your entire gift problem by giving Phoenix Silk
Hosiery In gift buses every one win appreciate It and enjoy Us
wonderful luxury long afterward. The Phoenix Gift Box Is genteel
bus no sdvertlslng matter and Is thoroughly In keeping with the high
tiuallty of tho merchandise. It is useful afterwards for utility purposes.
saviaj. attiiTi UK n
V Mr- m m.mr
511 SO. 16th St. 'URNISHINO GOODS
Tie ocly Store io Omaba 5 hawing loth Dunlap and Stetson Hats
In Books, Baff3, Pocket
Sheffield Silver, Desk
Sets, Statuary, Mahogany
Trays, Smoking Sets.
Our tin of Carda waa never o
complete Holiday and Creatine;
Carda by th thousand special
al now; la aad 10o Xmaa Pold
er the kind to send horn. Only
Mason & Hamlin .
Kranlch & Bach. . .
...Built Since 1823.
The smallest Urauu
ever built. Occupies
no more room than
an upright and
costs no more. Sea this Baby
Grand before you bay.
See our Re-
. built Pianos
as new. Spe
A. UOSPE CO.
ISIS Coughs St. Omaha, Keb.
Saturday Night Marks End of Suc
cessful Season in The Bee
HAND PAINTED CHINA SHOWN
The cloAlng day of lb annual Chrlat
maa sale In the rourt of The Bea hulld.
In will he Saturday. The Benaon Trea
bytorian. church, which haa one aeetlon
n t IK. I.KU. ... .
. .nulrx ui (no uasaar. DOaals one
of the handaomeat aaaortmenta of uaeft:!
ann auractive C hristmas irifts that has
yet been on dlaplay.
Jiieeciamf. r. K. King. John Bpecdle,
J. . Morton, George Irvdnle nn1 S. P
jonea are among the women in chvr"
or thla aale.
Women of the United Brethren churcl
nave a moat inviting display of home
cookery, dclectahle plea and toothsome
cakes, to aay nothing of a moat attrar
live assortment of fancy work of all
Vlnda. Moadamea If. w. Allwlne ,A. t.
Fetters; Mlasea Gertrude tilljeberg, Cora
Baldwin and Itona White are conducting
Plymouth Congregational church women
are aelllng hnnd-palnted china, rag ruga,
crocuemn ana emDroiaered bags, aprons
and all manner of pretty thffiga for
i nnetmaa girts. Among th women In
charge of thl aale are Meadamra II. I I
Underwood, H. U Woodford. F. A. Bal-
ser. II. E. cotton and J. A. .rises.
The North Bide Christian church
women are also conducting their annual
ale now. The women taking part here
ar: Mcadamea F. V. Fainter. E. C. Will
lama, J. A. Williams. T. J. Klrchner, T.
D. Olln. Taylor and Chambers. ,
to Be Celebrated
The Forefathers' dsy celebrstlon.
which will b held at the First Congre
gational church, Nineteenth and Daven
port streets, Monday evening, in honor
of the 259th anniversary of the landing
of the Pilgrims, haa been fully arranged
and the program announced as follows:
Wllllnm H. Buaaell, presiding.
Devotional exerclae. Rev. r. 8. Hamp
hymn 174. "Glorious Things or Thee
Adiliesa, "The Forefathers." Ilev. G.
Hymn 409. "Our Exiled Fathers Crossnd
Address. "Congregational Institution."
Rev. F. T Rouse.
Solo, "Lert W Forgrf Kipling),
George C. Mrlntyre.
Address. "Kvangellam tn Our Church,"
Rev. J. T. Jpnrs.
Anthem. "I ligrlma of the Night" (Shel
ley). Ktret Church quartet.
Social Hour Introiluctlona. good fel
lowship; apeclal honora to thoae who thtp
year have Joined the Sons and Daughters
of the Pllgr ms.
Most Significant of
Poinsettia in Pans
"Th CmnM Florvt"
1804 TAJUfAlC 8T.
Vhon Douglas 3000.
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
Heed this Christmas suggestion and
plan now the Big Gift for your family.
Nothing can bring greater or more
lasting happiness for all.
But "Be Sure It Is a
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" Outfits for the Practical Buyer." This Style
11 has the large double motor, also the same
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priced models. Just fits the average room.
This outfit, rith 12 tunes (six 10-inch double
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Complete for $106.00
Terms, $1.50 A WEEK
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worth whilegifts that will always, be prized and we make it eiy
for yot to obtain them on our deferred payro.-;t pis
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