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TIIK BEE. OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1916.
,110m Washington society come
denials. It baa been said and
and bcr cousin, Miss Woodrow
City permanently. Joining Miss Altrude Gordon. This report Is also de
'nled, and it has been asserted from White House sources that Miss Wilson
ivrlll continue to make her father's borne her own.
There Is one point to be considered. Miss Wilson Is a young woman
who has vital interests In life which run in the direct line of a career.
Dr. Onuff of New York, the famous authority on mental diseases, Is
as equally clever In diagnosing the normal as the abnormal.
"When a woman starts on a career," Dr. Onuff said, "home becomes
to her merely a point from which she may set out."
In the New York specialist s terse sentence Is settled the question of
the ladles of the president"! household in a nutshell.
Miss Margsret Wilson will make the White House her home. It will
continue to be a place from which she may set out to accomplish some
good, or social or welfare reform, and It will be a place to come back to so
that she may set out again.
The chatter and the nation-wide talk and the Interstate tempests In tea
pots over a presidential wedding Is but the penalty of greatness. When
prosaic John Smith of Oshkosh marries the Widow Jones, there is enough
talk and Invention raised along Main street and at the quilting bee to last
Ithree years after. But. for a president to do such a thing there certainly
'will be twenty million tongues gossiping, and no one knows how many
Imlnds Inventing over the event!
iPrairie Park Club.
The rrahte Park club save a leap
year dancing party Pslursdy evening.
; Those, present were:
Messrs. and Mesdsmea
poaeph t.anafellner. Harold F. Wallace,
J. H Onod.
s harles Neff,
JE. H. Bralnerd.
plates M. Hhe.m,
Uohn K. Hltllnser,
Ll. W. Kkoginnd.
Inobert K Kroll.
IN. W. Nichols,
A. A. Wedemeyer,
IK. A. I.ucke,
ur. J. T. feouku.-
lr. J. Ren. Bell.
K. O. Clay.
y ". Coxley.
T. T. Pay.
V.. 1. PennlMon.
(rorne W. (lardner.
W. F. Reynold.
Robert IL I.ewla. '
W. V IUlm- John Kuony.
fit. J. eirkler.
3. M. Mnrrta.
8. 8. Watt.
i Mr -ftf.
IK. J. Bminerd.
1. K. Ftnlth.
B. U. Kins.
r. K. Duncan.
Mvra te Ixing.
Kew Year's Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Johnson entertained
a party of friends at dinner New Tear's
'day. Those preaent were:
Messrs. and Meads mes
CJiiat Hedan. ' M. I Shawcross.
W. A. Morris.
Carrie Bhswrross, Mlnnla ffhaweross.
Ann Anderson. Sophia Bercutt.
. The PageJoo club entertained at Its an
nual New Tear s eve dancing party Frt
day evening. Soma of ths ld-feshloned
dances held a prominent place In the eve
ning's program. Supper was serve! at
midnight and dancing was In vogue until
the wee small hours. The party was
Chaperoned by Mrs. MacCrone.
The guests were:
A Ilea powers,
Ma hie Wataon,
O. Ti floaborough
George Marsh, ' '
Tha members present were:
K. V. Kelly.
O. A. (loodmin,
O. K. Penner.
If. B. Buffner,
K. J. Colberg.
William C. Melles,
T. M. Deagan,
O. a las go w.
The luncheon which Mlas Kathryn
Keellne of Council Bluffs was to give
this afternoon for the younger set on the
occasion of her sister's leaving for school
at St. Mary's, Notre Dame, Ind.,' has
postponed Indefinitely on account of
Illness In the fsmllles of the Invited
guests. Miss Adele Keellne will leave
this evening for St. Mary's.
The Comua club entertained the hus
bands of the members Monday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Fera. A nvialcal prorrsm wae given
by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dimmlck, Mr. E.
li. karris and Miss Frances errls. At
cards prises were won by Mesdames Til
.lopson and P. J. Llemon and Measrs
B. F. Marti and Charles Everaon. Con-
.eolation prises were given Mrs. Charles
lmtrom and Mr. Tlltopson.
The nest meeting of the club will be
with Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Jennings Thurs-
osy. January IX
The Thimble club met this afternoon at
,the home of Mrs. Frances White. Among
It he members present were Mesdames J
Jl. Dumont. O. W. Clsbaugh and U D-
Prettiest Mile Club.
The women members of ths Prettiest
Mile Oof club will entertain the men
members this evening at the home of
Mr. aud Mrs. Charles W. Martin. Tbe
numbers on the musical program will be
given by members of the club.
Tueiday Morning Musical.
Tha Tufcadsy Morning alusical club met
this afternoon at S o'clock at tha Hotel
Funtenelle. Miss Katharine SUlltngs of
Boalon. who is the houaa guest of Miss
Frances Nauh, was heard In violin recital
In a program of ten numbers.
The Columbian club will give an enter
tatlitnent Wednesday afternoon at their
ball at J Sti o'clock. The offlcera of the
club in charge of the entertainment are:
0, II. Koeler, M. K. Jourphy,
1. t. Parrel. ' M. W, Murphy.
For the Younger Set ,'
Mia Manon Rutin entertained thla
sfiernoon at luacheoa for the younger
et. The decorations were pink roses.
Those preeent were:
. lair lunherty. A li kuii Of full,
:ir.-t AIDi.n, (tlt alts.
li.xrl I Nlike. Mai hill Kulin.
' 1 luftnta Seville,
On the -Calendar.
Mr. sod Mr, fci. M. tSjudeiiand II
- give a dinner at tilr home this vni?i
la Lcnor of Mr. and Mrs. timer James
Tuesday, January 4, 1916.
conflicting reports and conflicting
believed that Miss Margaret Wilson
Bones, will soon settle In New York
Sunderland of Kansaa City, house guests
of Mr. snd Mrs. J. A. Sunderland.
The Vsssar club will meet Baturasy
afternoon with Ml-a Margaret Bruce.
Mr. John II. Beaton, who I enteriain-
Ina her alstcr. Miss Olive itanreo i
Chicago, Is expecting Miss sisry nuirnn
of Chicago next Monday. Many Inter
esting social affslrs are already, In plan
ning for these Chics go guests.
For Min Burke.
Owln to the crowding of events the
Isrge luncheon psrty which Mrs. Donald
Neely ass to give at her home this
afternoon In honor of Miss Margharetta
Burke, a bride of tho week, the Invita
tions have been recalled and Mre. neeiy
entertained Informally the bride-elect and
four guests' at a small luncheon at the
Commercial club thla afternoon.
A wedding rehearsal will bo given at
the home of the brldo this evening.
Mn. Neely'i Bereavement.
Mrs. Henry 1). Neely returned li
week from Kllcnsburg. Wash., where she
went threo weeks aco to be present at
ths funeral of her mother. Mrs. Lydla
M. Jones, formerly of Omaha. Just one
month previous to Mrs. Jones' death,
Mrs. Neely's brother-in-law, Mr. Arthur
L. slemmona, died in Etlensburg. Mrs
Nc.lv's slater. Mrs. Slemmons. Is well
known In Omaha as Miss Jessie Johns,
organist and choir director of St.
Matthias' church until her marriage
twenty years ago.
The Omaha Whist club meets todsy In
their club rooms. The members are:
W. J. Broach,
U A. Oarner,
W. It. Wilbur.
A. O. Edwards,
T. M. Orr.
l. C. Uibson.
K, W. ( turner.
C K. Coutant.
of Fort Crook,
C. A. Sweet,
J. K. Morrlaon,
F. J. ntsgeralu.
Mlas Belle Schoenwald and Mr, Mas
Ginsberg were united In marriage Bun
day evening by Rabbi Fleischer at the
hom of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan II. Cohen
The bride was given, away by Mr. Harry
Schoenwald of Bloux City, la. Mrs.
Natbaa Cohen was matron of honor and
Mr. Cohen, best man. Miss Emma Ru-
bensteln of Davenport was bridesmaid
and Mr. Isadora Schoenwald, usher. The
ring was carried In a Illy by little Miss
Ruth Cohen and Miss Lena Oilman was
A wedding supper followed. Only the
Immediate family and Intimate friends
Postponed to Wednesday.
The Tuesday Bridge club did not meet
this afternoon on account of the lunch
eon given by Miss Marlon Kuhn. The
club will meet tomorrow afternoon with
Miss Alice Jaqulth.
Mr. Harry R. O'Nell returned to his
ranch In Tukervllle thla morning.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Cooper of White-
wood, 8. V., returned home last Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Olson have re
turned from a vlalt to friends and
relatives In Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
Mrs. J. C. Klnsler, Miss Adele Moore
and Miaa Blanche Klnsler returned home
Isst week from a five weeks' visit In Cal
Mr. and Mra. Elmer James Sunderland
of Kansas City, who have been the guests
of Mir. and Mrs. J. A. Sunderland, re
turn thla evening to Kansas City.
Miss Ueralil.ne Johnson, daughter of
Mr. and Mra. D. A. Johnson, left today
for Ferry Hall, Lake Forest. III., where
he Is attending school.
Mrs. Howard Maaon Is entertained Mra.
Nellie Kvans and son and daughter of
an Fretuieco. Mra. Evans Is on her
wsy west after a visit with relatives In
Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Levy, accompanied
by their daughters. Miss Mildred and
Mlas Evelyn Levy, liava returned home
after a two months' trip to tha Pacific
coast. Mr. M. II. Levy Is still vls't'.ni
In Ean Francisco.
THEY REFUSE TO EAT
At periods in most chitdrens' lives
they fail to relish their meals and refuse
to eat even the delicacies prepared to
tempt their appetites. They lack am-
tit ion, and grow th seems impeded,
which causes anxiety and worry.
To compel them to eat is a grave
mistake, because nutrition Is impaired.
Healthful exercise in fresh air and sun-
thine is important, but equally import,
ant it a spoonful ot Scott's Emulsion
three times a day to feed the tissues
and furnish food -energy to improve
their blood, aid nutrition and sharpen
their appetites. :
The LiUly concentrated tne.'.ldnal
forxi in hcott's Emulsion supplies the
very elements chi1lren tied to build up
their strength. Tbey relish txtt' it is
free iruui alcohol
Ikx41 a. Uuuc, BluuK&ttJ. N.J. U-t
OFFICE GIRLS GET
BACK AT BENEDICT
J. E. Fitzgerald Puts One Over by
Quiet Wedding, but Loses Final
Decision to Oirls.
GREETED WITH RICE SHOWER
Tit for tat. Just like that. When J.
E. Fitzgerald, chairman of the sover
eign managers of the Woodmen of
the World, surprised his office force ,
nH .11 hi friend, hr allnnlnar iviv
m A mi...U OitMaw Kl. In. I
genlous office girls framed to give
him a surprise at the office.
Yep. It worked out. too. Mr. FitX-
gerald came tripping to his office
about noon Tuesday with his bride.
There a cluster of laughing girls
greeted the couple with shoes and
rice. Yes, and the whole aspect of
the office had changed.
For a moment Mr. FlisgersM hesitated
In the doorway, believing he hsC. stepped
Into the wrong office. It wss fairly
sflsme with color, flowers, lestoons snd
pspler mache work.
Miss Blanche Melton, Verctta Crsne
snd Florence Bsrr, with the asnlatsnce
of John Crawford, had planned the whole
A giant vase of bride's roues
of crimped psper dangled from the cen-i
ter of the room. Festoons of hearts!
swung from the celling to all corners of ;
the room. Then on a big table was a
complete miniature bridal party In papier
mache, furnished by C. C. Cope of the
Omaha Printing company.
Mr. Fltxgerald mast make a speech.
Thst wss the least a fellow could do after
receiving such a rccrptrjn. But he hsd .
sesreely finished the prellmlnsries of
"Friends, I appreciate, etc., etc.," when
someone Jerked a string, carefully ar
ranged before, and releated something
less thsn a half a bushel of rice from a
bag suspended from the ceiling. v
The groom wss all but burled In thla,
but was allowed to finish his speech.
Some nice words of appreciation from the
bride followed, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Fltigerald departed for the day.
GAIN AND PAY IS RAISED
Receipts st the Omaha postofflre con
tinue to show substantial gains. In De
cember, 1915, thsy were nearly 7 per
cent greater than In the same month of
1014. according to the report of Post
master Wharton. For the respective
months they were S1M.451.41 and 146.3o2.22,
being a gain or flU0.l.
Postmaster Wharton announced salary
Increases of $100 for sixteen mall clerks
and nine carriers, ss follows:
Clerks Patrick Cogan. William C.
Dworak, Leo Oardlner. John O. Kraji
sek, Anton J. Krejol, Kdgar D. Llndley,
O'UInn McQuIre, Elmer T. Matsen, Fred
J. Miller, Edwin F. Morearty, jr. Richard
C. Morton, David Olson, Frank Pospl
shll, Hergert O. Richmond. Harry 11.
Sullivan and A. Louise Grant.
Carriers Julius Adrian Roscoe E. Hen
derson, Karl Long, Stephen D. McOln
nis. Oeorge F. Madison, Frank J. P sno
wies, Manly C. Rumbel, Albert D. Hhar
rar and Vlggo A. Wolff.
BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN
FOR MISS MINNIE SMITH
A birthday party In honor of Mtss
Minnie Smith, who celebrated her twen
tieth year on New Tear's day, wss held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Smith, isn Tates street. The following
Misses Xf Ink
Violet Hughe. Ruth Kert,
Marguerite Cham ber&AI aria Hlehardann.
fcklna MILeod, Minnie Smith.
Roy Hmlth, Melville Bablngton,
Oeorge Kimball, Alfred Watt.
George Watt. Htanley Smith,
Carl Kvans, Kay Barkalow.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Doran.
Mr. and Mlrs. B. O. Arb.
Mr. and Mra. D. M. Smith.
MRS. MELISSA BR0NS0N
DIES AT DORCHESTER
Mrs. Melissa Branson, 96 years old, died
at Dorchester, Neb., Monday morning,
She was well known In Omaha, where
she lived for a number of years. The
body will be taken to Masomanle, Wis.,
which wss her eld home years ago, for
burial. W. A. Corson of Omaha Is a
son-in-law of the deceased.
Beautiful Upright and
$3.50 a Month and Up
Rent allowed on purchase price.
1311.13 rarnaai. Vbome Dong, leas
25 Experienced Furni
ture Salesmen. Apply
before 8 A. M. Wed'day.
Rubel Furniture Co.
, Mill StrMt. We Mh.
Vkllh TI.l bath.
Loral, 4 I vrv LMrt of tklan.
Li.4uibIIIv mmiIu4- Hlshwt fclU J
ftnl l tlv- kurutMaa ia 'liiff
ttmm II M. Prx im Sua M( ail
liaiua. to Mta tor ftSr.
K. M. KIMMK.K. UkM :i4 Ma-
imi7 HI II in inil."fHIMIIMMTHII iiiiiiiiim.
1 1 TT: 1M
Nurse's Uniform Backs Up Girl
When She Calls Down a Spitter
One of Omaha's efficient staff of visit
ing nurses, who lives on North EJghtenth
street, but doesn't want her nam men
tioned, (you see, Edith, we're not men
tioning you name; we snld we wouldn't
nd we won't) did a brave deed the other
day that deserves emulation In the In
terests of the city's health.
The brave ladn who are under fire In
the trenchea probably wouldn't have the
courtm to do what she die
it wss on a South fid csr
solng to visit a poor family.
A cad iver-
I,,,,, gnd pa,e w coush)n, nn1
expectorating on the floor, irrine the
I rules posted up in s conpicuous plnco.
The 'oun woman In the blue uniform
stood it as long as she could. Then glie
got up sml went forward to the man.
"Excuse me, air," she suld, '-but can
you read the Engllnh language."
MANY CALLED BY REAPER
Large Number of Deaths Reported
Here During the Last Twenty
SOME PIONEERS IN THE LIST
The Grim Reaper has csllcd many In
0man nc the first of the year and
curing me mat tweniy-rour hours the toi-
William A. aan,.
Wllllsm Anderson Vannoy. aged 40
years, died yesterdsy at his home, :i22
Poppleton avenue. He recently came to
Omaha from New York state. Funeral
services will be Wednesday afternoon at
o clock from the H. K. Burket chspel.
wlth interment In Forest Lawn cemetery.
vannoy was a thirty-third degree Mason
"na ' survived Dy one sister, living in
Mra. Mary llrdinan.
Mra. Mary Hedman, aged 62 years,
died Monday afternoon at a local hospi
tal. Funoral services were held Tuesday
afternoon at Cole-McKay's parlors, after
which the body will be taken by Andrew
Hedman, the husband and Nina, a daugh
ter, to Beresford, S. D for burial.
Denlaa J. Xmm Hoaanm.
Eeulah J. Van Rossum. 13-year-old
daughter of Oeorge Van Rossum, died
Probably the Lowest Prices
on Linens for Years to Gome
Our Linen Stocks having; been purchased at the early normal prices have not advanced with
market values since the failure and destruction of Russian and Belgian flax crops. But when
we go into the markets for new stocks we don't know what prices we may have to pay. Cer
tainly much more than ever before. Those who buy their linens now here-will buy BETTER
linens for LOWER PRICES than perhaps for years to come.
72-Inch Damask, pat
tern copied from high
elaaa damask; made ef
fine quality mercerized
yarn. Regular price 49o
and 69c. Special In our
January sale, 25 C
Fancy Linens at
About Half Price
This is a manufacturer's entire
sample line consisting of Scarfs
and Center Pieces, scalloped or
hemstitched. Values up to ir.
29c; each IOC
Ail-Linen Round Thread Hem
stitched Tea Napkins, also Imita
tion Madeira, values up To Q O
to $5, very speH dos... Pe0
Cluny Lace Tea Cloths, in the
45-ln. else, slightly soiled; $15.00
Extra Special One lot of Fine
Embroidered; also Lace Lunch
Cloths; 54-inch slse; values up to
$4.60. While they 7C
last, each pe O
Sample Line of Fine Embroid
ered and Cluny Lace Scarfs, in the
18x54-lnch slse. Values
up to $3.98, each.
Full Bleached, All Linen Dam
ask Napkins. 24x24 and 26x28 In.
sixes. Worth $10.00. Sale
price, per doten, at . .
Fresh, Crisp White Goods
One big lot of fine
Embroidered Fancy Im
ported White Dress and
Blouse Materials which
are slightly soiled; 36
or 45 Inches wide;
worth up to $1.25. Janu
ary Sale Price.
36 In., another splen
did white crepe for
This is the beet and
only 36-inch crepe man
ufactured, and sells
everywhere for 25c.
January Sale OA.
Price, yard UC
White Checked Voile,
fine crisp quality; 27
36 inchea wide,
36 inches wide,
The man was stsrtled, but he enswered
with a fslterlng, "Tes, mn'sm.'
rhe pointed to the sIrti prohibiting ex
pectoration. "Don't you dee thstT" she Inquired.
Another faltering "yes."
"Well, I'm- one of the visiting nurescs."
said the girl, "and we are doing all we
can all the time to fight the spread of
disease in the city. Expectorating In
public places la one of the wort thing!
you csn do, becsuse It sprcsds dlsesse."
She accompsnled the 'call-down'' with
s smile snd the man couldn't be offended.
"I know I shouldn't do It." he said.
"I knew that you lust didn't think," she
replied, snd returned to her scat.
"He wss a perfect gentleman abri:t It,"
s ie said afterward. "All the time ho kept
looking at me as long as I stayed on the
car and he didn't expectorate any more.
But I believe that my bin uniform Is all
that enabled me to get away with it."
st a local hospital Monday after an
illness of seveial weeks. The body will
be tsken to Gordon. Neb., where
funersl services will be held from the
Mra. A. Dosaghte,
Mrs. A. DonaKhue. aged SI years, dlei
at her home. 642i North Twenty-fourth
street Tuesday mornln? of Illness In
cident to old age. brie hsd been a res
ident of Omaha for the last fifty years
snd Is survived , by her husbsnd, three
daughters snd a son. Funersl services
will be held sometime Thursday.
Hannah J. Palmer.
Hannah J. Pslmer. sged 84 yesrs, died
of pneumonia at her realdenc. t'.:e Bos
worth spartments, Twenty-eecond and
Harney street, Monday afternoon. Funersl
services were held Tuesday at S
o'clock from Dodder's chspel, and tho
body was taken last evening to Gen
eseo, HI., for enterment.
George Hackee. 9-months-old aon of
John W. Hackee, S717 Wirt street, died
Tuesday morning at the family resi
dence. Funeral services will be held this
afternoon, after which the body will be
taken to Auburn for burial.
f ound Sari. Tblnaj,
I. Wlxon, Farmers Mills, N. T.,
has used Chamberlain's Tsblets for yesrs
for disorders of the stomach and liver
and ssys, "Chamberlain's Tablets are the
best I have ever used." Obtainable
All-Linen Creme Dam
ask, also full bleached
and linen finished, 70
Inches wide: all very
very serviceable; extra
heavy weight, 98c val
Full Bleached All
Linen Irish Damask,
the celebrated "Gold
Medal" damask, 72 Ins.
wide; In the newest de
signs (no napkins to
match). While SO pieces
last, worth 91.39, In our
January linen Q
sale, yard OC
12,c Full Bleached Turkish
Towels, hemmed ends. Janu
ary sale price, each . . .
15c Full Bleached Turkish Towels
hemmed ends.j Janu
ary sale price, each...
20c Full Bleached Turkish Tow
els, hemmed ends. January 1 P
sale price, each JLOC
40c Turkish Towels, extra heavy
quality; else 22x43 Inches, hemmed
ends. Sale price, nr
$10.00 SPREADS, $5.00
This let consists ef the very
finest quality ef foreign and do
mestic spreads, made of the
highest class cameo aatin, alxe
91x100 Inches. Scalloped out
corners. The greatest values
ever placed on sale In these high
class quilts; for a leader 3C
In our January aale, each. PO
Various Lots of Sheer Whitt Novelties
which we secured for our January White Sale, 36, jO
and 45 inches wide, worth up to 39e, including
January Sale Price, yard
Bay Imp. Longclothi and Nainsooks
for your undermusllns because they are made from best
selected combed yarns, free from filling; snow white,
soft finish, does not turn yellow with washing. For
strength and durability It has no equal, ranging in price
according to width and quality
36 Inches wide. 12-yard bolta .S9c S1.201.4O1..49
42 Inches wide, 12-yard bolts S1.08
45 incnes wide, lZ-yara bolts
40 incnes wide, lz-yard bolta
Corps of Physicians and Nurses Ex
pect to Finish School Inspec
tion at Once.
NO CASES AT COMMERCE HIGH
The superintendent of schools re
ports he has nine physicians and four
nurses at work on inspection of
schools for scarlet fever cases and
expects to have the work completed
An examination of 600 boys and
girls at High School of Commerce
did not yield one suspected case, the
school being given a clean bill ot
No complaints have been received at
school hesdquarters on account of ex
smlnatlon of children.
The scarlet fever situation continues to
be clearing up.
A colored boy of one ef the public grade
schools crested considerable consternation
Monday afternoon when he appeared at
the health commissioner's office and at
school headquarters with marked evi
dence of recovery from a recent case of
scarlet fever. The lad was sent home
snd placed under quarantine. His con
dition wss the stage which promotes con
tsgion. Four hundred puol's of South High
school were examined and not even tne
susrected case wss discovered.
Buys Metz Hall
The Bohemian Catholic Fokol society,
one of the Bohemian societes for the
promotion of athletic development, has
Just purchased the old Met hsll st Thir
teenth and Briggs for 130,000. The prop
erty was bought of the Home Heal Estate
and Investment company.
The Bohemisn Catholic Sokol has been
using the hsll under a lease for Its gym
nsstle purposes and has also made use
of the lodge rooms the hsll contains.
Thus they have simply purchased the
hall they have been using for some time
and will henceworth continue their ac
tivities at the same place.
The 'building contains two stories, th
first being brick and the second frame.
Bleached Table Dam
ask, 72 inches wide.
Patterns are exclusive
ly of the newest de
signs, with napkins to
match; $1.75 value, a
apecial offering in the
linen sale, J OC
Pattern Table Cloths
500 Table Cloths (your choice of
round scalloped, plain hemmed or
hemstitched ends) German
mercerised damask, 89c val.
Full Bleached, Mercerised, Hem
stitched Cloths, size 63x63 inches.
Ail pretty patterns, launders like
linen. Specially C 1 O C
priced, each P 123
50$ Full Bleached All Linen Ta
ble Cloths, siie 72x72 Inches, made
of tine qualtty double damask, satin
finished,; in round or square de
signs; very elaborate; 1 Qt
$2.50 vals. Sale price. . 1 eO7
Full Bleached -AJI Linen Pattern
Table Cloths, made of a very fine
quality Irish damask, superior satin
finished; extra heavy, in a sange
of beautiful patterns;
: . $2.89
$4 values. Jan. price
Extra Special This lot comprises
Full Bleached AH Linen Cloths, in
the hemstitched ends and round
scalloped; made of fine quality su
perior finished double damask;
slses 72x72 and 72x78 inches. Regu
lar $3.50 values. In our tf O A f
January sale, each. ... J U 'tI
Linen Crash .
Our own importation
snd special purchase of
48-Inch Heavy White
Linen Crash, every
thread pure linen. We
have a limited quantity.
Absolutely worth $1.03.
the yard ..
Made from the best se
lected combed yarns,
sheer snd silky, put up
specially for Brandels'
Stores. Comes in small
checks and plain; 39
and 42 Inchea wide. 10
yard bolts r)r
White Psjams Check,
extra heavy quality, 36
Inchea wide; 20c value.
January Sale a r
price, yard . . . 1 U C
Will quickly remove them.
Sample Each Free by Mail
With 32-p. Pkln Book on request. Ad
dross post-csrd "Cntleura, Dent. 2Hi,
UMtsn." Hold throughout the world.
By Placing a Piano in it
Nothing adds to the comforts C
of a home like a good piano. It
Is a pleasure to the whole family.
It interests the young people and
allows them to spend many happy
evenings at home Instead of going
elsewhere for amusement. Parents
owe It to their children to supply
them with a piano. The day Is past
when you can say "I can't afford
HOSFE HAS SOLVED
For you by offering you
HEW PIANO FOR
On $1.50 weekly paymenta;
other instruments of high grade
at $195, $225. $318, $340. $395,
and player pianos that were $460
to $850 now $375 to $600, at
terms to suit your circumstances
12 DAYS TO HUH
Our big stock must be greatly
reduced before we close our books
for the year.
Here is a chance for you to save
from $50 to $150 on your piano.
A STOOL KRKE
A SCARF PKEti
Buy now from the house you
know guarantees satisfaction or
1313-1.1 Douglas St., Omaha.
Baltimore & Ohio
New York Limited
Lrsvlntr Chicago at 5:45 p. in.
has been equipped with
compartment and library
observation sleeping cars
Similar to the equipment
I.tavtnjr Chicago at 10:45 a, m.
run solid without ,hange ever
the shortest route to
and are th most attractive trslns
from Chicago and the Northw.at
to the Nation's capital
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