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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1916)
Till: BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 191fi.
Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
Comes in Altec Blue, Hav
ana Brown, Royal Purple
and Soft Black Kid, has tops
fully 9 inches high, medium
tamp, high arch and 2-inch
Louis XV heels. An Qr
Cut from S6 to . .
More than 100 styles to se
lect from at $3.95 q
ENTIRE STOCK NEW
Cssh Nail Oriert Sent Postpaid.
1STH and FARNAM
New Home Treatment
for Banishing Hairs
With the aid of a, dclatona paate. It la
an easy matter for any woman to remove
every trace of hair or fun from face,
neck and arm. Enough of the powdered
delatone and water la mixed Into thick
paste and spread on the hairy surfaoe for
about I minutes, then rubbed off and the
skin washed. This completely removes
the hair, oat to avoid disappointment, get
the dclatona In an original package. Ad-vertlsement.
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
DOLL SALE NETS
Omaha Fays Mme. Paderewski
More for Dolli Than Any Other
CHECK FROM A SOCIETY GIRL
By MKMIFlll Janoary 1.
The proceeds of the sale of toe
I ollflh dolls exceeded the amount
rslned In all the western cities, In
"Omaha has made the fund for
rollsh sufferers over $700 richer,"
said Mrs rhlllips, custodian of the
dolls. "We leave Omaha, all our
party most grateful to your city, Its
people, Its press and Its Institutions.
In no city has our call for help re
ceived such response."
On of the contribution to the fund
came in the form of a personal check
for 3ft0 from a sjlrt prominent In Omaha
social circles. This young woman not
only bought dolls and assisted at the
nsle. but gave this additional I elp to the
cause. Hut iilie, extracted a promise from
Madame Paderewskl and Mm. Phillip
that her name would not be given pub-lli-ity
In the matter.
It la not Inopportune to add that Chi
cago only gove I'm, $2no lens than Omaha.
Omaha also contributed 1700 to the
Polish relief fund at a meeting of the
Polish Wtlsens, held at the .South Fide
school Hunday afternoon, hen Jan
Prairie Park Club.
The Prairie Pat club held their regular
week-end dancing party at the club house
Saturday evening with the following
Messrs. and Mesdames.
Messrs. and Mesdames.
George Abbott, I". C. Conley.
M. J. Sk-kl-r. Wlll:am tck.
J. Langfellner. Cafes H Rheam.
I . P. renntston,
W. A. HmHh,
K. A. Pardun.
J. K. BIMtnger,
. Hex Bell.
M. 1.. hent
N. W. Nichols.
A. A. Wedemeyer,
K. R. Bralnerd,
J. C, Hou kup,
.'. C I a .t ries,
B. . King.
Senior Tuesday Bridge.
Chicago Visitors Arrive.
Miss Minna Browar of Chicago arrived
Monday to be the guost for two weeks of
her brother, A. M. Browar, and Mrs.
Browar. Many eoclal affalra are being
arranged Informally for this Chk-ago
guest and on her return home she will be
accompanied by Mrs. Browar.
Mrs. Kelwyn Jacobs of Chicago will ar
rive Wednesday to spend a few weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hlller. To greet Mrs. Jacobs Mrs. Louis
Hlller has Invited a few friends In for
Thimble Club Meets.
The Thimble club met this afternoon
with Mrs. Archie W. Carpenter. The guest
of the afternoon was Mrs. Qeorgo Payne.
The members arc:
The Senior Tuesday Bridge club met
this afternoon with Mrs. John Redlck.
The guesta of the nftemoon were Mrs.
Charles E. Mets and Miss Kllnabeth
Davis. The members of the club are:
Mian Elizabeth Congdon.
Lecture by Rev. Lowe.
Rev. Titus Lowe of the Fiist Methodist
church will lecture on "The Melting Pot"
before the literature department of the
Omaha Woman's club Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the Toting Women's
Christian association. The program la in
the hands of Mrs. M. D. Cameron.
J. P. i; si ley.
L. . Carrier,
I. W. Carpenter.
.1. H. Pumont,
W. O. Templeton,
Boys I .Miller,
F. F,. White.
l eo. Buchanan,
. W. CI bang ii,
F-. K. McOonnell,
A. L. ParHcV,
I. O. Phillippl.
W. C. Ramsey.
A. t. Ftinlfh.
I. A. Huederland,
A. O. BuchanaJi.
Bsrtha White. .
Don't Hesitate Another Day
If You Want to Get This
1' H ill II I
bwie at J
In Exchange for your flayer, "'
Grand or Upright Piano.
We have a beautiful $550 Player
Piano In our store which we are going
to award to the person whose old piano
Is numbered nearest to the number of
This Player May Be Yours
The plan Is simple merely, send V" the name and number of your
old piano on the attached coupon. If you nave tne ngnt numoer
the judges will award you this player on February 5th.
1513-15 Douglas Street.
DON'T DELAY DO IT TODAY.
A. 1IOSPE CO., Dept. H., Omaha, Nebraska.
My full name
Name and Number
nf my piano
Mr. Emll and Mr. Henry Wennlnghoff
entertained Informally atthelr home Sat
urday evening, when prises ror tne
games played were won by Miss Theresa
Oallet. Mlsa Dollle. Hlland and Mr. How
ard Wilson. Other guests present were:
.Messrs and Mesdames
C. Wennlnshoff. Hoffman.
.Mrs. Kina Wennlnghoff.
Ance'ia Wennlng- Margaret Moller.
Ttay Wilson, John Radford.
The Tuesday Br'dge club met this af
ternoon with Miss Marlon Kuhn. But
eight guests were present. Including Mlsa
Marlon Towle, who substituted for an
On the Calendar.
The Rajah club, which had arranged a
number of dancing parties at Turpln'a
academy, has postponed these affairs In
RECIPE FOR DANDRUFF
MRS. EMMELINE PANKHURST, photographed as she
looks now, on landing at New York last week. Note the
marked difference in the appearance of the famous mili
tant suffragist since she visited Omaha a few years ago
this Simple Home Made Hair Tonic
KemoTes Dandruff In a Few
Dandruff can he removed In from one
to five nights by the use of the following
mixture, which you can make at home
or have put up at any drug store at very
little cost. It la perfectly harmless and
docs not color the hair:
Water One-half Pint
Bay Rum One Ounce
Texola Compound One-quarter Ounce
Glycerine One-quarter Ounce
A half-pint la all you will need. Rub
It Into the scalp well at night and after a
few applications the dandruff and scalp
eruptions will disappear and the hair wlU
stop falling and become soft and glossy.
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Orchard & Wilhelm
for Blackstone Hotel
Teter Elvad, president of the Bankers
riealtf Investment company; Franklin V.
Moffllt. president of the Blackstone
Family hotel, and George Lsuler, eales
manager for Orchard Wilhelm com
pany loft for Chicago and other eastern
clue Sunday night, where they will
spend ten days or two weeks making
selections of furniture for tho new Black
stone Family hotel, and W. O. Brandt,
manager and buyer for the Orchard &
Jlllhelm Furniture company, departed on
Monday evening to join tho other mem
bers of the party In Grand Rapids. Mich.
The announcement that Orchard & Wil
helm have secured the contract to com
pletely equip the Blackstone hotel with
furniture Is one of the first of several
that will be made during the next few
That these contracts will be large ones
can be judged by the Immensity of the
building, which consists of 237 living
apartment rooms, divided Into 127 suites
of rooms, which is exclusive of the im
mense ground floor lobby, dining room,
palm room, writing room, offices on tho
first floor and the house servants' quar
ters in the basement, and which In also
exclusive of the Immense lounging room,
ball room and roof garden on the eighth
Orchard Wllhclm'a contract includes
the sjpplyln of and pinning In position
in the building all furniture for the spa
clous and beautiful lohblrs and lounging
rooms on th first and eighth floors as
well as all of the pieces In the living
Among the other contracts that are yet
to be let are those for the carpets, linens,
draperies, silverware, china, glnsewaie,
ot', and it Is announced that Omaha
firms will be given the first opportunity
to hid on all of these.
At tho offices of the Bankers' Realty
Investment company, the building con
tractors who are erecting the Blnoketone
hotel, it was slated that construction
work Is going right along and that th
building will he ready late in April or
about May 1.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Itowland and
daughter. Miss Marjorle Ilowland, leave
Saturday evening for the Pacific coast
to visit the various California wintering
Dr. J. 8. Goets, Mr. Frank Gocts and
Mlsa Elsie Goets, returned Sunday from a
trip to Havana, Cuba. .
Mrs. Ralph W. Emerson' entertains at
her home at luncheon this afternoon for
Mrs. William Heller, who will soon leave
for her plantation In Missouri. The table
was decorated in poinscttas. Those pres
Ralph W. Kmerson.
A. D. Pouvalin,
Miss Bcllo Jones.
Mrs. Harry Zimmerman of Mason City,
la., will be the guest of Mrs. W. B.
Fordyce. Mrs. Zimmerman was formerly
of Mankato. Minn.
Mr. Bernard Smyth will give a small
supper party at the Hotel Fontenelle. this
evening, following the Kelly recital.
Was Full of Humor
and Lacked Vanity
In the passing away of Joanette Gilder
many incident and anecdotes of the
great critic will be brought to notice.
There Is one little remark of hers, made
to a formal fimah. o-lri nAn.a. .
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j show the peculiar touch cf the humor
she could turn upon her own S"If, illus
trating the utter absence of vanity that
w-as a distinctive trait of this great
woman's character. The girl from Oman
was distinctively iretty. petite, graceful,
and she had just come to New York City
after winning quite a name for herself
In southern social circles as a beauty.
The girl called on Mlsa Gilder with a
letter of Introduction and was most cor
dially received. Miss Gilder then leaned
back in her chair and aurvcyed the Ne
braskan with the ouiet admiration nf a
jtrue artist. "Tou arc a suffragist," ehe
1'iTji.uiuiy said wiin confidence
10 O'clock in the morning, Wednesday, Jan. 19th, Sees the Commencement of the End of
Tike IRe&dy4Wear Sale at ICilpatnck's
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yes," said the cirl briclitenlnr :
now did you know it?"
"Because you are so petite, so pretty,
so pronouncedly feminine." aM vu.
Glider: "your stylo are always suffra
gists. That is the queer thing about it
that I do not understand. Tou know, I
I suppose, that I am an antl."
"Yes," said the girl a little timidly,
j Miss Gilder laughed. "That's the way
! It always Is a big woman like me, with-
out a vestige of beauty, and a mascu
line type la always tho antl."
Buyers leave for New York next week. Clear the decks for New Spring Goods
is now the slogan. Read the list of intensely interesting items
J: uncis lor Unanty
The committee representing the Asso
ciated Charities, which Is seeking to
raise a SlO.Oh) emercrenrv fnnri ,alv4
j donations amounting to $:j00 during its
urei day a work Monday.
The committee will work two or three
mornings of each week until an adequate
total is reached. It Includes six per
sons working in Omaha and two on the.
South Side. Robert Burns, treasurer of
the Associated Charities, Is a member of
Serge, Chartreuse. Taffeta Cloth, Etc.
To name former prices we hesitate, at
Wedneeday prices are so ridiculously wee.
As an IpkUng, will state many were $20,
some $25, and a few eren more, 83.08.
Wednesday, at 10 a. ra.
THE LAST OF THE TAILORED
Those which sold up to 35 at 813.50
Many that were HO. 00 to $72.50, at
825.00. at 10 a. id.
TO BLOW OUT THE BLOUSES,
WE MAKE A PRICE OF
29 WEDNESDAY. .
These include lingerie waists, splendid
embroidered garments, usually sold up
to $3.00 each. At 10:00 a. m.
Very handsome filmy styles at 9S.
These sold up to $3.50. These at 10 a.
And here's real richness. Hand lace and
silk walsta. Former prices were awsy up,
t 81.19. Same time and place.
THE COATS, LIKEWISE.
Perhaps 23 all told, formerly priced
HERE at $15 and even $:o, 83.08, t
10 a. m.
5 handsome party dresses left, H-prlc,
5 handsome party coats left. 4 -price
At 10:00 a. m.
Wednesday night we will publish
a story which will make everybody
SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE.
Departments ther than thosu
mentioned in this ud will be
forcibly presented. You'll desire
participation in the doings adver
tised ko fail not to read Wednes
day night's papers.
WE'LL MAKE THE FUR FLY
Just like this will S' 11 mink, lynx and
real scarfs which sold up to $12.50 at
Brook mink scarfs at 81.08 each.
Natural wolf sets that were $25, at SO
The fine fur sets priced before up to
$65. at 25.
3 brook mink long coats will be sold
t 850.00 ech.
Hudson seal coats marked for a hurry
LAST INNINGS IN THE CHIL
DREN'S AND JUNIORS'
The beginning of the end starts here al
so at 10 a. ra. Wednesday, 2 to '6 years, 6
to 14 years. 13 to 17 years coats nold
previously up to $13.50 offered at
83.08 ech- Another lot. the finer
ones, for oldcrs, sold to $18.50, at
And then the finest, from size 14 up,
to coats for small women, of broadcloth,
tlbellne. wool plushes, etc., sold before
up to $o5, at 815.00 .
Suits for Juniors Pick the best at
815 Wednesday. This Includes velvets,
whipcords, broadcloth: sold also up to
$35.00. Other bargains at 85.00
The Children's Furs at Half Prtco.
Children's Hats, sold to $4.60, at 75
Big lot of Dresses wool, silk, net, 8
years up to Juniors. 83.08 Wednesday.
Sold up to $15.00.
Knit Sweaters, Scarfs, Caps, will all
have to go.
WHITE SALE WEDNESDAY
' Children's Drawers, Gowns and Slips,
Infants' Dresses, Skirts and Gowns.
Hermes, ' Boreas and all the Storm
Kings or fiends got together away up in
the north and knocked Into a cocked hat
our balmy, temperature.
LAST YEAR'S WINTER
worn too thin to keep out the stormy
blast, if not fixed up Here are some
chances for Wednesday:
Union Suits for women, also vests and
pants at sale prices.
Union Suits at 30t. 70S 81.20
and 82.30 ch. ,
Vesu. at 59. 81.10 "d 81.09
Children's Underwear, 29 D(1 up.
Children'! Suita, sold at $1.50, at 85
His Imperial Highness, Mr. Man, can
perhaps get fitted in a union suit or sep
arate garment at 85 Wednesday. Many
of these sold up to $2.50. Unfortunately
not every size, but we may have yours.
Fine Wool Suits. Some sold at $3.00,
Warm fabric gloves at 79 instead
DR. HOLMES TALKS AT
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
Vr. John llayncs Holmes of New York
City, who la elvlnff a series of talks In
; the city, was entertained at luncheon at
, tre Commercial club Tuesday. In tho
i party were:
' Mensrs. and Mesdames
, O. W. Holdrrge, W. V. Baxter.
B. W. Capen. William Newton.
Mesdames Mrrdiii .
ft. A. Josl.vn, Draper Smith,
C. W. Knsppil. Grant Tarson.
! Mls Margaret Colvln.
Charles Bennett, Arthur Tulraer,
William J. de Winter.
A TALE OF A SHIRT
Referring to a shirt sale Pleated and
plain fronts are these, soft and semi-soft.
Sold at $1 and $1.50, will go at 79
Get up early, men, for this attraction
starts at S:30 a. m.
AUDUBON SOCIETY WILL
MEET SATURDAY NIGHT
The Audubon society of Omaha will
hold a meeting at the public library Sat
urday night, which had been postponed
from last Thursday. Dr. Solon R. Towne.
president of the Nebraska Audubon so
ciety, lias arranged a program relating In
the work of the famous naturalist from
whom the society takes its name.
WASH GOODS SECTION.
Rushing the inventory here Some
lots we won't bother to include in the
list formerly 25c, 36c, 50c, 75c and $1
each.; Just odd lota of voiles, crepes,
silk warps, etc. For a long fare-you-well
15 Pt J
SCHOOLS ARE FAVORED
IN AUDITORIUM RENTS
The city council has made an exception
in favor of school athletic entertainments
riven at the Auditorium by reducing thq
rental to 30 per cent of receipts, with a
guarantee of $30 per day, the latter figure
being actual expenses.
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Happy old Aae.
When old age carries with It hosts of
friends, good health and an abundance
of this world's goods, it ehould be as
happy as any period of our existence.
That ts old age as It should be. but tou
i often It means poor digestion, torpid
bowels, a sluggish liver and a general
feeling of ill health, despondency and
misery. Thla condition aan De greatly
j alleviated, however, by taking one of
1 ately after supper.
the digestion, tone
late the bowels, then
spondency lll give way to one of hope
.and goed cheer. ObtainaMe evctyvtlivre.
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