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i'HE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: AUGUST 19. 11)17.
is Going On
in Society Circles '
(Continued From rage One.)
them liave been motoring and camp
ing in the Yellowstone park for ten
days, Will be hgme next week.
Harold Mclonnt! has returned
from the west and has gone into the
Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Fish are at
Atlantic City at the Trayniorc.
Miss Dorothy Headley, the guest of
Miss Clara Hart of Council Bluffs,
leaves today. -
Miss Helm Eastman left Thursday
for Camp' Michiganime in Michigan
to spend the ten days of the post
season at the camp, and from there
she will visit friends at Marquette tor
a few days before returning to Chi
cago to her art studies.
Mrs. Charles T. Kountze gives up
her, house at Minneapolis Saturday
and will return home then. She and
Mr. Kountze expect to leave the fol
lowinp week for Wianuo to join Mr'.
and Mrs. 'ard Burgess for a two
weeks' motor trip.
Miss Helen Walker goes to Chicago
this week for a visit with a school
friend from Mrs. Somer's school in
Washington, D. C. Miss Walker, who
graduated from Mrs. Somer's school
in June, will remain at home next win
ter with her parents at the Blackstone.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Clarke
are at Weller, Colo., until Septem
J. T. Stewart, 2d, returned Monday
from Prior Lake, where Mrs. Stewart
and the children will remain until
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hundley, who
have had Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prit
chett's house for two months, moved
to the Blackstone Wednesday.
Mr. Frank Mach has returned from
his vacation trip to Cumberland, Wis.
Miss Marie Swansftn has returned
from Kansas, here she gave a se
rl 3 of harp recitals.
M'.s Mcliora Davis returned this
morning from Milwaukee.
Dr. C. C. Alluoti returned Saturday
from Cheyenne. Mrs. Allison. came
home a week ago.
Mrs. J. J. Mahoney and daughters,
the Misses Eva and May Mahoney,
arc at the White Bear Yacht club,
White Bear Lake, Minn., where the
Misses 'Mahoney entertained some
Minneapolis and St. Paul friends at
the dinner-dance Saturday evening,
following the big regatta held there
yesterday. The first of this week,
they go over to Minnetonka to spend
a few days with Mrs. Charles T.
Kountze at her cottage.
Mrs.T. J. O'Brien and family have
Kone to their -artch at Sutherland,
.Nat. ' .. x :
Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Dinning have
received word of the safe arrival of
their , daughter, Louise, in Paris,
where she is waiting orders for Red
. . Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Rutlcdge, who
. are on a western tour, are now jn
San Francisco. ; ?
Mrs. John A. Eyler and sou. Fred,
are home from a trip to New York,
Atlantic City and Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Gladys i Leudberg leaves
Wednesday for a seven months' trip
throug. southern California.
Mrs. J. V. Woodrough, Miss Flor
ence Kahm and her guest ' Miss
Pauline : Westfall of Kansas, Guy
Becke4t and Mr, Robert Loomis have
returned from Dome Lake where they
spent three weeks. Mr., and Mrs.
N. H. Loomis remained longer.
Miss Mary Mann left Friday for a
month's vacation tn Colorado. She
will visit Denver,, and will later go to
Glcir Park, Colo.
Miss Myrtle Hall left Thursday for
a two. weeks' stay at Norfolk, Neb
where she will be the guest of Miss
Marguerite Lough. , ,
Mr. J. Troupe Nelson of Shrevr
port. La., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. N.
C. Mitchell and Miss Verna Temple
ton.: , ..
Mr; and Mrs. R. If. Golf and son,
lack, left Saturday in their car for
St. Joseph,, Mo., where they will visit
Mr. Gotfs mother for two weeks.'
Mr. and, Mrs. Clifford Weller have
returned from a tour of the state in
their automobile and -will be with Mrs
Wellcr's mother, Mrs A. B. Jacquith
until September 1 when they take pos
session of their home in Dundee again.
, Mrs. M. Shirley and son, Paul, ac
companied by Mr. Charles Allison,
motored to Kansas City Wednesday
and returned Friday. Mr. M. Shirley
came home with them.
Mr. and 'Mrs, 1. B. McKitrick and
Mrs. N. J. McKitrick returned Sat
urday from a motor trip to Maxwell,
la.,, where they were' called by the
death ofMrs. C. B. McClymond.
Young Player Win. Praise.
Clara Schneider, Omaha's talented
young violinist, gave a benefit concert
for the Red Cross society in Cumber
land, Wis., Monday evening. She was
most enthusiastically received by a
large audience. Her, bowing, the quali
ty of tone, pure intonation and deli
cacy of shading won much praise.
Miss Schneider is a pupil of Frank
News comes from Detroit of the
birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Hyde of this city. Mrs. Hyde
has been with her mother and sister,
Mrs. George Thrall and Mrs. Albert
Xebe, in Ditroit, all summer.
Margery Mayer is the name given
to the daughter born Monday to Mr.
and Mrs, Herbert Arnsteiii. .
Picnics of the Week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wheeler, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Guiou, Miss Ltila
Dixon of Washington, Mrs. D. H.
Wheeler, Wilson Low and Sam Laub
ham made up a picnic party Monday
evening and motored down beyond
Riverview for a steak and corn roast.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart of
Council Bluffs gave a steak roast at
Orchard Heights out of the Bluffs
for Mr. and Mrs. Donald McFerron
Tuesday evening. The party included
?rV THE BEST
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Dr. and Mrs. Macrae, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Macrae, jr.; Mrs. John T.
Stewart, Miss Clara Hart, Miss Doro
thy HeadleV of New Bedford, Charles
Allison and Robert Connell.
A party of young folks enjoyed an
automobile pin picnic and steak roast
Friday evening. The party was gotten
up in honor of Miss Florence Robert
son of Petersburg, Va., who is visit
ing Miss Jaync Clark; Mr. Robert
Welch of Oakland, Cal., guest of
Miss Catherine Hastings, and for
guests of Miss Gladys Robertson.
At the Country Club.
In honor of Lieutenant Ben Galla
gher, who received his commission
at Fort Snelling, Mr. and Mrs, Paul
Gallagher entertained twenty young
people at the Country club dinner
dance last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Dinning had
another of the large parties, entertain
ing twelve guests at their table.
Mr. ,and Mrs. E. A. Wickham of
Council Bluffs entertained at party of
fourteen honoring Miss Dorothy
Headley of New Bedford, Mass.,
guest of Miss Clara Hart, who leaves
today for her home.
Late reservations for small parses
were made by F H. Davis1, C. A.
Carr, L. W. Wakeley, C. W. Hamr
ilton, W. G. Preston and D. A. Baum.
At the Field Club.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Riley enter
tained twelve gttests at the Field club
dinner-dance last evening, honoring
Mrs. Leonard Spaulding of Baltimore,
formerly of Omaha. .
Dr.and Mrs. H. A. Wahl had a
party of "eleven , in honor of their
house guejrt, Mrs. Sadie Thiele of
Indianapolis. " '
: Mr.; Ralph Carney entertained a
small party complimentary to Deyo
Crane, who received a commission at
Fdrt Snelling. "V; " , : - :
Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mr, and Mrs! Bruce E. Bjissett are
house quests of T. L., Combs and
family this Week. t M
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bell entertained
at a picnic Fr'.f : y evening on the lawn
at their cottage. The evening was
spent in dancing.
Mrs. Roy Chappel, Mrs. W. O.
Heinlein and Mrs. J. H. Parratt ar
rived from Fremont Friday to spend
the week-end as the guests of Sey
mour friends. They will be joined
Sunday by Mr. J. H. Parratt and Mr,
E. H. Nagelstock. also of Fremont.
Mr, Dean Sunderland entertained
at the dinner-dance Friday evening,
when hit guests included:
MlKSes Misses 'i
Helen Bunderiand. Ruth Sunderland.
Messrs. Messrs. . .,
Paul Sunderland of John G. Sunderland,
- Kansas Ctty, Mo. j Dean P. Bunderland.
Mrs. May Ferris, who has spent
the summer as the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Samuel J. Bell, returns to
Minneapolis today. .
Mr. and Mrs. j D. Ringer are en
tertaining the Misses Mary and Bess
Ringer of Lincoln and Mr., and Mrs.
F. W. Conrey for a few days.
The Misses Mary and Helen Dono
van entertained at a dancing party
Friday evening, having with them:
May O'Donnatl, Louise O'Oonnell.
Gertrude Donovan, 1 t
Alex O'Oonnell, Edward O'Neill.
lr and Mrs. Lamphler,
Mr. and Mr. R. B. Donovan.
At Happy Hollow. Club..
Miss Jaync Clark entertained
Make a good impression when you go
on your vacation wear a fine dia
mond. You'll double your pleasure,
while you experience no inconveni
ence. Our fcasy credit Plan gives you
Never have we shown a larger or
assembled for our August Sales.
and Small Profits," which, means
IS 9 Diamond Rings,
14k solid gold, "Lot
St J3 a Week
f'yj-gjjujaggareassi j jaea-acs. .-u-a-Jt
111 if II M lUIklrJ VA A 1 B m
JITS La Valllere,
tine solid gold.. one
one real Pearl, 1&
inch solid geld
4S3 Men's Diamond
Ring. S prong Tooth
mounting, 14k solid
gold Roman r
Tsrmsi S2.SO a Week
tt.S a Month
For a Visit With
party of young people at the Happy
Hollow club dance Saturday evening
complimentary to her schoolmate at
the Washington, D. C, National
School of Domestic Arts, Miss' Flor
ence Robertson of, Petersburg, Va.,
who arrived Friday to remain with
Miss Clark until their return to school
in October. Another out-of-town
guest was Mr. Robert Welch of Oak
land, Cal., who is visiting Miss Cath
erine Hastings. Other youne folks
fin the party were:
Elde Stori, Mary Fuller.
Robert Btorz, Bailey Morcum,
David Barrett. Wilbur Fuliaway.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Roberts
entertained , at the dinner-dance in
honor of Mrs. Fred Hooper and Miss
Dorothy Hooper of Columbus, 0.,
and Mi:s Doris Jarrett of Dorchester,
Neb. Their daughter, Elizabeth, and
Mr. and, Mrs. E. C. Rector completed
Another party dining logether in
cluded Dr. and Mrs. J. Prime, Miss
Edith Hamilton, Mrs. Nancy J.
Moore, 1 Major Hersey and Captain
James Prentice of Fort Omaha and
Mr. J. J. Boucher.
Late reservations for small par
ties were made by V. F. Megeath, W.
E. Marsh, E. A. Johnson, B. F. Mar
shall, J. A. Linderholm and J. P.
To Honor Bride.
Miss Florence Long was hostess on
Friday evening at a .bridal shower
' ' ' v: ; on th
... Blackstone) Roof
Oriental Room ."
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Spteial Table D'Hota Dinner, 6 p. m.
$1.50 a plate
Music by Blackstone Orchestra
' Menu '
Filet of Halibut Carmen
Noisette ot Spring Lamb Belmont
' . or
W tenon of Beef Tenderloin Cherroit
fresh Stewed fomatoe Julienne Potatoes
m Fruit Jelly
' Demi Taase
' Muaicul Programme
1. March"- "Lf La La"..Scotto
1. Selection "The Red Mill
I. Reverie "Apple , Bios;
4. Waltses "Love Sparks"
5. IntermeKo "Egyptia". . ...
T. Selection "Sari" .... Kalmar
The Public u Cordially Invited
For Reservations in Advance
Phone Harney 945
8 months to pay..
more attractive assortment of Diamond, Watches and Jewelry than we have
With stores in leading cities of the U. S., ours is a business of "Many Sales
lowest prices to you.
The moat useful gift
for soldier, sailor
and nurte - serving .
with The Color. : ' 1
je'OMiliUry Wrist Watch, leather
strap, unbreakable glass; high grade full
jewel movement; In Solid ft
Nickel Case. Specially priced. . Jh I Jj
130 a Month T w
Old Reliable. Original
Diamond and Watch Credit House
Mabi Floor City National Bank Block.
40 South Sixteenth St, Corner Sixteenth and Harney Sts., Oeaha
n. ...... r ru. ....... c.u.
Iwith Miss Betty Hopkins as honor
guest. Her marriage to Mr. John
Oberreutter will take place this
month. Punch was served in the liv
ing room, Mrs. J. P. Seymour of Min
neapolis presiding at the bowl. The
room were decorated in cut flowers.
The invited guests were:
f Missel Mlse '
! Btty Hoikin Hazel A.uer
'iiuth Hopkins Rose heh&n
t Lillian Haley. Manrarot Foley "
, Kutelle JliCarron Bonnie Folay
i Vlrxlnla MrKUIgott Gertrude Front
i Ethel Somer, Mary McElllgott
I Houml Hrook, Jf. J. Mabel Ann Graham
Ury Kills Aifnea iiis
Mary Ohhrreuttr Bee McBhane
Kllen McShane Lorette K ley la
Kathleen O'BNen Vera Auer
Mesdames Itose Hurth
G. ". Somer, Bound Mesdames
Uronk. New Jersey. A. Strang
A. D. Harnum, North Fred Lang
riatte. Neb. .T. Johnston
J. t. Hf-yniour, . sflbach
Minneapolis, Minn. 11. Kendall.
Married in the West.
The marriage of Miss Henrietta Pe
terson, formerly of Omaha, to Mr.
Fay J. Knott of Butte, Mont., which
took place at Salt Lake City, Utah,
is announced by the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peterson, also
former residents of Omaha.
Several Omaha people, including
Mrs. M Meyer and Mrs. V. W. Git
tings, were present.
The future home of Mr. and Mrs.
Knott will be Butte, Mont,
Mrs. "r.ima Kirschbraun announces
the approaching marriage of her
daughter, Sophie, and Mr. Ben
Rechter, the wedding to take place
Sunday afternoon August 26 at 4
b'clock. Rabbi Frederick Cohn will
officiate. There will be a wedding re
ception between the hours of 7 and 10
that evening at the home of the
bride's mother, 701 South vThirty
Betrothals Announced. 1
"Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Noyes of Chi
cago, formerly of this city, announce
the engagement of their daughter, El
sie, to Mr. Paul Reed of Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Noyes was with the Hammond
Packing company here many years
ago. Miss Elsie was a school girl
here and has a number of friends ii
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bair announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Idamae, to Mr. Clarence T. Hurd,
formerly of Lincoln. The wedding
will take place in the fall. '
Affairs of the Last Week.
Mrs. Michael Kiley gave a 1 o'clock
luncheon at her home in honor of her
guests, Mrs. M. Cavanaugh and Mrs.
Morgan Cavanaugh of Greeley, Neb.
Miss Gladys Dehrens gave vocal se
lections. Other guests present were:
At. Dlnnan, John Dehrens,
Carl Jones, Julia Nadonla,
Charles Hodgson, Amos Burg,
M. J. Ford.
Members of the machine gun com
pany of the Sixth Nebraska were
guests of Lieutenant Paul Coad at
dinner at the Blackstone Friday night
There were seventy-five in the party.
Mr. and Mrs, Moshier Colpetzer
gave a dinner Wednesday evening
at their home, when Mr. and Mrs.
Wr. J. Foye, Mr. and Mrs. Will Burns,
"Shadowland" , .Gilbert
a. "Goodby. Broadway"
b. "Sailin' Away on .
the Henry Clay"..
Patrol M each am
12. vMareh "The
Regiment" , .
YOUR REGISTRATION CERTIFI
CATE will soon be soiled and torn if
carried loose in your pocket You
can get a handsome Holder FREE bv
into our store and asking for one.
FOR THE SOLDIER BOYS
802 Emblem Identification Ring. Solid
, gold, a line dla-
cuBoiciea in col
ors. Engr a v e d
r e g I ment. Un
equaled value at
$1.95 a Menth $1?.5U
A fitting parting gift from mother, wife,
sweetheart, sister Sure to please MM.
The DiamoBd are
mounted ao aa to
look like ene - large
most ebowy ring for
the least money.
Marvel of Beauty
at $50, 75, $100 end
Credit Terms, $1.25,
$l.SS. XM and $3
per week. .
Phone Douglaa 1444 and Our Salesman
Call er Write for Catalog MS.
Open Daily Until 9 P. M.
Saturdays Until 9:30
11 VALUE II
NEW YOEK GISL GUEST OF
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Mr. and I Irs. Joseph Barker, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Wharton, Miss Daphne Pe
ters, Sam Burns, Ralph Peters, Ma
jor McKinley and Ward Burgess
were their guests.
Mr. Frank Burkley was host at a
dinner at the Country club Wednes
day, which included Mr. and Mrs. F.
H. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bal
drige, Judge and Mrs. W. A. Redick,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drake, Mrs.
John . A. McShane, Miss Btancne
Burke and J. E. Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Towle enter
tained at dinner for Captain Lewis of
Dubuque. Others in the party were
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Thummel,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Doorly, Mr. ana Mrs.
Harley Moorhead and J. E.. George.
Mrs. Sol Rosenberg, Mrs. A. E.
Cohn and Mrs. R. Swartz were prize
winners at the linen shower and card
party given Thursday at the home of
Mrs. J. I Niederst in honor of Miss
Spohie Kirschbraun, a bride of this
Mrs. Nancy T. Moore gave a dinner
at her home Friday evening honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kelly, who
leave soon for their new home in Cin
cinnati; Miss Nan Spaulding, who re
turned to Omaha recently from Balti
more, and her cousin, Captain James
Prentice of the Fort Omaha balloon
s i":vA ;
"are- wonderful giving us greater opportunities than ever "to display our ability' in de
signing and making furs. Our Indian trading posts in the snow-covered "Bush Coun
try" of Northern Canada have provided us with the greatest collection of fine peltries
we have ever had to work upon. .' .
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You will enthuse over our Furs. You will thoroughly enjoy handling and admiring them. We are making
, right now in our shop Scarfs, Capes, Wraps and Coatees that will interest you. Many of them are being
Bold before they are completed. " You may choose 'the linings and trimmings, thereby expressing "your
"own individuality in your garment. .
We are not making a lot of duplicate garments. The one you choose will be your own individual model.
It is a pleasure to us to show our furs and incurs no obligation on your part.
Aulabaugh's reputation for fine workmanship and high qualities has long been established. This leaves
only the question of price. Our cash buying of raw pelts, direct from the. trappers, enables us to hold the
cost down to such an extent that you will be surprised at our quotations after seeing the beautiful gar
ments we are producing.
Select your Furs now it means a great saving to buy in this August Sale. We ask only a small deposit
and will hold the furs in storage, until you want them, without extra charge.
We will end
if you will fill out
Than. ir nthvr iNrl nf the
$25, $40,450, $75, $100, $150, $200.
gladly demonstrate them at any time.
mm ww m . m g in ji k f iin
Cor 15th hnd Harney Sts. Omaha.
school. Ri .sell roses and miniature
balloons, which gave a clever touch,
were used in the decorations. Covers
were laid for eight.
Keene Abbott Lost in Black
Hills for Several Hours
Keene Abbott, Omaha newspaper
man, who has been spending several
weeks in the Black Hills, accompa
nied by M?s. Abbott and two nurses,
Miss Elsie Odewan and Miss Esther
Julian, came near to a disastrous ex
perience recently, when they became
lost in the Spearrish canyon region.
The party left their camp early in
,the morning for a long hike and in
some manner lost their bearings and
wandered over the wild country for
fifteen or twenty miles. They were
hnally rescued by a party of camp
ers who had been picking" berries and
taken to Savoy, five miles from their
own camp. They later returned to
Friendship Club to Hold
Picnic at Riverview Park
The Friendship club will hold a
picnic Sunday afternoon and evening
in Riverview park. There will be a
basket supper at 6 o'clock. The club,
has been holding dances this summer
in the pavilion in Hascom park, but
will soon begin its winter activities "in
WE'RE CUTTING PRICES
on the remainder of the $25,000 warehouse stock of brand new up-to-date
furniture that w ara forced to close out. Hundreds of people have been
her and bought but there are yet fine stocks for you to select from. No
matter whether you want a single piece or an entire outfit you will save
money by buying it her. The price on these goods will astoaish you you
won't find equal money-saving opportunities anywhere in the city.
Bedroom Suite, regular price $75,
Buffet, fine oak, glazed finish, regu
lar price $39, now $22.50
Dining Room Tables, regular price
$27.50, now $17.50
Dining Room Chairs, regular price
$1.45, now ...98c
2-Inch Vernis Martin Beds, regular
price $9.25, now $5.89
Braes Beds, regular price $18,
Don't Delay Come Today!
OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL AND IMMEDIATE
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY
Phone Douglas 1317.
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Just the instrument you want for the
the porch, the lawn, on your Doat,
this Vktuola to your home on trM,
the coupon and send it loot. Easy
j ...i. .
We will v
Of Special Interest to
Teachers and Families
FOR RENT AT
200 beautiful, new and used Grand
and Upright Pianos, free tuning, free
insurance. Choice of the following'
makes: Steinway, Weber, Hardman,
Steger Sons, Emerson, McPhail,
Lindeman and Schmoller 4 Mueller
Finest stock in Omaha to select
from. Six months rent allowed if
Schmoller & Mueller
Headquarters for Columbia Grafo
' nolaa and record
1311-13 Farnam St. Ph. D. 1623
Fine Leather Rocker, regular price
$20, now $11.25
Large, roomy Rockers, regular pries
$9.50, now .$4.50
Small Velvet Rugs, regular price $5.50,
Velvet Rugs, room size, regular price
$30, now ..$14
Other Rugs at Big Reductions.'
Library Table, all finishes, regular
price $9.75, now .......... $5.75
Corner 14th and Dodge Sts. Omaha, Neb.
Our shop is producing new .
garments every day, enabl
ing ;us. to continue bur Au
gust Sale with . a ' beautiful
fresh stock of Fur Garments. .
The models tor the tall lurs
and Farnam Sts.
fummcr. You can easily take it
or your camping trip anywnerc.
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