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THE OMAh SUNDAY BEE; SEPTEMBER 9, 1917.
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is Going On
in Society Circles
Girls Go Away This Month
' (Centlnoed from Pag Oat.)
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mack and their
daughter, Miss Harriet Mack, who
will be entertained at the Charles
Meta home. Undoubtedly their pres
ence will be inspiration for many in
teresting social functions.
Mrs. E. J. Street of Kansas City and
her daughter, Miss Louise Street, are
also expected for Ak-Sar-Ben season.
They will be the guests of Miss Hen
rietta Rees and he father, Mr.
For this week entertainments for
visiting girls in the school set are of
principal social interest. Miss Bessie
Ritchie of Idaho Falls, St. Mary'i
schoolmate of Miss Marion Weller;
Miss Florence Robertson of Peters
burg, Va., Washington, school friend
of Miss Jayne-Clarke; Miss Helen
Lanze of Worcester, Mass., who is
visiting the Misses Robertson; Miss
Adelaide Moore, guest of Miss
Evelyn Ledwich; Miss Helen Shepard,
who is visiting Miss Caroline Holm
quist, these, are but a few of the out
of-town young women for whom
luncheons and dinners in profusion
mark the calendar. '
For their parents and the younger
married set, the cabaret dinner of
Happy Hollow club Tuesday evening
promises to be full of enjoyment, as
the three or four events of the kind
which preceded it have most certainly
been. Tables will be set in the ball-
; room where the privilege of dancing
between courses will be extended, din
ner to be served at 7 o'clock. In ad
dition, the entertainment committee.
which includes Mrs. t. J. jumper,
Miss Henrietta Rees and Mr. Frank
Builta, has arranged for short pro-
irram of 'songs by Mrs. Lena &ns
worth Dale, soprano, during the
courses. Vernon C Bennett will ac
company Mrs. Dale. This will be the
final cabaret dinner of the season.
When the summer Clubs have
closed society will look to the danc
ing clubs to furnish the occasion for
seeking the enjoyments of the dance.
To this end the Week-End Dancing
. club, of which Mr. Robert S. Trim
ble is president and Mr. Allan B.
Hamilton secretary, announces a
series of dancing parties to be given
in the Fontenelle ballroom. The ball
room has been engaged for the fol
lowing evenings: October 20, Novem
ber 10, December 8 and 22, January
5 and 19, February 2 and 16 and
March 2. . , ' '
In addition to these parties a dinner-dance
will be given on the even
ing of November 28, in the ballroom
of the Blackstone. '
Mrs. Will Coad and children came
ack Sunday from a summer at Clear
Water Lake, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. John Redick returned
Friday from a month at Prior Lake.
Ralph Peters and Sam Burns went
to Prior Lake Wednesday and will
motor back with their families, leav
ing there Monday. . .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lyman have
returned from Christmas Lake.
Mrs. D. M. Vinsonhaler returns
today from the east, where she has
been for a month or six weeks. . .
Thompson Wakeley has returned
from Eaton's ranch and, with his
father, Lucius Wakeley, will go on
a fishing trip in Wisconsin before
going back to Cornell.
Denman Kountze and Edward
Daugherty arrived home Tuesday
evening from Minnetonka in the
former s car,. They stopped over one
night at Okoboji on their way down.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson and
children-arrived home Monday from
seven weeks in California. While
there they saw Mr. and Mrs. C C
Rosewater and family, who are at
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hosford are
expected home today from Watch
Hill, R. I.
Mrs. J. J. Brown is expected home
today from visiting her niece, Mrs.
John Patrick, and Mr.' Patrick, at
their ranch in Wyoming. Mr. and
MrsPatrick have just completed
their new home on the ranch and
moved into it this week.' ";
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Klausner and
sons, Jack and Robert, have returned
after spending the summer on the
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Weill have re
turned from , the automobile trip
through Yellowstone park they took
after spending the early part of the
summer at their summer home at
Moose Lodge, Minn., Winnipeg and
White Bear Lake. After returning
from the north they left tot Buffalo,
Wyo., from whence they toured over
the Big Horn mountains to Basin
and Cody. The return trip was made
by train. '
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Scott and fam
ily came home Saturday from a sum
mer spent near Norwalk, Conn., at
News of Visitors. , '
Dr. Frances H. Turner of Fort
Wayne, Ind,, is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Joseph C Lawrence
in Dundee. v
Miss May B. Evans of Salt Lake
City is visiting her sister, Mrs. Pearl
E. Houston. ." '
Mrs. B. B. Wood has her grand
children, Henry and Robert Cranmer
of Denver, with her while their
mother, Mrs. W. H. Cranmer, is m
the hospital in Denver for an appen
Mrs. Frederick V. Krug was here
for a few days the guest of Mrs.
John F. Coad. on her way from
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Miss Kathrvn Ostenberff deoarts
September 20 for the east to enter
Mount Ida. a finishing school near
Boston, where she will specialize in
music. Miss Dorothy Hippie is a
pretty member of the Omaha con
tingent who will go down to the state
university. ' ' ,. '
Montana to join her husband. Major
Krug. in Washington. Miss Kath
arine Krug is still with Miss Luetla
Petersen and later will be with Miss
Alice Coad. , ,
Mrs.' Timothv Dver of Berkelev.
Cal., arrived Wednesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. J. F. Coad, jr.
Mr. T.vnn ewA rf T .inrAln ai.
rived Sunday for a visft with her
sister, Mrs. Chester Nieman. "
Mr. C W. Simoson of Hduston.
Tex., is the guest for several weeks
of Mr. Frank Boyd and is being en
tertained at .the field club by Mr.
Mrs. A. K, Billings of New1 York
and her son, Kenny Billings, who
have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
A. S. Billings', left Saturday. Kenny
Billings has been an Andover student
since his return last year from Bar
celona, Spain, where his father was
engaged in building an irrigation
plant. ' . . , . . ,
Miss Alice Wood, who is the euest
of Miss Mildred Todd, returns to
Springfield, 111., Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles S. Breed of New
York .City, formerly of Omaha, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bonoff.
Notes at Random. ; . .
Mile. Andre, who was instructor of
French at Brownell Hall for two or
three years, has accepted a position
in a college at Santa Barbara, Cal.
Mile. Andre spent the summer in
JP?n- . .... . ' .
Miss Eugenie whitmore and cur-
dette Kirkendall recently won a sil
ver cup and a medal ' for the best
dancing at the Vernon Country club
at Los Angeles. Last week Mrs.
Hopkins of Pasadena gave a dinner
for her, wjien the guests included Mr.
Ordynski;;whp has charge of the pro
duction of opera at the Metropolitan
in New York; Miss Vivian Martin,
the movie star, and her husband, Wil
liam Jefferson, son of the late Joseph
Jefferson. . .
Burdette Kirkendall has-been with
his parents at Hollywood while wait
ing orders to go to some aviation
Miss Marion Funkhouser has gone
to Tacoma, Wa$h., where she will
teach school this winter.
Mrs. Catherine Buell has gone for
a month's trip to Seattle, Wash.
Mrs. Lucile Robinson has gone to
Ftmoui , for th vsrUty and valut of Its
tpringi. Splendid hotcli and lghtn-hol
totf count, tennis, honobtck riding, dine
ini, btht, tto. Beached by "St. Paul" and
Wabaih ratlwayt, and only an hour rid
by hourly elcetrte traint from Kancai City.
Send for illustrated booklet Secretary Com
mereial Club, Excelilor Sprlnai, Mo.
A ART OF SINGING
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druggist whom you
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to us: . , - .
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clearance before fall inventory. There's a handaom diamond or watch waiting for you,
and you have the privilefe of wearing while paying. You can exchange any diamond
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half a century of aucceeeful hueiaeet back of it. An evening la pleasantly spent
inspecting our beautiful Stocks. Our store is open daily till t p. m. Saturday till S:30.
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Shell Cameo: fin
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Diamond j real pearls
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Ring, 14k solid gold,
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The NATIONAL CREDIT JEWELERS
I I IMr HI1 WJ MAIN FLOOR CITY NATIONAL BANK BLOCK.
I Vrirw.Yri i 409 19th S1". Center 16th and Haraey Sts, Omaha.
I 1 onvsjm v. if uppoeit Burgess-Nasa .bo. ilepartasent Stor
Chicago, where she has accepted a
position in the federal reserve bank.
Lena Ellsworth Dale has been
made director of music at Lowe Ave
nue Presbyterian church.
An out-of-town wedding of interest
to Omaha took place in Sheridan,
Wyo., August 23, when Miss Harriet
6elby Gillette, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gillette, became the
bride of Lieutenant William Lambert
Kleitz. The ceremony was performed
by Bishop Thomas of Wyoming. Mrs.
Kleitz has visited Miss Meliora Da
vis and Mrs. Austin Gaily, formerly
Miss Eleanor Mackay.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Horn an
nounce the betrothal of their daugh
ter, Lottie, and Mr. Abram Starrels of
Philadelphia, Pa. No date has yet
been set for the wedding. Mr. Star
rels is visiting at the home of his
POPULAR MEMBER OF THE
At Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Roth enter
tained at dinner-dance Friday evening,
having with them Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Barfield of Palm Beach, Fla.
Julius Steinberg, who was granted
t short furlough from the marine
corps, departed last night for Quan
tico, Va., to join his regiment.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parratt are
soendinz the week end with Sevmour
Lake friends, having arrived from Fre
mont r nday. -
Mr., and Mrs. T. L. Combs enter
tained at dinner last evening, when
covers were laid for sixteen.
- The annual birthday party will be
held next Friday evening. Diners will
be seated at twelve tables, represent
ing the months of the year.
At the Field Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Buckingham
entertained at dinner at the Field
club last evening when covers were
laid for fourteen. Asters arranged
in baskets formed the table decora
tions and the guests were as follows:
Messrs and Mesdaroes-
J. D. Poster, - R. J. Dinning,
George Kelly, W. 0. Wllktns.
Miss Margaret McLaughlin.
Robert Buckingham, Loui Doup.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Foote cave a
dinner party at the Field club last
evening, baskets of golden rod
formed the centerpiece and the fol
lowing guests were present:
"Messrs and Meadamea
W. A. Jonson. of Council Bluffs.
C E. Hunter. P. C. Hyson.
C, 8. Andrew
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Caldwell
entertained at the dinner-dance last
evening complimentary to their guest,
Miss Helen Kurt of bt. Paul. Others
in the party were:
Messrs. ana Mesasmss
8, Carlisle, E. 8. Westbrook.
Frank Pollard, Wallace Lyman,
Mr. Mary Mora.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tudson had
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilhelm and Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Head in their party.
What Society Has in Prospect.
Mrs. Wilson Low is giving a small
luncheon at the Country club Mon
day for Mrs. Albert Brogan of Aus
tin, Tex. Several informal affairs
have been, arranged for Mrs. Brogan
and her husband, Prof. Brogan, be
fore their departure for Colorado
some time this week, their visit cut
short by Prof. Brogan's hay fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Weller
will give .a. dinner for the Davidson
Weller bridal Dartv the evening: ore-
ceding the wedding, September 18. )
Mrs. J. f. Load. sr.. will entertain
a party of twelve at luncheon at the
mer. Her mother, Mrs. Edgar Mors
man, is east now to accompany her
The Misses Helen Nieman, Arlene
Abbott, and Virginia Lowe leave
Tuesday for Lincoln, where they will
enter the state university.
Miss Elizabeth Barker, and her sis-
"figV5 THE BEST
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tv tuiy e-ri ... KTTTHoi
Country club Monday, honoring Mrs,
Timothy Dyer of Berkeley, Cal., who
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
The Comus club will meet at the
home of Mrs. P. M. Jennings Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Brogan
have reservations for a box party at
the Brandeis theater Saturday even
ing. Reservations for six have been
made by E. H. Howland, George A.
Roberts, E.P. Boyer and N. S. Young
of Macedonia, la. Many smaller par
ties will attend.
School Set News.
Charles Allison and Edward
Daugherty and Miss Claire Daugh
erty expect to leave early next week,
the boys for Andover and Miss
Daugherty for Miss Spence's in New
York. Mrs. C. C. Allison and Mrs.
J. M. Daugherty will go east with
Miss Katherine Squier and her
mother, Mrs. Waite Squier, will leave
about the 20th for the east, where
Miss Katharine is to enter Miss
Laucas' school at Providence, R, I.
Miss Mary Morsman will enter St
Timothy's school at Baltimore this
autumn, but is coming home first
from the girls' camp in New Hamp
shire, where she has been all sum-
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It has been proven by the world's great
est authorities that so-called hair removers
stimulate and increase hair growth after
each removal, because they only remove hair
trom the surface ot the skin, just lik a
The only common-sense way to Temove
hair it to attack it under the skin. De
Miracle, the original sanitary liquid, op
erates on this principle. It alone contains cer
tain ingredients which give it the power to,
rob hair of ita vitality. It doe this by ab
DeMlracle work equally well for remov
ing hair 'from face, neck, arme, under arms
or limbs to prevent it from showing through
Insist on the genuine DeMiracle. It is
th only depilatory that has a money-bsck
guarantee in each package. In 60c, (1 and
$2 bottles at all toilet counters,, or direct
from us in plain wrapper on receipt of price.
FREE booklet) mailed in plain sealed en
velope n request. Write for it today and
read it before you make another applica
tion of any depilatory. DeMiracle Chemical
Co., Dept. A, Park Av. and 189th St., New
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V: VI ItOW I an WIJICO
One week has elapsed since
the opening: of this shop and
during; this week we have en
joyed a very satisfactory patron
age. Both our old friends who.
have bought from us for years in our
former location, and many new custo
mers as well, have favorably commented
upon the attractiveness of this new. store
and of the merchandise we are offering. .
To acquaint the public with our new lo
cation and popular prices we offer the fol
lowing, specials for Monday: ;
$35 Sample Suits and Coats
Poplins, Broadcloths and wool velour in all the most popular
shades. Special for Monday . - ' '
'-' ;-$22.50v ;;
$22.50 Serge and Silk Dresses
LOWEST PRICES OUR CHIEF ATTRACTIONS
All new embroidered effects. All shades and sizes. Special
1409 Dbuglai Street
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SALE OF HIOH GOAOE
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The Holiday season is fast ap
proaching and the prices on
Grand Pianos are steadily ad
vancing. If you wait until the
last moment before making your
purchase you will find that your
delay has been a costly one, in
' deed. There is no need for you
to lose money. Order your
piano NOW and have it put
aside for Holiday delivery.
MASON & HAMLIN,
KfiAillCII & BACH,
vose & sons
BRA M BACH,
Our reputation a dealers in High Grade Grand and Upright
Piano is well established and our guarantee of Satisfaction goes
with every sale. If you cannot afford to pay cash, our liberal term
of credit will make payments of no hardship for you.
September Sale of Upright Pianos
Is Meeting With Approval
$250, $275, $300, $325, $350
and up will buy a High Grade Piano during our low cash offer
during September. mvmm
Is Tasa-iffcQ . , Lane
III afef8 Hender-
HERE ARE A FEW BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS
TIANY MORE AT OUR STORE
Lyon & Healy
A. B. Chase 1 O E
Kimball fcl QC
Mclntyre St Good
tell (Walnut) . .
(Walnut) . . .
Macey it Camp
(Walnut) . . .
A, HOSPE CO.
' "The Victor. Store"
1513-15 DOUGLAS STREET
Don'l MISS This!
SALE of RARE
Beaeewtre wanttnc te bay oeld aleee er entire eatfit ef furnltare
shenld lnTcatiirate the bartralns we are offering before bnTlii;. Newly
i married couples preparing- t furnish aa entire home will find this aale
solution to their problem ef making their money s;e aa far aa possible.
We don't bellere any store In Omaha offers yen the opportunities te
aaT money that wo are doing In thle aale. The reaaon la that we mnat
dispose ef a $25,000 warehouse etoek ef brand new furniture la the
anlckest possible time. Com down and aee for yourself. Hero are seat
ef the prleeoi .
IBJtO S-lnek Teraw Hart hi Bed.
. for .$5.80
1.0 Braaa Bade. ..... . . . . S9.7S
35, 120 Dinlas Tables, 22.50
. and ......12.75
138, 923 Walnut Dresner, 822.50
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920.00 Buffet 89.7
aas.00 China Closet S13.5i
919.00 Ladle' Writing- Deak.S6.90
120 Leather Rockers til. 25
Library Table, all finishes, low
as , 84.75
Dining Chair 65 te 8200
Velvet Ruga, room stae, mm low
Large heavy fumed Oak Tabour-
PBHiKiry oiiinai ,, ..ff
$13 Hatin 8toT
$55 RanffM lor 35
OtT-Oir-TOWN ORDBRS C1VEW PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY
Phone Douglas 1317.
Corner 14th and Dodge 9ta Omaha. Neb.,
For the recovery of 1915 model Ford Runabout.
I License No. 9558-Neb.. Engine No. 788904. Stolen
from Manawa Park on the night of September .
I The car had a complete set of practically new Fire-
J stone Non-Skid tires; demountable rims; lower
I wind shield broken; brass radiator painted black.
! Telephone or communicate with C. I. Palm, -
( Manager, - Manawa Park, . Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Omaha phone, Douglas 1365, Council Bluffs, 947.
J Omaha Council Bluffs
I Street Railway Co
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