Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1919)
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 191ff.
: : ... .. I ..x r : i ' i
MMBMMI " 1 I '
Lat Mi lu at IlltU arte
virlueu nmu i coubmii aar wiaga apaii
IhUu' oftanUmaa Witt Mvaaiy wars.
x ' Uaorf Lttapmaa.
You have but a feto hours left in which
to complete your Christmas shopping
make your Christmas grift complete by
adding a box of PHOENIX HOSIERY
they will please as no other gift.
Service, heauty, practical and always
a useful gift We are PHOENIX
HOSIERY headquarters. We carry
everything PHOENIX makes, in all sizes
for both women and men even in out
' )' -1
MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS
v PRESENT COMPLETE
Women'i, $1.35 to $3.65.
Men, 90c to $1.35. ' ' ;
Mail Orders Given' Prompt
and Careful Attention. '
So. 16th St
PTsniBraiiinsnissninH'iisJit'niiiiiiiinininfniaicisNTKAi. fcrmtcbk ftroxmn
HOWARD. STREET,. BETWEEN J5th and 16th
a. buy 1
e bow-en's ? m
- cmhrntai' . 1
It la only at the Greater Bowen Store that one will find guar
anteed gift furniture. Here you will find .everything to furniture
at value-giving prices.-' Our displays! are large and we know you
vrillle able to make a selection at the price you will want to payv
America is soon to (enow more of
Miss May Christie of the British
Isles, who is visiting in Omaha for
several days with Miss Helen Davis.
Her serial, "Helene's Married Life,"
a 20-week daily feature, will appear
in a number of the leading newspa
pers of our country through- a New
York syndicate which has contract
ed with Miss Christie for that right
Three years ago she was writing for
the Saturday Evening post and the
Philadelphia Ledger, but since that
time her work has been in England.
One of her best known novels there
is "Love's Gamble." It will soon
appear heje in book form.
"I am Scotch," declares Miss
Christie," but was born in China."
She was graduated ffom Edinbor
ough university with an M. A. de
gree. Her stay in. Omaha will be
brief. She goes to Chicago from
here and later to Virginia. -, Within
six weeks she expects to return to
London. . , .
Mr. and Mrs, I. Sibbernsen
entertained at dinner at their home
Tuesday evening, in honor of Miss
Grace Allison, and Albert Sibbern
sen, whose marriage will take place
December 27x. The guests will in
cluded the wedding party. Poinset
tias formed the decorations.
Frank B. Rodefer of Omaha, has
been licensed to wed Miss Helen
Reuter ,of Chicago. ' .
For a Visitor.
Miss Carolyn Miller .entertained
informally at luncheon at the Ath
letic club Tuesday in honor of her
guest, Miss Blanche Edwards of
Fort Smith, Ark. Both attend
Ames college, Iowa, where Miss Ed
wards is pledged to Gamma Phi and
Miss Miller to Delta Delta Delta.
Katherine Reynolds entertained
at an Orpheum party Tuesday eve
ning for Miss Edwards.
Mrs'. Campbell Entertains.
Mrs. G. S. Campbell will entertain
informally at her home Friday affc
crndon 'n honor of Miss Florence
Dolan of Notre Dame, Indiana, who
is visiting " Mrs. Will Cullen, and
Has Gone to California
m ( &
By A. K.
Miss Irene R&sewater left Monday for El Paso, Tex, to spend several
weeks. From there she will go to Los Angeles and Sari Francisco. She
will not return until spring. " Miss Rosewater is a graduate of the class
of '18 at Smith college. ' , : " ,
Miss Blanche Edwards, who is a
guest at the Charles C. Miller home.
Pan Hellenic Luncheon. -
. The Pan-Hellenic luncheon to be
given Saturday .at 12:30, at the Com
mercial club, promises to be a suc
cessful affair, according to Mrs.
Evans Hornberger. Seventy-five girls
We have Just received a new ship
ment of mahogany . sewing cabinets in
various designs and of wonderful finish.
Solid Mahogany Prlscllla Sewing: Cab.
in'ets, each only $18.09-. Solid Mahog
any Martha ' Washington Sewing Cabi
nets, each only $22.50.
- Our display of Lamps
Is most extensive, and
wa know that you will,
be able to make a se
lection that will .please.
Floor Lamps similar
to illustration; double
Japanese Silk Shade on
Mahogany Post, for as
low as $29.50.
Table Lamps similar
to illustration; fitted
with shade of best Jap
anese silk with ivory."
mahogany or. Japanese
antique post, for as
low as $6.50.
Boudoir Lamps; beautiful wood and metal
base, up from $3.50. :
Mahogany Table Lamp Posts up from
$4.50. ' '. . J
Parchment Lamp Shades up from $2.00.
Silk Lamp- Shades In various patterns
and designs up from $7.00.
Other Gift Suggestions-
'? ahogany Candlesticks,, 75o
each and up. - . ( -
NUt Bowls With Cracker and
Picks, $2.00 and up.-
Mahogany Smoker, Set. with'
tray, ash tray, cigar holder
and match holder, $1.50 and
UV ' ' . -'
Beautiful Christmas Candle?,
25c and up. -
Mahogany and "Polychrome .
Book Ends. $4.50 and un." .
Mahogany Glass .Top Serving
Trays, 95c and up. ' '
A died Boweri Values
Large. Aluminum Stew Kettle, best of
quality, each, only $1.25.
Aluminum Ware Laige Stew Pans,
extra heavy quality, only 25c, .
Aluminum Tea Kettles Exceptionally
Rood quality,, each only $1.95.
A Three-piece Set of Aluminum' Stew
Pans an exceptional value for the three
: pieces, only $1.25. . .-v . . '
Exceptional value In De Luxe Carpet
Sweepers; steel frame construction;
guaranteed carpet sweeper p cannot be
equaled elsewhere, for twice asked by the
H. R. Bowen Co. Be sure and get one;
4 . each $1.95.
Brooms Extra fine quality; excellent weight; get one of these,
only 35c '
Fistula-Pay When Cured
A mud tntam el treatment that eon Ptks, Fbtala and
otae; Recta I DiaaaMa in thott time, wttnott a tavere of
Steal ODaratkai. Nn Chinidtrntu. Ethm nr nthmm dnra'
' anattaetle med. A barm tfmmntMdin mrerv mm mrrmntMi
for treataiaat, and do mooey to b paid aodl oared. Write for book so Recta lDhcaMt, with names
and taatiamlaU al more loan iuw promraeai peopia woo nave Dees permanently cored. , .
CR.E.R.TAKXY 240 -U BolWlng OMAHA, NEBRASKA
rill-i '-MID HU H H 1
f Make it ti - n
Esd . " y Jyjo
Make it a
for the whole family
with a case of
a D(m)as. 7398' ; -. . 0 '
are expected to attend, the. majority
coming from Omaha. Lincoln, Coun-'j
fil Bluffs, Valley, AIvo and Platts
mouth will be represented. "All res
ervations are to be in by Wednesday
morning," says ' Mrs. Hornberger,
"and we will then know definitely
whom to expect."
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gunther en
tertained informally Tuesday even
ing at a dance at their home in
honor of their son, Clarence, who
is home from' the Salisbury school,
Connecticut. Christmas decorations
were used and the guests numbered
20. t -
, Dancing Party.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burke en
tertained at a dancing party at their
home Tuesday evening in honor of
Miss Adeline Kent of Kentfield,
Cal., and Miss Emily Burke. Deco
rations were in California - huckle
berry and redwood. Misses Esther
and Winifred Smith assisted and the
guests numbered 40.
' v Luncheon.
Mrs. ' Edward M. Martin enter
tained at luncheon at the Omaha
club, Monday for a number of the
girls who have returned from school.
Covers were placed for Mrs. Walter
Head, Misses Vernelle Head, Mar
jorie Ribbel, Helen Walker, Irene
Carter, Marian Weirer, Mildred
Rhodes', Mildred Weston and the
Misses Holt of Burley, Ida.
Luncheon for School Set
Mrs. Latham DaVis and Mrs. W.
W. Hoagland- entertained at lunch
eon at the Athletic club Tuesday, in
honor of. the Misses Davis and
Emma and Helen Hoagland. Christ
mas decorations were used and cov
ers were placed for 32.
Marvin Bridges entertained eight
guests at luncheon at the University
''!lrJ 4V Qalatma Dinner are ' A . (V
tUp" 1 1 - Just as essential as are those , J A K V
" T-j fli:CjmK.?'l 1 J ' 1 f of 'Ul Tre' ht could ft 1
FaJ c ) : more: delightful or l I
WJLyi ' appropriate finale for your l '
" YTE'i ' dnnr than Harding's VylNl V
Ula jgr -ltJ . T
A Merry Christmas
Harding Cream Co.
Gay young hearts
Chafe under the voke s , i
Of kind parental guidance
The reins are tight
Nowhere is there light ' w
Except in the great star '
Of vivid imagination. .
An enchanted future "-
Holds the child in dreams
Dream rof freedom M
Unbridled days , '
And Pleasure's joyous reign.
On sensitized, young minds
Scenes of gay life
Among the forbiddens
Ease. - '
Unrestricted revelry '
Is all the eager eyes see ,
Out at the rainbow's end.
There is Life's panorama
Beyond , .
There's a magical world
With shimmering streets
With the dust of gold.
The vision stirs them
Until the reins give way
And the guide lines .
Are loosened at last
And parents release their hold.
Gradually Youth's vision
Slowly the light
In the clearing -
Illumines the way
Beholds t , 1 c
A distressing sight
The world does not glitter 1
The road's a bit rougher
Fantastic day dreams
Do not come. true.
Clods and furrows encountered
Force care-lines upon the brow
The keen sobered eyes
Of Middle Age
Take up the reins
For the younger born
Who cannot know
. SELAH. ,
Donald Smalley arrived Sunday
from New York and will spend the
holidays with his mother, Mrs. 'Mar
Mr. and 'Mr E; E. Calvin "have
gone to California where fhey will
visit their daughter, Nell, at Holly
Mrs. Edward Hayden is ill at her
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Baker of
Chicago arrive Wednesday to be the
guests of Mrs. Fred' Baker, sr. -
Miss Helen Reed daughter of W.
E. Reed, who attends the Principia
school in St Louis, is home for the
Victor Caldwell will be in Omaha
for Christmas. '
Lewis T. Sweet arrives December
25 to spend several days with Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Sweet at the Knick
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Campbell
left Tuesday evening for Chicago,
where they will spend Christmas.
They weie accompanied by theif
daughter, Dorothy Anne.
Mrs. Alice Stockvale will, spend
Christmas at Dorchester. Neb..
with relatives.. - s -
Mr. and Mrs. James Baitman and
two children of Webster City. Ia..
are spending the holidays with Mrs.
M. Erickson. .
Mrs. Zerlina Brandeis is spending
several davs as the truest of her son.
. John Brandeis, and Mrs. .Bran
deis. . . - '
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.. Sunderlin of
Boise, Ida., have come to make their
home cermanentlv in Omaha. Thev
are .stopping at the Blackstone.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Callahan
announce the birth of a son, John
Leo, at St. -'Joseph s hospital Tues
day. Mrs. Callahan was formerly
Mr. and Mrs. William ott leave
next week to make their home at
Miss Harriet Valentiner leaves
Wednesrlav tn anend Christmas at
' Mr. and Mrs. Albert f. Wedekinsr
of Dale, Ind., announce the birth of
a daughter on December 16.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hale of Topeka,
Kan., are spending the holidays
with Mrs. Sarah H. Cooke at the
Mr. and Mrs. Petrus Anderson,
of Hebron, . Neb., have come to
Omaha to reside.
Laura Swenson, who attends Cor
nell college t Mount -Vernon, la.,
is home for the holidays.
, In Boxes and in Bulk at
any one of
Five Sherman &
V Drug Stores
v. Gordon's Guth'
Mrs. Anna Vachal was honor
guest at in informal affair given
Monday afternoon at her home.
Those present were - Mesdames
Charles Ortman, William Mertz,
O. F. Rasmussen, L. Rasmussen,
Charles Sawnson,' George Hirsh,
Croups, R. S. Adams, Charles Pet
sold, D. A. Redman, George Strib
ling, Emij PrVihaska, Adolph Kopec
and Martin Sloup.
A New Year's eve party will be
given at the Omaha -club. A num
ber of reservations have been made
and there will be many supper par
' . f
' Musical Tea.
Among the holiday affairs is a
tea to be given by Miss Mary
Munchoff at her home, Monday, De
cember 29. Miss Lorraine Proulx,
who wilt sing, is to be the honor
-. ' '
Entertains at Dinner. ,
Miss Mayme Hutchinson en
teitained at dinner at her home Tues
day evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Downey of Detroit, and
also Mr. Norman Hackett, who is
slaying in Tea for Three", at thai
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Donahue en
tertained 24 guests at an Orpheum
arty Tuesday evening. U. I
nodes had 11 guests.
Gown Drapery. ,
In mother's younger days, as you
can see by the old photographs in
the big plush album, skirt draperies
were al the ' rage." Now-a-daya
there 'are many variations in bouf
fant puffings and in plaited frills,
but, oh, how differently arranged!
One of the (newer frocks for in
formal afternoon ; wear is in fawn
cashmere and ' taffeta. The soft
woollen material makes the long
sleeved bodice and the two straight
panels of the skirt, and the silk is
formed into gathered puffings and
used in tiers graduating in size from
the smallest at the hem to the larg
est at the hips all the way up the
the sides of the skirt between two
Hat cashmere panels. .
The neck and cuffs are finished
with a frill of lace-edged, buff-col-cred
organdie, and et the joining of
bodice and skirt a row of large
hand-painted china buttons appear
to fasten the hip-length bodice down
rnd over the top of the skirt
l lth HOUR SUGGESTION
The gift that is sure
to please man, woman
or child, is a pair of
'slippers. . In the as
sortment at this store
you-will find all col
ors, plain and novelty
patterns and a variety
of. designs that "will
win anyone over with
Ghoose 'slippers the
gift that you will be remembered for long after
Christmas has been forgotten. -
16 th and Douglas.
Wednesday Is the Big
We Will Offer All Xmas Goods at 25 Off
ncgutai v aiuc
Something tha Children Will Enjoy
Regular Value $1.50, $110
On our aecond floor you will find many Aluminum article
that will make useful Christmaa gifts, alao a full lina of whit
and gray enamalwar.
H. H. HARPER CO.
17th and Howard East End Flatiron Bldg.
Powered by Open ONI