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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12. 190?.
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SOTES OS OMAHA SOCIETY
FiASi for EaterUiameat of Tale Glee
Club Are Completed.
UfOTHO. EEBTJTA3TE COXLS OUT
fra. Gsstsa L. lUawf IatnJn
Mtws Hllta Hunan at Afterwew
Tf IUrti Is Ca.aam
aa Srs. lUkrrl Bell.
The Tale Glee club wa gtve a concert at
ths Lyric theater Christmas nighty which
will b one of lha Interesting of the
of tba OiTjrrh of the Good Shepherd, and j ably acroerpary them. Thtlr visit ha for
their wives, will gtva large farewell re- tha purpose of seeing Xr. and lira. Jose '
ceptkm Saturday evening. Io cards bar F da Navarro, who have nx been tn tha
be. a issued and all friends cf Rev. and best of health for some time.
Mr. Bell will ba welcome. Tha reception It la expected that they will leave Era;-
II ba given at tha horn of Mr. and land on the tactic about Dwicbiir U. and '
Mrs. Thomaa Fry, X4 Binney street, fr-wn wul paaa tha Chris, nwie hoUdare her.
; 9 uj iv a ciocs. jusisims; w in oe sir. ana lary pianne id nmw nil tut wuim, mu ,
erere unable to da so.
Mr. Luther Kountse la an entbusisatic
mem bar of tba local Tu alamnl and Mr.
and Mra. Kountse will givs a dancing
arty at Chambers' academy fallowing tha
Tha patronesses for tba concert are Mra
B. D. Barkalow, Mrs. J- E. Baum. Mrs. 3.
It. Butler. Mrs. Victor CaidwaU. Mrs. 3. C
Cowin. Mra. W. B. Cowin. Mrs. rrank
Crawford. Mrs. r. H. Davis. Mrs. T. L
Dsvla. Mrs. E. W. Dixon. Mrs. C W.
' Doane. Mix. J. . roots. Mrs. R. S. Ha-1.
Mrs. Chsrlea Harding. Mrs. WOlard Hoa
f ard. Mrs. Charles Kountaa, Mrs. Luther
Kountse. Mrs. C W. Lrmu. Mrs. George
Patterson. Mrs. 3. Ji. H. Patrick. Mrs.
Lyman O. Parley. Mrs. W. O. Preston,
Mrs. 3. T. St wirt 3d. Mrs. E. Ul Thomas.
j Mra. C It. Wllhelm. Mra. Hanry W. Tales
and Mrs. E. E. Hart; Mrs. Jowl Stewart
, and Mrs. Banry H. Van. Brant of Council
Mrs. F. W. Judaoa entertained at brides
Friday afternoon. Tba Invited list Included
! Mrs. Fred Paerce. Mrs. Marsha A, Mrs. W.
i L. Tetter, Mrs. Wood. Mrs. J. F. Wilcox
1 of Council Bluffa. Mrs. Douglas Welptou.
i Mr. Hr C Wmr, Mrs. 3. T. WaTier,
Mrs. lierbert WUcoz. Mrs. Wnilama. Mrs.
F. 3. Vetva. Mrs. E. IX Taa Court. Mra.
' Charles Van Court. Mrs. Edward CpcOka,
i Mra. N. B. Cpdlka. Mrs. Tbomaa. Mrs.
t Thompson. Mrs. Towle. Mrs. Fredarica.
Mrs. E. P. Smith. Mrs. C N. Robinson.
.' Mrs. D. V. Sboiea, Mrs. W. T. Roclaaoa.
; Mrs. J. H. Robertson. Mrs, Rayooltia. Mrv
' J. B. Rahm. Mrs. PoJarj. Mrs. Perluui of
Fremont. Mrs. Allen Parmer. Mrs. Preston.
Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. PorterfSaid. Mrs. W. E.
Palmatler. Mrs. M. M. Parmer. Mrs. Pat
Tjl k. Mra. PeUrs, Mrs. Foster. Mrs. N. L
tiuikjrt, Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. S. F. Miller,
Mrs. W. 3. MXa. Mrs. H. M. McOanahan.
lira. Lucille Mathews. Mrs. Elmer Neville.
Mia. P. W. MikaselL Mrs. McVann, Mrs.
L. J. Nelaoo, Mra 3. C Nelson. Mrs. Piaio,
Mra. McAdama. Mrs. Stolteobars. Mrs
Kjihn, Mra. A. F. Smith. Miss Lou.ae (,'p.
(i ke. Miaa Edith Tetter.
At Fawt Craaku
A number of Omaha, poopie attended
the hep at Fort Crook Friday evenlnc ln
i Hiding- Mm Sara Bourfce. Miaa Louisa
Pw.k. Miaa Mary Galbraitb. Miaa Percy
Pullrye of M.nneapolia. Miaa Bass Moor
head, Miaa Marlon ConneiL Miaa Amy Gll-
mi r-. Mum May u tuuru oz Xjos jLna-eiea,
M.aa Kate Mourhead. Mr. B. C apron, Mr.
Wallace Unu, Mr. Conrad Tuun. Mr.
Captain Chandler, Mr. Paul Beaton. Mr.
VU1 SOmorr. Mr. Ward Palmer, Captain
and kri. Hitw-a.
Co:onei and Mrs. Cornelius Gardener of
Fort Crook (are a dinner Friday even
ine; prete&ng the bop at tha pot TTie
Lbl will be decorated with yellow ebrys-
cntl emuma and those preec-nt will ba M-aa
E. 1 Ji Thomaa. Mlas Johnson. Miaa Colt.
' 1 wu.rnent Schailenberser. Lieut nant Neu.
a n. Lieutenant Short. Colonel and Mra
Mrs Grare L. Hammer was Loeteas at
a lsrsre tea riven Friday afternoon at her
rome. noi DouKlss street, from I to I
."clrxk. to introduce her daughter. Miaa
Hilda Hammer. The ruesta wers rarejved
!n the living room, which was abloom with
pink chrysanthemum. carnations and
roaea. The dining room bad a pretty color
kchema of yellow and white. The center
piece for the table waa a large basket of
chrysanthemums tied with a box of yellow
tulle, and yellow unshaded candles com
pleted an attractive deccrailon.. Punch waa
served tn the library, wtlch was brightened
with red rosea nd red candles. Assisting
were Mlaees Carolyn Barkalow. Jeanie Ay
riag. Brownie Bess Baum. Louise Peck.
Amy GUmore, Jean Cudahy. Marion Haller.
Miriam Patterson, Helen Davia, Mary Alice
Rogers. Elisabeth Congdon. Mary Morgan.
Mabla Marr. Bean Mnorhead. Marion Con
eail. Edith Patrl-a. Rutb Moorhead. Mrs.
George Redlck. Mrs. A. J. Leva. Mrs. C.
p.". Robinson. Mrs C. L. Peuei. Mrs. J. H.
Butler. Mrs. T. C. Byrne. Mrs. T. E. Cong
aton, Mrs Charles Keller. Two hundred snd
seventy cards wers Issued.
Par BVev. aad Mrs. Bekert BWll.
Complimentary to Rev. and Mrs. Robert
B. H. Be 11. who leave the first of next
waak to reside in Des Moinea. the vestry
Mm. M. F. Sears. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke
Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Msynard Cole. Mr.
ard Mrs. Clinton Miter. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Fry. Mr. and Mrs. U. V. CYum.
ilr. and Mrs. C F. Weeks. Mr. and Mrs,
Thomaa Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Weeth. Mr. and Mra
Allan EZy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles) Hipper.
Mlsa Susie Teatea, Miss EUaabetn Fers-u-san.
Mis Edith Tarry. Mies EUsabotn Fry,
Misa Elsie Evsss. Miss Beatrice Willis
Miaa Georgia Trtnsbla, MJasj Kathartne
Powell Misa Ises Latey, Mlas Violet
Nurse. Miaa Leona Tataa, Mies AOca Fry
and Mlsa Anna Fry.
Fe Mlas Pa dally.
Mr. and Mrs. Arttmr Crittenden Smith
entertained at dinner Friday evening at
their home on Park avenue, complimentary
to Miss Jesn Cudahy. A decoration of
holly and red shaded candles wma used
and covers were pisced for Mlsa Cudahy.
Miss Br-nmie Besa Baum. Mlsa Carolyn
BarksJow. Miss Elisabeth Coogdoo. Miss
Donaldson of Mlnneanolia. Mr. Edward A.
Oodahy. T-. Mr. Robert Burns. Mr. E. L
Cndahy, Mr. Paul Gallagher. Mr. Walter
Roberts and Mr. and Mra Smith.
Miss Kata Monres entertained Informally
Flrday afternoon at three tables of bridge
for her guest. Miss rfcWencs Fisher, snd
for Misa Amy GUmore and her guests.
Miss CRourke and Misa Peggy PtUeya
The honor gueste were luncheon guests of
Miss Moores previous to the gsme.
Miss Hortense Clark was hostess at an
Informal afternoon of bridge Friday at her
home. Ths rooms were decorated with
cut flowers and palms and six tables were
placed for the game. Misa Clarke will
entertain again at bridge Saturday after
noon, when M'.sa Amy GOmore and her
guests Misa O Rourae of California and
Mlsa Peggy Polleya, will be the guests of
Mrs. C C Belden entertained In formally
Friday afternoon for her guest. Mrs. C. S.
Lobingier of the Philippine Islanda. who
la spending aoms time with frlenda In
the states. About twelve g-jeata were
present, all of whom wers old friends of
In honor of her gueat. V.m Florence
Fisher, who plays Friday evening and Sat
urday evening with the Nasimora com
pany. Miss Kate Moores entertaiued at
her home Thursday evening, aa Miaa
Fisher naa no role in "The DoITa House."
Mrs. J. Lob man waa bostesa Friday aft
ernoon st aa Informal bridge party at her
HI an Five Clea.
Mrs. Wf.Ham Rhyn entertained the
Aronel High Firs dub t her home, 3S20
Lake street. Wednesday afternoon. Prises
wers won by Mrs. W. D. Blackburn and
Mrs. Jack Grey. Miss Bernlcs McCarthy
waa a guest of the club. The next meeting
will be held In two weeks at the home of
Mrs, Charles Ziabarth. 3CS Franklin street
The members ars Mrs. W. D. Blackburn,
Mrs. Jacob Grey. Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. W.
Fsnlkeraon. Mrs. Roy Cornfloor. Mrs.
William Rhys, Mrs. Ed Fellows. Mra
Charles Binders, Mrs. Charles fjavla, Mrs.
lKng. Mrs. Charles Z3abarth. Mrs. F.
IK II INI (formerly
1 t fl-IfSCOFIELD
PRINCESS TO WED A YANKEE
ArVrtwrstle Sersaasi rley Asrltatrd '
Over Tale Reverse ( Titled
Aristocratic society in Germany Is tre- !
mendously interested In the announcement
that Princess Maria of Taemburg-Budln- 1
gen. whose arrival in the United Statea ,
waa bulletined a few weeka ago, came
here to marry a young American whose :
name and chief claim to fame haa been
cabled to Europe as "Aamor RoMneoha." '
a millionaire Baltlrooresn and a atensnn i
of Prof. HUprecbt. the celebrated Assyri- j
ologiat of the University of Fvnnaylvania.
The princeaa' deciaion to acquire a Tan- i
kee huaband la marked as an epoch-mak- I
lng event, being the first time on record !
that a European princeaa haa done such a i
wholly unconventional thing. The theory
finds expreaston in Berlin that the Incident
may prove the forerunner of many alli
ances of the same kind.
Princeaa Maria's father and mother are
aid to have given their consent to the alli
ance reluctantly. The couple met while
traveling in ItaJy a few years ago. Mean
time they have seen much of each other
la Germany. Two of tha princeaa' blood
relation! have married Americana, so her
taste may be described aa an Inherited one-
Prince Karl xu Tsemburg-Blratein mar- I
IKS in London. On the other band. Prince
Karl'a eideat brother. Prince Leopold, a
couple of years later paid assiduous court
to Miss Mary Pullman, daughter of the
late Bleeping car magnate, but failed to
get either the girl or her dollars on ac
count of the opposition of her thrifty
The Princeaa Maria of Tsemburg-Budin-gen
arrived in New York on tha North
German Lloyd liner Kronprinsesaln Cecllie
several weeka ago, accompanied by Prof,
and Mra Robert Hilprecht, with whom ahe
traveled from Darmstadt. When asked if
she had any particular object In coming
to this country the princess replied that I
she had always wanted to see America,
and after making a stay at tha home of i
Prof, and Mrs. Hilprecht she intended to
take a trip through the country before re
turning to Germany.
The princess Is an attractive brunette.
about Z7 years old. rather tall, with slim
figure, and speaks English and French 1
fluently, in addition to her native tongue.
15 iO DOUGLAS ST.
OF" HIGH-CLASS STYLISH
Taiordl il9 (C A and Firs
We have made great preparations for a sale of fine apparel for women and misses during1 the Corn Exposition that would
serve as an advertisement for this exclusive cloak and suit he use, and we are positive the same character of high grade
TAILORED SUITS, COATS and FURS have never been so reasonably priced.
The Visiting Ksrses will bold their regu
lar meeting Wednesday, December 1&
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Remington win
give a small dinner party Tuesday evening
of next week for Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pax
ton who will spend the holidays with Mrs.
Pa xt mi's mother In the east.
The members of the Current Topic depart
ment of the Omaha Woman's club win
meet at Hansen's for luncheon at 1 p. m..
Friday. December U. Mra. William Jen
nings Bryan. Mrs. George L. Sheldon, wife
of Governor Sheldon, and Mrs. Ashton C
Shallenberger. wife of the governor-elect,
will be the honor guests of the department.
CetsB a4 G Cassia).
Miaa Florence Fisher, who is with the
Naximova company now playing at Boyd's
is the guest of Miaa Kate Moores while in
Mr. J. Harry Roberts and Mrs. Margaret
Roberts of UtJcs. M. Y, arrived Tuesday
to be the guests of Dr. snd Mrs. R. 8.
Anglls, until after the holidays.
Mra. Edwin Morrison of Kansas City will
spend next week sa the gueat of her
parents. Mr. and Mra. A. P. Tukey.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills of Nevada, la.,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
WRS. ROOSEVELXS GOODBY
la Already Maklag Her Farewell !
Calls. Wklrs Ars leite
The woman's shoe that
sells the world around.
Fitting feet lite made-to-order
Made in all the new
leathers and all the new
Rest in our rest room,
use our free telephones. A
reading and writing- table
for your use while waiting
for your friends.
Ladies shoes polished
NAVARRO WILL VISIT NEW YORK
Mr. snd Mrs, Antonio de Navarro, ti a
latter formerly Misa Mary Andersen, a e i
expected to make a visit to New Tork
soon, when they will be the guests of Mr.
ea Navarro's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jose
F. de Navarro of 1J West Forty-sixth
street- It is nearly tan years sines th y
visited this count y, and they came over
Now that her stay In the White House
la near Its end, Mrs. Roosevelt is losing
no opportunity to visit her friends. Her
brief afternoon caUs in many Instances
are in the nature of farewells so far as
v'.elts from Mrs. Roosevelt, ss the presi-'
dent's wife, are concerned, aa it is unlikely
ahe win have opportunity to repeat them
before March A For that reason, perhaps,
tho calls ars even less forms! than those
shs usually makes. She is. so determined
her hostesses shall Invite no oae to meet
her. that, aa a rule, ahe merely drops tn
without notice. It is a common occur
rence for a Washington woman to return
io her house after a abort absence on a
day when she is not "at home." and find
the card of the president's wife. Mrs
Roosevelt would be more than human if
aha did not welcome those chances to pay
viajta without losing even The few minutes
ahe devotea to her calla.
Tet. ahort though her visits are. In them
aha finds time to ahow great Interest in
the affairs of her friends She invariably
notices changes In their bomea. even a
Blight rearrangement of furniture fre
quently attracting her attention. Her
friends, especisily the cabinet women, have
come to expect suggestions from her In re
gard to Interior decoration, and they Ilk
to consult her before giving ordera f jr al
terations Mrs. Roosevelt has shown exceptional
mterest In the furnishing and decoration
of Uie Mrtcalf house, which General and
Mrs. Wright have taken on a two-year
lease. It is inferred from that step on th
part of the secretary of war. by the way.
that he has been invited by the preai-dent-elect
to remain in the cabinet, f nr last
autumn he remarked that aa he waa U
have the portfolio only for a ahort time, he
snd Mrs Wright would make themselves
comfortable in a hotel. His taking of Uu
lease is supposed to mesn he haa reascn U
change Lis mind.
$40 Stunning Coats at $29.75
You will delight in choosing from this
grand collection of stunning coat? the
styles are all very exclusive and whether
you choose an elaborately trimmed coat
or a very plain tailor made one, you can
rest assured that it is entirely different
from the ordinary coats shown elsewhere
at even double the price. Q g f C
$40.00 Coats; Corn Expo- W Jf V 10
sition Sale Price ui w
$35 Beautiful Coats at $25.00
Coats that are made in beautifully trimmed
directoire and empire effects and in plain
tailored, strictly tight fitting or semi-fitting
styles, of finest all wool broadcloths,
coverts and imported mixture materials;
all lined with guaranteed satin.
$35.00 Coats; Corn Exposition
$25 Coats on Sale at $17.50
These coats are made of all wool materials,
broadcloths, coverts, heavy cheviots and
fancy English mixtures, in all colors: all
are handsome new models and trimmed in
plain styles. $25.00 Coat3; Ofi7 Cfl
Corn Exposition Sale
$50 Exclusive TailoreJ
Suits at . .
These tailored suits are all made of finest
imported materials, in all colors. The
stvles are all exclusive and entirelv dif-
ferent from what any other house
show you. $50.00 Suits;
Corn Exposition Sale
$35 Stunning Tailored QOC
Suits at v&v
Our $35.0J tailored suits at $25.00 is a re
markable offer for they will compare very
favorably with suits shown elsewhere at
$40.00, $45.00 and even $50.00. Every cor
rect style in trimmed or p!ain tailored ef
fects will be found at this
price. $35.00 Suits; Corn JtB
Exposition Sale Price XJLmsJ
$25 Stylish Tailored Qi C
At this price you will find a great collection
of stylish suits, made of all wool broad
cloths, cheviots, serges and worsteds, in
all colors and in handsomelr trimmed or
plain tailored styles. $35.00
St-lts; Corn Exposition Sale
SALE OF FINE
$40.00 Black Lroi Set long Satin Lined Throw
and Pillow Mutt, sale pric '. S29.50
$50.00 Russian Fox Set laxee Shawl Collar with
Heads and Tails and large Pillow Muff. Sale?
$30.00 Mink Sets fancy Collar and Pillow Mufl
with Heads and Tails, sale price $33.00
$30.00 Jap Mink Sets with Satin Lined Collar or
Throw and Pillow Muffs with Heads and Tails.
Sale Price S19.50
$50.00 Black Sets of ppossum. Fox, Persian Paws
made in all the newest styles. Sale price. $2J50
Nothing Nicer for Christmas Than a Phonograph
Ms rrseka, Evealag Gswms sad
Waiatlnar sklrta Only Ars
The Whirling fnimTif at tK w-4-l
" s bringing innumerable charming frocks
home smoB their marriage In London in , c(JlL1 h,tJ ud fur, mto pubUc rw
Mrs. de Navarro retired from the stage j
suras time before her marriage, snd her
only public sppearances have bet n fur i
charity in Broadway. England, where aha I
never within our memory have women's
clothes been so Interesting as they ars new.
As to whether theea interesting clothes are
becoming or not depends upon many things,
r h iff imiiR. ihrm fh. fm a a v
j snd her huatand hav. lived nearly .11 tha . f h
ujpit marr-age. inrj nave one
son ana also a daughter, who wai pros-
NIB ajaTgajB VOICC"
"We are headquarters for
Victor Talking Machines.
Onr stock is complete with
every model and style at
all sorts of prices rang
Victor Juniors $10
Victor Victrola $200
If you already own a Victor,
come in and select your Christ
mas Records from our maral
ficent assortment. For tie
Cora Show we have a special
supply cf the very latest pieces.
You remember yonr own merry Christmas days maybe not so
bountiful as you now can make your little ones ; but, you recall the
ecstacy you felt when something full of novelty came myster
iously into the home. "When you think back to those delightful
moments, you c,an realize what a new Phonograph will mean to
the little one you want to please. And not only the children but
the grown folks of the family, too, will get a rich delight from
this best of gifts.
Month after month the charm of the Phonograph remains.
It never loses its novelty a new record and it is all new again.
Come and Hear the New Records
Make up your mind now before you plan any other Christ
mas expenditure to come in and let us show you the Edison and
Victor. Let us demonstrate to you how much more pleasure your
Christmas money will bring to the whole family, yourself in
cluded, if it goes for a phonograph. Our store is headquarters
in the west for Victors and Edisons, and we will be delighted to
show you all the different models and attachments at prices rang
ing from $10.00 to $200.00. Don't put it off, but come in now.
There is no obligation in listening to the records played.
Speci&I Christmas Terms
If you are not prepared to pay cash now, you need only pay
for the records, and pay for the machine by" week or month. The
price will be exactly the same as if you pcid all cash. Accept this
The Wizard haa just
aeain improved his great
Phonograph and we are
showing his newest ma
chines. Come in and hear
the new madels play. TV
have every style, running
Don't fail to hear tha new
Amberol Records. ' Buy a new
of them for Christmas day.
Nebraska Cycle, Co.1 5S
d Harney Sts.t Omha.
Broadway, Council Bluffs
half thickly with carter, place on one or
two crisp lettuce leaves on Individual salad
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 S. 15th St.
FRANK WILCOX Mgr
50e ounce Allan's Triple Extracts.
I cmurusj iniif, per Ounce. sc
:0c 411 Jane Rose Extracts, Sator- I
i day only, per ounce 24c
, 50c Rose Girl or Flower Girt Extracts,
j Saturday only, per ounce 2-tc
' 1 1 Roger Callet Extracts, sixteen
odors to select from, Saturday only.
1 per ounce Site
:75c Ferrln's Tcilet Water. Saturdsy
i only 2ic
j 50c De Mars' Benzoin and Almond
jl Manicure Scissors, Saturday. .. 6V
i;5c Manicur Scissors, Saturday .. Sc
$1 80 Piver's Vesetal Aainea and La-
: Trefele. Saturday only 7c
25c Manicure Sets. Saturday ISc
50c Manicur Sets, Saturday .2e
s5e Manicure File. Griffin Ribbon
I Flexible. Saturday only ic
Beaton Drug Cp.,
iSth od Faniam Sts.
rash renerasa'loa were not to be
avcllrd cne mlsht sum up the SKuati 'n by
saylnsT that, on the whole, tha evaains
fpwna of tha winter are becomlnc the
street oistumea quite the reverse. The
straifht limp lines of the moirlah costume
coat, even when modified to meet the exl-O-ncier
of individual eases, ars tryti.e. par
ticular 'y in sseociarJ a with the short ti t.
ins skirt, which jLmaricaa women rra.
lutaiy refuse to 1t cp for street wear.
The wide neck ruches so renerally woia
are almost universally uiibecomlrs
Tha wliis flat hats set low over the head
the same fault, snd the turhui
which promised relief, are tecixr.l&a; so bia
sed wide and are Jarr.mei coma so low over
the ears that they bid lai- to ba a dj-ttful
blRfstra;. Octaaiunal y one meets a wumaa
a-ho. whJe aJoptina; the xtrem-a la aL
these detaila. contrives to Ux.k consum
mately chic, but ahe Is rare ant a majortiy
of the women whom one meets on tha street
luck more or less absurd.
Eut the moment one en.ers Jpan t .
province of the bouse frock or evening;
(rock the situation changes, and even
tnoLf street costumes there are a few
coat aaodels sene'aUy becom.BC while
coat ars ftmoi ej dellifhtful iiitle tronicf
fro. ka or blouse and skirt efforts are cf.ua
shows such cloth frocks as the cerise
aroJul of the sketch, fur trample ta.jn,
trim, graceful of line, not too extreme.
Boll until bard as many ecsa as yon re
quire. Remove the shell whea cold, cm
leach egs; la half len--hw-se, spread each
DINNER SHORTHAND MERRY
a.lee Fressrst rsrsal, Waelher
Clvea at a Tafe er at
The fashionable dinner this eeasnn Is
ahorter and merrier than ever, snd more
extravagant. The preferred number of
guesta la twelve at a private house or in
a private dining room at a hMei. and at
the most eight when the dinner tkea
place in a public restaurant. Anybody short
of royalty msy bow be entertained in pub
Jc with propriety.
Give many dinners, the more the better,
but have them short and merry, and aa
handsomely sppc.lr.ted as your purse will
allow. Nowadays there is real!y no soth
thing aa an informal dinner. Mrh care
la expended n the d.nner, bo matter where
it is served.
"Good form no longer requres that a
pnv-TTe dinner shaM be given In a private
house or even in a private room of a hotel
unless, of course, the number of guaata
makes :t awkward to dine In public A
compuiny larger than eight, ssy, ought to
be served in a private room.
In anv case, give great care to the decor
anons of your table and to the menu, and
if you can Introduce surprises of a fun
making nature u much the better.
NUT CHOCOLATE CARAMELS
ale werritt Farwu
r Telle Hew
Dm la ties
I THE MOST TALKED OP
CAFE IN THE COl'XTRI
IS RIGHT ACRE L OMAHA
Tolf Hanson s
MARVEL. OF AXi. THE COIXTST
Don't leave Omaha without dining
here prices are reasonah.e.
HAVE 90METHIXG TO TALK ABOUT"
"Nut chocolate caramels are a rich, de
licious confactlun. Immensely pcpular."
says Eaxaie Menrltt Farmer in Woman's
Home Companion for December. "Put
three, and one-half tablespoon uls of but
ter :n a sajre pan, and when melted, add
two cupful i molssses. one cupful of
brown sugar, and one-ha.f cupful of milk.
Stir until the sugar la dissolved, bring ti
I the boiling point, add four and one-half
! aaeusrv of unsweetened chocolate, and stir
! constantly until the chocolate is meltod.
I Let bo.L unut when tried in cold water,
j a firm ball may be formed in the fingers
I Remove from the range, add one and one
1 liaif t-rasp'o.-nf jls of vanilla and one-half
pound cf almonds. binched and chopped.
Turn uitj a buttrred pan. cool, and cut in
al SMIkrr W lavaew '
A thin etmt of pure giyretine applied to
both aides of the glass will prevent frost
from forming thereon in the coldest
weather srd will provs efreciivs unci
Rented 5.00 a month, including free library privi
leges. Rent a Pianola Player and open the way for .
every member of the family to enjoy music. 'Phone or
calL The Player will be delivered to you tomorrow.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIAIIO CO.
1311-1313 Farnam Street
PHONES: DOUG. 1625. ..... IRO., A-162S
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