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THE BBE: OMAHA, SATl'liDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Friday,' Nov. 1, 1912.
DELIGHTFUL Hallowe'en announcement dinner wan given Thurs
day evening by Mrs. Edith Van Imuran Marsh at her homo, G23
South Fortieth street, when the engagement wan announced of Mrs.
Marsh and Mr. James Thompson Wachob of the Omaha National
Tho announcement, which camo as a surprise to most of the guests, was
tnado in the following toast given by Mr. Orren O. Wilson:
"Here's to our hostess and her affianced,
Hero's health to you and wealth to you,
Honors and gifts a thousand strong.
Hero's namo to you, hero's fame to you,
BleBsIngR and joy a whole life long."
A response to tho toast was given by Mr. Wachob.
A profusion of pink roses in small baskets formed the decorations and
souvenir heart-shaped place cards also held tho announcement.
The wedding will Ukojifnco in tho late winter.
The guest list Included:
Mr. and Mrs. Orren O. Wilson,
Mr. anil Mrs. J. Clarko Colt,
Mr. and Mrs. Kj C. Darton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Uuoholz,
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Brogan,
Dr. and Mrs. J. J, McMullcn,
Mr. Warren Cundlft,
Dinner for Wedding Party.
Ml8 Kllzsbcth DAVIs will entertain at
dinner tbli cVtnlng at licr homo In Honor
Of Mica lluth Hammer and Mr. Harold
Prilchctt and tho member of their wed'
j iC party. A color scheme of yellow will
Its uteri and Mis. Ward roues will form'.
the centerpiece fur tho table. Following
dinner the" party will attend the dobut
teception and dance given for Miss Dap.
l,nt 1'ctcrs. Those present will hot
Jlurold Brady. .
Mr. and Mrs. William Hljt' Clarke,"
Mr. and Mrs. Warren fylackwoll, .
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hosewater,
Mr. and Mrs. H W. Spalding;
Mr. and Mrs, 11. C. Van Kuriin,
Mr. James Allen, "
Mr. James, T. Wachob.
with (lowers, wreaths of, leyJ, ote.
Games typical of tho occasion were en.
joyed by tho following llitlo UitySla!
( Rum Hummer.
K .labeth Bruce,
I Harold rrltchctt.
, iwmond Lowr
Jai k WvUtr,
Kva Bnf fer, I
An unusually enJoyab:o Hallowe'en so
clal was had last evening by tho 'Uaraea
pd 1'hllathea societies of the- Hanscom
Park Methodist Episcopal oliurch, Twenty-ninth
street and Woolworth avenue.
A crowd of eighty young persons mot at Madnlcno Krnney,
Mrs. Barnes' resdence, IKS South Twen. ; MorgareT Walker
tytighth street, and after being put ' Mary Eastman, '
through several ghostly experiences they Jenctto Keen an,
were led by a ghost through n mllo of A'.'m.i m'Ii
dark al.ey. and over fences, being Inter- C$1 '
ruptid occasionally by tho sudden appear fat rick McCrann,
ance of additional ghosts from behind Kd A. Ixtwe,
telephone posts, to the Hanscom Park ft 8un"vnn
church, where they found tho "building Sidney Hchs.lt.
tastefully decorated and everything ntuho , Frank Walker,
to tho Halloween spirit. Judging from HT11""! ".-. . .
, ..... ,., ...i...-..,. Peter Flannlgan,
A delightful Halloween surprise part)'
was given In honor of Mis Cnthleen Mc
Cran ut the home of her parents, Thurs
day evening, October 31. The evening was
petit In pitying games, munlo and danc
Ing. Thoo. who were present were as
tho laughter produced tho old Hallowo'en
games and surprises were immensely en
Joyed. An unbrlbable policeman did effi
cient service uil evening urrestlng whom
soever It pleased him. ltefresiiments wore
relished just befoio tho wltrhos and
ghosts advUod tho young people that
midnight was their depart ng hour, but
they would look forward to another as
Joyous occasion next year.
Among those present weret
ijella a recti.
Mildred .McMurphy, Frm soiomon.
I j. Correa,
K. A. Clute,
f J. it. Orcen,
T, W, dray.
W. C. Hodgeti,
J P. Jordon,
J to AC,
it.' ,, iCImmel,
IS. I Mauer,
C. It, MuWrcy,
A, J, Nile,
F. N. Fond.
It. 11. Underbill.
Mlsa Mamie Harklns entertained at
Mary C. 8wft,
Jamc" Pud dale,
Costume Card Party,
Mrs. K. Btrnsser was hoetess Thursday
afternoon at a costume piirty, Haljowo'cn
decorations wera used and the time was
spent playing high five. Thoso proseiit
n j. 1'ifttti,
G. v. Mynstar,
C. Brecn.C '
A, F, Moore,
C. Fi Iluteklp.
d. t. Mcarath,
8ilver Wedding Anniversary.
;Tho llVef(Woddlnff anniversary of Mr.
arid Mrs. C. F. Sllngerland was celebrated
last .evening at Ilarlght's hall by a large
nsscniblngd of friends, An excellentSimn-
teur vaudevlllo program was rendered by
cyro Hiingcrland, Maudo Franklin. Kdlth
Oreenwbod. Albert Weir and Charles Dell,
with Mrs, 'Entity Gorr at tha piano. The
tokens presented In honor of the occasion
worn mUcn "appreciated. nefreshmenU
and dancing entertained the guests until
Hop nt Fort Crook.
A Hallowe'en hop was given at Fort
Croak Thursday evening, Several dinner
patties wero given, preceding he hop.
The Omaha guests were:
Wright of Chicago,
Hallowe'en party at her name Wednesday , Kntheryn Mocianahan.
ovenlng, 2SS7 Corby street. Tho house' Mnvsrs. Messrs. .
ia; lte?l.r"hrn' aulumn !r.M i0 a. vssssjsst1
,vnunr kin rBUllitloinuiIlo. HflU inO
evening was spent In Hallowe'en games.
Those present were:
Eula Mae Hwan,
Ireno llogan, -Mabel
Dr Joseph Lauchlln. Klchaid Smith,
ur, j. uooqnougn,
Dr- Charles Moon.
Dr. F. M. Arnholt.
William A. Wunrath,
A children's Hallowe'en party was
given by Mr and Mrs. Decker In honor of
their daughtor, Thelms, at their home,
tOi Caldwell street, Tuesday evening
The house w beautifully decorated
Misses Kmma nnd Meta Von Kroge
gave an enjoyable Hallowe'en party at
their home. Tho guests were:
I.li:ip Hennlnger, .Louise Geske,
Luella Hulin, Margaret Sylvester,
Ksther Hllkeman, Vlevle Worthlngton,
Mtnnlo Hllkeman, Catherine, Kelsbeck.
Charles Weymulter, Awnts nihler,
Irwin Hennlnger, Ileuben Hahn,
Charles Hennlnger, Frnert Dlhler,
I'ha le V eMiiueller, Amandus Bchwartz,
Miss Marjorle MoHildo gave a Hal
lowe'en party at her home on Thursday
evening, thirty guests being present. The
rooms wero beautifully decorated for Uie
FASHIONABLE HAIR GOODS
AT HALF PRICE
SOCIAL SATURDAY SALE OP IMI'Ol.TKK'S STOCK
This Importer's stock consists of the finest lot of Human Hair ver
placed on ealo la the city.
Natural wavy switches, three In
set, produces newest style hair
dress In all shades.
READ THE PRICES
SS-tn, wavy st wttokss, 05
t9.M Tola, Etatartay...
38. La. vrarr set switches,
87.09 Tolas, Bturdy , . . . .
30-la. wary set switdiss, m QKM
B4 yalss, natraa7.....f'Tua
33-la. wavy, set swttebss, t? 05
SiS.M value, Batorday, ..
3S-U. wary, finest equality gray
All srKa4 trassfanu.- r r
Uoas, (jM Tata at
Alt raa gTay troas ri AT
t oraMos, tie ttlw at. . , 1i7 J
A word roaardlmc our Hair Dressing Deiurlmnnt Vnn mB ,.( ...
self of the finest equipped establishment of Its kind In the city. You are
sure to appreciate our aeeptlo shampoo at 80c and your hair dressed be
comingly. Facial or scalp treatment, chiropody and n.unlcurlng all done
by experts. Lowest prices In the city with finest accommodations.
AppolBtsaests call Douglas 8333.
Monheifs Hair Store
XaU Ordors Siren Prompt Attention.
tai P....L1- 4it. mt I A 1 U ......
Saturday, Nov. 2d, Most
all the Autumn Sales at
About 1500 ynrd6 of most wanted Dress
Fabrics, linfd twisted serges, cheviots and
mixtures, nil made for tins fall's trade.
"We found a manufacturer invoicing his
sample pieces in his salesroom. lie pre
ferred to count tho cash. The. goods are
perfect. Best worsted stock ' and long
thread wool. We are going fl 0 fl
to sell them on Saturday, Hilu
at, per yard WWU
Instead of $1.00 per yard.
And to add to the vhluc of this offering, we
wjllfor throe daysthat is Saturday, Mon-.
day and Tuesday, November 2, 4 and 5 ' -mako
skirts of thoso goods to your, meas
ure, for $2.00 for the Making.
An expert to measuro, to try on, and fit
GOOD NEWS FROM THE SECOND
Sample lino' of dresses on sale Saturday ,
'velvet, channeusc, epongo, chnllies, serges
ONErHALP PRICE SATURDAY
TELLS THE STORY.
Mrs. Jones bought a few days ago when in
Now York a lot of serge suits navy, brown
and black, regular twill and wide wale,
ynrn dyed linings; all at $25.00 Sat
Bought some new coats same time, just-re,
ceiyed by express, full longth, splendid
serge, all sizes, lined with PQfi nn
Skinner's Satin, Saturday &UiUU
You mny talk and blow!yimr horn tUh tho
cows como homo, but a, few snow flalf.es,
direct, more attentipn to underwear needs
than .rtll the talk and printers' ink,,Did you
8eo tho little flurry? Wo did, and per epi
equonco. wo will (feature Sntujday tllo
"Matfo Well" Underweari Pinc by tho
Tauntqn Knitting Co., and they know how.
'Ask for "899." This is a worsted mixed,
natural rib. . , ,
ShirtB and Drawers $1.25
Union Suits ...... .$2.50
THESE POR MEN AND MEN, LISTEN
Saturday wo will introdiico a. now glove
mndo for is from fino selected cape, cut 1S
men who know and guarantee on the
Amhrtr Snap. Intended virt
for. $150 find will bo sold at M
;tiia,niut' Saturday, pair, V " lw
AND HERE'S SOME SHOE NEWS
All from makers
'who cater: to' tho
jbest hnd' most fas
tidious. Boots and .
Shoes' mad.6 tc'fit'
well, wear well and
Brown or dull Calf
English Bopts, cut
eyelets, inadti low
Dull Calf and But
ton Boot, white,
gray, or white-topping Hat fore part, re
ceding too. Very new.
Satin party slippers, black, white, bltfe,
pink, etc. Low LouiB heels, receding
. Bnllet-Slipper8 and slipper accessories. Mr.
Tuttle wants you to know that he is in bet
tor shape to care for, servo and fit tho
children than ever before.
AT THE ADJOINING SECTION
AT 10 A. M
Wo will place on sale the choicest of our
season's offering of silks. Beautiful styles,
, splendid qualities, all 24 to 27 inches wide.
, Worth $r.00 and. $1.25 nnd
a few pieces still more one
price and no limit, nt, yd...
d a lot of yard wido silks, blacks and
. colors, wanted messalines, fino Duchesse,
etc!, a wonderful lot of high grade silks
now, and. perfect not in tho house but a
, very short time. $1.35 should 0 0 ft
be tho price. Saturday at Jijli
10 if. m., yard
A lady who saw these goods displayed
in our windows, remarked to Mr. Cowell,
if all tho women who wear silks in Omaha
could see these, you would have a mob of
customers'. Wo agreed with hor. We'll
have quite a' gathering-anyway, unless all
si ens fail.
SECOND SHIPMENT PROM OUR BIG
PURCHASE OF FOREIGN KID GLOVES
38Mi dozens in tho lot, 462 pairs all told,
most-colors and nil sizes; usually $1.00
per pair, Saturday 69c
Nono.fmcd on sale day. A11 fitted and
oninrnrirnnri mrriTV n
CHILDREN'S AND JTJNIOR SECTION
A lot of Winter Coats in popular weaves,
warm and well made, chinchillas, mixtures,
etc., 4 to 14 years, all day CC QR
Saturday, eaoh. . . .dOi OU
Children's Hats Thinning out tho odd
ones, some sold at $6.00, $5.00, $4.00 and
3.50; Satuday $1.98
THINGS ARE. STARTING IN DOLLDOM
Just to pave the way for, the Regular Doll
Season wo will sell Saturday a varied lot
some nude, others dressed Rvalues to $1.25,
Jointed Dolls, were 85c. The rubber is los
ing its elasticity a little. Saturday 59c
And a wonderful doll, perfect jointed or
kid body. Wo.mean wondorful value, at $1
DR. WILEY WOULD COMMEND
WE feel sure our candy department.
In-all our experience we have never seen
more particular care exorcised than is
given by Mr. and Mrs. Cobb to the Purity,
Quality and Absolute Cleanliness, and the
People Surely Show Appreciation. Hero's
a list of a few specials for Saturday
Old Fashioned Butter Scotch Wafers,
creamgry butter, sugar and fine flavoring,
that seems simple, but there's a little secret
in the cooking and knowing how. Usually
40c, Saturday at lb. box .25c
Pecan Nut Patties the men are calling for
these, they are delicious. Cream, sugar,
just flavored right with Canada maple
Strawberry and Vanilla also. Crowded full
with Chopped Pecans; get acquainted
with these Vfc-lb. box, 15c. Usually. 40c lb.
Loriot Caramels These nro made in Ger
many, put up in sealed tins; delightful
milk caramel; tins holcl a pound; sealed.
NEW FOR SATURDAY
Marshmallow Mint, lb 60o
Dipped Brazil Nuts, b... 60c
Old Fashioned Molasses Taffy, wrapped, 5c
A lady said: "Your Chocolates and Boh
Bons in my judgment are the finest in
America. I've triod all the best, I think."
Per lb 60c
We got up all kinds of delicious things for
parties and weddings. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb
will take .full charge, if you will tell your
wants in time.
Spend the day with us Saturday.
i THOMAS KILPATRICK & CO.
occasion. Music nnd gamps afforded the
evenlnp's amusements. Prises were won
by, Msllo TofrbeB and MUs Nellie Torbltt.
The larest social affair, for TTrlday will
bn tho debut reception nnd danco glvon
by Mr. nn(l Mrs. Milton Q. Peters at their
spacious home, when they win tormauy
Introduce their daughtor, Miss Daphne
r-eters. Thl.wHl bo the first debut Party
this season, and a large numr or euoi
Social Club. Meet.
Mrs. Fred Knocdler was hostess at tne
Glesen has been Vliltlns. her brother Jn,
is Traced Through
Omaha to Buffalo
After trailing a trunkfiil pt diamonds
and Jewelry through Omaha, It has
finally been located In liuffalo, N. Y.,
and the alleged thief Is under arrest
there The valuablos wero stolen at
Cheyenne and routed through Omaha
In a trunk, which was held hero for a
. . . ' , . . 1(1 .lllllin, TtlU.il! iww w.
meeting of the Poctal K club Thursday t,me fcut betore ac(on couW Ue
afternoon. The decorations were sug
gestlve of Hallowe'en nnd thoso present
Earlier In the week George Joffee of
were Merdames Joseph Ackerman, Ed- rll... .... .nBP nf th nronortv. irot
ward .Clash, William Qlddlng, C, F, Ka.U- , touch wth th(, pourl ot jU,uce of
sohelt. Ciarles Klelland, Harry Unvtlle, JuAgt H h, Claiborne, and had the
Harrv Preston. James Ituby, J. F. Stnd
even and A. Schnellbacscr; Miss Sarah
For the Future.
The Elks' Dancing club will give the
second of Its series of winter dances In
the olub rooms next Wednesday.
Surprise Shower for Bride,
The Everdale Sewing dub guve a sur
prise linen shower for Miss Nellie Dennett
at her home Wednesday evening. The
time was spent with music, games and
luncheon. About thirty guests were
The Sanford Banc.
The Banford hptel will Ktve a dancing
psrty to the guests of the Rantonl and
Uaohelor hotels Saturday evening- This
will be the first ot the series of winter
, parties which will be given at the Ban-
trunk, containing .7,000 worth of valu.
ubles, held here when It camq In over the
Union Pud lie It was held twenty-four
hours, but Joffco did not act quickly
enouerh, and It was checked out of here
over the Northwestern to Chicago.
Then An effort was made to stop It
there, but not befqro It was well on it
way to lluffnlo, from which city word
cumen that the property has been recov
ered and the alleged thtaf under arret
The person accused ot stealing the
valuables Is Kd Fattlel. The details of
the theft are not known 'here. As near
hi ran be learned ho gained ac'ess to the
Jo(fv residence, gathered up all articles
of value that he could find, packed them 1
In a trunk and checked them east
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jonas of Baltimore
' announce the cpganement of their daugh
ter, Theresa, to Mr. Abe Uuben of thU
cltv. They will be at homa Sunday, No
vember . The date of the wedding has
not been set as yet
Prairie Park Olufc.
The members of the Prairie Park club
gave a Hallowe'en danco at their club
house Thursday evening. One hundred
and fifty guests were present.
in i'' i Out of the Bee Hive.
Ur, a, J. Love returned Tuesday from
a trip to Chicago.
Mr. Arthur D. Drandels has returned
... t.JiS - A
, There were S births in the city during
Mrs. Arthur Pmto has returned from m. month of netnbr . nin.t sis in
a month's visit In Florence. Wis.; Mil- October, 1911. There were 1J1 deaths this
on Judge OlaibomQ
Judge if. It. Claiborne turned a blush
ing, undetlled somersault Thursday when
a Driae innstta upon Kissing mm.
He declared emphatically that he did
not commit the osculatory qffense, but
refuses tq answer whether the attack
at the opposing force was successful. It
''It was the most Interesting wedding I
ever attended," declared the Judge.
"Tom lawless, who has been employed,
as a laborer far trje water company for
the last thirty years, asked me to per
form a ceremony In which i he was In
terested. I went to the house number
he suggested, and after stumbllntr over
tracks I found myself f the home ot
Mrs.. Cornelia Weath. rfortl, tOOi Nich
olas street Then the trouble started."
MORE BIRTHS AND MORE
DEATHS FOR LAST MONTH
month. I .ast year th number ot deaths
waukeo and CM cog a.
Mrs, Henry C. Van Cllesen returned this ! numbered Its.
morn ns nfttr sperdlnw the summer In. . .
KurniM. "Ths last lew wneks Mrs. Van I Kev lo the fiituatlcm-Ee AdverUsInc
Special Sale of Millinery for Saturday
A Most Wonderful IV
Ui K .
All our Trimmed Hat6, up
to and including all our
$6.50 Trimmed CO AO
TTnta nnlv SO 1 . V &l
a 4-A.4Uf JA.hJ sf- w -w
J' Every Trimmed Hat, up to
' v I .....
V und including all our $9,00
L-V Hats rf;7.n0. Jtft. m nnrl
t j rj v.m
Every Trimmed Hat, up
to and including all our
$15 Trimmod A AA
Hats, only p.VO
Every Trimmed Hat, up to
and including all our $18
$9 Hats, in this
Plume Trimmed Hats All our black and colored Plume
Hats, values $25.00 to $35.00, on sale
THOS. KILPATRICK & CO.
Reporters Are Not
Permitted to Hear
Mr. Hull's Story
Positions ot plaintiff and defendants In
the suit of C. W. Hull against Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Mcleen to annul Hull's
131,000 allmphy contract with Mrs. Mo
Keen, his former wfe. were reversed
rlday, so far as the matter of publicity
Is concerned. Counsel for the McKeen
elde withdrew all objections to full pub
licity ot the proceedings in the suit, but
Francis A. Brogan, of counsel for Hull,
took steps to keep further developments
from the public.
Following the ruling ot Judge A. C.
Troup, equity division ot the district
court, that Hull must answer practically
all the questions put to him by the de
fense berore Notary Publla Mrs. Ida Wal
ters, examination of Hul was resumed
before Mrs. Walters.
When reporters appeared at Mrs, Wal
ters office all of counsel were present
press. Brogan had a right to excludo
the reporters, as It has been held by
soma eminent legal authority that the
taking ot depositions before a notary
Is not identical with a hearing In .open
court. It counsel so desired counsel even
could exclude the court who finally
would judge the case.
Mr, Hull's examination occupied all of
Friday. What It developed probably will
nut be made public until the actual trial
ot the casp Is reached and the deposi
tion ot Hull Is filed and opened In court.
CITY COAL BIDDERS FIND
HOLES INJTHE CONTRACTS
nodical changes In the specifications
upon which cool dealers bid to supply
the city with fuel will be made If state
ments by U B, McCoun before tha city
commission are true, McCoup was called
on the carpet for refusing to live up to
his contract and furnish good coal and he
showed in a few words that he was living
up to his contract literally; that he, was
following the specifications and giving
the city as good fuel as could be secured
and the examination ot Hull was about j from any other dealer under bids as now
tq begin. Brogan sprang to the door J received.. He suggested changes that
and clojvd It, telling the reporters Mrs. "would protect the city and the coal
before the committee ot the whole nexl
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION PAYS
TRIBUTE T0JMISS O'BRIEN
At the meeting of the State Library as.
soclatlon In Lincoln yesterday afternoon
a resolution complimentary to Miss Mar
garet A, O'Brien, until rscenUy assistant
librarian ot the Omaha public library,
was passed. Miss O'Brien has .held a
number ot Important offices In the statv
association. In her remarks thanking, thf
association she mentioned the J1.60Q check
which she received from the Omaha Li
brary board In recognition ot her many
years' service In this city.
RYDER IS DRAFTING
NEW SMOKE ORDINANCE
Police Commissioner Ryder Is drafting
an ordinance looking toward the elimina
tion of the smoke nuisance. He has writ
ten to several cities and secured data,
which will be used In the preparation ot
tho measure. Commissioner Ryder's work
on the ordinance has been hastened by
tne opening pi the new court house.
Walters had Instructed him to bar the I dealers," and he will be given a bearing (which is one of the worst offenders.