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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 1912.
HAMMOND AND RYDER SPEAK 1
Dcs Moines Man Says the Albert Law
is Best for AIL
BERATES MEN STREET WALK EES
Sr They Are MncU Wow Than Ue
Womrn find thnt They Nhonlil
Br; Pronccntpd More Than
The man street walker In more dan
roils than, tha woman street walker
and hero Is more ot him." said John C
Hammond ot Des Moines, special agent
for tho World's Purity federation, la an
nddrceu on I lie "Kmanoiputltm pf the
"White Slave." before the Commercial
club yesterday. j
"Tha man street-walker," he continued,
"has his blood Inflamed with pasalou
nnd he makes mora mistaken than doo
tho woman street walker. I am opposed
to this single standard ot punishing of
street walkers. Hi a man problem and
rot n woman problem. Men nearly alwayr
run theso houses In the segregated dis
trict and tho wometv are forced to pay
heavy rent and to dlvida up, their earn
Imrs In many ways, lnvpatlgatlon has
shown that In Cbkaeo. where, records
are kept In some of tho houses, of debits,!
and credits of tbc girls, practically all ot
the girls ara kept In debt.
'The Albert law In Nebraska, lias been
tho means ot emancipating the wbllw
slave to some extent, because It baa at
least emancipated her from the clutches
of tha rent snifter. This Is not V radical
The speaker hold that the dulng, away
with the segregated district arrangemouta
were often made between the landlord or
the mistress ot the place and outsider,
often even with policemen, to see that
the houso was kept full.
enregmtlon "ut Xecewarr.
"It has been argued," said Mr. Ham
mond, "that segregation Is necessary to
protect the Innocent. Yet there are
countless cases In which young ' Klrta
from the farms and from tho smaller
towns hare rone to the cities and haTo
ben made white slaves. Why did not
segregation protect them It It protect
CJty Commissioner J. J'. Ryder spoka
on "Clvlo Betterment" followlnit Mr.
Hammond's address. He said that no
decent man would nuarrel with what Mr
Hammond had said about the ovlta of
acgregatlon njid he believed thcro was no
defense for acgregatlon except la so, fat
s It mlht under certain condition re
sult In the greatest good for tho greatest
number. "I believe that the segregated
district ot Omaha ha been done away
with for good. It Is gone." aald Mr.
Ilyder. "Iiut I have always contended
and illll contend that a law should havo
preceded the Albert law. It should have
been preceded br a law that provided
same means of caring for those bruised
butterflies of th street, theso victims ot
men, thes$ outcasts of society. As It I
we arrest them and throw mem into jaii.
Maybe they secure a bond. When they
finally get out they u&va ta stand a Unc
and they are heavily indebted to some
man that baa provldwd ,th bond. In
debted for perhaps double tho tnce of the
bond, and when they get out every door
Ik still closed against them, and tliey
have, no recourse but to gu back, to tb
same old Ufo. It becomes a matter of
Indifference to them ivow often they two
arretted, just sp thoy ato abt to make. a.
mlierablo living some way."
of deadly microbes occurs when throat
and lung dlicatca are treated with, Dr
Kind's New Discovery. Mo and 11.00. For
ealo by Beaton Drug Co, Advertisement.
BEAUTIFUL TS4, 6 OWN W01N AT
READY-Tft-PUMN GARMENT SALE
Saturday at Kilpatrick's
Important Sale for
Children and Juniors
A Very Attractive Lot of Dresses
which should nwnkou keen interest. Dressea mado from
wool chaJlis and many others of silk, for girls and young
ladies. Arcs G to 17 years. Small women may find just
tho right fit. Usually they would soli up to $20.00, in
Saturday, $10 and $7,50
Decided Cutis in Prices of Men's
Underwear, Arranged for a Big
Bustling Business Saturday
Wool mixed Shirts and Drawers, also Egyptian Bibbed,
always $1.00 in regular way, Saturday 59
A lot pf real high class .garments, were formerly $1.50
1899 Madewell a well known number worsted rib,
all shapes, $1.25 for Shirts or Drawers; $2.50 for tho
Union Suits. . 1
Some startling values for Women as well. Heavy
fleeced Union Suits, 79c instead of $1.00.
Children's bleached fleeced Suits, the 75c kind at
Children's Vests and Pants, mado from
Pure Australian "Wool, sold up to JfP
Coats to appeal to those who desiro 'comfort and de
sirability, including the English Corduroys, ranging 2
to G years, at each .$6.50
Then from that up to 14 years; a wonderful lot of
Cheviots, Chincbillas, Mixtures, etc.; wo're proud of these.
For Juniors 13 to 17 years. Special lot of all wool
mixtures, Saturday, each" $6.90
Hot off the griddle as it were a dot of full length
Chinchilla Ulsters, popular greys and wanted navys,
Saturday, each .... $12.50
A romarknble lot of Suits some were $15,
others $18 and a few $20. All to go
Saturday, at each y.
.Womqu who think of buying a coat or a suit on Saturduy;
should in their own interest see our
specials. Nearly 100 Suits will be of
y2 Price in Many Oases and in some Price.
40 dozen pairs of real Kid and Cape Gloves go on
sale Saturday ut 98c pair. The Mittens and fur lined
gloves ALL ON TAP.
One of our most discriminating candy customers roturned from
the Metropolis yesterdays bringing with him 2 sample boxes from New
York's most famous, confectioners. Somo day we will buy enough to
give samples to all of our patrons, sq that they may find, as our good
friciid did, that Balduff 's 60c kind is vastly superior to what New
York usually pays $1.00 for. Mr, Cobb is so delighted at the marvel
ous tespouso to his announcements that ho says ho is going to show his
appreciation Saturday by giving you the BEST yet. Delicious Cream
Cpcoanut Caramels, Rich Cream fresh Cocoanut in Molasses, Vanilla,
Maple, Strawberry, Chocolate no need for apt alliteration Js artful aid
Tho price, 25c lb. box, instead of 40o will attract.
KISSXSp Mrs. Cobb says the childron love these.' I tried one or
two ati,d inethinks tho grown-ups will not bo avorso to trying them
ONCE, and if onco, thoro will be lots of repeaters, fcuro and whole
some, wrapped separately; Maple, Cherry and Vanilla, Molasses, box
Partv favors, Costumo Mottoes, Baskets, Icq Cases, Ices, Ice Cream,
Porhaps you think of ontertaining. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb originate novel
and unique- confections. If you cannot call, phono. Your troubles will
lm fVnniiinfl Hrnil Nuts, fimnmorl Mnrshmnllnwu. 0i Hi.
iyv V V - " - - ' " - - J - - - ' - . - -
3 the very choicest kinds, 3ut why go ou, yaiirll como Saturday if you
.5 i:i i tit tt T7 nnnrcnTTnNR i
Saturday's Star Attraction
will be the Silk Sale!
Never since we have been in business have we offered a choicer collection.
FOULARDS made by America's best makers ... v
MESSALINES Full 3G inches wide, all colors and black; some. are theQharmeuse fiuisji.
FANCIES Latest Fall styles, 27 inches wido. 3G-iuch "Wash Silks imported from Japan:
About 3,400 yards in all. Worth $1.00 and $1.25, on sale Saturday
This salo is at 10 A. M, Be prompt, please. Everyone treated alike, All gunranteod. New 'goods
given cheerfully if any fails to satisfy, or MONEY BACK IF YOU PREFER.
Thoro will bo extra help but ploaso be patient if there should be a little delay and if ypu need the
silk urgently kindly take small package's with you.
THOS. KILPATRICK . COMPANY )
Friday, Nov, 15, 1912.
trude Smith of New York, guest ot Miss
Carolyn Uurkalow, and for MUa SJartha
UcCulocli of. Now York, eucot ot Mls
Kllxabth IMvls. Those present wore:
WENTY-SEVHN atlractlvo nrlica vjoro aivfaod at tho bridge imrtSr
r I given nt Tort Crook W?dneoday avanluK Cor tho benefit ot the
itrmr relief tw&. This ta prober the. lnrget number ot prizes
ttvor ottered ut n. bridge party in OranhR or vicinity. There are
usually about twelve prlsoa nt the Creche Denofl', bridge parties glyen each
aprluK at tho Country club, and thte vaa consiJered qua a wga number.
The nrlxea were usually attractive. There wore handsome cut giasa
dIccgb. nlcturca. leather brldKo aeta. silver shoe bucktes, allk. stQckiUKS,
itnoking sets, 4owel bbxea and maay other desirable articles,
Tho HeUoC BocioU made about, $90 for th charity fund.
Tho tablea were arranged In tlie rooma ot the Off leers' club, which "were
decorated for tho occasion with wreaths, of holly an,d other autumn loaves.
The national colors draped around the, coat-ot-aruia ot the Unltod States and
of tho Fourth infantry, the orchestra from tho regimental band, and the
goW-laccd uniforms ot tho officer present gaVe the affair its distinctively
military atmosphere.' About slxtyflvo were present, including gueats from
Omaha, di'ar.Tinont headquartora and from Fort 0uah. In addition (o the
officer and ladloa Btationod at Fgrt Crook,
Mrs. Chenpweth wou the first prUo, chooslug a beautiful vacuum
caratfp. Mre, Olonenulag. Miss French, Mrs. Yarnham, Mrs. Neflbltt, Lleu
touant Kulton, Mre. Coleman and Mrs. Busier came next n the llst'ot prUe
winner, of whom thero were twenty-seven.
The Army Uollet society is organtted to assist the families ot officers
nnd men of the urioy who lose their Uvea In tho service.
The following ladles of the nost were, active. In arranging for this func
tion : Mrs. Uuttlcr, Mrs. Nuttman, Mra. Noyes, Mrs. Dale. Mra. Van Duyne,
Mrs. Cheuowoth. Mra. Davis, Mrs. Keltey, Mra Pulton and Mlsa Baktr.
Tho prize and all the supplies for refreahmenta were' generously do
nat4 by tho leading merchants ot Omaha, a conrtesy which was appreciated.
of St. Paul.
of St. JOM4Ih.
Uom V. 1,'owle.
Tea for Debutante.
Mr jo)m J. tPl?k,ey ntrtalwd delight
fully at a t. IN, utternoon-at her homs
on Wct llR;ney utreot, when Jihe Intra
duccd her davshter. Miss Uertha Ulokoy,
who is the third debutante of the ceason.
A profusion of ronos ohrysanthemumi.
orahlds and other cut flqwei-e, sent by
the many frlcmla of the youni; debutante.
nwJ thq roonu brllllaat with varleeated
Mrs, Ulckoy ,wai sowneJ In Bray
brocaded channmso, trimmed with real
lace and allvor embroidery.
Mlsa Dickey, wore whlto charmeuae.
draped with wbltq chiffon, (rimmed with
About 500 Kuet were preent.
Saturday evening Mrs Dickey will en
tertain attain for her dauphteri when he
will give a dancing party at the Country
AaiirtlpK thU ftern,oqn. wore!
Mnraaret Oiver DaunPaullne Ilourke,
P0PULR YOUNG WOMAN MAKES
DEBUT TODAY AT LARGE TEA.
Tata plctuxo ehowe a, chanplne tea
(own of aoade satla ckuh, Trv Iac
fiet bodice It covered by n bertha of
Imitation lace. The throe-quarters slteves
are of silk munllii. wtlh nn undorelcevo
Vt lace. The skirt Is prettily draped at
the right side, showing an underskirt ot
White silk muslin accordeon pleated.
There Is a hlfth curdle sash or blade
velvet with double ends hanging low over
This attractive gown was worn by Mine
fUt la "Chateau UUtorlqu." given, at
UteOraMk theater, I'erla,
Aa- etwly muraliut weUlne wu cqle,
brtd Tuceday at at St. John's
church. When Mls Nell Dennett, daugh
ter of Mr- and Mrs. J H- Hennett. and
Mr. James Murvhi' woro united ttt marriage.
llev. T. Dev.ln or urelKWOU university
clebiaedv the ouut'al masa and Itov.
Martin llronaeot performed the cere
mony. The bride, was attended by her
stater, Mlaa AUo Dennett aud Ummett
Donovan oM-lncoli. cousin of th groons
served as best m.u,
following, the church cereflvony a wed
ding, breakfast was served at the home
of tho bride.
Mr. awl Mrs. Murphy left for a
weeks nbrthern trtp.
tea table was prettily decorated In yellow
and was vrv(ts(t over by Mr. Ueo&v
Darr and Mrs. Charles Snyder. Assisting
at the punch bowl were Miss Naomi
Towl and M!a Marlon Jarria ot Council
tUutfa. Two huivlre4 8UMt atteuded
tha tea, many of them having met Mr,
and Mrs. Coburn during their visit In
the city lait, year. .
Studio Tea for Coburn Player.
An Interesting studio tea was given by
tho members ot the Oratory department j Abe Martin
ot the Woman's clyu at the studio ot I PV "?
Miss IJIUan Fitch Thurday afUrnoon.
whn Mr and Mrs. C'obirn ot the Cobura
I'layera were the cue f at honor ot the
afternoon. The room" were artistically
decorated with autumn leaves and bitter
ewtet, asd yellow chrysanthemums. Tha
Mlas Hose qnermau rave, a ' surprt&a
party Wednesday evsnlng- for MJs Hester
Urooksteta at her home. Games and
music afforded fhe, entertainment. Those
M to tea
Jeanette Abrahams i
iwn I Moll'o Clreenberg,
1, 0 rvu Vrleden.
i llva lAucoln.
i Anna Abrahamtnn,
Visitors Entertained. "
MUa Helen DavU entertained at lunch
aa Friday at, hr bomei 6r Mlt Qr-
IX A. Uaum.
M. C. Petere,
Georgo A. Joalj'n,
J. R. Beoble.
M. E. Barber,
O. W Wattles.
A. J, Love,
V. H. Caldwell.
.M. T. Barlow,
of St Paul.
Mr. and Mra. T. !(. Fitzgerald enter
tained Thursday evening for .Mlsa dleqna
lite! and Mr. Amos Heath, who will be
married Friday evenlntr at the Kitsgcrald
home. The wedding rehearsal was fol
lowed by supper. Yellow chrysanthemum
were used In the decorations. Those pres
Miss Glenna lUel.
Mlsa lna Kttsgerald.
Miss Kastru Heath.
Mr. Amos Heath.
Mr. Georgo Hsiaze.
Mr. and Mrs. T. it. Fitzgerald.
Mrs. Alex rlcke was hostess at an
afternoon brldgs Friday at her horao. Hlx
tables ot players were present.
The wedding of Mlsa Huth Marhoff andj
air. nenry r bnyaer was celebratea
Itev. 13. H, Jenks officiated and only
the Immediate relatives were present.
Mr. and Mrs. tinydor will be at home
at 3315 Hamilton Btreet after December 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Watson entertained
Thursday livening In celebration of the
nineteenth birthday of their son. Ray
mond Watson. Those present were:
1 nomas luggs,
' Ruth Johnson.
Shower for Bride.
Miss Halite Jones entertained at a mis
cellaneous ehower Wednesday evening
for Miss Glenna Blel, a November bride.
The luncheon table had as a centerpiece
a large white basket filled with red car-
nations. The gueats Were:
Sunday, School Benefit
Mlis I?dna Stewart will give a reading
at the .Hanscopt Park Methodlat church
this evening, when the proceeds will be
tlven to the Bunday school.
The Tekna Shop
il-ln. Lemon Dishes,, worth 11.00, Baturflay. JSile , 500
Hugar and Creamer, worth J1.50, Saturday sale 750
Sugar and Creamer, worth 12,00, Haturday sale , ai.oo
Hugar and Creamer, worth 12.60, Saturday sale 51.28
XX.VJS& deposit atuisfl BAAjcam tor CBMrxjorxscsa
Worth I3.G0 and 14,50. on sale Saturday goo, 91.39, sa.iis
C.ln. Footed Comports, worth 12.00, on .sale Saturday, each ........ 90o
JiOO boxes Crane's Xmas Stationery, made to sell for 6O0 per box
Hand colored designs and sontlment on. box. Saturday only, box. !Oa ,
D 01.1,0, uotr. KOSyiTAI..
1823 Faraam Street. Phone Douglaa 8210.
svERYTHXircr iir oxm shot a beat, vajcvb.
top. Miss Clellu HrubaUer was a guest.
The noxt meeting will be November 27,
wth Mrs. L. Oldfleld.
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For the Future.
Mrs, George W. Megeath- has Issued in
vitations for a tea to be given at her
home Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6
Miss Klfzabcth Davis will entertain at
bridge Tuesday evening for Miss McCul
loch of New York.
Military Hop at Fort Omaha.
uaptain jiouana jiuDonom ami ui,
John II, Trtnder of Fort Omaha will glva
a military hop at the post this evening,
which will be attended by a number of
guests from Omaha and Fort Crook.
A number of guests attending the hop
have been Invited for a chafing dish sup
per by Captain and Mrs. Vorls at their
quarters at the post.
W, W. Club Meeting.
Mrs. George Hampton was hostess for
V the V. W club Wednesday, when all tha
Thursday eveulug at the how et the member were present Several piano
hrtde'a mother,. Mrs. Usury U. Marhoff, elections wercjriven Jiy Mr, Paul 11 amp.
In and Out of the See Hive.
Mr. Edward Updike has gone to Texas
for a two weeks' trip.
Mrs. John Schneider of Pontlac, 111.,
arrived this morning to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. William J. Burgess.
Miss Martha Mcculloch of New Yprk
City arrived Friday morning to be the
guest of Miss Elisabeth Davis.
Mi France Milan of St. Joseph- has
arrived tQ spend a fortnight visiting her
brother, Mr, Ned Milan and Mr. and
Mrn,.Roas B. Towle.
Mrs. George K. Roberts of Boston, for
merly of Omaha, has arrived to visit Mrs.
R. E. Harris and other friends. Mr.
Roberts Is expected next week.
A son was born this -niornlng to Mr. and
Mrs. George Barker. Jr. Mrs. Barker was
formerly Mis Olive Carpenter.
Mrs. U. 3 O'Brltn. who underwent an
operation at at. f Joseph's hospital, is re.
Girl Mother Blames
Public Dance Hall
for Her Downfall
Hiding her face in shame, a beautiful
18-year-old girl on tho wllnets stand In
Judge Lee 8. Estelle's district court
room sobbed out a tragic story and tblp"
the Judge and Jury that a visit to a pub.
IC dance was her first step toward r"h, '
The girl is the complaining witness-Jn
a quast-crlmlnal proceeding to compel
Benjamin Teller to support her 1-months,
old baby. She has been fatherless fpr
eleven years. The defense will be baaed In
part upon a showing that the girl's
mother failed to watch over her care,
fully, permitted her to go to a pphlie
dance and to go out with Teller when
sho knew little about his character. '
The young girl said she met Teller it
the danoe, to whlef, she went wth a
ivoman friend. Thereafter be called upon
her frequently for sevoraj months, '
P, C. Best has gone to Chicago .
Frank S. Sbedd ha. gone t9 Chicago;
t New York Manchester has gone
SffiS in 'Ar' heaT
Mss Margaret A. O'Brien, for mam
years connected with the Omaha nubile
lbr?,?'' ' Thursday over the fcnlS
Pacific for Seattle, where she goes to
make her home. During her trip "he win
friends at Cheyenne and Wall.
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