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TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
GUESTS ENLIVENING SOCIETY
Mrs. George Erandeis Arrives from
Chicago to Beside Here.
CKEIGHTON SENIORS TO DANCE
krnmlnrnt Mm l'llrt ttIUi Women nt
the Ttimtrr, Tlilnklnnr They Art
Their Wires, hut Wives
llnvr the l.imt famish.
(UOXDAT-Mrs C. T. Smith, hostess of
tho Monday llrldgo club; Mr. and Mrs.
. Walto Squier, Orphcum party.
Tl'KSDAY MJ Elizabeth Bavin, even'
Ing bridge for Miss Martha McCulloch
of New York; Mlrs Alice Carter, hostess
or thn Debutante Hrldge club, Mm
TiUtlicr KounUo. hostesn of the Original
Cooking club; Tuesday Morning Musi'
cal club rocltal at the Young Women'!
Christian association at 8 o'clock; nt
liomo day and military parade at Fort
Omaha; All Balnta' choir Orphcum
party; Crotghton senior prom.
WEDNESDAY Mrs. J. W. Gannett, auc
tion bridge luncheon; Mr. and Mrs. C,
T Kounlte, dinner; Major and Mrs.
Hartmann, box party at Orpheum. Mr,
and Mrs. John W. Tovlo, dinner; Uni
versity ctub dance; Blks' Dancing club
party at club room.
fnn'IUHAY-Mr, and Mrs. a. W. Wat
tics, brldgo supier; Michigan Alumni
banquet; Omlkron dancing party nt
F1UDAY Mrs. Clement Chnso and Miss
(Those, afternoon bridge for Miss Mar
garet Or per IJaum and Mis Omen Mid
diatom Hhrlners' Orphuum psrty; Sew
ing society at WattW Memorial ParlHh
House; Ilusy Deo Ca.-d club at the
I8ATU KD A Y flocl al Rettlement entertain-
ment at Jacob's Hall at S o'clock,
. An attractive newcomer to Omaha will
'bo Mrs. OcorKe Ilrnndel of Chicago,
Iwhose husband lias recently become af
'flllated with thn llrnndeis' Interests hen
.Mr. and Mrs. Tlrandels are expected tho
latter part of the week for a brief visit
Jnnd plan to move here December 1.
Mrs. Ilrandels possesses unusual beauty
Ixnd personality and Is prominent In
catholic church circles and socially In
Mr mid Mrs. Brandels have traveled
(extensively and havo recently built a
Ihsautlful new. home In Chicago nt ("
IHennctt avenue, which they, will give up
before coming to Omaha.
Guests in the Younger Set.
Several attractive visitors have arrived
fits Omaha and numerous affairs will be
.given In their honor, Miss Martha Me
Culloch of .New York arrived Friday to
.no tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Davis,
'Tuesday, evening MIbs Davis will cntor
jtuln at brjdgu In honor of her guest nnd
Isovcroy Other affairs wlUJie given.
Miss, afaoe Mlddletfin It' Wnshlngton.
Il. C. hns arrlved'ito visit Miss Carmellta
iChnsif-nnd was hpnor guest nt several
(affairs last week. Mrs. Chaso and Miss
jCHnse will enlertnln at brldgo In honor
of Miss Margaret CJreer IJaum and fpr
'He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last.
While Do Wolf Hopper and Ills capablo
company delighted the audience Wedncs
.dny afternoon with tho iwpulnr old,
lopera, "Pinafore," another comedy was
.being enacted In the audience, Kour
Merry Wives of Windsor," or ruthcr,
jKnlrncrcs, told their husbands that they
had decided to go (o the opera and
thought they would like to try tho "pea
nut gallery." Husbands decided that this
would bo a good oxcuso for attondlng a
inatlnce, n. they bought a bog. During
tho first act, One husband thought that
hb could see his wife In tho first row
fof tho gallery; another husband couldn't
recognise either .Jits "wlfo or the wives
tof his friends, bu decided that It must
Sio Ids eyesight so he waved a handkor
ichef. Then u feminine handkerchief
'fluttered In tho gullary.
After the first act husband No. 1 de
cided that ho was not nt; all suro thnt
'he recognized his wife. Husband No. 3
Indmtttcd ho couldn't rocognlzq anyone nt
that dlstanco nnd ws rolylng on his
(friend's eyesight, Mr. Wise Husbund then
decided to go to the box office and rent
pair of opera glasses. He carefully
iscanned the gallery and could not Jlud
nuyono ho had ever seen before. Hus
bands twd, three and four each tried In
vain to find his spouse In the gallery.
Dy this tlmo the. audience began to sit
Eip and take ngtlce and the man who
perate,a the spot" .light decided that the
jmaln point of, interest Vas the box with
khe four ' husbands, -W tho light was
turned on thorn. Meanwhile the wives
(were sitting lit the tenth row of the psr
;uet, nSpnvulsd with Udghter and not
missing anything. One woman sitting back.
or me womemsaia in a stage whisper,
"Well. thcVrtV pretty old ones to be
carrying, dn' llk'e 'that," and the women
nearly worit (nto- hysterica laughing.
As an aftermath, yesterday morning a
Irlghtened. feniinlne voice called up Mr.
te. A. naiison and asked him If ha were
dn a box at the Wednesday matinee. He
jreplled In the afflnnatlve and she said
taha had tried calling up all the Mr.
raynesju (tie telephone book, but couldn't
ithd one who would admit he had at
'tended trie fnatlnce. Khe 'then said that
phe was a tood church member and that
sh was not trying to flirt with them,
.tut she thought at first that one of the
Irren was their family doctor and she saw
.no harm In waving her handkerchief to
Jlum as 'long as he 'waved to her, but
when she found out her mistake she
tv,Iahed to set tho inutttr right.
The four husbands In the 1ox party
wrre recognized as George 11. I'ayne,
(Charles E. Bates, E. A, Denson and C B.
A beabtlfut home wedding was that of
jMUs Kern McUride, daughter of Mr, and
(Mrs. J p.- McHrtde, and Mr. Howard
.Holme a. wblch was celebrated at S o'clock
IHuYurilay evenlog at the home of the
ibilde's parents, 703 North Twenty-second
Iktreet. tiouth Omaha, Ilev. J. W. K1rk
Mis Helen Herold of Lincoln sang "As
.tho Dawn." wtdch wus followed by the
entrance of the bridal party, who took
it Up place In' bowcr of palms and
rfllivr chrysanthemums. The wedding
i -n' was played by Mlsi Wllhelmlna
'1 tr'ld of Uncoln.
To bndu woro a white embroidered
net gown ovor white satin. Ornngo blos
soms, a glt of Miss Hazel Hcliaffcr of
California, held the long tulle veil In
place, and she carried a shower of bride's
roses. Tho only ornament tho bride wore
was n chain and locket, an old heirloom
of the groom's family, n gift from tho
Miss Kthel HaUnnce of I'lattsmouth whs
mnld of honor and woro yellow orna
ments, with mi overdrapo of whtto crcpo
do cliltiii. trimmed In poarls.
Miss Hess Clifton was bridesmaid and
wnB gpwncd in yellow charmouso, with
an overdfrss of will to chlffori, embroid
ered .with pearls .nnd .fhliu'Stonos. . , .
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iviiiin nuns Aiargnrci jucuriue, sister or
the bride, was ring bearer nnd woro a-
White lingerie dross over hluo. Mrs. J.J
Mcllrldo woro Allco blue, trimmed In,
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Illchnrd llrunn of Oinnlm wns best man.
The bride's gifts to the bridesmaids
were friendship pins with a forget-mo-not
Assisting at tho reception following tho
ceremony woro Mrs, C. H. Johnson and
Mrs. I A. Davis, besides tliu wedding
Mr. nnd Mrs. Holmes left during the
uvunlng for u huncymun trip In tho enst.
They will bo nt homo nt tho Lufnyotto
apartments utter January 1.
Debut Dance at Country Club.
Mrs. John J, Dickey, who entertained
at n delightful afternoon tea Friday
afternoon at her home, when she In- .
traduced her daughter, Miss IJortha
Dickey, entertained again Haturuny
evening when she gave an enjoyable
dancing party at tho Country club for
Miss Dlckoy. Tho club house wnK. urn
usually attractive with tho profusion ot
cut flowers sent by the frtetda of Miss
Dlrkity. At the do but ten, Miss Dlckoy
carried a bouquot or ruro orchids, there
being numerous varieties of orchids In
the bouquet, which mado It one of spe
The guest list last evening Included
about 300 of tho younger set ulid younger
All of tho debutantes nsslsted, and be
sides other personal friends a number of
baohnlors wcro Invited to look after the
programs of the out-of-town visitors and
to Introduco tho young people. Tho latter
Included Ijiwrenco Hrlnkcr, Warn Hall,
Taylor Uelchcr, Lieutenant Itaymoud
Smith, ltalph I'cters and William Taylor,
Others assisting were:
A. J. lxivn.
W. J. KoyJ,
M. C. lVters.
Oeorge A. Joslyn.
of 8t. lliul.
J. It. Hooble.
W. T. Hums,
It. L. Curler,
C. U Purnswurth,
Creighton Senior Hop.
Ono of the foremost social events of
the week will bo the annual hop of the
senior class of Creighton university to
bo given Tuesday , evening at Cham
Nfi academy. This affulr Is the prom.
Inent social function of tho oollego year,
and plans have been laid to make this
ono distinct In many ways from those of
former classmen. Chester C. Wells
Churles W. Hamilton nnd John Hevorldge
represent the committee In charge. Fol
lowing aro putrouossos:
C. C. Allison. C. W. iiumllton.
H. V. Jlurkluv. v. v. HamTlton.
M. D. Cameron. V. T. Hamilton.
If K;,r.rfoot- J; A- wne,
Uen Uallugher, V. A. Nash.
Debutantes' pluns oontlnue to Interm
society nnd the parties slven for tum
ure the largest and most olalHirate. There
U more of u smhool spirit of youth and
animation In these affairs than In mast o
the social functions. Then the wonderful
array of flowers sent by friends of the
aouutuntes neip to muko the parties more
I Two more dute nre unnouiut'd fir debut
parties. Mrs. Oeorge Thuu.mcll will en
VISITOR FROM WASHINGTON
GUEST OF MISS CHASE.
MIS3 Q RACE MIDDLETON.
tertnln at an afternoon tea Saturday
afternoon. November 30. at her home on
Harney street nnd South Thlrtv-elshth
avenue, for her daughtor, Miss Kathcrine
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase will be at
home at their residence, Z01 South Thlr-
ly-iniro street, on tne afternoon of
Wedneiday, January 1. from 4 until 7
o'clock, to present their daughter, Miss
Hop at Fort Omaha.
ur, jonn it. Trinder and. Captain Hol
land Rubottom were' hosts at a delight
ful military hop given at Fort Omaha
Friday evonlng. The post gymnasium
was brilliantly decorated with JannnrM
lantern, Signal Corps and American flags
D. F. Corte Furniture Company
24TJI AND FA11NAM STREETS.
Following the hop Captain nnd Mrs.
Alvln Vorifl entertained nt a chafing dish
supper, when their guests were:
Katharine Moorhead,lWlth lAM-ke,
Charles I Saunders, Dr. J. H Trinder.
Dr White of Captain H. Itubottort
Dps Moines. Captain Wutler,
Malor and Mrs. Carl F. Hartmnn.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Karl Trucsdcll,
CnjUiln and Mrs. Alvln Voris,
Other guests at the hop were.
Heatrlco Tancock, May Mahoney,
Marguerite Htowltts, Eva Mahonoy,
Helen Epeneter, Nannie Page.
Mae Kngler. Ornoe Baxter.
Wright of Chicago, Enid Valentine,
(' B. Hannlster,
Oeorge V. Kngler,
I'rof and Mrs.' C. F. Crowley.
Mr and Mrs. A. 11. McConnell,
Dr and Mrs. John E. Pulver,
Mrs. Frank Vun Rensselaer.
Lininger .Travel' Club.
Mrs. F L. Haller, who has just returned
from a few months' trip abroad, enter
tained tho Lininger Travel club, of Uw
Omaha High school Friday afternoon at
the art gallery. The following program
was given; Piano solo, Reno. Wnlker;
dnnce, Helen Kronor; plnno solo.' Flor
ence Andretvs. Mrs. Haller told tho
girls many Interesting things about her
trip. The rest of the afternoon was spent
In dancing and a social gathering. Tho
color scheme of pink and green, tho club
colors, was used. Those present were:
Erdlce Daumgardner. Esther Oonolly,
Rita Carpenter, Klsle Neff,
I X) rlne Davis, Ilessle Qruu,
Mildred Tracy, Marguerite Hearson,
Inez Kllner, Mary jonnsion,
Florence Andrus, Fay Simmons,
Helen Holtz, Quito Eddy.
Mildred McAulry. Vellsta ITesson.
Mary Day, Vra Dutton,
Helen Cook, Bahra Tine.
Gladys I-une. Myrtle Erickson,
Nettle Muir, Clara Dutton,
Mildred Nonllne, Clara Peterson,
Ruth'Ounderson, Essay Brandes,
Oroce Day, Alma Harms,
Margaret Krldges, Mabln Hurqulst,
Rose Pascal, Itnnsle Smith,
Emma Ring, Olga Anderson,
Annetta Kelner, Irene Oostwlck,
Rachol Hager, Bel ma Jerke,
Edith McNett. Lilian Anderson,
Mildred Clausen, Ruth Weller,
llorthn tllrton, Karol Kunlc,
I.ola Whltoly, Rona Walker,
Ruth Como, Ellen Orcely,
Marguerite Marten- Helen Krocr,
Miss Wallace, Miss Dudley, Miss Rrown.
Miss Allison, Mrs. Qulnlan, high school
Sulphur Springs Card Club.
Mr. and Mrs, Albert King entertained
the members of the Sulphur Springs Card
club Wednesday evening- Prizes were
won by Airs. A. A. Avery. Mrs. W. C.
Rogers, Mr. Albert King nnd Mr. D. I
MOrgan. The next meeting of the club
will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Avery on Wednesday evening. Those
Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Avery,
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. L. Morgan,
Mr. nnd Mr. W. E. Worley.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorgo Parker.
Box Party to Bee Coburn Players.
Miss Lillian Fitch entertained nt a box
party Saturday afternoon nt the Hrandels
ticntor. Those present wero Misses Vio
let Jon)yn, Margaret McPharson, Helen
Pcohle, Nnomt Towle, Delia Mae Uyers,
Helen Ourvln; Messrs. Oeorge Caul, Ernst
Rownn nnd Charles Docherty. Following
tho play, "Tho Merchant of Venice," tho
party wero entertained at the Dolft Tea
Henfey-Lannon Wedding. '
A pretty wedding took plice 'Tuesday
at 8 o'clock In SU Cecilia's pro-outhedral,
when. Miss Gertrude iJinnonf 'daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lannon, became
tho bride of Mr. Thomas IS. Heafey. Tho
bride was attended by Miss lleesle Davis.
Mr. Philip Kelly was groomsman.
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South Bids Entrants of
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'Phone, Douglas 6185
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Tuesday in our now loca
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Parlor - is .'rdfumished
througliouf "with latest
sanitary, modem equip
you .think you're ready to
consider getting some really
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for some needy spot in the house, or a
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will do yourself a favor and , us, of
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coming acquainted with our way of
Baviug money no middleman 's profit.
After a southern trip the young couple
will be home at SCSI Hamilton street.
The wedding was n very quiet one.
owing to the recent bereavement In tho
home of Miss Davis.
University Club Dance.
Members of the University club will give
a farewell dance In the present quarters
of the club on Wednesday evening, No
vember 26. This will be the last social
affair In the room which the club has
occupied for two years.
No Invitations or notices will be Issued,
Members of the club can procure tickets
by application to manager.
A supper will bo served nnd an enter
tainment of vpcal music will bo served.
Social Settlement Benefit
For the benefit of the Social settlement
an entertainment will be given on Satur
day the 23d of this month at the Jacobs'
Memorial hall at 3 o'clock In the after
noon. The program will be one of aes
thetic dancing under tho direction of Miss
Sweet und Miss Cooper and planologues
by the Misses Van Snnt and Ratchford
and a group of "talking songs" by Mrs.
John Williams Jones.
Orpheum Box Partv.
Major and Mrs. Carl F. Hartmann will
give an Orpheum party Wednesday even
ing, when their gnosis will occupy two
boxes and thoso present will be:
Captain and Mrs. Alvln C. Voris,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Leonard,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Karl Trucsdcll,
Major and Mrs. Hartmann,
Mrs. John H. Thompson,
Captain Holland Rubottom,
Lieutenant John H. Trinder.
Guest from Copenhagen.
Mrs. A. P. Orobeck gave an entertain
ment at her residence, 1708 Van Camp
avenue, Friday afternoon, In honor of
Miss Cecllln Olsen of Copenhagen, Den
mark, Tho following were present: Misses
Clcllle Olsen, D. Bruin, M. Pedersen and
Mesdamcs O. E. Jensen, N. P. Pedersen,
V. IJ. Ammentorp, H. J. Lund, C. A.
(Continued on Page Three.)
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We know we have the larg
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Wo can show half a dozen
pearl necklaces of the highest
We can show you green or
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' Orange - pearls, pink pearls,
cream pearls and white pearls.
.The peculiar colored pearls
are the Ideal pieces for men's
starf pins especially. A pearl
necklace is the Ideal Christmas
present for a woman. Wo have
them from $125 to $6,000.
Mr. Brown spent three weeks
in New York this summer
gathering this pearl stock to
gether. Ho will r delighted
to show them to you person
ally. Whether you wish to buy
or not. He hns spent thirty
five years in a study of thefo
gems und takes special prldo
in showing them.
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Jewelsrs anil Silversmiths
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i can sum up tijese two mnBs
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For tho first tho following formula will
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In a large bowl, poUr half a pint of
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In a. few minutes add two ounces ot
eptol and contlnua stirring until all Is
.dissolved. At first it will look like Jelly,
then it will start to cream. When it
does this, remove from the fire, add
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and stir constantly until cold. Keep In
air-tight jar. You should be ablo to get
eptol at any good drug store and It
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Hub In well until the cream disappears.
This cream will not grow hair.
v s ,
p.. , Bwnnfi nnmnsr. lipniitif vir.n-
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In a half pint of hot water add two
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you an ounce of zlntone for not more,
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CIAlt.ISSA Ye, even mothers who
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Mix thoroughly, and nftcr meals and at
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You will be ablo' to get the ruetono from
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The beta-aulnol you can get at almost
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