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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912:
Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1912.
ANY small Informal "game" dinner parlies arc planned for the nea
future, but the game- being rnthcr uncertain, the guests are no;
lnvtcduntll the return of the huntsmen.
Hunting ducks In damn weather and marshy places may
sound very uncomfortable, but some of the hunters are enjoying their nnor
in the greatest of luxury nnd oasoi Ooorge A. Hoagland and N. 13. Updlljf
havo gono to the. Gulf of Mexico, where they are being entertained nboar .
a steam yacht. They Hvo on tho yacht and have scvornl small boats, so
they may land whorcever thoy wish on the Texas coast and hunt for ducks.
They have been down there about ten days and are expected homo In an
A comfortable hunting lodge, or camp , lias been established near
Tokamah by Gcorgo Hedlck, Louis BoBtwIck, Denlso Harkalow and Douglas
Ilowlo. They motor to and from camp and carry provisions In their cars.
Duck shooting Is rather strcnuoun for tho femlnlno sportsmen, but
earlier in the season they wero quite Interested In hunting prairie chickens
and grouse. Mrs.. J. T, Stewart 2d is a "good shot" and enjoys hunting
with her husband. She Is the possessor of a chic hunting costume, mndo
, in Now York this summer. The costumo Is of khaki, with short skirt and
high boots. A hunting coat and hat of tho same mntorlal complete the
Mrs. Krcd Hamilton aleo goes on hunting trips with her husband, but
qnjoys tho camping raoro than tho shooting.
The wcddlnir of Miss Mary P, Tracy,
(laughter of M'. nni All ,an. . . ,
to Mr. Jamrs Hogan wax celebrated Tues
day morning- at BJ. Peters rhuroh nt
9 o'clock, Father P. McCnrthy officiating.
The brldo was gowned In white crepe
meteor, with court train trimmed with
princess lace and crystal band. Lilies
of the valley held the lonir tulle 'veil In
Tlece and ahs carried a shower bouquet
ot roses and lilies of the valley. The
Kroom's gift was a lavallcr st with ru
Miss Anna Tracy. sister of the bride,
was mnld of h-jiinr nnd wore pink
flowcrr.d chlffn drap-d over pink
trimmed with' tortoise blue- velvet nnd
rhtna rtonV pink alirrrtlcs wero worn
In her hfe't- and she carried Kllarney roses
and lilt's of the valley.
ThAbft man win J. It. lloean of Btu-nrt.An-.
brother of the Rrodm. and the
unbars were Dr. T. J. Dtvycr, Dr. J. T.
Dvyer nnd 71. A. aolden.
,Mr and Mrs. Unrnn left for a southern
ed()lniT trip and will be at homo after
Jam. iv 1 at the Alsatian apartments.
Married, at high noon Wednesday, No
vember 20, In All Ratnts church. Hev, T.
X Mackay officiating, Mr. Ixfln F. Drtis
man of Norfolk, Neb., jnd Mls lidlth
A. fiteara of Omaha, In the pretence of
the bride' mother and sisters and Mr.
C F. Benson and Miss Helen LVgdlll,
residing In Omaha.
Mrs. Lou Traynor sntertalned at cards
Monday ovtnlng In celebration of her hus
band's birthday. Those present were:
T. ft Itfvcns,
B, KaRsxtt of
T. R Tholl.
D. Q. Dodds.
W. A Uddy.
a T t.llon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Houston.
Mr, and Mrs. M. A. l'lllsbliry.
Mr. and Mr. O. H. nticnm.
Mr and Mm. Tv.J. Traynor.
Mr. and, Mrs J, V, Traynor.
AucttOR Bridge Luncheon.
Mrs, 3. W. Gannett was hosteM at a
beautifully appointed luncheon today at
nor home, followed by auction bridge.
Thoso present wero
41m row Traynor,
Leonard Kverttt of
C. It. Tyler.
Henry V. Yates,
J, J. Hrown.
55. T Lindsay.
Mary I. Crvluh.
C K Coulant,
11. v. Crummer,
Brighton Senior Hop.
The Crelehton seniors cave their annual
hop at Chambers' aoadrmy Tuesdsy even
ing which was attended by nn enthus
Ustlc srathnrln? of students and friends
The decorations were a triumph of Rood
taste. In the center of the ball room at
tho north end was suspended the Riant
biuc nnd white 'banner of tho CrelRhtin
University Qlee club and nt the opposite
end a InrRn American flair was hunk
n cross the entrance. The balconies wen
decked with bluo and whlto buntlnR and
the class pennants of crimson, blue and
white were on all sides. Two nttractlv
cosy corners, fitted up with colleg-e pil
lows and pennants, were on either side of
the Gleo c'.ub banners, Palms were placed
at Intervals about the room and foot bull
blankets decorated the walls.
The Crelghton varsity foot ball team
and Coach Miller wero special guests ot
the senior class.
Neat card cases served as programs
nnd souvenirs. Charles V, Itnmllton, Jr ;
Chester Wells and John V. HcverldRt
wero the cnmmltteo In charge. There
nro twenty-one ineinbcrn In the senior
class and ono dalieo was dedicated to
each member. The 'class officers aro.
Charles W. Hamilton, Jr., president;
Itsphnel N. Hamilton, vice president
Chester Wnlls, secretary, and Stephen
H. Dlcrlnner, treasurer.
The patronesses of the hop-were: Mis
C. C. Allison, Mrs. H. V. rturklev. Mr
M. D. Cameron, Mrs. L. V. Crofoot, Mrs.
Tlenjamln (Jattnffhcr, Mrs. C. W. Hamil
ton, Mrs, K. P. Hamilton, Mrs. F T
Hamllton.t Mis, J. A. McShone, Mrs. F
Those present were:
Corrlnc Klein, Margaret Welsh,
'.nil. WUi.ri. Mosnil,
Margaret Gillespie, Clare Usuvreau,
Pearl OUIespl Allen English,
A surprlrn party was Riven Friday
evening lp honor of Uoy Anderson at his
home, 1 North Thirty-second street. The
evening wus spent In music nnd games.
Thoso prrfent wcrr:
Lave r no Hoyt,
Mr, and Mrs, W. Payne,
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Towle will en
tertaJn, at dinner this evening at their
home. Mrs, Ward rpses will form the
centerpiece for tho tVV and covers will
be placed for "twelve.
Mr, and Mrs. ChsHes T. KoUntsc, who
are ptvlng a series of Informal dinner
parties, wll have ten guests this evening,
SMEDARKEKED HER &RAYHA1R
A KauirHS City Iily Darkcnod Her
Gray lluir And Stimulntcd Its
Growth by a Simple Homo
She Tills Xow Bhs Bid. It.
Mrs. A. lllkKan. a well known reJ
lnt of Kumut City. Mo., who darken
ul tier trray hair by a simple homo pro
ooea mado the following statumunt: "Any
lady or gentleman can darkvh their gray
or faded hair, stimulate It nrowth and
make U nntt uiid rIossv with this elm
plo rccliH-, which, thc- can mix at home.
To half pint of water add 1 ox. of bay
rum. 1 vipall box of Uarbo Compound
and U cz. of Klywrlna. These Ingredi
ents can be purchased at any drug store
at very little cost Apply to the hair
twice n wevk until the uray hair Is
darkened sufficiently; then every two
weeks. This lulxture relieves Itching and
vcalp trouble, and Is excellent fur
dandruff and fulling hnlr. It does not
taln the scalp, la not sticky or greasy
and does not rub off. It will maku a
array haired person look 10 to S) years
A k iic Duffy,
Nell Lovely, '
n. D. AVIegel,
ItaPhael Hamilton. Frank Dinn.
Chester Wells. . . Jesse llntchford.
m. iranK uurns,
T. (1. McCaffrey,
IX A. Loppuow,
B, J. Kane,
F. K. Gosselln,
U. U. Ilussel,
tiuri i aimer,
I). J. Ryan.
G. A. Balderson.
L. J. Hunt,
It. L Grace.
It. D. Conwell.
Iiwrence Bushman. Hlmun l.,vrv
Paul Harrington, J. II. Barry.
J. C. Grady. Josoph Breen,
J McCarthy. F. J. BorBhutf.
George Pratt. M. J. McOrane.
L. II. Bruckntr, A. M. Hoffman,
F. Mongenthaler. Drlss Muffltt.
George Carroll. It. W. Collins,
L. F. Waldman. II. J. Halter.
It. O. MscMonagle. Ilobert larrell.
jonn .moo re.
n. 11 Donovan,
J. L. Hand,
11. H. Craig,
J. W. Schopp,
J. It. Kloyla.,
11., K. Chevailer.
L. B. Day,
W. B. Madden.
K. U FnlnnaRan,
F. A. Barrett,
Imfi Bay Hotel
TAMPA - FLORIDA
W. J. O'Learv.
J. K. O'Brien,
W. H. Downey.
C. K. Iniz,
W. U KeTley.
J. H. McCauley,
AN UNUSUAL SALE OF
tigh Grade Exclusive Garments and Fine Furs
Thursday, November 1 1 st, at the Opening Hour ,
OUR FINEST COATS-Wlncli
sold up to $100, exquisite vel
ours, imported cloths, Vien
nese, French nnd British fab
rics, made by the best Ameri
can makers, from the latest
ALL OUR DAINTIEST
DRESSES charmeuse, Crepe
do Meteor, Crepes, Satins, im
ported nnd domestic materials,
charming, stylish dresses, pat
terned after models by Paquin,
"Worth etc. Dresses which
sold up to $75, at
OUR MOST ELEGANT SUITS '
Manv of them just received,
designed by the best artists,,
splendidly made, all the find-'
ings the very best. Cloths,,
Cords, Mixtures, Serges, etc.
Suits murked $50, $65, $75 and
Sew for Missions.
and Mrs. E. A. Van Fleet entsr-
inlni'd a week-end nartv for tho mem
bers of the P. V. society, nn organisation
of young women ot the jvountso Memor
ial church. Saturday afternoon was spent
In sowing for a children s Hospital in
India. Tho members of the society aia:
Helen ll.irt. K(U Bllz.
Jennie Hurt. Augusta Mengcdoht,
Gladys Hoodmnn. Frances Znbcl,
Tneresa lioxanrou, tnnu jvnuerwiii,
Agnes Nellscn. Helen Petorson,
Meta Ncllson. Ituby Snyder.
Grace McDonald, Mildred Scott,
Gertrude uruclilg, Henrietta ociinei.
Loyal Daughters Hold Meeting.
The Loyal Daughters of the North Biuo
Christian church held thelA regular
monthly business meeting Tuesday at
the homo of Mrs. II. J. Klrschutcln. Sup
per was scrvcdXnt 6;S0. Thoso present
aaowesicsiu, n now oot
liitUt mtU 1 tl gout.
,SMS- Vrue tor tcnkUt
P. J. Barrett.
Fred Wennner, J
Wlillum 1 lance.
A. H. Flanagan,
J H. Lawrence.
K. J. Sullivan,
Q. F. Morrow.
C. K. McCarthy.
lt M. Ityan.
F. k: Marrln,
Mr- and Mrs. T. D. Norrls.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Burkley.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Cameron.
Mrs, C. W. Hamilton.
For the Future.
Captain und Mrs. William F. Nesbltt
of Fort Crook will entertain at supper
Bx-Sehutor J. II. Millard and Miss Je
tie Millard will entertain at dinner Frt
day cvenlnx at their honw.
, , ' ff,ir dinv ana r.vn Aianunpv win nn.
ol tb W t- 1 tertaln at supper Sunday evening for
bj-cui Hr. Major and Mrs. Carl Jr. Hartnwnn ot
: Fort Oinahi
ALL THE VERY CHOICEST OF OUR FUR SETS
Skins Selected Specially
Pieces designed and made for us and all backed by our usual broad warranty. The
prices quoted will indicate the reductions. No words of ours can convey tc you a proper
conception of value or beauty
HUDSON BAY SEAL SET-Was. $195.00 will bo $169.00
AMERidAN'MDNK'SET-Was. . . .V $350.00 wililir$287.00
ERMINE SET Was. . $200.00 will be $169.50
MARTIN "SET Was .' $140.00 will be $119.00
BLACK FOX SET Was $100.00 will be $ 83.50
JAPANESE MINK BETWas $ 87.50 will be $ 79.50
SILVER BEAVER SET-Was. $130.00 will bo $113.50
RED FOX SET-Was $100.00 will be $ 69T50
NEAR SEAL SET Was $ 55.00 will be $ 46.50
POINTED FOX SET Was $100.00 will be $ 73.50
Liko diamonds, furs have constantly been increasing in value and we do not believe that
a change in administration of the nntion's affairs will cause. a reduction in furs. Supply
and demand affects fur prices more than tariff changes.
Our finest waists will be offered uIbo. Those which sold up to $18.50, Thursday, $7.50
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co.
Mary (Mmie. 1
Mrs. T, H. Tracy entertained at
... 1. n.. In. I... hAIIa l.lll.
imicnruii liirmtii .... ,v ..v. .v. wf-
Mr. 1 1. Snedeker of York, Neb., and,
Mrs, Kd Hlngins or uroigiiton, -cn., trucsv
of Mrs. K. H. .Mooro. I'laces wero lain
M. J, Tracy,
C. A. Trucy.
T. II. Tracy,
M. C. Howes,
B. H. Moore.
Miss Abblo ltowes.
Box Party at Orphcum.
Mrs. Gienueniung' or ort uroog, wno
Is spending the winter with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Clarenco Farnhum. gave a box
party at tho Orpheum Wednesday for
Mrs. Charles French of Fort Crook. Tlioio
.'nhn H. 1 1 rady,
John t. Swltzer,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kopald will be at
homo Informally Thursday evening for
the friends of their son,- Itabbl Louis J.
Kopald, who Is rabbl-clcct of Uuffalo
and who will visit In Omaha until Sat
urday, when he leaves for California to
spend 'a few weeks before going to Uuf
falo January 1. '
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Andersen have
pone for a- hunllmt trip to the Fhllllps
ranch at Illrdwood, Neb.
Mr. Albert Fletcher of lloston Is spend
Ins a few days In Omaha as tho guest ot
his sister, Mrs. Wilson H. Imw.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hawk huve re
turned from Knld, OUI.. whore they spent
several weeks. Mrs. Hawk' was formerly
Miss Frances Downey. t
Mrs. George H. Crosby of Chicago,
formerly of Omaha, who has been the
guest of Mrs. ltalph Kitchen, left Tues
day uvfiilng for hur home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ituy Whiting ot Spring
field, O.. who have been the guests ot
I Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Dunn for a week, re
turned Monday to their home.
MASONS HOLD CLASS REUNION
Have Banquet at Loyal Hotel, Fol
lowed by Theater Party.
WOMEN ATTEND THE REUNION
I.rR-est Class In the llistorr of Ma
Bonrr In Xrliraskn Iteeelvea t)e-
Krrrs (i. X. Seymour Acts
Further degrees were conferred upon
tho candidates here for tho Scottish Wtes
reunion yesterday afternoon.
A class reunion was held Tuesday night
nt the royal hotel in the shape of a,
banquet. Charles T. Kountxc, president
of tho class addressed nomo words of
greeting to the members nnd then Intro
duced George N. Seymour of Klgln, Neb.,
ns toastmastor. Edgar N. Itowles, ic. C
C. H., was tho guest of tho class and
made an address, which was "well re
ceived. Tho entire class responded to,
short toasts. J, Harry Sinclair, orator for
the 'class, delivered the principal speech.
This was the first tlmo thut women
wero ever admitted to a class reunion.
Following the bAnquet the ladles were
entertajned by tho officers of tho class
with a box party at the Hippodrome
theater,- while' tho men went to the
Masonic Temple to witness tho conferrlnp
of degrees upon tl)e largest class that
ever received degrees In tho Scottish
Rite Masons In the state ot Nebraska,
Thoso attending the banquet were;
Charles T. Kountxe. president; George
N. Seymour, toastmastcr; Kdgar N,
Howies, sponsor; James Co it, Edward H.
Goodman, J. Harry Sinclair. Helnotd R.
Ilusch. neglnald K. Marcy. Charles Neff.
A. a Cohn. Julius G, Glasshoff. Ralph
K. Towle. Dr. A. A. Holtman, Robert M.
Faddls, George. J. Ilevlngton, William C
Katxensteln, W. A. Haberstroh;Mrs. A.
A. Holtman. Mrs. Charles ' Neff, Mrs.
James Corr, Mrs. Edward II. Goodman,
Mrs. James A. Uennlson. Mrs. Ralph K.
Towle, Mrs. William C. Katxensteln, Miss
May Rlcketts, Miss Ida Marcy, Miss
profound Ignorance, with railroad mon
the opinion prevails that the beginning
of work upon tho construction of the
Qerlpg extension means the beginning of
tho building qf tho Medlcfnc Bo- cut-off.
Gray Bemis is Dead
After a Brief Illness
Gray Bemts died of double pneumonia
yesterday at his home, 813 South
TwcntJ'-flfth avenue, nfter nn Illness of
less than a week. Mr. Uemls wns 30
years old. He Is survived by his widow
and three small children, his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Uemls of Yoik. Neb.,
and a brother. Funeral arrangements will
be mude after Mr. Uemls' parents and
Mr. Hemls'was born In Clay county and
lived his life In Nebraska. After bin
graduation from the York High school
he went to work on tho York Republican.
Later ho went to IJncoln, where ho waa
rjnplpyed on the Capitol. After serving
the World-Herald as Lincoln correspond
ent he came to Omaha and joined the
Nocal staff of that paper two years ago.
PILOT OF FAST BALLOON
WRITES TO OMAHA FRIENDS
Captain' II. E. Honeywell, who piloted
tho balloon, "Uncle Sam." entered In the
International balloon race by tho Kansas
City Aero club, has written to Assistant
Commissioner Ward Glfford of the Com
mercial club, telling- of the balloon's
landing In ice and snow 150 miles west ot
The "Uncle Sam," Captain Honeywell
says, won third honors In the James Gor
don Bennett contest. The balloons
started from Stuttgart, Germany, Octo
ber 27, and Uie ballooji "Uncle Sam" was
stopped when snocged In the trees.
Captain Honeywell Is on the steamer
Amcrlka, enroute to his homo In Kansas
UNION PACIFIC MOVING
TRACK FROM CARTER PARK
Although nothing will be done. In the
way ot construction this full, It Is
probable that curly next spring tho
Union 1'aclflc will begin pushing the
extension .west from Gerlng 'with the
Idea ot getting out Into Wyoming with
the North Platte line.
Goring Js now being made the scene
of active railroad operation, the Union
1'aclflc locating extensive material yards
there. Big steam shovels' are being
stored and Immense quantities of ties
and rails are being unloaded at the new
sidings that havo been constructed with
in the last ninety days. Forty dump cars
with their own engines have been stored
under sheds and carloads of dynamite
and giant powder h4V been housed for
use next spring.
West of Oaring for several miles there
Is somo heavy work. Grades will have
to be built up and cuts through hills,
some ef them fifty to sixty feet deep,
will have to bo made
While local officials profess the most
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PROM CHICAGO OVER '
Beginning November 24, 1912
NEW ALL-STEEL TRAIN
CHICAGO TO NEW YORK IN 20 HOURS
ires Chicago 12: 10 p. m. Arrives Xcw York 0: 10 a. m.,
Composed exclusively of Pullman Equip
ment with all Limited Train Features
Pan Handle Limited
ANOTHER NEW DAILY TRAIN
, CHICAGO TO NEW YORK IN 24 HOURS
Leaves Chicago 12:!M p. ni. Arrives New Vork 1:20 p. m.
New Afternoon Daily Traia to Daytoa and Springfield, 0.
With Cafe und Parlor Cars and Coaches
Leaves Chicago 12:20 p. nt.
Arrives Dayton 8:00 p. ni. Arrives Springfield 0:15 p. tn.
New Daily Train via Pan Handle Route
S9.50 Chicago to Pittsburgh
IeaCA Chicago 7:00 p. in. Arrives Pittsburgh 8:30 a. m
Through Coach and Sleeping Cars. Pin
ing Car Serving Supper and Breakfast.
For full Information call on
W. H. ROWLAND, Traveling Passenger Agent
310 City National Hank Building, Ontahn, Nebraska;
A little Bee want ad does the business.
Everybody reads Bee want ads