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TIU? OMAHA StrNDAY BHIfl: DECEMBER 8, 1912.
SOCIETY AT THE DEBUT TEAS
deception for Hiss Bourke ii Quite
COOKING CLUB AT THEATER
National Anrorttr Conclav 1n JIfrl
Ilcr- This 31nnth Manr . f
' fairs Planned for thr
Debutante of Saturday
land tho third
! Welch Those
1 1. Anderson,
i J. Jansen.
K. O. Canon,
it the home of Mrs,
MONDAV-Mr. St. M. McClanahan. din
ner party, SIr- nnlbach and Minn
nalbach. afternoon bridge; Mis Nell
Carpenter, afternoon tea; Mr. George
Flack, dinner party for .Miss Griffith
and ' MIm Pearson; Mra. Kenneth
I'Mimin, Orpheum party for MIM
TUK6t)AY Mrs. Itobert Ievl Carter,
debut tea for Miss Alice Carter, Mra.
Mosher Colpetser, hostess for Cooklnff
riub: Mrs H. P Whltmore. Amateur
, Murlcal club. ,
WEDNESDAY Miss Henrietta Flack,
luncheon, Dr. and Mrs. It. M. McCIana
han..brldee supper; Creljthton Phar
macy? college, dancing party at Ilom.
hotel; Mlses Hazel and Carol Howard,
evening supper partj'. Royal Arcanum
dancing party at Chambers'; Mrs. Ilund.
nultt. Phllathea club; Mrs. C. U Peter
son. V,'. W club.
' THtJHHDAY Mrs. Harry Kelly, after
noon bridge for Miss Daphne Peters;
Kt A Vlrp rlub, dance aa Chambers'.
Mrs. P. A. Themanson, t'nanlmo club.
i FRIDAY Military hop at Fort Crook;
Mrs. Harry Kelly, afternoon bridge for
Mm. Prentiss Lord; Z. 14. club meeting.
(SATURDAY Mrs. Richard 8. Hall, debut
tea for Miss Dorothy Hall; Palimpsest
club, dinner at Rome hotel.
Shortly after the holidays many Oma
.hans will take extensive trips. Mils
tCHelen (Jcoble plans to leave about the
'middle of January for Hamburg, Oer
, many, where she will meet her brother,
Italstan Hcoble. who has been spending
thn fall In Swltierland. Miss Bcoble, who 1
Is quite a linguist, will spend several I
months n Hamhurjr studying the German (
language, and will later go to Paris,
I where she will continue her atltdy of thn i
French language, Sho will attend it series ,
'of lectures at The Sorbonne In Paris,
Mr and Mm. J. R. Bcoble will leav
'about the same time to spend two months
In Ormonde. Fla.
Mr. aiid Mrs. O. W. Wattles will leave
iln February for felr winter home at
'Hollywood, near Ijos Angeles.
Mr. antl Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall and son,
Ijlurdctte Klrkendall, plan to take the
.Mediterranean trip In February.
Mrs. John Gregory Bourke entertained
fat a dtllghtful tea Saturday afternoon
from 4 to 7 o'clock In honor of the debut
onX herdauaUtor, Mis raulltw Uourke. The
attractive home of Mra. Bourke on North
'Tlilrty-eeoond avenue was a-blootn with
cut flowers sent by the many friends of
the young debutante. The guests were
irecelved in the drawing room where pink
iroses and pink chrysanthemums were
(used Iji decoration. Naolssua formed thn
oenttrplcce for tha dining room table and
white cnoanlhimums were further used.
Throughout tha rooms there wan a pro
fession, 'of southern smllex, American
Hcauty roses, voleU. chryaathmum
and other cut fkjwrrs.
Mrs, 'Bourke waa charming In a black
luce rbbe draped over charraeuse, richly
embroidered In black spangles ami Jst
Miss' Pauline Bourke was beautiful In
a gown of turquoise blue chiffon draped
over while shadqw lace .which also fanned
n dainty trimming for the. sown. The
llace aric( chlffoiK.was,.dtal!d,.OYer whlu
charmcuse and 'j'hltoii and tha bodice
waa embroidered In Iridescent crystals,
Mrs. l. II. Kverett of Lincoln, guest of
Mrs. Bourke, was gowned In yellow char
'intuse embroidered lh rhlneitones.
Miss . Anna Uourke waa attractively
gowned In green charmeitse draped with
black "chiffon embroidered in gold and
trimmed' with marten fur.
MlsJo?aullne iBourke Is one of the most
traveled, young women In sodoty and has
spent much time In Europe with her
mother and sisters. Roth Miss Pauline
Uourke. and Mlsa Anna liourko. are prom
inent' meibrTs; 'Of the Warns dub and
haVe. unusual idmmatlo talent..
About 'tW 'cards were Issuod for the tea
und men as well as women attended.
SJ. H. Everett
rr horns Kllpatrltk,
Carolrn Cunzdon. Mkrcrarol tlnar
1'raJloes Todd, IUUm,
Porothy Morgan, Dorothy Hall. .
paphne Paters, Alice Carter,
'ICathtrlne Thummell.Cariuellta Chase.
Torsake Sooiety for Agrioutlure.
Miss Helen Morton of Lake Forest. Hi..
ootisln of Mrs, Joseph Cudauy, formerly
of this city, .who la, the daughter of Mark
Morton and niece of Joy Morton, multi
millionaires, haa decided that she want
to'kndw mora about farming than about
Bhp bag withdrawn from the social
(whir) of .the .winter station at Lake For
est and has taknti up a telnporary real
dance at Madison, Wis,, with Mary Ar
mour, a Kansas City nleco of J, Ogden
Armour, with whom sRe Is attending
tertalued at dlrinur ut their bungalow,
Forty-eighth and Dodge streets, last
evening In celebration of their sixth
wedding anniversary. Mr, Ilelbel, wno b-
claasca In the sohool of agriculture of the j came qliltn a chef while at the fraternity
Vnlvomlty of Wisconsin. hmiso when hn attended Purdue utiiver-
1C Q. Ilarton. ,
of. Fort Crook.
Tm Ootrcom Winter
i '.CFrom Woman's Tribune.'
If the chill air causea your skin to dry
ana scaia or uecome unauiy reu or
spwiea.' perore you go to ted suread
thin layer of ordinary mfroollsed wax
jovTTunr-entlre face. Remove next mom-
n pia iar wawrt ioi is me iaeu
complexion treatment for the winter girt
The wax gently absorbs the dead partlclea
oi aurcacet "JUIU DO 'graaually there's no
MltcornfottrrhU gives Ue underlying akin
n cnance to oreatne ana to snow itself.
tin a wesk or so the new and younger skin
is wnouy in eviaence anu you nave
o-eally niatehlesa complexion. Naturally all
utq aeioci disappear witn tne discarded
cuticle as chaps, roughness, blotches,
tplmptes, freckles, blackheads, saltowness.
Usually- an ounqe of inercollxed wax, pro
curable at any drug store, la enough to
renovate even tne worst complexion.
Wrinkles need bother you no more If
you'll use this simple face nub: Pow
dered saxolite. 1 ox., dissolved in witch
ilia tel. U pt Just one application will af-
'feet even the deepest lines, and soon your
tKin win dc smooth as a cnim s.
1Mb nad Koward B4reta
Kim waralng each, year to' pat
ron, to , make appointments
wly no as to Insure delivery
ef photographs for Xmas.
'riK IoiHbu 481.
U ,r I I. Illlllll Ml
Week-End Card Club.
MrsT Joseph Yetxer entertained tho
Week-End lirldge club Thursday even
ing. Mm. A. Cook, Mrs. Clara -Wood
and Mrs. T. D. Duller weru guests of
the club. Miss Mabel Whltehouse won
the prize. Those 'prcserft were Mlsn
Marie llutr, Miss Mabel K. White
house, Mr. Rulprt V. Carlson, Mr. Carl
Malm, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Everndon and
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Yetzer,
0. H. S. Senior Hop.
Thn annual senior hop of the Uluaha
ll!gh school will bu held Deceriiber at
Chambers' dancing academy. The com
mitted In chnrge of the dance 1 com
poted of Perry iilngles, Jamea DUrkec
nnd Herman Jnbst. The grand march
, will bd headed by James Durkee and
iMIss ICstherlne Crocker
HigJi Five Party.
A progressive high five party was given
at thn home of Miss felma Anderson
' Friday evening. Tho prize was won by
Mr, Emit Llndbrrg. Those present were:
and prizes were won by Mrs. D. T Mc
Qrath, Mrs. C. Oreen and Mrs. J. Novak.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Jerome Magee left Sunday to join
her mother, Mrs. Herman Kountxe, In
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Saxe will arrive
from New York today and will' be at
the Henshaw for a day or two.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Raidrige moved
Monday Into their beautiful new. home on
Thirty-ninth and Davenport streets.
Mrs. Frank Walter and daughter, Har
riet. have returned from Durant, Okl..
where they went to visit Mrs. Walters'
Mr. and Mrs. HoWard UaJdrlge are pre
paring to move Into their house n?aln
next weeW niter spending a year at thi
" Mrs. Frank C. Rubel of Minneapolis,
formerly Miss Mattle Pollack of Omaha,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Elgut
ter. Another sister, Mrs. Klnstler of
Chicago, Is also visiting Mrs. Elguttcr.
A ilnughter was born last Sunday to
Mr. and Mrs. Loul Jaques of Chicago.
Mrs. Jaques was formerly Miss Anna Rl
Orcutt of this city and Is a. sister ,ot Mrs.
A- J. Beaton and Mrs. Arthur Keellne.
K. K. K. Card Club.
Miss Ida Epley entertained the mem-
! bors of the K. K. K. High Hve club
Saturday afternoon. Prizes were won by
Miss Susie Madsen. Refl 'carnations' and
candles were used In decorations. Those
present were: '
! Kate Ijilble.
i tattle Hirtcs,
! Mary Held.
I llessln Phrlan,
' Susie Madsen,
. Ida Hpley.
zona mu vwzmznmsj
1912 Card Club.
j Mrs. W. Johnston was given a surprise
party Friday afternoon nt the home ot
Mrs. A. F. Moore In celebration of her
I birthday anniversary by the members of
tho VJY2 Card club. The afternoon was
spent at curds und prizes were wqn by
Mm. Henry Humpert, Mm. W. T, Tlnney,
Mrs. .1. Van' Ness and Mra. M. Mulvlhlll,
Mlsa Morton Is the grandaughtrr Of J,
Sterling Morton, who was u member' of
the cabinet of President Cleveland, Hhe
la Inking what Is known as the short
agricultural course ut Madison, It lasta
for sixteen weeks, When she finishes
that she will tuaka up her mind wheth6r
he will pursue her. studies further, with
a view of rstabllshlng herself nt the hood
of u big fnrm of her .own or using her
knoweldge In thq higher education ot
farmers' wife and daughters.
"Helen Is taking up the study of agri
culture because her thoughts run "that
way rather than to other things,"" said
Mrs. Mark Mbrton'.at. hr Itke Forest
bdme. , , .
"She takes the short course und'-per-
iapx something else will follow, Hhe. will
bo allowed to maktrfteV own decision In
the' matter, arid' will get alPthe education
sho wants." '
Mlaa Morton is one ot tho noted Horse
women of thn younger set at Lake For
est. Her mounts havo won blue ribbons
at tho Lake Forest horse shows. ,
culture at her father's place at Lake
Forest, which is one of the show pluces
of the suburb, and on his ranch In Art-
Cooking Club Theater Party.
Aiemoera ox tne unginai woohihs sviuu
Were eiiturtnluctl Tucnday by Mrs.
Charles Kountie Hnd decided on Mon
day, January 8, for their next entertain
ment, which Is to be a theater party to
sea "Officer Md," which will be at the
llrnndels that week.
Only members ot the club and tw thir
teen other couples asked to Join will
make up the theater party, no bucluHora
or girls being Included this thne.
Following the theater party there Mill
be i supper at tho Omaha club,
Fort Omaha Hop,
Aj enjoyable hop was given ut rvit
Omaha Friday evening. In honor of the
new officers and iadlea who have Just
come to the lost ana as n lareweu to
the oflcera and ladles who uro leaving
the post. Among thoso who attondod from
the city were Misses Carolyn Ilarkalow,
Nannie Pago, Marguerite Stowltts, Helen
Kpeneter, Irene McConnell and Mabel
Wright cf Chicago; Messrs. George
Engler. Philip Chase, Tod AVallace, Loe
Mitchell, Joseph lUngwalt; Mr. and Mrs.
Cole and Dr. and Mr. J. E. Pulver.
Lieutenant and Mrs. H. W. Uregg, Lieu
tenant and Mr. W. A. Rlalne and Lieu
tenant and Mrs. W. A. Alfonte are the
new officers and .women ot the post
Lieutenant and Mrs, Leonard will leave
for Fort Bnelllng the first ot the year and
hta place at Fort Omaha will bA. taken
by Lieutenant Gregg, Lieutenant Henry
Hell will leave next week for Fort Mc-
ICenxle, Wyo., und Lieutenant and Mm.
Truesdell have gone to New York, where
they will be stationed.
Entertain at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Uurke gave a din
ner Thursday evening. The tables were
decorated with yellow and white chrys
anthemums and five hundred was thr
evening's amusement Those present
Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. Drexrl,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. UrunUt.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harte.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenwrlg,
Dr. and Mr. II. U Arnold,
Ocrtrud Hart Rowan.
Frank Drexel. J. N. Rdlmen,
John Drexel, Ji . Herbert Drexel. Jr.
Dinner at Paxton Hotel,
Miss I-aura Nehrbsa entertained her
division of the Young Women's toclety
of tho First Raptlst church at a dinner
last evening at the Paxton hotel. Covers
wero laid fof.
slty looked after the rousting of it young
pig Thonfl attending thn dinner were:
Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Huyward,
Mr. ami Mrs. Dexter Ruell,
Mr, mirI Mm. (,'hurlcH Junod,
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Myron llaywurd,
Mr. mill .Mrs. FnmucI llee. Jr.,
Mr, und Mm. Frederick Rlebel, Jr.
MIm l.utiivttu Cop cute! mined In
formally at' bridge Friday afternoon.
Those prevent wer:
Dora Has. .Grace Mnrphy,
Lllllnn JohnNbift Glailv llbdgin,
Lauretta (.'opt'. '
, Mesduines-' ' Mesdames'-
0. W. Hfornlmugli, It. O, LonsfiVoker.
K. H. Wnid. ' ,
Titlifi Kunenlb 'Whltmbre ' gave ,'a ' f'ox
party Friday evening at the Rrandels to
ee May llobsoii in "One Night Out." In
tho party wrtc:
Captain nnd Mrs. Krady of Fort Crook,
Mlsa Mildred KogriH,
Miss Eugenie Whltmorr, '
Mr. Elmer. Cope, . - .
Ueuteimnt Frank, MqCillir.
Mra Arthur And&rsoii of Plattsmouth
entertained a box party Saturday after
noon to see Miss Robson, Her guests
wero Mrs. Cjiarle Snyder, Miss Nona
Snyder. Mis Wilson, Mrs. Genevieve
Gorman, Master Valdo Garmnn, Mrs.
Mr, Hnrt Plckrel of Beward, Neb., and
Miss KnU Hlgley of Omaha were united
In inurriago at Beward, Neb., November
SS, which comes aa a greHt surprise to
iter Omaha friends.
Lyra Singing Sooiety.
The Lyra Singing society' will glyo a
dance at ho German Home Wednesday
Golden Glow Club.
Golden Glow club met Thursday with
Mrs. P. Perkins, when the guests the
club were Mrs. W. H. Heft. Mrs. TV.
Wlggs, Mrs. Rea. Mrs, H. Johnson, Mm.
A. F. Gates und Miss Clara. Berry, Prizes
were won by Mrs. Musgrave, Mrs. Win-
quert and Mra. AVerrman.' Next regular
meeting will be December 19 with Mrs.
I.. J, Wlthrow. Members present at last
B. W, Fonts,
F. B. Sheets,
A. Gates. Jr. ;
C II. Oaten.
W. O, Gooch.
Tom Moore Club.
Monday evening the Tom Moore Social
club will give Its bi-monthly dancing
party nt Turner hall, Thirteenth and
Fort Crook Notei.
Lieutenant Arthur J. Davis of Fort
Crook has received notice of his transfer
to the Philippine service at Manila, the
transfer to be made on or about Feruary
Lieutenant Davis married the daugh
ter of John J. lngalls, rormer united
States senator from Kansas and author
of the famous poem "Opportunity." Mr.
'and Mrs. Davis ore prominent In both
army and social circles about Omaha and
their removal causes much regret.
Brownell Hall Notes.
Wednesday, December 11, from ii to 8,
tlyre. will be an exhibition ot the work
ot the domestic art .department of Brown
ell Hall and a sale ot urtlci'es of arts and
crafW design, suitable forChrfstmoa gifts,
under the dlrebtlon of ' Sfbis Augusta
Knight, Instructor In art
A daughter was born to Mr; and Mrs.
William Ii Haynes of Flat, Neb- Tues
day at tho home of Mm. ' llaynes'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dake. Mm.
Haynes .was formerly Miss Gertrude
Dake of this city.
Mohler is Not In
on the II, P, Secrets
President Mohler of the Union Pacific
has returned and so far as knowing what
results are to follow the divorcement ot
the Pacific roads, he Insists that he is
ns Ignorant as the most commonplace
layman. He says that he has not been
taken Into the confidence of those -who
are In control of the plans that are to be
outlined, and therefore knows nothing ot
what has, or Is to happen, aside from
what he has read In the newspapers.
So for as the Salt Lake meeting- was
concerned, according to Mr. Mohler, there
was no person present who had any au
thority to suggest, or even Intimate a
plan ot future reorganisation or opera
So far as the divorcement of the Union
and Southern Pacific Is concerned, every
thing was performed months ago except
securing the court decision and trans
ferring the stock. The court decision is
now in and the transfer of stock and the
plan of operation and reorganization will
be worked out In New York within the
next ninety days. Here nothing In on
official way will be known until the or
ders come from the executive committees
that will hold their meetings In New York
For Mr. and Mrs, Saxe.
Mr. and Mra. Luther Kountie will en
tertain Mr. and Mrs. Martin Saxe of New
York at supper this evening, the other
guests being Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Knuntze and .Mr. und Mrs. Ward Rurgees.
For Mr. hnd Mrs. Beall,
Mm, F. JI. Davis "gave a luncheon
Friday for Mrs. Beall, guest of Mrs. Vic
tor Caldwell. Covers were laid for eight,
the guests being all old friends ot Mrs.
Beall. The latter was also guest at a
small luncheon Thursday given by Mrs.
C. E. Yost.
Oreighton Dancing Party, .
Students of the Crelghtou Pharmacy
college will give the second informal
dance at the Rome hotel next Wednes
day evening, t
Birthday Club. .
Members ot the Birthday club wero
entertained by Mrs. I. C. Mynater Thurs
day. The afternoon was spent at cards
to Come In for the
New Hotel Project
Stock subscriptions to the new hotel
project now amount to $212,000, the fol
lowing being reported Saturday!
HUDscrjptlons already reported 1300,700
Elizabeth Dufrene... j.ooo
...urns, uiiMiter oz 1.0, .......
DrvLe Roy Crummer ,,,
Adams & Kelly Co....,....,,.
M. C. Peters Mill Co
E. M. Alkln
Smith Brick Co, 5,000
Scott & HI 1
F. JI. Meyera ..........
K D, Spalding
Jack Sharp .
J. C. Sharp
JOHNSON LEAVES OMAHA
FOR POSITION IN THE EAST
James C. Johnson, who for' tour years
and a half has been advertising and mall
order manager of the Schmoeller &
Mueller Piano company, Has been en
gaged by the Larkin company of Buf
falo, N. Y,, as sales manager, with his
headquarters at Buffalo. Aside from his
record as a successful soles 'promoter and
organizer ot sales organisations, Mr.
Johnson has been active in civic and
church affairs. He Is a charter member
of the Omaha Ad club and has delivered
before that organization several addresses
relating to advertising and selling. He
is a charter member of the Trl-City
Baraca union and hase served three
terms aa president ot that organization
and wm elected president for the fourth
consecutive time in October.
Rev and Mrs. W. Jasper Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Reibel, Jr.. en-
The Orpheus Club.
The pupils of 'the Boyd and Branded
School of Acting. of Monday,, Wednesday
and Friday evenings have organized i
club which Is to Im known as "'Tho
Oprheum club.'' The members the
Messrs, Maurice Clark, Ray Manning,
Luurenoe Payne,. Joe Burger. Misses
Nellie Gray, Marie Yard. Violet Manlng,
Vera Fralr. Iva Clark. Kthil Island, Dott
Dixon nnd Kthel Estes.
The club- will jtlve a series of dancing
parties this winter. The next one will be
given on New "Year's night 'at Gardener
Mrs. William Sursher entertained
the Comas cluk'rhursday afternoon
Mrs. Fred Deun wis a guest of the civ.
Miss Mabel K. Whltehouse wpn the prize
Those present wero.
J F. Dlmlrk.
E. B. Ferris.
P. J. Lurmoti..
P. O, Jennings,
T. G. Granville.
Miss Mabel B. Whltehouse.
William K. Swisher
Kensington Club Luncheon.
The Friday Aftarnoon Kensington club
was entertained at a progressive lunch
eon Friday. The first course waa served
t the home of Mrs, B. O. Carson, the
second at the home ot Mra. A. Sculedt
The Importance of the Busy Jewelers
Early preparation for every kind of human want Is apparent to
"everyone, for everybody Is buying, - i
Th House That Nvr Dcivd You
in advertising or In soiling you, and you take no risk in anything
you buy here.
Wo are wonderfully equipped for your business In either
Made-to-order or ready-made, N
For queenly matron or modest maid;
Jewels and wares for child or man,
Produced by nature or human hand.
7 This Week's Window Bargains Will Be
Better than ever
Remember we're making up for what the building operations
deprived ulof this summer and fall, and we are using every honor
able means to do it.
Ivory Clocks, $1.00
Ivory Manicure Pieces, 50c
Ivory Photo Frames, 50c
Ivory Child's Sets, $2.50
Folding Coat Hangers, 75 c
(In Leather Case.)
Nut Pick Sets, 50c.
and promptness of
Boar la mind also the excellence
JKWEUtV WOUK AND ENGRAVING.
Open Till a This Week Evenings Next Week.
T. L COMBS &C0.Jhe Busy Jewelers
15U0 Douglas St,
DRS. MACH ft MACH
aeesssors to Bailey h Macs
The largest and beat equipped dental
office In Omaha. Experts In charge of
all work, moderate prices. Porcelain
fillings ust like the tooth. All Instru
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f . ..
"The Store of Best Values"
I ' ' '))
This is the store
of many gifts for
every member of
the family, Some
ful formal dress
watch fobs, dainty
linked Vest chains
which arc now
in favor among the
best dressers and
other articles that
will be dearly ajv
predated by any
man1 young or
old are displayed
"A gift for every
Omaha' oldeit etlab
Sixteenth at Hartley.
C. B. Brown Co.
MONDAY we extend a coi'dial invitation to every
one in Omaha to visit our store and inspect our large
and beautiful stock. We will not ask you to buy. "Just
take- a look, anyway. ' '
' And Pearl
Gold Jewelry .
Exquisite Bar Pins 4 Inches long. 25 different
styles, 100 Unlqun Rings, friendship Circle Broochen,
Chain Bracelet". Lorgnettes and Chains, Lavnllleni,
Waist Sets, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Earrings, Cameos
with Platinum Mountings. Ci lino. Oriental Pearl Neck
laces, from 913B.00 to 93,600.00, Trays full of Seed
Meylan Extni Thin High Grade Swiss Watches.
Howard. Hamilton, rclgtn, Waltlinm and a splendid
stock of Bracelet Watches, from 910.00 up.
POK. OKKTIIEMEW Woldmlre Vest Chains, Kobs,
l'ull Dress Links and Studs, Scarf Pins, Cuff Links,
Gold Knives, Gold Pencils, Cigar Cutters, Key Kings
and Key Chains, Gold Cigarette Cases and a stock of
. FOE, WOMEH Luvalllers 95.00 and up; Lockets
and Chalnn, Lorgnettes and Chains, Bracelets. Bar Pius,
Barretts. Bock Combs. Siesh Bans. Card Canes. Belt
I Pins, Slipper Buckles, Vanity Boxes, Violet Holders.
r Mahogany ChestH of Flat Ware. Tea Sets. Coffeo
SotBt Punch Sets, Candlesticks, Meat Platters, Vegetable
Dishes Sahdwlch Trays, Baakots arid Vases, Dfeuser
Mlrrorn, Photo Frames.
Toilet Sets for Men and Women
roa MEW Cigarette Cases, Cigar Cases, " Card
Cases, Eyeglass Cases, Any Lodge Card Cases, Shaving
Mirrors, Cigar Cutters, Pocket Knlves( Pocket Ilules,
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rOE WOMEIT Vanity Casos, Card Cases, Mesh
Bags, Coin Holders, "VUtt Sets, Enameled Lorgnette
Chains. - (
(FOB MEW Cigar Cases. Gold or Stiver Corners.
Card Cases, Bill Books, Coin Purses, Vallsos with Toilet
FOB LADIES Hand Bags. Extra Thin Traveling
Sets, Manicure Sets, Traveling Drinking Cups, Pullman
Slippers, Folding Traveling Clocks, 910.OO.
Meat Platters, Vegetable DUhea, Gravy Boats, As
paragus Dishes, Coffeo Sets, Casseroles, Pie Dishes, etc.
Umbrellas and Canes, and Thermos Bottle and Caraffes. We have
also a splendid stock of High Grade Gold Filled Jewelry at Popular Prices.
All Goods Marked In Plain Figures. One Price.
A Splendid Stock of Hawk's
High Grade Cut Glass
C B. BROWN Co
jewelers SIXTEENTH AND PARNAM STREETS.
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The A. M. Davis' line of Christmas cartls antl folders with a personal
' message anil i clever saying In each.
Waterman's and .Moore'K lVtintain Pens, Gentlemen's Hill Books,
Card Cases and Cigar Casea Lawyers' llriof Cases.
Crane's Ueautiful Jtoxes of Stationery Dennison's Handy Boxes.
The Moyer Stationery Company
1010 Faruam Street.
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qrO ADVERTISE our new location
-L we are, commencing with JNov.
9th and continuing one week, giving
a discount of 20 on Hair Goods.
IDEAL HAIR PARLORS
New Location 240 State Bank Bldg. Phne Dsug. 6185
THE TWENTIETH (E1WRY FARMER
fa the Leading Agricultural Jouru-i of the west. Its columns are
filled with the beat thought of the day In matters pertaining to
the farm, the ranch and the orchard, and It la a factor In tho
development of the great western countrjr.