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Traveling Bags and Suit
Cases, Traveling Bags
fitted with toilet arti
cles, Manicure sets,
Oases, Drinking Oups
and Flasks, Ladies'
hand bags, Men's card
cases, Photograph trav
eling frames. Jewel and
Stick Pin Oases, Collar
bags and Toilet Rolls
fitted in Ivory and
Good Leather Goods
903 FAENAM STREET
Phone Douglas 273.
Safety Gartor Purse
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i mnra lrmu of
money and t1u-
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mvun rrom now
tag. The pMttit
purse sntolirs and
robbers var devised.
Secret, convenient &
secure. Made lu var
iety of soft, flexible
leathers. Leather lin
od. Has two compart,
mflntfl. PLnr. for
bills, coins. Jew
els, chamois St
fancy buckle. A beautiful purse In
every wayJFrlco 91 postpaid. Order
3ULSTXXTTEH O-ASTEB FUB8S CO-,
Sox 407. Omaha, ITebr.
HOTELS Aim OAFE9.
Soprano Soloist and
Hotel Loyal Orchestra 1
Albin Huster, Director.
Every evening from 6 to 8
Hotel Loyal Cafe
"Omaha's Best Place to Dine"
TABZkB d'HOTE DIHTTEH, 600
SUNDAY, DEO. 8, 1913.
From 8:30 to 3 F. K
celery Radishes Young Chicken
Prime Beef Au Jus
Roost Domestic Goose, Apple Sauce
Pried Sprlns Chicken, Cranberry Jelly
or Braized Pork Tenderloin
grrnlt Salad Hot Rolls
Fried 0 trine Beans
Frozen Esrrj Nob's" With Cake
Green Apple Pie
en. Coffeo 51 Ilk
DAINTY "BATS" FOR.
at our two downstairs lunch
and soda rooms. Excellent ser
vice and moderate prices.
Downstairs at 16th and Dodge
Downstairs at the Owl
16th and Harnoy Streets.
Sin: UMAX & McCONNELIi
TBY TSZ SEW
ASA a COOKE
Week Day nncheon 380
Table d'Kote Dinner boo
Special Sunday Dinner SOo
to to 7 p. m.)
ALSO A I.A CARTE SERVICE
34th St. East at Park Ave.
Subway Entrance NEW YORK
The World's Most
Each room with a bath,
Single room, with bath, $3, $4, $5, $6, ytt
Double room, with bath, $5, J6, $7, $8, per
Double bedroom, boudoir dreuing room and
bath. $7. $10, $12. per day.
Suites, parlor, bedroom and bath, $10, $12,
14. SIR. rwrf.v
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P.M.HUliard, Afannging Director
Walton H. Marshall, Manager
Doing in tlie World
RS GIvOIlOK U. DA11U, who la
one of the prominent club
women of the city, lias been
re-elected as president of the
Daughters of 1S12 at the an
nual election of officers.
which took place Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Andrew Trnynor.
Mrs. Darr Is not only an ardent worker
In this capacity, but Is the president ot
the P. 13. O. society ana one of the as
sistant leaders In the literature depart
ment of the Omaha Woman's club.
She has been a resident of Omaha for
Several years and her advice and earnest
work havo been Rreatly appreciated by
the societies and clubs ot which she Is
It was largely throush the efforts of
Mrs. Darr that the members of the
Daughters of 1S12 were able to prcsont
the Omaha High school with the memor
ial tablet at their centennial.
The resolutions adopted by the Ne
braska Suffrage association convention,
which met In Omaha December I, 5, ,
were ns follows:
Whereas, The Nebraska Woman's Sut
fratro association, assembled In Its thirty
second annual convention, recoKiilrrs Its
Indebtedness for courtesies extended by
the city of Omaha, the mayor and his
secretary, Miss Malone, the Commercial
club, and Mr. Parrlsli, chairman publicity
bureau: the Ak-Sar-Uen secretary, Mist
Hughes; Manager Byrne of the Orpheum,
and tho Omaha Woman's club; therefore,
Resolved, That the convention extends
greetings and our hearty thanks to these
organizations and individuals.
And, whereas, The success of this con
vention and the comfort and pleasure of
tho delegates 1r due to tho efficient labor
of the following committees:
The local committee, Mrs, John X.
The entertainment committee, Mrs.
George Havcrstick, chairman.
Tho credentials committee, Mrs. J. M.
The registration commlttee,Mrs. C. J.
The badges committee, Mrs. S. A.
The reception committee, Mrs. Charles
T. Kountze, chairman.
The publicity committee,' Mrs. Harry
The finance committee, Mrs. Mary
The decorations committee, Mrs. T. M.
The Information bureau, Mrs. N. C.
Woman's club reception committee,
Mrs. R. V. Cole, chairman.
Omaha Woman's club, Mrs. C. W
Therefore, be It Resolved. That this
convention extend to these fellow work
ers our grateful acknowledgement of
their services and our sincere wish that
as full measure of success bo theirs In
all futuro undertakings an characterizes
their management of this convention, and
that we oxtend heartiest thanks to the
press of the city for their full reiorts.
and to all others who have contributed
to the success of the convention.
Whereas, Wo bellove In tho Nebraska
state motto, "Equality beforo the law,"
nnd think It should apply to women
equally with men, and.
Whereas, We think that equal suffrage
Is democracy true to Itself, therefore.
Resolved, That wo claim an equal right
with men to the election franchise, and
hereby request that that right be granted
by an amendment to the state constitu
tion allowing women to vote.
Resolved, That we congratulate the
states of Kansas, Oregon, Arizona and
Michigan on' adopting the amendments to
their constitutions, granting the suffrage,
to their women; Kentucky, on granting
school suffrago to women; the nation, on
now "having ten states which are democ
racies In fact as well an In name, nnd
the National American Woman's Suffrage
association, on the great increase In Its
membership during the last year.
Resolved, That the Nebraska Woman's
Suffrage association in its official acts
and relations remain in the present as In
the past, strictly nonpartisan.
Whereas, We are appalled at the horror
and enormity of the whlto slave traffic
through whloh, according to recent
authority. 300,000 women ore vlctlmB of
greed and lust.
Resolved, That we demand the ballot as
a means of aiding good and truo men to
the enactment and enforcement of laws
which shall deal effectively with this evil.
Resolved, That wo heartily endorse tho
action of the General Federation of Wo
man's Clubs of 1912, in recommending tho
study of good government to Its members
In preparation for future citizenship, and
we promise to co-operate with this move
ment in so far as we are able.
Resolved, That we go on record as fa
voring tho mothers pension and work
man's compensation acts, and thaf we
also approve of the distribution of con
vict labor profits among their families.
Resolved, "Wiat we also memorialize
congress to add to our national constitu
tion article 16, to read on follows: "The
right of citizens of the United States to
vote shall not be denied on account of
sax." Congress shall have power by ap
propriate legislation to enforce the provi
sions of this article.
Resolved, That we urtro upon every suf
fragist to subscribe for the Woman's
Journal, and do everything possible to
place It in the hands of our opponents
and the reading public generally.
We recognize tho family as tho unit In
the foundation of society, and roBolve to
uphold the sanctity of the marriage
vows, and by worthy example. Christian
sympatny ana encouragement, keep
bright the halo of motherhood, and by
Intelligent supervision safeguard the edu
cation of our children and improve the
government under which they must live.
The social science department of the
Omaha Woman's club will hold their
regular meeting In the club rooms Mon
day afternoon at 2:15. The time has been
set a little earlier, owing to the fact that
many of the members of the department
are attending the lectures by Prof.
Grummon at the Omaha High school at
Dr. A. B. Somers will address the
women on the subject of "Eugenics," and
those taking part In the discussion fol
lowing the address will beN Dr. Abble
Virginia Holmes, Dr. Blenor Dai ley, Rev.
J. A. Leavltt and Mr. J. L. Qulnby.
Michigan has not won suffrage for
women after all. A good many ballots
bad to be ruled out on technicality and
tho amendment, with these gone, has
The Omaha Society of Fine Arts re
ceived forty-five new members during the
last three weeks. There are now only
twelve vacancies left.
Mayor Dahtman has asked that three
women of each woman's organization be
appointed to meet and confer with him
on a committee for civic Improvement.
AmonK those who have been chosen from
tho Fine Arts society are Mrs. A. C.
Smith, Mrs. Clement Chase and Mrs. T.
The next meeting pf the mualc depart
ment of the Omaha Woman's club will
be Thursday, December 12, at 2:15 p. m.,
at the Metropolitan club, with Miss Ruth
The twenty. ninth annual meeting of
the Women's fhllrtinli Temrterfinee
I union will bo held in the assembly room
1 H' - fjL t-v,- iiV" vl lYv ivV J I
NEW PRESIDENT OF DAUGHTERS ,,,e P"1"1 and the addresses of the
I afternoon will be given by Mr. J. C. John
OF 1812. ! son, president of tho Uaraca union, who
at tho Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation building Tuesday morning at 10
o'clock, when there will bo an oil day
session. Owing to the absence of Mrs.
Georgo Tllden, who is president of the
association,' Mrs. Edward Johnson, who
In vice president, will preside at the meet
ing. Tho annual reports of tho associa
tion will be given, and will bo followed
by a program of several vocal numbers
and readings. At the close of the meet
ing there will be an election of officers.
The regular meeting of tho Women's
Christian Temperance union will be held
at the Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation building Wednesday afternoon at
The art department of tho Omaha Wo
man's club will meet Thursday morning
at 10 o'clock In the club rooms,
Mrs. A. B. Somers will be the leader of
the morning an the subject will be" "The
Boston Museum of Fine Arts." Mrs.
Somers will be assisted by Mrs. M. O,
Plowman and Mrs. II. H. McDuff.
Tho Omaha chapter of tho Daughters of
the Confederacy will hold a meeting at
the homo of Mrs. A. D. Touzolln, Apart
ment B, Majestic, Tuesday afternoon,
The current topics department of the
Omaha Woman's club will hold Its meet
ing Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 at the club
Mrs. E. B. Towl will have charge of
WOMEN'S CLOTH COATS
of colors and
FUR SETS KB I!
Splendid black, grey and brown
will speuk on tho passing of tho recent
J ordinance by the city council providing
l for a social servlco bourd.
Mr. Uoy N. Towl, who Is a landscapo
engineer, will speak on the subject of
beautifying Omaha. Tho proposed cliff
drlvo will be suggested by Mr. Towl, and
tht tract of land south of Omnha for a
national rcservo will also be spoken of.
Mr. Earnest Raymond Mlsncr of Boston
will give a reading.
JOHN ROBINSON BAXTER
ENTERS AS LIEUTENANT
Advice has Just been received that John
Robinson Baxter, mm of Colonel John E.
Baxter, quartermaster corps, IT. S, A.,
depet quartermaster. Omaha, won an ap
pointment to a lieutenancy in the United
8tntes army, In the difficult competitive
examinations held In Washington, D. C.,
last September, and will soon bo commts
fjoned a lieutenant In tho Ninth United
States Infantry, In which his father was
commissioned from West Point In 18T7
and served for over twenty years.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
December 8, 1891 Herbert Henry Fish,
secretary of the Western Newspaper
Union, has eighteen years of married llfo
to hlB credit. Ella U Newberry was his
bride and IJncoln the sccno of the wed
ding. December 8, 1903 Mr. Morrison of Kan
sas City and Miss ioulso Tukcy, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tukcy, were
married at tho bride's home.
December 8, 1908 Lieutenant William I
Murphy and Miss Paulino W. Lowo were
united in wedlock at the Unitarian
church. Mrs. S. L. Bell was the bride's
only attendant. Messrs. Paul Hooglnnd,
Ralph Crandell, Frederick Murphy and
Harry Cockrell were the ushers.
December S, 1892 Mr. Herbert Crane
and .Mlas Jessie C. Cornel! were Joined
In matrimony at tho bride's home. Dean
Gardner .presided over tho ceremonies.
Messrs. C. I', llalllgan and A. M. Hop
kins wero the groomsmen, and tho bride
was attended by Misses Blanche Griffith
and Emma Swoboda. Mr. Crane was
well known In Omaha as a member 'of
the legal firm of Morrow & Crane and
he made qulto an enviable record at tho
Douglas county bar. The happy couple
enjoyed a wedding tour of a couple of
Worth to $15.00
300 Splendid CloUi Coats in Chinchillas, Cnrnculs, grey mixtures;
dlaiconal. elc, nplcndily made in the season's newest styles. TlirouKh
a fortunate purchase wo aro able to sell them MOuduy at
1 QllVICrU t9Ull&
Handsome tailored fiults in leading Ktvlr nml rubric.
W$rr hlrl star fn
The novelty 6,
; GIFTS FOR HOME FURNISHING
j Omaha Buyers Getting Presents tin
Will Endure for Years.
FURNITURE AND RUGS FAV0RE-
I.itcnl Shopper Arc Koltimtnir Kx
nmplr of i:nitm lltijrr nml
(icttlim Irtlelr thnt Are
Sure to l1enr.
I Oiiiahu buyers are following hopprs
' In the east In t licit purchnstna; this
ChrlstmHH. season, dolnt; their buyln
t early and a!o gettlnc gifts that are
l practical and aervtrtahlf. In tho east,
for several years, some of the leading
I merchants have been trying to gel tlis
mass of shoppers to pnirhase furniture,
' rug and other sTf of the kind thnt are
appreciated, both boeauro of their beauty
'and their practUablllty . Furniture. It ts
poluud out, wlU re inn in in the homo for
' years and give good service. Many homes
need one or inor pieces of furniture, and
the giving of these at Christmas time
i serves to save money that would need to
bo spent at some other time of the year,
Tho wise buyer can get the needed fur
niture or rugs for hN money by making
pi-est'ni a i v in laiinw.i mm win save
' money for his own pune during tho year
by doing this.
Ctftn Thnt l.nat.
The w'fe or daughter who Is goln to
get a present for papa or for brother
finds these recipients enJo a large Mnrrh
or fireside chair and thnt they also ap
preciate lumps. Tho brother, who proli
abb docs a large amount of rtndlng,
probahly will enjoy a lamp. This kind of
a K ft always Is present ns n reminder
of the dortor. so that the one who re
ceives tho present has his attention called
tD tho donor many times during the
llonuM Articles Wnntnl.
Omaha merchants, In doing their buying
for this winter, were careful to feel the
pulse of the buyers and to stock up with
. tho right kind of goods. So this fall the
I Omaha store are filled with serviceable
gift suggestions. Miller, Stewart & lleston
company, one of the leading furniture
homes of the west, carries a large line
ot Christmas gifts, offering hundred of
nrtlrlcH In the furniture line that make
Ideal Rifts. They also have niuny lamp
shades, cedar chests nnd other articles
that are useful nnd decorative In the
home. The line of oriental rugs carried
hero Is ono of tho best In the west. Tho
department Is In (Chargo of a. foreigner
who selected tho rugs and Imported
them. They are geuulno oriental rugs of
tho finest quality.
Research Club to
Give.Two Plays This
. Week at Oreighton
"The Wife." by David Itelasco, will
be presented by tho Research rluh under
the personal direction of Miss Mlllan
Fitch at the Crclghtoti uudltorlum 911
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. It will
bo preceded by a spurkllng on6 act com
edy, "The Superior Sex."
Tho cast of "Tho Wlfii;"
Mrs. Amory Mis Nell Creedon
Agnes Miss Cordtllla.' llaverlv
Milan Truman Mr, John Mulvlhlll
Helen Truman Miss Maude McArdle
Robert Gray Mr. John Rush
Kitty Ives Mis Mary Welch
Jack Dexter Mr. Jlminle O'Neill
Mrs. Ives Miss Eva Mahoney
I.uclln Ferriint Miss Edith Ucekmaii
Mathew Culver Mr. Harry Do Young
Moior l'utnam Mr. James Rlair
John Rutherford. Mr. Charles R. Dochcrty
Randolph Mr. Joseph McHherry
HynopslH of scenes:
Ait I. Mrs. Hen' villa, Newport, July.
Act H. Reception room at Senator Dox
ter's, Washington, D. C.
Act 111. Library at Senator Ruther
ford's, Washington, D. C.
Miss Helen Kern, vocal solo,
"Tho Suporlor Box" cast.
Emily Miss Winifred Donahue
Winifred Helen Drlscoll
Henrietta Margaret Mulvlhlll
.Flora Mary English
Virginia. Katherlne HeafcV
Julia Ruth Howard
Elizabeth t Fay Ratchford
Helen Helen Lowry
Edith Katherlne Regan
Hannah Nell Creedon
James Mr. John Hulpllie
Scene: The Penhroke home.
The cast Is exceptionally good and the
rehearsals have progressed with a smooth-
iichh that would do credit to actors of
a more advanced stage. Tickets can be
obtained from Hayden's or Hospe's muslo
department and also at Matthew's book
The success of this club Is largely due
to tho deep Interest shown by Its patron
esHcs: MIsh Stella Hamilton, Mrs. P, C.
Heafey, Mrs. Dcspecher, Mrs. McAdams,
Mrs. A, B. McConnell of Omaha, and
Mrs. J. M, Tanner, Mrs. Robert Porks,
Mrs. E. Blanchard and Mrs, Melcher of
South Omaha- Mrs. M. R. Murphy Is
Effort Made to Keep
Boys Out of Saloons
Juvenile authorities are making stren
uous efforts to check tho practice among
minors of going into saloons. Judge Ken
nedy In Juvenile court has sent three more
boys to the Rlvervtew homo for Infrac
tions of the rule. The authorities say
they are getting the co-operation of Che
saloon keepers In the matter and that
tho saloon men are growing more and
mora careful about selling liquor to those
whose maturity appears doubtful.
Serge SkirtsQ 1 50
tho newest models
Splendid wool berges and
Itemizes a few articles for
niotnrmrlo Tn'R department 1b In charge ot tho
JLMUIIIUUUb b08t informed "nem" man tn the
west, our Mr. Ryan, Sr. He buys much of our
stock In Europo personally.
HIiiks lft.00 to 95,000.00
Pendants no.00 to 1,000.00
Uar Pins 100.00 to fSOO.OO
Wntr-hnc Wo handle
VriUllied feature tho
of watch construction.
Men's Oold .
flolfl Tfwplrv Without exaKKoration the
vjuiu .iiurrviij largest assortment over assem
bled In Nebraska.
Gold Links , . . . . 9-1.50 up
Gold Dar Tins . . 4 .t.OO up
Gold Cuff Pins 1.00 up
Gold Mesh Dagi . . . . 150.00 up
Gold Clrgaretto Cases 70.00 up
China and Glass nTtcV "on St? 2:
China from the English, potteries ot Mlnton and
Copoland and pottory of Copenhagen. Glass
from tho Libber establishment.
China Plates, dozen 9 15.00 to 9175.00
China Dinner Sets 50.00 to 5CO.0O
Glass Howls 4.00 to $3.00
Ivory and Stationery omirft iTffl
popular. Stationery just Alls tho bill tor ho who
Ivory Toilet Sets 910.00
Ivory Manicure Sets 8.50
Dox Crane's Paper 75
Dox Initial Paper 1.00
CHvar In flatwaro wo
uistv to BOoct from. In tabloware evory nocoa
sary article of various designs, '
Sterling Spoons, sot . ...... 9 0.50
Chest, 112 Pieces 185.00
Jam Pot U.50
Loaf Sugar Basket 0.50
Stiver Frame, 4x5 3.75
shown. A wonderful showing ot silver toilet sets
at medium prices. Attractive pieces In leather
tor gentlemen and kindred Jewolry lines.
Ryan Jewelry Co.
15th and Douglas Streets
pppp aocdsr Rock Glue nlsio
riCiCt aso Stnr Droom Holder
to aareriiM tne4 ubaiui mnri. ir jou win
nr rUU miri'hant tn Amtrlca (or abort, thli
-will authorli him lo- OIVF) you both, inrrtlr to
hat jrou 1'HAIHE thapi to friend. It mtrcbanU
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