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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BBK: JANUARY 5, 1913.
CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
Most Wonderful January Sale
Gigantic Reductions on Our Entire
Stock of Women's
Thousands of women's and misses' coats, suits, dresses, skirts, furs, waists, petticoats
and children's coata; the best, wearing apparel from the best designers In America. All of this mammoth
stock Is being cleared out regardless of cost. Here's a January sale that Is making The Nebraska the center
or attraction for bargain seekers. Monday's bargains will be of extraordinary Interest. We can Itemize only
a few of tho many great bargains for Monday's selling. Take your share.
Women's $2S and $31 Suits $10.00 Woman's $25 to $35 Coats at -$15.00
Women's $10and $15 Iresses $5.00 Misses' $18 Coats Monday at $5700
Women's $20 and $22,58 Coats $10.00 Mints' $15 Coats Monday at $7.90
I Three Brides of the New Year
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VISITORS ENLIVEN SOCIETY
Many Are Planning Trips to Warmer
Climes for the Winter.
ENGAGEMENTS ARE ANNOUNCED
SlUa Amy Gllmorn I. to XVetl Mr.
Clnnd M. White I'lnn. Are
.M for filer- Club Concert
MONDAY Original Cooking club, theater
party to sen "Officer 6C0;" Mis Isabel
l.owilen, itudlo tea; Mr. and Urn. J. It,
Fleming, golden wedding anniversary,
reception; M-. Oeorga Flack, tlieator
party for Mies Allco Carter and the
Misses Joyner of Cambridge, Mass.",
Fort Crook Kensington club meeting at
tlio homo of Mrs. j, c. Brady,
Tl'EflDAY-Tuesday Morning Musical
rlub at the homo of Mrs. Fred Nunh;
Mrs. V. H. Poppleton, luncheon for the
Original Coo kins: club; Mn 1'. C.
Moriarty. luncheon for Mlti Helen
rtcoblo; Captain and Mrs. Bamuel Noyes,
Evening Hrldiro club at Fort Crook.
WEDNESDAY Miss Jessie Millard,
French luncheon for Miss Helen Scoble;
Mr, Louis Nuttman. Afternoon Bridge
club at Port Crook; Nebraska University
nlumnl banquet at the University club.
THURSDAY Mlsa Margaret Oreer Baum,
Debutants llrldsfo club; Tuesday Morn
Ins Musical club concert by Max Lan
dovr at Young; Women's Christian as
soclatlon, Mrs. Frank Sheets, hostess of
.luanlta Card club; Mada Society
dancing party at Turner hall.
Fill DAY Mrs. V. P. Baxter. Amateur
Musical club; hop at Fort Crook; stu
dents' musical at University of Omaha.
A number of Interesting viators were In
Omaha for the holiday season.
Miss May Egan or Kansas City arrived
Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Carmcl.
lta Chase Wednesday. Miss Egan Is the
daughter of J. M. Egan. president of the
Metropolitan streot railway system of
( Kansas City and was a schoolmate of
.Miss Chase at Bryn Mawr colleen. Miss
Egan returns to her home today.
Miss Elixabeth Fleming of Burlington.
,1a.. was the guest of Miss Burkloy and
assisted at the debut reception given by
(Mr. Burkley for his daughter. Severn I
affairs were given In honor of Miss
Fleming before her departure Friday.
Miss Helen Hayden of Washington, D,
P., formerly of Omaha, has arrived to
visit relatives and friends and In her
honor many affairs are being gvrn.
Misses Melanle and Elizabeth Joyner of
Cambridge, Mass., who are spending the
holidays with Misses Alice and Ruth
Carter, will return east the latter part
of the week.
Mr. Henry R. Wilson of New York
spent New Year's as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William Bears Poppleton.
Another promlnont guest was Mr. Ru
pert Henry Whltcomb, a member of the
faculty of Bt. Luke's school at Wayne,
near Philadelphia. Pa. Mr. Whltcomb Is
well known In the musical and literary
world and has recently enterod the field
of musical composers. Mr. Whltcomb
was the guest of Miss Mary Munchhoff,
whom he met last summer In Europe.
While In Omaha Mr. Whltcomb was en
tertained by a number of friends and
former pupils. He was also entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Joalyn and enjoyed
playing on the fine pipe organ In the
Mrs. Penlck of Louisville, Ky., Is
spending the month of January here with
her sister, Mrs. Cowgtll, and Mr. Cow
gill. Mr and Mrs. HoxJe Clark of Villa Bel
vldere, New York, are the guests of Mrs.
Charles E. Squires, and numerous social
affairs are being given by their many
Miss Lillian Morgan of Portland, Ore.,
the guest of Miss Orets, Lane, will leave
Rev. Robert B. H. Bell and Mrs. Bell
and their two children, who spent th
holidays here, left Wednesday for Kear
ney. Neb., where Mr. Bell will take up
Institute work with Bishop Beecher.
Dr. Roger Throop Vaughan has re
turned to Chicago, and Mr. Vaughan
and little daughter will remain another,
week visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Lord.
Creighton Glee Clnb.
The Creighton University alee club con-
2ZRS. OHA$.i: TOBEY
cert nt he Boyd thcuter on the evening
of January 1 will be tho most ImiKirtnnt
social event df tho Btudent year, and nil
of the. underxraduntcs urn looking for
ward to the ovent. It Is tho ono occasion
during the year when nil tho students of.
all the departments congregate, and with
one accord glvo themselves over to hii
evening of pure enjoyment In an enter
tainment. That the social sldo.of the affair 1b by
no means Confined to the student body Is
evidenced by tho Interort taken by the
nlumnl. Many box and theHter parties
are planned. Tlio patronesses are;
KJ. V AlUson.
King C. Burton.
Charles 1). Beaton,
A. M. Borglunn
H. . Burkley,
W. M. Bushman,
T. P. Byrne,
V. H. Coffmnn.
R, W. Connell,
L. F. Crofoot.
T. U. Cuming.
H. 8. CurtUs,
J. M. Daugherly,
F. T. Hamilton,
F. P. Hamilton.
C. W. Hamilton,
Stella Hamilton. -Opholla
Thomas J. Kelly,
T. F. Kennedy,
J. A. C. Kennedy,
A. V. Klnsler.
T. J. Mahoney,
J. A. Mcfihane.
A. B. McConnell,
F. A. Nosh,
I C. Nash.
C. J. Smythe,
B. A. Wlckham.
Mary Alice Rogers,
Off for California.
California vems to be jlhe mecca for n
larger number of Omuhans this winter
than usual. Mr. Kdwnrd Updike and
family will leave January S to spend tho
winter with Mr. P. H. Updike and family
at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wattles and Misses
Margaret and Mary Wnttlos will lenvo
about the first of February to sptnd two
or threo months at their beautiful winter
I home. "Junlltu," at Hollywood, near Is
Mrs. Stewart of Panada, who has been
I the guest of her brother, Mr Franklin
Boulter, and his ylfo, leaves for Cali
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Morsman and their
niece,. Miss lV'pr, leave for Poronado
Beach, Cat., whore they always spend the
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess have given
up their house for the winter and are at
the Colonial until thslr departure for
Mr. Fred Krug and family leave the
mlddlu of the week for Los Angeles,
where they will remain during the bal
ance of the winter. They will go by way
of Bt. Louis, wliero they will visit friends
a few days.
Patronesses for Musicals.
The largest soolal affair ut tin Uni
versity of Omaha this week will be the
mualcale which the students will give
Friday evening for the benefit of tho
As yet the glee club of the university Is
not large enough to make It practicable
to glvo a concert, so to take the place of
this It was decided to give a musical In
which most of the numbers would be
given by soloists. During vacation those
on the conjmlttre have been workljig -to
make the concert a success.
This will be the first musical event
given by the students and It Is anticipated
that It will be an annual afaalr, except
that In the future It will be given by the
glee club of the university and will rivnl
the annual gala day In Interest. Thoie
who will take part In tho entertainment
Friday will bo:
Harry S. Dlsbrow. baritone.
Jean O. Jnnos, accompanist.
Beatrice Biinghart. reader.
Edwin Rolls, pianist.
With tho cxcoptlon of Mr. Jones all
participating aro connected with the
school. Mr. Dlsbrow Is a member of tho
freshman class. Miss Banghart Is director
of tho depnrtmont pf oratory at tho uni
versity. Mr. Retls Is a member of the
freshman class and played on tiio com
mencement program of tho last graduat
ing class of tho Omaha High schoqi.
Tho following patronesses have been
M. O. Maul.
O. W. Morrow.
Hugh .Myers, ,
A. C. Busk.
A. R. Wells,
F. T. Rous,
K. V. araff,
J. P. Lord.
I. H. Vunce,
D. C. Bryant,
, W. tJ?r,aJiam,
F, D. Wcftd.
a. vr. uurpenter,
C. 8. Hjiyward,
P. W. Kuhns,
E. n. Curry,
I E. Orcutt,
C. A. Alden.
Miss Ruth A, Hanson.
For Church Sooiety.
Miss FeiVlH Claggett entertained the
Young People's society of the Henderson
Memorial church at her homo on Forty.
eighth and Pierce streets Friday. The
ovenlng was spent with games. Te
Qurtha Long, I.oul!e Clavier.
Kvelyn RooBslg. Gertrude Roesslg.
Emma Wesenberg, Ferris Claggett.
9or;Jenlng. Earl Stevens,
John Black. Alfred Johnson,
5Pon ,9an,li- Everett tlauts.
Floyd Hensman, Albert ClagKett.
An informal party was given Thursday
evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kloth
Wilson by Mrs. Harry A. Wilson und Mrs.
Grant Parsons at tho homo of the latter.
Mr, and Mrs. Wilson were reoently mar-
Her Engagement Announded
Women's IiIk'i Rrndo
tailored wnista -slightly
worth up to 82.00
John A. Swanson, Pros.
iVin A Slurnnerm Proa
Wm. L. Holzman, Treas.
rlcd at Fort Morgan, Colo., and go to
Plovts, Cal., to make their home.
A musical program was rendered by
Miss Helen Bennet, pianist, and Mrs. Roy
Blane Tedrow and Harry Dlsbrow. vocal-
lHts. Those, present were: Misses Eliza
beth Rooney, Helen Bonnet, Ann Prange,
Mario Simpson, Elveru L'ndstrom, Mildred
Mildred Cronk and Emily Bridges. Mrs
H. A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Klcth WI1-
t,on. Mr. and Mrs. Alphenus J. Simpson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant Parsons, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Blane Tedrow; Messrs. 1 Tarry
DlsbroY, Thornton West and Melvln
Tho CliryHanfaicmum club gave an Or
pheum party Friday ovonlng, with Mrs.
O. 13. Prlntz as chaperonc. Those pres
' of Kearney,
O. E. Prlntx '
of Chicago, III.
Margnrdt E:k '
E. V. HaiiHon,
W. W. Fischer,
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wagner enter
tained ' at "dinner Friday ovenlng. The
decorations were red carnations and holly
and the lights wcro shaded In red. Those
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Jenks,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dempster,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hervey.
Mrs. E. C. Saunders of Little Falls, N. Y.
Mr. Richard Wagner.
Home Coming Tea.
Mlsa Isabel Lowden will celebrate her
return to Omaha with an Informal tea
Monday afternoon at her studio, at which
It Is expected many of her old friends
and patrons will be present. Miss Lowden
wo unavoidably detained In Chicago
much longer than she expected owing to
complications in, connection wtlh the pro
duction of her play, "The Princess Snow
Whlto," but will now tako up her work
hero with, renewed energy. MIbs Lowden
will be assisted Monday by Misses Violet
Josyln, Pauline Bourke, Ruth Latensr
Kotherlno McCIanahan, Todd and Mildred
Wfljn8jrtS7.50 Chiffon Waists at, $3.98
WgggnjjZ'BO High Grade Skirts at$3.9a
Children's up to $10.00 Coats at $3.98
Woman's $3,50 Silk Petticoats at $1.98
Women's $10,00 Fur Sets at $5.00
Women's $18.75 Fur Sets at,,, $10,00
Women's $25 and $30 Fur Sets at,..$ 1500
Women's $3,50 Long Kimonos at,. ..,,,$1.45
stunning white lingerie dresses that retailed from 15 00 to $50 00
$5-S779F$1 0-STFS22. 50
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. Brandeis Stores
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' Wm I IfSIS K Special This Week
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Merrlam, Rose Smyth and Helen Matters.
Mrs. Klttelson will read "The Transfig
uration of Miss Phllurn."
Saturday David Caldwell, the youngest
son of Mr, and Mrs. Victor Caldwell,
gave a matinee party at tho Brandeis,
followed by a dinner at his home. The
party included Miss Elizabeth Rtngwalt,
Miss Grace Smith, Miss Helen Smith, Miss
Elsa McFarland, Miss Cornell McFarland,
Lewis Burgess, Don man Kountze, Rich
ard Page and Robert Lord.
Mr. Andrew Ellison Vlnsonhalcr gave
a luncheon and .matinee party Friday at
the Orpheum, at which his guests were
Richard Page. Denman Kountie, Dick
Stewart. Same Carlisle, Stuart Summers,
Cleary Hanlghen, Robert and Harry
Burkley, David Caldwell, Harkness
KounUe and Robert Downs.
Mrs. Richard Orin Webste'r. entertained
at 'luncheon Saturday In honor of" Mrs
At- G. BUlmeyer of Lincoln. The tabl-j
decoratloks were In yellow and white and
covers were laid for Misses Erma ones,
Verna Hayes, Julia. Solomon, Elsie Prew-
1) r o a tl c 1 o th and
fancy mixture coats
S10 and S12.50
Itt and Mrs. A. G. BUlmeyer of Lincoln.
Miss Harle Howe entertained Friday
evening at her home In honor of John
O'Connor, who h4 1iAn nfttanlltnir flnnpf..
! tOWIl lintversltv. Thnnn TMein n-.ra.
Helen Kearney. Katheiine Graham,
Clara Walsh. Ethel Kelly,
Emma Bruce, Nell Payne,
Luclle Duff', Edna Black.
Margaret Dowllng, .Marie Howe.
John O'Connor, Howard Redmond,
Phillip Clarke, James J. Riley,
Joseph Brady. Harry Begley,
John Spellman, Ray Manning,
Frank Taylor, R. D. Roberts.
Miss Marie Freeland entertained the
Sigma Da Ma club members at her home
New Year's evo. Those present wore;
Misses 1 Misses
Emma Ramer, Judith Johnson,
Opal Crlmbllss, Laura Myers,
fiylvla Hover. Marie Freeland.
Lulu Gibson. Arthur Westergard,
Vernon Ragan, Archie Hope,
Carlton Swiler, Warrun Johnson.
The marriage of Miss Beulah Shinier,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shlmer,
and Mr. Charles F. Tobey took place
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