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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 19K
HONOR MRS. JED CREIGHTON
Students Hold Memorial for Wife of
Founder of University.
I I I I
i SOLEMN HIGH MASS IS SAID g
MENI PASTE THIS DATE IN YOUR HAT
WE OFFER YOU
CHOICE OF OUR
ENTIRE STOCK OF
Including tho famous "Atterbury Sys
tem" clothed, the finest nnd moat ex
clusive in the country.
"Whether the price were
$25.00, $30.00, $35.00, or oven $45.00
Orkln Bros, Main rioor.
, Colle;. Una firnvrn nnd Prnprrd
I Hlnre' ihf first Ilriinrat Other
Help Mnterlnllr In I'arrr
Ins; lint the Work.
DENVER GIRL TO MARRY OMAHA
MAN IN MARCH.
By MELLIFIOIA, Thursday, January 23, 1913.
, F THERE is a society woman lu Oinrvlui wild Iocb not wish alio could
Iliavo beou nt tlie Union Gould wedding, 1 do not liolluvo hIio would
want to admit It nnd not herself up iiBno different from litir BlstcrB.
A number of Omaha people hnvo boon In the circle of
acquaintance with Miss Gould, pcoplo chiefly around tho Union Pacific
headquarters, and alio has passed through Omaha several times, stopping
between trains,. but ho far ns I hnvo been able to learn none of tho select
list of one hundred Invitations whb addressed to any one lu Omaha.
That docs not mean, however, thnt folks hero have not been Inter
ested In tho big wedding. Tho women are discussing tho marvelous, wed
ding gown as described In tho dispatches, the wonderful rope of pearls, the
costly presents, nnd particularly the $.10,000,000 constituting tho bride's
fortune. Tho peculiar thing, 1 wns almost going to say strnngo thing, but
It 1b not strange, Is that no ouo scorns to think the lucky groom worth
more than a passing remark.
Board of Lady Managers.
Mr. Thomas J. Kelly is director of tae
Mendelssohn choir, but slnca the. annual
meeting Monday evening an "auxiliary
board of Imly mamiKcis wllhave charm
of the social und business uf falls of t'lc
Mr, I?rank II. Burchmorr. who was re
elected president, sBys that tho Mcndcls
fcohn oliolr believes In kccplm up with the
aplrtt of the times nnd giving the women
a voice lu the affair of tho club.
Mm. dialled T. Kountzo nnd Mrs.
Charles M. Wllhclm wero re-elected hon
orary vice presidents. .Mis. Thomas J,
Kelly nnd Miss Jiillet'McC'uric, vice presi
dents: Mr. Arthur V. Jcssen. treasurer,
nnd Albert A. Wedemeyer, secretary. Mr.
lieorge Beabury and Mr. lid ward aicaen
were placed on tho executive board to
succeed Messrs. Frank I. Ulllek mid John
S llelsren, resigned.
The new auxiliary board of managers
consists of the following women, wno
are alt members of the choir.
Miss Blanche 8. flolln.
Miss Blitabeth H. Forftuson.
Miss Evelyn Hopper. ,
Mrs. Martin W. Hush.
Miss Mary Mctihuhe.
Mrs. O. II. Osborne.
Miss Fannie Pratt.
Miss Henrietta M. Tteer.
Mrs. O. n Hamilton.
Miss rirace DoollMI.
Mrs. Samuel Frank.
Dinner Dance Club.
The Subscription Dinner Dance club,
composed of younger members of the
fount ry club, will mve a targe theater
j.arty this evening ax the Brandels. rrhero
the attraction is "Hie Butterfly on the
"Whsei." Following th theater, there
will be a suptwr nerved at the Omaha
c'.jb in the mens dining loom on the
second floor. After supper there, will be
dancing In the ladles' rafo. During sup
per an orchestra will give a program.
Th members of the club are:
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Wharton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hosrord
Mr. and Mrs. T. U Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Wlllard.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Turner, Jr
Mr. and Mm. Mosher Colpetzer.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCormlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tukey.
Mr. and Mrs. Denlse Bnrkalow.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Towle.
Mi. and Mrs. John Madden.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns, jr
Mr. and Mrs AV. T. Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Ixuls Clarke.
Mt and Mrs. (Icorge Redlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward O'Brien.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prltchett.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellnt.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nash.
Mr. and Mrs. Tien Cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doorly.
Mrs. Fred Iluech nas hostess at a
bridge luncheon Wednesday afternoon.
Bed cat nations were urcd In decoration
and the plltes wore awarded ' to Miss
Hunting. Mrs. Bchaeffer nnd Mrs, Wake
field. Those present were!
1 $p 1
The death of Mrs. Mary Lucretl
rrclghlon, wlfo of the founder or Crelgh
ton university, was commemorated with
n solemn high mass In ft. John's Cath
olic church yesterday. Mr. John I).
Veighton, .Airs. Matthew McOlnn, Mrs.
Furny, Mrs. Ittner and daughter Mary
were present, ns well as the entire stu
dent body of tho arts depHrtment. Rev.
M. Bronsgeest of St. John's parish was
the celebrant and was assisted by Hov.
William Qulnlan. S.- J., as deacon and
by Prof. Paruzynakl, .4 J.. ng sub-deacon.
Maty Lu.retla Crolghton was the wife,
of Edward Crclghlon, after whom the
collese Is namedi Kdward Crelghton
died intestate on November S, 1S74. He
had Intended to found a college, but he
passed away before the work was begun.
As ho left no 111, his wife was not
hound leaally to. carry out his plan But !
as h memorial to her husband's memory, I
Mrs. Crelghton made preparations for the
founding of an Institution. Death over
took her before she could execute her j
plans, and she died on January 23, IS76, ,
about two years aftr His death of f;d-'
In her will she left the sum of JIUO.000
for the founding of a college, half of
which was to be spent In buildings and
the other half Invested In securities, the
Interest of which was to maintain tho
school. The late John A. Crelghton,
James Crelghton and Herman Kountze
were named ns executors of the estate,
and the college, on conip"f:oii. was to be
turned over to tho right reverend bishop
of Omaha. Rev. James O'Connor was
then blshon and the property wns turned
over to him on July 1, li'it. Bishop O'Con
nor, finding It Impossible to handle the
Institution, transferred It to the Jesuit
order December 4, 1979.
Tho college opened on September 2,
1S7S, with MM students. Ono large struc
ture, the present main building, was
erected. It was numbered anions
Omaha's finest buildings.
Hard times struck the university :Jler.
but with the financial a'.d of John A.
Ciclghton and numerous others In Omaha,
the Institution has l.iado great strides. To
the main building has been added two
others of equal size, while a large house
library has been Installed. During all
theso yens no tuition has been charged.
The present astronomical obscrvatorj
was built by Count John A. Ciclghton and
fitted up by John A. McHhane.
Crelghton university now boasts of five i
departments, with a total enrollment of
over l.fcfl pupils. Aside ftom the arts de
partment the medical is the oldest. It
wus Installed In Wi ot Twelfth nnd
Mason streets, the old home of St, Jo
roph'H hospital. Later this department
W(ia moved to the fine brick building at
Fourteenth and Davenport streets. flubse
nucnt to the addition of the medical de
partment, colleges of law. pharmacy and
dentistry were added. A post graduate
course- lu higher Kngltsh was added this
year and n Biimmcr school will be In
stalled next Mimmnr.
MISS HOUTKNSI3 KLEIN.
M rsd nines
N. T. 0. Club Meets.
The members of the N. T. C. club
were entertained Tuesday afternoon nt
tho. home ot Mis. AV. D. Clarke. Hlgtt
flvn was played and prizes wnro won by
Mrs. F. Snyder, Mrs. A. 8. Moore, Mrs.
U J. Plattl. Mrs. C. Breen and Mrs. AV.
J. Hurnpnrt. Tho next meeting will be
In two weeks at tho home of Mrs. C. K.
natekln. At the last meeting were:
i A. F. Sloore.
it. Ch A'an Ness.
A . Johnston,
C. F. RAtrkln.
W. D. Clarke,
U J. Plattl.
The Frances AVIIIard union of tha Wo
men's Chiistlnn Temperance union will
give an entertainment at the home of
Mrs. AV. B. Howard. 272 Capitol avenue.
An Illustrated lecture wilt be given hy
Mrs. C J. Roberta, tho subject of whloh
will bo "From w York to Alaska." Tlte
lecture will oe followed by n mutlcal pn-gram.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Dr. T. J. Dwyer and Mr. J. A. C. Ken
nedy leave Monday to spend a week In
Mrs. B. II. Dunham and daughter,
Helen, left today for San Diego, Cal., to
spend the rest of the winter.
Mrs. Oeorge F. Blanchard of Fayette
vllle. Ark., arrived AVednesday evening to
be the gueit of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur
D. Stowitta. Mr. Blanchard Is expccUd
lu a few days.
Mr and Mrs. John Redlck
Alias Dorothy Stevens.
juisa ueien Davis.
C. J. lata.
To Wed in Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Klein of Denver an
nounce the engagement of their daughter,
Hortense, to Mr. Julian Kantzen of
Omaha, The wedding will take place
March 20 at the home of Uie bride's par
oU on West Boulevard avenue, Denver.
WILL MEET TO OUTLINE
PLANS FOR CIVIC LEAGUE
Delegates from tho various organiza
tions In the city will meet In about ten
days to outline a definite plan of cam
palgn for the Omaha Civic league.
Three members of each society, whose
application Is accepted for membership
in the league, will be authorized to sub'
scrlbo In the name of their particular
organization to the conHltutlon nnd by
laws of the now Civic league. The meet
ing promises to b well attended.
i:inln Mure llnllntn lu Illlnnl.
HPRlNCIFIUUD. 111.. Jan. 33.-Klp.ht Imi
lets today left tho speakership deadlock
lu the lower house unbroken. Ite, ne
st ntatlvo Rapp, democrat, touched the
high point, with r votes on the fifty-fifth
nnd fifty-sixth ballots, tho progressive
strength being thrown to hlni.
4 packages of MACHINE THREAD John PIN CARDS Always sell 4 dozen
Safety, Tins J. Clark's and Chadwlck's for Be each special Friday IVarl Buttons
Friday best G-cord, nt, n cy at, o Frlriny
for O spool each for OC
6 spools of Fine Qunllty Best Brass Big Line of Sizes I Extrai Special Frl-
HnKting Thrend Sewing Silk Hooks At KJ Cn Hick Rack 111 aid 1 clay, Hooks Ai Kyc.i
Friday f- 300-yd. ty will not rust, q at, a f- I 4 cards ei
for O spools,.. JLfci2 at, a card.. v bolt O I for O
4 balls of Special I FIno Quality" Collar 12 i'apcrs or
Darning Cotton Skirt Markers I Dress Shields Supports Pins
Friday rt at, -t I at, a qA 2 cards r-rf Friday -s fd
for Ov each .... lUr I pair Ov for Dy for 1 Uv
2 packages of High Grade Makes 24 yds. of Rustless I Friday Sale of
Mending Tissue Scissors & Sliwirs Tape, at, bolt . O Mops Shoe Trees
Friday ?J , QQfi for oiled OPfjIat, a 1 Qf)
for i3V w'o'rthsT'at.y Mnll Roves, 10rJ floors, at. . pair 1 9
ALL THE REMNANTS AND ODD PIECES IN OUR
GREAT JANUARY SALES
Thousands of rem
nants of blenched inns
Hun, accumulated dur
ing our great January
sales all in one groat
lot on bargain nl
squaro at, 2"C
Madras waisting and
finest .sliiHiiiKH Light,
m c d 1 n m and dark
grounds, with woven
wide and narrow stripes
and checks, In
V UIMI IICtllVIT 1)11 1 11J
checks, in f
:k and colors, 1 Jtrf
value, at yd.
Mottled and fancy
outing flannel in
long lengths; heavy
gratlc January sale
Fancy striped and
checked dress ging
hams in tho season's
sale at, yd
Lisle Thread Tissues
(Stripes and checks in pretty
value, at, yard
Fancy light and dark dress
prints Fast colorinsrs on
big bargain square
at, the yard
Drapery Denims In mill
lengths, fancy colorings
worth 20c a yard, will- HX
will be sold at, yd i2ij
REMNANTS OF LINENS
SPECIALS, MAIN FLOOR, Linen Dept.
REMNANTS OF TABLE DAMASK Odds und ends
left front the (Jront January Snlc 1 5 to P? f
to !.l.-" n yd., at OVC
Jin with fnBt selvage; worth 8c-
Sued for Overflow
Charging that faulty construction of the
Klkhorn volley drainage district ditches
and Union Pacific railroad embankments
near Waterloo caused the flooding ot that
town last spring, tho Waterloo Seed com
pany and tho Citizens' Ptato bank, bith
of Waterloo, have sued the drainage dis
trict and the railroad for damages in
dlstilct com t. The- heed company asks
tVJOi for seeds and grain destroyed by j
tho flood; the bank wanta Sltil for dam- i
age to Its building and fixtures and costs
Can You Draw an Eye?
l-.Viud Icnutlis.oitli up
17-IN. BROWN LINEN CRASf?
basement, iit, QJl
5 2" C
Thousands of yards of fine mercerized table da
mask, in lengths or 1J to I yards; sells n
regularly for "Oc a yard basement, yd., aOC
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE OF SOILED BED
SPREADS from the Eastern Mfg. Co. Stock All
tho mnrseillcH or heavy fringed crochet hod Hprenda
that wore marked In the $1.49 and $1.08
lots In the basemeiit7at, each
Remnants of Lace & Embroidery
From the January Sales
Remnants of ullover laces nnd veilings, nlso rem
nants of lace edges, Insertions and np- -a r
pllques Vj to l"yTlT'lengthKirt7cachT
Fine French und German val lnccs and Insertions,
pure linen torchons, French torchons, cluny
curtain luces, etc., worth 10c a yd., at, yd., 3C
Odd lots ot val and torchon laces and insertions that
are slightly mussed to clear them quickly,
at a yard, In basement
I7-in. rine quality embroidered cambric and muslin
flouncing und corset coverings, also medium and
wide '.JOc embroider' edgings and Inscr- -t r
tlons, at, a yard ItC
Remnants & Odd Lines of Silks & Dress Goods Must Go P
All our Imported matched sample pieces of All Wool Dress Goods 3 to 8 pieces, all matched up,
Jacquard Foulards In navy, Copenhagen and old rose 50c value, in basement silk section yd., QJi
27-inch Silk Faced Satins, worth !."c a yard basement silk section, yard '...'. 2fr
36-in. 50c Oriental Kimono Silks, smart designs In basement silk section at, yard. "or?
800 yards 40-ln. Bordered and Allover Pattern Silk Foulnrds main floor, at, -yard . . . . . . .70
Silk Remnants Plain and fancy in all colors and black mnln floor, at. yard ' tWl
' .... M m - XI W
s -I i f. til iir is.v.. . . .. ....
uuu iota 01 o-ui. aii wooi j.uu .onungs, cnincnilias, heavy kerseys, diagonals, etc. Main Floor,
at, yard ,'
win tui 1 iiiiwtoo i.iuiiih uiiu.,-, in ui iiuiuiuiii HiiHucs niui oiacK mam floor, at, yard. ....... .-jca
1,000 fine Dress Goods Remnants, foreign and domestic weaves worth up to $1, at, yd., 3qX & 4J)
7oc and 85c Embroidered Voiles, 4 0-in. embroidered crepes, etc. main floor, silk aisle, at, yard, 29d
The Famous Atvvood Brand
FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT
Usually sold for 15c each
Friday, in basement
Free Instructions KNITTING, CROCHETING!) EE
Miss B. Strange, an experienced instructor direct
from the Flclsher Yarn Mills, is hero to instruct you in
the delightful and practical art of Knitting and Cro-dieting.
F1 7H RSgxl m
Ta all car of exeesslre briln lag, nerr
ouuiens. Indl'-cstlon, colds, grip, corjrs.
OTer-lndiilceuc, or hesdaehes from any
cause or in sll condition! ot pala. gout,
oenralds, acute or chronic rheumatism,
etc, etc prompt, safe relief li touod la
Thus woxUrfnl rin rdlrm mn ntiihtr m
.oJoM huMtcant nor habit tormtn. Trr theial
's. Aatt Your Brusslst For
IOC x isc Ksi.-ocar-0jr
Then stop itl Stop it now! You
can do it with Aytfs Hair Vigor.
Does sot color we nan-.
A Year Doctor.
In the abdominal reglou Is oftmi pin
vented by the use of Dr. King's New
JJfe Pills, the painless purifiers. iSo.
For sale by Ceatdu Drug Co.AdvertUe-mcnt.
PRIZES FOR THE BEST EYES-$3.00 first prize; $1.00 sec
ond prize; $1.00 third prize and five prizes valued at $1.00
RULES Competitors must bo amateurs. AU drawings must
be on the face cut out of The Bee. Competitors may submit
more than one drawing if they desire. Contest closes Wednes
day nicrht Fab 5. 1913. Address, Contest Editor, Omaha Bee.
18tli and Washington Ave.
ST. IXU1S, MO.
400 Rooms. $1.00 and $1.50, with
bath $2.00 to $3.60. A hotel tor
your Mother, Wife and Sister.
T. II. Clancy, Pre.
Ttcttl InttrchancMMt with Quebca 8. 8. Co.
"it" Fe4,r, cunt coraprbtoH book ot
WEST ZXSZXS AND PAWAMJL
ANDCRCOV SON, Qa. A(t . t So. La
Satin St.. Chios, ar sar Stmihlp tlckrt rL
Better Track Better Service
New Fast Daily Train
to Kansas City
Arrive Kansas City
1 1 :.t0 a. in.
.0:05 p. in.
.Modern equipment, Electric Lighted Drawing Room Sleen
lng Car. Electric Lighted Chair Car, and our own unsurpassed
Dining Cnr Service (Meals a la carte.)
SPltNG0SVVffl;ESS0TrCt8 at KaD8aS ity WUh th "OT
Little Rock and
Hot Springs, Ark.
Leaves Kansas City 0:30 p. ln.
Arrives Hot Springs 2:40 p. nt.
This train Is first el
'Lighted Chair Cars and Sleenlnir Tarn nnrt itnoii.i ...J
Car Service. (Meals a la carte.) ""cu "U,UB
Round Trip TicketsDiverse Routes.
I'or rates, reservations and any informa
tion, Telephone Doug. 104.
T1IOS. F. GODFREY,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Traveling Passenger Agent,
MM tariuun Street, Omaha, Xcb.
A little want ad does the business.