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TIIK BKK: OMAHA, TTKSDAV, FUHIU'AKY 4. HUH.
By MELLIFIOIA. Monday, February 3, 19l3
LMPEUAMKNTALLY, Alice Dovey. Is a homo bod.v
While playing at the IlramlelB thlH weok ns the loading
woman In the "Pink l.ady" she is availing herself of an opportu
nity that has not been hers In three and a half years that of con-
venlentb vlsltlnc home folks. Every morning finds her on her way to
Plattsmouth. where, during the major part of the day. she revels In tno j yaX jnt.l.mn
old. old amenities that never wear out home and mother. Upsides hcrphnr v hauritn'm
parents. Mr and Mrs. (leorgo Uovey, tier four sisters: Mrs. nay i aucrwra, ,;,f,0'rj ivVrdl.
Mrs. George Kalter. Cathorlno and Killtli Uovey. nnfl brother ueorge, ure
tho only people she sees.
While her mothor and Bisters arc frequent visitors with her, It Is dif
ferent. It seems to me, when you can sec thorn nil together amid tho
scenes ol the swoetest place on earth.
Miss Dovey Is not accepting social Invitations this week becauso this
partlrular time findB hor absorbed In the d"lf flcultlos that como with a now
maid She is now very busy avoiding future anxlotles by tlolng all of hor
stockings together in pairs, and arranging hor costumes In tho correct
order for tho different acts.
A surprise party whs given In honor of
Miss Florence Otto at her liomf. 213D
rjraf. ulrwl, Saturday evening. Mr. Pant I
V. Tltswurth and Prof. Vincent Tully
Kai irtano elections. Those present
Prof. V. Tully.
It T. Tltuworth.
Ilolwrt I". Ostmtr.
EXTRA SPECIALS TUESDAY
Creighton Pharmacy Banquet.
The irrlghton College of Pharmacy
class banquet wan given at the Itathskel
ler of the Hen.haw hotel Saturday evert
ing, the members of tho snnlor claw anil
faculty being present. Karl Krelslngcr,
former Instructor at tho college, was
toastmaster. and eeverat members of :hi
clas responded to toaHts. Tho members
Miss V Hryan.
a. M DeMay.
G J Kberly.
W. F Fischer,
J. J Foley.
J. V. Hand.
1 B. Harshburgcr,
A F Jackson,
E. H. Jensen,
n, D. Long.
B. J. linger,
K. B. Lengcr,
A. C, Knothe,
O. V McFarren,
K. V. Mahanna,
O. n. Matthlcsen,
it. W. Mldgley.
Miss Vera Fudge.
K. Mil tit.
Fred Pen nor,
A. H. Parker.
F. A. Pollock.
11. II. Roberts,
11. K. Huberts,
IiOtilM J. Itengle,
t I). Sage.
F. H. Starke.
J. C. Hkomal,
J. W. Hlumberger,
O, V. Seldle,
J. W. Turner,
C. J. Taffe.
C. M. Vandaa,
15. O. Wall,
tl. W. Welicnslck,
Prof. J. C. Arledge.
Prof. J. E. O'Urlen.
Dr. 11. F. Gerald.
Kensington for Club Department.
Tho current topics department of Up
Omaha Woman's club will hold Its first
Venslngton of tho year on Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Kdivarri John
son. A program has been arranged an'S
all members are cordially Invited.
Surprise on Elmer Forsberg.
A surprise party was given In honor
of Klmer Forsberg at the home of V.
J. Claire, 3313 !arlniorc avenue. The
ovenlng una spent in muslr and gumus.
Thoso present were:
Mary McOauly, Clara Henry,
Katherlne Mollner. Hazel Jones,
Charles Kaminerer. W. J. Claire.
James Norgard, Mrs. W. J Claire.
Valentine Dancing Party.
A Valentine dancing party was given
Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
McConnell at their home for Major and
Mrs. Carl F. Ilartmann of Fort Omaha.
Japanese umbrellas, from which were
suspended paper hearts, decorated tho
ball room. Valentino dnnco programs
were used anil twenty-five couples wero
For Miss Morris.
Miss Mary Alice Rogers entertained In
formally ut luncheon Saturday at her
homo In compliment to Miss Fellco
Morris, who was playing at tho Orpheinn
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph )of-ferson,
m ThS, ase ! delicious J
X Dr. Prices X
-the cereal food for everyone jjt
m Made of the world's four best cereals w
Y Wheat, Oats, Rico and Barley Y
Buy a pacKage from your grocer today jjt
Luncheons at the Loyal.
Miss Marguerite Stowltts was hostess
at a beautifully appointed luncheon at
tlio Uyal In honor of Miss Dorothy Mor
gan, whose engagement was recently an
nounced. Pink rosebuds nnd ferns
foinicd a dainty decoration for the table?
and the guest list Included:
Dorothy Morgan. Gladys Peters.
Mabel Clarke. Nannie Page.
Mildred lingers. Mary Hurkley.
Katherlne Thumniell.Kugenle Whltmore.
GENUINE The Food Drink for all Ages Others aro Imitations
1 mtm www nmm m'wnLn1 Mm'
You can be sure of quality backed
Sweet, Pure, Clean
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Coughs Wentc Throat.
6f S Pectoral
Sold for 70 yon.
Ask Your Doctor. fcZ.tCuSr
S93.700 OSCUn STOCK
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The stock is so enormous that we could only display a portion of it on the
first day of the sale. Tuesday, we bring forward hundreds of rugs from the Orcutt stock that
will bo shown for tho first time. Most sensational nig bargains any western store ever offered.
NEW RUGS FROM THE ORCUTT STOCK ON SALE TUESDAY
Curtains and Draperies from Orcutt Stock on Sale Wednesday All the Oriental Rugs on Sale Thursday.
Every day this week brings forward now goods and bargains from this extraordinary stock. Watdi daily papers.
For Ashland Guests.
Mlsies nuth and Ksther Klllnghusen
entertained at their home rlday evening
for out-of-town guests. Music and pro
entertained at their home Friday owning
ment. Those present were:
Olive Morris Charlotte
of Aiihland, Neb.; Miiniuunlt
of Ashlnnd, Neb.;
Mr. and Mrs. Hlllnghuscn.
The members of the Tee Dee' Tee club
gave a progressive luncheon and card
party Saturday afternoon, when the host
esses for the luncheon wero Miss Mildred
Turk. Miss Helen Keating, Miss Edna
Ilohrs and Mlns Quito liddy. The mem
bers of the club nre:
Helen Keating, Huth Sundland,
Margaret Harnhardt, Sarah Line.
Mildred Turk. ICdna Itohrs,
Ullrabeth nrndford, Gladys Line.
Margaret Kordyce, Quito Eddy,
Mr and Mrs. H. E. Yelton, 1SSI Corby
street, nnnnunce the marriage of their
daughter. MIbs Wanda May Yelton, to
Mr. llobert W. Howlett of Doston,
formerly of Omaha. Tho ceremony took
ploco Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at
the First Christian church In lloston,
Iter, shubcrt Johnson officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Howlett will be at homo
after February 15 at 9 Mount Verr.or
avenue, Melrose, Mass.
Tea for Miss Carpenter.
Mrs. Isaac, Carpenter and Mrs. George
Parker, Jr entertained at a large after
noon tea today from 3 to 6 o'clock 'n
honor of Mlsa Nell Carpenter, Daffodils,
eweet elyslum and southern smllax formed
thu centerpiece, for tho dlnlnir room table.
Pink tulips and roses vo-used In tho
drawing room and red roses In the living
room. About SCO cards were 'ssund, oi'rt
assisting through the rooms wero;
A. L. Patrick, Leonora Dleta Nelsol
Arthur lxjckwood, William Hhull.
George Payno. Charles Martin.
A, W Carpenter, Joseph Parker Id,
C. W, Jtussell, Frank Martin.
J. W Griffith.
Club at Tetnpel Isreal.
A new club has been formed among th?
young people aid tho first meeting was
held Sunday evening at Temple Israel.
Mr. 12. 8. Itubel was elected president.
Plana for organliatlon will bo mado ut
the next meeting, which will be hell
Sunday February 9. at the Temple. Any
person wishing to Join tho noulny may
mako It known to Mr. Hubel.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Evelyn Uergman, who has spent
several weeks as tho guest of friends and
relatives In Chicago and Milwaukee re
turned Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J, McCarthy will leave
Tuesday evening fur Hot .Springs. Ark.,
to remain three weeks and will then go
for an Indefinite stay to Florida,
MUa Agaes Krltenbrink has returned
from a week's stay In Broken Bow, Nub.
Mlsa Ilesale D. Verbln of Fremont, who
lias boen upending a wek visiting friends
In Omaha, will return home today.
At Fort Omaha.
Major and Mrs. Carl F. llartman will
entertain at dinner this ovenlng at iher
quarters at Fort Omaha, Kllarnoy rost4
wilt form the centerpiece for tho table.
ai.J covers will be placed for ten.
Room Size BRUSSELS RUGS
From the Or
Woith to $16.50
All deslrablo new patterns on sale Tuesday.
Brussels Rugs from
the Orcutt $J"Q8
up to $15, at...
Up to 9x12 size new patterns
Finest Seamless Wilton Rugs
from the Ur- ty$
Worth up to $55
9x12, rich designs, Tuesday on Third floor.
worth to $27.50
Yon can select with greater
comfort Tuesday and tho
variety is just as big.
Axminster, Velvet and Wilton Rugs
FROM THE ORCUTT STOCK
1.59 S s2.59
worth to $4.50
Many other big bargain lots
6T rugs at prices that
just as attractive.
the Lace Curtains, Portieres and Couch Covers
From the Orcutt Stock on Sale Wednesday in Basement
The Orcutt Company specialized in fine lines of lace curtains and drapery goods. When we place this stock on sale
Wednesday we will offer many of the most sensational bargains ever presented by any store.
Lace Curtains, worth up to $20 a pair,
will go, at pair $10
Laoe Curtains, worth up to $5.00 a
pair will go at, each 98 e
Portieres, worth up to $10 a pair, will
go at, pair $3.98
Portieres, worth up to $5.00 a pair,
will go at, each S1.49
Hundreds of pairs of lace curtains will be sold singly Wednesday, at 25c, 39c, 69c
Thousands of yards of Bungalow net, Sunfast Madras, Scrims, etc., at big bargains.
ALL ON SALE WEDNESDAY IN BASEMENT
Couch Covers, worth up to $7.50 each,
will go at each $3.98
Travelers' Samples of Lace Curtains,
worth up to $1.00, at each 15c
All the High Grade Oriental Rugs From the Orcutt Stock on Sale Thursday
CHANGES NOTJET ORDERED
Local Army Men Hear Nothing Ex
cept Press Dispatches.
MAY MEAN MORE BUILDINGS
Tl-r Could Not lie Hullt Until
Cowtrf-sa Una llntt Time o Ap
liroprlnte Money for
sheriff to countermand his order. The
sheriff sent one prisoner back Into the
kitchen, but lator he nsaln refused to
furnish any prisoner help.
The contractors have been compelled
to hire one woman to help their cook.
They say the added expenso will prac
tically eliminate their profit.
When the feeding contract was awarded
Is whs agreed that the contractor should
furnish food and a cook; the county
should provide prisoners to help the
cook In the preparation of meals and to
wash dishes. It was with this under
standing that the contract was made
nnd In preparing their bids all bidders
for the contract understood prisoners
would help in tho kitchen.
During the tlmo Sheriff McShano foil
the prisoners ho used half a dozen or
more In the kitchen. There are alwayr
prisoners In the Jail who nro weary from
Idleness and beg for something to do.
CITY WILL ACCEPT THE
GIFF0RD PLAYGROUND PLOT
City commissioners have decided to ac
cept a plot of ground given to tho cltv
by Dr. II. Glfford for a playground. Tha
property Is at Thirty-third and Cass
Persistent Advertising Is
the Road tc
Drnth on tho (Jalloivs
La sharp, short agony. The lame back of
Kidney trouble is dally misery. Take
Electric Hitters for quick relief, 50c
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Simple Home Remedy
for Kidneys and Bladder
A simple and easy way to cure weak,
deranged kidneys or bladder Is to use the
following formula: Oet six ounces good
pure gin und add to It one-half ounce Mu
rux Compound and one-half ounce fluid
extract Iluclui Take one to two tea
spoonfuls of this mixture after each meal
and at bed time. Nearly all good drug.
gUtx have these Ingredients, Anyone can
nix. One should be sure to get good pure
gin, also the genuine Murax Compound
which cornea only In a sealed wooden
package, an any substitute will not give
the desired results.
Weak kidney or bladder should be
given attention as soon as any of tho
well-known symptoms are noticed. Neg
lect In the matter Is dangerous, aa the
serloua forma, Urlght disease, chtunle
rheumatism or drad cMabetea. may de
velop. Tliesa can be avoided If the above
simple mixture is used before complica
tions set In. Advertisement.
For the Voice
and eoosht. Used by rpktn and stnrers far
over 60 years. SSc 60s. ILCC SampUFrc.
, JOHN 1. DROWN A SON. Boston. Mm.
No orders havo yet been received at
army headquarters In Omaha In regard
to tho provision for tha tactical organl
iatlon of the United StateB army reported
In Washington dispatches. Officials at
army headquarters hero say that since
they havo o yet received no ordeV
they are unable to say what will be the
result of tho reorganlxatlon so far as
Omaha and the posts here aro concorned.
Tho suposltlon, however. Is that the In
fantry of Forts I-avenwortn, Ateau,
Crook and Snelllng will be Included In
this division under the reorgnnlratlon,
This would constitute tha Fifth Brigade
of the Second division.
It Ih thought that more troops will
eventually be brought to Omaha In ac
cordance with tho general plan of con
centrating troops at convenient railroad
centers. This would mean that more
building would be required at the forts
here In order to accomodate Increased
numbers of troops. All this Is looked
upon as somewhat In the future, as to
build new buildings to provide shelter for
more troops would necessitate an appro
priation of congress for tho purpose,
and all that would take time. Tho plan,
according to officials In army circles
here, contemplates doing away with
lomo of the minor forts In tho west,
buch as McKcnsle. Mead and others,
and tho concentration of tho men at the
largo posts In railway centers.
General Walter S. Schuyler, comman
der of the department of California, Is
visiting with General Frederick A. Smith,
of the department of Missouri. He Is
returning to the west after spending
Hmn in Washington on official
business In connection with the proposed
to Let Prisoners
Sheriff Felix J. McShane. Jr., has de
prived Ira Flanagan ana uuraivcc
prisoner feeding contractors, oi wie ei
vlcea of prisoners In preparing meals and
the contractors may have to give up their
contract on this account.
The contractors have Intended to con
tinue feeding the prisoners pending ruling
of the supreme court on the mutlon for
rehearing of tho case Involving thu
validity of their contract, about two
months. Forty daya I allowed for filing
a rehearing motion and the court would
require about twenty days to rule.
Shortly after the supremo court ruled
Bgolnst the contract, giving McShano tho
right to feed the prisoner at 60 cents -i
day, tha sheriff ordered his deputies In
the Jail to quit furnishing the contractors
prisoners to help In the kitchen. Th
sheriff thought the contractors ahould
rive up lb fpJlng at one. Flanaga
md G anil per- sppealed to County Com
v sslantt John C .Lynch, who asked the
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