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TITE BEB: OMAITA, 'WEDNESDAY, FEBT?TTAKY o, 1913.
By MELLIFIOIA. " Tuesday, February 4, 1913.
HE KVE of Lent finds a gront ninny peoplo cntcrtnlnlng. Nearly
I everybody Is participating In eomo Hort or festivity, ror, nesiueB
I tlio social affaire, a score, of clubs are also taking advantage of
the last day of grace.
Tlio Tuesday Morning Musical club met thla morning at tho home of
Mrs. O. C. Hodlck.
The Amateur club met this afternoon at tho homo of Mrs, T, J, Ma
honey, where an Interesting program wob arranged by Miss Eugenie Whit-
more Following this affair, Miss Whltraore assisted at a tea at the home
of Major and Mrs. C. K. Hartmann of Fort Omaha.
Tho Omaha chapter of the Daughters of tho American Involution
vere entertained this afternoon at tho home of Mrs. 8. D. Uarkalow. Mlsa
Carolyn Dnrkalow assisted, and loft tho latter part of the afternoon to at
tend tho tea at Fort-Omaha.
This cvonlng th'e debutante sot will bo divided. Part of them will go
to tho Omaha club for the annual ladles' night, whore dinner will be fol
lowed by bridge and dancing. About thirty others will go to tho Field
club for an informal Shrove. Tuesday suppor and dance.
Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith 'was hostess at a large luncheon party
today at tho. Omaha club.
One society girl told mo she was Invited to five Interesting social af
fairs today, and with the assistance of her motor car, sho thought sho
could nccopt at. least four of thorn, which Included teas, a muslcale and
Cxier at tho club this evening. Sho had to rofuso a bridgo party this
afternoon, as that occupied too much valuable time on tho day before
donning sack cloth for Lent.
At the Field Club.
One of the JolllMt nml moat Interesting
Hhrove Tuesday affairs will be tlio supper
danco given thin evening by several or
the younger bachelor. Following supper
tho evening will be spent In dancing In
the dining room of tho club. Thofe pres
ent will be:
jlnbcrt Jiurnn, . .
Mr and Mrs. Harold Prltchctt.
Sir and Mm. lOdward O'Brien.
( J. tinl.
Amateur Musical Club.
Tho Amateur Mimical club mot this af
ternoon at tho homo of Mrs. T. J. Ma
honey. Tho program was unusually In
teresting and all of tho numbers wero
by German composers. Miss Eugenie
Whltmoro arranged tho entertainment
and thoso taking part wcrn Mrs. T. J.
Mahoney, Mrs. 8. 8. Caldwell, Mrs. J. A.
C Kennedy, Mrs. Harry Nicholson, Miss
Von Mansfelde, Mrs. II, l Whltmore
and Miss Rucenlo Whltmoro.
Theater and Supper Parties.
Numerous theater parties wero given
Inst evening at the llrandels, where "Tho
I'Ink Lady" Is tho attraction. After tho
theater thny had supper at tho Omaha
club, Mr. Hal Yates had as his guests
Miss Daphno I'eters, Miss Dorothy Hall,
Miss Dorothy Morgan, Miss Kathertno
Tliununcll, Mr. Hobert Morsman, Mr.
Ware Hall. Italph I'eters.
. In ono party wero Dr. and Mrs. J. E.
Bummers, Mr. and Mrs. 'I,. K. Crofoot
and Mr. C. W. Hull.
Together wero Miss Louise Dinning,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Austin and Lieu
At 'ono tablo were Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Htnllh, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. U. McCormlck
and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Klnnler.
Mr. Frank Lalnr, tho comedian of "The
Pink Lady," was tlio guest of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Edward O'Hrlen and Mr. and Mrs.
Ne Notriz Orpheum Party.
Tho No Notrls club entertained at a
matinee pnrty at tho Ohpreunrf Monday
afternoon, followed by tea at tho Im-
.perlal. In tho party were:
Elisabeth Kind ley,
'Pure in ihe
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economical in cost and use. All good grocers sell it.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
m in isiMJBSssi
ir i ram upiiub, rruu, J'AT VrmsTrun
Mrch 1912. jjUjUJllJJ
At Fort Omaha. !
Major and Mrs. Carl V. Hartmann were
at home at a S o'clock tea this afternoon
at their quarters at Fort Omaha In honor
of tho baeehlors of Fort Crook. Tho rooms
were attraotlve with a decoration of Kll
A number of young women from Omaha
were Invited to assist Mrs. Hartmann.
Mrs. lllaln poured tea and Mrs. Alvln
Vorls coffee, and those assisting were:
Orace Baxter, Katherlne Moorheod,
Nannie Page. Caroline Uarkalow,
Kdlth locke, Frances Todd,
Eugenic Whltmore, Claire Helenc
Hortense Clarke, Woodard,
Helen Epeneter, May Mahoney.
Miss Ilcrtha Motz celebrated her thir
teenth birthday. The afternoon was
spent with music, dancing and games.
Prizes wero won by Miss Qcnova Kurz
and Miss Florence Ellsworth. The living
room was decorated In pink. Covers were
Ilutli Carlson. Katherlne Rebel.
Florence Ellsworth, Elva Smith.
Anita Edmlston, Vera Sullivan.
Lola Uorman. Maud Whitfield.
Oenova Kurz, Bortha Motz.
Farewell Dinner Party.
Mr. John Lutz entertained at dinner at
tho Grand hotel. Council Bluffs, In honor
of Mr. Atmont Llndbork, who leaves for
Thoso present were:
Almont IJndborg, Vernon Huel,
Bridge Club Meets.
Miss Alice Carter was hostess for the
meeting of tho Debutante Ilrldge club
this nftcrnoon at her homo. Two tables
of players were present
Miss Esther Byrne entertained the mem
bers of tho Auction Bridge club today nt
her home. Two tables were plnccd fot
At the Omaha Club.
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Ilaum will en
tertain at one of the larger dinner par
ties this evening at tho Omaha club, when
Miss Carmcllta Chaso will bo the guest
of honor. Covers will be placed for:
Carniellta Chase. Alice (Jarter.
Kathorlnn Thummell.Dorothy Hall,
Lake Deuel. ,
Mr. and Mrs. D.
Margaret Greer Baurr
In and Out ofthe Bee Hive.
Mr, Louis 8. Rclchenbcrg returned from
Cincinnati this morning.
Mrs. Charles R. Daniels of David City,
Neb., Is thn guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. IV. E. McKolvy, and her sister,
Mrs. Frank Raker.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Burns aro spend
ing tho remainder of tlm winter at Louis
ville, Ky, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Godfrey nnd family.
Miss Georgette tvhltmoro of Oakland,
O., Is tho guest of Mrs. Frank 15111s nnd
Miss Harriot Wilson, and will leave Fri
day 'for Denver for a vlslt'of two weeks,
accompanied by Miss Wilson.
To DIssoItc thn Union
of stomach, liver and kidney, troubles
and euro biliousness and malaria, tako
Electrlo Dltters. Guaranteed. Only Kks.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
Slide Down Eope
to Evade Police
During ii raid upon Osthoffs chill parlor,
r.15 North Sixteenth street Monday night
three patrons of the restaurant ono man
and two women eluded arrest by sliding
down a ropo from the dining room, which
Is on the second floor of tho building,
The man, tho police say, Is James Smith,
proprietor of the establishment
The Invasion was mado by Sergeant
Samuelson and Officer Good, and whllo
ono was watching the front door und the
other wits directing tho revelers down
stairs, tho trio made their escape In sight
of both of them.
A dozen men ami women were arrested
and thoso who appeared hi court for trial
were fined 110 and costs. The others for
felted their bonds.
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ILL YOU accept a
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as a gift from us? Thus
you can test them and
know how good they are.
' are "The Quality Biscuits of
America." This you can
not doubt after you have)
once tasted them.
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THE BEST STORE FOR YOU ALL THE TIME.
A Big Sale of
Is Scheduled for Next
Saturday, Watch for
Our Remarkable Offering of
Coats, Suits and Dresses
Continues for Wednesday
Suits and Dresses
In this lot there are suits and
dresses In splendid materials of
serges, cheviots, Imported mix
tures, velvets, corduroys, broad
cloths, charmeuse, crepe de cheno,
meBsalines, chiffon and benga
llnes, vnlues to $35.00, Wednes
day. Your choice at
Every coat superbly tailored and
lined with Skinner's satin, mater
ials are caraculs, black broad
cloths, fancy mixtures, plain chev
iots, plaid black double-faced ma
terials, chinchillas, etc., wide
range of styles, values to $35.00.
Your choice at
Orkln Brothers second Ploor,
Stirring Prices on Fine FURS
White Fur Seta, values up to $-15.00, choice $10.00
Black Coney Seta, values nt $lfi.00, the set .T7. $5.00
niack Fox Sets, vnlucTtr$05.0(), the sct r$!M-50
Fine Mink Sets, values to $175.00, the set
Lynx Fur Sets, values to $150.00, the set
Uusslnn l'ony Coat, vnlues to $80.50, at .
Marmot Fur Coats, valued nr$fti5K), nt . ,
Near Seal Coats, valued nt $125.00,itt . . .
. . .$20.50
. . .$10.50
Near Senl Coats, valued at $200.00, nt $70.50
Hudson Seal Coats, worth $250.00, at $125,00
Lace CURTAIN values to $5.75 for $1
HOW'S that for valuo giving? No doubt it seoms like exaggeration, but It's true nevertheless, and
the curtains aro hero to back up tho statement to tho letter. It's house cleaning time with us
and this is tho result. We'v gone through our entire curtain stock and culled out every odd lot,
brokon assortment and put them into ono big lot at your cholco, $1.00 por pair. Tho offering Includes:
Nottinghams Brussels Point Swiss with
Scotch Nets White Swiss Colored Border
Cable Nets Figured Scrim Striped Scrim
Irish Point Scrim Novelty Net
Tho rogular" selling price ranged from $2.00, $2.25, $3.00, and even up to $5.75; your
choico of tho entire collection Wednesday, the pair, at $1.00
NfiTP Bemember the best selections and choicest colors are sure to go first, so set your
nvfsu alarm dock for an early breakfast, and be here when the doors open.
Orkln Bros. Third rioor.
;0RKIN BROS.-YOUR HOME STORE:
TOWNSEND CITY ENGINEER
Craig Resigns and New Man is Ap-
nointed at Once.
CRAIG IS TO LEAVE FEBRUARY 15
Ho "Will llnve HuihtvImIoii f a
I.nrne Amount of Improvement
nt CnlKnry Ilttrlnir the
Ctty Engineer deorgo W. Craig rcnlgneil
yesterday and tho city commlnnloneru
elected Watson Townspnd, assistant cn-
glneur of tho Union l'uclfic, to tho po
sition. Craig goes to Calgary. Canada,
at a Balnry of $3,000 a year. Towtiacml
will receive J3.000. Commissioners McGov-
ern, Hydcr and Hutler were appointed to
draft resolutions of regret t tho de
parture of Mr. Craig.
'iownsend will usuume ills new duties
here February 15, when Craig leaves for
Calgary. Craig received a telegram from
Calgary saying tho city council thero had
unanimously approved his appointment
as city engineer.
Craig will be required to supervise sov-
eral million dollars worth of Improve
ments Rt Calgary next year. Among
these Improvements, will be: Jl.000,000
water plant; J1.00U.OOD viaduct across now
river to residential section of city; JG0.000
Hsphalt- plant; street paving, as the city
employes about 2,000 men regularly to. do
municipal improvement work.
Lad With Bullet
in Brain Lies at
Henry Hontcr, uged IS years, of Elgin,
Nob., Is lying In St. Joseph's hospital
with n 32-CHllbnr l.nllnt
J'neurly thro'o Inches In his brain. The
uunei cannot ue removed without Honter
dying. Llttlo hope is entertained for his
recovery, but should ho llvo ho will al
ways carry tho lead bullet.
Hontcr was playing soldier with his 9-
year-old brother Monday at Elgin, with
an "unloaded" rifle. Tho younger boy
undertook to show his brother how they
do things In the Balkans and pointed tho
rifle at Henry's head and pulled tho trig
ger. Henry fell to the floor. His parents
rushed him to Omaha last night and he Is
under tho caro of Dr. C. C. Allison.
X-ray pictures were taken of Bonter's
head and tho bullet was located In the
center of tho brain. For a whllo It was
thought Bonter would surely recover, but
his condition yesterday was not so prom
ising, although he has a fighting chance
WALTERS FINDS ENTIRE
STATE IS PROSPEROUS
General Manager Walters of the Nnrih.
western la back from a trip over the
lines as far as Ixuig Tine and everywhere
he found tho farmers and business men
Jubilant. Trade In all of tho towns Is
good, money plentiful and stock coming
through the winter in fine shape.
W. It., "Billy" Bennett, who irnv. hi.
name to the Bennett stora. la maVin
Chicago his business headquarters.
Charles J. Beat, former telegraph editor
of The Bee. Is runntmr a weeklv miw.
of his own at Nltgh, Neb.
Harry Moorcvs, for years tho Wabash's
local passenger mun, Is In a railroad
passenger office In Chicago.
R. C. Cubhlng. mayor of Omaha
ISM, Is located In Los Angeles.
Joseph Beckman, one of Omaha's
pioneer ulgar men. Is making his homo
J. Fred Behm. after years of service
as repair superintendent for tho Kountse
properties, hs.s gone to live In San Diego.
W, S. Seavey, chief of police of Omaha
from 1SS7 to 1635. Is manager of the Thlel
Detective agency for the district west of
the Missouri river, with headquarters In
Seattle. Leaving Omaha he went tn
Cripple Creek and enraged In mining at
Crlpplo Creek then entered the sen-Ice of
the detective agency at Chicago, going
from there to Portland.
Hams for this fctadlus? are lnvltsA.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
REV. C. W. SAVIDGE TO
START EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Row Charles W. Savldgo will start a
free employment bureau- In connection
with the People's church, 515 North Eight
eenth street. He has been appealed to tio
often for assistance from unemployed that
tho plan of establishing a regular agency
has been determined upon, and within a
few days ho will have It tn running order.
They know Ilooth's Hjomcl will Cure
and thoy tide it Intelligently.
How many women of refinement Jo
you see parading disgusting symptoms
of catarrh before the world T
Not one In a thousand.
Women have patience, a great Jeal
more of It than men. Most of them
know that HYOMEl will banish catarra
If used properly and they use It regulaily
because they reallxe what a genuine
blessing It Is to be rid of such a vile dis
ease. People don't contract catarrh In a day;
they can't expect to get rid of It In a day.
If you really want to free yourself from
the power of persistent catarrh microbes
get a HYOMEl outfit today, breathe reg
ularly and kill the germs.
There Is no stomach dosing; the direc
tions are simple and easily followed, a
complete HYOMEl outfit Including pocket
Inhaller J1.00, extra bottlvs o HYOMEl
If afterward needed 0 cents at druggists
everywhere. Guaranteed for catarrh,
coughs, colds. Moll orders filled, chargef
prepaid by Booths livomel Cj , Buffalo
N. Y. Booklet on catarrh fre.
A SPECIAL MILK FOR CHILDREN
Wo have increased our output.
The Arwood Milk may now lie obtained fresh daily
in Oninlia, South Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Ask your physician about the Arwood quality.
ALAMITO SANITARY DAIRY CO.,
Telephone Douglas 411. Distributors.
Mr. Ho v sep Nahigian
who is now well known in , ,
Omaha as an
Oriental Rug Expert
will deliver a lecture
Artists of the Loom
on Thursday, February 6th
at 3 O'clock in the afternoon
in the Exhibition Rooms
Her Grand ' Hotel Bldg.
Sixteenth and Howard Sts.
Mr. Nahigian' 8 talk on this subject during
one of his former visits was so well received by
admirers of this ancient and most difficult art,
that we feel justified in-arranging for this one.
All who are interested are cordially invited.
H. P. WHITMORE, ,