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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1911.
The reception end dunce at Fort Crook,
which will te given by tr.e officer nJ
lailit cf the garrHon tl.I evrn rig In
hnuor i.f Colnntl and Mr. William Las
alter, will t,o among the flrat of the
elahornte sp al events of the season
v The decorations will he partly national
I and partly oriental. Numerous red,
white and blue flags and banner will
be draped on the walls and all of th
furniture at the club will be either from
japan or the Philippine islands. A acore
cf large brae bowls from Japan wilt be
filled with chrysanthemums and autumn
. The front porch Of th Officers' club
'will bs screened In with canvas and a
,Irfulon of palms and fern will iv a
earden effect. The gueet will enter br
'th south id entrance. Supper will be
Mrred on th second floor of th club.
Th guests will b received by Colonel
'and Mr. William Lasslter and Major and
Mrs. Atkinson In th reception hall of the
club. Captain Nuttman will announce
' tile guests.
The committees Include Captain and
Mrs. Swltior, Captain and Mrs. Nutt
man, Captain and Mra. Dorey, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Griffith, Captain Butler, Cap
tela Martin, Lieutenant Muncaster, Lieu
j About ljO cards war Issued to head-
' quarters. Department of the Missouri,
.Fort Omaha and to Omaha guests, In
cluding th board of governors of A
' Among th young women . who will
'spend th week-end at the post are Mls
!lorcUiy Morgan, who will be th guest
of Captain and Mrs. Nuttman; Miss
Elisabeth Sweet, gueht of Lieutenant and
Mra Griffith, and Miss KaUiryne Mo
. Ciennahan, guest of Lleutenunt and Mr.
Opening Night at Boyd
Several theater parties war given last
venlng at th Boyd theater, which
opened Its reason with William Hodge in
"Th Man from Horn."
In one of th boxe were Mrs. James
' E. Boyd. Mrs. Bier bower, Miss Jessie
I Millard. Senator J. II Millard and Mr.
' and Mra. Isaac Congdon.
In another party were Mr. O. W. Lin
linger. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Haller and Mr,
and Mrs. F. W. Thomas.
I Together were Mr. and Mr. John A.
McShane, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1 Devi and
Mr. and Mr. Wlllard D. Hoeford.
Mis Rachael Klncad of Kansas City,
who is th gueet of Mra Ban Gallagher,
returns horns Sunday.
Mies Ruth Joy of tt. Louis arrived
Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Elolse
Jenks for feveral daya
Mlts Mildred Patterson, who Is visiting
at th home of her unci and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. D. C Patterson, will leave Tues
day for her horn in Kansas City.
Dr. M. r. Bulllvsn of Spalding. Neb.,
will be th guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Re4 until after th wedding of Miss
Ruth Gentleman and Mr. Edward Dooley.
Mrs. A. O. Edwards and Mis Bern Ice
Edwards have returned from a visit of
several weeks at Olenwood Springs, Colo.,
Lo Angeles and points of Interest on
the Pacific coast
Dr. and Mr. Frank M. Lynch and fam
ily, who hav been (pending a week a
th guest of Mr. and Mra . P. Sweeley,
left Wednesday .for Bockford, 111., where
Dr. Lynch will b pastor of th First
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Whltmor and
Mlsa Eugenie Whltmor. who hav bean
spending several month In Europe, ar
rived In New York Tuesday en th
steamer Rotterdam of th Holland
Am eric line. Mr. and Mr. Whltmor
will return th first of next week, but
Mis Whltmore will remain In New Tork
City visiting friends for a few weeks.
' Mies Elisabeth Pickens ntrtalnd at
brtdg this afternoon at her horn In
honor of Ml Raphael KlnoeJs of Kan
sas City. Eight tables of i srs were
Mra John L. Kennedy was th hoates
this afternoon at th meeUag of th
Original bridge club. Mr. M. T. Evan
of Tepee Lodge, Wyo.. guest of Mis
Ella Ma Brown, was th gueet of th
Mis lorenoe Oisen ntrtalnd at her
home. Those present were:
Milared Nordln, Florence Olsen,
Euan I' lederlcksen. Esther Connelly.
Mark Neble, HaroM fcautter,
' John Kiage, Ei ueet Johnson.
Mr. and Mr. Harry Trumbl enter
tained Monday In honor of Mis Stella
Uueslis, who leave Saturday to reside
in California. Card furnished emus
;meiu during th first part of th evening
and a musical was given during th lat
ter part. Prises for th card gam war
won by Chart Van AUUn and Mr. N.
R. liryeon. 1 hue present war;
Mr. and Mr. N. R. Bryson.
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. paddock,
Mr. ana Mrs. Frsd Towie,
Mr. and Mra Charles Van Alstlna,
Mr. and Mr. Verne Lamm.
Mrs. t-eiiei-k of Onawa, la.
Mrs. '1 nomas Macklarnan of Chtcaga,
Mrs Julia Thompson of Lincoln.
of ferclvai, la.
Dr. 8. a. MelUnger,
T. J. Bhannahan,
Mr. and Mr. Eugene Young were ur
prlaed at their borne, US North Thirty
ightb avenue, Bunday vnlng by a
number of friend. A delightful Urn
was spent. Those present included:
of Peurta, III;
1 im Anspatb.
of Thurman. la.;
. Thowsa fcinlth,
1 p. J. CiauRhan.
' G. bhalit-ubeiger.
, Hannah Bresnshan,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson.
Not a Nelen.
For the Future
, Dr. and Mra. P. T. Conlln will enter
tain at dinner Saturday enlng for Mis
Ruth Gentleman and Mr. Edward Dooley,
whoa wadding take place la th near
Mra 3. D. roster and Mra F. B,
Pearce will entertain at a bridge lunch
eoa at th Country club next Thursday
for th member of th Bummer Auction
Miss Mary Alice Rogers will entertain
at bridg Tuesday evening for Miss Masai
Deli UWmss of Canon City. Colo., and
Mia Juliette Blown of Buena Vista.
Thursday evening, October IS, Mia Helen
! Davis will give a bridge party for th
Mr. K. E. Mahaffey will entertain la
formally Saturday afternoon In celebra
tion of her daughter Grace birthday an
niversary. Sixteen guest will be present
Ons of th bos partle at th Orpbeum
Saturday aftarnoon will be given in honor
of Miss Ruin GeaileJT.an. whon wedding
'take place In th aaer future Tb
guest will be:
M lases M taaee
'Bmss O Connor. Ruth Gentleman.
Stl.ie Reynolds. Mary ONeil.
MaUillne o Connor, Catherine Reynolds,
Crab Apple Jelly.
Boil th apple with just enough water
to cover them until tender, mash with a
spoon and strain cut the Juice. Take a
pint of juice to a pound of ugr, boll
thirty Biluute and strain through a hair
Mrs. Cole Re-elected
By the Federation
HOLDREOS. Neb. Oot 12.-tBD.alal
Telegram.) Th convention of th (tat
woman' club federation cam to a eloa
this evening with a musical and reception.
Th election of th followlnc officer
took place today: Mr. T. J. Olst, Fall
City, president; Mr. C arris Peterson.
Aurora, vie prsatdant; Mr. C. L. Dun
bam. Holdrege, recording secretary; Mr.
Harry Lindsay, Iinooln, corresponding
secretary: Mr. Sarah Mel sail, Aurora,
treasursr; Mr. S. B. Surrltt, Central
City, auditor) Mra F, H. Col. Omaha,
general federation secretary.
Mrs. Olst and Mr. MslxaJl ar th
only officer r-lotd to their eld posi
tions. Th following wr elected dele
gate to th national federation conven
tion which meet In San FranoiaoA in
Jun: Mra W. J. Bryan, Lincoln; Mra. X
t cowan, AsMand; Mra H. K. Wheeler,
Uneolnt Mr. Cam Ptron, Aurora:
Mr. Mabelle Corbett, Atklnon; Mrs.
May Orris. Stanton.
i Three town hav xtnded InvluUon
to th federation for th next convention
ta be held la October, ttlg. They ar
Lincoln, York and Scotubluff. The execu
tive board will decld upon one of these
three and announce it decision through
IDEAS FOR CHILDREN PARTIES
Klddlee Ikssll Be Aak o Ttree
for a Ge4 gesis Hew
Oaase ef "Hut,"
A young mother whs alwava mku l
hr business to arrange a happy holiday
iot ner Doys and gtrla see that a much
tlm In Pnt Out ef door as eaealhlau
and her plan for parties 'Include many
delightful schemee that ether mother
may UK to. copy.
"Now that w are aettled In horn for
th autumn," say this hostess ef Juve
nility, " mean to glv a ehlldran' open
air party. Last year I askd th llttl
one to com each a a flower, and w
had a flower pared. To a second party
I told them to bring thlr ll and w
had a doll parada Tht rear X am going
to chang ell that, aad shall Invite th
children ta com In their ordinary clothe
In order that they may hare a good
"After tea t shall start a new gam
of meae,' wtuoh la played In th follow,
"Number him strong card from on to
twelve and tack them ihnui riv
high on to tree rather far apart, and
tree so placed, too, that the runner must
go back and forth and round ahnut in
order to find th earde consecutively ac
cording to number.
"Now eupposlng th runner finds No. 1;
than. If whll seeking out for No. I he
find 4 or a well, thnee niimKara
oountt he must find No. l then No. g.
uout b complete th circuit to obtain
th prise. It add to th tun. If. besides
in real prlss. you hav a booby prise.
Anyhow, th game creatss any amount
of laughter. You see the player running
up against on anothsr. 11 eager to
find a consecutive number. The one who
complete th circuit first 1 th prise
"Moet children lov 'Peter Rabbit' of
tory book game, and therefore I mean
that they shall play a 'peter Rabbit
gam. The boy and girl I eh all ar
range la a double circle, on behind the
other. 'Peter' must run in and out. and
b chased by th 'Farmer.'
"When 'Peter' think h Is In danger
of being caught, he must stand In front of
any child In the Insld circle. Th third
child In th row th on In th rear
then take 'Peter s' place, and th chase
goes merrily forward.
"Say 'Peter' I caught, why, then, he
become the 'Farmer.' A valiant, you
see. this game, on the old 'Fox and
Avoid Tap Btrleae.
To avoid th tape etrtng la boys'
blouses, which are often untidy la ap
pearance, put In th lower hunt a mer
cerised elastio band, about half aa Inch
wide and not cult so long as th boy
waist measure. Fasten th alas tie at
each and; sew a button oa on ig aa4
make a buttonhole ea the other. This
plan will b found much mor satisfac
tory than th us of tap and neater.
Site six lemon and boll until tender
In three pint of water. Remove th
lemon with a skimmer, add ten pound of
uger to th water and boil until die
solved. Feel and Uc tea pound of
partly rip tomatoes, add to syrup, put
back th lemon and boll fifteen minute.
Put away In doly covered Jara
Meet Weaderfel Heallas.
After uffertng many year with a or.
Amos King. Fort Byron. N. Y.. was cured
by Buckles' Arnica Salve. Ko, For ssls
by Beaton Drug Oa.
THE, DEE'S eSUNIOR BIRTHDAY BOOK:
This is he Day We Celebrate
October, 13, 1911.
. . . 1896
Xante and Addrea. School.
Albert Andergon. 430 South Tweotr-fourth St... Central .
Mabel Anderson, 3136 Chicago St Farnam
Rom Beteman, 623 North Nineteenth fit. . . . . Cats
Francis Brown, 4113 Fort 8t maB.'V
Anna Bratda, 1944 South Fifteenth St Comenius '.' 189
v.uiiiueu, tiov curt si webeter 1902
William P. Carpenter w.in.,. um
Clifford E. ChriBtianeon. 1801 N. Thirty-fourth. .Franklin ....." 1904
Leona Do Yoe. 2660 Fowler Ava Saratoga .'897
Charles Daniele. 1204 Can St.. (rear) Case ig9
Viola Blanch Dorrah, 1715 California St. ...... Caa. !!!l900
Josle Gradow.ka, 3213 Boulevard Tm. ConceDtlon . .. ifiiw
elen Glvin. 1811 Grace St t .v-
Margaret A. Glvler. 4716 North Tbtrty-seventh. . Monmouth Park. ..1903
Ruth Harrig. 2721 Sprague St Saratoga 1901
Luclle Janowgkl. 2726 South Twenty-fourth St. .Ira. Conception ...1903
svaiiiao, ma tnarie Bt ti--n
Abe Kadamar, 2414 North Twenty-fourth St Lake ...7.
Henrietta Llljegron, 3338 South Seventeenth fir vinfn
Muriel C. Long, 3103 Vinton St winH.
George C. Lucag. 4223 Burdette St CMttMt triii
eyron js. Lawrence, 3516 Jones St
Grace Mahaffey, 1325 South Thirtv-flrat Rr
John J. Nicholsen, 1133 North Nineteenth St...
Catheryn Ohman, 2508 Davenport St
ineresa rock, 19 14 Dorcaa St
Ullian Peterson. 4502 North Thirty-fourth St.
John K. Pollard. 2562 Camden Ave Howard Kennedy.,1895
Mamie Techa, 3426 South Fifteenth St Edw. Ro.ewater. . 1903
3-rancee Romey, 2122 Ames Ave Saratoga iboj
Carl Ruff. 8001 South Ninth St .Bancroft llll
Richard E. Ryley, 1254 South Sixteenth St Comenlus ....""l901
Ralph Rounan, 2220 South Twenty-eighth 8t...Dupont "i898
Clifford C. Stuben, 2817 Woolworth Ave Park " 1897
Casslug Shimer, 116 South Forty-second St High i89B
Teobald Sliewskl, 2364 South Twenty-eighth 6t..Im. Conception ' i'.'l 9 00
A ex Bweedler, 3319 Dewey Ave Farnam 1896
Alfred T. Thompson. 2717 Bristol St Lothrop
James VsVerka, 1519 South Twenty-seventh St...Park .. ill!
Nathaniel Whitley. J121 Charles St Franklin ..' ilal
Winiam M. Welch, 1914 South Thirty-third St.. Windsor ....V." 1901
. Kellom 1898
.Central ....... ..1897
.St. Joseph 1900
.Monmouth Park.. 1902
The aocompaaying sketch shows two
consarvaUv. yet pretty Fall styles in
The upper one is formed of knife
Sleeted silk ruffle, and topped by a
irce black velvet bow.
The lower one is a combination of
black velvet, white felt aad a fancy
TICKLISH JOB PASSED UP
Shrewd ladtaa Chief rat a Poeer
to a Committee from
Ouanah Parker, chief Of the Comanche
Indian, enjoyed th reputation of being
th wlttlMt man of hi race. K vu
Ilk a maa ef affair and something of
a lonoyisu n nea appeared before the
committee of Indian affair regularly for
yara and th member of that commu
te had become Intimately acquainted
Two or three year ago Unci Sam Is
sued a mandate to tu effect that th. in.
dlens In the future should take unto
tnemseive but on wlfa Qtienah. ap
pearing before th committee, told It
member that many of th men of hi
tribe had more than one wife. He wa
admonished to go horn and tell them
that this condition of affairs could no
longer exist, sad that the surplus wive
muet be eent home to their parents.
Last session Parker again appeared be
fore th committee, and the following
conversation took place between him and
"Did you tell your buck that thy
must hav but en wife, Parker?"
"Tea, m tell tim." responded th In
"Old they get rid ef the etra wives V
Tee. all gone," answered the chief.
"But." urged the committeeman, "I
am told that you. yourself, hav six
"Tea, m got 1." said Parker.
"Now, tal will not do, Parker. You
hav got to get rid of the extra wive.
Tou g home and tell them to leave.
Send them back to their parents. Tell
lhm to go home."
"Toa tell 'urn." responded the Indian.
Oeeaed by Mistake.
The cheerful patient needed all hi
good spirit, for th severe operation
has been a failure and the docture were
hesitating to tell him. The physician
etood by ble bedside In the hospital, end
front his (rave expreaatoa the patient
ausTected the truth.
.l'WlL;'" ' wl,h mlle.
"It muet have been like thle."
He tumbled under hi pillow and pro.
duced aa envelope welch had been er
roneoualy delivered In another ward. Ob
the eovelope wa scribbled in pencil
"Opened by mistake." jxw Tork 6ua.
PANHANDLING FAR AT SEA
Schooner Load of Holy Cheater
' Sec ere Headoate oa the
The Red Star Una steamshln Tm..
which arrived in New Tork from Antwerp,
reported having spoken on Wednesday
the Holy Ghost and U oclty yacht
Coronet and having upplld It with pro
vision. It was in th afternoon and th
Lapland wa 900 mile from Sandy Hook
whn It sighted th Coronet, tossing on
a heavy sea. A th Lapland approached
th Coronet ran up signals to say "W
are short of provisions, Marvin."
Th liner wa slowed down, and as it
wa imposlbl for those on th yacht to
lower a boat. Captain Doxrud ordered
on of hi own overboard. Th Coronet
wa hove to and the sea wa rouh. tnr
th vessel had Just emerged from a gal
that had r'arOed it progress for hour.
It took soms ttm provisioning th
mall boat for the cantaln wee rnm
He aent to th Coronet S00 oounds of hf.
Ixty pound each of sugar and corned
pork, forty-eight loaves of bread, fifty-
two pound of smoked beef, eevenfv-flv.
pounds of corned beef, twelve cheeeee and
four bag of potatoes.
Th Lapland boat ran un ta wlnrfwaiM
of th Coronet and drifted down until
about three hlp lengths away. Then
working to leeward It went alongside It
took much mor tlm to transfer the
good, but within two hour the Ionian
wa Skgala on th course. Captain Doxrud
offered to take passenger and crew off
th coronet, but th offer wa refused.
It wa recalled aboard the Laniand
that the Coronet had acquired a habit of
holding up tamahlp and getting fed.
It Itself had admitted getting- pro
vision some time before from a Trench
steamship. Some of the passenger re
marked that the Coronet (earned to be
the panhandler of the see. The Lapland
sent a wireless message to th Hamburg
American Unar President Grant, astern
and bound tht way. that th Coronet had
been properly provisioned by It, the
Lapland, just to let th President Or ant
will be an event of great importance to you. "We will present every lady
Visitor wiiu a.
Beautiful and Useful Souvenir
We desire to state in connection with our opening announcement that we will
il 1 n v i w a j
enaeavor to give me people oi umana tne oest values ior
the least money. We hope to make "The Famous" a
famous store in this city. Famous for honest effort to
please; famous for quality and famous for
good goods at low prices.
Our millinery department will show th latest
expression of the designer's art. Exact copies of
Oar Cloaks and Suits -from the leading foreign
and domHtlr mikeri. Tn eVile 4niTtm.nt ni
feature garments at 910.00, that will compare far
orebly with some you have seen at $20.00.
Pure silk, oil boiled taffeta and mescaline petticoats.
$5.00 VALUES AT $1.75.
Wa will sppreciate a visit from you.
Second oor KcOrory' Sfw S and 10-Oent Store.
u hi neM b u srisiat I viatrios.
upstair, where the rent la low
know that no more food wa needed.
There are thirty-two- soul aboard th
Coronet, Including eight women, and two
ehlldran. New Tork Bun.
in Two-Story Fall
Falling out of a second-storv wlndnw
1 against the peace and dignity of South
Omaha and contrary to th statute pro
vided. At least that 1 what Howard Farrell
thought when he wa whlaked away to
th station after tumbling out of the
econd tory of th Roosevelt hotel,
Twnty-sventh and N etreet. early. Fri
When Howard ctruck the ground be
low he was evidently humiliated, for he
arose and tried to explain matter to
those who had hurried to the cn. He
tried to explain to the police, but they
oar-ted him to the station to look him
over. Rave for a slight abrasion on the
aos Farrell waa uninjured, and he was
later released by the police.
Three weeks ago a negro fell out of
the same hotel and wa killed.
- , irJvfasi-- -ve3h. a .a.- -M4kBW
For the Free Kitchen Ware
Moalaca ef ss Old Sport. '
Th man who duin't fall tmn't
arily a success.
ine urn to piay -em a If you had 'em
1 when your stack geta low.
Th "do-otber-or-thy'U-do-youA man
nerennlallv wear ttm f rinv
Trouble like to Ulp us Just to see If
we ii lay prone 10 gel up again and dust
Th bird called th Phoenix may not
exlat todav. hut rhiir AnAun't ...
from playlnc hie dope all aoroaa th.
It a all right to teady yourlf befor
throwing th ball, but h player who
ln an.n tt ervim anv ius.IIIm ... -i
goodie. New Tork World.
"It feels to food mnd tmeart to weU."
TTELVETRIB feels good
' because of the vrTvtv
softness of its fabric. Because
it is elastic both ways, and
has a snug, easy fit.
The Velvctrib fabric is knit of the finest
Egyptian yarn in two closely inter
woven layers. This construction
means elasticity and permits of great
warmth wit hout great weight orcoarse
ness of fabric The Velvctrib is 80
to 100 stronger than underwear
fabric of equal weight.
Vtlottrib is Guaranteed
against Irritation to th skin, shrinking,
ripping, tearing, bagging or money back.
A Velpetrib garment is reinforced wherever
strain corac. It is doubl luck-en tched
throughout. Alk yomr dUr,
So!' lens Imkk Um See. C
Try WMe. Uaioa Salts, wtth
the pecteuoeai Ueaila crotca.
ONOTA wotting mills, utka. h. t.
Byrne Jb Hammer C. O. Co.
ML E. Smith A Co.
Great Majestic Eange.
Tomorrow is the last day
on which you may obtain
the splendid set of kitchen
ware free of charee with the
Vaii rjtrt Jtlwnvfl Kiitr triA vwntro
at tne same price, but you will only obtain this premium
this week, and the premium is worth just $8.00.
We make it easy for you. You don't have to take
the range at once. Simply place your order now so that
we may 6end your name to the factory and the range and
premium will be delivered when you are ready.
The day of th cheap steal rang has passed. Coma In and see
the only Genuine Charcoal Iron Range- mad. Sample the tempting
biscuit baked In three minutes, using a paper stove pipe. Get your
order In and secure the premium.
JOHN IIUSSIE HARDWARE CO.
2407-09 CUMINQ STREET
"If you boy It of Hul It's right."
Bargains for a Day, But Bargains that Pay
For Saturday only we make the following radical
cuts of five articles that will make even the most ex
perienced bargain hunter ask "How can they do it!"
Look at these a minute:
15o Brass Curtain Rod -Extends to Si Incnes. Excellent ar
ticle, each j
t8.no Scrim Curtain With embroidered border; full size; high
eat Quality 5Q
3.00 Tufted Rag Rug Fine quality. 27x54 Inches ....105
1JH Japaneae Graaa Rap Sis 30xS0 -Ooc?
Roomy, Strong Rocker imitation mahogany or oak. Strongly
built; high back, wlda seat, attractive and durable ...-83.25
Miller, Stewart & Beaton Co.
THE TAG-POLICY HOUSE.
Established 1M4. 418-15-1 T South Sixfwjth St.
v. r. stsajc BAKisra ooaaasrr
The brown, well baked
Our bread makea a better breakfast
le possible when an ordinary loir it .""
Its deliclou. oualit, trr-pa't slet t
atlB. It. .weetr.es. and I "lvoDu2.f ".T
palate and the crisp niciv bre.V.f'' ,h
rounds out a list of its Tm.rtte hi'1 cr,t
t. eatlnst aJtoMth.r Kryiai T m"
5c at all grocers