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THE BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912. FILMS HELP RED CROSS WORK Mrs. Edholm Calls the Movies to Her Assistance in Promotion. GRADUATE NURSES TO HELP Vxanclntlon of XunH Says M Hopes lo Sell Thousand Dollars Worth of Red Crt. Srl Before the First oT the Yrnr. Mr. JC It. J. Edholm, KocreUry of the Nebraska RKooclatlon for the study and prevention of tuberculosis, has enlisted the aid of the Omaha General Film com. jny In carrying on the rca Cross Heal campaign In Nebraska thU winter. This company hat booked the lied Cross film entitled "Hope." Ill eevernl of the town of Nebraska, and It will be shown prac tically every day from now until Jan uary 1. t . The work of getting out the Bed Cross tcaU is keeping Mrs. Edholm extremely busy. 8he says th'at al6ut 300 agents In Omaha will eUl.'Rcd Cros scats this winter. The1 soalsi will ibe put on the market on Dccember'l. The state association of graduate nurses have agreed to sclt 11.000 worth, of these stamps before January ' If list ttir the graduate nurse sold almost 41,000 worth and this year they will ex ceed that amount, Last year Ihere wero but 1M agents In ho elty to sell these sumps, but Mr. Edholm says this num ber will bo Increased' by at least fifty. Clubs TkC Up 'Proposition. Tho various woman's" clubs lnOmaha have taken hold of the stamp proposi tion. One member of each organization lias been appointed to take chnrgo of tho boosting of Red Cross seats and already tho wotlt done ty them Is beginning to loom up. Tho following towns have been booked to show the moving picture "Hopo" nt their theaters: Omaha, Hasting, Lin coln, Fremont. Norfolk, Wayne, Reward, Fairmont. Red Cloud, Albion. Coleman,' Grand Island. Schuyler, Kearney, North I'lattc, Falrbury, Mlndrn, Nellgh and Superior. How Old Tempus Fugit! Mnny of us were oxaspernted upon reading immediately after Christmas last year, the headline, "Fifty-ono Weeks 'Till Christmas." Christmas seemed very remote then t ! iM- 1 J !. ! it 1 i i ana we tusiiKea uic suggestion mat we snoum "ao our shopping early" and yet, hero wo are with only OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE IS THE Grand Ribbon Sale Saturday, November 23, at 10 A. M. "When thn designs, the widths, the colorings, the mag nificent qualities and tho prices are considered. AVe believe -wo tire within the limits of truthfulness, when we stale no Ribbon Sale in years, in this neck of the woods, equalled this one 3 GLORIOUS LOTS at 3 PRICES 69c, 39c and 25c. LOT 1 Quito a variety, several widths, puro silk, worth f0c, at yard ' 25 C LOT 2 A beautiful aggregation, many widths, splendid designs, quito a pick in this lot, many easily worth 8f)c, at thr-yard ... 39c LOT 3 Simply gorgeous, rich designs, heavy brocades, 'Pointed warps, some very wide, all beautiful quality; $1.25 would bO cheap for most of them. Saturday. .69c THANKSGIVING HINTS IN CENTER WINDOW- Special Sale of Linens Special sale of linens commencing Saturday, continuing for one week table napery, Madeira pieces, all reduced and one-fourth off a now importation of cluny pieces. Xchraskana nt the Hotels. C P. WUrgtns of Central City Is a guest of tho Merchants. o tern at tho Millard W. P. Pelerman of Dcnnlngton Is stop ping at the Hcnahaw. R. li. Hcrshey of Kearney, A. O. Smith of Daisey, Niels HJelm of Bancroft and , John Moscman of Oakland nro stopping at tho Loyal. W. A. Larson of Central City. John T. Dressier or Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Houston of Tckamah, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Utile of Lyons, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. G. H, Bebster of Tekamah and Cora Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. O. Swansnn, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Nlxer. Mr. and Mrs. x,. 1). Phlpp anfl Mr. and Mrs, K. IJatty of Oakland are at the l'axton. Bill Ure is Butt of Baker's Daffydil Judge Ben 8. Baker, city corporation connsel, says he doesn't fall much for The Bee's daffydlls, "but I've got one that's pretty good," ho concludes. .Sometime ago, now on to n year, tho Judge made a bet with City Treasurer! lire- The Judge won, but he forgot until recently that ho had a new lid coming at Ure's expense. Ure called on tho Judgo and asked tor somo legal advice. He wanted to know If a delinquent taxpayer couldn't pay either tho principal or the Interest with out paying both principal and Interest. It seems that taxpayers In ninny Instances bWo personal taxes for a Idng veHes of years, so that the Interest not Infrequently amounts to twlco tho prin cipal or even more. Judgo Baker ruled that the principal or thn Interest could not bo accepted and tho taxpayers would havo to dig up fur oil. Ure had hoped for something better, .And so he wont back, to his office, looked up Judge Baker's record, found ho owed some personal taxes for 1M2, and promptly mailed the judge a bill for tho same with Interest umountlng to (6.47. Just as promptly the Judge forwarded a check for payment In full. Then Judgo Baker strolled to tho near est haberdasher and purchased a now hat which cost more than the Interest on hit personal taxes and had It charged to Vre. ' When tho Judgo returned to his office tho assistant city attorney looked lit the hat "Is It a velour?" ha disked, "Nix," said the Judge. "It's a Wlll-Ure." Our New Shoe Section Is having really marvelous business. We sincerely urge you to mako an effort to come Saturday morning for satisfac tory sorvico and perfection of fit. Terribly hurried and rushed usually afternoons. Women tako kindly to the new street boots flat forepart and low heels in tan calf lace, dull calf laco and button. The price is $5.00 and the valuo is ,tliorc. The young women are simply in lovo with tlio low heel dan cing pumps $4.00 is the price and they're worth it. PARTY SLIPPERS There's. a wonderful difference in satins ours nro made of tho best grades mado es pecially for slippers receding toes and French heels liavo the call; they como in pink, blue,.ihi.te and black these also are, a pair ..... I $4.00 Boudoir Slippers in red, pink, black and lavender, at a pair 4 1 ' $2.00 Four Weeks Until the Joyous Season We Aro Delightfully Ready And Right Here is Where We Intend, to be Helpful to You. Specials For Saturday From Ready-to-Wear Section Drosses worth up' to $30.00 CT tf"W f wWbe sold at ll.UU Evening xlressos, dancing frocks, street dresses, fine serges, French challies, imported velvets English cords, charmeuse and chiffon. And hero's a special in keeping with the suggestion of Yuletides' near approach Just hv-S, lqt of felt, fur trimmed house slippers,, wonderfully comfjaf tho floors aro a little cold in the mornings, and regardless of these nice, sunshiny days that too will come Juliette style, rod and .black are the best colors, will be $1.50 later, but on Satin-day, nt tho pair '. 98c Scdres of holiday books arriving daily Christmas Cards; Stickers, Calendars, etc., now in stock and it's a mighty good time to make selections. DOVYOU.REALIZE THAT BEFORE THIS LAST YEAR WE HAD ZERO WEATHER? Under same conditions thiB year we could not recite this story from the children's section. Mild weather finds us with too many children's coats. While cold weather will come as sure as "Death and "Taxes," it's not our way to wait, and so we have laid out a splendid lot of coats, and put a season's end price on them to sell them Saturday. COATS FOR ALL AGES Fine broadcloths, Zibelines, etc., for youngsters of 2 to f years, and 'some excellent winter fabrics for those from G to 14 years; plain weaves and the rough or curly boucles, for juniors, from 13 to 17 years, coats that sold up to $18, at one price $8.75 OUR DOLL FAMILY Invites you tp.an at home Sat urday. They are here from every clrmo, nearly every race is'rQpresented, except; those red haired, light skinned mos (the lost tribe who were discovered. recently) ; many sizes rind coinplexions, nude, dressed and undressed. ' ' K. S. V. P. There is One Even,t Thai Omaha's Discriminating Women Always Wait for Pur Thanksgiving Sale of China We make no claims to having a regular China depart ment, but ladies tell us that nowhere in this section can so many choice novelties be found, for gifts or otherwise. We quote a few specinls of the many to be offered on Saturday, November 23 Tray and G coasters, at $1.25 the set. Coasters, at 10c;,each should be much more. Bread baskets, a Thanksgiving special each, .50c French cups, saucers und plates, each. . .' 25c Brass jardiniers, instead' of $1.50 v 79c No Thanksgiving Dinner Will Be Quite Complete Unless "BiIdiH" is Represented For Dessert Mr. Cobb suggests Individual ice cream turkeys, dozen $2.00 Individual roses, peaclies, apple, hom of plenty, per dozen , $2.00 Southern fruitcake, French fruits and nuts, lb...503 Salted PeOans, Almonds, Pistachois, Marrons, French Fruit, otc. These are considered essentials for a well ordered table. , 1 Frozen Egg Nogg, gallon $2.00 Vanilla with French Chorries, gallon $2.00 Nesselrodo pudding, gallon $2.00 Magpie with Pecan nuts, gallon ,...$2.00 Tutti Frutti, gallon $2.00 Special care is taken in getting up' all these deli cacies. They must meet the Balduff standard. Table decorations, costume mottos, cases for ices, German boxes, baskets, dbileys, otc. A box. of "Bal duff 's de luxe chocolates and bonbons will delight the hostess, take one with you when you go to the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb have planned a number of extra specials for' Saturday. Popular Pikers, oblong shape, thin shell on the outside filled with chocolate, cocoa nut and ground nuts rather tempting ain't it? Reg ular price 40c a lb., trial box, -lb 15c But here's richness Caramel Glaces, a maple cream caramel dipped in cream, flavored with Canada maplo sugar, per lb. box 25c We sprung this once before and sold out early in the afternoon. The usual price is 40c the pound. Come early Saturday. n X THOMAS KILPATRICK & CO- OMAHA X Some Late Corn in State May Be Soft There will bo a great deal ot mott corn In tha state this year, accoixllnff to J, G. Hasting, cashier of the Furmera and Merchants bank ot Decatur, who vraa In Omaha. Ho says ho has been out on the farms some recently and finds that nl tbiuch the farmers ure luuklnc and crib, lilng the corn Vhere ura u Kreat many soft tars. Tills, he says, Is Uuo to the fact that some of tho corn was planted too late to maturo properly, some- beln replanted after the first planting n the sprlntr fulled to grow. The"funners are crlh I'ltiK It, he says, as. they foe) that It will dry In the narrower cribs being used nowadays. WALKS FROM SOUTH DAKOTA TO JOIN UNCLE SAM'S NAVY V. W, Orendorff of Charoplln, 8. D., walked tho entire distance from that town to Omaha In order to Join tho navy. The nearest rtcrultlni; station to his town Is Lincoln, but he preferred to en list from the Omaha station. After his long walk, which Is over 400 miles, Oren. dorff was In good physical condition and passed the examination without trouble Ho was sent to the naval training station nt Ban Francisco. Orendorff left his home early In September, but stopped on the way to take odd jobs. RONEY'S BOYS TO APPEAR AT THE Y. M. C. A. SUNDAY -Honey's noys" Concert company, an excellent organization of Juvenile must clans, will appear In a special protrum at the Younc Men's Christian association Bunday afternoon. There Is no company like them or remoey approaching them In either this country or Kurope. The works of the greatest composers of all time, aa well as of the finest composers. ure drawn upon for their programs, yet oJd'Ume favorites and Iaugh.provoklnr Jingles are often given an encores. tVnaltt In tbe Act and arrested by Dr. King's New Ufe Pills, bilious hetdache quits and liver, rtomach and bowels act rlgliL Only Zc For sals by Beaton J)m Co,-AdvcrUe nient- slon for all. white Decorations were blue and By MELLIFIOIA. 'Friday,-Npy4 22, 1912, HE social calondar Is rapidly fllllrig upiwItK. nodal 'affairs, Iwth formal nnd informal. Each day brlnga invitations of intqroa. .Mrs. Gould Dlots and Mra. Charles A. Hull(w!)l Usuo Imitations Saturday for a toa to bo given Thursday nftbrnoon, Do'cdmbor G, from 4 to 6 o'clock, at tho attractive now homo of Mrs. Dlotz. This will bo the first largo affair glvon by Mrs, Dletz since moving into her now homo. Mrs. Arthur Keollno will entertain at bridge Monday afternoon at hor homo. ' Mrs. Q. W. McKoath will glvo a largo afternoon reception next Tuesday In houor of hor mother, Mrs. Frooraan,. and' for Mrd. Windsor Mogeatii of KunBas City. , Mrs. Frodorlc W. Thomas will entertain' at brldgo next Wednesday afternoon at hor homo. ' Wednesday evening the' Original Cooking club will, give a dinner and danco at (ho Country club -.,: . . . Thursday will bo Thanksgiving day,hcn thoro will bo many fumlly dinner parties, and many will attend the foot ball games. Friday ovonlng the officers and ladles df Fort Crook "will .inaugurate tholr series of winter dances with a hop, to bo, given In tbo post headciupr icrs. m nereaucr uia aanccs win do given on tno second and fourth Friday evenings of each month, from December to noxt April, Inclusive: Invitations for each danco will bo sent by individual officers during this season, a slight variation from the custom. of preceding years, when tho army puoplo havo Invited their friends to tho entire series at tho beglunlrig of the winter. Tho hop committeo for the winter includes Captain Nuttman, Captain van Duyne, Lieutenants Kolley. Fulton and Drown. Saturday afternoon Mrs, George Tbummell will give a debut tea for her daughtor, Miss Katherlno Thummell. Besides these large affairs, many small, theater and bridge parties will be given noxt wek. Numerous affairs aro also scheduled for the first two weeks in Decern- ber. Mrs. ltobert a. Anglln will entertain at brldgo December 3 for Miss Margaret Greer Ilauru. December 5 Mrs. Diets and Mrs, Hull will give a tea and December G will probably inaugurate .the winter season of military hops at Fort Omaha. Tho officers and ladles ot the post are planning to have tho hops tho first and third Fridays of tho month, alternating with Fort Crook. The following' week Mrs. . L. Carter will entertain at two afternoon teas, December 10 nnd 11, in honor of her daughter. Miss Allco Carter. Holiday week is also filled with social entertainments, but most ot the affairs aro for the school BOt. .Bridge for Debutantes.- , Mrs. Clement Chase was hostess at a delightful bridge party, this uttrnoon nt htf homo! ' In honor' of MUs Margaret Greer Baum, vjho (S' one, .ofi Jhe debut antes, and1 for Miss 'draco Mlddleton of Washington; , d. c., who' the guest of .Mrs. Qliato and Mrs, Carmellta Chase. iiioaa presenv were:" Trt.n... , I . . in. Margaret 'G refer OaVriMaryvlUnirwalt. Uruce Mlddleton, Manr'jRIchardBon. l'aunne uqm-Ho,, Mildred Rogers. Violet JoWyn Oretchen McConnell, Helen Scabfe, , , Dorothy -Morgun, Bertha' Dickey, ' KllroWh sickens, Alice Carter, . , Curolyu Uarhulow, Daphne Peters', Gertrude-Smith of Katherlno Thummell. New York. wary yurwejv Dorothy Hall. Katherlno Hecsop, , Ruth Hitchcock. Miiarea mitier, ' Kugr Personal Gossip. Mrs. Morler and suss Amy Moner ot Chicago arrived this morning to be the guests of Miss Morler" fiance. Mr. Thomas H. Matters, jr. Saturday Mr. Matters will motor to Lincoln to attend the IJncoln-Oklahoma foot ball game, when his gucKta will be Miss Amy Morler of Chicago, Ma llelen Smith ot Iloston, Miss Helen Matters, Mr. Chetter Dudley and Mr, George Agnew. R. M. S. Dance at Borne. The O mali a Woman's clqb ot the rail way mail service will give a dancing party thia evening at the Itome hotel, The rooms, will be decorated with palms ana nags. Saracas and Philatheas. As a climax of the recent membership comem or tne Hanscom lark ilaraca class tnq -whites" entertained last night at me nome of Mrs. wlnget. 1307 Georgia avenue, ine guests were the "blues." who were winners In the contest, and ali the Philathuaa. About sixty wero pres. eni. a numfer or interesting gams, to geiner with readings by Miss Uessle Freeman, made a very enjoyable occa- . Nonnia Page. MaVBaret McPhcrson, Elizabeth. Uruoc. Lceta Hbldrtse, genie Wlrttrnore, JarmeiH" . nasc. Ddrolhy'.RlnKwalt, lEHl Millinery Sale Continued i , r Birthday Celebratipn airs. .Minn! mtnme, a well known pioneer, of .DongWs county, celebrated her slxty-efghtri WVt'hday ut tho home of her daughter., Mrs. .11". H. Johnson, 2SS3 Wirt I nt.w.. iui(ig uuinuvr reiaiives alio friends werfi , present. Mrs. Ttmme re ceived several bouquets of cut flowers a'ndia number atfglfta. The evening was spent In coords npd dancing. Supjxir was served In- the evening. ' Those nresent were: Mr. and Mrs. Sharp. Mr. apd Mrs. Smith. c , Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Tlcdnno. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Matthews.'- Mr. nnd Mrs. William Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter. Mr. nnd Mrs! Charles Witmore. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Tlmme.. Mr. 'and Mrs. Herman Timmn. Mr. and Mrs. H- H. Johnson. Meadames . Mesdames Balance of our purchase of Trimmed Hats go oh Sale Saturday at Many new hats have been added V to this lot hats regularly priced up to $12.00 and $15.00, at Thos Kilpatrick Co. 3 Karl UurllnRhqf, Minnie TJnnne. Mary Tlmme, Uckhardt. George Tlmme. freaa Urchin. Mlssee I.uclle Jodltt. Klsle .Tlmme, Lena Tlmme. 'lola Schneider. Grace Schneider, Thelma Tuttle. isva WKtmore, Messrs. J. C. Klmbrell, r rou, Karl Roiberir. ClurK Tlmme. Fred Tlmme. Cullen Tlmme, Klovd Tlmme. Cloyd Johnson, AVllson. Lena Larson ot North Dakota, ifrore. Sarah lingers, John Dec. MiHSCH Pearl Vtmore, Myrtle Ttmmo. Louise Tlmme. Lillian Ttmme, Irene Tlmme. Lois Johnson. Messrs. Wesley Wetmorc. Wllhert Schneider, Sylvian Schneider, k Russell Schneider. Homer Sharp, Royal Tuttle, Ray Frou. Milton Krou. Bixby-Vierling Wedding. The wedamg of Miss Claire Vterllng, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Vlcr ling to Mr. Halo Illxby took place at tho homo of the bride's parents at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Kcv, T. J. Mnckay and there were no attendants. Only the Im mediate families were present. The bride woro her traveling suit of king's blue broadcloth with a toque pf blue velvet trimmed 'with moleskin. , The rooms wur'o docorated with pink, and lavender chrysanthemums and palms Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ulxby left at 6 o'clock for Columbus, O., where" they wll visit the bride's sister, Mrs. Lester Heln shelmer, and will be at homo In this city after January 1, Michigan Alumni Banquet. Local Michigan alumni will give their annual banquet at the University club Monday evening. November S5. at 6: o'clock. The evening's program Includes "Tho Michigan-Cornel! Game," by an eye-witness. The following will respond to toasts: Messrs. Lysle I. Abbott, A. W. Jefferla. George Klshsr. Dr. V. F, Clark, Jesse Palmer and C K. Paulsen. China Shower for Bride. The members of the C. B. club gave a tea shower last evening complimentary to Miss Eva Strlngham, who Is to he a November bride. In addition to the gifts for an afternoon tea, many original re cipes and valuable advice was given, and a most pleasant evening spent. The members present Misses Rose Eddy, Lena Sasstrom, Bertlui Myers, Bdnu Ulair. Rertha Meyers. Abigail Manning. were: Misses Leone Myers, A nna Myers, Mary Agnes Wilson, - Delxclle ltlRci. Eva Strlngham. of tho season Thursday evening at Jacobs Hall. The next party will be (Thursday evening, December 4. Sixty guests were present at the party last evening. Omikron Club Party. The Omikron club gave the second of their series of winter dancing parties' Thursday evening at Chambers' academy. Those present were: Misses Misses Mae Engler, Roieltha Skinner, Hasel Howard, Anne Dennis. Uarila Scott, Harriet Copley, Florence Liver. Nannie Page, Gretchen McConnell, Marguerite Prentiss, Mildred Marr, Ruth Lntenser, Laula Kuhlman, Grace McBrlde, Marjorle Howland, Messrs. John Woodworth, Alan McDonald, A. I. Crelgh, R. U. Montgomery, W. S. Byrne, J. F. Anson. Carroll Belden. nrandon Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rees, Jr, Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Buell. Marguerite Busch'. Messrs. Tale C. Holland, Walter Laubach, Joseph litngnalt, Lee G. MItcheU. Robert C. Fisher, M. F. Kngetman, Lloyd S. Smith. John Latenser, jr. Karlyle Club Dance. The Karlyle club held the fourth dance Social Affairs Friday. Mrs. W. C, Sunderland entertained the members of the Omaha Whist club at .luncheon Friday. The afternoon was fcpent playing whist and five tables were placed for the game. Mrs. W. J. Burgess entertained Infor mally at bridge Friday afternoon at her home for Mrs. George K. Roberts of Boston. Three tables of players were present. ' Senator Millard and Miss Jessie Millard will entertain at dinner this evening nt their home. Mesdames Conrad Spens, KlatterClub. Miss Josephine Blxby entertained tho Klatter club this afternoon. Those pros- ' cnt were: Mesdames Robert Mltche, of Dc.i Moines. From Council Bluffs were: Mesdames Mesdames HODeriimnenart. itoy Wilcox. William RlBdon, George Van Brunt, Perry Badolet, R y De Vol, Frank Plnney, Charles Hannan, . Lyle Burton. Albert Dlxinsnn Harry Van Brunt, Earl Bellinger, Robert' Wallace, h'dson Damon, H. H. Plnney. George Mayne, Henry uutier. Misses Nina Meyers, Evelyn Thomas, Eleanor Brown, Misses Hopo Huncliett. Marja McDowell of Hardy, Neb. Surprise Party. The young pcopio of thu weet end sa a pleasant surprise party for Mr. Pam Hampton In honor of his twenty-first birthday Thursday evening. Pictures were taken by Mr. Torry Bryant. The table was decorated In rod and white. Those present were: t Misses Eleanor Woodruff, Frances Lovgren. Ruth Hawklnaon, Mable Conklln, Stella Leach. Messrs. William Jorsenren, Edward Edmond, Clarence Allen. Alvin Mason, Mips--Mary Van Zandt, Ruth Rylander. Marjory Bryant. Gertrudo Lovgren. Messrs. Deyo Crane. William Huston, William Paul Hamplt Henry Hancock- Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.