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TIIF, BEE: OMAHA, TThSDAY, J NTAKV 21. 1013.
10 TAKE HOMEFARTHER OUT' Old Peoples' Home Will Sell Prop erty Bequeathed to It. WILL GIVE THEM MORE GROUND By MELLIFICIA. BEB'HMWB Knnlillnn: Alruir Ininntrm Who Vre Still Able lit "Work nn Hppor- Innltr lo Onipy Thrlr Mlnila j with linnlrnlH lite. , T e Women's Chrlatlan whlrh hd ' H Ki of the Old Peoples home and Mb I inaK ment. has nlxtmlom-d the Idea -f ' lildlriK "1 he property bequeathed liy tlv late Anna Wilson on Wirt twtween Twentieth and Twenty-second street. It ins bren derided to sell the property and w'tii the proceeds ot the sate purchase arul farther out nml upon which It will n ( a hiilhllnK. H la thi Intention lo l"-. MinwRh land wi that sotne gardening M Monday, January 20, 1913. 1SS HBI.KN GOl'LDS trossmni will cost less thftn 11,000. Miss Gould Ih Indeed sotting, a good example to the Amnri-i can society girl. Mow few society girls would be content with a $1,000 trousseau lor an unduly rich youriK woman, Mlsa Helen Miller Gould will have ubout the simplest wedding that ha been celebrated In a long while. An' has nlready been formally announced, her wedding to Flnley J. Shepard. j assistant to the president of the Missouri Pacific system, will take placo at Miss Gould's beautiful country place, "Lynclhurst," at Tarrytown, on the Hudson. Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 p. in. "I.yndhurnt" 1b referred to. as AIIsb Gould's Reml-country place, but Tarrytown, whero Washington lrv-' Ing lived nml dreamed and worked, is really hardly more than a suburb of New York. KnBhlonnble modistes on Fifth avenue were much surprised when it' Is to coat Icbsi .in I... ilm hv thw mnn ami wnmitn -vini nn- Mill able t woik. They pref.-r became known that the trousseau of Miss Holcn M. Gould tl i t'i pitting KrounilMhc hnuvo as tho 1 than $1,000. ' Vut vitaon mSm."" "rW,Wl ('0U,d f0"0W8 11,0 exnm"lu Eel by MrH ',0,,n Jacob AHtor' whof,' Tin Wilson property on Wirt atre-st wedding wardrobe did not exceed that amount In cost. as ii frontace of more than tto fret tiiul ' Tho wcddlne gown will bo of Ivory white satin, trimmed with rose! 'henon are two house. On of these point lncc. The lace which adorns tho.gown Is very old and rare and was u-srs j. a brick structure, costing some , WL,(ldln; Blft to thc brhlc ,t wng impossible to lenrji who was the donor. ...( ukI the other Is a frame dwelling 1 . . . , , , ... . , . noted at u cost of about is.oxi. Tim I T1, K0W" ,B cut w,tn a cirt train, and a beautiful roso point veil will 1 roperty la pstlimtted to be worth IS.Onu, i completely cover It. -ut th.- amatlnn iloea not expect to tlnfnrn tlm inrnmnnv u wonderful niualcnl liroernm will bo given by vAlte thia amount at a sale Falling Stovepipe Covers Teacher and Children With Soot ' Nathan Kranko's orchestra of forty pieces. Nathan Frank o wns formerly an Omaha musician. Some of tho music has been selected by tin- bride l groom, who Is a Hklllrd musician. Thc entrance march will be the tradl I tlonal one from "Lohengrin, " and tho recessional will bo Mendelssohn's setting of "A Mldsummor Night's Drenm." Other selections will be from the compositions of Hundel, Wogner, JJassenel, Schumann, Godard and Klgnr. After tho ceremony and tho congratulations tho wedding break fust will be served in tho old Kngllsh dlrjlng hall Lyndhurat, which opens 1 hirt uiipIIk were ahoweipil Willi n ..in of kooI nml a ai'hool teiieher a nice, j Immediately off tho drawing room. v.hite dreaa became a robe or momntmr Miss Gould's brother-in-law and her younger slstor. tho Duke and an UiMant eterilny when the H" ' Duthess do Talleyrand-l'orlgord, who wns Miss Anna Gould before sho P,pe at Fairfax annex fell. None of th j ww,dod thc Count ,lo (on de Gastollanc, have arrived for the wedding. I I Brldtje Luncheon. i Mrs. II. G. Krans ami her alattr. Mlaa "tudents were Injured, but a panic wan rrvetited wlion the aoot anil aparka fell i.!v b h iolihi(ledno of tile o.-h..r Mlu IM.u, llllll. lalrfnx annex la n part of Clifton Hill I Hindu Unrt. entertained delightfully at s hool. Tin- iinnitv In ,. mm-innm i.rrnir U brl'lRe Uuiohcon thle nftemooti at the Move henta It nml a Unit; Pipe, with .ntiaotlvo home of Mrs. Kranr. near the tbows. lend, up Umumh the reillnff. j Field club. A color scheme of yellow and While the fire wns be'njf replenished, the I white wna used. Covers were placed for: Mrummen- Kliapp. T. u. rolrmnn. lie parttd tiiid fell with n great craah , Meatlninca- I Wllllnmllotz. A Child's Waste Cloged Bowels Mukes it erofcs, peevisli, rostloss mid fovonsh If tonguo foatod givo ' ' Syrup of Figs. 'hlldre4i dearly love to tako delicious Hrup of FIks" nndtiothliKf elsa cleans n.nl regulates their tender little ston.ituli, )l er and 30 feet of bowles no promptly inl thoroughly. Children k'et bilious and couatlpateil Ju.it Uko grown-upa. Then they got sick, tho tonguo Is coated, stomach sour, breath bad; they don't rut or.rcvt well, tucy become feverish, cross,' Irritable and don't wnut to play. Listen Moth- U. A. Mt'Dermott, M. Hhllley. Stlckmy, J. Kelly. Thomaa Murphy. F. J. Karrlnitton, 11. II. Morrell, T. li. Bturtevant. W. II. Murray, Thomas Kelly, i(i i A. Iluchanun, ht . ... ..in.. . L, Itlll), lohii Mach, Klnuane'". Nelson. Ourtr. Williams. M. 1). Cunioron. 12. II. I lowland, Mlsse.s Alico lluohaniiu. Mary Kelly, tlrueo UohrhoiiBh. Pearl RoCkcfetlow, Orpha cjulnn of Count-It niuffs, Margaret Hlley, McArdlc. Htoney. llurke, AltchlHou. W. H. Colling. Wllllntn Hchmoller, O. V. Walt. II. If. nab. H. Ilut-klnRhaui, McAdamr, Mc(Toy. I). V. Sholi-s, 1 C. Sholes. Martin Hush, George Hohrboush. II. Qulnu of Council Illuffs. Kdward Murphy, W. It. Wood, li. O. Kran. Mlaaes Kllxabeth McAnlle. Phllomena Hush. Seymour, Keys, May Ilalplne, Mary Hart, fltacla Hart. ers tor your chlld'B aake don't forco ! tir. j f -Riverside. ho llttlo bne to swallow iiaiiseatlnK n u, urettv home weddings of castor oil, vlolont on i a n In like Curthartto it Syrup of Klga will liavo yoUr child smiling and ltappy ugaiu In Just a faw hours. Syrup 6f Klca will eontly clean, uweeten and regulate, the stomach, make llio liver active and move on and out of the bowels all the constipated mutter, thc sour bile, the foul, ulogged-up waste nd poisons, without causing cramps or Krlplncr. With Hyrup of Figs you are not drug King or injuring your children. Being omposed entirely of luscious figs, aenna and aromntlcs It cannot bo harmful. Full directions for children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the package. Ask your drugglat for the full name Syrup or Figs and Kllxlr of Senna" prepared by tho California Fig Hyrup Co, This Is the delicious tasting, genuine old reliable ltefuso anything else offered. Tuesday We Bring Forward More Big Lots in Our SENSATIONAL SALE OF Damaged Linens More than 200,000 yards of water soiled and slightly damaged linens bought from S. Steinfeldt & Co., 600 Broadway, New York NOW ON SALE IN OUR BASEMENT At Bargains Never JBefore Offered in Omaha's History Great throngs on the opening day of this tremendous sale eould by no means deplete a stock of such huge proportions. New lots will be brought forward every day from this stock. These' linens, slightly soiled and damaged by bursting fire hose in the stock room of the Eastern Manufacturing companx, on lower Broadway, New York, are being sold at unheard of bargains. Some are wet others spotless and perfect. ' be remembered by those who attend. Hecral Ir.tercMlng features will bo Intro duced during tho evening, one of whlr-h will bn nmslcnl niimbera hv thn (llrp eltih. together with fancy dancing by somo of Omaha's best tulent. Each class 1ms agreed to furnish n cosy corner and, as clas rivalry runs hlnh at the collcRe, tome clasry decorations ure looked for. lomcl or harsh lrrl-j . wn9 lhat held Thursday oven- pnk roses, pltls. a teaapoonful " mversltle, the country home of j Mr. D. C Mr. and Mrs. John nicnaru, wm . .. x .e us Kunls Kemp of New York was Riven In jand Mr. Jn Martin-Egan Wedding. Tho wedding of Miss lOrma KKai, daushter of Sir. and Mrs. K. )l. Kir.iu. ami Mr. William J. Mnrtln was celobrated at 4:30 o'clock Saturduy ufternoon at tho North Presbyterian church. Ilev. II. V HlRbce, pastor of the church, officiated. Miss Irma Hook played thc Ixihongrin bridal chorda and following the ceremony playeil Mendelssohn's wedding march. The bride worn a gown of whlto cluir meuse draped with Chantllly lace and pearls. Hrr veil was mndo cap fashion with touches of lilies of the Valley. fStio carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies ot the valley. Mrs. D. C. Kelster, sister of thc bride, was matron of honor. Her gown was deep pink messallne with overdrnpe of pink charmetisc. She carried an arm bou quet of pink roses. Miss Nell llbwk wlis bridesmaid and worn pals pink messnllnu with overdrew of pink charmcuso trimmed with shadow l.icc. Hhe also car cd an arm bouquet of UpjllU Jlia-U oiih .loui.I l"iX JM hjojjih jfatunii put: tUI 'M 'X MJJO UK uijuiuo jo hjM HV "I I"MA T.Uo MtfUO(I ohoij.i oq sjoqiojg puejapun rlWMi t M jcoo pjuu aoj oimnBqus pip -uods b sanutu h .iuouo3;.i jo oanojotio mi.w paxjtu JO OUOIV pOSfl '06U ODDII -Jiii 01 poidepu u03ds;i ai3 aH 9 "1 4 6$ niioujo U oniVA luoa )8i( oqx aoBU -jn) jo joiuan o3uuj jo inH 'S33 'iluiii! JhK0Ht03 ! "i Lt IV3IUOUOOO XiB AOU( BAV (003 IBOIIOU OIIX 'ODBU -Jti; jo joHJaq 'oSuuj joj 1R ai)fojisj3 h1 Jd 9$ rtoi paoJd .uo apitipuod -3p v "loq Xjsa dpuji oj lj)no -J)tiat jo oijtivj joj inn asli33 "9J. J 9S S30MJ M0- 6 eoo wiinjoo marriage by uncle. Mr. John lUeh.rU. to Mr. Harold Scot Brooklyn, N. V. Itev H. C. Cimi of New York performed the cw-mwiy. The Lohengrin wedding nmrch was played on the violin by Mr. Itarry McGregor and Mr. . Harry Lovott, while Miss Margaret lllchard accom panied them on the pipe organ. Tito bride's gown wns of Ivory satin with overdress of real lace. Her tullo veil was held In place with a spray of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of bride's" roses and lltits of the valley. Utile Miss Margaret McGregor carrk'd the ring In a calla Illy. She was, dressed In whlto satin. Miss Margaret McPhrrson was maid or honor. Hhe wore a gown of cieam satin with trimmings of silk lace and rhlne stones and In her hair a bird of paradise. She carried cream Voc- I Mr George lllchard served a best man. I Misses Margaret Scott, Elisabeth M-'- ii.nni.i isuhnll Duncan and Nancy 1 Young were bridesmaids slid wero drcss4d ) ! nllke In wldte chiffon over satin. Thty : wore plumes In their hair and carried Kelster 'was the best man, hers wero Mr. F, M. Beiredlct Jack Anderson. A reception was held In the evenini from S to U o'clock at thn homo "of tho bride's parents. Tho decorations wero pink and white carnations and in tno dining room red roses. Assisting- through tho rooms wero Miss Kate Davis, Mrs. Kathorlno I.eary, Mrs. W. H. Griffith nnd Mrs. I V. Benedict Mr. and Jlrs. Martin went on an east em wedding trip and will bo at home after February IB at IKHil Spalding street. $2 Soiled Crochet Bed Spreads at 98c Best quality fringe or plain bed .spreads, with cut or square corners some slightly water soiled all regular $2.00 values, at, each 98 r and $1.25 Soiled Bed Spreads, 49c 49c Vmn weave Crochet .Bed Spreads, plain or fringed edges, for single, three-quarter or large beds slightly soiled, at, each rr 70c Mercerized TABLE DAMASK, 39c 712-inch fine damask, in many designs, some slight ly soiled, but worth 70c a yard, at . 9c 22-in. Linen Dinner Napkins Firm weave, (?! FA heavy quality, worth $2.50, at, per doz. . . vlJw $1 quality, 70-in., full bleached and silver rn bleached all linen Table Damask, at, yd wtC $2.00 Hemstitched, Mercerized Table- Qfi cloths Slightly soiled, at, each J0C 35c All Linen Pin Huck Towels, at, -i n each 17-inch Linen Crash Toweling, worth Sc m slightly soiled, at, yard Free Instructions in Knitting and Crocheting Every day this wcok on our Main Floor. MIbs Strange will demonstrate tho many uses ot Flolsher's Yarns. Annual .Innuiiry Sale Children's Wnsh Dresses HokIiis Tlillrsdny On Our Socoml Floor. The bargains will bo wonderful. -J) 2 SPECIAL TUESDAY BARGAINS IN CORSETS conllltooim tir - women s lienume $3 Corsets at $2 All well Women's low bust and long waist corsets, made 'of fine coutil, lace trimmed, with 3 pairs good, heavy web garters a regular line from which we . can fit all figures very special bargain for ''Tuesday. .Never before offered at this price $25 makes' for medium and slender figures lace trimmed with ribbon at top; 3 pairs of hose supporters, with skirt, hook attached alwavs sells nt $3, January Sale Special, at nown Harmony Club Meets. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Dinning entertained the 'Harmony club Saturday evening at their home, when those present werei Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Benson. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Wood. Mr. nnd Mrs. W U Holby. Judge and Mrs. W. II. Muncer. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kcrlbnrr. Mr, and Mrs. O n. Bates, Mr. and Mrs, .1. I Maker. Mr. und Mrs John V. Dale. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank A. KwIiik. Mr, nnd Mrs. F. I,. McCov. Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Hholes. Mr. nnd Airs. Balph Brcckenrldg. Mr. and Mrs, '. H. Buchols. I ulnk nnd white roses. i Tho matrons of honor were Mesdamcs I George Donaldson. II. J. McrGegor, i George Mclntyre and John McDonald. Mrs. Donuldion wore pink satn with ! trimmings of Irish lace and rhlnestones. She wore a bird of paradise In her hair, j Mrs. McGregor wore black silk tare over whlto satin. She wore u band of ' pearls In her hair with aigrettes on the ilcft side. j Mrs. Mclntyre's gown was a draped : American beauty satin trimmed with j blaeknct and brilliants. In her hair she wore a nana or uruuanis win n nrron aigrette on the left side. Miss McDonald's gown was of blaak satin trimmed with brilliants. She wore a tiara of diamonds set In platinum In her hulr with white aigrette worn low on tho hair. Mrs. John Klclmrd's gown was lavender satin with overdress ot black silk laoe trimmed with Jets. Sho wore & band nf brilliants in her hulr with u bird of para dise on the loft side. I.lttle Misses Alice McIMierson, Mar garet Buthcrford. Kllsabeth Young and Margaret Duncan w,ere flower girls. They were gowned alike In Alias blue chiffon oxer satin of the same shade and carried baskets ot pink and white roses. Masters George Melntyre and Bobert Iivett carried the court train. Their suits were of white serge. Messrs. Dr. Salisbury. Andrew Stewart. Colonel Baldwin, KM win McLean and William Ulchard were the ushers. The groom's gift to the bride was a lu tiller ot diamonds set In platinum, hieh was the only Jewel she woro. Tho bride presented liur maid of honor und bridesmaids with gold blavelets set i with rubles. The groom piesenteU the best mat ...id usheis with gold knlvoa, engraved, ; After the ceremony Mrs. John Blohard I and the attendants wr In the receiv ing line and a dullgttful supper was served. j Mr. and Mrs. Scott left Sunday for : New York and will sail next Paturdny 1 $2 DEPENDS ON USE OF WORD of the word that counts, but how it Is said by a person, and that it is used gen erally in order to make a "mash" upon Judge Foster Says "Chicken" Mayitn un womtt" Be Harmless in Itself. BUT MASHERS WILL BE FINED Word tlself Ciiiimit He Construed nn n Ilsieiuriiiior, lint the I'rr- ' ami ITnIiiht It Mllxt Curef nl. lie Although Webster's unabridged diction ary gives the definition of "chicken" a.s one of tender age, a youthful girl, , nnd Judge Moore of Hagerstown, Mil., ruled that It was not; a misdemeanor to call a girl "chicken," Police Magistrate Charles li. Foster saj-s ho will "soak tho mash ers" the limit Judge Foster says It Is not the meauhig 'There Is no liunn In tho word chicken It Is a good word, but often put to tmd use. I havo looked up tho definition and know that It means a young girl, but that does not mean that a person can walk along the street and qnll every young woman ho meets chicken. "When a young man walks up to a girl on tho street and says, 'Hello, chicken,' ho Is endeavoring to pave the way for further acquaintance. It lH not the word that counts with me. It Is the way It is used. "Oh. you little rabbit, you fat llttla rascal, some bear, considerable wren, skirt, kid and all the. other names used In referring to extremely good looking young girls are harmless. There Is ito meaning In thc word which could be con strued as a mlsd6meanor. It Is how it Is used. "Tho same old scale of fines will pre vail In this court. Every masher will oe fined $25 and costs nnd forced to pay tno flno before releused from custody." AielirnsKniiM nt the Hotels. W. H. Menklng of Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cllno of Auburn. P. II. Walsh of Humboldt and H. H. AValdron of Water loo aro nt the Ilenshaw. II. K. Swanson of Bertrand. Paul Peter son of Blnlr. N. H. Nelson of Albion, J. A. Piatt of Emerson and II. Whalcn of Wayne hnve taken quarters at the Mer chants. O. II. Smith of Grand Island, j H. Miles of Falls City. E. G. Burrows of Mason City and Church Howe of Auburn uro at the Paxton ' W. P. Helnstack of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. George II. Brown of Ashland, A. M Adams of Central City nnd O. H. Payton of Scrlbner are guests of the Millard, It. C Jones of Ravenna, Mrs. R, j, Hnrte of Alns worth, E. A. Chester ot Grand Island and Peter Peterson otOak lund nre at tho Loyal. I To Wed in Denver. Mr .and Mrs. Max Klein of Denver an nounce the engugemenj. of tl(rlr duughtcr. llortense, to Mr, Julian Kanuei of Omaha. Tho wedding will take ' place March U) at thn home of the bride's oar cntN on West Boulevard avenue, Denver, In and Out of the Bee Hive. Mrs. J. N. Kopald has returned from ! a two months' visit to southern Call- j foi nla. Miss Helen Hoggs of Lincoln Is spend- lug a week In Omaha as tho guest-of Mrs. ! O. M-. Druse. 13T Park avenue. Mrs. H. L. Goldstono went to Chlcagi, Saturday to attend the wedding ot iur ' cousin, Miss Hattlo Hummer of Cnlcagn to Mr. J. Slngir. I Mrs. K. V- Lewis will nail next Satur. ! day from New York for Liverpool. La'.r she will go to South America. She ex pects to be gone about a year, Mr. ThoimiH Flynn lett Saturday even ing for New York, whero he Joined Mr, Flynn and Miss Ophelia Hayden. wha havo been visiting lu Washington for two weeks. They will remain east a short time longer. 1FST INn UPtl TU TO HfiTUCn un run n wimluw'm bouriu.No Bfitur I r b 6 iLKTliiNo. rguKB.T u.BS4 J uwlversity will give the last pt a srlsa a?;iifetgrjisj's,'t infrinl, ,,nwM,l at 'hnW' ik boi itvrtr tot DUumiOEA. it u bi! ;dny Tuesday evening. Januarj- The JlWiuf:. sum b4 sk tut -gn. IdaRoes have been so suoctuwful tlmt the Wisilsv Soolkliig Snvp." ta& uk ua Mku I . . . , , . .... . . Tiat-On nsta tsxut, dents Intend to make this one long to Dr, MoCrann's Son Killed at Honolulu John C. McCrunn. sou ot Dr. W. J. J ilcCrann, who was In the coast artillery service at Honolulu, was killed there by the explosion of a gun, according to a ( cablegram received by Dr Mt-Crnnn. who i formerly lived at South Omaha, but now reside at SUOS California Btreet. Dr. Mc- I Crann Is now seeking further Information. D. R. BUCK IS IMPROVING FR0MAUT0 INJURIES D. R. Buck, MX Urand avenue, who was struck by an automobile Saturday evening near Sixteenth and ' Farnam streets. Is reported as getting along fairly wll. We Is a little stronger, but Is not yet completely out of danger. Injured In h Klrr I ly u full: uituiv Arrda Sav Cures burns, cutn. wounds. nous, aoies, (M.-xma. 4lc. Uuurantwed. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. I For a Cheery Morning "Send-off" A piping hot cupful of this smooth, invigor ating coffee lights your face and rights your mind for the day's battle. It really has that rare flavor and aroma that most coffees claim. TONE'S Old Golden Coffee is always fresh, too, because it is sold in the whole bean which protects it from contaminat ing odors and less of taste and flavor. Coffee sold in cut or ground form is usually insipid in taste long before it reaches your grocer's shelves. Old Golden Coffee is properly roasted, b ended and packed in air-tight packages. 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