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Tin: bkk; omaija. sattkday, jantaky 25, iot3. OCIBTY?M M BEB-IflWB By MELLIPIOIA. Friday, January 24, 1913. I KNOW OMAHA DAY PLANHED Committee Tentatively Names May 23 as Date for This Year. ENTIRE CITY IS TO JOIN IN HE subscription dinner tlnncc proved a brilliant success, anil tlio r I Gchome for a varied ontortatnment program, I am 'happy to pay worked out satisfactorily. Just think of having a grand dinner, a theater party, a midnight supper and a rhythmic danco Into the -wee hours, all crowded into one night. The theater party part of It gave the common, every-day thontcr goer at the show on additional spectacular treat, for tho dinner danco crowd in its dazzling regalia, filled all tho choicest scats In the body of tho house, and the girls certainly did look pretty. Ono advantago of this exhibit, too, was that It showed who took whom and howthey managod to get such a criss-cross combination of partners Is ono of thoso unfathomable mys teries. Hut then, you know, a girl can't alwaya choose her own escort. Tho appearance ot tho house would, of course, have beon greatly en hanccd had the beauty bevies occupied tho boxes instead ot giving their preference to the orchstra chairs. I heard more than ono person remark that it was a shame to have tho boxes so bleak and empty with all the swelldom of society in full view. Incidentally, and, by the way, I hear that soveral upper crust engage ments, Involving members of both tho older and younger sots, are beiffg with difficulty kept from becoming puljllc property. Debutantes Honored. Mrs. AVallnco Heynolds entertained de IiChtfully at nn auction brlilRa luncheon today at liir homo 'n compliment to Miss Margaret Greer Jlnuin and Miss Carmo litii t'hnsc two of the ' n's debu tantes. Covers were placed for .Nutm-nne j nuniiuau Dorothy Hall, llrrtliu Dickey, Allcr Caltcr. I'aullnn Hourko, Carinellta, Chase, Margaret Orecr jinum Jrf-eta HoldreKO, Klluiheth .Dawn, Mildred nutlet. Katlvriine Heeiton, Klliabetl! nrucf, Mildred Itoccrs, aiary uurKiy Jlesclsune Harold rrltchott and Wal laco Keynotds. Maccabees Entertain. The Iulles of the Mnceitbeos, blve No. 47, were enturtalned by Mrs. Carmody nt curds nt her home, 3714 South Blxtcentli, Thursday afternoon. I'rliea wero awarded Mrs. Walters. Mrs. Kinney and Mrs Anderson. Music was furnished by Miss lYcKham. Those present were. Mcsdameii Flnney,,Ilynn, Urown, Jr.; Klatnm, Oellus, Andepton, Harnch, Kenney, Mulvlhlll, Waxner, Anderson, MoNnmlre. Watters, Mohr, fllansen. Carmody, Teckhanu Tor Louisville Quest. Mi. Hoxle Clsrk entertained at a beautifully appointed luncheon today at ha home of her mother, Mrs. Ella Eflulres, In compliment to Mrs. Ptnick of Louis ville, Ky Kiiest of Mrs. t 8. Cowglll. Covers were placed for: MewUratt- J. H Rummers, renlok, Mesdaraes V S. Cowglll, DeForest lUchanln, .'harlca Kountxe, "V. H. Wheeler, 1-uther Kountie, M. O. Colpntser, X F. Crofoot, Hoxle Clark. Attractive Dinner Party. Mrs. J. B. Summers, who has been en tertaining at a series of beautifully ap pointed parties, entertained Wednesday evenlnr nt her home and will entertain again next Wednesday evening;. Thoso present at the last entertainment were: Mr. nhd Mrs. Uoxin Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kountxe. Mr. and Mrs. Deforest Illchards. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Darker. Judge and Mrs. W. A. Itedlck. Dr. and Mrs. J. 12. Summers. Kensington Club. Mid. Helen Anderson was hostess on Wednesday afternoon at tlwi ineotlnir of the Original Hope Kensington club, whoso members Include Misses Atmenta Ans pach, Ethel Tlcrney, Mary Hyder, Ktliel Moller, Alma Borensen, Henrietta West, Helen Boronsen, Helen Anderson. For the Future. Mrs. Isaac, Carpenter will entertain at a large reception Monday afternoon, Feb ruary S, lh honor of her daughters, Mrs. George Barker, Jr., and Miss Nell Carpenter. Bridge for Bride. Mrs. J. Kdward O'Brlon entertained tt bridge this afternoon at her apartments at the Ixrenzen.ln honor of Miss Dorothy Morgan, whose engagement to Mr. Ralph Peters was recently announced, Hatur day afternoon Mrs. O'Hrien will enter tain In honor of Miss Dorothy Slovens, another bride-to-be. limine Jli,nr, Uhnrrhr nnd Ht-linnU l Ca.Oiernkt In Iloost Ina Ihr Men of "Knurr -Omnhit llrtter." irlday, Mai- tt, has bn tentatively decided upon as tho Know Omaha day of WIS and a special committee of the Com mercial club Is making plans fos- n "elo bratlon, In which every organisation and school In tho city wilt bo Invited to par ticipate. Koch organisation wll' be asked to old soino mertlng and talk of Omaha's busl ness, educational and moral reosurces on that day and the publlo and parochial schools already have agreed to co-operate. Asa special featuro of the day. winners of prizes 'n the school children's essay on Omaha contest will rccelvo their uuard. It Is planned to give the prizes to winner? In Omaha, South Omaha, Ben. son, Dundee and Florencu the tamo day. Speclul committees have been appointed by 15. V. DcnJson, chairman of the Know Omaha committee, to arrange additional features. Ministers will be usked to preach on Omaha tho Sunday preceding Know Omaha day nud another moving picture reel will lxi made to replace the ono taken last year, which proved thu most itopular and strongest asset ot tho Know Omaha eninunlirn. belnir shown to 750,t00 peoplo In Nebraska, Iown, Missouri and South Pakotli. It has been on 11s llay constantly since It was taken. Further plans for Know Omaha day will bo made at a meeting of the committee at tho Commercial club Thursday. Thoso who will arrango the features are K. F. Doiilson, chairman; C. C. ltoecwatcr, chairman of tho governing commltteo ot the publicity bureau; J. A. C. Kennedy, A. S. Burglum, V. S. Knapp, F. T. B. Mnrtln, E. A. Hlgglns, J. U Bobbins, Hurry, Fuync nnd 15. V. Parrlsli. Tho committed will be enlarged this your, nnd 13. V. IJarrlsh and K. F. Don Ison havo been appointed to formulate plans for tho reorganization. Omaha's Great Suit and Cloak House will hold its Greatest Sale Saturday, Every woman in search of style, quality and economy will he here and this will be the busiest spot in Omaha. THE GREAT SALE STARTS SATURDAY MORNING PROMPTLY AT 8 O'CLOCK THOSE WHO MISS THIS t BARGAIN EVENT WILL REGRET IT Hiohey-Rossiter Wedding. Tho wedding of Miss Esther A. Ttossl ter. daughter or Mrs. Itloluird Bosslter, and Mr. Floyd U, Illchey, formerly of East .Liverpool, took place Thursday ovcnlrur at 8 o'clock at tho homo of thn brldo's mother. Itov. Father J. F. Mc Carthy of St. rotor's church performed tho ceremony. MUui Marian McCaffrey played the LohcngTln bridal chorus. The brldo wore whlto meteor crepe, trimmed with pearls, rhlnestoncs and shadow laco. She wore a long veil held In place by rosebuds and carried a shower bou(uct of bride's roses and lilies ot the alley. Miss Ann llosslter, sister of tho bride, (as bridesmaid. Her gown was of white shadow lace draped In panniers, with pink brocaded satin. HHo carried a shower bouuuet of nlnk rosea and -nlnlc sweet pens, lu her hair she wore a whlteO algrottc. Mr. Edward Conoughy was best man. Tho bride presented her attendants With crescent pins set with pearls, and the best man received a watch clasp and chain from tho groom. The ushers were Mr, Arthur nnd Mr. AVUIIam McCaffrey. Following the ceremony a wedding sup per was served and covers were laid for sixty guests. Tho decorations for tho rooms were pink and white carnations ind smllax. Assisting lu the dining room were: Misses Misses Cialro May, Florence Dow, Jean Dow, Anne llosslter, Mudge Bosslter, Grace Baudo. Mona Bosslter, I'lorcnce Bosslter, Marie Carmody, Helen Carmody.. Mr. and Mrs. Blclioy will bo at home niter March 1 at the Banford. Among the out-of-town .guests were Mrs. Charles Matthews, Mr. P. J. McCaf pey, Mlsa Eileen Kavanaugh and Miss Vame Tag i art, all of Columbus, Neb. Elks Dancing Club Party. The Elks Dancing club gave a party at the club rooms Wednesday evening. Ths hext dancing party wilt be Tuesday, Feb ruary 4. This will be a hard times party. There will be no-guests that night. The following were present at the last party: Mr. and Mrs. Boy Pegau. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reed. Mr. and Mrs. U A. Ferau. Dr. and Mrs. Grant Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Btchard Forbes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trumbei. Mr. and Mrs. Caro. Mr. and Mrs. Eden. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. William Plainer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Denham. Mr, and Mrs. George Paddocks Mr. and Mrs. II. 10. U Kckermun. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stein. I Mr. and Mrs. Jeese Illatt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lllllc. . Sir. and Mrs. Al Falconer. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McMahon. 31r. and Mrs. Vincent Donnod . Mr. and airs. I C. Heed. Mr. and Mrs. 8. I. Dettman. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. "Bralley. Mr. ond Mrs. Morrison Castle. Mr. and Mrs. William II. Gould. Mr. and .Mrv Max NippeL. Mr. and Mrs. o: W. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stericker. Mr.'aud Mrs. W. E. Baelir. Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. llule. musses Alfred Powell. Mollte Hlrshberg of Chicago, Kstelln Jentien, Inez UonnelL Casste Dlernian, Kruger, Dorotbe Blglowe, Messrs. George Itowles, Sinclair. f Ham Croxler. . . Bobert Shields. Plaude IUfe, Fred Offerman. 'Jtto Nielsen. In and Out of the Bee Hive. MIsh Helen Scoblo has Joined her ar- onts at the Wolcott, Now Yoik City. where she will spend several days tcforo sailing for Europe. Mrs. Ella Bqulres Is expected honio next Wednesday from a visit with friends In I.os Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Hoxle Clark, who have been staying with Mrs. Squires father, will return to Villa llelvldsre, N. Y next Friday. Mrs. J. J. Dlckoy nnd Miss Bertha Dickey will leave in February for lxs Angeles, Cal., whero thoy will be guests part of the time at the beautiful wlntor homo of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wattles at Hollywood. Mrs. Dlckoy nnd MIbu Dlckoy will go to Honolulu before returning hornet TELEPHONE? EMPLOYES . GIVE THEATER BOX PARTY A number of employes of the Installa tion and nulntonanco department of the Bell Telephone company occupied the lower boxes at tho Orphoum thentor Thoso present 'were: Thursday evening, Oliver Cole, J. 1m Fahnestock, O. it. Patterson, 15. B. Kottell. M. J. Hcgarty, J. A. Cotter, W. E. McDonald, V. W. Brltzl. W. J. Newland, B. M. Wilson. Harry Frame 11. If. Wright, W. V. Harsh, I). B. Crouse, F. K. Wilson. K. O. Keere, T. K. Bowl, A. I.. Hoke, toy Illldreth, S. Hwuiison, Vorne CoBllzcr, Georgo Gcsmln, J Id Thomas, Bay Matson, I. W. Matson, Dr. O. HiighoH. IV W. Thonipsetl. C. W, Townson, V. P. Couppal, Ben Vest. WOULD PERMIT MEETINGS IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS A bill approved by the Board of Edu cation of this city providing for "the open school" will be Introduced In the state legislature next weok, according to President Holovtchlner, who has put the bill In a form for passage. This bill aUthorisos sqhool boards to permit meetings lu schools, provided those meetings are of a nonsectarlau and nonrellglous nature. During the last year thn Board of .Edu cation lias received Insistent demunds from clvlo organizations asking for tho use of school rooms, but this Is forbidden by law and btich meetings have Iwen hl.i j only in schools whern a room has been specially built for that purpose. Misses Claire Tracy. Stella Beselln. Irene Hlgbee. Nettle Schoolcy, Johnson of Nashville, Tenn. ADdresen. Messra.t VzrA Bossbach, Jloward Cronk, Freeman Bradford. Alfred lCelstrom, John Culkllis, Thor Ahdreserr. Dinner Party at the Borne. - Mr. and Mrs. X Q. AUaBisvwlll enter tain At a dinner party this evening at the Rome in honor of Mr. Gordon Gam mans pf Portland, Ore. .-Cover wire placed fof ten guests. "Bridge Luncheon. Mrs. Hugh McCaffrey was hostess at a bridge luncheon Thursday afternoorf In honor of Mrs. Hugh McCaffrey, Jr. A pretty deep'rajtph. of narcissus was used and covers were, placed for thirty guests. 3ey to the Situation -Bee Advertising. H0LC0MB IS BACK WITH LEG IN APLASTER CAST Back from Chicago, with his leg In a plaster cast. H. K. Holcomb, general fi eight agent of the Burlington, Is again on the Job. With the aid of hts crutches ho walks to and fro between bis apart ments and tho headquarters building. In performing the operation, tho surgeon found that the knee cap was broken Into tlireu pieces. These pieces Were sewed together with wire, but in order to take tho stitches, the entire covering of tho Uneo had to be cut loose and then sewed on. Nurses to Have Help in Raising Money for Their Campaign Miss I.oiiIko MoPhcrson, president of the Visiting Nurse association; Health Commissioner It. W. Ccnnell nnd Police Commissioner Bydcr are co-operating to ralso JC00 for the uso of the nurses' asso ciation lu tho fight to prevent the spread of tuberculosis in tho city. As Boon as this money can bo raised tho plan Is to list the mimes of all tuber cular cltlzons and provldo for their care. Special precautions will bo taken to pre vent thoso affected with tuberculosis from spreading the disease. Complaints -wore liuido by health au thorities that last year physicians failed to report coses of tlibeicutosls, flvo times as many persons dying ot tho dlseaso as wero reported to tho health office ns uffllctfcd. Dr. Council as n start has notified all physicians that he will prosecuto them under tho city ordinances for falling to report to his department lit onco all who ftio suffering from tuberculosis and aro being treated by them. P. 0, Lindblad to 4 Be Buried Sunday P. O. LIndblad's funeral Is1 to "take placo from N. P. Swnnson's chapel. Seventeenth and Cuming streets, Sunday at 3 p. m.. with Interment at West Lawn cemetery. He wan 72 years oM and had been a resi dent of Omaha for the last twenty-nine years, and Is survived by his wife and five children Mrs. N. J. Arnold nnd Mrs. W. M. Smith of Havre, Mont.; Mrs. E. J. Weberg and Mrs. Ella Walllck of Omaha and Albert W. Lindblad ot Benson. ITCHING, CRUSTED ECZEMA IS CORED JJy n Single Jar of llcslnol After Many Itemcdies Had Failed, Brooklyn, N. Y Nov. 27, 1912 "It would be very wrong not to tell you what Beslnol Ointment and Reslnot Soap have done for -us. My baby boy was born with a rough skin. It kept getting worse all tho time. It became, a weeping ocxenm and at tlmos a thick crust would form. He would cry and lUsh most all the time. I cannot tell you all tho reme dies and salves I used, before I sent for Beslnol samples. "At once I washed him with Beslnol Soap and put on Beslnol Ointment. He slept for three hours. When he awoko I washed blin again and. like a n.lracle. the scabs dropped off and have never returned. You would not har innvn him! Then 1 bought Bosinol Soap and a nirjiu jur or uinunem. uul nororn it nram all used, baby was well. I would not be Wllivout llcslnol Ointment uul Ksn t ,navo rccommenueti mem to all my menus." (Higned) Mrs. Katlo Markert. 176 llalph Street. If you or any of your llttin nn , suffering from eczema, rash, tetter. ringworm, or Itching, burning skin eruption, thero Is only one better proof of the value of Bosinol. That Is. try tt yourself and nee!- .You can buv llrxlnnl Ointment and Beslnol Soap at any drug- .r ! H t ' n. irati em t n tt, 1 a r-... , i . Ing to Dept. 6-T. Beslnol Ohem. Co., Baltimore. Md. Beslnol stops Itching Instantly. Prescribed by careful doctors for eighteen years. Advertisement. CLOSING OUT SALE Your unrestricted choice of any Cloth Suit or Coat in .the store at . $72 All Aool Serge Desscs,. nth'anco fa 4414 Spring modt'ls-notunlly. worth up to V till 37.50, ow :.t., .....u.,..1 uui93 THE SKIRT STORE 322. NORTH 1TH STREET, 16TH AND CHICAGO STREETS OUR GREAT FINAL CLEARANCE Offers Ytur Instricied Choict of Any Tailored SUIT, COAT or DRESS $10 No Mattor Whether the Former Price Was $25.00, $29.75, $35.00 or $39.50 YOUR CHOICE SATURDAY for WE won't dwell much on the merits of the sale as Julius Orkin garments are too well known for quality and stylo no matter at what price they may be offered. We will say, however, that the matorials or the making alone are worth more than what tho whole garment will he sold for Saturday. The purpose of this sale is to absolutely close out every garment in the house no matter how great the loss may bo and we have no hesitancy in saying that it is tho greatest sacrifice on women's and misses' high class garments evor offered in America. Don't oo misled, by others who will try to follow us. Every woman in Omalia and vicinity owes it to herself to attend this great sensational sacrifice and thoro is no question but, that all who are in search of style, quality and economy will be hero bright and early. THE SUITS Includes our entire stock of over 300 garments the styles and colors are so numerous that we could hardly begin to describe them, but no matter how large or small you may be we -can fit you as every woman's and misses' size is to be found here THE COATS Our entire stick is practically included: Mixtures, Diagonals, Whipcord, Serge, Plush, Velvet, plain tailored and trimmed Broadcloth, Oaraculs, etc., in fact every coat in the house that formerly sold for and up to $39.50 THE DRESSES Includes, besides our regular stock, a great many new arrivals for dancing, party and street wear, made of silk, chiffon, Orepe de Chine, Oharmeuse, French JSerge, Diagonals, etc. j NOTABLE SALE OF SUITS, GOATS, DRESSES AT $10 Omaha's great suit and cloak house, tho Julius Orklu store, will hold Its great est solo Saturday, embracing any tall ored suit, coat or drtss In tho houso worth up to $39.K, on sale Saturday nt 110 for unrestricted choice. This Is a grent final clearance, nnd every woman In Omaha nnd vicinity owes It to herself to attend this sale. The materials and making alorfo cost morn than thcSe gar ments will sell for Saturday. Kvenlng gowns and wraps are Included In this sen sational clearance sale. Don't fall to come early.. Iror further details see ad on page IS. Vdvertlsement. Extra Special ! Women's $2. SO WAISTS Satur day at $1 Saturday we will place on ealo 300 high grade, beautiful linen tailored waists, actual $2.50 values nt the unheard of low price for choice of nn tho lot at....,....JJL.UU tftginrcu&cL 6 wAmted a ooxpstbht BTENOO- BAPXSS A1TD BXCTAPKOm OPESATOB For good position with Urge milling company at Schuyler, Neb. Salary 70 to 75 per month. Man preferred Apply Columbia Phonograph Co., 1311 Fur nam St. GREAT JANUARY PIANO SALE Continuing Saturday and all Next Week Including New and Used Pianos and Player Pianos at Prices that Will Make this SALE AT HA YD EN BROS, A GREAT SALE FOR EVERYBODY. In all our years of business, we never have been able to offer Omaha and Nebraska such music opportunities as we now present, Tho 1913 advantages cause all our previous efforts to fade into the aspect pf superficial attempts." Twenty-eight leading piano manufacturers represented in this great sale, give a col lection of instruments, including uprights, grands and players, at prices that will save buyers from $3 Per Cent to 75 Per Cent The very scope of this undertaking has caused our 'awn salesmon to marvel they marvel becauso AVE AEE WELL CONTENT IF THESE INSTRUMENTS NET US WHAT THEY COST. WE ARE SBIPLY TRYING- TO GET OUR MONEY OUT OF THEM AND MAKE ROOM. FOB NEW SHIPMENTS. Wo' have inoludod somo almost new instruments, which, becauso of their shopworn cases, change of design or various other causes, may be reduced to tho satisfaction of you and of ourselves. Each of these used pianos (except those which have beon used on our floors) came from somebody's home. And none would have boon accepted here that was not fit for a. place in another home. We must announce now that wo cannot make reservations. The important thing is TO GET HERE and to GET HERE EARLY. A few hours may bo too late. COME EARLY. The names and prices of the instruments printed below tell tho stqry more eloquently than we could tell in any other way. Pay for any of these instruments in specially easy payments, which will be arranged to suit your convenience, it you wisn. Estey (used) ..$175.00 Kimball $ 85.00 Weiler $135.00 Ohickering & Son . $125.00 Vose & Son $125.00 Steger & Son '. $175.00 Steinmetz $100.00 "Tho Angelus," peer among piano-play ers, sold here. A'. Gray $ 65.00 Karlbock $139.00 Steinway $250.00 Lexington $125.00 Story & Camp $ 75.00 Behnring $110.00 Hardman I '.$150.00 Peerless $ 95.00 Hay den Bros. Tel. Douglas 2600 Tel Douglas 2600 iff CLEARANCE RALE OF ALL UNCLAIMED PICTURES, MOULD INGS Ml frames at your own price AUCTION KVKRY KVENINO AT 7 P. M, OWL MOULDING & ART CO 161S HOWARD STREET. Mr. A. L. rownlng. ths) Ktnownasl Artist at Work In Our Window. TRAVEL Twin Screw ARCADIAN li,1Di.tlD' Tho Irtest and Finest Stealer'" BERMUDA UIttJ .,7 Teur, bulMiM r CI. 4 TlckiU lcUfchiontbU llh QmJ, 8.8.C The Royal MaU Steam Packet Co. SANDERSON & 80N.. Uen. Acts. It Bo. JSalls St. Chicago; or any local steamship ticket afitnt I .