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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEfBER 23, 1913.
Pasliion Hint Society Stores Olose G p. m. Saturdays 9 p. m. Stores Oloao 6 p.m. Saturdays 9 p. m. 3 and 4-lneh Tlaln and Taney Ribbons, on saie on the Basement Bargain Banar Tneeday at, 16c -T-1 -""5 yard X j Irnhcy Warp 3Prlnt Brtbons, I I j If X ; rerslaa designs, plain . I SI A, Moire,- plain Taffeta ifln m. lrrS?f .'f r?vi ou t IE By MELLIFIOIA. Monday, September 22, 1913. WITH tho first signs of cool weather, the Carter Lako club is plan nlng for winter sports for the coming season, and for the first time tho club plans to keep open all winter. It Is planned to have lco skating, roller skating and lea boating at tho club all winter. The club houso will bo heated with a largo fireplace, and although the table' d'hote dinner dances will close September 30, small parties can be entertained at tho dub after that Many improvements aro planned for tho club next season; tho bathing has been so popular this summer that tho bath houso at tho club will bo enlafgcd to double tho present capacity. Many houses and cottages havo been built on the club grounds this year and about twenty families Intend to hare their permanent homes there. Arrangements have been made to continue tho same car service as during tho summer. , At Carter lake; Country Club. Dr. and Mrs. 1. F. Kunl entertained at dinner Tuesday evening In' honor of Dr. C B. Atien. Place were laid fori Dr. and Mr. C. B. Atzen. Dr. and Mrs. P. F. Kanl. Dr. Tanna. Mr. Raymond At ten. Mr. Anton Kanl. Other reservations for Bunday evening were made by D. It." Christie, who had four piesU; B. F. Flckes. two; B. Mar ton, four; I. 8. Hamilton, two. This evening the Crclghlon Dental col lege will hold the flpt 01 a series of In formal dancing parties at' the Carter Lake Country club. The students have the reputation of giving the most suc cessful dances among the college set and Intend to make this one long to be remembered. A welcome Invitation Is extended to the" other departments' and friend of the students. At Happy Hollow. The Ladles Bowline: club held Us. last meeting at the club Monduy- morning. Fifteen were present. , " Mr. and .Mrs. J. H, Uushton' ; will-have a KUeats at dinner tiMs evening: Mr. and Mrs. E. T'tctor. Mr. and Mrs.' George" .Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Howe. With Dr. and" "Mrs. E. T." Manning Eunday evening were: - Mrs. & T. Manning. Miss I'ierce. Mis Kuth Manning. Master Beverly Manning. -. With Mr. and Mrs. II.' O. Browno were Miss Clarlsse Browne. Mr. R. Hall. Mr. Ward Browne. Members of tho cjub who had reserva tions Eunday evening were Dr. W. F. Mdroy, four; J. It Hart, two; V. H. Garvin, five; M. F. Engleman, four; A. I, Crelgh. four; A. F, Prentiss, two; Joseph Polcar, four; Stanley Rosewater, two; II. B. Culver, four; JB. W, Mason, two; E. H. Becker, two; A. J. Mc8hane, four; John McCague, four; Harold Van Dusen, four; Brandon Howell,. ix; II. K. Burked two. At the Tkll Clu IBntertainliic at the club Sunday evening were J. H. Conrad, who had four guests, and S.tH. Sfator.who had two. MIm tilver will !. twenty-nine gueein at th eiub Wineay afternoon, The Keeeevrett 'Club met.gunJay after toon at St. BerchnV 0my, The president, Mrs, M. IV. Murphy, presided ahd outlined the year's work, whlciv-wlll be, a card party. every month,, a play t9 be given before Lent and a dance after bent. The patronesses of the club met Monday afternoon at Mrs. Murphy's home. At Seymour Lake Country Club. Mrs. E. F. King and Airs. C. B. Brown had as' guests at dinner Sunday evening: Medames Mesdames- W. js. iancrsori. John Chase. I. D. Clark. n ' V. Armstrong. James1 Davidson. Charles Bahrendt. K. Kennedy, D. E. Fase, Misses- Edna Wilson. E. 8. TJIekerson, C. B. Comir. Ida Frlcke, E. H Koch. Brown. Misses Eliza Wilson. Miss Katharine Motley had ai guests- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gamble and Mr. Currelck. Dining with Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Philips wero: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. J. Northrup. Mr-and Mrs. M. A. Putney. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Anderson. Mr. Paul Uldrloh. New York. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Mangum entertained six gues'ts, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Hoyt. Mr. and Mrs. Med Hoyt. Mr. Wallace. '. . Mr., IK O. Boyd. With Mr. and Mrs. H.. E. . Said we're't Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Spencer. . Mr. and Mr. W. It. Watson. ., Dining with Mr. and Mrs, George J. McDonald Were: Miss Louise McDonald. Mr George J.. McDonald, Jr. Other reservations were made by W. B. Cheek, who had two guests; Grant Par sons, jour; John Btlns, ten; K, K. Sun derland, five; C, E Parsons, seven; L. M. Lord, five; J, H. Parrott, six; C. L Vollmer, six; C. M. Skinner, twc. At the Country Club. Several small supper parties were, given at the club last evening. Among those present were: France HochHetler, Menle' Davis, Mae L. Messrs. Bxbert Connell, vtH Daugherty, Elmr Koalck. mmmaammmim 1 Xv mWJr bbbbbbbbHWH vmi want, aod HE MKM tw.witci. iigliliffla perfect leaven. ' IHB iii lt on it I mX,mmmWMmi at vnur srreeers. Week of Wonderful Yard Goods Sales Than a Million Yards of Fabrics Trimmings Offered Are at , Values That Are Sensational Thp.RA nfforo rlvhf pit thn nnonlnp nf ttin Vnll .Mann should command tho attention of evory woman in Omaha. Here Are the Special Events for Tuesday Every Item Here Is an Unusual Offer : Carolyn Uongdon, ainzaDew unvut, Mesrs. Gerald Wharton, C. J. Lord. CUthbtri Potter, Qernt ITort. It.. Mrs, Qecrk rort. . f . , Mr. and Mrs, Harold Friichett. Mr. and Mrs. HaMUe-l Burns, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C Wharto, ,. Mr. and Mrs. O. C R4ek. 'i- l Mr. aiwl Mrs. 0-eH-KickK ". Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. W, J, Fey, Mr.. and Mr. W. T. Burns. Xfitcrttiiuuati. The 1913 girls were entertained at a stag party by MIm Ruth Purvey Friday, The eyenlng was spent in game and dancing and the prlu winners were MlBsea Matilda Bros and Geneva Owens. .Mrs, Pearl Brand was acting hostess. Those present "were: Misses Misses Pauline Grossman. Geneva OwonK, Vivian Worthlngton, Millie Weeks, v Laura Williams, Ruth Purvey. Matilda Bros.' Mrs. Pearl Brand. Wedding Announcements. The marriage of Miss Cella Harlow of Charles City, Ia to Roscoo B. Elfrlnk will take place Thursday. The bride Is acMimollahed irounir woman, whose parents are prominent socially In eastern Iowa. Mr. KurtnK has been connected until recently with the Associated rresa In rwit mil ha lust received an as- tgRment to a more Important position with the sasno association in uncom. Mr, and Mrs. Klfrluk will live at one o 4k T.tnrnln hn1 Until they haV r- rangea for thr Lincoln "home. They were recipient eC a beautiful allver set. ployea In Lincoln, Omaha. ad Woux City. Mr, and Mrs. F, EL White or Asniana announce tlie engagement ot their daugh ter Corliss to John II. Oloedorn of Hayes Center, Neb. The wedding" will tak place this fall. Mis White visiiea in umaaa last week and was the soloist av me Hopewell-Hervey wedding, Women's Golf Club. The Omaha Woman's Oolt association Is meeting with great enthusiasm among the feminine goiters ot the city. The following officers have been elected; Mrs. F, J. Despecher of the Manawa club, president; Mrs. Carl Llninger or nappy Hollow, vice president, and Mrs. D. L. Dougherty of the Field club, secretary and treasurer. The advisory board Includes Miss Kim ball and Mrs. W. T. Burns of the Coun try club, Mr. Allan Parmer of Miller Park club, Mrs. Walter Sliver of Happy Hollow club, Mr. J. W. Tlllson of the Field club and Mr. R. B. Tubbs of the Manawa Boat club. The members are: Misses Misses Kunctte Murphy, W. T Burns, Helens Blxby. Irene McKnlght, Arabella Kimball Myrne Gilchrist. Hd'th Thomas, Madeline Storrs, Henrietta Rees, Martha Dale. Ajesaames Mesaames Joseph Barker, td; Paul Wernher, j. w. Tinson, uruce Morrain. i. j. uunu, Aiisn partner, Karl A. Llninger, Frank Elltck, !. V. Arnold. Jamas K. O'Neill, F.' 3. Despecher, nichard Kitchen, r H. Aull. W. O. Silver, ri. I Dougherty, E Illgglns, Tathom Davis, A. Btorx. Charles A. Coons. rhls Wright, W. E. Bhafer, R. II. Tubna, J. B, Stevens, James A. Tancock, Alice Trexell, J. J. Sullivan. TTntvni Circle. The TTnlversal, Circle will entertain Tuesday afternoon si thetr hall at Twenty-eighth and Fowler. The hostesses will be Mrs. A. Jacobberger. and Mis'. O. Shearer. In nn3 Opt pi the Bee Hive. Mrs.' A. CfiPowell has returned 'from La . Jollo. CsJ., . where she spent two month.. Mrs. A. I. Reed and daughters, Eliza beth and Erna, left Sunday for La Jolla, By LA RACONTBUSE. The Balkan influence la felt in after noon gowns, as well as In other gar ments. These gowns are more brilliant in coloring than formerly and of some- ( wnm less inmy materials. Alio iuu ta a highly practical one for the woman who finds the frequently necessary clean ing of embroidery and chiffons to be ex pensive. Nothing could give more pleas ing service as an afternoon gown shown by, this photograph and dovelopcd In em broidered white crepon, The.-kimono bodice, fastens In. the mid dle front by a row of tiny buttons of whlto and sherry silk, with a pointed col lar of cherry taffeta, trimmed alt round with-a small white Bulgarian ornament. At' the waist it Is trimmed by a broad effect of 'Bulgarian embroidery In white and cherry. A band of embroidery in the same style runs from each side front to the shoUlder. comes down the upper part of the half long sleeve, turns round abdve the loose cilff of the same' mater ial. The skirt, slightly gathered at the waist, Is pleated ' front' and back, tlie middle front' being trimmed with the same raws of buttons as at the bodice. The. same design of Bulgarian embroid ery Is repeated under, tho shape of "pan-nel"- or sma)l basques. 5,000 Yards of 36-in. Silk Dress Poplins Poplin are In These of the best shades 37 a . of the ssason. worth UP. 81 a yard, at, yard... I Uw 75o Printed e de Chine Crep Oauses, Bulgarian Xouellna de Sole, bordered IsSoranlsstt, plain 9ra Crepe nn. Chine, Dress OMos, UUQ Taffetas, at, yard UWW 27-inch English Velvet Cords Smart wood browns, sew rrencU nlass. hantsr a, xouana nines, buv gundy, also alaok, worKs sa.35, at, yard DRESS GOOD Yard Gteds Sale en Mala iieer Fine all wool Dress Goods, Including many new weaves, gome of the materials are 54 inches wide $1 and $1.26 dress goods on main floor bargain square at. yard. . 59c DRESS GOODS Ytf.CMds Sale lasemeat. A big bargain In new Fall Dress fJo6ds. me dium and dark coloring, serges, di agonals, fancy suitings and Bourett Bultlngs basement, at. yard.....'.... 25c i Yards SwalsSalc m is Basement m 25c Quality Princess Satine All shade a snperlor ar- tlcl for zoanflatlons, lining, petticoat. ste at, yara DRESS GOODS $1.50 to X2.00 quality- Dress Good, mostly Bt-ln wide. snlendld weights In diagonals and ebastopols, heavy tamlse and cos- tume nerges, mannish suitings, yard 79C-98C There's Money Saved in Buying These Laces s Embroideries 27-inch embroideries of Shadow lace flouncings Almost a hundred styles of Net and shadow lace bands, batiste in Irish crochet and alloyers, up to 18 laces in Venisc, rcrochet and also embroidered bands, in affects, suitable for chil- inches wide, in attractive cluny effects; one of the most white, ecru and some black, dren's dresses- "orth 75c new patterns, white and .attractive- offers in this great We have, never offered greater a yard, at, a Qdn ecru; worth to t 4T , yard goods week; g bargains in laces than fi yard tj tC 35c, at, a yard 1 t? C' worth to 35c, at, yd JLvf C these; worth to 25c yd DC . p where the Misses Reed will attend school this winter. . . Mlss'Louise Schraubstadter of St. Louis is expected next Monday o vlalt Mrs. W. T. Robinson. k r3,r,. yf J. Hynea. ana- sofluWHllam, are expected Iiome today from a moor trip to Hastings. Mrs. R. rA. Fisher and daughter Jane of Memphis, Tenn., have arrived to be the guests of Mrs. Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. N, Dow. Miss Louise Powell pf Berkeley, Cat, who is a member ot this year. graduat ing class of the University of California, arrived Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs. lurry Judson, In Dundfee, Miss Powell spent the sumhtar In Honolulu and In Vancouver, B. C. , Desirable Wash Goods for Fall at Much Less Than Their Value 28c Ratine, 10c yd. r- Heavy weight for fall wear, In all the plain shades that are, new. Waist and drees lengths, on Bale Tuesday In basement, at, yd. 15c 12&c Nainsook -at 8J4c yd. Here Is a rare bargain. Yard wide, soft finished nainspok in. perfect mfll remnants, at, a yard 34. At tlie MhsIIh De partftiewt we will ' sell 42-lnch wide extra quality snow white long, cloth. Ask for this Rpe clal bargain Tues day, at, a yard- lie You will find, the choicest assort znctii of very fine . quality American, 'glnghaniB and the beet zephyrs on bargain squares, at, the yard 9c A Dress FlaBaelette and Outing Flannel rEvSry; yard new this season, made to-' sell up to 12 c yd. Think qf-the. inahy uses for which-. yoU can. use these fancy 1 'flannels, .att a yd. Dress PrlHta Dress lengths of standard dress, prints In light, me dium and dark styles that are fast colors, at. a yard: 4ic . 25c ERglish Mad rasFull 36-ln. wide, in plain white and fancy stripes.. 2 Be val., In gingh'm dept., spe cially . priced at, a yard 10c LiaeaTABLE DAMASK 58-inch all pure Linen silver bleached Tdble Da mask that is worth, M 63c a yard Tuesday tH special, at, a yard..''' DRAPERY GOODS Two cases of curtain Tollc, mar quisette and scrim these would be worth 30c and 35c off the bolt, basement, at, a yard. lie DKASXKY GOODS Imitation Swnfast Madras Looks Just like the-goods you 'pay $i;0(Ta yard for; as long as it lasts; third floor, at, a yard. 29c DRAPERY aOODS B0 pieces of our regular 12 c drapery Swiss special for Tuesdayj on our third, floor, at, a v yard VJ Fort School Opens With Enrollment of Twenty-Five Pupils Fort school opened yesterday with a morning enrollment of twenty-two boys. Principal E. D. fJepson and Super intendent B. U. Graff worked all morn ing arranging tho work for the boys. Who, will be given "special treatment" at this school. Kfllom school kindergarten was so crowded yesterday and It was found necotcary to Institute half day sessions and use the Auditorium for a class room. There were 130 6-year-olds enrolled, ac cording to the principal. Sof September Sale of Blankets and Comforters CREIQHTON DENTS VISIT THEIR FORMER PROFESSOR Although deeply engaged In the mys teries of the study of dentistry, never theless the call to tho soli U still a very Interesting topic to the student ot Crelghton Dental college. Bo Sunday morning the senior claaa met at the college building and hiked to the home of their former teacher and superintend ent ot clinic. Dr. O. V. Hamilton, who has retired from the active practice of dentistry and 1 now engaged aa man ager of Edgewood stock farm. The start was made at an early hour and cars were taken to the Bluffs, where the transcontinental auto road, known as the white pole road, has it beginning. For five miles this road the dents, hiked to Bdgewood, where they were met by Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton. After smoking several boxes ot Pittsburgh stogies and swapping old ttortfs and experiences a lunch was served. Late In the afternoon the dents, began the trip homeward, after giving three cheers for their host BURGLARS STEAL PAIR OF DIAMOND EARRINGS James Ford, l&l North Sixteenth street, reports that While he arid hi wife were at a theater Sunday night a burglar entered their home and-stole a pair of diamond earrings from a dresser. The stones weighed seven-eighth karat apiece and were valued, on account ot thtlr color and .perfect cut. at several hundred dollar, Entrance was gained through a rear window of the home. POCKET PICKED OF MONEY AND VALUABLE PAPERS E. H. XJJokman of Lincoln, stopping at S1SH North Fifteenth street, reports to the police that he waa touched Sunday night for W In cash and a number of notes and other, valuable papers. Ha was unable to remember Jut when his pockets were picked, but presume that It was when he was leaving a local theaU FLANNEL SHEETS Full 12-4 size single cotton blankets or outing flannel sheets; very heavy weight ; can be used for comforter covering; gray, "white and tan colorB, Would sell in pairs at Jf This iB a lot of very heavy soft fleece blanket remnants, in , Ys, J4; a full 12-4 blanket, in gray, tan, white, also plaids and stripes on bar- gain, square, at, I i each........ Blanket Swatchea "or Drummers' Samples, cotton and wool mixed and all wool, at each, . -3c Scores of bargains in comforters and blankets of the most desirable qual ity are offered during this big sale. WARMER UNDERWEAR Women's Fine Fleeced Cotton Union Suits High neck, long sleeves and anklo length; regular and extra alzes; ? 1.00 values, at, a Bult. Women's Cotton Union Snits -Fleecy lined, high neck, long sleeves and ankle longth; sizes 4, 5 ahd 6; these are a 50c quality, at, a garment M" Knit Union Suits for Girls and Boys Fleecy lined cotton; high neck, long sleeves, ankle length; sizes 2 to qg 14 years; 50c quality, at, a suit uOC- Misses' and Girls' Long Sleeve Vesta and Ankle. Length PantsFleecy ljned cotton In cream color; ages- 2 to 14 yrs. worth 35 c, at, a garment 69c 39c 15c HIGH SCHOOLBAND STRIKES All but Oxio lad Votes to leave the Sand at Once OBJECT TO THTR! COLORED BOYS Vlon Principal. Ileed Cennre the . Boya for Trying; io Stir Up Knee Frejndlce In the Publics schools. With the exception ot on boy every member ot the Central Wen school caflet band quit the orKanlrtition Monday afternoon beeauee George Green, band maiter, had admitted four colored boye to the bdai. Lee Chestnut was the only member Vho said he would continue to play when Oreen cabled the role on the question. Twenty-three eald they had struck. This band ls-dlsmteseo, then," said Qreen, "and we'll organise another There vrl'l be a meeting Thursday when a new band will be organised. Vice Principal C, E. Heed of the high school spoke to the boys after the vote had been taken. He eald;' "Mr. Green Is absolute master of this band. Every school official from th president of the Board of Education to th high school faculty believe ho is right and that you boys are wrong." "Lit year Mr. Oreen organised a new band out ot raw material and he will do It again this year, because we need a band. You boys who have not had the four years of drill required will go to your companies and drill." Most Wow Drill. Playing in the band excused the boys from the drill with the cadets. Green called the boys to' order and they sat apart from the four colored lads. They had not brought their Instruments. Some hesitated when the roll was called, hut not until the very last name wka called was there a vote to remain In the 1 band. Then little Lee Chcetnet answered j emphatically that he would play. Iteed censored the boys for attempting to stir up race prejudice, lie said the Hoard ot Education disapproved such action aa they had taken because it was tho custom here to admit white and colored toys to tho same room in school. He eald the boys would later understand the mistake they had made. PROF. MARKS TO RETURN TO CONTINUE GAS APPRAISAL TV. D. Marks, the appraiser who fixed the value of the gas company's property for the city, will be brought back to Omaha by the city, legal department dur ing the hearings on.. the dollar gas ordi nance to testify before a master In chan cery. At this time Marks will also make the supplemental inventory which will bring the city's Inventory down to Sep tember 1 this year. Nadine Face Powder, (7a CnMH w CMy) Hakes The Coraplcxfca Bsautlftd Soft and Velvety mT is puxb harmless Money Back Net Entirely Pleated The soft, velvety appearance re mains until pow der ?s washed off. Purified by anew process. Prevents. sunburn and return of discoloration The Increasing popularity It wonderful. White, Flesh, Pink. Brunette. By toilet counters or mail. Price 50 cents. NATIONAL TOILET COMTANY. JWb. Tm Hold by BranileU' Drug Dep't, BaatM Dm Co . and others: Ak-Sar-Ben Ball If you want an Auto or Carriage for Ak-Sar-Ben IUU, Wedding Party or Shpw, call 1). 257 or IQ4. Palace Horse & Auto Livery 221 and CuntlBg St, Fall Opening Sale e p .OF.. Oriental Rugs Our Oriental Bug stock is larger and bet ter selected than; ever. If contemplating a purchase of an oripntal rug you owe it-to yourself to attend this sale. Here you will find "the. rug. for the, place" priced reason ably. Our showing comprises: ' " ' ' "Royal KermanBhah Eoyal Iasha4 , Royal Sanik .Cashmere Serapi . v Kurdistan Beloochistan' Bokhara Khiva , , Daghestan 'arid 'Hall Runners. Beaton & Laier Co. 415-17. 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