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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BRK: NOVEMBKK. 2, 1013.
3-T3 AUTUMN S0(M ACTIVITIES Many Attend Fiftieth Anniversary Tea at Brownell Hall. SCHOOL LEAGUE TO BE FORMED Score of llnllon r'pn l-nrtlr Am CJlTPti lit l lnrtn of tUf Xity nml AIm nt Mnny of the Cliilo. 1 (Continued from rase Two) members, about 100 belnc present, Many handsome evening Rowtis were worn by tho feminine Kiiests. The latter part of the evening was spent In dancing. The largest dinner party Friday even ing wns Klven by Mr. A. U. Warren and Hr I.p i0y Crummer for Mrs. Lillian Jacobs of Littleton, Colo. Covers' were placed for. t Dr and Mrs. J. K. Summers. Mr and .Mrs. Charles T. Stewart. Mr. ami Mrs. Qeortje Prlnr. Mr and Mrs. O. C. Iledtok. Mrs. Stewart Wlldman. Mrs. I.llllan Jacobs. Misses Misses Caroline Johnson of Muo Hamilton, St Jos-ph. Mo ; Lynn Curtis. Messrs Larl Csiinett. Hair)' O'Neill. Char es L Sutaulers, A. B. Warren. Dr Le Hoy Crummer, Dining together were: Mr and Mrs. Arthur Keellne. Dr, and Mrs. l'rederick Lake. Mr and Mrs. Harloy G. Moorhead. Miss Klla Mae Urown, Mr, Charles Hrown. Judge and Mrs. W. A. Ilcdlck had aa Biiests: A Mr and Mrs. Joseph Barker. Mr, and Mrs. Jerome Mngee. Mrs. E. II. Sprague. Dr, O. BrldB. Mr, C. W. Hull and Mr. E. M. Fairfield entertained at dinner, when their guests wtre: Mr, and Mrs. Charles Kountzc. Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Dixon. Mr and Mrs. L. M. Crofoot. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Nash. Together were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ham. llton, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Wharton, Mrs. Ben Cotton and Mr. Robert Burns. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stewart, 2d., enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns. Mr. and Mrs. William Burns, Miss (Bull of Pasadena and Mr. Lawrence Blinker. Mr. and Mrs. Floss Towle and Miss Juliette Brown were with Mr. Elmer who had tables were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stout, Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. C. Johnson, Mr. A. B. Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baldrigc. Mr. and Mrs. Denise jjuiKuiow ana air. Stockton Heth. Celebrate Birthday. V numbor of friends gathered at the home of Theodore Rtuhr to celebrate his birthday anniversary. During the eve ning lunch waa served and Miss Agnes Dahmke and Mr. Bon Haale sang several silors. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. William Boettger. Mr and Mrs. Conrad' Dahmke. Mesdames Mesdumes Charles Post. H. Dose, ' It Schriobcr, H. Itaabe. M Tibke, Misses Misses Lulu Tibke. Hose Boettger, Emma Schrleber, Iaura Camenzlnd. Agnes Dahmke, Messrs Messrs William Dahmke, Harry rtao.be, F. Chrlstonsen, Henry Schlrbur, Kd. Itaabe, Will Raabe, George McArdle, Otto Boettger, John Elton, William Elton. Ben Itaabe, At Rivewpark Bungalow. A HallQwe'cn party was Klven. Thursday evening at xo Itlvewpark bungalow. Music was furhished by McCord's orches ttu. ThoBe present were. Misses Mlscea Madeline Murphy., Mary Murphy, Helen Murphy Acel Taylor. of Wahoo, , ' ISthel Johnson,' Marie Wooley, Geon Taylor, Mable Slaven, " ' Mary Hanson. Messrs Messrs Joe Kaspar W. L. Berg, of Chicago, William Kaspar, George Kaspar A. K. Weatergard, of Kansas City, Louis Bartose. Edwin Kramer Tusa, of New York City, Stevens, It. L. Grlffeth. Vodlcka. Valter Holberg. Mr, and Mrs. Horlgan. Mr. and Mrs. Powers. Mr. and Mrs. McCord. Pagalco Club Meets. Mr. D. D. Callahan entertained the members of tho Pagalco club at his home, 2S29 North Thirty-third street, Friday eve ning In honor of Hallowe'en. Thirty-one masked guests enjoyed Hallowe'en games after being Individually Initiated Into the mysteries of that order. The decorations were black and gold, suggesting Hallow e'en, and the club pennants and colors, icd and white. Those present were: Misses MUses Mari6 Norgard, Hose Dixon, Jane Penner. Lola Marsh, Carrie Edwards, Florence Erlckson, Hihel Mulholland, Clare McKcnna. Bessie Antony, Irene Callahan, Frances Mulholland, Nellie Nelson, Bonnlo Jones, Esther Swanson. Messrs. Messrs. r. D. Callahan, Eugene May, O. C Slaughter, H. J. Jaske, II. K. Fernandes, KrlckBon. Charles Harden, William Callahan, Lawrence Grobeck, Leo Callahan, Harry Stickler, Frank Glanger, E. V. Kelly. John White, Harry Grobeck. Marvin Jackson. James Norgard, Mrs. D. Callahan. Beta Phi Sigma. Th. Zeta Alpha chapter of the Beta Phi Sign-a fraternity gave a dance at Dund 'O hall Friday evening. ' Several members of the Sioux City chapter were entertained at this dance In the evening and at the Omaha-Sioux City Jllgh foot ball game Saturday afternoon. Dinner was horveJ at the Hamilton cafe after the same. The members of this chapter Messrs. Harold Stryker. Floyd Hardin llert Parker, Carl Malm, Frank Malm, Mount Burns. Will Be a November Bride N t - MISS MAMIE KELLY. Her wedding with Mr. W. A. rtourke occurs this week. PLAYED BEFORE THE OMAHA WOMAN'S CLUB. Silver Wedding Anniversary. Tho silver wedding anniversary' jrt Mr. and Mrs. John Zechmelster, 1101 Dominion street, was celebrated Wednesday even ing, October 29. The evening wan spent In cards and dancing. The following rela tives and friends were present: MISS GRACE SHANNON, coffee and sandwiches were served., and a delightful evening was spent 'dancing. The committee In charge were Mr. Fred Daugherty, Mr. Harry Koch, Mr. Reed Peters and Mr. C. J. Lord. Reception at Metropolitan, Mrs. II. Marowltz will receive this afternoon and evening from 4 to 8 p. m, In the parlors of the Metropolitan club In honor of the marriage of her daughter, Marlon B., and Mr. Sam J. Leon, cards have been Issued. No Mesdames M. Kriegler, Si Krelgler, J. Ott C. Llebentritt, J. Wachtlbr, sr., E. Andrea, W. Steimle, M. Hofer. A. Schmidt, C. Pollack, C. Wachtler, A. Angele, M. Gruber, M. T rummer. Misses Rose Zechmelster, Elizabeth Zechmetstt G. Mollner, Joseph Zechmelster, Mesdames M Egyed. Br., M. Graff, J. Almsteler, S. Tschlda, sr., A, Llebentritt, J. Wachtler, Jr., E. Wully, C, Wally, A. Lang, J. Schmltz, M. Pltzel, C. Meldlltvger. -4J. Uhl, M. Neiiberger, P. Reh, Misses Carrie Hansen, Mary Zechmelster, Anna Zechmelster, Messrs. G, Prelslnger, I'. Mollner, W. Frahm. Mr. and Mrs J. Eoker. Mr. and Mrs. M. Egyed, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. J. Zechmelster Mr. and Mrs. J. Frahm. For Bridal Party. In honor of Miss Mary Rlngwalt and Mr. St Thomas Hayes.'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rlngwalt will give a supper next Bun day evening, and Mr. and MrB. G. W. Holdrcgo and Miss Loeta Holdrege will give a dinner for the wedding party Tuesday, November 11. Mrs. Guy Cox gives a. matlneo Orpheum party next Mon day for MUs Rlngwalt. Breese-Benson Wedding. Tho wedding of Miss Morjorle Bonson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson, to Mr. Sumner Breese, of this city, for merly of Chicago, took place quietly Sat urday at high noon at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Benson. Rev. T. J. Mackay of All Saints' church officiated. Tho bridge, wore her traveling suit of blue and black moire velvet, trimmed with seal and ermine. Her black velvet hat was trimmed with ermine and white tulle. She wore a corsage bouquet of bride's roses. Mrs. Benson wore orchid shade of Char meuse draped and trimmed with shadow lace and a corsage bouquet of orchids. The marriage Hnea were read In tho I drawing room, which wns banked with palms and southern smllax. Kllamey roses were used In the dining room ami pink ohyrsanthemums In the reception hall. Following the ceremony there wns n wedding breakfast for about twenty five friends and relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Breese left for n wedding trip to Kansas City nnd Hxcdmor Springs. They will be at homo after De cember, 1 at 4H9 Harney street. Blocdorn-White Wedding. Saturday evening, at S o'clock, at tho home of tho bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. F. K. White, nt Ashland, occurred the wedding of their daughter. Corliss, to Mr, John H. Bloedorn of Hayes Cen ter, Neb. The ceremony wns performed by tho Rev. J. J. Toms. Miss Ada Bloedorn of Franklin, sister of the groom, played the Lohengrin and Mendelssohn wedding marches. Preced ing th'o ceremony "Beoause Your Heart" was sung by Miss Elizabeth Bonnell of Lincoln, with violin obdlgato accom paniment by Miss Helen Chase, also of Lincoln. The bride wore a beautiful gown of crepo de chine with draped tralrt. The bodice was trimmed with duchess laie and hand-cmbroldered chiffon crepe. Her long tullo veil was made with n Juliet cap trimmed with '.ace frjm her mother's wedding gown. Her bridal bouquet wns a shower of urldfc's roses and lilies of tho valley. Miss Corlnne White, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a geranium pink gown of brocaded crepo de meteor, trimmed with Chantllly lace entralne and carried a bouquet of whlto chrysanthemums. Mr. Robert Swlttler of Omaha was best man. Tho house was beautifully decornted with huge green baskets of white chrysanthemums nnd asparagus fern. Tho bride's traveling gown wns wistaria poplin with velvet hat to match. Mr and Mrs. Bloedorn left on tho mid night train for Chicago and will be at home nftcr December 1 nt Hayes Center, where the groom Is engaged in the bank ing business. Mrs. Bloedorn Is a graduate of tho university school of music and is a mem ber of tho Knppa Gamma sorority. Mr. Bloedorn Is a grnduato of the University of Nebraska law school and a member of tho Acacia and Phi Delta, Phi fro ternltles. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Bloedorn of Coun cil Bluffs, Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn of Washington. D. C: Mr. and Mrs. Charles F, Bloedorn. Miss Ada Bloedorn, Mr. Alvin and Howard Bloe dorn of Franklin, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hllsabock of Kenesaw, Neb.; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. L, Parker of Denver, Mls3 Martha Galley of Crclghton, Neb.; Mr. Robert Swltzler. Miss Lucy Harto. Miss Ruth McDonald of Omaha; Misses Jessie Begthol, Isadora Sheldon, Margaret Me Henry. Alice Romans, Hazel Rowland, Ruby Jackson, Helen Thomas, Elizabeth Scott, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 15. Keefcr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Mills of Lincoln and Miss Wavo Whlteomb of York. H. L. 0. Club Celebrate. The If. L. C. club gave a Hallowe'en party at their club rooms Fridays even ing. The early part of the evening was dovoted to ghostly and mystic pastimes, after which games of the occasion were played and refreshments served. Those present were; McFsrs. Harry fJldeon. l!t - rt Hamilton, Harold I.angd6i, I .y 1 bridge, ' si-p.i Adams. I aP.. c Hih!n. Omalir. Wireless Club. An Innovation In Hallowe'en parties vis i . ited by the Omaha. Wireless a R' edition, given at Mr. -Clifford Fer ri '1 s htme, 1911 North Twenty-sixth ttret, Friday night. Two complete wlre ! s sets were In operation by members of the i-lub, and a Tela coll was demon m at. il by Mr. Albert Dowllng. The party was very well attanded and tl-o guests were enthusiastic over the noveltv. They experimented in sending radiograms and taking three-inch sparks from the Tesla coll. Those present were: Misses Mlso Lillian Dlckman, 'Julia Qulnby. Myrtla Duteher, Mable MoKenna, Jessie Neale, Mable Frannon. Mary Jackson, E.lvth Lyle, Messrs. Messrs. Fred Bowser, Glen Osborn, Porter Qulnby, Clifford Ferrell, Dell Bowser, Pierce Hokcjw. Albert Dowling, Byron Boyc, At the Country Club. Tho Junior club gave the first of its merles of dances Saturday evening at the I OUIIVIJ rUL, MUCH 1,11(1 I UWJT ' attended. The affair was Informal and j ' Great Auction Sale Japanese Goods and Fine Arts THE MOST REMARKABLE COLLECTION EVER' SHOWN IN THIS CITY. The entire collection Is to be sold to the highest bidder regardless of cost or value. Handsome Souvenirs will be Given to all Visiters Sale Daily 10:30 a. m., 3 and 8 p. m. JAPAN ART CO. 1620 HARNEY ST. OMAHA. NEB. MInnAH Ellen Berg, Blanche Ekdahl, Hllder Wallln, Messrs. (Frank Ekdahl, Elmer Berg, Arthur Enholm, Misses Margaret Lynch, Cora Widen, Lottie Burger. Messrs, Elrey Peterson, John Leeder, Fred Krlebs. POPULAR GIRL WHO WAS WEDDED LAST NIGHT. hostesses will be Mrs. j Mrs. C Flnlnyson. L Hopkins and SBBsHBlHBMrflBBBBiBSBBB I f bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbebbIbS For the Future. i Mr nnd Mrs. li H. Sprngue will give a supper this evening at their home for Mrs Jacobs. Mr Wlllnrd Butler. Mr. Ben Gallagher, Mr Robert Wood and Mr. Denlso Bnrka low, ushers nt the Wood-Meven wed dlr.gs, will entertain Monday evening for Miss Stevens and Mr. Wool. Delta Delta Delta Luncheon. Locnl membt'in of Delta Delta Delta sorority will entertain nt luncheon Fri day nt 12W o'clock nt Hotel Ioynl for visiting members. Orpheum Parties. Mr. Robert Burns will entertain nt an Orpheum box party Monday evening. Another party to he entertnliml that evening will be given by tho ushers -f the Wood-Stevens wedding party. Miss Clara Singer will entertain four teen guests Monday evening. At the Field Club. bout 1CX members and friends attended tho subscription dance nt tho Field club I'rl(!.i cv 'lng The evening was spent tangoing nn I n delightful time wns had. Sisterhood Gives Dance. Hui.InIi Sisterhood lodge No. & gavo a Hallowe en dnnce at Washington hall, Eighteenth nnd Harney streets, Bnturday evening November 1. M.t's. Stunner fireese Jourman; Misses Madeline Young, raullne Wright, Cella Fox, Badlo Fleshcr. Edna Achcnhead, Frances McCoy. Young People's Meeting. ino young iM-oplo'H society of Temple Israel will meet 8unday evening nt 8 o'clock In tho Temple. Universal Cirole. Members of tho Universal Circle will meet Tuesday afternon at their hall at Twcnty-elghth and Fowlor streets. The Handsome Designs in Classical Furniture Exhibition Suites of Bed Room and Dining Room Furniture at a Marked Rcduotion. We hnvc a numbor of Adani, Shemton and Chippendale, bedroom and dining room suites tho most exquisite suites that we could find In tho furniture mar ket nnywhero that wo hnvo used this fall for exhibition purposes. This Is all new, having arrived In tho store direct from tho fnctory In September. Tho fnll exhibition season being over, we now offer these for snlo at reductions which you will admit are really remnrk nble. Hero Is a fine opportunity to equip your homo with classical furniture at a very modornto cost Come in Mon day and Inspect the suites. Beaton A Lalcr Co. sat so.ioth M ' Omaha's Largest Jewelry Establishment Extends Greeting to Nebraska Teachers Wo extend n cordlnl vrclcom to the tcm hers who nro visit ItiK Omnhn tlilN week, nnd 'or their benefit our store will ho ar rayed In holiday dress. Hero you will find tho most magnificent collection of Jewelry, precious stones nnd silver wnro to be found In t"o of Nebraska. Our Diamond Collection will provo n rovclntlon nnd inspiration, pnrchnscd csporlnlly for tho holldny trade. Come, Just to visit If you do not buy wo nre nl- wnyn pleased to show you. C. B. Brown Co. JEWELERS Slxtccntli nnd Knrnnnt Streets. MOST UP-TO-DATE DENTAL PARLORS IN CITY Expert Dentists in all Branches of the Profession Children's Party. Maater Paul and Frnnos McCoy enter tained their friends with a Hallowo'on party Friday evening. The houso had Hallowe'en decorations. Those present were Masters Johnny McCabe, Harold Maser, Teddy (Toole, Doylo McCabe. Archlo Crawford, Lawrence O'Toole, Oraton Wellaby, Paid McCoy, William WORK GUARANTEED ZORO D. CLARK IWSItffZ DR. CLIFFORD R. TEFFT Expert in Grown and Bridge Work Opposite Orpheum Harney end 15th St. Comfortable Rockers and Chairs for Everyone For Monday, '-Tuesday nnd Wednesday's sollinf? wo liavo marked many odd Chairs and Rockers at.groatly re duced prices. To ho sure of getting what you want, conio fttonday. You will find many of theso Chairs on our third floor, which is entirely dovoted to Chairs and Rockers, includ ing leather, mahogany, upholstered in all fabrics; golden oak and' fumed oak, both in leathor and wood seats; reed and willow, upholstered and plain. On our first floor you will find a large assortment of best values over shown in Omaha , J3j $1 A Few of the Specially Priced Pieces on Our Third Floor 3. CO $4.00 $5.00 $0.50 $15.00 $17.00 $19.60 Oak Chair $ 2.75 Oak Chair it.OU Oak Chair a.no Oak Chair :t.'-!5 Mahogany Chair 10.00 Mahogany Chair . lL'.OO Mahogany Chair tn.oo $20.00 Mahogany Chair . -,.$15.00 $24.75 Mahogany Chair 17W50 $24.50 Mahogany Chair 15.00 $44.00 Leather Chair .. 20.00 $47.50 leather Chair , 25.00 $55.00 Ixsathor Chair 112.50 $00.00 leather Chair 85.00 Also many odd Chairs, suitable fo bedrooms and offices, whore an odd chair can be used to advantage. Special Values In Our Rug Department $19.50 $24.00 $32.75 $34.00 $40.00 $42.50 $42.00 $40.00 $60,00 $02,50 $65.00 9x12 Velvet Itug $10.50 11-3x12 Velvet Itug 10.00 9x12 Body Brussels 25.00 6x9 Arabic Wilton 2H.00 9x13-6 llody Brussels ill. 50 8-3x10-6 Royal Wilton ,, !15.0( 10-6x12 Body Brussels K5.00 9x12 Royal Wilton :.5() 10-6x12 Royal Wilton 15.00 9x15 Royal Wilton 50.00 9x12 Arabic Wilton 50.00 Soiled Scotch Rugs, Less Than Cost $6.50 4-6x6 Scotch Rug 9 5.00 $10.00 6x7-6 Scotch Rug 7.50 $14.00 6x10-6 Scotch Rug 0.75 $16.50 7-6x9 Scotch Rug 11.00 $18.00 9x9 Scotch Rug 18.00 $20.00 9x10-6 Scotch Rug 15.00 $23.50 9x12 Scotch Rug 17.60 Beaton & Laier Co. 415-17 South Sixteenth Street Payments If You Wish