Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 09, 1909, EDITORIAL SECTION, Page 11, Image 11
11 NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY THf: OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. JANUARY 0. 1909. BRIEF CITY NEWS srs Boot Frist ft. . Ssrlow Advertising Agency, '10-4 Ees adolpa r. Iwoboss, rsblla Aoeosntas. Bisahart, photographer. lth Firnim. loves Cleaned, Thos. Kllpstrkk's glovs lPt Bonzks for holiday candlaa and ci gars. tl B. 16th. o.oitsble life Policies, light dratU at maturity. H. O. Neely, manager, Omaha. Kow la Tour Houaat la It warm enough thla mmn.ng? Tha Keasley at Maltlaon Co. haa a remedy cover your heating pipe In tha basement. Tel. Douglas 1097. U13-U15 Harney atreet. Tout Money and Inanranoe Pspers should bo kept In a (Ire and burglar Droof safe deooalt box In the American fiafa Depoilt vaulta In the Bee building, Boxes rent (or only 14 a year, or II a quarter. Caller Leaves with Tine King's A man who called at the home of F. F. Wagoner, paaaenger department cashier at the Burlington headquarter!, oetcnlbly to make a call, left tha house Thursday afternoon with three valuable rings and a number of piece o( clothing and other articles. The detectlvea at tha police atatlon were notified of the theft and expect to arrest the man aoon. ' Alleged Torg sry to Bay a Drink John Hanouaek waa arranged Friday morning In the county court on the charge ot for gery. The case was bound over by the county Judge until the next term "ot the district court. He Is chaiged with having forged a oheck In the name of D. H. Kirch- tier, a aaloon keeper in Bennington, to the extent of . January X on the Mangold & Olandt bank. The check was presented for sv drink of whiskey.' WUi Baatax Oete Thirty Bay a Thirty flays for wife beating . waa the sentence given 0orge Hallahan in police oourt. Friday. It la testified against him that lie spent the wagea ha received for working week on a Job hla sister-in-law had se cured for him, became Intoxicated and went home, where he abused and struck hla wife and threatened to kill her. They live at 801 South Twentieth atreet, but Mrs. Hallahan will go to live with her slater Wah Sam rights for Bis Earn Wan Ham wanted hla ham, so he atrenuoualy objected to having ' Arthur Williams, colored, A man living at 1409 Chicago atreet. Steal It from hla ice box In the rear of his restaurant, the Bon Ton, near Thirteenth And Douglas streets, Thursday night. In police court Friday morning, the -Chinaman ' testified against WUUama, who waa sen fenced to serve five daya In Jail, where neat la only obtainable once a day, mall portions, on tin platea. - Women Burned righting' llre Whlhi trying to put out the flamea around a gas ollne atove that had 'ignited in her kitchen about o"olock Friday morning Mr. Josle Bpaford was painfully burned on her right arm and hand. She Uvea at 1613 Cuming street. The fire did not gain much head way before the arrival of the firemen Mrs. Spaford's burns being the moet sort' us part Of the affair. She used a rug to fight the flamea and remained at homo and had her arm and hand cared for after the firemen left. Old Treight BUI Trick Blocking a con fldence game Just aa It was being played at Union station, Thursday, W. A. Cope, paaaenger director, arrested J. C. Iiamlll one of the man who he says was playing the old trick of freight bill scheme of swindling, while the other confidence man made his escape. The money whjch had been secured from the unsuspecting stranger by the two men, was returned to him and Hamlll Is now st the city Jail. booked as suspicious character. The polios are looking for his partner and have fair description of him. In A Total Eclipse of the functions of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, Is quickly disposed of with Electrlo Bitters. 60c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Gloves, hosiery, caps, suspenders, under' wear, mufflers, eermuffs, mittens, etc, at K per cent off Saturday. Benson & Thorns Co. BaUdlns? Permits. W. T. Graham, 2903 Ames avenue, frame dwelling, $1,760; W. T. Graham, 906 Ames avenue, frame dwelling, 11,760; Johnson, Bros., Thirty-fifth street and Poppleton avenue, frame dwelling, S4.000; I. H. Rob erts. Thirty-second and Bd Crelghton ave nuea, brick veneer dwelling, 5,0(O, MISSIONARY'S WIFE PRAISES CUTICURA Daughter's Head Encrusted with Dandruff Feared sheWould Lose her Hair Many Treatments were Futile Baby had Milk-Crust. BOTH CHILDREN CURED BY FAMOUS REMEDIES 'Tor several years mv husband was missionary in the Southwest, and ws were living on the edge of the desert at an elevation of nearly Ave thousand feet. Every one in that high and dry atmosphere has more or lees trouble with dandruff and my daughter's scalp became so encrusted with it that I was alarmed for fear she would lose all her hair, which was very heavy. After spending between five and six dollars for various remedies, in desperation I bought a cake of Cuticura ciosp and A box of Cuticura Ointment. After rub bing the Cuticura Ointment thoroughly into the roots of the hair. I gently combed the crust of dandruff free from the scalp, and then gsvs her head a thorough shampoo with the Cuticura ftoap. This left the scalp beautifully clean and free from dandruff, and after the hair was dry, I sgain rubbed the Cuticura Ointment, this time sparingly, Into the roots, and I id happy to say that the Cuticura Remedies were a complete success. My troubles with dandruff were over, although for a long time afterward I used the Cuticura Ointment as at first, after shampooing, which kept the scalp and routs of the hair moist. I have used successfully the Cuticura Remedies for so-called 'milk-crust,' on baby's head, and have never found anything to equal them. You are at liberty to publish this letter, for I do sincerely believe that tha Cuti cura Kerned i are a blessing to man kind. Mrs. J. A. Darling. 310 Fifth fit.. Cart ha jb, Ohio, Jan. 20, 1908." Announcements of Weddings and En gagtmenls Continue to Come. L0NELINISS FOE THE BACHELORS Mrs. C. M. Wllhelna Eatertalas at AN teraooa Brldare CoaeBllnteatary to Miss Miriam Patterson, a fleasoa's Dehataate. Announcements of interesting engage- S.i'-ita and weddings continue to keep so clei In a state of exciting expectancy, and shortly there will be only debutantes and young matrons. It la safe to predict that the bachellors will miss some of these lever entertainers In Omaha aoclety. Mr. and Mrs. George Park Moorhead an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Gertrude Moorhead, to Mr. Harry A. Tukey. Both young people arc promi nent In Country club circles, where Miss Moorhead has a host of friends. Mr. Tukey has served on the house committees of both the Country club and Racquet club. and Is In business with hla father, in the A. P. Tukey A Bon Real Estate company. Meree-DasT. The wedding of Mr. Robert Morse ot Seattle, Wash., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Morse of Omaha, to Miss Gertrude Duff, daughter of Mrs. N. A. Duff of Nebraska City, will take place Thursday, January 14, at high noon, at the bride's home. It will be a very small wedding, and no at tendants, only the Immediate families being present Owing to the recent death of the bride's father, no Invitations hava been la sued. Attending from Omaha will be Mr. Morse's parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. W. V. Morse, and sisters. Miss Kthel Morse, Mrs. George Palmer and two children and Mrs. Forrest Richardson snd Mr. Richardson. After a western wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Morse will be at home In Seattle. Mr. Morse, who belongs to one of the old families of Omaha, haa many frlenda hero, where he haa spent most of his life until the last few years. He has been in the timber business in Seattle, Wash. . - For Miss Patterson. Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm was hostess at an afternoon brigs party. Friday, In honor of Miss Msrlam Patterson, who Is one of the debutantes. The guest list Included Misses Marlam Patterson, Helen Davis, Hilda Hammer, Brownie Bess Baum, Jean Cud- ahy. Amy Gilmore, Jeanle Aycrigg. Elisa beth Congdon, Mary Morgan, Dorothy Mor gan, Marion Haller, Louise Lord, Pauline Lord of Dixon. III.; Katharyn McClanahan, Eugenie Wltmore, Susan Holdrege. Lit a Holdrege, Nannie Page, Dorothy Rlngwalt, Anna Bourke, Marion ConnelL Mary Gal- braith, Edith Thomas; Mrs. David Baum, and the hostess. For Mrs. Nash sad Mies Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Ferederick A. Nash enter tained at a farewell dinner, Thursday even ing at their home, for Mra. E. W. Nash and Miss Nssh, who leave next week for a trip abroad. The table was attractive with a small palm tree for the center piece surrounded by red carnations snd gold monogram' plsos cards were used The Quests were twelve relatives of Mrs. Nssh. CenUs Clab. The Comls club was entertained, Thurs day avsnlng, by Mrs. Peter Rahn. Luncheon waa served st half past one o'clock, the table having a deooratlon of cut flowers and ferns. The afternoon was spent with guessing games and the prlie was awarded to Mra. David Garrett. The club decided to give four evening parties, one each month, for the next four montba, the first to be given February I, the husbands of ths members to be the guests of the club. The next regular meeting will be In two weeks at ths home of Mrs. W. K. 6wlster. Prospective Pleasures. Mr. Adolph Store will give a theater party, fctaturday evening, at Body's theater, to see ths Roger Brothers in Panama. There will be sixteen guests In the party. Complimentary ', to Miss Sophia Shirley, whose marriage to Dr. Bernard McDermott takes place February 3, Miss Mary Furay will entertain at luncheon next Thursday at her horns. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Falrchlld entertained at dinner Friday evening In honor of Mr, and Mra m. uimon Bird, covers were placed tor Miss Curtis, Miss Doans, Mr. Lee McShsne, Mr. Earl Gannett, Mr. and Mrs. Bird, Mr. and Mra. W. E. Martin. Mr. and Mra. Jerome Magee and Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield. Come bb4 Go Gossip. Captain Charles de France Chandler of Fort Omaha left Thursday evening for a fortnight's trip to New York City. Mr. Robert Morse of Seattle, who has fheen visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Morse, Is spending a few daya in Ne braska City. Misses Jennie snd Virginia Barnum will spend two or three weeks visiting friends In the state; they are at present the guests of Mrs. William Mohr of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Edwsrd Dlmon Bird of New York City, who hsve been visiting Mrs. Bird's parents, Mr. and Mra. 8. S. Curtis, visiting Omaha friends, having come to at tend the Clabauch-Carpentor wedding on Wednesday evening. Mlsa Louise Peck will leave Sunday for a visit with friends In Arkansas. Mrs. J.Dexter of Chicago la the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Edwin T. Swobe, and Mr. Swobe. Captain Clarence Richmond Day of the Fifth cavalry aalled Thursday for his new station at Honolulu. H. I. Mrs. Da', who cams to attend ths Prlns-Webster wedding. Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a. u. Bmitn, at the New Hamilton, and plana to sail the first week In February to Join Captain Day at Honolulu. Captain Robert L. Hamilton left Thurs day svenlng for Wellavllle, Mo., where he was called by the audden death of his sla ter, Mrs. Bowles. Miss Mss Dugan, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Shirley, will leave Satur day for her home in Butte, Mont. Semi-Aaei&a! Cleaned Sade OF Men s Suits and Overcoats This sale includes all our Men's High Grade Suits, made by such celebrated makers as Alfred Benjamin & Co., Fechheimer, Fischcl & Co., J. Peavy & Bros., and other makers famous for the superiority of their garments. Your unrestricted choice of any Suit in the SATURDAY house, except blues and blacks, commencing 'a w AiA-rA 11 $25. $30 and $35 Suits and $20 Suits S35.00 Suits $16.75 $18 BBJBflgSBBHsSnBBSBBMBBSBSgta T BbTBI gjBBBJhMBBBBBBBBl PjBBSaBSBr MllBSMSSsBMlWSBaSSBSSSSSSSSSI IBI I US IBS M SSees) f -twmim iJ'i WBBSBKBBMBBKBmummumammm BBBBssBWatsBJaSsBaslaW Wmw VA- . .... a-o a m , v , ....... &&mm i ffMP if j SV f itr v " A $12 and $15 Suits $10 and $11 Suits OVERCOATS MARKED DOWN All odd numbers and small lots of men's heavy overcoats have been marked down for this great sale. The assortment of sizes will provide a perfect fit for everyone. aJtt: $25 and $30 Overcoats BSBV VfS $18 and $20 OvcrcoaJs $12 $12 and $15 Overcoats $10 and $11 Overcoats nflMi tw tarffMl ft t" ii t1' ' x - $25.00 and $30.00 Ovcr- COExtS Satur day for $16.75 A Striking Clearance of Men's High-Class Furnishing Goods. Prices Mostly One-Half Off Men 3 $1.50, $2 and m pur cos $2.50 Shirts at $1.15 " P All our high grade shirts, a "it formerly sold at $1.50, $2 AH our Men'g Fur Capg Sat and $2.50; every new pat- urday at 25 per cent discount. tern and all sizes in this Original prices of $1.50 to $5.00 cut one-fourth to sell aulck. and $1.25 Shirts p sale, reduced to 1.15 MEN'S UNDERWEAR REDUCED at 69c Our medium priced shirts, that hare been selling at $1.00 and $1.25, have been placed In our lot, 69c 39 $1.26 and $1.00 woolen un derwear, ribbed or plain, all colors and' sizes verv fine quality, re duced to 69c 50c. 75c and $1 Neckwear, 25c Taks your cholcs of any Men's Neckwear m In this store Blacks not included, ")( at w Our $1, 76o snd 60c. grades all go with a rush Saturday. 75c and 50c underwear, derby ribbed or fleece lined, an excellent wearing garment, reduced CI a&si; M in rnaMHMnsnsaaHsnHBBSBBBBaHnsnanaBB: tv . . i 1 R ' . ,1 I 75c mufflers, in I 75c men'g muslin 35c linen hand- E T 10 and 15c eeam- I 20c wool and cash-H $1 wool, turtle neck J a varety 0f styles, I night shirts , re- kerchiefs, hem- less cotton hose, re- mere hose, reduced to B n sweaters, reduced toi reduced to I duced to . stitched, reduced to . ducedto g 2 lor 25c I 45c j g 29c 48c 16gc ' 5c . ; l i tyrftXK' J&r7&? 'Shaw- Knit Sox. Ftixcy Color Only, Reduced to 12c Omaha's Leading Clothiers 10c Mer cerized Garters, my Good Quality, Reduced to 3c r'siM CuMcura Olntmont is one of tha most ooraaaful ourstives for torturing, dis flfuriiif humors of tbs skin and scalp, including loss of hair, Tr compounded, tn proof of which s single anointing with it, preosdsd br s hot bath with Cutlcur Soap, and followed, when SsnawrT, by s mild doss of CutK-urs, liMotTaot liquid or pills) is often arncient to afford immedists relief of tlcciing, burning snd scaly humors, csMnas. irritations snd Inflammations, rarmit raat snd sleep, snd point to a spssdr sure woen sil sUs fails. SMS Siissiit M valid. ptt Deaf s fM. (wi. frm Pv4 Imoi. Sim.. saTMiirf Smsi Omnia IMS ss Sasl CONCERNING TABLE LINEN Potats Wsrtli CoBalderlac l Its fl. leetloa, HsasmiBST, .t.r. Iss asi Cars. In selecting tsbls cloths, It is more sat isfactory to get ths seventy-two-inch wldih. which gives s generous fall of sixteen Inches or so st ths sides; which dresses a labia better than ths narrower widths. Two . and one-half yards Is a very good measure for general use. s very convenient slsa for s small company re quiring an extra leaf. Three and cne- half yards are required for sn extended table, to drape over ths ends and cor re.pt nd with ths sides. In hemming tsbls cloths, s double hem stitch sbovs sn inch snd s half wide hem makes s very fine finish. The ends must be cut by ths thread to make ths hem true. With r.apklna to correspond, and flr.lihed In ths same way, thla makes a very fins table set. If the linen is fins end heavy, with s pretty pattern. If ths hemstitch Is thought to be too elaborate. ths so-called French hem at the enda does very nicely; turning s half-Inch hem reatly snd folding bark, sew a fins over and over stitch. Ths care of table linen is of great Iru portaaos, If ons would hsvs ths tshls sr rayed at Its best. There must be a pure white cloth without blemish or wrinkle, with satiny finish, and with as lew ioia. as possible. A very' gcod way to wasn r apklns snd table clotha for thla effect is to, first. pour slowly s stream i i. Av.r satins, snd then let them scak In a good suds made with white laundry aoap for an hour; men iignny ruu out and Just scald in clear soft water; rinse In a light bluing water, and during ths whole process wring by hand, instead of by wringer, to avoid the wrinkles tht are ao hard to press out. Do not starch; stretch evenly and hang straigni on iiij line to dry. In Ironing, the linen must be evenly n,i vrv well dampened. Fold ths table cloth from side to aide Just once, and press dry from end to end. on ootn eiaes. This will give the satin finish. Fold to gether aldcwtse once more, and press both sides carefully, then fold lengthwise as little as poBlbl- to lay In your sldebosrd drawer for linen, to svom me icbsi tr.,m some set boards, such ss are used for dress goods, and wind their long table clotha smoothly over them, giving mem the appearance ol new linen. with ginger, which removes all odors and leaves a nice flavor to the meat. Never overpack fowl when dressing, as it causes the dreasing to become soggy. Pork ten derloins may be dressed In ths same way and are delicious. Spiced Stafflac for Fowl. Tn one uuart of srated bread crumbs add imn cuds ot finely chopped celery and a good half cup of melted butter; season with .alt and nenper to taste. Hsve the fswl well washed and drained before dress ing and sprinkle the inside of ths fowl CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothers who value their own com f art and the welfare of their children, should never be without a box of Mother Gray s bwe-t I'owoer. for Children, for u throughout the season. Ti.ey Kreak ud loldt. Curs Fe verishnrss, Constipation. Teething Iitsoi- derv. Hanrhe and Htonmcn 1 roubles. TIlt;81 IHWDEKS NKVEH FAIL. Bold by all Drug Stores. 2oc. Don't accept any substitute. A trial package will be sent KHEB to any mother who will address Alien 8. Olmsted. Ls Boy. K. X. LINGERIE THAT FITS THE FORM Dlreetolre Crass TromUes to Evolve at Least Os. Satisfactory Garment. Ths year IX waa a trying one for the deslgnera and makers of fine underwear. The Dlrectolre gown worked havoc with underwear traditions, and neither tne women nor the manufacturer have fully faced ths new problems sftd mastered them. Now ths combination Idea has been de veloped until popularised, but doubtless no sooner shall we hsve resigned ourselves to ths eliminstlon of underwear folds and wrinkles snd plaits thsn the Dlrectoire modes, which brought sbout the revolution, will vanish, and what will, fair woman do then? Possibly when ths radical Innovations shall have paased it will be found that there haa been s distinct gain In tha under standing of underwear possibilities. Ths deslraMe may stay with us. though the freakish will not; snd it Is to be hoped that many a woman hitherto content to buy petticoats, drawers, corset covers, etc., that did not fit her and drag them Into unshapely bunchlness by the use of ths shir atrings, which are the manufacturer concession to ths vsriations of the feminine figure, will hava received enough enlight enment during a brief Dlrectolre education to sppreclste the beauty an! desirability of well-fued undrwear. There are Innumerable expressions of the eorablnstlon Ides. The most extreme com bine a smooth-fitting corset cover with knickerbockers carefully fitted and without sny unnecessary fuUficss. Thess ss s rule are In soft satin. Or, perhaps, it would be more accurate to say that they were chiefly in satin, for they have been copied In lin gerie stuffs, and while these materials will not mould themselves to the form ss will satin, they turVe a great advantage from ths viewpoint of cleanliness One of the radical models of this typs appears In the sketches and. as will be seen. Is mors notable for smooth-fitting lines than for beauty. The corset cover Is fitted closely down to the lower Una of a long corset and the knickers are attached smoothly st that line without s gather save just in ths back. BLEACHED FLOUR IS ILLEGAL Decision Signed by Secretary of Agrl- caltnre Will Prohibit Back AslalteratlOB. Bleached flour, which haa been ths sub ject of ao much controversy and condem nation during ths last two years, has re ceived a knock-out blow In a decialon which has Just been rendered by Jsmes Wilson of ths United Ststcs Department of Agri culture, on ths recommendation of ths Board of Food and Drug Inspeotlon, says What to Eat. Ths decialon, aigned by Sec retary Wilson himself, states: Flour bleached1 , with nitrogen psroxid, as affected by tha food snd drug set of June 80, 1904, has been made the subject of a careful Investigation extending over sev eral months. A public hearing on thla subject was held by ths secretary of agriculture snd ths Board of Food snd Drug Inspection, begin ning November It. 1M, and continuing five dsys. At this bearing those who fsvored ths bleaching process and tboss who op posed It were given squsl opportunities to be beard. It is my opinion, based upoa sll ths tes timony given at ths hearing, upon ths f- I ports of those whs hava Investigated the subject, upoa ths litsrsturs sad upon ths unsnlmous opinion of the Board of Foa: snd Drug Inspection, that flour bleached by nitrogen peroxld is an adulterated product under the food snd drugs act of Juns 30, 1906; thst ths character of ths adulteration Is such that no statement upon the label will bring bleached flour within the law, and that such flour cannot legally be made or sold In ths District of Columbia or In ths territories, or be transported or aold In tha Interstate commerce, or b trans ported or sold In foreign commerce except under that portion of section S of the law, which reads: Provided. That no article shall be deemed mlsbrauded or adulterated within ths provlalona of this act when InteiiiHd for export to any foreign country and pre pared or packed according to the apecifl catlona or directions of the foreign pur chaser, when no substance Is used In the preparstlon or packing thereof in conflict with the laws of ths foreign country to which said article .la Intended to be shipped. In view of tha extent of the bleaching proceaa and of ths Immense quantity of bleached flour now on hand or In process of manufacture, no prosecutions will be recommended by this department for man ufacture and sale thereof In ths District of Columbia or ths territories or for trans portation or sals in Interstate or foreign commerce' for a period of six months from ths date hereof habits snd conditions which tend to causa nervous excitement. Avoid excesses of sll kinds. Taks plenty of sleep and svoid late hours. Observe regular habits. Exercise tn moderation; do not engage In animated conversation; economize the sys tem's energy by every mesns possible. Never est between mesls; never eat when you are not hungry, and let aa much time as possible elapse from ons meal to an other. Two meals s day ara better than three.- Eat fat foods, but not In excessive quan tity. Olive oil is the best fat. Est plenty of sweet snd stsrchy foods. Eat sparingly of lesn meats. Avoid sll sold foods. , Drink water Just before snd Just after estlng. Avoid strong alcoholic beverages. Beer, ala snd sweet wines mav be drunk in moderate quantities. Milk of sll kinds Is beneficial. Highly succulent foods, such mm melons snd veretablea like raw tomato. are helpful. Souds snd other llaulrt foods ihnniH k. eaten In liberal quantities) RULES FOR THIN PEOPLE Cobis Praetleal aggeetloaa for Tkses De.lrlBsT ta Aeeasaalata , Mar Flesh. Hers srs general rules which should be observed by sll lean people desirous of ac cumulating mors flesh; Avoid worry. Seek pleasant companionship snd agres able entertainment. Bnjpy a hearty laugh ss often ss ou CSS. Keep lbs nsrvss tslaxsd sol svoid ail No Question as to the Superiority, or i CALUMET Baldnc Powder, ftscerreg HIiWul Avars VsrU's rsrs fees EissMtiss) Cakass, INT..