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lliiH U.M-AHA SLMJAY BEE: JULY 11, lyOO.
SOCIETY MOSTLY AT CLUBS
Peek's Calendar Not Promising of
Many Pretentious Affain.
woMEir mcmiD to totjbitament
Qstsha People UelnsT Abroad Tkll
Homk hr the Dtn Wittr'ml
lies a a I a Rfiortl Also
Attract Mar f ' ,
Ths butler and 1 he lady's maid
Have (on to see the big parade;
Tha gardener, with step alert,
Is marching In a acarlet shirt;
The cook at diisk Intends to go
To Bee the pyrotechnlo show;
The driver or my ear extends
Its services to all bis friends;
While I to guard the home must star.
Far this, alas, Is circus day I
WOVDAT-Chlldren s day at Field club.
tCEBDAT-Iadles' day at Happy. Hollow
and Field clubs; Miss May Murphv lunch
eon at Field club; Mrs. VanNostrand,
luncheon at Happy Hollow; Mrs. C. W.
Miller, plonlo at Hod and, Clin club; the
Ml Owen, Jolly Dosen club.
WEDNESDAY Lsdles' day at Country
Club; Midweek dinner and dance at Conn
try and Field elubs; Miss Margaret Bruce,
afternoon bridge; Mrs. Mary Hpratlen,
Informal afternoon tea.
TH t'RFDA Y Iadlea' day at Happy Holtowl
nu irnu ciuui; minweea ainner ana
dance at the Rod and Gun club; Mrs.
Charles B. Johannes, afternoon bridge.
FRIDAY -Omlkron club, midsummer danc
ing party at Happy Hollow; Madam Bor
glum, Informal afternoon tea at her bome.
SATURDAY Weekend dinner and danee
at Happy Hollow, Country and' field
ciuds; air. ana Mrs. w. A Aycrlgg dinner
m arty at Country cluh; Mr. and Mrs. T.
I Davis, dinner at Country club.
The social calendar la not promising; this
week, though the regular schedule Jor', the
country clubs and the presence of so many
visiting women insures enough to 'keep
tho stay-at-homes fairly busy. It la one
of tbe satisfactory features, of the clubs
that they are always ready making pun.
alble all - tha " pleasure of the Impromptu
affair with the completeness of the more
pretentious function added. Of course.
.there will be the regular ladles' day lunch.
t,on parties at the cluba this week, though
few hostesses have made their annoujic
. meets as yet. And then, too, there are
, the dinner dances, which help out won.
The feminine tennla players of Omaha will
have a chance to enter a national tourna
ment If they wish. The first annual Mis
aourl valley tennla charpplonshlps tor
women, singles and doublee, will be given
in Kansas city commencing July 12.
Tha Kansas City Athletic cub takes
pleasure in announcing that they have se
cured official sanction from tha United
States National Lawn Tennis association
,foi the playing of the above tournament
4and that the date selected will be the week
01 July it, iwjs.
t Thie tournament will be the premier ten
nis event for women to be held In the can
Ural west, and the affair promises to be
on of exceptional Interest to all supporters
or tbe game.
We earneatly solicit your entry, whether
you be expert or beginner, tooths former
as we wish as classy an entry aa toes
ble, and to the latter for the reason that
i tournament play will Improve your game
' to a wonderful degree. In faot, one weak
of tournament-' work Is considered "more
beneficial than a month of ordinary "prao-
j Judge .nd Mrs. Lobtnger, formerly of
; Omaha, who are now living at Bagulo, In
the Philippine Islands, recently entertained
rsomd noted guests, Including the famous
Filipino general, Agulnaldo. The .following
Interesting paragraph appeared in the Ma
("Judge and Mrs. Charles 8. Loblngler en
Pertained at tiffin In honor of Acting Gov
,rnor General Forbes and his house guests.
The luncheon was given In the private din
ing room of tho Hotel Pines, which was
'handsomely decorated. The table decora
tions wers Benguet lilies and tha favora
were handsome photographs of Bagulo
Scenes. Archbishop iiarty, Executive Sec
retary Carpenter. Dr. Victor G. Heiser,
"Judge and Mrs. Jenkins, Rector Yelasques
'of Santo Thomas university, Rev.-Narre,
'-General Emlllo Agulnaldo. Mr. and Mra.
Sloan of Manila, Mrs. George R. Harvey,
Mrs. John Haussermann, Mrs.. Murray
Harriett, Mr. Alexander Strauss. Mr. Isaac
Adams. Mr. .Allison Jj. Oibbs and Mr, Con
rad P. Hathaway.
'. At the Ceeatrr Clab.
pne of the dinner parties at the Country
eub . Saturday . evening waa given by the
, 'members of the Kappa Kappa Kappa so
nority, all of "whom have 'attended Bros).
nell hill. Tb young-women of this so
rority nave been much entertained and
they dtolded to reciprocate and be the
hosteee at a dinner party. The members
ef ths sorority are: Mis Ruth Hammer,
Mildred Butler, Katneelne Beeson, Elisa
beth Bruce, Elisabeth Davis and Menle
. Davis. Tbe guests were . Messrs. Hal
Brady, Lloyd Lomax, Fred Clarke, Louis
Bweet. Robert Maokay, Harold Prltchett
and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Davis, who , chap-
ironed the party.
Other . dinner parties were given by
Messrs.' C. B. Tyler of Council Bluffs,
who had five guests; W. J. Connell, throe;
U. It. Beldrldga, three; General Mender
J. M, sVl No; I 'do not know of 'any
mana t Increase the height. "How to
grow tall" le beyond my knowledge. I
advise you to quit worrying and be con
tent to remain aa you are. 1 am glad you
Ilka my ehampoo rolp and I am sorry
you had trouble In getting canthrox. I
never mention an Ingredient for any recipe
that you oannot obtain In any first elass
drug store without difficulty. If your
druggist happens to be out of any article
named ha can easily obtain it from his
Anxious Inquirer: Large pores and black
hearts era frequently eaueed by use of faoe
powder. Almosoln cream Jolly lyou can
piak It yourself Is the best remedy I
know for clearing th kln of blaekheada.
larg pore, certain typa of simple. ic.
Put an punc t( ainosoln In a fruit Jar and
add Sk pint Of cold water ana two lea
spoonfuls of glycerine, etlr briskly for a
few minute until It become a thick cram
Jelly. For nisagtng; apply with the fin-
?ers and let remain for a minute on the
to, snd then rub well with the hsnd.
Th dirt will at onoe roll off and the por
wilt be thoroughly cleansed. In rase of
' tan, freckles, ehapped fao. etc., apply
and let remain for a few hour. It con
tains no fata or oil that will cause hair
to grow, go you can use it as ireeiy a
. you wish.
,X. T. Z.t Fao lotions or weahee are
to be preferred to ordinary fee powder,
but th manufactured brand ar pretty
expensive for everyday use. Your aallow,
Urk and oily kln caa be made white
and nort youthful It you will us this
rclp: To a half pint of hot water and
two tpoonfuls of glycerine add 4 ounces
of surmax; let It atd until eold. Apply
to th hand and face with th palm of
the hand and continue rutblng the kin
where applied until dry. Thle is a com-
r lesion bsauttrter that whiten th ekla,
t Is ale good for cold sore.
TDrisa Kl ,Ta keep your eye bright and
ee y -tenia tad by dissolving
eon, four; Fred Hamilton, three, and JL W.
Jtidge and Mrs. D. U. Vlnaonhaler en
tertained at olnner In - honor of Miss
Buckey of Washington. D. C guest of
Mr. W. K. Ourlen The guests were Miss
Buckey, Mrs. W. H. McHugh, Mr. ang
Mrs. W. F. Ourley and Captain end Mrs.
At HiMT Hollew.
The Urgent dinner party at Happy Hol
low "irtnrdfty evening was given by Dr.
and Mrs. E. C. Henry- Covers were placed
for:. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Plel. Mr. and
Mrsw.'O. Shrtver, Mr. and Mra. H V.
Cole. Mr. snd Mrs. A. II. Workman and
I Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Henry.
I Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Wllllama had as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Demaln ted
'wlch, Miss Bvelyn Ledwlch. Mr. Welllng
Iton Ledwlch and Master Glen Williams.
Pining with Mr. snd Mrs, u. u. tiapii
ton were: Mrs. Julius Nichols of Colum
bus, Neb., and Miss Julia Miller.
Among others who entertained smeller
parties were Measra C. D. Bturdevant, O.
P. Goodman, B. W. Tandy, C. O. Free
man. C. H.. Bobtsop, J. C. Chedwlckj A.
B. Somers, W. F. Mllroy. Howard en-
M. Shirley, Charles power, a. j.
Gooiey and W. B. Curtis. 4
At tho Field Clab.
Mr." and Mrs. Ed P. Smith, who have
been giving a series of dinner parties at
the Field club, entertained Saturday even
ing. .Covers overe placed for sixteen gufsta.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McDonald entertained
at dinner at 'the club for their house
gurus, Mr., and Mrs. Tom Body of At
lanta. Ga., the other gueets being Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Fetters. Mr. and Mra. Fulton
Berlin and Dr. and 'Mrs. Bert Christie.
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Munirer entertained
as their guests at dinner Mr. and Mrs.
B. T. White, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buchols,
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Sholea, Judge and Mrs.
George Day and Mr. and Mrs. U. N. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles P. cnumiea enirr-
talned as their dinner guests last evening
at the club Captain and Mrs. Joseptt r.
Otohn. Miss Colt and Lieutenant Shajlen-
berser. all of Fort Crook.
Those who gave smaller dinner parties
Saturday evening at the club were Messrs.
T. C- Hyson, who had seven - guests;
Charles D. ArVnstrong, four; n. Morton,
two;' Arthur Thomas, six; H. Devalon,
four? IE. Sweat, fourj ahd.H. H. Thomas,
four. " ,
' ; ". ,s ' . v
The Bee Hive &ocM club was enter
tained Thursday by Mra. Nettle Downs t
The Misses Lena and Sadie Schonbergor
entertained Thursday evening at an In
formal t-arty In honor of their guest. Miss
Ina Silver of Sioux City. The evening
was spent with music and games. Prlss
were won by Miss Minnie Robinson. Julius
Stlgl and Bldney Lewis. About twenty-
five guests were present.
About thirty guests were entertained at
the home of Mls Avllda Moore. 169 Park
avenue, Friday evening. Those present In
cluded Misses Florence Rhosdes. Nellie
Prltchard, Marlon Carpenter, Helen Robln
son, Elisabeth Doud, Irma Gross, Dora
Bass, Mabel Wirt. Elsie Relnbold, Emma
Kretschmar, Rujh Llndley, Sara Ayres,
Nora Nslson, Edna Bartlett and Ruth Me-
Ilvatna, Messrs. Richard Barnes, George
Clayton, Fred rernald, Norman Burgers,
Kenneth Hatch, Oran Anderson, War
Plhnell, ' Wallace Teller and Dr. and Mrs
Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Keaton,
Prominent among the affaire of Saturday
was the luncheon psrty given by Miss
Bess Moorhead and Mlsa Ruth Moorhead
at the Country club, In honor of Miss Mil-
bank of Los Angelos, Cel., guest of Miss
Bess Baum, and for Miss Hubbard, of
Wheeling, vw. Va., guest of Miss Elisabeth
Corg?on. , Garden flowers formed the cen
teptece 'for the table Pd the guests pres
ent were, Mlsa Hubbard, Miss Mllbsnk
Miss Congdon, Miss Baum, Mrs. George
Redlck, Mrs. Louis Clarke, Miss Marlon
Connell. 'Miss Lorain Comstoek, Mrs. Ed
ward Cralgbton, Miss Mabel Marr. Miss
Louisa Peck, Miss Helen Davis, Miss Olive
Baker,. Miss Franoes Martin, Miss Isabel
French, Mis Katherlne Grabel, Mrs. Jesse
Whltmore of Grand Island and Miss Bess
Moorhead and Mlsa Ruth Moorhead
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hon announce the
engagement of their sister, Miss Henrietta
Reed, to Mr. Christopher Fox, which will
take place July 22, at. P- m., at the Hon
home, 209 South Twenty-eighth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Btlckney of Min
neapolis announce the engagement of their
daughter, Blanche Diets Btlckney, to Mr.
Carlton Allen Rannay of Minneapolis. Tha
wedding will take . place 'In August. Mr.
and Mrs. . Btlckney and family, formerly
resided In Omsiia and . their daughters
have been frequent guests her sine their
residence In Minneapolis.
p ta Favr.
The members of the Sermo club will give
a plcnto next Tuesday at the Rod and Gun
club at tha cottage of Mra. C. W. Miller.
. Mra. T. H. VanNostrand will give
luncheon at Happy Hollow elub In honor of
her sister. Miss Luella Kerr of Washing
ton, la., who la her guest. 1
Prominent among the affairs ef the week
will be the dancing party at Happy Hoi
low, Friday evening a) 1:81 o'clock, with
the members of the Omlkron club as host.
This will be one of the largest dancing
an ounce of erysto In a pint of water,
1'til make an toale that ia good for
tired, weak or tnflammed eye. . It will not
smart or burn. It strengthen th lght,
tend to mak th eye beautiful and lus
trous, and ia aa aid to tho who wear
Si . Apply by dropping on or two
rop q act eye.
Robt W.j You ean mak a fin quinine
lisir innia aa ruupw: 10 i ounc of qui
noia add pint of alcohol and u pint of
cold water; let stand until th quinola ia
dlwolved. Bub In well until absorbed.
This will rrtiov dandruff, and stop fall
ing hair, reltey Itching Sralp, keep th
scalp in healthy rendition, and oromet
the growth of hair, if used once or twice
a weea. enampoo tn hair twice a month,
bee answer to B. B.
B. B. ; Th best and chekDeat ahamooo
I know ef ts mad from pur, plain can-
throM. blmply dltaoiv a te spoonful of
cantnrox in a tra cup or not waiy ana
stir well until all la dissolved; then proceed
to shampoo by pouring It on the hair and
rubbing well. This make a ft lather
and i leans th scalp, relieves irritation and
makes the hlr toft and fluffyand auch a
ehampoo costs less than on cant. See
answer to Hoot. w. for making a goad
M W.: Tt la try that exercising and
1t-i Inw hav brought about atlsfariorr r-
suits to many who considered thmvtv
foe fat. but If vou are so slttd that
vou cii'i nn i take eierrl.e and find that
dieting weakens you, I would advis you
to try a lmpl mixture of parnotl and
warm water. Put t ounce of pamott In
a pint of warr water and hake well until
dissolved. When fold It Is ready fer use.
Take a tableepeonful times a day and
uet before meals. This Is a harmless
mL -i.w -:....m! h unL0 oVh'.
ping with common table salt la ona or tna
bHt remedlea known. Add Just enough
water te make the salt damp.
Bead Mr. Martya'a book, "Beast,"
parties given during tha summer, and a
large number ef guest are planning to attend.
Mrs. Mary Rjrratlen will give an Informal
tea Wed need ay In honor of Miss turkey
of Washington, P. C, who Is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. W. F. Ourley.'
Complimentary to Miss Haw of Worces
ter, Mass., guest of Mrs. Frsnk Crawford,
Mra. Charles E. Johannea will entertain
at bridge Thursday afternoon; Friday af
ternoon Mm. Borglum will entertain In
formally st a tea for Miss "Howe.
Next Saturday evening Mr. and Mra. W.
. . Aycrlgg will give a, dinner party at
the Country Club. Covers will be pieced
for twenty-six guests. Mr. and Mrs. T.
1 Pavls will also entertain at dinner Sat
urday, when covers wlU be pieced for
Mr. Raymond Low Is ' spending a few
weeks on a ranch In Texas. .
A daughter was born to Mr. and Hr
Francis Potter Wednesday.-
Hisses "Laura and Katherlne Scott are
occupying the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Scott' during 'the letter's absence at Clear
Madam Rustln, who has been spending
several months In New Tork City with
her daughter, Mrs. James ' Mcintosh, ex
pects to .return .to Omaha to. reside this
fall and will occupy her former residence
on Bouth Thirty-seventh street
Mr. and Mrs. William Wyman, Miss Wy
man and Mr. CrOeby Wyman, who have
been occupying the Dempster home on
West Harney street while, the latter have
been going around the world, . are now
moving to the W. J. Burgees home on
Dodge and Thirty-third atreets. Mr. 'and
Mra. Dempster and Miss Allen will return
shortly from England, where they have
been visiting friends for a few weeks..
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McShane are expected
home next week from their wedding trip.
and are now in New York City, having
been up1 In' the Vermont mountains and
Into Canada. MY. and Mrs. McShane will
temporarily occupy Mr. John A. McShahe's
residence until the return of the latter
frem 'Long Branch, where he and Mts.
McShane are Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mof
fatt, acquaintances they made while last
Mlsa Busanna Edwards Annln, daughter
of the late William E. Annln, known
throughout Nebraska and In Washington
City newspaper crcles, graduated recently
at Wellesley college. Miss Annln waa given
the rare honor of an election to the Phi
Beta Kappa sorority. ' Mrs. William E.
Annln and her children now live In Wash
ington, D. C. Mrs. Annln Is the daughter
of the late Major J. W. Paddock, well
known to old-time eltlsena of Omaha.
Mia Katherlne Rusche of Columbus Is
visiting Miss Rogene Dellecker.
Mis Vera Turner has gone to King City,
Mo., to spend the rest of the summer.
Rev. and Mrs. PerclVal Bate of Newark,
N. J., are visiting Mrs. Rose Pollard.
Miss Blanohe Kahn of EVanavllle, Ind.,
Is visiting her sister," Mrs. Samuel Freed
man. Mr. arjd Mrs. Walter G. Preston and son,
Walter Preston, Jr., have gone to Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rees will leave
the first of ths week for a ten days' visit
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Love of Sandusky,
O., are guestg of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Mr. Robert Fisher has returned home
from Ann Arbor to spend bis vacation with
his parents. .
Mrs. Leon E. Blnet of St. Paul, Minn., is
visiting her sister, Mrs. John J. Ryder, of
m Burt street. ) '
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kats left Friday
for Elkhart lake, Wisconsin, where they
will spend a month.
The Misses Josephine and Nellie Shulti
left Saturday to visit Seattle and a few
of tha California cities.
Miss Marlon Connell leaves Thursday for
Little Deer Island, Me., to spend tha re
mainder of the summer. '
Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Grlmmel and daugh
ters, have gone to Lake Mlnnetonka,
Minn., for th summer.
Mrs. E. M. Fairfield and little daughters
have gone to Dennis. Mass., to spend th
remainder of the summsr.
The Misses pearl and Agnes Smalley left
Saturday for Detroit, Mich., where they
will spend vacation of two wseks.
Mtas Jean Cherry of Ponoa, Neb., has
arrived to be the gueat of Misses Rlenetta
and Gertrude Pfoiffer for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gaines left Friday
evening for Des Moines, la., where Mr.
Gaines played In tbe golf tournament.
Mrs. T. E. Steven and daughter, Miss
Dorothy Stevens, left Wednesday to spend
th summer at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca,,
Mr. and Mra M. T. Barlow and their
guests, Miss Josselyn and Miss Brooke,
have gone for a trip through Yellowstone
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Macomber of Car
roll, la., are spending the week end
visiting Judge and Mrs. Jam H. Ma
Mrs. M. Engler and' daughter. May, left
Saturday-morning for Shenandoah, la.,
where they will spend some weeks with
Mrs. Sherman Canfleld, who has been vis
iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Lewis, left Friday for her home in Sher
Mr. Norman O. Eggeman of Detroit, who
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, W.
Taylor, left Friday lor Seattle . and the
Misses May and Katharine Hantlng have
gone west on a -trip that will take them
to Seattle, an Francisco, Los Angeles and
Miss Mildred Roger and Miss Marthana
Harrison attended th commencement ex
ercises at West Point Military academy to
gether last week.
Mr. Buckey and Mlas Buckey of Wash
ington, D. C, mothsr and aiater of Mr. W
F, Ourley, have arrived to Visit Mrs. Our
ley and Mr. Ourley.
Mr. and Mr. M. E. Serat will leave the
firat of th week for a visit with relatives
la Kansas City, after which Mrs. Serat
will leave for Colorado Sprlnga.
Mr. and' Mra. Frank McGinn leave
shortly for the east where they will take
a erulse on the new yacht which Mra. Me-1
Glnn's mother haa recently purchased.
- Mr. E. P. Peck and Mr. Will Gurley
will shortly jln Mr. Henry Edabrook ef
Nw Turk City In a trip In th latter'
automobile through the hill of Tnnese
Mr. and Mr. Palmatler of Coldwatvr,
Mich., ar guts of their can, Mr. W. E.
ralmailsr, and Mrs. ra!matir, UU Maple
Mre. Grece Gamble, daughter of Mra.
E. D. Slaughter, who ha recently returned
from Europe, left this week for Boise City,
Ida., what ahs will open a studio for piano
Miss Allr Town haa returned from a
visit In tha southwestern part of th slot.
vher sh went after leaving Lincoln,
where aha has been gymnasium director
at th university.
Ml Belle Dewey spent last week the
gueet of Mra E. H. Bprague at her home
near th Country club, leaving Saturday
! ' Council Bluffs to spend a week visit
mg vnene Biewan
Mr. and Mra. Thomas J. Kelly sail nest
Saturday for Uverpool, on th Carman ia
of th Cunard line, and will spend some
time In Germany, Wales and London. They
will ret or n abeat October 1.
. Mra. David Stone and two children have
arrived from Fort Still to visit Mrs. Stone's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hoag
tand. In Dundee. Mr. Ilosgland went to
Ken City to meet Mr. Stone.
Mlsa Mae Murray of Troy, N. T, la ex
pected the latter part of the week to visit
the Mlssea Irene and Beatrice Ceed. Mies
Murray will go from her to be the guest
of Senator and Mr. Carter of Montana.
Mr. James McKsnn will shortly take
on of the Anchor line boats across the
Atlantic and back again for th purpoee of
the sea voyage. Mr. McKanna haa made
trip acmes tha Atlantic several time
wltb advantag t his health.
Mr. and Mra. H. 0. Jackson left yester
day for th lakea, where they will meet
Mr. Jackson's parents at Milwaukee with
their launch Galatea, and after cruising
around Lake Michigan, will go to their
summer horn near Oahkoeh, Wis.
Mrs. Will Cowls. , and small daughter,
Katherlne, who have been the guests of
General and Mr. John C. Cowln for two
weeks, left Saturday for Fort Robinson,
Ckptaln Cowln having been transferred
from Fort Russell to Fort Robinson.
Dr. and Mra. J. P. Lord. Mlas Louise
Lord and Mr. Prentiss Lord have returned
from an extended trip through the east.
They visited Philadelphia, Atlantlo City,
Boston and New York. Mr. Prentiss Lord,
who has been attending Amherst, joined
his parents In the east.
Mr. and Mre. C. O. Talmnge and daugh
ter leave Sunday for a month's trip
through th Canadian northwest and tho
Pacific coast country, including Vancou
ver, B. C, and Seattle, ( Wash., returning
by way of Portland, San Francisco, Los
Angeles, Salt Lake City and Denver.
lolly ho Us party was given for a num
ber of the' Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority
girls by Miaa Etta Mae Gravelle at her
home In Falrbury. About fifteen guests
were present. Including Misses Doris Wood,
Helen Sholes, Ola Bell Hervey and Ann
Dennis of Omaha. They returned Satur
There will b quite an Omaha party
sailing on the Amerika from New York
City next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Davla, accompanied by the Misses Davis,
Mrs. 8. i-. Barkalow and Miss Barkalow,
Mra. Warren M. Rogera and Miss Mildred
Rogers, who will do Europe together this
Mr. Lewis Reed, jr., who has been mak
lng a very pleaaant visit In Omaha, left
this week for Milan, where he haa charge
of the Italian branch of the American
Radiator company. Mr. and Mra. Lewis
Reed will go later In tha season, and
probably take up their residence with their
son in Milan.
Mrs. H. H. Plerca of Kansaa City, form
erly Miss Elisabeth Walsh of this city, Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. P. Walsh. Several
small dinner parties are lnned for the
Mr. W. C. Sunderland goes abroad the
itter part of this month In company with
Hr. O. J. Rsllsback of Ashland. They will
go at one to Hamburg and take a steamer
there for the land of tha Midnight Sun,
sailing north by Scotland, the Shetland
Islands and Iceland and returning down
the Norwegian coast.
Mrs. F. J. Taggart and daughter Vir
ginia of the Hotel Loyal left yesterday
for Hardy, Ark., In the Osarks, where they
will spend the summer with Mr. Taggart'a
nr.other, stopping enroute at Fort Leaven
worth for a few days' visit with Mrs. Tag
gart'a sister, Mrs. Dr. Joseph Plnquard.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 8. Waller hav re
turned from a trip to the Pacific coast.
Mr. Welter left in March for a three
months' business trip through Mexloo and
California, after which he waa met at
Portland by Mrs. Wsller. They visited for
six wseks in Portland, Tacoma and a tho
exposition at Seattle.
Mrs. James MeKenna will next week join
the Omaha colony on the Massachusetts
coast. Mrs. Herman Kountse, who has
been at Greenwich; Mrs. Curtis, Miss Lynn
Curtis and Miss Daisy Doane, who have
been the guests of Mr. E. Dlmon Bird
there, and Mra. Westley Morsman will all
be at Slasconaet, Mass.
OMAHA RAILWAY CLUB OPENS
FOR FIRST TIME TO MEMBERS
Qaarter In Barker Block Visited by
. Alt the Three Haadred Ma
on Membership RU.
The Omaha Railway club blossomed yes
terday, ths 300 members of the organisa
tion .visiting for th first time the quar
ters on the second floor of the Barker
The club starts In most auspicious dr.
cumstsnoe and Its. physical environment
is more than ordinarily attractive. Three
large room, with a total floor specs of
1,400 feet, are used. The first Is the re
caption and lounging room, tha second
tna caf, and th third th billiard and
pool room. . Th furniture Is of Flemish
oak in mission style. The walls of ths
several rooms have been variously pa
pered, the red hue of, the cafe being the
most striking, though it Is not louq. me
csf servlo will b from th restaurant
beneath by mean of a dumb waller.
Tit omccr oi in ciuo inciuo in fol
President J. A. Monro.
t C. E. Spens.
Vlce-Preldent S. F. Miller.
Secretary W. P. Stlllmen.
Traurer L. Belndorf.
Directors H. K. Kooser. chairman; J. B.
I'tt. U. O. Ortffln, H. E. Mooree, J. 3.
Monks, w. H. Murray, w.. J, Loivin, n
K. May ward, H- C, flculeil, J. - wemseii,
A. B. Rutherford, W. H. Jones, Mai Buck-
U. M. untrlkln Is chairman or, the nous
GREAT WESTERN TO B SOLD
Lowest Bid Be Aeeepted Will Be
6T. PAUL. July 10.-Judg Walter H
Banborn of the United State circuit court
issued today a final decree authorising' the
special master In chancery to sell at pub
He auction th properties of th Chicago,
Great Western Hallway company, which
has been in th hands of receivers sine
January, 190. Th lowest bid accepted will
y r Sanai
TUU Institution is the ooljr on
Id tho central west wltb separate
buildings situated Id their own
.Tuu'.e grounds, yet entirely dig.
tlnct and rendering It possible to
classify cast?. Tbt on building
being fitted for and devoted to tbe
treatment of noncontagious and
nonmenUl diseases, no others be
ing admitted. Tbe other, Rest
Cottage, being designed (or and
devoted to tbe exclusive treatment
of select mental cases, requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
fftli'l'ni '- - .- uu-..MJiisJL.i.ji -UL.i U.1..I u. i mate.
off Ladies' Wool Suits
All Wool Suits Must Go This Week
Regardless of Former Selling Price.
Thege axe suits that have formerly sold at $20.00, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00, $45.00 and up mart
of them are just as good style as our uew Fall Suits that have commenced iliS S
to arrive, but we do not carry stock over from one reason to another, j-2 &h
hence we offer .you the choice of every spring wool suit in stock Mon- . ffli'M iS'
day at t
Reducing the remaining suits a dollar each day until all are sold. Tuesday they'll be
$9.00; Wednesday, $8.00; Thursday, $7.00; Friday, $0.00, and next Saturday,
$5.00. There are nearly two hundred to select from, beginning Monday. Please bear in
mind, you must choose early in the week if you want the choice ones.
"Absolutely no alterations made on these uits."
Oof Great vyaist Sale
' TTil-nl'roa rf ir.o Ttrnie a
$3.50, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.75, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00- ' -
On Sale at Just
AotlvltUs of th Organise
Bedl Along the Z.US f Va
dsrtaktmg af Ooaosra to Woman.
Through the courtesy of the board of
trustees of Brownell hall, a four-years'
scholarship In that institution has been
granted to the Nebraska Federation of
Women's cltiba. The scholarship, which Is
equivalent to a gift of $1,200, will be open
to daughters of Nebraska club women un
der conditions agreed upon by the federa
tion's executive committee and Mlns Mars-
dsn, principal of the hall. The utmost se
crecy will be observed so that no embar
rassment may result to the recipient, whose
Identity will be Known only to the president
of the federation, the chairman of the
executive committee, the bishop of the di
ocese and the principal of Brownell hall.
The bequest Is made In behalf of the Epls
eopal church In Nebraska tn Its desire to
be a factor In the spiritual, educational and
moral uplift of tha womanhood of the
state. This gift leaves Its beneficiary 1300
year to provide, In addition to the achol-
arshlp, and a diploma from Brownell hall
Is recognised by all the leading women's
college and many of the other co-educa-
Uonal Institutions' of the country.
The Nebraska Federation of Women's h
clubs is making a great effort on its own
behalf to create a scholarship in the State
university this fall. Several clubs have
volunteered a ten cent per capita tax of its
members, $3bu being the amount deemed nec
essary for on year's maintenance of the
beneficiary. The young woman must ba
daughter of a club woman and must
hav the physical and other qualifications
that would make such an effort worth
while. Miss Josephine McHugh, chairman
of the state federation's education commit
tee. Is urging clubs that have not already
responded to communlce,te with her at
once at 1219 Dodg street, Omaha, that the
committee may make arrangements for the
examination that will enable the young
woman selected to enter the university this
Many good things are In store for ths
olub woman of Nebraska this coming
winter, thanks to the efforts of the State
Federation's chairmen of standing commit
tees. Mrs. Anna R. Morey of Hastings,
chairman of the art committee, has spent
most of the summer In Chicago, where she
has arranged for a month's exhibit in Ne
braska of a water color and oil loan col
lentlon sent out by the Chicago Water
Color society. The collection will be ready
fer Nebraska about November 15. The Chl
n Art Institute, of which Mrs. Morey Is
a graduate and an associate member, has
promised all possible help to the state worn.
Mra. Moray haa further secured tne prom
ise that. In the event of the German gov
ernment sending the loan collection oi
water colors that has been talked of, Ne
braska ahall be second to exhibit It. She
haa also In prospect a collection of Tiffany
glass, and a fine example, of the art win
dow which may exhibited in the state
later on, and aha ha securd th loan or
a paper on art glass, presented by ths lata
Marshall Field to tha Illinois Federation of
Mra. Harrison of Tork, chairman of the
Federation' forestry eommltt, 1 now In
Boston, and Is arranging for some fine
features for next fall.
BOTTLES THAT TELL A STORY
Set Adrift, They Qlve the Paths of
Oeesa Crret Over Maay
information regarding ocean
current ts obtained by mesne of bottlcs-
InaniTiate scientific messenger mi uun
iih ths flotsam of the North Atlantic,
ometlme following a tralght line, iom-
tlms slg-xsgglng across th green maier.
at othr times traveling In a seml-clrcla.
Ordinary bottles they ar, corked and
ealed with wax or pitch. Peer, vinegar,
or catsup thy may hav contained, for
there are no official bottlea like those the
Prince of Monaco used to throw Into the
sa yar ago. Thy ar dropped Into th
ocean by mariner and contain forms fur
nished by th United States Hydrograplilc
offir-, which eks enlightenment on ll
ublct dealing with th aclonce of navi
gation. Thes bottle papers, a they prs
called, at printed In seven lniruages,
Bd hav blank space for the nme of the
......I (mm mhtrh tha bottl was cast and
k. vl mrlt-h olcked It up. as well as
date and th latltud nd longtltude of
th starting and finishing points of th
If a man finds a bottle on lh beach and
follow directions, hs malls th paper to
th Hydrographlc offic. whos experts
trac th path followed by the bottle, de
lineating this path on tha msp which
forms a part of th regular chart glvn
to navigatera who furnish marine data to
y V.-e' v-- a- r
AJ5T FAISNAJVl ST.
in 1 i n crnrck linnn u nronoa aillra
DR. BRADBURY. DENTIST 3g Virhi-
VTUWM, U. iron H.BV 4
es-ow "" t"ewjew--k
Partial Uts, up ,s j ' V teeth, up i-ou. .S0
from ta.00 J ' Serves reiuovet: a l;b-
ratnleas Extracting 50 V V l-?"1"-
ruimg up from' so. U TVVnWW AIl..s."k
op from tl
to th) Ladies Extra long lengths in Hat Pine new designs In Collar
and Belt Pins. Many new novel tie.
Mawhinney & Ryan Co.
lBlh and DOUOXtAS BTB.
Every Evnlnr To tha Dsnclns-
Sunday afternoons at 2:80 sharp to Florence, returning 6:30 p. ru
Tickets for all points, including dancing S5
Bring your families best of order maintained on all occasions; Spe
cial low. rates given to churches, lodges and societies for day excurSWus.'
Boat landing and office foot of Douglas St 'Phone Douglas 2924.
Now Is the Time to Buy Your Summer; Hat )
We are going to alter onr store, svnd every trimmed hat must be
sold before we begin. Big reduction In price. '
F. M. SchadelU Col
1B22 DOUGLAS STREET.
Irtit.d of sweltering over the dinner &.t hme
bring jur family to
biisoifs Cool Cafe
Dozens ef fans keep cool, fresb air Always clrcalalfcg
Sunday Table d'H.te 75c
SUNDAY TABLE D'HOTE
40c and 50c
It's great and you wlU like it.
the office. A atar on the map marks the
point at which th bottle was eaat adrift,
a circle the point of recovery, and a num
ber 1 attached to Indicate th order In
the accompanying chronological list. The
drift is shown as following the shortest
poaiilbl rout, except In the case of bot
tle whose path U made to conform to a
certain extent to th accepted knowledge of
In equatorial and tropical regions, where
trade winds prevail, the drift is westerly,
all bottlea finding their way to the Wind
ward Islands, th Bahamas, or the shore
of th Caribbean or the Gulf of Mexico.
North of the fortieth parallel, or, to b
more explicit, north of th latitude of New
York, bottle ar driven by prevailing
westerly winds In an easterly or east by
northeast direction, going across the ocean
to be cast up on the western shores of
Great Britain or th eoast of France. Be
tween th two main drifts, or between the
Florida peninsula and New York, accord
ing to explanatory notes of th bottl
chart, "lie a debatabl region, crossed by
many sailing and steamship routes, and
within which in all probability are cast as
many bottl papers a in other portions Of
th ocean. The recovery of such bottles
however, rar. the records of the Hy-
1.1. In hut 4r. rtmmn
utvmi'iiiv uuit-a luii'iaiiii't n - " - -
Couflrmatlon f the circulatory move
ment w obtained through th course
taken by bottl papers Noa. Ill and 116,
with dntta of 1120 and B.SN) miles in itt
and KX days, respectively, at tha rat of
tt and ( mllea a day. No. 122 was cad
loot by th German steamship Paranagua
not far from Cap Flnlsterr, traveled
nrA nata y-i a A a ir call nf
IV Brtdr. War n.-
Work guaraatsvu tea
Park 9 rln 7.ie i.it . X
ALL OK THE PASTERV AT ,
THE IOHTON LUrWCi:
Is Made Bjr a Chef of Reputation;
Always Op a. (
down th Portuguese and west Afi
coasts to about the twentieth parallel, er.d
tiien moved across In a half circle to Oie
Caribbean, landing on one of the "-fs:
Indian Islands, No. Its started ubou.
way between Nova Scotia and Frasce.
The bottl took a circular course, .u i
carried It southeast to Africa, thence v. ?l
ward to a point north of fan Domiuso.
An Interesting record of a long di'.ft- Is
found In th bulletin of the Aretls r,.n'j
Of America, dated January' 30. A buoy
that was driven ashore on Novotr'7
190a, at etoeroi, Denmark, contained a No
tice to the effect that It had Ln 0ft
adrift on July 2t, 1900, near Capo Bathtf.-1,
a point of Canadian territory that Jut,
into th Arctic ocean. New York .,
A BuralBB Sham K
is not to hav Pucklen' Arnica Si!'J"tc
cur burn, sores, pile, outs., wounds' and
ulcer. 26c. for al by JJoaton lujf"co
Th Hlval Saleeuien. .
A couple of salesmen for two rival l:r-
firoof aafe manufacturers chanced to uicc.
n the lobby of a hotel, and eaoh bigiu
praising the particular make ot safe- i'.
he waa representing.
One of thrn aald: "Just to giv yeu M
Illustration of th superiority of our ,
I will tell you of th test w mad r-a,'.,,
W put a living rooster In one of our se. as,
oullt a huge fire around It. and Uf; i. It
this intense heat for twenty-four hour.
w hsn w opened the door of th af tt
rooster stepped out, flapped his wins and
crowed, a llvly a when w put hfid in."
"That la nothing." remarked th aJier
salesman. "Our company mad th aaro
test, putting a Mve roostsr in a aafe and
li-kvlnt 11 In ths firs fitr twentv-fiMir kif.m-a
cut wnsn se opened in saie in rveuir
was dead." J
"Yes." returned the other; "b was ffogen
to death." Judge, . f
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