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Military Wedding Amopg
Social Events of Month
Great Display of
Beautiful Hew Tailored Suits
HIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY,
Mr. and Mrs. George Fark Moorhead will
Issue Irrrrtatlohe this afternoon for the
marlage of their daughter, Mine Bess Moor
head to Lieutenant Allen Bevlna Reed.
United Btatee navy. Tha wedding will take
place Saturday evening-, Septeember 25. at
I o'oloek, at tha home of tha bride's par
ants, on South Thirty-eighth street Al
though this will ba a small home wedding;,
considerable Interest Is being; shown by
Mlas Moorhead's many friends, especially
M It wilt ba a military wedding, with the
groom and his best man wearing tha uni
forms of tha United "States nary. After a
wedding trip, Lieutenant and Mrs. Reed
will ba at home in San Francisco after
Lieutenant Reed Is at present on leave of
absence, and la spending this week In
Omaha, leaving the first of next week for
Liberty, Mo., near Kansas City.
OUmii Blng for Happy
Oonsles Knew la Omaha sad An-
aeata af Others Are Made.
and Mrs. Claud Dlller. Mr. and Mrs. Mo
Cord, Misses Mae McNamara, Haney, May
Hill and Hasel Kiel.
octal areata af Vote at Whloh
Congenial reaple Meet ana En
joy Tkemselves te tha Utmost.
Tha man-luge of Theresa, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin, to Mr. Charles
Kopald, was celebrated at. the bride's par
ants' residence, 2210 Webster sgtreet, at 4
o'clock Wednesday, byRabbl Cohn. -The
wadding march was played by the bride's
brother and sister, Alex Rubin, violin, and
Rosa Rubin, piano. Mr. Henry Kopald,
brother of tha groom, was best man. Mrs.'
S. 8. Bchlank of Blackwell, Okl., sister
of tha groom, was matron of honor, attired
In white lingerie and carried white roses.
The bride's sister, Jeannette, was maid
of honor, attired In white lingerie over
pink and carried pink -roses. Little Miss
Phyllis Adlsr carried the rmg In a basket
of pink roses. The bride wore an Imported
gown of white baby Irish lace over white
messallne and trimmed with hand-made
silk lace. Bha wore her grandmother's
wedding wreath and carried bride's roses.
Tha ceremony took place In tha -parlor.
which had been elaboately cornered off
With amllax and palms and an Immense
bell of white roses. A reception was held
from to 10 In the evening. A quartet
composed of Misses Elotse and Madge
West, Messrs, Louis Schnauber and Alex
Rubin, violinists, with Mrs. Shadduck-Za-
brlsklo at the piano, furnished mublc.
Tha wadding of Mr. James H. McBhame,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mc
Bhane of this city to Miss Jean Allen,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen of
Jollet, Mont, will take place Wedneaday,
September 15, at Jollet. Mr. McShane haa
bean In bualness in Jollet since leaving
Omaha, about three years ago.
Tha wadding of Miss Hasel D. McCord.
niece of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. McCord,
to Mr. Claud E. Dlller of Marshall town,
la., took place Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, MoCord at Till North
Eighteenth street, tha Rev. H. H. Millard
of Lincoln performing the ceremony. The
rooms had a decoration of pink roses and
ferns. The bride wore a pretty empire
gown of white messallne, with trimming
of iaca and carried a shower of white
rosea. Miss Mae McNamara of Marshall
town, la., was maid of honor. She wore
a white lingerie gown and carried pink
roses. The ceremony was followed by
supper, at which covers were laid for
twenty-two. The table had a trimming of
pink roses. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Blackstono of Craig, Neb.; Rev. and Mrs.
Millard of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. James McClalr, Mr.
and Mrs. Remrael, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Johanson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hiel, Mr.
Dr.- and Mrs. XL C. Henry and Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond V. Cola gave one of tha
largest private dancing parties given this
season last evening at Happy Hollow.
The attractive elub houaa was decorated
with a profusion of sunflowers, the man
tle was banked with blossoms and several
coty corners were also trimmed with these
flowers. Assisting were Mrs. John French
and Mrs. John Flack, who presided at tha
punch bowl under a sunflower canopy. The
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Adams, Dr. and Mrs.
H. L. Burrell, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Bishop,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson, Dr. and Mrs.
R. W. Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. E. I Bradley,
Dr. and Mrs. W. I. Bradbury,. Rev. and'
Mrs.' Dean Beecher, Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Brandt. Mr.
and Mrs. I. P. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Crawley, Dr. Conlln, Mr. ' and Mrs. H. I.
Culver, H. H. Culver, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Challls,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Conklln, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Copley, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Conlng
ham, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Combs. Dr. and
Mrsr W. N. Dorward, Dr. and Mrs. W. C.
Dean, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dyhall. Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Edwards, Mr. ana Mrs. I. A.
Eyler, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Edvarda, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Flack, Mr. and k'.rs. 3. H.
Fonda, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Freeman, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Funkhouser, Mr. nd Mrs.
John French, Dr. H. M. Fltsglbbon, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. O.
P. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Giller,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Green, Dr. Hopkins,
Mrs. I. W. Battln, Mrs. I. A. Bryans, Dr.
and Mrs. W. L. Shearer, Mr. and Mrs. 8.
K. Hanford, Mr. and Mrs. E. EL Huntley,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Huntley, Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Horton, Mr. and Mrs. How
land. Mr. and Mrs. Howes, Mr.
add Mrs. A. D. Hoog, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Hoog, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Judson, Mrs. S.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kennedy, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Kuhns, Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Klpllnger,' Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Kuehne, Dr.
and Mrs. H. B. Lemere, Dr. T. B. Lacey,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mclntyra, Mr. and Mrs.
Jt. B. McConnell, ' Mr. and Mrs. Charlea
Marley. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nelson, Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Nedd, Dr. O'Relley, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Penfold, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Plel, Dr. and Mrs. A- O. Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. L W. Polcar, Dr. Potts, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Platner, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Royce, Dr. and Mrs. Charlea O. Rich, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Richards, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Rowley, Mr. and Mrs. B. Robldonx,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Rlx, Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Smith. Mr. and
Mre. W. A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Bheares, Dr. and Mrs. A. Schalek, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Selby, Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Shrlver, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sherman, Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Talmage. Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Trimble,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thorn, Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Wood. Dr. and Mrs. W, A. Wag
goner, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tetter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Telser, Zackery, Miss Isa
bella French, Miss Henrietta Flack, Miss
mm n v $
OUTLINE OF THE HOUSE GOWN. ,
J. O. Telser, Henry C. Van Gleson, E. A. :
Benson, W. L. 6elby. J. W. Marshell, D.
L. Johnson, J. W. Hamilton, Frank Car
mlchael, Elmer Thomas, Noah Perry, C.
O. Trimble, S. B. Bush, W. S. Curtis and
MIbs Henrietta Reet was hostess at a
delightful luncheon party today at her
home In honor of Miss Linn Carpenter,
who will be one of the September brides.
A dainty color scheme of green and white
was used and all the appointments were
heart shaped. The place cards had a de
sign of orange blossoms. Each guest
brought an original verse containing a good
Utiles' ExcIusItb Furnishings
111 South Sixteenth St.
CsmiNe Ccrset Las
The only perfect corset for
properly wearing the new
After being closed for over one month for the re
building and repairing of our store we have reopened
with a complete new stock of high class wearing
apparel for women and misses. Saturday will be the
first day of our early fall offerings to induce early buy
ing, and it will pay you to be here as you will find a
grand display of the very smartest new fall models
very reasonably priced.
EXCLUSIVE MODELS AT $45.00 AND $39.50 V
These suits are made by high class tailors of the very
finest foreign fabrics. "We have hundreds for your
choosing but hardly two alike. -Specially
priced at $45.00 and $39.50
BEAUTIFUL SUITS AT $35.00 AND $29.75
You will not be able to equal these $35.00 suits anywhere
near this price, as the materials will be scarce and the
tailoring not as perfect when the rush of the season
is on. They are made of the very finest mannish suit
ings, rough Scotch goods and imported broadcloths,
all perfectly tailored; specially priced,
- $35.00 and $29.75
STYLISH SUITS AT $25.00 AND $19.50
'A grand selection of stylish suits to choose from, beau
tifully tailored in the very smartest fall styles -and
made of fine mannish suitings, all wool cheviots, the
new homespuns and fine broadcloths; very specially
priced at $25.00 and $19.50
BEAUTIFUL NEW WALKING SKIRTS
You will find here entirely new models in walking
skirts that are not shown elsewhere; made of im
ported suitings in cheviots or worsteds and of finest
broadcloths; specially priced
at., $7.50, $8.75, $10.00 and $12.50
bars of tha party have spent some time
among tha White and Green mountains
and have visited many watering places
and mountain resorts . during their trip.
weet Pickled ' rears Select
ten pounds of Bartlett pears,
not quite ripe; wipe care
fully, remove the blossom
ends and cook till tender-
but not soft In boiling water. -Remove
the fruit and strain the water, take a
quart of It and add to a quart of the
best vinegar, five pounds of sugar and
one-half cupful of mixed whole cloves,
spice, male and stick cinnamon. Put
on to boll, then add the pears, and
when well scalded remove, drain and
pack Into Jars; boll the syrup until
there remains Just enough to cover
them; pour over and seal at once.
Tdmato Preeervea For these use
seven pounds of tomatoes chopped
fine, four pounds of white sugar, the
Juice of four lemons and tha peel
chopped very fine. Cook In a porce
lain kettle until thick as preserves.
French Cucumber Pickles Fill a
gallon Jar with a layer of sliced small
cucumbers and a half teacupful of
salt. Let them stand three hours,
then drain carefully. Fill the Jar with
alternate layers of the cucumber, two
ounces of chopped onion and a dress
ing made of one-half pint of pure olive
oil, one ounce black mustard ( seed,
one ounce white mustard seed, and
once ounce celery seed. Cover all with
good cider vinegar.
. Apple Jam Weigh two pounda of
peeled and cored applea. Put them
Into a atew pan with about one pint
of cider, and a pound and a half of
sugar, also a little grated ginger. Cook
slowly till the apples are perfectly
soft. Press them through a colander
and place In Jars with screw tops. It
the latter are air-tight this Jam will
keep for a long time.
morning. They were met In New Tork by
Mr. Charles Mets, who will accompany
Mrs. J. M. Guild and children and her
father, Mr. J. A. Hake, have returned to
Omaha from Highlands, Pike Point, Lake
OkoboJI, where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Hake and Miss Hake stopped at Des
Moines to visit friends.
Miss May Mahoney has left for Nebraska
City to spend the winter studying French
In the new Academle lea Dames de Perna,
an order which came from France last year
and opened a convent In the beautiful home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayward.
Miss Ella Mae Brown, who has been
making an automobile trip with Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Jacques of Chicago, Is ex
pected to return homo Saturday. The mam-
For the Future
Events of Interest That Are On
tha Local Social Calendar That
Promise afucb of Pleasure.
In honor of Miss Ethel Lawrla and Mr.
Wilt Guild, whose marriage will take place
October T, Mr. Frank Devalon will enter
tain at dlltner Saturday evening at the
Field club. Covers will be plaoed for ten
Among the larger affairs planned for this
evening will be the dancing party given at
Happy Hollow for the members of the
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. The party Is
to be Informal and will resemble the popu
lar house dances wh.loh the fraternity gives
during the season at their fraternity houses
at college. About seventy-flva guests will
LOBECK CLAIMS BURT AND
MAYOR SAYS HE IS GLAD
Bat as to the Western Part Goleg
for Comptroller, Dnklmm Sara
They're Stringing Htm.
City Comptroller Lobeck, the oounty op
tion candidate for governor, Is not allowing
any grass to grow under his feet and Is
pushing a vigorous campaign. N
Ha has returned from Oakland, Burt
oounty, where he spoke the previous day
and captured the entire oounty, according
to his version, and then he went to Lin
coln to meet a party of friends from the
western part of the state who promise to
deliver Dawes county among others to him.
"I have Burt county right here In my
vest pocket," said the comptroller upon his
return. "They all read The Bee up there
and knew before I spoke that I was a can
didate for governor and I received more
congratulations and wishes for success than
I can count They are all for Lobeck and
county option In Burt county."
Mayor Dahlman says he was glad that
Lobeck had pre-empted Burt oounty, as it
would be a shame for htm to find himself
without any support, but he laughed heart
ily at the Idea that his rival would get any
votes from the western part of the state.
"Why, when the votes come In from out
there he won't kribw ha ever started," said
the mayor. N
The mayor Is of the opinion that soma
"would-be" politicians from the western
part of the state are "stringing" his op
ponent. The Baltimore A Ohio nallroad.
The round trip fares from Chicago to
New Tork City, Atlantic City, Boston and
other eastern destinations during September,-
1809. Return limit thirty days. Stop
overs at Pittsburg, Washington, Baltlmor
and Philadelphia. For Information address
W. A. Preston, T. P. A.. 244 Clark St., or
B. N. Austin, G. P. A., Chicago.
Quick Action for Tour Money Tou pet
that by using Tha Bee advertising columns.
Ruth Beano, Miss Funkhouser, Miss Cun
ningham, Miss Cooly, Miss Dlmmlck, Mr.
and Mrs. I. W. Battln, J. A. Bryson, Dr.
Lind Mrs. W. L. Shearer.
Miss Bertha White rave an informal
luncheon Thursday at her home In honor
of her guest. Mlas MaUlda Vellery of
Boise City, Idaho.
Tha members of tha Round Dosen elub
met Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. L. Salby to reorganise for this
season. It was decided to meet oncee
month Instead of every two weeks. New
officers were elected. Mrs. Charlea Trimble
waa made president and an advisory board
Includes Mrs. E. A. Benson. Mra H. C.
Van Gleson and Mrs. J. O. Telser. This
club was organized nine years ago. Tl.e
members of the club are Mesdames R. C.
Peters. Elisabeth Colfax. W. H. Plndell,
The) aboy symsel on a picture) frame), maana that
tha frama la axcliilva hand made a peerless, un
matchabla product of tha
"Framers Craft Shop"
first Grand Tall Exhibit of 500 hand made (exclu
alva) moulding, rfo w offered at
A. HOSPE CO., 1513 Douclao
wish for tha bride-to-be, and these were
placed in a book finished with designs In
water color. Covers were placed for Misses
Linn Carpenter, Olive Carpenter, Bess
Dumont, Vera Allen, Elisabeth McConnell,
Nell Carpenter, Laura GoeU, Grace Han
cock, Mesdames Arthur D. Smith, Zab
rlskte, Gilbert Carpenter, Samuel Reea and
Where the People Are, When
They Are Going and When
They Expect to Ketura Home.
Miss Carmellta Chase will leave Septem
ber 30 for Bryn Mawr, nhere she will re
sume her studies.
Mrs. Elisabeth Edwards, matron at the
Social Settlement, has gone to Table Rock,
,Neb., for a visit of two weeks.
Mr. W. J. Buchan, who has been the
guest of Captain and Mrs. F. E. Buchan,
left today for her home In Kansas City.
Mra. F. F. Eastman, wife of Colonel
Eastman, who has been spending three
months on the Pacific coast, returned last
Mr. Don Kaley Is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mr. J. L. Kaley, on his return
from the SeattU, exposition and Pacific
Mra Clement Chase, who was called to
California by the death of her brother,
Wllkie Edwards, Is expected heme the
latter part of the week.
Rev. T. J. Mackay left" Boston Monday
for New York an4 Philadelphia. He will
visit for a few days In the latter city with
his son Odin and will reach Omaha Sat
urday. Mra Charles Mela, Miss Gertrude Mets
and Mime Poray, who have been In Europe
for soma Uiua, U1 return borne FrUay
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