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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 16, 1911.
SOCIETY PLAYS MORE TENNIS
Women ft Happy Hollow to Har
, Tourney of Their Own.
NEW CLCB 'ETTEEESTS WOXES
latfteellasV VKllon from
Arm Catertalaea Claka Ara Still
Ike Host rtpiUr Iroti
,..' 'Ara4 Osaata.
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MONJ3AT Women's Tennis tournament all
tMk at Happy Hollow elub. Children's
matinee dance at Plaid club.
TUESDAY Mr. and Mr. Thomas Fall,
dinner at Happy Hollow for Mr. anil Mr.
Robrt.. 8. Trimble. Children' ma tine
aahce ladles' day and mid-week dinner
and 4ancp at Happy Hollow club. . La
dles' day at .Field club.
WKDNiSeA.Y Dinner and dance at Field
elub. .,. " i .
THURSDAT Daughters ef the Confeder-a-'
iHrlllcr at Mmwoed parh. Ladles'
day at Field club. Vaudeville and mov-ln-.ctrcs
at Hod and Gun club.
tAHIAnXAY Wedding of Miss Ruby
Ellsaix-th Wllllama and Mr. Walter. Wll
11am In Hmko. Colo Week-end dinner
an4'an('at Country, Happy Hollow,
field and Rod and Oun club.
rr "tfe'e second tlm this season tennis
will play a prominent part In the week's
Interest!. , What with the younf women,
of Happy,; Jlotlow elub playing In their
own tennis tournament on the club courts,
and feminine devotees of the racquet game
generally. man! feeing Interest in the men's
olty championship game at the Field club,
this" wm "b a tennis week second In Im
portance only to the women's championship
tourney . held early jn the summer The
women's -tournament will be In the7 morn
ings, the men's In - the afternoons.
IB the:, first women's tennis toMmey
which has ever been, held at Happy Hol
low club, and for which Mr. John F. Flack
has orrd a handsome silver cup to the
winner, The drawing are as follows: Miss
Bernlce Edwards plays "Miss Carol Howard,
Shirley Freeman plays Henrietta McCafiue,
Mable Marr. plays Daisy. Fry, Caroline
Harding plays Eltrise Mills; Marion Towle
plays Marlon Carpenter, Pauline ' N'ason
plays Orace Blabaugh, Nell Carpenter plays
Gladys. Goodman, ...Henrietta . Flack
play'Jennfe Peters, Ilasel Howard plays
Hazel Kvans. Alice, Woodworth plays. dna
Hlllls, Naomi Towla, -pla ,3YU EJvans,
Allc..Ziye plays. Knheiin Wood worth,
Florence Nason. plajra Henrietta -Flack. .
Play Twill begin '-Minday. morning- a t
'clook 4nd the' -eorWilttee" Irf etifrfd are
Mies BeuJah Evans. Miss Henrietta Flack
and Hw Jennlo ; refers ".
Ooodpyi bridge-whlstr 'Auction btldge In
which' trie players hid for- the opportunity
of making the trump Instead of taking
their turns a In . the ordinary game, bids
fair to supercede the bridge whist, which
hut held sway in Omaha for several years.
Although ' auction' 'bridge has been the
popular game In New York and other
aster cities for si 'year or mors, It is
Just. "beginning to be popular here. As yet
there are no fcuctlori bridge, .clubs, but In
the Lnailer parties It hps. taker) the place
of fridge whist fiulte,irM3erally ( .? ;
This stay of Mrs'Xrth'ur' Brand-els' at her
sumfloer home,' AHlrla Lodgre.'near Benson,
has -given auction,. bridge a sudden Jump
to popularity since she has entertained her
frjeade 'at In wime entirely' Uli tms
p-ame. On almost every afternoon since Mrs,
Bran&eia has been lit lOrnaha; a small' num
ber of her friends has motored out to her
fcom and spent the afternoon at the ex
citing game xt auction foridge. ; Ort -Friday
afternoon there 'were two tables of play
ers; 'Air. A, lf.rnlth, Mrs. Charles. Mets,
Mrs. Arthur Meti Mrs. Lee "Jferdman,
Mrs. ..Victm' Jioitwatcx. Mjs.
water pd Mrs. tBrsndU. . ,
C C. Rose-
Miss Lynn Curtis has designed the "pos
ter, which is to be peed, for- the annual
TranniiHslsstp)t.,aolf association tourna
ment, August , 14 to-18.-, The poster pictures
a dainty golfing fr on, the links, the
whole, being done in .buff and black and
Wlva'l niotfiers. .ttfteTS ,; ' efilnlne
friends of the carfejje trnen of Omaha 'are
almost is mter.stea'aa'iae nten themselves
In thWi'faet that the . University club has
arranged for olub rooms. For although the
womeh Xlk-are hatred from membership in
the ctvb, they are to be let in on many of
the good times which the, members of the
entertainment committee are promising.
Decoration of the club rooms will begin
when' the club takes' possession of the
newly-acquired rooms in the Barker ,l)loek
August ;1, and , will be ready tor the all
season, ifhe comm'Utee hue ptpnnra , jiumr
ber of;: poth fprnar and, j(iftrmaj 'affairs,
some afthlc-h. win.:fe4'rjjlj),.'- fiotne BBem
bere of- the club have suggested that on
one ffay" wek' tW? rooms be. gtveri over
to ttoV-ViSnien to us as 'ney choose tot'
lunches, fridge parties on' other entertain
menta., ; - -
81n!e there Are' already'ist) members In the
University" club Its entertainments will be
Items of Importance socially end will add
greatfy jtti the gslety of. the coming society
At the Country Club
Onp of the dinner fertles last evening'
t the elub was given by Mr. F.arl Gannett
Jid iMr. Frank Hamilton Iri -honor of
Madarn il'A'quIn-of , Paris. Covers were
placM fbr Mr. and . Mrs. - J3. H.
Bprfuft-lr. and .ifr. E. : M. Fairfield,
Madana..d'Aquln, Misses . Stella Hamilton,
Dais JPouns, Lynn Curtis, Messrs. F. A.
Brogip-., Major Hale, Frank Hamilton and
Mr. SLockton Heth entertained as his
guests t dinner lost evening at the club:
Mr. andWs. K. T. Swobe.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. Y. tmurh.
Mr. isjj.l Mrs. W. 11. Wheeler,
Mls4 )!a Mae Frown.
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Miss -iJtfith Helen Walker.' entertained
Frldaf afternoon at her home, 1417 North
NlnetafiJilil street. In celebration of her
tth Blsi1day. Tho decorations were
white vand green, and the Afternoon wn
pent Mi fr.m-s. lhoe nr'ent were.
Mlssas : Misses
Marluft aiM (iuan Hall.
Da!syisldy. Ruth Hf ten Walker.
Roland i Fried. Rohert t:ncell.
.lames t'nccll. Oak C. Walker.
A group pf young fulks of the north side
are enpr4ng a week - of camp life near
Waterloo. Neb., under the chaptronate of
Kirs. W. A. Case, 100 Hawthorns arenue
They eict to return tne latter part of
next feelt The campers are:
Mlssesi vi Misses
Waltenylllsenbaugh. Kobert Btrehlow.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Meth of Florence enter-
. talned pumber of their Omaha friends
Thursday- evening in honor of their sister.
Miss LetBerta Meth. who has Just returned
from New "York City, where she has been
taking; e. , course In art. Miss Meth was
formerl$..a e.chrr. . (n. the 8ou,U. .Omha
schools, anJ her many friends In Omaha
and Sit Otwahs are glad to welcome -her
oa bar retura. bhe will take her place
Omaha Guest from New York
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A woman who combines charm of man
ner with unusual mental equipment Is
Mrs. Harry Payne of New York, guest In
Omaha at present of her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns, with whom
she Is spending the month. Mrs. Payne la
One of that Interesting type of the twen
tieth century woman which clings to the
feminine social graces, while giving the
predominance of thought and attention to
"It does mot make a woman less womanly
nor lessen her charm to be well Informed,"
maintains Mrs. Payne, a vivacious bru
nette whom one could not mistake for an
Inhabitant of any less cosmopolitan v'aoe
than New York. . 1
Mrs.- Payne's, forte Is lecture Work, In
which she haa had marked success among
the olub.. women of New York. During the
past oeason she conduoted a class in cur
rent foplcs, to which the wives of states
men, bankers lawyers and men high In
the country's affairs, flocked In order to
learn the Ins and. out, an.d whys and where
fores of politics, economics and other sub
jects, In which their husbands are chiefly
Interested. Mrs. Payne, like her ' cousin,
in the South Omaha schools In the autumn-.
The guests were:
Mr. end Mis. Hoffman,
Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien,
Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard,
Miss Lola Wa'laee, ,
Miss Ahlenc Stoddard,
Mlsa Stella Barrett,
Mr. A. Stoddard,
Mr. H. Perkins.
In celebration of the fifth birthday of
her little daughter, Charlotte, Mrs. Charles
G. McDonald have an enjoyable children's
party Saturday afternoon. , Games were
played and a large birthday cake was en
Joyed. Little - watering pots filled .with
candy were souvenirs given each child
Those present were H!e Mises:
Frances Dougall .
..t A uuourir
. im aim
Georpe Park Dougall Wilbur Austin
of Pittsburg , Alexander Austin
Wlliam Stuhl LeRoy Austin
Robert Hall ' Hai ley Moorhead, J
Addison Wilson Charles Dox
Burton Guckert Irving Plckrel
At Rod and Gun Club
A sacred concert will be given at the
Rod and Gun club this evening. The fol
lowing program has-ben announced;
Soprano Solo The Lord Is My Light....
Mls.i Clara Slefkln.
Duet, Soprano and Alto My Ood My
Father While I Stray
Miss Helen Crowe and Miss Caster.
Baas jolo From the Depths. ..Miss Knett'e
Duet. Soprano nnd Tenor Peace to this
Ml Clara 'lefktn and Mr. Donahey.
Soprano Solo StnsMnir in God's Acre....
Miss Nell Donahue.
Moving pictures on the lake front.
"The Merry Widows are giving a house
party at Camp Smiles at the Rod and Gun
club. , The plrls arrived Thursday to re
main until Sunday. Friday evening they
entertained the "Jolly Bachelors" at a
party and marshmallow roast In the grove.
Mrs. W. S. Sheldon chaperoned the party.
Those present were:
Fdwerd lis sard
At the Field Olub'
Dining with Mr. and Mrs, William Hill
Clarke were. Mr. and Mia Arthur J. Coojey,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moorhead, Mrs.
Charles Marsh, Mr. Warren Cundlff.
Other dinner parties were given by W. A.
8mlth who had four guests; R. W. Breck
enbridge, seven; E. H. Ashton, tour; George
P. Engler. four; J. H. Morion, six; J. H.
MUhen, four;..Fcaak, Uoyd, )evtn;,B. F.
Thomas, , four; E. 11. Conant, four; C. C.
Roeewater, tettrH. Iteddlnger. sir; George
H. Kelly, five; W, D. Nlchulsou, four; K.
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Mr. Thomas J. Kelly, has had many op
portunltles to do literary work, but prefers
to carry on her activities In the lecture
field. Mrs. Payne's courses In French his
tory, which she gives during the winter
club season, are dfcddedly popular and take
up most of her time. She frequently visits
France to gather material for her lectures
and to secure pictures for illustration. She
has now a valuable collection" of 11,000
septa and platinum prints. Last season
she lectured on the chateaux of Touralfie,
the cathedrals of England and France and
the "Seven Splendid Schools of Painting1
from the rennalssance In Italy to Its latest
revival In America Next season she will
give a course of talks on the under cur
rents which Influenced the French court
from the time of Francis I to: the last of
Mrs. Payne is being widely entertained
In Omaha and will leave with Mr. and Mrs.
Burns for Mackinac to visit Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Kountie. After a few weeks' visit
there she will Join her husband, who Is at
present engaged In mechanical engineering
work in Pennsylvania, and her son, Robert
Payne,' who Is with" a camping' party In
Vermont. ' '
B. Carrigan, three; E. P. Manchester, four;
Lee Huff, five; J. D. Foster, six; E. F.
Riley, ten; E. Huberman, four.
The largest dinner party at the Field
club last evening waa given by Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Fetters, who entertained:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vette.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kemper.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Christie.
Mr. and Mrs. W.I L. I'nslcker.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Boyer.
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald.
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fahs.
. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Woodland.
Mrs. Paul Blackburn.
Mrs. R. W. Moody.
Miss Harper of Ottumwa.
Mrs. N. F. Harriman.
At Happy Hollow
Among those dining at Happy Hollow
Saturday night were Lloyd F. Smith, who
had three guests; S. W. Slabaugh, four;
Francis Pollard, six, and W. J. Millard,
seven; Dr. A. B. Somers, four; J. R. Web
ster, six; Mel Uhl, six; Samuel Rees, Jr.,
six; J. F. Flack, ten; G. W. Noble, four;
T. H. Matters, five."
A short program has been arranged for
Tuesday evening at the club, following the
table d'hote dinner. Miss Enid Gault of
Los Angeles, Cal., who Is visiting friends
In Omaha, will give a pianologue and sev
eral whistling solos. Assisting will be
Mrs. Chester Purks, soprano. Following
the program there will bo danonn.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. Fell will give
a dinner to eighteen guests Tuesday ven
Ing, In honor of Mrs. Robert S. Trimble,
who leaves soon to spend .lie summer In
Dining together Saturday evening were.
Mr., and Mrs. William B. Whltch un.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs H. I,. Marlln. -Miss
Miss Peggy Peternen left Thursday to
visit friends in the west. -
Mrs. J. B. Rehm Is convalescing from a
severe attack of peritonitis. - .
Mr. N. F. Harriman has gone to Salt
Lake City to spend a week.
Colonel S. 8. Curtis left Saturday even
ing for Boston and New York.
Mrs. W. J. Broatch is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Donnelly, at Germantown, Pa,
Mia. J. K. liaum nnd !.- s Laum
went to Chto.iKO Sumlav for a fe days
Mr. and Mra C. F. McOrew plan to motor
to the southern part of the state this week, i
Mrs. C. H. Johnson of Colutnbiu. Nel., 1
arrived last week to visit Mrs. Helen Gwin. '
Mrs. W. B. Howard of Dndee Is visiting ,
her parents. Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Russell
Miss Mary Ringwalt goes to Kansas City
today to attend a house party for two
Miss Haset Carpenter left last evening
for Chicago siii etlwr points, to .fee, gone
Captain and Mrs. T. H. Hacker, who were
stationed la Omaha for feeversl years and
P. I., are
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Potter ara expected
home Monday from an extended visit la
Mrs. E. C. McPhane has gone to Charle
voix, Mich., to spend the remainder of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. t. Burton have left for
Denver and Colorado Springs to spend a
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Barker will
leave Monday for a six weeks' fishing trip
Mrs. E. W. Nash is spending the month
of July in Dubuque with her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fradenburg and
daughter, Elisabeth Lees, have returned
.from Lake Okoboji.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tukey and baby
left yesterday for Bailey's ranch in the
riatte Canyon, Colo.
Miss Ethel Evans, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Z. T. Llndsey, went to Den
ver Wednesday for a visit.
Mrs. George A. Hoagland returned Thurs
day from two weeks at Fort Sill with her
daughter, Mrs. David Stone. .
Mr. J.' J. O'Connor and son, Mr. Hugh
O'Connor, have gone to Saratoga, Wyo.,
for a two weeks' fishing trip.
Mrs. Reuben Forbes left lasrV evening to
visit in Chicago. Mr. Forbes will go to
Hot Springs, 8. D., for a short time.
Mrs. Roy Dcugall and three children of
Pittsburg are visiting Mrs. Dougall's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Moorhead.
Misses Anna and Carrie Cook of Bell
vllle. W. Va., have arrived to visit their
cousin, Mr. Nelson U. Pratt, and fnmlly.
Miss Nan Murphy Is visiting Miss Mar-
I guret Dlstad of Sioux City. She will also
visit Lake Okoboji before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnston, who
have been abroad on their wedding trip,
sailed last Sunday on the Cedrlc for New
Mrs. F. N. Conner left Tuesday for New
York and sailed Saturday on the Lap
lander for Germany to be gone till Sep
tember. Miss Naomi McArthur left Friday for
North Platte to attend a house party given
by Miss Grace Payne'.. Before returning she
will visit in Wyoming.
Kev. Dr. William Roscnau of Baltimore
Is the guest of Mr. Albert Heller, for whom
friends will be received Informally Sunday
evening at the Heller home.
Mrs. A. L. Reed and daughters leave to
day for Diamond lake and from there will
motor to the Massachusetts coast, where
Mr. Reed will Join them later.
Miss Margaret McShane and Miss Mary
Furay leave this evening and will take
the trip of the great lakes, stopping in
Duluth, Cleveland and Buffalo.
Mr. Conrad Young left last evening for
Duluth, where he will meet Mr. Will Gard
ner formerly of this city, and they will
have a two weeks' fishing trip.
Mrs. Charles R. Sherman and daughters,
Harriet and Dorothy, went to Los An
geles last week and later will be at Tent
City, near San Diego, till September.
Mrs. Walter Flelshel of Philadelphia,
formerly miss Florence Kohn, . who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and .Mrs.
Bernard Kohn, returns east Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker, jr., who are
on their wedding trip in Colorado, walked
up Pike's peak last week .Mr. and Mrs.
Barker are expected in Omaha this week,
Miss Frances Nash .returned Saturday
morning from an extended . visit in New
York Cty and In Dubuque. . In the latter
place Miss Nash visited ,her, slater, Mrs.
Mrs. Margaret. Crumpacker, 190s Capitol
avenue, has returned, from a two weeks'
stay in New Mexico, where she has been
the guest of Governor Mills and family
at the Executive mansion..
Mr. and Mrs. John , A. McShane and Mr,
ana Mrs. vvmara Hosford have gone to
Mollne, 111., where they will visit Mr. Hos-
ford's father. Mr. and Mrs. McShane are
on their way to Portsmouth, N. H. .
Mr. F. P. Klrkendall-left Tuesday for
recently returned from Manila
now stationed In Boston-1
Tomorrow Morning Starts
This will be without question the greatest week in our business history.
. The values excel anything ever attempted at any previous clearance.
You will find a wonderful collection
this offer includes our entire stock
$19.50, $25.00 -
Pretty Summer Dresses,
Sold from $8.75 to. $15
July Clearance (tj
price, at..1. ..... M
$C5.(30 Dresses July Clearance (POO Cft
price , f. . .v3 w
$50.00 Suits' July Clearance ' QOT AA
$45.00 Dresses July Clearance
$39.50 Dresses July Clearance 4( HC
Cleveland to meet Mrs. KlrkendaM. who
left here In their ear Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Wharton and Burdette Klr
endall, on their way te Portemouth, N. l(.
Mrs. 8. D. Barkalow and Mrs. Casper
Tost will leave Tuesday for Watklna Glen,
N. Y for a month or .ilx weeks' stay.
Miss Caroline Barkalow will go east at
the same time to visit Mlsa Lois Don at
Mr. and Mrs. Isasc Battln of Philadelphia
are visiting Mr. and Mra J. W. Battln for
a few weeks. Mr. Isaac Battln we. for
merly connected with the Omaha Gas com
pany, but has resided In Philadelphia dur
ing the last year.
Miss Hasel Wei rich, who graduated at
De Pau university. Green Castle, lnd , and
who has been taking a six creeks' trip on
the great lakes with her mother, Mrs. T.
H. Welrlch. and some school friends, re
turned home Saturday mornliw.
Captain and Mrs. Leonard Wlldman are
expected In Council Bluffs this week, hav
ing sailed from Manila July 13. Captain
Wlldman haa been ordered to Chattanooga,
Tenn., for duty, but will stop enroute for
a brief visit with Mr. Charles Stewart.
Miss Lorette Dellone, daughter ef Mr.
Frank Dellone, who formerly resided In
Omaha is visiting her sister, Mrs. Flnley,
SOU Pacific street. Miss Dellone has been
giving harp recitals In New York and other
eastern cities and plans to return east In
Miss Emily Spalding of Pittsburg arrived
Friday evening to be the guest of her
cousin. Miss Margaret Spalding, for the
remainder of the summer. Mrs. Emily
Garrard of Pittsburg and Mrs. E. Langsdorf
of Davenport, Neb., arrived Friday morn
ing to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. D. Spalding.
Mrs. J. M. Metcalt and Miss Rose Coff
in an, who have been traveling abroad
tor the last year, sail tor home next Sat
urday on the Rotterdam. Mrs. Metcalf will
stop a few days In New York before com
ing on to Omaha and Miss Coffman will
make a brief visit In Detroit on her way
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Brandels and
family, leave next Saturday for the east.
Mr. and Mrs. Brandeis and Miss Rutn
will be at Douglason Manor, Douglason,
L. I., for the rest of the season. Miss Leola
Brandels goes to Manchester, Mass., where
she will be a guest at Judge Greenbaum's
summer home, and J. L. Ervlne Brandels
goes to the Cahout Camp for boys In Maine
to spend the balance of the summer.
Miss Julia Porter, well known in Ne
braska through the fact that her marked
ability in vocal music attracted the atten
tion of Mme. Lillian Nordlca several years
ago, spent Sunday as the guest of Mrs.
Edward Johnson. She' has just returned
from New York City, where she has spent
the winter studying with Luckstone. She
will spend the summer with her parents In
Shelby, Neb., and return in the fall. Before
leaving New York, Miss Porter was the
guest of Mme. Nordlca at her home, Ards-ley-on-the-Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foley, 2204 California
street, announce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Mattie, to Mr. William J.
Frost of this city. The wedding will take
place In August.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kramer announce the
engagement of their daughter. Miss Mil
dred Kramer, to Mr. J. J. Abrahamson of
New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer will
be at home Sunday afternoon and evening
to their friends.
A wedding of much local Interest is
that of Miss Ruby EMrabeth Williams,
niece of Mr. and Mrs. E, G. McGUton, to
Mr. Walter Earl Williams of Hugo, Colo.,
which will be celebrated next Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock at Miss Williams'
ranch home, "Prairie Lodge." Mrs. Mo
Gllton and Miss Eleanor McGUton have
beep spending several weeks visiting Miss
318-320 South 16th. St.
Stock of Linen
to $25, on sale Monday, at
JULY CLEARANCE PRICE
Taffeta and Messalioe
Petticoats, sold from $3.95
to $6.75 -July
Clearance, at .
of Our Beautiful Dresses at
Williams and Mr. McOllton left FT1da
evening for Colorado to be present at th
wedding and to spend a few weeks In tht
mountains, where he haa a ranch adjolnlns
that of his niece. Mr. Williams and his
bride will take a wedding trip In Colorado
and. will reside In Hugo.
Dr. Rosenau Speaks
of Great Advances
He Notes in Omaha
Former Well Known Rabbi in Charge
of Temple Israel Here to Meet
Omaha has Improved wonderfully since
he left It nineteen years ago, says Dr.
William Rosenau,. former rabbi at Temple
Israel, who Is In the city for a few days'
visit. "Bomeone told me on the train that
If I hadn't been in Omaha for nineteen
years I woulda't recognise It, and It Is al
most true. Omaha has Improved In every
way, but the thing most noticeable to me
Is the Improved business atmosphere and
the Increased noise 'and bustle."
"I was only In Omaha for three years,
but I believe those were the very three
years when it was regaining Its equillbrlm
after the boom days and its location and
environment have enabled It to keep Its
position among western cities. A great
many of the old landmarks are gone, and
' that Is a fine thing, but I am grieved to
note that so many of the personal land
marks have also been removed. Many who
were prominent cltlsens nlnetoen years ago
have passed away."
"I never came hack to a city more
gladly," said Dr. Rosenau. "Here I had
my first pulpit, received my first encour
agement In ministerial work from the late
Edward Roaewater, and it was here that
I found my wife, who before she married
me was Mabel Hellman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Myer Hellman, then well known
Dr. Rosenau Is at present located In Bal
timore, Md., where he la at the head of
one of the city's largest Jewish congrega
tions. "I have stayed In Baltimore," said
Dr. Rosenau, "in the face of flattering
offers from other places because my at
tachment for my congregation, because of
my oonnectlon with John Hopkins univer
sity where X am an associate In the Semi-
tics department and because I have been a
member of the Baltimore School Board and
have been much interested In that work."
The well known divine is enroute from a
summer assembly of Jewish - Chautauqua
societies In Milwaukee, which he has been
attending, to Denver, where he Is to speak
on Tuesday, While In tne city he Is a
guest at the home of A. Heller, 2412 St.
Mary's avenue, and is to talk Sunday morn
ing at the Temple Israel.
SEVEN SICK BABIES ARE
RETURNED HOME AS WELL
Fourteen Now at the Baby Camps
Visitors Are Taboorl Daring?
Taps are to be sounded promptly at T:80
hereafter at the Babies' camp conducted
by the Visiting Nurses' association at
Seventh and Bancroft street
Miss Nan Dorsey, head nurse, says that
the flood of evening visitors to the camp
has proved too. much for the lick babies
and that if ths treatmeht of the nurses Is
to gain the best result the little ones must
be stowed away early In the evening and
not be disturbed. Between 10 a. m.. and
4 p. m. Is the most convenient time for
the nurses and the' babies to receive visi
Seven babies have been sent home In
good condition and there are now fourteen
at the camp.
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DR. F. A. COOK STOPS HERB
Discredited Arctic Ixplorer it on
HE HOPES TO BE VINDICATED
Will Place Ilia Case Mefore te Ames
Iran People In a nook that Is to
V Be Pabllahesl la a
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the discredited
Arctic explorer, less than two years sgo
the Idol of the civilised world. Is Ir, the
city and Is stopping at the llenshaw. "I
am here." ssld Dr. Cook on Saturday, "ba
cause the solution of my problem Is ulU
mately to rest on public sentiment and t
am at present engaged In a Chautauqua
tour,, presenting my case to the people and
showing up the dark side of the great con
troversy." Dr. Cook spent only a short time In
Omaha, coming here from Huron,' S. D.,
where he spoke on Friday "enroute to
Scotts Bluff to give his next addresa
One who saw the erstwhile famous physi
cian on his triumphal lecture tour Just
after the announcement of his discoveries
would Instantly recognise him In the gen
tleman at the llenshaw. Since that time
he has dispensed with the Van Dyke beart
which he formerly wore, but his bther
facial characteristics, his pose, his voloe'
and his nervoue manner are unmistakable.
"This Is my first tour through this por
tion of the country." said Dr. Cook. "On'
my famous speaking trip I had' dates
booked west of the Missouri, but they 'Were
among those canceled when the - contro
versy sprang up. I have found the peo
ple to whom I have talked uniformly
courteous and they have seemed to be
lieve the proof which I have offered therrl."
Asked If he were confident of final vindi
cation from the American public the doo-'
tor hesitated. "It Is too early to venture
a guess," he finally said, "but I am encour
aged, for they wouldn't book me for lec
tures If they weren't at least willing to
give me a fair show. At all the places I
That, of course, Is partly curiosity, but
curiosity would hardly bring out the houses
I have had In the face of an, Increased
admission price." - i
Along with the lecture work Pr. Cook
Is busy doing the final work cm a book,
which is to be Issued within a month. "I
have Included in that book every phase of
mv exDloratlons and life since, which ean
be In the nature of proof." he stated, and
Insisted on taking from his trvellng bag;
the corrected proof sheets and reading por
tions of his argument "My articles In
cal in their nature, but this book Is to 'be
a simple narrative." The new work IS to
do caiitra Bo.y Auiuovrmeni 01 ine oie.
Black Hand Agent
Sent for Money
JEANNETTE, Pa, July U.-Upon the
signal of the "Black Hand" to turn money
over to its agent, George Labarto, a
wholesale fruit merchant, shot and killed
Venel Ceclllano, an Italian barber . here
today,' and Immediately thereafter eight
letters from the Black Hand, demanding
money of Leharto, upon pain of death,
were turned over to the police by Mrs.
LebartO. ' ' '
Ceclllano entered Labarto's store and
stood lighting a stogie, when Lebarto
opened fire with an automatic revolver
from the rear of the establishment. The
lighting of the stogie was the signs! for
Labarto to give Ceclllano 12,000. The signal
was explained to Labarto in a letter he
received after his barns were burned and
several horses destroyed.
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