Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 01, 1912, MAGAZINE, Image 12
.J 2-B THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 11912. ;0M AHAKS -6REA1TRAYELERS j - EetMninTotristi Tells of -Meeting f J frettow Towiismep Everywhere ; EILEEi "jATO 15 v4TO .MAEEY ' Engagement , U Announced s,o Mr. J Walter B. Robert Yonag . . , V' ' Woman Hake Sad Mts : ' i take on. Board Shpt 1 Social ttlendar. HONDAT-Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Sllvar, dinner for ilrr- Ragna Llnne of Cm ? cftgof matnea dancs at' Field 'Club. -TUESDAY Mme. Raifna Gnne, son re-cital-at Happy Hol.ow club; E. O. Ham- ilton. dinner at Happy Hollow; ladies' " day at Fie d club; laaies' day, mMines dance and dinner and evening dance at Happy Hallow.- ' , ,' WEDNESDAY Miss Caroline Barkalow Informal reception tor Miss Don 'of Troy N. Y.; Mm. Walter G. Sihrfer, luncheon for Mme. . Llnne; dinner ana dance at Field club. ' THURSDAY ladies' day at Field and Happy Hollow clubs; Mrs. M. M. Rob ertson, luncheon at Happy Hollow. v FRIDAY Dinner and dance at Seymour Lake Country -t-lub; MiefcHelen Ingwer sen and Miss Ruth F-tzseerald, dance at Field club; opening ol Pram Park Clubhouse. - . 6ATUROAY Dinner and dance at Coun. irv.i Field, Happy Hollow and. Rod and tjiin lubs. ' ' ' ' i ' f . V ' The first of the autumn engagements ' and one which will be of Interest to- a large number of society people, Is that at Miss Helen de Koven Davis and Mr. (Walter B. Robert, wh'cfi Is announced today by Miss Davis parepts, Mr. and hir: F. 'H." Davis. BCth MW Davis ana ;Mr. Roberts are popular members Of tlu Country club set and-theii sngagsment has' been : auspetted for !. some; time;' by their friends. . " . 4 ,.'',.'. i I '. Miss 'Pavls1 Is a daughter of" Omaha, hef '! grandparents, the ; late bishop and' Mrs. Clarkson, having been old settlers nere. She Is a member of Trlntiy cathedral,; ft traduats of Brownell Hall, a member 'nf th Junior n rid ire club, has been a imald of honor at several Ak-Sar-Bcn 'coronation balls and has traveled ex tensively abroad. Mr. Roberts Is a member of the Coun jtry club and Racquet club and Is In the (live stock commirslon 'business with his I father, I E. Roberts, in South Omaha. He attended Andover college where he Imade a name for himself on the foot ball field. He also acquired, the nickname ol "DuHty" which has stuck ever since. The date for the wedding has not beet! 'set. ' ' Many Attractive Guests. ., Several charming visitors are in the city and In their honor many social af 'falrs are being "given. Madam Ragna Llnne of Chicago, who will give a song recital at Happy Hollow Tuesday' even ting, accompanied by Mrs. Walter" O, 'silver, arrived Saturday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0. Silver and was one of the guests at a dinner given Iby Mr, and Mrs. Robert Dempster last evening at Happy Hollow. Sunday even ling, Mr and Mrs. James, 8tevens of Chicago, who are slaying at the Paxton, wtlf rttertaln tf supper in honor of Madam Llnne. Monday evening-Mrs; Si lver will give a dinner and Wednesday a iluneheon In honor of he? - distinguished 'guest, k Miss Mary Cleaver of Chicago, who is Wedded on Saturday . t rue. vr.-,. 7m AA WW J w- - MslUrtjj fifr slstM-D.JCi Buell(j will return to ,ner pome mis- weeiy. j Mrs. Sue LeCann'of 'OalveSton;' tex., ils the guest of Mrs. Ellen Coad Jensen. 'Mrs. J. C. KlnslwUnd Mrs.W. J. Coad leach entertained In honor of Mrs. La Cann and several Informal, affairs are planned for the future. Miss Lois Don of Troy, N. Y., arrived ".yesterday "to i visit" Miss Caroline Barka 'low. Miss Don was visited here two jyears ago at this time. In her honor Miss IBarkalow will give a reception .Wednes Iday evening. Mrs. J. M. Metcalf will have her cousin, tMiss Amia Tlbbita of Lincoln, as her ,guest this week. Miss Tlbbltts Is on her 'way to Porto Rico, where ahe is to have ;charge of the training schools for teach ers In the University there. She will (Fall from New York on the "Carolina" 'September It. .:'' " ; v i"- : . Miss Heth Valll,vwho has been, visiting '1n Beatrice' returned Saturday ' to be jthi guest of 'Mrs.', MarthaMieVB -or a (few days before leaving for the. east tor Iber senior year at vassar. ..i . '"j.- Miss Marlon Day of Sioux tJCity Is (spending a f(jw 'days visiting Miss Mona Cowell, a classmate, at -Yasser. I) Omalans Home from Abroad. l, The Omahan who has Just returned (from travelifig jn the, old,, country Is n the .limelight at present. -With ' souvenirs,' (pictures and tatee.lof fortdgn placesand jjeopse, tne returned giooe-trotter cer- jtainly baa the floor.' Not the least Interi esting news 'that ' the travelers have . for Khose who staved at home Is of the numr be hi' pthet ' Dma&ant whom the! met abroad. At one time' during the summer there were eleven' Omaha pemple staying . the -Victoria' ; hotel In London. They .were Dr, and, Mrs. J. . K. Summers and feons, Stuart and Jack; Mr. and Mrs. w. J. 'B'irgess,' T9K 'and Mrs'. "Harry Cum tmings, Sir, and;Mre. T,'.-J..Mahany and jlf. A.' Hall.;' And at .th Hotel sCecll In CWndon at the stmt' time . wero'Mr. and Mrs, Wilson Austin., , ... , ,. v0b, of . the travelers said that every iplact she went other Omahans hi da bee ij Rhere. Just beior ' hep. V Mles." Frances .AVeisells cays that she met Dr. and Mrs, (Nelson Mercer and Mrs. Bertha Offutt and son Casper Offutt In London.' Mr? land Mrs. Towle met Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Button n Germany, Switzerland ,an4 Trancs. and Mr. and.Mrs. W. J, Burgess at' Lucerne'. Dr. and Mrs. B. B." Davis met Mr. and , Mrs. Beespn In Paris and .were leaving Fans Just-as Hen. J. K. ;. 5Iil!ard and Miss Jessie Millard arrived 1 there. , , Mr. and Mrs. Davis and son. Herbert, p.nd Mr. and Mrs. Towle and daughters: Naomi, and Marlon, landed on the Kals lerin a week ago yesterday, the latter rej fturnlng directly to Omaha, getting here ! Jfuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Davis arrived , jrhurtdsy. Mrs. Davis says that the part ! pf thetrip she enjoyed most was motor ing through the English villages and (through the Black forest In Germany. She Eays that they were In England the first art of July, when the wether was fine land '.ieach' new scene was like a Turner (landscape. The Dayises went first to f fenglsnd,' then to Paris, down the Rhine, - (through the Black forest, to Lucerne, (back to the German cities and took ship (from Hamburg. , ; ' The Towles were gone ten weeks, metor- i tag through the lake country of England (and In Scotland, then visiting Belgium, tHolland, Germany, , , Switzerland and (France. Mre. Towle says that she liked Hc-llsndspec!ayy welt "It. is so full of i 'peace and content" said Mrs. Towle. . Mrs. S. 6. Caldwell, who, with her sis fter, Miss Frances Wessells, returned yes Iterday, also enjoyed Holland more than X i -A ' 1 1 pi 'i i. , :- U V I TrTJB42MGZV3 ' VI H ' September 1, . 1903. Mr. Charles Mont gomery and M1S3 Moils Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Euclid. Martin, celebrated their marriage very quietly at the bride's home. September 1,. Mot-Mr. William D, Reed and Mits Louise Smith, dauBhtet. of Mrs.. AVatson B. Smith,, splemnlzed . their mar. riage at the First Baptist church. ' . ; any other country because of Its quaint- nets. They were In Holland some time, visiting the cities and taking canal trips. Miss WosAeils says that Paris and Brus sels appealed to her more than any other home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. I A. J. Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Mahoney landed In Boston.. Wednesday and were expected home yesterday. , Mr. and, Mrs. A, J. Beeson landed Wednesday on the Oceanic n New York and will be here tomorrow or the next day. .. ... , ; Mls Llda Wlliwn, Miss Minnie Wilson and, Miss Mary Woodbrldge were to land Friday In Quebec and are expected home Tuesday. Rev. T. J. Mackay landed Fri day In New York on the Cedrlo, but will stop In several cities enroute. ', ,,' Mrs. George; Palmer' and" children and Mlrs Ethel Morse and Mrs. H. C. Van Gleson sailed Saturday. Bishop A. L. Williams sails today on the Lorentia and will go to Richard's Landing, Ontario, to meet Mrs. Williams, from where they will return. J"V r .."., " Miss Portia Sweet will sail next Tues day. Mr. and Mrs.-Gottlieb Bton, Mi's Louisa Stors, Miss Olga Store and Miss Hens will sail next Thursday. , Dr. and Mrs. J.' E. Summers and son! will land next week. Urn' Bertha Offutt and 'Casper and Virginia Offutt will sail September 15. Mr. arid trt.. F., L. Haller and Miss Maif ''Mu'fesnndff'fwlll ; return the last, of . thlslnqnth.;; ' t Among those wlio; will Wot return until next month are5 r..an,4 l4rs. - Harry Cummlngs, Mrs '; John tJIudion', Mrs. Leonora Diets Nelson, Mr.and:Mrs. A. I. Root, Mrs. P. (J.Moriarty Judge and Mrs. W. A. Redlck,'Mrsii barren Rogers and Miss Mildred Rogers will not return until November. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Bridges will remain In Vienna-through the winter. Mrs. John Bourke and daughters have returned from Europe,'. but are remaining east for a few weeks. Travelers Returning Home, " Mrs. C. J. Smyth and family arrived Thursday from Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hoyt have returned from their vacation at Spirit Lake. Miss Nash Is visiting at Atlanta, Ga and will be home about September 10. Mrs. E M. Fairfield arrived - home Wednesday 'from ilafborV Point,, Mich. Mrs. R. J. Pinning and Miss Dinning returned yesterday from Charlevoix, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. F Gurley are home from Chelsea, N. J., and in Massachu setts. ' i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burns and children ara expected next Tuesday from West hampton, L. I. . - " v ! " , Miss Irene Rosewater, who has been touring the Pacific coast for the - last three months, returned today. Mr. and Mrs, John A. McSUane and Dr. and, Mrs. Allison returned Friday from two weeks at Colorado Springs. Mr. Arthur' ; Keellne is back ' from Mackinac, where he has been tne 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jaques. Mrs. Kee llno will remain there a little longer., ; Mlrts Mary Rlngwalt returned yesterday from Kansas City, where she has been visiting Miss Ethel "-Waddelt. .- The latter will come toVOrhaha" for a vtslt a little later.,, , ,;'.';, ' ., k Mrs. Walter Page , and, son, Richard, and Miss Nannie Page, who have been at Lake Cayuga, N. , Yl; arid " recently , In Baltimore and other eastern Cities, are expected home the early part of ,'thl week,' ' ".' '. ' . --' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kountie, who with Mr, and Mrs. Ward Burgess and Mr.and Mrs. John T. Stewart, 2d, mo tored east from Cleveland, have been at Wlanno, Mass,, this week and leave there today "to , return to Mackinac -by train. Mr,: and Mrs', Burgess remain at Wlanno fthmcth antt Mrs. Stewart' returns to iMacklnaQ for the month of September. air. ptewan wyi De in omana.tnis week. tt. E. Haselton, - who has been homer steading In western Nebraska, la expected to return to Oroaha iaoon.- ' . Mrs., Andrew Rosewater. returned yes- terday. from Lake Genevia. Mrs? H. Gates has returned from art outing at A Lake Genevia, - ' ." Pr. and Mrs.' J; A.J Jenkins and daugh ter," Mariam, of St Mary's Avenue Con gregational church, have returned from their European trip. Mr. and 4 Mrs, Jen- klna enjoyed several weeks of sight-see Ing in the British Isles, . and also ex citing experiences among the Icebergs off the coast of Laborador. Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Brengte and daugh ter have ben spending the past two weeks at their' summer home, Halcyon Lodge, at Valley',, Neb. "Mrs. Franklin C. Mitchell was .with them there, as was also Miss Jennie Sheahan, who will re turn Monday.. ' ' Albert Edholm Is home from his vaca tion at Deer Wood, Minn. ' Ross Hammond and family are home from their vacation In the, woods of Min nesota. Mr. Hammond stopped In Omaha September ..!. l?W.-Mr. David J.- Traill and Miss Mabel M. Emerson',, daughter of Mrs. S. A. Emerson, succumbed ; to Cupid's maneuvers. The ceremony was celebrated ' at the bride's home' in. the presence of immediate relatives' and a' few inUmate friends.' The ilnterlor of ;. the house was most becomingly, decerated with palms, cut ' flowers and Scotch thistle blossoms, which gave an. artistic and pleasing effect and " undoubtedly added : to the composure of the bride groom, who Is proud of bonnle Scotland as "his 'birthplace. . ' .V-- Engagement Announced while, his family wenLon to their borne at Fremont. . H. P. Neeley has returned from Rainy Lake. Canada, where he enjoyed twenty eight days of camp life, fishing , and hunting. . " Miss Belle Ryan and Mrs. Orletta" 8. Chittenden returned Saturday from Estes park, Colorado, where they spent a month. Out-oMown Wedding. Cards haVe been received for the mar- r'age of Miss Mary Zollinger, of Canton, Ohio, to Mr. Odin Mackay, son of the Kev. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mackay of this city on Tuesday, September 10. Mrs. Mackay and daughter Eleanor, will leave next Thursday for. Canton to attend the wedding and Dr. Mackay, who has Just returned from abroad, will meet them there and will officiate at his son's mar riage. The, ceremony will ba performed at the bride's home and about two hun dred and fifty guests will be present. Mr. Reed of Chicago will act as best man for Mr. Mackay,- whose' home Is now Chicago. -' ; - ' ' Parsons-Sage Wedding. A quiet wedding .was celebrated Satur day at ; 1 O'oiock when Miss Adah Sage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Sage, be came the bride .of Mr. Wiley W. Parsons. The marriage lines -were read by Rev. Milton B. Williams at the. home Of the bride's parents at 3319 Charles street There. weer no attendants and only rel atives were present, numbering about twelve,. v ' .'. '..". Mr. and' $drs'.', Parsons 1 left Saturday evening for an extensive western wedding trip to Colorado and will be at home on their return after October 15 at 3411 Charles street. ' Both were students at the Oniaha High school. Guest in Omaha Wedding Anouncements. The wedding of Miss Annette Lady and Mr, Howard Farrell will take-place Oc tober 13 at . high noon at St. Cecilia's church. Miss Ruth McDonald will be maid of honor and the bridesmaids will ba Misses Irene Farrell and Anne Rob ertson, .Tlje' matrons of fconor will be Mrs. Earl Powell of Chloasro' and Mr Hardin . Bean. Mr. Ray Farreft will be best man. .'" ' y , vf. . .' - Omaha Girl Hakes Sad Mistake. , An Omaha young woman, who arrived home yesterday morning after spending the summer in Europe, had " a number of interesting experiences, some of which .were ' very amusing, especially to her companion and relatives who were trav ellng with her. When the party boarded the . special train from London, which took them to port, each traveler;- was given . a -' "passenger list"-of the people who would be on board. This bright young American girl Immediately found the name of Lord Congleton on the list. "I think I : will make a hit with the English'; nobleman," she announced to her friends. Upon ; boarding the steamer, the young woman went directly to the writing room, and, seeing a well groomed young nun with a yachting cap and a navy blue uni form, decider! he must be the library steward, So she walked up, to him and tald , "I want two two-cent stamps, please-"' ' ' The young man simply glared at her, so she hastened away to the deck, where some one Informed her that she had been talking to the English lord. The uniform was his yachting costume. The story soon spread among the first class passengers and the young woman' was teased considerably. Alas, the young :: - WW . f i v Il f . f i I - " 1 'K w ; i THERE Are Other Reasons besides location to account for the crowds at our soda fountains VBf TKB SODA I TBS fjODOASXS, 16th. and Dodge Street. ' THE OWX'S WEST, - ietb and Harney Streets. SESBMAS & McCONlTXiXi DBXJO COSTPAITT. vTfldmas J. Kelly xf Ms. Kelly studio :", residence; 209 S. 3Sth Avotue. r Season opens Monday,", Sep tenlber Second. l . : Vdr ' Terms, AppolntmeBte, Cite,, r none narnejr JJ MISS HELEN. DAVIS.VV;. Englishman ; was not as forgiving as heroes are wont to 'be, nnd his opinion of American girls diminished for a' time. At the Field Club. 7 " -; M ss Marjorle Howland entertained at dinner last : evening at the club; Cards were placed for:'. '. '' Misses Katherine Krdg. Louise Bedwell. Mary Megeath. Marjorie Foote. Messrs. John Loomls. Lake Deuel. Roy McCullough. Brandon Howell. Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. M guests: '. Misses ',. Ruth Dowllng. Claire Hammer. ' - Messrs Emerson , Gllmore. Lloyd Mattspn. ' Mr. ana mrs. Misses Dorothy Dale. Adelyn Wood. Helen Epenetar. Marjorie Howlaild. Messrs.--. . - J John Bowen." f Richard Payne. -Robert Byrnjs. vl Frank Latenser.- -R. H. Howland. Powling had 'aa their: Misses , . Henrietta Gllmore. Alva Hammer. ' - Messrs. - l. Byers,, Harlan,. Ia, Charles Hall. M. Dowling. ' served, and 'those present were: : Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. A. Richardson, Mrs. E,v, Richardson, Mrs.- Eilbert, Mrs Rose, Mrs. Belknap,;-Mrs."' Macall,' Mrs. Lunberg, .Mrs. Buck, ''Mrs. Cole,"st Jones, Miss Richardson, Miss E. Fenaii, Miss C.-Fenan. X-i-'V , IX Chesapeake Cafe 1508-10 Howard St. Tabic ' d'ldte Sunday Dinner From iliSO to 8 P. M. '.50C ' 1 " Mrs. George Wright will entertain In honor of her daughter Mliabeth's fif teenth birthday at the "Omaha Field club Monday afternoon from 2 uhtll 5 o'clock. She will be assisted by Mesdimes Am brose, Sevier, Williams, '-'THomaa,'' Ben jamin, ' ; Norria, George, " ' Watterman, : Crdbke. ' The' guests'-will' '' "Misses- "' '"' "Misses-' - Grthchen Allen, Mildred t Wests, t , Lenore llen, . . Marjorie uavers, Katherine Ostehberg.Clara McAdams, 'Mary Msrdis, 'Many 'McAdams, . Doorthy Thorne, -. -Jacy: Allen, UllzaDetn. uiurtevanujois waierman, Katherine SturtevaritGladys Crooke, Katherine Sanders, ' Gertrude Mattson, Seymour Lake Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. fJohn;Urtoir entertained at dinner last evenlngvat the ' club, when their guests- were:' :-r-,' . ''::.; ,'Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cole: ' ': : Mr. and Mrs Ed Hamilton. V Mr. and Mrs. John'Pulver. t ,-.- - f Dr. and Mrs. J. Bishop. .. . ian'd t0ut. of .the Bee Hive. ' PaUl Gallagher, and Fraik Keogh were at Okobojl last week., 1 ' c, 1 ';'.'. -laty John- Utt,; Jr..: of 'vLW Angel 1 in-', the city visiting his 'father, Mr. John"; uti,, . .' ': - ''''x'A K.r, Hume and eona, Cart and Robert, V- . ' x I'. . n '.'.. (Continued oh; Page Eight.) MISS BtANCSESOSllSOII fliiciiEiiFi siiisfi Residence - Studio, ; 3838 - Harney St. ; v SUNDAY BEE KOT COMPLETE WITHOUT COLORED COMIO SUPPLEMENT '? .Evelyn Hortonr Alice Kamey, Virginia Halplne, Helen Alleman, Pearl Kllngbell, Ruby Klingbell, , Edith Howe, Elizabeth Wright W. M. Glller had Doorthy Challls, Belle Summers, Martha Gyger, Dorothy Solomon, Maud Cochran, Ruth McCoy, . (. -Dorothy Dahlman, Mildred Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. their , guests. '. ... Mr. and Mrs. Lee Huff. ' ' " '' Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A.Siford. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Hlggins. . - ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siddles, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs, A.. J. Vlerling had their guests at .dinner last evening: , Mr, and Mrs. L. IL Korty v Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blanchard. ' Mrs. Mattle Hughes of Los Angeles. as Informal Affairs. . Miss Anna Neble entertained informally at a dancing party last evening at her home. About forty guests were present. .. Mr. Harry Lundberg oC Stoux City, la , was the guest of a number of his friends at the Gayety theater Saturday afternoon, among whom were Miss Elizabeth--Rase. Miss Grace Slater - and, Mr. and Mrs.. Claude W. Shay. A pleasant afternoon was spent ' ' . ' ' ' Mrs. D. C. Buck gave a-linen, shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Richard son, who have Just returned from their wedding trip. 'The -afternoon was spent In games and social chat Luncheon was ' ; Of Rochester;'. T, ., and EAL0 SHOP, Silver Workers Of Chicago, hi. Moved to Omaha Of course this cannot be accomplished, but If you -will look ia our window any time before Monday noon, you will see a dis- -play valued at 111,000, of the products of these two shops. - We are the exclusive Omaha agents for all the products of these two wonderful institutions, that are known from coast tv coast for the executing of the highest priced, most wonderfully: artistic, band wrought products in these lines of goods the world ' has ever 'known. v You will certainly miss a rare opportunity if you do not de vote a few moments Monday morning to having Mr. Fay, the' shop representative, explain something of this work. ' Our window will be filled with, these articles '. day Sunday and up to Monday noon. A; :rM0SPE CO, ; , ,r . , FKAMERS' CRAFT SHOP 1513-15 DOUGLAS STREET OMAHA, NEB." If you don't get "Framer's, Craft Shop" frames on your picture you are, not, getting the best. . : v A' ' .. 1 it i .. t .i;.-. w- - y. aw .-vy '.-.-,-.-;-,v-- .- -.v-x '...vv.vx np'SBSSSfsia - M -4t v.! 4;-rr l-e?: (h -i T " - - " ttK v (1 -a mSSmBY CLZAVEB oF Chicago . & - Announcement of Automobile Equipment for Funerals The firm of Brailey & Dorrance, undertakers, recogni2- , added to their equipment a new auto-funeral car of the latest. ing the demand of the public for more comfortable and effi- is uto-funeralW to be put in service t- . . " in the middle west, and this firm is now prepared to furnish cient services in the conducting of funerals, and determined ; to its patrons complete automobile-funerals, including strictly that their patrons shall -have the best service possible, have high grade limousine cars for funeral cortege. ... 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