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THE BEE: OMAHA, TTESDAY, JULY 22, 1913.
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Mn. vujujuuiu uuubo iucs uuo ucuu biyuii m uuuur ui uuiaiiuuB Catg burglar-proof vault. MS Farnam St.
Tlsltlng In the cant. Miss Irene Coad, MIbb Beatrice Coad and! BhcjUfter la rtaed Mamie Cohen,
Miss Esther Byrne, all of whom attended Trinity college, in charred with shoplifting- from the Bran
Washington, D. 0., have been entertained by school friends In stores, was fined io and costs In
Xow York. police court.
The Mlssoa Coad will leave Amterdam, N. Y.. Tuesday and go to St I Z?wxTF!
Louis for a Bhort Tlslt with their Bister, Mrs. E. V. Krug, and return home c. Wed&o from Maude B. Wadg-e.
Sunday. i Cruelty and desertion were charged.
Besides attending house parties, Miss Esther Byrne was & guest at tho sakcx Back from Vacation judge
homo of Mrs. FiUgerald, In Troy, N. Y., mother of Mr. William Fibtgorald, "en a, Bftkr' city corporation counsel,
. , ' , . A. . . . , , ' has returned from his vacation of two
her fiance. Mlsa Bryne's many friends regret that her .marriage this fall wcekB whlch waa pent at Lak6 Okooojl.
will take her to another city to reside. I am-idpn Affairs Oomnittao Adjourns
Miss Lucllo Bacon, who has been attending a series of house parties Tho municipal affair committee of the
In Louisville and other southern cities since Juno, returned hlme Sunday I Commercial club has adjourned until Sep-
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountze hare returned from an enjoyable visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Hoxle Clark at their country place, Villa Belvldorc, N. Y.
Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. Charles E. Squires, will leave this evening to
spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. lirlnlnger and Mlsa
iry BrinWer and Mrs. B. A. McCall
left Grand Island this morning In their
motor and are expected to arrive In
Omaha Wednesday to be guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Carrlcan for the week
end. A dinner wilt be given In their
honor Saturday evening at the Field
Miss Mary Burkley, Miss Carolyn
Congdoo, Mr. Herbert French and Mr.
Ware Hall motored to Nebraska City
for the week end and were guests at
WUdwood, the country home of Mr.
Hall's grandmother. Mrs. Ware.
Judge and Mrs. Ben Baker returned
Sunday from a three weeks' motor trip
At Carter Lake.
The residents of Carter Lake Country
club will entertain at a "family dinner"
for Mr. and Mrs. dhConwd .. .. ......
this evening, when covers wllt.be laid for:
Mr, and Mrs. O. K. Aulabaugh.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hartman.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Pettlarew.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dundy.
Mr. and Mrs. t. II. Christie. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Jaycox.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jaeger,
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. George Llndler.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dtckman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jewell,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bloom.
Mr, and Mrs. Albert Bloom.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Van Cott
Mr. and Mrs. William flchwarlck.
Mr. and Mrs. It N. Burgess.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hart.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers.
Mr. and Mrs. F. U Keller.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Hanford.
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Thompson.
Miss Georgia Potter.
Many dinner parties were given Satur
day evening at Carter Lake Country
Mr. C. H. Benjamin bad aa his dinner
guests Miss Maud Dixon, Mies Iluth
Coplldge and Mr. Frederick Dixon.
Mr. Ben Mars ton entertained Miss Sin
clair of Kearney and Mrs, Qlldlne of
Others who had guests were Mr. F. P.
Mason, who entertained two guests: IX,
It, Lowler, three; C. B. Horton, four:
Nw A. Miller, tosi Roy Docherty, four:
Walter M. Wharton, two; Kenneth Hatch,
twp: J. Itefregler, two; J. B, Flckes, fours
Ward Gordon, two.
At Seymour lake Country Club.
There were many supper parties at
Seymour Lake Sunday evening and
among those who had guests were Dr. C
W. Pollard, who had four guests; C
Parsons, two; Robert Parks, three; A.
B. Dugdale, six; George Jones, eight; T.
L. Combs, two; H. C. Townsend, Two;
G, E. Clark, six; Michael Culkln. two;
George Frances, three; G. L. McDonald,
tour; O. H. Brewer, four; George Wright,
two; J. H. Epps, two; A. H. Fry, two.
At Happy Hollow.
Mr. Horry 8. Byrne had as his guests
at the club last evening Miss Helen Mat
ters and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Mat
With Dr .and Mrs. W. F. Mllroy were
Mr. and Mrs. Mel XJhl jr.
Others who entertained guests at sup
per were Judge Howard Kennedy, who
had ten guests: G. E, Mlckel, five; It. C
Carpenter, four; F. H. Brown, four; W.
3T. Hayes, two: Kenneth Norton, two;
Harold Thompson, two; M. F. Engle
mon, two; Edward Getten, four; A. B.
MoConnell, two; Kenneth Reed, two;
Morton IUioades, two; C E. Baker, two;
J. L. Reed, twp; E. M. Edgerly, two; El
B. Williams, two; E. E. Klmberly. two;
A. B. Howell, two; Albert Slbbernsen,
two; E. F, Folsom, two; II. G. LoomU,
seven; B. M. Robertson, six; W. K
Drummond, three; E. T. Manning, four;
Joseph Polcar, two; E. T. Rector, two;
J. G. Brownie, two; W. B. Whltehorn,
two, ami A. L Crelgh. two.
Dr. and Mrs. A. F, Jonas will have ten
guests at dinner Tuesday.
Mf. W. 8. Wright wUl have over laid
for twenty guests at dinner Tuesday. (
Mrs. A. F. Gates was given a surprise
party at her home Saturday evening by
her friends In honor of ber birthday an
nlversary. The evening was spent At
music and games. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gllmore,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Benlsh,
Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gates,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gates,
Mrs. U J. Wlthrow,
Mrs. M. Barlow,
Mrs. I. A. Bray,
Mrs. J. Eaton.
Miss Maty Fowler.
Pleasures Past, .
Mrs. R. Morrell entertained at luncheon
at the Henshaw In honor of Miss Ger
trude E. Wrasse of Tekamah.
Miss Mary Johnson entertained at a
lawn party Friday evening. The guests
Mr. Frank Lynch and WW Deona
Haws of Waahtnjton, Neb., wtru mar
ried at the home ot the, bride's. parents
it A o'clock Friday afternoon by Rev.
Emmet Mitchell of Herman. About
seventy irnetU were present. Many
beautiful and valuable presents were re
vived. ' t
About forty tennis players had luncheon
the slub today. Tueaday evening
there will be a dinner jmJ rooker at
Tuesday, July 21, 1913.
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the club for the vUltlng tennis men.
Mr. Nicholson hod three guests at
supper Sunday evening at the club; Dr.
Sachs, three; C. J. Clausen, four; John
Fetters, five; E. M. Slater, two; J. 1L
Omaha Union of W. 0. T. U.
The Omaha, union of the Woman's
Christian Temperance union will hold its
annual buslnens meeting at the assembly
room of the Young Woman's Christian
association Wednesday, August 13. There
will be no meetings of the society held
until this one in August
At the Country Clnb.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. Davis had as
their guests at supper Sunday evening
at the club: '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B, Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tukey.
Mrs. W. D. Hosford.
Others at tho club Sunday evening
were Gcrrltt Fort, Jr., who hard cbverr
placed for five, 'Mark J. Coad, four;
Clifford W. Wolfe, fo.ur; E. A, Wlckham
of Council Bluffs, ton; J. B. Itahm, four;
Miss Lsulso Dinning, .two; Gerald Whar
ton, five; Harry Doorly, four; H. IV
Bcandrett, two; W, O. Preston, three; A.
V. Klnsler, two.
Mr. Frank U Hatteroth and Miss Ma
tilda Halanek, daughter of Joseph Halo
sek, were limited In marriage Thursday
afternoon by Rev. T. C Webster, and left
on the evening train for a tour In the
east They will be at home at 12 Bur
dette after August 15.
In nnfl Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. E. R. Humj left this morning for
a visit of a week with relatives Jn Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. R. U Huntley plan to
leave Tuesday to spend a week In Estes
Mrs. Ralph W. Moody and children
have returned to their home In Chicago
after a visit of several weeks, here.
Miss Gertrude E. Wrasse returned from
Tekamah and will leave Monday for a
visit to points In Nebraska and. then east
Miss Edna Edcnbum of Bloomlngton,
III, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Hart at their cottage at Carter
lake, left .Sunday for her home.
Mr. Randall It nrowrf has b6en motor
ing in England with Dr. and Mrs. Nelson
Mercer, who formerly resided hefe. and
sails for New York, this weak.
Mr. and Mrs. Cart Ruther of Stanton,
Neb., who have been the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Huberman for several,
weeks, returned home today. They were
accompanied by Miss Dorothy Huber
man, who will visit in Stanton until Sep-
Miss Margaret Blackwell of Muscatine
la., arrived this afternoon to visit her
grandmothor, Madame Martha Blackwell
ana her uncle, Mr. Warren Blackwell,
for three weeks. Miss Blackwell grad
uated in Juno from National Pork semi-
nary, in Washington, D, C.
Tho Glad llrtnd
Is seen when liver Inaction, and bowel
stoppage fllos before Dr. Klnir'a New
Life. Pills, the easy regulators, a cents.
For sale by Beaton, Drug Co. Advertisement
Make it a practice to visit your dentist twice a year
and depend upon the habitual night and morning use of
kmlt m eatery Ig, Dtor 9f 0Mml Smtnry.
Smooth, srklew, keeps teeth wbke and Bound by
cUaneiag. Prevent tha formation of tartar and the
batej c decay. , Dr. Lycas is ar.
Beeta early to ttMa7arch&eea to neh regularly
plgatan4 aaomrnc rncVafr at mlgU. TbeywiHtw
pared much fa tare dteewstort aad pceaible iu hearth.
' dMSbt It homM
AB YOU RBADINQ DR. LYON'S
UAOAXIMX ADVERTISEMENTS t
BEIEF CITY NEWS
Electrlo Tans nurirenH-aranden Co.
Kara Soot Frlnt xt Now Doacon Pre",
ridellty Btorara k Tan Co. Doug. IBIS.
The riatlron Omaha's high grade fam
ily hotel, ITIli St St Mary's. Transient rma,
Wln yon take a racatlon leave your
-- V( Ill wimitn IJfU c wpvon
tember 1 Charter questions will be taken
Oonoert In Xoontse lark George
Green's band will give a concert In'
Kountxe park Thursday evening, which
will be the first concert of Its kind In
the park slnso the old exposition days.
Green has arranged for a light operatic
XmproTsmant Olnb to JHset Fontetielle
Park Improvement club will meet Tues
day night at Forty-fifth and Bedford
streets to discuss the gas franchise ordi
nance, extension of street car lines and
the new home rule charter President
Harry Hackett of the club will throw the
dlscuRslon of each question open to the
In the Slrore Court Marie Muni
dorf has sued for divorce from Frank
Muhldorf. Sho charges extreme cruelty.
Alice M. Dougherty has filled a petition
for a divorce from Thomas B. Dough
erty. Edna Bock alleges that her hus
band, Arthur P. Bock, has so neglected
to support her that she and her daughter
have been dependent upon the charity of
relatives for support She has filed a pe
tition for dlvorco.
Karris Bass Brewery Irwin J, Harris.
in a suit against the Store Brewing com
pany, asks damages In the sum of $10,800
for injuries he sustained and for damages
to his automobile, when a large motor
truck loaded with cases of beer came
out of the gate at, the brewery and ran
into his automobile. He alleges that his
machine was smashed and that he sus
tained Injuries to his hand, which forced
him to neglect his work for a consider
Buss for Sslaysd Shipment William
J. Welch has sued the Burlington rail
road for W - "'ii-is la the
i mount of his loss due to the delav
the company in . .,rm, nurses and
mules for him from Bertrand. Neb., to
South Omaha. He claims that due to the
negltgenca of the company the stock did
not got on the market when it should
have been there and. that due to this
fact they were shrunken and stale ap
pearing, which hurt their sale.
Ask for Znorsassd Tay A delegation
of carpenters from the carpenter's union
called on Dr. E. Holovotchlner, president
of the Board of Education, and received
assurance that tha Uoard of Education
would favorably consider the request of
tho carpenters for n 5 cent per hour in
crease of wages, making the union wage
K cents an hour. "I'm speaking only
for tho men wo employ," said Holovot
chlner, "and since this request Is not ex
tortionate, I believe It is only right to
POSTS AT GALVESTON
GALVESTON, July 21. Secretary of
War Garrison and his party today in
spected tho military reservation and tho
permanent camp of the Fifth brigade at
Fort Crockett. They also Inspected the
camps of the Fourth and Sixth brigades
of tho oecond army division at Texas
WOODS BROTHERS BOUND
OVER TO DISTRICT COURT
Bert and John Woods. 1331 North
Twenty-first street were bound over to
the district court by Judge Altstadt on
bonds placed at $1,000 each. Both men
are charged with assault with Intent to
admired by all, is the result of
good health. And one of the vital
foundations of good health is good
RECORD GRAINDAY FOR CITY
More Wheat, Corn and Oats Handled
Than in Any Previous Bun.
OVER FOUR HUNDRED CARLOADS
All This Year's Crops Excepting
Corn nnd Brings Increased
Prices Over Saturday- en
the Iiocnl Radians;?.
For a day In July the grain receipts on
the Omaha Grain exchange Monday were
the heaviest in the history of Omaha as
a grain market The recelDts realty In
cluded the grain that came in Saturday
and Sunday, but the inspection was made
Monday's grain receipts totalled up 283
cars of wheat IOC cars of corn and twen-ty-threo
cars ot oats. The corn was of
last year's crop, but the wheat apd oats
were Just In from the fields. Consider
able of tho stuff went onto the open
market, but the bulk was consigned direct
to the elevator men.
Prices were firm wheat being H to U
Cent up from Saturday's close and corn
and oats cent
SLEEPS ON SIDING AND
FOOT ISCUT0FFBY CAR
Barney Mao Cormack. 6 vra.m m.
Seventh and Nicholas streets, was run
over by a freight car at the Parson &
Kennedy Creamery company siding,
Eleventh and Nicholas streets, necessi
tating the amputation of his right foot.
Mao cormack- dropped to sleep and
was awakened by tho nolle of the cars
us uiey possea over mm.
Police Surrons Foltz and Harris hnA
the Injured man removed to St JoacDh'a
hospital, where he was given medical at
tention. Nadine Face Powder
( Cram Sni Onfj )
Keeps tho Complexion Beautiful
Soft and velvety, and re
mains until washed oft.
It is pure, hwmleu.
Money back if not en
tirely pleased. Purified
by a new process. ,
Prevents sunburn and re
turn of discoloration
The increasing popular
ity it wonderful. Whitt, Fltih, PM.
Bruntttt. 50c. by Toilet Counters or Mall
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY PmrU. Tm
Bold by Brandels' Drug Dep't, Beaton
Drug Co , and others.
ON YOUR sYsBND?
Hotter bo sure of your Trunk or
Suit Ca8e beforo you trust It too
far. We havo one of the largest
stocks of basgaso in tho slate.
And each trunk or bag is welt
above the common run. If you are
not sure o'f your Judgment, this
is a safe shop to trade in,
"We Like Repair Jobs.
FUELING & STEINLE
1803 Famam St.
This question doubtless baa suggested itself to
you: "Why should the Gas Company try to con
vince tho people that they should approve the fran
chise unless it is unusually valuable to the
Foregoing advertisements havo answered the
question when it was explained that a gas company
must continously seek and invest new capital year
after year in order to serve tho public adequately and
efficiently; further, that new capital cannot bo ob
tained for necessary enlargements and extensions
with only a few years remaining of the existing
There is a vast difference between an ordinary
mercantile and manufacturing business ' and a gas
Tho gas company is subject to regulation be
cause it is conducted as a monopoly, whereas tho
merchant or manufacturer is not subject to regu
lation. Tho gas company delivers its product
UNDER THE STREETS, while tho merchant
delivers his UPON the streets. The firBt named
turns his capital over several times a year, while a
Bervice company takes in an amount equal to its
capital investment only once in four to six years,
and-is compelled to invest more and more capital
each year to meet publio requirements.
The fact that a gas company is compelled to lay
pipes' under the streets of a city, and thereby has to
have a 'franchise, is no fault of the corporation.
SERVICE CANNOT BE RENDERED OTHER
WISE. Using the streets for gas mains is putting tho
thoroughfares to broader publio ubo, FOR THE
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
Tho fact that a gas company is a "necessary
monopoly" to nso Senator LaFollette's words ia
Special Events of Rare Interest Will Be Featured Tuesday
YOU CAN ACTUALLY SAVE MONEY ON SCORES OP ITEMS IN OUR
Semi-Annual Clearing Sale
New lotg will be -featured every day tills week. Prices are made that will bo sure to clear away the, goods
at once. These Tuesday specials will not last longer than Tuesday night. They arc aU onorday- attractions:
Handkerchiefs at 5c
Womon'n and men's sizes with
plain white or colored borders;
some are mercerized, worth up
Embroideries at 3c
Wide cambric up to 9 Indies,
many desirable patterns, worth
to 10c a yard.
Women's Vests 7c
Good quality of cotton and
lisle undorvesta for women In
regular and extra sizes, worth
up to 20c.
Silk Boot Hose 15c
Very good grade of pure thread
silk boot hosiery; also fine mcr
cerzed lisle women's hose, reg
ularly eolls everywhere at 2 60
a pair. Clearing Bale special
Tuesday, at, pair 15
Cotton Goods at 15c
Satin and Silk Foulards from
the best makers, pretty, soft
fabrics for summer frocks, In
splendid combinations of color
ings, 27 lnchos wide and an
-actual 36c a yard value at 15
Sh rting at 19c Yd.
A clearing sale of all our
regular 35c, 45o and 65c
quality madras, white
grounds with all kinds col
ored stripes, excellent for
men's wear, women's tub
dresses, shirt waists, etc.,
There is a
of the Streets
OMAHA QAS COMPANY
75 c EM BROIDERIES 29
A wonderful lot of very fine 27
inch Ruffled Baby Flouncings,
fine batiste waist frontings with
Irish crochet lace Insertion effects, also
i f-mcn hwiss and batiste flouncings,
Deauurui patterns, many
worth easily up to 75c
a yard, bargain square,
at, per yard ,
Choice of Any Woman's fl (TA
King Tailored war 1
in our entire stock. .
These fine linen Wnlsta never sold
for loss than $1.08 and up to 85 each.
$3 Bed Spreads, $2.25
Just 95 extra large size Marseilles pat
torn crochet bed spread,- made of hard
twisted yarns In beautiful designs, cut
I UCB1SHB, CUl
MHumo uuu Bvuuopeu an
around; regular $3.00
spread, on main floor,
25c & 35c Cotton Goads 12k
Crepes, fiatinei, bilk Stripe Vo.Ic
Beautiful crepee, white grounds, with
small flowers In natural tints scat
tered over entire surface, natural
linen and other shades of fine ratine,
silk stripe voiles in all tho most
wanted plain colorings, Most de
sirable wash fabrics for
dressy summer wear,
25c and 35c values
basement, at, yard
your advertising in The Bee.
Bee in almost every home.
no fault of its own. It is a fundamental of the busi
ness that one gas company, with one set of managers,
manufacturing establishments and system of mains,
can render bettor and cheaper service to a single
community than two companies, each with only half
of the business, with twice the investment and twice
the fixed charges.
President Wilson, in addressing the students, of
the University of California prior to his election,
"Public service corporations are, in a very inter
esting sense, natural monopolies. They generally
use the pieces of land and the roads and highways'
which are most convenient for their purpose, and
most direct for effecting the communication which
they wish to effect; and it is perfectly obvious -that
if other companies are allowed to compete with them
there is a very wasteful duplication in outlay: and
equipment, so that competition generally results, in
an eventual combination of the competing compan
ies, and the necessity to charge a price on what they
supply that will pay the interest on twice as great
an investment as was really necessary for one
The franchise which will be voted upon August'
19th, ib NOT exclusive and will not? prevent OmtJha
from granting a similar franchise to others, should
it see fit to do so. i
The facts that the Gas Company is a necessary
monopoly, and that it has to use the Btreets, do not
confer unusual earning power.
The proposed franchise in itself is valueless, but
it may be possible for PROGRESSIVE, ECONOMIC
OAL and EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT, operating
under its provisions, to earn a small rate of return
on the money actually invested in the gas property;
Laces at 5c Yard
German torchons, Imitation
cluny and some real linen cluny
laces and insertions, worth up
to 15c a yard.
Embroideries 9c Yd,
Corset coverings and floun
cings, 18 inches wide of fine
cambric and nainsook, splendid
patterns, made to aelLup to 20c
a yard, at, yard (fat
Wash floods at 19c
27-Inch Silk and Cotton Jac
quards, English Voiles, mercer- ,
lzed Ratine and Chiffon Lisas,
Foulard Silks, 49c
Cheney Bros.,' spotproof Fou
lards, In many desirable de
signs, 75c values.
In Drag Dept. Big
Pompeian Olive Oil, $1 size 63o
Listerine, 91 size bottle . .O80
Oranglno, 50c size for ... ,24c
Sloan's Liniment, BOc size 2-1 o
Wool or Ivory Soap, O bars 18o
Yard Wide Check
Nainsook at 5c
Mad to sell at 15c a yard,
quite a variety to select
from, on bargain square in
And monv Afh. - i i
clearing sale bargains in tho,
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