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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TITSSDAY, JULY 29, 1913.
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Monday, July 28, 1913.
BATS are not as blind as they arts said to bo. Sunday evening at tho
Field club this fact was demonstrated most clearly to almost 100
guests who were having supper at tho club.
Shortly after tho supper, as tho guests were seated In tho porch
dining room, a small, dark object fluttered near tho cellng, and lower and
lower It flew and grow In site. Walters who had been inspired in the after
noon by the playing of the Chicago Giants at the ball park decidod'to try to
raise their own "batting average," and as the dark object flow swifter and
swifter over tho diners' heads each wattor used his tray as a bat, and each
tlmo struck out, as the "curves" wero too much for them.
A young woman who sat at one of the tables and Is a prominent mem
ber of the Humane society, remonstrated because she thought tho object
was a poor, helpless sparrow, and thought it would be cruel to hit It.
On nearor observation It was discovered that tho sparrow was a bat,
and tho young woman had never seen a bat on tho wing before.
The "blind" (?)bat discovered an open door, and now any Flold club
-waiter that bats is "suttlnly not blind."
A partr of campers will leave for Elk
horn In automobiles early Tuesfiay morning-
for a trip of ten day. The same
party camped at Waterloo lait vear find
hope to profit by their experiences and
make this year's camp still mora suc
cessful. They havn (elected a camp alto
near a clear spring, shaded and grassed.
The Elkhortvls deep enough at this point
for Rood swimming and fins fishing. J'r.
Dyrd and Mrs. Caao will chaperons. Sev
eral automoblloa will be left at Blknorn
to carry tho visitors to the camp cite
from the train next Sunday, which will
be visitors' day. The young women have
organized a complete commissary corps.
The party Includes:
II. Hussle, two; A. II. fetters, three;
C. B. Stuht, two; Parrott, three; W.
Butts, two; B. V. Donfurth, two; Albert
Cahn, two; nobert Manley, two; F.
Wearne, two; J. IL Mlthen, two; II. li.
Everetts, four; Charles Mets, five; Dr.
II. Ia Arnold, five; Joseph Blakeley,
three; J. II. Conant, three; Dr. J. P.
Anson, three; U B. Bushman, three;
J. W. Hughes, two. and E. A Htgglhs,
Pleasures Past. '
Mrs. George 11, .McClure was the honor
guest Prlitay afternoon when several of
her friends gave her a surprise party.
The afternoon was spent with gomes and
music. Those present were:
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Lighting rtxturss. Burgsss-Orsnden Oo.
Bars Boot Print xt Now Beacon Press,
rjdelity Storage It Van Co. Doug. 1616.
Clan Oordon Pienlo at Krug park
Saturday, August 2.
The riatlron Omaha's high grade fam
ily hotel, lJth & fit Mary's. Transient rms.
To rathera Bedside William N.
Chambers has gone to Ocean Grove
where his father. William O. Chambers,
Is dangerously sick.
Qrsek X.ad Marry sBwfllh Olrt Oust
Polios, aged 21 years, who was born In
Greece, secured a license to marry llulda
Nlolsen, 22 years old, a native of Sweden.
rined for Biding on Sidewalk: Jack
fiombeck of Florence, who was nrrcsted
Sunday afternoon for riding a motor-
cyclo on the sidewalk, pleaded guilty bo
fore Judge Altstadt and was fined ' and
Peddler Has No license II. Relng, a
peddler charged with working without a
license, was fined $5 and costs In police
court Ills defense was that owing to his
recent arrival In tho city he had been
gtvn no chance to secure one.
Traveling, Ken next Satnrday Post
A, .jo. iiftKit oivlston of the Traveler's
Protective Association of America will
hold a smoker and dinner at tho Paxton
hotel Saturday evonlng nt 8 o'clock. Dur
ing tho course of tho smoker a short busi
ness meeting will be held and plans laid
out by the officers for the remainder of
the ensuing year will be discussed. Con
gratulations will bo extended to Georgo
Ilcrgerow, who was nominated to
membership on the national board of dl.
rectors. Mr. Hogerow has been ono of
the Omaha post's strongest boosters.
At Carter lake Country Club.
There were several members of the
Carter Lake Country club who enter
tained guests at supper Sunday evening.
Dr. J. W. "Williams hod nine guests at
his table; A. Von Dollan. ten; K. P.
Brady, ten; II. R. Primer, six; II. D.
Kelson, two; Robert Grayson, two; P. 15.
Laoml, two; M. Oould. two! C. R.Whtt
lock, two; N. Bourko, two; II. J. Deems,'
two; It E. Fisher, two; B. P. Bassett,
two; 8. Maloney. two; B. II. Lawler,
two; E. G. Young, two; A. Creedon,
three; II. -Gldden, two; T. I Wilcox,
two; C T. Tsard, two; II. E. Isard, two;
A. It Mitchell, two, and W. J. Morand,
1 Seymour lake Country Club.
Many house parties were given last
week by the cottagers at Seymour Lake
Mr. and Mrs. John Urlon have Mr. md
,& Mrs. Albert Johnson as house guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Said entertained
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hubbard pf Chicago
and Mrs. J, K, Knapp and children.
Mr. and Mrs, C. Winter were the week
end guests at Oakhurst with Mr. , and
Mrs. T. I. Combs.
Mr. George Jones made a big catch of
bass and gave a fish dinner Friday for
' their house guests, Mr, and Mrs. II. L.
r Dr. and Mrs. M. I King gave a very
pleasant musical Wedneadaly evening.
" Mrs. L. M. Lord entertained at dinner
Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. J. If.
" Epps and Prof. W. E. Chamt.rs. The
guests later danced at the :lub house.
At Happy Hollow.
Sunday evening J. P. Bloom had nine
' guests at supper; O. A. Itohrbough,
" three; E, O. Hamilton, two; II.' A. Van
Ousen. two; Dr. W. P. Mllroy, eight; P.
If. Garvin, four; 11. V. Cole, three; P. C.
Holllnger, two; II. 8. Byrne, two; J. I
- Adams, three; G. W. Byan, three; Earl
Burket, two; E. W. Arthur, six; J. M,
Keys, ten; N. C. Leary, two; J. I Van
Berg, three; Eugene Duval, four; E. F.
( " Fclsom, two; II. D. Reed, four. Dwlght
Williams, two; P. A. Aldous, four; G, 8,
Chesney, three; Miss Henrietta Kees.
. four; W. G. Silver, four; Dr. V. T.
Manning, four; C. II. Marley, three; J. P.
Prentiss, two; II, Culver, three; T. P.
Peterson, seven; J. M. OHIan. three; R.
M. West, three; P. R, Dufrene, five.
Ingenious Taffy Pull.
' 5 A taffy pull on a dining car Is what
- ,MIa Eunice Holmes of Omaha Instituted
' on her return from Council, Idaho, where
she has just been spending a vacation.
Miss Eunice cannot be Induced to, ssy
much about It, but friends who were
present have told of the party. She has
made tho trip many times and so she
was given a little liberty. This, she ex
ercised In cooking up a big pot of taffy
and treating everyone on the car. There
was taffy Milling and taffy chewing
all the way to Omaha until tooth fillings
rocked and tottered and all on account
of the Ingenious activity of an Omaha
At the Country Club.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Wilbur Blaine had
as their guests Mrs. Gerrlt Fort Miss
Baxter, Mr. Henry Scondrett, Mr. Gerrlt
Port, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Howo had
covers placed for soven; J. T. Btewart,
2nd, Ave; V. B. Caldwell, four; Ralph
Peters, five; Arthur Kecllne, two; C. M.
This evening Mr. A. B. Warren will
entertain twelve guests In honor of Mr.
C. V. Larimer of Wichita.
Mrs, Btewart Wildnian had as her
supper guests Sunday evening at tha
Country club In honor of Mr. C. V. Larl
nser or Wichita, Kan.t
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Redlck,
Colonel and Mrs. Arraamlth, -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Btewart.
Mrs. E. If, Sprague,
Mrs. Kirks of Chicago,
Mlsa Mas Hamilton,
Mr. C. V. Larimer.
Mr Prank T. Hamilton.
Mr. A. is. Warren.
Mr. George Wright
Miss Hasel Crow, who has had a studio
m inieaeo for two years, arrived Bat.
urday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mr.
Joseph Crow. The wedding of Miss Haxel
Crow and Mr. James Martin .Clay Swell
or. OTana Rapids. Mich- win take place
eany in September.
At the Field Club7
There was a lexse attendance at the
concert at the Field elnb Saturday vsn-
Sng. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coad had as
their guests Mrs. Dyer of Berkeley, Cat,
and Mr and Mrs. M. J. Coad. Mr. and
Mr. W. C. Sunderland had as their
guests, Mr. and Mrs. a & Westbrook,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jfosh. Mr. and
Mrs E. T. Swobe, and P. & CowgtlL
Messrs. W. Smith bad eight guests; J,
y. BstUn, five; U Drishaus, three; J,
Return from Auto Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Diets returned
Sunday evening from an enjoyable motor
trip to Minneapolis. Mr, Diets drove
all the way to Minneapolis. They went
via Lake Okobojl and took many aide
trips from Minneapolis to lakes In the
vicinity. They then boarded a steamer
on the Mississippi coming south as far
as Clinton, la., and then motored home.
Mr. Diets, who Is quite a globe trotter,
sayfc the scenery on the Mississippi
equals that of the Rhine and the Nile.
In and Out of the Bee Hire.
Mrs. J. II. Harris, who has spent sev
eral months In New York, Is expected
Mrs. Plalnster and Miss Dorothy Plain
ster of Dubuque, la., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. If. B. Morrill.
Mr. N. H. Loonils Is back from r-n
outing at Dome lake. Mrs. Ljoomls will
return by way of Yellowstone park.
Mr. H. C. AlU.y and Mr. Prank Har-
wood of Kansas City were the guests
for the week end of Mr. G. II. Conant.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Wagner and son
Richard have returned from a monlh'j
stay In DenVer and Grousemont, Cold
Mr. and Mrs, Miles Greenleat leave
tonight for Chicago andtfrom thero they
will make a lake trip, going to Macklnao.
Miss Katherlhe M. Pahs, who has been
visiting In the east since, the close of
school, has returned to Omaha and la
living at the Paxton hotel with her par
ents, Mr, and Mrs, C. P. Fans.
Charles M. Richards left Sunday for
"Put-ln-Bay, Ohio, to attend the Wood
men of the World national encampment.
Mrs. Richards and Miss Virginia
Reynolds accompanied him and will visit
In Detroit and Buffalo before returning
about the middle of August
a son was born Saturday to Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Anthes. Mrs. Anthea was
formerly Miss Ollle Burnett
The Equal Franchise league Is busily
circulating an Initiative petition for a
constitutional amendment for woman suf
frage In Nebraska, A meeting will be
held Wednesday, August 6, nt the homo
of Mrs. Hester Bronson Copper, 1006 North
Twentieth street, South Omaha, nt which
time It Is hoped by the league COO signa
tures will be on the .petitions.
Mrs. Copper Is president of the league.
She has announced that at the meeting
August 6 Mrs. Edward D. Kennoy of Chi
cago will be present to speak ot what
has been accomplished by the suffragists
In Illinois. Bhe has extended an Invita
tion to tho Sons ot Liberty of South
Omaha to attend the meeting. There are
moro than 200 names on tho Inltlatlvo pe
tition at present.
HEFLIN DEFINES NEW
KIND OF SUFFRAGISTS
WASHINGTON. July 28 Headquarters
of the National Woman Suffrage associa
tion was overcome with Indignation to
day when officers and members '.earned
that Representative J. Thomas Ho.'Un of
Alabama, their most bitter opponent In
congress, had fired another broadside
Into their camp last night from the nut
pit of a local church. In addition to
criticising tho "cause" In vigorous terms.
Mr. Hetllu also gave his definition nf
suffragists and their mala suPDortera.
uere it is:
Suffragettes-Unmarried, female fanatics.
ourrrarettars UnhiDDv. ,itarn-,.
Sufragettors-The male suffragette,
feeble minded, suffrotescent rrcatnn.
Mr. Heflln explained today that the
wore "aurrrotescent" was his own coin-
A"r thought ho said he be.
.icu inai wooaen Headed" conM
substituted for it without any loss of
Nickel lmto nonil
sells tickets Chicago to New York and
return, 127.00; Boston and return, 220.09.
Reduced rates to other eastern points.
Also variable routes. Liberal stopovers.
Inquire ot local' agent or write John Y.
Calahan, A. G. P, A., 06 West Adams
FIREWORKS ORDINANCE FILED
Council Turns Down Ryder's Pro
posal for No Fireworks.
MAY ADOPT A SUBSTITUTE
(W Ordinance My Be Ined
Which Will Kllnilnnte the Dsn
Herons Explosive from
Ill P. Marshall of the Marshall Paper
company, In an enthusiastic defense oi
the celebration of the Fourth of July, told
the city commission an attempt was being
made to make the Fourth as quiet as
Decoration day and,' as a dealer In fire
works, he earnestly protested against It
as a "fad like the 8 o'clock closing law."
After hearing his argument the city
commission, with Ryder voting alone.
placed the ordinance prohibiting the sale
of fireworks on tile by a vote of six to
one. Another ordinance will be drafted
or the present ordinance will be amended,
tho commissioners all agreeing that some
sort of "preventive measure" was necessary.
"Why on tho Fourth of July this year
I had to pull all my kids off the streets
to save their lives," said Commissioner
A. C. Kugol.
"But we've quit selling big firecrack
ers," Marshall replied.
. "Have you?" Ryder inquired. "I've got
ono on my desk I'd like you to see," nnd
he started for his office.
"Oh, well, there are violations of the
law," Marshall explained.
Marshall suggested that the council
amend the present ordlnanco to exclude
the more dangerous fireworks. Ryder
wanted all fireworks excluded.
To ICIImlnnte IIlic Crackers.
Tho ordinance which will be drafted
or tho amendment ta tho existing ordl
nanco will not eliminate the less harm
Marshall charged that under the or
dlnanco submitted by Ryder none but
tho "clubs of the rich" could celebrate
tho Fourth Ryder Indignantly denied
this and said Marshall ought to be better
Informod before he made such broad as
sertions. During his Impassioned argument In
favor of the celebration of the Fourth
Marshall quoted from a letter written
by John Adams In 1776 to prove his
point that we ought to celebrate. Ryder
said, In answer, that there was less
foolhardlness then and the big and
dangerous fireworks were not In use.
Marshall said wo ought to return to
the kind of celebration our fathers had.
Ho deplored the spread of "fads and
foolishness" and said an ordinance for
bidding tho sale of fireworks could not
be enforced anyway.
He asked the commission to amend
the present ordinance by Inserting a
clause giving only "responsible dealers"
the right to sell fireworks. Ryder was
opposed to this because It would mean
tho same "kind of discrimination Mar
shall was arguing against"
School Board Will
Ask for Nineteen
and Half-Mill Levy
'At a special meeting ot tho Board ot
Education at'noon Monday It Was decided
to ask for a levy ot 19H mills for school
purposes for tho year of 1313-U. The levy
last year was IS mills. Tha maximum
which may be levied Is 20 mills. The
board will certify the request for this
levy to the city commission, which will
Nineteen and a half mills. It Is believed,
v.111 raise approximately $625,000. With
other receipts from fines, liquor licenses,
Interest on funds and bonds, tuitions and
the state apportionment which runs be
tween $35,000 nnd J40.000, the total receipts
for the general fund of the school dis
trict will be nearly $1,600,000 for next year.
In addition to this the Board of Edu
cation will OBk for an Issue of bonds to
the extent of $1,250,000 to cover the ex
penses Incident to several new building,
purchase of playgrounds, repairs of
schools and Improvements of all prop
erty In the district
SUBSTITUTE JOR GASOLINE
Frank Walters Tells of Growth of
Oil Fields at Casper.
ONE FLOWS T.ttce A QEYSEH
GeVcral Manager Walters of the North
western Is back from a tour of tht
Wyoming lines, having spent a couple ot
days In Casper, a town that has grown
to be tho great oil producing center ot
the west. Mr. Walters says new wells
are being brought In, one of the latest
being a well that has habits similar to
that of old Faithful, a geyser In Yellow
stone National park.
This oil well Is in the Salt creek dis
trict and regularly every day at about t
o'clock It gives forth a rumbling sound
that continues for some five minutes and
then the oil commences to folw. It flows
something like five hours and then stops
Gets Into Trouble
By a curious Irony of fate a piece of
goods stolen from the Dundee Woolen
Mills was fortuitously returned to them
the other day by the man who had bought
It from tho thief.
A. P. Simmons, colored barber, 1313
Dodge street, Is the goat He purchased
tho material from one Harry Waldron
of Des Moines with the understanding
that he was "getting it cheap for rea
sons." Simmons then applied at the Dundee
Woolen Mills to have the suit made up
for htm. The cloth was recognized at
once. Nothing, however was Bald until
the suit was ready for delivery. Surprise
spread all over Simmons when the heavy
burden of truth was unloaded upon him
and besides having to pay $15, the regular
price for the sut, he was also convicted
In police court of having purchased
stolen goods and given an additional One
of $10 and costs.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
ASKS ARREST OF LAD WHO
TAKES CAR FOR JOY RIDE
Denltc Barkalow of the Electric Gar
nee company appeared In police --.ourt
Monday ni'.iri.r and swore aut a
plaint against Jack Relf Schneider In which
he ohriritcd tt- latter with the millennia
destruction c property.
t appears that Reltschnolder. who lias
been In tho employ of the Electric
garage, took It upon himself to use the
flvc-passenger Cadillac touring car be
longing to Attorney Frank Crawford
without securing' the consent of the
owner or consulting his employers, who
care for the machine. The car was found
Monday morning about a mile north of
tho garage with the front wheels dam
aged to the extent of about $35.
WOMAN ARRESTED FOR
SWIMMING WITHOUT SKIRT
CinCAQO. July Sl-Por swlmmlna- In
bloomers without a skirt. Dr. Rosalie M.
iaov was arrested at the Jaskaon park
municipal beach here today and taken
to a police station after she had put on
her street clothes. Dr. Ladova. took of
ber skirt at tha water's edge, placed It
under a stone so It would not blow away
and started to swim. A policeman oaused
a Ufa crew to pursue Dr. Lovado In a
row boat. She protested that she swam
without a skirt as a matter of principle
and would fight to have tha saxes sepa
rated while bathing or eltm to have
women allowed freedom In swimming cos
tumes. She was freed on bail.
and all o Inert.
We give you spices as Nature
gives them to us teeming with
zestful flavor. We import whole,
ripe, fresh -picked spices clean
and grind only the largest and best
of the shipment and hurry them to
you in protective packages.
we always fresh. They stay that
way indefinitely much longer
than ordinary spices which are flat
and lifeless through exposure or age
when you buy them. You'll find
Tone's Spices the most economi
cal and satisfactory you can use.
Bit Grocers Stl! Thtm
Always 10c a Package
TQNE BROS., Des Moines, Iowa
Bfcn-Wrs of thm famous Old GolJtn Corc
.fL Lesson Worfli Learning
Nadhte Face Powder
(la Gtm m Omlf)
Keeps thb Comploxloa Beautiful
Soft and velrtty, and re
mains until washed off.
It b pure, harmless.
Monty back It not en
tirely pleated. Purified
bjr a new proceu. )
Prevents sunburn yid re
turn of dlicoloratloni.
The increasing popular
ity it wonderful. Wktit, FUih, Pini.
EruHittt. 50c. by Toilet Counters or Mall
HATfONAL TOILET tXitrAXT. NKj. Tom
Bold by Brandels Drug DtuX, Ueatou
Drus Co., and others.
Standard Oil Company Una Started
the Krectlon of n Blsx Spirit Mo
tor oil riant at That
as suddenly ns It started. This has con
tinued more than thirty days.
At Casper the Standard Oil company
lias .begun the erection of a J36O.00O spirit
motor oil plant. It will be In operation
this fall. The spirit motor oil Is Intended
to take the placo of gasoline for auto
mobiles and will sell for from 2 to k
cents less per gallon at the present prices
The product Is obtained from the cruds
petroleum and Is secured by pressure.
Casper, according to Mr. Walters, 1
growing rapidly, but has not- taken oa
any of the boom elements.
FINAL PAYMENT FOR SITE OF
NEW HOUSE OF HOPE MADb
Pinal' payment of the purchase prlo,
for tho two and a half acres of ground
upon which the new House ot Hope 1;
to be located was made yesterday bj
Rev. Charles W. Savldge to J. B. Bris.
bin, trustee for the J. M. Parker estatt.
The property Is located on Main an
Scott streets, Florence, and was bough(
for 11.W0, the last Installment amounting
to $S75. Mr. Savldge Is now concentrat,
lng his efforts toward securing the
needed money for the erection of thr
SENT ON TRIAL.
WHY NOT BE PLUMP, GRACEFUL AND HAPPY
We Know tht PLUMPING en 4d trom.Un to thirty pound, to your treltht. Ner mtni
what you hire tried, or how ikeptlul rou mmy be, U you reJ thU adrtrttMrnent, you will admit
tltat no firm on aartb ertr ahowed th.lr own (alth in what ther offered you In a mor convlnc
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LETS a fair trial, and agree that If you find t hem to hare helped you, you will pay us 11,
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are liot aatlttled with the reiulta after taking the PLUMflN-E TADLKTS, you PAY NOTHING.
ONE SINGLE BOX will ihow an lncre. 1 n weight of from two to alz pound., and conTlnce
you of the merit, of PLUMPING u a Fleah-builder and food anlralittor that makes
IllCIt HED CORPUSCLES that will fill the empty fat cells and giro you that sparkle to the
eye, that elasticity of tlx atp, and bloom of youth to faded cheek, which you now lack. A alngle
box which will gladly .end you on trial, will conrtno yu that the fullnem of tha neck and,
plump round shoulders or the well dereloped bust that you haro so often longed for Is now alth
In your reach. w
DOWT WASTE YOUK FOOD. To be thin and still eat heartily. Is a waate of good food. M
tlce the people around you who are plump but net fat, and you will see that they are able to hold
,M,r..lf'!l.V,SL?.'J?S e,t cor on-" much aa those who weigh thirty pounds less.
. y.? ?,AVK WM) TUB REASON". You may not know tha reason. We haTe found It. The
feed that you jest passes away from you without haying glren off Its strength and nourishment,
as It should. Correct that fault, and make that food giro off all ot 1U strength, you will nee4
try!!" " or fst foods, but Just etery dsy wholesome foods and you will gain weight without
MAKE NO MISTAKE. There Is no medicine or drug that can make you fat. You may lire on
V.w t..,,E?i,n !I" th,n' rawny. lank, lean and resemble a walking shadow. Ono
'fi.! TNB TABLETS they will make your food assimilate ana mingle with the fat-
yieiaing pabulum and make It more plentiful, thus enriching the blood, and as this rich red blood
courses through your body like the wster mains in a city, it will leaw Its precious little quota at
,TIT f,t " u nn yourself g nlnlng In weight, end enjoying a degree ot good
! Jl 1 " V n"er '"PPowa It were poslbble for you to enjoy before. With Increasing
weigat cornea a nappy contented state of mind, general Improvement In health, a clear complex
,0"' "4 eyes that sparkle and reflect the rigor and life that la back of them.
. J?i-WAT TP "EAI-IZra THIS HAPPINESS AT OUR EXPENSE. We do net promise
i,t0 tta oKr of m'"ng rou a DOLLAR BOX on trial, but we will convince as
SS? i ii iLS? ! COUIon Jj sn tl each of them a dollar box with the understanding
iwrrnn imiin'Su?4.,NWEIaHT' FEEL BETTER AND MAKE YOUR FOOD DICIEST
BETTER MAKE MORE RICH RED BLOOD IN YOUR SYSTEM. YOU PAY NOTHING.
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