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THE BEE: 0MA1TA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1913.
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Wednesday, July 30, 1913.
NOVELTY is always the llfo of society leadership , and H seems to havo
waited for the Cudahy s to move from Omaha to Chicago to giro
society there a real touch of novelty. This waB done by taking a
company of the Chicago swell set to a house party at Mackinac,
and taking them thero on an iron freighter Instead of a palatini lake
steamer. How It was done Is told aa follows in a recent Issue of Town
"Edward Cudahy and spouse, who aro noted for the unique e.itertaln
xnonts which they arrange for thoir friends, quite outdid themselves last
week, when they took a party jf friends to Mackinac and opened the homo
of Airs. Michael Cudahy to receive them. The trip was made on an iron
freighter. The party, which numbered about twenty, went to Gary, Ind.,
and there boarded the freighter which had been chartered for them. They
were all loud in asserting that it was far more sport to ride on a freighter
than on & yacht Tho Cudahy home, which Is by all odds tho most beauti
ful in Mackinac, is occupied only by caretakers this season, except when it
' Is thrown open for house parties now and then."
Society Banquets President.
Mr. and Mr. Herman Ohlswager were
guests of honor at a banquet given by
tba Young" People's Society of Chrlitlan
Endeavor of the First Christian church,
Monday evening'. The speaker of the
evening paid high tribute, to the retiring
president under the toasts of "Observa
tion, "Retrospection," "Optimism," "Our
President' and "Good Fellowship." Mr.
Ohlswager has been connected with the
society for seven year, during which
time he has served In various offices, hav
ing been chosen as president on four oc
casions. The members of tne society and
friends regret that Mr. and II ri. Ohli
wager are leaving the city.
A lawn party was given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jewel, (04 North
Twenty-third street, South Omaha, Tues
day.' The evening was spent with muslo
and games. The lawn was beautifully
decorated with electric lighted Japanese
lanterns. Those present wore:
Madge Sturroeh, Lois McNeil,
Ruth Huntley. Edith Finch, N
Utile Steinberg, Ivy Lee Wlllard
Marts, of Muskogee. OU1.
Will Reschke, Dr. Miller,
Alec Oabler, rjeorge ateenlee,
Dr. Chrlsmeyer, Floyd Finch.
Harry Kllber, Marlue Thomsen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Jewel.
At Carter Lake Club.
Mrs. OfOrge Swoboda will entertain
the W. W. club at Carter Lake olub on
Thursday, July 9U Dinner will be servod
at 6 o'clock.
There were several members who en
tertained gueets at dinner at the Carter
Lake Country club Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Newall had as
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Matthews.
Dr. C. II. Newell,
Mr. C, I Newall.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keating enter
tained at dlnnor when they had covers
Mr. and Mrs, Henry Keating, sr.!
Mrs. If. Aleandtr,
Miss Helen Keating,
Miss Eleanor Keating,
Mr. Guy M. Strong had as his gueits:
Miss Ida Kills,
Mima niadva Kill.
Mr. Roy Moore.
Others who entertained guests at dinner
at Carter Lake club Tuesday evening
' were: Dr. and Mrs. Q. D. Bhtpard, who
had four' guests; F. N. Tuttle, three; "W.
1 Bauemvlster, four; Ray Farrell, two:
It. Best) two; O. Nellson, six; J. A. Tree
1 land, eight. -
The children's matinee danoe was well
attended Wednesday afternoon.
At the Field Club.
Mr, and Mrs. O. L. Hart will entertain
at dinner Saturday evening at the Field
club In honor of Miss Catherine Hart and
Mr. Ray Bpen. whose wedding takes
plsvsa August , and for Mr. and Mrs. V.
Il Morgan, who havs just returned from
a five months' tour of the United States
trim coast to coast. Mrs. Morgan was
fcrmerly Miss Helen Hart Seventeen
guests will ra present at the dinner.
' At Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mr, C. W. BJIxt was the week end
,guest of Mr. an J Mrs. T. L. Combs.
Dr. and Mrs. K. C, Abbott spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. John Urlon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Donahey are the
bouse guests ot Dr. and Mrs. M. L. King,
Mrs. T. L. Combs entertained the Neigh,
borhood Four O'clock tea, at her cottage.
i "Oakhurst," Monday afternoon. Twelve
guests were present.
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart will en.
- tertain at dinner this evening at the
Country olub In honor of Mr. C V. Lari
mer of Wichita, guest of Mr. A. B. War
ren. Covers will b placed for twelve.
Mr. Edward Walters will have ten guests
this evening at dinner; Mr. J. T. Stewart.
2d. nine guests; 8". II. Gaines, four, and
Harold Prltchctt, four.
daughter-in-law, Mr, Hal T. Beans, and
her two children. They will remain here
during the balance of tho summer. Mr.
Hal T. Beans, better known aa Prof.
Bean, Is an Omaha boy, now head of
the chemistry department of Columbia
college. He was reared and educated In
Miss Harriet Parrnetee, dnughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Parmelee, was operated
upon for appendicitis at the Methodist
hospital Tuesday morning.
Too Many Babies
at Detention Home;
That the Riverside Detention home
contains too many very young children
and Is being diverted from Its original
use as a temporary home for Incorrigible
children, I tho assertion of Chairman
McDonald of the Board ot County Com
missioner. The result Is, he says, that
the county I forced to pay for the cars
of children who have parents able to
contribute to their support.
Children are sent to the home by order
of the juvenile court Mr. McDonnll
said that of the forty children there
probably half were less than 5 years old.
"This home was not Intondea to do a
child saving Institute," a!d Mr. Mc
Donald. "Many of these bablos should be
placed where private homes would bo
found for them. As It Is they remain
there Indefinitely and the prison stigma
Is attached to them. It Is 'not fair to
them nor 'the county."
Chairman McDonald praised highly the
management of the detention home.
It . expenses, owing to the Increasing
number of Inmates, havo Increased from
X4.T78 in 190$ to 13,000 a year.
Daily Fashion Hint
Young Girl Who Ran
Away and Married
Now Wants Divorce
Miss Marie Papst, aged IS years, of
Council Bluffs, who eloped with Mahlon
Bether. IS years old, Tuesday and was
married by Justlco Brltt In the court
house, repented a few hours after the
wedding and sent for her mother. Now
they want the marriage annulled.
The girl told License Clerk Furay she
was 18 years old, but he refused to grant
a marriage license because she lookod
too young. She then brought her sister,
Mr. Emily Austin. US South Nineteenth
street, Omaha, who corroborated her
statement. Mr. Furay yielded, and they
were married Immediately.
Mrs. Lucy Papst. the girl's mother, said
sho Intended to have the marriage an
nulled and tho girl was willing.
Mr. Earl Haney
evening for Mr. Carl
' Elizabeth McMullen,
Hohwy. Those pres
DOUGLAS COUNTY IS "BROKE
Has Only Few Dollars Left with
Which to Pay Bills.
HAVE TO WAIT FOR NEW LEVY
One Hundred nnd Forty Thousand
Dollar Worth of T1I1U Will He
I'nld Out of Tnx Money In
coming In AtiRunt.
Douglas county Is "broke." It has only
a few dollars In Its general fund and owes
This condition wa reported- to the
Board of County Commissioners by Au
ditor George Anthes, who, In his state
ment, criticized the legislature for con
tinually Increasing the expenses of the
county without providing means for meot
When the board passed th6 pay roll for
the last two weeks amounting to $8,300,
It left tho general fund practically ex
hausted. The auditor's report showed an
nvolluble balance of only 6,400, but Com
missioner Best, by making use of money
due to the county for Insurance for dam-
jage done to the poor farm by the tor.
nado, managed to meet the psv roll.
The county will continue in Us pennr
less condition until money from tho 1913
tax levy Is available, whlcn county of
ficials think will not be before August 13.
If It Is not ready then county employes
will have to wait for their pay. The JH0,
000, which tho county owes for miscel
laneous expense, will be paid at oncel
irom tne next levy.
Adrtlti n,il Ilxttennen.
Mr. Anthes ays In his report that the
following eXDenM hnvn Iimw oraatMl hv
the legislature without provision for rais
ing any money:
Blectlon commissioner's office, the ex
penses of which are not yet known, but
whloh will run Into many thousands of
Juvenile court and probation offleers
which have eost more than l,000 a year
Detention home which posts more than
J3.000 a year.
Purchase price of voting machine which
amounted to $31,000.
Dipsomaniac act, which has cost the
county J1.0W a year for five years.
Law library which has cost more than
16.000 In two years.
Increases In salaries.
Loss of taxes on account of the scav
Increase In Jurors' fees.
Mr. Anthes reported thai revenues from
taxes Increased from 3201.4K In 1901 to
JM48 In 1915, a gain ot S197.012. but that
"continuous legislation" haB made this
amount too small.
The auditor's report was made at the
request of Chairman McDonald of the
board, who Is interest In keeping tht,
expenditure of the county within Its In-come.
l$y LA IIACONTEUSB.
Simple and effective afternoon gown
for a young girl, made of white veil silk,
embroidered by hand, over a cherry box-
platted skirt. The bodice Is an ordinary
plain kimono, blouslng at the waist. The
three-quarter sleeves are loose with a
high band at tho finish, set up under a
broad sailor collar, finished by an ele
gant small bow with long pointed ends.
The waist Is girdled by a cherry draped
taffeta ribbon and fastened In mlddla
front by a "rosetto" ot plaited whlto
and cherry ribbons.
Over the cherry pleated, foundation of
chiffon Is hung a white embroidered
tunic, sightly raised on the middle front
and gathered round the waist.
Billy Sunday Sure
Coming to Omaha
Rev. W. A. (Billy) Sunday, the evange
list, Is coming to Omaha after all.
Ills promise has been definitely secured
by the lnter-church committee sppolnted
to. secure him.
The date of his coming Is not precisely
fixed, nor can It be until later, owing to
the heavy demands upon Mr, Sunday's
time, but It will be some- time between
September 1, 1914, and June 1916.
That much Is said to be decided upon.
Ryder Thinks He
Can Find a Way to
Keep Order on Boat
City Attorney John A. nine, In an
opinion prepared for Police Commissioner
John J. Ryder, holds that the city police
authorities may properly exercise control
of tho steamboat Saturn, plying between
Orrtaha and Florence, as long as It Is
within the city limits, but that this power
does not extend to It It It travels on the
Iowa side ot the stream.
Ryder asked for this opinion In In
structions to Chief of Police Dunn to pre
vent further disorder and riotous conduct
on this boat,
"Of course the city cannot regulate the
conduct ot passengers nor exercise any
control over tho proprietors of the boat
after It has passed beyond tho city
limits," Rlne said, "but the passengers
as wetl as the proprietors are In the
city's power as soon as they land In the
Commissioner Ryder says he will thor
oughly Investigate, and If he finds con
illt.ariB on the Saturn as Immoral as
complaints Indicate, be will find some
way to put It out of business unless the
Persistent Advertslng Is the
and wounds are healed, without danger
of blood poisoning, by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the healing wonder. Only 25c. For
salo by Beaton Drug Co. Advertlsamenr.
Beautify the Complexion
TS TEN DATS
The Unequiltd Btsutlfitr
USED AND ENDORSED
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pjmplcs,
liver spots, etc. Extreme
cases about twenty days.
Rids pores and tissues of impurities.
Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy.
Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. By toilet
counters or mall.
National toilet company, rru, rm.
Sold by Brandels' Drug Dep't, Beaton
Drug Co , and others.
M'MICHAELS, KILLED AT
DENVER, KNOWN IN OMAHA
The death of John F. McMlchaels of
Denver comes a a shock to his msny
friends In Omaha. Mr. McMlchaels and
three friends whllo motoring near Den
ver, crossed Bear Creek. The steering
gear of the automobile broke and the enr
went over tho embankment, throwing his
friends clear of the car, but pinning Mr.
McMlchaels beneath the car, where he
was drowned. Mr. McMlchaels attended
Dartmouth and returned with Mr. Drexel
Slbbernsen last month from college and
.nenl MVA.nl ilav. hnrn . T T i tvn. liAnnr
guest at several ; dinner parties at the
Country club, where he was popular with
the college set.
will go a- long ways with a wise selection of foods
that supply the greatest amount of nutriment with
the least tax upon the digestive organs. The con
sumer's dollar will purchase ninety-two
DAIRYMEN BROUGHT INTO
COURT; LOWERED STANDARD
City Mlllt Inspector VJ II. Ounsolu
filed complaints In police court charging
the following dairymen with selling milk
nnd cream below standard requirements;
Louis Andue, Country Club dairy, Henry
Westro, Keystone Park dairy, M. T. Jen
sen, Cedar Grove Dairy; A Frcderickson,
Fontonelle dairy, and W. Anderson, Ex
O. Peterson of the Pleasant Hill dairy
and B. Comeer of the Melrose Hill dairy
wero each fined J10 and costs In polios
court, while J. Anderson of the Anderson
dairy was fined 10 and costs with sus
Qunsolu attributes the cause of the
violations to tho scarcity ot milk.
each one of which makes a complete nourishing meal
when eaten with milk and a little cream. Contains
- more real nutriment than meat or eggs, is more easily
digested and costs much less.
Toy brca; fast heat the Bis
cuit in the oven a few mo
ments to restore crispness;
then pour milk over It,
adding a little cream ; salt
or sweeten to suit the taste.
It is deliciously nourishing
and wholesome for any
meal with stewed prunes,
baked apples, sliced bana
nas, preserved peaches,
pineapple or other fruits.
At your grocer's.
Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company at Niagara Falls, N. Y.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. Mosher Colpetser returned
Tuesday from . motor trip to Canada.
Mr. A. O. Westbury and Mr. A. J. Bis-
tek ara In New York at the Hotel Mo
Mrs. J. Logan Jones Is making an ex
tended eastern stay and Is now at tho
Hotel Woloott In New York.
Mrs. E. W. KcjIi returned this morning
from Dubuque. Is., whsrs she has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Myers,
Mrs. Stank J. Carey and Miss Eleanors
CahlU have returned from a four weeks'
trip through Colorado, Utah and Tellow-
Miss Ixiuise Nortbrup has returned
after six weeks' travel in the east, where
she visited New York, Pittsburgh and
Washington D. C
Miss Maria 8. Roman, who has bean
teaching pUno lu Kansas City the last
year, returned yesterday to spend a few
week with her parents.
Mr, 3. H. Schmidt and his daughter,
!lss Marie, will leave Thursday evening
Jtor the east, where they will visit In
' New York, Boston, Philadelphia. Wash
ington and Chlcsgo.
Mr. D. T. Beans, who has been visit
ing In K'ew York during tba last four
greeks, has return, accompanied by her
Victrola is playing.
JL w s3
every one whenever
and as often as it's
wanted. Daily demon
strations at all Victor
Various styles of Victors
and Victrolas $10 to $500.
Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, N. J.
Cuts that print
There is often an tho difference In the world between
a. cut thnt shows up well In ho engraver's proof and one
that shows up well when It Is printed. Cuts uiade for a
newspaper have to be made so that they will give good
results under the most adverso conditions. For that rea
oon, a newspaper engraving, plant produces cuts that the
ordinary printer oaa use and get good rasults.
It you hare some engraving to be done, send us the
work and compare both the results and the price with that
ot ordinary engraving plant.
Be Engraving Department
Bee Building, Omaha
DR. BRADBURY DENTIST
tSOO Faraam Bt. 10 Tawaam orru. rtioce lions:. I7ai
Extracting SSe Up .gfc jjP V ljB'Si Missing Ttn aappUeU
tilling OOc I p JsBSnE9SSk ""bout Plate or llriUge.
Brldgowork .. $2.50 t p J?9i work. -Nerve remoTtU
Crows ...... S.BO Up xTjP TTIlJ without pain. Work kusjs
Flat jjujl.., CS.QQ V9 "ULJLjLc: auteeU ten rear
Mahogany or oak
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