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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1913)
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Thursday, July 31, 1913.
Dr. Frcderiok Cook Believes it Will
Some Say Be Cultivated,
EXPLORATION IS HELPFUL
Whllr Discovery of I'nle In Not of
Intrinsic Worth It linn (Ircnllr
Assisted Pclmtlst tn
HB rag weed and tho goldon rod will shortly send many Omahans to
other climates. Tho fear of hay fvcr keeps many from oven
motoring In tho country, and those suffering with this malady
usually leave beforo AucuHt 10 and remain away until frost
Ml sb Hortense Clark was one of Uio first to leave and js spending sev-l ",on n alow practical
"f CUVl II. A 4a V WW lj iiiij
"Future exploration In the polar
erai WeeKS ai L.1kKO UKODOjl. polar exolorer.. In Omaha todav between
MrB. George Thummoll and son, Georgo, are both hay fever sufferers trains enrouto to Nebrn.k city.-where
and left la July for their summer homo on l; Saulto 8to. Marie. he la scheduled for a chauuuqua, lecture.
Mrs. William Hill Clarke plans to leave August 8. but she ha, not he land to within WQ" mile. of tho
decided definitely whether she will go to Estes Park or go east and take frtht ""'J Xn"1 a.lMJIt
the trip of the St. Lawrence. north land will bo supporting a largo
Mrs1. J. B. 8ummors and son, 8tunrt, plan to go to Atlantic City for population."
. wr. Cook said that, althouKh tho public
Beterai weens. ..,, !,, i i,n I,a1 never understood It quite bo, the
Mrs. Pierre Colon Morlarty usually spends the summer either in tho t)),ar eipedllon, been ,nane'wlth
AVlBConsln woods or at the seashore. practical view in mind -and that the
Misa Ella Mao Brown will go to Teepee Lodge, near Bhcrldan, Wyo. actual finding of tho polo was a ace
Mrs. Georgo Barkor usually goes to Colorado, and this year Mr. and ""w tnivttr.
Mr. Barker and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. B. Martin and family will bG at Chero- Tho , 0t''Ao Bnyona.
kee Park", Colo. 11 has simply been a means to an end
Mrs. E. J. McVann will go to tho Black. Hills nnd will vibii menus id win ua. we nave had that us nn ob-
jovwvn i'uiih iu worn towara. xno prac
tical results that will conic from futtiro
will be at homo In -De Molncs after explorations will bo along tho line of bet-
Keptember 1. ' "r "noersianmng and forecasting
weather conditions by better understand-
At Carter Lake Country Club. n the conditions that exist at and in
The Thuraday Kensington club of Car- vicinity of the pole. Wo In the
tor Lako Country club had luncheon to- unuea mates cannot understand weather
day at the cafe when covers were laid conditions here without knowing some-
for twenty-threo guests. J'1'" but, Canada. Canada cannot
Among thoso who will entertain at understand Its weather conditions with-
dinner this evening are Mr. and Mrs. out knowing aomethlng of tho conditions
C, H T. lllpen, who will have covers laid farther north, and we wilt never havo
for six gueata, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. the best knowledge of weather conditions
Cattln. who will atao have six guests. u"ul. we understand conditions In tho
The Women's Swimming club of Carter rctlo region scientifically."
i.i.. uA tnnrliiwin tnrethnr Wednesday. Proitndlvr nf Pooil.
". I rr, . . --
explorer is entnusiastlo over the
Luncheon for Visitor at Loyal.
Mrs. George Van Winkle of Cheycnno,
Wyo., wife of Hcv. Van Winkle, who wa
n, former paator of the South Omaha
IlaptUt church, was the honor guest at
n luncheon given at the Loyal hotel to
day by many friends of South Omaha,
Rwv. and Mrs. Von Winkle now make
their home In Cheyenne and Mrs. Van
Winkle ha been visiting In South Omaha
several days. The committee In cnarge
cf tho affair la Mrs. E. 11. Towl. Mrs. A
n. Laid law and Mrs. W. B. Meyers.- Miss
M. Miller of the Wisconsin State Normal
school gave a reading. Those present when covers were laid for:
George Van Winkle, W. H, Wyman.
O. Sloane. ,
31. O. Walker?
W. 13. Meyers,
w. n. mn. .
SU O. llaaktns,
J. D. Jones,
1C. II. Towl,
Nltchle. , .
II. K. Burket.
A. LUX, . .
B. F. Brady,
B. I. Lwler.
d. U Chrlaty,
W. J. Cattln,
II. U Underwood.
C. II. Iaard,
IS. B. Myers.
C. H. lllpen,
Pi Beta Phi Luncheon.
Membars of PI Beta Phi sorority had
luncheon together at Happy Hollow.
Thosn present were:
Anita Cry .
of Macedonia. la,:
or Maceaonla, la.;
Delia May uyers
of Council Bluffs,
Noelle Mlatrot of
of Council Bluffs,
OTaainor Anniversary Celebration.
Mr. and Mra. A. F. Moore entertained Mrs. D. M. Kdgerley.
wrtilr anniversary. The evening was LaVoy-Fidecoat Wedding.
Trie weaaing or aiiss juanua fiaccoai
and Mr. Frank LaVoy was celcbratcA
Wednesday afternoon at the church of
upent In games and dancing. Those pres-
Mr. UnO. Mrs. Prank Humpert.
Mr. and Mrs. William Neckbach.
Mr. and Mrx. I J. Ptattl.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wens.
Mr. and Mra. WUllam BheeU.
Mr. and Mra, W. J. Humpert.
Mr. and lira. Henry Humpert.
Mr. and Mrs. Con Breen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moore.
DeUa Moore, Kleanor Straaser,
Ida Cananaugh. Irene Donuvon.
Marie Jorconeon. Anna Bloomqulst,
white satin and carried Novelty Contests for
Clan Gordon Picnic
t. T. Donavon,
Bt. Mary Magdalen. Rev. B
The bride wore
brldo's roses nnd a wreath of roses was
worn In hor heir. Miss Johanna Koeper
was maid of honor and woro blue meai
line and carried an arm bouquet of pink
roics. Mr. Bay Coady was beat man.
The bride gave her attendant a gold
Mr. and Mrs. LaVoy will reside at 1&
North Thirty-third street. a .
amount of food products that could bo
ootainod from the far northern seas.
"The Arctic ocean supports more life
that Is useful to man than docs tho Gulf
of Mexico," said Dr. Cook. Tho day will
come when wo will be making uso of this
on n larger scalo, and then the Idea of
conservation will come In. The sea Is
just aa capable of belnc farmed n. I.
the land, and sea farming Is something
that Will be developed la tho future. In
the samo way fur farming, which in now
In its Infancy, will be developed on the
far north lands and will be one of tho
grent Industrie of the world. The long
days on thfese northern lands make It
possible to raise somo crops also. It Is
the same thing that makes Canadian
wleat possible. If Canada's day was no
longer than ours they could raise no
Wheat,, for their season Is too short."
Dr. Cook Is now endeavoring to bring)
about a national Investigation conducted
by Polar explorers and eclentlflo men
that shall clear up once for all tho facts
concerning the Cook-I'cary controversy
regarding the discovery, of the North
Where Gen, Eoper
Thought it Wiser
to HideHis Identity
Assistant Postmaster General Boper Is
a native of North caronna, anu
routherner to tho core, and, as a rule,
lets that fact be known without delay.
While visiting In Omaha, he toUl a story,
however, of one occasion where he was
careful to keen It to himself.
I was out west a few years ago,' ex
plained Mr. Boper, "on business, which
took mo to n little town called Mountain
Home, In Idaho. I carried with me a let-
tor of Introduction from a friend In New
York, and was most hospitably received
by the gentleman to whom It was ad-
tressed, who showed himself most
solicitous for my comfort and welfare
and tree with well meant advlco for ray
" 'There Is Just one thing I want to
warn you about. said he, 'and that Is,
don't mention the war around here.
1 'Whnt war?' 1 asked, somewhat
" 'Why, tho civil war, of courso, said
he. 'Don't say nnythlng about It If you
want to keep out of trouble for most of
our people are southerners, some of
them come frdm as far south na Ken
tucky and they are ready to fight the war
over again nl the drop of a hat.'
"I saw at once that my host had as
sumed from my letter that I, Uko the
writer, was a Now -Yorker and that he
was taner to protect me, so I tried to
change the subject
" 'But what kind of people are thoy
otherwise?' I asked.
" 'Oh, they're decent sort of folks,'
said he. "They're good neighbors. You'll
find them all right In every way It you
just don't mention tho war. But I want
to warn you again that they are all
d d rebels.'
"I never did tell him," concluded Mr.
Hoper, "that I came from North Caro
STORES CLOSE at 6 P. M. SATURDAYS DURING AUGUST Stftt?
TOUCHED FOR HIS ROLL
WHILE ASLEEP IN PARK
John Dugan of Missouri Valley fell
asleep In Jefferson squaro Wednesday
evening and awokf several hours later
to find that ho had been touched for X35
In cash and his gold watch. Dugan hur
ried to tho police station, whore he re
ported his lore and a strange dream he
had experienced. He dreamed that
man was kneeling on his cheat, chocking
him. when suddenly ho felt a great re
lief, when tho man vanished Into thin
The. twenty-fifth annual plcnlo of the
Clan Gordan. No. (3, Order of Scottish
Clans, will be held at Krug park Satur
day at t o'clock.
Tho program Will Include many Interest
ing field events, Including races, quoits,
I V.. ....... A . . I 1.1 .1 . I -
nn ni.lL... fli.i nuvBiir ciwicais, uiKiiiaiiu uuuviiiK'
iuio uirmuay uiuu xiunic. mA there w, be a concert by Clansman
The members of the 1913 Birthday club nanilUon.B noel . quartet Prlxes will be
gave a plcnlo Tuesday afternoon ut Krug 8lven t0 wlnn0M of M contests. Thomas
park. A plcnlo supper was served at 0 Meldrum will act as starter and John
o'clock. The affair was such a aucoes Mrfr.nri. -hipf. win inrt tiide nt.
. . I Ihiit AtiMlhaH rvlnnlrt vt11 It crl If Art ttJkfnt I ..
The members of the Pagatco club gavo '"" """ " " " " , u" rouna'
xpe moniours oi in the close of the summer. Twelve mem- ru- a ....... v. i. 1.1
t launch party Tuesday evening at Carter
lake. Those, present were I
Ksthef Swanson, Florence Erlckton,
i. i.,it,n!ianir Lnla. Marsh.
Catherine Tunlson. MarU. NorgarO,
a E. Boyce,
of Malvern. Ia.;
feu V. Kelley,
r. D. Callahan.
O. C. Slaughter,
IFor Visitor, .
A, luncheon was given by auss wmii
I Done wero present. tensive nrenarutlons for entertainment ot
those who attend In tho evening. Ride
Dinnerparty." Ion the various Mechanical contrivance
Mrs. George A. Hoagiand entertained I or tne pane, a picnio luncn ana ucotcn
at n beautifully appointed dinner party I mualo by the band will occupy the later
Wednesday evening at her home In Dun- lieura of tho celebration.
dee. Covers were placed for:
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Wyman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Robinson.
Mrs. William Wyman,
Mra. Georro Ai Hoagiand.
Mis May Wyman.
Mis Alice Bwltxter.
Mr. W- W. Hoagiand.
Mr. Robert BwlUler.
Mr. Blmpson of Chicago.
Luncheon for Miss Switzlcr. .
Miss Anna Hlgglna entertained
WOMAN INJURED WHEN SHE
ALIGHTS FROM MOVING CAR
Mrs. L. Rosenbaum, I4SH South Six
teenth street, was painfully injured when
she alighted from a moving street car at
Sixteenth and Arbor streets. Officer
Cooper, Who was nearby, assisted the
woman to her home, where the family
mnch. Wednesday, at her home, jw i , . t. .. physician. Dr. J. Alex Williams, at
;teL Bouth Omaha, In hortor Of Mis jr ;.", ' : . tended her. She was later ordered by
I Dr. Williams to Bt. Joseph's hospital,
street. 8"10",,; n, f,," BwlUl-r, who has recently returned from
w ro Wlllard. who Is visiting here '
rrora juuscobbc. - cessfut year on the stage. She will leave - v "
sva. beautifully decorated In yellow Jor Yellowstone park, whew .ho I , , -7 .
tehii. Those nresent were: . ... 'A rprialwK Cnr ot Btnnincti 1
white. Those present were
Mlssea Misses- ,
Ivy Leo Wlllard Madge Bturroh,
ot Muskogee. Okl,;Uuth Huntley
Margaret McMnrtln. Edith Finch. !
Henry Grotte, Frank Rhoades,
trounie with your
Jfoliodj- Is Too Old
to learn that the suro way to cure a
cough, cold or sore lungs Is with Dr,
King's New Discovery. 60c and il. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
A SOCIAL HELP
There's nothing that promotes social
lrtercourse In the city In summer so
much as a comfortablo porch.
Your friends will run over frequently
In the evening If they knoW you havo
easy chairs and swings and settees wait
Ing for them on tho porch.
Your family, too, will be healthier and
haDDler If their evenings nro made
Pleasant by comfortable porch furniture,
Bight now Is the time to buy porcn
furniture at lower prlceB than any other
time of year, Beaton & Laler Co. do
not wish to carry any porch furniture
Into fall. Thoy arc willing to dispose ot
what they havo left without profit.
Friday and Saturday they will sell
swings at half price. Beductlons will bo
15 to 20 cer cont pn other porch furnl
ture rockers, chairs and settees, lnclud
I ng Chinese Grass, Fibre Bush and Wll
Remember, two more months of porch
life this summer. Beaton & Laler Co,
415-17 South Blxteenth street.
will Join her parents and make tho trip
through the park. The guests were ,tomach 0P chronlo constipation, don'
school menas or mis nwiwier n roRgln, that your case Is beyond help
covers were laid for sixteen. lust because your doctor falls to give you
relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plalntteld, N. J.,
writes. "For over a month past I have
Mtlin flnnnfcrv Glnb Mr- Frank O. Browne gave a whist been troubled with my stomach. Every-
uid uuuuwj wiu. 1 . ti,,,i,v nftKrnonn for Mr. it.i. t nt. ,int It t.rrlMu rr,.
Many .octal affair, are being given in """" r;:. .'VJ--i-i V',...' "!
Inon?r ot Mr. Hoimo upame or ixmg fjrmn im. I. . . f., r i
I (each. Cal Mr. K. 8. WeaturooK en- "v"" " . - ...
terUlned nine guest at luncheon today were won by Mrs, WlUarn Faulkner and from people who i 2ad be.n cured by
at the Country club. Wednesday evening Mr. Stewart ot Chicago, The other Chamberlain' Tablets, I decided to try
Mr and Mrs. NeUon B. Updike enter- Bursts present were Meadames H. U them. 1 have taken nearly three-fourth
latned at the Country club when their Woodford, J. J. Mullen. M. M. Kline, D. of a package of them and can now eat
meats were E. LoveJoy, Samuel Faulkner, F. W. almost everything that I want" For sal
Mr. and Mrs. Holme Updike,
Mr and Mr. W. J. Hynes,
Mr. and Mrs. K. 8. Westbrook,
Mr and Mr. It L. Huntley,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Updike.
Greenman and Mis Waller..
by all druggist. Advertisement.
ON YOUR MIND?
Better he suro of your Trunk or
Suit Case beforo you trust It too
far. "We have one of tho largest
stocks of baggago lu the Btate.
And' each trunk or bag Is well
above tho common run. If you arc
not sure of your judgment, this
lg a safe shop to trade in.
Wo Like Itopalr Jobs.
FUELING & STEIN LE
181)11 Faroam St.
ing Sale of
5,000 Yds. 25c Wash Fabrics, 10c Yd.
Friday it last day of clearing out all remnints an I mult lots of desirable wash fabric. We hava token Ace
thousand yards that have sold all the trav trom tScto 39c a yard and offer them on main fionr at 10c a yard
Fine summer fabrics, including Voiles, Jacquards, Poplins,
Durbar and Himalaya Suitings, Organdies, Zephyrs, Tis
sues, French Ginghams, Rosco silk and cotton fabrics, etc.
--25c to 50c yard values, in remnant lengths and full pieces,
on mainfloor Friday at, yard ,
Several hundred yards plain and fancy silk remnants,
foulards, crepes, mescalines, pongee silk, chiffon taf
fetas, rnjnhs, habutul nnd Jnpunese silks, Balkan and Bul
garian silks worth up to $1.5fJ main floor, per yard,
(29 39c 49 69'
Summer weight $1.00 dress goods, checks, stripes, mohairs, serges, novelty suitings, etc., at 50c
Wash Laces, 5c
Big lots of Wash Laces that
have been selling regularly up
to 15c a yard. Vals., linen
torchons, Imitation cluny, odd
pieces of desirable trimming
laces on big bargain
squaro Friday, on
main floor at, por
Lace Remnants, 10c ea.
Thousands" of remnants and sample
pieces of allover laces and nets white,
black and ecru, In lengths Vi to 1 yard.
Also remnants of lace bands and edges
up to 9 inches wide. Immense varieties
on bargain squares, on main
floor, Friday, actually worth
up to 35c a yard; at,
Silk Lisle Hose
Women's and children's excel
lent quality silk lisle hosiery
with double sofes, spliced heels
white, black and tan worth
regularly 20c and 25c a pair
on bargain square i Al
main floor. Frl- I 1 1
day, per pair,
c a pair
1 2 c
Seven Wash Goods Specials in Our Basement
Blue, tan, pink, grey and many
other shndeB tn fancy silk stripe
dress voiles, the regular
20c grade, on sale at,
One assorted lot of silk remnants
black and colors only a small
lot to close out quickly
on sale, per yard,
Crepes and serges these desir
able white fabrics are regular 15o
values and 3G inches wide
Friday, per yard,
Various grades and
lengths, all kinds, as
sorted mercerized white
and colored wash fab
ricson big bargain
square at, per
Good muslins, long
cloths, nainsook and
cambrics all are 36
new lots at, yd.
Fancy checked, striped,
plaid and cordel whlt
goods re-"",ntr "
ular 10c, 12 c and 16c
gain square Frl- rrt
day at, yard jju
Yard wide fancy dress
percale in light and
dark styles d r e 8,8
lengths at, n In
Friday Linen Specials-
IlcmnnntH of Table Damask tn Basement Fine 1m
ported mercerized damnsk in a variety ot patterns;
mill lengths of one to five yards an es
pecially desirable- grade for restaurant
uso; DOc to GOc qualtty, at, yard
MM Seconds Turkish Bath Towels Slightly im
perfect, but worth twico the price we ask Main
Floor, at, each
3ic, 7c, 10c, 15c, 19c and 25c
Extra Largo Slzo Crochet Bod Spreads
patterns, plain hemmed; good values;
Main Floor at
SIX NOTION SPECIALS
Bins O o o d
at, paper. . u
Hooks and 4a
25c, at. ... .36
for oil -i
floors. . . . 0 v
Our Semi-Annual Clearance
All our Men's Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Neck
wear, Suspenders, Pajamas, etc. at way below reg
ular value. See the windows.
Friday and Saturday Semi-Annual Sale
Manhattan Shirts for Men
Known Everywhere as tho Highest Olaas, best fitting and
most carefully sized Shirts that money can buy.
All Our 91.BO Mcn'H Manhattan Shirts at S1.15
All Our $2.00 Men's Manhattan Shirts at S1.38
All Our $2,150 and 83.00 Men's Manhattan Shirts nt SI. 88
All Our $3.C0 and $8.75 Men's Manhattan Shirts at 82.85
All Our $1.00 and $5.00 Men's Manhattan Shirts at S3.55
In and Oat of the Bee Hire.
Mr. and Mra Arthur Daly returned
Tueaday from their wadding trip in tho
Mrnnn TjiV flnnntrv fllnh I at. .
- ' I rt A dn, n n,1 T I T T n .1 ft FfonM
Mr. Qeorgo Jon entertained at lunoh- ?""' . "7 7 A t,l
eon TVedneday at th club. Cover, wew love tor Cam Harding,
YllfiMA fnl Mlnui VTlnroni.a TfltvuamlI I ColO.
JIanna Browne. Ann Gauchan. Me.- MftJr crl v- Hartmann returned thl.
dame II. E. Angu. George Jone. I morning irom a wion " "
At Happy Hollow.
One of the larger lunclieon.'at Happy
Hollow today wi glvon by Mr. K. N.
Howe. Thoao present were:
A IxxAner. J c. Coburn.
George KUnk, 8t. Iouls:
Fort Urth. Tex.; lluth Moffatt.
Jtugo BsbirJdt. 14. V. Cole.
utorsa uiue.pie. uavid Ilaxter.
j ir- Anton,
v a weuy.
T. a. AUxander.
N. II. NeUon.'
T. H. Traor.
V 1 UIUOU,
Jame 'VVlllebraud, Kama City:
J 13. Zlppel.
IS. It Keedhain.
V V. Arnold.
MU Helen Coxcr.
J. V. areely,
P. J. Jumper,
Mr. Nancy J. Moore ha returned from
a two week' visit In Chicago and other
point In BUnol.
Mlisea Jeannette and Helen Mulr leit
I Wednesday evening tor ntuburg, Kan.,
to spend two week.
Mrs. J. P. Eltasser ha gon la Bil
ling, Mont., wher h will remain a
month visiting a sister.
Mrs. Georgo A. Hoagiand will leave this
evening for Lake Oiakls, Minn., where
Mr. Hoagiand Is spending several week.
Mrs- C. J. Smyth. MIsms Itoce and
Catherine Smyth, Master Contantln
Smyth and Miss Phyllis Hart roan will
leave Friday morning to spend several
week at Lake OkoboJI.
In the purchase ot a piano, consider permanency. The STEIN
WAY reputation for portnanency of tono. beauty and workmanship
has been maintained through four generations of the STEINWAY
family. THEHE EXISTS NO OTHER RECORD LIKE IT.
The Steinway Veriigrand
A charncterlatlc STEINWAY achievement: Constructed to pro
duce in a piano of upright form, the samo musical exprcslou that
has always individualised the STEINWAY aitANDr-"An Upright
Piano of Grand Value "
1). S. SAVINGS CLOSES at 6 O'CLOCK
HE Savings Department of the United States
National Bank, of Omaha, at the corner of
Sixteenth and rarnam streets, will close, at h
o'clock Saturday afternoons during the month of
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
M. T. Barlow A. D. Brandeis . E. L. Burko S. S. Caldwell V. B; Oaldwelll
E. A. Duff Thos. A. Fry 0. W. Lyman Euclid Martin E. M. Moraman
A. L. Reed W. E. Rhodes B. P. Smith W. A. Smith
G. W. Wattles 0. E. Yost 1
luncheon for Mn. Whalen.
Mr. Arthur Paly entertained at lunch
eon today tn honor ot Mra. J. M. Wlialeu
of Salt Lake City. Cover were laid for
The wedding qf M. Josephine iieelan.
daughter of Mrs. Margaret Keelan, to
Mr Paul A. Cattln of Dta Molne took
place Wednesday morning. July a, at
Ht Peter" church. Mr. and Mr. cattlr
Utl for it trip to the northern lake and
BERNSTEIN EXCEPTS TO
Hxceptlon to a atatemeut of Chairman
McDonald of ' .e Uoard ot County Com
missioner, that there are too many
uublt In thw Keverslde Detenslon home
1 taken by Mogy Bernnteln, probation
officer. "These young children are sent
there." he said, "In order that they may
not be permanently taken from their
parents. We do not desire to find other
homes for them, but want to keep fam
Prlco S550 EbonUed Case.
S600 Mahogany Case.
.MONTHLY TERMS IF
1811.13 FARNAM STREET,
Women do four-fifths of the buying
and influence the other fifth
The paper that goes to the home is
the only one that the hqusowife gets a
chance to read. Everything about
The Omaha Bee
appeals to women. It is a paper that
any, mother amy allow her daughter
to read. Its talks to girls, its fashion
pageB, its society department, its wo
man's department make it the favor
ite with mother and daughter alik.
Advertise in the paper that eet to the homas.
The paper that goes to the homes
brings results for the advertiser.
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