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SOCIETY IS ARISING EARLY
Schedules Many Homing Athletio
Stunts and Early Breakfasts.
EBENOH PEINCE VISITS HERE
DIMIniratshed VUltor la Entertained
at fort Omnhn Mnnr Otiiahnns
Iimvr for Motor Totirs
to the Lakes.
MONDAY Matinee dance nt the Field
club. Double wedding of Mlia Kathar
ine Shonnahan to Mr. Thomas Kelley
and Miss Maria Shannaban to Mr
TV B3lA'V Children's matinee danca at
Happy Hollow. Ladle day at Field
club and Happy Holloa. Dlnnor danca
at Ha, py Hollow and Carter Lake cllub.
WEDNESDAY Children' day at Sey
mour Lake Country club. Children's
day at Carter Lake club. Mr. and Mrs,
C T -Smith, dinner for Mr. Larimer,
guest ot Mr. A. D. 'Warren. Dinner
dance at Country and Field club. Bpen
THU1U5DAY Ladles day at Field club
and Happy Hollow.
FniDAY Dinner dance at Seymour Lake
BATl'RDAY-Woek-nd dinner dance at
Country, Field. Happy HoUow and
Carter Lake clubs.
Prince du Croix of France, who has
estates In Belgium and France, was a
distinguished visitor at Fort Omaha Fri
day The prince spent the day as the
guest of Major and Mrs, Carl F. Hart
mann. Due de Croix of Westphalia, whose
engagement to Miss Nancy Lelshman Of
Pittsburgh, daughter of the ambassador
to Germany, hon Just been announced. Is
a nephew of the prince. The latter Is a
much traveled and moot Interesting man
and cornea to the United States nearly
every year and la much entertained In
New York, Newport and Wan Francisco.
Society Arising Early,
Society has started one of the most
sensible fads of many seasons. Society
that is, thoso who are doing: things this
rummer Is arising early during the
There Are early morning breakfasts,
motor trips and tennis and aolf frames,
Misses Anna and Paulino Bnurke have
given a number of Informal breakfast
nlcnles. They, together with a few
friends, motor to K Ira wood park or some
nearby woods and hot coffee la served
from thermos bottles. Mrs. F. A. Naaa
and Mrs. C. C. Allison take motor rides
early In the day, leaving about c In the
Among the early morning hikers are
Mrs. K. B. Westbruok, Miss Marlon Kuhn
and Mtsa Daphne Peters.
Those who ploy tennis tn the morning
before the sun gets too warm are Mrs.
Glenn C Wharton, Mrs. Jeromo Magce,
Mrs. Joseph Darker, Mrs. Carl F. Hart,
mann of Fort Omaha, Mrs. W. A. C.
Johnson. Mrs. F. A. Nash, Hiss Marlon
Howe, Miss Erna Reed and many tjthere.
With Western Travelers.
Clifford Wolfe left Monday for Elkhorn
Lodge, in Kstes rark.
Mr. Ross 13. Towle leave today to Join
his wife at Canyon City, Colo.
Mr. Casper Offutt left Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. Gaines and Francis Gaines
for Estes Park.
Miss Mlstrot. who has been visiting her
stsisT, Mrs. J. U. Klnsler, left Thursday
for Gates Park.
Miss Mildred Merrlam and Iter cousin.
Miss May Merrlam, leavo Monday for
ltls lilla Mae Brown .leaves tnday for
umoiie, wo 10 visit Air. ana aits. Ar
thur Keellne on 1helr ranch'.
Mr and Mrs. George K. Barker and
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. T. Martin leave this
week for Cherokee Park, Colo.
Mr and Mrs. n. K. Sunderland have
been spending a few weeks In the Sierras
near Lake Tahoe, and after August 10
wilt bo in Oakland.
Mr. Charles (founders and Mr. Charles
Brown left Thursday for their annuat
outing in the Big Horn mountains near
Teepee Lodge, Wyo.
Mrs. J. IS. Boyd, Mrs, Blerbower and
Mrs. J. R. Lehmer are at Boulder, Colo.,
on their way back from Yellowstone, and
will be at home this week.
At Northern lakes.
Mr, and Mrs. IT. 7. Dinning and Miss
Xoulse Dinning leave today for Charle
Mr. Ben Wood left yesterday for Oko
bojl for two weeks, to be a guest at the
cottage of Mr. and Mrs T. E. Stovens
Mrs. Sol Bergman nnd daughter, Hen
rietta, left Thursday for Lake Mlnne
tonka, wneto they will spend several
Jarvls Offutt, who has been at Prior
Lake, leaves thdav for Camp Bus
quehannock, at Montrose, i'a., to Join
Burdette Klrkenrtall. who has been there
Blnee the 1st of July. They will rvmaln
until the opening ot college.
Mrs. C, C. Allison, with two children
and Miss Ellen Crelghton, left Wednes
day by motor for a week at Okobojl.
Mr. D. A. Jotason and family of Dun
dee, accompanied by Mr. M. W. Cava
nagh, ir will leave today by automobile
for Colorado, to attend the Knights Tem
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hull leave today for
Boston, where they will be met by Mr.
attd Mra. T. J. Mahoney with their motor,
in which they wilt make tho run to
Wlanno Beach and from there they ex
jx.t to tour during the month ot August.
Mrs. W. 11. Bucholz returned Saturday
from Green Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs,
If. O. Edwards, who motored there with
Mr and Mrs. Bucholx, remained until
the end ot last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Kloke and Mr. and Mrs. lxnila Clarke,
who motored there at the same time, will
no return for another week.
Itave for Europe,
Mrs. Bwartxlander left Tuesday to Join
Mlta Stella Hamilton In New York, wher
they sailed on the Augusta Victoria for
Germany, wiu-re they will be met later
by Mr. and Mrs. C. Will Hamilton ami
family, who are now In Norway.
Dr. C. C. Allison sailed tor a month's
At tic Field ClulT
itr. and Mra O. I Hart entertained
at dinner Saturday evening at the alub
tn honor of Miss Kathtrlne Hart, who
will be a bride this week, and for Mrs.
F L. Morgan of Los Angeles, Cal. Cov
era were laid tor sixteen guests .
Mr and Mrs. Albert Krug entertained
at dinner when their guests were: Dr.
and Mra J. F. Anson, Mr. and Mrs. E
A. Htgglns. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cole
man, Mr- Carl Bock.
Other dinner parties were given by Col
onel Arrasmlth of ban Francisco, who
)iad a family party of seven; Charlei
Bogue had four guests; George Basmus
sen. eight; C. E. Bedwcll, six; Arthur
English, four; . A. Cameron, six; W,
Jf, Herd man. six; C. M, Garvey, four.
At Carter Lake Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. ChrUtl entertained
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at dinner Saturday evening in honor of
Miss Leone King of Ames. la. Covers
were laid for:
Miss Laona King.
Miss Helen Keating.
Mr. Arthur Christie.
Mr. nnnd Mrs. H, 11. Chrlsilo.
"Others who entertained guests ntitifnner
last evonlng were E. F. Sorvls, who had
three guests: It. W. Bailey, threoj J, W.
itefrigier, eight; fl. V. Staford. lye; C.
II. T. IUepen, five; II, L. Hanan. four:
P. Mackln. four; J. J. Gafford. six. and
A. Weapln, ten.
Dr. F. J. Dospetcher will entortain .at
dinner Wednesday evening, when he will
have covers laid for ten guests.
At Dietz Club.
Tho Diets Wub gave its regular dancing
parjy xnursaay evening at the clubhouse
on Carter lake, Those present were;
A. I. Reynolds.
I Dr. Vmit I.ouk.
Dr. Hayes Gsantner, William Wimck,
Loo DUEher. Kelso Morcnn.
Clarenco Hall, C. G. Coulter.
F. Stewart Spellman,Percy Gtvynne.
John Carnaby, William Wooiter.
Ea Larrerti'. William Dt.na,
J. Boegnrd. F. J. EVans,
W. 8. Allen, ltussell ISvans,
J. J. WWte,
Mr. and Mr. J, J. McMahon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nestlebush.
Mr. and Mra Andrew Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilabert Buchtel.
Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Boggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Veldman.
At the Country Club.
sir. ami Airs. w. it. wneeier enter-
talnel at dinner Saturday evening at the
Country club In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs, Charles
Mullen, who motored here Saturday af
ternoon. Covers were placed for twelve.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Judson entertained
eight guests In honor of Mr. and Mrs. P.
II. Updtko ot Long Beach, Cal., who are
spending a few days us their guests. Cov
ers were placed for eight
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart had
twelve guests In honor ot Mr. C. V. Larl
ruer of Wichita, guest ot Mr. A. B. Warren.
Mr. M. C. Peters had eight guests and
Mr. Warren Hamilton, four.
Others who entertained guests were
J. A. McShane, twelve; F. N. Conner,
four; F. A. Brogan, four.
At Happy Hollow.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Harding enter
tained nt dinner last evening at Happy
Hollow, when they had covers laid for
Oothers who had guests at dinner Sat
urday evening were W. It. Gates, who
had seven; W. O. Henry, six; H, a.
Marsh, four; C. E. need, four; C. II.
Linatrhoim, four; W. Johnson, two and
A. T. Klopp. two.
Wth the Army.
Lieutenant Pullen, U. S. A., who will
be an Instructor at West Point academy
next esr, is spending a week at Port
Captain Nasbltt returned Sunday from
Galveston and will bo at Fort Crook for
a month with his family. Major Swltxer
Is also expected at Fort Crook shortly.
Colonel and Mrs. J M. Arrasmlth. who
have been the guests of Mrs. Arrastnlth's
sinter. Mrs. George Redlck, will leave to
day for Fort Douglas, where they wilt
Dorothy Judson. Phyllis Hunter, Dorothy
WJIrox, Margaret Matthews, Dorothy
Hippie And Margery t'pdlke of Long
Mrs. O. H. Leptln entertained ot a
bridge luncheon Thursday In honor ot
Mrs. William Coryell of Loo Angeles, Cal.,
and Mrs. H. McCurtan of Denver. Colo.
The color scheme used was blue and
white. Those present were:
puss juae wanting
Mrs. Lillian Randall announces the be
trothal of her daughter. Gertrude Mar
lella, to Daniel L. Cahllt. the marriage
to take place about the middle of September.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Fred Lake and daughter are visit
ing her father In Milwaukee. .
Mrs. C. V. Jewett left Friday evening
for the east, where she will visit for two
Mr. and Mrs. Louts Muoer will spend
several weeks at Colorado Springs and
Mrs. S. P. Cossell ot rGand Island I
the guest of her mother, Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fowler Ament of Chi
cago are tho guests of Mr. and Mra
George H. Bllgh.
Mrs. C. A. Parsons of Rochester, N.
1'., was the guest of her niece, Mrs. S. A.
Capon, for the week end.
Miss Luclln Downey and Miss Irne
Dowfley left Saturday evening for
Niagara Falls and tho Thousand Islands.
Dr. J. C. Hammond returned Saturday
from a western trip, where he visited
Mends In Denver, Colorado Springs and
Miss Ethele Duncan and Miss Hazel
Brynn left last night for tho east. They
will take the ocean trip from Norfolk,
a., to Boston.
Mrs. Frank Werner Englcr Is expected
homo Tuesday from a visit with Miss
Mabel Hicks at her cottage on Miller's
bay at Lake Okobojl.
Mrs. H. V. Hayward, who returned
from Denver last week, left Wednesday
for Spring Lake, Minn., where she will
remain until September 1,
Miss Nell Trader and Miss Stella Wil
cox left Saturday for Colorado, where
they will spend three weeks In Denver,
Colorado Springs and Hates Park.
Mrs. William X). Murphy and Mies h.
McCurdy left Saturday for Atlantic City,
and their former homes in New York.
They will return by way of Canada.
Mrs. W. H. McCord returned Wednes
day from Chicago. Miss Marjorle Mc
Cord roires home today from visiting her
grandmother, Mrs. McCord, in St Joseph.
Miss Josephine Hoyer of Chicago, aunt
ot Dr. Frederick Mlllener, has arrived In
Omaha to make her permanent home with
Dr. Mlllener and his mother, Mrs. Mlll
ener. Mrs. John Brady and daughter, Myrtle,
left Saturday evening for the cost,
where they will visit for a month In
New York. Boston. Washington and
Miss lsabelle Flaherty, daughter of Mr.
and Sirs. Jay Trapp of South Omaha,
will loavo Monday for a few weeks' visit
with relatives In Chicago, Mansfield, O.,
and the lakes.
Mr. C. E. Yost leaves today for th
cast to Join Mrs. Yost nt Watklns Glen.
N. Y., and will go from there to visit
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Vail at the lat
ters summer place In Vermont.
Miss Joy Hlsglns will leavo this even
ing for Moorcroft Wyo., where she will
be the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. George
Carr. Miss Hlgglns will also visit friends
In Denver before returning home.
Mr. Clark Powell left Tuesday to Join
his wife and children at Battle Lakb,
Minn. He expects to be gone through,
August Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Creigh ot
Chicago will Join them this week.
Mrs. O. A. Scott and her daughter.
Miss Uarda, have gone to Colorado for
two weeks. On their return they will
stop a few days at Lodge Pole, Neb.,
where they will visit Dr. Waldo Scott.
Miss Marlon Kuhn returns today, from
Wequetonsln, where she has been tho
guest of Miss Gertrudo McCarthy for a,
month. Mrs. Kuhn will give an Informal
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and -will be a delight not only to the chll
dren, but to tho grown ups who aro fond
of fairy land, Miss Adelaide Fogg and
Miss Helen Cronln will have leading parts
and 100 other young people will take part.
However, Mrs. Davidson Is anxious that
the cast Include 200 boys and girls and
young men and women and she will be
glad to hear from any one who will give
their services for charity. Mrs. David
son may be called by phone at Douglas
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turk announce the
engagement of their daughter, Margaret
Bonlfleld, to Mr. Hary EaBtwood. Thu
wedding will take place next year.
Eeralharve Club at Okobojl.
Tho following Omaha people have been
guests nt the EgralhRrvc club at Egral.
harve-on-Wct Okobojl lake; Qoorgo W,
liyan w. B. Cheek and family, James
Morton nnd family, Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Ailtln, Miss Gertrude Alkln, Mrs, A. W.
fiowmnn, W. L. Guckert and family.
Jaws P. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. George
F. Gllmore, Fred. Botsen and Harold
At Summerhill Farm.
A number of young school girls left
Saturday morning to spend a few days
at the Young Woman's Christian asso
ciation enmp at Summerhill farm, near
Bennington. The party Included Misses
on Oriental Rugs
"We've got to keep selling Oriental Eugs, even if it is
midsummer. So we quote below some prices for Monday
that are low enough to bring you down town, no matter
how warm the day.
.Regular Prjco Sale Prlco
Kurdistan, 0-8x3-3 ,.,,$35.00 $24.00
Vasak, 7-7x3-11 '45;l0 28.00
Caraja, Il-Cx3-1 40.00 32.50
Beloucbistan, 8-7x4-11 90.00 . 65.00
Khiva, 9-fix7-7' 145.00 100.00
Serapi, 11-0x8-0 190.00 160.00
Royal Buluk, 13-10x9-6 300.00 215.00
Royal Buluk, 13-11x10-0 280.00 220.00
Royal Kermanshah, 11-2x8-8 400.00 340.00
Meshed, 15-1x12-0 450.00 340.00
Above are just a few of Monday's special prices.
Many others from $10.00 up.
15 to 50 Off on All Porch Furniture.
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visit friends before going to the Presidio
at Ban Francisco, where Colonel Arra
smlth Is stationed.
Seymour lake Club,
Mr. and Mrs. John urion have Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Johnson as their house
A special table d'hote dinner was served
Friday evening at the olub from 8 to 8
o'clook; also a tine program was ar
ranged by the entertainment committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Said entertained
Mr. and Mrs, C. II. Hubbard of Chicago
and Mrs. J. K. Knapp and children.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Winters were the
guests this last week ot Mr. and Mra T,
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. King gave a very
pleasant musical Wednesday evening and
their guests cr Mrs, Maxfleld, Mtss
Stella Maxfleld and Miss Ida Gates.
The elub Is making a special day
Wednesday for the children ot club mem
bers. A table d'hote luncheon nnd dinner
Is served and during tho afternoon there
are games, dancing and swimming
planned tor the children. In the evening
a musical entertainment Is planned for
eash Wednesday during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon J. Kyte had as
their dinner guests Misses Frances Byers,
Benle Sage, lluth Byers, Verna Sage,
With Mr. und Mrs. F. 8. Iluynes were
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bartlelt.
With Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tubb wer
Mr. and Mrs Allan Tanner, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Ktnnurd, Mrs. Strlnsllne ot Water
Others having small dinners were' W.
II.' Cheek, who had two guests; G. F.
King, two; George J. Ulce, two; James
Core, two, J, A. Kopelts, four, C.
S p. nt.
6. p. m.
Brown, three. Ur. W. G. Pollard, five;
Charles Vollmer, two! W, 12. Patterson,
two, and Charles Van Alstlne, five.
The first mid wesk social evening was
enjoyod at the club Wednesday, Table d'
hote supper was served, utter which a
musical program was- rendered by Miss
Solomon. Miss Haven and Mr. Ray Dona
hey In the parlors ot the olub.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Jones gave a
farewell patty for Mi. and Mrs. Angus
Thursday evening. The guests were en- i
tertalned with music and dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Comb has as their
house guests this week Mrs. B. B, Hop
per nnd Miss Beulah Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kmerlak enter-
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taineu at dinner Thursday evening for i rylL
Carl Hohwy, who is to leave soon for i
Chicago, 111. his former home. Thoso
Clarence K. Patten,
Mr. und Mrs. A. Murphy announce the
engagement of their daughter, Mildred
Laura, to Lloyd a. Iverson. The wed
ding will take place In the early tall.
Opera for Charitv.
Among the first theatrical performances
to be given at a local theater this fall
will be "A Midsummer Hve Party," an
operetta, wlileh will be given for charity.
Mrs. M. Ulllun Duvldson of Chicago ar
rived last week and Is superintending the
rehearsals. The piece Is most artlstlo
Women's Fall Suits
First1 glimpse of the authentic
models for Autumn wearl913
New designs from the
foremost creators of
womtn's tailored wear
Women naturally look to the fore
most style shop for the first showing
of the now ideas for fall. Such a vari
ety of early season models will not be
shown elsewhere for weeks to come.
New Ideas are the cutaway coats In longer
lengths, belted model with natural waist line and
blouse effects. Hich brocades in one and two-tone
effects, cponKts, wool mutlasse, artnure, granite,
serge and veiour do Inines are tho leading fabrics.
Trimmings of plush and fur are popular. New shades
of plum, wisteria and mahogany are iu high favor
for fall aud winter.
Women who prefer tailored opparel to order,
may havo uny of these new models made to their in
dividual measure including minor changes in design,
if thoy wish.
The prices are $25, $35, $49 and up to $75