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THE BEE: (ttlAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913.
Wednesday, August 20, 1913.
ATER Your Horses Horo" Ib a welcome slfrn to many a teamster
driving hot, tired horses during the recent warm weather.
Tho above sign has been placed on the lawn in front of the
homo of Mrs. Jcronio Magce, and a tub of water Is placed
under tho shady trees for the horses.
The fact that many society women havo given up their horses for
motor cars docs not seem to make them think any tho less of tho faithful
horse. Mrs. Oeorgo A. Joslyn ha8 started a campaign among tho women
of Omaha to ordor tholr groceries early In tho day, ho that tho deliveries
may be mado before tho heat of midday. Mrs, W. J. llyncs and Mrs.
George A. Hoagland aro also thoughtful of tho overworked dollvory horses,
and during tho hot woather Bend their motor cars for their groceries to
savo tho horses ut least ono trip each day.
At Carter Lake Country Club.
Mr and Mrs. F. It llandford enter
tained at dinner at Carter I-ake Country
club Tuesday evening, when covers were
Mr. and Mrs. A. I Patrick.
Aim M Christlar.cy.
Among those who entertalnpd guests
at dinner were Mr. and Mr C II. T.
Ripen, who 1ms eight guests; J. U Cree
den. elcht, I. Mott, six; C. B. Lathrop,
seven; E. I Potter, two; It. A. Nelion,
four, and A. Snyder, four.
Mint Violet Dodge of Plattsmouth U
the guest of Dr. and Mr. Itoy Dodge at
The cottagers of the club will have a
resident dinner at the cafe this evening,
when covers wilt be lnld for sixty.
The women of Carter Lake who belong
to tho swimming club had luncheon to
gether today at the cafe.
At Seymour Lake Country Club,
Several dinner parties were given Tues
day at the Seymour Lake Country club.
Mayor and Mrs. Dahlman and daugh
ters. Mrs. Austin Collett and Miss
Dorothy Dahlraan were at one table.
Messrs. Donald J. Ilurko had two guests;
C A, Magnum, three; D. A, Pierce, three;
lloyea, four, and Course D. Wright, two.
Miss Amy Ollmore entertained infor
mally today at hor home at tho Hotel
I tome for Miss Eleanor Ilaln of Kalians
City, who is tho suest of Mrs. Robert
Dempster. Covers were placed for Kevon
Mrs, M. Itanul) savo an enjoyable party
at her home Tuesday afternoon for hor
daughte-, Miss Helen llamdl. Tho after
noon wax spent in playing Karnes, music
and dancing. Those present were:
have fourteen guests; Mr.
II. 8. teller,
OUT WORKINGON THE ROADS
Hundreds of Thousands of Missouri
Volunteers Are at Work.
CHICKEN DINNERS ARE SERVED
tSnrrrnnr Mnjnr Hernia an Army
that In CniupafR-ntna In Kvery
C'onn- In the Western
Tnrt of the Ktntr.
V, I Kopp.
Miss Henrietta Ollmore and Miss Iluth
Dowilpg entertained at a tea this after
noon from 4 to 5 o'clock at the home 01
Miss Ulimore, 1039 tfouth Thirty-second
street. Lavender asters decorated the
living room and pink roses the dlr.lng
room. About seventy-five guests wire
present and assisting were;
Harriet Blake, Henrietta McCaguc,
bisa itaaitnan, Gertrude Mattson,
tretr,hen v Itl.amaon jean Kennedy,
At the Country Club.
One of the dinner parties at the Country
ilub this evening will Include:
Mr, and Mrs. Walter U. 'Roberts,
Mr. and Mrs. 3. H, Hrady.
Mr. and Mrs. T. I Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. WlUard Hosford,
Mr. F. H. Davis.
Others who will entertain guests at din
ner this evening are Mr, Frank Colpetser,
who will havo twelve guests, and W. J.
Entertain House Party.
Misses Ituth E. Anderson and Huby
Anderson are entertaining at a houao
party. The guests are Mildred Johnson,
Wahoo, Neb.; Agnes Bander, Oakland,
Cat.; Hutoka Stone, Kingfisher, Okla.;
Prances Carlson, Litchfield, Minn.; Mabel
Lucken, St Pet or, Minn.; Minnie Olson,
Malmo, Neb., and Huth J. Anderson,
In and Out of the Ece Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dempster havo
gone to the Ulack Hills for three weeks,
Mrs. C. H. Moore of Denver has ar
rived to visit her sister, Mrs. A. O.
Mrs, Waller T. Pago and Miss Nannie
I'ago have returned from a short stay
at Ualleys, Colo.
Mrs. Frank Colpctxcr Is visiting hor
daughter, Mrs, Harry Wllklns, and Mr.
Wilkin of Chicago.
Miss Madden of Nutley, N. J., who has
been visiting her brother, John Madden,
and Mrs. Madden, leaves for the cast this
rtabbl and airs. Frederick Cohn and
faintly returned Wednesday from Lako
Mlnuetonka, Minn., whore they havo
spent seven weeks.
Mrs. II. O. Unvorxgat and son, Mr.
Jerome Heym returned yesterday from
a trip through Yellowstono park.
Misses Dorothy and Mary Illngwalt
havo gone to Madrid. Nob., where they
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward IIoI
yoitfa on the Holdroge ranch.
ur. and Mrs. Frederic C. Freemantell
and Mrs. Itoblnson will spend a few days
Wlt)i Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Callfas before
leaving for Minneapolis to reside.
Mrs. F, II. Davis and daughters, Miss
ISUsaboth and Miss Mens, who havo spent
the summer In the east, are expected
homo tho latter part of next week.
Mlsa Helen Hayden and Miss Dorothy
Stevens, who are spending tho summer at
Lake OkoboJI and came to' Omaha Hun
day, will return to tho lako Thursday
Mr. W. E. fihepard left Wednesday
morning to Join his family, who aro
spending the summer at Prior Lake. Minn.
Mr. Bhepard will remain until tho middle
Registering at the Hotel McAlpIn In
New York from Omaha during the last
week have been Miss J, Drahos, Mrs.
William L, Holsman and son, Miss Hazel
A. t)ryan and Miss Estello Duncan.
Mrs. Charles Offutt and hor daughter.
Miss Virginia., accompanied by Miss
Esther Wllhelm and Miss Erna Heed,
Will leave this evening for Prior Lake,
whoro they will spend several weeks.
Mr, and Sirs. F. Lester Morgan of Los
Angeles, Cat., who have been tho guosts
of Mrs. Morgan's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Hart, left Tuesday for Colorado,
where they will spend a month. They
will return home about the mlddlo of
September and will at that time have
completed their trip over tho United
States which they started last March.
COLORED PYTHIANS WILL
GO TO BALTIMORE MEETING
Brigadier General William II. T. nan
som, commanding department of Ne
braska; Supreme Representative to Su
premo Lodge Colonel Edward Tumor.
Assistant Adjutant General Department
stopping st the Harney hotel, learned
that his bride had arrived yesterday,
Instead of today when ho expected her
Telephoning the police he was overjoyed j
to find her In the matron's care and at
II o'clock, with the matron and threo
newspaper men as witnesses, the couple
were married by Acting Pollco Judge
Altatadt. Tho groom, who Is U years of t
age, stated that they would spend sev- j
cral days In the city and would then re- '
turn to his home at Green Castle. I
KANSAS CITS', Mo., Aug. 20.-Enthused
by the new spirit of road building In Mis
souri, thousands of votunteers marched
from every county, In tho western part
of the state today to become a part of
Governor Major's army 6t SSO.OOO ntrong,
which, In response to his proclamation,
began a two-days' campaign that was ex
pected to add 11,000,000 In betterments to
the public highways of tho state.
"This movement will unite the farm
and the market," said the road overseers
In encouraging the workers.
"It will bring the city and country dis
tricts closer together," was the reply
of tho volunteer "laborers, who were so
brimful! of enthusiasm that they needed
No army over was better prepared for
a campaign than that which marched
forth today to "pull Missouri out of the
mud," Eight thousand road overseers In
the state for weeks have boen assembling
equipment and outlining the work to bo
done so systematically that every squad
of men was put to work without delay or
confusion. Every city town and hamlet
was represented In the movement, and In
the farming districts nearly every able-
bodied man was enlisted.
Governor and Mrs. Hodges of Kansas
came to Missouri to glvo their active sup
port to the work. They were guests of
Governor and Mrs. Major, The two gov
ernors donned their overalls, and, sotting
out from Jefferson City, were among the
first to get on tho field of action. Mrs,
Hodges aided In serving to the workers,
fried chlckon, which had been prepared
by Mrs. Major. ,
Women tookar. Important part lu the
campaign. Tho 6.000 members of the Mis
souri Federation of
throughout the state aided tho movement
In every way possible and thousands of
farmers' wives and other women prepared
and' served meals to the workers.
Local members of the Daughters of the
American Revolution took advantage of
the occasion to outline tho routo of tha
old Santa Fe trail through Kancas City.
Trolley poles were marked with red,
whto and bine stripes to show tho route.
At. Jasper county a protest of farmers
caused tho county court to rescind an
order providing that prisoners In tho Jails
participate In tho road work. '
"Wo look on these two days as the best
of the year, A spirit of good will should
prevail and wo don't want any armed
guards around to spoil the scenery," tho
farmers said. Ono thousand farmers and
hundreds of teams Were engaged In tho
work In that county.
After the army of workers, at the end
of two days, marches homo over the good
roads It has built, an Inventory of the
work will be taken. This data. It Is said,
will be submitted to congress at tho next
regular session by Congressman Shackle
ford and used as a basis in asking tor
government aid In making good highways.
Rifka Taub, Who Married Turk,'
Applies to the Police.
SAYS RELATIVES TURN UPON HER
CrcMTfl Storm Store, DrivlnK Avrnr
Trnele -F.ffnrt tn Ilnrn Place
Mnilf, She Declare
The class of 1909 of St. Joseph's school
relebrated Its fourth anniversary and
first reunion at the homo of Mlsa Mary
Bloemer, 1913 South Eighteenth street,
8 . mu" V1 , of Nebraska Colonel J. N. Thomas, com-
met at this place, and memories of Mhool . mRml pr8l , Nebraska;
dav wars revived and acaualntances re- i , . M
I ... , . v-uiu,., , urponuieiu, quartermaster:
ewi. aiso buwhwh BisiMiiB Lieutenant Charles nird. Lieutenant
Frank William, personal aide to General
Ransom; Sir O. W. Jackson, alternate
delegate In the supreme session! Captain
Leroy Rroomfleld and Lieutenant Eugche
Howard of the 8. W. Stark's. Cadet No.
1, of the Colored Knights of Pythias, will
leave Thursday for Baltimore whoro thev
will attend the seventeenth biennial ses
sion or the supreme lodge and the sev
enth national encampment of the lodge's
military department. The session will be
from Sunday until Saturday evening.
spent playing games
served by Miss Mary
Margereth Schlnker, schnledei,
Charles Mollncr.. M. Beh'cker,
Georgo Welchert, M. PltxL
Leo Wardlan. k'rxA oidemann.
A. Meldtlnger, Al wmi.w'w ,
it the Field ClubT
This evening at tho club.Mr. Sam Rey
nolds will have four guests; Mr- A. IX
Thursday Mrs. R. F.' Thomas will havo
5lx guests at luncheon.
Saturday evening Dr. J. F. Anson will
Free of Impurities
Eczema Gone! Acne, Tetter,
Rash, Pimples, Carbun
cles, Boils Banished!
The uoder layer of skin Is a flna pet
frptU at tiny blood vessels in which tha
ruinous blood remedy, a B. R, works
wt,th remarkable activity. This Is why
B. 8. a, the best known blood purlflsr,
bas such a positive action in the skin,
rtisra Is one Ingredient in a E. 8, which
peculiarly stimulates cellular or glan
Jul&r activity to select from the blood
cr from this fine network or blood ves
sels In the akin, those elements which
'X requires for regeneration.
Under the Influence of 8, 8. B. this
Saa network of blood vessels in tha
kin Is constantly Uklnsr from tha
Mood the nutrition required for healthy
tissue, and; the cause of disease Is just
as constantly becoming removed, seat
tered and rendered harmless. These
facts aro more fully explained In a
book on skin troubles sent by The
Swi't Specific Co, 10 Bwltt Bid. At.
lanta, Os. You will find a 8. R on sale
at all drug storas. Gt a bottlo to-day
w4 banish all skin afflictions.
PETERSON IS NOT KEEN
ABOUT AIRSHIP TRAVEL
Tholega department of the Union Ta
clflc recolved a letter from B, J. Peterson,
general claim agent for the road, who Is
traveling In Europe, reporting that ho
Is having a most enjoyable trip and that
he sees ordoes something new every day.
He Stated that he was a iasenaer In
the famous Zeppelin airship that makes
regular passenger trips from Uerlln to
rcankiort. a distance of some 100 miles.
Mr. reterson said thot he chose the air.
ship In preference to the trains because
tha Oerman trains are the worst ho ever
rode In, but If he ever had tn e,o,
between the two again he would select
the train no matter how slow and lack
ing in accomodations and conveniences
It was. "Airships aro too thrilling for a
man with heart trouble," said tho letter.
SALOON KEEPERS NOT GUILTY
OF VIOLATING ELECTION LAW
Three saloonkeepers, arrested election
day for keeping their places of business
open, were found not guilty In police
court and discharged. William Koenlgs-
bruegie. Twenty-fourth and Leaven
worth; Louts Cantonla, Sixth and Vterce,
and Charles Mexeger, ZXT! South Twenti
eth, were the men arrested and .lis-missed.
HEAVILY FINED FOR HITTING
LITTLE GIRL WITH A BRICK
John Anderson, K03 Leavenworth street,
was fined tS3 and costs tor hitting Helen
O'Brien, -yoar-old daughter of P.
O'Brleri, 830 South Nineteenth street, with
a brlok. The little girl testified that she
had been playing near an excavation on
South Nineteenth street and when she
accidentally kicked some dirt Into the
ditch Anderson had thrown a oriel:
wheh struck her In the back, Tha child
had to bo carried Into court to testify.
Anderson, however, said that ha did not
throw the missile and that In ordering
her away from the ditch she ran, tripped
and fell on the brick.
JENSEN DIVORCE HEARING
rtobert Peroy Jensen, Omaha physician.
and his wife whom he la suing for di
vorce, appeared tn Judge English's dis
trict court yesterday for a hearing of Mrs.
Jensen's motion to compel her husband
to pay her temporary alimony. The hear
ing was postponed until Friday.
THIEVES STEAL MONEY
FROM TROUSERS POCKET
M. Slndhelmer. 202 North Eighteenth
street, reported to the police that while
he was asleep some one entered his
room and took $31 out of his trousers
pocke(. Ho placed his garments over a
chair upon retiring and wheu he awak
ened tn tho morning he found them out In
tho hall and the money gone.
MULLEN CASE HEARING IS
POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY
Arthur Mullen, former attorney general
of Nebraska, was granted a postpone
ment of the case In which he Is charged
by Harry Brooksteln, a newsboy, wllh
assault and battery. The hearlnr was st
for Saturday to allow MUllen to collect
soveral of his witnesses.
Because Illfka Taub, a Russian Jewess
who came to this country recently, mar
ried Halllm Omar, a Turk, hor relatives,
who are also new arrivals In this coun
try, she says, havo not onty accomplished
her ostracism from church, bu ar.t at
tempting to get revenge In a manner
that Is bringing about her financial ruin.
Mrs. Taub Is 38 years old and came to
this country with her three children, tho
eldest of whom Is 16, when her husband ,
died. 8ho started a tiny grocery store at
H43 North Nineteenth street, and man
aged to support herselt and children.
8he was always a devout worsh'per at
the Russian Jewish church she belonged
to, and was held In high esteem by her
countrymen who thlckvy populate- tho
A year and a half ago sho mt Halllm
Omar, who was then working In the
Union I'aclflo shops. He courted her ar
dently and had obtained her promise of
marriage when ho recolved a call from
his native land to return and join thn
Turkish army against the warring
Ho went, and served ten months, re
turning a month ago.
Last Saturday a local justice of the
Dpaco nerformed thn mnrrlnirA MrMtinw
Women's clubs ( nml tho COUplo went t0 Uv ln tho ,mall
rooms in me'-rear or mo grocery store.
When Mrs. Taub-Omar's .relatives
heard of thn marriage, she was Immedi
ately shunned by her former friends, end
Sunday night she received threatening
Tho same night a crowd of men and
women came to tho store and broke
windows and destroyed much of her
slender grocery stock. Hor relatives told
her, she said to the police, that they
would kill hor Mohammedan husband,
and her too.
Monday night some one entered the va
cant store next door and attempted to
fire the building so that It would destroy
the grocery store, she said.
It was then that sho sent her husband
of.a.day away to his former rooms. She
called the police and an Investigation was
made, but nothing camu of" It then.
Last night the little store was again
surrounded by a crowd of excited peoplo
and threats wero made. Pollco Sergeants
Cook, Samuclson and Vanous tried to ar
rest some of tho trouble makers, but the
latter were too fleet- of foot.
Mrs. Taub-Omar' has' been forced to
lock up liter store for tho last two days,
and what customers havi not already
been driven away by her tormentors,
could not come Inside to buy. As a re
sult, the woman Is tn serious financial
Her children have been taicori away
from her by her relatives, Mrs. TaUb
Omar says, and their young minds aro
being poisoned against her. 'They're
teaching the little ones to call mo a
"meshumed" and "a bad woman," she
sobbed to a policeman. "Can't so mo ono
help mo I thought this was a tree coun
try." Tho police assured her that she would
bo protected, and detectives wcro detailed !
to stay ln the neighborhood to learn tho
Identity of some of her tormentors.
Mrs. Taub his tiled complaints of dis
turbing the peace against Mrs. and Miss
Hollander, Eighteenth and Nicholas
streets, and Mrs. A. Cohn and Mrs. S.
Qreenburg, Eighteenth and Charles
Mrs. Taub asserts the whole trouble
was Instigated by her parents, Mri and
Mrs. M. Vine, who live next to tho Hol
lander family. Mrs. Taub will attempt
to persuade two of her threo children,
Bessie, aged 15 years, and Jake, aged 1"
years, to leave their granupurents whom
they havo been visiting, and coma and
Hvp with her.
6 P. M.
Thpy Were Formerly Priced at
SlITanl $12.50 and Are the
Very Best Values You Can
Find Anywhere Around Town
Lingeries, Batistes and Voiles; Scores
of Pretty Styles for Your Selection
$10 and $18 LINEN COATS Thursday 14.95
Our entire stock of linen coats aro included at this price
fourths and full length pure linens and crashes,
suitable lor traveling and automobile wear.
Wide rdngo of styles, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
values, your choice Thursday for
Yes indeed they're special. "Waists
that are remilar $1.50 values for G9e
lU AH latest summery ef
fects, made of lingerie materials and voiles
daintily trimmed with laces, emhroidery
and colored trimmings. Choice
25c WASH GOODS, Thursday, 6c
A cleanup of several hundred yards of wash goods,
including dimities, lawns, voiles, foulards, ging-
hamsj etc. In stripes and figured designs. Wide range of desirable pat
terns and colorings. Materials that were priced at 25c; Thursday, yard,
Oh! the Saucy New Shapes in FALL
MILLINERY First Showing Thursday
EARLY Fall Millinery, new, correct and inexpensive.
Just the sort that every woman will welcome as a
change from the styles that have become so common dur
ing the summer. Our representative has returned fron (j
the east and is rairly bubbling over with enthusiasm and
new ideas which ho brought home for you. And new mil
linery, too, which will receive its first showing Thursday.
Black Satin Hats at $2.98
Tho showing for Thursday of black satin hats 1b without parallel in
the city. Simply trimmed with rlbbou butterflies, wings, qq
stickups and moire. Specially pricod upward from .... Pfcit?0
Imported Velvet and Plush Hats
A charming collection, fine quality salts silk velvet. The kind that
is so scarce. Most wanted shades and black,, specially priced at
$5.00, $6.75, $7.50 and $10.
Orkin Bros. Your Home Store.
MILITIA MANEUVERS ENDED
Ptate Troops Break Camp and leave
for Their Homes.
OFFICERS COMPLIMENT THE MEN
Few Caura of SleUne Appenr and
When tho Camp Ilrcuks bat One
Mnn. U Kftunil ln tbe.
Twelvo hundred state militiamen lirnlsu
measures. Inspector Pegs arrested the
pair Tuesday afternoon following: several
complaints from residents in the north
part of tho city.
REV AUGUST LAMBRECHT
MARRIES AT CEDAR RAPIDS
Hev, August Lnmbrecht, pastor of the
German Lutheran church of Cedar Rap
ids, la,, formerly of ,thls city, was mar
ried Tuesday noon to Miss Victoria Fas
ter of Cedar Rapids. 'Lambrecht Is a
brother-in-law of Motorcycle Officer
George Emery, who received news of the
I ' I
FIJJED FOR ASSAULTING
TEAMSTER WITH SHOVEL
Ull( llalley, colored, living at SO South
Twenty-fourth street, was fined 10 ami
cosu for assaulting o. Mornlnsstar. a
teamster llvln at 170B Leavenworth
street, with a shovel. llalley, who Is em.
ployed In repairing; a portion of North
HELEN FRY'S FUNERAL TO
BE HELD FRIDAY MORNING
The funeral of Helen Try, Sfit Blrney
street, will take place from the family
residence Friday mornlnr at 10 o'clock.
Tho body arrived hera Tuesday evening
from Hot springs. 8. v., where Miss Pry
was fatally stricken with acute appen
dicitis Monday, Interment will b at
Forest Lawn cemetery.
Dr. Frpcmnntel'a Pnrrtv ell.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Freemante'
ifave a farewell song recital at the IIapp
Hollow club Tuesday evening. A large
number of their friends and the musl:
lovers of Omaha wero present and !by
their appreciative applause showed their
approval of tho music. Dr. Freomantel
was ln flno voice and gave the program
with the same artistic finish and mastery
of detail that Is always apparent in his
singing, and have won him a hlch rank
as a vocalist, Although the program was vera
camp at Waterloo yesterday after j vod(jlnK WedneBcay morning .The couple
tnree cmy 01 neayy unum a. u pri. , w, 8pend ft month thfl PaclfIo CQa8t(
Adjutant Qeneral PhU U Hall and staff ft Wch u,ey w bJ at homo ,n
saw me ypunv suomsmcn uuuu; n.cn cedar Rapids.
trains tor nomo. oix. spccim uoma lur
ried the militiamen away. The camp
i broke ut G o'clock In the morning, tmct
the guardsmen had eaibn a 5 o clock
With the breaking of camp tho maneu
vers of tho state troops ended. These
maneuvers', Including ninety mil's of
marchlntr, threo days of hard drilling
and a sham battle, wero performed to
thu entire satisfaction of commanding
officers, who commended the men on
tha manner In which they entered Into
the spirit of tho work.
"Tho guardsmen liuvu dona well," aald
Brigadier General Joseph A. Storch.
"Considering the conditions under vnlnh
they worked, the result of tho maneu-
has been gratifying." General
t r1 tit ttvlnnlnMll.. at..
lighter vein well suited to an out-of-door i d,recl co"a"d ot the c.am? for tno
concert, some of them required much i 8anUttry conJ't'0" maintained
skill In the Interpretation. "The Threo en c"es 01 "ic""0" vv '"'
ine gutHAiiMJ.ciii tuner vm v. "i
while at camp. Major C. W. WaUlen of
.1 l......ltnl M.a.n a-aalrl 1i rind hul'Ar
very generous und responded o each!1"" "" .' : H ..7 "
. rr . ....l i seen such gooa nauun iuum. ou m-n
body of citizen soldiery. Major J. M
Spealman. In charge of the field hospital.
i Storch also commended tho offlcens In
Comrades" In the second group deserves
especial mention. Dr. i"reinantcl was
Twenty-fourth street, attaokod Mortilnt
tar when the latter Insisted upon Urn - Iters and turned over tc
iu a. team over some worn' which holJiatron mien uiDbons.
had Just completed I This morning Griffey, who has been
Girl Misses Man
Who Was to Meet
and Marry Her
Maude. Hammer, a 19-year-old girl from
Sugar City, Idaho, came to Omaha last
nlht to meet Thomas Griffey, her fiance,
and to be married to him. lie was to
conn from his home tn Kansas City and
writ her at the depot platform. She
waited for several hours for her lover,
and when he failed to appear she sat
down on a bench and cried.
A "news-butcher." working on one of
the outgoing trains, obtained her story
and was trying to get her to go away
with him when l'ollctmtn Charles Jen
sen unw up. The man fled, and by the
time Jensen learned his Intentions rrotii
the lrl, he had disappeared.
The lilrl wa sent to police headquar-
the care ot
group with an encore, "Lovo Ja a nub- I
ble," Allltaen; "If All the Young Maid,
ens," Lohr, and the old Irish "Molly Ma
lone" being the numbers.
Mrs. Freemantel contribute! a larB
share to th, evening's enjoyment with her
sympathetic accompaniments. Dr. and
Mrs. Freemantel leave very oon to niaka
I their home In Minneapolis.
Following Is the program:
'lf I Were a noso" Llddle
"The Plague of Love" DeArne
"i'hyllla Has Such Charming 11 races..
"Come to tho Garden of Love".. '...Halter
Blgmund'a Llebesl.ed" Wagner
"Sly Heaven" '. nussel!
"Itenr.ember or Forget" Lucas
Lollta" ., Busil-Peccia i
. A. Spirit Flower" Campball-Ttpton I
"Three Comrades" Herrmann
x, .. PART IU
"A Itosy Morn".., Konalu
"A. Birthday' Cowen
"La Donnae Mobile" Verdi
II. M. It.
Promlara of the Prcaa Asvnta.
The Girls from Starland.- the attrac
tion selected to start off the ensuing the
atrical season at the aayety theater, la
said to be the most expensive and elab
orate organisation ever attempted In bur
lesque and the management promises an
niiicriainmeiu mm will compare with
had several cases of heat prostration to
treat, but these recovered ulmoat im
mediately, and when camp broke thore
was only one man In the hospital,
SHORT MEASURE GIVFRS
FINED IN POLICE COURT
George Haecke of La Platte, Neb., and
It. S, Thompson of Benson were eaoh
fined S3 and costs In police court
for selling potatoes In short weight
will surely "get" you"
if you are careless und
jm neglect the Sto'raacli,
Liver and Bowels. Be
on guard, and at the
first sign of trouble al
as ways take i
a HOST ETT E R 9 S 1
It tones, strengthens, in-1
a vigorates the entire sys-1
tern. Try it now. ,
Nadine Face Powder
In Grem Box On"y )
Makes The Complexion Beautiful
iT is PURD
Money Back If Not
The toft, velvety
mains until pow
der is washed oft
Purified by a nen
sunburn and return of discoloratlons
The increasing popularity Is wonderful.
Wiirrn, Flesh, Pink, Brunette. By
toilet counters or mail. Price 50 centj.
MTIOffAt. TOILET COMPANY. Ports. Turn
Sold by Orandels' Drug Dep't, Jleaton
Drug Co . aivl others.
M. 0. Walcott, Mgr.
Modern throughout, special
attention to out-of-town sh p
pers, theatre and fall festival
parties. Quiet, homolike; two
minutes' walk to shopping and
ltooms with bath,
ltooms without bath,
14th and Howard.
New Fat Reducer Found
In Tasty Candy Drops
(Prom l'opular Medicine.
It Is now known for a certainty that
those tasty little boranlum Jujubes do act
as an absorbent and ellintnam ot fatty
and oily deposits ln the body. They eeem
to he the long- sought obesity remedy, for
they are effective without belnir Injurious,
and their use Involves no special d.eilng.
exercising, bathing or anything burden
unit. lUelr medical constituents have
lonx enjoyed a reputation for their value
lu corpulent conditions, but It remained
s t y . .k.dmld t mmhln. (nun. 111
,k. ki .w i.r.,. "7 i 'r u"u" .
ro uuuKoa , palatable c&Ruy form, ineir success is
to play the higher priced houses. The attested by the growing demand for them
cast selectod includes several musical I at the drug stores of this country One
comedy favorites who have been seen i boranlum Jujube after each meal and one
here lu Important roles. The seat sl j ' upon retlilng Is the prescribed dosage.
opens next Friday morning at 10 o'clock, Advertisement.
Rent a Brand New
$3 a lVaonih--3
Free Drayage If Rented
. for Six Months.
Free Stool, Scarf, Tuning
50 Pianos to Select From.
SchmoIIer & Mueller
1311-13 Farnam Street.
Jml m V ffPssS
IUM1 ... fJ
tut you'll never enjoy g
any vaca'lon as much g
as you will a week at .
tbechannlngchsletat "y J
r.wliM hi. In tha rnftdl&n.
ItocklM. fc'lelU ! vcrlUbta ptn
dialar nolidaj maker. There
npi fiablnz, delightful drUrm.
.1 .4 . . ..limlia thn.' ncmAftblll
cenrT-nj sehu'et at Emeretl
bkl ibU a oalr lor tamoe,
n ,L r.in. eVi.t thm' the
OtnadUn lUxklra Htnpat FUld, Uaaff. Lak
Iiaw.OUoier andVictoria ou tbaCaaadlan
I'.otflo. I'll igiwl liiaerariM and mall
"Fwifle CuutToura" it joo write
George A. Walton, Gen'l Ajt.
224 S. Clark SUeat CUcsm
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