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THE BEE: OMAIIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1913.
By MELLIFIOIA. Tuesday, September 9, 1913.
HE new autumn hat was particularly lato In appearing this year
Towing to the torrid heat, but Saturday evening at tho Country
club quite a number were noticed.
Miss Elizabeth Davis and Miss Mcnlo Davis, who have Just re
turned with tholr mother, Mrs. F. H. DavlB, from a summor In Watch Hill,
K. I., Atlantic City and Now York, were among the guostn at tho club.
Hiey wore dainty net blouses with the pleated collar and white skirt with
wide black girdles. Both young women woro new autumn chapcaux of.
black velvet In Tarn O.'Shanter style. This Scotch head-dress Is rather try
ing, but was most becoming to tho Misses Davis, who aro among tho most
beautiful young women In socloty.
This new Tam O'Shantor is not at all like tho original Scotch bonnet,
but Is more like the TamB or caps worn by tho French artists In Paris, and
is more graceful and becoming. The now design gives promise of being
especially popular, as It can bo worn with different costumes, and Is also
comfortable for motoring.
A pretty wedding was solemnised at
high mass at tho Church of the Assump
tion this morning at 0 o'clock, when Miss
Anna Malek became the bride of Dr.
As the strains of Lohengrin's wedding
march pealed ' forth tho chwicel gates
were opened and the bride, with the best
man. Mr. Charles Bmrovsky, approached,
followed by the bridesmaid and groom.
The bride was resplendent In white
charmeuse and rose point studded with
ptarls; a Juliet cap of Hohemlan lace and
long tulle veil and an lmmcnso bouquet
of brides' roses completed her costume.
Her only ornament was a diamond sun
burst, a gift of the groom.
The bridesmaid, Miss Bess Malek, was
gowned In pink French satin richly em
broidered In rhlnestones and point
desprlt and carried, American Beauty
After nn extended western tour Dr. and
Mrs. Kovak will, be at home to their
friends at 17 South Twenty-third street.
At the Field Club.
Mrs. Ilobert It. Manloy was hostess at
one of tho larger social affairs todoy
when she entertained at luncheon at tho
Field club. Covers were placed font
C. E. OUen,
A. E. Ilogers,
A. D. Smith,
A. V. Hhotwell,
F. A. Hhotwell,
13. W. Blater,
J. O. SUord,
W. L. Unslcker,
D. I.. Wagner,
W. IX. Wood,
V. L. Wood.
C. 11. Dogut-,
K. P. lloyer,
V. II. Boylcs,
C. E. nurinelater,
P. 11. Burleigh,
C. W. Calkins,
B. L. Dantorth,
li II. Dreshaus,
F W. Engler,
E. A. Illgglns,
W 1C Maloney,
F H. Myers,
Mrs. Stearns' Birthday Anniversary.
Mrs. Elisabeth Stearns celebrated her
tlghty-second birthday anniversary this
aflornooit at the homo of her daughter,
Mli Elisabeth Stearns. During tho
afternoon man of her old and young
friends dropped in to wish her many
l appy returns of the day. Mrs. Stearns
has been seriously ill this summer and Is
now some better.
Tho wedding of Miss Irene Marchant,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Mar
chant, to Mr. John Milton Watt took
placo at tho home of Itev. M. V. Hlgbec,
who porformed the ceremony, Monday
afternoon at 6 o'clock.
The bride wore a gown of white lin
gerie and carried bride roses. Miss Louise
Spencer was bridesmaid and Mr. Leo
Marchant, brother of tho bride, served as
Following tho ceremony, a wedding sup
per was served at the homo of tho bride's
parents. Only tho Immediate relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Watt will leave Friday
for Trinidad, .Colo., whero they will make
Judge Lobingier Returns to States.
The San Francisco Call says of a prom
"Charles Sumner Loblngler, judge of the
court of first tnstanco of tho Philippines,
who arrived In this city Saturday on the
transport Thomas, en route to the cast,
has been selected by tho University of
California to deliver a course of lectures
on tho modern civil law of the Philip
pines, Including Spanish law.
"Judge Loblngler states that although
American procedure prevails In tho courts
of tho Islands, except that the Jury sys
tem is not In force, tho bulk of the Span
ish laws are In use. These differ mater
ially from American law."
Return from Summer Outings.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Johnson and son,
Stanfleld, returned home Sunday morn
ing, after spending several weoka at
Lake Dunmoro In the Green mountains
of Vermont. They enjoyed an extended
motor trip through the eastern mountains
and visited Atlantic City, New York,
Waehlnston and other places of Interest.
Mrs. Catherine Crelghton, Miss Etta
Crelghton and little Miss Catherlno Coad
havo returned from Bald Eagle lake, Min
nesota, where they spent the summer.
Mrs. N. B. Updike and children, Nelson,
Jr., and Haiti.' have returned from a fort
night's stay at Clearwater Lake, Minne
sota, and Minneapolis.
Mrs. J. B. Smeaton will entertain at
bridge Saturday for Miss Ola Belle Hervey,
a September bride, Mrs. J. Nye McAllis
ter of Chicago will arrlva tomorrow and
will bo matron of honor at tho wedding.
OMAHA GIRL WEDS IN CHICAGO
AND MOVES TO OLD HOME.
MBS. WILLIAM II. MARBLE.
Neo Miss Lucllio Parrish.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levlnson gave a
farewell party Sunday evening In honor
of Miss Effio Wallace of Chicago, who
has been visiting here. The house was
decorated with palms and ferns. Dancing
and card games provided the evening's
entertainment, prizes being won by
Joseph Stleflor and Miss Hattle Stein
berg. Thoso present were:
Mrs. Phillip Potter, president tho
diocesan branch of tho woman'rlnixtllary
to the Episcopal board of missions, who
has been spending a few days In Lin
coin, will go to Beatrice today to attend
a district meeting of tho auxiliary. Mrs,
Potter was tho guest of Mrs Guy Brown
at Arbor over Sunday .and of Mtsa
Luclnda Loomls. She conferred vrlfh a
number of church workers In reference
to the Junior branches of the auxiliary.
At Happy Hollow.
A number or dinner parties win do
given this evening at the club preceding
the muslcale. Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Payne will have twenty guests in com
pliment to the quartet and organist from
St. Mary's Avenue congregational
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Walrath will have
as their guests at dinner;
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Thorne,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walrath.
Miss Olive Hammond.
Miss Isabel Havens of Atkinson. Neb.
Dr. J. C, Hammond.
Miss Alice Carter will entertain ten
guests at dinner this evening for Miss
Edna Foster of Cincinnati, guest of Mrs.
R, W. ConneU. J. L. Adams will have
four guests; A. R. Wells, eight; Albert
SIbbernsen, four; Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Belden. six; I. Blbbersen, sixteen; Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Walrath, eight; John Mc
Donald, four; E. W. Gunther, fifteen;
W. I. Miller, six, and T. W. Blackburn,
Mrs. ' II. Rothkop entertained at cards
Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. R.
Gross of Lincoln and Mrs. A. Goodson,
who will leave Friday for California,
where she will make hor 'homo. Prises
were won by Miss Ruth Gross, Mrs. A.
B. Alprin, Mrs. Goodson, Mrs. Gross, Mrs.
Hornsteln and Mrs. Lapldus. Thirty-five
guests were present.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Newton enter
tained at a week-end party Saturday
and Sunday at their new home, 3151 Ma
son street. In celebration of their tenth
wedding anniversary. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs, George Beemer.
Florence Hoyo, Laura Rann,
Ila Bridges, Edna Bridges.
Dr. Fred Whltoomb, Leo Karer,
Bert B. Baum, Glen Whltcomb.
For the Future.
A party was given for Mr. Albert An-
dresen at his home Saturday evening.
The lawn was decorated with Japanese
lanterns. The evening was spent in play
ing games and refreshments were served
when those present were:
Caroline Peterson, Marie Smith,
John Harrom, John Swanson,
Wilbur Grandvllle, Elmer Llndblade.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Andresen.
Miss Verna Griffin entertained Satur
day evening in honor of Henry M. Beg
ley, who has been studying in the east.
Tho evening was spent In cards and danc
ing. The following were present:
B. Dave Ryan.
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Mr. and Mrs. John It. Whlttaker.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Webster have re
turned from Atlontlo City, where they
spent most of the summer.
Miss Frances Wessells has gone to New
Vork and Tioga, Pa., to visit friends. Af
ter u, few weeks' stay she will return
accompanied by Little Mlna Julie and
Master Samuel Caldwell, jr., who aro
visiting their grandmother in T16ga, Pa
Mrs. J. L. Med rath and family wll
leave about October 1 for Minneapolis,
whero they will reside.
I Dr. Harriet Llndt and Mrs. Jessie
I Clark returned Tuesday morning1 from an
extcttded eastern trip. Mrs. Clark visited
her eon, Mr. George Monroe Clark while
in New York.
'Misses Margaret and Katherine O'Grady
have gone to Chicago to visit friends for
Mrs. W. R. Lavender and son, Albert,
, huvo returned after spending the summer
Mr. Clarence Darlow, son of Mrs. Al
fred Darlow, will leave this evening to
enter his sophomore year at Cornell unl-
I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahoney have re
' turned from an extensive motor trip In
the Women of Omaha and Vicinity
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 11, 12 and 13
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One Big Carnival
Show is Sure to Be
Clean, Says Weaver
"Dad" Weaver, secretary of Ak-Sar-
Een, has engaged at least one clean
show for the carnival. That sterilized
act Is entitled. "Sibley's Divine Girls."
who take a bath every half hour. Tho
six beautiful specimens ot womankind,
'who got real pay for bathing', have a
special pond, thirty by twelve feet long
end wide and flvo and a half feet deep,
In which to play. Each of the women
hold trophies and are, of course, experts
ut diving, swimming, floating and at
t lac tin:,' attention.
Ono of the yoiinr women weighs 250
pound, which she tosses Into the tanU
with much enthusiasm every once In a
while. The result la what ehe terms the
American splash. As the American
splash Is especially Bplathfut. the tank
must be filled after each demonstration.
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GusHarte Has His
County Commissioner llarte Monday
hdl his nephew, Herman Harto, arrested
or speeding In an automonlle.
' Mr. JIurte was returning from Inspect
.ns romo bridges and Deputy Sheriff ISd
.-,oover was with him. Touns llarte was
r!d.a with Arthur Klopp In a car which
was proceeding at a rapid rate,
i "Metlo, uncle." said young llarto.
".lellc, cerhew," replied the county
, com mis loner, "just coma along with the
;u-':'i:?r luerc. '
-to two victims were fined $5 each In
The campalsn to collect county licenses
Iron iaiorcoMIe ownera started by the
boa.'tj u! Cqunty Canisilscionera tfcttii:.y
Is a-l!ijkx about $ a day laiu the
A c:BFUio of tducntlcn trhKih miaa
'that rtti catds 3iay ieeocnee as
cuimnuu H-.tXTit Ua .neat gar.cnttlon' ias
ttn csutt y Ji"ev Tarfi stfystc&ns
Hrt Is. a. '.be ." '-tfotVta' wntch lha
doctors- lay vfil grevent. the. a nn.ua!
. vUiiatfoir C ISa t)N:
Xon't :it 5r l JrrrJj&t-j- car.
Lon't jteet tn 5oc reot.
''-'o.i'. a.oiJ .rwfc, tr."
t',n-. j.j:. ,'oi...iB: at na8 tina
rvw:tan. eductsv our wfnltrtt-'
t c'd tm I'll C t as. aIVstttjr loa
'Ji taastntnlWti iHax 3us TrtU Cmt
iitUuir Vtir lsIc lir all firugctata. -jLfi-ycjtlnr.T.r.it.
MORE PUPILS ATTEND SCHOOL jf
Good Increase is Shovn Over Enroll
ment Last Year.
SOME SCHOOLS ARE CONGESTED
Walnut Hill 363
Total . 16.857 17,160
Must Not Wear the
Teachers In the public schools, while
not expressly forbidden to do so, are
carefully avoiding the diaphanous and
slit skirts, reaiine ttte displeasure of the
Board of Education.
"That kind of clothes cannot be classed
an exactly decent," said one member of
I the school board, "and It Is to be hoped
none of the teachers will appear In a
diaphanous or slit skirt."
Another member ot the Board of Kdu
catlon said he " had no fear that the
Omaha school teachers would "disgrace"
tho profession by appearing to teach the
young In such "outlandish garb."
President E. Holovtchlner of the Board
of Education believes the school teachers
ure rapable of handling the dress prob
lem all by themselves and thinks there
will be no occasion to prescribe the cloth,
ins they shall wear.
Mnre Itooin Could ttr lined tn Some
of the IlnlldlnK Donlilr Shift
Ik Uiieil In Home of th
The total enrollment in the public
schools on the opening Uu- rcirhfd
17,160, an Increase of IU3 over the en
rollment of 1912, nn the first day. The
usual Increase the first duy Is Ko.
Superintendent K. V- draff said the
principal Increases In attendance will be
In the northwestern part uf the city
where all buildings are crowded,
Lothrop school Is congested so that It
Is necessary to run six rooms on double
shift An eight room annex could be
used thero this year, according to Super
Attendi'ni'c ut Sa'ntofa deereased 100
this year and Miller Park Increased 100,
a change tho Board of Education had an
ticipated. Monmouth Park, Central and Miller
Park schools are greatly crowded. Park
school is also congested. Several schools
showed slight falling off In the enroll
ment on the opening day.
Ulzh School of Cornmarce.... n
from Pistol Wound
Alfio Marro, who a month ago was shot
down at the south end of the Sixteenth
street viaduct by his brother-in-law, Blla
dolfo Qlbellvca, over tuma domeatlo diffi
culty, has completely recovered and was
dismissed from St, Joseph's hospital last
week, Qibellsco, who was releiubd on
bond after the trouble, has disappear!.
An attempt to locate him la beltig made
by the authorities,
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LIGHT SHOWERS AND ALSO
LIGHT FROSTS IN NEBRASKA
The railroads report light showers Id
many placea In Nebraska Monday night,
but nothing In the way of general rain.
Lyons, Crete. Sutton, Hastings and Ne
braska City report from one-fourth to
oae-half Inch of precipitation.
All orer tho state the weather was
much cooler yesterday. Monday night
according to the railroad reports, there
H 5 J wn light frosts at a number ot points
In tho randhil country-
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