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T1IB BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914.
By MELLIFICIA. Wednesday, February 18, 1914.
AVE you tried tbc tango on your Ice skntc&7 I read In ono ot tho
Kansas City papers, whero this Is tho all-absorbing pastlrao of
that city, and In New York and Boston, and In tho Canadian cities,
they have tango music for tho skating.
Tho Dutch roll and cutting tho flguro on skates is no longer tho cov
eted Btunt, but to bo able to go through tho intrlcato figures of tho now
dances and do them gracefully takes a decidedly expert skater.
The Brazflllan Maxlxc, which Is danced mostly on the heels, will provo
qulto difficult. And tho Innovation, tho newest danco to bo Introduced
by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle, will bo tho most difficult of all, becauso
the dancer, or skater, receives no asslstnnco from tho partner, going
through tho various steps while about a foot from tho partner, and not
even touching hands.
Creighton Medical Hop.
otUu.iu u tn ctu.Biun Mcdlinl to.
lego neiu mo mat jut'-i-Arnica uuucu ui
Lnamuvra' oaiuniB ucaucmy i'ucaau
A laiee number of students and friend
were present and on cnjuyublo evening
was 8cnL The cdstlo wnlK held com
plete sway througnoul thu evening.
Tho committee In clmrse Inuudcti J. It,
K Icy la. prcslucnt; Neal .McKuc, vice
prealdeht, utls MontanWmler, secretary,
and aicn VVhltcomb, trcasujon. Those
Mar. Hlctianlson, Catherine Shields,
Irene Sticker, Ucucviovo Voting,
H, Kcatery, ncie McUwn of
Claire aeaiivreati, Uenver, Colo.,
Hatet Truoll, Mario dross,
Wary Welch. h. jiclns,
Peecy aafford, Irene illckcl,
Margaret O'Connor, Klla Peska,
.AIICO .11811011, VV. JIOSO,
Iluth N. Iluntlker,
Mary A. Taylor,
Margaret GrtcnouKh.MIIdred Harbor,
Gertrude Stodden, Murgaret Cott,
, V. Kohlr.
O. O. Carleman,
Thomas N orris,
xCharlrs K Hoff,
r,6. J. Kadiy,
(. J, Dlerkei.
Charles F. Cobry,
K. A. Pollacb,
V. C noifurz,
u. F. u I lien,
Br. Chillies Edwardi
M. 15, arles,
H. A, Itasmussen,
Arthur J. Offennan,
J. P. Bheehy,
K. Q. Klcck,
T. u Draney.s"
AV. C. Hronek,
Thos, P. o Connor,
C. K. Moulin,
W. V. Bchielner,
A. II. Hendrlckson, F. J, Traxler,
l)r. K. Cllne, Mlko Arnold,
Walter Peterson, Dr. Donald H, Pitts
J. Hrodford MurphQ. D. Whltcomb.
Wnilam Klewlt, Maurlco H. Griffin,
Kred Witt; James Eean,
Charles F. Shook. Hansom Fowler,
JUley Roche, J..: A. Gogertyv
Iwrence F. Braun Justin .Young, -Cecil
Vaughn, G. DeMay,
11. C. ntissum. Hlmon A. Levey,.,,
Dr. rhll Levey, Dr. Charles tfecdha:
Y V. J, M6ran. (
The members ot tho West Omaha Moth
era' Culture club nafo a Ueorgo Wash
ington party In honor, ot tltolr husbands
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V-W. Cur
mlchaet Tuesday evening. The woms
wero decorated with American Uks and
the ovenlng spent with card. Prizes
wero won by Mrs. L. C. HuUhlnson and
Mr. W. N. Maker. Several piano selec
tions were given by' Mrs. B, Q. Hamilton.
Kuppcr was ijervcd ami those present
were: .. ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hamilton.
Mr. and Mr It: A: .McFariane. j
Mr, and Mrs. C, V. Hutchinson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Metzger.
Mr. and Mrs. James Corr.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. White.
Mr. and Mrs. U K. Doty.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson.
Mr. an4 Mrs. K. O. Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs, W. N. Uaker.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Dozler.
Mr. aa Mrs. W. W. Carmlchacl.
Mr. ami Mrs. P, F. Ilononden.
Dr. and 'Mrs. p. T. Parber.
Dr. and Mrs. Irtalno Tmesdcll.-
Mrs. W. T. Cox.
Mrs. F. T, levering.
Mrs. C. B., Swan.
Tiftk Weliixf; Aaaivemry.
Mr. and Mrs, WllUam J. Llnnehan cele
brated their fifth wedding anniversary
loBday event lie. Cards and music fur
nished entertainment for, the evening.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Clarke Kent and
Mr A. Havalka. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Connelly.
Mr, and Mrs. K. A. Kent.
Mr. and Mrsi Clarke Kent.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Barrows.
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Lynch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Havalka.
Mr. and Mr. C. A. Omstot.
Mr. and Mr. J. J..Llnnehan.
Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Traill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hauscner.
Mrs. J. I. Uratton of Hioux City, la.
Mra. Ellen Llnnehun.
Misses - Mlse
Mayme Llnnhan. Delia Da I Icy.
Harriet Harrows. .
Jyouls Neder. Thomas Kenney,
William Whittaker, D. Kenne,bcck.
Mrs. James Atwood entertained at a
valentine party, in, honor of Miss Nettle
Schooley Saturday evening. Those pres
Orace Itochae, Margaret Lace.
Gertrude Grunclg. Nettle Hchooley,
June Illackburn, Irene Iltgbee.
Dr. F. C. Lag;. Percy E. Uwynne,
A, Blaufuss. Dr. N. II. Atwood.
K. Larferty. Wm. Walk.
C K. Hall, Freeman Bradford.
Dr. Hayes Osantner,
Mr. and Mr. J. J, McMahon,
Mrjand Mrs. Wm. Eden.
Mr, and Mrs. James Attwood.
Mrs. Ella Clark.
The Omaha Suffrage association gave
V tea at tho home of M rs. It. C King this
afternoon, following which they adjourned
to the City ball to hear Mr Hamlin Oar.
laad. Mr. Tdward Klmou, representative
from this district to the state legislature,
was the principal speaker at the tea,
having for his nubject the "Mothers'
Pension Bill." o( which ho Is the author.
MiaMS Ethel Lyons and deorgla Steele
rendered musical selections and Mrs. H.
A, Capen rtad from Mrs. Carrie Chap
uu Catt'a "Ftw Spirit."
Club Colonial Affair.
The Woman's club of the railway
mail scrvlco entertained at a unique pa
triotic party Wednesday afternoon at the
hnmn nf Mra. Tl 1 Frantz. Each KUCit
arrived en costume and prepared to do
something to Illustrate her costume, a
statelv mlnnrl was danced In colonial
costume by Meadumea V. C. Dodds, A. C.
Hawnon, J.. IC Mutineer and J, n..qoort..
ivU)iiuvn ..... .'., ... - .
Hubbcll. W. It. Marshall and Curtis Cook,
In Indian costume, danced a.pow-wow or
Indian daitre- Thcro was also nn Im
promptu musical program. , The liosless
was assisted by Misses Elizabeth Itur
nctt, Dorothy and Marjory Frnntz.
Affairs for Mist Hamilton.
Many social affairs aro being giv.en .In
honor of Miss Marlon Hamilton of nrlt
tan. B. V., whq ls visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Friday . Mrs. Walter B. JJoberts will
give a small luncheon and Saturday" Mrs.
Louis 8. Clarke will bo hostess at a
luncheon for Miss Hamilton.
Today Mjs.. . ijlju, .Madden entertained
Informally at luncheon for this honor
guest. Pink roses were used in decora
tion nnd cOvors were placed for' ten.
Thursday Mrs. Hons Towlo' will, cntcr
tnln at 4 o'clock, tea for Miss Hamilton. .
Tuesday oVontng ' Mr. Either Itedlck
gave a dinner for Mlns -Hamilton at his
home, when the following guests were
Marian Hamilton, Mildred Butler.
Brltton, H. I), Caroline Congdon.
C. J. Irf)rd, Gerald'Wharton,
John Bedlok, ' Elmpr .Hedlck.
Mr. and Mrs.' George lledlck..
Mr. and Mrs. John Madden.
Mothers! Calture Club.
The Mothers' Culture club met today at
tho homo of Mrs. C. J. Dutton, Mrs. W.
J. Kcane being assisting hostess. The
program was on "Self-Denial," Mrs. W.
W. Fisher reading a paper which had for
Its toplp, "We mako our children's lives
too easy for the development of-sterling
character." Mrs. T. L. Combs led tho
discussion and Mrs, L. M. Maynor gavo
Items of current Interest. Roll call was
responded to with Illustrations from the
lives .ot Lincoln and Lee. s
.Mrs, Arthur C- Smith was hostess at a
children's party this afternoon at her
homo In celebration of the eighth birth
day of her little daughter, Esther. Pink
sweet peas formed the decorations and
the afternoon was spent playing chil
dren's games. Thoso present were little
Julia Caldwell. . Margaret Burgess.
Jniherlne Doorley, Margery Morehouse.
KlMuutr Bmlth, - . Barbara Burns,
Margaret Wyman, Martha Dox.
wr i-axion. uorncua liaum,
Margaret Scott, Esther Bmlth.
At the .Brandcis.
Dr, Frank T. Conlln will entertain at &
theater party this evening to seo "The
Garden pf- Allah," now being produced
at the' Brandcln. Those present will bo
Misses Carolyn Hnrdlng, Mary Hughes
of Columbus O., Sylvia Conant of Paw
tucket, It. I.; Messrs. Justus Lowe of Mil
waukee, Harry Koch and Dr. Frank T.
.mm, Kiupn west was hostess at an in
formal afternoon of bridge today at her
home, for Mlas; CarcMyn Harding and ,her
guests. Mis Hughes and 'Miss Conant.
Freexla ahd daffodils formed the docora
tlons and thrco .tables .of players were
The Sunshine club of il.n nrn- a
Custsr Woman's Belief Corpe was enter
tained at the home of Mrse, Charles a.
Everson Monday afternoon. Musle and
contests were inauigcti in and prizes won
by Mrs. Emma J, Clark and Mra. Frank
Alyord. A . Nw Epgland supper was
D. 0. N. Club
Mlsa Margaret Lage at MIS (Chicago
sircci cnieriMinf.il ih. t m i..t.
. .. . ...w. . . . viuu
Tuesday nftornoon, and also in tho
Registering at the Hotel McAlnln in
New York City during tho past week
have been Mr. I B. dough and Mr. A.
Literature Department Meets.
me iiteraturo department of the Omaha
Woman's club met today, Mrs. a. C,
Bonner being leader of thn
J. n. Adams gavo a character study,
based on lbsen'a "Master Builder," and
ir. Albert Ldhom gave a reading from
Booth Tarklnston'a "Monsieur Beau-calre."
Forest Hill Kensintrton. -
wrs. j. r. Loney entertained the Forest
Hill Kensington club at her hom n.
da afttrnoon, Mrs. It. J. Wolcott was
the guest ot the club. The next meet
Ing will be held at tho home ot Mrs.
Creighton Subscription Dance.
The Crelgliton Dental college will en
tertain at an Informal tango and Innova
tion dancing party Thursday evening; at
Turpln's academy. This la tcfa sub
In and Oat of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Samuel Friedman left last evening
for Chicago to attend the cement show
now being held there.
TAYLOR FAMMH0W HAPPY
Indigent Family Has Plenty to Eat
' and a House in Sight. v
SIXTY DOLLARS STILL NEEDED
That Much Morn AVI II Complete (he
Snin JVrprssary to Lift Storttxnfce
from (he Little Plnce
They Cnll Home.
With tho first payment mado on tho
new homo being bought for them by
readers of Tho Bee, their plans for mov
ing into it almost completed and their
temporary needs well supplied, tho family
of Mrs. Edna Taylor, north of Benson, Is
happy, both In mind and body, and they
are so delighted that they can hardly ex
press their gratitude.
Only p more Is needed to complete the
sum necrssary to Insure another donation
of S3) from County Commissioner J, C.
Lynch toward tho house fund. Because
of tho business of arranging tho purchase
of the new home, Illchard Burnell visited
only two citizens besides Mayor Dahl
man, but they both made llbcrnl subscrip
tions. Charles T. Pickens of Paxton & Gal
lagher gavo t", and Edgar V. Howo of
tho Fairmont Creamery company gave .tl
on the ' subscription list. Tcachora and
pupils of tho Nebraska School for tho
Deaf sent 120.10 to Tho Bee office, and
"F. W. B." gave $1. Moro money for
the subscription list will bo solicited
today by Mr. Burnell.
A soft conl heating stovo Is needed by
U)o Taylors fdr tho house at Thirty-ninth
and Plnknoy. streets, before 'they can
Jjovo .Into It- Any person who will do
nato such a stove Is urged to notify Mr.
Burnell, whose phone Js Webster 4130, and
he will call for It.
' Money for the house for the poor fam
ily la still being received at The Bee of
flee, and any remittances, no matter how
large- or small, will help to completo the
work for tho worthy family.
Kearney Boy Nearly
Freezes to Death in
a Refrigerator Oar
George Bentley, a 15-ycar-old boy from
Kearney, Infected with tho wanderlust.
got enough of It yesterday when ho
reached Council Bluffs and has promised
to go home and be good.
Young Bentley reached town Tuesday
and wnndercd down to South Omaha.
Thcro ho say a car of fresh meat being
loaded out for Chicago. The refrigerator
car looked good to him and slipping past
the workmen, stowed himself away Inside.
After the car was Iced It was scaled nnd
started east. Yesterday In tho Coun
cil Bluffs yards a a trainman was mak
Ing his rounds, he heard a pounding on
tho inside of tho refrigerator car and
opening It, thcro ho found Bentley nearly
frozen to death. Ho was taken. Into a
switch shanty, thawed out and released
upon a promise that he would go back
Bentley said that he felt certain that If
ho had remained In the car a few hours
more, ho would have been dead, as the
temperature tvos at about 33 degrees
above zero and there was no space for
him to exercise and keep warm. During
the night, he had eaten a pound of
bologna, but this wm not charged against
Gas Company Sues
O'Brien Estate for
Seven Years' Bill
A claim of 1937.EO for gas alleged to
have been consumed during tho last
seven years at tho home of the lato Con
OMlrlcn, .3827 Q-street, South Omaha., was
filed In county court ngalnst tho O'Brien
estate by the gas company.
The company alleged that from No
vcrobcr 17, 190. to August 1, 1913, O'Brien
socured gas which supplied ' a. rango,
a heater, and two open b"urncrs from a
bypass, which prevented the gas from
passing through a moter.
Nbw the company wants 'to chargo tho
estate at tho rate of 130 -per month dur
ing tho wintertime, 115 during the" fall
and 15 during tho spring nnd summer.
Many Inquiring or
Uheap Western Land
Land men of the Burlington, North
western and Union Pacific aro looking
for a largo number of settlors along tholr
respective line In Nebraska,' Wyoming
and Colorado during tho coming spring
and summer. It Is known that .levcrnl
hundred new settlers aro going onto tho
land they drow on tho North Platto
forest and the Valentino military icservo
and that a largo number are golmr nlo
the' government lands recently opened to
settlement in Wyoming,
Itlght now tho land department of tho
Burlington Is receiving an average, of
twenty-five letters dally from parties In
Iowa, Illinois and Missouri, asking about
tho free lamia and the cheap deeded
lands along Ita lines In Nebraska and
Wyoming. Tho other roads are receiv
ing nearly as many letters pertaining to
mo Buino Biipjrcia, wosi or tne wntiri
state that they aro farmers and that
they are -about to seek other location!
and generally that they aro prepared to
engage- In farming In a practical way.
Added to Trains
To the equipment of its trains Nos. 1
and 3 the Union Pacirio has added nurs
ing bottles. They aro an Innovation and
are said to be tho first Installed on any
railroad In the country.
The Union Paclflc'a nursing bottles aro
ot tho old . standard and familiar type,
but they have an electric heating appa
ratus that goes along with them, keeping
tho .temperature at tho desired point. To
heat the milk all that Is necessary Is to
plug into the side of the car, turn on the
current and the dynamo of the engine
does the rest.
Coming Low Cost Show
The Associated Retailers ot Omaha
hnvo unanimously endorsed the arocera'
Low-Cost-of-LlvIng show, which will be
held Ht the Auditorium, from April 16 to
April 36. During tho ten days which tho
show will continue, retailers will have
aperlal decorations for the show. The
directors of tho Grocers' association and
tho trado extension commltteo of the
Omaha Commercial club aro completing
arrangements for tho "merchants' week?'
which will be held during tho show.
About 300 grocers will decorate their
show windows with tho various articles
which aro exhibited at the show.
"Merchants' 'week" Is qulto now to
Omaha, although It -lias been hold suc
cessfully In other cities in connection
with Industrial shows mid It has not only
holpcd tho shows themselves, but has
also very materially benefited every re
taller who enters into this "merchants'
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Dr. King's New Discovery will help
cure your cough or cold, no matter how
chronlo It is. Try it. today. 60c and L
All druggjata. Advertisement.
FOUR FINED FOR KEEPING
Four keepers of disorderly houses wero
fined 1n police court". Henry Camp of
tho Lyons hotel was given 160 ami costs,
nnd Melvln Qulgley, 71ft North Sixteenth
street, fined t'S and costs. Joseph Lang
of tho Manhattan hotel, Fifteenth and
Capitol avenue, and Harry Brown ot the
Keystono hotel, Fourteenth and Douglas
streets, were, each fined 1100 and costs.
All four fines were appealed. Four
women Inmates taken were deported,
while, thrco men Inmates were each fined
110 and costs.
Omaha Spruces Up
for the Auto Show
Omaha has already begun to brighten
up a bit In preparation for tho automo
blloshow next week. Commissioner
Ityder will endeavor to have tho streets
In Immaculate condition If that be possi
ble, and the big stores of tho city, are
planning to decorate their windows nnd
stores appropriate to the occasion. The
dealers along tho row, are fixing up the
Bhow rooms with neat designs which will
pleaso even tho most skeptical. Burgess
Nash, Haydcns, Brandcis and 'all tho
other big stores have announced their In
tention of making some, special window
dlsptay In addition to appropriate dis
plays for all other wndows.
Call and Inspect
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Pills give In backache, rheumatism, kid
ney and bladder troubles. You cannot
take thenf Into your system without good
results. That Is because Foley Kidney
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Just what nature calls for to heal these
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Carroll, Sacramento. Cat., writes: "It is
a pleasure to recommend Foley Kidney
Pills, aa they Just worked wondera In
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Take her home a bottle of "hipping Cream.
At meal time she will surprise you. Whipping
Cream on pumpkin pie or any dessert makes it taste
twice as good.
We will deliver it to you whether a customer
or riot. .
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Uoad to
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Shall We Have Lamb
or Pork for Dinner?
WELL, LETS SEE
The Economy Administration Cook Book sayt:
It takes UmTj is sslaatsa per ponad to cock win ft takes perk SO xalantss
per pound, twles tbe cost for fuel. Lamb ylalfls 10S units of saertT and pork
eo.S nans. Bars Xaab br all means If 70U ax a Economy Stadent.
RICE OR MACARONI
Elcj should b ecoked SO minute, macaroni 30 minutes, nice yields 32
units of energ7 and, macaroni 28 nalti. Either dlta will be acceptable.
BEETS OR CARROTS
It takes old beets 4 boars to cook property carrot's take one hottr; one
?rt!ba fnsl. Beets yield 11.6 units of energy and carrots yield 19 units.
"Wo will hare earrott," says th wise cook.
VEGETABLE OR PEA SOUP
Vegetable soap mnat hTe at least two bonrs cooking: split pea soup three
hours but split peas hare twice th nonrlihment.
These una hundreds; of other comparisons are given In the Economy
Administration Cook nook. Tables) of measurement, time of cooking,
time ol distention, tables ol foods of all kinds) gtvlnaproteln ynlaea.la(
values, carbohydrate values) and total values. Information every
woman should Know and-tia.
The cookery of tho future must to moro intelligent than tho
cookery of the past Wo eat too much, our food Is poorly selected and
poorly prepared. We duplicate food valuea in the same meal and do a
host of things that Increase cost and decrease efficiency.
br. Harvey Wiley, noted food expert, says In tho preface ot the Eoonomy
Administration Cook Book, "Often Is the meat rendered unSt for eating by
pasting through the kitchen. How few people know bow to cook potatoes,
eggs, etc., correctly, or to bake a 'float of wholeiome bread. These are the
things, moit of alt, which the Economy Administration Cook Sock means, as
the name Implies. The health and happiness of the people depend particularly
upon two things, namely: wholesome foods and good cooking. Both are difficult
to find at the present time.1
The Famous White House Punch Bowl and Frait Basket, from the
Adminlttration Economy Book, page 633
Van hUtorlq plecM eontloa in tut at th. White Iletua. On. of Urn li an imatnt pun eh
bawl which bur too Gnat Stal la colaro; Ttxr. ar. mi matin Ins plon of th fafiamtd
"hand MtnUd" China rrlr which coat miny thousand f dollar. eveirpUo. bcartnr a different
dtoorauon. t& plctum npnaartlns bird. Sail, Soirar. fruit aBoantmau ot the United SUteti
White Houte Olive Dhhet Vted en State Occatiotun
nought by Mrt. Cleveland
Amonf th treuund and daUeate rtmilnlni ntaeoa to b $a an om Tlirlluul etitna
eltt. cup and uucori dacoratxl in pilot sink. Parban anwns the moat unlqut duhe
UMd on th Whiu llou ubla are th almond and oll? dlb--4hoiilt that ar amoc th
laait xpaolr of aU decoraUd with th Cat In color of the nation rtpraenttd at th
capital 1 uad at dlnlomaUe dlnnara. whan each ambaaotdor and nlalitar Salt en at
tha Uttl dlihe at hi plat, bttrlns th flaf of hi nauon.
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