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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1014.
YOl'NO Omnha chap, who has
make his home, and In at
narrow escape the other day.
KnnsaB City, and tho road
ecu strict there than here, It seems.
2' Omaha the other day, when a car filled with men came along on tho
" wrong side of the street and nearly ran Into the K. C. man.
J . V hereupon Mr. Kansas City turned his car around and roasted tho
; qther motorist right cordially and then started for Omaha feeling mucn
His companion, who had heen rather quiet during the escapade, then
"Do you know whom that was In the car on tho wrong side of tho
"No," said tho young man. '
"That was tho chief of police,'
At the Country Club.
An informal mbxcrlpllon Uancc will b
Riven at the Country club 'thin evening.
Among those who will attend are:
Mr. "and Mrn. Bon U. Wood.
, Mr. and Mr. Herbert Modeller, I'ltls
ijurgh Mr. and Mr. Frul Hamilton,
Mr. and Mr. J. T. Stewart. 2ti.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tracy Uurn.
' EiUabeth Uavia.
I Menle Davis".
! At the Brandeis.
q 'Many amall theater partita wera given
( at the Brandel Tuqeday, where Mr. WJIU
inm Hodgo Is the attraction.
In one of the boxes Were: MIkrf Anna
Tell, HedwlR ltosenjlock, Mildred Kubel,
Mcaara. Frcdcrlo Heyn. Edwin Kirch
braun and Hubert eioman.
Mr. and jfra." J. jl Hess of . Council
IHuffa entertained at the Brandela.thea.
tcr Tuesday evening, followed by supper
at their horqo for: '
Mr. and Mr. Charle Tet Stewart.
Mrs. John Kuykendall.
Mr. Putnam Cobb,' New Vork City.
Mr. WwavH It.. I
Mr. Ceorge Wright.
Reunion and Anniversary.
An interesting event socially Monday
evening In Bt. Paul. Minn,, was the Hn
ner which Mr. and Mrs. Grant Van fiani
Rave at their rroldence, 'Crocus place.
I In hqoor of the seventieth birthday of
I Mr. Van Kant's father, former Governor
i Samurl Van ant of SllnnVapolls, of the
tenth anniversary of their rnarrla'ae and
. the fifty-sixth birthday Vf .nncota a
There were twenty guests. Including
relatives of the former governor, who had
cpjtne from Iowa, Illinois) Nebraska unit
Various parts of Minnesota fprstho eyerit,
Tho two brothers are Claude Van Bant
of Omaha and Nicholas Van Bant of Dan.
vHe, III. The guests were seated at a
long tabic whlc,h had as a centerpiece a"
,,, fcitu mtuuiu in 'iiirn was
Mrs. Jdwln If. I.ull.-art entertained the
UeseVet club at a 1 o'clock luncheon,
followed by miction brldgo Tuesday af
ternopn. TU(p nnd piirple and white
iliac were used' profusrly throughput the
rogms. High score was made by Mrsi
JflVl Ilone- Mr- "eorgo A, Whitney
f V!C"1- JUnn.; Mr. II. u Jfnljcreffe
of Sjtella, Neb., and Mrs. A. Huston" wcro
hnpor guots. The members of the club
H. J. Holmes.
B. H. Wllklrtson.
w. it. Wdodwdrd.
Kdwln II. Ivulkart.
A. 5. KocltvfcH,
Mr. Joseph Svchla pf South Omaha, and ' JiPuf.rt fAlJ??1'!n'
.'a? i'1151, d8l,P',ler S,''i? II Mthcn?'
j-iii, imi jvavan street, were
mrsci. were marrieii
Tuesday mornlne at JQ o'cloolc by Hov
Father nmno of gt. Jpneph'a church.
The bridesmaids wr r.e Mis (Jortrude taux
an Miss Julia Adrjan. The Ushers Were
Jlr. James Pavlicek and Michael Pltxl.
j The bride wore a dress of -white Ivpry
stn, trmmed in crpam cplprpd lace, and
carried a shower bouquc of bride's roses.
I ijlss Qertrude Ipus wore' a yellow mes-
saline, trimmed In shadow ape end pearls
I. - , M.uo v.ib uuia
Aqrlan wore white crobrp.ldery voile pver
? bjuo satin anq carried a bouquM of pink
ItS The wedding celebration took place at
! the homo ot tho pride's parents. They
wfll reside at thur nev home. 151$ Jack
. sop street. AibllSht-
. Ifr. John Prelner, son et Mr. and Mr?.
B. Prelner. 19 Koutii Seventeenth street,
and Sflss Katherinp Sandhoefncr, daiBi.
ter of Mrs. n. Sandhbefner", 14C0 fioiith
KlUeenth street, were married Tuesday
roornlns at 9 p'clork at St Jpsfph'a
church, Itev Father Paclficus Knhnen
Porilens Gleaned or Byeij
Lot us help with your House
cleaning. Send ug your porti
eres, drapery .table covers, pur
eres, drapery, table cpvrs, car
pets. rugs, etc., we'll clean
them up )lke new, qr dya them
If you wish.
Our charges are very reason
able and our work t)j beat that
Skill uud Experience oen pro
duce. We'll 6entl a man to Quote
prices If you ulsli.
"Pood Cleaner junt nyem"
1515-17 Jones Bt.
Phono Doug. 003.
QIY LIQQBTT. Pres.
Wednesday, May 13, 1914.
rather recently come to Omaha to
present at the. ColonlnJ, had rather a
This man formerly resided in
rules for motorists are a little more
He was driving his motor In South
sald his companion.
officiating. Mr. Frank Prelner was beat
man and Miss Anna Weckbach was
bridesmaid, Mr. John Prelner Is director
of the St. Joseph's church choir and mem
bers of the choir sang solemn high mans
and rendered the songs for the occasion.
Miss Sandhoefncr sings w)th the choir
of Ht- Mary Magdalena's church and Is a
pupil of Miss Mary Munchhotf. They have
a largo number of friends, the church
The bride wore a gowji of while ma
Jestlc satin, trlnim'ed witli orartpe blos
soms, satin and rneruulsette roses, with
tunic ot white marquisette, finished off
with silk lace. The veil-Dutch cap. The
bride woro a pearl necklace an'1 carried
a shower bpunuct of bride's roses ' and
swsnsonla and (llles.
The bridesmaid wpre a gpwn pf pink
crepo de cjihie, wth oversklrt of shadow
lace, with chiffon lace trimmings. Hhe
carried pink carnations.
I Tli wedding dinner was served at the
yroe of tho bride's mother.
They wljl reside at 1'lfteenth and Dor
pa's"strcets. Qbelz-Smalley Wedding.
Tim wedding o Miss Nina Mary
Smallcy, daughtsr of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Smalley, a'ltd Mr. Leonard J. fipeji of
hvansvllle. Ind., took place Tuesday
jnornlng 'at o'clock at the rrctpry of
tho fjt. Mary's Magdatono's church, )lev,
Father Kerfllnand Krlngs officiating.
The bride woro her trayclng suit of
eleotrlc blue poplin, short Jaeket,' with
ruffled skirt, worn with a black hat,
trimmed with black and white daisies, 'alio
wpro a corsage blnuet of Mrs. Ward's
foten and Jlilcs of the valley.
' Miss Martha fc'malley, a sister pf the
brdc. .was the bridesmaid and wore a
gewn of blue French crepe',"" with pnk
rosebuds. Hhe wore' a corsage bouquet
pf pnk sweetpeas.
Mr. vyiWain J. Hhoemaker of Eyunp.
vlle, IU wsj bfst ns'n. FpJlowftg' tbe
certmony, a wcddng ' breakfast " was
lervcd at th horn nf the pride's parents,
lifti "covers jvore placed for eleven'
guests, among whom were Mr. and Mro.
?P?'rVfef' of Evppsylllc, Ip( parent
of tt'ioJuroprn. ,
MrJ''5h,4 rj.. Gis left last evening
for !h '.eaflfrn , trip h(fpre' going ..to
Kvansvllle. Ind.', where lbcy will be ut
home after Juno I. r
For Milwaukee Visitor.
Mrs," Arthur' Pinto "inlet tallied at an
enjoyable uuctlon brldgu party Tuesday
afternoon at her homo In hopor of her
sister, Mrs. liaiel Jeeso Payne, ot Mil
waukee. The rooms were bright with
lilacs. Marguerites and baskets of Mrs.
Ward roses. Tps oth'tr guests were;
M. W.' alinliier,
Walter n. Preston,
tv. U Tetter.
I Frank Hacon, '
, 9frK0. Mead,
joint i., j axioo.
John a. Jttihu.
v. . ipapp,
Brownell Hall Affairs
Miss Kuphemla Johnson entertained at
luncheon at jirowijclf Hall today in
honor of the grsdustlng clsfs. Jp he
afterppon the house seniors entertained
a tnatltie darty at the Prandels In honor
of the Omba members of ths class.
Mr?- IIoteUlcr Hqnpr Quest.
Complimentary to Mrs. Herbert Hos
teller of Pittsburgh, formerly Mis Mar
camt Urown pf fjt. Louis, who Is visiting
Mrs. Ppn B. Wood, Jr.'. Mr, lien Boyce
entertained eh guests at luncheon
Tuesday. Mr. Jloice presented acb
guest wlti) a souvenir sh'o brought from
the Orlept. Today Vf I-ouJse Winning
enlettalned eight guckt at luncheon for
the samo gHcet of hqnpr.
Mrs. A. Weiss was hostess at an af
ternoon tea Monday. The ronia were a
tractive ly decprated with fern and spring
flnn-AB Tl. .... ' ' - '
""vtT- t"W5!-- HfVSVCi
! J. rs Nlederst. . k. Oarir.
! t Sohwart. V. Iltrm.
ViJ- ,Ad, er' H- Klrschbraun.
i'B Hainan. A. Harris,
Mlsies- M Wa-t
I Sadie W:ss. Chsrjotte Hjyns.
Ter for Trinity Societiei.
Mrs. Tlmpias Urown j)?ertanrd at an
aftrtnoon tea at her hpme fi.esday for
, the Altar Ouldl of Trinity cgthedral. Vlq,
jlets were used In thp dining ropm and
, spring flpwers In the lvlng rooms. Mrs.
jllror.n was asUted by Me'idamea John
C frt ach. nj-rop Jtped, islgh Ueilf and
; A.-lh.er TVIKaasa. About' fifty gucsta
, For Iondon Gaeit
' Mr.' Harry Jordan entertained at an
i afternoon bridge at br heme ioday la
honor of Mlaa r.everly af Lpadon. wbq is
, .he cueat of Mrs. Itobtrt Dempster,
j Bpr-ag riotrtrs were used In decontUons
and c ca nblco pf pUycrs wo present.
Mrs. C. V. Itatekln entectiincd the Wis
teria club Tuesday afternoon. Orm
q'plpck luncheon was served, following
which tbe afternoon was apont at cards.
Plites Vf.rt won by Mesdamea 11. V.
liafnum. W. Johnstop. J. 3. Iattl ond
It. 1.. llowe. Tbe club will be enter
tained in two weeks by Mrs. I J. Piatti,
For the Coronado Club
Mr. Ifayne Moore will entrrialn the
members of the Coronado club at hi
home Thursday evening.
fn and Out of tbe Bee Hive
Mrs. I New of Chicago will ar'he
Friday morning to spend thiea weeks
with btr daughter. Mrs Julius Roi$(tfeld,
aod Mr. Itonenfeld of Council Uluffn. In
her honor Mr. and Mrs. Itoaenfctd will
bp at hqmt Informally Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. T. i. Mo4hane and small son have
gone to St. Joaepb, Mo., to visit Mrs.
Mrs. It I.. Hamilton and Mrs. Frank
Quick of lincoln spent Tuesday In Omaha
as the guests of Mrs. Hamilton's father,
Mr. P. H Her.
Mrs. William fl. Colling left last eve
ning to Join her husband, who lias been
spending several week in Ilaltlmore,
whera they plan to make their future
Mr. J. A. Koerrel of New York City
will arrive Bunday to spend a fw days
With Mr. and Mm. Julius Drelfuss and
to accompany Mrs. Kocrpel, who ha
been a guest in the city, home.
High School Cadets
Will Encamp in June
at Missouri Valley
There will be an encampment of- the
Omaha High school cadets at Missouri
Valley, la., commencing Monday, June 8,
and ending Saturday, June 13.
No ono except 'cadets on the eligible,
list will' be allowed to attend, visit over
night ht participate In any camp sports.
To be eligible for camp each cadet Is
required fo have less than thirty-one de
merits, no serious Infractions of disci
pline, good attendance at drills, and nlso
they must iave physical and moral fit
ness. They must also pay their assess
ments bpforc June 1, must be properly
Uniformed and must have a guarantee
fqi good conduct from their organisation
commanders. Tho personal baggage of
each boy must be limited to actual neces
sities. While this encampment is primarily In
tended for military training, every pos
sible facility will bo given for the en
couragement of proper amusements and
sports! A circular was Issued early this
morning at tho high school, warning- ca
dets not to misinterpret freedom ' as
meaning abusive lack of all restraints
and offensive disregard to the rights and
privileges of others. Only gentlemanly
conduct will bo tqleratcd whljo at Cfunp
and It is now the guarantee for he repu
tation aijd honor fit the regiment.
Latensfk to Make a
Eeol't on Proposer!
Sitp for Monument
Decision whether the Board of County
Commissioners will qffcr n site for a-'
monument to war veteran, op the grounds ;
north of tho court hptise probably will
depend upon a report to be mado by Jqhlt
Latpnser, architect, and H. IC. Spaldlnpl
of the commlttco of the Grand Army nf
the Republic, which first took up the
proposition with tho board.
It is proposed that tho monument be.
erected by the city, authority to levy a
smjUl tax for this purpose eln,g glvon by
statute, fiomo or tho county comjnlji
elonors are of tho pplnlon 'fliat no inpiul,
ment or statue should be placed on th
vuufk nuuso iawn
CONGESTION IN FEDERAL
BUILDING IS RELIEVED
Tho moving "of the government! ood
labratorlea from Omaha has relieved' Ilia
congestion In tli federal bdlldinc, here,
ana several qiiiciais will 05 asslgpcd to
new quarters by Cadet Taylor, custodial
of tho building, Tho suite of rejoins
formerly occupied by the "food and drug
htbretorlcs jvl b9 pcctipicd by the pen
sion examiner, the naturalization Inspec
tor and the pure food Inspectpr. who havo
formerly been forced to share th,e quar
ter occupied by other government men.
Whooping; "Coiitfb: Uli! QUI Civ
Foley's Honey, nnd Tr Com.
pound, it Helps.
A ehld that is fpvvrish and restless,
with an inflamed throat anil spasmodic
cquch. needs special care pm attention
for whooping cough starts that way.
pive Foley1 Honay and Tar Compound
for ths distressing wearing cougi it
helps wopderfully. Mrs! tJhlpps, Itay
mondsvltlp, Mo., ays: "J got flno ro
suiu from Foley'f Honey and Tar atid
It Is a great medicine tqr whooping
cough." JS'pr ae by all dealers every.
ELEYATOR CONDUCTORS QUIT
Six Men of Woodmen of the World
Building Go Out on Strike
WANT STARTER DISCHARGED
Iterators Are Soon Manned by the
Force of Men nt llnnd nnd tbtr
llnalnrs Men fiet lo
The six elevator conductors ot tho
Woodmen of the World buldlng struck
promptly at noon yesterday. Just when
the crowds began to come down from the
eighteen-story building and at the samp
hour that the Commercial club men
crowded Into the lobby to be taken to the
eighteenth floor for luncheon tho boys
slammed the levers into position and
The demand was that the starter,
Clrovor Kledge, be discharged. They sail
that he makes t disagreeable for them
by starting their cars In such a way is
to crowd them constantly and make
them hurry back to the ground floor
fast that they pre compelled to pass up
many pcoplo on the various floors, all of
i which gets the conductor In bad with
Klcvatur Soon Manned.
Instead ot discharging Dedgo as the
boyp requested, John Crawford, manager
of the building, camo down and put El
edge Into ono of tho cars as conductor.
For a moment there waa confusion. John
T. Yates, sovereign clerk of tho Wood
men of tho 'World, Jumped into a car,
took the lever and ran tho car for sev
eral trips. John Crawford wheeled into
position in, the lobby and acted as starter.
A colored boy, one' of the Pages in the
Commercial club, was given one car to
run. A Janitor was hauled up put ot
the basement to take another. And thus.
by hook or crook the six cars were soon
manned and the cars ran steadily while
the fix strikers stood outside the build
ing tak)ng Ipudly about the trouble.
"Wo aro not seeking an increase in
wages, or anything like lt,' tho boys
say. "AJI ye want Is to bo treated fair
pnd to get rjd pf that starter."
All the boys arc members of the local
Kcvfltor Conductors and Starters' union,
but tie union disavows any connection
with fhis strikoltroublc. :Thc union hos
absolutely notfilnjf to do with It," said
Treasurer F"s Patrick of the union. ''It
is merely a Jttle difficulty In this par
ticular building apd affects no one out
side." The boys who strupk are Harry Kd
wards, AVIIIiatn Latiritseh. Jphn Hybln,
Fred Young, Herald lyeltch and Harry
WATTLES Ap HAMILTON
ON CAR COMPANIES BOND
Purdon w. Wattles and Frank T.
Hamilton are sureties on an Injunction
.bond for JIOO.OCO filed in district court by
the slrcet ralw.aJ' company to Indemnify
the city or patrons qf tljo company
against loss "f it be finally decided that
the seven for a quarter Injunction ought
not to have been granted."
According tothe conditions ot the bond
the street railway company is llab to
the city or ftp 'whomsoever It shall cpn
ptrn" for all damages whfch may bo
sustained In connection wjtlv the tempor
ary injunction signed by Distinct Judge
Sears holding up new fare rate.
If the cprpnany refuses to gye receipts
it will havo po 'defense against "sworn
Statements of the nurnber of ride takep
by Its patrons, lawyers say, 'Consequently
some time In the dim dlstjipt future It
the city eventually wins tho lawsuit,
forestghttd patrons of the company may
SNEAK THIEVES GET MONEY
AND JEtyfltHY FRQM HOME
n.eak thieves entered the home of p.
Hoffman. 1SU North Twenty-first street.
Tuesday night and secured, fj.60 and about
JtS in Jewelry. They ganeJ " eptranco
through a rear window.
The office of tho National Reference
company, CiS Brandeis building, was en
tered Tuesday plght and a. purse contain
ing and sqrne Key apd valuable papers
Persistent "Advertising is the Sure Road
to Business Success.
JE AJiE Showing for
VV the. first tlmp In Omaha,
I ho new cape coat, the most re
cent addition to the fashion
able woman's wardrobe.
These oapea pome to na
as one of t!i first results
of our connection with
the famous Stern Store
of New York- You qre
by this ailiqncq assured
of the newtst in fashions
within a very fu) hours
of their arrival f'rj Neto
The distinguishing feature
of these capas Is their waist
coat. They are made In various
lengths, and of various ma
terials and colors.
That the capo la very much
worn In Paris this Sprlug Is
qvldencod by tho Innumerable
photos which rieach America
dally, pictures whlpji ' were
snapped but twq weeks pre
viously, at soma einart. put-of-d,oor
event In or near Pari. "'
We show several models lu
our display windows uqw.
WOMAN BADLY HURT WHEN
Catherine Corrilly, 470 North Blxteenth
street, riding tartdem on a motorcycle
with Abe Stone of Council lliuffs. wo
thrown off, badly bruised and knocked
unconscious at Twenty-aecond and Emmet
streets, when tbe machine collided with
another motorcycle, ridden by J. A.
Schnoor, 115 North Twenty-sixth street.
The woman was taken to tho Swedish
Mission hospital In the police ambulance.
Both men were also unseated and brused,
but were able to go home after beng
attended by Pollco Surgeon C. B. Foltz.
Both motorcycles were badly smashed
pp. Schnoor was riding north on Twenty
second street at tho time, and Stone was
going west on Emmet street. Kach man
ItDouble Carte' Top
Venetian silk vests, daintily
embroidered; also bloomers.
AH the desired shades. Worth
up to $2.5Q; at, garment
Llslo Vests nt 00c.
The tvjejII known Swan brand.
Plain and dainty hand crochet lace
yokes. Regular and extra sizes.
Vests worth up to ?1; on Ja
sale Thursday at. OUC
Mala rtoor s quart
THROUGH your Quaker
Lace Curtains the cheery
sunlight streams generously.
But more important than their
beauty of design is a durability
not to be found in any qther
This durability is due to the
exclusive quality of Quaker
bdbbin thread a tiny hidden
thread of remarkable strength.
It ties together the threads of
the pattern. 'It is your only
safeguard when washday comes.
It will be to your advantage to visit
the curtain departments pf merchants
wjip feature (Quaker Lace Curtains.
Qjjaker JACE Curtains
QUAKER LACE COMPANY PHILADELPHIA
,lirx tfOytUrlJHt CmrUips, Qnttr Crft Uu mui Q.tker Uui
asserts tiw other was to blamo for the
collision at the intersection
DENVER SENDS STATEMENT
ON COLORADO SITUATION
That the state militia of Colorado havo
killed no women or children in the strike
troubled and that none hav'e been killed
by any person pr 'persons, Is the state
ment belnp sent out by the board ot
directors of tho Denver Chamber ot
Commerce, through Its president, Thomas
B. Stearns. In order to set the state of
Colorado right In the eyes of tho world,
the Denver Chamber of Commcrco Is
sending out a statement, a copy of which
has reached the Commercial club o.
Key to tbe Situation Ben Advertising.
of $1 Pure
A Mill's Surplus Stocks
on Sale Thursday at....
These are unnueationahly
values in high grade Bilk hose
offered in many months. Indeed; we
have seldom seen their equals.
They are of tho finest of pure dyo thread silk. Good weight,
firm, elastic texture, full fashioned, perfect fitting. Double
lisle, soIqb, tocB ana high spliced heols. All Bilk tp thp top, qr
with wide lisle tops. Black, white and colors. Many extra Blzqs.
Thursday's sale price Is below usual whole
sale cost, and you should buy a
season's supply. uenuino i suk
hose for 50c.
Smart Colonials for $3.48
orsets P 1
Tongue and bupkle syje of
soft dull leather and all patent
leather, or patent vamp with
brocade quarters In grey,
brow and bljick. GracofuUy
arctyed insteps with new Span
ish hcpls, hand turned soles.
AH sfzes and widths at $$Aq.
Bulgarian Sandals and Mary Jane
Mado in tan and 4UU leathers in
ankle and Bulgarian strap effect?,
with low hpels, broad toes and flat
bows. These are two of thp most
wjth low bust, long
over hip?; 'guaran
Sizes 18 to '3Q. $2
value, fpr $1.
8 Corset, Ql.ifi
Model for slender
ures. Mado pf new
material, flat tail
ored Jjqished "Ton
with draiy t'ape. .
$3 value, at .13.
popular Btyies ot
ii cTirrn nRfj :, sit
YOUNG WOMAN FAILS
IN ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE
Miss Florenco Wilson, 708 North lSth
street, tried to commit sulcldo at 16th and
Webster street by taking some mercury
tablets. Quick work on the part of thu
doctors saved her and she probably will
DR. C. n ALLISON REPORTED
CONVALESCENT FROM ILLNESS
The condition of Dr. C. C. Allison, w-ho
has recently been ill, is reported to bo
greatly Improved. He has been out sev
ersl days and It Is expectpd that ho will
soon bo completely recovered and able to
give his usual attention to his practice.
Lot Us Store
69c Union Spits 50c
Pine llslo union suits for worsen.
The perfect fittlpg Nushape style
with plain and crochet yohps, cuff
and umbrella knees. Regular and
extra sizes. Regularly
worth tp 9c, at OyC
phlldrcn's Union Suits, sqc.
Munslng and "M'! union suits
for boys and girls, la bleached cot
ton. Low neck, sleeveless, half
open front, drop seat and Uneo
length. Ages 3 tp 10 QC
years. Worth 60c, at hOC
th Siegel Store
m Sale Saturday