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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914.
You Won't Delay a
In the filling of that piano cornor
In your home (
If You Gome in and
Look Over Our
You'll havo to eco thorn, com
pare thorn, critically exaralno and
test them boforo you can fully
reallzo the exceptional high qual
ity of these instruments.
Bush & Qerts at.
Swlch & Kelfio
Voso & Sons
Story & Camp $75
Peck & Co 975
And many othor bargains In
noW and used pianos.
Come In soon. Let us talk
piano to you. It will cost you
nothing to investigate. All pianos
'Only Satisfied Customers,"
Always Our Motto.
Wednesday, June 24, 1914.
1SS KATE M'HUGH, the first woman principal of the Omaha High
school, Is to be honored by about 300 of her former pupils, who
are planning a dinner dance Friday evening at Happy Hollow
in her honor. Miss McHugh, who resigns this year from the
High school, and Mr. C E. Reed, her successor, were the honor guests at
the annual alumni reception and dance Monday evening. Friday evening
the affair is specially planned as a testimonial of the high regard of the
pupils for Miss McHugh, who, previous to being principal, waB the class
teacher for more classes than any other member of the faculty.
Mrs. Rex Morehouse-will have charge of the decorations for the din
ner, and about a score of enthusiastic alumni have charge of the dlnnor
dance. Among those planning the affair are Miss Elizabeth Congdon,
Mrs. William Drace Fonda, Mrs. Paul Burleigh, Miss Parker, Frank Selby,
Harry Ryan, Harry Koch, Frank Woodland, George Morton, Raymond
Hayward and a number of others.
Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mr. and Mr. John K. O'Hern of Chi
cago havo Ixion honor gueats at a number
of events at the club this week. One of
the moat delightful was given laat even
ing. Mr. O'Hern la lnapector of the
Armour plant and la here In hla official
capacity, and la accompanied by Mrs.
O'Hern. ThCfo composing the dinner
party laat evening were:
Mr. and Mrs. John K. O'Hern.
Mr. and Mr i. K. C. Kohouaky,
Mr. and Sit. U F. Etter,
Mr. and Mra, .1, J. Fitzgerald,
Mr. and Mra. Michael Culkln,
.Mr. and Mra. P. J. Sheeny.
Mr. nnd Mra. T. J. Donohue.
Mr. and Mra. Charles Qarvey enter
tained at dinner laat evening In honor of
thrlr four aona.
Others entertaining at dinner Tunaday
evening were Mr, George Jones, who had
three guest; Mr. A, Dudley, two; Mr.
Dan Hurley, five.
A number of the cottagers are enter
taining houao parties this week on ac
count of tho district Epworth league con
vention, which la In aesaton at grounds
ndjolnlng the club. The convention com
mittee made arrangement for the dele
gatea to enjoy the bathing and boating
privileges or the club and they are being
Mr. and Mra. J. H. Parratt havo as
houae gueats this week:
Muriel Johnson, Mildred Johnson,
Kdyth Sandberg, Helen Harrison.
For Montana Visitors.
Mlaa Mary Lafferty entertained Mon
day In honor of her "cousin,. Mlaa noe
Church, and Mr. and Mra. M. C, Oar-
ener of Ilutte, Mont., at her home, 607
South Twenty-fifth avenue. Present
fffoi's i ELlGlOiS IISH
for hof weathereaaili
(Continental Styl) v
"Doll one-half a large package
of Skinner's Elbow itucuronl ten
.minutes, drain and blanch. Ill and
together throe tablespoonfula of
butter with alike amount of flour.
mix with the Macaroni, uui rour
tomatoes In halves, season highly
with salt ana pepper, place on
each half a small slice of salt
pork, arrange in a baking dlah cut
aide up and bake until tender, but
not broken. Arrango the Macaroni
In a buttered 'baking dlah and lay
tomatoes on It. Dust over with,
grated cheese and brown In the
Mont houaewlves like Skinner's
Elbow Macaroni because U Is cut
.ready for use. Always Insist on it
at vour grocers tho best brand
sold 1ft Omaha.
SKINNER MFfi. CO., OMAHA
r. 8. "Bont eat maat tnat's tougu
Just try Skinner's Macaroni."
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YAi?T ADS I
Bernard Lafferty, Jr.:
will lloche, .
At the Country Club.
The largest dinner party at the Country
clUb this evening Is arranged by friends
nf Dr. and Mra. Charles A. Hull aa a
farewell, aa they leave Saturday to spend
six weeka In France. Thoae present will
Dr. and Mrs.' Charlea A. Hull.
Mr. and Mra. A. G. Uccaon.
Mr. nnd Mra. T. J, Mahoney.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. ftnrague
Mr. nnd Mra. Harry Cumlngs.
Mr. anil Mra. K. A. lirogan.
Mr. and Mra. Gould Dlctz.
Mr. and Mra. O. C. lledlck,
Mr. and Mra. Wilson Lowe.
Mra. Jennings of Berkeley, Cat.
Mlaa Katherlne Morae.
Mr. Lucius Wakeley.
Mr. Harry McCormlck.
Mra. C. C. Allison will entertain at a
dinner party thla evening at the club for
her daughter, Mlaa Grace Alllaon, and
son, Mr. Charles Allison. Thoao present
The wedding of Mica Ethel May Klm
mel, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. George M.
Klmmel, 2CH Hamilton, to Edward J.
Gutname, took place Tucaday evening, ft
8:9) o'clock. Ilev. Wm. Hlgby, of he
Worth Presbyterian church officiated.
The bride wore white hand embroid
ered voile trimmed with laee, and
she carried white rosea.
Mian Bertha Thornburg, of Lincoln, was
bridesmaid, and wore pink mesaallne, and
carried pink roses.
Mr. O. A. Klmmel, brother of the bride,
was beat man.
Only relatives were preaent at the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Gutname aro
at their new home, 3316 Emmet street
The 'out of town gueats were: Mrs. H.
Thornburg, of Lincoln, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Thornburg, of Kentucky.
At the Field ClubT
Mrs. Charles Marsh will entertain at
dinner this evening at the Field club.
In honor of Mrs. George Curtis, of Clin
ton la. Covers will be placed for:
Mr. and Mra. William Hill Clarke.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shepard.
Dr. and Mra. W. J. Bradbury.
Mra. George Curtis.
Mra. C. D. Sturtevant.
Mrs. Charlea Marah.
Mr. A. A. McClure.
Mr. Howard Leonard.
Mr. Charlea B. Towle, of Lincoln.
Other dinner parties thla evejilns at
the club will be given by W. A. Smith,
who will have aeven gueats; It. D. Pol
lard, aeven; O. , H. Kramer, six; It. M.
Mandell, nine; G. H. Farrell, four; II
C, Nicholson, four; W. C. McKnlght,
four; C. 8. Schwager, four.
Mr. and Mra. 3. M. Palling, 2337 South
Thirty-fourth street, entertained at cards
last evening. Carnations and rotes were
used In the decorations. Honors were
won by Mlaa High and Mr, Plxler.
C. R. Samemls,
Mr. and Mra. James McNeil,
Mr. and Mra. Morris CarroJI,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dunn,
Mr. and Mra. John Knox, '
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gardener. " s
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gebuhr entertained at
dinner party Saturday evening, In
honor of their daughter, Dagny'a,
birthday. Extending from a large
bouquet of carnations In the center of
tho table, where red ribbons leadlne; to
each guest's plate. Tiny red baskets
filled with bonbons were used as souve
nirs, and hand painted place cards were
used. The evening was spent In mUalc,
Thoao preaent. were:,
Pauline Hattth, Klttlo Conry,
Mauda Pierce, Esther Carlson.
Edna Kelly, Krlatlne Jensen,
Guaale Backhand, Dagny Gebuhr,
Marguorlte Smith, lnga Gebuhr,
Minnie uunniaon, ana- Jensen.
Mr. and Mrs. Gebuhr,
The wedding or Miss Grace Cronln,
daughter of Mra. Anna Cronln, and Mr,
Lloyd A. Mscnoy, son ot County Attor
ney George A. Magney and Mra. Magney,
will take place Monday, June 29. ' It will
be a quiet family wedding, with only the
Mlaa Cronln attended the Omaha High
school and Mr, Magney was graduated
from the law department of Crelghtori
college last April.
.Matter Lawrence E. Orchard -and
Joacph C. Lawrence, Jr., celebrated theli
fifth birthday Saturday afternoon at the
home ot Mr. and Mrs, Edmund Orchard
In Dundee. The little hosts have been
friends from birth and their birthdays art
cloven days apart. Mrs. Joseph C.
Lawrence led the little guests In kinder
garten games and told several delightful
stories, -xne following children were
With Mra. C. C. Alllaon will bet
Mr. and Mra. Ward Burgeaa.
Mr. and Mra Edgar Moraman,
Mr. Wayland . Magec.
Other dinner parties at the club thla
evening will be given by B. S. Caldwell,
who will have sixteen guests; Luther
Drake, twelve; C. w. Lyman, six; Ed
ward Hart of Council Bluffs, eight
Mlas Jennie Peters was hostess at a
luncheon today at tho Happy Hollow club
In honor ot Miss Louise Rich of Williams
port, Pa., but quite a surprise was In
store for the guests when tho engagement
of Mlas Peters to Mr. William Belcher ot
Memphis, Tenn., was announced.
Miss Peters Is the daughter, of Mr. and
Mrs. It, Peters and Is an attractive
member of the younger set of Dundee.
She attended Smith college, later going
to New York, where, she attended the
Damroach School of Music.
Mr. Belcher attended college In tho
south.' Mian Peters has visited In Mem
phis a number of times and a few weeks
ago had a house party ot Memphis guests
at ,her home.
The wedding will take place in the fait.
Motor to Okoboji.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lyle and
family left today to motor to Lake
Okoboji, where they will spend the sum
mer. They havo as their guest Mlaa
Mary Harriet Mc-
lawrnc E. OrchsrdJohn firm
Joseph C. Law- John McMillan.
fence, jr.; Clyde Drew.
Charlea Churchill, .Ernest Bethuns.
IT. 8. Grant Kensington.
Mrs. G. W. Preston entertained t
kenslnston U. 8. Grant Woman's Relief
corps Tuesday afternoon, Members pres.
C. L. Meyers. A, A.. Whitney.
H. S. Wilcox. T. T. Davis,
Thomas W. Allen, J. Stern,
A. A. Foster. J. P, Lone.
0. w. Preston. William McUurray
Miss Cora stern.
The honor guests were Mesdame
Charles Osborn, Rogers, It. 1. Chratnu
and Miss Gurtha Long.
Mrs. P. E. Tobln entertained at a brldgt
luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Red roset
nnd carnations formed the decoration)
and those present wtre:
I A. Slmones.
M. E. Miller.
M. J Fort.
L. a. !xwry.
H. E. KugeU
1 E. Tobln.
At Happy Hollow.
Mrs. It M. Laverty had twelve guests
at luncheon today; Mrs- F. W. Car
mlchaei, fourteen, and the Women't
Bowling club sixteen.
Thursday Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist will have
nineteen guests at luncheon; C. 8, Bteb
bins, six. Mrs. O. W. Wlokersham, flf
teen; Mrs. James Drumfnond. seven
Mr. 1. V. Carpenter, six.
Motor to Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Ralnbolt with their
two sons, Wynn Mack and Duane, left
Saturday in their automobile for their
summer home "Wynnduane" on Green
take In Minnesota. Mr. Ralnbolt will re
turn to Omaha utter throe weeka, going
back by motor for another month later,
and bringing his family home with him
Return from College.
Mr. Herman G. Kopald. a law student
at the University of Chicago, has re
turned to spend hla vacation with hla
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kopald.
Mr. Thomas Brown has returned here
from Racine college at Racine, Wis., and
haa taken examinations preparatory to
entering Johns Hopkins at Baltimore.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Stella Enlow of Cnmhrldir.
Neb., Is the guest of relatives In hla
Miss Nell Cahlll. 3S72 Soward street.
will leave) Thursday for an extend eaat-
ern trip. She will be gone all aummcr,
atopplng at Peoria, Chicago, Detroit,
Buffalo. Nlaeara. LoUtabere. Toronto.
and other Canadian towns, returning to
resume her school work.
Carter Lake 01 ub.
About Vfl attended the dinner dance nt
Carter Lake Club Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wood had a party
of forty gueats; others having dinner
parties were: W. B. Drake, who had
five gueata; A. K. Chambers four; H. H.
Hansen two; Douglaa Haacall four; Miss
Hanaon three; Dr. Holovtachlmer clqht;
W. O, Hutachlnaon four; A. J. Jackaon
two; W. Platnet flvo; T. B. McDotigall
seven; C. a. Martin t,wo. jomca tun
two; Miss Swalley six.
Miniature Ak-Sar-Ben Parade.
About twenty-five children in North
Omaha took part In a miniature Ak-Sar-Ben
parade laat evening when Mra. C. J.
Corkhlll, 25M Pratt street, gave a child-,
ren's party to celebrate the fourth birth
day ot her llttlo daughter, Helen. Little
wagons and velocipedes were elaborately
decorated and tho children enjoyed tho
Smith Election of Officers.
At the luncheon at the Field club Tues
day of the Smith College club, there was
an election of officers. Miss Dorothy
Rtngwalt was elected president; Mrs. E.
H. Scott, vice, president:, Miss Nellie El
gutter, secretary, and Mra. B. W. Capen
Woman's Club Luncheon.
Reaervations for the luncheon to be
given by the Omaha Woman's club In
honor of Mrs. E. P. Costlgan, president
of the Denver Woman's club, at Happy
Hollow club Saturday, must bo made to
Mrs. Edward Johnson, chairman of the.
house and home committee, before Friday
The Herter Looms
841 Madison Avenue
Weaves of Aubusson Tapestries
and Rugs, Hand Woven Fabrics
for Draperies, Furniture and Wall
Coverings, take pleasure In an
nouncing a Series ot Exhibitions
ot their products in the Middle
West and on the Pacific Coast.
The purpose of these Exhibitions
is to show the artistic workman
ship of this Establishment, and to
enable tho people to see these
beautiful and unusual materials,
and learn of the many possibilities
for their use.
The public is invltod to the Exhi
bition, which will be held at Hotel
Rome, Omaha, Nebraska, on Fri
day and Saturday, June 26 and 27.
South Side Progressive Club.
The Ladles South Side Progressive club
will entertain Thursday afternoon at
J:W o'clock at their hall, Fourteenth and
Picnic at Elrawood Park.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Beeaon entertained
Informally at a picnic supper laat evening
at Elmwood park for Dr. and Mrs. C. A.
Hull, who leave this week for Europe.
Leaving for Europe.
Dr. Elmer E. Porter and family will
leave today for Europe. Mrs. Porter and
the children will remain In Berlin for
fifteen mouths studying German, while
Dr. Porter will return to Omaha after
spending about three months In research
work In hospitals at Berlin and Vienna.
Church Board is to
Act as Contractor
The building committee of Plymouth
Congregational church has decided not
to let the construction of the new I15.00C
church to a contractor, but to let out all
contracts themselves and get the work
done In pieces. Thla the committee de
cided after receiving bids from many
Omaha contractors In tho regular way.
The committee went over tho bids ol
the contractors, got the benefit of their
figuring, and then instead of awarding
the contract to the lowest bidder, they
decided to act aa contractor themselves
and hire the work done In pieces. Tht
structure is to be built at Eighteenth and
On Sale Saturday
The entire stock of a Prominent
Eastern Millinery Manufacturer at
25c on the Dollar
7,000 untrimmed shapes,
6,000 bunches of flowers,
50,000 yards of ribbons. , ' . '
See Friday Papers for
Beaton & Laier Co.
413-417 South 16th Street. Omaha, Neb
Buy Your Porch Furniture
NOW-Prices Deeply Cut
To Make Room for New Goods
See oup window'diaplay come insido and see tho
hundreds of desirable porch pieces you can buy now at
a savingwo nc:d tho room you will need the porch
furniture as there is plenty of outdoor weather coming.
$13.00 Ivory finished chair. . .S9.75
$11.00 Ivory finished chair. . .S8.75
j14.50 Ivory finished chair. . .$7.75
$18.50 Ivory finished chair. .S13.75
$28.50 Large jrocker $20.00
$31.50 Upholstered settee. . .$24.00
$16.50 Wolton easy chair $12.00
$21.50 French gray chair. . .$13.50
Yah f, Qo,r om $4.00 to
ivu vuu sa on sum
mer furniture at this sale.
See tho new Aus
trian porch Bats
unu proon and
white very at-
We Place on Sale
11.000 MEN'S SHIRTSp
At Half Price and Less
Purchased from a prominent Philadelphia man
ufacturer at about cost of malting. The best bar
gain wo havo over offered In shirts.
a !?! sat m
m ii vm mm mm a tmm ia i
Substantial Savings on Knit Underwear
and Summer Hosiery
Here is a timely and unusually attractive
special for Thursday. Women's fine, lisle and
cotton union suits with cuff or umbrella knees.
Pretty crochet beading tops with mercerized
or silk tapes. These are real 50o garments on
Women's Union Suits
Women's fine cotton union suits
with umbrella knees, full taped necK '
and arm eyes. Regular and extra
sizes. Reglarly" worth up to - q
36c, special at 1 27 C
A special lot of women's lisle
thread "comfcut" vests with mer
cerized tapes. Very elastic and per
fect fitting. Worth to 25c, ig
On sale at - IOC
12c Vests, Special 80
Women's Swiss, ribbed vests in square neck or "comfycut" QJL
styles. All sizes. Our regular 12o vests, special at Og
' Women's pnre thread silk hoso with wide lisle hem tops, double lisle soles, r
toes and high spliced heels. Pull fashioned and regular made. B ack, tan, gray, 5C
pink, red, white and many other shades. Regular $1 and S1.50 qualities, special at, v w
50c Hosiery, 35c
Women's full fashioned pure
thread, silk boot hose, also seam
less fiber silk hose. Double soles,
toes and high spliced OP.
heels. Regular BOc values. OOC
25c Hosiery, 120
Men's, women's and children's
fine mercerized lisle finish and
cotton hose with wide hem tops,
double soles and high 1 O JL
spliced heels. 25c values l2v
35c Hosiery, 19c
Women's fiber silk boot hos
iery with wide lisle garter tops,
reinforced heels and toes. Black
and white. Regular 35c
hose, special ,
News of a Iffiost Unusual
Sale of Shirts
Our men's furnishings buyer on his trip east
last week made one of the largest, and wo believe,
one of the most unusual purchases of shirts in our
This Immense purchase comprises -about
11,000 shirts from a prominent Philadelphia
maker. All styles and descriptions are included
and tho purchase price was less than half their
As we go to press our stock room force is
busily engaged In unpacking and sorting out the
shirts, and everyone who has seen them agrees
that they aro unquestionably the best values wo
have ever offered. We will be able to make de
tailed announcement later.
Sale Commences Saturday. Dont Miss It
Next Friday and Saturday
We Will Sell All
The Silk and Cotton Waists
Skirts and Petticoats
From Our Recent
$60,000 Apparel Purchase
at Less Than One Third
$5 Panama Hats,
Another .shipment of fine Adamba
and Japanese Panama hats (untrim
med) in ten of the new shapes.
Panamas now are more popular
than over before, and it seems that
every woman wants one, so that this
offering at a reduced price is certain
to arouse keen Interest Thursday,
they are all regular S5 hats, on sale,
Chip Hats at 79c
Fine sewn white French chip hats
In six new blocks sailors and smart
turbans. Shapes worth up to rrQ
$1.50, on sale at SC
New Outing Hats
Mercerized duck hats In two new
outing shapes suitable for "7 C
picnic wear. Priced at DC
Very popular trimming especial
ly for the all white hats choice of
S50. 39c to $1.50
The Popular Mary Jane Pumps for Girls
Growing girls and young women who like to be in style are showing
much favor to the "Mary Jane" pump with Its low heels, sensible broad
toes, ankle straps and flat silk bows. They are of patent leather, dull
leather or white canvas, with welt soles (guaranteed not to squeak). All
SHOES and Oxfords for men and women. Pure white
canvas and white rubber soles. Men's at 81.10:
women's at $1.25.
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