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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914.
ISS DAPHNE PETERS, ono of tho newest dovotcos to tho golf
Mgamc, won tho trophy at tho Women's turnoy at the Country
club Thursday aftornoon. Tho prlzo was a beautiful silver vrbo
presented by Miss Peters' father, M. C. Peters, president of tho
Country club. It was a handicap match; tho three most export players
of the club, Mrs. E. H. Spraguo, Mrs. J. T. Stewart 2d and Mrs. W. T.
Burns played scratch plus five, whllo all of the other players, all of whom
have started tho gamo moro recently, wove given hnndicaps.
Miss Pot6rs net score was 86; she-played the eighteen holes In 111,
with a handicap of 25, which Is n remarkably good score for a beginner.
Miss Peters has been playing golf only two months, and her teachers
prophesy sho will bo ono of tho coming players.
The next good scoro was turned in by Miss Mary Burkloy, another
new player; her not score was 93; Miss Mildred Butler camo noxt, with
95; Miss Louiso Dinning, 97; Mrs. Harold Prltchett, 98; Miss Elizabeth
Davis, 99; Mrs. Ben Cotton, 105; Mrs. Charles T. Kountzo, 111, and the
three scratch players, Mrs. Spraguo, 94; Mrs. J. T. Stewart, 94, and Mrs.
w. T. Burns, 101.
Another tournament for tho women gold players will bo given noxt
month at the club.
Entertains at Fort Crook.
Mr. John Singleton SwIUer enter
tained at bridge this afternoon at her
home In Fort Crook In honor of Mrs. 1
Whitman of Wichita. The other guoati
O. W. Whiting, Qlen Denning,
Olln Alehlrc, J. II. Hussle.
Frederick Krug, Stortslnger,
alary Pcott, C. C. Kosewater,
C Farnhajn. B. M. Nutmann,
Albert Younlof. E. V. Ellis,
C D. Armstrong
Kntherlne Krug. Katherlrio Moorhead.
At Ca -ter Lake Club.
At ft meeting of tho board of directors
of the Carter Lake club last evening, a
elaborate Fourth of July program was
outlined, beginning at 10 a. m. and lasting
until midnight Thero will bo boating and
Kwlmming races, diving and canoo tilting,
tennis, bowling, fireworks nnd dancing.
The cafo will sdrvo table d'hoto dinner
rVom xpon until 10 p. m. Dr. A. li.
Vlcke, who Is now In Houston, Tex.,
wrote that he would offer a watch to the
best swimmer under 16 years of age, silk
hoso to the best woman diver and l to
tho winner In the canoe tilting race.
The Carter Lake Kensington clUb en
tertained nt luncheon Thursday, when
covers were laid for thirty-five guests.
"he board of directors had dinner to
gether at the club last evening. Other
reservations were made "by Dr. Uullard,
wlth four! Mr. Black, two; A. Y.
""ioom, two; Dr. Dermody, ono; U V.
Fowler, two; Charles Frnndscn, two; J.
E. Haarmann, two; A. 11. Hanson, two;
A. J. Jacobson, two; Miss Jean McCor
mlck, two; C. J. Nngl. four; J. H. Op
dahl, two; Prank Pardun, two; T. Y.
Qulnlan, six; J. E. Halt, two; C. W.
Hleter. four; Dr. Shlpherd, four; C. Y.
Etenger, five; C. 1 Thomas, five; George
At the Country Club.
Watertalnlng at dinner at the Country
club Saturday evening will be J. E. Fitz
gerald, who will have fourteen guests;
G. W. Wattles, twenty; E. 8. WostbrooK,
twelve; C. W. Hamilton, eight; Dr. J. 11
At Happy Hollcro.
Mrs. E. Duval will have eight guests at
luncheon Saturday and W. 8. Wright six.
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs, Charles
a. McDonald will have twelve guests;
H. S. Lusmann, six; E. O. Hamilton, six,;
Dr. Bannister, two; F. a Martin, four;
B. E. McCagxie, two.
At the Field OlubT"
Among those who will give dinner par
ties at tho club Saturday evening are A.
M. Jeffrey, who will have eight; O. O.
Prltchard, four; J. O. Siford, fourteen;
II. S. Daniel, four; Josh Barker, four;
J. F, Kerr, four; F. J. Blrss, five.
Mr. end Mrs. James Donnelly enter
tained at their home In honor of their
son. Earl, the occaMon being his seven
teenth birthday. Thoso present were:
Elolse Rocco. Mary Itller.
XJUlan Donnelly, Anna niley.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben lltley.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hanrahan.
Mr. and Airs. Dan O. Connor.
Mesdames Anderson and Uocco.
Mr. and Mrs. James Donnelly.,
Mrs. Frank N. Tuttle "entertained at
bridge In honor of her sister, Mrs. W. R.
Bowes of Chicago, The other guests were
C. H. Mallinson.
E. V. Arnold,
A. A. Avery,
T, W. Ward of
W. E. Holln,
C. F. Whlto.
C. A. Overton,
W. M. Philips.
W. H. H. Walker.
E. W. Anspach,
W. C. Kenwtck,
K. O'Nell. Jr..
,V. W. Bhlnn.
Misses lues XAtey, Dcatrico o'NeiL.
The luncheon which was to have been
given In honor of Mrs. E. I Costlgan by
the Omaha Woman's club Saturday at
Happy Hollow club has been given up
becauM of the death of Mrs. Ida V. Til
den, a former president of the club. Mrs.
Costlgan, who Is president of the Denver
Woman's club. Is one of the conference
leaders at the Bummer School of Mis
sions., of which Mrs. Tilden was one uf
the organisers and leading spirits and
chairman of the executive committee.
la Icos Club.
Miss Quito Eddy and Earl Btaxboard.
entertained the La. Icos club, at the home
of Miss Eddy. The evening was pitas,
antly spent in dancing. Itcfrcshments
were served. A pleaaant evening la ex
pected Tuesday evening June SO, when
Mr. Will lfeustls will entertain at his
Thursday at 3:S0 o'clock Miss Margaret
Marie Beavers, daughter of "-Mrs. Her-
achel Beavers, became the bride of Mr.
Fred Ochenbeln of St Louis, at Trinity
cathedral, Dean James A. Tancock read
ing the marriage lines.
The bride wore her traveling suit of
French blue canton crepe, made with
Russian tunic, and an English jacket.
trimmed In darker crepe. With this she
wore a black bonnet of the U30 period,
trimmed with French rosebuds and blue
atln bows, and a corsage bouquet of
bride's rosea, Miss Olive Graham of
Kansas City waa maid of honor and the
Friday, Juno 26, 1914.
only attendant of the bride. Sho wore an
afternoon gown of white taffeta and
French lace. The skirt was made with
a tunic of the taffeta, beneath which were
tiny rufflcb of lncc and finished at the
bottom with a tight band of taffeta. The
bodice was mado with a capo effect of
French laco, and finished with a butter
fly girdle. She wore a whlto lace hat,
trimmed with French rosebuds, and bow
of blue taffeta. Sho carried La France
Mr. L.othar Egen was beat man and
Mr. Ben Stanley presided at tho organ.
Mr. and Mrs. Ochenbeln left for an
eastern wedding trip through the Merrl.
mac valley, after which they will be at
homo after August IS, at St. Louis.
The wedding of Miss Desdemona Bald
win, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .B. B.
Baldwin of Elkhorn, nnd Mr. Horace
Chapln of Batavla, N. Y, was quietly
celebrated Wednesday at noon at tho
homo of tho brido'a parents, Ilev. Mr.
Aston of Waterloo performing tho cere
mony, which was witnessed only by
relatives, A reception was held in tho
afternoon, from 3 to 6 o'clock. Mrs. E. E.
Sterrlcker of Omaha, sister ,of the bride,
played the Lohengrin wedding march,
and Miss Helen Parker of Batavla. N,
Y sang "Perfect Day,"
The bride wore Ivory luvetyno aatln
with awallow tall train, the skirt was
draped bustle effect and tho bodleo was
"V" neck, with a Medici collar, fnsh
lonod with basque effect of princess lace,
edged with duchess lace, embroidered In
pcatls. Her voll was mado with Nor
nandy cap, held In place by real orange,
blossoms, sent by a friend In California.
Sho carried lilies of tho valley. The only
Jewel was a diamond lavaller, tho gift
of tho groom. Little Miss Martha Ster
rlcker, niece of tho bride, and Master
Carroll Baldwin, brother of the bride,
wero tho only attendants. Master Bald
win acattred pink rose petals. Little
Miss Martha Monicker carried the ring
In nn American Beauty rose.
"Mr. and Mrs. Chapln have gone to
Minneapolis and Duluth. whence they
will take the boat trip to New York City
and go from there to their. summer cot
tage at Cocnlcug, lake In New York stat,
They will bo at home at Batavla ufter
Out-of-town guests wero Mr. and Mrs.
n, E. Chapln and Mrs. Fred Parker and
daughter, Miss Helen Parkor, from
Batavla, and Mrs. Helon Macumbur of
Oak field, N.'Y.
W. W. Club.
The W. W. club was entertained by
Mrs. Dlffenbachor at a 1 o'clock luncheon
at the Young Women's Christian associa
tion this afternoon. Thoso present were:
Dltfenbacher, N. Mai tin,
QruenlK, J. K. McCombs,
J. J. Hess. C. L. Peterson,
Fred Martls. Frank Brubaker,
George Hampton, W. C. Price,
11. Y. 8lietirer.
Mrs. John Dempster was the guest of
the club. Tho table was decorate'd with
branches' of cherries and bachelor but
tons. The next meeting of tho W. W, club
will bo a plonlo at Miller park July 16.
A pretty home wedding took place Sat
urday evening- at the homo of the bride,
Miss Johanna Koeper, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Koeper, when she wsa
given In marrlago to Mr. Joseph Hoames.
Tho bride was attended by her sister,
Miss Gertrude Koeper, and Mr. Walter
Sherwood attended the groom. The wed
ding march was played by Miss Emma
Koeper, sister of the bride, and little Al
berta Blsasser carried the ring In a calla
Illy. After a sumptuous wedding supper
the evening was pleasantly spent In dano
Ing and. singing.
Mr. and Mrs. Iteames will be at homo
afler July 1 at Grand Island, Neb.
Entertains Xa Veta Club.
Mrs. Henry N. Peters entertained tho
members of the La Veta club at a card
party and luncheon Thursday at the Mer-
uiiuiiba ituici, Kucsia inciuaea.
T .1 SV,1V RMn.o
F. J. Meyer, Henmi'n Beselin.
Ve.nry.ul?l . Needham,
John Martin, Maloncy,
J. P. Flnlty, Slayer,
ji. J. 'rate, Tray nor,
wr, jonn Clarence Cunningham and
Miss Irene Marie Baggott wero married
at 8t John's church, Twenty-tlfth and
California streets. Wednesday
Mr. Paul Gerhardt and Miss Julia Cun
ningham were tho witnesses. The mar
riage ceremony waa performed by Rev.
M. Bronsgeest, who also celebrated tho
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Gertrude Koeper left Wednesday
evening for Montreal, to accompany Dr,
and Mrs. E. H. Porter and family, where.
iney win sail ror Europe June 27, to spend
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Watson and chil
dren of Bt Louis, Mo., were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Penn P. Fodrva U.U
week. Mr. Watson Is a brother of Mrs.
Fodrea, and they left Thursday for a rand
Island for a visit with Mr. Watson's
Mr. Warren Potter of Marietta, nn
arrived this morning. His wedding to
Miss Laura Wllhelmy will take place tho
anernoon ox June 30.
ANNA SHAW JENIES STORY
Declares Interview at Philadelphia
on Matrimony is Wrong.
CRITICIZED SOME FEATURES
Think Sncrnmrnt All night, bnt
JInnncr of Appllcnilnn In Jfot
nxnctlr t'l io the JVriIn of
Dr, Anna Howard Shaw brands the
Philadelphia story, giving her views on
matrimony -w having outlived Its useful
ness as belns absolutely without founda
tion, accord'ng to Information received
by the local suffrago association. ,
On tho .contrary Mrs. Shaw Is said to
believe steadfastly In tho marriage cere
mony, but tho manner In which It Is
conducted Is the thing that bothers her
and gives her occasion for criticism.
She regards tho sacrament as a sacred
contract and ond that Is often abused be
cause, says Bhe, It l too many tlms
based upon a financial, social or other
standard Instead of the only successful
one of affection. Her message In part
"Tho purported Interview t'graphed
from Philadelphia, that I stated. that tho
marriage ceremony had outlived Ita use
fulness and should bo relegated to obli
vion, Is absolutely without foundation.
"I hnd no such Interview with any
reporter; nor did I Express my vleWs
on the subject of marriage to any re
porter since my return from Eumtxs
until after these garbled statements ap
peared In public,
Ohjeotn tn Nome Features.
"A long tlmo since, when tho question
of leaving tho word 'obey out of the mar
riage ceremony whs Under dlscunlon, I
did make tho statement that there were
many features of the present church mar
riage ceremony which should bo obliter
ated, nnd mentioned the word 'obey'
whloh I considered to be essentially Im
moral, became, for any human being to
pledge for a series of years In advance
to obey any other human being, without
Or IiA nACONTRUSIE.
The habllle tailored suits are distinctly
novel In their outlines. This model made
of sailor blue garbardlno is by Parry.
Tha short casaquln Is rather loose,
maklriK two straight revera In front and
gathered at the Shoulder in a wide shoul
der tab fastened In front by a button.
Tho vest of Iloinan striped satin la es
sentially of the Bprlng of 1914, and Is
much mora daring In color than those of
rDO Y0 LIKE A TA$TY
OLD FASHIONED DISH
that will mako you ask for a
second helping? Just try this:
(With Moulded Bam)
"To one cup diced cooked ham
add one teaspoon poultry season
Ins:; salt and pepper to taste and
turn it into a wet mould. Strain
8 cups unflavored gelatine over it
and set aside to become firm, Roll
one-half large package of Skin
tiers Bus Noodles ten minutes,
drain and blanch. Turn the ham
on a dish, surround with noodles,
sprinkle with grated, cheese and
garnUh with parsley,"
Always insist on Skinner's
Egg Noodles at your grocora
the best brand sold in Omaha.
SKINNER MFQ. CO., OMAHA
9. B."Xos.t .at meat that's tough
and bo ay.
Just trj BMnasr'g Macaroni."
Itiiverd Tt Ywr Knm
Alamito, Doug;. 409
WINNER OF WOMAN'S GOLF TOUR
NEY AT COUNTRY CLUB.
ILHflKzCL uiusdasassk. ssHIIIIIIIIIIIIIB
JJj'ss 3dp2ztio 7ht23
knowing what will bn do
Is essentially Immoral.
i also spoke of the part In which tne
woman Is given awnv nn iiin
quoted and belonging to the tlmo when
ine woman was not recognized as a tls
tlnct 'human entity, but as belonging to
tho male members of tho fnmlly.
"These two points In the marrlai?e
ceremony. I think, nro "out of place at
tho present time, and I no ntntri nm
so far from stating that tho marriage
ceremony was out of place, my wholo
Ideal of marrlngo Is so high that I feel
these changes should bo made, becauso I
aa Store Hours,
BURGESS -NASH CO.
Saturday, Juno 1J7, 1011.
At $3.9 8, $5.00 and $7.50
Kilpatrick's First Big
I Choice of
Hat in the
House . . . .
Nothing reserved. Every hat Is new no old stocks here. Some
of these hnts worth up to $20.00. Not a Iwt in the stock but was
made to seU nt $12.00 or more. This includes all our Trlmined Pan
amas nnd Ostrich Trimmed Hats.
Your choice of any Untrlmmed Hat In the store, "
values up to S3.00 s . . . .J
. Is the big day for Bee Want Ads
. To Avoid Disappointment
bring your Want Ad to The Bee office
before 7:30 tonight. Or you can tele
phone your advertisement and have it
charged. Before you forget about it, call
r.up!r7hriooo THE OMAHA BEE
think tho marriage ceremony too sacred
a thing to have Incorporated In It any
thing which Is unworthy or which doe
not belong to tho thought of our age.
Ceremonlea to flult Ench.
"I did state that I have no set crere
mony for all couples whom I marry, be
cause I feel that marriage Is an Individ
ual and personal affair and that each
ceremony should bo adapted to the occa
sion and to thoso who take part In It.
"In fact my ldal of marriage Is ko
much higher than tho Ideal which critics
hold, that I think it Is too sacred a sub
Ject, and tho relation too sacred a rela
tion to bo entered Into lightly or with
out due consideration. And for that
reason, I think that many of the mar-reason."
NEBRASKA TEACHERS TO
HAVE SPECIAL TO ST. PAUL
Having been selected ns tho official
route over which they will travel, tho
Nebraska teachers will occupy a special
train on the Northwestern from Omaha
to St Paul tho evening of July 4. The
teachers' train will leave Omaha at 9:15
In the evening and will reach St Paul
nt S o'clock the following morning. It
Is expected that fully 250 teachers from
Omaha and Nebraska will attend tho
convention of tho National Educational
association to be held in the Minnesota
city July 4 to It
A large number of the Omaha teachers
going to the Bt Paul convention are buy
ing tickets to points In the Minnesota
woods and on the lakes, where they will
remain some time after the close of the
meeting, making this their summer
8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday
STORK NEWS FOIl SATURDAY
- Exquisite New Summery
DECIDEDLY new and different hats from the ordinary.
And this is the only place in town where millinery
stocks are kept new and right up to concert pitch.
It is an ever changing charming style center unequalled
in this great western country.
New hats for every occasion, for riding, yachting, golf
ing, motoring, mountaineering or street and dress wear,
you can find the best here and a wide selection for the
All marked very special for Saturday
$3.98-$5.00 and $7,50
A now arrival of genuine Panamas $2.98, $3.98 and
up to $10.00.
Burgss-Kftih Co. Second floor.
i urgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th
Turner Heirs Settle
Miss Kennedy Claim;
to Pay Her $15,000
Heirs of the late Charles Turner, head
of .a prominent and wealthy family, who
died last fall, have settled for IIS.OJO, thy
claim of Miss Hannah E. Kennedy for
services as housekeeper.
Miss Kennedy who Is a sister of Mr.
Turner's lato wife and a member of t.ie
B. E. B. Kennedy family, filed a claim ,
for 36.C00. She received by the will a
salary and substantial allowance for the
upkeep of the great Turner home so lontc
as It should be kept In the family. Thl
provision was of but temporary effect
and It Is known that Miss Kennedy te;t
that the provision for her In the will
Arrangements to complete the settle
ment with Miss Kennedy have been dls
ciiFscd with officers of the county court
LIBRARY SENDING OUT
"SWAT FLY" LITERATURE i
The public library Is participating In
the "swat the fly" campaign. It Is dis
tributing pamphlets which tell the dan
gers of disease germs carried by files
and how to prevent them. The pamphlets
are Issued In books drawn from the 11
An Iilrnl Wonmii'n Lnxntlve.
No better laxative than Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They help the liver and bow
els to healthy action. 25c. All druggists.
till 9 P. M.
Sixteenth and Harney Streets.
$1.00 a Week
is All You Pay
At the UNION
And you can do it easily
and you don 't need all the
cash. A little down and a
dollar a week will do.
L a d i o s'
Ladies' House Dresses,
worth $2.00, ggg
Ladies' waists at
39c and 89c
Ladies' Bedford Cord
"Wash Skirts. mi in
Men's Suits at
$675 $S75 $1275
Men's Pants at
$1oo $200 $300
S.E. Cor. 16th & Jackson
Sugir-coated and all vegetable. Dose,
only one pill at bedtime. For consti
pation, bilious headache, indigestion.
Ayer's Pills. Sold for 60 yean.
Asfc Yonr Doctor. kSiftfifiz
CLEAR LAKE, E0WA.
"Saratoga el Tke Wcsl"
The beauty spot of Iowa.
Spend your vacation there.
Band concerts every day, '
Fine bathfng and fishing.
Something doing all the time.
An up. to. date town.
A moral town.
Furnished cottages by the week,
month,- or season.
Hotel accommodations at reason
Mall card to the Secretary of the
Commercial Club for handsomo
three color booklet.
Do It nowl
Northern- w v aid
Cabins de luxe suites and rooms with
F""" iMiiua rcjuonaras raica.
MontrealQuebec to Bristol
tXdellthtful days down the St Lawrence
i l -?.d?rtKe In palatial
n. n. BELL. Oeol Alm.
U pi Ltd., 64 W. Adjgn Bt.
Short Sea Route
From Montreal & Quebec
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