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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. JUNE 27, 1914.
DYICE ON JEEPING COOL
$jt Summfer School of Missions, Mrs.
jt Wells Principal Speaker.
ftVJ.TH TTTR WOMEN SOME THUJAS
rrt (hnt Knerjrr Biptnaea in
glVnTinir Fan Serves to Slnkr, tho .
Wurfr'Hotier Inittnd f
no hundred or so women Thursday
ftcmoon attended the Summer School of
fissions and wero trying toikecp.cooV by
!sorously fanning themselves when IKo
caker. Mr. D. Is. "Wells ot New. YorK
ty, reprimanded themffof, waallnrf o
"The amount of energy expended In
wing ihoRO largo, straw ' fans. Is only
Irving fo mako you hotter' asserted
Irs, Wells, Whereupon the,-women be-
..lit hiiMii. Jth.e' In i nn .llAmnl
?..!. w.aa-a. Lf. HVIi ............
15 rompute this problem or becauso of the
Mrs. Wells, speaking of church actlvl-
ihs, said. 'They ought to follow- tho
Ishlon arid call In ft business expert to
ircct church work, for, as -an example,
Sessionary meetings ans .conducted to-
t y In the same manner as they "were,
rty years ago," .
in passing, the speaker 'scored1 the
housewives who fall to use ,'tKelr. heads
tj sava their heels and advised ttiom to
call In a kitchen expert. Alio asserted
vat "the only warrant for Imposing the
Christian . religion on ' tho countless
teathen ps the -mtsalonarlob havo been
6lng, Is tho consciousness that religion
Is not comparative. There Is only one
and that Is the Christian religion."
ncRlntrnttnii in Larue.
Fashionable society women who have
taken up Hindu cults Just because the
head of'tho cult was attired In rainbow
shades of silks and told them about the
soul life, also camo'ln Tor their sharo ot
The registration at this session ot the
Summer soliool Is (he largest that It has
even been, -'almost 300 having registered
up , to date Seventeen delegates from
other states aro In attendance, among
them are Miss Davis, St. Louts, Mo.,
president ot thVBoard of Missions ot the
Southwest; 4 Mrs. E. O. King and Rev.
and' Mrs. Dudley of Indlanola, la. Mrs.'
King is stalo synodlcal president and
Mrs. Dudley Is general chairman of the
Lake OkoboJI Summer School ,of Mis
sions. William Bruce Lefflngwell, author,
traveler and lecturer, will glvo vcwa of.
the vlaryima-Paclflo exposition at this
MAIL CARRIERS' BAND TO -PLAY
AT RIVERVIEW PARK
l hl n..tr nklla T-.t... T1.lt la I.VInv
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Bsmay of North
DakoU visited the home of A. V. Rogers
Marion Branson And wife ot Omaha
were hero Tuesday to attend the Hlckey-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson of South
Omaha were here to iittcnd the funeral
or JJavld Armes.
Rov. Mr. Fagan Is. attending the KP
worth Chautauqua at Ralston and Is con
aucung the music.
Mrs. Jacob Fnckler and her daughter.
Mrs. A ,C. Ilcacock left last Tuesday lor
ot. Francis, Kan., to visit relatives.
David Arm. nxrA nearly 92 veara. And
the oldest resident of the village, died
on, Juno 19. Mr. Armes came to (his
county in iss.
Mrs, Jack Winn of South Omaha, was
a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dow, the
forepart of the week.
Hiram Polk of O'Neill, was calling on
old-time friends last Thumday. It is
twenty-three years since Mr. Polk left
On Wednesday evening at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. E. U Pflug, oc
curred the marriage of Miss Ollle Pflug
to. Lloyd Hlckey of Oretna, Rev. J3. I,
Tho -ijiall carriers' band will: give the
flr'sl of a scries of four concerts nt'Rlv
ervlew park Sunday afternoon.' Tho band
contains forty pieces and ull of the play
,crs aro expert .musicians,
tnrKl" .IlrtnUrr Drop Ilrnil.
STUROI8, S. D Juno' Jfl.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Frank W, Shaw, nged 46, died
suddenly this morning of apoplexy. He
was assistant cashier ot tho Commercial
Nntlonnl bank of Sturgls for nearly
eleven years. He was a member of Ma
sonic and Workmen orders. rThe funeral
will be Sunday, or later. '
I From Our Near Neighbors
rfMlsses Myrtle and Mury Loacr. left on
.Wednesday for a trip to California.
riMI&s Florence; urau is ai uavcnpori.
ieo., tor icn uayp .visit wuu mm
The rural school boards will hold the
tgumr annual meeting on .huiwu,
Mlsa Mabel Fuller Is nt home for the
Igimmer wun iier Kranumunn;., ,
3J P. Boyer has sold tils barber busl
nfcss to Ous Jnnge, who will take posses
sion about July 2.
!3Tho ball team which was defeated by
tte Paplillon team will play tho Windsor
lfctcl ttam SUnday.
Mrs. Bert Hulllnger and daughter,
Hernlce. wero visiting relatives near
Arlington last week.
SEdltor Wilson returned from I.l'ncotfi
rtuesday. wherr hu attended the plcnlo
ftf tho State Press association,
itallss Norn Sumneri teacher In District
J for the 'last twfo years, was married
Ixsror P, McArdlo on Wednesday,
ino 17. The young couple will make
elr home In valley.
,A large number tif-f rlehd gatheredVnnd
nHrprlsod Mr. and' Mrs.- .Petor-Ktoener
last Saturday evening. Dancing In' 'tho
Saclous barn furnlshod pleasant pastime
&id nt midnight a delicious lunch was
IWohn Lcbbert was married on Sunday,
JSune J3 to Mrs. Icna Qf lso at Zl on s
Dutheran church by tho Rev. H. Rott-:
rtan, pastor of tho church. Diner was
ijrved at the homo ncor Klkliorn to the
llrldal party and near relatives. A ro
dlptlon was held" In 'the evening;
ifclaydo Jenkins of Manley warn a Visitor
ire Thursuay. .. .
5. 3. Murnuardt and' family inovorcll to
fncorn Wo-dncsdfry. .--.
I.ouls Daniel and E. Nutxmon wero at
blumbus this week. ' ' "
k?-A tiilu.pk nt Omaha was hero
b..r HnnrtoV VtVitlne frlontlS. '
Mrs. M. M. Straub and daughter Donna
tfiiro Oinalia -visitors Saturday. -, 4
Evdolph 2(mmerec and on were hero
tipm Nebraska City Wednesday,
fX. F, Wult and family, spent sunuay
the guests of NchawKa relatives.
r.t... r itvnn visitors Thursday.
.n.v. " - .
!81f tvil1li.m flnlln. Vina return Ml from
ftjtwo weeks' stay at Rochester,. Minn.
aira AVllUam Thlelfc was' tlie'BUest: of
AJV.IIlt - -
rNtls" Sogard and family were here from
weeping water aunaay vuimng miani.
Mrs, Margaret Behrns has returned
irom a flvo weeks' visit at Savannah, Mo.
Mls&es Anna and Minnie RuIibo wero at
.Council Bluffs this week visiting a sister.
tr.M T!l nA wlfA nt Plat t limmlth
-were the guests of Avoca relatives this
Dr. J. F. urenaei or aionaviiio. ina.,
was visiting at the homo of Dr. Brendel
wood, la., this week, making the trip in
their auto. .
Mrs. E. Nutxman, sr., who has been
-taking treatment at Excelsior 8prings,
Mrs. Jack Dunkirk of' Fremont was here
this week visiting her parents, Mr. and
ilrs, Benjamin Uotts.
County Icaeuo" Kame for nqxt Bunday
VaViawld'ar aVn f MnnldV ut TlUlnVlllA.
Mrs. F, Ji. Reynolds was a Fremont
ePter HIlgenKairip wept to Omaha Tues
J. A. Dixon has qne of-the finest' fields
of spring wiieat in wis vicinity.
F. It. Reynolds was a lltlr visitor Taes-
uay morning, returning uy way 01 umana,
Dr, F. 8. Taylor went . to. Omaha
Wednesday, where ho will spend a 'few
Ed Warnor returned. Wcdnesdsy.-i ron
Baxalnc, Kan., whercThe'went rt0 attend
ino funeral 01 ms ramer.
Cbrl "Wulf departed Monday evening
for Hooper, where he will dig a number
cf wens in tnai ncisiiDornoou, .
O. I Pfelffer accompanied ' by' hi
mother and sister. Mrs. Kd Woener.
autoed to umatia last wcantsaavj
Mr, and Mrs.' John--Hamming ot'Otnaha
motored up sunuHy 10 visit -Mrs. nam-
mangs mother, Mrs. a. j. itooerts.
.tni-A T? . rv Jnekinn nf lllnlr Wfli in
this vicinity recently appraising an estate
Mr. and Mrs. Charles HuKenbuok of
Kchuylrr are the guekts ot Mr. Hken
bUcHa father. RS. D. Hawunbuak, this
week. t ,
Mrs. H. l Mdiabbdn ltrtftrtid for
riencoe, la. Tuesday, wliere she will
visit friends and relatives for a. short
It M. Eakln ot the United States'
Orographlcal -Survey-gaye at- Illustrated 1
lecturu on .Alaska on Monday evening ql
a large audience.
Prof, and Mrs. U J. Qllkenson and son '
arrived in Arlington Wednesday and will,
go In camp on the Elkhorn with the high
sclicol cjass-of, 191J, ."-,''
A- C. Marshall and wjn jleparted Mon-'
day morning ' for Cleveland and other
Ohio points for a two woeks' vUit with,
friends and relatives.
WUIIam and M"l Whltford have over'
lehtv colonies of bees. They are X-!
perJenced bee men and expect to ship
much honey this fall.
Mrs. Gottlieb Hartung and grand
daughter, Helen Crook of Qulncy. Ill,, ar
rived last week for a visltlth Velatlvtts
fid frlenc near here.
Mrs. Chris Halderson returned to hor
home at Chadron, Neb., last -Friday
after a three weeks' visit with her
father. W. R- Downs.
Mr, ufa Mrs. ?Ted Pfelffer, m-nt tj
Omaha last Friday mornlnV- They wew
guests ot Council Bluffs relatives on
Saturday and Sunday.
Children-' day. exerclw1 were held Hi
&h churches here Sunday by suitable
program. Miss Anna Rlsner had charge
of the children of tho Methodist Epis
Mr. and Mrs. Bokleri after spending a
'fQW days as the guests of Mrs, Doyle'
"parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W, 8. Hadley, re
turned to their home In Omnha the first
of tho 'ick.
Fred Henrntnn recently returned from
Blair, where ho has been sitting on the
Board of Equalization In session last
week. Mr, llcnrrnon Is commissioner
from this district.
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Marshall and A C.
Marshall departed Monday for Cleveland,
O., where tluy will, attend the meeting
ot 1110 National Nursery Men s assort
otlon, which mtcta In that city June 24,
25 and 20.
Miss Llllllr.n MnrCaniifn nnd Itnhnrt Me.
Connell of Akron, O., were married hero
wcjunc-iany evening, the llcv. .1. FrankSIn
haas OS Omaha officiating. Miss "Morgcn
scn was brought. up hero and has manv
friends and Mr. McConnell Is -a repre
sentative of tho Firestone Flro nnd Rub
ber company of Akron, O. 4 . ,
Walter Ambler I vlsltlnir his fnthfr nt
II. J. PhlllDS Is visiting his non and
family at Bertrnnd, Nob.
Thomas Murtev wns Innklnn- nflnr
business matters at Kansas City and
Kt. Joseph, Tuesday.
Attorney J. M. Stewart of Lincoln was
a recent visitor nt tho homo of- h! sla
ter, Mrs. M. J, Wlckorshnm, here. "
Ed Jochlm. flvo miles north' of town,
Had n horso killed by lightning Sunday
night. Tho animal wan valued at S3X.
A brother of Mrs. Bd Jewel of this
place, died at a hospital In California.
Ho was ..Carl ICIng, a former Jewelry-
man hnrn' rt '
Mrs. Charleil PooroMof Omaha, nnd
Mrs. Gedrgs-Schroedonot Atchison. Kan
u10 (iniuiiK mm ineir inuiiier, .Mrs. J,
Qcorgo Holmes has returned for his
summer vacation from Notre Dame. Ind.,
........... 1. , ...., , ... .
n imiTj hu is inning uu enKineenug course
In tho university.
Miss Mona Kleckner of Osceola, la.,
Is visiting at tho John Colbert homo iind
with other friends ' horf ?ho .wos a
former teacher In 'the Wceplnfif Vater
acadomy school of music. .
Oscar McNurlln. whn'tnnVm hln imma
hero nnd works In tho Ilurllncton nhntM
at Hnvolock, was seriously injured
Wednesday. Ho was hit on thc head wIMi
a trip hammer. Thero Is a chance ot his'
recovery. ... N't
Bert MoNameo. son nf Air. tml Mm
Jamos McNamoe. of this place, and Mis
JSstella Delea Derntor, daughter of Mr.
ana airs, wiiiiam ueies Dernier, wero
married In Lincoln Wednesday, and will
go 10 nouseacoping noro.
Grove Baldwin is visiting his mother.
Mrs. C. W. Baldwin.
Miss Nettle Kelner of Omaha visited
this week at the Hofeldt home.
Misses Ruth and Pearl Grewcock vis
ited relatives at Waterloo Thursday.
Tlflaa Vmma K7n1.K ....... . . I I . . ....
Nettle Wltto of Omaha on Wednesday.
Arrangements have been made to hold
a big celebration In Elkhorn the Fourth.
Cltfn TT.nMN fkt VHAm V.k . . I 1 1 . 1
his relatives here over Wednesday night.
Mrs. Charles Betts of Benson visited
hr flmiirhti fr. T A nth,nM. .ki.
. .J---., ...aw. W, ... V11UUUI1B. .IIIO
Mrs. Hovuk of Omaha, formerly Miss
Shepard, attended the Chapln-Baldwln
CnilrtA Tlnldwln hiliiM,.. 1 c .
i iuvuiiicu iiviiiu raiuruar
after soveral weeks' visit with his brother,
nuusri ana iamiiy ftl uunning.
Mrs.. C. W. Hlckey of Bennington and
children visited Thursday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wltto.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kllllan and daugh
ter, Miss Josephine Ort, Miss Rose Urlch
nnd Master Harry Ort visited from Sat-
llrdlLV nnMI Mnnrl.i; with HI ...... ir..
J. E. Fate.
Earl Fedde, eldest son of Mrs. John
ntliuiiljl nuu Aituiiuur Jk
1M at W4s-lr "arian b Yt m fni.1 n.klxV. . -
"-' niuwu iq warn
oprtlnir fell on him. cutting & deep gah
is mm viuci
Mr. John Lobbert and Mrs. Lena Gelse
WAf A tnDC.I&.l C 1 1 .1 . . . . . I
church near Bonnlngton. There was a
reception In the afternoon at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Mr Unr..- rk.nl- Jt 111., n...
- - -.w.wa w 1 1 1. mm maids iusuenionii
Baldwin were married Wednesday at the
homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Baldwin, only rolatlves being pres.
ent. A reception was held In the after-
nnnn. Aft mnA f - .hu 9 ti . . . . ,
N. V, parents of the groom, attended the
nouuuiB, ino young coupie leu ror New
"iork Wednesday evening, where they will
uiunn men IIUIIIO.
Miss Opal Bcsack Is v'altlnx frolnds in
Mrs. Incs Beadle of Pnnllllnn la visit.
Ing her father, John Munford.
W. H. Da-idson Is back from n. trln
to: Bolso and ot.hor western points,
J. E. Curtl of South Omaha was a.
caller at W. H. Petera' on Thursday.
Goorge Sattorflcld returned from Idaho
and Montana, where he went two weeks
John Hlnes Is tho carrier for. Route No.
Miss Verdllla Rice went to Dundee
Mrs. Rlgg of Waterloo was a Valley
Miss Bculah Byars and Ella Davis went
to Fremont Thursday.
Roy Gardiner returned from a week's
visit at Tllden Friday.
Miss Marie Bvara went In Pnnllllnn
Wednosday to spend the rest of the
Miss Lillian Morrow Is enloytng a visit
from her sister, Miss Anna Morrow, ot
Rev. B. A. Fve and family returned Fri.
day from their visit with ills father nt
r W- i ri . . ..
..I. nuu mil, uourtio uampiHii are en
loylngj.a visit, .from; their daughter and
baby ;of Omah v
Mr. Isaac Noyeii of Dflnace spent Sun
day In Valley. Mrs. Noyes and Prlscllla
returned wtlh him Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Condlon accompanied their
son, eueiaon, 10 tne Meinoalst episcopal
hospital. Wednesday, where he had an
operation for appendicitis.
Arrangements have been completed nnd
Valley has a 'bill up for a (Ino celebration
July 4, 1014. It Is over ten years since
tValley has had a -celebration.
Mr. and Mm. M. Uat-rlson', accompanied
by Miss llcaste Townsend. motored out
from Omaha In their new Ford Sunday, to
be tho guests ot Dr. and Mrs. Garrison.
Mrs, Fred Enfield, who has been in thy
Methodist Episcopal hospital for over two
weeks, has recovered from a severe oper
ation and returned to her homo Wednes
day Mrs. C. H. Webb entertained for Miss
Desdemona Baldwin, Mr. Horace Chapln
and, their attendants at her home Tues
day evening. Twenty-four guests were In
Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Webb. Misses Ruth
and Frances Whltmore, Benton Whltmore
ana Mr. ana Mrs, v. c. Kennedy attended
the Chapln-Baldwln reception at Elkhorn
Tho annual banquet of the Valley
Alumni association was given at the Held
hotel Friday evening at S o'clock. Covers
wero laid for fifty-six. The following
officers were elected for the coming
year: r-inar Anaercon, prescient; itutn
Whltmore, vice president, and Marie
Wallstrom secretary and treasurer.
, Don't Biame the; Butcher &t Less Meat
Yes. meat Uihlffh. But we eat tod much meat, under' tho mistaken
impression that it is heeded to nourish us. Eat less moat eubaUtuto
Jt eoaUlns f tr more nutrition than mett. Easier
lfetUd fclso-Hik your dottor. You can make
nunr rich, savory dishes with this excellent food.
Try it awhile you'll fsel better.
St and 10c pkst. Dot today.
MAULL BROTH EHS, St. Louti, Mo.
i.mir 1 "Til
Tho Beer for the Hose, Hotel, Ckb aal Cafe
" 'J 1 V . 1
Anheuser Bufcch Co. of Nebr.
Family trad supplied
G. H. HANSEN. D
Phone DougUs 2S043 .
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time, without a surgical operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other general onut
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DR. TARRY Bee Building Omnha.
Great sale of Men's Classy
Shirts starts Saturday
312 nice, clean summer shirts new this season,
will bo placed on sale Saturday, considerably
uuderprice. All sizes from 13 to 17. Big
variety of very choice fabrics in neat stripes
and tasty colors.
bold originally to
$1.50 your choice
of the lot, at
Men's high type Palm
Beach suits specially
Tan and navy with hnir lino
f-tripes and plain tnns, sizes
for young mon and men, 34
to 44, a real snap.
Cravenetted Mohair Suits
Plain colors or stripes, sizes
24 to 42.
$12.50 and $15
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE.
bargains in boys' Blouses
Fine Mudras in neat patterns,
Patent tapeless -waist band.
Regular 85c Values for t
151648-20 FARNAM STREET.
Boys' $1.75 and $2.00
Copperfield and Oliver
Sizes 2 to 6 years
all tho good
colors and all in
Cholco of the lot
Waists, Waists, Extraordinary
Nice new models in plain and striped voiles,
every one of the Benson & Thorne quality, the ,
greatest values in town. About enough for Sat
urday 's selling. If you miss getting two or
three, you'll be the. loser.
Ladies' Panama Hats
in two big lots
Trimmed Panamas that sold up to
$8.50, for $5.00
Extremely Fine Panamas that sbld
up to $17.50, for $7.50
Exclusive line of the
new White Satin Hats
t h r oughout, or
whlto and black
combinations. . . .
$2.50 s $5
White French Dresses for
little tots, 2 to 6 years
$1.75 dresses, now $1.15
$2.50 dresses, now $1.65
$3.50 dresses, now $2.65
$5.00 drestes, now $3.95
50c and 75c values, now. . . .39c
85c and $1.00 values, now. . .69c
Prices on women's and
misses' Summer Dresses
cut way down
Pretty styles in cool, washable fab
rics, suitablo for any time or place
and particularly so for vacation or
Those that sold up to $7.50,
Those that sold up to $15.00,
CHOICE OF THE HOUSE
$18 to $30
$18 to $50
Buys Any Man's or Young
Nan's Suit in The House!
NO RESTRICTIONS Blues and blacks are included at $12.50
NO RESTRICTIONS Strouse & Brps. High. Art Clothes ... . . . .". $12.50
NO RESTRICTIONS "Society Brand" Clothes at $12.50
NO RESTRICTIONS A. B. Kirshbaum clothes at : $12.50
NO RESTRICTIONS No reserves any suit in stock $12.50
-i-NO RESTRICTIONS See clothes in windows at $12.50
NO RESTRICTIONS Stouts, Slims, Extra Sizes, at $12.50
NO RESTRICTIONS And please bear in mind that the suits sold up to as high as
$35 but any suit is yours now at . .$12.50
No-Frills No Flutter The "Palace" always existed on Modest Profits;
"Palace" Clothes, Even at REGULAR Prices, are "Bargain Buys" This
makes an "ANY J5UIT AT $12.50" offer all the More Striking-Buy
COK.J4 & DOUGLAS
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