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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1914)
fllTC BEE; OMAHA, TTESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.
RENZE MISSESJINE CHANCE
Samson's Chief "Devil" Almost
Takes Trip to Another World.
WHILE CELEBRATING FOURTH
Monday, July 6, 1914.
UST as wo women are returning to the styles of our grandmothers, I
Jnotloe that the men are returning to older stylos, too.
For the last four or flvo yearn the men hare been wearing
white ducks or whlto or gray flannel suits for golfing In fact, the
regular tennis costume but now I notice the leaders of style among the
men are returning to the knlckorbocker costume, first Introduced by our
Pilgrim fathers and usually worn by the Scotch doroteo of golf, the Scotch
man being the ono original golfer.
Hal McCord, who may bo seen almost any day on tho Country club
courso, was one of the first to return to this style, and many others
quickly followed suit.
Thursday was ladles' luncheon day at Happy Hollow, and following
luncheon wo played golf. Playing Just ahead of us was Thomas J. Kelly.
He was Indeed "the glass of fashion and the mould of form, tho observed
of all observers," for ho wore the newest In golf attire, the popper and salt
knickerbockers, with black stockings with white strlpea at the top.
George Simpson, the Country club professional, wears this same at
tiro. Charles Johnston, the Happy Hollow professional, wears the knick
erbockers for tournaments. 0. M. Durkee of Happy Hollow has also
adopted tho new stylo.
Jack Hughos, president of the Field club and ex-stato champion, and
Dr. Sumney and Albert Cahn, all expert golfers of tho Field club, wear
tho knlckorbocker costume for playing,
M. C. Peters of tho Country club played at Palm Beech last winter
and says all of tho men wore wearing the knlckorbockors for golf in the
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahonoy left today
for their ranch In Montana, whera thay
plan to spend the entire summer.
Mr, and Mr. Francis Oalnoa and aon,
Franc!, and Catper Otfutt, leave July
1J for Estea park to spend aeveral weeks.
W. H. Thomas and small son levo
eoon for a trip on tha dreai lakea and
In Canada. Befora returning they will
vlalt Mr. and Mr. Arthur Brandels at
their country homo, near New York. Mr.
Thomas and daughter, Joaephln. leave
Sunday for California, to be trono two
Mlaa Marjorle Foote, who haa been In
Oberlln college the last year, Is engaged
In social settlement work In Cleveland
At Carter lake 01nt.
A number of diners enjoyed the cab
aret performance at Carter Iake club
Bunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Grant
William entertained one of the largest
dinner parties, having fourteen guests.
Other reservation wera mart by A, A,
Arnold, two; A.F. Bloom, three: Kdward
It icowe. three; Clark Cheney, two; Our
nan, twol O. U Darby, sevanj W. D. Kck.
three: Mr. May Harris, two; A. A.
Jluth, two: Edwin Jewell, fours A. Jetes,
three; Robert Johnson, two; Dr. Karrer,
twoi Martini, two; n. Q. Keller, four;
Tom Kelly, four, A. D, Meysr, two: F. T.
Mason, IS J. Mattern, four: M. A. Mll
ter two; C. J. Nagl, two: 13. D. Nelson,
three; If. O. Nllson, two; Paul Itusmlsel.
two; U O. Toland, four: K. II. Ward,
three: F, I Weaver, fou Pajph Welrlck,
two; W, U Wharton, twot Wsllander,
four; Mrs. Bralncrd, four; Joe Creodon,
two; A. Butt, four; A. A. Burns, four.
Seymour Lake Country Club.
Am thnia dlntnir at tho club Bund ay
evening were Mr. and Mr. A, Melcher,
who had with them Miss Mabel Melcher
and Mr. H. Vandenbrook of Chicago.
Dining with Mr. and Mrs. A- Gallagher
Misses- M'""- .
M. A. Gallagher 0. M, g"nrL,.,
of CantonTlll. : Catherine. G allajrhtr.
Mr. SI, J3, Morrow has as gueatas
Mr. and Mr. David o. Pedds,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I, Vollmer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith entertained at
dinner for Mr. Frank Dlson of New Tork
City. Tha rumU were I
Mr. Frank Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. flwlngley.
Mr, and Mr, John Smith.
Another party lnoud4 Mr, and Mr.
K D. Phillip and Mr. and Mrs. A;T,
Thers were a number of small parties.
Mr, C. O. S. Tobln had three guest;
Mtsa Marjorle Current, two; C A. Man
gum, three; Mr. Jama C. Dahlman,
three; I I Raber, two; Carl Melius,
Miss Mas Moore 1 a house guest of
Dr. and Mr. M. U King.
Mr. James Co it entertained a half
doxen guests at a swimming party Bun
At Happy Hollow.
Dining at the club Sunday evening wra;
C II. Marley, who had six guests: J. W.
Parish, three: W, C. Klopp, two; Eugene
Duval, two: A. B. Curry, three: Dr. W.
F. Mllroy, thre A. O. Elllck. fouri W,
c. Rosa, three; Morton Engelman. two;
James Drumtnond, two; Kenneth Reed,
two; yi, a Bnop twoi A. n, jtqwoii,
two; O, M. Durkee. two J C. O. Sadler,
even: C. S. Stebbln. two; A. J, McBhane,
two; A. J. Crelgh, four! N. 0, lry..two!
R. W. Reed, two; Norrls Brown, four;
Stanley Rose water, three; Ouy IJggett,
two; Thomas J. Kelly, two; Dr. E. T.
Manning, faun J, F. Prentiss, two; I. A.
Together were? IT. W. Ellis, Harry
Byrne, J. T. Brownies and E. F. Folsom.
Mrs. A. II. Burnett will havo a chll
dren'a party at the elub Tuesday after
noon at the mattne dance.
EntertJfln t )unehn Tuesday will
h Mrs. Henry Van Glesen, who will have
eight guests; Mrs. K. W. Arthur, eight.
and Mrs. Carl unlnger, eight.
About SCO wlU attend tho golfers' dinner
t Happy Hollow Thursday evening In
honor of the, visiting golfer for thtaU
Guests from Constantinople.
Mr. Samuel Anderson and two small
sons, of Constantinople, Turkey, arrived
Sunday for a visit with Mr. end Mr.
James Anderson. She wilt spend the
Winter with her parents In California.
Mr. Anderson, who Is treasurer of
Roberta college, wilt return to the United
states for an extended vacation next year.
Mlsa Caroline Clothier of Philadelphia
and. Mlsa Mary Plnney of New Tork City
have arrived to visit Mrs. J. M. Metealf,
Mia Plnney was organist of the First
CbrUan Bckoca church of New Tork
for several year. This evening Mr. Met'
talf will entertain at dinner at the Coun
try club for them.
f topjon-Qinane Weddlnsr.
Mr. Btrt A. stmpaon of MarshaUtown,
Jowa. and Ml Gladys Praper Olnane of
(pteux rails, a. wars married stur
y. July 4, the Rev. T. J. Mackay offl
elating, The ceremony took place at the
Simpson, SS1S Jones, street. Mr. Emma
C. Draper of Sioux Falls and Mr, Simp
son' family were witnesses.
At the Field Club.
Miss Florence. Rahm had twelve gucittn
at the club today, and Tueaday Miss
Rahm will have elxht guests; Mrs. H. A.
Wahl will have eight guests at lunrheon
Tuesday, and Wednesday " evening She
will hava ten guests at dinner. Thurs
day Mrs. Aiolph Storz will have twelve
guests at luncheon.
Tho Rotary club will dlna together Fri
day evening at tho Field club and covcrn
will be placed for 100. The aame even
ing F. J. Farlngton will hava & banquet
About sixty club members and friends
dined at the club Sunday toning.
At the Country Club.
Mrs. Harold Prltchett was the winner
of the women's putting match at the
Country club Saturday afternoon and
wa given a pretty sliver coaster.
About seventy members of. the club
and their friends dined at the club Sun
day evening. Among those having guest
Wtr H. 1L Baldrlge, who had covers
pi ft cod for six; Luther Drake, six: Har
old Prltohott, four; J. D. Richards,
seven, and T. J, Mahoney, four.
The Columbian Circle will entertain at
a card party Wednesday afternoon at Its
hall Twenty-second and Iocurt street
For Sioux City Visitor.
Mr- and Mrs. Qustaveson, 819 South
Thirty-seventh, entertnlned Saturday. In
honor of Mlsa Esther Nelaon, who Is visit
ing here, from Bloux Cltvv There were
about thirty gueaU present, and the even
ing was spent In card playing and tango
n and Out of the Bee Hive.
Dr. D, A Foots returned Sunday from
an eastern professional and vacation trip.
Colonel and Mr Thomas Bwobe have
returned from an extended stay In California.
Misses Haxel and Esther Solomon leave
this week for a tour works' concert trip
In lows, Nebraska and Mtsaoufl.
Mr. Louts Hodra of New Tork City.
arrived Sunday, to bo the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, 8. Had ra
ft! r. and Mrs, Henry E. Maxwell have
left to spend the month at tho summer
cottage on Beautamoro lake, Oshkosh,
Mr. George M. Cooper and Mlis Mildred
Cooper have gone to Lake Mlnnetonka,
Minn., for the summer. Mr. Qooper may
Join them later.
The Misses Bessie and Janet Kdholm,
who hava been visiting their father, Mr,
Albert Edholm. for the last two months,
have returned to their hu In Gordon-
Mr. A. D, goktrfBtrharn and Miss Qer-
flY IiA nACONTHUSB.
Model for afternoon or evonlng wear
of .black satin crepe, with a collar of
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oiacK voivoi or me rocrio mum --
ner of tho capo la flung across one
shoulder with a Napoleonic effect.
Artisan Receives Klemtlnir Experi
ence When He Attempts In Get
Rid of gome Ancient
Omaha' most novel Fourth of July
relebratlon was held by Gus Renxc,
chief "devil" of the "Devil's Hotel" at
the Ak-Sar-Bn den. And Gu had to
r.drrlt afterward that the celebration was
derldedly unexpected by him, and that he
was lucky not to have been lugged to a
hospital aa a result.
Six years ago he had concocted a typical
'Gus Renze" mixture of sodium and
magnesium, to be used as an exploslvo
In one of the stunts at the den. Fear
lrg that IN might be dangeroua to use,
he put It In tha cellar, out of' harm's
way, and never touched It until Inst Sat
urday, when he decided to destroy It
beforo any trouble resulted.
Ha placed It outdoors, back of the den,
over a tank or water, nna piannea to
explode the stuff by knocking It with a
shotgun charge Into the wnter. When
ho did so, the explosion tore a huge hole
In the ground, nearly knocked a hole In
the side of tho building, peppered the fa
mous Ak-8ar-Ben bull and other animals
with tho burning substance and the hot
water, and almost sent Gus on a perma
nent visit to happy hunting grounds.
"Never nKoln." he remarked, when he
picked himself up and tried to quiet the
pandemonium among the animals. "I'm
for n safo and sane Fourth hereafter."
trud Bchcrmcrhorn have gone east for
the summor, nhd will visit Mrs. Schermer.
horn's daughter, Mrs. Frank Willis, at
Mrs. W. a. ' Dickey went to Colorado
Spring Saturday to spend tho summer.
Her sister, Mrs. T. F. Doty of Goldfleld,
C('lo.. will meet her at the Springs and
remain during the summer months.
Olenn C. Wharton has returned from a
vacation trip to Atlantlo City and New
York. Mrs. Wharton, who accompanied
him, will spend tho week In NeW Tork
and visit friends In Chicago before her
Miss Elizabeth Charlton left Sunday
ovenlng for a visit to hor brother, Lieu
tenant Alexander Charlton, and wlfo at
Annapolis. Later Miss Charlton will
visit relatives In Now York and Connecticut
Club Women Asked
to Raise Funds for
an Expo Building
Tho aid of Nebraska club women Is
being enlisted by Lieutenant Governor S.
n. MoKslvIs to aocuro funds for a Ne
braska building at the Panama exposi
tion. The executive committees of the
Omaha and South Omaha Woman's clubs
met at tho Young Women's Christian as
sociation building on the call of Mrs. K.
n. Tnwl. chairman of the Panama ex
position committee, to devise mcana of
medal selling, before the public, the pro
ceeds to be used for this fund. rour
trips to the 'exposition and numerous
other prizes will bo awarded to those
bringing in the most money for the
fund. ThoKo who have already entered
tho contest are Mrs. Carrlo Champney,
1914 Chicago street; Mlsa viola Fens, tn
and Farnam, and Helen Elizabeth Holtz.
2701 California street.
Those present at the meeting were
Mcsdames E. II. Towi, w. ji. iseison,
president of the Qmaha Woman's club;
MnoMurnhv. E. E. Stunfleld. C.
H. Marley, A. L. Fernald and Bruce Mc-
REALTY MEN LEAVE FOR
NATIONAL ASS0UIAIIUN Witt I
Omaha rent estate men, delegates to tho
convention of tho National Association of
Real Estate Exchnngos at Pittsburgh,
havo started ' for Pittsburgh, name In
groups, and somo scattered. Some few
Went early, The most of tho crowd went
Sunday night in a special car over the
Burlington. Thoso In tho delegation arot
C, F. Harrison, national vlco-proaldent:
13. M. Slater, treasurer, and wife: O, C.
Oeorge, E. R, Benson, chairman of the
Plttsbrugh committee; C. O. Carlberg,
H, C. Onrvin, Mr. and Mr. Harry A.
Wolf, Mr. and Mra. E. F. Williams, Mrs.
O. A. Scott. Miss Uarda Scott and Miss
Irma Bgok. Mr. Carlberg took his sons,
Ralph and George, aa far a Chicago ta
Visit their grandparents.-
F. H. Myrr. president, Joined the party
In Chicago Monday a alio does B, R.
Hustings, national committeeman.
A. I, Crelgh, seoretary, and wlfo left
last owning to Join tho party In Pitts
burgh. Let Tho Beo get you a good Jo. "Sit
uatlons Wanted" ads nro free.
of Harriman Bank
President Mohler is In receipt of In
formation to the effect thut he has boon
elected a director Of the Harriman Na
tional hank of New York City. This
was originally the Night and Day bank
and some year ago wan taken over by
tho Harriman Interests and tho name
changed to the Harriman National.
The Harriman National reorganized 111
1911, has a capital and surplus of $1,000,000,
wllth a total of 919,515.491 In resources,
Its deposits havo grown from 14,100,000 In
UU to 115,000,000 June SO of this year.
IClrctria. Urnnd, Hitters
helps dyspepsia, aids digestion. Increases
appetite, keeps liver and kldnoys healthy
Buy a bottle today. COo and St. All drug
THOMPSON PLEADS GUILTY
AND IS GIVENSIX MONTH?
Claude B. Thompson, former clerk at
tha Paxton hotel, wa sentenced to six
months In Jail by Judge Boars upon his
plea of guilty to the charge of abetting
and aiding the delinquency of 14-year-old
Agatha Zlmmermann, daughter of Mrs.
Agatha Quade, Railroad avenue and West
Madison street, South Omaha.
The daughter Is now being taken care
of by her mother.
Selected for Their
Our agents search the trop
ics for the richest, fullest
flavored spices. They accept
only the pick of the crops.
are heavier laden with the pungent
oils that best penetrate the rood
and blend with it. We use every
precaution to make them free from
nulls and chaff. The protective
package keeps all their goodness.
Your grocer tdk ihem. Always 10c a pkg.
Hif, Solttt Cinnamon, Clou, UxitarJ,
CUgtr, Atltplc. 3t. CkuxniM Ptppr,
Hutmtg, WhtUMtfJ Pit Mlint Spit
and all ofA.r.
TONE BROS.. Des Moine
' tUndn ofthm Famous Old Golden Corfu
A Wonderful Week for Economical Shoppers
Here Are a Few of Tuesday's Bargains:
2,600 Yards of Summer Silks, Worth $1.75 and $1.95
Printed crepe de chine.
Beautiful crepo meteor.
Crepe Cnnton, nil new.
Lustrous Rndium silks.
50c Printed Foulards at Yd.
For Tuesday vro haTo added njany
new and boautlful patterns to this
wonderful lot of printed foulards.
Women who hare seen them say
they are the best over offered at, . .
36-inch chiffon taffetas
36-inch moire velvets
10-inch satin brocades
40-inch satin princess
$2.95 and $3,95 Silks, at Yd.
Another lot of theso exoluslve 40
ln. Imported silks. They are elegant
3 and 6-color tone effects and have
seldom been sold at less than ?2.9u
and 3.95. Very special values at. .
40-inch Silk and "Wool Poplins and Canton Crepes, in a
big lino of fashionable colorings: only 5 yards needed for o
dress pattern; regular $1.25 quality, yard
Two Big Bargains in Footwear Tuesday
A Few of the Other Bargains for Tuesday
600 pairs of 8ervlceable'calf okiu
barofoot sandals in an sizes up to 3.
Black or tan. Oak leather soles,
Protected toes. Regular $1.50 val
ues; on the main floor Tuesday, pair,
A large selection of women's
pumps at a bargain price Patent or
dull leather and brocade. Colonial
styles with Gaby heels All sizes, $4
and $5 values, pair.
Ginghams Scissors Union Suits Laces
nod Seal and other pop- A big lot of assorted Boys' mesh union suits. Sample pieces of cotton
ular zyphyr ginghams, In scissors and shears worth High neck, short sleeves torchon laces and other
lengths up to 15 (iX.g, up to 50c a pair. 1 ( and knee length. All fancy laces. Worth
yds., on salo, yd. V2 at JLUC sizes. Regular in to Cc a yard, each, AC
' 11 35o values, each, AiC
Percales Buttons ; 1 1 " Ohains
Fino quality hook fold Oood pearl buttons, Embroidery Fino gold filled neck
porcales, light and dark regular 5c and 10c -t Embroideries in widths lB,n"- , Soldered links,
grounds, desirable pat- grades, dozen ... . AC up to i3 inches; -J l r 2-98 fiQ
terns, Regular nXn ' worth 5c' yard' AC StU Pr'co K3VC
loo grade, yard, uC nose Supporters Wor1. ,
aii our -Buster Brown" Embroideries Handkerchiefs
Madras and "Velvet Grip" hose t Swiss embroideries up s handkerchiefs,
32-lnch woven stripe supporters for women ft'&fZic
madras in fast colors, and children on JL Hons. Also somo floss
Worth 15o yard. Ql - salt at 2V 'silk embroidered bands. r,mU
on .aio at..... OC Worth to 12 Me, r- Embroidery
Tumblers at C Imported crepe and
Muslin Thin b,own glass g "ffg
Yard-wldo bleached ice tea tumblers, ea.iJ Alt GOQdS baby Irish effects, rjjfk
muslin, Extra heavy - Choice of 65 pieces of Worth to $1.5Q yd.OUC
weight. Worth 10c a Boilers hand embroidered sofa
yard. On sale Aluminum r.co boilers. XoTeTA
n ' " worth $1.50, on fiQ lshed with fringe. Val- Imported bead bags.
sale at W UOb up to $3.50, r-rk Worth to $3, f f nn
Batiste at OUC Sqlo price.. fyl.&V
40-Jnch mercerized ba- Toaster3 . . , - -
tisto, sheer and dainty. Cadlllaq electric toast- Child's Knitwear UOmDS
19c Quality, per OJL-, erp, worth QQ Misses', children's and SoUd B0,,d, '?la,d bnck
yard , 2 C $350, on saleP A07 boys' vests, pants and combs. Worth 1
, drawers. Broken lots and 26c- Salo price JLVC
Damask Gloves 8i'?f- 25c quality, spe- .
, wyw cially priced In f flrrtlrl'a Tirooo
Rosemary damask, 60 Women'B 2-claap cham basoment at. each. cJC uuul 8 "eS8
inches wido, fresh and olsetto gloves in whitu . Children's regular 2 60
perfect; regularly iQ. only; worth 1 o 1 Baov Oans ",d c.'aBK dres8e!loa
worth 35c yard, 19C 25c, 'on sale at 12$C A Sent of ment at . . ,T 15c
m , A, w . . them priced In 1 , , .
Tray Oloths Writing Paper thia sale at AUC Aprons
Damask tray cloths In Each box contains 24 , . .
assorted sizes. Scalloped sheets of linen finished Baby Caps anrlni fn?dWnmin rnd
and hemstitched. Worth ft d 2 tall Swiss embroidered and children; 1 cd 25o wl-
T:.m..A2U SS.'Ttirs?: 10c Strec6atlOc aTl.'r.hryiOc
Odd Napkins Stationery Baby Socles Waists
Hemmed and unhem- Our special linen finish Infants cotton socks, BOe 7Bc and hltft
aairP?iToaoh, 7jc !gs'jra..2Sc tooa-par 5c s 25c
Toweling Brassieres silver fe d steel w B.lousf , A
Japanese toweling, 10 Regular $1 and $1.50 knives, worth $1.25. Sale Chffi?n'B mlMy'Nopfo'lk
yards to the bolt. Variety brassieres, on r- price, sot of OQ- and B a 1 kin blouBea
of patterns. Regular price ale Tuesday at OUC 53C ?0flrlhD6 d 75e!n the
98c a bolt. Sale JQ basement for nn
price, bolt PPC New Cloth Forks only,..,,
Now cloth In a comblna- siyer plated forks -
Toweling Uon of ratine and crepe, worth $1 set of nn Waists
Huek toweling. 18 Ins. Jftj ff "gf tl prlCa-' Taffeta, chiffon, mes-
wlde mercerised, plain or Jg Cehe'rTa? Butter Knives woSh $a2nd$2n50 anS'
striped. 19o qual- n 25c a yard. Comes In all e.i , . 7t n i V '
ity, at, yard OC desirable plain shades. 27 , w P a tod butter on .sale In base- rjr
, . . Inches wide. Clenrmg knives, worth up to e roont ' C
Tr,M, Ht sale at, the inl 26o, Sale price. . OC
Lunch Sets yard ldfc ' Dresses
. l0,Tett Iff u S',o" ' ' Sp00n3 Whlto and colored
Inch clQth.ith down Plush Squares Coffeo spoons, silver drosses worth $1.25.
L1'.V.:T.C.''$2.75 S,rv';r.r'.'r.f.'uVd " 15c ""-85c
i i m . each OC ' " . "
Table Oloths Tea Spons Kimonos
" w Salts and PeDners Ice tea or soda spoons, Women's long crepo
Mercerized hemstitched oajlf an" x-eppoia fXyQj. d h 5Qc klmonos wortn ?5o and
table cloths. 64 inches Sterling silver salts and a set of 6, OC $1, in the base- a o
square, worth 98c n Q peppers, worth 25c each. t 4uC ment at 4oC
In this salo .... DSC Sale price 12C -
T. I T only Flaxons Presses
lilnen Urasn Qnnunrv Arna White flaxon in plalda, Misses', juniors' and
17inch linen crash, Oiuuwu-y Aruua checks, Jaoquard effects, children's colored wash
bleached or brown; worth Regularly worth ud to strlpps, etc., 32 inches dresses, worth $1, $1.25
15o a yard, limit 1 ( 50c, on sale at, -i f- wide, 25c values. and $1.50, In EJ7
20 yarda AUC each 1C at IXC the basement at O f C
July Clearing Sales in the Basement
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Because of great volume and diversity of the stocks in our basement
sections we havo arranged to devote last three dnys of this week espc
cinlly to exploiting thorn. All departments of the basement are now
busy preparing for these sales and we assure you their offerings will
be of the most exceptional nature, See Wednesday evening papers
for full particulars.
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