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fHE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE JULY 26, 1914.
MOTOR P1CNICSARE POPDLAR
Society Goes by Auto to Cool Spots
in the Country.
MANY AT THE COUNTRY CLUBS
Visitors In College Bet Ara llnnnr
Gnnti nt Houe Pnrtics
Omnhnm LeTlnar flea
Shore and Lnkti,
MONDAT Children' m&tlnoo d&noo at
Field and Carter Lake clubs.
TUESDAY Dinner dance at Happy Hol
low and Carter Iike clul; children's
matinee danco. Happy Hollow club,
faermo club luncheon at Carter Vaim
WEDNE8DAT Dinner dance at Field
and Country clubs; matinee danco, Sey
mour Lake Country club; collagen'
night. Carter Lake club.
THURSDAY Carter Lake olub, dinner
FRIDAY Womon golfers at Happy HoU
low club; Carter Lake club, matinee
dance and moving pictures.
SATURDAY Week-end dinner dance at
Field, Happy Hollow and Country clubs,
members' niKht, Carter Lake club.
The motor picnic Is the favorite recre
ation this summer In Omaha, and rarely
has the country been so beautiful aa this
year. Last year at thto time there was bo
much dust owing to the lack of rain
that motor picnics were moro or leas
abandoned until fall, so the enthusiasts
arc making; up for tost time.
Klrkwood, the attractive, country home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall, and
Roremere lodge, the country homo of
Dr. and Mrs. C C, Allison, which has
been leased this summer by Mr. and Mrs.
C M. Wilhelm, are especially popular
and at least one motor plcnlo a week la
given at these country places.
Swimming- parties at the sand pits nt
Valley are also much enjoyed and after
a dip in the water, cither a chicken din
ner at the hotel or it pfcnlo luncheon In
the woods. Several automobile parties go
from Omaha almost every evonlng.
Spending1 Summer Abroad.
Mfc and Mrs. John Potter Webster, who
are on their wedding trip abroad, have
been spending; several weeks in London.
Recently they went to Westminster Abboy
where they happened to bo seated next
to Mrs. Oeorge Palmer and family, who
reside less than a block from thorn In
Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Beeson received
a cable this week from their daughter,
Mrs. Webster, saying they wore loavlng
for Paris and would sail for homo
August 19 on tho Olympic.
Motor Picnic at Valley.
One of the larger picnics of the week
was given (Wednesday ovenlng by mem
bers of one of the dancing clubs last win
ter. Three tour'ng cars wore filled and
thoae attending the plcnlo were:
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hill Clarke.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Clarke Colt
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel naurn, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Durgoss.
Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Farnsworth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tylor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D Shcnard.
Mr and Mrs. E. R MoMahon.
Mrs. W. J. Bradbury.
Dr, S. E. Coulter and dauglttors, Marlon
and Roberta, left Thursday to spend the
Burnmer on the Paclflo coast. They will
be In California and Washington most
of the time.
Mrs. Qerrlt Fort left Wednesday for
Camp Mlchlgomme, Mich., with her
daughters, Henrietta and Louise, who
will Join a Girls' camp for the rest of tho
summer. Mrs. Fort returns today and
expects to leave next woek for a month
at Westhampton, L I., where she will
be the guest of Mrs. George Wilder of
California, who has a cottage at West
hampton. Mrs. O. H. Wlrth leaves today for
Denver, Colorado Springs and other Colo
rado resorts, to be gone until Septem
To Lakes and Mountains.
Mrs. J. R. Lehmer and Mlsa Ida Sharp
leave next week for Kates Park for a
Mrs. Frederick LoJw and daughter,
Kathorine, left Bunchy , for,, Owutonna,j
Aiinn., to si ay several weoKa.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton left
Saturday In thetr car for Lake Mlnnetonka
ta spend several weeks. "Their daughter,
yExllona, and Miss De Clstue go by train
Mr. Charles Saunders has gone to
Wyoming on his annual .camping trip.
Mr, Arthur J. Cooley left Saturday for
Lake Geneva, where his wife haa been
spending the summer. They will return
home next week.
Mr. and Mrs. N., P. podge, Jr., go to
Clear Lake, ,In-, next weeSc to Join Mrs.
Dodge, sr., and Miss Dodge of Council
Bluffs, who have a cottage there.
Mr, snd Mrs. Henry Wyman and child
ren go up to Christmas lake Wednesday.
Captain and Mrs. Charles Bundel ar
rived Wednesday from El Paso, Tex ,
and are with Mrs. BundeVs parenU, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C Valentino until Monday,
wTien they all go to Pine Cone camp at
iJoraet, Minn. Captain liunuel haa a
month's leavo and will spend It in Mln
Mrs. O. W. JohnBton and children are
at Osakts, Minn., until the first of Ben
Umber. Mr. Johnson, who went up with
them, has returned.
Mr, A. V. Kinder expects to said August
11 to Join his wife and daughter, who are
in London with Mlsa Mary Munchhoft
ard Mrs. Pauline Eldrlge. Miss Munch-
hotfs mother wai taken seriously 111 Sun
day morning and at first a stroke of
paralysis was feared and a cable was eent
to Miss Munchhof f , . but Mrs. Munch-
hoff s condition Improved so much later
that another cable advised her daughter
that It would not be necessary for her to
Leave for Seashore.
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood Eastman and
daughter, Gretchen .left Saturday for
Washington and New York and wilt
spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Base at their Long Island home at Hew
lett, after which they go to visit Mr, Os
good's father at Framtngham, Mass., and
to the seashore. Mrs. Eastman and Miss
Gretchen will remain east until Septcnw
Mr. J. T. Stewart 2d and children leave
Wednesday for Westhampton, L. 1., to
remain for August She will be Joined
UUr by Mrs. Charles Kountss and chil
Mr. and Mrs. John McShane leave to
day for Atlantic City, and from there will
go to Karraganaett Pier to Join Mr. and
Home Parties for College Set.
Several house parties are being given In
honor of the visitors In the school set
Mr. and Mrs. M C. Peters are enter
taining a house party for the week-end In
honor of Mr. Daniel McCarthy of Chicago,
meat of Mr. Clarence Peters. The attolr
started with a dinner party Friday even
tag. The party Included Miss Marlon andj
One of the June
Miss Naomi Towle, Miss Rcglna connoll.
Miss Alice Jaqulth, Miss Isabel Vinson
haler, Messrs. l'lillfp Chase, Paul Shlrloy.
Harold McConnell, Daniel McCarthy and
Mr, Roger Morton and Mr. Jarrot Mo-
Cord of flt Joseph arrived Wodnesday
to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.
McCord over Sunday, and Miss Martha
Dolman of St Louis como Thursday to
Join the house party which Is given In
honor of Mlsa Elizabeth Evans, who 1
the guest of Mlsa Marjorlo McCord.
Miss AUco O'Connor of Holyoko, Mass.,
and Miss Bess Henton of Lincoln, guests
of Miss Marjorlo Beckett, are tho guests
of honor at .avwcek-end house party at
the'cWoMof MranV,Mrs. J."W Wood
rough at Seymour lake. The party In
cludes Misses Alice O'Connor, Helen Dun
liam,'HesrHcnton and-MarJorle Beckett J
Messrs. Will Hunt, Donald C. Attchlson,
Joseph L. Woodward and Guy IL Beokett
At 'this Country Club. ( .
Complimentary to Miss Bummers or
Waslilngton, Mrs. B. B. Wood entertained
at dlnnor Saturday evening at tho club'
with re other guests wcro:
ADr. and Mrs, J. E. Summer, .
'Mr. and Mra. Charles B. KolMr,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. MoCord,
Mrs. a D. Barkalow,
Mrs. HiiHsell Harrison,
Mr. U P. Peck,
Mr. Earl Gannett
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miles of Peoria
were the guests of Judgo and Mra. Vln-
sonhaler at dinner Saturday.
Mlsa Marjorlo 'McCord gave & dinner
for her guests, Miss Elizabeth Evans of
Washington, Miss Martha Dolman. Mr,
Roger Morton nnd Mr. Jarrot McCord of
St Joseph. The other guesta at tho din
Charles 8. Keller,
Daniel McCarthy, Jr., James McCbrd.
iii i nicagrt;
Smaller dinner parties were gtven by
Robert Conneil, who had four guests; R.
L. Huntley, four; W. T. rage, six; W. D.
McIIugh, six; H. T. Swobe, four; Stock
ton Heth, five; John Caldwell, four.
At Happy Hollow.
Mr. and Mra. X R. "Goodrich had as
their guests at Happy Hollow Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goodrich, I
Miss Genlvlove Jones of North Loup,
Mr. C. W. Pearsall of Spirit Lake, .
Mr Emerson Goodrich.
I S. McConnell had eight guesta at
dinner Saturday evening; It L, Roblsoa
five; .Robert Tnumble. eight: K, S. Fol,
som, four; J. A. Spenee, five; W. Noble,
three; J. C. Bullta, four; D. a Hervey,
two; I. W. Carpenter, six; O. E. Reed,
four; E. Benedict, five; I. Slbbernsen,
ten; E. E. Klmberley, three; C. U Matt-
Hike to Florence.
A number of high school girls who are
also members of the Young Women's
Christian aisoolatlon gymnasium alas,
enjoyed n hiking party beyond Florence.
They took cooking utensils and built
camp fire in tho woods. In th party
Sarah Cole. rHJoiK Hamilton,
Hnltn Glwltz. Helen MoNameny.
'Loralne Davis, Urdlce Baumgardner,
Women Golfers Meet.
The women golfers of 6maha vfuyed at
Brides Spending the
T2rs. iJbhn Potter
the Country club Friday and about fif
teen members had luncheon there.
Mrs. H 11. Spraguo mado the low score
of 43 for nlno holes and was awarded
a dressing table mirror with a bronze
Seymour Lako Country Club.
The program Tuesday evening -will con
sist of numbers by club members. Mrs.
Dwlght Powell winding, J. S. Bell will
give a violin solo. Miss Louise Watkina
will givo Spanish dances and President T.
l. Comba will tell an original story,
Mrs. Wesley P. Adklns entertained at
i, , . ...
luncucon rrauay, nor kucsib uems m ro.
E. T. Yates, Mrs. O. M. Alllngham.
Council Bluffs, and Mr. A. E. Aldrlch,
Mr. nnd-Mrs. W, B. Chc-ek .entertained
the following, dinner guests Friday even
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lott
Mrs. A- J. Caughey, Mrs. L. R. PlnneU.
.Miss ciarn Klster entertained a melon
and dancing, party Friday evening. Her
Frances Melon r. Florence WardhaU,
Flower Alexander, Jewel Alexander,
Myrtle Home, Stella Sprague,
Elisabeth MoMullen, Maudo Cochran.
Dr. C. V. Patton,
Air. and Mrs. A. u. trry eniertainoa at
the dinner dance for:
Mrs. L. M. Funk.
Elsie Mots, Ella Reynolds,
Grant Cloveland, Charles Cannon.
J. S. 8ullvan had twenty guest at a
swimming party Friday evening, followed
Miss Stacta Mulvlhtll waa hostess) at a
dancing and watermelon party Friday
evening, having twenty guests,
R a West of Papllllon entertained at
a dancing party for eighteen members,
A golfing party followed by luncheon
W. E. Phtlby, John Beklns,
Howard Paid. John Urlon.
A. a Mtdlam. L. M. Lord,
Miss Eunice Knsor entertained at
luncheon and cards Thursday. Those
Miss Susie Horen, Miss Frances Lord,
MY. U Ai. Lord. Airs, i, ji. Knsor.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pierce had aa their
guests Friday evening:
MUs Sylvia Pierce.
Lloyd Magney. Leonard Bcott
Mr. and Mrs. George French and K. I
Llndqulst were guasts of R. F, Marcy
at dinner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Francis had
George MacDonald aa their guest
The wedding of Miss Gatella Bock
hacker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Ilookhacker, and Harold Larimer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Larimer, wms cele
brated Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Third Presbyterian church. Dr. A.
B, Marshall of the Omaha Presbyterian
Theological seminary officiated. Miss
Blsle Howell played the Lohengrin bridal
chorus and the Mendelssohn wedding
march. Mlsa Marie French sang, "O,
Promise Me," and John Gunn sang. "I
Love You Truly,"
The bride was gowned In white Japa
nese crepe, trimmed with ehadow lace
and wore a long tulle veil, held In place
with lUles of the valley. She carried
shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies
of the valley.
MIm Ruth Ncely was maid of honor
and wore pink messaltno trimmed" with
Chantllly laco."Mlss Ethel Pepper and
Miss Kathreen Howell wore bridesmaids.
Miss Pepper woro palo lavender crepe doL,,, be away for two wetks.
chine, trimmed with shadow' laoe, and M F d Mevor. who lias been In New
Miss Howell woro pale bluo silk not and
shadow lace ruffles and a tunic. They
carried old-fashioned bouquets of showers Mr ana Mrs Jay Jt singer and daugh
of roses and carnations. Little Miss Mar- ter returned th, morning from Chicago,
Burei v-otjnran carnea ine ring m a my.
Norman Davis wns best man. and tho
ushers were Bert Grasborg and Leland
Wyckert. A reooption was held at the
nome oi me groom s parents tonowing
tho ceremony. Assisting were Mrs. IL
G. Gardiner. Miss Elizabeth Steams and
Miss Ferno Preemdate. -
Mr. and Mrs. Larimer will be .at home
after August 15 at 719 South Twqnty-flfth
At the Field ClUD.
Mr, and Mrs. C. I Farnsworth gave a
dinner nt the Field club Saturday even-
Ing when their guesta were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Tuylor.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hill Clarke,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shopnrd,
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Bradbury,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bnum,
Mr. and Mrs. IL It. Fish.
Dr. and Mrs, J. P. Anson entertained
Suturday evening at tho club for Mri
Thlela of Indianapolis, guest of Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Wahl. Covers were placed
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Wahl,
Dr. nnd Mrs. IL A. Anson,
Mrs. H. C. Anson.
Mrs. J. B. Fradenburg,
Mr. LeRoy Mnltby,
Dr, H. M. Fltzgibbons.
Mr. and Mra.' P. C
If yson entertained
ten guesta at dinner Saturday; Jack
Kelly, four; A. A. MoLaughlin, six; F. E.
Lewis, four; F. A. Shotwell,' two; E. B.
Carrlgan, two; G. Store, eight
Mrs. T, Jensen gave a surprise party
for Misses. Meta and Leonora Mlckelsen.
ine evening was spent in playing games.
Prizes were won by Mr. M. Holm and
Miss Effle Cavalln. Thoso present were:
Mr. and Mrs. F. Mlckelsen,
Mrs. T. Jensen.
Ficnio at Elrawood
A moonlight plcnlo was held In Elm
wood park Thursday evening, when the
evening was spent In appropriate outdoor
gomes. Those present were:
Hose ii roc k man.
Air. and Mrs. wnitney, jr.
Mr. and Mra. E. C. Paulson, who have
Just returned from their wedding trip to
Colorado, entertained at their home Frl-
day evening. Mrs, Paulson was formerly
Miss Cora Borenson. Those present were:
Mrs, J. A. Johnson.
Alfred reterson, George Sore neon.
Edward Andreeaon, Horace Blackford,
Roy Ooodheart Herbert Muller,
John Rndford, Joseph lhm
Morrle Thompson, Christiansen.
Nanccr Paulson, Charles Paulson,
Mr and Mrs. M. Marx, 1343 Ogden
avenue, Denver, announce tne engage
ment of their daughter. Hasel Helen,
to Mr Arthur M. Oberfelder, general
western manager of the Retlpath Lyceum
bureau Miss Marx Is a graduate of
Miss Speors academy and one of the
most popular young women of Denver.
Mr. Oberfelder la a graduate of the Ne
braska SUto university and a ron of
Judge and Mrs. Joseph Oberfelder of Sid
ney, Neb. Tho wedding will take place
The marriage of Miss Caroline cong-
don and Mr. Herbert French will take
place September S and will be a home
wedding and one of wide Interest so
clally. Mr. French Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. French, and until recently
lived In Omaha, but now has his business
headquarters In Louisville, Ky.
Word haa been received by friends of
Mrs, Catherine Glass, widow of the late
William Glass, and Walter E. Wood, an
nouncing their marriage about three
weeks ago at Minneapolis.
Mrs. Wood has an Interest In tho Lee-
Colt-Andreesen firm, of which Mr. Glass
wns a member, and Mr. Wood Is one of
tho popular South Omaha stock commis
sion men and a member of the firm of
Wood Bros. He has made his homo at
tho Paxton hotel for a number of years.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood have taken apart
ments at the Helen.
At Summerhill Farm.
Among those who are to spend the
week-end nnd their vacations at the
Young Women's Christian association
Summerhill farm at Bennington are Mrs.
T J O'NclI. Mrs. Budgett and Mrs.
Wcsterf leld, who accompany their 'daugh
ters "and the
Marlon O'Nell. Elizabeth Curry,
Carrie O'Nell, Mary Curry,
Nellie Peterson, Louise J'easner,
Pauline Westerfleld,Cora Schwnrtr,
Emma Sasstrom, Florence Fort,
Amandu snsBtrom, Jean Landale,
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. nnd Mrs. El A. Hlgglns aro spend
ing a fow days In Chicago.
Misses Meta and Lcnora Mlckelscn leave
for Chicago Sunday ovenlng.
Miss Nell Macken has loft for a month's
visit with relatives at Laramie, Wyo.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bollard returned
yestordny from a three weeks' trip to
Miss Ruth Wlllben of Chicago has ar
rived to visit her brother, Mr. Leon Webb,
and Mrs. Webb.
Miss Genevlovo Rafferty has returned
from a month's visit to Kansas City and
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Mrs. Frank Benbow and children leave
tivlnv tnr thn Tllir Horn Basin. Mr.
Cenbow will Join them later.
Th MSBes Anna and Claire Tracy are
,,. ,H.nd(1 nCBmet. 8. D. They
Tork and Atiantlo City for the last three
wk. return August 1.
whoro jjrs. Singer spent the last two
monlns with her parents,
Mr aeorge b. Martin and Mr. W. S.
Durrnater of Chicago are spending the
week.end th Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Martin
at ther South omuha home.
aBlgn Harold Keller arrives homo
u.mUv nn r leave of three weeks. Ho
comes from Boston, where he has been
on duty with his boat the Burrows.
Miss Mildred Rubel, who Is the guest
r i D... Wnl,n. tn P.nH. Til. Venn
I honor guest at a theater party and tea
given by Miss Stella Wershutz In that
Captain iind Mrs. David Stone and chil
dren leave tomorrow for San Francisco
to return to their post at Bchotleld Bar
racks, In Honolulu after two months'
leavo spent here with Mrs. Stone's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hoag
land. Grirls Who Spooned
Brought Into Court
Two young and Indiscreet Omaha girls
who were taken In custody by the police
Thursday evening were brought before
Juvenile court One girl was sent to
Geneva, while the other waa paroled to
her mother. The girls were spooning with
ycung men on the lawn at Central High
school when they were picked up by the
police. The cases of the young men who
were with them were disposed of In po
I RRAUFRY WITH BALLOT
ir-nnuicx r-inoT mil I CTIM
JCnnl O rinoi Duuuuim
"You can be aa brave with your ballots
as your ancestors were wun tneir
bullets," quoth Jerry Howard In, the first
of his political bulletins In tbe present
campaign. He then says that he pos
sesses the two necessary qualifications
for the office of house of representatives
In the legislature, honesty and com
FINN'S BAND WILL PLAY
PROGRAM AT LAKE MANAWA
Finn's band wltl play this afternoon
ana evening at Lake Manawa. The pro-
grams will be made up of both classical
and popular music
New cotton flour sacks
in lots of 100, suitable for
Neighbors get together
and lay in a supply.
MANEY MILLING COMPANY
28th and Walnut, Omaha
Visiting Hotel Men
to Be Entertained
Hotel men from Nebraska, Iowa and
South Dakota are to be entertained In
Omaha when they pass through on their
way to Milwaukee for the meeting of the
North" estern Hotel Men's association
.. ,. .. . . . , .
there. The meeting at Milwaukee Is to be
held August 6, 6 and 7. The arrange.
ment Is that tho delegates from these
threo states shall bo In Omaha August S
on Monday. They are to be entertained
In Omaha In the afternoon and evening.
Tho Omaha Hotel Men's association Is
to bo the host while the delegates are In
Omaha. A dinner is planned for litem,
and tho local hotel men plan" to take
them to the Ak-Sar-Ben Den for the
evening. That Is why they are asking
them to bo In Omaha on Monday.
After the Den show, the crowd Is to
catch a Rock Island train at 12:35 and
arrive at Davenport la.. Tuesday morn
ing at 9:45. Tho hotel men and commer
cial club of Davenport are rlannlng an
entertainment for the crowd there. From
there they go on to Chicago and thencn
to Milwaukee for tho convention.
Rome Miller of Omaha and F. J. Rich
ards of Lincoln aro scheduled to make
talks on tho program at Milwaukee. I. A.
Medlar of Omaha Is secretary of the as
sociation, a position he has held for nine
YOUNG OMAHA DOCTOR
TAKES EXCELLENT POSITION
Another Omaha boy has made good.
Dr. Joseph Borghoff, born and educated
In this city, has Just accepted the posi
tion as specialist on internal medicine at
the St. Francis hospital, Butte. Mont, at
a substantial salary. Dr. Borehoff Was
born In Omaha and educated at the
Crelghton Arts college, where he received I
the degree of B. S. He then attended the
four-year course of the local medical col
lege and graduated with high honors.
After a year spent as Interne at the
Clarkson hospital here he took a postgraduate-bourse
at Johns Hopklna uln
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wounds, bruises, sores, scalds, salt rheum,
etc.; prompt relief for plies. 25c. All
July and August are always slack times in the Clean
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work and keep our help busy, wo make Special Prices
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FOR CLEANING AND PRESSING
Palm Beach Suits v. $1.00
Flannel Trousers 50c
Thin Waists 50c
Summer Dresses. Up from $1.25
(Your dresses and'waists come homo with tho look
nnd feel of the NEW when we clean them.)
Men's 2 -Piece Suits Sponged
and Pressed, 50c
That 50-cent price for pressing twocpiece suits is a
quarter less than we have ever charged before, but we
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No matter what price we get for any job, we do tho
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Wo cover the south and west half of the city in the
morning and the north half in the afternoon. If you are
not at home, leave the package where the driver can
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P. S. THIS IS FOR THE LADIES. During July and August
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No use asking the men to have their fall clothes fixed up nbw, al
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