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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1914)
T1IK BEHt OMAHA, TilfHsDAV, .JULY ',10, 11)14.
Wednesday, July 29, 1914.
VER. and nnon, and then sometimes agin, tho Inspired compositor,
E wrestling with Involved copy and an Intrlcato linotype, evolves
some ludicrous changes In words and makes tho wrltor look Just a
little bit ridiculous. This propensity or the compositor Is to be
accountod for In several ways, as, for example, hoterophomy, which means'
thinking of one word and writing or saying another) Another cause, most
frequently assigned by tho exasperated writer, Is that tljo compositor Is
temporarily craiy from tho heat. Then, as a contributory cause, and
equally exacerbating In Its effect, is tho apparent collusion of tho proof
reader In the commission or omission, as tho case may be.
All this Is by way of saying that on Tuesday 1 wrote tho word "small,"
and tho printer couldn't see it that way, consequently The Uco announced
that several "swell" parties wero boing held at one of tho country clubs.
On Sunday tho announcement was mrtdo that a couple of well known
young women had changed from pro to untl-suff because of tho "devel
oped" appearance of tho marchers In a suffrago parado at Washington.
Tho fact of tho matter Is that tho word was written "dlshevoled," and Its
appearance in the printed pago as "doveloped" Is but another of tho long
line, of "composing room mystorlos." Many other examples might bo cited,
but these are enough to provo that tho compoisltor hasn't greatly changed
in his mental attitude toward "copy" since thoso good old days of "hand
set" type, when an Omaha editor was frequently callod upon to wrlto an
article explaining what ho had meant to say in one written the day previ
ous and ascribing the necessity to tho "perversity of tho typoB."
For the Visitor!.
Miss llaleyon Cotton will entertain at
luncheon Thursday at tho horn of her
aunt, Mrs. Charles K. Black, In honor of
Mi Kllsaboth Bvans of "Washington. 1).
C, formerly of Omaha, who is visiting
IJm Marjory McCorJ. ' Covers will b
Martha Dolmun of
Mrs. John F. Comd lias sone to" Bwamp
scott, Mass., to Join her daughter, Mrs.
E. V. Kmc, of Bt. I.ous. They will
spend several weeks thoro at the Lincoln
Jilt Claire Helens Woodard plans to
leave Saturday evening to spend tno
month of August at the seashore. Miss
Woodard will visit her cousin. Mrs. U V,
Crofoot, and family, at their summer
hnni, t Nnrthrast Harbor. Mount Desert
island, Maine, and later plans to go to
tho Massachusetts coast.
Mrs. D. M Vlnsonhaler and daughter,
Isabel, and son, Klllson. leave Sunday
for Kennebunkport, Me. Miss Isabel will
remain east at school entering liana Hall
At the Country Hub.
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Wyman will have
one of the larger dinner parties at the
club this evening, covers being laid for
fourteen guests; J. M. Daugherty will
hav five rucsta; T, U Davis, six; T. V,
Kennedy, six, and aienn C. Wharton,
Jarjc Commissioner to Speak.
Commissioner J. B. Huumol will ad
dress tho Equal Franchise society Thurs
day afternoon at. o'clock at the home
of Mrs, Henry Doorly. Ml South Thirty
ninth street. Mr. Hummel will speak on
the "Fark Commission."
For the Suffrage Fund.
The Omaha suffrage' association will
give an Ice cream social at the home of
Mrs. T. It. "Ward. 21U Wirt street, this
evening. Proceeds from tho sale of Ice
cream and home-made cakes will be
turned over to the suffrage fund.
At Carter Lake Club,
Tho Hermo club enjoyed its annual
luncheon at Carter Lake club Tuesday,
thq guests of tho olub being Mrs. Owynn
and Misses Francos Marnuart, Doris
Dndldy and Merle Themanson. The
members present were:
George T. l.lndloy, K. II. Dames,
J. T. Harnlinrt, .1. J, Hess,
A. K. Goodrich. F. K Pflastcrer,
J'aiil Themanson, I). 11. Hawloy,
C. V. Hergen, D. D. CSearhart,
Miss Lillian Owynn.
Mrs. W. J. C'attln entertained at a
luncheon and swimming party Tuesday,
Covers wero laid for:
T. C. lllch. frank Morris,
D. W. Dilution. II. O. llaller.
Thomas Fnlconer, George Morris,
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D. O. Whitney.
Mrs. C. D. Dasey. entertained four
gnosis at luncheon also.
Kjr tho dlnnsr-danco Tuesday evening
Mrs. William Holxman entertained five
guests; 8. L. Bturtevant. eight; Dr. Chris,
tie. four; James D. need, five; U. 15.
Hoffmelsler. five; K. It. Wilson, six;. A.
V. Dresher, six; C. F. Benjamin, two;
C. D. Horton, four; F. K. X'lnph, two;
C. A. Martin, four: Miss Madeline Dock,
two; H. L, Merendon, two lOdward 1
Deuel, two; George lingers, three.; A, a.
Taylor, two; Frank Taylor, five! Vincent
Hascall, two; Arthur Jackson, two; Grant
I'cters, two; Joseph Crecdon, two.
Mrs. L. D. Fowler entertained at a
swimming party and lunchcpn at hsr cot-
tago at t)ie Carter Iike club In honor
of Mrs. W. Donald Jones of Dallas, Tex.,
and Mrs. Edward Potter of -Bt. Joseph,
Mo. Covers wero laid f6ri
W. Donald Jones, Will Shary,
Kdward Potter, K. Cllruner,
F. L. Keller. Iloland flcott.
Allan Chambers, L. D. Fowlor,
Miss Louise Shafer.
Queiti at JTashwood,
Mr. and Mrs. ' Iouln C. Nash had as
their guests at Nnshwood Tuesday Mr.
W. II. BuchoU, Mr. Ward Burgess, Mr.
J. J. Ryder, Mr. Oeorge Myor of Du
buque, la.; Miss Clalro Helena Woodard,
Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Dwycr, Mr. and Mrs.
T, P. Redinorfd, Mr. and Mrs. James Tay
lor, Mr. and Mrs, A. I Green. They all
attended the picnic given by Mr. and Mrs.
I Nash at Nashwood for the employes of
the Burgess-Nash company.
Seymour Lake Country Club. .
A large company of guests enjoyed a
special program last evening which was
given by club talent. Mrs. Dwlght Pow
ell sang. Miss Hmlly Cloves was accom
panist for a violin solo by J. 8. Bell, after
which she rendered two violin solos. Miss
Louise Walking gavo a Spanish dance in
costume and T. I Combs told an original
Mr. Gallo Current entertained Miss
Florence Vance, Miss Mildred Bchommer
and Mr, Anthony Flagg at a watermelon
and dsncing party.
Mrs. W. L. Watt of Vancouver was the
honor gucsl at a danolng party. Tho
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langfellner,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mien Kittle
Worley and Arthur Stlllman.
Miss "Carolyn Van Kurcn won the prlio
at the children's dancing party yesterday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Dennis and Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Culln dined together last
Dean J. Ringer was host at a dinner
party of five last evening.
Tho Boymour Lake golf course is being
widened and improved. More than 1W big
trees will be removed to make tho Im
provement. At the Field Club.
Kntertalnlng guests at the cabaret din
ner nt tho Field club this evening will bo
W. G. Wherry, who will have ten guests;
K. C Abbott, who will havo two; W. A.
C'hallls, four; C. F. Crowley, eight; C. K.
Penman, six; B. F. Thomas, five; A. W.
Herihner, three; M. A. BcuhTer, thrc; E.
M. Winter, three; It. A. Cameron, four;
A. Dallcy, two; John Mach, six; K. J,
Malone, four; It. 11. Manley, four; H. O.
Edwards, ten; C. B. Burmelster, Jr., four;
J. MoDonold. five;, A. P. Whltmors, four;
C. B. Liver, three; W. If. Herdman, four;
It. 8. Harris, two: C. B. Calkins, two;
C. D. Armstrong, four; Mrs. Emma 'Man
Chester, four; T. F. Murphy, two; G. W.
Luler, five; J. II. Blanchard, three; IS. E,
Brando, two: Paul fllsson, two; P. C
Hyson, two; T. P. Redmond, ten.
Mr. and Mrs. 15. W. Dixon will have as
their guests at dinner this evening at thn
Mr. anil Mrs. Charles HfewnrL
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gulou.
Mrs, McFerron of Chicago,
Mr. II. W. Hart.
Entertains for Children.
Mrs. H. P. Whltmore and Miss Eugenlo
Whttmore entertained tho little children
of the Child Saving Instltuto Tuesday
afternoon In their attractive garden. The
birds and bird houses wore of especial
Interest to tho little guests. Luncheon
was served in tho garden and each child
was given a bouquet of flowers.
BOOKIE WOODS IS A
VICTIM OF THE HEAT
Bookie Woods, colored character, was
strlckon with heat prdstrntlon at Tenth
and Harney streets. He wao given emer
gency treatment nnif then taken to St.
Joseph's hospital, where ho Is still unconscious.
Y. M, 0. A. Summer
School Planning a
List of Events
Good times galore are scheduled for the
lads attending the vacation school at the
Young Men's Christian association. Tho
term will end within three weeks, and for
the closing weeks Educational Secretary
J. W. Ml Hit of the association has ar
ranged several entertainment features.
A wienie, corn and potato roast will bo
held FHday. After games and contests
at Rlvcrvlew park the boy will adjourn
to a convenient ravlno outside the park
nnd cook their own supper. Next
Wednesday all the boys taking high
school work at the summer school will
enter special swimming contests, to be
held In the association ptungo. The fol
lowing Tuesday tho grade school boys
will do the same, each division being
tho audience for the other In the event
Fred Barta and Ernest Benson are In
charge of the high school swimming
meet and Dick Oilier and Irving Eskllson
are the grade school committee.
makes life miserable. Dr. King's New
Llfo "Pills regulate your bowels and re
lieve the engorged liver. 25c, All drug
HENRY KIESER PUBLISHES
BIOGRAPHY OF J. C. ROOT
Henry F. Kloser In the Toung Men's
Christian association building, Omaha,
has published another book. This time
"The Llfo and Addresses of Joseph Cul-
len Root," the founder of woodcraft. The
book contains over 00 pages, giving the
biography and the principal addresses of
the founder of the Woodmen of the World
and tho Modern Woodmen organizations.
The book contains a foreward by Robert
Cowell of Thomas Kllpatrlck company,
which in Itself Is a masterful tribute to
tho founder of these organizations.
Three weeks before Joseph Cullen Root
left Omaha Mr. Kloser was called, down
to his office and the matter was gone
over, to publish an autobiography and
somo of thn principal addresses of Mr.
Root. But death camo and what was to
he on autobiography became a biography.
The addresses In this book were largely
selected by Mr. Root.
Picnic for Employes
Counter clerVs, office clerks, floor
walkers, drivers, cashiers nnd managers
of the Bttrgess-Nash company to tne
number of eoo frollced about the spscioua
lawns of Nashwood, tho summer home of
Louis C. Nash, Tuesday afternoon ana
evening enjoying tho big picnic given
the store employes by Mr. Nash.
With the Burnaaco clown band, a dozen
store musicians, playing rousing maixhe
the crowd of plcnlcers left the Burgess
Nash storo on special cars for the Web
ster street depot where they entrained
for the twenty minute ride to Coffman.
Once at Coffman automobiles and hay
racks carried a large number of the
frolccrs to Nashwood but quite a num
ber had to walk due to the limited trans
The events were run off and Jack Ry
der gave a short talk. The Burnasco
girls, a club of ten, presented Mr. Nash
with a pennant and Mrs. Nash distributed
the prizes to the winners of the. rarlous
The following events were run off with
the following results:
Fifty-yard dash for boys. Won by
Fifty-yard dash for girls. Won by
One-hundred-yard dash for men.
by Doerfoot Royce.
Wheelbarrow race. Won by Joe
vlhll and Joe Lowry.
Pipe smoking race. Won by
Fat man's three-legged race. Won by
lllran Jones and Mr. Showalter,
Boys pla eating contest. Won by Joe
Burnasco club challenge. Won by
Burgees-Nash club girls.
MOVIE EXTENDS COURTESY
OF SHOW TO OLD FOLKS
The management of two. Lqthrop Mov
ing Picture show has extended the
courtesies of the house to the Old Peo
ple's Homo family for every Monday
evening. A regular board meeting of tho
trustees of tho Old People's Home will
bo held Tuesday, at which time It Is
probable that campaign plans' for a now
bultdlng will be made. Several donations
wore received at the home Tuesday, when,
"donation day" was observed.
In London and Paris
Both cities are positively dotted with
hairdressing parlors and hair goods es
tablishment's, Ono wonders It the wom
en of these two huge places have time
for" anything hut care of their hair.
There aro hundreds of makers of
switches and wigs and dozens of manu
facturers of shampoos. There they use
no makeshifts but preparations made for
shampooing only and Inquiry as to the
most popular shampoo brings the reply
that canthrox Is best. A perfect, eco
nomical, Invigorating shampoo can be
cheaply mado at homo' by dissolving a
teaspoonful canthrox, which every good
druggist has, In a cup hot water. This
mixture elennses thoroughly and gives
to the scalp the vigor that Insures hair
beauty. Canthrox shampoos make the
head feel good and aro very beneficial
where hair Is faded nnd brittle Their
uso will greatly enrich tho color of the
hair and give to It a beautiful gloss and
$5 Traveling Bags $5
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No Matter If the Ice Gives Out
You can always be sure of pure, sweet, fresh
milk and cream if you havo on hand a supply of
Cottago Milk is thfe richest milk with nothing taken out ex
cept water-rand with, nothing added.
Iti perfect sterilization make- it more sanitary than bottle
milc There is no danger of contamination 'as in the bottling,
handling and delivering of ordinary milk.
eliminated from Cottage Milk.
That's why it lasts longer and doesn't take on the odors of other
I. .1. I -f... 1. !. -l , va.Jilw aa hnttlft milk. ,
ooas in uie ice uox auai n ia v('ousu,
Cotugs Milk (i sold direct from our condenterles to your Tetall ,
grocer, Iniurngfrehnes at all times, rornavor.ncnnoi,
convenience and economy Cottage Milk Is unexcelled.
THE MILK WITHOUT THE COOKED TASTE
In Two Slaesj 8 and lO cts.
At All Good Diealers
If youf grocer does not sell Cottage M'lk, phone
DttttM t. t ! tet ipfitlt, CulUo BiskifiM Comir.
3IS BtasfeU Tftsitta lt., 11 IS asas ot (tour attrcat rou
AMERICAN MILK COMPANY, Chicago
urn i j i jJjfcMl2J
Ws will put SI trav
eling bags on sale,
lite regular selling
riot being $7.51,
$11 ant1 $12.
Theso bogs aro in Walrus, Alligator, Im
ported nttd Domestic Cowhide. All leather
lined. Locks and trimmings the best.
Theso goods ycre bought on basis of
value honestly priced, and every ono is
a big bargain at tho anlo price of
On Sale Thursday. Friday and Saturday Only
FUELING & STEIN LE
1803 FARNAM STREET
Dancing to the music of
the Victrola is delightful.
Vktrol VI, $25
The newest One
Steps. Tangos, Hesita
tions, and other dance
There are Victors and
Victrolas in great variety
of styles from $10 to $200
at all Victor dealers.
Victor Talking Machine) Co.
Camden, N. J.
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TVsHJjo ceetiarsB of Hrtptd xreea
brosAskotk. Tlw txat ts rery abort In
tremt- la tbofcexk aro tvo bias oanda,
4 tw larss buttons fasten! iyf a ab
wMsti s draped on tho rtcbt adde. Tii
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Uittm -wWi a larxa tattoo. The akin
Is cawagfct 9 sdisfcUr the anet
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