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ANTI-SUFFS A JEALOUS LOT
GENERAL ROSALIE JONES, the New York Hiking
Suffragrette, snapped as she addressed the crowd in front
of the Douglas County Court House in Omaha Tuesday
General Botalie Jonei Says They're
in Politics to Keep Others Out.
ETDICULE ENEMY'S WEAPON
Pedeetrlaa Saffrartet Saaake, How
ever, Pnlate Oat that It la Right
Step Toward Arram .ll.h
lum raveled T.n4.
Tuesday, August 4, 1914.
CABLE and telegraph offices are busy place since the European war
baa become so serious. The cables are sent subject to delay, es
pecially In Austria and Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Thompson, 1034 North Thirty-ninth
street, have received a cablegram from their son, Harold A., who Is tour
ing Europe with Dr. Louis Bushman, stating that both are In London and
wars among the Americans who made a rush from the continent across
the channel Into safer territory.
Rev. T. J. Mackay, who left New York Juiy IB for Antwerp, with
Munich as his next stop, has not yet been heard from by Omaha relatlres.
Senator J. H. Millard and Miss Jessie Millard arrived In New York
Monday on the steamer George Washington from London.
Mrs. George Palmer has cabled that she Is In London and will return
M soon as possible.
Mrs. John N. Baldwin cabled from Munich Sunday to her daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Gulou. Mrs. Baldwin cabled in German: "Do not worry."
A cablegram has been received from Miss Frances Nash and Miss
Nathalie Myers as follows: "Obliged to remain; we are all right and any
table sent through the State department to the ambassador will reach us."
A cablegram has been received here announcing the safe arrival In
Tarls of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Diets, their niece, MIbs Evelyn Stlckney of
Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Victor White and their daughter, Visa Louisa
.White. They expect to sail for America August 19 on the Olympic.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooksfleld hear their son-in-law. Dr. George A. Stew
ena, la safe In Paris, where be went to study.
Mrs. Thomas Brown received a cablegram this morning from her
daughter, Dorothy, who Is attending Miss Payne's school In Folkstone
Kent, England, telling her that she had given up the trip to Germany and
Franc which she hsd planned to make with a governess from Miss Payne's
chool. Miss Brown will remain abroad until her graduation next spring.
Rabbi Louis J. Kopald, who sailed recently for Europe to spend a few
months, was last heard from In Vienna. 81nce the outbreak of hostilities
Bo word has been received from him.
T. J. Fltimorrls of The Bee, who has been in Bwltxerland, planned to
to to Paris today, but friends here think that Mr. Fltrmorrls and wife have
returned to London.
Harry Kelly has had no word from his parents, who have been tour
ing Germany, but he Is qulta positive that they are now In London, as they
had planned to sail August 18 on the Franconla.
Dr. Harold Glfford cabled a few daya go: "Bend sothlng further."
Relative here think that they have made arrangements for returning.
Judge and Mrs. Ben S. Baker are now In London, and their Omaha
friends are worried about the) Judge's financial condition. Most of his
money was In checks, which, events may determine, will not be honored.
Mrs. l H- Kilbourne and son. Louis
llirem of Oklahoma City, will arrive
Wednesday to be the guests of Mrs.
Vataon Townsend for two months. Mrs.
Kllbouina la the widow of ths late I Ann
tenant Kilbourne of the Ninth cavalry,
vrho died In OmaJia four years ego, while
doing sped! duty hers as eeelaiant to
Major McCarthy. At the tlma of his
death as was acting luaee advocate.
This is Mrs. Kllbournee first vllt to
Omaha elncs hla death. Both wars proqil
aent In the army social set.
Tor Leavenworth Visitor.
Mrs. Edwerd Hungerford entertained
at luncheon at bar home Monday In honor
vt her slater. Mrs. Howard Flalier of
Leavenworth, Kan. A color acheme of
allow waa carried out In the decora
tion. Covere were laid for:
Medame- , M""n""-..
Howard Flutter, . Josephine Neely,
A V. Mllle. - W. A. Chjipln.
Jerome UUIa. William 8'dney.
Suffrage Meeting" .
A bualnees meeting of the Omaha Suf
frage aiaociatlon la called for I o'clock
'Wednesday afternoon. Immediately pre
ceding the tea to be given at the home of
Mra. llerry Show, t South Thirty-third
etreet. Iter. J. A. Beard of the Central
Tark Oregregatlonal church and Mrs.
W C. Sunderland will be the apeakers
and Mlas Mlldied White will give recita
tions. At the Field Club.
Mra. A. R. Cahlll entertained at lunch
eon at the Field club In honor of Mii
Villa Mohler of Spokane. "Waah.. who la
the guest of Mra. A. U Mohler and Mra.
K. R. MohWr, and Miss Ruth Caldwell of
St. Loula. who is the gueat of Mrs. John
withneU. Covers were placed for twelve
Miss Caaele Riley entertained Saturday
. kriiiu luncheon and miscellaneous
ahower la honor of Kathleen Welsh, who
will be married tn September to Doiss a.
Muffitt The aueate were aaaled at email
.hi.. e.nh tbl having a centerpiece
cf roaea Covers wera placed for thirty
At Carter Lake Club.
The Danclag elub met at Carter lake
club last evening, following which there,
was moving pictures. Among those who
entertained at dinner st tha club were
Charles Ueardeley. who had two guests;
K. nwrmaa, thres; Frank Kogg, five; A.
J. Jackson, two; Oeorte W. Johneton,
five,: Joaeoh Lucena, two; C. E. Veay,
At Tontenelle Park.
Mies Ellen Undberg entertained twenty
even oouple at a "wienie" roaet at Fon
tcaella park Monday evening.
Ia and Out of the Bee Eive.
. Mra Raid W. Tatmaee has gone to New
Tor City for a vUlt.
Tha Mieees Dorothy and Stella Abra
ham have gone to Clear Lase, la., to
Bend a few weeka.
Mrs. Jay Conn left lor Baltimore to at
tend the wedding of her niece. Mlsa
31ortne Ulreih and Mr. rhllip dtlis.
Mrs. C. Y. Smith returned yesterday
from Lincoln, where aha spent the week
end as the guest of her brother. Mr. Fred
Mlaa Marlorie Kimball of Lincoln la
tha gueat of Mr. and Mra Cherlea Nte
man of the Hamilton. Fevsral social af
fairs are being planned for Mtsa Kim
Mrs. William R. Harding, accompanied
by bar daughter, Mra. 8. F. Caeaell of
Grand Ialand. left Monday for Spokane,
where tbey will viait with Mra Harding's
brother, of that city.
Mra A. P. Kelly of North Putt la, Neb.,
who ts visiting st the home of Mr. and
Mra A. S. Campbell, la en her way to
visit her father at O'Neill. Neb, Che
will visit here for a few dsya
A daushlar waa bora thla morning to
sir. and Mra Harry Kelly.
MRS. CREIGHTON is buried
Funeral Services Held st St. Tohn'l
MANY ARE IN ATTENDANCE
rather Breetfmt Preaches aeraaa.
Paying Tribute to Deoeaeed
for Charity She Had
The funeral of Mrs. ioha IX Oral gh ton
waa held at St John's church, Twenty
fifth and California streets. A large num
ber of friends gathered at the church and
attar the ceremonies followed the body
to the grave.
"It Is a mother's face that has vanished;
a mother'a voice that la huahad," aald
Father Bronsgeest. who preached the
Many women In mourning knelt about
tha church and prayed silently through
out the ceremony.
Father Bronsseeat referred to Mra
Crelghton'a good work In Omaha; to the
many friends she had made by her aim
pie, unoatentloua charity, and to the long
but patient suffering she endured until
death brought relief.
Tha Catholic funeral rltea were read, a
song waa sung snd the coffin was carried
to tha hoarse snd the procession to the
Tha active pallbearers were:
Harry Btirklev, Harry Tukey,
Cnarree Hem on, K! Melon.
Io m McShane. Ben Gallagher.
, A. C. Kennedy, Louis Maati.
The following were honorary pall
T. C. Bvrns. W. D. McHugh.
Jarnne Voiterd, Charge Kountsa,
K. Burklnsham. 1. U. Cong-don,
Ward M. Burgtea. H. P. t'wek.
J. C. Bharp. , J. T. Smith.
Father Bronageest was aaalsted by Bub
Deacon John Furay and Father Stena
iand. The body was Interred' at tha ' Holy
BUTLER ACTING MAYOR
IN DAHLMAN'S ABSENCE
Mayor Janice C, Pehlmen and family
have repaired to Seymour lake, where
the mayor has a cottage. Tbey .will
spend ten days resting there. Durlag
the insyors' abeence City. Commlsaloner
Pan B. Butler all! perform the duties
Dr. Bradbury. Dentist
ISOS raraam. Saoae Bw IfM
SI Years Same Office.
atoney-Back Guarantee If we eaanot
A Crown or Bridge Tooth $2.59 Up
Beat Work Warranted 1 Tu'i.
lend for l'luatraled Booklet Srea.
How fa t ar a, S.raia.
A apratu may be cured la about ane
tbtrd tha tlma required by the usual
traalment by applying ChaniberlaJn's
iJtiiiDiul aikd obaervlng tn. directions
witii each bottle. For sals by all dru.
Hot weather sense
Eat cooling foods in clean
. The Pure Food Sign.
Basement Oty Natl Bank Bid.
Or Doatoa Loncfcea.
S19 SunUi isth BL
HOC Uoaglaa fit.
1408 raraasa St. .
An antl-auffrags la a woman who enters
Into polltlrg n order to keep soma other
woman out according to "OeneraJ" Rosa
lie Jones of suffrage and biking fame,
who mounted a real soap boa on tha ateps
of tha court houae and appealed in a
aparklngly witty manner to an audience
of over ("9 voters to help carry the suf
frage amendment through on November a,
Tha smiling "general" was roundly sp
plauded aa ahe mounted the steps and
waited for the soap box to be brought
The first sttendsnt dlda't know Rosalis
and brought a high stool, but ahe sent
him back until he brought the genuine
article, to which aha la accuetomed.
"We women etreet speakers," ahe be
gan, "era Ilka tha Ford ctrs. We era
found everywhere "but In polite aorlety,
to which we aro denied, but we will con
tinue to be everywhere until the suffrage
amendment la won. I aee that the natur
alization office in Omaha has been
flooded in tha laat few daya beoauea tha
foreigners wlah to insure the protection
of our cltlsenahlp. If the vote is a pro
tection to fbralgners, It is also to women,
and they need it
. Meet Mark Rldlrale.
We meet with a great deal of ridicule
these dsys because rldloule ia the first
weapon of the enemy. After ridicule
cornea agitation, however, aj4 after
agitation adoption ao we are hopeful.
Social workers in the eaat agrea that
women policemen are neceaeary to pre
vent Crimea, but In many of the atates.
women polioemen cannot be appointed
berauae the law requlrea that they be
Wa women of the eaat look to tha
womnen of the weat for aid In securing
the suffrage amendment That's why
we come out here to help you in your
campaign because if you win, we aspect
you to help us seoure the federal amend
ment passed. There Is a great deal of
talk about whether tha vote la a right
er a privilege. We don't care which It
Is but ws need It to help us gain social
Mew as Bad aa Woaea.
After her Introduction apeech, "Gen
eral'' Jones opened the meeting to dis
cussion. "They say women haven't judicial
minds," sang out a man on ths landing.
"What do you aay to that?"
"That If our legislators had Judicial
minds It would be better for the coun
"Women with the ballot will lower the
moral standard of ths eommunlty. That's
what ths antl'a aay," declared I. Conner,
whose wife le a member of the Omaha
"But It Is the women who fill aur
churches and are It chief support" waa
"Do you think 'that enfranchising- the
women will break up the family?" a man
wanted to know.
"You may rest assured that woman
won't paae a law to vote early and late
every day and ahe won't spend nearly
aa much time at It aa she doos right now
In plsying bridge."
"The women haven't driven - out ' the
Jr ' " . ; V
liquor traffic In the states where they do
vote,' some one reminded her.
"According to that you'd think that the
saloon Interests would bs safe in our
hands, wouldn't you? But the liquor men
don't think so,' was the rapid, rejoinder.
YOU will be interested in the beautiful upholstered dav
enports and chaira we are offering at special low prices
this week. Laree, luxurious overstuffed davenports and
chairs to matchwing chairs, tapestry covered, etc. all at
special prices. Look through cur store.
$71 Denlru Cor. Davenport $00.00
MO Denim Cor. Davenport tttS.OO
$t0 Denim Cor. Davenport 975.00
$78 Denim Cot. Davenport 902.64
$90 Denim Cov. Davenport 970.00
$40.00 Denim Cov. Chair 935.00
$30.00 Tapestry Cov. Chair $20.00
$C0. 00 Tapestry Chair .. . 937.50
$37.60 Denim Wing Chair. 923.50
$48.00 Davenport Chair. ...937.50
BEATON & LAIER CO.
415-17 South Sixteenth Street .
When Miss Perry refused to discuss
the subject any longer with Miss Hoiness.
Mrs. Philip Potter, president 'of the Wo
men's Auxiliary to the Episcopal diocese
of Nebraska, stepped into tHe breach and
what threatened to be a rumpus for fair,
waa cut short ' by the arrival of Miss
TKe dvousarvJs of beautiful lakes
abound in gamev fish. Camping'
and Outing Resorts Battle
Lake, PerKam, Detroit, Walker,
Bemidji, etc. jkere the appe
tite grows, tke pal cheek glows
and you Veer your old clothes,
are easily reached by Convenient
and Automatic Clock Signal
Train Service cf the
Obtain a copy of "Minnawei Lukes,"
ta,4 edition, well ilWretoJ with numer.
us saape anJ cover in hanJiome colore.
ltoeeenbee tha various OUTING ape,
lekaf, korels and rates, hW seachad,
kinds fph, ear. AJJe
A M, C1X1A1D, OmI PMMSer Adaal
(a Craew Ami Only)
Boft and vahraty. Money back If not eo
tirely pleaeed. Nadina la pure end harm
leea. Adberea until waehed elf. PrevenU
aaobora and return of dleceloretiona.
A million delighted aeere prera 1M value.
Tlntei Flesh, Ftok, Brunette, White.
Bt TrtUt Caaarere ar Mail. fOo.
Nerianal TeOat Canwr, tmM. Team.
to Dmi Co., bradU Dru Dc ad ihr
COMINQ TO OMAHA
r.iOuDAY, AUG. 10
At 20th and PAUL
"Wi ff 'b
AND MIGHTY SPECTACLE
Dooaa Oeea T I M ?' P. MTi 1 O O O
flUJiaUCU Kiil tt I Ml I r. I
tn S!tT!ctst A.4:ltitia!l
OMHIK WIH It MtAWCI
aee the Xuuaea.ee ktraet ruwt.
Dtowi Ticket Office
arrsiSi-u.x.OBi saua oo
Cor. IStS u runtm In.
game Irloee aa Charged at 0rooBfla,
Dancing, Boating and
Frco Moving Pictures
Free Band Concerts on
Ideal Picnic Grounds.
First Arrival of Fall Silks
We have just received twenty-five pieces of the new
6ilks for fall the first to be Bhown in this city. There
is only one piece of each pattern.
All are the very new Parisian designs, mostly in stripe
effects, oman stripes, floral stripes, Perkin stripes etc.
"Women who desire to keep in touch with fashion will
bo interested in seeing these.
Sale of Dress Silks at 98c
High grade 3G and 40-inch dres? silks in very desirable
weaves for fall wear, including beautiful brocades, satin
messalines and princess satin. Very special qualities,
at, yard, 98c
Seasonable Styles in Dress Goods
A special showing of French and costume serges, gaber
dines, fancy checks and stripes, and 54- qq . Qf
inch suitings, "Wednesday at, yard aJaC 10 aOC
Embroideries Worth to 75c at 39c
45-inch skirtings of imported swiss, voile and crepe,
desirable for dresses, blouses and tunics. Qualities worth
up to 75c; on sale at 39c.
Sale of Laces Worth to 65c at 39c
Alarge lot of shadow lace, Oriental net top lace and
embroidered net flouncing in widths of 18 to 27 inches
White and ecru. Qualities regularly worth up to 65c; on
sale Wednesday at 39c.
Big Lot of Laces Wednesday at 5c
Cluny, all-linen torchon, val and macrame laces in
widths up to 8 inches; regularly worth up to 15c, on sale
at, yard, 5c.
Women's 50c Union Suits at 39c
Fine cotton and Jislo union suits with cuff or umbrella
knees, trimmed with lace. Full taped. Regular 50c suits,
, Wednesday, 3f)c.
Women's 25c Vests, Special at 12Vic Good quality
gauze, full taped. ,
of Women's, Men's, Children's.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
The sale is a great annual
event, eagerly awaited by
our customers, both in Oma
ha and in the country for
miles ground. It is the big
shoe event of the year the
one chance you have of buy
ing shoes regularly worth
$2.50, $3 and $4 for only one
dollar. If you have bought
shoes in our famous dollar
sales before, you'll not need
to be urged to take advant
age of this one, for you are
familiar with the wonderful
bargains you get If yoUj
have never yet bought foot
wear in these sales, you have
a pleasant surprise coming.
Sale Begins Thursday.
Plan to Be Here Early!
I Low Vacation Fares, Via Coolest
T i a. rT. 17 J
iuuic iu new juiiiuiiu
Realize what it add to
your comfort to enter New
England from the north, via
Montreal, tbe White Mountains
and Lake Champlain. That Grand
Trunk route averages 13 degree,
cooler than any other line. No hot,
dirty mannfecrarins; citiea; no moe
Ojultoee; do hay fever.
The Oread Trank ie tha
track mate Cuicmo u Tonu uf Voau-l
l own trMSe Wlwa Ok
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