Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 11, 1914, Page 6, Image 6

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By MELLIFICIA. Thursday, September 10, 1914.
IIS. CA.RL FREDERIC HARTMANN of Chicago, formerly of Fort
M Omaha, has been devoting her time since leaving here to the
com position of ft number of songs. The first four of the group
have Just been published and are now being played at the Black
stone. La, Salle, Stratford and Auditorium Annex hotels, and at soma of
the summer gardens, prior to the opening of (he concert season. Miss
Beatrice Van Loon, the soprano soloist at the La Balls Roof Garden, has
two of Mrs. Hartmann'a songs In
fcnToi," or "i Am weary.- me
"Saint Cecily" and "Lore Is ft Mystery-" All of these have been orches
trated for full symphony orchestra, and are Issued by the Clayton F.
Snmmy company of Chicago. ' '
Major Hartmann of the signal corps, formerly commanding officer at
Fort Omaha, has received many honors and has recently been detailed
for the War college at Washington, D. C. But Mrs. Hartmann will
remain in Chicago until the holidays, as she has a number of compositions
to be published within the next few weeks. - Little Miss Phyllis Hartmann
will attend the Sacred Heart academy at Lake Forest this winter.
Borne of Mrs. Hartmann'a songs will be heard in Omaha shortly when
the musical season opens.
For St Louis Gueit.
lira. Carl Slavers, ssalsted by Mia
Emma Rievera, entertslnsd at rurwheon
Wednesday, at the home of the former,
In honor of Miss Hssel Froeder of Bt
Louie, who If the RUest of MIm Ethel
Aibach. The k-flar-Bn colors , ww
used In the table deflorations and
throughout the rooms. Covers Were laid
Julta Anrisnssr,
AmaJis Anheutr,
.lhel Albach.
r-no Albaota,
William dlevera,
Ifaaei Proedsf,
Mnuli Gray.
Kmma HIvrB,
slartcarst TMard.
Carl Bievers.
At Carter Lake Club.
The Nebruka auxiliary of the Delta
Slrrea Delia frsternitr gave the first
dinner of the araaon Tueedar evening.
Toasts were responded to by Dra.
Sheerer. Nelson. Bnrlx-r and Mrs. Bar
bar. Thoaa present wrre:
Pr, and Mrs. Newton. ;
Dr. and Mra. Wif rr.
Dr. and Mra. IHnnatbler.
lr. and Mra. Hint con.
1 r. and Mrs. Barber. -
Doctora Doctors .
Kuhlachck, rntton,
O'HWU , ' " Nelson.
Carrol, ' tornaon,
Mlaaea Ml.sra
Rorwrtson, , . Melchsr, .
Bwnrt. Druramr. .
Msstar Carrol QleUen. i .
Wins Scholarship.
Master John 8. Knox Id has won a
scholarship at Oroton school, Qroton,
Maes. He will antar the aeoond form of
that school Prptembar 15, having taken
the competitive examlnatlona for the
acholarahlp the last of Juna. lie waa
tutored by F. D. Tyner, rector of BL
Andrew's achool In Omaha and by Mlas
Copeland of the High school.
Shafer-Wilson Wedding.
A wedding Wedneaday evening took
plaoe at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ouggenmoea. Kit South Tenth
street. In the preaenee ef about a doaeo
gueats, when Mlas Oct a Shafer, recently
frorn Los Attselea, became th bride of
Mr. Oren H. Wilson, The ceremony waa
performed by Iter. B. B. Taft of the
Oraee Baptist church. Mr. Frank H.
Hron acted as beat man, and .'Mrs.
Brown as matron of honor. Little Mil
dred dusgenmose carried the ring. ' Loh
enirren's "Weddinc March" was played
by Mlas llllah Flaher, tha "Flower Bong"
: being played softly during the ceremony.
' The bride was dreaaed in a beautiful
(white el lie crepe gown, trimmed with
shadow lace, and carried a bouQuet of
biide'a rosea. The couple will be at home
aftrr Bepteraber la at 2C2S Bouth Tenth
At Happy Hollow.
Mra. Robert Dempster entertained at
luncheon today at Happy Hollow In
honor of Mlas Kittle Sadler of London,
England, who la the guest of Mr. and
Mra. C. N. Dteta
Among those entertaining gueats at din
ner thla evening at the club are R. C.
ret era, who will have twelve guttata ; J.
I -. LInderholm, tweuty-two; C. F. Wellar,
eight; W. A. Plel. four: U L. French,
three; Z. R. Gould, two, and J. IL
! Beaton, four. ,
Returning to School. 1
Mlas Reglna Connell leaves next Thurs
day to complete .her studies at Dana ha
WeUaaley ovUege.
Enjoying Take Cruiie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boyce of Chicago,
who have apent the summer on their
yacht, the Halcyon, have aa their gueats
Mrs. Korea's stater. Mlaa Eugenie Patter
son and Mlsa Loulae Dinning. Together
with six other gueata they will leave Chi
cago thla week for a cruise to Buffalo.
Attending Centennial.
Mr. Harry . Byrne Is tn Baltimore,
where be la attending the "Rtar-Bpangled
t Banner" centennial. Oeneral Orenvllle sf.
Dodge of Council Bluffa la there, figur
ing prominently In the celebration.
Benitrom-Linde Wedding.
Mlaa Anna Linda, daughter of F. J,
Linde, and Mr. Arthur Kenatrora were
married Wednesday noon at the borne of
the bride. Rev. Oustav Kricaon of the
Swedish Methodlat Eplaoopal church of
ficiated. The bride wore white crepe de chine
and UUe held the long tulle veil la place.
Phe carried a shower ef rosea and lilies
of the valley.
Mlas Adcle Linda, sister of the bride,
was bridesmaid and wore pink crepe de
chene. bhe carried Kitnarney rosea.
Mr. Leonard Bergmaa waa beat man.
Mlas fcfcb Johnson, couaia of the bride,
played the wedding march.
A a mail reception was bald for the
Mr. and Mrs. Renatrom'lcft for a wed
ding trip to Chicago and a lake trip. They
will be at home at 101 Miller street after
October L
Engagement Announced.
An engagement of Interest to many In
Omaha la that of Mr. Harry Bortln or
Philadelphia to Mlaa Ouaale Isaaca of Bt.
Mr. Bortln lived In Omaha for four
years, during which time he had eharge
of the valuation department and waa a
nu-mber ol the advisory valuation com
mittee of the Union Pacific railway.
It lth regret that he left Omaha,
where he had made many friends, to ao
ctpt, lait January, the position of esslft
ant to the general secretary cf the preai
dent's conference coicaoiuee, for the fed
her repertoire, "Illumination" and
otner two already pubisned axe
eral valuation of the railroads of tha
United Plates.
Miss Isaacs is a graduate of Washing
ton university and apent the laat two
summers In New Tork, working upon
her M. A. degree at Columbia college.
The date for the wedding, which will
Uke plaoe la M. Louis, has not yet been
definitely set, but will be In the whiter.
In and Ont of the Be 'Hire.
Miss Oraee McBrlde will leave Sunday
for Chicago to study violin this winter.
Mlaa Mildred Rubel has returned from
an extended Ttelt In Chicago, Peoria,
New Tork and eastern aummer re aorta.
Mlsa Mabel Clark has returned from
Los Angeles, where she spent a rear and
la now vialtlng her slater. Mra. B. P.
Mr. and Mra E. II. Powell and daugh
ter, Dorothy, of Los Angeles are visit
ing Mr. and Mra Alfred ThomDson of
Hawthorne avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Elmlnger are back
from an attended trip through Colorado
and Wyoming and leave Sunday for the
wnere mey expect to remain a
month or more, visiting friends. '
Mf. and Mrs.' John 1 Webater returned
Tuesday evening from an extended trip.
The first part of the summer they were
at Atlantle City, K. J., and the latter
part of the season they went to the
Paoiflo ooasL ,
Miss Bonnie Jones returned Tuesday
trora a three Weeks' visit st the summer
home ot Mr. snd Mrs. William Haylor In
the western part of the stste. Mra Frank
Jones and daughter, Nina, who spent the
Isat week with Mr. and Mra. Hay lor, and
Miss Jones have also returned.
Colored Waiter at
Commercial Club
Grows Cotton Here
Cotton raising si an Industry In Ne
braska Is beginning to Interest Henry
Williams, Colored waiter at the Com
mercial elutJ, who raised a nice ' little
pelolt In his back yard at Twenty-seventh
and .Lake streets this summer. He has a
number of specimens on exhibit at the
Commercial club rooms now. The cotton
matured well. " and yields excellently.
Williams learned the cotton raising bust-
nsss down In old Arkansas, where he was
After bringing Bert Harris, aged 19.
Pandereon, Tex., from Elkhart, Ind., to
fcouth Omaha and giving him the com
forts Of his home. Fred Offerman.
Twenty-fifth and P streets, hss been re
warded for his klndnesa with the younge
st er disappearing with t2S from the
family safs.
Offerman was making an eastern tour
In an automobile and was accosted by
Harris at Elkhart with a pitiful story
of being awsy from home without money
and friends and asking for a rids aa far
west as Nebraska. The appeal was
answered with transportation . to the
South Omaha home of the Offerman
family, where the vlaltor was given every
Mlas Marjorle Dorfnan. secretary of tha
Wage-Karners' league of. New Tork City,
who, It waa announced, would give an
anti-suffrage speech before the working
glrle at the Young Women's Christian
soclation. mlased her train In Chicago
and will not arrive until this morning.
Mrs, J. W. Crumpscker, local repre
sentative of the Antl-Buffrage society.
was to speak In her place, but as there
were only three women present the meet
ing was postponed until Saturday even
ing, when Mlas Dormsn will spesk In the
eounoll chamber of the city hall. ,
Election of the directors for the Omaha
Field club will be held September IS, bal
lots to be cast at tha Burlington ticket
office, from I o'clock In the morning un
til 1:10 o'clock In the evening, and at the
Field club from t: to T o'clock. The
annual meeting will follow at the club at
o'clock, when a stag dinner and musical
entertainment will be given for the mem
bars Oolf prises will ateo be awarded
at the meeting.
Oeorge a. Wallace has received word
from his daughter. Mrs. Mortimer Jay
Brown of Nlagra Falls, N. T.. that aha
and Dr. Brown have reached home aafely
from tha war sons. They were touring
la Germany and Bwltaeriand when the
war broke out. bat were not Incon
venienced, aside from the delsy In re
John K. Utt. general agent of the Rock
Inland, stricken with puraly.l Tueaday
aiternooa was reported to be slightly im
proved yesterdsy. Hi has partially re
gained eonsrlouineee and has a little use
of his right band.
Fashion Hint
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This pretty mantle Is made of Bengale
Pink' duvetyn. A high Murat collar of
black velvet. Incrustations of same ma
terial mixed with a gold pasaementerle
trim the polnta. The wrap Is a vary
broad-shsped and sleeveless kimono, the
spilt for the ertns being bordered by the
same gold passementer ss tbs buttons,
round-scot Inped, over a straight band of
black vslvet. ' '
Students of Other
Colleges Entering
University of Omaha
A number of former students of other
colleges snd universities are reglatsrlng
this week at the University of Omaha
and will enter the sophomore. Junior and
senior olsssea there thla year. Instead of
returning to their former sohools.
Among tnem are students from the
University of New Tork, Wellealey. Ober.
Iln, Urand Island, Colby university. Da
KFauw and the Unlveralty of Chicago.
Dr. Daniel E. Jenkins, president of the
local unlveralty, says that the enrollment
for this season Is already larger than
last year. The first convocation will be
held at 10 o'clock next Tuesday morning.
Rev. F. D. Tyner, who formerly con
ducted ft private preparatory school, has
just been secured as a member of the
faoulty of the University's preparatory
department, and will have special over
sight of the boys there.
The police have been asked by three
fond and distracted mothers to locate
their wandering "boye," all of whom
happen to be over 18 years of age. One
Of them. Owen French of Lafayette, Ind.,
has been gone a year, and his father
writes that three clairvoyanta who have
been consulted declare that the prodigal
"wanta to return home, but will not give
In." Mra. Nellie Tidd of Sheridan, Wyo.,
tella the police that If she knew her
son, R. L. Daniels, M years old, Is alive
and well, her troubled mind would be put
at rest. He Is a union painter, she eaya.
The third subject of Inquiry Is William
Nelson, colored porter of a dining ear,
whose foster mother, Mrs. Winnie Gor
don of Bt. Joseph, wants to know his
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Entire Surplus Stock of
Including Men's. Women's and Children's Slip-Ons and Gabardine, Men's
' and Women's Cravenette and Men's and Women's Fall Weight Coats
Secured for Cash at a Pride Which Enables Us to Sell Them
While They Last at lM to Va, in Some Instances Retail Worth
roitoffice Clerki Would Unite with
American Federation
Tetee Cast mm Will Be Ceeaffd
Tale Arteraeea Candidates
frwaa Mas? Paris e( C'eaatry
Reaalaai la Raee
Afflllntion with the American Federa
tion of Labor I still a live Issue with the
National Association ot Postofflcs Clerks
in convention In Omaha. A resolution
has been passed providing for another ef
fort to bring about a referendum of the
members of the American Federation of
Labor aad the National Association of
Postofflcs Clerks on the matter of af
filiation. It was adopted, as follows:
Whereas, Resolution No. 143, adopted
at the Cleveland convention. 113, pro
viding for a refeiendum vote of the mem
berahip of the I'nlted National Aeaorla
tion of Poetnfrlce C'lerka on the question
of the wtadrnn of affiliation with the
American f eneration or Ijabor, and,
Whereaa. The above reaol
the referendum to the membership of the
United National Association of Poetoffice
Clerka only, snd,
Whereas, The American Federation of
Ijabor, by Ita alienee has declined to con
sider the proposition aa preaented, evi
dently the ceune being that the proposed
referendum did not alva the Federation
of Poatoffie Clerka a voloe in the mat
ter, therefore, be It
Resolved. That wa the delegates of the
fifteenth annual convention, asaembled
In Omaha, September 7-10, 1114, instruct
our national orflcera to present to the
executive officers of the American Fed
eration of Labor for their eonalderatlon
the question of the affiliation with the
American Federation of Labor, with the
underatsndlng that the membership of
notn organisations be permitted to par
ticipate in such referendum and that the
executive officers of the three organisa
tions arrecteo to aaree beforehand that
the result will be binding on both organ
isations, and, be It further.
Re-eolved. That where a clerk holda
memberahlp in both organisations he Is
entitled to one vote, snd. be it further.
Resolved. Thst a copy of thla resolu
tion be sent to the executive officers of
the National Federation of Poetoffice
Clerka and the executive officers of the
American Federation of Labor.
Minister Praises This Laxative.
Rv. It Rtobenvoll, Allison, la., praises
Dr. Kings New Life Pills for constipa
tion. Beat for llvsr and bowels. 26c All
druggist. Advertisement.
Saturday Morning, September 12th,
You Want to be on Hand Promptly
to Share in the Big Bargain Sale
Owing to the arrival of new goods, and more on.
the way. we need all the room possible for dis
play., We have gone through our stock, select
ing every piece that is odd, discontinued, or that we will not ,
run any more. You will find beautiful mahogany pieces,
Brass Beds, Chairs, Rockers, Upholstered Pieces, Etc., all on
our first floor, plainly marked with the original price tag, aad the special
price attached. Many pieces at HALF PRICE and LESS. The original price
ha been forgotten. VWe don't care about the PROFIT. ' v
$30.00 Leather Upholstered Oak Settee, now , S17.50 J
$27.50 Leather Upholstered Mahogany . Settee, now $17.50
$15,00 Leather . Upholstered Mahogany Chair for ................ . $10.00
$17.50 Spanish Leather Upholstered Chair for i S11.50 .
$35.00 Oak Settee, Leather Upholstered, for $17.50
$55.00 Leather Upholstered Chair for ' $27.50
$80.00 Solid Mahogany Chair, Panne Velour Upholstered $35.00
$52.50 Leather Upholstered Settee, now $27.00 ?
$62.00 Leather Upholstered Chair, now.' .' $29.00.'
$48.00 Mahogany Hall Settee, Wood Seat . . .$23.00 v
prom?tiy6Fiiied Beaton & Laier Co. if yoTvh ';.
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Friday and Saturday
Marvelous RAINCOAT Bargains
Men's Slip-On Raincoats, made of all wool
double texture fabric. These are the most
sensational values ever offered in new fall
raincoats. Goodyear Raincoat Co. j7 CA
sold them at $15 bur price P 3U
Men's $6.50 Slip-Ons $3.00
Men's $5.00 SKp-Qns $2.00
Are all double texture coats of fine
quality workmanship and materials,
the Goodyear $5 and $G.50 values.
by the Goodyear
TS Sold by
it Co. at $10
Raincoat Co. at $15
$18, your choice. .
Goodyear Raincoat Co. at $10
$12, some in greys, (
blacks and tans; our
Omaha Woman Asks
Big Damages from
a Rich Californian
Alleging thst Alton D. Tsylor. s
wealthy Csllfomlan, Inveigled her Into a
mock marriage nine years ago, Mlaa Ger
trude Malmberg of Omaha has filed suit
In district court for 121.000 damages.
The plaintiff says ahet came to America
In IW, met Tsylor snd kept company
with blm for two years, between 1909 and
19, and that on January 6. 1905, hs took
her to the Fsrnam hotel, where a sup
posed marriage ceremony waa performed.
After traveling aa mea and wife over
California, visiting In I'tah and In Art
sons and Tessa Miss Malmberg gsys that
In May, 1914, she returned to Omaha and
discovered thst no marriage llcenee had
been laaued.
During their eight yeara of married life
together Mlaa Malmberg asaerts Taylor
introduced her to many persons In
Omsha and California as his wife.
Satro Heleased to
Care for His Famliy
After John galro, 811 North Twenty
second street, waa aentenoed to Jail fof
falling to provide for Ms fsmlly, his wife
and four smalt children were ousted from
their house because the rent was not
psld. Julius 8. Coolry, representing atro,
Induced Judge Foster to commute the
men's sentence, upon his promise to go
to work and rare for his family. J. M.
Leidy, county administrator of charities,
provided tickets to Des Moines for ths
family and a Job there was secured for
the man, Cooler and other police court
attaches contributed money for the tem
porary relief of the sufferers
Turpin's Dancing Academy, 28th and Farnam
Adult Beginners, Monday I P. M.
joining Sept 14-16 will bs si Von a reduction of 11.00. Applications received now.
Flrat assembly Saturday evening, Oct 10th. First Children's. Class Saturday Oct
10th. Beginners 1:10, advanced 3:10 P. M. PrivatS lessons daily. If you want to
be up-to-date, learn the One Str.p Canter, Walts Csnter, Half and luilX, Maxtke
and Hesitations. Stags and fancy dancing taught Harney 6141.
the Goodyear
Women's Ftneat Gabardines and 811k Rain
OoaU 97.SO Priestley's finest Crave
netted Gabardines and Silk Kaln Coats,
all latest styles; , Ooodyear J7 JJA
price 16 to $20; .our price J tOU
A classy lot of Women's and Misses' Rain
Coats, In poplins, mercerized and silk
finished materials, tor rain or traveling
and auto wear; Ooodyear C ff
price f 10 to $12. (0, our price 4DUU
Women's, Misses' and Children's Rain
Coats, In plain and fancy cloths, includ
ing the popular Balniacang In shepherd
checks and cravenetted fabrics; Good
year price $S to ?.60, our Qp-
prlce j)a6es70
Women's and Misses' Rain Coats, In rub
berised and cloth materials, also a few
fall weight coats In coverts; all In one
big assortment of styles and t4 fifl
colors; great value. J 1 aUU
Children's Rain Capes, with hoods, rubber
lined hood, plaid lined, worth r q
$1.25; our price 0C
Only Three Ectiring
Educators May Seek
Board Re-Eleqtion
Polltl-st algna In the Board of Education
point to the probability of only t,hree of
the retiring board members, being candi
dates for re-election this fall. These will
be: A. J. Burdin, Fifth wsrd; A. C. Ken
nedy. Seventh ward; Dr. J. J. Foster,
Ninth wsrd.
President C. T. Walker's term esplres
January 1, IMS, sa does alao the term of
C V. Warfleld, Ei F. Leavenworth, snd
K. J. Streltt, but theae merribers have
either already decided not te run aga'n. or
are now Inclining to the belief that they
have "had enough."
Only five dissenting votes were regis
tered when reeolutlons favoring suffrage
were adopted at the National Postal
Clerka' association convention Wednea
day afternoon. There were nearly 400
delegatea represent'ng every atate tn the
union, lira M. B. Munson had placed
the resolutions with the resolutions com
mittee and the motion was made by Edi
ward J. Rorke of Brooklyn, N. T.
City Commissioner pan B. Butler of the
department of finances and accounts wilt
suggest the appropriation of sufftclsnt
funds to bufld a lagoon In Fontenelle
park. He Is now Investigating the condi
tion of the several city funds and will
recommend that the necessary money be
taken out of many funds. Including the
park fund.
Adult Advanced. Tuesday I P. M.
Raincoat Go,
Get SctifiioIl3r& Mueller's
Victor Servlca
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Sceoree This Magnificent
and 24 Victor Musical Selec
tion (la Victor Doable Faced
Records), including the latest
dance music.
Terms as low as $1.00
,'. IVr Week.
1311-18 Farnam Street,
Omaha, Neb.
Good. To
the Last
Ualumet pastry is good to
look at, trood 'to' eat. Always
light, 'fluffy, tender and whole
some. Calumet is the one bakino-
powder that . Is high la . fumtitj end
matrati m price.
WmIT Sis r-i EismMob, CVkat, tfl, '
tun lisisMa. fiat. March. UK -
Omaha Conservatory of
Music and Art
Opens Monday, gept. 14, 1014.
Thorough courses, private and
Voice. Organ.
Piano. Harmony,
Violin. Opera. 1
Public school music,
Musical history.
Painting, Dramatics,
ICxpresslon, PU.o tuning.
Aesthetic dancing,
' , - Languages. .
Registration begins -Monday,
Sept. 7, It 14. Classes organised
Monday, Sept. 14. K, ,
Strong faculty of over twenty
instructors. . ,
Mtropilits; I3Idg., 2301 Harney.
Doug. 41T. - OMAHA, NKB.