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TirK P.EE: OMAHA. SATCKDAV, SEPTEMBER IP, 1014.
Friday, September 18, 1914.
ISS Frances Nash and Mis Nathalie Myers, who are now In Berlin,
M Germany, writ that they will probably return hnm aome time
MIpb Nash finds herself In an unusual position. Although
a citizen of the t'nfted States. Miss Nash has been In Merlin over a year, so
that she la now a resident of that city, and the rule has been made that
tourlsta ore to be given the first opportunities of leaving the countries now
at war, and those who have been abroad for more than a year must wait
until all tourists have received transportation out or the country. So Miss
Nash and Miss Myers, although they have every comfort and special favors
through Influential friends, both German and American, must wait until
the tourists are taken rare of. Mrs. E. W. Nash has sent gold, so that the
young women will not lacX for ready funds to leave Berlin.
Mine Naeh was to hare made her musical debut this winter by giving
a piano concert In Berlin. She has had great success In her music, and the
postponement of thla concert la a great disappointment to her many friends.
PIONEERS PERFECT PLANS
:Are AH Ready to Entertain Guest
Here During Ak-SarBen.
CUDAHY INVITES THE VISITORS
! RereBttnn l iimmlllrf Named to Look
After the Welfare of the Home,
rnroers lint-Ins; Their
The Douglas ronnty pone rs are 10m-
Powerful Dog Saves
Child from Being
Run Down by Auto
Th 2-yar-old daughter of " T. Pin
kl Thirty seventh and podge etret!,
wss saved from an approaching automo
bile, hy a powerful do; onned hy Mr.
Punkle. The dot; la part hulldoaj, and
ponflhly part mastiff. A iitomohlles speed
down t'ie hard pavement of Podge street
In this part of the rlty at a terrific rate,
Blomhrri Is i friend f.r whom tee police ar
charged with ha. Inn counterfeit m-mev in . H'ombrrg heard he was i.mitH !n "iTtha
hl poipeaon nn'i to lime tried '., pn'
. r hlle staving In S.niv ('itv and ircnudi-
lie dem haWng tried to pa. a eertain
tmjs d"Mar, and Fays he gave i: to a
tely started for home to lia'.e the n. after
straightened out. The poi r turn d the
prisoner over to t':iited Hhi'j Marsha'
Ustnrr. who i:l hM htm until the eve
ha teen nvre thoroughly Investigated.
Hoinherg. Im '." ahr.ut years of age,
lias h.n a ret lent of omsha all hi l.fe.
fee YV.mt Ads rrod'i-e Results.
The engagement la announced of Mlsa
A1Ij Kennarrf. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
P. R. Kennard of Falracres, to Mr. Kd
gr Allison Bnlrd. .
Roth voting i.eonle have a host of
friends to whom the announcement does
not come aa a surprise. Miss Kennard
haa a beautiful soprano voire and la a
member of the Amateur. Muslral rluh.
Mr. Bnlrd is a prominent attorney mid
a member of thi Field livb. He Is asso
ciated In business with his father. Judge
Balrd. Mr. Halrd attended the t'nlverslty
of Nebraska and la a member of the I'hl
Kappa Psl fraternity.
The wedding will be very quiet and will
take place October 8 at the home of the
brlda'e parents, only relatives attending;.
Mr. JoVn C. Goodwin of New Castle,
Ind., a sister of the bride, will be matron
of honor and Mr. C. J. Balrd, best man.
At Happy Hollow.
Among those who will entertain at din
ner Saturday evening at Happy Hollow
are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams, who will
have twenty guests; Thomsa H. Fell,
ten; A. II. Benton, ten; Judge Irving
Baxter, eight; O. E. MeCulley, eight;
Lloyd Bmlth, four.
Mr. J. A Underholm and Mri. K. T
Rector entertained at a largo luncheon
today at the club. Covers were placed
for thirty-nine guests. Mrs. R. M. tv
rrty had eight guests at luncheon today.
Mrs. R. M. I.averty entertained at
luncheon at Happy Hollow today when
cover were laid for:
R. K. Schlndel, Harry t ote.
W. Ft. Bavlnger, Claude Orchard,
v B. Tag. Harry Marling,
N. R. Bryson. H. M. Le-verty.
At the Field Club.
Mra. J. P. Fallon entertained at lunch
eon Tuesday at the Field club. The table
decorations were white clamatla and Klll
arney roaea. Present were:
F. A. Hhotwe.ll, Ij. J. Marks
C. R. Sherman, of Chicago,
J. F.. Marsh. P. A. Welln,
y.. K. Klmberly, Tom Ft. Kelly,
R B. Zackary. J. P. Fallon,
! R. Porter, ,
Entertaining at dinner Saturday Sat
urday evening at the Field club will be
Krm. M. A. Wallace, wbo will have eovera
placed for eighteen. A. D. Marlott, twenty;
Harry Steel, four; F. U. Sturtevant, eight;
tr. E. C. Abbott, nine; Dr. H. A. Wahl.
sixteen; H. A. Cameron, four; W. It.
At the Country Club.
Saturday evening at the Country club
Mr. and Mra. F. B. Hochatetler will have
even gueate at dinner and Miss Frances
Hochstetler, eight gueate; Charles Stew
art will have twelve guesta and F. II.
. Mr. Jean Gilbert Jonee and Mis Madge
Mae Bourne and students will receive at
the studios, suite 7-8-S-lO Davldge block.
Saturday afternoon and evening from 2
to t o'clock and from 8 to 11 o'clock. An
Informal program will be given.
Phtlng preparations for the entertain- eppei tally when the motor-bike copi
mtit of the territorial ploneera of the: not looking.
stati'. who conen- In Omaha, September The metnliera of the family have many
.It to October 2. ' times run Into the street, snatched the j
Together with the Omaha Commercial ! garments of the child and dragged It off I
rluh the Douglas county organisation Willi the street when they found It had wan
make the state visitors' vlatt during earnl-j dered upon dannrous paving.
al time a pleasant affair. I Hut the day rame when she wsndered
The pioneer room In the court hous ' out and no one was witching. The mother
will he headquarters for the out-of-town was busy In on'; of the Inner rooms of
folk and a committee of sit women wilt i thn house.
ronstantly be there to look out for the At the hissing and bonking of a speed
guests' comfort and welfare. Tt Is de- 1 Ing automobile members of the family
tired hy the local contingent that the looked out Juat In time to see the power-
Wiiitors wear their home badge upon 1 fill dor dragging the child off the street i
LOW PRICES HAVE KEPTMY
STORE IN THE LIME LIGHT
Every Day Every Month Every Year
I'm giving the Best Hat Values in Omaha
UP TO $20
on Sale at
Mrs. Charles Kills and Mlsa Ona Jen
nlng had a surprise party for their
mother Tuesday afternoon In honor of
her birthday. Those present were:
slter of the groom, and Mr. Howard
Spanifler. a nephew of the bride. Ilev.
Harrison of Scrlhner officiated. After
the ceremony the young couple departed
for Denver and other Colorado- points.
They will be at bine to their friends after,
November 1 at 3TC1I South Nineteenth
At the home of the officiating minister,
Rev. V.. B Taft. pastor of the (Irace Bap
tist church, Mr Kred Bartr.. Jr . of Val
entine, Neb, and Miss Alice Winifred
Baker, a public school teaj-h of North
Loup, 'eh ., were married yesterday. Ti c
couple were accompanied by MIks Cecile
N. Baker of Omaha, a sihter of the bride,
and Mrs. Clara B. lledilen of Omaha, a
sister of the groom. The wedding march
was played hy Mrs. F.. B Taft. Mr. and
Mrs. Bartx will make their home on a
farm near Valentine, Neb.
The wedding of Mlsa Carra R Mc
Mullen, daughter of Mrs M. MrMullen.
to Mr. Leonard. D. Miller took place
Wednesday afternon at their home Itev.
Oliver Keve of the Walnut Hill Metho
dlat church officiated.
The bride wore pearl ibarmeuse.
trimmed with silk oriental lace, made
tunic effect. Her veil was raught In
place with clematis and site carried a
bouquet of white roses.
Miss Maliel Nelson, bridesmaid, was
gowned In pink crepe de chene, trimmed
with silk lace and rosebuds and carried
a bouquet of pink roues.
Mr. Milton Miller, brother of the
groom, served as beat man. Miss Ella
Kennedy played the wedding march.
Refreshments were served after the cere
mmy. The hous was decorated with
pal ma, ferns and cut flowers. The color
used were pink and white.
After a western trip Mr. and Mrs. I..
D. Miller will be at home at m North
Thirtieth street October 1.
Returning to College.
Mrs. Jamea W. Metcalfe, Miss Rachel
and Mr. George S. Metcalfe left Thursday
evening for St. Louis Mr. Metcalfe en
ters his junior year at Washington col
lege and Mlsa Rachel will enter her fresh
man yecr. Mrs. Melcalfe will return In
, several weeks.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Elisabeth Hewitt has returned
after a ten weeks' tour of California.
Mr. Harry Montgomery and children
have returned from OKiinqult, Me., where
they spent the aummer.
Missis Helen Horcnaon, Agnes Ruasell,
Marguerite Burke, Alice Duval and Lucy
Hart have gone to Lincoln und are
guests at the Kappa Kappn Gamma
sorority house for "rushing week."
Mr. and Mra. Mel I'hl, Jr., are hack
from a visit to Mr. I'hl's parent in cm.
Ifornla. Dr. and Mra. Mllroy, who occu
pied their home In Dundee during their
absence, have returned to their apart
ment at the Colonial.
Mrs. J. B. Berry of Chicago, who spent
a few days with her dnuKhter. Mre.
Oeorge Sumner, left for home Thursday.
Mra. Berry brought back her little grand
daughter, Ruth Sumner, who had been
her guest In Chicago.
coming Into the city, so that the com
mittee, which will be at the station, will
have no difficulty In recognlilng them.
The committee will wear the emblem of
the Douglas county affiliation.
The Cudahy Tacking company of South
Omaha will entertain the visitors one
dav and will serve a luncheon for them.
The committee to meet the visitors Is
made up of Augustus Lockner, Peter
Besen, John F. McArdle, John O. V lllls.
Leo Jankowski. Alvln Metxler, P. J. Cree-
don and Richard Tlzard.
Mrs C. If. Klsette. Mrs. A. L. Root,
Mrs. It. M. Taylor. Mrs. M A. Wltnneii,
Mrs. M. Cortnack and Mrs. M. Sorensnn
make up the committee which will en
tertain at headquarters.
with his teeth set in the child's sleeve.
W. A. BL0MBERG GIVES
HIMSELF UP TO POLICE j
William A. ' Blotnberg. w ho has been
sought by the police and federal author
ities of Omsha for more than a month,
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1 yT- w
III s?- "ill n n itt a n
nrrs. miss him
I (?i ' ji S" 1 Over Alexander's
1 J t&i y shoe Sore
- .Mre" m iu m wy.we jj' mumwm jjiuiiij iihi iw i.n aeyww
You'll find actual $i
values, including hun
dreds of the latjst
You'll find regular 10
values. Including all the
tions in larce and small
I.OOO TRIMMKD HATS AT mri'I.AU I'UlCF.S.
Spleutlid service by Ktperloncetl Salt-hlndlcj..
A men's fellowship banquet, followed hy
a missionary rallv, will be held at the
First Christian church Monday evening.
About l.Vi men of the Christian denomina
tion from the First and North Side
churches of Omaha and from South
Omaha, Florence, Irvlngton and Lincoln
will attend the dinner, which will be
served by the women of the churches. At
S o'clock following the dinner the public
will be welcome to the meeting to be
held In the church auditorium. Needs of
the missionary society of the Chrlatian
denomination in Nehraaka will be pre
sented by Hev. Charles K. Cohhey, pastor
of the church nnd state president of the
Missionary society, and by Rev. Henry
Harmon of Lincoln, Rev. C. K. l.emmen
of Hastings and I'"lgar Suavely of Lincoln.
E' M E
IV: " K1il!.j.un '7 ""
SMITH'S WINDOWS SHOW
FINE ARRAY OF HUDSONS
One of the pleasant sight of the auto
row ts the fine display of Hudson cars
on the floor of the Guy L. Smith show
rooms. Twenty-sixth and Farnam streets.
The showing Is of the latest models of
the Hudson output. Thl yenr Mr. Bmlth
ha received twenty-two carloads of Hud
sons and every one has been shipped by
express. The display makes a beautiful
sight at night as. the show room la one
of the largest U Omaha and the place
la one blase of light. Mr. Smith expect
one of the largest years' business that he
has ever had since he has been In busi
ness In Omaha. The place is open eve
nings this week and an Inspection of thla
fine display of cars Is Invited.
MOTHER OF NINE MAY
LOSE FRACTURED LEG
Mrs. John Browskl, mother of nine
children, and living at 2719 South Twenty
tlfth street, suffered a compound frac
ture of her left leg when she fell from a
grain car at Walnut and Twenty-sixth
streets. She was taken to St. Joseph's
hospital and police surgeons declare that
she will in nil probability lose her leg.
Her husband Is a laborer employed In
a South Omaha packing house.
"You Jut Know She
That Is the title of our fas
cinating little book which
tells about the new etyles
in silk hosiery and how to
get the best wear out of it.
Sent on request.
McCslliira Silk Hosiery linn"
ccllcnec o( quslity nd suprems
good looks tht nukt it indispsn
sbl to th msn snJ wono.n who
mutt be wll drewe slTfsys. 1
Correct hosiery for every occasion j
mending yro with every peir.
Sold at the Bttt Shop
itttCallum JDoKitrp Co.
awMbi r' I-r
I e "s.
For Those Who Are
Interested in Their Homes
OL'R NEW FALL AND WINTEK
stock of home furnishings hai
just arrived and Is now on exhi
bition on our floors. Your Inspec
tion is cordially invited, for we be
lieve that we have the finest,
greatest variety of furniture and
carpets ever shown in the city. We
wish to direct Hperial attention to
this fart; that although our new-
Fall and Winter stock is the fin
est that money and experience can
command, our prices are the lowest in tho
city. Acall on us does not obligate you In
the least. You will not be urged to buy.
We are glad to show you our stock and
sell it strictly on its merits.
CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS GLADLY ARRANGED
that wc are offering the
rarest bargains in
Omaha we have on sale
a - - i n c h guaranteed
brass bed, standing 54
inches high, with ten
heavy fillers, all steel sani
tary spring with heavy
r ma nv
woven wire top and two rows of copper
coll supports and a sanitary, well made
cotton top mattress. Bed finished in a
beautiful satin finish only. Priced spe
cially for Saturday's selling or until the
quantity lasts at the ex-
i tremely low price, for
Only One Outfit To
GUARANTELD a customer
A I Jennings,
To Celebrate Birthday.
Mr. W. 11. C'hapia entertained at a
luncheon at bor home Thursday In cele
bration of her birthday. The decorations
were In yellow and whit and hand
painted place cards were used rovers
were laid for:
Mtadmes - Meadames
F. E. fox. Jerome A. L.IUI,
tfruen Wllllnms. F. E. Juraenson,
J. K. GsKe. F. Hue.
Kmma W hite. B. MrMullen.
Kdnsrd Hunaerford, W. II. Chaj'in.
Mr. and Mr. Jenntna entertained in
honor of the fifteenth birthday of their
daughter. Vera, Monday evening. TlneJ
I.onora M-i 'armey,
Crosip and rnnajh Remedy.
Dr. Klng'a New Dlsrovery gives almost
Instant relief: first dose help; best rem
edy for coughs, colds and lung trouble.
rV and 11.00. All druggists. Advertisement.
lelKhton Mi fasllln.
Lai re n Humbert.
I v't js fj.
The !! Kaiser entertained at their
home Saturday. The evening was spent i
in music and games. Prlxe were won by
Mluea May and Rose hechmelster, Mr.
Jsjoea Murray and Mr. George Htangle.
CoMUlaUon prlsea were awarded to Mr.
Walter Bpellman and Mis Martha Brit
ton. Those present were:
Klartha Bntton. Grace Kaiser,
i'at'ierlne Kaiser, Jean Britton.
C harles Kaiser.
MUa Gertrude Zenian of hirlliner and
Mr. L- fi. Horsky of Omaha were united
in marriage at trie First Congregational
etiurth at Fremont Wednesday. The
were accompanied by Miss Irma Horsky,
' . e-
Jf M 111 1 j I
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MASSIVE MISSION ROCKER
A SOLID OAK MISSION STYLE ROCKER. Splendidly
upholstered In imperial imitation Spanish leather over full
steel spring construction. Has extra heavy posts and beau
tifully finished fumed. An extra roomy
and exceedingly comfortable rocker on
sale tomorrow, only
S PLENDID DRESSER
AN AMAZING BARGAIN IN A STRONGLY
CONSTRUCTED COLONIAL DRESSER.
Made throughout of hard wood, finished in
American quartered imitation oak. Hase
measures 3X inches. French bevel plate
mirror set in neatly carved frame. Posl
lively on sale tomorrow only
at this extremely low price
No Matter If the Ice Gives Out
You can always be sure of pure, sweet, fresh
milk and cream if you have on hand a supply of
APOH AT ED
Br ! ACOTEl SE.
Afternoon atrap-frook of white tatfeta.
The bodice la a kimono with long fitted
Hleeves fiulahed by itiall rever. A Mar-ci-au
lollar of aame malerial flnlalie I lie
neck, and on the shouldi-r Is poM-d a
huge roue of ilaik t jucs I.ooi of rlhtion
fall from the center of the 11 k to the
Cottage Milk is th richest milk with nothing taken out ex
cept watei and with nothing added.
It perfect sterilization makei it mote aanitary than bottle
milk. There is no danger of contamination at in the bottling,
handling and delivering of ordinary milk.
All animal germa have been eliminated from Cottage Milk.
That's why it lasts longer and doesn't take on the odors of other
foods in the ice box after it is opened, as reaany as ooiue mm.
Cottage Milk It told direct from our condenserie to your retail
grocer, inauringtresnnea at an iimci. rm iiaui,iiwii,
convenience and economy Cottage Milk ii unexcelled.
THE MILK WITHOUT THE COOKED TASTE
In Two Slice B and lO ctav
At All Good Dealer
tTI.I.KN BROKERAGE tX.,
1 Uoug. 111). SI& Hrsndeis Theatre Kids.. Oiuaha. Neb, I
AMERICAN MILK COMPANY, Chicago
A ROOM FII,T, OF
f rilXITI UK at an un
umially low price. Mafle
tliruuKliout of eolid oak.
bea ii t I f ully finished
fumeil. f'hiilr nnd rocker
upholstered in iruaran
tee1 Spanish fabrtcold
leather over full ateel
siirlns: rniiHtriictlon. Ta
ble fitted with roomy
drawer, maeazine com
partment and large book
fhelf. t'omplete wet oC
three prices at nils un
usually low price
Jieavy t'oloiual Pining Room
Chair, built throughout of
American quai terauwed imi
tation ouk. has roomy tiack,
comfortable saddle seat and
scroll front posts, regularly
worth $2.r.0. for tomorrow
Feather Your Nest
li! I Wj ' iVv '"'tis llZpfrAlk'r
Extends PS 45-ncn
to 6 Feet. j f ToP-
I.AP.itK S1ZK 45-I.NCH' TOR COLONIAL,
i:TK.NTIOX TAHl.K. Made extremely
heavy, htis massive peileatal supported
by four heavy Kcroll feet. Htiilt through
out of American quartersawed Imitation
oak, pollwlieil golden. Top externa to
six feet. For tomorrow's sellln! spe
cially prlcedi at
MKRIT RKtlKNT PTKEK HANOI:
Made full size with liire oven and
six-hole top. Stove rents on sanitary
ateel haMe. Ilrts large fire box, du
plex grates, nickel towel bar and
otherwise elaborately nickel trimmed.
Manv new 1515 improvements. Won
derful value, specially priced at
1414-1416-1410 DOUGLAS ST.
nihil i IllllifllWIIIilllllllllalslllllll IllillU'llliiSlllllllll lllillllllM writ
$50.00 or Over.
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