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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1914)
TIIK BKK: OMAHA, FKIDAV, hKPTEIHEK 23, 1914.
By MELLIHCIA. Thursday, September 24, 1914.
HAVE Always said that I knew It wouldn't be any fun to be "royalty".
See- how many people are criticising the kaiser and he surely Is do
ing the very best he can. Then, you hare to be on dress parade all the
time, marry whoerer they plckout for you, attend ell the court so-
clal function and. If you are a woman, always wear train gowns tor these
formal affairs whether you like them or not and lots of other uncomfort-
Her Majesty, the next queen or Ak-8ar-Ben, and all of the twelve
princesses are to undergo some of the genuine experiences of royalty.
Friday morning, October 9, some of the young society girls will have
to appear at the breakfast table with father In order to gt down to the
hairdressers In time for their appointment. And there will be no more
beauty sleep for them until the wee small hours the next morning, for
the young women are to have their hair carefully curled and "coifed" af
ter the fashion of the Sixteenth century, the curls to droop gracefully over
the shoulders. In order to manage so many coiffures, the hairdressers
will start sit 1 1 o'clock In the morning, and will be kept busy until almost
time for the coronation.
Reception for Mist Sadler.
Mrs. Oould Diets opened her attractive
home this afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock,
with Mrs. Leonora Diets Nelson, tn honor
o Miss Kitty Kadler of 1-ondon. England,
who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs: C. N. Diets.
" The two hostesses and the honor guest
received tn the sun room, which was pro
" ' fusely decorated with rink garden flow
""rs. ferns and palms. American beauty
roses were used In the living room, and
In the dining room the mantel was bsnked
with ferns and yellow chrysanthemums,
and Mrs. Ward roses formed the center
piece for the table.
This was one at- the first largo recep
tions of the season, and many friends en
Joyed meeting Miss ftadler, the daughter
', ef the ramoiis English painter. Ths flad
, lers have entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
., Diets and other members of ths Diets
.. family and their friends on numerous oc
Assisting at tha reception were:
' C. N. Diets, W. U Kelby,
" John Hudson, Victor White,
R L Huntley. susses
- r nun,
i. Vf. Towle.
,r Dundee Woman'! Club.
Tha Dundee. Woman's club held Its
first social affair of the year, a 1 o'clock
, luncheon, at tha home of Mrs, E. A. Ben
, son this afternoon. Elaborate autumn
,. decorations were used, with ths colors
' red and green predominating. Quantltlea
of salvia wera used, the ssms decoration
appearing on the place cards. The color
scheme was tarried out In ths menu as
f well and tha candles too we of ths
same shades. The young women who aa-
slsted tha hostess were a-owned In white
, with girdles of red. A stringed orchestra
played during tha luncheon. Ths guests
were seated at ona large table and four
smaller ones. The committee Jn charge
, of the luncheon Included Mra. George
. Oulnter. Mrs, C. J. Hubbard snd Mrs. F.
o I. Klliek. Assisting the hostess were
',, Misses Grace Hart. Ruth Hart. Mildred
. Dennla. Annette Parmer, Tudor, Miller
r, and Gladys Qoodman. ' Following the
. , luncheon, thera was a "converaaslone"
under the leadership of Mrs. O. C. Edg-
erly, president of tha club, when ths test
books and course of study for ths year
. were. tha subject of discussion. Those
A. I Green,
J. H. Jones,
O. Q. Pray.
W. O. Perry.
. Ray C'rossman,
K. A. Reardsley,
J. F. Carton,
The members of ths club ara as fol-
. Irving H. Arey, .
II, C. Patrd,
P. J. Parr,
K. A. Benson.
T. R. Bred en.
A. l. Bradley.
VV. U Brayton,
O. P. Brooks,
V. W. Carmlchael,
J, B. Carmlchael.
T. U Combs, -
A. C. Crossman,
W. ft. Curtis,
D. C. Dodds,
J. E. Dodrts,
J. J. Dodds.
O. C. K.dgerly,
K. I. Ellick,
J. F. Fersrurqn.
O. E. Fisher.
florae Gulnter, '
John Harte, ,
C. V. Hathaway,
. W. B. Howard,
C. J. Hubbard.'
D. U. Johnson.
W. T. Johnson,
W. W. Johnston,
Dr. MarKaret Koenlg,
Charles Ieslle, '
J. W. Marshall,
D. E. McCulley,
John A. Moore,
Helen K. Morton,
Belle Howe Oberst,
J. B. Orange,
J. P. Palmer,
J. Pol car,
V. C. Peckenpaugh,
R. C. Peters, ,
H. B. Ranadll,
W. U Helby.
N. K. Hype.
E. H. Weaterf leld.
. C. Young.
Seymour Lake Country Club.
The harvest home dinner and dance last
evening waa a thoroughly enjoyable oc
casion. To hundred and fifty reaerva
tlona wera made and It waa aecvaaary to
turn tha living room Into a cafe annex.
Decorations suggestive of ths season were
, used and tha guests were seated and
served at on time. ' Dr. Zoro D. Clark
gave a black-face specialty, which was
eajoyed, and later tha old-time dances
wsre Indulged In, and thla waa much ap
preciated by the older people.
On account of tha success of thla din
ner It la probable that a post-season affair
will be arranged fow October.
airs, i. t. j.onanue entertained at a
bridge luncheon Wednesday, when she
had thirty-eight guests. Attractive prises
were swarded for tha high scores.
Friday evening Uf the closing din ner
ds nee of the season, and It will bo !n tha
form of a cabaret dance. The following
program will be given, intersperaed with
dancing: Violin trio. Misses Cleve, Rams
dale and atengedoht; Ppanlsh dance, Lou
isa Welkins, violin duet. Mlsaea Monhelt
and Ra medals; violin quartet; reading,
Mlaa Grace Morphy; vocal solo, Miss
Uraee Pool; Grecian dance In costume;
vocal solo. Mlsa Louise Peterson; read
ing, Mlaa Blanche Moabelt.
The social life at Seymour Lake club
hag been so thoroughly enjoyed this year
; that It, la with genuine regret that the
members find themselves at tha does f
; the season.
Mrs. 3. M. Tanner and Mrs. William
llaeelnveler are hosteaees at . a bridge
- luncheon today, having sixty-three guesta
We da ia Cbioago.
Mr. E. A. Dworak end Mlaa Maria Zia-
kovsky f Geneva, S. T.. wera AU'atlr
married In Chicago Monday In the prea
tace of relatives and friends, a wedding
breakfast waa served and the couple left
tor an 'extended honeymoon in the east.
Mr. Dwerek la wall known In Omaha
business circles and la now district man
agr of tha- Beker-Vawter-Wolf, expert
pu'ulld accountants, of Chicago and New
Vork. xnty wui reside In Omaha.
To Honor Visitor.
Mrs. R. E. McKelvy and Mrs. Frank W.
Maker entertained at a large bridge party
this sfternoon. In honor of Mrs. McKel
vy's alster, Mrs. A. C. Wynne, of Cleve
land, O. A profusion of "cosmos, golden
rod, ssters and black-eyed fluaans were
used In the decorations. Those present
C. H. Coon.
Frank 8. King. -Robert
A. G. Eldrldge.
J. II. Hies.
K. K. hlanfleld.
J. K. Marsh,
R. W. Jewell.
Met el Hodsln.
Mnrgurrlle Havens. Florence C'rube
Hrlen Phelan, of Ottumwa, la.
Child Conservation Clubs.
Tha mambera of the South Side circle
of the Child Conservation league met at
the Castellar Presbyterian church Wed
nesday afternoon to organise their local
circle. The following officers were
elected:. President. Mrs. V. A. Vlckery;
voce president, Mrs. Elmer H. Jones; re
cording secretary, Mra. U. V. .Afoul; treas
urer, Mrs. H. Leypoldt. Meetings srs to
be held regularly on Hie first und third
Wednesdays of each month at I p. m. In
the auditorium of the Caetel'er school
building. The net meeting will be held
October 7. j
Regular meetings of tha Ilanscont Park
circle of tha Child Conservation league
are held on the second and fourth Tues
days of ths month.
To Honor Bride. v V
Miss Clara Olesen gave a linen shower
Tuesday evening for Miss Maraaret
Brown, a fall bride. The color echame
waa whits and green, kewpleg being used
In th decorations. Those present were:
Margaret Brown. Mimhc Glcsen.1
Winnie Hwenson, Gerda awenaon, .
Joseph Htumpp, Ban
J. M. Brown.'
Relief Corps Kensington.
Tha U. 8. Grant Women's Relief corps
wss entertained at kenalngton at tha
home of Mra N. J. Btern Tuesday after
noon. Tha year's work was resumed at
this meeting, following the summer vaca
tion. The guests of honor were Mrs. M,
M. Court and Miss Adelaide Roos. both of
Duluth. Minn.; Mrs. C. 1,, Roberta and
Mra. E. D. Bouders. Ths members present
Mesdames ' Merdarries
Lillian Kddy P. 8. I'itner,
Beulsh Davis, Mmy Trultt.
A. A. Foster, E. O. Hweasey,
i'. ss. i iiienuacuer. A. a. hllnev.
C. It. Morse.
C, It. Th.em.
ida A. Miller,
11. at. Wiieoa.
Miss Coia ftrrn.
.1. R. Nealev,
M. J. Htern.
Ida U IKnv,
1.. E. MiMuiray,
Mra. V. A. Kent entertained the Bucoesa
ciuo at a curd party at her home on
Wednesday afternoon. The hostess was
awarded tha first prise, other prises being
won by Mra. E. J. Lynch and Mra. U A.
Harmon. Tha olub will be entertained la
two weeks by Mra. II. U. King.
At Carter Lake Club.
Iast matrons of ths O. E. 8. were en-1
entertained last evenlna at Carter t.ir. I
lertalned last evening at Carter Lake '
club. , I
Prairie Park Club,
The Prairie Park Needlecraft club met
at the club rooms today. The parlors
wera decorated with ferns and snsp
dragona. About twenty members ware
preaent. Mrs. K. C. Coaler. Mrs. Anna
Attwood and Mra. C. M. dochran wera
hostesses for tha afternoon. Mra. E. C.
Conley read a very Interesting paper on
songs and music, Mlsa Klvlna Oreen
played Polonaise' In C minor by Cho
pin and "Deutsche Tangs' No. I, Beet
hoven; Mra. W. M. Clarke aang. "Spring
Has Come." Twelve names were sub
mitted for membership and- accepted.
Bridge waa thea played and Mrs. W. M.
Clarke won the prise. Refreshments wera
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. tTnvarsast have re
turned from a visit of several weeks In
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ltVella are back
from a month apent at Peattle and other
cities along the north Pac.flo roast. ,
Mra. Charles Rosewater has returned
from the east, where she accompanied her
daughter, Mlsa Irene, who entered Bintth
Mrs. O. A. Rathbun and daughter Ruth,
of Ia Angelea, who ate tha guests of
Mra Rathbun'a parents, Mr. and Mra.
E. A. Mills, will return to their homo
early nest week.
sura. -aiT.eiia Btory of Chicago. 111., la
visiting Mra. S. N. Mealio and Mr. Uealle
at ineir apartmeat at the Carlyle. Mrs.
nwr -" vrmana iorty-rour years
ago as a bride and lived here several
yeara. then moved to Ch lease
Mrs. Ellen Ournett arc Iter daughter,
Mra. Edward Ragen. and the tatter's two
eons. Walter and Paul, all of Towusewd.
Mont., ara visiting Mrs Themes Bwlft.
1907 Webster street. Mrs Uumett aad
Mrs. Bwlft are sisters
Mr. and Mra. Ited Nash and children.
Mlaa Claire Helena Woodward and Mr.
Hall of Chicago left Tuesday la the Nash
private car to accompany Mr, Hail and
Mr. Nash on a huslne trip to Penver
and Salt Lake City. Thejr will !' g-one
Mrs. Rosroe Mr-Grew of Fort Bteele,
Wyo., Is the meet of Mr. and Mr. C. F.
Mi-Grew until artrr the Alt-Far-Pen
Registering at th Hotel McAlp'u from
Omaha the pant wrk were:
Mr. and Mrs. nn)amlri 8. IJaker.
Mies rsrrte A. Kolorlk.
Mies Edith M. Puis.
Mr and Mm. V. J. Coad.
Mr. A. J. 'railey
Mr. H. A. t'hamherlaln.
Mr. J. M. Qllrhriat
Douglas County Fair
is Attracting Many
Opening day of the Dotiglaa county fair
at Elkhorn was well attended, even
(though not all cf the rrodurt for -j
jhlbl had yet arrivad. The live stock ,
snowing is goori nnn mere are ins oreeas i
of hoKs. representing smne Of the most
thrifty looking specimens ever shown In
this part of the country.
The - baby show Is sttractlng consid
erable attention and the little tots are
being taken care of at the Knighta of
Pythias hall, where they are weighed and
'The fair will continue until Saturday
MAYOR PROCLAIMS FOR
THE SPEEDWAY OPENING
Mayor Jamea C. Dahlman has Issued
a proclamation asking managers of busi
ness houses to give their employes a half
holiday Haturday, when the speedway
races In East Omaha will begin. The
The great stadium speedway locHted
on twentii-flve acres of land In East
Omaha will lie completej end ready for
the grand opening next Hatunluy. and
funday, September 2 arid 27.
Profe-Hlirial racing motoreyi le riders
from all parts of the t'nlled Htntes will
be there; rofessiunnl rhnmplons with
yenrs pf experience of sirred racing who
have won world s championships .In New
York City, ' Chicago, l)S Angeles ond all
the large cities in this country and Eu
rope. Heven races each day on the highest
f'tcheU track, and the fastest and Wa
st In the world, built specially for high
speed. It Is predicted hy Mr. I'rlnce the
hu.lder. that all world's records will be
I roken on this track, which will make
Omaha the greatest speed center In the
lti order Hint the people .of Omaha may
nave an opportunity to attenu tnese
races una encourage the
promoters , of
this -enterprise. I i
that mnnairera of business houses srve
their employes a half holiday Haturday
Heptember . lhat they may be present
nv ine granu opening meet.
COMMERCE STUDENTS USE
. THE COUNTY LAW LIBRARY
The classes In elvics at the High Bchool
of Commerce. ll-l are In charge, of' N. j Anna . Rosi party, she was at Inns
C. Wood and MIsh Haralt Hanborne, arebruck) Austria.' When Ihe war started.
making dally trips to the ronrt hmtse to
look up Information In the law library
and In the various offices. Recently
thirty-five new typewriters have been In
stalled to take care of Increased fnroll
ments In the shorthand and typewriting
Tha office training department, which
Is a new feature at the achooj, has been
Installed In a business block at 1701 I eav
POLICE CHASING OUT VAGS
. FOR AK-SAR-BEN FESTIVAL
The police are "vagglng1' every suspi
cious character unsble to give a good ac
count of himself. Ths city Jail la full of
men and women, . most of them police
characters, who will either be given an
opportunity to leave the city or sojourn
In the county Jail until after Ak-Sar-Ben.
When the carnival opens there will be'
half 'a doxen detectives here from' other
cities to watch fur crooks from their
FARMING SCENE RIGHT IN
HEART OF DOWN TOWN OMAHA
A farming scene right In the heart of
Omaha amused many cltlxens thla week.
It waa due to tha fact . that the vacant
ground near Eighteenth and HL Mary's
avenue had to be cleared In preparat'on
for the Ak-Ssr-Iien Highway. In the
course of the work grass and alfalfa were
rut, dried and hauled away on a hay
rack by men who exactly fitted Into the
scene of apparently rural activity.
Better Thais I. He Isiarsar. ,
Twenty-five rents Invested In a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Ilarrhoea Remedy will enable you to pro
tect your family from any netlnus conae
quences resulting from an attack of collo
or dlarhoea durlngthe summer months,
la' that not better than life Insurance?
Buy It now. It may ssva life. For sale
by all dealers Advertisement.
BEATON & LAIER
41M17 00. 16TH ST.
A Bargain in
VERY HEAVY, SOLID OAK, WITH
i GENUINE LEATHER PULL
PRICE $2.25 Each
ABSOLUTELY the GREAT
EST DINING CHAIR VALUE
a hara avar offered. A tery
heaTjr, genuine quartered oak
diner, with GENUINE LEATH
ER SEATS, full box. Has heavy
square leg, extra heavy back
pqsts. runted oak. or golden wax
A set of six, $13.50
Come to Beaton &
L&ier's for Big Bargains in Furniture
You will save time and money
yl jullty. sewer designs. Prices as
jifor REAL QUALITY FURNITURE. Try trading here.
OMAHA WANTS LOWER RATES
Grain Exchange Starts Tight Before
Interstate Commerce Commission.
SAYS GRAIN RATES ARE UNFAIR
Minneapolis la ttnjorln Heller Tar
iff on lira In Whirl, l Said to
Re In the Territory of
With the Interstate Commerce rom
m!!n. the Omaha drain exchange, by
Its attorrey, Ed H. Kmlth. has filed a
complaint against the Minneapolis &
St. louis, the Great Western, the
Northwestern, the Rock laland, the
Illinois Central, Milwaukee, the
Omaha, the Orest Northern and the
Burlington railroad companies, all
lhat , m8kln)f rat on whe,t
grains they have discriminated against
the 0manm m,rKet and In favor of M n-
tn his petition In bthalf of the Omaha
Grain exchange, Attorney Rmlth asks
for a rate reduction In line with that
enjoyed by Minneapolis nt this time.
The reduction asked for ia approximately
10 per cent from the present rates th.tt
the roads nnmed In the complaint are
charging on shipments Into Omaha.
Prom the territory named In the com
plaint, the demand Is made that the rate
on wheat be' ll cents per 100 pounds and
13V centa on corn and other coarse
grains, whereas under the tariffs now
In force, from numerous points In the
territory ' that ' It Is contended Is tribu
tary to Omaha, the rate la as high as
19 rente per 100 pounds.
The rates that are now charged by the
ralroads on shipments into Omaha are
alleged to be not only ' discriminatory
but unjust. Illegal and excessive.
The Interstate Commerce commission
la asked to Issue Its order requiring the
roads complained of to establish and
maintain the rates demanded and operate
under them until the complaint can be
heard and a final adjudication had.
Omaha groin men assert that -by reason
of the high rates charged by the rail
roads complained of, large quantities of
grain of all klndsgra'n thai It grown
In what Is recognised as Omaha ter
ritory Is shipped to Minneapolis, whereas.
If the rates were fair and equitable it
would come-to. this market.
Mrs. John N. Baldwin
is Back from Europe
Mobilization of the armies of four dif
ferent countries was observed by Mra.
John N. Baldwin, who- has lust reached
nmaha from the Wnr rne With the
At that city, and at Munich, Uermany;
Flushing Holland, and London, England,
she successively watched the troops of
the different, nations lUeiare for action.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE .
. CLUB HAS ANNUAL BANQUET
The Interstate Commerce Club ; of
Omaha held lta first annual banquet at
the Loyal hotel Wednesday evening In
celebration of the passing of the ICO mtirk
In Us membership
' P. P. AldrldRo presided as toaatmaeter
snd speeches, Hnecdotes, wit and repultee
were the order of tha eveningvi'i
K. C- Wilbur, the well, known trarflo
manager or M. K, Smith ft Co., made a
short talk on the subject of "Co-Opera-I
kin. Charles K. Duffte congratulated ths
club on Its phenomenal growth and pre
dicted great triurhphs for them In the
Short tslks followed from C. F. Wee
cott ard A B. Zimmerman along lines
of vital Interest to traffic students.
CLASSES AT NEBRASKA
DEAF SCHOOL STARTED
' ('less work st the Nebraska Bchool for
tha Deaf Has begun, with most of the 170
enrolled students on hand for the first
lessons.. I'arents accompanied some of
the younger students from out In ths
stste and at a meeting Wednesday they
voted endorsement of the superlnteh
dnncy of F. W. Ilooth.
MANY ARE TO GO TO THE
WYOMING STATE FAIR
Indications are that close to fifty mem
bers of the Omaha Commercial club will
go on the trip to Douglas, Wyo., to at
tend the state fair there. Already forty
tlcketa have been sold by the Northwest
ern and It la expected that ten mora will
be taken. The party leaves here In two
sleepers the afternoon of September 30.
by coming here FUST. Better
low as you will find la the city
CLARKE ASKS POLICE TO
HELP FIND HIS CHILD
I.. D. Clarke. a coal heaver employed
by the Rorenlilatt company, asked the
police to help Mm find h a 1-year-old
irlsiiKhter, whom he declares was taken
from his lHm. by a woman named Mc-U.-ney.
Clarke lives at 718 North Blx
teenth street. The child Is an especially
attractive one and was greatly admired
hy Mrs. fcMoney, a former friend. The
latter has made overtures looking' to
wards sdopt'on, but was refused, and
Clarke told the police that he thinks she
I took the child away.
Detectives have been put on the cast.
BACHELOR CLUB WILL
MEET FRIDAY EVENING
The Bachelors' club, which grw fam
ous locally Inst season because of its
many pranks and good times, will hold
Its first fall meeting and get-together
session ' Friday evening at the Young
Men'a Christian association. Ita mem
bership Includes most of the roomers In
the association dormitories. T. A. Mat- i
thewe 's president, Herbert Lar.irlell, vice
president and W. B. Kge, treasurer. !
CITY ATTORNEYS SEEK ,
ELECTRIC LIGHT DECREE
City attorneys will seek to secure an
early decree In the electric light case,
recently In the United State Supreme
court, where he lower court was ordered
to enter a decree In accordance with the
high court's decision that the company '
has a perpetual franchite, but must not
extend Its power linos.
Y.M. C. A. TO HAVE FLOAT
IN AK-SAR-BEN PARADE
In, the big fraternal parade during the
Ak-8ar-Ben festival,- ths Ybung ' Men's
Christian association has decided to enter
a float. J. .Trultt Maxwell, physical di
rector, is designing It, and will superin
tend Its .construction.
Flrtt in Quality
Firtt us Jitaltt
Firtt in Purity
Fint in Economy
and for these reasons
Powder Is first in the
hearts of the million
of housewives who
use ft and know- it.
KECrrVTO HKHEJT AWatDS
: Weitfe twn Fssd tmsxiia,
Cldcsn. Ilassls. , .
hr tifsrittsa. rrsacs, Sbrck,
iT made by the iS?
fliATT T77T null ill
SIXTY SUMMERS have Uen made
pleasanter by Gund's refreshing"
and nourishing brews. Their tpark
ling purity and coo, delicious whole
sameness have made them - widely
popular for a long lifetime.
For the family table and home
gatherings or for picnics and fishing
stands Supreme as the Ideal beverage.
Cpols, cheers, refreshesjrichly flavored
and of sparkling purity. ' Always
heep a case in ths cellar. Ask your
dealer. Order today. .
John Gund Browing Co.
La Crosse, Wis.
mm i M IK. Sll, i mi 1DU
CAiil. IUMTH. IWnUaM
ria a. iMkMmL l
Will Have a
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eomnlaioau if a hanh and drv cooaSbon of
the Aia was porsiinso lo oaemana. . ; -Fiae
aaJ hsy parttclsa si duel aoasr' lbs
pores, defrina ssep sad" water. TVa Ucebe-
coaMS rotajh, bard aad duueksea.
My TurttA B
Ott was orlgtaateii sad
perfected lor the spe
cial purpesa W com
pletelr ssmorina. aver
trace ( dust aad griipe
irom aSa skin, iesrmg
It ciesc soft, fair, psnst
WlcVi for fre B.ufi Rd Package, on
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