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THK'HKK: OMAHA: TLhMUY, MAY "11.
lMRS. GENEVIEVE WOOD, who obtained a warrant for
her husband, James Wood, for failing to keep up his $25
weekly payments ordered by tho court for iupport of
wife and baby, thus establishing a new precedent in New"
York. ' : ... . : '
Monday, May 10, 1915.
1 itAINlPlrllS SlT(0lR?f S I
H - - ----- - - JJ H
SOCIETY U to dlacooratinejly e.let (hat I have to go (q the buck
corner ofmy brain end -bring out thM story of tome bat late In
lereet. Apropos or not, It's a. god on.
At a not o very long distant dinner, the host Invited a certain
well-known bachelor, possessed of an automobile, to be among the guests.
The guests were to attend a dancing party later, and on turn occasion;,
yon know, automobile ownera are handy things to have about.
It seems Just at this time many were growing tired of dinners. (It
Is possible for some to experience such ennui, Strang as It may seem.)
The invited bachelor guest knew all along that he would not be able
to attend the dancing party, but from aheer desirBMo make, and , enjoy, a
funny aituatlon, with his ever-present sense of humor, went to trie dinner.
When the courses progressed to the last sip, during the finishing conversa
tion and rings of smoke, Mr. got up hurriedly and, with deep feel In;?,
expressed regret, saying that he was ao djstressed not to be able to ac
company and conduct bis friends to the dance, but Uncle So-and-io wis
here from New York and had tickets for the theater, sf he would be
obliged to leave immediately. v ' t
The boat turned pale and nearly passed away, but the bachelor d
clarea he never'had a more enjoyable evening. 1 ,
Cn ths Calendar.
The Qusrds of Emma B Manchester
Frove No. IW, will gv a dancing party
at the Hotel Catl, Thursday evening.
The Deaconesses' Aid society will held
a meeting tor election of officers, Tues
day afternoon at tM o'clock at Metho
dist headquarters In the Omaha National
Mr C. F. Weller will entertain at din-
eer Sunday la honor, or Mr. w tiler s
The Research club of St. Berchman'a
academy will give an entertainment
Tueadsy evening at Crelthton auditorium.
The muidcal numbers are under the di
rection ot lira Millie Ryan.
Mr. aad Mrs. Fred Bonness held a
tnuatceie at their noma for the senior
members of - tt. Berchman'e - academy
musical class yesterday," there being
twenty numbers given by tha young
w6me of the ctsss. Exceptional talent
was displayed by Mive It Wneeler, Miss
Vest, Mia a Bonness and Mlaa Rosalter.
After the musicals luncheon was .served
In a room very prettily decorated wl'.h
lilies and gladlolas. About twenty-five I
guests -were pretMSit. Those who took I
part In the program were tha Mseej
Morrison. Iteiily,. Mcleod. . r.nsllah.
Ryan, Chabot.- fielsle. Red man, Collins,
Vest. Wheeler, V. Foley, aalnee. K.
McCrean. Conned. F. McCrann. M. Foley.1
Mary Morrison. Romator. Nagle, Pritcta
ard. 6turgeon and Bonness.
Mrs. lisney and Mrs. C. Walla will
five s reception Wednesday afternoon In
hJnor of Mrs. B. Blath. who is returning
to her horns In St. Ixiula from Ban Fran
ciiro, where she has apent the winter.
Mlea Eras Hedra will entertain at
carda la honor of several' visitor at her
koim Tuesda. Three tabled of Players
'will be present t : ' '
At the Orpheum.
Society will attend tha' closing jwesk's
-TTfonnence of the Orpheum this even
ing., . . '. . 7 " . i
A'small party will; ba composed of; '.
Mr. snd Mfs. Olenn Wharton. , N.
Mr. end Mrs. Wlllard Hoaford.
Mr and Mrs. Moihlcr Colpetnor.
With Mr. and Mrs. H. V. . W bit more In
thlr bos will be Miss Eugenia Wh'lmore
and Mr. Frank Raacall. ... v
Ot tiers entertaining this evening will
include: ! " . '
'W. T. Tas.
o. C. Rwilck.
For Kin Hochttetler.
Complimentary to Miss Frances. Hoch
statler, Mra,' Charles D, l)oVin enter
tained at luncheon today at hVr home.
The table waa beautifully appointed with
a larss allver basket ot lavender sweet
pess snd daisies ss a cntarple-e and
black dolphins and atlintors In Venetian
glass to mark the places of the guests,
wha were: ' ' ,
Franf-ee MochatetllerAnn (llrfot-d.
York City." Following the concert
party had supper st the 'Fontenetl
Mr. Houaa. i
a lira jaiuiin,
l.urtla laon. '
With the Visiter .
Mr. and Mrs.; Rdwsrd, Rotustau of
Roundup. Mont, era guests at the home
of Mr. N. RousseSu.
Mf. snd Mra Fred Hamilton, .accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Career, of
Manila, arrived, this morning from New
York City. Mr. and Mrs. Barber will
be with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton.'
Pergonal Mention. :." : -
Dr. Robert Farrelt left Thursday even
ing for flan FranclspB. where he has a.
cspted an Internship. In the wall known
Bt. Mary's hoapital,' flan Francisco. x
Mrs. A., T. Austin hse returnsd from a
two months' trip to California. : , ,
In and Out the Bee Hire.
Mrs. C. J. CVssm hss gone to Cali
fornia, where she will spend the summer
on the Chiasm ranch, near Fullcrton. .
Mr.-and) Mrs. A. U Mohlcr, In Mr.
Mahler's prlvste car, ' have gone to the
Pacirio ooast, expecting to. be away two
to three weeks TheyN will visit-both of
ths expositions before returning. . ,.
''St. Patrick Day
Magic Words for
; ' John Washington
I 1., Knnforth, I
Irf"iir lleyn. '
Harry H. Hyrse,
1,. H. Kfhn, .
)v 0. rllrla.
Colonel Villa. '
. Frank Waiters,
F S. Cnwslll.
Ray Vlrrllng, .
Les Amies Club.
Mrs. C. A. McKensle entertained the
tnt rnbers ot Los Amies Whlat club Pat
urday sfternoon at her home. The prises
ft hlh score were awsrded to Mra
George Knebter and Mls (Irace Mlcket.
Mrs. Joaeph lAnsfellwer waa the guest
of honor. The club will meet again In
two weeks with Mies Itheta 'Rasmusaen.
Thiat preaent' ncre:
Judge Brltt, court " officers and the
crowd of spec! a tore burst Into laughter
In police court, when John Washington,
is former dope flehd. told his story. He
ass discharged bscsuse It wit on Isat
Rt. Tstrloks dsy that . he had been re
leased before, after Jali - treatment for
ths drug habit.' 1 f .
"Hlgh-brow stiff handed otit ty John
II n his remarks to the Jui!s proved too
much,' snd he wss frequently stopped by
ths prosecutor, Washlnrton explained
that, he wss Just on the way to take a
"bawth" , when ha was "Incsrecrated."
. "Heally, Judge," ha said. . "sines you
John J. Klnneen,
J. M. Clerhard. ,
K. J. Murphjr,
II. 1 Uuckles,
K tie la baamuaaen.
William Neve, Jr.;
C. A. Mrbenate.
MiaaeK ' f
Ora Michel, ' .
Eaffea Cluh Birthday Party.
Tha thlrty-sst-ond birthday of -the
KaXfea club, the oldest social club In the
city and rompoeed of German women
who bavs been friends almoet for a life
time, was celebrated at the Hotel IoyaJ
today. An elaborate luncheon, at which
spring flowers were used In ths decors
Uona and presented to each guest, wss
followed by a program ot ' music and
speeches la ths psrlors. Mra. C. C.
Echaeffer ts ths president of the kaffes
cbib and Mra M. A, Nagl Is treasurer.
Of ths twenty-five original members,
fifteen are still numbered In ths menv
berMp. Theea srs .Meadamrs C C.
Scheeffer. William Rice, M. 1-ange, Gott
lieb Etorx.' John 'llaumer, Ben Jobat,
Fannie Fruehsurr. M. A. Ngt. Frank
H-hmrtt,'!!. Tebltens, Ferdinand grhmtta,
Hartln Tlpke. ' Auguat Specht. Pophle
KK hard aad Nettle Berkmsn.
A huge birthday cake rrepared by Mra.
Wl!!am Rice waa a feature of the deco
rations for the luncheon table. Covers
were placed for forty gucats.
Eirthday Party. ' I
Mrs. O. V. Chsnsler entertained In
honor of ths birthday anniversary of her
daughter. Bernice. baturday. The after
imo was spent In samea and muatc. TLe
iAisa fb)Uia Waoerg and Oladya
Snar4 gave several anustcal selections.
Those present were:
Viae- J Mtaees
Kini Morford. ' VlMred Hetnelt.
l t !:is Nebrg. Others n-Ub,
C .:Aym Bread. ElUa Houalon. '
I Itaiarti Past. .
iiUa Ilayla Thompaoa gavsa su.prtae
ttnaa ahower In honor of Mlas Maurine
Lrlnibotf Sblurday afternoon at her
borne. Tbe room were deeoratcd with
ri'ik and whits roses snd camationa and
pink shaded lights, t-lxteea guests were
prcseut. ' ' - ,
With the Eriae Playera. :
Mra Loula Clark waa aoeteee this aft
mooa at the resular meeting of the
loudaj Bridge club. Three tables were
fla-d for the same, - . .
The Original Monday Bridse club met
ti. afternooa with Mra. A. U Re4,
Tle guetf were preeect.
1'tf. and Mra F, Whitmore eater
tl':?d at the toua concert lt evening.
gucota were Mias Eugenia Whlt-
gave me ths plsilge, I've steafaat!y con
tlnued my Journey on tiie wster-wsgon,
I swear to heaven, snd you know I
nouldn'W' prevaricate' to your, honor,
would IT Mea.re. R h and Paanowskl,
. J who Incarcerated me. aill offer tcatlmor
itnat i nave conducted myself exception
ally - well since being ' liberals! before.
snd I'll never touch alcoholic beverages
sgaln. I've endeavored to do right, ever
alnce you -fret me ' from the bleating
drug evil and released me from eon
finement on St. . Patrick's dsy.".
"That's 'enough words," . ths Judge
shouted. "St. Patrick's Csy saves you."
'Bless' your i soul, judge,' orated j John,
aad he wss gone.. ' , . . .
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nvweenv . r?''J'J." "" " i -S. .
n' a raaB e r 'iainsil iw "" . . .
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY .-.
' Be0 DAY FOR FORD CARS
Auto thieves were busy aaalit Satur
day and Sunday nights, smashing up ens
car, stealing ' three others and taking
parts oft of a, fifth.
George M. Redh k, who ' lives at the
Fontenelle, had hie new Ford . coupclet
taken away from in front of the hotel
late Sunday nisht. aiid'the next morning
it aas fount alt smashed up at Twenty
nlnth and t'arker Vtietts. - '
Others to ne their Fords Were S. EX
1 tager, 4M0 North Thirty-fourth street;
C, I Ehsw, HU 8oilh Fifteenth alreet,
and J. H. .Thompson, -California apart
menta. Two tires and rime were removed
from Vlrzll lrebert auto while tt waa
atandlnga in the rear' of hia HoUe. 71S
Park avenue. . -.
PAYING WORK IS STARTED
Contraotort Say ; They . Are Now
Ready to Start 'Delayed'
' ImproTernenti. - - . .. .
.... . , .
NEW REGIME At THE CITY HALL
' Paving contractors started on city work
Mondsy morning with unu'aual ectlvity, a
this, morning with unuaual activity, a
situation ' Which 'caused 'comment' In thb
city halt. Twq weeks ago former Conj
mlasloner McOovera offered a, resolution,
which the council adopted,' directing the
city legal department to proceed against
four contractors and their bondamen for
failure to carry out their contracts with
the elty, , , , :, . . , . , -
. The list ot unfinished work Comprised
many paving districts, -some ' pt wh(ch
shsuld have been i completed yearly last
fall. Much of this 'work hss not yet been
started, but ' the contractors' "have
"started to work. " " - .
The council -referred ' the- resolution to
the legal department in a fdrmal manner,
City Attorney Rlne In turn referring tho
matter to his saslstsnt'IVJ. TePoel." -
Asked now for, the fourth time what
action be Intends taking. Assistant' At'
torney TePoel repllsd, "Well,; ths con
tractors are getting btfey." ' , ;'. '
He pointed to the activity In the alley
back ot the city hall aa positive evidence
that ths contractors sre t'gottlng busy.
Before election these contractors d
tha city commissioner ot public improv
ments. Now they are ."geHIng busy
Tha Incumbent of the office .has 'been
chsnged. v ; ,
nor -went, to -Jail, but, started to cry and
ran out of the court room 1 Officers
stopped' her and she waa turned over to
Matron ,McPlierson pf the county Jail.
She .was 'rharged with taking IS from
Oeoi av ' Dantoa, 13fcH Douglas street.
BLAIR CONCERN WILL CAN
SAUER KRAUT THIS SUMMER
The Qusllty.Vannlng company of Blair
is a 'new canning concern Juat incorpor
ate , f qr, ITOPO. This company Is equipped
tc-can and pack twenty-four varieties of
fruits snd vegetables. It j la to. put-up
saurrkraut 1 also. It r has large gardens
now growing the bulk of the vegetables
that are to be used. In theae gardene
are -no 'less then a 'million tomato plants
at the present time, ilon C. Van Dusen
of Dlalr la' preaiden't'of tbe company. M.
J.. Oreevy ,of Omaha Is vice president
andj aaslstsnt secretary,, and Myron M.
Melstngcr is' secritary and manager.
Traveling Bags and Suit Gases
At About Half Regular Prices
We have made a fortunate purchase from two of
me ieaomjr. manufacturers of tnetr surplus stoat ana sam
ple lines ot i raveling tugs ana 5tut leases,
50 Off Their Lowest Wholetale Price U
Fine Selected Cowhide Bags
Cases Valuee to $16.00. Special
Genuine Walrus Bagav-Valaea 0n J r
to f iron, at apDa49
' For this reason, you can buy a suit case or traveling
bag heres Tuesday at about half the pride you would jpjay
elsewhere. . This is worth taking advantage pf.
and Snit I Fine Cowhide and Bole Leather Traveling
tY r A Barn and Suit Cases Value ee
$f.Ulr to $19.60. Tnedayat$l.60and... sSll.DU
$7.50 and $10.00 Hand Bags and tjr A A
Suit Case, at.,. ,
Domestics for Tuesday
36-inch Unbleached Muslin Extra
fine quality, soft finish, easily a i
bleached. Tuesday, a yard..."2C
Genuine Equity Apron Gingham
Full standard cloth,' in all the wanted -blue
and white checks. Regu- ni
lar 5c value, Tuesday, a yard..2C(
72x90-inch Bleached Sheets Full size,'
made of good grade, 4-4 cotton; 3-"
Inch hems, ready for use.
42 and -45x36-inch Bleached Pilffiw
Slips to Match Good grade, j
worth IOC. Special, each. ....... C
In Baeement Shoe Section Tueeday
Women'a Pump All new styles, practically
all aieea. Odds and enda. Worth M nr
,to $3.00. Special, a pair, i r...pLl7)
Men's Shoec and Oxfords Tan and black,
button and lace styles. 'About 160 pair. Odds
and enda. Worth to $3.00. Spe. A-f a a
olal Tuesday, a pair. .. . : y 1.4U
Children's Play Bhoee Tan and black, sort
calfskin leather, button aad lace. tff es r
Worth $1.76, a pair pleZ5
Tennis Bboee and Oxford for Men and
Boy a All el zee. Specially priced, " "in
a pair..... 4JJc
, Barefoot Sandals far OWldren Fine willow
eaK a took, protected toe style, extensive
edge soles, all arses to I. 8pe-s
ciai Ttrsecay, g, par.
a e-e s
usy." J I
Dahlmaii's Eleotibn ;
'.Cost Him $lB2and:
Msyor James C. Dshlmsn s re-election
eost blra according 'to his statement
of expenses filed In the election commis
sioner's effice. Ths mayor was the 'moat
economical of the nine candidates who
so far hava filed their statements, with
the esreptloa of Thomas McOovem. who
spent UU. . , .
' Amounts named by the ether candidate
follow: A. A. Lamoreau,' t3; C. II.
Wlthnell. tlftxri; A. C. Kugel. 30 JO; Dan
B. BnUer, I3H.4E; J. B. 'ltummol. till. 70;
W. 8. Jardlne, fSO.K; John' C Dfexet.
IER THROAT' '
iS Sr-NT TO JAIL
WOULD CUT HER THRO
Why ahould 1 be put In jail, when I
have a 'sltuatlvn to ao to,?"' Margaret
Campbell eased Acting' Police Judge
Brltt. "I've been' In 'Jail before 'and will
cut my throat before gdtug there again." !
she declared. ';'!'
Whereupon ahs neither cut her throat
Free Instruction in Rope Basket Work and
Color Scheme Decorations of All Kinds at
Miss Burns. of the Dennison Manufactaring,
Company, of Chicago, Wilt Be u at ; the .
Burgess-Nash Store All This Week, '
Use this chance to learn what wonderful things can be dune with
Denni$oii,s Crepe & Tissue Papers L
MUa Burns will give Instructions, absolutely free of charge
and will be. assisted by a capable assistant, so that, each and v
every customer will have Individual attention.' During', MUa
Burns'- stay we will gladly place and decorate tables tor parties -
or dinners without charge.-- . .
P. 8. Miss Burns Is tbe only demonstrater wis have'ever
bad la Omaha.
Dennison Manufacturing Company
aajSsMtsemteTliiirmmiiHiftiiMrert ' ' ' - - " 's
I II I ISN
Pi1 VAif 1 s
mk f IMMlP'Trtrrri
m, $L $ mi '-m .
Mr A k.r5r J mX ,
IS I 10 .r f - .. I 1 Iks 1 ' I
I tou wmnt. and .V. 1 ' V . - '
I l!!'"' lis . ''ifil'M ornet ts guaran- 'xsJ
! j! I fell P' It-is sure in I
SiilpilK'SlWi perfect Wea.
Ul'.' . j -,!! ing and raising; Ij
X qualities, la
h3KtfnlWxV:n wholesomeness, y
tn purity. U . ,
llPf Perfectly - - '
ilir a r.'.'s'.il ly tender bis- 'If '
; : ..C; cuit.cke, muf- . n
1 S M m to result froaa.
I r , 1 ! ! !!; 'goes farther IIUJ1
j j -t 'liiiji':""! than other baW
1 'r VV-'r ' .powders lfx
. ; VV"" tI ale In coat.
! ' : 'k;:ffy4 Insist on it
I M'(:'i;':i::;:;:lv;1 t Jur pocers. tzJ
! l' ' 'ill;!!,, AWARDS I -
, V'W Pi '
To Yovi People Living Near 33d and California
On Ma'y lltli My New Sanitary Grocery and Meat Market will be open for your
convenience, centrally located- near your homes, "witlra stock of the purest, best
known groceries, fresh meats and garden vegetables I can obtain. ,
, AT YOUE SERVICE
f 33d AND CALIFORNIA.
I will handle Ortmans New England Bakery Products, both
bread and pastry, which will be supplied to me fresh, twice a day. I , 2,
' will keep 'the whole linevof vegetables, fruits, extracts, spices and,
coffees, of Paxton & Gallagher's well known Kamo brand of pura'
Also Paxton & Gallagher's entire line of direct flame gas roasted
coffees from 25c to 40c pe lb. Dutch-boy, Butter-nut, Paxton and
Kamo Jn air-tight cans. The big seller is the Red Can (24b, can, COc).
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JVboever Tou Are
s Being dag Ttwscsig ol". message gieta .
by Ceketia, kaosm to tunny as "The
UtMUess" assd tbe Msaea firon HfseeQ.
WHOEVER you are, I am for yool Whcro ,
ew you- arc, I will come, to you. The'
tenement is no krwiicr to me than tbe home of your
rnost "xarhed citizen. The discredited, vice-ndden
hovcj I 'ara not afraid toenter. The paralyxed,
Stilted residence of society I will goto if I am wanted.
WoTtT yotj auc, I bce in yoi Hatcd acorpsicked,
beaten ovtcasvl baveHkith iojrou. Weak wotnen, doJ yoo
are not bad. Wbooer. spoke otherwise kacw Dot tike trocbi
Hnrdoey-crabbed miser, I csnsbow yoa urbere tbe Kght ia.
Whoever tosi are, call tot and ! aboD be wkhVoti oo tbe
vsuxzxkt. I will enter soaxljr by yow aide, intbe factory o
v tbe rached office, in tbe thick' attojospbered More. Wherever
yoa. are I shall baVe no di(IfCky in teckiog you ovt. Porj
I am come from my beavcoly hocoe to Ut von np, to wipe
r away -thoec teart of angviab aod pait- ao amootk nd toothei
tnac care-fKidcn ooajr ot
Come whisper to me your tcrtfociow atul TwI wipe
them out. I am to lorry .for yoa. I know your woes nod
have endured rbera too for yooi. if any times batre J troty'
v wept for you, as I w arched you Mwdge akmg, at watched
you fall to troubled sleep.
Open the portals of yow bcarC and -let: roe
My -voice a Kfted-for TomhoccxgpmiM
9- -..d Mr. Frank LwetLyaa of New
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