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Thursday; Hay 20, 1915.
ALL bail Use exodus of tb glovs.
For some time women of fashion hare ben leaving their
glove at home, or, If they happen to feel a little more at ea.se
with them, they Just carry them and lay them down on a nearby
table before going out to dinner.
Other who are more Independent go without them whenever fancy
to directs, showing a spirit of true emancipation.
Jnst recently, a charming widow, a guest at a beautifully appointed
Winner given by one of our very eligible bachelors, naively dropped one of
Ifrer gloves In the dining room. Needless to say, the bachelor returned It
'the following evening, calling in person. Now the Quodnunrs, shaking
their knowing heads, say ft has started an Interesting romance, but some
times they shake their heads at the wrong person funny. Isn't It!
in the Calendar. '
The Pftltsco rluU will Rive a dancing
gartr this evening at KragTs .park.
Hrs. 'Jeorge Morris entertained the
Bnrrcbere ot fr Comue club this after
SKton at her home.
Mrs. l4ojril N. Osborne wilt entertain
the members of the Vaaaar club at hr
home Saturday afternoon.
Miss Carol Marhoff will give an organ
Jreclisl at Trinity Cathedral fiatiirday
aiftrrnoon, May 25, at 4 o'clock p. m,
Mrs. O. V. Chandler entettalned the
jiKratr of the Crochet dub at lunch
eon Wednesday. . The centerpiece was a
larce renn4 , cf ciraitlnfi and rn
Mra. If, W. Atwood of TVs Moinea. Ia.,
who la vtnltlng her daughter, Mm. Chen
;(!!, waa th rurM. of tha rlub. The
jclub will be entertained by Mra. J. P.
Jirowri in two
Mra. (Ins Frrn ntrrtslnT the K.
(c hislva Card rlub. The litxh scores wera
mi1 hv Mra. C. f. KhsfrVr end Mra. H.
iJhmartn. All the trn'inbeis were prve
ler.t. The next nvetlng will be held June
!l at the heme of Mra. Thnroae t'ntterton,
IWi Chicago street.
Choir Members Entertained.
The merobera of the Caatellar Preaby
trln church choir wore entertained at
dinner Tuesday evening at the home of
Ita director. Mra. frank Brown. The re
mainder of the evening waa spent In
jnualn and gme. Those present were:
Mown, and Mesdames
Mrw. and Mciilum
J iunk Hrown.
.Anna Pr'm, !
.1 tff-r Iwm,
John Orftu, ' ,
eon. i1mm ITorelg,
Wn lis res.
B SIDE-ELECT WHO IS H0K0SED
BY HER FRIENDS.
.JrogTara of Old Songs.
A fratlval of old aonca will elvan
Iby the Walnut Hill Mothodlat church
choir at Forty-first and Oarlea streets.
Thursday evonlns ,at t o'clock. This
mulcal will given undr the direction
of Mr. Grorge W. Caropbell. and will be
a rase treat for all who enjoy th time
honored ivorHa.- .
Th Ice eT3,m social plannad for ya
fiday by Mrs. Hanry Tollack was post
r'nd on eocount of the weather. In lie
j'liir an aJIrrmvon toffee waa tln.
xhm Ihe wpjni-n of the German Hlif.i
Vrrn were the honor BJUMte. Aaslatins'
tho hostenan warej 1
Vmii (rfis hniann, Waller Krandne,
!trnmwui, J. l:.oeitl.
With the Visitor,
Mra. Iawr-snre I'hlppa ef Txmvw ar
llvrs Saturday mornlns to be the gmwt
f hrr father. Mr. K. W. Itart," tn Council
J:uifa. until .ftr the Mcf erron-Ptewart
Tinner for Kiss Stewart
Mr." A. B Vsrrn wtl! entertain at
dinner Mrnloy evening- at the Country
club In honor of MIm Maria Stewart,
who wltl be murrled Saturday evcnlns,
Luncheon and Box Party.
Miss loulso Crrsn entrrtalnsd at lunch
roa followed by a boa party at the Boyd
theater thU afternoon In honor of Mra.
hUsKieiiardl. who lcvavt-a In a 0k fot
California. Ampilran Beauty roCf dee
f i-biod the table and thv guests enter
tHined were: '
C K. K nolle,
l.rnl K ni ltl.-.
1. V. ilirim,
K It. IJooi.y. '
Mlae 'Maricarot Kelloa.
fyeninj rridje Party.
Miea Ai.nl ri. h will iv . btldte
I'rtr thi evrnlnd at ber home In honor
Mies Grace Iangdon and Miaa Helen
NorrtK. who wilt be married soon. The
noma will bo decorated throughout with
Iirik a. id white, ruses and tlv tablea will
tj rl"-''J for tUe snie.
Cuestj s.t Excelsior Spnnj?. ,
Mr. J. K. iland la g-uet at the
3. Una hotel In EicelMor Pprlnira.
Mrs.. Cvrs Tarka la ao)ounilnc at
Mr. A. G. Keestm returned Tuesday
from a week's atay at Kxcclstor Bprlngs,
Mr. and Mra. FVedrlrk Mara an
riouiiO the cnaagenient of their daugh
ter, llliun, to Mr. Alfred L Phaipa,
The ceremony will b performed by Hov.
T. J. Mackhy on June 1. The young
t-ruple tl take an extended trip wast,
fcfior whuh they will reside In Omaha.
Ir'rs. IleBermott Entertains.
Mrs.. 14. A. Mr Dei molt was hostaws
today at an attrartlvaly appointed lun b
eon at her home. A large basket of
!ue.s waa ustj aa the tabla renter
j...e rj smaller baskets marked the
l-l-.ee of the guets. Covera were placed
jlr. ai.4 Mra. T. C. . Kyrne, acooin
luifcd by Mra. Joseph Syrna and Mr.
lu- Hyrno. will leave Saturday roocnUtg
I .r fcill.jr .prtiiKa.
A! tea Mary Coll leaves 'VTedneeday of
jit week for New Tora City, where she
will do to moniba work with (."bailie.
r ei.e plana to take a abort courae
wuh ttie f atles and children's work
m Hi lead-jew 1 run ran.
Air. Ano'.ia i.ileywi!l arrive la Cititaha
M-y 'JJ. iolM tu iHnvej. where be will
lie ate. .Mrs. illey is now In f;IUmore,
ti i t uin her son leler aid
v .,1 i ,(S a few days In Orusha wilh
J -rl ! 1 1 I i viv
Jitney Drivers Say
Proposed Tax on
Themis Too High
The Omaha Motor Rue association;
through ita secretary Mid manager, &
n. Dale, wishes to make the following
announcement of the Jitney drivers, posi
tion In regaid to the proposed ordinances:
In articles rutllhed in the paper of
Msy !!, I'.U.'i. It spiioers that t.-ommls-Sloner
KiiKel Is labortnic nnrtor the lin-
reSMlon IIihI the Jitney buelnos la a
sold mine, a hereaa the fact la that it
barely afroriU the operator a living. A
jitney running twelve hours a" day will
make on the averse of 7 per day, out
ot which must come the expenses, whloh
are shout $J per day for the small care
end the larger are in proportion. Also
the oporator must figure on alnrnt t2 per
day for deprecation, which leavee him
barely laborer's wattes.
Hy hsving to pay a- tag of tit per
pange.r-.'sllnff capacity or ST3 a yesr
tr.r the mail car lieelrles the stale and
driver' licenses his snmll profits will io
oonmimed for nesrly haif of the seaaon.
W'.'Y la It that the tail ubs pay only
flO ir yesr each car and tholr
averHKe earning Is artout t',n per dny and
a a rent 1nl less running enpenxe. as
they only run bhx'ks to the Jitney's miles?
'lit! jnney must give a large nona at a
greet expense and the tent has a bond
of vt ayalnet I lie jitney's . or llO.ftw.
Why la It? The jitney operators do not
npx this bond at all, but rather favor
It and have been the flret ones to pro
pose suth action, but tliey feel If this
proposed ordinance Is passed that they
are being discriminated against. No oper
ator In Omaha .will rppom any fslr oidl
liw. but ihey'do ohject to this one. All
we ask la fair play and we will do our
Law Costs County
82,239 Each Month
Forty-three famlllea in Omaha are re
reiving less than li a month under the
mothers' pension law and lilne-ty-nliie are
draw iiig 111 or more, with a total monthly
coat to Iougtas county t i23 60, ao.
cording to a atatenwnt prepared by J. M.
Ildy, administrator of county charities.
Fifty-two families are receiving tl5 m
month and twenty-aig are getting tJ.
The monthly payments to each faoilly
vary from V to 13, seven families draw
ing 130 or mure.
REDICK TO HEAR
To Ask Other Judges to Sit with
' , Him Breen to Defend Laws
Which He Ire-pared.
CAMPAIGN STARTS THIS WEEK
May 26 was named yesterday by
District Judge Redfck as the dste on
which b will hear srguments In the
Injunction suit brought by South
Omaha and Dundee Interests In an
attempt to prevent the holding of
the annexation election Jane 1. The
lsue will be tried on a deranrrer to
be filed by Election Commissioner
Moorbead, the defendant. Judge
Redlck announced that he would ask
one or mors Judges to sit with bim
In the hearing.
The question Involving the eenetltn
tlonality of the law which created the
office of election eommUeVmer raised trf
the suit, has Treated equally as much In
tereet Arming lawyers aa the threat
against the validity of ' the annexation
ninae-urn Itself. If the election commis
sioner law .thonld fall In the court an
nexation would fall with it, owing to the
form nf the annexation act as passed by
Srees He fen 4 Iritws.
John P. f?ren, author of both laws.
has hoen aummoned to defend them as
an ett.irney for the election commis
sioner. He will he assisted by the county
attorney. The petition waa filed try
Murphy and Winters of South Omaha
and Samuel Coiner,
"I can only say that the suit will be
vigorously reainted both in lis .stark on
annexation and on the validity of my
office,," said KleHlon Comruleeloner Moor-
The annexation and election commis
si oner lawa are attached In the suit as
afiecloJ or claaa legislation on the ground
that they are drawn that tl.ey can
never apply to any, other county than
Douglas or . any other city than Omaha.
How lb Osnehane ts Hotel Joba.
Ftromrn, iioilcemon, building and plumb
ing lni oct.re and others In South Omaha
are to continue .to. hold their jobs 'under
the Greater . Omaha, Is the assurance
given ly the olty ' commissioners of
Omaha who have these departments. In
charge. Theto statements wore made In
order to counteract rumors going the
rounds In Pouth Omsha that these mem
would lose their job when Pouth Omaha
becomes a pact of Greater Omaha under
the present Omaha city commission.'
eo far. as I am concerned, no mem
ber of the South Omaha pollco force wlU
lose his ' Job because of consolidation
said Police Commissioner Kuget ef
Omaha. "Kvery man who Is making good
may be assured of continuance, so fsr as
this office goes. I want all the men to
understand thst very clearly, and to let
no one who may be opposed to a Greater
Omaha put any other notion In their
Commissioner Wlthnel! takes
the. same position with reference to the
firemen, building and plumbing Inspec
tors and any ethers who may come under
his department as a result ot oonsollda
tlon. "I'll be perfectly frank." says Mr.
Wlthnell, 'and guarantee that ao far as
I am concerned no man will have any
fears about holding onto his job."
Mayer Aba A arees.
"All of that goes for me, too," ea.14
Mayor Pshlman. "When these cltlesi are
united those men will all be properly
cared for." f
A doaen and a half good speakers have
already been engaged by the Greater
Omaha committee to speak at Improve
ment club meetings and before other Or-
ganisationa before the election, June L
Of the Omaha High
School of Commerce
The following le a list of the High
frVhool of Commerce graduating claas.
subject te passage of the final examinations:
M. M. Andresen
T. ft. Arlerson
M. !. Anderson
V. A. Hyerw
I K. Hrown
Paul U llrowlak
Frsnk W. Hooksl
FVed J Porahnff
Mildred A. iteet
F. A. Bergouist
Msy me Champagne
lie il 1 9 h Co
Haxe) Fl Connell
N. Hsrold Cornell
Frank D. Dnnkle
Crl II de U aal
J. R. Fltspaulck
Anna Creen -Alma
11. A. Hargadine '
Ruth H. Holmes
K1lth A. Moisten
Jessie K. (nnes
W. A. Kretschmer
Julius l. Kraft
Tertmde M. King
Alva J. Lloyd
K J. IJvlngston
Arthur I e y
Mury I. M norms B
Hssei I. Mc(1fre
W. I. Newman
KtitTi C. Nelty
A. 1 Peterson
W. R..C. redereen
Helen I. Pearson
K.srle C. Reynolds
Anna A. Resell
A. U ltamanrlottl
Ida Ratsman '
C. O. Rtuben
Bess V. Htock
M iltnn rVirecsen
Aanes M, Poreneen
Charles H. Himanek
Ida Hess tVaelrnan i
f.dna N. Tuveaon
. Ixicy J. Vseku
J. Wilbur Wolf
K. O. Wlndhelm ,"
Kohert W. Wendt
Kenneth N. Wslker ;
The commencement exercises will be
held the evening of June 1 at the Bran-
Arrested in Bluffs
on Forgery Charge
After a ejulet hunt for ever a month tn
Omaha, Florence artid Council Bluffs, Ivan
Marr, alias Vaughn has been arrested on
the charge of forgery, sworn to by ex
rcatives of the Durness-Nash company.
He Is the second alleged forger and the
third aliened criminal to be arrested
within a 'week on charges of swln lllng
r.r robbing the Burgess-Is ash company.
"peclal Officer Otto A. .Tagel of the
store traced the man in this vicinity for
weeks before he secured his srrest, which.
was accomplished by Council Bluffs po
lice working .with Detectives Van Dusen
and Fleming of Omaha.
The Johnaon Pharmacy and several
other business firms are said to have
loat money by cashing Marc's checks.
"He has a wife and family, who moved
from Florence to Council Bluffs when
Marr left the state. He agreed to return
to Omaha without extradition papers and
is now In he Omaha JaH. - His Council
Bluffs addreas waa given as S10T Bread
IS HO WA REALITY
Dr. M&cNeil of Minneapolis . Girei
Practical Demonstration of
COJTVX2TTI0S COMES TO A CLOSE
"Palnlees dentistry" . is now an
actual fact and not merely a pleasant
advertising fiction. Demonstration
of "eondnctlve anesthesia" by Dr. W.
IL MaeXell of Minneapolis at the
convention of the Nebraska Dental
society, which closed. Its sessions
today, proved this. Dr.. MacNell
mad extractions which would have
been considered almost Impossible
before, and bis patients, though per
fectly conscious, felt absolutely no
The simple principle of conductive an
esthesia," said Ir. Mac-ell. "Is the tem
porary deadening of the nerve by en In
jection at a point within the mouth some
dlstsnce from the tooth. At this point
the nerve coes out of the bone and
runs for a Shot' distance through the
flesh, Hers It Is a.esthetlsed. The terve
remains lr this c edition from three to
five hour I and U en regalna Its usual
- Bridges snd crowns that can be re
moved by the wearer at will are a new
thing In dentistry and were (demonstrated
st the clinics during the convention by
tr. F. K. Roach of Chlcsffo. They fasten
In the mouth by means ot a ball and
tube mechanical device working much as
tne snaps a glove shut about the wrist
C'aa Be Clew wed.
"The advantages ef the removable
bridge or crown le that It Is perfectly
sanitary and ' can be tsken out and
clea'ned at will, snd gives no opportunity
for particles of food to lodge under It,"
said Dr. M. H. Dunham of Omaha.
"Anatomical articulation" was demon
strated during the final sessions Thurs
day and during other sessions by Dr. D.
l. Campbell of Kansas City. This Is a
device to secure the correct poeltlon cf
artificial teeth with reference to the
movements of .the Jaw which moves back
ward and forward and to both sides as
wellies up and down In the mastication
Radiographs of csees presented at the
clinics were taken by Dr. A. F. Tyler of
Omaha; the photographs being finished
Immediately and furnished to the doctors
who conducted the clinics. This advanced
process made the work more satisfactory
than It could have been otherwise.
There was the greatest satisfaction
among those attending the convention.
Never before, they declared, has there
been such a variety of valuable clinical
demonetratlons at a dental convention
In this state as at this one.
BUELL ELECTED HEAD
OF FUEL ASSOCIATION
CHICAGO. May .D. C. EneH ef
Omaha, Neb., today was elected preeident
of the International Railway Fltet
neaefited by faasabwrlsvla'a Mat.
"I.aat wrnter I jsed Chamber! tin's
Uniment fo- rheumatic pains, stiffness
and soreness t the knees, and can con
scientiously asy that I never used any
thing that did me ao much good." Ed
ward Craft. Elba, N. T. Obtainable
Family Which Lost
Friends of Joseph Mechey, the Hun
garian laborer at the' smelting works,
whose house burned down Monday even
ing, just two weeks after he had In
vested his savings of years . (taooy In a
new home, are now trying to raise a fund
to help him get another start He had
no insurance and only a mattress and
and bed springs were saved. Even the
little son did not have a suit of clothes
left.. . -
Henry Pollack of the Ptars and Rtripes
company has started a list with t30 snd
Is receiving subscriptions toward a col
lection to help this needy family. Dona
tions msy also be left at The Bee office
to help provide for the 'destitute family,
which Is now forced to accept the hos
pitality ot the community.
Dr. Bell's Ft ue-Ter-Howey
eases your cough, loosens the mucous,
strengthens the lungs. The first dose
in order to get out as large a vote as i helps. Get a bottle today. Only 25c. All
possible. The speaking campaign la to
start Haturday night of thia week. Thou
who have already been engaged to make
the speaking campaign are II. IL Bald
rlge, W. r- Baxter, A. W. Jefferla.
Francis A. Brogan. Judge Ben 8. Baker,
3. A, C. Kennedy, Isador legler, H. Ti.
Fleharty, Henry Monsky, Joseph Hum
mel, II. J. Hackett, Tom Lynch, Frank
O. OlelL Judge Uee S. llelle and Lee
SUMMER SCHOOL FOR -
THIS YEAR CALLED OFF
The teachers' committee of the Board
of Education has favored the summer
school proiioaltlon, but tn View of pros
pective consolidation It was deemed ad
visable to let thia matter go over this
WATER BOARD TO BUY OWN
COKDS AS AM INVESTMENT
The water , board authorised the pur
chase of S!.0i Omaha wster bonds, as
an Investment of idle money in the trees
uiy of the city water department.
the handiest thing yon ever
bandied Handy Oil Can
rull of 9-in-Onc OIL 'Pits
tlis pocket like pocket
bock. Goes tn sewing
sack. Oils every
thing. Ma vet
leaks. At all
sioree, J, os.
25c. 1-ia-Coe ts
ales eeU ia buttles. Hie. dc.
Im-uesery mi lu
esbar wees wita every botua
Three-in-Ons Oil Co
st N. Breeaway, Kewt Yotw
n r n
Its Toao'VJoa Fsmo far ths Stcisvay Fi:s3
ancl strength of tone havo
made the Steinway ihe
"world's standard piano. Ita
reputation rests upon ita
Buperiority. It is the piano
by which all others are
measured. . This should in
fluence vou to purchase a
Steinway aa the bnly piaub for the home. It is not a
question of price but of knowing that money can buy
no better piano. The Steinway is the ideal piano.
. Grands, $750 end Up. ' Uprights, 5500 and Up.
Your present instrument will bo accepted as part pay
ment. Liberal terms may be arranged on the balance.
Visit our Steinway Parlors and
mtisfy yourself before purchasing.
r L'iano t:
1311-13 Farnaxn Street -
i:XClA'SIVK 8TEIXWAY REPRESENTATIVES
MThe Cup that
vdieers every home
H. i. Hughes C., Inc., Wbuledl Distributors.
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THERE are no real substitutes for
Tone's Old Golden Coffee any more
than there are any real substitutes for coffee.
Over forty years experience in aging, roast
ing and blending has given it a distinctive
taste. Its quality is uniform and its aroma
so tempting that you keep tasting it while
it is still too hot. You will find
a happy solution to the ever-present coffee
problem. At grocers', , in air-tight and
moisture-proof pound packages, either
: steel-cut, with the chaff removed, or in the
beanf or those who prefer to grind it at home.
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