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American Gir in Zeppelin Raid
in England Tells of Her Experience
By MELUFICIA. Thursday, June 24, 1915.
SOCIETY It planning Just how It will celebrate the Fourth of July.
Falling on Sunday thli year will make aome alight change in
the program. for tome. -
The Speedway holda the Interest of all for Monday, the 6th,
otherwise we mlghtfall In line for a, gay Fourth on Monday.
The. clubs are figuring on their usual tn a tehee and the apeclal Fourth
of July table d'hote dinner will be aerved Sunday evening.
Monday will tee. the ball game with St. Joseph In the morning, races
for the afternoon, and for the sterner sex the wrestling match in the
Box partlea at the 8 peed way will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Stori, Mr. J. A. C. Kennedy, Mr. Ben F. Murphy, Mr. D. J. CVBrlen, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wharton.
At the Country Club.
Mia Menle Davis entertained at lunnh
eon today at the Cooetry dab In honor
of Miss Louise Bucklnghajn of Memphis,
the ruest of Miss Helen Clarke, 'and for
Ml Qreen of Minneapolis, A mound of
pink rosea was used as the table, center
piece and covers were placed for:
Harold Frltchett, Jack Webster.
Mrs. Howard Baldrtge will have a small
luncheon Friday at the Country club,
and on Saturday evening reservations for
dinner have been made by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Mets. who will have eight
areata; Mr. Klug Denman, four, and
Mr. J. Bchaupp Jr., eight.
At Happy Hollow.
Mrs. J. F. Gllchrut gave a luncheon
today at the Happy Hollow club. The
table was decorated with pink rose, and
the grueals were:
W. C. Thomllnaon,
K. M. Carrlgan,
si. V. MofflU.
Marv Hood of
Albany. N. V.:
Margaret OIL hrUt, RIosji Falls.
The Royal Arcanum will give a aaoclng
party tlhs evening at the Happy Hollow
Dinners will be given Saturday evening
by ' Mr. A. O. Siuchanan, who will en
tertain alxteen guests, and Mr. C. F.
Weller will have four guests.
The Mimes Mary rhllllppl. Marlon Car
penter, Helen Buck and Henrietta Me
Cague entertained at luncheon today at
the Happy Hollow club, complimentary
to Miss Harriett Blake, who will be mar
ried next week to Mr. Akerman of Min
neapolis, lavender and pink sweetpeaa
decorated ' the table ' and covers were
Keller were the attendants. The cere
mony, wss followed by a supper at the
home of ' the groom's parents for about
twenty-five jrueats. Mr. and Mr. Keller
have gone treat on their wedding trip.
They wlll.be at home at 37"! North Fifty
seventh street.', Benaon.
A quiet wedding took place at the resi
dence of Dr. and Mrs. "E. U Alexander
in Georgia avenue yesterday and waa
that of Mies Ruth William of Palisade.
Colo., and Mr. Arthur R. McConnell of
Ploux City, la. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Mr. Toting of the West
The bride wore a gown of grey crepe
de chine and chiffon, with flame colored(
trimmings. Bhe carried a shower bouquet
of pink roses. There were no sttendanl.
After a ahort atay at the Fontenelle.
Mr. and Mrs. McConnell will be at home
at Mornlngahle, a suburb of Ploux City.
Mra. McConnell waa a prominent school
teacher in Palisades. Colo., for eight
Tears, and until recently Mr. McConnell
waa In the banking business In Pouth
With the Visitor.
Miss Katherlne Wsshburn of Green
Bsy, Wis., la expected today to be the
gueat of Miss Helen Kaufman.
Mrs. Ed tturki-y of Oconto. Neb., is
spending a few days In the city.
NEW YORK, June I4.-Mis Clsra
Rels, is year old, who for two yesrs h
been a student at Somerset House, a
finishing school at Ramrgate, Bnslsnd,
returned to her home In this city aboard
the New Tork, and described her experi
ences during the bombsrdment of the
town by the dresded Zeppeln.
Arrsngment had been made by her
father, Benedict Rele, to have Clara como
In January, but when the Germans de
clared a war sone around England, he
decided to allow her to remain at the
school. But the overheed sttscks ensnared
the plana and Clara sailed from Liver
pool on June 12.
1 was the only American girl In the
school," she said. "There wss a 6-year-
old girl there, but she ae taken away
some time ego. After the Zeppelins be
gin to mike their route oser Rsms
gste, the teachers' of the school hung an
enormous hell In the main halt, outiilde
the dormitories. We were drilled when
the bell rang to grt out of bed, dress and
go to another dormitory, where the girls
from 1 year to 7 years sleep snd help
ilre them. Then we were all to march
out of (h building when the danger be
Life waa not Very exciting at Homer-
aet House, so these drills were a kind
of a psrty for us. Ro wss the bombard
ment by the Zeppelins. We had candy to
eat, and fought pillow fights, and got
fun out of It. It waa exciting to be called
out of bed at ail hours of the night, and
we got used to It.
At 2 o'clwk on March 17 the big bell
wok-ii up, ao w got out of bed and
dreasrd. At the same time the sirens in
the town bean to blow and we knew
it was no drill. .There waa firing out
side. Soldiers were rushing about.
We pepped out the window a and saw
three or fom Zeppelins flying low. We
heard the noise of their engines and It
gave us a creepy feeling. Then they
atrui k housea and kliled two persons.
The warship In the harbor were firing
at the Zeppelins.
"We were not frightened. It wss only
Mrs. F. H. Blake.
At Fontenelle Park.
The sixth grade of Central Park school
he:d a picnic at Fontenelle park Wednes
day. Those Drtsent were:
A .neighborhood plcnle .'waa given at
Fontenelle park Wednesday afternoon.
ThAii rreaent were: 1
Y. M. C. A. Man to Do :
Social Work Among
On hi way to England to do religioua
snd aocial work among German ;jrlapn
re Interned there. State Secretary J. E.
Bpruger of the California Young Men's
Christian association paased through
Omaha Wednesdsy evening on the Over
lie is a Uermsn-Hwlss . by birth and
talks German fluently, although he is now
sn American cltlsen. His work among
the German prlaoners will be under the
auspices of the national council of Young
Men's Christian association of Great
Britain. When hla train atopped In Omaha
a few mlnutea he was met by Oeneral
Secretary E. F. Denison of the Omaha
association, who la a peraonal friend.
Another American who Is going to do
association work among foreign soldiers
Is H. W. White, a former worker In
naia, wno panea inrougn Omaha on
Wednesday oa his way east to take ship
for Cairo,' Egypt. He will be attached to
the force of East Indian troops now on
duty In Egypt.
lady a Anderson,
Alma Hahan, '
William Kills, .
Ooldle Cupp. .
' Burdette Allen,
James G. Keinhardt.
John E. Joriieneen,
Will 8 hmltlroth.
At the Field Club,
A reception was given thlg aXUraooa
at the Field Wub In honor of the local
chapter of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority,
comDllmentary. to the members of the
sorority, ' who are passing througU
)mha on their way to the convention
of the Alpha-Khr Omega association, to
be lield . at . Ixing Beach. . Cel.; at
the Virginia hotel. Thek sorority colors,
red and pink.' were used as. the decora
tlon. with quantities of ) red and pink
rosea. About, eighty guest were entertained.-The
members of the Omaha chap
eaatr Mere 1 hew gktw Deep.
a muuiui woman always has good
aigesuon. ir your digestion Is faulty
Chamberlain' Tablets will do you good
WANTS ENTIRE CITY
All Business Houses to Be Asked
to Decorate for the Coming
USE AK-SAR-BEN LIGHTS
The chy council
upon tlie buitlne
onorste their plac
rre( lamstion Mayor Dshlman made this
"It will take more than a proclamation
from me to get the deelred results. The
df (oration provided for the recent trav
eling men's national convention w re a
disgrace. I was disappointed ovor the
nrult of my proclamation In tht in-
stance. There are so many conventiona
l.ere that the people do not feet like dec
orating. The decorations for the state
Kegles' convention at Couth Omaha made
us look like a S-cent pleco.''
tv. In. .1 rnmmittee in coarse or in-
Saengerbund announced they expected
Si'.,t vleltors here from n'srhy point.
Rent rooms quick with a Bee Wsnt Ad.
GENEVA. Neb., June M.-tSpecls.' .1
Joseph Pyndhsm, wh he built an aero
plane In Geneva, has been making
flights south of town. He made several
flights last September at the Fillmore
In a resolution call
mm of the c'ly to
s during the meeting
Saengcrbunil of the Nor. I. west
July 21 to :'4.
H H. BalilrlKe and F. W. Jurieon rep
t(entlng the Commercial club, and
Henry Rohlff. Val J. Teter. K. C. Wreh
low. (hin Rcnie, B. H. Meyer and B. H.
V!le. on behalf of the Saenge.V.und.
chlled upon the city commllonerj and
uised their moral support.
Ii is proposed to string e'ectric light
wires throughout the business sect'on In
time for this big musical event, these
wire to serve for the letter ca. iters'
national convention and Ak-Par-B?n fes
tivities. , ,
When It was proposed that he lnue a
FIFTH AVENUE and FIFTY NINTH ST.
The coolest hotel in New York. Overlooking! Central
Park. ' Within easy distance of all theatres and shops.
Your address known the world over while you stop
at The Plaza.
OUTDOOR TERRACE AND SUMMER GARDEN
Special Dancing Featurea
Single Rooms with Bath, $3.50 up Double Rooms with Bath, 5.00 op
Te mtrr nmi er tn terer fwrtkar iefaraiaties
addrM FRBU STKRKY. Maeaia Dtraemr
W J ,(J
CXARA. . 'StJul S
encitlng. Two nights later the Zeppelin
came aqaln and dropped bombs Into the
cemetery, burning some houses. The big
bell rang again and we went through the
same drill." 1
GARDEN PRIZESi ON MONDAY
Several Hundred Youngsters to En
ter Vegetables for Cash at the
Y. M. C. A.
GEEAT SHOWING . IS EXPECTED
Trace 125 Cases
of Scarlet Fever
Back to One House
Over fifty rash prises will be awarded
to boys and girls having the best ex
hibits of early vegetables grown in the
contests among member of the school
garden clubs. The exhibit will be held
next Monday at the Tuung Men's Chris
tian association, under the direction of
Ernest E. Dale, supervisor of the clubs
and agent of the Department of Agricul
Prlxea will be given on radishes, let
tuce, onions, bean, pens, beets, turnips
snd spinach. In each group II will be
given as first prise, 00 cents as second
prire and 25 centa each to the four next
best. Twice those amounts will also be
given as prises for the best group ex
hibits of at least four different kinds
Several hundred nova and girls are
planning to exhibit the product of their
Assistsnt City rfcyslclan Bolcr traced
the origin of 125 recent cases of scarlet
fever to a house at Twenty-second and
Pierce atrects. lie made a canvas of
the situation and found that the disease
was carried through the mediums of
work, school and play, tie reported to
Health Commissioner Connell, who has
ust returned from the. cast.
Through atrict enforcement of the
quarantine regulations this outbreak was
subdued. A apeclal officer -was detailed
to enforce this quarantine.
The disease wss spread over a ..wide
territory east and north of Twenty-second
and Tierce streets. , Several deaths
It Really Does Relieve Rheaaaatlas
riloan's Liniment does give almost In
stant relief. Nothing better for rheuma
tism, backache and sciatica. Only !&c. All
Meedamee-. . -Ilfty
K O. Ames.
W. B. Hannlaler,
N. Haskell. ,
' XI I kim a
ln be Bush,
Mohler Says Corn
Will Soon Catch Up
i i , ...
.w.urni . monier or the I'nion Pa
i.i . i . .
n irwn i nicaao ami
aeroa Iowa, he took iwrtlcular notice
of the conditlpn of .the, corn. Relative
to It he ways:
"ftlnce the rains ceased 'and warmer
weather set in corn haa made rapid
growth., ii y. opinion s that by Jul i
.. in i & . . . '
-in nui oe more man ten daya be
hind normal and by Aua-uat i i m
hae made up for all time lost ry the
cool and wet weather during May and
June. '. , ......
"Everywhere I noticed farmera work
ing 1nMhe flelda cultivating. The corn,
except on the lowest of ths lowlands,
has a good color and give promise of
a, good crop, providing favorable weather
Young Folks Will
Play This Evening
A musk el plsy, entitled 'The. .New
Minister." will be given by young people
at the Klrst t'nlted Presbyterian church,
Twenty-firat and Emmet streets, this
The following are the principal charac
Mr. loe R. Csrnaby. the new minister.
Mr. Ralph Douglas, leader of the choir.
Mr. Brook Vence, Mr. Frank Ander
son, Mr. r'red Msrsh. music committee.
Mr. Wilson bryans, g baritone tn the
Mr. ,lohn Henderson, a tenor in the
Miss Evelyn Douglas, the new school
Miss Jean Mulr. the milliner.
Mr. Dwight hxiaon. the sexton.
Miss Ruth Cowglll. everybody a friend.
Mlsa Hfii Anderson, organiser of the
Old Malde' club.
Miae Mebet Henderson, president of
the ladles' Aid.
Mtrs Kllsaboth Robinson, president of
tne'O'd Maid' club,
There are twenty-six member of the
R0TARIANS ATTEND PLAY
GIVEN BY LYNCH COMPANY
The Rotary club attended the Wednes
dsy night performance of "Within the
Uw," by the Edward Lynch players,
at the Brandels thester In a body and,
as they alwaya do, had a great, good
time. Harry Wellcr and fAVill Clark at
tended the opening performance of the
new stock company last Saturday night
and were so enthusiastic in their praise
of the performance that they influenced
their live club members to go and verify
Tow is the Time to Oat Bid of These
There's no lunger the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the
prescription othine-dcuble strength is
kuaranteed to remove these homely spots
'Kmply get an ounce of othlne double
strength from Sherman A McConnell
Drug Co., or any druggist, and apply a
little of It night and morning and you
should soon see that even the worst
freckles have begun to disappear, while
the lighter ones have vaniahed entirely.
It la seldom that more than an ounce
Is needed to completely clear the akin
and gain a beautiful, clear complexion.
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othlne as thl sold under guarantee of
money back If It falls to remove freckles.
Carter Lake Club. . ,
The Carter Lake Swimming and Bowl
ing ' clqb . were entertained . yesterday
a rternoeu at ths Carter ' Tke club house,
Tli high s-ore was made by Mrs. A. J.
I'lerson band. The game waa followed
by a dinner, at which the'husbanda of
the. club member were the gunts of
honor. Ttfty-six guests were enter
tatned. i '
Informal Dance. '
Member of. the "Artist's Dream" cast
rnjoved-a .dancing party at Chambers'
aademy Tueeday evening. Among ' thoae
present weie: ,
Eileen t'dward. '
Ounnar '.' ieman.
8. M Pailing,
R. H ker. "
Hf-atrii (Mm ling.
K. T. Ngard.
Benefit Card PartT.
A benefit card party will be given by
the ladlra of ft. John' church Friday
afternoon at I p. m. at the Knight of
Columbus hall. Twenty-five prlsea have
been contributed fee the gam.
8 n ,. IIW,,M,1M,J,,. ii..iama..iviii.a.iiB
j tf- 0ur Remodeling Sale hasrvKlI m
XS'ulr been a Great Success. It should be, v3Crrfon
fi-Z JuX. '-arjPrrtlclljr GIvIiik the. Men handle away. XlLLafu
i (X vVgsr f Those who need piano or an) thins; in the MbsIc! line, can Vv 1 IT t) f
JwT 27 f rr Huaa the lrtce and VuaUty w, are glvln-t durtnc this rfS(jP
- SpZ-rS Grt Kemodellne; Sale.
j JUST READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
j Art Goods. Frames, Etc.
Ths wedding of Mlas Blanch Weed of
Tabor. Ia.. and Mr. Carl Keller of Ren
ton wa celebrated ejuletly leat evening
at t o'clock, at the Kountae Memorial
hurch. Rev. Mr. Baltsly, pastor of the
church, perlormed the ceremony. The
I'.ide wore her go-easy suit of whit
. wim while hat te mat' h. fho ear
ned wtli and pink roa Miss U at her
in Barbrr of Tabor, la, and Mr. C 1.
BAaBTBTsV Anr baaket tn the house.
Original values II. e to .0...eee
ltimmom In gold and mahogany.
J-'rencti plate glasa. A straight
discount of iQ to im, off.
at ai.M te 140.00
ailiTBls - Pepoalt Vases, Rait and
l'Wr. Nls'it Imps. Sugar and
. Creameia, bon-bon, Cologne Hoi
tlea. Love l.lhia. etc; all at . aoe
sWa ll. 00 Tsiaee U Tsl Lot.
MBTIIO TaVaYa Gold Knamel,
Circassian Ualnut and Mahogany
Finish, Creton and wood filing.
. . II.6S . value...... eae
llal Cmbrella Btanda. ' Bmoker
htaiida. Jardincrea. aa. etc., at
one-half off. Prices from 1.00 tn
aaO leaa V off
XIBasX HTs-la bra. aterling.
liver end bronsa, Hrtce MM to
aee leea elf
sjninrnsU BZXTbTB Conalata of
Bon-bun dlshea, bread plates, mue
laid end horse radlab article,
frtcea 1.M to e.0o, at. . e(
STOCK TaVaMXaV ror photna. car
bons; eiaee from 4 to l:u. t.voe
xailatira to evlct from. Price
fiom aoe to $1.00 t off
Bargains in Upright Pianos
1176 Maboaany Majestic. $ 98
fSOO Mahogany Weeer Bros.
at 4 $145
$S?S Oak Kimball $14S
$325 Oak Steger $1BT
IS60 Kimball v. $175
3M Oak Cable-Nelson $183
$J30 Walout Hoape $310
S50 Mahogany Bre water. . .$227
$130 Mahogany Marshall
$400 Weathered Kimball ... 88
$$00 Ebony Btelnway $275
$(00 Mission Kranteh
$500 Walnut Kranleh V
tern. gS off.
to. order. l.Ott pat-
Buy Now! If You Can't Pay Cash, Buy on Time Payments.
A. HOSPE CO.,
DOES your cooking make the
family hungry for more?
Do your left-overs taste as good
as wnen the food was first served ?
Can you vary your menus so that
no one complains of monotony?
If you can't answer these ques
tions satisfactorily, it's probably
the fault of the seasoning. t
give . a surprising zest to the
ordinary dishes. They preserve
their original pungency and are
guaranteed for purity. Any
cooking is better cooking with
their use. Sold by your grocer
at 10 cents a package. ,
Allspice, Cloves, Pepper, Pa
prika, Ginger, Cinnamon, .Nut
megs, Mace, Celery Salt, Pickling
Spice, Mustard, Sage, Poultry
Seasoning and others.
TONE BROTHERS,, Des Moines
Vcfiafers of f Ae faimci Old Gotfea Cofft
Buy Baker Shoes
The above should be a motto in every home where honesty of material and careful
ness of work is appreciated.
The women of this section are rapidly realizing that they occupy a favorable posi
tion in the Style Ranks when they wear "BAKER SHOES."
The quickness of change in style causes us to be now selling shapes not thought of
60 days ago. Consequence a big lot of this season's pomps and low shoes to sell.
Baker sent us a lot more at a price. We are going to have a sale on them
Friday and Saturday, June 25 and 26
$4.50, $5 and $6 Pomps and Low (JJO QtT .
Shoes for refined women ... . . . tPwJ Pair
Friday Suggests Bargains
So wp've listed a few departments most
unusually offerings. End of the June
"White Sale. Prices to ( loan up in two daye.
CORSET COVERS AND DRAWERS
at, only 19?
Sold up to u5c
NIGHT GOWNS Summer weights. . . G9
Sold up to fcl.25.
WHITE PETTICOATS 99t?
Sold up to $2.50.
WHITE PETTICOATS $1.99
SolJ up to $1.50.
A FRIDAY BARGAIN,-Junior Vizes in
"Wash Dres'tt fit small women as well,
at, each $1.00
Sold up to $6.50.
At Linen Section
lrss IJnens in "White and Oyster, up to 45
inch widths, Friday, ptr yard 89p
Sol j up to $2.00 a yard.
Friday we will place on sale Remnants
of yard goods at prices that will represent
a tremendous saving.
WASH GOODS Printed and woven fab
rics of cotton and linen. Various lengths,
many dress patterns
Goods sold up to 35c, per yard . w . . 15
Goods sold up to $1.50, per yard. . . .25c
DRESS GOODS All the popular light
weight fabrics represented. All marked
SILKS Two lots Plains and fancies
Silks that sold up to $1.00, per yard. 39
Silks that sold up to $2.25, per yard.98
WHITE GOODS All the Sheer lines,
short lengths of foreign goods, splendid
waist lengths. Priced regularly from 25c
to $2.50 per yard, all at big reductions.
25-CENT "Hand-Woven Jap Crepe, plains
and stripes, per yard. 7Yt
On Sale at 10 A. M.
62 Women's Tailored Suits
Made from the light wool fabrics and splendidly lined and tailored
at $20.H), $25.00 and $30.00. On sale Friday at, each
OTE We will neither fit
nor alter these suite. They are
not the last word In style, but
Handsome, Serviceable. Practi
cal and at the price will go like
"Hot Cakea on a Frosty Moraine;."
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