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THE BF,F,: OMAHA, FRIDAY, .TWA" HO, 1015.
Thursday, July 29, 1915.
NEBRASKA Is thoroughly well represented In the doings and ssun
terings of all of California.
Miss Pauline Bush of Crwco, an erstwhile understudy for
, Maude Adams, is playing for the movies out In Los Angeles. She
Jim Just married Mary Pickford's manager and now plans to retire. Miss
J3usb Is well known In Omaha, as. she belongs to the Pi Beta Phi sorority
nd Is a member of the class of 109 of the University of Nebraska. The
Influx of native Omahana to the San Francisco exposition is given by re
ports from saanterers there who In one day'a time will encounter any
Dumber of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moorhead and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Baum are at
the Hotel St. Francis In flan Francisco. Mrs. Warren Rogers and daugh
ter, Miss Mildred, and Mrs. Dan Wheeler and Mrs. Louis Bradford, are reg
istered at the Plata hotel, also In San Francisco. Mrs. Guy Cox Is In Los
Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klrkpatrlck of Lincoln are guests of Mrs.
Klrkpatrlck's uncle, 0. W. Wattles, and Mrs. Wattles, at their home in
At the Fielding hotel are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess and Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Clarke.
The wedding of Mis Nellie K1iittr,
daughter of Mr. Charles R. FJmitter, and
Jir. Harold 8. Fell of Cleveland. O., wu
celebrated at 1 o'frrH today at the home
ef the bride's Uncle and aunt. Mr. arul
Ws. N. P. FbIL KabM Frederick Conn
f Temple Israel officiated. Only the
family and Intimate friends were prenent.
The ceremony was performed on the
rpacloue veranda of the Fell home. A
Moral screen encircled the apaoe, the en
closure being banked to simulate a forest
effect with palms, ferns and asparagus.
Studded with Pink gladioli. A color scheme
of pink and green was carried out mainly
In the decorations, pink sweet peas and
feathery asparagus being used throughout
Preoedlng the entrance of the wedding
party. Jflas Marie Swanson played the
1-cheng-rln wedding march, while the soft
trains of the harp were heard tn "The
Angel's Ferensde" during the reading of
the marriage lines Following the cere
mony, the Mendelsohn march was
The bride, who waa presented by her
father, vas most attraotive In her wed
ding gown of sheerest Ivory s4lk chiffon.
The gown was simple In lines, with a
white satin girdle causht at the back
with a large butterfly bow. Crystal and
ed pearl ornamentations were used, the
viodlee being embroidered in crystal de
aler and the skirt and draperies edged
with crystal spheres. The three-quarter
length Mandarin sleeves were finished
with the same crystal sphere. The short
bridal rell was fashioned Putch cap ef
fect, with a frill of Illusion enclrrllng the
fiead and was held In place with real
Instead of the conventional white wed
ding bouquet, the bride carried an arm
bouquet of Ophelia rosea of the moat
delicate ylnklsh tint and llilea of the
Mr. Stanley Fell, Dr. FeHa brother,
waa the best man. There were no other
Mrs. a. It Foil, mother of the groom,
was gowned In handsome black char
meuse, with overdress of black tulle. Mrs.
Nathan Boeewater. also here from Cleve
land, wore sliver gray Georgette crepe.
Mis Anna Fall, the bride's omisln, wore
m. Tlnt flowered crepe de chine with
ruffles and fluting of the white crwpe.
Following the ceremony, a wedding
breakfast was served, the giieets being
seated at small tables of six covers, with
ten covers at the bridal table. Baskets
of Mrs. Ward rosea decorated the table,
the pis res bt-lng marked by favors con
sisting of white china euptda bearing tiny
boxes of lice In the patet shades, each
euptd being used as. a atandard to bear
flowers for each place. Later the bride
rut the wedding cake and herself distri
buted portions of the cake among the
The bride Is the aranjaughter of the
late Mr. and Mr. Edward Kosewater, In
whose family aha was raised after the
death of her mother, and with whom
she travelled extensively both In this
country and In Eiurope. She Is a gradu
ate of the Omaha I Hah sc hool and of
last year's class of Bmlth colics, while
lr. Fell received hU degree In medicine
from the Western Reserve college, fol
lowed by a term of service In the Michael
Beese hospital In Chlcaso.'
Mrs. Fall's go-am ay suit la of midnight
blue gabardine, made Norfolk style and
with a white collar. With thta la worn
a hit of midnight blue satin to match,
with corresponding trimming of white.
Dr and Mra. Fell go to Buffalo and
thi.ce by auto to New England, where
they will tour the Berkshlree and the
White mountains. On their return they
will be at home In Cleveland.
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mra Jack Barber will enter
tain at a beautifully appointed dinner
this evming at the Country club. The
table will be decorated' with large
baskets of . rose asters and covers will be
placed for fifty-four guests.
Mr. B. IS. Fairfield gave a dinner of
eight covers last evening at the Country
club; Mr. and Mra M. C. Petere enter
tained four guests; C. W. Hart of Coun
cil Bluffs, three, and O. C. Redlck, six.
Mrs. W. A. ftiilUi entertained at lunch
eon, followed by brine Wednesday at
her home tn honor of her sister. Miss
I.Inst rom of New Tork City, who baa
tome to Omaha to reside. The house was
beautifully decorated with garden flow
ers, carnations and potted plants. The
prises were awarded to Meedames J. W.
Wood, Alex Jetes. P. Mfhrens. Frank O.
Browne and H. K. Newton. The guests
J H lilr.-hardt O. K. Ioveloy,
V. W. t'rerninan, J. 8. Zipfel.
V ). Browne, It. K liiderwoud.
W. F. I-oree. J. W. Hood.
J. K. Burke. Alex Jetes.
It. W. Vlerling, H. K. Newton,
V. Mehrena. V.'. A- Bmllli.
K J. Wslerg.
riiie Lores. H. Linntrom. ,
With the Visitors""
Miss Katharine Banders has aa her
rueuts the Misses Josephine Bulkley of
Chicago and Helen Gese!r of Macomb,
111. Mra. Bandera gave a luncheon at
ftappy IWlow today In their honor.
Mrs. Harry E. Schiller of Detroit, for
merly Miss Madeline May Relchsnberg of
Omaha. Is visiting her parents In Coun
cil Hluff and her sister, Mra William
M. Umb, In Omaha, the will visit Mr.
fc.i'!ler's parents In Central City, Neb,
before reiiirnlnar home.
Mr. and Mra Joe AniUh of North
r ! t- mnroiA street entertained Wednes
day evrclng at Crlr borne la fc'jnor vt
their sixth wedding anniversary. A num
ber of guests were present from Benson
and Omaha who presented the Host and
hostess with beautiful gifts In honor of
the occasion. Those present were:
Messrs. and Mesdsmes
fl. R. Butler, . I. Ruraelt,
K. Hornrhart. 8, P. Pnreneon,
V. K. Campbell, J. Janek.
At Happy Hollow.
Mrs. T. E. Sanders entertained at lunch
eon today at the Happy Hollow club In
honor of her guests, Miss Helen Oessler
or Macomb, III., and Miss Josephine Bulk
ley of Chicago. Those present wers:
Elisabeth Berryman. farsh fl-ers,
PMlth ('apron, Irene McOuIre,
Katherlno Bturdc- Katherlne Panders,
vant. Margaret Oetten.
Mrs. Victor While entertained eight
guests Informally at luncheon today at
the Happy Hollow club, and Mrs. N. H.
Basmuesen had four guests.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weller will give a
dinner of ten covers Baturday evening at
the Happy Hollow club.
Mra F. R Hoagland entertained seven
guests at luncheon today at the Happy
Hollow club and Mrs. Walter Petersen
was hostesa at luncheon for twenty.,
Mra Porter M. Oarrett entertained at
luncheon today at the Happy Hollow
club. Her guests were:
Jnnnie H. IlJtts, Kittle Hprasve,
. C. Sutton, Carrie Kllet,
KranK iutns.m, J. H. Hu4chJnscn,
Miss Jnsoi'lilne Ruble
A bowling party this morning, followed
by l o'clock luncheon at the club. Included:
B. C. Fowler, Nancy J. Moore.
Loulse Halmon. Julia Klllabaeh.
At the Field Club"
Mlsa Gertrude Keating and Miss Smith
entertained at luncheon today at the
Field club In honor of Miss Ellen Stewart
and Mlaa Weeks, who leave August 1
for Columbia university, New Tork City,
for a year's study.
A small luncheon party today at the
Field club was composed of:
V. It. Uould. n. A. Keaburv
Jack Beaton, Hudolph Koepp
Krsnk Roberts. of Chicago
M tears Misses
Gertrude Branch," Alloe Troxell.
Mrs. A. V. Bhotwell gave a luncheon
today at tha Field club complimentary
to her alster, Mra William Brooks of
New Tork City, who Is her house guest
and for Mlsa Mary Hall of Chicago, the
guest of Mra C. D. Bturdevant A large
basket of gladlolas and correopela decor
ated the table, and covera were placed
W. R, Wood,
E. P. Boyer.
John Im Kennedy,
W. C. Lambert,
C V. Bturdevant,
Parcel Pott Surprise.
A "parcel post" surprise party waa
given Wednesday evening at 8. K. Han
ford's cottage at Carter Lake club for
Mra Martha .Chrlstlancy la honor of
her birthday. Those present, were:
Messra "and Mesdames '
H. C. Barton, A. A. Hollman,
E. U Cain, a. k. Hanford.
L. F. Bhrum,
I B. Bmlth. Carrie Iscoll.
Robert Allen, Lenna Ellsworth.
Meta Wolf. Emily Allen.
Maude Bmlth. Marthena Hanford.
News of the Wayfarer..
Messrs. Hsrry 8. Byrne, A. Hospe.
Oeorge V. Ollmore and Harry Weller
are in Ban Francisco Msttlng tha exposi
tion. Personal Mention.
Mra w. Etstar Is spending a oouple of
weeks wltii bar sister at Gregory, 8. D.
Mr. and Mra. R, B. Nichols and daugtv
ter. Cecelia, left Monday night for a
month's stay tn Denver, fait Lake City
and other western Polnta
Miss Mildred Todd and Visa Margaret
Donelan of PtaUemoutit will return this
evening from Madison Lake. Minn.
Sergeant RuaseJl B. Hendricks of Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., who has been tha
sueat of Mr. Robert Peterson, returned
Wednesday to hla home.
Mr. and Mra. O. E. Engler and Sana
Paul and Howard, who motored In from
Plalnvlew. Neb., last week. irt thi.
Wig for their home, after being the guests
of Mr. Enjrler's mother.
Mrs. W. K. Foote and daughters, Fran
ces and Katherlne, and Mra Virginia
Oyball and Miss Irene Pyball are attend
ing the summer at Colorado BVrlngs and
Manltou. The Omaha colony there are
Planning to visit points In Colorado together.
0hf Heinous Crime!
Man is Pinched for
Smoking on Street
Edmund Alexander gSofelken, who 'was
enlisted In the United Stats navy at the
local recruiting office, was compelled to
admit In writing hla application that he
hc beeti arrestsd. But it wasn't for
Intoxication or hlgliway robbery or mur
drr ttiat Mr. Bohlken had been arrested
It waa for "smoking on the street." He
was aipr-heided for thU awful crime In
7M City, III., the city of the late Alex
ander IMWle. BuMken's home la at SJ07
Ijninaua avenue In thut righteous ilty.
BRIDE OF TODAY WHO WILL
UVE IN CLEVELAND.
J 4 :
V W -l.aVA
CUTS DEATH RATE
Union Pacifio Ha but Half as Many
Employei Killed Second Tear
NOT A PASSENGER 13 KILLED
MRS. HAROLD 8. FEIL.
Nee Miss Nellie Hlgutter.
Resigns Because of
TOKIO, July 2-Vlsrount Kanetka
Oura, the Japanem minister of Justine,
suddenly resigned his portfolio today.
The minister's action, following aa It
doea, the Investigation Instituted by the
minister of Justice into bribery charges
growing out of the parliamentary elec
tions last March, caused a sensation
throughout Japan. The case Involves
several members of the Imperial Diet.
Count Bhlgenbu Okuma, the premier,
reported the situation to Emperor Yoshl
hlto, who sanctioned the resignation of
Viscount Oura. .
The Investigation Into the charges of
bribery growing out of the March elec
tions rcu!ted In the arrest yesterday of
K. Hayaahkla, who had been chief secre
tary of the lower house for twenty years.
The arrest of Hayashlda Is said to be
connected with the charge aaalnat Vis
count Oura, who Is alleged to have re
ceived a present of SMiQ from a candidate
for- membership In the house.
assented hr Chamberlain's Link
'Laat winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatlo nains. atifrneM
and soreness of the knoes, and can con
scientiously say that I never used any
thing that did me so much good." Ed
ward Craft. Elba, N. T. Obtainable)
FINED $100 FOR KEEPING
A DISORDERLY HOUSE
Mis. Ida Rockafellow. 181 J Webster
street, was flnsd l00 and costs In police
court for keeping a disorderly house.
Two girls, Kdith Bohone and Margaret
Lewis, who lived at the place, testified
that Mrs. Rockafellow knew that they
brought men Into the house, and did not
Although the case . savored of white
slave traffic there was not sufficient evi
dence to warrant their being turned over
to the government.
Only half as many employes of the
t'nlon Parlflc railroad lost their lives In
accidents during the fiscal year ending
June n, 15, as lost their lives by ac
cident In the flees I year ending June 30,
1MJ. which was the last year before the
road's bureau of safety waa organised.
During the latter year twenty-eight
were killed, compared with fifty-nine
killed during the former year.
Not a single paens;er waa killed on
the road during the latter year.
Employe Injured durlna; the latter year
numbered 4,537, and during the former
year S.007. Bsssenaers Injured during the
lattT year were 2J and during the for
mer year 333. '
Killed and Injured among employes
during the two years of comparison were
divided as follows:
June 3 1. June &. June .
1I3. 1914. 1915.
Conduitors 72 M M
Engineers ! (W 7J
Hremen Z1H 19 144
Brekemen 2.T8 178
Mechanics' helpers.. .1.X37 1,117 S74
Merh. helpers M 40 S
Htationmen 94 49 ;
Lnoorers 1,W 1.7CI 1,521
Kafrsnae AV express. 39 82 2i
Vsrdmen 112 112 M
fllimslmen M 44 41
Miscellaneous 431 279 273
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tite! Tr. Kins;' New Life Tills stir up your
liver, aid dlgeRtlon, you feel fine the
nest day. Only 25c. All druggists. Advertisement.
Br MRS. SAHAII TYSO RIIRF.R
Stewed C ahbeae.
Chop the cabbage rather fine, soak
It In cold water for one or two hours,
drain, put It Into the large baking dish,
rover . with boiling water, add a tea
spoonful of salt, cover the dish and
cook In the oven a half hour. Drain,
add two level tablespoonfuls of butter
and two of flour, mix, add two-thirds
of a cupful of milk, stir a moment,
season with salt and pepper and put
back In the oven for fifteen minutes.
Peel white skinned or Bermuda onions,
soak them for a half hour, put them In
the baking dish, cover ith boiling
water, add a teaspoonful of salt, cover
and cook In the oven a half hour. Take
them out. drain the water and save It
for stock. Put two tablespoonfuls of
butter Into the dish, sprinkle the onion
with pepper and salt, put them In the
oven, uncovered, for a half hour. Serve
In the dish.
Potatoes aw Gratia.
Chop cold boiled potatoes rather fine.
To each pint allow a half pint of white
sauce; season with salt and pepper, turn
them Into the round or oblong dish, cover
with grated cheese and hake fifteen
minutes In a dulck oven.
Macaroni aw firatlw.
Boll four ounces of macaroni for three
Quarters of an hour, drain, throw It Into
cold water, mix It with a half pint of
white sauce, add a teaspoonful of salt
and! a saltspoonful of pepper. Turn this
Into the round or oblong baking dish, or
the pie dish, dust with grated cheese
and brown In the oven.
Spaahettl Spanish .Creole Fashion.
Boll two ounces of spaghetti until ten
ner; blanch, it In cold water for fifteen
minute. Put two tablespoonfuls of but
ter Into the large baking dish, add a
tablespoon ful of chopped green pepper,
one chopped aweet red pepper and two
tablespoonfulg of chopped onion. Put the
dish, uncovered, In the oven while you
boll the spaghetti. Cook until the onion
Is soft, but not brown. Add a half cupful
of the solid part of a can of tomatoes,
or three fresh tomatoes, a level teaspoon
ful of salt and a dash of pepper. Drain
the apaghnttl, put It into this mixture,
cover the dish, cook In the oven fifteen
minutes, atlr carefully and serve in the
IN EArf YORK
PIFTH AVBNUB 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 Features
Slejte Rooms with Bstb, $3.50 up Double Rooms with Bath, $5.00 a
Ts rniwl meow er to Meers farther lefoesMttoa
sddrss SRKU STERHY, MaMgiaa Draw
Fresh Cake with
the Home-made Taste
Next time you want cake, ask tha grocer to
bring you Sunshine Loaf Cake. It has all the
tempting flavor of the beat home-made cake
absolutely pure, fresh every day.
Loaf Cake 10c
Chocolate, Orange, Creole,
Claret Wine, Angel, Devil's
Food, Raisin and Fruit
A Big Friday Bargain Day in
The Pre-Inventory Sales
i. riB . Jttr Vf ss v f sa fcMn-or,iiwaii r,? ,X 3 he P. V s VL"T ' rfVlr i e--V- ;
ft"'''?-': '' y J 4
of Voiles, Lace Cloth, Batiste,
Dimities, Dress Percale,
Calico, Shirting Prints,.
Fine quality, mostly checks and
broken effects; lengths j i
to 15 yds., yard U2 C
Full atandard grade In dress,
shirting and wrapper
styles; 10c vaU yard
Remnants of fine printed dress
materials, length from 1 e
to 8 yds.; worth to 40c... lliC
8c Crash, 4 Vic
One case of full bleached towel
ing, soft and absorbent;
32-Inch Finest Plisse Crepe, pure
white, pebble weave; n I
15c valne, yard 02C
Highly Mercerised Dress Poplin,
full pieces and remnants t j
up to 16 yds.; 15c vals ... I
Tissue and Batiste
Fine quality Dress Tissue and
genuine Clarem'nt Batiste, f
12ttc vals., yard DC
Beautiful, sheer, rrisp quality in
choicest shades and "7 1
printings. 15c value, yd.. . .1 2 C
Pin Dot Swiss
Fine white pin dot Swiss, 27 Ins.
wide; regular 15c values, in
Friday, yard 1UC
Cambric and Muslin
Bleached Cambric and Muslin,
long serviceable length to f"
15 yds.; 10o vals., yd DC
Wash Goods Remnants
Remnants of silk and cotton
dress fabrics, 27 and f
36-ln.; 35o vals., yard 1UC
Printed Flax on
In dainty floral designs on white
and tinted grounds; e
12Hc value, yard '. 5C
69c Cloths, 57c
Odds and ends hemstitched ta
ble cloths, luncheon size, rT
fine qlty mercer', damask. D I C
98c Spreads or Bolsters, 59c
About 100 fine spreads In the
crochet kind; bolsters of
Marseilles designs ,
10c Towels, 6c
AU-llnen buck towels, hemmed
ends; guest size. While
lot lasts, each
15c Napkins, 7Vc
One lot of full bleached napkins,
hemmed ends; mercer- sy I
Iced kind ; pretty patterns . . I 2 C
Boys' $4 2-Pant Suits, $2.50
About 300. suits in neat browns
and grays. All sizes, 6 n rri
to 17 yrs. Fri. and Sat.. .. DU
Boys' Knee Pants
Knickerbockers in splendid
wearing fabrics; 6 to 17 if
yrs. Worth to $1. pr IDC
Boys' Knee Overalls
Boys' Double Seat and Knee.
One pr. outwears two of A r
the ordinary kind. Pair 4DC
Pumps and Oxfords
1,000 Prs. of women's white can
vas, black and tan pumps rn
and oxfords. $3 vals., pr.. . DUC
Men's, women's and children's
fast black, fine cotton T I
120 seamless hosiery. .. 2 C
for children. Practically all sizes.
Pigskin and bag leather, or
Worth 60c, pair CDC
Boys, this is for you
50c Bathing Suits, at 19c
Plain blue, blue and white and
blue and red trimmed. All ages
Cotton Ribbed Vesta
Women's fine cotton ribbed
vests, all sizes; worth
, all sizes; worth 7 1
, Friday, each I 2C
8izes to 1t. Tan, black calfskin,
patent leather. Worth f tt
to $3.00, pair pl.DU
12 and 18-In. nainsook and cam
brio flouncings and cor- n ft
set cover emb. 19c vals... 1UC
Emb. edges and insertions, up to
2Vi Ins. wide; white and
colors. Worth 6c, yard...
Rare offer In natural wavy
switches, 30 Ins. long.
Regular $5 vals., at...
Asstd. length In all shades of
gray awltches, worth to OA
$4. Special Friday.; OiJC
Fast Colored Wash Edging.. lo
Brandela Sp'l Hose Sup'rs,. . .Jo
Iarge pieces Elastic, 10c val.-l
Clasps, Buttons, Hooks, Eyes-lo
One big lot Rick Rack, Bias
Tape, Braid, ape. Fri., bolt.2'aO
60c Notion Boxes, Fri., ea...JOc
J. ft P. Coata' 2-Cord Thr'd:2sO
Safety Pins, special, card....xo
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A face is not merely a matter of
X JL good dressing it has become
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Sleeveless evening gowns and
filmy fabrics have imposed the
smooth underarm as a detail of the
perfect toilette. But, more than
that, the modern woman finds the
occasional use of
necessary as a toilet refinement.
Women are not using the more
or less harmful and unsatisfac
tory depilatories. They know
that in a few minutes an
occasional use of Milady
Decollete Gillette will
remove- all superfluous
hair, leaving; the under
arm smooth and white. That is
why Milady Decollete Gillette
has been designed a Gillette
especially for women's use.
Women who have been using a Gillette
for years find that it does not roughen the skin
or stiffen the hair. Its use may be discon
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