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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1915)
THE HBK: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
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A MOTOR trip to the college towns eicluslvely li the unique bit of
travel enjoyed by well known Omahans recently. '
' Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, accompanied by their son, Alan,
returned Monday from several weeks' atay In the east.
While east Mr. McDonald purchased a new touring car and the return
trip home wag the try-out ol this new possession. Mr. McDonald and hit
eon are the most enthusiastic college men and they decided to launch the
car in a trip to all the colleges en route home
The party started at Boston and visits were made along the . way
at Wellesley, Harvard. Yale, Cornell and Syracuse Universities. Mr. Alan
McDonald graduated last June from the American Institute of Architects,
where be carried off the highest honors of the Institute.
A pretty wedding took place Sunday
evening, when Mies Dora Sherman,
daughter cf Mr, and Mrs. Julius Sher
man, was married to Mr. Philip Rosen
blatt at Chum Deri" academy. The cerv
inon was performed Ly Rabbi Grod
slnaky. The bride wore a gown of white
aalin, trimmed with J earls and carried
brides' rosea and lUU-s of the valley.
Miss Freda Trustln was the maid ot
honor. (She wore a yellow taffeta gown
and carried Mrs. Wards rosea. Miss
Anna Oreenberg and Miss Naomi Trustln
were the bridesmaids and were gowned
In pale green crepe de chine gowns. Helen
Sherman was the ring bearer and the
ribbons were stretched by Bol Uroets and
little Jeahctte Sherman. Mr. and Mrs.
Kownblatt left for an extended trip to
California and points on the coast. Upon
their return they will reside at 71i
I'arker. The following out-of-town guests
Messrs. and Mesdames
A. Mi rinon of 'jopeka, Kan.;
til. fain, Minn.; 1. Wurman of
A. fialiiakjr of Clarlnda, la.
Viola ityman of I'aula rialitsky of
Hi. I'aul, Minn.; Topeka, Kan.
Mrs. A. t'hernlss of K. Jaul, Minn.
Mr. Iavld Trooedman of Chicago.
Mr.' and Mrs. B. P. Donahue wish to
announce the marriage of their daughter,
Mnlfred. to Mr. William J. Maher of
Ulalr. The wedding was celebrated Mon
day, August . at St. John's Collegiate
church, Rev. Father Uronsgeest officiat
ing. The bride and groom were attended
by Ir. and Mr. M. Mailer of biutr.
The marriage of Mlu Florence Alex
ander of Omaha, daughter of Mrs. Ada
K. Alexander of this city, and Captain
Htudcnberg of the United States army
was celebrated Monday, August 16, ii
the Idaho building of the Pan-American
exposition at San Francisco. - The wed
ding was quiet and was followed by a
reception. Captain and Mrs. (Hudenber
will leave in a month for Honolulu,
where they will reside.
Captain and Mrs. Daniel O'Connor en
tertained at their home on Sunday even
ing for their guest. Miss Ksther Dennlson.
Those present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames
1-dwant Carroll, 'i nomas Kn,
lairlik liartranan, Daniel O'Connor.
John r:vln. .
J .on Is Coffinan,
William A. tlumett.
1 nomas Kane,
Mr. and G. Arthur Melcher enter
tained at luncheon Sunday In honor of
Dr. Clarence; F. Tatten and Mies Frances
Melcher, whose wedding will fake place
Htptember 13. The tablo was prettily
decorated In green and gold. The cen
terpiece was of marticolds and ferns and
concealed miniature brides' slippers an
nouncing the weddmg. Covers were laid
Messrs. and Msdnms
Howard Mutton, Willlajn O. Rice,
O. A. Melcher.
Dr. Clarence F.
N. K. Urlgliam,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Flyers entertained
Informally at dinner Monday In honor of
thtlr daughter's second birthday anniver
sary. The hostess was assisted by the
Missea Greco Donahey, Violet Byers
and Pany Miller. The guests Includud:
Menv end Mesdames
R. K. WlUun and family.
.? K. Pray and family.
F. M. Miller, J. luttahey.
A. Itelns. ,
M !, M
Cora Htmia. Ellen Mitchell,
fc'inice Mitchell, les Moines.
I ms Moines;
M"inr. - Messrs.
i W. Hvr. Ilnliih ilyers,
(i(n Miller. Kay Hyera. i
Wa.'ter Mel x. - - .
At the Field Club.
Mr. J ark and Mr. Tom Redmond will
entertain at dinner this evening at the
Field club In honor of Mr. Gorge K.
Wooley of West Point, who is vjsltlng
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Wooley. Covers will be placed for:
Menrs. end Mesdames ,
T J l-wyer, T. P. Redmond.
flwrne F. Wiwley, Lyman Phillips,
Jtlih Powell. Jack Redmond,
t'tillen Itwt. Tom Redmond.
AH ett J.-I f.-ri.
Mr. fciid Mr. Frank If. Myers wilt en
tcrta'.n elslit guents at dinner Wednesday
at the FMd Hub.
The Tri-Clty Dfntal society will gWe a
dinner of 1W covers this evening at the
At II"tt Hollow.
Mr. and Mra. I,. J. Nelson will give a
dinner tUis evening at the Happy Hollow
- Hub In honor of Miss Fanny liayden of
Roeton, who 1 the g.ust of 'Dr. and
Mrs. R. W. Pollard, and for Mra. W.
A. Reahn of Indianapolis and Miss Mary
Ryan of rk-atllo. vlmtors at the home of
Mus Pell Ryan, t-itrhteen guests will
Mrs. E. W. fiunther had twelve guests
at luncheon today at the Happy Hollow
Linnets will be given this evening by
E. R. Williams. A- O. Ruchanan, W. D.
William and Julius Kewler.
The nn-U cf Jli.s Alke M.-Donald
)f the houth tfuo and Mr. William J.
Purke vh, ci.hrattd at St. Ifridget's
iiiuicli Mi.dy nioriiiiiK. Uev. Fattier
' ( V!!hh.-.ii iK-i foi tiled the trrrmuny,
M.d .Miiturii Welen and ilr. J. Uo)d
fci'e Urn or.ly eltrndt lit. IiiiiHliaU ly
k'T lbs , iiii ili the yo'.nx people Irfl
i. r I - i - r at: J oli cr lUlora Jj point tor
Tuesday, August 17, 1915.
On the Calendar.
The members of the Columbian circle
will entertain Wednesday afternoon at
Its hall at Twenty -second and Locust
at t 30. ,
The weather permitting, the Jewish
Ladle' Relief society will give a picnic
at Ifanscom park Wednesday. Mrs. Rose
Stern Is chairman of the committee en
arrangements. . i
At the Erandeis. 1
Mrs. J, W. Towle gave a box party this
afternoon at the Ilrandels and this even
ing Mrs. Hugo Pmlth will entertain
Newt of the Wayfarers.
Mr. and Mrs. E. It. McMahon are In
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Chase, who have
been visiting In Los Angeles, are now at
8a n Diego enjoying the exposition.
Personal Mention. " ,
Messrs. Robert Htrehlow, Frank Bio
ta k, Robert Christie and Arthur Htrehlow
left today foe a eemirine; trln to Valley.
Mr. Dave Trued man of Chk-ago has
left for Denver after a two weeks', visit
with friends In Omaha. Mr.' Truedman
came on for the ' Sherman-Rosenblatt
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace left yester
day for a month's visit at the expositions
and other roast cities. ' Dr. Wallace will
preside at the meeting of the National
Association of Dental Examiners, which
will meet In the Council of Deputies for
the Delta Sigma Delta fraternity, and at
tend the Panama-1'actrio. Dental congreea.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Frank Mach and Mr. and Mra, II.
Goettsche have returned from a fishing
trip to Cumberland, Wle,
Mrs. A. Chernlss, Mrs. A. Cumcnoff and
Miss Vloia Hyman of St Paul who were
guests at the Hherman-Roeeublatt wed
ding, have returned home. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Heraberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh T. Cutler and Mrs. J.
Mandelberg returned Monday from a
motor trip to Minneapolis and . Lake
Cheek Voar Rammer C'oh7
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will stop
your cough and strengthen your lunsa.
Get a bottle now. Only 2.V. All Hmr.
gists. Adverllsrimnt. ; . .
Mayor Dahlman Has :
Proclaimed for War ;
of Nations Show
Mayor James C. Dahlman has Issued a
proclamation . urging , Omaha people to
fcttend the big Pain fireworks' celebra
tion at the county fair grounds near
Bensun, when the "War of Nations" la
presented In pyroteclinique. Following 1
the proclamation: '.'.-'
Feeling that the DoukIbs Countr AirrU
cultural Society, wlioan object la to en
courage the rasing of agricultural pro
duct within our county, should he en
couraged In lta efforts to erect buildings,
etc., for the display of products at our
county fairs, and for the purpose of
rimtneing tnu project, have arranged with
the Thearle-Paln'a Plreworka company to
Place on the grounds at Benson, which
they have procured at their own expense,
the great pageant and fireworka display,
the 1 War of ftatlonu," August 17 to fci.
and while we are at peace with all na
tions, we are all Interested In the new
methods of warfare used In the warring
lountrtfS. therefore we can enllmliten
ourselves as to these methods by view
ing mis pageant.
Now, therefore, I, James C. Dahlman,
mavor of the city of Omaha, do hereby
urge upon the cltlsena of Onmha that
they show their appreciation of the ef.
forte of the Dourlaa County Agricultural
octet v by attending this great pageant,
in war ei canons.
W"W I B
sometimes that tbejr are dull la
mind, depressed in apiriU, and that I
they have headache, backache,
and sufferings that make life
aeern not worth living. But these
conditions seed te only temporary.
They are usually caused by Indigestion
or bilicusriea and few doses of
wi!l qnick!y, eafely and eertably
right the wrong. This famous family
remedy tones the atomach, stimu
lates the liver, regulates the bowels,
Eeecham'a Tills cleanse the system
of accumulating; poisons and purify
the blood. Their beneficial action
hows . in brighter looks, clearer
complexions, better feeling. Try
them, and you also will find that they
Dbectleae mt special value rus
ftvU ?, la eae 10-c, 24a,
. S..t back,
brt-allng- labor. Ak Your tirocor.
nEIiCIiniiTS TAXI CD.
Touring aad Closed Care.
j.00 pr hour. Ziug. 4500.
. f.iiud at Mrt.l.. ( s
TO OPENUP SOOII
Long Time Lease Secured by A. H,
Blank of Des Moines, Who Has -Several
TO REDECORATE THE nnERIOB
' A long-time leas on the American
theater has been obtained by A. II.
Blank of Des Moines, who will start
Immediately to remodel the building
nd prepare It for a moving picture
bouse, to be open to the public la
Negotiations have been on for
gome time through W. Farnam Smith,
gents for the building, and Arthur
Brandels, owner, hag now com back
from New York and closed the deal.
Mr. Rlrnk Is In Omaha together with
H. M. Thomas, who la to be the man
ager of the new theater to be known as
The Strand." Mr. Thomas has In the
past managed theaters In Chicago, St.
Liouis, Kansas City and San Antonio. Mr.
Plonk controls ot present a number of
high olass theaters In Iowa, Including
"The Garden" at Des Moines and the
hew SlOO.OiM) theater to be opened In Dav
enport the middle of September.
- Redecorate Interler.
"The Strand la going to become one of
the most popular amusement resorts In
this city, "says Mr. Rlank, "The Interior
Is to be decorated In old rose, Ivory and
gold, and new drapes, carpets, and elec
tric light fixtures will be Installed and
the lighting system changed. The entire
front will be outlined with over 2,000 hun
dred lamps, as well as three electrio
signs. The latest moving picture machines
have been ordered, as well as a special
screen, and a large and novel stage set
will, be .used something that has never
been seen hee before.
"We will follow the plans of the Strand
theater in New.Tork. which la the talk
or the entire United States, and I feel
sure that the citizens of Omaha will ap
preciate the high class entertainment f-
Architect N. T. Voree of Des Mnlna
who doee all the architectural
Mr.' Rlank's theaters, has Ms blue prints
all ready prepared for the remodeling
work on the American, which Is to start
To the Pnblte.
"I feel thntl owe the manufacturers of
Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy a word, of gratitude,"
writes Mrs. T. N. Witherall, Gowando,
N. y. . "When I began taking this medi
cine I was In great pain and feeling ter
ribly sick, due to an . attack of summer
complaint. After taking a dose of It I
had not long to wait - for relief as It
benefited me almost Immediately." Ob
tainable everywhere. All druggists.
CITY NOT TO DROP SUIT
AGAINST THE OAS COMPANY
E. W. Elnnett, president of the United
Improvement Clubs, sent the city council
a eonimunlcatlon, urging that the II gas
rate stilt be not dropped by the city
legal department, as a "vital principle
Is Involved.". Mayor Dahlman announced
there Is no Intention 'to drop' this suit,
notwithstanding the recent voluntary re
duction by the Omaha Gas company.
Never Before v
Have we been able to
high character ,desigrjs
I Has triple mirror.
- If ,n ' i v ' ''tin 1
rij. MX . x i
Mahogany $24.50 Mahogany $28.50
Walnut .....$20.00 Walnut ...$29.50
An Unusual Suite nt an Unusual Price.
Orchard & Wilhelm Coe
fust as temptln1 and eptLdng.
the beef and inner' a Klacaronl cooks In 12 minutes. That
makes IoU of cL.:erence in the summer.
Try Elinnar' once anj you will always eedor by Came. The taste UHs'
Uie story, f or suie el Uiixng frecsrs.
Skinner Mf g. Co-, Omaha, Neb.
TO CHANGE HOUSE NUMBERS j
Zleffner Wants the Numbers to Run
Consecutively to the Limits of
TO CHANGE SOME OF THE 5 AMES
Superintendent Kloffner of the mall de
livery department at the postofflce pre
sented to the city council a plan of pro
posed changes In street names and num
bers ef Greater Omaha, as outlined by
The Bee several weeks ago. The mat tor
will be taken up by the city council com
mittee of the whole next Monday morn
ing. It Is proponed to number the north and
south streets consecutively south of
Dodge street In the same manner these
streets now are numbered north of
Dodge street, thus maklrg the extreme
south block about "(.900."
Another proposal Is to change Lincoln
avenue to Center street, to avoid con
fusion with Lincoln boulevard.
The names of Paige avenue. Kent
street. Commercial street and Jackson
street, on the Houth Hide, will be changed.
The postofflce officials would like to have
Madison avenue (which consists of one
block between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
streets) changed to Lake street. Inasmuch
as It la In reality part of Lake street
Monroe avenue (Thirtieth to Thirty-first)
will be changed to Newport avenue, so as
to make the latter street continuous.
Easter Lily is
Blooming Now. in
. ' Village of Benson
Mrs.- 3. Milton Shay, 261 North Sixtieth
avenue, Benson, had an Easter lily when
they, were In season, -and In about ten
days It was apparently dead.
Khe saved the bulb and planted It In
the back yard of -the house as an ex
periment, to see what the plant would do.
In a short time It to6k root and began
to grow with the aid of plenty of water
and a great deal of nursing.
Three buds came forth,- two of which
are In full bloom and heavily laden with
the lily odor. Taking Into consideration
the soli and time of year It Is a novelty
in the horticultural line.
PRICE OF PAINT HAS
TAKEN ADECIDED DROP
"Going down," that' Is the word In the
paint industry today.
House and floor paints have dropped 15
cents a gallon and salesmen in the field
all over are notified of that fact.'
Paint has been abnormally high since
some time after the - European' war
started. It was boosted on the pretext
that it must follow the advance in sine,
which advance waa said to have been
occasioned by the demands for sine in
the war sonee. The drop of 16 cents a
gallon la 'just a step toward reducing
patnt to the price level it occupied be
fore the advance in sine came.
FIFTH REGIMENT GOES
. INTO CAMP FOR A WEEK
Tuesday the companies ot the Fifth reg
Iment, Nebraska National . Guard, were
mobilised - at Crete, where they will go
Into camp ' for the balance of this and
the first half ef next week. It Is expected
that some 800 men will be In camp. '
offer euch an assortment , of
In Period Furniture at such
Mnhogany and American
walnut Charles II de
sign. Note the twist ef
fect the cane in panel in
J Walnut ......'..$32.00
J To match Dresser.
Mahogany ..... .$29.00
To match above pieces.
Cane panel effect.
Eat Less Meat
There is more nutriifttnt;
and food value in a
tfian !a an eighty cent cut of;
beef and it can be made into m dlah'
it take lots of heat to cookj
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New Autumn Apparel Is Arriving
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What will th rV yk itylet b Tht question th hour. Premtt sayt, "thty or tart to b
tmplrtd by the heroic detJ of today and will b jrtt from ell that t agly and exaggerated. " Out New
York repre$entatte are In constant and intimate communication with the original touted of.fathhn and fa
miliar with the everyday tente of the developing ttyles. It it only a matter of hour, from the time Net
zor tae up a new idea to the
And the Fint Fash
ions in Fall Suits
are significant. No longer
straight and severe, nor too
plainly simple, they show
the trend of Fashion toward
style and Individuality.
Broadcloth, French serge,
whipcords, gabardines, in
warm and dark tones, are
the predominant materials,
with some handsome velours
and fancy materials for
more elaborate styles.
We pride ourselves partic
ularly on a series of new
suits we. now have priced at
Very clever new combina
tion serge and satin or taffeta
street dresses for early fall,
$19 to $35
Oriental Rngs at 20
To make room for a large Eastern purchase,
we offer for the next two weeks our entire stock
of Oriental Rugs, consisting of man fine rugs,
Royal Ka$hans, Sarouks, M etched
besides many other desirable rugs, at a discount
of 20. If yon contemplate buying an Oriental
Rug later for your own use or as a present, come
ana mase your purcnaae now at
Ice Cream Day
Quarts, 20c; Pints, 1 0c
.. Pompeian R'oom
-- - j
time it it thoum at U)ran!el$ Store.
a great sarlng.
4o Face Clothe Called "M1U Seconds.'
Mother! Let's Go in
Here! They Sell
YOU simply have to let the children have
their way in this, for it's YOUR way.
Cool, refreshing Ice Cream is the best
food and tonic you can buy for your youngsters.
jinJ, for your
business via the "Business
Street and After
are seen, sometimes the turn
of a sleeve, the style of the
waist, its trimming, the cut
f the skirt, and other ideas
new and beautiful.
. Sometimes they are of two
or three materials, cleverly
combined, but the most pop
ular are taffetas, crepes,
charmeuse and Georgette.
New sport skirts, large
assortment of stunning new
stripes, checks and plaids,
$5.93 to $10
Special , Towel Sale
Main Floor Linen Section.
5c Towels Hemmed ends, fancy borders: A
soft and absorbent; guest size. Special each. ,rC
10c Full Bleached Huck Tewele Fancy red bor
ders, hemmed ends; size 18x88 Inches n i
Special, while 200 dozen last, each....'... OjC
35c AlULInen Huck Towel Hemstitched ends,
made of fine quality German huck; QC
18x38 or 20x40 Inches. Special, each ...aDC
30c Roller Towels 3V6 yards long, ready to use;
with red or blue borders; soft and absorb- ey A
ent. Unexcelled for wear. Each 4C
15c Bleached Turklah Towels Hemmed 1 r) I
ends, large else; soft and fluffy. 8pe., ea, 1 z C
29e Turkish Towels Plain white and norelty
plaids and stripes. Coloring absolutely r m
fast Special, for one day only, each... JLC
own jake, It
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