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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1915)
T)K HEK: OMAHA, WKDXKSDA V. AT'OPST 2o, 1015.
Women Who Are Boosting Lincoln Highway
Tuesday, August 24, 1915.
prominent girl In a nearby
manner of announrins; her
I.lttla birds are roputr-d
CTets. It took a whole flock of them rerenily find the were
blue birds, too, which signifies happiness to betray the enjraRoiiient of j
this popular girl.
She Invited a number of guests to iu Informal tea at her home and
when the time for farewells came the unsuspertlns; guests grouped them
elres arond their hostess on the veranda. They were suddenly startled
by a fluttering cloud of blue birds released from a rage above their heads. '
The birds showered the guests with tiny envelopes hearing the names of j
their hostess and her fiance. I
At Happy He-llow.
tfr. aad ilra. V. J. Jurnper will enter
tain at dinner this even n at the Happy
Hollow club. Their RtieM will be:
llMri. and Mudimee
R. N. Howe.. Ji. A. Pastor.
M. M. Lyons. C. N.' Thumpnon,
Mrs. 1 Lebart.
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Henry entertain
tea (tiesta at dinner this evening at the
Happy Hollow cluh, and Mr. K. II. Wil
liams will have two guest.
At the Country Club.
Mloa Margaret Druce entertained ten
guests at luncheon toriny at the Country
club, complimentary to Mis Kllsa H.il
sy of blltatoeth, N. J., who is the giient
of Miss Gladys raters. A Urge mound of
sink asters decorated the table.
Miss Oladys Peters will s"lvn a dinner
of seventeen covers Wednesday ovenlng
at tha Country club In honor of her
housa-gueat. Miss Elisabeth llalwy.
At Seymour Lake.
The Cottagera at Seymour Lak Coun
try dub gave an Informal reception Mon
4ay evening for Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .1.
Pell, who have just returned from their
wedding trip to California. Tha first
part of tha evening was devoted to an
ohl-fsiihloned rhartvarl. This waa fol
lowed by a dinner at the club house and
an Improiniuu musical. The guests pres
Messrs. and Mewl rune
J. I lion.
1. C. Podds.
J. D. Klnger.
H. J. Korster,
M. L. King.
C. A. Hiniium,
T. I. Combs,
1. W. W oKl rough,
R. K. tOw.ch,
C. I. Vollmer.
U M lord. ,
J. H. I'arratt.
K. A. none,
A. P. Mid lam,
C. W. HlUt.
J. H. IInyl
Mr. M. Monroe will glvo a dinner of
six covers this evening at tha Seymour
I .alt Country club.
Those taking part on the musical pro.
tram this evening at the Seymour Lake
Country club will Inolude Miss Emily
Clevas. Mlsa Virginia FUley and the
On the Calendar.
The Jewish Ladtea Relief society will
give a plcnkj tomorrow afternoon at
Itansoom park. Frties for the children's
game will ke awarded.
A children's operetta. "Land of Nod."
will, " ,vn at tha Clifton I CUI Preeby
torlan church on Thursday evening, Au
gust St. Tha affair la under tha direc
tion 'of Mrs. Kelson Cornelius.
A picture lecture, showlrui the sconce
long the Uncoln highway, will l,e given
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its evening and Wednesday evening at
the Hamnton theaUr at Fortieth and j
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Hamilton streets by the Lincoln High- i
way Women's auxiliary.
At the rrandeia Theater.
Theaur parties were - given at
Tirardi-ta Monday evening by Mrs.
Wells. Mr. Keweil and Miss K.llera At
today's matlnae those entertaining were;
J. II.. Conrad. Mrs. 8. Hadra, Mra. Ham-
tin, Mra . I). Musgrove, Mrs. J. K
Meyer, Mrs. M. Newman, lira W. Q.
Sliver. Mra, Spelgle, Mra. H. O. Kd-
wards. Mrs. Frank Butts. This evening
parties will be given by Miss O. Southsrd,
C. F. Banner, Mr. George A. Goodman,
Mr. and Mrs. John A 1 person announce
the marriage of their daughter, Eather,
to Mr. Max Moskovlts of Missouri
Valley. The wedding was celebrated Mon-
day artertvoon at i o'clock, at the home , school is located In which Mr. Sunday Is
of the bride s parents. Rabbi Frderlck j deeply Interested. He will speak there a
Cchn performed . the ceremony in the few days beforo coming to Omaha,
presence of relative. The Omaha tnlernacle is all enclosed
The bride wore her go-away-gown of' now. both sides and roof, with the ex
Wue taffeta, with hat to match. Bhe J ceptlon of a email space at the north
carried pink rosea. The ceremony was ! west corner and tho work of fln.sh'ng the
followed by a supper for the wedding Interior and placing tho seats and llghta
guests. The house wss beautifully decor- , Is start. ng.
ated with quantities of pink and lavender
asters, txua una terns. Mr. and airs.
Moskovlts have gone on a wediLna trip
to Chicago and Excelsior Springs. They
will be at home after October 1, In Mis
Miss Irene Rosewater gave a matinee
party this afternoon, followed by tea at
the Fontenelle. la honor of Miss Polly
Cola, who la the gueat of tha Misses
Alice and Catherine Wood worth.
Mrs. V. It. Cola was hostess at an at
tractive tea Sunday afternoon given In
boner of Miss Annie Miller of the Lincoln
tale Journal. About twelve guests were
The Misses Lilian Ilamtuan and Mable
Wright entertained at a nilscllanuo.s
bower Saturday afternoon In honor of
Mlse Mable Heel, whole marriage to Mr.
Oliver Cole takes place In the near future.
Those present were: '
ferg!a V hippie,
.11 1 ah ia..inia.o,
h essie Morris.
Marguerite I 'ah 111.
I 'v.nna MrAndraas,
Mat. I Cola.
Sews of the Wayfarers.
Ulaaae Helen and Paulina Naaon, who
have been In Caliornla for tha last two
moo tha, are stow In Hellowatcne 'Park.
They wtll tour the entire park before re
Among- the Visitors. -
Mr. Ferdiuar.4 Heymann of tarJatown,
Ky.. la the gjet of his alsur, Mis. JJ.
CLrrnUa. tn Council Ulufa. lr. Hey.
roann Is Bnrvtito home- from tha ehriners
convention, i-tvim visited the eiosi
tions and yelluwstona park.
Mra John Vaa itandt Cortelyou and
cl.lldrva of Manhattan. Kan., are the
giU of Mr. Corteiyou's parent, Mr.
and Mrs. 1. IL ituaiilor
state conrlvpl the foilowlns; unique!
to be fon-r telling interesting Be-'
Ir. Carl A. Meyer, who has be n spend-'
.iig his vocation altli h.s mtlirr, Mrs. M .
T. Meyer. In Lincoln, lias returned home.'
Mies Krsnces Totten returned the latter ;
part of the week, after sitenrllng some 1
tlmo with MIks Cornelia Crittenden In i
Mrs. H. c. Miner Iihr rttuineit from
Rtrnniinirton. 111., where she vIMIed her
pin on In and attended luT niece during a
.Miss l.llliR.i Slut, who linn been the
guest of Midi Grace Allison for the last
two weeks will return to her noun In
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
M-. niwl Mra. W. II. Junes are home
in ru three week stnt at Atlantic City.
.Mrs. Chester Nleman Is the guest of
her pn rents, Mr. snd Mrs. C. W. San
ford. In Miifoln.
Mies Anna .Hayes, who hss been the
nUfHt of here sunt, Mrs. Dan Hunt, In
Lincoln, hns returned home.
Miss Marie J. Ryan and Mrs. Charles
W, I'oIIhi'I left th s morning for Sun
Francisco. Later they will go to Seattle
Mr. ami Mrs. II. J. Ileal and Miss Jetier
returned .-"tiniluy from a four weeks' stay
In Wlscons n and Michigan, visiting at
Keyrs, Spread Ksgle and Crystal Iskes.
Mrs. A. 8. Hock well and daughter,
Mildred, have returned from a two
months' trip to the expositions and 1-ong
Reach. Mr. Rockwell joined them at Long
Beach two weeks" ago and returned with
Eailroad to Avoid
Traveling Agent Mallctto of tho Hurrl
man system of railroads, who has had
quarters In Chicago, is In the city. Install
ing the new mailing system for the I nlon
Paclflo that will become effective Sep
tember 16 and which Is expected to save
tha company many thousands of dollars
annually In postage. It la also expected
that the new system will Increase ef
ficiency. Krom the :on Pacific- headquarters
hundreds of letters go dally to New York.
Chicago, Denver and other Important
points on the Harrtman system. Each
letter going to any one of these points,
under the present ptan, pays full rule
postage, though not ono In fifty of the
letters Is of maximum weight to require
the postage ll.
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f'?'- ' h' ; m each office going
"'to the malls to be sent under separate
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paid on each, unstamped, they will go to
T . ,k 'J7
SB sw.ii, wiiviv wvgii oi itni,
Letters for New York will go Into one
pile and letters for Chicago and other
I points Into others. Before mall time the
letters for each point will ha placed In
envelopes, aaqressea to the headquarters
at the point to which they are consigned,
sealed and the postage paid on each. In
: this way the company will escape paying
j fractional postage on each U tter, saving
la goodly sum each day.
Sunday Will Use
. Two Pianos Here
"Billy" Sunday and Mrs. Sunday have
left their ranch at Hood IMVer, Ore.,
where they spfnt tne summer, and are en
loute to Winona Lake, Ind., where a lilble
It has been decided to use two pianos
In the meetings here, though only one
piano has been used In all previous Bun
day lamt.nas. "Itoli" Matthews and Prof.
V. 11. Krewster will be the accompanists.
Rov. John W. Welsh, orgsnlsur for Mr.
Sunday, addressed a large meeting of
Sunday achool super ntendents, officers
and teachers at the Young Men's Chris
tian association on Monday evening.
Dr. NNelsh will be one of tho speakers
st a business snd professional men's din
ner at the Commetvtul club next Monday
evening at o'clock. Webb Uyers of
Ies Molm-s will be the principal apeakcr.
SSr1 Less Time in
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TO CITYJALL GIRL
Genuine Offer of Marriage to Young
Woman Employe Overheard
THE AK3WER REMAINS SECRET
A young, man from Sioux City pro
posed to a yoiinc woman of the city
hall clerical staff. Thinking that his
words were safe from the world, the
young Locblnvar from Iowa put the
question. The world, however, ap
peared In tho person of a third per
son, who unwittingly Invaded this
other little world of two loving souls.
IIn overheard enough to apprise
him of the purpone of the young man.
It wss a genuine proosal. "You can
make mo the liapplcnt man In the world,"
were some of the words overheard in one .
of the offices of the city hall. The young
... 1 . 1. n ... I . V. A knnv f
wuiiiftn in inn nuiona iw iiuiu'i
waa conferred upon her, but will not
say what her answer wss.
This young man, who came "clean from
Bloux City," to propose Is said to bo In
terested In a laundry and Is well able
to provide for his prospective wife.
Another city hall woman who has re
turned from her vacation In New York
la said to have become Imbued with an
unwonted . Interest In the Kniplro state.
Her mall has been Increased by letters
addressed In a bold hand and bearing the
New York postmark.
in the Black Hills
According te reports to the railroads,
while the weather la reasonably clear and
mild over Nebraska. In the Black Hills
It la of a character that Is suggestive
that summer Is on the wane. Nebraska
morning temperatures ranged from W
to 60. The railroads reported clear
weather all the way west to the Rocky
Reports from North Dakota weather
bureau tell of temperatures at and below
freestng at several polits. Uismarck
had a temperature of W, but Fessendcn
Ml not. Devil's Lake and other points
reported lesa than 82. No polnta outside
of North Dakota report freestng tempera
tures, although Valentine. Neb., reports
43, and Broken Bow, 41.
A year ago today the temperature In
Omaha was 8S; two years ago It wss M
Under soma management as
CM that hot day when
j you wish you had some
thing easy to prep
open a package of S
rter a spaghetti.
There are over 50 deli
cious dUhet 70U can pre
fiare easily, and in a very
ew minutes with
Try it with left-over meats, with
tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese.
Skinner's cooks more quickly
than ordinary kinds and is nrm
W tmU a) ImmJImg freaara
rUtaaf Sa.eeif-eMey f
WHEAT QUOTATIONS DROP
ONE TO THREE CENTS HERE
Wheat continued its downward course
nnd In Chlearo the 8et mber option went
below f), the first time since last spring
when It became a traJ'ng commodity. On
the Omaha market there was a drop ft
1 1 to 8 cents per bushel on cash wheat,
j prices ranKlna from WtH cents to 11.12 per
bushel, the wide rango being due to the
fiwn'iiy oi me onenn&. jieceiiis woib
'orn was we.ik nnd lost H to 1 cent.
With sixty-one earlonda on the nuirket,
ho prices were IWAf'k cente per huslicl.
Oats wers even weaker than coin, sell
ing down 1 to m cents, the pri.es tielnr
36 to 3D cents per bushel. There were
thirty-two carloads on the market.
MRS. M. E. MURPHY
ALL HOME COOKING
A la Cnrte Breakfast 7 to 10.
Luneh 11 to 1:30.
Dinner 5:30 to 7:30.
Try the New Service Plair
and Notice the Change.
218 So. 20th Near Farnam.
MERCHANTS TAXI CO.
Te'uring and Closed Cars.
3X0 per kou. Sou,
bvema at M srofceata Hotel.
Robert Morris "Financier of the Revolutiorf'
r' HAS BEEN SAID die three very great men cf our War for Independence were Uahintoa, Franklin
snd iVlorris. In the history of mankind no man ever had a more arduous commission than did Morris in
financing die armies of Washington .The credit of the nation was practically valueless, and time after time
it was the persona credit of Morris which brought forth the money. The financial means raised from his own
private resources made the victory at Trenton possible. henUashingtDn proposed the capture of Lord Cornwall
and his entire army, it was from Morris, the patriot and private citizen, and not from the treasury of the Confederated
States from which the money came. Thus VAshingtons last great victory was made possible, and the long and bloody
struck foe hJational Independence brought to an end. Morris was the first to suggest our present system of National
banM the best banking system that any nation has ever known. He was the first American to send a ship forth
flymguSe Stars and Smfje. lake
the United States. He was very hospitable, and wheneva U&shmgon visited Philadelphia he was the guest cf Morris.
He was ever a moderate user of lirlt wines and barley brews, aruTopposed Rohibirion Laus, which make the many
suffer for the faults cf the few. Fee 58 years Anheuser-Busch have been brewing die kind of honest barley-malt
and Saater hop brews which the wisdom cf Morris knew make for real temperance. To-day at the home of
BUDWE1SER. 7300 people are daily required to meet the natural public demand. BUDWEISEIYS ever
Increasing popularity comes from cjuality, purity, mildness and exquisite flavor. Its sales exceed any other h&r
iy rnilliojis of pottles. ANHEUSER-BUSCH SX LOUIS, USA-
visitors to Sc. Louis arc courteously
our plant covers 141 acres.
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Presenting the New Sport Suits
Attach st aon optm and dost the wisdom of our policy of $tudymg and ktig In iniimatt touch VftS the
ft York ittua'ion, not merely from the mtrchandaing viewpoint, but from the fashion ciewooint, becometmort
aibartnl. It Is a fad that when t'ylet change thty sometime change" 'over night," and only 4j extreme vigilance
havewewn the repu'alion of having the newett, thus gtving our customers the full tear of the fashion season.
New arrivals in
our dress section
of the popular
Serge and Satin
or Taffeta combi
roat effects, Rus
sian Tunics and
8 e m t Princess
with pleated or
plftln skirts, with
yoke effects and
clever styles In
green and black,
New arrivals In
Raincoats In gab
ted tweeds, home
spun and checked
fabrics at $3.98.
Women's IJngerie and Crepe Downs About 25 dif
ferent styles, kimono or Bet-In sleeves, lace and
embroidery trimmed and ribbon rosettes, made full
and long. Specially priced cr
From the Blouse Shop
New Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crepe
Blouses the crepe de chine blouses have
Georgette crepe sleeves, also
stripes '. .
Dark blouses for fall
wear, mostly In plaids
and stripes, some have
Georgette crepe sleeves
$5.98 to $C.5G
invited to Inspect
Anheuser-Busch Co. of Nebr.
Distributors, Omaha, Nebr.
Families Supplied bf(X K Hanssa Dealer Phona Dousjas 1506
Over oi) new patterns,
many new effects, at,
Ribbon Edge Voile.
With stencil borders,
beautiful assortment of
19c and 39c
Endless assortment of
Garden smocks. New
York's fad. Greatly In
demand for outing pur
poses. White. tan
and n p "j
purple ....... VOa
the new black
other new designs, at,
adapted to travel
ers are our sport
stilts la clever
and box effects of
serges, g a b a r
and velours in
both plain colors,
checks, an excel
lent group at
For the chil
dren we have a
of new fall dress
es In plaids,
checks and plain
wine, brown end
black and white.
and pique at
Envelope Chemise of hand-embroidered crepe
and lingerie, dainty trimmings of laces and
embroideries. Values to
11.50, at yC
Our ne line just re
ceived. Special showing
for Wednesday, pair
$4.50, $4.98, $5.98
Maue of very good
grade bungalow net, com
plete with valance, set
Twenty-five pieces of
Duo Voile with colored
side curtains. Regular
60c values. Wednesday,
THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS
A BEE WANT AD
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