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By MELUFICIA. Wdncsday, September 1, 1915.
STRAW hat are tabooed today that Is, If you're a man.
From bow on, no matter how cherished the possession of a
Panama or any of lta kin may be, you must place it carefully away,
friends, for another date. Around our Grain eicbange this morn
ing things were fairly pacific. No gay head gears were torn In strips, as
la their yearly fate in Chicago, but It Is of note that a few thoughtless
Straws that entered farorlte' downtown haunts this morning found a way
of hiding themselTes, to be called for snrreptlously at a later date.
"Dob" Rutledge of the Union Pacific headquarters left his home dar
ingly this morning looking his beet In a lovely Panama. Mrs. Rutledga
reminded him that It was September 1, and "Dob's"' answer was, "Not on
your life; we are going to have hot weather yet." "Dad" Weaver was
greeting his friends at 9 a. m. In a good looking straw hat Just as though
It were July 1, and a few strays were found around the newspaper offices.
There might have been a few less here had it been Saturday rather than
Mr. Robert Burns remembered the day and sallied forth with a brand
new felt Ills straw he claims had bad a couple of rough voyages recently,
otherwise It would have been In evidence this morning. Mr. A. B. Warren
discarded bis straw hat several days ago, unmindful of the date because
of the chilly weather.
Defying conventionalities, Messru. T. M. Orr, A. C. Wakeley, Prank Wal
ters and Sam North donned straws.
Here It Is! Latest Fashions;
Ankle Watch, Silhouette Skirt
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Foy will entertain
nine guests at dinner thli evening at tha
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton will give
dinner at the Country club thl evening-
In honor of their nut, MIm Urace
Wiltshire of ln Angeles, Cal. Covers
will be placed for:
Meaars. and Mealtime
Edward Porter O. M. Wllhelm,
J'eclc, John A. MoShnne,
Jlrtor Caldwell il.irdon A. Wattle,
tianlel C. Htapieton, Frank Hamilton.
A, I Reed,
Mix Urace Wiltshire.
r. P. Klrkendall, 'Warren Itogers. .
Charlea W. Hull.
Dr. W. O. Bridges.
At Happy Hollow Club.
The Wedneeday morning bridge club
held their regular meeting and luncheon
today at the Happy Hollow club. Three
tables were placed for the game.
Mrs. J. Weeth will entertain twelve
guests at luncheon tomorrow at the
Happy Hollow club; Mrs. R. L. Roblaon
will have eight guests; Mrs. W. J. Cut
ley, six; 1. A. Medlar, four, and Mrs. W.
II. Rhodes, eighteen.
At the Field Club.
Mr. Hawthorne Panlels and Mr, C. E.
Hunter wll entertain gueata at dinner
this evening at the Field club. Saturday
evening Mr. Daniels will give a dinner of
alx coven at the Field club.
The members of Ladles of Viking sur
prised Mra. A. (J. Larson Saturday after
noon at her home In honor of her birth
day. Those present were:
PRESIDENT GENERAL, D. A.' R.,
COMINO TO OMAHA, '
Kdwnrd Htune, .
K. V. Jloldt.
A. J. Aim,
A, (t. Iraon.
To Honor Bride-Elect
The MUsea Pauline and Dorette Adler
entertained thirty-five guests In honor of
Miss Blanche Monheit, whoae marriage to
Mr. Leo Klein will be eelobrated this
month. Miss Ooldie Melcher will enter
tain Thursday afternoon In honor of
Mtas Monhett and Sunday afternoon the
Mlteea Hattle- and -Nora Fred will enter
tain for the same honor guest.
The wedding of Mies Mabel Iluien and
Mr. Oscar Walker of La eh rot. lfo, was
celebrated last evening at the parsonage
of the Diets Memorial church, 1007 Pierce
street. The Rer. Charlea N. Dawson,
pastor' of the church, performed the
ceremony at T:S0 o'clock.
For Honie Guest
Mrs. J. M. Metcalf entertained vary In
formally at a bridge luncheon today at
her home on South Tenth street, la honor
of her guest. Miss Anna Tlbbltts of Lin
coln. Concert Ak-Sar-Ben Week.
The directors of the concert aeries.
Messrs. IjmiIs C. Nash. Genres Brandeis,
C. C Beldea and Lucius Pryer met yes
terday, morning. The flrat concert of the
series will be the Boston Symphony
orchestra, which will be heard here on
Thursday evening, October 7, at the Audi
torium, This date Is on the eve of the
Ak-far-Bcn ball and the event of Ak-8ar-Ben
week. Many parties from the state
are planning to attend and from all re
ports It prom' sea to be. the gayest event,
with the exception of the beJV for the
t a. ....
Mlas Dorette Adler has returned from
aa eight weeks' sojourn on the Pactfle
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stoker of New
Tork city are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Cuacaden and Judge, H. Maoumber.
Mra Stoker was formerly Mlaa Sarah
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Beckett left yes
terday for aa extended trip through the
Mrs. Andrew Roeewater returned Tues
day from a stay of several weeks In Chi
cago The Mlaaea Nina and Louise Diets re
turned Sunday from Long Island, where
they apent the summer. . .
Mra WUllam Headman and Mrs. E. R.
'l!son and daughters. Jane and Eleanor,
returned Monday from Lake OkoboJL
here they apent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Montmorency are re
cMving congratulations on the birth of
Mr. George L. Fisher and MUa Edith
Fisher have returned from a summer
spent at Battle Creek. Mich.
Mr. and Mra. George L, Loomts and
family are hack from their eummer home
at Thousand Islands, in the St. Lawrence
Mr ftcorae A. Peiolval Is bark from
fct. Lou's, where he spent the cummer as
principal of one ef the Presbyterian
hools. He Wll remain until the middle
r the month, when he will return to
Auburn. N'. ' Y.. ' to resume his studies
In the theological seminary there.
Among; the Viiiton.
Mlaa Mildred Johnson of Chicago ar
rived this morning to be the guest of Miss
Reglna Connell for several weeks. Miss
Johnson and Mlas Connell were class
mates at Dana Hall last year.
At Carter Lake Club.
The Carter Lake Swimming and
Bowling club met yesterday for luncheon
at the Carter Lake club. The afternoon
was apent In bowling and Mrs. J. F.
T ,1 1. 1. ' . - . 1 . ... .
i vanu nmue man icors, nineteen
. members were present.
I Mrs. W. J. Cattln entertained elvteen
guests Tuesday at her cottage at Carter
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bralley will give a
dinner th a evening at the Carter Lake
club for the members of the Carter Lake
Swimming and Bowling club and their
Omaha Women to
Meet D.Ji, R. Train
Omaha Daughters of the American
Revolution are planning to meet the
Daughters of the American Revolution
special, headed by Mrs. William Gum
ming Story, which will pass through
Omaha. Saturday afternoon, en route to
the Ban Franclaoo fair. The train, bear
ing several hundred women, . arrives at
l:S and leavea at 4:10 over the Union
Pacific ' '
la the absence of the state regent. Mrs.
C H. A till, and the regent of the Omaha
chapter. Mrs. F. R. Straight, both of
whom are at Chaiitaun.ua, N. T., Mra
William Archibald, resent of Viator luu
Sadler chapter, will head the delegation
of the local women, who will meet the
The board of directors , of Major laaae
Sadler chapter will meet at Mrs. Smith's
home early ' Saturday afternoon to plan
the program for next year. The opening
meeting will be October I
On Arrested Men
More tban thirty watches wer fnutwt
on the persona of Clyde Moore. W. Jer
vlch and George Miller, arrested by the
Dollceon s. chares rtt nAAHnm UmIm
t . . . . .
a fw waiiuv wsrs loencinea ny Fred
Brodegaard aa having been stolen from
his store at Union.
The men also had two saws commoniy
used by burglars In their possession.
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HOT LUNCH HELPS
RURAL SCHOOL KIDS
Merita of Plan Explained to Doug
las County Teachers by State
LITTLE GIRLS WASH THE DISHES
Hot lunches are cooked and served
In a number of the rural schools of
Pouglas county now. The policy Is
In the Interest of building; better
bodies to be the temples of better
nlnds. Superintendent Yoder says
the work Is being constantly ex
tended. Mrs. II. J. Gramllch of the State
university, who Is Instructing classes
In the annual Douglas County Teach
ers' Institute in the court house, ha
a full sample set of the utensils re
quired for rsrvlng warm lunches to
Teachers were to'd of ways and m"a"'
of getting the cash to carry out this
Idea for better nutrition. Pome of the
teachers, she said, have held entertain
ments to which a small admission was
charged and this money was used in
buying thoe things which csn't be
brought from the homes. Others have met
success by asking the pupils to bring a
cent or possibly S cents per day for the
"Care must be taken," she said, "not
to have the lunches too heavy. For ex
ample. If you are going to have baked
beans on the warm lunch on a certain
day, tell the children not to bring meat
or egg sandwiches."
h Idresj Io the Work.
Some of the school have warm lunheti
only on certain days of the week. Others
have them every day. In any case sev
eral girls are selected to take charge ol
serving food and washing up the dishes
each time. Boys are made monitors of tht
cooking utensils and put them away in
a box with a hinged door after each
meal. Thus the lunches serve the doubl
purpose of nourishing the bodies and
teaching the children useful accomplish
ments. JDenliens of the county jail though'
they heard angel voices when sh
brought her class of teachers In "dra
matlzatlon" out In the corridor on th
,'oiirth floor and they went through th
dnce evolutions accompanied by a gent
little child song, "Swing, swing around 1
a circle, children; bow to your partners;
bow, bow, how."
Thursday the more experienced teach
ers In the county's srhno's will Join tho
others who have been li re since Monday
and the two biggest days of the Instltuto
will be begun.
BENSON WOULD CONNECT
SEWER WITHDUNDEE TANK
The city council referred to the super
intendent of publio Improvements a re
quest from E. C. Hodder, attorney for
the village of Benson, for permission to
connect the newer system of the south
end of the village with the septle tank
system In Dundee. An action In court
was taken some time ago to prevent the
Benson people establishing a septlo tank
at Fifty-sixth and Boyd streets.
:iTY BUSINESS BRISK
IN VARIOUS LICENSES
During August the city license depart
ment collected (2,073.60 for 157 llosnses
sstied. Fourteen pawnbrokers were In
duced to contribute 150 each toward the
expenses of the city. The collections dur-
ng August last year were Sl97.70. This
year to date the department received a
.otal of 114.223.50.
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HARRY K. THAW FILES
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PITTSBURGH. Pa.. Sent, t u.w v
Thaw, through his attorneys. Stone
Dions, to is afternoon fiiea a petition In
common pleaa court . asking a divorce
from his . wtfe. Evelyn Nesblt Thaw,
charging mlnoonduct with John sr.
of Ksw Tork.
NewasNaper Man ReewaaaaenaU It.
"R. B, Wentworth of the 8t James,
(Mo.), News, writes: "Two month ago
1 took a severe cold which settled la my
lungs and I had such pains In my lungs
I feared pneumonia. I got a bottle of
Foley's Hooey and Tar and It straight
ened me up Immediately. I can recom
mend It to be a gouuins cough and lung
medicine." Many mothers write this
reliable medicine cured their children of
croup. Itay Fever and asthma sufferers
ssy If gives quick relief. Sold every,
Advices from New Tork are to the
effect that the fall fashions, includ
ing the ankld watch, have arrived
and that they are stunners.
In a short time madam's beet
friend, male or female, will not be
able to recognise her. She will be
garbed In a coat with a huge fur col
lar that will hide her faco up as far
as her nose, and will wear short,
voluminous skirts, reaching but a
few, a very few, Inches below the
knees. She must show the tops of
her boots this season, and they're
making the boots very high.
Rainbow Pigeon Ornament
If madam wants to be in the best
of form she niuBt buy . a rainbow
pigeon and carry it on her wrist.
This will mean that, since It would
be rather awkward to ask the pigeon
to move every time she wants to con
sult the wrist watch she will have to
dispense with this ornament.
Instead, she will wear an ankle
watch. It's a rather perilous pro
cedure, consulting an ankle watch
while walking, so the kind Parisian
dressmakers are sending over some
divided skirts. They're something
Ilka the directolre, only mora so.
The Blit Is about three Inches wide
and starts at the hip. '
Fur Cuffs o-s Knee
Madam will wear pantalettes un
der them, and the trouserettes have
cut little fur cuffs at the knee. This
makes it a bit easier to get the ankle
In the strategic position necessary to
consult the watch, but It Is probable
that a majority of the women will
have to catch hold of a policeman or
a lamp post to see what time it is.
Charles Kursman, an Importer,
Just returned from France, describes
soma novelties in the autumn fash
Ions for women, among them being
high-top boots with a dainty gold
watch resting on the ankle.
The Silhouette Skirt
The silhouette skirt, shortor and
wider than ever, will , prevail, and
the J off re wrap, - which takes its
nam from France's war hero, will
soon be displayed in the shop win
dows. Hosiery is to be the gayest,
the ultra violet rays to predominate.
"The skirts are to be shorter and
very much wider," said Mr. Kurs
man. "They will be worn with
high, fancy boots and varl-colored ,
"The high hats will be pulled
down forward over the eyes. j
"Before returning I visited the
Jenny collection In Paris and, in
spite of the war, 'it was greater,
grander and better than ever. I
was at the resort Ezalns le Bains,
where the fashions were of the gay- j
est. I have found the war has made J
the styles more sensible and wear-1
The photo here shows Miss Kay
Lanrell, one of the beauties of the
Ziegfleld "Folkes," wearing the new
SMthe Year toah mm Cal.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey goes tight to the '
spot. Checks the couxh. eases the the.ut '
kills the cold germs. Only So. All drug,
Hie etoro of Combs of
fers you a bigger an. I
better selection of ex
quisitely designed jew
elry than ever before.
Many new and novel
pieces aro shown in our
Let Combs fulfill your
Our efficient repair
department is always at
! TI..C xIewelers I
SECOND DAY, THURSDAY
of the Great Sale of the
$39,000 Stock of Fall Shoes
purchased by us from the
S. A. PIERCE & CO., Council Bluffs
There will be no slackening anywhere in the lively interest this great sale has produced.
Our thousands of customers the first day will advertise the good news broadcast.
It is hardly necessary to talk about the sale of the Pierce stock of shoes, since Its im
portance has been recognized by thousands of Omaha people the first day. Nor need we
say much about the shoes themselves the S. A. Pierce & Co. were known for forty years
as dealers in only the most reliable and highest grade shoes.
What we want to emphasize most is that right now, on the threshhold of fall, you can
buy the shoes you need at
ABOUT HALF PRICE
Who, but Brandeis Stores, could make this a possibility?
FALL SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
we m sell all of the Men's Shoes, Strong
& Garfield, Stetson's, etc. Pierce's Co qc
retail price $5.00 and $6.00, at. . . v-SeUeJ
We will sell all of the Men's Shoes made to
retail at $3.50 and $4.00, many o Cf
famous makes, all sizes, at, pair. . .'"
We will sell all the odds and ends in Men's
Shoes of all kinds, Pierce's tO or.
price to $3.00, pair J-SeUU
All the Misses' and Children's Shoes, patent
ana ami .earner ?nd aj-i At
We will sell all the Women's Shoes, worth' '
$5 and up, such mak'.s as Wright tO tft
& Peters, etc., at, pair POU
All the Women's Shoes, worth 3.5o and
54.00, all good styles, all j?o fin
sizes, at, pair aP-ieUU
All the odds and ends of Women's Shoes, ev
ery size; Pierce's price ll
$2.50 and up, at Ol.OO
All Shoes for Children, sizes
up to 8, at
All the Rubbers for Women 49c
All the House Slippers for Men 98c
All the Bath Slippers for Men and Women.ISc
All Felt Slippers, fur trimmed S&c
All Canvas Leggins for Men 50c
All Men's One-Buckle Arctics 798c
Shoe Trees for Men and Women 50c
All Oxfords and Pumps for Women, (ZQg
all sizes, will be priced Uivt
Rubber Heel Cushions, pair. ......
Lamb's Wool Soles for Crocheted Slippers,10c
Arch Supports of all kinds
Ankle Braces, pair. .
. . .10c
Over 1,000 pair Women's Overgaiters. . .10c
Shoe Polish of all kinds 5c
First Quality Rubber Heels 10c
Brandeis Stores Are Now Open Until 6 P.M. Daily; 9 P.M. on Saturdays
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