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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OtTOI'.EK JM. 1!)15.
Wednesday, October 27, 1915.
TO SEND GOSPEL
TEAUS INTO STATE
Extra Money Rtiied Dnrinj Sunday
Campaign Not an Accident, Sayi
Eer. Titai Lowe.
ALL this autumn the discussion of styles has been kept up. Should
skirts be short, or very short? Was the hour glass figure to coma
In again? Were hoops to be thrust upon femininity once more?
rantellette costumed figures were exhibited In the shop windows j Omaha
before our very eyes, and conjectures were rife as to what belle or matron
would have the daring to first appear with nether garments peeping be
neath her skirts.
Of course, It was the styles of grown-ups which were discussed, be
cause, much as the mother enjoyed the selection of the Infantile wardrobe,
she sever looked upon It In any way as a problem. Baby's styles were Just
simply darling as they were, no one would have them changed for the
world the dearest, aweetest convent embroldertd frocks of snowy mull,
the lace embowered bassinet, everything the whitest, the daintiest, the
But It now looks as if there is going Jo be a change. It is the doctor,
and not the costumer, who counts where baby Is considered. If baby baa
vanity, it means nothing baby's influence is all too Indirect to weigh.
Last week in Philadelphia the great scientists and medical authorities
on optical matters meet in convention and thla la where styles may be
"If you care for the health of the youngster," said Prof. Woll of
Colombia university, "don't let white be on blm nor about him. White la
the worst color for babies; it is ruination. White dresses, white-trimmed
beds and white carriages are destroying tho eyes of our chllaren." ,
And they all seemed to agree with Dr. Woll in that convention of greaU
It ia positively ghastly to think of It, but the wise ones say the baby
must be dressed In tan, or light brown, or greenish gray. It U depressing
to think of what baby'a styles will be, even worse than eugenics.
EXECUTIVE BOARD 18 TO QUIT
The executive, committee of the
which had the "Billy" Sunday cam
paign In charge will resign within a
short time, It waa atated by Rev.
Titus Lowe, chairman.
"We have carried the burden of
the movement ao far," he said, "and
it Is time that others were assuming
the work of carrying on the campaign
and following up the results oMained
and extending them to the aurround
The surplus in the fund rained for
expert of the campaign la not an acci
dent It wna planned for and will be
used In the extension work espenses.
we are to get the greatest amount
Walks Home After
Skull is Fractured
by a Highwayman
Suffering from fractured akull In
flicted by two highwayman near the
smeller, N. A. t'nger. 34 years of age, of
Plymouth, Neb., walked to the home of
his friend, Mas Slnthow, IMS North
. ineteenth etreu and reported the clr
cumatancea of his misfortune.
I'nger asserts that while strolling
along the river bank about 6 p. m. Tuea
dajr two negroes struck him on the
head and stole hla watrh and Ttionoy.
although I'nger suffered a fracture on
hla skull It la believed he will recover.
The police have deiicrlptiona of th3 high
waymen. O. Palm, transient, reported to the no
lire that he waa assaulted and robbed at
Twelfth and Iavennort streets by a lone
highwayman, who took his watch an 20.
good out of this campaign we must con- Thursday afternoon
MRS. PARK GODWIN DIES IN
MINNEAPOLIS' BURIED HERE
Fred Goodrich arrived In Omaha yes
terday with the remains of his nrtner.
If, Mrs. Parke Godwin, who died Monday
0f at Minneapolis. ' The funeral will be held
from the Hulse A
chapel, with Inter-
Hummel Strives to
Save Life of City's
Most Stately Tree
Commissioner Hummel of the rark de
partment Is Interested Juet now In trying
to save the life of the largest tree In
Omaha. This mighty sentinel la a cotton-
wood known as "Hlg Ben," located at the
finbMc spring near the east entrance cf I
Kim wood park. The tree la nearly seven'
fft In diameter at the base and reaches!
a height of 125 feet j
When leaves of summer adorn Its wide-
spreading branches it casts a cooling
shade over a. spring outlet where many .
passersby stop to slake their thirst. Two '
years suo lightning struck the tree near'
the ground and tore a deep garh. Borera
entered thla opening and their ravages
threaten the life of the tree.
Mr. Hummel la administering heroic
treatment and expects to save the tree
for future usefulness.
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From $230 and Up for Upright Pianos.
From $453 for a Genuine Brambach Grand Piano.
Up to the Largest Grand Made.
Terms to Suit You Brand New Stock to Select From.
A. Hospe Co. Doug!
The marriage of Miss Anastasla Mulvl
Hll, daughter or Mr. and Mr. John J.
Mulvlhllt, to Mr. Thomas K. Piper of
Philadelphia, son of Mra. George Piper of
New Tork Cltv. was solemn 4ed Tuesday
afternoon at S 30 o'clock at 8t. , I'etsr s
church. Rev. Father McCarthy, assisted
by Father Quintan and Father Doud, of
ficiated. Only members or the families of bride
and bridegroom, with . a lew intimate
friends, were present.
The Lohengrin wedding march was
flayed by Mrs. Blaine Young.
The bride wore her golng-away gown
of Russian blue velvet, trimmed with
gray fox fur. and carried white chry.an
themums. A black velvet hat with white
aigrettes completed the cost imo.
The bridesmaid. Miss My Mulvlhllt.
sister to the bride, wore a mulberty cloth
costume with lynx for trimming, black
velvet hat and oarrled American Beauty
The bridegroom was attended by Mr.
John J. Mulvthul, Jr., brother to ihe bride
The church and home decoration were
In white chrysanthemums and palm.
Mr. and Mrs. Piper left last evening for
New York City, later to visit Atlantic
City. After December 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Piper win be at home In Philadelphia.
Franco-Belgian Belief Work.
The Franco-Belgian Relief society, or
ganised last year, met at the home of
Miss Jessie Millard today, to dlsruas
plana for this winter's work. Madame
A. M. Borglum la the honorary presl
dent; Mrs. Warren Rogers, the preal
dent; Mlaa Millard, vice president; Miss
Mildred Rogers, secretary, and Miss
Helen flooble, treasurer. ,
Among the women whose services are
enlisted In the work are:
C N. lets.
'. K. Manderson,
John A. McShane,
F. P. Klrkondall.
H. H. Baldrlge,
J. K. Bummers.
O. C. K.-dk-k.
W, ( Klmnnon, '
K. A. Benson,
John I Kennedy,
A, C. Hmlth,
five guests Informally at luncheon thla
afternoon for Mrs. C. 8. LoMngler of
Shanghai, China, who la spending a few
days In the city.
Entertainment tor Lady Gregory.
An Informal reception will be given
Lady Gregory Thursday evening In the
rooms of the I'nlted States Bank build
ing to meet the members of t.io Drama
league from I to 10 o'clock. Miss Kate
McHugh, president of the league, and
the women of the executive hoard will
comprise the reception committee. No
Invitations are Issued to the reception,
as It has been purposely planned that
all members of the league and their
friends might meet Lady Gregory In
Lady Gregory will arrive In Omaha, to
morrow morning and register at the
Hotel Fontenelle. Boon after her ar
rival, the titled Irish dramatist will be
taken on a motoring trip through Omaha
and suburbs, returning In time to be the
honor gueat at a luncheon given at the
Omaa club by the ladles of the board of
directors of the Drama league. The host
esses of the luncheon will be:
L. Cummlngs, George li. Prim,
mum t'orler 1'eck, Warren Illackwell,
J. K. Hummers, John Xlofchane, . .
tlnue to work and work hard, and this i Meipen undertaking
requires money. If a gospel team of.ment at Prospect Hill cemetery
ten men, for Instance, la sent to Have- T. J. Mackay will officiate.
lock or 8chuyler or some other town' fr. Oodwln. formerly Mas. Mary D
It la very likely that the collection taken I "ooarleh, waa the widow of Charles
would not be enough to pay their ex
X Cifi Butter
2 Teaspoon Baking
finch of Cinnamon or
H C up of Cvttam
dilutrd unh tqwal
E. M. Fairfield.
Kdlth Tol.lt t.
May Irene Wallace.
The members of the Camus club enter
tained their husbands Monday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mra. P. O. Jennings.
The guests of the evening were Mr. and
Mra. William Carbine, Mrs. Jessica Hern
and Miss Aldyn Keller. Prises were won
by Mrs. Charles Landatrum, Miss Keller,
Mr. Carbine and Mr. Arthur Hoover.
IVsJt-te park Keedleoraft club enter
talned Tuesday afternoon at the club
house. The out-of-ltown guest waa Miss
Lorene Frank of Syraouae. N Y. The
hostesses were Mesdamea Attwood,
Watts. Meta and Nelson. Miss Ruth
Gaines gave a reading; Miss Elvle Green,
a piano solo, and Mra. C J. Bcannell, a
vocal solod. In the flower contest Mrs.
J. Res BeU won the prise. The Hallo
we'en spirit waa carried out In the deo
o rations and refreshments, which In
cluded pumpkin pie.
The members of Clasa No. I of Kountse
Memorial Sunday school were entertained
at the home of Mra. F. W. Carmlc.hael
Monday evening. A delightful evening
was spent with games and a short musi
cal program. The hostesses were:
Mrs. F. W. Carmlchal-
M tssea M Isses
Kthel Hhorter, Tlllle Uunsen
Vivian V. Van Noy, hauser.
Social Affair Planned.
The Tel Jed Sokel girls will entertain
at a Hallowe'en dancing party Saturday
evening at Boko hall, ISO South Thir
A Hallowe'en party waa riven at the
South Side Bachelors' club rooms Satur
day evening. The rooms were lit up by
a 08 colored electric bulks and decorated
auitable to the Hallowe'en aeaaon. The
evening was spent In dancing and games.
Those present were:
Frnma Chadek, Anna Vellch.
Harbara fetaatney, hnasls Siaatney,
For Kr. Lobingier.
Mrs. C. C. Belden entertained very In
formally at tea thla afternoon for Mrs.
Lo btngler, meeting only old frlenda. Mra.
Lobltsgler leaves for Lincoln Thursday
evening, returning to Omaha only In
time to take the train for California.
Miss Emma Hunker of Hillsdale, Mich.,
will accompany her slater to Shanghai.
Thla will be Miss Hunkers first visit
to the orient
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Dr. and Mra. Ernest Kelley have re
turned from an extensive trip to eastern
Mrs. L. J. Hersog of Stoux City, la.,
Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. William
Rothschild, 71 South Thirty-eighth
street. Before returning to her home,
Mrs. Hersog will visit for a few weeks
with friends In Lincoln.
Breakfast at the Deanery.
Dean and Mrs. Tancock wilt give a
breakfast to the members of the visiting
synod at the deanery after the early
celebration in the cathedral Thursday
Dancing Parties Tonight
The Et-A-Vlrp club glvea a dancing
party at the Hotel Rome thla evening.
The Rajah club entertains at Turpln'a
The Angelua Social club entertainment
will be given In Its club rooms thla even
Among the Visitors.
Mra. L. P. McDonald of Warren, O.,
arrived In Omaha today for a week's
visit with her sisters, Mrs, II. A. Doud
and Mrs. Charles E. Smith. Mrs. Mo
Donald formerly lived In Omaha and later
In Council Bluffs, and haa many frlenda
and acquaintances in both cities.
Personal Mention. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peterson and chil
dren went to Uncoln Tuesday evening
for the Fluyter-Burrltt wedding, where
little Doris Peterson waa ring bearer.
penses. The deficit will then Come out
of the surplus In the campaign expense
fund There will also be printing and
The suggestion of Rev. J. W. Welsh,
advance organiser for Mr. Sunday, that
all the trail hitters be received Into the
various churches on one big Sunday, j reared,
preferably the first Sunday after
Billy's" departure, will not be carried
out Each pastor will be permitted to
receive new members wherever he wishes.
This la largely because different de
nominations .have different methods of
receiving members and of preparing
membera for reception. The Methodists,
for example, receive members on proba
tion and the pastor then Inatructa them
In Methodist dootrlne, church history.
etc.", preparatory to receiving them Into
It Is suggested that the continuation
committee appointed at the meeting of
the executive committee last Monday will
probably be In charge of the post-cam-palgn
work. This committee consists of
B. E. Thomas, chairman; W. K. Foahler,
Dr. J. B. Liohtenwallner, Rev. . . T.
Rouae and F. D. Weed.
Goodrich, who was formerly comDtroller
,of the city. Some years ago she mar
ried Parke Godwin and moved away
from Omaha. The Goodrich family was
one of the pioneers of the city and their
old home waa on the southeast corner
of Sixteenth and Farnam streets., where!
the new Rose building is now being I
Mrs. Oodwln hsd many friends i
among the older residents of the city,
who will feel sorrow over her death.
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
HUD DISTRICT MEETING
Cream the sugar and butter. Add milk.
Add egga well beaten. Thoroughly mix
flour, baking powder,
cinnamon or nutmeg.
Add to the mixture of
butter, sugar, milk and
egga. Place in indi
vidual tins, or in muffin
tins and bake in moder
h. ft n"A
The district meeting n- the Woman'a
Relief corps waa held today at Myrtle
hall. Mrs. Ada Heine of Hooper, Neb.,
president of the district organization,
presided. The musical program, which
was given during the morning session,
was in charge of Mrs. Lillian Eddy. i results are obtained from Cottage Evap-
l ne initiation ceremony waa exemnll-'
Whether for cup cakes, or other baking,
you cannot have milk that is too good.
Thousands of housewives declare the best
Buggy Hit by Fire -,
Truck and Man Hurt
C. Burrls, 163 South Twentieth street.
South Side, sustained severe bruises ana
lacerations, when a buggy In which be
was driving was struck and demolished
on the Eleventh street viaauci, oj
fire truck. He waa attended by police sur
geons and taken home.
fled by the officers of the Tekamah
corps. A memorial service In honor of
departed comrades and sisters, to which
members of the Grand Army of the Re
public were Invited, was given this after
noon. Major R. S. Wilcox waa In charge.
Mrs. Kate Remington la district secretary.
MANY IOWA TEACHERS
COMING TO CONVENTION
Between K and 700 teachers from the
schools of western Iowa are this year
expeoted to attend the Nebraska State
Teachers' ' association convention In
Omaha November S. Some too attended
The Iowa state teachers' convention Is
held In Des Moines on the aarae dates
aa the Nebraska lo Omaha, but the laat
few years It lias been customary for the
teachers of western Iowa to attend here
and be allowed the same credit wherever
they attend. Many of the principals and
superintendents In the western part of
Iowa have already written the bureau
of Publicity that their schools will be I
dismissed and that the entire corps of !
teachers will be present at the Nebraska
Be tier Veei Oat
Th Food-drink for all Age
For Infants, Invalids and Growing children.
Rcn milk, malted gram in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared b a mlnnte.
Take a Package Home
Uniama you mmy "HORLIOrS"
you may got a mubmtltutom
orated Milk, because it is ao pure and
rich, and uniformly so. That's because
it is Just the best of milk from the finest
herds In the richest dairy section of
America with part of the water removed
scientifically, nothing added. You will
surely like it better than the varying
quality of milk your milkman supplies.
American Milk Company, Chicago.
Effective October 31st, 1915
Train No. 1, "CHICAGO-OMAHA-DENVER LIMITED." leaving Omaha
at 7:10 a. m. for the West, will be withdrawn.
Train No. 6, "DENVER-OMAHA-CHICAGO LIMITED," will arrive
Omaha at 6:50 a. m. instead of 7:00 a. ru., and will leave at 7:05 a. m. in
stead of 7:15 a. m.; it will also bring Into Omaha the Northwest connection
from No. 44.
Train No.' 10 from the West, arriving Omaha 1:10 a. m., is withdrawn.
Train No. 3 will leave Omaha at 4:20 p. m., instead of 4:30 p. m., for
Lincoln, West and Northwest. Please note the earlier departure.
Train No. 41 for Lincoln and the Northwest, leaving Omaha at 4:15 p.
m. is withdrawn.
Train No. 42 from Lincoln arriving Omaha at 2:53 p. m., is withdrawn.
No. 2 from the West, with the Northwest connection from No. 4 2. will
arrive Omaha at 3:30 p. m.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, Farnam and 16th Sts. Phones D. 1238 D. 3380.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Photo Craft Shop
418 Bee Bldg-.
Films Developed Free
When Purchased From Us.
Print a. So to So. ae-Konr Berries.
VssJfJ SB 1 1 i T
Twe t'fctlarvc na rr.
The two children of J. X9. Nlx mer
chant. Cleveland.. Oa., had croup last
winter. One was a, boy of s, the other a
girl of rears. Mr. Nix writes: "Both
got so choked up they could hardly
breathe and couldn't talk. I gave them
Foley's Honey and Tar and nothing else
and It entirely cured them." This re
liable medicine should be In every home,
for It gives Immediate relief from colds,
coughs and croup, heals raw Inflamed
throat and loosens phlegm. Sold every
Iwr nf Lariten.
Anton iiilr, - . .
Catherine U la vena,
OmaTta Kir in Cwtrt.
ki:s rrano issh. accompanied by
&!Ua Worts. left Tuesday ' evening for
Topeka, Kan,, where Mlaa Keen will ap
pear tnu evening jn concert ' with ' Mr.
Events of Todar.
IT. and Mrs. Ewlng Brown entertain
taeive guests at dinner thla evening In
tionor of MUs Katherlne McClanahan
and It Henske. whose marriage will be
c-eleliratrd next mon'h. Yellow chrysao-
Mieniuius l'l la used In decoration.
Mrs. Cliartus- li. Juhannee cnUnaJned
Until Scale Came OS Eruption On
limbs. Gone in Two Weeks.
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AMD OiHTKEHT
The Bret I noticed of the trouble waa a
few small plmptt that came out oa my
child e tags aad gradually grew larger until
they ware as large as a
dime. They begaa Vo
spread end look very
bad. It was a sure
eruption and had a
thick scale oa Iv The
pimples bad water m
taaa and they seemed
to cause ether ptmplas
Tney ncnaa ea
toea until the scale sua off.
Thai hot pad Uem as spread wares. I bed
heard of Outtoura Soap and Olataaeat aa
thought I would try then. It waa ao much
knew tkea a couple of weeks before the
erapUaa wee gone and she waa heeled.'
(Signed) Mr. J. H. jssporeoa. X P. D.
Ne. 1. Ogllvls, Mlaa.. March 90. 181a.
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When w say batter shoes for
men at $4.00, w mean Just that
Our 1 4 ahoea are Drexel quality
throughout, which meana that
they are the beat ahoea you can
buy for $4.00. We have them in
all popular stylet; the Flat Eng
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have them in the high toe, button
and blucher, tan ana black. If
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A. M.-The Shoe
"Baker" and Other Makers Desired to Clean Up the Last-
Odd Lot's They sought an outlet we had it they sold, we bought
that's the first part of the story High
for the most discriminating trade.
$5 and $6 the
Grade Shoes. These are made
The Rest of the Storv: u Patent an(l tan leathers newest lasts and
r patterns; mainly plain, sensible, conservative styles; of course, fine quality
The Baker kind Some patent leather with cloth tops, and a few fawn color cloth tops.
Assassins are always cowards. The anonjmous scribbler, man or woman who sends an unsigned postal card
or letter of abuse, is a coward. We have received a good many. If it would only relieve them of malice and
spleen, tho end might justify the means. We have tried to do our duty. We knew we would have to pay the pen
alty. We have no feeling of bitterness. We hope they will soon get it out of their systems. We are willing to
forget and let bygones bo bygones.
Can Make to Order, and Deliver in Ten Days, 10 More Tailored Suits
Customers are delighted. If interested you must get your order in before Friday night.
Still grindincc out tho Skirts and they are beauties. Tailored splendidly, fit warranted. You buy the goods at
Wool Dress Goods Section. Just the exact length required you pay for and then
.Whatever your other troubles may be, this is one burden you can drop from your back.
$2.QO for tiie IVIaRirio
Will Mrs. Ellingsworth please send us her address? We cannot find the name in directory or elsewhere. Letter,
though severe, we are sure is kindly meant; give us a chance to answer please, or better still, come and see us.
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