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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, V.n'o.
Tuesday, November 2, 1915.
O THE White House is not going to "come back" socially, after all.
I was mistaken a week ago when I expressed more than a hope that
the administration under a new first lady would be able to mount
to the hlth standard of smartness that the Tafts and Itoosevelts
' An article In the Washington Post leaves me refuted and confounded.
' Mrs. Gait reoreaents no exclusive set. Indeed, she has no set whatever.
' All ihli ihnti one ran nlace too much confidence even in F. F. V.
blood. As a Boiling of Virginia, Mrs. Gait Is entitled to any position. It
Is her right by birth the Post admits this. But she forfeited the Boiling
birthright by roarryine "Into trade." Still worse, the late Norman Gait
of Washington was inhe retail trade, sufficient and over to bar his blue
blood wife from any of the prised sets of Washington, and completely out
of the "cave-dwellers."
This Is a sad setback. It comes to us as a blow. We were so sure
. the Wilsons would at last be quite all right socially.
But they still shall be "outs." The Post teays so, and the Tost knows.
It was an honest shop that the Gaits kept In Pennsylvania avenue,
tnagnlflciently appointed and elegantly stocked, the very name standing
g-uarantee for quality and taste.
As Americans there Is nothing else for us to do but to bear up under
this terrible blow.
Let us find consolation in the fact that there are famllle In Great
Britain who think It a condescension upon their part to accept the king
and queen In a social way. For Instance, the house of the duke of Devon
hire, the Cavendish family, (pronounced Candlsh), hold themselves far
and away above the royal family. So, If the British have subjects who will
look down upon the sovereign of the realm, American citizens should cul
tivate equal fortitude and forbearance.
Sidelights on the Delights of the
Cudahy Wedding Over in Chicago
"Th were th durkteat little wl
1ln favor at the Cudahy-Nlblack wed
Iln," nay a Clmlrrvlla tn th Chicago
Tribune, reviewing what ah cull the
"dfllnhU of the Cudahy wedding. " And
ah itoea on to explain: "Little silver
boxa of rake tied up with oranne bloa
soma and the moat entrancing bonbons,
white ones on which stood a augur bride
"Perhaps people didn't take theae home
to the children! And ao many persons
aoemed to have Inrge tamlllra at home
pining for thae little brldra and grooms
that aftr a while there were none left.
Any way, they were too adorable to eat.
The wedding aupper table was most
lovely, yet simple a great bouquet of
cream rosea faintly pink, flanked by
clusters of purple and white arapes, on
a lace cloth, and heart shaped sweets
and cakea galore. On the buffet tow
ered the bride cake with Its featoona of
sugar flowers and wedding bells.
"Helen Cudahy waa the most exquisite
bride tiiiaulntthlo a dream bride In white
and silver brocade, with a long, long
liHrrow train ami a long, long, tulle veil
cmiuht lightly round her shining hair with
a di Urate wreath of orange blossoms.
An angel could not have been lovelier.
The wedding bodice waa cut quaintly
wide on the shoulders after the early Vic
torian fashion, to balance the width of
the almost but not quite hooped skirt.
Eighteen hundred and forty-five la the
period now revived, and It calls for the
flat, slim lines of youth.
'There were such heaps and crowds of
gniesta that nobody could look at Mrs.
Austin Nlblack very long, and then there
was also a bevy of sisters to see, who
were all perfect beautlea and wearing be
"There were Mrs. James Thorn In blue
and silver brocade with a wide hat of
Gene Melady Declares Schedule for
Athletic Events is Unfair and
HOW ABOUT POLITICAL MEETS?
Considerable comment has been heard on
all sidea over the scale of prices fixed by
the city commissioners for the us of the
silver tissue; Mrs. Frank Wllhelm, In city Auaiiorrjm. for instance, no price
white satin and allver, wearing a hoop-, has been set for political mating and
skirt and a sheperdess hat of silver tie-1 speeches and this leads some to remark
sue; ...las Florence Cudahy. the next that perhaps the oversight was lnten
brldc. In pink and sliver tissue, cut- out j tlonal. that thers might b one charge
from shoulder to shoulder, but quaintly I for republicans and another for derao-
hlgh In front, after the prevailing mod, cram
and Miss Alice Cudahy. In a widely looped
and ruffled toilette of deep sea blue
green tulle, miss Ida nay pwi,
The price of $300 a night for an ath-
letlo entertainment, with the privilege
of 20 per cent of the gross receipts Is also
Miss rhyllis Caughltn entertained at a
Hallowe'en party at her home Saturday
evening. Thore present were:
Kthel Mace, a
SUPREME ORGANIZER OF
P. E. 0. SISTERHOOD.
II. U Jscohnen,
A. I.. Hlalne.
J. C. Wheeler,
J A. Nyland.
Mess's, and Mesdnmes ,
C. J. Rhea, O B. Ecklund.
- Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Oille enter
tained a Hallowe'en party Saturday even
ing at their home. The evening was spent
in Hallowe'en games and appropriate
decorations were used through out Those
Messrs. and Mesdames
Tl. Hester, U. Claik,
Kd tiennjngsen, f. Henntngsen.
11. II oiling worth. F. tlllle,
1. Ilaamussen, J. Wall,
U. Haainusaen, . Ollle.
Mrs. P. W. Tanner entertained at her
'apartments In the Traverton Bunday
evening, complimentary to Mlsa liaitel
Maua' birthday. The evening was spent
in tnualo and games, tight guests were
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Bohroeder enter
tained at bridge Saturday evening, on
. the occasion of the fourteenth annivers
ary of their wedding The guests were:
Messrs. and Mesdames
W. Ktidy. J. W. Pkoglund.
K. Scheuneman, W". Ij. Carey,
William Kidney, W. N. Hlle.n,
F. K. Newton, 1 3, Traynor,
Ir. and Mrs. C. V. Phlpherd,
Ir. and Mis. W. N. Outward,
Miss Ueatric Gillespie.
Suffrage Dinner and Program.
. t Omaha suffragists will sntertata at
dinner at the Toung Woman's Christian
association this evening for Mrs. M. Mo
Clur of Kansas City, suffrage leader
. of note.
After dinner the diners will be Joined by
other suffragists, who will listen to th
election returns from New York, Penn
sylvania and Massachusetts. Mrs. Mo
Clura wUl glva a talk, and Miss Joy
lllggtns will give her suffrage and Irish
monologues. Dinner reservations hav
been mad for:
th Amasonlan young Plana of th Louis ; looked upon by many as altogether too
Kwlft famllv. waa more stunning In lwP- concerning tnia pan 01 tn scneo-
Vlctorian costume of French blue silk
much banded In dark fur.
"The handsome wedding presents fill
ing a large room were en vue, with no
cards visible, but Bradford Brintons
. , . ... . .,...!
with the ladiea set of tiny silver match
boxes, all delicately monogramed for
table use. He has given It before on
ule Gene Melady, who has been promot
ing some of th big events her lately,
said: "The schedule for athletlo events
and "restllng as adopted by th commis
sioners Is unreasonable and unfair and
is an Insult to th Intellegent peorl of
Omaha and Nebraska. Th only way to
do away with these conditions Is to hav
th legislature rass an athletlo bl'l and
have the governor appoint an athletlo
board composed of respectable business
men In the state and thus take ath
letics out of the hands of politics and
Dan Butler, the commissioner who was
first put In charge of th Auditorium and
who first siigrested th percentage sys
tem whereby th city would become a
partner In the matches, was away when
th schedule was finally cut from 89 to 20
per cent. Commissioner Wlthnell was
placed in charge of the Auditorium, or
rather th Auditorium was placed In his
Stop the Child's Coagh.
Croup and whooping cough ar chil
dren's aliments. Ir. King's New Dis
covery Is what you need It kills the cold
germs. All druggists. Advertisement
of the Visitors
Almost 1.000 teachers of Greater Omaha
will bar registered at the Rom hotel
headquarters of the Nebraska State
Teachers' association before th out-of-town
teaohers of Nebraska and western
Iowa begin to register Wednesday for the
fiftieth annual convention, which opens
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
I'otels have hundreds of reservations
for rooms, and every Indication Is that
this year's convention will be the largest
In th history of the association. The
local teachers were registered Monday
and Tuesday, In order to finish that
part of th enrolling before the rush of
out-of-town teachers arrive.
As each teacher registers he or she
also casts a ballot indicating preference
for each of the head officers to be elected.
The five highest candidates so designated
on th referendum are considered nomi
nated for the1 offices, and the election in
held by mall later In the year.
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raw "SSJSS1 m Jewels of Miller
Woman Thougnt to
Be Lost Are Found
Borne SVO worth of Jewels which the
police have been searching for since the
death of Mamie Miller last Thursday,
were located hidden in the house of the i
recluse by Detective Rich and Pszanow- ;
ski who have been working on the case.
I'pon Mamie Miller s death th Jewels
wer missing and It waa first believed
they had been atolcn. But this morning
a woman whose nam la not disclosed,
cam to th police station and declared
that she knew that the Miller woman
had cached the valables and that she
knew th location of the hiding place.
Accompanied by the detective the woman
went to th house at 1123 Sherman
avenue and th Jewelry was quickly
Th valuables hav been turned over
to C. D. Hutchinson, who was appointed
administrator of the estate.
PLANNED TO CRACK SAFE
BUT WEREPINCHED FIRST
Detectives Rich, Pszanowskl and
HoUlen declare they are In possession of
reliable Information that Tim Williams
of leaven worth, Kan., and S. A. Miller
of Blair, whom they arrested at Thir
teenth and Douglas streets, had been'
planning a safe-crarklng campaign. The
detectives assert that the pair were pre
pared to leave f'maha for a small town
out In the state, where they would at
tempt their Initial Job. Both are being
held for a thorough Investigation.
Use The Bee's "Swapper" Column.
'K. 11. Hulllvan,
C. W. Hayes,
N. U Uuckert
H. C Kumney,
K. O. McUilton,
On the Calendar.
Mr. A. C. Monahan wilt address th
Vnlversltr club on Wednesday, follow
ing th regular noonday luncheon.
Debutante Bridre Club.
Mlaa Helen Clark entartained th
Debutant Bridge club this afternoon.
Th members ar:
KraJicea Hoehstetler.Blelia Thummel,
Alice Jaiutth.- Ann Glfford.
t.urlllA Baoon. Blanche luel.
Marion Kuhn. Janet Hall.
Kleanor Mackay, Helen Clark.
Mrs. W. W. Rcott la hostess this after-
noon to thirty guesu of th BouJoumers
' Kensington club at luncheon at th Ma-
SJtilo temple. Th tables wer decorated!
In yellow chrysanthemums.
Entertainment for Gnests.
Mr. Kenneth TatUrson gav a small
bridge party thla afternoon for Mrs.
Roger Vaughan of Ntw York, formerly
Miss Laulee I-rd of Omaha.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. Patterson will
MRS, CHARLES IPDIOLS
Of Kansas City.
entertain a small party at luncheon In
honor of Mrs. Paul Gallagher's guests.
Miss Mildred Wagner and Miss Winifred
Repp of Kansas City.
Tuesday Morninar Musical.
The Tuesday Morning Musical club
gave this afternoon the first of th five
programs to be given this year by th
active members of the society. They met
In th ball room of th Hotel Fontenell.
The, Tuesday musical has tiUO members.
Including active, associate, executive and
student. Mrs. Hamuel H., Caldwell la presl.
dent: Mrs. Arthur Crittenden hmllli, vie
president; Mrs. T. J. Mahoney, treas
urer; Mrs. iw Beecher Howell, recording !
secretary; Mrs. William Hears Popple
ton, corresponding secretary; Miss Helen
Millard, auditor. Th directors are Mr.
Herman Kountao, Mrs. C. M, Wllhelm
and Mrs. Charles KounU. Mrs. L. F.
Crofoot Is chairman of the prufrani
For Miss MoClanahan.
Dr. and Mr. MeCanahan entertain at
dinner this evening In honor of their
daughter and 1I. Joseph Henske. Those
prosent will be:
Dr. and Mrs. McClanahan,
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hopewell of Te
kamah, MIm Angela Henke,
Dr. Joseph llnnske.
Dr. Andrew C, llonske.
Miss Margaret Weiss vt Topeka, Kan.
Mr. Jamea Pray,
Mias Margaret (lamble.
Miss KiUierine McCUuahan.
Mrs. Asmussen entertained a children a
party. Those present were:
Ccwk Ret linger,
Mrs. Roger Vaughn of New York,
formerly Mies Loum Lord of Omaha,
and Mr, Prentiss Lord of West Cheater-
field, N. H. who have been the guests
of their parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. P, Lord.
will return to th east Wednesday eve
nlng. Mrs. Vaughn la accompanied by
her three children.
of Japanese Hand
A most expensive display of hand-embroidered
art work is on exhibition tn
lha art department of th Brandrla stores
this week. Th wik is by Tackahasha,
m. Jaoaneae artist, and la calling forth
extravagant admiration from all ebserv
Th largest one. a conventional design
in grapes and corn. Is valued at SuOS. But
th ones which ar a routing most favor
able comments ar "Th Ikjg In a Rice
1eld." "Forest and 8tream." "Geisha
Girls" "American Beauties' and others.
Kach of these works Is appropriately
framed and simulate th painted work ao
..ni.unn v..i. ik. r.r that th. hrush i robust health brines.
has not been wft ided in their production. Literally thousands w ithout any par
specially for tit tat learners in;
Omaha for their annual convention th
f'randel stores hav arranged a unique
exhibit of th matio'artur of silk. Each
process from th moth and th egg, co
coon and silk morm. th raw silk and th
finished product ar Included In th CX
hii.it. There Is a second display which la
rind the silk tn its natural state a tm-pnrU-d
from Chlria, th guin silk, silk In
th Hoceaae of ooiltig and dying: and
thn ready for th spools.
Th ho! Is designed to assist th
sKuolrrta'ams tn teaching their classes
Lw-t lis sJjieaiTU,
Arm Rocker or Chair
These handsome Rattan Rock
ers or Arm Chairs finished
in old Ivory, with flat arms,
seat and back cushioned in ex
cellent quality cretonne will
be favorites in any home.
They are very comfortable
and are built to pive unusual
service. Ideal for sun room or
bed room regularly they would sell at $16.50.
- y .
We place on sale a limited quantity
and mark them to sell either
Rocker or Chair, at
Orchard & Wilhelnr Co.
414-416-418 South 16th Strict
THERE IS A VAST ARMY
of men and women who really nevei
know what it is to enjoy sound, vibrat
ing health who would be surprised tc
suddenly gain that exhilarating vitality
; i.sv akt....., l. 1. 1
ticular sickness live in "ccneral ds
j biliiy", as the doctors call it have
headaches, are tired and indifferent.
To all such people we say with unmis
takable earnestness "Take Scott's
Emulsion after meals (orone month and
allow its rare oil-food to enrich and en
liven your blood, quicken your circula
tion, stimulate nutrition, and aid nature
to develop that real red-blooded liht that
weans activity, enjoyment, success."
bcott's EmuUioa is not a drujr, but a
pleasant food-tonic fre from alcohol
One bottle may help you.
avou m wfix, sUUMBitcid, M. J.
TPta.DK HARM nCO
U.S. PsttNT Or ICS
Will solve your bake-day
problems. 'for in this su-
perior loaf you will rec
io for Thu Labti ogiiize an old-f ashioned
quality and "home kind" flavor equal
to your own best baking. Its flavor,
taste and quality are always the same.
Housewives who have once tried Tip-Top
neverchange to anyother
kind of bread. Tip-Top has
been found worthy, and
holds a placb on the din
ing tables of thousands
So md ICo at Tour Grocer
D. P. STEAM OARIIIQ CO.
3,500 Dainty, New Blouses
Go on Sale Wednesday
Oar patrons will enjoy the advantage of a pcial blouse Bale Wednesday that is decidedly
an exceptional value-jrivinjr occasion. This sale embraces every worth-while mode in the very
latest merchandise. The blouses have been grouped in four convenient lots, a follows:
I f J ) n at..
Lot No. I
Brocaded Satin Blouse
Crepe de Chine Blouses
All new models ; two-rn-ooe eollan
that can be worn high or low. Col
ors White, flesh, nary, tn f r p
rose, maize and light jll.Vavl
Lot No. 2
Dainty Lace Blouses combined
with flowered chiffon
Smart Crepe de Chine Blouses
Dainty Georgette Crepe
Crepe de Chine Blouses
Specially priced J
Lot No. 3
Radium Silk Blouses
Fihny Lace Blouns
Crepe de Chine Blouses
Lot No. 4
New Plaid Blouses
Striped Silk Blouses
Dressy Georgette Crepe Blouses
Extra Quality Crepe de Chine Blouses
Dozens of styles to choose from. La all fam f
the new colorings. S pedal DO.UU
Wednesday, at..... ......t..w.w..yvv
New Fall Curtains and Curtain Materials
Marquisette Curtains, trimmed
with pretty lace, extra good ralue,
Beautiful showing- of new Lac
' Edge Curtains and Quaker Cur-
Etamlne, Duchess and Novelty
Curtains, some real $5.00 values,
Dutch Curtains, made of food
trade scrim, trimmed with filet
lace. Complete with
Bungalow Nets, endless aeaort
ments, yard 49c, (r
69c aad UtJC
Cretonnes We are headquarters
for all the new cretonnes for fall.
Over 300 patterns to select from.
Yard. 19c 7Qr
25c and O7S0
Two Biz Bargains in Our Basement Drapery. Sectioq
About 1.000 Lac Curtains, values I On Cae of Traveling Men's
to 11.25 pair. Wednes- Sample Curtains, extra n
,sv i special, eacn avrw
DIARIES FOE 1918
Standard lines m practically
very sis and shape. Prices
rang from 25c to $3.75.
Should be ordered bow to avoid
th Inevitable congestion and
possible disappointment later In
th season. There is every ad
vantage in this.
I rtar. each
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Our October Linoleum Sale
Continues Wednesday Same Great Choice Same Big Values
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