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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916.
c Society Notes -:- Personal Gossip -:- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
FLOWER GIRLS ARE
Mn, George W. Hoagland En
tertaina for Member! of the
Hoagland Flower Mission.
OEOANIZED YEARS AGO
Br MELLIFICIA July 11.
Twenty-two yesrs tgo, June 15, the
Emmi Hoglnd Flower mission was
organised here by Mrs. George W.
Hoagland in memory of her diuglv
ter, Emma. From that time until
this, although the personnel of the
members has changed entirely, only
one Thursday has passed on which
some of the young women have not
visited the hospitals with flowers.
That once was a cold winter day about
five yeara ago. when traffic on the
streets was blocked.
From the florists, from the gardens
of friends, from the geranium beds at
Hanscom park and with money do
nated to the organization by kind
friends, the flowers are procured.
Last Thursday about 1,000 bunches of
flowers were made up and distribut
ed. That is the usual number distri
buted during the summer months.
About twenty-five young women
are now active members, ana forthese
Mrs. W. W. Hoagland entertained at
luncheon at Happy Hollow today. The
leulae White, Gertrude Schermer
Leulae BeSwell. turn,
Helen Heatland, Florence Powell,
Ruth Klnelor. Maria Hodne,
Corlto O'Brien. Alloa Pargnaon.
Adala Morris, Lottl. Lee Snowden,
Blanche Klnaler, Halan Chaanar.
Oladye Fatal. Mary Nerrle,
Mildred Rosera, Carmllla Donahue,
Ruth Hllla. Ruth Slabaugh,
Carol Howard. Luella Bacon.
" Hatal Howard, Marrarat Enitleh,
Ruth Oould. Oartruda Brandt.
Will Schnorr, John MlkeaalL
rU. ft Sobotkar.
At tha Cauntrv Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Judson are
giving a small dinner at the Country
club thia evening, complimentary to
Mr. Thomas Brown of Cincinnati,
Mrs. Edwin Swobei much-teted
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kountre will
entertain thirty priests at the Wed
nesday evening dinner-dance for their
son, Denman. The C. W. Lynians
have reservations for fourteen and the
J. M. Daughertyi for eight.
Mrs. J. W. Griffith's luncheon of
Saturday for Miss Helen Epeneter
will be given tomorrow instead. v
For the dinner-dance Saturday eve
ing, July 22, Dr. and Mrs. B. B. -Davis
will entertain fifty of the college set
for their son, Herbert, who will have
as his guest, Mr. George B. Post of
New York, a Cornell classmate and
Phi Gamma fraternity brother. Mr.
Post and Wallace Shepard of Omaha
are making the trip from New York
in Mr. Post's runabout.
At the Field Club.
Mrs. E. P. Boyer "entertained at
luncheon at the Field club today as a
compliment to Mrs. Marshall Walk
er of New York, who is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Marriott.
Covers were laid for six.
In honor of Miss Helen Epeneter,
One Ol WC onws-iu-wv,
Howland entertained at luncheon of
the Field club today. Decorations
were of yellow and white, the flowers
used being coreopsis and daisies. Cov
ers were laid for:
Wlndior Megqeata, Cherlee B. Met.
John McCagua Jr.: Will Schnorr.
Cheeter Pudlay, Claronca Stbbarnaen.
Anna Otfford. Harriot Copley.
Euganla Fatterean, Martha Data,
Luella Bacon, Oartruda Mete,
Marlon Towla, Naomi Towla.
Irana Coad. Sarah Parklna or
Baatrlca Coad, Mamphla. Tann.;
Halan Murphy. Margaret Sunderland
Allea Carter, or Chicago,
Maria Woodexd. Bthal Andre wa of
Ruth Latanaar, Idlewtld. N. J.;
Helen Ingworeen, Joaephlne Congdon,
Mary Megeath. Helen Clarke.
Marguerite Mayer, Ruth Slebaugh.
Mrs. Grant W. Williams entertained
ten at bridge luncheon at the Field
club today for Miss Lillian Fitch of
Chicago. Those who had parties of
four at the regular bridge at the Field
club this afternoon were Mesdames
Simeon Jones, B. W. Christie, Charles
Ware and B. A. McDermott.
W. R. Butler has a dinner reserva
tion for Wednesday, evening.
At Carter Lake Club.
Employes of the Travelers' Insur
ance company were entertained at
' Carter Lake club today through the
courtesy of A. S. Sorenson and C. E.
Vesy. The party included:
Timely Fashion Hint
LiL iff 1
By LA RACONT.iURif.
The top or motor coat that is fash
ionable and practical also, can be had
in some of the mos.t attractive shades.
The fabric may be any of thenov
elty velours, mohair or gabardine.
Here is a coat shown in dark brown
velours, the notable feature of which
ia the h!trl wntKnr and full gag
lin sleeves. The collar is reversible.
has planned for her dinner table this
evening, at which covers will be
placed for twenty. Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Harris will give a family dinner.
The Misses Elizabeth and Kathryn
Ralston have returned to Weeping
Water alter a week spent at the
Eastern Star Picnic.
The Adah Kensington chanter.
Order of Eastern Star., will not meet
at tie home of Mrs. C. L. Talbot
Thursday, July 20. as was previously
announced, but will have a oicnic at
Riverview park Saturday afternoon,
Luncheon foe. Mri. Brown.
Mrs. Herbert Wheeler entertained
very informally at luncheon at the
Umaha club today in honor of Mrs.
Thomas Brown of Cincinnati, who is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T.
R. H. Brown,
Maaara. and Mesdamea
C. . Vaay, Roy Wilcox,
Thome F. Kelly. C. B. Whitney.
A. a. Sorenaon. A. O. Green.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ritchie will en
tertain Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ware
and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fick at Car
ter Lake club toniiht.
More than eighty reservations have
neen made tor the cottagers dinner
this evening. Garden flowers will
decorate the dinner table.
White clover and wild wheat ia the
unique decoration Mrs. Henry Hitler
Picnic at Valley.
Miss Harriet Walters is entertain
ing at a picnic supper at Valley in
honor of her guest, Miss Edith High
field of Superior. Wis. Twelve young
people and six grown-ups will be in
cluded in the party. They will motor
to Valley. '
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Curry and
children, Florence and Barton, jr., left
Monday for an automobile trip to
Colorado and Yellowstone park.
Mr. C. R. Combs left this morning
for his ranch at Central City, Neb.
C. C. Skinner of Omaha is in Ex
celsior Springs, Mo., a guest at the
Miss Gladys Goodman left Sunday
for Lake Jefferson, Minn., to be a
guest fo two weeks at a house party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoxie of
Hampton at their summer cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton B. Stuht are
expected home from their Canadian
wedding trip the latter part of the
week, having stopped in Buffalo to
join Dr. Albert E. Stuht of Spokane
at the Shriners' convention. The
young couple will make their home
with Mr. Stuht's mother, Mrs. Mary
E. Stuht. The younger Mrs. Stuht
was formerly Miss Hildred Churchill
At Happy Hollow Club.
The matinee dansant at Haonv Hoi.
low today called forth a number of
young people. For Dorothy and
Alice Martin from Florida, who are
visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Rock.
Mrs. P. B. Haight entertained twelve
Eight young misses were the guests
of Mrs. Palmer Findley and Miss
Mary Katherine Findley. Those pres
Vivien Hanaen. Nancy Hulat,
Jane Hanaen. Martha Noble, .
Eleanor Potter, Katherine Haatlnga
Mrs. E. T. Callahan also entertained
eight at the matinee dance at Happy
Mrs. C. E. Niswonger was hostess
at a bridge luncheon today. Garden
flowers were used on the tables, of
which two were placed for bridge.
Covers were laid for:
W. C. Templeton, Ella .Marshal of
nnyai Miller. rMUaburgh.
George B. Updike. W. W. Johneton,
R. A. Stewart, C. E. Nhwonger.
Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Porter will have
as their dinner guests this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Wells and son, 0.
S. Wells of Kentucky. Ira W. Porter,
jr., and Anna Porter will complete
Others who will dine at the club
will be Mr. P. M. Garrett, with a party
of five; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Megeath,
with four; Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Calla
han, with four, and Mr. A. Edholm,
On Thursdav. Mrs. Tnienh C
Weeth and Miss Gertrude Weeth
nave reservations for ten guests.
Shower for Bride-to-Be.
Miss Margaret Marshall entertained
twelve members of the Kappa Theta
sorority at a kitchen shower at her
home today in honor of Miss Louise
Mortnrun. whose marriace to Mr.
Samuel William Reynolds will taWo
place July 15. The Theta girls spent
an iniormai anernoon.
People are learning that a little
forethought often saves them a big
expense. Here is an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I
do not believe that our family has
been without Chamberlain's Colic,
Lnolera and Diarrhoea Kemedy since
we commenced keeping house years
ago. When we go on an extended
visit we take it with us." Obtainable
11, my dear, what did grandma
nave tor dinner today?'
Oh. so maty good things, mamma,
nit 1 only ate Macaroni - it was
estofall. Grandma said it
. M for and Get t,
THE HIGHEST QUALITY
36 Redpt Book Five
SKINNER MFG. CO. OMAHA, U.S.A.
IASGEST MACAHOW FACTORY IN AMERICA
W have a very Urt itoek of ten
tiful GlsdiolaU, which w hvt d
iided to put on ipoclal tlm at th
Ttrjr low priea of (
75 cents and $1
Varioty of Colon.
Prospect Hill Florists
JANOUSEK IKOS., PROPS.
3230 Parker St.
Telephone Wehatar 44fl.
Sliding Folding Garage
Fits the requirements for most every gar
age door problem.
Four doors hinged together in pairs are
required for each opening, one pair folding
to the right and the other to the left. Can
also be used for opening with five or six
doors. Blue print showing erection details
furnished with each order if desired. Come
in and see Hangers in actual operation.
James Morton & Son Co.
"The Hardware People."
1511-13 Dodge Street.
row (To rvtwrn ffff
The Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
WHAT A NURSE SAYS.
"If the people of Omaha could only
see what we see of the heat suffering
among babies and little children, how
they would rush to aend us their
dimei and dollars," said one of the
nurses who carefully dispense The
Bee s fund for free milk and ice.
"And if they could see the poor
babies drinking the pure, rich milk
and growing healthier ana fatter day
by day they ould be repaid i hun
dred times for rhrii contributions."
Remember that every cent you give
to The Bee's fund actually buys milk
or ice for the need', poor babies and
very small children of deserving fami
lies. NOT A CENT goes to any
It is just as thiugh you yourself
bought the ice and rmlk and delivered
it to the suffering little ones.
PrevimiNlr acknowledged tlta.10
Isabella II. French S.00
HOTF.LS AND RESORTS.
World's Famous Hotel
Oppoaite Central Park
at 59th Street
Cloee to All Theatres and
and Outdoor Terraoe
Cool and Refreshing Place to
Wtilt In Rmntthn TtJa$
FRED STEXRT. Managing Director
ROOMS WITH BATH $3J0 UP
At Tho Junotlon
On Main and Delaware at Ninth
Kansas City, Mo.
175 Jg 25
Rooms jLTOnjk Rooms
$50 pfjflft '2
Every feftM Emy
Room 1 Room
Private jSSHtt ffcj$a Oatslda
PtrvntaUn iSanagtd 6f
Broadway, 66th and 67th Sts.
NEW YORK CITY.
SITUATED in tht, most aon
venicnt location in town. Mod
ern in evtry datail, fSbiolutalr
fireproof, within tan mlnuUi
of the leading department
atoreii, afaopa and theaters.
Convenient to Pennsylvania sad
(irand Central Dtpots.
Rooms With Bath,
$2.50 Per Day Up.
Suites, $4.00 Per Day Up.
. ROOMS AQ PER DAY UP.
Restaurant of Unusual Excellence.
H STANLEY GREEN
tiller's Bay Hotel
Overlooking Lake Okobojl.
Remodelled. New management
Plumbing. Quiet and restful.
Home cooking. Cottage (or rent
Write for information.
MILLER'S BAY. HOTEL,
Lako Okobojl Milford, la.
Fourth season. Excellent cook
ing planned by domestic science
graduate. Finest beach on lake.
Quiet and restful. Kates $2.00
per day. Write for reservations
and rates by week.
Cool and comfortable. Immunity from
hay fever and respiratory trouble. Kiln
ing in Lake Superior; trout stream or
inland lakea. Write for information.
Grain Men to Hold
Outing on Thursday
Thursday will be a play-day for the
members and employes of the Omaha
Grain exchange. The morning ses
sion will be held as usual, but after
the gong sound) the last sale offices
will close and everybody will hike to
Carter lake, where the annual outing
will be held. For those who do not
go in automobiles there will be a
chartered car stsrting from Twentieth
snd Hsrney streets at 2:30 o'clock in
At the lake during the afternoon
there will be base ball, tennis, swim
ming and boating, boxing matches
and a card of miscellaneous sports.
Later in the day dinner will be served
and this will be followed by bowling
Help Tev Unr IS Pare.
When your liver seta torpid and stomach
seta queer take Dr. Klns'e New Lira Pllla.
Tou will feel better. Only Ho. All drur
Store Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday, 9 p. m.i
TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. STORE NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY.
PHONE DOUG. 137.
Dainty Summery Frocks in the
July Clearing Sale
At Radical Price Reductions
DRESSES that particularly appeal to the
woman who wants a stylish, yet cool and
practical dress. Charming dresses of pretty soft
materials especially delightful for summer wear,
for not only are they cool and airy, but they lend
themselves particularly well to present fashions.
It's a clearaway movement, preparing for the in
coming new merchandise, hence the extreme
prices right at the height of the season.
Were to $15,
Were to $40,
Were to $20,
Were to $85,
Were to $30,
Were to $150,
Dresses that were to $350 at $79.50
urreaa.lfaah Co. eoottd Vloei.
Beginning Wednesday-An Important Sale of
Girls' Wash Dresses
At Half Price '
BEGINNING Wednesday, we will close out 500 tub
dresses for girls, 6 to 14-year sizes; standard tub fab
rics, including chambray, percale, linen, crepe, lawn and
checked, piaia ana stnpea gingnam.
$1.00 Wash Dresses, now 50c
$1.50 Wash Dresses, now 75c
$2.00 Wash Dresses, now $1.00
$2.50 Wash Dresses, now $1.25
$3.00 Wash Dresses, now $1.50
Burgaaa-Naah Co. 4caao1 Floor.
$3.50 Wash Dresses, now $1.75
$3.95 Wash Dresses, now $1.98
$5.00 Wash Dresses, now $2.50
$7.50 Wash Dresses, now $X75
$10 Wash Dresses, now $5.00
25c Beach Suitings. From Bolt, 15c
BEACH SUITING; full 36 inches wide; in white and beach shades;
much in demand for wash skirts and suits; from bolts of the 25c
grade at 15e the yard.
50c Sport Suiting, 25c
Twilled sport suiting and skirting, in blue, pink, tan, lavender, gray
and black stripes; regular 60c kind; on sale at 2Se the yard.
50c Silk and Cotton Fabrics, 17c
T-. I -i J I .111. I ...U . .U. I.
Lmurviucrcu Dun. a.nu cubuin uiu laiwiiba . viiv ui 1.1111 ocaouii jivpu-
lar 50c fabrics; on sale from the bolt at yard, ITe.
25c Silk Stripe Voile, 12Ve
Silk strine voiles in lieht and dark (rounds: will make food service
able wash dresses; the usual 25c grade; Wednesday, 12 He the yard.
15c to 19c Wash Fabrics, 9c
Nowhere else will you find such variety of hieh-ersde batistes.
voiles, foulards, pongee and organdies, in floral, figured, striped, check
ed and combinations of stripes and floral designs; perfect goods; sold
from the bolt; usually 15c to 19c; in one big group Wed., st yard. 9s.
Bursaaa-Naab Co. Dowa-SUlrs Store
Satin Spreads $3.95
SATIN bed spreads, 90x100
inehes. Handsome assorted
raised patterns, scalloped with
cut corners. Special Wednes
day at $3.85.
Cottage Bed Sets, $3.00
A light weight woven bed
spread, conventional patterns,
with bolster cover to match;
scalloped edge; white only: per
Scalloped Table Cloths, $5
Table cloths, 2 yards; round,
scalloped edge, heavy anew-'
white satin damask; assorted
patterns; ironed ready for use;
Burseea-Naab Co. Mala Floor.
Burgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store) 16th and Harney.
He wants to hold your traje
and tries to sell you brands
he knows you will like.
He is always ready to recommend
KG Baking Powder -Ask him
M.MMeM I I l.
A BRANNEW BEVERAGE
Making an entirely new snd novel beverage from the choicest American
cereals, WITHOUT MALT, without fermentation, without sugar, not
brewed, containing NO ALCOHOL, being tax -ires; not s "beer," "near
beer" or 'temperance beer," with s flavor snd taste of Its own and being
in s elsss of Its own. , -
For sale st all drag stores, hotels, restaurants, soda fountains and soft
drink establishments. ,'
Omaha Beverage Company
Pamllv Trade Su.He4 W
2B03 N St.,
Paeae Deuilea 4231.
6002 to SolS South 30th St root.
SOUTH SIDE STATION. OMAHA. NEB.
Pboao South 1267.
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