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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1916.
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society iotes : rersonals : Ulub Doings
SOCIETY FOLKS GO
. Almost Desert . Clubs for a
Chance to Plunge In the
SIMPUCITY IS THE SLOGAN
By MELLIFICIA August 4.
? Society is thinning oat. Here and
there a sturdy oak of the social forest
- is still standing unphased by the de-
- grees of heat and cold, but most of
the giants of the greenwood have
' transplanted themselves without even
giving notice of their withdrawal.
Now and then breezes blow in from
lake and aeashore or from the west
ern mountains to give evidence that
they still live, although in other
climes. Those who are with us have
gathered about them a host of beau
tiful and friendly vines to helo them
' to endure the drought of summer.
The country clubs are almost for-
lorn these days. The young people
are the only reliable patrons, and
" even they are prone to wander away
. where there is water for swimming.
When they do drop in for dinner and
' dancing they behave as simply as pos
' sible. .No fancy dancing disturbs the
evening calm. Simplicity is the slo-
College young persons, not con
tent with living in the same fraternity
' or sorority house with each other for
i nine months of the year, must needs
come to visit each other during the
' remaining three. The latest arrivals
' are at the home of Miss Berta Fern
v-iarx oi council oiuns, ana win De
- her guests at dinner. Tomorrow Miss
- Louise Bailey will entertain them at
luncheon at the Commercial club and
tomorrow evening , Dr. and Mrs.
i Jenks will give a dinner for them at
their home. After dinner the girls
will go to Happy Hollow for the
.evening. Monday they will motor to
., Lincoln to take Miss Pauline Parks
of York, that far on her homeward
. College Girl' Reunion.
Miss Helen Master ot Kansas City,
Mo., has arrived to spend several
weeks with her schools friends at the
Miss Louise Bailey and Miss Flor
, ence Jenks. Miss Ruth Purcell of
Hampton, la., and Miss Pauline
. Parks of York, Neb., are coming to
. complete the party. Miss Parks -will
'.. also visit Miss Berta Fern Clark of
Council Bluffs. Many entertainments
. are being planned for these girls. .
. Pleasures Past
The Pagalco club gave a delightful
. launch party on Carter lake Tuesday
' evening for its members and friends.
" Three launches were decorated with
Japanese lanterns and music was fur
nished by the Duo Sextext A dainty
luncheon was served on the boat.
Timely Fashion Hint
'Br LA RECONTEUSE. '
'mm ttVt a J
Separate collar and cuff sets are ex
tensively used at the present- time.
Worn with a trim sailor suit or a one
piece frock, they afford a very at-
, Golf Club Picnic.
The women of the Prettiest Mile
" Golf club will hold their annual pic
. nic Saturday afternoon in Miller
' park. There will be a short business
meeting at 3 o'clock, followed by va
rious stunts for young and old, in
charge of the social committee, Mes
' dames Ray Rainbolt, chairman; W.
1 H. Flinn and A. M. Smith. At 6
o'clock a lanch will be served by the
A- L. Shut
1. H. Cutoff,
a W. Fflnflnt,
L. D. Hopktne,
- W. J. Lucaa,
. Frank Creedon,'.'
' C. A. Qrandan,
v. u. uratgneaa..
J. G. Duienberrv.
Florence . MeCordjr.
" Jl. A. Newell,
.. Xjmura Look.
I J. Hoovor,
W. B. Taylor,
T. L. L.rkln,
C. H Wlthnell,
William H. Pruner,
H. O. Heller,
C. G. Haynee,
H. R. Schroeder,
J. M. Sturderaat,
Vlnoent Haecall. '
" Mrs. A. D. Mallory of Chicago, 111.,
and W. H. Linn of Meadow Grove,
Neb., were united in marriage Thura
' day evening at 8 o'clock at the
Kountie Memorial church. Rev, O. D.
Baltzly officiating. Little Dorothy
Fern Mallory was lovely all in white,
with pink ribbons, and carrying a bou
' quet of roses. .The bride wore a dark
; blue traveling suit, with k bouquet of
sweet peas and lilies of the valley.
1 Mrs. Linn is a daughter of the tate
' Mr. and Mrs. Lyman P. Sutley, ear
: ly settlers of Omaha. The groom is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Linn of
Paxton, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Linn
left for Colorado and the west, where
their future home will be.
! A pretty and unique wedding was
celebrated at high noon Thursday,
when Miss Ida J. Padour and Edson
O. Walker were married at their new
home at 5521 North Twenty-fourth
street in the presence of the imme
diate families. Rev. H. Bross of Lin
coln, uncle of the bride, officiated.
J he color scheme was carried out
in pink and white with centerpiece of
pink and white rosebuds. The bride
was gowned in white taffeta combined
with Ueorgette crepe.
The bride is a graduate of Doane
college and a successful ' Nebraska
teacher. The groom is a graduate of
Nebraska university and at present is
employed in the engineering depart
ment of the Paxton & VierTing Iron
Informal Affairs for Visitors.
Miss Gladys Young of Chicago,
who was the guest of Miss Sybil
Nelsen, is spending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Murray. , Infor
mal foursomes are being given for
her, but no formal entertaining is
planned until the arrival 'of Miss
Juanita Hector of Walnut, la., who
will motor to Omaha, probably next
Monday, to take Miss Nelsen and
Miss Young home with her for a
Miss Kathryn Crocker of Cedar
Rapids, la., who is visiting Miss Ruth
Fitzgerald, and her hostess,, took
luncheon with Mr. Fitzgerald this
At Carter Lake Club.
The women Swimmers of Carter
lake will have a race against time
this evening at 6:30. They will start
from the diving dock at the club
house and race to Municipal beach.
Those entertaining at luncheon yes
terday were: Mrs. Fodrea, with
twelve guests; Miss Hedwig, Rosen
stock, with six guests, and Mrs. O.
W. Malstrom and Mrs. Nate Mantel
with smaller parties.
Paul Hungate gave a dinner party
last evening. His guests were:
Honor Norrla, Catharine Norrla,
Dolly Eddie, alary Welah.
Charlea Haeatla, B. A. Tllden.
Walter flprengel, Elmer Olaon.
Mrs. Emma Rice had a dinner
party composed of:
Mr. and Mre. C. H. T. Rfepen,
Lillian Roaenawela. Bdna Hoeenawete;.
Meaara . Mealre-
Herrejr Rleev Fred Rice, '
Charles Rice, Robert Roaenawelc.
Andrew Murphy entertained
twenty-two of his automobile sales
men and office force at. dinner at the
club Thursday evening .
Other diners were: Mr. William B.
Drake, Dr. and Mrs, H. M. Fitzgib
bons, Dr. L. A. Dermody, and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Hiller with eight
At Happy Hollow Club.
Reservations for the -Saturday
evening dinner dance at Happy Hol
low club have been made by B. A.'
Walk-Over Shoe Sale
Low Shoes for Men and Women
SATURDAY AND MONDAY ,
$3.50 to $7.00 Low Shoes
' on S,ala
$1.95 to $4.95
One Lot Women' Button and Lace
$1.00 WHITE $1.00
Nubuck Boot All Sizes, 2 to 8; All Widths,
. Triple A to L
Walk-Over Boot Shop
Between Farntun and Harney on 16th. 317 South 16th.
tractive finishing touch to an outfit.
Illustrated is a set in white broad
cloth. Black silk stitching and satin
buttons serve as trimming.
Wilcox for ten guests and by E. F.
Leary for four.
At the Country Club.
Mrs. M. G. Colpetzer has a din
ner reservation at the' club this eve
ning. Tomorrow Miss .Margaret Meyer
will have fourteen guests at luncheon.
Reservations for the dinner-dance
have been made by W. J. Foye for
seven; by Paul Gallagher for eight,
and by R. M. Rogers for eight.
At the Field Club.
Reservations for the Saturday even
ing dinner dance at the Field club
have Ijeen made by Mr. 'A. H. Peters
for a party of' thirteen and by Mr.
C. E. Hunter for seven.
Miss Beulah Sharp has returned
from White Bear Lake, Minn., where
she has been visiting Mrs. R, L.
Hamilton at her cottage.
. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McVann and
Miss Esther leave Monday evening
for Glenwood Springs, Colo,
Luncheon for Mlsa Jones.
Miss Helen Garvin entertained in
formally at luncheon today for Miss
.visiting at the R. R. Evans home.
- ine will Load tamiiy is spending
the summer until Sept. 1, at Am
herst, N. J. ,
In and Out of the Bee. Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Belden will ar
rive Saturday morning from Madi
son, Wis., where they have been
spending the last six weeks. - The lat
ter part of this week they are stop
ping in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Charles Norton and daughter,
Miss Pearl, "will leave tomorrow to
spend three weeks at Stead's hotel,
Estes Park, Colo.
Little Bobbw's Pa
By WILLIAM F. KIRK.
Mister & Missus Bott was up to
the house last nite, Misses Bott is a
Fatal-ist & Mister Bolt is a Metho
dist, he said. I asked Pa what is a
Fatal-ist & Pa sed any man that gits
married becums a Fatal-ist it ac
cepts his Doom without batting a eye,
Oh, I find so much comfort in my
beleef in Fate, sed Misses Bott,
Everything is on the chart, doant
you think? she asked Pa.
Everythin & then sum, sed I'a.
The old chart ain't ever wiped
I am always glad tomeet a kin
dred soul, she sed to Pa. My hus
band is so ab-surd about the
fillosofy of life, he thinks beekaus
he sings in the choir he will be
reewarded in a fuchur , exist-er.
Do vou beleeve that?
I doant know, sed Pa. I never herd
The Fincer of Fate, sed Miss
Bott, it points now & forever It
points the way of the yung & the
old. It is crool 6t coiu, sne sea.
It is colder for sum. pcepul than
others, maybe, sed Pa. 1 ain't got
no kick cumming, sed Pa.
I feer vou do not grasp my
meening, sed Ma's trend. The
grate & pourful of this wurld was
tated to be grate s pouriui.
I see, sed Pa. & the other was
fated to be Probishunists. .,
You are either dense tr,you are
fok.ng fun at me, sed Missus Bott.
f I am correck in my latter sir
mize, she sed, yure humor is in-1
I was never moar in earnest in
my life, sed Pa. Me .& my wife
offen talks oaver the fillosofy of
Life, why we are here & ware we
are going. My wife is un-animus
on whare I am going, sed Pa.
My wife - aays that nothing we
can do is going to help or hinder
ua in our heerafter, sed Mister
Bott . That is why I cut up onst
in a while.
Ha Ha, sed Pa, you & I will
have to git together sum eevning.
I havvent done any high rolling
for many moons. I suppoas, sed
Pa, if we both shud git pinched
that wud be the work of Fate tco.
I guess there is no danger of
yure going larking with my bus-:
band, sed Missus Bott He is a
grate hoam body. He luvs his books
& his reeding lamp.
My husband has a reeding lamp:
too, sed Ma. I used it for a light
in the window to guide him hoam'
after midnight. He is vary brite, sed
Ma. The minit he sees that lite'
he knows his hoam address & counts'
I guess I will have to beegin;
beeleeving in Fate myself, sed Ma.
It must have been Fate that brot
my husband acrost my path. A
fortune teller toald mc onst that I
wud marry a nite watchman, sd
Well, in any eevent, sed Missus
Bott, I deerive a grate deel of cum
furt out of my beleef in Fate. I
alwaya keep saying to myself noth
ing matters, nothing counts.
I' see, sed Pa, especially yure:
,50c Table d'Hote Dinner
13th and Douglas
ISth and Douglai
August Clean -Up Sale!
On All Women's and Misses' Garments
It would b unfair to yourself not to take
advantage of thee August Cleanup prices ot
half and even less than half waatefully ex
travagant not to do It, and without delay.
Clean-Up of Wash Suits and Dresses
Nearly all of our entire stock of wash suits
and dresses is offered in two big sale lots.
FOE GARMENTS FOE GARMENTS
W0ETH TO $8.75 WORTH TO $18.50
The Drawee lnolude voiles, linens, organdies and
nets In white or colored effect The Suite Include -white
gabardine or awning stripe Sport Suits In
wash mater tale. Every one a remarkable value.
A GROUP OF STYLISH
Former Prices $30. to $40
About M DrwMw In til in th
hmoii'i mo fuhtonfthu modal.
Tha atytea tvr a food for Fall
for duett); dwiiii. Sharp eyes
will pick tha oraam of tha offer
lev flnrt, of eeuraa. It baboovaa
Ton to coma early.
CHOICE OF ALL OUR
Two Big Sale Lots
$1.25 Middies for.... 85o
$2.50 Kiddies for.. $1.25
$3.75 Silk Middies.. $2.50
Out goes these remaining
Some Were Worth $40
Not many are left, but what
there is are wonderful bar
gains. They would be fine
to start the Fall season with.
CLOSING OUT OUR
Two. Big Sale Lots
FOR COAT8 FOR COATS
Worth $15.00 Worth $2240
v 20 Different Styles
Regular $1.60 Values
JSB DOUGLAS '
Oya Store Will Close
Saturday Evening at 6 o'Clock
WE do this to give our organization the opportunity to
enjoy the recreation of a few extra hours during the
month of August. Our patrons can aid us quite materially
by shopping early in the day, especially on Saturday. "
"eve rytkjoy stork"
Friday, August 4, 1916. STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY.
Phono D. 137
Clearing Men's and Young Men's
At Extreme Price Reductions
A DETERMINED effort to clear our decks of every summer gar
ment before inventory and if price has anything to do with it
there will be a great outgoing Saturday.
Two groups: .
MEN'S SUMMER SUITS
Were $10.00 to $12.00, Now
INCLUDING Palm Beach, cool cloth, crash and hot weather
t materials, in pinch back or plain styles. ,
MEN'S SUMMER SUITS
Were $13.65 to $16.50, Now
Men's fancy palm beach outing pants web $3, now $1.95.
Men's allwool serge outing pants; were $5 to $6, now $3.95.
Buree-Naa Ca. Teurth Fleer.
A Sale of MEN'S SHIRTS That Were
$2.50 to $6.50, in Two Groups, at
.45 and $3.45
T'S the shirt buying opportunity of the season a clears- ,
way of more than ordinary importance. Including:
Satin Striped Tub Silk Shirts
High Grade Fancy Madras Shirts
In the season's newest and best colorings and latest patterns
in the famous "Star" brand and other high grades.' There's
not a shirt in the lot worth less than $2.50 and many of them
were $5.00 to $6.50. All sizes from 13ia to 18. Don't
overlook this opportunity to buy your season's supply and
tell your friends about it, they'll thank you for it. .
, Men's $1.50 Sample Union Suits, 59c
The sample union suits from a large distributing house.
Some are soiled and mussed from display in the sample
room, but every garment is perfect. The sizes are 38, 40
and 42 only, usually to $1.50 for 59c
Men's 50c Wash Neckwear 25c '
A big selection of washable neckwear in four-in-hands, de-;
joinvilles, etc., new colorings and shapes. The 60c sort
clearaway price 25c. .
Burg ets-Nash Co. Metal Floor. . e '
Boys', Straw Hats
Were to $3.50, at
THIS includes all the well made
favored shapes in straw hats
for boys in our stock.
Boys' $5 Panamas, $1
A splendid Selection of Panama
hats for boys, were $5.00, Satur
day, choice from tha stock, at $1.
Boys' $5.00 Suits, $3.95
Boys' suits, made of Panama,
Palm Beach and cool cloth, sizes
for aes 6 to 16 years, Norfolk
and pinch back coats, Knicker
pants, were $5.00, Saturday $3.95.
Boys' $1.50 to $2 wash suits, 95c
Boys' wash suits to $3.00, $1.48.
Boys' sport shirts, price. ,
Boys sport blouses, 60c.
Bureeia-Naah Co. Fourth Floor.
Your Last Chance, Men !
Jin III II ea I I I ., I , 0 '
Any Straw Hat Saturday! at
SOME straw hat sales look very good in the announce
ment, but there is always a disappointment after
wards. There will be no disappointment in this sale we
assure you. Positively every straw hat in stock (panamas
excepted) not a hat that was less than $1.50, choice Sat
urday at 25c.
Burjeee-Nee. Co. Fourth Floor.
Clearaway Sale of Working Men's Shoes
In the Down Stairs Store at $1.95
Theshoefor: '' ', V
Mechanics, Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Teamsters, Stone Masons,
Brick Layers, Freight Handlers, Laborers, Etc. -
The shoes are made of heavy tan duck. Will'outwear leather. Have special rolled pro-."
cess, rubber soles, guaranteed non-breakable counters and box toe. Practical, comfort- -able
and serviceable. Very special Saturday in the Down Stairs shoe department at $1.95
Bttrsoac-Naab C--riow. Sutra Store. V V '' '
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