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TUB BEE: OlfAFA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. i.012.
The Nearlyweds Jerry Can't Qet Away With It
Copyright HU, National Mews Association
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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By MELLITIOIA. Monday, Nov, 4, 1912.
PEOPLK aro amusing beings, especially whon they tiro In love.
2 knew this a long time ao, and, bolloro mo, I haro fur
nlihod some amunement along that lino, I had almost forgotten
pant Incident until I strolled Into the exhibit now bolng conducted
hT the Omaha Art Olid In the court house.
Like all careful observer I nwopt n glance around tho drapod walls
of the gallery when I onterod, but my attention waa nrroBtod Immediately
by the portrait of a wom;n.
Doing nosey, of course, I mndo inqulrlon about tho painting, and
the answers, freely glron, reminded me of my youth, for I was In love
once, mysolf. Do you notice that 1 said "once,"
e It's a boautlful painting, the colors all being so harmonlonn and the
Tor eo gracofully caroloM, Tho subject certainly must bo a peach. Ho
ller I could fall In loro with her mysolf. ''
While back on tho subject of love, let mo tell you about tho painting
before I 90 rambling off again with a lot of nonsensical talk.
The painting was done by a .well known local artist at the lnstanco
of A young aocloty man. Tho oil represents tho llkonese of his swoetheart,
dt rather the sweetheart that ho used to have. Ho wants her back, but,
M the story goes, sho Is not willing. Not being a cavoman, familiar with
the more violont methodn of kindling cold hearts, he sought a moro romantic-
Tills Is what ho did: Ho took her photograph to the artist and of
fered him a llboral amount to roproduco Itllfo site, In oil. With the spur
of liberal compensation, tho fainter put forth his best efforts, and when
ho had finished ho waa proud onough of his work to consont to havo It
hung in tho galjory.
Bxcuso mo, I'm getting away from tho real point again. Horo It Is:
Tho young man Is going to taka the painting, present It' to his former
Bwoothoftrty toll uor he did It and trust that her heart will bo mottncl to
the extent of returning to him.
No a bad Idea, ab far as roiaanco goes, but caveman methods would
probably be more effective, Tho truth Is 1 would lot her go, I am of that
sort that want thorn to come to me f reoly, voluntarily, and with a full and
' open hearC Otherwise I Would not hare them, Out, I suppose that some
people ore different.
Mlas F.mlly Kullsek entertained at hor
home Bunday evening- In honor of her'
birthday. Those present were: (
Debutante Bridge Club,
Miss Catherine Thumtnell entertained
the Debutantd Ilrldge club nt a hen
lnlnfrtan Monday attornoon. Miss Grace
WlddJeton of AVaehlngton, D. C, who la
ie truest of Miss Carinellta Chose, was
the rucit of the club. The auesta wsrel
Dlsaer for Wedding Party,
Mlw Mildred nutler entertained at
AInner Monday evanlnK for MIm Itulh
IXanuner and Mr. Harold Prltchett, whose
weddin takes place Thursday, A low
ijnowid of white chrysanthemums filled
th center of the table, I'laoes were
Mr, end Mrs. Kay 8, Nolr of Port Cat
.houn, formerly of Omaha, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Uefttrlce, to
Mr. Kygene 1'lrrce Morris of Waticka,
Hallowe'en Card Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank wngener enter
tained at a Hallowe'en card party on
Raturday evening-, when the usual
Hallowe'en customs were observed.
I'rlres were won ty Miss Lena lletill,
Mrs. T. H. Urady, Mrs. F. K. Tlrown;
Messrs. aCrl Kdener, John Wrleth and
ZiOuls Woters. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. George Nownes,
Mr, and Mrs. E. O. Mount,
Mr, and Mrs. Km II Groman,
Mr. and Mrs. John Wiioth.
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Ilener,
Mr, and Mrs. Louis Aioiers,
I Htle Mian en-
Tor Mrs. Wright.
Friday afternoon Mrs. George, u.
Wright entertnlncd at brldjce for Mrs.
Henry T. Wright of Ledanon, Mo and
Mrs, Fred Kent, a recent bride. Those
F. JDdfc-elilll, 13. Arnold,
W. II. Moran, Ulngen,
Claude Mntthnl, Pott Johnson,
Hewitt KIllxRwood, Hlchnrd Kitchen,
W. V. Fuller, Wllllan riatner,
Gus Ilolton. W. II. Ilhyn.
Harry .Uaw Fenwlck. ,
W. Ho'.ln, , Io Hamlin,
J. li, Taylor,
Mrs. George n. Wright entertained on
Thursday afternoon at a kenslngton at
her home for Mrs. Henry T. Wright of
Lednnon, Mo. The gloats Included I
Fred Aldour, F, D. Woodrow.
Dwlght .Williams, Kdward MuKacron,
J. D. Weaver.
J. D, Hiss,
n. C. MoGulrs.
1. T. Denntsoiv
Miss Vera lone Heats entertained a
number of little tots Saturday afternoon.
The party first enjoyed a glorious "hike"
south on the boulevard, after which they
returned to the homo uf Miss Heats for
a Hallowe'en luncheon. Tho rooms wore
profusaly decoratnd In Hallowe'en adorn
ments, Those present wore:
ICIUabcth Btrltttnger, Frederick Btrlttlrurer,
Virginia Moore, t.ucy Moore,
Daisy Itiche, Jcnn Field.
Dorothy BtrlUlnger, Mnrjorle Rmlth,
iNRinern laiUQl. ranees luinier,
Birtltday Surprise Party,
A surprise party was given by Mrs. D.
A. Bampaon Saturday afternoon In honor
of hrr daughter, Uierle's, thirteenth
birthday. Those present wercXtUe
I.lttle Misses- Little MIssvs
Luctle Goldstrom, Mnrte Klein,
For a cteanly bath
' The bathroom should ba
givjm a daily olMning and a
"weekly acrubbing. Nothing
la better than a solution made
fey dissolving CrtlA Dtlt waih
ng powder m water.
Thoroughly aorub and acald
ibasin and closet with the hot
uds and pour down the pipe
Wling water to which ha
bea addtxl CrtU Put in pro
ortion ef two tableooona of
Mi Dttet to every gallon of
. Clean the nickel and braae
Willi BMJUal narfii nf wriilinstdnrl ' l" Mu'V club will be a public r
eiijk tiotwnmngana jwhlch w, rtvn at the Toun,
tl DVSt . men's Christian sssoctaUon Tu
JaoU ta Be .U. M
ss4 larjo fM4t. g
. The Urf "X
Pot Misi Delleokor.
Kappa Alpha Theta have Issued cards
for a tea to bo given at the home of Mrs,
J, K. Morrison In honor of Miss Zola
Dolleoker, ono of the November brides.
About 100 guests have been Invited,
Governor Hverhart of Minnesota has
appointed Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent and
Mrs. IU R MoKelvy as delegates to the
conservation congress, which will bo held
In Minneapolis November 1.
Triesday Bridge Lunohcon Club.
Mrs. Guy Cox will entertain the Tues.
day Ilridge Luncheon club at her home
Tuesday, where places will be laid for
J, JC Morrison, liorry Montgomery,
Con Clausen, Ilussel Harris,
George Johnson. William Itarnscy
Frederick Itlebel. lr,:Harold Bvorte.
Clinton Uromn, Guy Cox.
Graoe Itohrbough, Klla Wirt,
Kola Delleoker, Irma Htaitles,
Olive Hammond, Nan Cunningham,
For MIm MlddletonT
Mrs, A. Ixrvlne and Mrs. M. Mosher
entertained at dinner Bunday noon for
Miss Grace Mlddleton, who will be one
of the November brides. Pink and white
roses wars used on the table and places
were laid for ten guests.
Mrs. I. -3, Larmon will entertain the
Comus olub Tiursday afternoon at her
In and Out of the Bee Hlver
Mrs. Chester Oline Is visiting In Lin
coln for a few days.
Miss Alta Griffen Is In Lincoln visiting
Mrs. J. M. KUIngsworth.
Miss Q race Mlddloton of Washington.
D. C, arrived Friday to be the guest of
Miss Carmelite Chaser for a month.
Miss Olive Hammond has returned from
Denver1, where sho has been visiting her
stater, Mrs. A mo Thels, for the lost nine
Miss Helen Borcnson Is visiting in Lin
coin, whore she assisted Miss Helen
Chapln at a reception given for Miss
May Louise niohards, whose wedding to
Mr. Hugo Ulrkner takes place Wedneav
Hit Gilliam Entertains,
Miss Harriet Gilliam entertained her
friends at dinner Sunday afternoon nt
her home, 1T0O Bouth Twentyelghth
street. The afternoon was spent in mualo
and a Very enjoyable time was had. Those
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is 1 1 1 rr
LU tK OOLD DV3T TWlHS Jovsnwrk1
Mrs. G. U. ailUam.
Tuesday Morning Muiical Club.
me mv meeuna o me iueeuay morn
evening, November It, at t o'clock. It
wtU be a lecture-recital by Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Kelley and tha subject of the
evening wtU ba TotV' 8onr.
Mtay bridge CUb.
Mrs. Wlllard Hcsford entertained the
Monday Urtdge club this sfternon at
her home. Mrs. H. W. Bpsldlng was the
guest of the club. Those present were;
It W. Spalding. T. U DaMa.
Jerome McGes, Glen Wharton,
C. T. Bmlth, Louis Nosh,
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1 ORKIN BROTHERS'
NEW DEPARTMENT STORE
Stone Company of
Trying for Monopoly
C, D. Woolworth, representlnx the
Commercial Land oonirany, declared be
fore the city commission that the Kettle
ltlver Stone company vraa aeektng to cs
tabllsh a monopoly here and has refused
to sell him stono at a pries which would
give him a profit.
lie had addressed a communication to
the council declining to live up to his
bid to ourb the following streets: Thirty-
third, Woolworth to Lincoln; Cuming.
Forty-third to Forty-eighth! Hurt, Twen
ty-fourth to Central boulevard; Twen
tieth, Maple to Ulnney; Nineteenth, BL
Mary's to Jonea.
Woolworth, It appeared during his ar
gument, had bid on Kettle River Htone
without first having secured a price' from
the company. Ills bid was based on the
price quotations he had received two
rears ago. Tho company refused to fur
nish the stone at the old figure. Another
company had bid on Kettle river stone
cents higher and the contract will go
to that company unless all bids are re
jected and advertised tor again.
Woolworth wanted the council to ro-
advertlse. He said the Kettle River stone
was not better than Redford. City En
gineer Craig was called In and eald Red-
ford stone was a sandstone and Kettle
River a lime stone and much harder.
Woolworth accused Mm of not knowing
what he was talking about.
Tho letter from Woolworth and another
from the Kettle ltlver company were re
ferred to the commissioner of publlo Itn-
brought forth only words of praise and surprise
from the thousands of enthusiastic visitors who
honored us by their presence.
The wonderful progress and advancement'
made By this great organization during the past few
months, created matter for serious thought from
every visitor it demonstrated beyond a doubt the
deep rooted determination of the Orkin Brothers
to make this store
The Greatest Store in the. Entire Middle West.
v A' Store for Everybody A Store for YouT
A Most Cordial . Invitation
Is extended to all those wlio were unable to attend .
our opening during the first day, to do so tomorrow.
ONE LETTERJAUSES A SDIT
"Y" Dropped from Message and Com
pany is Sued for $0,000.
TELEGRAM INVOLVED MONEY
Telearrnpti Company In TransmtttlnK
TcletrrapUlc Money Order Bent
"lSisrnt" lnntead ot
Omission of a single letter, "y," from
a telegram Is the basis of a 16,000 dam
age suit against the rostal Telegraph
Cablo company, which went to trial bo
faro Judge Lee 0. Estelle In district
court Monday. The Amorloan Express
company Is the plaintiff.
The charge brought by the express
company Is that the telegraph company
In transmitting a telepnighlo express
money order for 80.000 fronce, about
$15,800 In United States 'money, omitted
the "y" In tho word "eighty," moXlng
the order oris, for (.000 francs.
In 1M6 Joseph Watson of Watson,
Woods Rros. & Kelly company of Lin
coln, live stock dealers,, was In Ant
rrp to buy horses for sale at public
nuctlon In Lincoln. The company owed
on tho purchase prlco of the horses a bal
ance of 80,000 francs, which must be paid
before they could be shipped to the
I'hltcd States, The company paid the
United States money equivalent to the
American Express company, and ordered
an express money order, payable to
Watson In Antwerp. When Watson re
ceipts only S.000 francs) h was unable to
pay the balance. The trouble delayed
the shipment ten days. In the meantime,
It Is alleged, ths pries of horses fell. The
live stock company sued the express
company for dsmsgvs and recovered
J5.000. The company pow sues to compel
the telegraph company to make the tors
tood. It Is alleged the telegraph company
failed to "repeat" the message and had
It done so the error could have been
corrected, at once.
Dan Cupid Halted by
a Foot Ball Game
Don Cupid hod a now one sprung on
him Saturday. Ho had to wait on the
St Louls-Crelghton foot ball game.
"Cupid" Furav. after closing his of flea
Saturday, went to the foot ball game.
In the meantlmo Henry Dunkak of Clar-
Inda, la., arrived In the city to procure
a marriage ucenno to wea ucua corno-
Ilus ot Lane, Kan., who was vlsttlng her
uncle and hunt, Mr. and Mrs. N, F,
Cornelius, 3103 Jackson street. After the
game Furay came to tho office and Is
sued tho license. Then Mr. Cornelius In
company with tho groom and Rev. C.
W. Bavldge, left the court house In
Cornelius machine. They throw open
tho clutch and when at Twenty-fourth
and Farnam. were held up by a police
man, who when he heard the mission,
wished they all speed and sent them on.
MANNA AND BOWERS GIVE
BONDS FOR FEDERAL TRIAL
Arthur Mannk and John L. Bowers,
Indicted by the federal grand jury tost
week, nave given bonds to appear for
trial at the regular term of court. They
were among those Indicted for pstng the
malls to defraud. It Is charged that In
July they conrplred with Harry II. Can
non and others In a scheme of selling
purported sates territories for a certain
simplex powder ejector. Among those
who wore defrauded In this msnner were
a number of Omaha people.
Cross at the Top
Carries All Through
Many Inquiries are coming In as to
the ballot and how to vote the eight-foot
sheet Tuesday. A cross at the top after
republican carries with It a vote for
every name alt the way down the ticket
which has the namo republican after It.
It would also mean a vote for each of
tho constitutional amendments.
Should tho voter wish to scratch at any
place and vote for a democrat he must
cast a complete VQte In that subdivision;
for Instance, In tho division for state
senator, If the voter should wish to vote
for ono democrat he must moke a mark
after the other four for whom he wishes-
to vote or the vote for the person marked
would be the only one counted. The cross
mark at the top would not county tor the
others In that division.
'BEST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. .
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ltd for over SIXTY YHARS by MILLIONS of
WOTHKR8 for their CIIILURKN WlUiH
TBIiTIIINO, with PERFECT SUCCESS, It
BOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the COM3,
ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and
it the best remedy for DIARKHCEA. It is ab
tolutely harmless. Be sure aad ask for " Mrs.
Wln'oTrs Boothlng Syrup," and take bo cA.hu
v .1 lVcstr-6re cents a DOUM.
Kttb llttu KwdM'i on roar t onbmA-mtc
a llttl In your d b4 SMuUcb U luUatlT 1
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will klwtjs nit It la your bom, for eoklt,
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KONOON Mr. CO.. MtuuMli, SHm.
SeeEnpt, the Prri
said and the Hoi; Land
S. S. CINCINNATI
Equipped, with every laxvry ( the
jt modern hotels
v?,.. JAN. 28, 1913
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AVer's Hair Visor roral dntroys Mat anns
tKt csum falUM Hair. It nourUhes the tub
bales, rtttores than to htslth. The hair stops
falskaa sat. srow more rapuiy.
Aycr's IUtr Vigor Jutt as nompUydatrort the
terms that csum duidrus. It moves every
tnee of dandruff tUwlt. aad keeps ths scalp
clean and tn a htahhy condition.
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
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