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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY . lSlfl.
3 otei Polar Ezploper-s AND WlFL WHO WILL BEr Washington Social News ('-ri-it'-ri"t f -'n pnr Two I a; In Wssh rgv-n d l",:is mule h -ists j of Mends. -t asr.i and Mr. I'm ot hava an Interests ..:i .. ar'1. aire,, re hurt i takn poei, of the:; land sow near I noma. J-wt .ws the h.idtts In Coiinertl- ut a-t-n in. cliev ha-e eut-r'Vned en- i ataiitlv their own :nd tii.fir chiidran'h frlenda. Miss "hloe .Snoot is hoth a mn- 1 Irian and art -t ar.d l-.,ia oeen conspicu- ( ously Identified with the Archonlffr-s rhih. ' Omaha Visitors F f s. composed of (laughters of rep'-esientat ivas and sena'ora. Miss Flora Wilson. iaugliter of firr" tary WHaon. tvt.o aspires to singir.g grind tra. la vlsltira t hir old honw in loifa. She will a to Lirnvw and visit Mends "o fore retuinlnii to Wajihlnarton. Misa Wil ; eon has an escellent voir and her anility to play la one of the .kclighls of her Trier.d. Pha has often appealed In tma'cir thir! eala and I dan-.MV that when "Th Play house" la completed aha will prn cne of It moat indcfaligaole members. blather President and Mr. Tft hava art tha style or sot I d not U.ii. Hut I Washlngtt n l.s "gcing In" f..r ojit-alr fs clvitlaa. Mrs. Taft la a jol"3trt.in of no , maan note and tha sturdy rcslent plus I golf and rides horseuaek upon every avail ' abla opportunity. Inrte ?d. the president ' wuh4 much worry to his friends by per- listing In playing colt In the rain. ! Senator Bourne of Oregon, tne gulf ex 1 part In tha senatorial aet. tried tu point ', aut tu President Taft that It wan both 1 dai f eroua and unsatisfactory to piay In tha rajn. After tha senator had explained that good acrj-ea couid not be made and that one ran tha danger of sickness, Mr. Taft replied: "Ah, senator, getting wst was made fa- fnoua ty distinguished predecessor of ! mine." i TMa recalled tha Ions horsefrack ridea af Colonel Roosevelt ovvtr hill and d.lt in ralnatorma when lie wiuld arrive at tht I While Ilouaa dripping. But. speaking of horseback riding, Mrs. Herbert Wada- i worth, wife of Representative Wada- i worth, almost equals Colonel Ronev!t In strenuous riding. Lha and a pttrty of frtanda hare Just completed tan-day trip through Virginia on horseback, that took them over a 400-inlla Journey. Paper chasing la a form of sport which has appealed this sprimr as strongly as ever. It Is usually Indulged In on Bun days, and the flmah la usually near enough to Mrs. John R. McLean's country home for the riders to, turn In there for luncheon. Miss Kathcrine Elklns and Mlsa Grace Bell are Indefatigable horsewomen, . and now thai Mlaa aa.net Wad.tworth has re turned from Iroland, where she spent the winter, hunting three times a week, she is as enthusiastic as they over this miider port. Mr. and Mrs. McLean have closed their house in the city and will be at Friendship until It is time for them tu cj. to Bar Harbor for thai summer. Mrs. Co) I. Crawford, wife of Senator Crawford of South Dakota, will not return t Washington again thta season. Mrs. Crawford haj returned to her home In Huron oV. D., where she will be Joined by Senator Orawfart whan tha present aessiun i aMngnsa) tecminatea. . JLal dial granddaughter of President Ben- imiXk Haasrssotu Jsllaa Marthena. Harrison mm in for an amount at attantioo favea m young; girl Just entering' aodal eareee In Waahlntfton. Bug Mlaa) Harrlaon whs mada her debut ; swa siary could, wtthout question, t attaatlaaa bacavusa oC Her nnusual per' i dmtmLin JTot onl wu her father. aaasnll Eaarlaan, that aon ef a president, (bat bar mother' a family; war also dla UnguiAhad In tha world of politics, and bar mamrnai grandfather. Senator Saun ders of Nebraska, wu a commanding Agora la his day. From. both, parents Mlaa Harriaoa Inherits iatallectual atiillty which has bean carafuUr foatnrad. She Is dis tinctly good looking; In a Blonde and wbola Sume way, and has much charm of manner. Che la popular not only with tha man and girls of her own age, but also with tha older generation.,- She Is devoted td Wash ington and has won a warm place In the affections of Its smart sac , Speculation is rife, following the engage mint of Mlas Mathilda Townsend with a poHSible marriage tor Misa Katherine Wllklns. It Is now deemed certain by Uia goaalpa that Mlas Wllklns will marry an American, when she does marry. Miss Townsend and Mlsa Elklna have been fast friends and have many tastea in common. During the last winter rumors far differ ent from those which had formerly con nected Mlaa Hlkica with a foreign alliance hava bean rife. So pe raiment hava been these rumors that her engagement to a Washlngtonlon would soon ba mada public .jt a formal announcement would hardly soma as a aurpriaa to eoclety. However, Ultra are many admirers of Miss Eikins who still cling to tha Idea of a semi-royal marriage for her. v. Tha wedding of Muta Catherine Buah "all Leupp, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Tranola B. Leupp, and Reginald Davis Johnson at Pasadena, Cai., will take place at tha Leupp residence in this ally on Juna a Tha wedding will ba a very quiet ona General Leonard Wood, tha new chief of staff. United Slates army, will not come tu Washington until Juna. much to the regret of his friends here, General and Mrs, Wood are now snrouts for i:ioa Ay re a. where General Wood will represent the United States at tha International ex position, opening May 25. They hava a number of friends at tha Argentina capital, now oua of tha most desirable diplomatic posts In South America The laawartavat saeetlo. Father." aaid tha lt-vear-old bov, "I hae coma to ask yo te forgive me." "What'a tha matter, my eon"- "I have married a girt who I three yaara elder than 1 am." My bov' My bov? Do you know you hav broken my hart?" "Oh. I Knew thai without having to fme here to find It -ut. hut are you going to support ua" Chicago Post. Sanatorium This Institution ( ta only one" la tha central wwt wlrh Mnsrais ouuuiags situated la their amule grouna. yet entirely tlact gad renjarinz It nussib oil dig- to cUisity cases. Tha one uulldlng being fitted for and devoted to tht treatment ct nonconUaioua aad BonmonUl dlaaase. no others be ing admitted. TSa othar, Raat Ccttac. btilag designed for and devoted to tha exclusive treatment f select mental ease, requiring for a tA watchful care ana spa tial tarsia V.n . " . 1 i ' . j s -v M t J i : - :. ; : L - - t r" c -!' T f V ?j I -1 ft ! h ' ' .iMisstav' I a l ua , J H 1 -v .,,.-. -i ...- JO IAD? SEflCEETffir or court. divided the honors of his great achieve Friday, the Thirteenth ment with the Intrepid men who accom- dome timid ones might hesitate before panied him and shared with him the prl- making such a date, but traditluns and omens have no terror, evidently, for Lieu tenant Ernest H. Shackelton, the English exporer. who comes to Omaha. Friday, May 13. to deliver a lecture In the Auditorium. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Shackel ton and tfld event will be an epoch in local military circles. Lieutenant and Mrs. Shackelton will be extensively entertained while In Omaha. All the world loves a man who does things. Lieutenant Ernest Phackelton of Personal News Mri. Yer&es About to Take On So. 3 aad Toajues Are Wain Billy Lowef tile Man Newport Season Hot Tet Open, but the Word "Cottaye" ii Defined "3lillionair e Kid" in Siaring Stunt with Autos. BT MARGARET WATTS DR PET STEP NEW TORK. May 1 (Speelal Dispatch to Tha Bee.) It la being whispered that Mrs. Charles T. Terkes. wife of the late "traction king," may take a third hus band. Ever since the Mlzrer marriage failure, Mrs. Terkes has been living quietly, dividing her time between Xew j Tork and Paris. She rowed that If she I ever got rid of Wilson Mlxner, she would) never marry again. Out sttcn promises to'"11 awsuing ine arr.vai cr n s t-.t .er fats are often made. And now It Is Billy Lownr who Is spoken of as tha third choice. Gossips r net backward In asserting that tha enjraite ment may be announced at any time. Mr. Lower Is wealthy, but ha Is nellher a clubman nor a member of society. Suf ficient to say that he made his millions In New Tork real estate and Is nearly SO years of age. Although tha Newport season has not been formally opened, the eottages arw fill ing up rapidly, and those who hare not ar rived are making extensions or a'teratlons upon their cottages In the fashion colony. Fancy calling a fifteen-room residence with half a doeen bath rooms, a spacious dining room and a great ball room, a cot tage. And yet they do It In Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Vanderbllt will arrive in Newport shortly. Other cottage arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Oelrlchs, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thomas. Daniel Leroy Dreaaer, Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Child, William Cabell. Mr. and Mrs. Oaergs H. Benjamin. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt, Mrs. R., Livingston Beckman and Mrs. Henry Clews. Master John Nicholas Brown, aged 9, one of the richest lads In America If not the world, aspires to show Newport soma caw tricks this summer with his motor boat. Master Brown's fnnd mamma, Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, is proud of her son's proweas and believes that he will some day be skipper of tha Newport Motor Boat club. About the time that leas fa- If . : Jit U - " ! . u ' i I " it . ; . . f '.- ,.V L I i rMf" "'::'.'' , ! i I ri tK i II " ' i - j fl SO CTWEST SHACKLETON If the Royal Naval Reserves of England is a man of this aharacter. It was he wttlt hia little band of Intrepid explorer that made the dash from Lyttle ton Island, January 1. 18. in their ship Nlmrod. for the South Pole and two y-ars later reached latitude S8:2i 111 statute miles, or n!nety-evn 'Oi;raphic:al miles from the southern axis of the earth. Lieutenant Sir Ernrst j"hackleton is now making a lecture tour of the United states, accompanied bv his wile, tilling in a mple terms the thrilling story of his great schlevement. He will deliver his lecture In the Omaha Auditorium Friday evening. May 13. Lieutenant Shuckelton la deservedly one of the most popular explorers of the cen tury. He started on his voyage southward with no fanfaronade ef trumpets. He came eack with a simple, believable story. He vattons ef two years In an Antarctic cli mate, and the glory of reaching the "farthest south," the ascent of Mount Erebus, and distinctly bluxinw the trail that shall lead others to rrnch the soal that was so nearly his. Since Lieutenant 9lr Ern'ot ghacklton and Mrs. Shackelton have been In the United States they have been the constant recipients of the most marked att'n;iin. both in the highest social circles of tlie country and by President Taft and the many learned and scientific societies of the country. from New York vored youngsters are indulging in th less ornate sports of playlnt bull In a vacmt ! lot or building mud pies. Master Bro-vn I Is runfiing his own automohile and his own I motor boat. He is an expert c.hauffeHr. I and his new bout, which cost over tl.noi. is ! th speediest so far seen about X-swro. t 1 I While Theodore Roosevelt, jr. !s impa-j land his wedding day. the news is waf-e.i from abroad, whera the Theodora Rioso I velts. sr., are still, that Kermit has b e i ! shot by the boy god. When ICerm.t ar rived In Paris he wss lntrod;ird to Mlsa I Rutherford, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. K. Rutherford. He was seen often with Miss Rutherford and danced with her and i rode with her and looked at the sisht of; Parts In her eampanv. Who knows hut j that Kermlt'a engagement may be an- j nounced soon? j Foxhall Keene, who ha-s foresworn ! America for England, has recovered from a broken shoulder blade gotten while chas ing the elusive red fox across his country estate. Mr. Keens Is the most daring steeplechase rider In England and before ha left New Terk he held that same honor here. A little thing like a broken lib or a smashed collarbone doean't worry him In the least. Era Is fortnight haa sped it would not be surprising to learn that hs had crumpled up his anatomy again. He haa been hurt a docen times by hia daring riding. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney will occupy a cottage at Newport this summer. Mr. Whitney spent last summer in England watching his horses run, but he Is mora In terested In American turf affairs than for eign this year. His large stable Is being raced upon all the tracks about here, or upon the tracks opened so far. The announcement that Frank Jay Gould would spend this coming summer In - j? estl. LuA.SI.Li. CLLTB AX 1 I America and would transfer his racing stable to our shores from France seemed Improbable to all his friends. I cauld not reconcile this change of attitude on Mr. Gould's part at all. You all remember that Frank Gould sailed from Amerii a about the. time that an enterprising New York newspaper printed batches of bis ardent love lettera to Bessie De Voie. the music hall singer. At that time Mr. Gould vowed that he would renounce his American cit Isensblp and become a legal resident of France as his sister, the Duchess de Tallyrand now Is. But Mr. Gould's fortune Is so entangled with rude and unclouth American affairs that It may be that his presence here Is necessary. There are these who Insist that the wedding of Mlaa Mathilda Townsend and Peter Goelet Gerry, younger son of El bridge T. Gerry, will equal that of tha Drexsi-Gould wedding In else and splendor of appolntmenta Mrs. Townsend has a splendid establishment and entertains In lavish fashion. Miss Townsend la tha pret tiest of the halt-eases of the capital. This marriage, like tha Drexel-Gould wedding, seems to confirm a new fashion for Ameri can heiresses ss Indicating that the Im la 3 IT6 FIRST DUTtnR .... rf , A .a"' J A. skJ - r wesMrasjass mil. Si pecunious titled foreign fortune hunters have been rebuffed. The bridal gifts will probably be costly. Mr. Gerry has very many relatives In the millionaire set. Miss Townsend also Is connected with a number of the rich Philadelphia families and ha: many friends here and also abroad. The palatial Plaza hotel, whicli houses more members of the foreign nobility than any other house in the United States, has within its portals now probably the most exclusive member of aristocracy yet to scan Americans through a lorgnette. 9he is the Princess Lwoff Parlaghy. The prin cess maintalna a suite of seven rooms, a score of servants and rides in a liveried coach. Her ezclualver.ess Is such that she refused to ride upwards In the elevator pardon me, lift with the Duehes of Man chester. When tha princess engaged her suite she stipulated that, when she ascended In the elevator, no other persons save her attendants might enter tht car. The Duke of Manchester was horribly put out over the Incident when the duchess was expelled from the car, but diplomacy secured peace. Members of the nobility at the PI a as Y i i c c EFFORT TO PLEASE THE DISCRIMINATING PURCHASER OFW CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS WILL BEtfS EARNEST AS DURING THE. PAST TWENTY YEARS OF SUCCESS ERTEDHOLM DIAMOND MERCHANT r CMRH virv 16-21 I 9 IO ,Y0U ARE CORDIALLY INVITED now or recently there are Sir Eric Par tington. Lady Barrlngton, Lady Wilson, aunt of the Duke of Marlborough: the Duke of Manchester, the Duchess of Man chester. Lord William Cecil, Lady Cecil, Sir Henry Kltson and Colonel Kltson. Arrangement for the marriaue of Miss Blanche Pauline Hillings, da.iunter of Mrs. Cornelius K. CJ. Billings, and Mr. William lialatead Vender Poel. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Oakley Vander Poel. hava been completed and It will be celebated at the home of her parents on June 4. The Bill ings family Is too well known for com ment and Mr. Vender Pool comaa from one of the old and wealthy Knickerbocker families. Perhaps you would gtiess that from his name. Misa Billings' only at- tendant will be Misa Margaret Blllinga of Jr , will be the best man. The ushers will be Messrs Wright Barclay, Dongan de Peyster. Theron R. Strong. Lynford M. Dickinson, Douglaa Green, Peter L. Far- Jr.. Charles L. Orenough and Albert num. M. Killings. Mr. ande- Poel takes an active part In athletics and la a member of the Baltusrol Golf club and the Rock away Hunt club. 1 - a . r SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVERS The New Tork World in Cemmeatuif Upon Unscrupulous Manufacturers f Them, Says: "The fakes put on the market in tha last tan years have numbered their via lima by the hundred of thousands. alinpty promises have ,been made by scores of promoters in the wild scram ble to get the money. The marvel IS that woman has nut bcum ao thoroughly disgusted as to reject all treatments for "But her hope for a remedy Was not In vain, and tha credit of ooming ta her a-iuuttam-e fell to an American. Only a tew yeara ago the now well known Do !ravle treatment waa brought forth an. I it proved to be a reveiaton in "?,ler2- , le":;e , ,A representative of the , ,.ovrY amt the methods by which It was j Introduced to tne puBlic. He found - . naustle testa have anown it to ne me ' Ion desired, practical, expeditluua and 'safe ay in whicn to destroy the growth iof hair Thoae who put It before the public knew the fallacy and dlahoneaty I of publishing extravagant claims. They ! Out nut resort to any catch schemes. such as making a prospective customer a special offer of personal lntareat. Thfv Btarted In to win the confidence ef tnose interested, and In this wsy thsy nave been eminently successful. a What la moro to the point, it haa been indorsed by prominent physician , rep resentative medical journals and lead ing niatfaslnea dw'oted to woman's cause. There la too much at atake to rlak svx-n iruloi'Menieiu.i if they are not true to the letter Omr the reault of repealed ehem-i'-al exp'-rinients and a thorough know-i-iiue of the orialn of all ha.r irowtl roii aland against the inves'.lgai ion of such aut norf ties. The Ua Miracle i.nem iral (.'onipany la open and aliove board tn every detail. The indorsement S are I not just claimed. A little probing on the part of tiie paper disclose t.ie tact thai uiev are published and nm broadcast, with me identity and address of tne writer or publication added Thfa is the stumbling block of all - al)d rem edies. A reputable member of the med ical profession or a publication In good standing rouid never afford te be identic fled 'liti anything that savors of a take, and the voluntary praise given througli these channels la not to be bought witn monev. It la given on the atrengtli af conviction. When ao rn "sble a publica tion sa the New York World publishes audi tucta as the above in reference to hair removers It should be sufficient to convince any one that De Mlrarle la the only absolute safe, reliable and trust worthy liair remover aver offered tha public. De Miracle la sold by Sneinian A Mci'onneli Drug Co., lath and Dodge, and the ul Drug Co., lth and Harney. The uompleia article of tha New Vora World and Editorials of many ether well known public! lone, witn our BiKiklet containing test lino mala, will be mailed fine In plain sealed envelop en raaueeu Address De Miracle Chemical Co., lept ivh Park Ave and IStn St., New Yora. Write for it todsy. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Aa Ideal Karat rar.