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THE BEE: OMAHA, THFESDAY, JUNE 5, 1913. Daily Fashions rm O O 1 & vBee-Hive By MELLIFIOIA. Wednesday, June 4, 1913. HE Keogh-Rogers bridal party hnd an exciting afternoon trying to find out which train itho bride nnd groom were to take for ttao I east Five o'clock found the entire wedding party at the station, elaborately dressed, as they had Just como from the wedding breakfast, but tho brido and groom could not bo found. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Myers of Dubuque, who woro out-of-tbwn guests at the woddlrig, wero to tako tho 5 o'clock train, so tho wedding party circled around thorn and showered thorn with rose leaves, and tho crowd at tho station Joined In tho merriment by trying to get a gllmpso of tho brido and groom. Con ductors and porters were duly warned to tako care of the cotlplo. Of course, evoryono kissed tho bride and tho bridesmaids and matrons took turns in taking tho bride's place. Tho wedding party then took a motor trip to one of the clubs until tho next train at 6 o'clock, when they returned and fo'und tho bride and groom at the station, but they had spent their rose leaves and much of their enthusiasm, so tho real bride and groom did not get as ostentatious a start as tho wedding party had planned, to the rollef of both Mr. Kcogh and his bride. Tho party Included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nash, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Swobe, Mr. and Mrs. B. 3. Wcstbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crelghton, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Smith, MIbs Elizabeth Congdon, Miss Ciairo Holone Woodard, Miss Mario Woodard, Paul Gallagher and Ben Gallagher. luncheon at Country Home. Mrs. John R. Ittngwalt entertained tho members of 'the rerlan history olnes at luncheon nt her country home on tho Florence river road Tuesday. The guests were taken out In agtomohlles and lunch eon was served on the porch. Those present were: llefdamen-' Charlos Offutt. N. P. Fell. Ida M Hanchctt. Mlwes Edith Tobltt. Anna Fell, Erna Hadrn. Mendarnon Warren 8. Hlaekwrll, John McDonald, John R. Hlngwalt. Mlses Amy Sliver, Hope linnchett. lor Miss Zabcl. Numerous social affairs are being given In honor of Miss KHa Zabet of Milwaukee, who la the guont of Mrs. Charles D. Beaton. Last evening Will Schnorr rntcriolned at dinner at Millard, a party of ten motoring to Millard for dinner Today Mrs. Uoaton entertained Infor mally at luncheon at her homo for Mlsi Zabel. rink-shaded peonlos wero used Jn decoration, nnd covers wore' placed for: Mcsdanice Misses MacMlllan Harding. EJJfJ1' no'iHl AEwfc C monC.ty. Coto.I entries Deacon. Dorothy Morgan, Qharle Beaton. GlmlyB Voters. Orcohe Bridge Benefit. One of the largest brldgo parties of the year will bo tho brldgo party given at tho Country club Thursday for tho beno ilt of tho Crccho. Thcro will be four sections, two will bo for auction bridge, ono for straight brldgo and another section will bo for tha younger girls. Numerous beautiful prises jhavo been donated and tho committee expects to sell many tickets at the door. At Happy Hollow. Numerous dinner parties were given at the club Tuesday evening. Tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Putvor weroj Major, and Mrs. Carl Hartmann, Fort Omaha. Dr. John Trlndcr. Fort Omaha.. . Mr. and' Mrs. J. C. Klnslcr. Mr. and Mrs. Slbbersen entertained: Mr and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. North. Mr. and Mrs. U II. North. Mrs. Evans. Columbus. Mrs. Chambers, Columbus. Mr Edgar Howard, Columbus. Mr. Swain, Columbus. Among others who entertained wore Mr. John McDonald, who had four gueits; Mr Raymond Hayward, six; Mr. 12. Q. CJunther, nlnoi Mr. Myron Hayward, four, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Belt, eight. Entertains at Luncheon. Mrs. C C. Oeorge was hostcca at a de lightful luncheon today nt her new home In Dundee. Bpriug flowers wero used In decoration, and covers were placed for twenty-six. H. T. 0. Club Entertained. The N. T. C elub was entertained by Mrs. C. B. Breen Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. R. I Itowe will bo tho hostess njxt Tuesday. At tho last meeting threat tables wer( placed for high ,flve and prises were' won by Meidames Henry Humpert. W. O. Clark, Frank Bnydex, R. 1. Rows, U J. Piattt and Mrs. J. ttfovak. Card Club Entertains. The members of the "3. F. V. club en tertained their husbands at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dodds, In Dundee. Tuesday evening. Thote present were: Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ames. Mr and Mrs. D. 11. Weir. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Billings. Mr and Mrs. 8. 8. Swift. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. nuehler. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sherman. Mr and Mrs, A. E. Dodds. Mr and Mrs. N II. Seller. Mr. and Mrs. John Klche. Mr and Mrs. 11. II. Schraeder. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lundbeok, Mr and Mrs. Wilson. Mr and Mra Shtppard. Mrs. Thurma Bills. For Viiitor. . Mrs. J. II. Hanoy nnd Mrs. J. B. Will iams entertained Tuesday at a kenslng ton at the home of Mrs. Haner for Mrs. Karl J. Perry of Marshalltown, la. Prises for the guessing contest were awarded to Mrs. J. C. Bcatty, Mrs. Oeorge Mar shall and Mr. Earl J. Perry. Those present wero: Mesdames J. II. Hanoy, J. D. Wins, Kan J. Perry. J. II. Wootun, J, F. Owen, O. W. Norrls, Will Hayncs. Merrick 13. Lease. A. It. Pardun. II. O. Hchonlau. John Keyser, .Misses Ilaael I Tuner. Kd'th I.earo. Helen Norrls, Mesdameii Harvey Win. W. W. Green, Oeorge Marshall. Hlcksteln, J. R. Nllsson, C. Seddc Hill. T. A. Stevens, McKenna. K. Barothky, J. n. Beatty, Misses Mabel Chilson. Blanche Westgate. Luncheon at Happy Hollow. The Omaha and Major Isaac Sadler chapters of -tho Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution will give their annual luncheon nt Happy Hollow Friday, June 13. For the Future. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hansy will en tertain at cards Thursday evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J, Perry of Marshalltown, la. Kalish-Anspacher Engagement. vn engagement or local interest Is nnnounced In Now York. Mrs. Carrie F. Anspachcr announces tho engagement of her daughtct, Nathanla, tp Mr. Abram Kallsh. Both are formor residents of Omaha and have a large circle of friends here. Miss Anspnrher has been educated abroad, and has for some years past been Instructor of muslo In the orphans" Home, and Is also a soloist at Temple Emanuel. The last four years Mr. Kallsh has been residing In New Yorkv EUasser-MeMillan Engagement. Mr. and Mra. Peter 13. Elsasssr an nounce tne engagement ot their sm, Peter E. Elsasssr, Jr., to Miss Lulu a.1 MoMlllan of Cedar JJflplfls. In: Tho. wed- amg win ibkc pace ai mo nome or roe brido on Wednesday, Juno It. Tho young couplo will return to Omuha after a wed ding trip to tho Paclflq coast and will be homo to their, friends after August 15 at 63 South Twenty-seventh street. At the Country Club. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Huntley will enter tain eighteen guests nt' dinner at the cluh this evening preceding. ' the mid-week dinner dance; F. W. Judson will have twenty and. Miss Stevens six. At the Field ClubT Entertaining at dinner this evening at the club will bo Albert Krug, who will have ten guests: Albert Cahn. five; C. II. King, eight; F. 8. Crowley, ten; George F. Kngler, four; R. R. Ratney, four; S. S. Caldwell, ten; George Brandels,. five; D. L. Danfurth, seventeen,' Menold, five. Mrs. F. H. Krug had eighteen guests at luncheon today In honor of Miss KatherJno Krug. By LA RACONTEU8E. Rich and effective model ror theater wear ot sulphur supplo brocaded satin. Ovor a foundation of sulphur chiffon, the bodice shows a Very high draped belt which rises in two points on the chest. Th trimming Is made of a high appli cation lace enhanced with beads, starting from the middle front to come over the shoulder, falling In the back to mako the lo.ng angel sleeves tight at ths end by a beaded tassel. An ornament of beads and embroidery trims the middle front. The skirt Is made of two pieces, draped one over the other, and Is held on the sldi by a beaded ornament wherefrom start a small round train. As a foun datlon a small under skirt of pleated chtffop. WANT THE PEOPLE TO YOTE Eeal Estate Men Favor This Before Auditorium is Bought. OBJECT TO SHAMP'fi NEW LAW Smy They Can See No Sn In Com. pelting the Small Flats tu Hnvr Licensed Firemen In Chnrae. Carter Lake Club, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. W'opdroUfh are entertaining a house party of you'pg peo ple at their cottage.'Ttcklevllle'at Car ter lake. The guests are: ' Misses mimi Laura Zimmerman, Mprsery Beckett. How I Gray Darkened Hair. My Intdy Glvts Simple Home Recipe ItM Sh,Used to Darken Her Gray Hair, For years j tried to restore mr gray hair to its natural color with the pre pared dyes' and stains, but none of them gave satisfaction and thy were nil ex pensive. I finally ran onto a simple recipe which I mixed at home that gives wonderful results. I gave the reolpu whloh Is as follows to. a number of my friends and they are all delighted with R. To 7 os. of water add a small box or B&rbo Compound. 1 ox, of bay rum and A or. of glycerine. Use every other day until the hair become the required shade, then every two weeks. It will not only darken the gray hair, but re moves dandrurf and scalp humors, and acta as a. tonic to lb hair. It Is not sticky or greasy, does not rub off and does not color the sculp. You can pre pare It at homo at very little expense. Helen Dunham, utss Jteaion, Mriisrs. A. C. Kennedy, .lr. ; Lloyd Adams, D. C. Altchlson. Ned Altchlson. Mr. and Mrs. wooorougn Harriet Copley, linen j'&gue. Messrs. A. L. Luurancs, Ouy Beckett. Will Hunt. In and Out of the Bee Hive. Mrs. O. H. Malchlen and daughter are Visiting at Hotel Colfax at Colfax Springs, la. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrtt Fort wilt leave this evening to spend a few days In Chicago. Misses Mamie anc Catherine Burns ot Denver are visiting the Misses Reynolds at !U6 Wirt street and other friends In the city. Miss Mary Munchhoff and Miss Mar garet MoPhcrson will salt July t from Montreal to-spend the summer In Eng land. They will Join a party of Mts Munchhoff's friends from Berlin, Oer many. w. w. uoagiana has returned from a fishing trip to Lake Jefferson, Minn His father, Oeorge A. lloagland, will re main a fortnight longer. George Cunningham of Kansas City who has Just returned from motor tflp to Colorado, spent Tuesday aa ths guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D, Beaton and left this morning to motor to Alex and Ha. Minn. Sidney Powell will leave Thursday 'morning for Lincoln, where he will direct the stnlor play. "Pillars of Society," whleh will be put on Thursday after noon and evening st the Oliver theater by the unlvorslty students, Mr. Powell will return Friday. Members'-of the. ileal EsUto exchange have gone on record as vigorously oppos ing the purchase ot tho Auditorium by tha city1 council without first submitting the, proposition to a vote of the people. W. H. Green led the opposition and moved that tho oxchango notify tho council ot the position It had taken. The motion carried. The oxchango also went on record in opposition to the ordinance presented to the city council by C. L.Shamp, labor leader and member of the charter con vsntton. The ordinance provides for the licensing of firemen, regardless ot whether or mot they work under licensed engineers. The principal objection ot the exchange was that the ordinance does not exclude building once Used for private dwellings, but now run as boarding houses or Used as flats. L. D. Spalding said: "There Is no sense In the proposition of having men who operato small steam boilers take out license's." I think It is a bad ordinance," said Byron Hastings, president of tho ex change. He suggested that a vote be taken and that the city commission be notified of the result. CL G, Cariberg declared there was ab solutely "no call for such an ordinance," but C. ,C. Wilson said he could ses no objection to licensing tho men who man age the boilers In the 'bigger buildings. The motion opposing the ordinance car ried unanimously.' The public service committee will inform the council and will stand by to fight the ordinance Ir Shamp pushes It. C. F. Harrison, member of tho execu tive committee of tho National Real Es tate exchange, reported on the meetlnir held in Cincinnati recently. He said he did his best to put Omaha on the map and was confident he succeeded. Chairman Watt of the local committee which Is arranging for a large delegation to the nations! meeting In Winnipeg In July said there would t? a great gang of representatives from here. None whom he had approached refused to go. The delegation will leave July 14. What of Commoner? Talk of Succession to Editorial Chair For Three Days Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Entire Surplus Stock of a Philadelphia Jobber Will Be Offered 'one Remarkable Sale of Shoes In Our sizes only; at, pair Women's White Sea Island DUOK PUMPS Pumps of fine quality with flat bow or colonial styles, white heels, light extension edge soles the most popular footwear for summer A0 Bargain Basement Every pair is perfect every pair is dependable every style is up-to-date At Va or Less than Actual Value You can buy good shoes at this ealo for less mvney than they will cost you any other time this season. Women's Pumps and Oxfords at $198 Choose from thousands of pairs made over the newest J. lasts that fit tho foot perfectly. Plain mid '.'-strap pump styles or button and lace oxfords In patent leather, dull calfskin, velvet nnd white buckskin. Splendid assortment of styles. Women's Sample Oxfords and Pumps at $i Several hundred pairs mostly samples perfect, but In small 1 I... A . J $12 wear; worth $3,50, in all sizes, at, the pair. WOMEN'S WHITE CANVAS SHOES at $1.39 Fine quality Sea Island duck with welt sewed ex tension odge soles, Cuban heels, plain or tipped toes, bird's eye buttons positively rtNg qQ worth $3.00 a pair; all sizes; limit of I two pairs to a customer ,at, tho pair. . r WOMEN'S JULIET HOUSE SLIPPERS at 98c Soft kid skin with patent tips, rubber ' heels, flexible soles; all sizes in wide widths only, at, the pair . INFANTS' DAINTY TWO-STRAP SLIPPERS In patent leather, tans and whites, at, CQr tho pair VTt GHrln' up Mostly 3-strap "tyleii in nun cmiBKin aim p cm viiu i: mi sue - 98c MEN'S HIGH GRADE OXFORDS for $2.25 Ever' pair made for this season's wear mid abso lutely perfect. Come in button or blucher lace styles witli welted soles, in patent or dull tf J C leathers-'-worth up to $3.50 a pair, at, the pair km MEN'S SERVICEABLE HIGH SHOES, at $1.95 500 pairs, dull calfskin or patent leather, button and blucher lace styles; all sizes and wide widths, at MEN'S AND BOYS' TENNIS SHOES at Black canvas with serviceable rubber soles all sizes, at 50c MEN'S AND BOYS' CANVAS OXFORDS, r ( Blkskln soles -very serviceable light and cool for summer -all sizes, at. . Men's ELKSKIN SHOES (Elkskin Soles) i . I. n fatw tuna! Chliars'a'B man Oxfords QDr rAA nn.l nnfln fit. J J i Boys' Elkskin Shoes Boy scout stylo soles, verysorvlciab!e and extremely comfort- d -j J C able; ; all sizes, nt. In black, drab and tan colors all sizes, at, a pair Boys' Oxfords Tan, calf and gun metal calf;' also patent leather; good, serviceable no Bhoes, at P A 0 $1?8 10o Pckage of Shoe PollUh JJq Jupnnexa Bath Slipper for men and women; cool anu conuotiauie; iin at, tho pule. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY in OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT o a TTTDT A V 0n Main rioor uia store b AX U JsVA I A Special Sale of 1,000 MEN'S HAND TAILORED SUITS Overstocks of some of the best known wholesale tail ors in America. , Clothes that bear the ACA brand of L System, B. Rothschild, $ fV Sophomore, A. Davidson and Collegian J fag clothes. Positively-made to sell to $25. . . IT l i On Second Floor New Store A Special Purchase of a Well Known Philadelphia Manufacturer. SATURDAY Children's SUMMER DRESSES 6,000 Children's Dresses in the newest styles and high est qualities, on sale at about One-Half Actual Value. BRANDEIS STORES : -J Stops Fallin Ilall's Hair Itenewer certainly stop' falling hair. No doubt about it what trrer. Tfoa will surely be satisfied. eHair AUTOS TO ENTER GARAGE ONTO TWO OF ITS FLOORS Ouy I Smith will have an Innovation In construction f automobile parages when hU new place at the southeast corner tZ Twenty-alxth and Farnim streets U completed. There will be an entrance for the machines on Twenty sixth streets Uadlng directly Into the second story ot the garage- Another en trance wilt be onto the first fiw from Farpam street. "What will become of the Commoner with Mr. Bryan and Mr. Metcalfe both gonoT" Is a question that has been asked back and forth among the visiting ed. Mors. One suggestion was that Will Mau pln would be called back to take editorial charge. "No," said Maupln. "I've quit the Commoner, and quit it tor cood." Another story was that the Commoner would soon appear with the name of Harvey Newbranch at the flagstaff. "Hal guilty." aald Newbranch, with a quuulous. smile, "pot that I have yet heard." Others connected up the names of Ed gar Howard ot the Columbus Telegram and J. W. Cutrtght of the Lincoln Star as posMble editorial successors to Bryan and Metcalfe. "One ot two things will happen to the Commoner," declared a pencil pusher familiar with conditions at Lincoln. "Either the paper will be discontinued altogether as It was planned to do when it was supposed Bryan might be elected president four years ago, or It will pass over completely to 'Brother Charley' Bryan. Brother Charley has been aching for a long time to run It all by himself, and I am sure, is happiest ot all In hav ing Metcalfe deported" Union Pacific Adds Another Train to Westfrom Omaha M.fn. ,.vi rt.iminv the Union Pa- dtlo will rearrange Its train service so that people going west will haVe the choice or two trains In the1 afternoon n stead of one as now. Formerly the Colo rado express ' and the California mall have gone out as one rn - afternoon, splitting at N'orth Platte and . . . a lV,.rn An, running as vo trn going topenver and the other to the coast Under th new arrangements the Colo rado express will leave Omaha at 4: j rniifnmta TTinll jit 4:30 In the BIIU ..." - afternoon. By reason of the double tracK- Ing having been completes tw considerable tlmo will be cut from the running schedule. , Coming east No. 2. .the Overland lim ited, will cut off two hours between San i rikir-utrn it will reach Chicago the same as now, but will leave San Francisco two nours imer. win hour of time will be cut off west and one hour east of Omaha. . M00RHEAD ANNOUNCES NEW , ELECTION INSPECTORS The following changes have been made by Election Commissioner Moorhead In the list of election Inspectors, owing to the inability of the original appointees to ervo: First ward, Third precinct. W.- P. Lynch, substitute for Ralph West Third ward. Third precinct. Anson Blgelow, for W. A. Bchall. Fifth ward, Becond precinct. C. J. Lord, for Frank KascalL Fifth ward. Fpurth precinct, B. H. Kll Patrick, for A. R. Martin. Sixth ward. Third precinct, A. C. Thompson, for Raymond Toung. Seventh ward, pjxth precinct. F. B. Evers. for J. C. Arthur. Ninth ward. Fifth precinct, William Sternberg, for Harry Koch. South OmahaFirst ward, First pre cinct. Henry Peterson, for A. A. Nixon. A Worker Annrvclatea This. Wm. Morris, a resident of Florence. Oreron. says: "For the last fourteen years my kidneys and bladder Incapaci tated me for all work. About eight months aro I began using Foley Kidney PJUs, and they haw done what other medicines failed to do, and now I am do ing at)d feeling fine, I heartily recommend Ptoley Kidney rills." Foley Kidney Pills do not contain habit forming drugs and are tonto in acting, quick In results. They w)ll help any caso of kidney trouble not beyond ths reafch of medlcJne! For sail by all dealers, everywhere, Advertisement More Eain Falls on Most of State While the rains were not heavy Tues day afternoon and night, they were pretty general over the most of Nebraska, say the railroad men. Tho heaviest rain fall was out along the Union Pactfle, being from one-half to an Inch from Cen tral City out as far aa Lexington, with about the same precipitation over the branches to the north and south. Alt through the sand hills In the north ern part ot the state, there was a dril ling rain during the night, aggregating one-half Inch or more. COLUMBIAN SCHOOL CLASS CONDUCTS A CANDY SALE The eighth grade pupils of the Colum bian school conducted a candy sale Tues day, the proceeds to be used to buy a Picture or some other suitable souvenir to be left In the building to mark their graduation into the high school. The children either made the candy them selves or earned the money that bought It. and It was sold to ths other children at the school at the uniform price of a penny a package. Nadine Face Powder ( In, Orit Boat Only ) Makes Tho Complexion Beautiful Soft and Valvoty iT 13 PURB UARMLBSS Money Back If Not Entirely roana The loft, vtlvtty appearances re main until pow der s wwhtd ofF. Purified by a new procet. Prevents sunburn and return of dltcoloratlo&s The Increasing popularity Is Wonderful. Whit, Ftnu, Pikic, BsuutTTt. By toilet counters or mail. Price $0 cents. NATIONAL TOUXT COitrANY, Fmrtt, Itea. Bold Lv Sherman Si McConnell Drug Co., Owl Drug Co., Loyal Pharmacy. Tha Harvard and others. BEST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AXD CHILD. Maa.Wiasuwa Soothikq Bvaur bsa been OKdfororcr SIXTY YEARS by MIUONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIMS ITKKTHtNO, with F8XKBCT BUCC8S3. It SOOT1IK3 the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS, 1 ALLAYS all PAIN J CURES WIND COLIC, and U the bet remedy tor DIARRHOiA. It U aU eolutely harmleu. Be sure and ask for "Mrs WiniloH's Soothing Syrup,' sad take no otbet Go To Baltimore In Person or by Proxy The. Annual Convention of the Associated Advertising Clnbs of America will be held in Baltimore June 8 to 13. Del egates from all the clubs of the United States and Canada and (tome from abroad will be there. Over 10,000 visitors nnd guests are expected, and Baltimore has made ample and generous provision for them all. At this conven tion there will be addresses from the men who have suc cessfully conducted the great, epoch- making advertising successes the men who are re sponsible for the present wave of revolt against fraudulent and misleading advertising the principal bujera of adver tising of every kind the men who have helped to build the businesses which are the won der and envy of the world. For nearly a week there will be addresses and open discus sions on the problems which you have to solve in order to make your business a success. It would be worth your while going across the ocean and back to hear these men speak to have your own problems brought up for dis cussion to meet the thousands of earnest, progressive men who are to-day identified with the advertising business to see the great exhibit of advertis ing matter of every description which will be a prominent feature of the convention. Do not miss this convention. If you cannot go yourself, send the man who does your adver tising. It is not necessaiy to be a club member Baltimore is ready with the hand of wel come for every business man. Write for full information, hotel accommodations, etc., to Associated Advertising Clubs of America Conventipn Bureau l North Calvert Street Baltimore, Md.