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HIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 15, 1913. SOCIETY GOES MOTORING Pionios Are Being Hold in tho Country by the Motorists. MAHY ABE GOING ABROAD titdoor Clnhs Are Ilelnir Well .Patronised- Mnny YnnnK Teoplo Ave Iletnrnlnsr from Eastern Schools for Sninmcr. Social Calendar, MONDAY Dundee Luncheon club at Happy Hollow: Mrs, James England and ilr. D, w. Dudgeon entertain tor Aiita Kinei issnt. TUKSDAY Dinner dance at Hannv Hoi low and Carter Lake dubs; Mr. Harry 8. Steel, luncheon at the Field clubs nlversal Circle card party. WEDNESDAY Dinner dance at Country and Field clublt Mrs. Katie Qrotte and Mrs. Arthur LandaUer, luncheon at itorae noteu Mr. ana Aire, J. u. ureen entertain lionhomle Card club! Miss Margaret Park, evening bridge party. THURSDAY Ladle' day at Happy Hoi low and Field clubi, Omaha High school senior's banquet at Happy Hollow; Mri. A. P. Cronk, Comui club; Informal Bridge club, nlcnlo at Elmwood park. FRIDAY Dinner dance at Seymour Lake Country club. EATOIIDAY Dinner dance at Country, Field. Happy Hollow and Carter Lake clubs; Miss Mae O'Brien will enter tain at ueymour Juaae ciud lor uui uiaays Loueck. Motor trips to the country and suppers In attractive groves and woods are the entertainments of the hour with society. The weather haa been Ideal for picnics and parties pt four, six and twelve can bo found In the attractive nooks near the country roads enjoying lunch or supper. The country clubs are generally Included on the return trip and there the party finishes the evening dancing- A summer accessory to some of the more luxurious cars Is the refrigerator. Delicious salads And Ices and. cooling drinks make the modern plcnlo much more enjoyable' and vastly different from the old-fashioned affair. , , Many Omahans will spend the summer abroad and their 'plans, are being made with such accuracy that,-short trips will be taken from points of Interest by Omaha travelers who will meet In Europe , , Mrs. Ward M, Burgees and Mrs. Charles T. Kountxe, .Mrs. Warren 8. Blackwell and Mrs. Ida M. Haiidiett will meet In lyondon the latter part of the summer and will take the Btratford-on-Avon trip together. Mrs. Blackwel and her mother, Mrs. Whltcomb, will leave In July for London to visit Mrs. Blackwell'a sister. Mrs. Blackwell and Mrs. Hanchett will sail fbr home Beptember 37 on the Franconla. Hon. X H. Millard and Miss Jessto Millard will sail July 19 for Europe where they will spend the summer. Mrs. D. 21. Wheeler, Jr., leaves tomor row for Burlington, VC, to Visit her mother and sister before sailing June 2( for Europe on the "Ryndam." Mrs. deorge'Falmer has engaged pas sage for Europe July 1 for herself and children aid will spend the summer In FlnUterre in Brittany, where Mrs. E. M. Fairfield will join her in August. Dr. Lerojr Crummer and Dr. Arthur D. Dunn will leave next week, to sail June 21 op tho "Kaiser WUhelm H" for two months abroad. Dr. and. Mrs, Henry B. Lemere have engaged passage-, on the "Teutonlo" for July 26 and will visit his slater- in Man chester, England1, and also spend some time In Germany. Mr.and Mrs. C. W. Hamilton and family will leave for Norway and Sweden Thurs day, the day after the graduation of Charles and Raphael Hamilton from Crelghton college, Miss Stella Hamilton is planning tq join them later in Paris. Return From Eastern Sohooli. Nearly all ot the young people have re turned from school in the east and many -will spend the summer In Omaha with their parents. George Thummell Is expected home soon from Cornell university, where he Is the editor of the Cnverslty Dally paper. Miss Euecnle Patterson, who attends school in Washington, D. C, will visit her sister, Mrs. Ben Boyoe, In Chicago before returning home. ' Jack Bummers has returned from school In Massachusetts and will spend his va cation with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. 3, E. Summers. Miss' Virginia Offutt comes home to morrow from Rosemary Hall, whero aha is a student Miss Mona Cowell, who has completed her sophomore year at Vassar, Is on her way fvpme with two college friends by way of Duluth and the lakes. Mrs. Cowell may go to Duluth to meet her today and accompany her home. Mr. Albert Drbgan arrived home Sat urday from Chicago, where he has been, studying: At the university for several months. Miss Marie Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Stewart of Council BluMs, returned home from school at Xlrlarcllff Saturday. Miss Elisabeth Reed and Miss Erna Xleed, daughters ot Mr. and Mrs. A. Ia Xleed, are expected home Tuesday from I Graduation ; Gifts ' Coma In and; browsa through bur &(ock of beautiful gr&dua. 4tlok sifts. You'll be 'sure to ' find many appropriate) articles at prices easily within your means. s Quality 8er Motto All goods marked In plain figures and one price. C. B Brown Co. l6tk and Faraam frMs. W MM e.ie)vn m ' Sorority G-irl Announces Engagement mmmsm iiiiiiiu) 1 1, , iii m nt liiTisaMBi La Jolla, Col., where they have, been at the Bishop's school all winter. Mr. Montague Tancock returns today from his first year at Princeton. Miss Ida Darlow returned last Sunday from her first year at Bryn Mawr and will spend the summer hero with her mother Mrs. Alfred Darlow. Henry Hart of Council Bluffs has re turned from Yale, and' Casper Offut Is expected homo next week from Yale. -.John Loqmls and QKs Carpenter, w.bQ attend Dartmouth, will bo among the ldt to' return and are-expected the last wtek in June. ' Singleton BwlUer, who has been at tending' school at Ann' Arbor, Mich, will arrive home the early party of the week to spend the remainder .of the summer with his mother, Mrs. John Singleton Swltser, at Fort Crook. Lininger Travel Club I'ionlo. Members of the Omaha High school Lin- lnger Travel club had an enjoyable plo nla luncheon at Elmwood park Baturday. The chnperones were Mrs. F, L. Haller, Miss Schmidt of the high school faculty, and Mrs. Dickson. The club members present were Misses Helen Kroner, Rose Pascals, Carrol Kuenne, Mary Day, Es ther Connelly, Olka Anderson, Ruth Wei- ler, Mildred Nordln, Lillian Anderson, Erdlce Baumgardner, Bloom White, Vol esti Preston, Helen Cook. Mary Johnson, Frances McQrath, Edith McNett, Quito Eddy, Louise Damon, Mabel Bandberg, Madene Thompson. Bertha Qtrton, Mil dred Ctautsen. Dinner Partiei. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .Buchols enter tained at a beautifully -appointed dinner party Thursday evening, at their home. Snap dragons and lilies of the. valley formed the centerpiece for the table and the guests were) ' Mr. and Mrs. Exra Millard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John W. -Towle. Mrs. Ratnbolt Miss Jessie Millard. J. H. Millard. W. n. lUlnbott. Mr. and Mrs, Victor Caldwell enter tained st dinner Wednesday evening at their home In honor of Mrs. H. 8. Cald well .of Tioga. Mr. and Mrs. II, W. Yates, Mrs. C. E. Yost, Mrs. Warren Rogers, Mrs. Offut. Mr. and Mrs, Haverstlck and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoades were tho guests. Mr. and Mrs. Brogan entertained Mrs. Elsemore of Chicago at dinner Thursday evening, with Miss May Hamilton and Mr. Frank Hamilton. Mrs, Elsemore was also the guest of Mrs. Wilson Low at an Informal little tea one afternoon this week and Mr. and Mrs. O. C Redlck have en tertained informally for her. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Barkalow entertained Bishop and Mrs, MUltpaugh at dinner Informally at their apartment with Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis and Mrs. Thomas of Topeka. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. C. Y, Smith gava a dinner at their home with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Swobs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wheeler, Mrs. Eva' Wallace. Mr. Metcalf of Lincoln, Dr. Crummer and Mr. Ben Warren as their guests. Later they went to the danoe at the Country club. Summer: Hani. Mr. ami Mrs. William Sears Foppleton and son William will leave Tuesday to spend the summer In Colorado. Miss Margharetta Burke and her bro ther Everett have gone to spend the sum mer on their uncle's ranch In the Big jtiorn Basin In Wyoming. Mrs. Tyler Belt and children left Tue day for two weeks at Excelsior Springs, before going to Prior Lake, Minn., for the next three months. Mrs. Henry W. Plerpont and children left' yesterday for OkoboJI, to spend the summer at, the cottage they have taken on Omaha Beach. Her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, wm Join her there later. Mrs. Smith returns tomorrow from a visit to Chllllcothe, O., and Mr- Smith has been at OkoboJJ for a few days to open the cottage for-hU-daughter. Mrs. II. F. Cady and her daughter, Mrs. Allan Robinson, he gone from La Jolla, I Cat., to Los Angeles, where they will re main for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Weller will spend tho months bf July and August at their summer home at Welter, Colo. Mrs. J. De Forest Richards and her mother, Mrs. Callahan, leave today for Atlantic City, where they will remain alt summon Miss Charlotte Callahan will Join them there from the Wentover school In Connecticut. Mry, 3. J. Dickey, Miss Dickey, Miss Thum'mo, Miss Gladys Peters, Miss Daphne'. Esters nnd Douglas Peters left Wednesday for OkoboJI, to open tho Po ters and Dlokey cottage for the summer. Mrs. Peters left today to join them. Visitors Arrive. Mrs. Klrke of Chicago arrived Friday and Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. El H. S prague. Dr. C, C. Allison has as his guests his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Allison of HUlsboro, O. Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Gulou ot Hollywood, Cat., arrived Thursday evening to visit his son, Mr. Arthur P. Gutou and Mrs. Gulou. Mrs. James E. Boyd has as her guests her niece, Mrs. McDonald of North Platte, and her daughter, Miss Janet Mc Donald. Miss Ida Miller ot San Francisco, who attends college In New York, Is expected Tuesday to be the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. N. ICopsld for ten days. Mrs. Manford Elsemore ot Chicago, for merly Miss Mae Mount ot this city, has been spending the week hero the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Dunham. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and daugh ter, 'Helen, of Danville, 111., arrived Fri day to be the guests ot Mrs. Walker's sister, Mrs. William B. Whltehorn, and. Mr. Whithorn for two weeks. Mrs. C. B. Walker of Syracuse, N. Y., daughter of Mr. Charles F, Waller, ac companied by her two children, will ar rive next Saturday for an extended visit with friends and relatives In the city. Have Family Reunion. Nine children of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Risher, Armstrong county, Penn sylvania, have been enjoying a reunion at the home of one of the sisters, Mrs. Callle Bartnees, 1529 Spruce street. This Is the first time that they have all been together since 1SS5. The oldest Is 70 years ot'age, while the youngest Is 0. Each has a family and all told there are, forty two children. It has been a joyous occasion for the sinters and brothers to have this meeting and It has been anticipated by them for over a year. At Happy Hollow Club. The dinner party planned for Baturday evening at the club by Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McDonald In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Wilson, was postponed Indefinitely owing to tho Illness ot Mrs. Will Be Married Today bbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bsbbbbsbbP Jshbsb dBBBBBnsr" amSPBHBBBBW "g" Mini I Arms FRE1DEN, McDonald. Mr and Mrs Wilson will move to Chicago this summer, George Fisher had six guests .at -dinner Saturday evening; Dr. W. O. Henry, eight; K. II. AUious. twelve; G. W. Noble, five; A. Klewltt, two; I. Sibber sen, ten; Dr. W. F. Mllroy, seven; F. J. Martin, four; W. L. Loete, four; Nelson Pratt, fourj J. D. Goodrich, six J", L. Bradley, four; J. P. ' Lord, four; J, M. Ulan, three, . At the Field Club. Mr and Mrs. W. M atller entertnlned at one. ot the larger dinner parties at the dab Saturday evening- Their' guests were; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Slford. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Huff, , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krug, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. lllgslns, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gouldlng, Dr and Mrs. A. II. Bruenlng, Miss PearJ Smith of Chicago, Carl Bock. Harry O, Steel entertained at dinner last evening for twenty guests, Includ ing a number of Insurance men from out In the state, who are In Omaha at tending, a convention. O. E., Itayenitlck entertained sixteen guests nt dinner. N. F. Harrlman, elghtl Guy Smith, ten; Paul Wernher. eight; T, V, Sholee, seven ; Dr. W. H. Sherraden, six; Frank Walters, six; George T. Wright, two; Austin Collett, four; W. E. Bhepard, six; French, three; E. E. Brando, four;sRufus Harris, two. At the Country Club. One pf the largest of the dinner parties last evening at the club was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkley In honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamilton, who leavo next week for Europe. Tho guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyman. Mr. and Mrs. John A. McShone. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nash. Mr and Mrs. U F. Crofoot. Mrs HoGan or Memphis. Mrs. John G. Bourke. Mr. Frank Burkley. Mr. Frank Hamilton. Luther Drake had six' guests, Howard Baldrldge, seven; C. W. Hamilton, jr., three; A. J. Love, six; W. 8.' Blackwell, six; T. J, Mohoney', eight; J.'T. Stewart, six; W. A. Austin, three; W Fornam Smith, six; iGerrlt Fort, 'four? R. C, Howe, four; Dr. W. O.'' Bridges,; nine; W. J. Foye sovent Miss Mae Louise Hamilton, eight, J. B. 'nahni five. Friday evening Mr. arid Mrs. J, T. Stewart, 2d, and' Mr.' and Mrs. W. T. Burns dined together. At another table were Mr. and Mrs. John French, Miss Carolyn Congdon and Herbert French. Randall Brown entertained eight guests In honor of Major and Mrs. C. F, Hart mann of Fort Omaha, At Seymour Lake Country Club. Among those attending the dinner dance nt Seymour lAke Country club Friday evening were; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rose. Jlr. and Mrs. W. B. Cheek. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kyte. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. King. Dr. and Mrs. William Berry. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Bptesberger. Mr. arid Mrs. H. E. Bold. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sherwood. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. George Laler. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hone. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gould, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon, jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tubbs. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hennlngson. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fry. Mrs. Stanley Hartman .ot Chlago. Misses Misses Marlon Berry. W'orley;J Frances, joersoie, ajaoiiB oie- Howell. Sherwood, . ' Hortense Spies berger, Frlcke, Kcsa Dumont, Brown, MAiiara. Ruth Skinner, Mao Murphy. Dorothy-Weller, Zelma Skinner, Marlon Weller. Messrs. (Harry B. Cheek, Albert Cohn, Royal B. Comstock, Harry C. Townsend, David Berry, Guy Harmon, A. Gordon. Darwin Bone, J. B. Begley, Llole Rushton, John Skinner, F. B. Herd, Paul Burke, Kenneth Brown, G. H. Conant. W. D. Townsend. University Romance. The engagement is announced of Mls Doris Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wood to Maxwell Vance Beghtol of Lincoln. Both young people attended the University of. Nebraska, where Miss Wood was a member of (he Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and graduated last year. Mr. Beghtol graduated about two years ago and is a member ot the Beta Theta PI fraternity. He is the junior member of thp law firm ot Strode & Beghtol of Llnooln. Both ore popular In university circles and Miss Wood Is one of the most attractive members of the college set The wedding will take place In the fall. Heoker-Frost Wedding. The wedding of Miss Juliet JC Frost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WllUnra Frost of West Point, Neb., to William A- O. Hecker was celebrated Wednesday at. high noon at the residence ot the bride's parents, Rv, L. J. Powell officiating. The bride was gowned in white em broidered batiste trimmed with baby Irish lace and satin bands. She carried a shower bouquet ot bride's roses. Miss Esther Frost, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and was gowned In pink silk drapod with self-tone chiffon. She carried pink roses. Preceding the cere; mony Miss Frost sang, "Oh. Promise Me." Miss Olive Dewtts played tho Mendels sohn Wedding March. The flower girls were Misses Berntce Cushman and Wlltrude Hooker. Herbert T. Ring served as best man., and Master Ronald Adam ot Omaha carried the ring. After the wedding dinner the couple left for a motor trip to Colorado and Yellowstone Park. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. C Hecker, Mr, and Mrs, A. E. Hecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cushman and family ot Hooper, Mr. and. Mrs. -1 1EIDOK SHERMAN, ONE OF THE BRIDES OF THE WEEK. Theodore Dewltz and daughter of Wiener and Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Adam and son, Ronald, of Omaha. Woodard-Crocker Wcddino- A pretty Jftne wedding took place on Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T a Crocker, 2709 Charles street when their daughter, Florence Volland Crocker, was united in marriage to Clarence William Woodard. Rev. W. M. Boyers of he Walnut Hill Methodist church read the marriage lines. The brldo wore a gown of white char meuse trimmed In brilliants and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Mr. Fred Woodard, brother of the groom, was best man, and Mrs. Fred Woodard matron of honor. Master Paul Lawrence Hoffman, a cousin of the bride, was ring bearer, carrying the ring In a large calla lily. Miss May Borensen played the wedding march. The rooms were very prettily decorated in smtlox and cut flowers. The ceremony took place under a bower of smllax and roses. Owing to the- recent death of the bride's brother the wedding was quiet, there be ing about forty guests present While the refreshments were being served the A. O. U. W. band played a number of selections. The bride and groom left for a western trip and will be at home after July 1 at 2711 Pratt street ' Shower for Miss Ralph. Miss Hasel Ralph, who is to bo a June bride, was the guest of honor at a shower given at the home of Miss Charlotte WUIard Tuesday evening. Miss Ralph was presented with a handsome framed picture. Those present were; r Misses Misses Hazel ttalph, Emma Winget Caroline Homellus, Ethel Pratt Margorette HomeUusJean Watson, , Grace Newton, Lucy Stone. - uertruae remer, xieua usienDurg, Clara Barnes, Charlotto WUIard, Erma Pickett Mary Krebs, Florence Shearer, Ruth Partridge. iMlldred MaMurphy, Margerette Scott, Ollle Brain, Mesdamea Btullard, Jessie Kavan. Luncheon for Miss Haller. Mrs. Fred Hill entertained at luncheon Saturday for Miss RUth Haller, who will be a June bride. The table was deco rated In greon and white and covers were laid for six guests. Wilson-Davis Engagement. Br. and Mrs. w. M. Davis ot South Omaha, announce the engagement of their daughter, Beulah, to Leo It. Wil son. The wedding will take place in the fall. London-Simon Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Simon announce the engagement of their daughter, Kather lne, to Liouls London. The wedding will talcs plaoe the latter port ot August Haskins-Dunlap Wedding. The marriage of Miss Grace Aubrey Dunlop, daughter of the late Rt Rev. George Kelly Dunlap, bishop of New Mexico and Arizona, to Mr. Daniel TUden HasUtns of New Mexico, took place at All Saints' church at high noon Saturday, the Rev. Thomas J. .Mackay officiating. The ceremony was followed by a breakfast at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Oscar (Continued on Page Three.) "Nobody E Doing what? Doing tho Big Business that mr Square Deal Methods and Genuine Bargains arc bringing my way. History has repeated Itself on my "June Outfit" Bargain Bale, and the sale this year- is the same big success as last year only MOKE so. Tomorrow starts tho second iveek, and If your family is gifted with one wiso head that is econ omically inclined, you'll bo on tho job Monday nwl get an outfit for the family. Remember that, not withstanding the low prices, you get my dollar a week terms besides. Ever see such bargains as those quoted below? $1 a Wee k I s t h e Way You Pay Complete Outfit $22.50 Suit for $ 3.50 Hat for $ 4.50 pair Shoes for $30.50 FOB $3 DOWN-$1 GRADUATION CLOTHES ON CREDIT BEDDEO SPECIAL BED SALE! For MondayBeds at Less Than Manufacturers' Cost. Guaranteed SOLID BRASS BED full steo, 2-inch posts STATE FURNITURE COMPANY Corner 14th and Dodge Streets. 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Your clothes will bo greatly improved In appearance and will wear longer after having been through our process. Ladles' tailored suits cleaned and pressed $1.75 and $2.00 Dresses cleaned and pressed. up from $1.25 Men's 3-plece eults cleaned and pressed $1.60 Men's 3-pleco Bults sponged and pressed 75c Wo clean carpets, curtains ,and all household goods. 2010 Farnam. Douglas 1720. Fred C. AVllmoth, Manager. for Met $17.50 2.50 3.50 $23.50 A WEEK 00BSETS Standard lines in all sizes all on credit. All other brass and iron bed3 nt prices ag- gregftting a 25' to 50k Special in ducements t o nowly wedB. Come in and receive a val uable present. to FzcHus Tracts THE CHESAPEAKE 1608-10 ROVAAS ST. Sunday Table d'Hote Dinner rrom ii jl, sz. to a y. . COo and eoe. JOTTE 15, 1013. 2. 1m. Zieslle, Manager. You Will Miss Something if You Fail to Read the Want Ads Doing It") Complete Oiffit fer Wowen $22.50 Suit for S 9.50 $ 4.50 Waist for 2.50 $ 6.50 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 $33.50 FOB $15.50 $3 DOWN $1 A WEEftO ..TWO NEW DEPARTMENTS.. HAIR GOODS Beautiful 28 and 28 inch Switches, in all colors, on. Credit, The Original $1 Man 1417 DOUQLAS STREET.