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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNEkSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
ENGLISH CALLS IT A JUNKET ; PmSSsm 8 KB n it So Deolarea Trip of Graff and Sr. Holovtchiner. THEY WILL PUT MONEY BACK Decide There U No Essential Dif ference In Thin Cnsc from That of the Council Decided bjr Judge Troup. Judge English of tho district court Tom day decided that tho eastern trip re cently made by Prcildcnt Holovtchiner of the school board and Superintendent Graff to Inspect technical schools In Cleveland, Detroit and other cities was a Junket and ruled that the school board must not pay their expenses. Ho de cided that there was no essential dif ference between this case and that of City Commissioners Ityder and Kugel re cently passed upon by Judge Troup. Though Dr. Holovtchiner and Mr. Graft drew the money for their expenses from the school board's petty cash fund before the Injunction suit was started by Attorney E. A. Bmlth they will, nevertheless, "put it back." Attor ney Carl Herring, in their behalf, an nounced In court at tho beginning of tho hearing that It the Judgo decided the money was not lawfully paid It would bo at ones returned. He renounced any advantago resulting from tho fact that Iris clients already had drawn the money by authority of a resolution of tht school board. "What Is a Junket?" came to be tho final issuo In the case Attorney Her ring argued that the Inspection of the vocational school In Cleveland was for the specific purpose of securing Infor mation, of value to the community In the proposed building of a similar school liero and asked that the court allow jpayment of the expenses of Superintend ent draff's visit to Cleveland in order to avoid a precedent, which, he asserted, would hinder the progress of theOmaha schools. Judge English tola that in view ot the wording of the reolntton Of the school board authorizing tho trip he thought there was no essential differ ence between this case and the first nntl. Junket suit decided by Judge Troup. ' September Sole BLANKETS and COMFORTERS You can buy the better grades of bed coverings during this rale at positively the lowest prices of the entire Beason. Women's Sllp-Ons Rubber Surfaced. Just tho Coats for Damp Days In Fall Grey and tan color all sizes for women and misses g J gfj at ....,. Samson to Pay Bill ' for Lighting Streets During the Carnival On advice of the city legal department, based on Interpretations ot the decision ot district court Judges, who held tho city could ot pay "Junket" expenses of Dubllo officials, the city council has re fused to authorlie the usual expenditure for Ak-Sar-Ben street lighting. However, the board of governors, of Ak-Sar-Ben will pay tho bill, according to "Daa" Weaver. This arrangement was made by the AU-Bar-Bon board -ot governors Im mediately after the opinion of the city uttorney holding tho city could not lo. gaily pay tho bill, was submitted to the coundU Tho annual Ak-itar-Ben street lighting expenses approximate $1,600. .MpmoJiIk Are n JMesmci to Children. Babies and younK children must bo carefully watched for the growth of adenoids,, which spoil the .mental, and f liysleal .Ufq, of child, The y usually re suit from a succession of colds and .throat Irritations, and their presence i o'o pro ductive of harm'tjtat.mapiirssh.ool boards have an examining physlclnw) to detect them. The conditions that (nuse them may be easily avoided by cararal parents. Quickly1 and thoroughly cirt all colds and throat Irrltatlonsuy" tho use of Foley's. Honey and Tar Compound, and adenoids will , not develop. All dealers tverywhere.-Advertlsemcht. Key to-the BltuaUon-lleo Advertising. Charles De Yonntr Belter. SAN I'ltANCIBCO, Cat., Sqpt. lfl.Coni trary to tho fears ot Ills physicians, Charles Do Young, general manager of tho San, Ftancisco Chronicle, who is critically ill with typhoid fever, survived tho night .nd was strongs r.tbls morning. Hopo for his recovery Is again held out. Mother! If Child's Tongue Is Coated If GNU, ftHWrfek, ceaeUfMttai, WIS. , ssmstsch sow, site "Call Urwim gyrwp jf Wlgt," A laxative today saves a, tick child to jwtw. ChlMren simply will not take the tlses from play to empty their bowels, "which become clogged up with waste, liver seta sluggish; Momach sour, Look: at the tongue, mother! If coated, er your child Is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full ot cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoon ful tot "California Byrup of Pigs," then don't worry, ' because It Is perfectly harmless, and in a few hou.rs all this con stipation poison, sour blle'a'nd fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, ana you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "Inside cleansing" is oftlmes all that Is necessary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Bewaret of counterfeit tig syrups. Ask your druggist for a SO-cent bottle of "Cal ifornia Syrup of Figs," which has full direction for babies, children ot all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that It Is mod by the' "California Fig Byrup Com pony," Don't be fooledl 100 Efficiency In impossible It your teeth are In pour con dition. You owe it to yourself and to your family to keep your mouth in good condi tion. No fee for con sultation and advice. A written guarantee. BAILEY TfeD.ti.t 7CXB City N'at'l ynk HKh and Hartley Sts. Jrv Ralloy, Dr. Slilphcrd, "r. IrtMlwick, Orthodontist. Get the Bailey Service. This Real Fall Weather Calls for New Fall Apparel JSASCV ' !.. .. of end, vric,lc. rou c, Bet !, - W J," - - an wo S W V T WT m m w- . m VM r . SHOES K VT Allsn WVs- - .. . i ' nvJ?)ir)LHlniNG GOODS UMBRELLAS LACES BOYS CLOTHING MEN'S HATS SCORES OF NEEDED GOODS Women's Gloves Women's Milanese Silk Olorss 67o 12 anil IG-button lengths In black, white und several colors with Paris point embroidered backs, double tip tied flncern These hIovch are from tlle rn0HX prominent makers of silk gloves, and are so called seconds. Hy careful inspection of every pair we find no defects that will In any' way affect the fit or war, but In most Instances are equal to first quality gloves worth 67c Jl.KO and U.7G a pair; Women's 2 Clasp Import- ?C ed Kid Gloves ODC X.Irht and medium weight skins la black, whits and colors excellent quality will fit ana wear well slues to $1.00, at, pair GSo Women's 18-bntton JSengtli X14 Gloves S3.4& Tlnsst quality real kid la whits only regular $3.60 quality I at, pair 9X43 Women's 1-olasp Xid (Hovel at 8So a Voir Tine qualify pique kid gloves In white, black and tan rtgaiar Sl.as values at, pair 88o rsrrin's ZisKnra Kid Slovcs (J 1.60 High class gloves In 9-olasp offsets, in black, white and colors on po clal sals at, pair , . ., S.BO Notable Display and Sale High Class Laces Exquisite shadow and bead ed lace flouncings, in all .widths, 18, 27 and 45 inches, with bands, galloons and edges, to match, in white, "cream and black; also gold and silver ef fects, at yard, 50c, $1, $2 and up to $5 '. omen's & Men's ReKular $1 Qnal Jty Umbrellas, oxcollont materials, best frames, a splendid value at 00c Umbrellns Slightly damaged, but will give Rood steady sorvico Jl goods In basement, 29c. Fall Shoes Up-to-dato styles in dressy black, gray or suede leather, black velvet with silk crnvenctte tops, also dull calfskin and patent leather with light exten- " ' Q U M U WCIl sewed soles all hand somely fin ished and splendid values at, pair $3.48 WOMSBT3 8ATIIT DBS8B SX.XFFSKS Clilffon pom p o in with rosebud cen ter, high or low heels, in black or w h 1 1 o (can be dyed any color lo ntatoh any gown on short notice) In all. sizes and widths; at, pair ing Girls' School Shoe Good styles In dependable fea- tbers for schoot or dress; s,t. Pnir ...S1.7S to S2.4n $2. BoysV Shoes for Schoolwenr i?"i.vry "serviceable leathern that will wlth P pair1 h"d W'ear n50St Pral for aohoolV Vt. p pa,r . .x.98 and up runsing Union Underwear Vfe are official agents in Omaha for this best of all underwear for women tmd children. a . A Great Ohance to Buy a Suit that Will Outlast All the Coming Season. Sample Fall Suits for Men $12.80 Tho noweflt and most care fully designed suits that tho highest priced tailors in tho factory could put out as samples of $15- and 18 suits for fall, 1013. All sizes are here Every style is now, Stetson Hats FOR MEN Omaha agent tot tho celebrat ed John B. Stetson An S&S ?.!?.....;,. $3.50 finellsb Oloth and Wool Rats for Early rail1 Woari2.00 and J 2.50 values, at BSo Boys' and Children's Wool and Ten Xats at..:... ......... BOo Fall Nef lif ee ShirU Hen'a shirts 'at 88o Good' quality percale in strlpos and neat patterns, negligee and outing styles worth " to Ji.oo, at , . ., ,sso Mcn'a KUrb Bnl. a-ul- bi. 'New fall patterns, in shlrto wiiu cpnars airacnea or neck band styles, excellent mater ials and worth to Jl.50, at sso We Wish Our Custom ers to Know that We Show a Complete Stock of VICTOR VICTROLAS and Victor Records. These matchless enter tainers will be. sent any where on approval 8tep Into the department when visiting the ntoro and hear your favorite urtiat. This illustration shows- p"lcturo 'of1 vicw-oia. iv o. 10. "Zl- ; c . . . . By JffELLiriOIA. Tuesday, September 16, 1918. i AUTER LAKE COUNTRY. CLUB will have ablg Jubilee Saturday evening, when an elaborate program will be presented. j ucsiaes tne tauio a note atnnor dance, mere win bo high-class 7 vaudeville, and tha grand flnala will be a sham battle, "Tho Battlo of Awol Bay," This will bo ono of tho most unusual and interesting enter t&lnmentB offered 'by any ot tho clubs this season. Carter Lake club, situ filed on a beautiful body ot water, lends itaelf to aquatic .sports, adding much to spectacular ovonts. Bulcretrao (Carter club), the metropolis situated on Iowa bay, is tttretenedwlth a hostile invasion. Tho troops arrive and are entertained by artists from the theaters. Then "taps" are sounded. After everything is quiet, with only the sentries on guard, a hoBtilo battleship comes into the harbor and the fight begins. ' The Bontriea glvo tho alarm and the great land and naval battle is on. Tho mayor ot Bulcretrao is D. H. Christie. Tho United States Army Signal corps' is' in command of Major Carl F. Hartmann and Lieutenants W. A. Alton to and C. R. Mayo; the navy, Lieutenant W. W. Larshbrough, U. S. N., and tho National Quards, Major, Sterricker, Captains Harris, El sassor, Stein and Lleutonant McPherson. Birthday Party. A delightful children's paryt was given from 11 to 1 o'clock today by Mrs. D. C. Bradford at her spacious homo in cele bration ot the fifth birthday of her twin daughters, Ilertha Man and Martha RI. It was originally planned to hav a large tent In the yard and dinner was to be served at noon In the tent for the chil dren, but owing to the rain the party was given in the house, There were beautiful little, souvenirs for the young guests and' cnuarena irames were enjoyed. The small guests included: Wttlo Misses Little Misses Bertha May, Jtan Ucdlck, Bradford, Jean Kennedy, Aiarxna in urauioru, bninuv faasn, Barbara Mlll&rd, Anne Merle Kennedy, , Masters. John Frederick Davis, George Redtck, Jr.; 'Marshall Magre, William Coad. Jr.. George Paugherty. Uertrude Kinsler, uQiomy MiBBins, , Gertrude Marsh. Masters. James McMulten, Beth Adams Itpsewater. Bernard Ilanlghen, Franklyn Smith. If IW LOCATION A 1316 TA1KAM Bell Drug Co. Hoore-Whiteley Wedding, Mr. Lewis w. Moore ana Miss Lelah Agnes Whltsleysnere united In marriage at the homo ot tho bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Whlteley. 1TW North Thlrty-sUtli street, Monday evening, Jtev. William Doyers. pastor of the Walnut lll'l Methodist church, officiating. A. largo gathering of relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony. The bride was, vntll recently a student, ot the Omaha High seaool and has a wide circle of friends. Mr. Moore Is a member of the class of 1312 at the ajrt department of Crelguton university end made a brilliant record while at that place. He Is at present in the em ploy ot the Standard Oil company in this tlty. Mr. and Mrs. Moore wilt leave today for a short visit at the home of his parents at Tekamah, Neb. They will bo a.t home to friends after November 1 at 1SS Nortb Twenty-sixth street Kuony-XUfany Wedding. Miss Ilessla Florence Tiffany, duurfhter ot Mr and Mrs. Homer Edson Tiffany of Syracuse, N Y . was married Thurs day evening, September 4. to John Hubert Kuony ot Omaha, Rev. Tt. E. Burton. pastor of Delaware Baptist church of Syracuse officiating, at the homo ot tho brides parents In South Saline street. Bert 12. Kuony of Omaha was best man for his brother. Mr. andMrs. Kuony will live In Omaha and will be at homo there to friends atter November 13. At the Field ClubT Miss Isabel Williams "111 entertain at bridge at' the club Saturday In honor of Mrs. J. N- Macallstcr ot Chicago. Mrs. II. M. McCUnahun entertain! at luncheon at the club Tuesday noon for Mies Ola Helle Horvey. whoso weddlur to Mr. Walter Hopewell, takes placa Thursday. Piacss were laid tor: Mesdames Mnsdames J. N. M calls ter of O. W. Hervey. Chicago, H. M. McClanahan. Misses Misses Cla Bell Hervey, Adelaide Thomas ot Kathryne MeClana- Tekamah, Neb.; hart. Evu Penny. Mrs. J. W. Battln entertained sixteen guests at bridge luncheon today at the club; Mrs. Genre E, .Barker, four. Mrs, J. U Baker entertained at lunch eon this noon for her guest, Mrs. H. ii, Stoddart of Lincoln. Places were laid tor eight guests. A special table d' bote dinner will be given at the club Wednesday evening. For Wedding Party. Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Hervey will enter tain at dinner this, evening in honor ot their daughter, Ola Belle, whoso wedding to Mr. Walter Hopewell takes place Thursday. A mound ot red rosea will be the center piece and tho guests will b: J. N. Macaltater of During the last vear this rtonnrtr.ii.nt v..,. given, tho most successful dances ot anjt' of the younger set. nnd this "year the attendance has reached the record with ant enrollment of lis, the largest in the history Of the dental iTrnnrtmnt miitiv of tho boys coming from as far asSeattle, wash. An orchestra has been engaged and a good time Is assured those attend ing. A welcome invitation is extended to the Other denartmpnta of tha iinti-omlt... and friends of the college. A Sappy Hollow. ! une annual Harvest Home dinner which .takts place at the, club this evening has proved to be a . popular entertainment. Reservations have been made for. 200 guests, Among those entertaining will bo, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Llnderholm, whose guests .will he: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rector, Miss Edna Hector, Miss Frances Rector. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sherman will havu as guests for dinner 'this evening: Rev. and Mrs.- Frederick T. Rouse, Miss Mary Rouulj, Miss Winifred House, Miss Harriet RJierman. Mr. and Mrs. R, W. .West will enter tain at dinner this evening. Those pres ent will 'bo: " Mr. and Mrs. Raymond itayward. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel- Rees, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Manning wltl en tertain .at dinner this evening. Plates will bo laid for: ( Mrs. F. T. Manning, Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Manning, Miss Bertha Pierce, Miss Ruth Manning. Master Beverly Manning. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wlckersham will entertain nt dinner this' evening In honor of her guest, Mrs. Arthur E. Rose ot California. Those present will be Dr. and Mrs, J. M. Aiken. Mr. and Mrs. A W. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Gllmore. Mrs. Arthur E. Roso ot California, Other reservations for dinner were made by E. M. Durkee, who will have three guests; M. D. Cameron, two; I. J. Baxter, two; H. K. Burket, two; E. L Bradley, two; I. Slbernsen, three. Mrs. Draper Smith will entertain six guests at luncheon at ''the club Thurs day, Mrs, C. R. Hastings, five, and Mrs. C. W. Russell, twenty. Entertainments. Miss Gertrude Wraaso entertained Sat urday at the Toxton at a large dlnnei given In honor ot Mr. Ralph Morrell ot Now York City, tho guest of Mls Wrasse. Covers were laid for twenty. Tho out-oft-own guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Morrell. New York City. Miss Viola Bmlth, Rosalia, Wash. Mr. H. R. Wraise. New York City. Ralph Morrell. . ... M Miss Bess Davis entertained Monday evening at a miscellaneous shower for Miss Bess Gibbons, a September bride. Tho guests were; Misses ella Crane, Nan Rostermundt, Marie schroeder. Lincoln. Eoual Fmnihi. n'..lL.ii.i' hit V$eeted that o .convention till have the laraest nn. . ' . ' frago meeting over held in the state. Delegate, Elected. xc , rancis WUlard. Woman's Chrls llan Temperanco unlnn. h. i ... j. Bates to the state convention to bo held ai irrcmont. September 23 to 28. 'Those' chnznn warn . ' . , ; - ., -..cou.CB rrancis Fpiians-' ' " uaizeii and .H. N. 'Craig. i.iummcB are Jlesdames (J. M Tallaferrp, A. M. Eaton. St. J, Burton and Frank, IJuJjts. ... ' In and Out of the Bee Hive. : ' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKey leave this evening for Hastings, Neb., to attend tho wedding of Miss Florence Dutton. Whfla there they swlU bo the guests of Mr. and airs, w. r , Holmes, formerly of Omaha. Mrs. Arthur E. . anrl rlouhtJ. Margaret, of Los Angeles are tho guests 01 ir. ana wrs. o. w. Wickorsham. Miss Gertrude McCarthy ot Chicago, formerly of .Omaha, will arrive Octobei 3 to be tho guest of Miss Marlon Kuhn and -will bo ono of tho out-of-town guests at the coronation ball. WEDNESDAY Two Final Performances Promenade cfes Toilettes arid Tableaux Vivants Enacted by Twelve Beautiful Young Artists' Models ' Frori 10 Until Noon. From 2 P. M. Until 4 The authentic styles for fall and winter in gowns, cos . t'unies, millinery,' afternoon frocks, suite, coats and furs are-shown in "the' most artistic environment throughout the entire day. OPENING-. FEATURE Evening and Street Coat Elab orate outer iiarments in beautiful piU'fabriC ar imitation fur tlfccts. Pn'are $19, $25, (33, $45 and up to $98. OPENING FEATURE Evening Coitumet Costumes de tiffned to grace social eventt.-ive-ning parties and receptions,,ddap tations of French models; (35, $49, $59, $75 and $9$. - t OPENING FEATURE Nefo WaUte and Blouse Stun ning Larmenf, of laces, nets and etiarmeuss satin many light, Huffy ideas: $5, $6.93, $S.9S, $10 end u to $35. OPENING FEATURE The Coronet Hats The ontyhats that combine thi cleverest style ideas uiith.a practical price al ways $10. - . jkk mm Hji HL .... Discontinued Styles of High-Grade Pianos m Fraction m Original Cost II II Mrs. . Mr. and Chicago, Misses , Ola Belle Hervey. Anna Dennis. Eva Penny, -wersrs. Misses Adelaide Thomas ot Telcamah. Messrs. Clarence Hopewell, Walter Hopwell, Karl C. Hervey Will H. Hervey ot Indianapolis. of Seattle. Dental Hop. The Crelghton university dental de partment will glvo the first ot a series ot Informal dancing parties next Monday ovtn'ng, September Z2, at tho dancing pavllllon ot Carter Lake Country club. Misses Bess Gibbons, Kthel Ticoeman, Nell Murphy. Margaret Murphy. Alice Embieu, Jess Kmblen, Clara-Hoffman. Anne Havey, Mamie O'Hearo. KlUXJndell, Mesdames Man' Murphy. Loretta Emben, Nanoy Hase, Margaret Jelley, Ruth Iree. Joalo Purcell. Mesdames This is the only store in Omaha where you can buy new Steinway, Weber, Hardin an, Emerson, Linde mon&Son, McPhail, Steger&Sons and Schmoller & Mueller Pianos; also 'the Aeolian Pianola Pianos. x Monday we started on the last week of our Annual Clearance Sole of Used Pianos. No sale this year has brought so many buyers of high-grade pianos to our store. The prices below will give yoy. an idea of some of the bargains to be found for the remainder cf the sale. Oome early tomorrow and get the piano you like on terms that you can afford to pay. ' Ah Avalanche of Piano Bargains Thai Will Be Snapped Up Quickly By Shrewd Buyers: $230 George Steele Practice Piano, now S15 8300 Chickerlng & Son Practice Piano, now. .$25 5230 Mueller Upright Practice Piano, now. .8115 $275 Norwood Upright Piano, now ....... S145 $275 Mueller Upright Piano, now .S135 $300 Heed & Son Upright Piano, now $155 $325 Corl Upright Piano, now S165 $300 Lighto & Co- Upright Piano, now. .3160 $300 Smith & Nixon Upright Piano, now. . .S17Q $400 Crown Upright Piano, now : . . . .S20D $330 Wagner Upright piano, now $-125 Steger & Sous' Upright Piano, now $350 Kurtzman Upright Piano, now. $550 A. B Chase Upright Piano, now $173 Mehlin & Son Upright Piano, now. . . $750 Steinway Upright Piano, now. .,.,. $350 Schmoller Ji Mueller Upright Piano. $400 Steger & Sons' Upright Piano, now. . $1,200 Chickerlng & Sons' Grand Piano.. $700 George Steck Grand Piano, now. . . . 8185 $195 -$175 .$175 .$255 .$565 $225 $255 S20O $325 Blmpson standeyen, Gilbert Margaret, Putrlck Heat ey, Ella Gibbons. Daniel Davis, Suffrage Convention. Tho annual convention ot the Ne braska Suffrage association will be held In Lincoln November 6 and 7. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president 'of the National Suffrage association, will bo tho prin- clpal speaker. Suffrage societies from ' tho entire state will bo represented and a largo delegation wilt bo present ftom Omaha. The convention Is under the auspices pt the Lincoln Commercial club and tho THIRTY DAYS' FREE TRIAL OF ANY PIANO THEN f 1.00 PER WEEK SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO. tUstl PiiM smm it Mraiks 1311-11 FMUM STREET, IkUU VICTOR ni COLIMIIA Taikiig Musiics