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1 THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1913.
8 Society By MELLIFIOIA. Bride at Military Wedding Thursday, October 2, 1913. NE ot the first largo autumn weddings was that of Miss Nannlo Pago Oand Dr. John Holmes Trlndcr. which was celebrated at Trinity cathedral last evening. This brldo, who will bo a welcome addition to army circles, was particularly fortunate In receiving so many beautiful and useful wedding gifts. There was an Immonso chest of tablo silver etched In the May Flowor design, Including every kind of flat silver pieces, and In a design to match was an exquisite largo coffee service, with long tray and n smaller tea and coffeo service In colonial design. The glfta further Included Bllvor broad and' butter plates In plain design to bo monogrammed, and after-dinner coffeo cups In artistic filigree work. Thero wcro several largo trays and n dinner servlco in tho 8heffIold plato. The bride received a number of beautiful personal gifts, Including a gold bracelet watch, a bar pin and a horseshoe pin, each of pearls and sapphires. The brldo belongs to ono of the most prominent families of Virginia, and many of tho gifts were from relatives. Tho groom's former homo was Philadelphia, and ho has been stationed at Fort Omaha for the laBt two years. Tho many friends or tho young people regret that they are to loavo Omaha, as Dr. Trlnder has been ordorod to Texas City. At Carter Lake Conhtry Club. The last dlnner-dancc of the club sea son at Carter Lake Country club was given Tuesday evening, when covers were placed for over iSW ' members 'and' their friends. From now on the club will bo open for those who wish to glvo private dancing parties. Dr. and Mrs. Koy A. Dodge had as their guests at dinner: Mr and Mrs. E. T. Ileyden. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Klnnard. Dr, und Mrs. A. R. Knoda. Dr. and Mrs. AV. P. Wherry. Dr. und Mrs. J. C. Bishop. Dr, and Mrs. W. X. Dorward. Dining togetltor werei Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keating. Mr. and Mrs. Copp, Lincoln. FYelda rxjwenperg, . St. Joseph. Klennor Katlng. Kleanor Dlckman. Arnold Trulsen. Julius llosenfeld. Levlnson, Kansas City. . Helen Keating. Erna Iladra, Messrs. , Bert Weiss. Mort Miller. Bmll Nussbaunt. , . Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Swanson. Mr and Mrs. J. A. frecland. Other dinners were given by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. T. niopon, who had five guests; Vincent Hascall, seven; 13. I. Lawler, two; ,11. II. Jones, four V. A, Pardun, fourc Mrs "William Berg, three; Joseph Crtedon. four; Itoy J. fftrombcrg, four; Carl M. Johnson, two; C. J. Larmon, two; Dr. and Mrs. 13. W. Williams, two; E. a. Clay, Ihreo; 3. C. Young; two; Mr. and, Mrs. i I Dundey, three; Joseph a. King wait, two; J I. Ncglcy, two; Doug, 'as Melcher, two; Harry Wlndberg, two; C. F. Rife, two: George Drake, two; Edward J, Brown, five; George SwoUodii, three! Max U Hmtth, flvo; John Ophdal. two; C. Q, Jaycox, two; Ulss Ella J. Urown, two; M. ti. 'la D, II. Christie, two; 13. F. Servlss, foar; J. 15. CMalley, five; J. F. Pow trs, fours A. W. Hunt, four; Dr. t. A. Derft'ody, two; Oeorgu F. Jones, five; Mesdames Loyd D. Willis, O. J. Claassen. mann, four; May Itasmussen, three; Hoy N. Frankum, two; A. B. Cook, seven; E. Uarstow, two; C. M. High smith, two, nrid H. B. Ruffner, six. At the Omaha Club. Mrs. C. J. Claassen entertained at luncheon at the Omaha club today for Mrs. Allan Murphy of Lincoln, who Is tho guest of Mrs. J. K. Morrison. Covers wero laid for: Mesdames J. K. Morrison, Allan Murphy, Robert uantt, Bridge Dinner. Mrs. t. C. Bradford will entertain at a bridge dinner at her home Thursday In honor of Mrs. Frederick Hlgbce of Chicago, who is the guest of Mrs. A. V. Klnslcr. The decorations will be autumn flowers. Thoso present will be: Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Klnsler. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Macro. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellne. Miss Clalro Uclcne Woodard. Mrs. Frederick Hlgble. Dr. LcRoy Crummer. Mr. Lawrenco Brlnker. Mr. Frank Haskell. Et-A-Virp Club Parties. The Et-A-VIrp 'club announces tho fol lowing for their dances this winter; Thursday, October 23; Tuesday, Novem ber 23; Thursday, December IS; Thursday, January 3, Monday, February 23; Thurs day, March 19; Tuesday, April 1(; Thurs day, May 7, Monday evening. Octobor 13, they will have a business meotlng and smoker at Mr. Jack McMahon'a office, 1513 Capitol avenue. Orpheum Party. Miss Elisabeth Davis wilt entertain sixteen guests at an Orpheum box party Thursday for Miss Lucy Hawk of Battlo Rosebud Robe ' ,You can use it on the crib, but it is so pretty that you will probably want to keep it for the coach. NThe robe itself is a soft, creamy white, while the little crocheted rosebuds are in delicate pink with green leaves. It is unusual, beautiful, service able and very easy to make. And, by making it yourself, the cost is surprisingly low. Send the coupon below for com plete directions. The yarn used is Fleish er' Germ&ntown Zephyr, 4-fold, one ofj the sixteen -the standard yarns famous for their line, soft, even thread and, their wonderful wearing qualities, Most women who use yarn use Fleisher's. If you are one of the few who don't, you should certainly try them for, your next garment. Whatever kind of yarn .you need, always insist on Fleisher's sec that the trade-mark is on every skein. Knitting Wonted DrtMlaq llftxonr ftpanlsa WnM . SUltaake Wool BhcUand Zephyr irml lro mad. Bhatlaad Higniann wmi , . Clip Ceopsa ra TMm Ua C Mail tkla CoaVoa to 3. B, & E. W. FLEISHER, PkildvJkU Xam Btrtet- . Citu .State. Realty Men Object to Paying. Water Bills for Tenants The Real Estate exchange Is again making Its protest to the Water board against the board's ruling that the owner of a house shall bo responsible for the water rent If the tenant sees fit to Jump his bill. The board naked the exchange to draft such rules as It thought should be ploced In effect- In reply tho water committee of tho exchange drew up a letter to the board asking that clauses a and 6 be cut out. They do not want the owner of property to be. made to sign an application to have water turned on at rented property, and do not wjint tho owner to bo made responsible for the bills. The real estate men maintain that there Is no more reason why the owner should bo held for the tenant's water bill than that he should be held for his coal or grocery bill. Tho realty men have secured legal opinion to the effect that they are In the right In the controversy. F. D. Wead urges the board and tho exchange to get together. He la a mem ber of the board as well as of the ex change. The system forced on tho realty men by tho Water board has cost on real estate man JCOO In the last yar." It Is said. In tho payment of water bills 'that W. II. Green had put up a iScjf front at the water office, refusing te sign the guarantee, and was let off, while others are compelled to sign In order to get water. Most Food la Poison to the dyspeptic Electric Bitters, soon relieve dyspepsia, liver and kidney corn plaints and debility. Price 50c. For salt by your druggist. Advertisement. Key to the Situation Deo Advertising. MRS. JOHN H. TRINDBU, K MIh Nunnl. race. Creek, Mich., who Is the guest of Miss Katherlne Beeson. Announce Engagement. The betrothal ot Ethel Marie Ellison of Omaha to tho Bev. Albert Edward Selcer, vicar of St. John's Episcopal church, was announced at fit. John's church on Sunday. The marriage will be solemnised early 19U. Afternoon Bridge. Mrs, John A. McShane gave an after noon bridge at her horn Thursday In honor of Mrs. Frederick Hlgble of Chi cago, who Is the guest of Mrs. A. V. Klnsler, and for Mrs. Charles Whltakef of Clinton, Mo., guest of Mrs. Charles Martin. Flowers were used throughout the home. Those present were: Mesdames Mesdames Frederick lllgbee, F. II. Davis, OMAHA DOING BIG BUSINESS G. W. Wattles Compiles Figures Showing Extraordinary Volume. ANSWER TO NEW YORK BANKERS Charles Whltaker, A. V, Klnsler, P. Klrkendall, M. 15. Barber, lien Gallagher. George Squires, George Barker, Charles Martin, Frank Martin. Charles Wllhelm, J. F. Brady, C. N. Dletz. J. R. Scoble. J. J. Dickey. Personal Mention. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cameron have pur chased a new home at 216 North Thirty- second avenue, Into which they have re cently moved. Wedding Anniversary. Air. and Mrs. Charles Harris of Z312 Grant street celebrated their wedding an niversary Tuesday, September 30. Mr. William Botts and Mrs. H. John son sang. Those present were: Mesdames Mesdames D, M. Fergerson. D. Elegan. j'ranx mewara. W, J, Johnson. M. Ji B. McLowan. Maryland C. Sands. William Mitchell. Edward Turner. 'Messrs. W." II, HarriSr C. U. IlUBsell. Alfred Jones and daughter. R Montgomery. Othello lloundtree. A. M. Harold. Messrs. w. w, rtay. H. F. mlth. Mr. and Mrs. w. P. Bay, Mr, and Mrs, G. M. liny. Mr. and Sirs, S. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray. Mr, and Mrs. W. It. Bright. Mr. and Mrs. II. McDanlel. Mr. and Mrs. C. E Morris. Mr. and Mrs. W. J, H. Stephens. Mies Stella Harris. In and Out of the Bee Hive. Among .those reglsetred at the Hotel McAlpln fn, New York City from Omaha during the week were: Mrs, Georgo Todd of Waterloo, who has been the guest of Mrs. H. U .Mallo, left Thursday morning for her home. Mr. A. J. Love, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Guild, Mr. T. F, Blake, M. J. A. Whalen, Mr. H. H. Seller and Mr. Charles F. Schwager. Body of Frank Vosoa is round Hanging to Tree Near the Eiver Frank Vosca, who disappeared from his home at Nineteenth and B streets, South Omaha, about a Week ago, was found hanging to a tree near tho Mud creek sewer and the banks of tho Mis souri river Wednesday afternoon. John Irwin and Charles Smlsek ran Into the body while hunting near the rives, bank. They called the police who In turn noti fied Undertaker Bcnnard I.arkln. The body was removed to Larktn's parlors, where an Inquest will be held. Vosca viae 27 years' ot age and Is sur vived by two children.'- Tho wife ot the dead man died soma time ago and he has been In a more or less doubtful stato ot mind since, according to some ot the police. About u week ago Vosca told some of hU companions that he intended to quit his work at the packing house, hinting that he had decided to kill himself. Probation Officer Paul McCuuley some days ago stated that Vosca had been drinking. Tho children had been neg lected by Vosca and It Is thought that this weighed on him when sober. Tho children ot the dead man have been cared iot by a neighbor of tho Voscas. Local Financier Sends Information to Wall Street, Where It Will Add to Gntc City's GroTrins; Commcrctnl Prestige. O. W. Wattles, In answer to recent Inquiries rrom New York bankors. has complied a set of figures tc them on tho Incoming business Into Omaha that are astonishing- In that they mark an extraordinary volume even In face of the adverse crop conditions that pre vailed In some parts of the state the latter part of the summer. Mr. Wattles' figures show that during the first eight months of the present year this city paid out over 1100,000,000 to producers marketing their products here. His let ter contains a wealth or Information tor the average layman on the tremendous total of business that Omaha accom plishes frpm month tb month. The let ter follows: "In reply to your letter, received tome time ago, asking the extent of the In Jury to the business of Omaha on ac count ot the cyclone In this city last spring and the damage to the corn crop In our territory during the summer, I beg to say that I do not think our busi ness Interests will be seriously Injured by either ot these disasters. "On account ot the Intimations con tained In your letter of Inquiry, I have with conslderablo care obtained from retlable sources statements showing the amount and value of products marketed In this city and South Omaha from Jan uary 1 to September 1 of this year. These products have all been produced and the ' wealth.- represented by them oreatcd In the territory tributary to Omaha, mostly In' Nebraska. The re sults of these figures go to show tft&t there has been paid to the producers In this territory at the Omaha markets alone considerable moVe than $100,000,000 during this period ot eight months. This money has gone Into the local banks and bias been used to pay debts, living expenses and to purchase luxuries, such as automobiles. 'My Investigations show that there has been marketed at the Omaha Grain Ex change, which was started a few years ago In face ot the prediction of railroad managers and many grain men that It would be a failure, between January 1 and September 1, 42,116,700 bushels ot gratn at an estimated value ot $2a,l,70S; that at the Union Stock Yards of South Omaha there has been sold during this eight months the total number ot 3.SI3,. 978 head of cattle, hogs, sheep, horses and mules at a total estimated value ot t73,W6,ia. The butter and eggs sold at the creameries In the city of Omaha dur ing this period have- brought the esti mated value of $2,H8,000, making a grand total for these products above men. tloned, which have been marketed at this city ot fl07,S64.037, "Of course, this does not take Into ac count tho large amount of products, which perhaps have been equal ot greater than the amount sold here, which have found a market In other cities, nor does It take Into account the large amount of other produce and man ufactured products not mentioned which have been produced In this territory, so that I do not believe I overestimate the vaUte ot the products, which have been turned Into money from the territory tributary to our city during the last eight months, when I gay that It has amounted to at least $250,000,000. 'The cyclone which visited our city last spring was, only an Incident which brought temporary loss to quite a large number of our people, but no permanent dltaster to our community. The entire effects of It have long since disappeared, nearly every building Injured has been repaired or rebuilt, so that Insofar as the effect ot this cyclone Is concerned tt did not produce a check In ' out progress. "So far as the partial loss ot our corn crop Is concerned, I will lay that out farmers have harvested this year the largest smalt grain crop in the history of our state. This grain has been sold at good prices, and the partial loss ol the corn crop, or even a total los. will nnt hava the effect ot giving even a Upon to Do His Duty i0crithWerreportot.atrhg1: and Increasing saies, our laooring men are well employed, and with all due thanks to you for your kind and so meltous Inquiry. I beg tt say that It will inot be neoeisary for you to open sub. I - ti Your scrubbing is done in half the time, with half the work, with GOLD DUST Washes dishes, pots, pans, windows and cleans everything in a jiffy. 5c and larger packages CHICAGO "Lei thm GOLD BUST TWMS aim ymur wmtkf I i 111 wjviyyjj McShane is Called Charles Davis ot Emporia, Kan., and Inura Barker, Ml North Seventeenth street, were arraigned In police court on n ..fiarff nf vnrrlnpv. 1ft uams that Charles had considerable money on his Isorlptlons for the relief of our cltlxens. person when he Invited his friend to the Vienna hotel, where drink was set be fore them and where he lost his roll. He complained at the station and was un able to give & satisfactory account ot himself. Attorney E. F. Morlarlty repre sented the pair on the chirge, while Sheriff Felix McShane was n Interested listener. When the evidence was brought forth that the Vienna establishment had served liquor utter hours, Morlarty, In thunder- l AAwA U.Rhii.a Rhj.rlrf 'you have heard the evidence, now do your duty." ' The sheriff left the court room shortly I after, evidently bent "on carrying out Moriarty's demand. Davis and the Uarker woman were given thirty-day Jail sentences. Key to the Situation tus Advertising. nor to send any or the old clothing that you way have on hand." A Crnel Bllstake Is to neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King's New Discovery cures them and may pre vent consumption. We and $1.00. For sale by your druggist, Advertisement. " 4.-. : ' V'::' ' ' v w? Following in the Footsteps of yyf to'. GORDON i i Chambers ' Academy of Danc ing will open season 1913-14 for lessons and classwork, October 7th, 1913. Applications for enrollment In classes can bo made now by calling D-1871. Xr-w entrance on -5th Street. Roller Skating will begin October 14th. Entrance on Farnam Street. m m J 5 s- V.'- ' Uncle sam; , is going to pass a Pure Fur Law- , The Nat'l Retail Furriers v Association of the U. S. is, telling its members to tell. , the Truth About Furs. , A store in New York was held guilty by the. Courts for . sdlingfurs under false names. It took no government; action no Association's. commands or court order to make Gordon Furs honest. GORDON FURS have been sold for years and will be sold this year under, the GORDON Pure Fur Law to every buyer of Gordon Furs a guarantee of Hon est Furs sold Honestly. vw v 4 ,. t ; Gordon & Ferguson, St. Paul, Minn.' MAKERS OF GORDON PURE FUR LAW FURS SINCE 1871