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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 191.
Society By MELLIFIOIA. Thursday, May 28, 1914. HE mnrrhant nrlnrn nf Omnhn nri nnzzlnri. Mnoelnllv fho owners Tot the more oxcluslvo stores of the city. "Now what would you do," ono of them asked, "If the wlfd of a prominent businoss man ordered an cxpenblve gown sent to hor home, and after keeping It a day returns It? Later I saw her at one of the clubs wearing n similar frock to the one returned. She had had the homo dressmaker copy tho imported model and, while it was not (julto as chic as the original, still il served tho purpose, and was much cheaper." "I xoally did not mind that qulto so much as another Incldont," he -went on to Bay. "Recently tho mother of two small girls asked us to send to New YoYk and get the very nowost style of little coats for the children. They wero rather oxpenslve, and two days after they were delivered they were returned to tho store The homo dressmaker had copied the ex pensive models! That was too much. I wish wo could manage to remedy this habit." Entertains for Australian Guest Mr F, A. VclH. Rl8td b Mr. J. M, Gillan, entertained with a luncheon at the Happy Hollow club Wednesday In honor of Mr. Harry D. Sevier, Bldney, Jf. 8. W., Australia, mnhaRlnR director ot the Australian branches ot the lcwl Berger company, r.ondon, Knpland. Mr, Povler Is In Omnha for the current week enrouto to London anil will be the honor guest at several dinners. Covers were laid at the club for Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Barker 2d, Mr. and Ma. Arthur J. Worafold and Mr. and Mrs. Harry IV. Hull. Miss Grace A. Powell, jr. Floyd C. fcUftlo, Alda, Neb.; Mr. K. A. Welih, Mr. T. C. Kenower, Harvard, Neb.; Mr. J. it. Gillan, Mr F.'A. Brown, Shenandoah, la.'; Mr. Francla E. Daly, Mr. Paul C. Jtar rlngton. Mr. H. II. ijevler. At the Field Club. Indications are that the Field club will r.ave one pi tho largest dinner dances ot the year at tho formal opening next Sat urday evening. Thero will be special lowers for tho table decorations And about 200 have already made reservations lor dinner. J, W. Hughes will have a party of four; J. H. Kelly, seven; 3. A. Itussel, four; il. J. McCarthy, four; U M. TnlmaRe, ght; C. B. Liver, four; V. T. Lawrence, tour, E. B. Carrlsan, live; J. H. Huaslp, Jour; O. lt. Pratt, five; L. D. Carrier, twelve. Tom S. Kelly, clfjht; N. K. Hwrlman. twelve; C. K. Hunter, four; C. Henry, eighteen; J. A. Rine, four; J. C. McClure. four; H. B. Busmann, four; Carl Bock, twenty; W. H. Wood, eighteen; It. C. Nicholson, six; Art Metz, eight; N. P. Fell, four; P. C. Heafey, four; James Waugh, four; G. W. Johnston, four, J. Fred Kerr, eight; V. A. Bmltli, six; C. H. Ashton, tour; Jerome Hcyn, two; It. E. Cunningham, six; W. L. Shearer, two; C. W. "Cajklhs, four; v,. . Hutchison, six; 11. A. Walil, 'lour. Dinner Party for Visitors.- Mr. and Mrs. "Samuel 8. Caldwell wl" tDtertsIn at dinner this evening at their home in' honor. of Mr. Caldwell's mother, Mri. 11. it. Caldwell of Tioga, Pa. Cuv. r will be placed for!" Mr. and Mrs. Victor-B? Caldwcllf- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick ,.H. Davis. Mr. ind Mrs. Uurdon '. Wattles. -Mr, and Mrs. T. L. Itlngwalt. Mr- and Mis. H. I). UnrKulovv. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. -ates. , , Mr. nd Mrs. Philip Potter, Mrs. H. M. Caldwed of itoga, Pa. Mrs. Frederick Lake. Miss Baldwin of Tioga, Pa. Mr. Charles L. Ueuel, For lira. Alien. Mrs, John L. Kennedy was hostess nt a luncheon today at her attractive homo in Fairacres in honor of Mrs. Charles C Allen of Fort Seward, who Is visiting fcr parents. Mr. and Mrs, 11. W. Yates. Pink spring flowers were used In decora tion and covers wero placed for twelve guests. Hiscellancous Shower; Mas. W. n. Hill of Gouth Omaha was hostess at a miscellaneous shower Wed nesday afternoon at her home In honor of Miss Blanche Walle, a Baptist mis sionary, ot Hamilton. N. Y.. whose wed ding tb Mr. Frank Hubbell will take place n June at the brlde'a homo In Hamilton. An enjoyablo afternoon was spent and thq bride useful and atrnctlv ent were; ' Misses Blanche Walte, Gertrude Hill, -Belle Bliss, Charlotte Wells, Mesdames J. yji. Arnett,, T. Brayton. ' U Bagby. W. Cornamon, 11. ,T. Conaway, Byron (Mow, A. English. A. Ooretsky, G. French. G. C. Hanking, M. Francisco, J. N. Henry.' Ji Haney, A. Hugenberg, J. D. Jont, 1 W. B. Hill. tn.ht received minv ' gifts. Those pres- Misses Kllzalieth Hayes, June Slocum. Virginia Todd, Mesdames Charles Knight, A. O. Laldlow, H, Morrell, G. Masson, W. B. Myers, It. Mett, F. J, Northcupp, J. O. Heam, M. Sherwood, K. V. Towle. C. L. Talbot, J. B Todd, W. B. Wyman, K. Wilson, . 8. A. Young. At the Country Club. A 'luncheon was given at thr Omaha Country 'club, Wednesday by'a humberl of young KlHs and matrons, who will have charcc of the ticket sale for the Bn Greet performance, which will be Blven at the 'club June 17. Those present at the luncheon were; Mesdames- Mesdame 19. H. 8prague. William Tracy J, T. Stewart, i. Burns, Fred Hamilton. Harold Prllchett, Jerome Magec. ' Glenn Wharton, Waller McCormlck, Misses Misses Daphne Peters. Gladys Peters, . Klisabelh Divvlx, Mnle Davis. . Mildred Butler. RllxabMh Bruce, Dorothy Hall. Janet Hall. Louise Dlnnlna:, Mark Burkley. . Kllrabeth. Pickens, Elizabeth TJongdpn. Caroline Congdon. Entertains at Luncheon. Mrs Charles Test Stewart of Council Bluffs wo hostess nt, luncheon Wed nesday. Klllarney roses and pink sweet peas wero used as a centerpiece. Covers were placed for; Mesdames Mesdames John A. Mcflhane, F.ank Pusv. George Prlnx. New York City, George Ttfidlck, H'lghes of J. 'J. Hess. Texas Oir. John U Webster, Stewart Wlldman. O. C. nedlcK, Mies -Anna Dodge of New York City. E?oeive for Continuants, . - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldsmith will re ceive Sunday afternoon and evening ,in hphor of the confirmation, of their daugh ter Jeanette. City Central Suffrage. . The City Central Suffrage committee will meet ai the home of Mrs. JTKdroi Brown Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. B. 'MUnson, suffrage organizer, and Mrs. W, C. Sunderland, city, chairman, will be.th speakers, An- Invitation has been ex tended to all who arc Interested la the suffrage movement to attend. Evcninsr Fatty. . . Mrs. Joseph Amlsh entertained at an evening party at her home Wtylntsday evening in celebration ot her birthday. Those present were: .Miss Margaret Drocknilller. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. A. Chrlstensen. . . Mr. and Mrs. J. Panuska. Mr." and Mrs. F. Butler. Mr. and Mrs. J. Vanek. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Amleh. Mesdames H. Jiarvwell and J. Clod felter. .Entertajns Triangle GluK The Triangle club was entertained at the home of Jennie Wilson Thursday' aft ernoon. The afternoon was spent In play ing tennis. Those present were the fol lowing;: Misses Misses Helen Brandels, Clara Hoffman, Helen Sinclair, Annabel Sinclair, Oneida Moran. Margaret Hrfftman, Margaret McCarthy, Alice O'Nell, Irene Rosewater, Jennie Wilson. Mrs. W. M. Wilson. Personal Mention. Mr. and Mrs. Hoxle Clark are pxpeeted here Sunday morning 'on the special fu neral train from 8t Louis which carries the body of Mr. CIark"a mother. Mrs. 9. II. H. Clark, who died in St. Louis this morning. To Receive for Daughter. Mr. aand Mrs. J. rtothholz will re celv Sunday between the hours of 3 and 5, and 7 and 9 In honor of the con firmation of their daughter, Harriet. In and Out of the Bee Hive. Miss Josephine Hart left today to at tend tho commencement exercises of the Peru State Normal, from which school her sister, Fannie, graduates. Mr. and Mr. C. L. Boss of Portland, Ore., will arrive Friday morning, to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coon, at the AiRelus apartments. Mrs. Boss, who was formerly Miss Cora Weaver of this city, will remain here for a few days, but Mr. Boss will ro on to the au tomobile factories In Detroit. D. P. and B. F. Young and their wives, of Callaway, Neb., are In Omaha, stop ping at the Henshaw, to attend the grad uation week festivities at Brnwnell Hall. Miss Belle Young, a senior at the school, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. p. Young. Accompanying the Callaway peo ple from that town on his way home to Boston was a cousin, C. W. Young, who had been inspecting a large ranch he owns near Callaway, For w Toria Liver. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off and on for the past six years whenever my liver shows signs of being In a disor dered condition. They have always acted quickly and given me the desired relief," writes Mr. F. H. Trubus, Sprlnrvtlle, N. T. All dealers., Advertisement, JANITOR ONCE GERMAN COUNT "Andy," Marble Polisher at Court House, Had Title and Wealth. SPENDS FORTUNE IN AMERICA Bstiite In Vnterlnnd Vnlnrd At Half Million Wna Mqnlrtnted as He Traveled Over Country Knew Jfntnlilea We'll, "Andy" Hawernlch, whose dally humble task Is to polish the marble In the court house. Is Johannes George Andrew, Grot von Hawernlch of Holsteln. Germany, a count whose estates were worth JoOO.OX). The life history ot this remarkable old man after having been known for more than twenty-five years only to "Andy and a few close friends, has been re vealed by one of the latter. How the former count, acquaintance of Bismarck and Moltkc, student at Heldel berg university, veteran of the Franco Prussian war, -worth iSOO.OOO, cornea to be doing menial labor at the age of 64 Is a story that "Andy" gave reluctantly, Clt by bit. protesting that ho would pre r to keep his secret. He was employed by County Commis sioner John Lynch when the county took possession of tfie new court house to keep the marble clean because he Is the most industrious worker the commis sioner could find. "He I the qnly .coupt I. ever saw who Is any account." said District Judge Day. "He ought to be paid extra wages, for he does almost as much aa two ordinary men." The old man's story pieced together from answers to questions follows: "I am 'Andy' to everybody In this coun try.' and that Is right. In the old country I was the Graf von Hawernlch. My estatea were worth 2.000,000 marks, which here would be about y00,00&. Studied nt lleldr Ihrre. "I studied medicine at Heidelberg uni versity, leaving there -to ro Into the Franco-Prussian war. Like the other slufients. I foiight a good many duels and received scars over my left eye and on A New Food Triumph For years we have planned and worked to offer in prepared forrn, cooked ready, to serve, a Spaghetti good enough to make Spaghetti a Universal Food throughout the world. Heinz Spaghetti is Spaghetti at its best Italian style prepared according to a new and delicious recipe. Its flavor is' v: a new discovery. In food value it is the equal of meat and its low cost places it within the reach of all. Cooked ready to serve. Money back if it is not the best Spaghetti you have ever tasted. H. J. Heinz Co. 57 Varieties the hand. They &? not amount to much, though. ' "While I was attll a boy I went Into the war of my own accord and served throughout In the hospital corps. "In 1S7 I came to Philadelphia to see the Centennial exposition with two com panions. After It was over we went to New York, but I liked to travel and de cided to see the United States, so I am stilt hre.j "Later I sold my estatea In Germany. The money Is all rone and now I have to polish marble. But I am not dissatis fied and not sorry I came to this coun try. I always liked to travel and a Bond deal of the money I spent In this way. oome nas gone ror my friends. Once I was surety for 15.809 for a friend and had to pay." "Andv" camp tn Omaha In IMC at lh. close of the New Orleans exposition. At that time he still was comfortably well off, but the money Is all gone now. He j nrst was employed In Omaha at the old New York dry goods store. For yeara he held positions of Inspector In a South Omaha packing house and car shops and now Uvea In South Omaha. During his resMene In Rurminv h spent nart of hl tlm In JWIIn aand' nor. sonally knew both Bismarck and Moltke. The latter he recalls as a quiet man who never spoke, arbitrarily, but Inquired of his subidlnatea whether thev rild nnt think his plans were correct. Andy is a handsome, soldierly look ing old man of unusual nhvalral irr.nr.th He declares that the necessity of doing laoor never has been a hardship to him. of the affair and atouslng from her sick bed. dressed and left for Omaha, where she went to St. Joseph's hospital In the nope of finding him. Her starch was fruitless, and, overcome by the strain of the Journey In her weakened condition, she collapsed and was placed under the care of a physician. An effort to locate the husband was unavailing up till noon. FOR RENT Furnished pummar cottage at Oak wood, on lake Butte des Mortp, U'in nebago county, Wisconsin. 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