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T1IE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. JUNE 30, 1914.
Fashion Hint MUST KEEP MUFFLERS CLOSED Automobilista Given Suspended Sen tence for First Offense. Society By MELLIFIOIA. Monday, Juno 29, 1914. FOR tho -women who romaln at homo this summer thero will be all kinds of Interesting tournaments in golf and tennis. A tennis tournament for all ot tho women of the Country club, from tho school girls to tho older players, will start Saturday, July 4, and continue next week. Thoso who attend tho auto races at Sioux City tho Fourth may play their matches Monday, July C. Mr. Frank W. Judson has offered two prizes gold mirrors for tho winners and all entries must be made to Miss Daphne Potors by 5 o'clock Friday evening, July 3. For the women golfers prizes nro to bo awarded each week, starting next Friday, when the women will play at Happy Hollow Instead of at tho Field club, as formerly announced. The plans wera changed because tho State tournament will be played at Happy Hollow tho following week, when tho women had planned to play there, so the club will cither play on another course Friday, July 10, or will probably not meot that Friday. and will Instead follow tho men's tournament, as that will bo the day bo foro tho finish of tho state touranment, Tho play promises to be Inter esting to tho dovotocs of tho Scotch game. The prizes aro to bo useful as well ns ornamental. .Thoro will be smaller silver trophies, an order for a golf stick, silk hosiery, six golf balls and many other attractive gifts. Seymour Lake Country Club. Mr. Loyd Burdlck and Mrs. V. It. Cheek entertained the followlne guests to dinner Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hose. . Mr. and Mns. W. IS. Cheek. Misses Mlpaes dretchen nurdlck. Merlo Cooper. , Herman Neb. FL Madison. JHeieti l'attcrson, Messrs. MMr.- Itobeit Daugherty, Loyd Burdlck, TF. 1L Check. With Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Clarke were: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson. Miss Doris Clarke. Mr. Robert Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Dennis had ns their quests: Mr. and Mrs. Ileleren. . . , Mes Mai ml Dennis. Mr. 1 J. Becd. Dining with Mr. Beuben J. Yocun were: Miss Mary Yocun. Mr. Cecil Hoffman. . Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Maxwejr weis'l Ruests ot Mr. and Mrs. Thcodoro' TlUot- SOB. Mr. Charles Dugdalo entertained nt a golf lunchoon, when his guests, vferei Messrs. Messrs. Thomas O'Neill, Kdgar A. Hlfrftfns, Hsrry Worrell, Thom&a Dug-dale Mr. and Mrs. John Beklns havp. returned to their cottage altar spending ten days in Wisconsin, where they aitendod a family reunion of Mr. ItoklnV 'family. The celebration brought together ICO relatives. Sunday evonlng Mr. and Mrs. Beklns entertained at dinner, and had with them: Mr. and Mrs. G. Lubbers. . Mr. and Mrs. II. Prangs, , Mies Anns. Prance. - Mr. Melvljt Beklns. Mr. Paul Beklns. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Idyer had with them Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Kggsrsi. Another dinner party-Was composed ot tlia following: - Misses Misses Dorothy Fleming, Florenco McCratin, Messrs. 'Messrs.-!-? Taut Duffy, v .'Jack.Dugdale, Entertaining at Happy.jltoilowt.guhday evening were: Victor Gould, who- had: three guests; ex-Senator Norrls Brown, IlVej Italpli M. West, three; F, J, Norden, three; H. O. Strclght, six; C, S. Hay- ward, four; Charles Marlcy, six; W, a. Silver", sdxj II. W. Morrow, two! A. F. Prentiss, twot K. W: Arthur, "four: E. N. Benson, two; I S. McCo'nntll, four; Carol Beldon, two; Dr. It. W. weedour; F. II. Garvin, tour; James Drummond, five; Dr. A. B. Somers, four; n. E. Medlar, five; It. O. Browne, five; Morton Engleman, two; C. E. NUwonser, flvoj A. J. Mo Shane, three; Dr. K. T. Manning, four; auy Liggett, four; W, J. Hayes,,' two; Stanley Bosewater, three. At the Field Club. Several luncheon parties will be given at the club Tuesday. Mrs. I. T. McQrath will have eighteen guests; Mrs. Guy Cramer, eight; Mrs. J, A. Munroe, five, and Mrs. F. E. White, twelve Monday atternon was given over to the children for the dancing matinee. v Mrs. Shears had twelve guests and Mrs. Fred aiotr five. Mrs. Albert Krug gave the largest danc ing party for her little daughter, Helen, Jit celebration of her eighth birthday. Those present wore: Little Misses Mttlo Misses Catherine Itranx, Lou dholes, Henrietta Degen, Lynn Sholrs. Helen Conden. Jeannotto Krug, uretchen Colliding, Maxlna Ulllcr, j.uisn uonaen, JJorothy Begins, Florence May. Madeline Ncldllnger, Marjorle Corey, Masters Masters Albert Krug, Jr.; Byron Gouldlng. Hobert Krmu, nienn Van Alsttne, Buddie May, William Walrath, Hugh Van Alstlne, Albert Conden. Mrs. John Mach entertained at the club today, when her guests were; Meadomes Mesdames W. Harrison, A, 8. Burslum, A. K. Hansen, E. Eckenrode, John Maoh. sr.; Milton Mach. Mlsa Winifred Mach. C K. Fanning, two; Charles Frandsen, two; Gcorgo Gartord, four' Hawley, four; A. E. Hack, five; Z, C. Haskell, two', D, A. Ilermanson, two; A. II. Hippie, three; Dr. 12. Holovtohlner, three; E. E. Howell, flvo; C. Lerch, two; J, F. Little, three; C. A. McCormlck, three; Miss Jean Mc Cormlck. three; Edward C. Mason, four; li M. Mayer, three; C. A. Moulin, five; C. J. Nasi, four; C. I Newell, six; W. Oisen, tWo; C. F. Bowes, two; Italph Peters, two; H. J, Flckler, four; Dr. John Simpson, five; John Sorenson, two; Frank Taylor, three; Frank Taylor, Jr., three: GeorKo Victor, two; E. II. Ward, three; W, M. Wharton, two; Thomas Waters, two; Thomas Wliltlock, two; Edward Walsh, two; A, T. Whltmore, two; T. E. Wood, two; W. F. Woodward, two; J, T. Youngs, three. Afternoon Kensington. Mrs. Helen 8. Mason and Mrs. Edward Handberg entertained at a konslngton this afternoon for Mrs. B. E. Inglehart of Bochclle, III. Tho other guests Wero: James Owens, Thomas Landale. r,?.?.r,e 'i001? ' I Welchans, William nu1rln m A .. ' Mewtck Lease, Holten, I T, M. Conklln. ! J. V. Wagner. C. B. Hutchinson, u. v. iiervey, J. K. I1mmlng, Gcorgo Damon, ju juavinucr, At the Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Campbell enter tained at one of tho larger parties a( tho club last evening. Tholr guests were: Misses-. Oladys Peters, Daphne Peters, fiinnon no we, Messrs.r Bobertllowo, Hort , of Council Bluffs, uucKneror ay L. ItACONTEliSK. An evening frock for the debutante In a combination ot azure tullo and satin. The bodice 'shows a foundation of sliver tulle, veiled In front by two deep points of tulle. A wreath ot foliage and rose tops a draped girdle ot asuro tulle which Is crossed and trimmed at tho middle front by a huge rose. Misses Hart of Council Bluffs. Messrs. Douglos Peters, Harry Menold, Frank Campbell, Jr.; Balph Bompbell. Mew TorK Cltv. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Peters, Mr- and Mrs. Bobert C. Howe, Mrs.' 15. E. Hart ot Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. R. u Huntley has as their guests Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wheeler And Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Sttobel y . Mr. and Mrs, J.L. Webster has six guests; Oeorge Bedlelc, eight; W. H. Low, five; Ward Burgess, four; O. C. Itodlck, foUiv In and Out of the lee Hive, Miss Iva Kathryn Clark and Miss Helen Smith loft 'Friday evening for Lake Mln netonka, where they wilt bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Treat, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Shepard and daugh ter, Miss Helen, leavo Wednesday for Isle Royal, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Eugenie MacCarron of Ch'cago, who has been visiting her mother. Mrs. Anna Houatls, tor a couple ot weoks, re turns horns Wednesday. Mrs. 0. A, Scott and her daughter, Miss Uarda, leave Wednesday for Now York. Boston and Washington, remaining In the cast, until August. Doctors-Disagree in Divoice Testimony A physician und a doctor of osteopathy today gave contradicting testimony con cerning the condition of llttlo Irrna Evans in tho dlvorco suit brought by her f ftther, Arthur Evans, against her mother. Dr. Kathcrino Nicholas testified that osteopathia treatment would cure the child's ailment. Dr. J. M. Hhramok testified that tho dlacaso was an affection ot tho Joints produced by a falluro ot a gland to do Its work and was Incurable Osteopathy, he said, Would be of some value, but neither It nor medicine' could effect a complete euro. District "Judge Soars refused to give cither Evani or his wlfo a, divorce, but onleredf EvafiB to pay his. wife U a Week alimony ami doctors' bills for tho child. Another child 'will live alternately vlth husband and, Wife. SECOND TIME MORE SEVERE llniltnls Cotiiplnln of the NoUc. ainilp, Which Disturb Pntlents Dunn Order Ordinance Unforced. Automoblllsls who horcafter pass hos pitals on hiBh speed, with mufflers cut out, will find short shrift In police court Beven men arrested by Motorcycle Of ficer Wheeler on orders from Chief Dunn were fined V and costs each by tho court Tho fines were suspended pending good behavior, but Judge Foster announced that !5 second of fenso wilt bring the limit, and first Offenders hereafter will not bo dealt with to leniently. Hospital authorities, especially those ot hospitals located near grades and hills, complain to the police thnt the can nonading of speeding machines disturbs patients to such extent thnt in some cases It is almost fatal. Thero Is a city ordinance which pro vided a penalty for cutting out mufflers nny place In the city limits. Tho men arreted by Officer Wheeler were II. C. Whitney, 3010 Pacific street, who Went to Jail In.placo of his wife, who Mas driving; C. C. Cook, Ford Auto com pany; Austin Owens, North Twenty eighth street; R. J. Welsh, 1CC0 Jackson street; Arthur English, C. J, Ktatta, C20 South Nineteenth street, and Fred Krugcr ot tho Rapid Transit Messenger agency. Got anything you'd like to swap? Use the "Swappcra'- Column." Empress of Ireland Passenger Declares Memory is a Blank To be on the lllfated Empress of Ire land when It was rammed and sunk in the Gulf of St Lowrencc, and to escape miraculously from a sea grave, was the experience of J. C. Clayton ot New York. Ho has Just passed through Omaha and discussed his rescue with Manager F. J. Taggart of Hotel Loyal, and other old friends here. "How did you evor manage to escape from tho Blnklng shlp?' he was asked. "I don't know," was the reply ho mode to alt. "I will never understand how anyone escaped from going to tho bottom with the big liner. My own experience Is an entire blank to me. I have no re membrance of anything that happened after tho steamers collided," Tho affair made such a terrible impres sion on him that he was loath to even refer to it in his conversation. He Is connected with Town Topics, a periodical, and has a number of friends and acquaintances In Omaha. x POPULISTS TO HOLD A REUNION IN THREE YEARS The Populist party Is to net again. Not In a convention In which live politi cal Issues aro to be battled over, Is this august body to meet, but many ot tho old timers who took part In tho famous populist convention fn Omaha In t892 nro to hold a reunion ot thoso delegates In Omaha in 1917. A. -E, Sheldon, director of tho legislative reference 'bureau of the ertato legislature hastnsked the publicity bureau Jn Omaha to' Co-operate In bring ing about this unique reunion. Mr. Shtl. don, T. II. Tibbies, fj. A. Holcomb, 2jmnk Eager, J, H. Powers, W, L. Stark and It D. Sutherland constitute the committee on arrangements. SK Jano Steel. Jcannette Borgtum, Helen Jvrug, Llttlo Mlsses- Josephlne Mach, Jean Borglum, Elva Engel, MISS ETTA SMITH TO SPEND VACATION ,AT MEETINGS Miss Etta Smith, nrlnrlnul nf Mnn. mouth Park school, will spend her vaca tion attending a meeting ot social center secretaries In Madison, Wis. Sho loaves for Madison Wednesday night Owing to tho success of tho social cen ter movement at tho Monmouth Park school. Where the meetings am hM Miss Smith became greatly Interested In mo worn. From Madison Miss Smith will go to St Paul to attend the annual meeting ot tho National Education association. For Cakes and Pastry nothing cqtiala Swans Down Cake Flour. It Insures best results, be cause it is low in gluten, pure white in color, and prepared to give light ness, fluffiness and perfection of taste. SWANS DOWN i ii iiuiHiM Prepared mwi n iTTiTti CAKE FLOUR (Net Slf-Riiins) is recommended by cooking experts everywhere. Young housewives use it as successfully as the more expe rienced. It is put up in clean, sani tary packages and Sold by All GaesT Grscara Order Swans Down Cake Floar today. It economical and catigf jrlng. Would you Uko a copy of our "Galea oecrew uoour so. write it's frte. IGLEHEART BROS. - Evamville, Ind. Little Misses Koma Mach. Winifred Harnson, Gerald In Mach, Mildred Hansen. Master Edwin Eckenrode. Koctter-lundgren Wedding. The marriage ot 'Mlsa Ellis Lundgren, daughter ot Mr. N. A. Lundgren, and Mrs. i Louis Kocher was celebrated Wednesday ! evening at the home ot the bride's father, ' Rev. A- T. Lorlmer ot Zlon Lutheran church otnplating. Mrs. P. A. Johnson played Lohaogrln's wedding march, ac companied on the violin by Mrs. Johnson. The bride was gowned In Ivory crepe de meteor, trimmed with Chantllly lace, pearl and hand-embroldery and carried a shower bouquet ot brides' roses and l,es of the valley Miss Kathryn Kocher was bridesmaid and wore pink crepe de meteor trimmed with Cnnntllly Jace with chiffon over, dress. Mr. Phil Traoy was best man. Following a California wedding trip the young couple will bo at home at 110S South Twenty-eighth street arter Au gust t , T,Va Club. Over S!A dined at Carter Lake club Sun Aiy evening. Amopg them were the fol lowing and their guests: A. A- Arnold, two; Ames, two; II. C. JBelU two P. A. Best, two; V, Ulorman, two; C, A. Blake, two; Hoy Bloom, five; A. A, Burns, eight: KreI Buek, three; 'red Cahow, two; Or. George Terrell, four; C. V Cordy. two; N. D. Craighead, two, 11 R, Clark. Beven: C. E. Crane, two; George Drake, two; W. K. Eck, four; With You rjome mm s ssssllfiS next baking. You This liappy qondition is Ir $ mEwM 1 110 cxccpUon Calumet, f RgCnVEO HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food EiKitim, Cilcaao. BL Puis ExjHMltlea, Fin, Mtrih, 1912. Beginning Wednesday, July 1st, and continuing through the months of July and August this store will open at 8:30 a. m. and close at 5 p. m., except on Saturday at 9 p. m. Attractive Items F5?em Huge Apparel Purchase From the $60,000 apparel stocks wo bought nt less than one-third price, there are now thousands of garments on sale. Among these, tho dresses, waists and skirts, which , are shown in the Basement, aro of particular interest for Tuesday. Sale of Dresses Worth to $5,00, Tuesday Styles too numerous to mention all dainty fabrics, all clever designs. Every dress in tho lot is a bargain wonder. White and colored materials. Many have the new drapes, flounces, frills, etc. Sizes 10 to 20 and 32 to 44. In the basement A Bargain Lot of House Dresses Worth Up to $1.25 S8& $195 Attractive looking house dresses .of many styles. Fine ging hams, percales, figuod lawns, chambrays and other materials. Regular $1.00 and $1.25 dresses in the Basement for 48c 48c for Pretty Wash Waists Worth Up to $1.00 Several hundred dainty white and colored wash waists la every kind and style. Low nocks, high nocks, long sleeves, short sloovos every concclvablo Idea In design and trimming. A special assortment of white and colored wash waists, in eluding qualities regularly worth up to 75c, Tuesday in Basement. . .3C Two Attractive Special Groups of Petticoats s, also Imlta- - 47c Silk petticoats Good quality messallncs, In black ana colors. Dozens of nrac- tical, up-to-dato styles, not one worth less than $2. basement. All on sale Tuesday In' 98c "Wash petticoats of various materials, also Imita tion BiiK, iigureu and plain, also fine sateen petticoats. A great selection of them, regularly worth 75c, $1 and 11.25. On sale In basement 2,000 Untrimmed Hats Worth Up to $1.00, at 19c These are from the stock of tho big east ern millinery house we purchased, and repre sent practically all the shapes and colors of the season. They are of hemp, Mi- M Inn liemu. chin and aiour braids. llC and include values up to $1.00. On B ZV onln nn mnin Plnni- nnrl 5n Vioomnattr " 1A - 5,000 bunches of flowors of all kinds; Preach muslin flowers, crush roses, American f IvC beauties, small flowers, wreaths, etc., worth up to 50c, Main Floor and Basement, at 1UC - . Hosiery Worth Up to 50c at 35c Women's pure silk, boot hose or, flbro silk to tho top. Double lisle soles and toes and high spliced heels. Double lisle top. Back, whlto, taij jp and colors. Regular 50c values, at , OpC Hosiery Worth Up to 25c at 12c Women's fast black, tan or white gauzo IIbIo mer cerized finish stockings with double soles and high spliced heels and double top. JX 25c values, at I62C Regular 50c Union Suits a 29c An exceptional value in summer union suits for women. Fine knit cotton. Cuff or umbrella knee style, Full taped top. Regular and extra sizes. Our regular 50c union suit, at. .. . ?C Regular 25c Vests at Only 15c Women's Usle comfy cut vesta with mercerized tapes. Regular and extra sizes. A very good quality regularly worth 25c; specially r ' priced at only JIDC You are Missing Half the Pleasures of Life Until You 1 Own an Automobile ; What about that car you're going to own some time? Why not buy it now so that you can get the full enjoyment out of it this summer? There are so many pleasure rides you can take in an automobile; out in the country along beautiful roads, breathing in the pure, cool ozone, you will for get the cares of life in the city. A dinner basket for a. spread in the woods would make life worth living. It does not take a large sum of money any more to buy an auto. There are a number of people ready at all times to sell cars which they Have used only for a shoVt time at a fraction of what they originally cost. You can find many such of fersin the "Automobiles" column of the Classi fied Section today. Look over these offers and investigate a few of " the most promising ones. You wili be surprised at the -bargains you can get. Act right away on this suggestion, though, for' ; j-j these bargains are always snapped up quickly. ' . . Telephone Tyler 1000 t THE OMAHA BEE Everybody Read Be Want Ad