Newspaper Page Text
l'HB BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. 1917.
Nimc Ambulance! for Wives. Schools, hospitals, churches, phanages, libraries and any number ot other benetactions nave Deen " named by husbands after their wives In Omaha there is the Wattles Me morial parish house, the Millard Me morial organ at the First Presbyte rian church and in Council Bluffs the lennie Edmunson Memorial hospi tal. Other splendid memorials ' have been founded in honor of women who have passed away. Now we are apt to have monuments actively doing service for the living women. It is becoming popular wherever Red Cross ambulances are ilonated by wealthy men to name these ministering agents after the wives of the donors. For instance, from Chicago there have been sent -imbulances bearing the name of Mme. Cyrus McCormick, Mrs. Lawrence Armour, Grace Mary Meeker and others. Soon" we may be hearing that an ambulance bearing the name of Mrs. Charles T. Kountze, who has been so untiring tn per devotion to the Red Cross, has gone on its errand of mercy to the battlefield or there may he one bearing the name of Mrs. . Ward Burgess, Mrs. Gould Died or other women whose husbands are ac tive in the local Red Cross chanter. A $12,000 ambulance would certainly be a token of esteem in the eyes of any woman, some rich young Croe sua might even seek to find favor in the eyea of his beloved by giving an ambulance in her name. Whether any ambulances will go from Omaha don' on to the battle front is, of course, atill a question, but no doubt at least one or two will be sent in addition " to the one which our local Red Cross chapter has been requested to furnish, It is not at all improbable that if any . others are sent they will bear the names of prominent Omaha , women, Dailey-Coid Betrothal. Society it interested in the an nouncement made today by Mri. . John F. Coad of the engagement of her daughter, Irene, one of the "Coad twins," to Dr. T. E. Dailey. Wedding piant are sun inaenmte. miss coad is an all-around outdoor girt. She drives her own car, playt golf, it good at tennis and rides horseback. She attended Sacred Heart academy and Trinity college, .Washington, D. C, and is active in the work of Sacred Heart Alumnae association and of the Christ Child society. With her twin sister, Miss Beatrice Coad, she lias been very popular in the younger set. Dr. Dailey attended Notre Dame university and the University of Ne braska. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. . Event of the Day, Mrs. D. M. Edgcrty gave a double birthday party this afternoon in honor of the birthday of her small daughter, AHine, and of the first birthday of Master Deuison Merrill Edgerly. jr. Twenty-four little guestt and their motliert attended the party. Decora tions were in spring flowers. A double size birthday cake with a double num ber of candles stood in the center of the table. Games and favors amused ' the little folks during the afternoon. Mrs. Windsor F. Megeath euter-j tained ten guests at luncheon at the Country club today in honor of Mrs. Wilson Austin of Pelham Manor, N. V., who is tht guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McGrew. Mrs. McGrew, with her daughter and little Kramldaughter', Evelyn, go down to Lincoln on Thursday to visit Mn. W. K. Chapin. The guests will leave for their eastern home on Decoration day. Mrs. George F. Weingand enter tained her club at luncheon at the (ilackstone. Mrs. Orrin B. Whipple of Sacramento, Cal., who leaves today for a visit with her mother in Kear ney on her way home from a short visit with Omaha friends, was the gurst of honor. After luncheon the party plycd progressive whist at the home of the hostess. Backlund-Haio Wedding. Lilacs in profusion set the color note for the wedding of Miss Nancy Haae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Haze, to Mr. E. Victor Backlund of Wellington, Kan., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Backlund of Stromshurg, Neb.. The ceremony wa performed by 'Rev. Frank D. Foster at the First United Presby terian church Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Miss Elvera Backlund sang "At Dawning" before the ceremony, accompanied by Miss Wilma Bruce. Miss Lillian West played both the Lohengrin and Mendelssohn wedding ' marches. The bride wore a gown of flesh ,-olored satin with trimmings of silver ace. The bodice was of satin and ilver lice with square neck : and lieevd of flesh colored tulle bound vith the silver lace. From the front if the bodice the silver lace extended ii a panel to the bottom of the round cugth skirt, whicli was caught at the idc to show a petticoat of silver lace. Icr white tulle veil was held tight ver her head and caucht at the back ith orange blossoms and silver rib- n. ahe- carried an old-iashioned ill bouquet of pale pink rosebuds id pink tweet peas. . i Mrs. Harry Macumber, the Bride's iter, as matroa of honor wore iwn of pink satin covered with tulle id trimmed with chantilly lace em roidered with pink and silver rosc- uds. She carried an arm boquet of lacs. Miss Gertrude Thompson, maid Mionor, wore a rose pink and silver ssue trock trimmed with silver lace ud carried a basket of lilacs. A group of Delta Delta Delta soror- y aisicra 01 me onuc airccnca wnnc ,atin ribbons to form an aisle for the iridal party. All wore frocks of tulle ' md satin with crownless hats of tulle to match the gowns trimmed with (liver ribbon, Miss Bernice Thomas wore green; Miss Alice Gideon, pink; ' Mist Catherine Cone, yellow; Mist Ramoa TrouD of Lincoln, blue; Miss Estelle Jensen, white, and Miss Elvera riacklund ot atromspurg. apricon Little Ruth Macumber. as flower trirl, arried a big bouquet of lilacs, and lustina Frazier carried the ring in a :alla lily. Mr. Harry DeLamatre was icst man. Messrs. John McDonald ind Hany Macumber were ushers. At the reception at the home which followed the church service Miss El vera Backlund and Mra. Rav Travis sang. Lilact were used every where . it the church and the. house, ine bridal party assisted throughout the rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Backlund have gone to Lincoln from where they will go to Kansas City and after June S will be at home at Wellington, Kan. The INSPIRES CRECHE BENEFIT TO HELP KIDDIES. About sixty tables were placed the ball room of the Fontenelle this afternoon to acsommodate the play ers at the annual Lreche benefit bridge party. Nineteen beautiful prizet fur nished ample incentive for the players The method of awarding prizes was comparison of scores at each table. rlavert pivoted, but did not progress. and plaved tour hands around. Mra. Loun Clarke and Miss Arabell Kimball were stationed at the door. Mrs. Louis Nash and members of the board of directors received. Mrs. Harry Jordan, assisted by Mesdames Richard Kimball, Arthur Remington A. L. Reed, Dan Wheeler and Miss Leeta Holdrege, managed the game and awarded the prizes. ihe success ot the creche and its annual parties depends largely on Madame - Thomas Lord Kimball, whose interest tn the organization never flags. She had an active part in all the preparations for today's af fair, just at she has had for years past. hh is the ministering angel ot the Creche. rose colored georgette waist and a purple hat with rosebuds. Out-of-town guests, in addition to the bride's parent;, Mr, and. Mra. W. O. Backlund, and Miss Elvera Back lund were Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Back lund and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Back lund, all of Stromsburg. Honor Mra, Livermore. Mrs. James C. Dahlman entertained informally at luncheon a few old friends who knew Mrs. Arthur Liver more of Yonkers, N, Y., noted suf frage worker, when she visited in Omaha as a girl. Mrs. J. H. Dumont, Mrs. F. N. Conner, Mr. C. S. Steb bint and Mn. Henry Livermore were ncludcd in the party, this evening Mrs. Henry C. Zeeryp will have' a family dinner party in honor of Mrs. Livermore. Tomorrow afternoon Miss Hermine Blessing and Mrs. J. Stewart White will entertain at tea for the visitor. Mrs. Livermore is a sister of the late Mrs. Frank Cross of this city, who waa a great friend of Mrs. White. Fri day evening Mrt. White and Miss messing have arranged an auto picnic to Child's Point Saturday, if Mn. Livermore can postpone her depar ture to Chicago until that time, Wel letley alumnae will entertain for her. Social Gossip. . , Miss Ruth Bewsher of Des Moines spent the week-end with her father, Mr. A. H. Bewsher, and returned to her home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Felix McShane returned Sun day evening from New York, coming home by way ot Louisville, where Mr. Mcbhane met her. and they at tended the derby. Mrs. McShane, who heads one section ot the motor drivers' brarrch of the . National League for Woman Service, says New York women have taken up ambu lance driving, for which they wear a trouser uniform of waterproof cloth similar to khaki, with hoods and boota or shoes with puttees. ; , Fleming-Baku Wedding The marriage of Miss Anna Bakus, daughter of Mrs. M. Majestic, to Mr. William Fleming, jr., took place Mon day morning at V o clock at at. Agnes cnurcn. ratner Anern omciaieu. ine bride wore a suit of blue serge with white leghorn flat and carried a shower bouquet of white i tweet peas and sweetheart roses. Miss Margaret Fleming, her bridesmaid, wore blue chiffon taffeta with a black, lace hat and a corsage of pink sweet peas. Mr. Frank Mallaley .was best man. A wedding breakfast was served after the ceremony at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. Ed Skroupa. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming have gone for a snori weaning trip in inc western part of Nebraska. They will make their home in Omaha. Jotting On the Calendar The Columbian club will give an entertainment in Lyceum hall Wed nesdav at 2:30 o'clock. J he Mothers club ot Iram school will meet Friday afternoon at the achool house. ' Mrt. J. L. Brawford It entertaining a few of her Rockford college friends at an afternoon Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mra. A. i Hav ens. Liecorations will be in purple and white, trie school colors. Mrs. John Lohlein will entertain St. James Orphanage Sewing club at heH home l hursday atternoou at i o clock. Miss Alice Loomis and her assist ant. Mist Aural Scott, of the Univer aity of Nebraska Home Economics department, who have charge of the woman's end of the state conservation congress, will be guests at the Omaha Woman's Press club luncheon at the Loyal hotel Wednesday, Good .Fortune tor You Liet In the Path of the "Bride p Myitery." Watch S t i Y 1 w Symphony in f: 'V. IP M; t'- M i iim ' fslfe si i Yes, there is just a hint of black' satin accordion plaiting peeking out frora beneath the hem of this blue gabardine skirt which it caught in Hindoo fashion to a tight band and hat the accardion plaiting at an added feature. The coat is cut on surplice lines and drapes around the figure gracefullyTiastening under a black bone buckle which marches the button on the right sleeve. The lines of thit entire tuit are remarkably graceful and becoming and have a touch of quaintness which does not prevent them from possessing also-smartness. Collars' and undersleeves are of pique. The hat is of rote color lisere, with a full shirred beret top of velvet : n j , 77 C &lome(j Edited bt lwna3(Mi'oteI)nulc, iScietie&jlDefiarl'metit.GmJJGyk (School. Frozen Dessert I. With the hot dayt of May come thoughts of cold desserts for dinner; and at the top of the list of cold des serts in the American household is the frown delicacy, ice cream, .ice, or frozen pudding. The making of ice cream is a task requiring considerable labor if the housewife has no one but herself to carry out all the ttept;,but I know one busy mother who con' sidert ice cream the easiest dessert to make, because her M-year-old son assumes all the responsibility of the freezing. There is no doubt that the home made product is cheaper, than the bought one, always discounting the labor factor. The value of simple ice ceam in the diet is much thf same as the value of milk or cream; and their value is ranked very high. The only possible objection to frozen' desserts in the diet are the dangers of taking cold food into the digestive tract, chilling it, and interfering with its work. This objection may be overcome by form ing the habit ot eating frozen loou slowly.. Even the most conservative of authorities on the feeding of chil dren recommend ice cream in the diet after the fifth year; and the use of a very simple ice cream very oc casionally even before the fifth year. A second possible objection to rich ice cream it the same that would be made to the eating of very rich pud dingsthey may interfere with diges tion. This objection, of course, is not true of the plainer frozen mixtures. Women's White Boots Women who are well informed on style matters already know, that high shoes are to be worn during the sum mer for all occasions and white is to be the predominating feature. In this display of white boots, women - who crave the distinction in fashion will find the favored new styles here in smart white ers and fabrics at prices ranging from , - v IFM.Y- Blue and Rose eonomich Cooperation. Readers are cordially invited to ask Mist Gross any questions about household economy upon which ahe may possibly give help, iul advice; they are also invited to give suggestions from their expe rience that may be helpful to others meeting the same problems. Cook books differ in their classifi cation of the innumerable recipes for frozen desserts. Two or three main kinds are generally recognized. The ice creams include all recipes, having a cream or custard basis. If the cus- ard is rich with egg yolks, the cream is French ice cream; if the custard is lest rich, the product is American ice cream; and if a straight cream basis is used, we have Philadelphia ice cream. The ices are frozen fruit sirups; the sherbets, fruit sirupt plus beaten egg white, or with a partial milk basis. A mousse is flavored whipped cream frozen without any turning; and a parfait is similar to a mousse except tnat it is coppea wun whipped cream and served in a spe cial tall, slender glass. Directions For Freezing. " Choose an ice cream freezer of standard make. The most satisfac tory consist of a metal container with in a wooden bucket. There are pat ented freezers on the market which presumably freeze creams without any turning; but from experience, and testimony of others who have tried of dressing lcath- 1 GTS&POUGL'AS. them, they are not perfectly satisfac tory. Set the freezer in a dishpan, ad just the parts, and see that the handle will turn. Four mixture into metal container, put on cover and adjust handle finally. Then, and not before, pack with ice and salt The ice should be crushed to the size of a walnut, for large pieces of ice inter fere with the turning of the appara tus and retard the freezing, for they- melt alowly. The easiest method of crushing ice it to place it in a gunny sack on a cement floor and pound it with a wooden ice mallet The salt should be used in the proportion of one part salt to three parti ice for everything but mousses and parfaits, for which a one to two proportion it better. It is worth while to measure the ice and 'salt with bowls, for these proportions have been proved by many experiments. After the freezer is packed, turn the handle slowly and steadily until the mixture seems to be frozen. From fifteen to twenty minutes is usually required. If a freezer is only part tull the ice and salt packing need not extend much above the level of the contents. A freezer should never be filled more than three-fourths full as the contents expand in freezing. After the cream is frozen, remove dasher and crank, and cork up hole in the top of the can. Drain off brine from around can, and repack with ice and salt to cover the top of the can. Cover with newspapers and carpet or gunny tacks, and allow to stand about two hourt. Be very careful in removing cover of can, to wipe off all salt and ice water. Recipet for Icet and Sherbett. Below are given recipes for some standard ices aad sherbets. It is well to remember, however, that any ice becomes a sherbet if stiffly beaten egg white it added when the ice is nearly frozen. Allow one egg white to one quart of frozen mixture. Any woman can invent innumerable ices and use up whatever fruit juice she may have on hand. Any truit, ex cept the very acid ojies, such as cherry, require tome lemon juice, and anv mixture to be frozen should be more highly flavored and sweetened that! if it were to be served unfrozen. Thereason is that the cold seems to dull our taste so that we require more flavor to be satisfied. LEMON ICE. 4 e. wtr 1 ! whites, It tt- 3 e. lusar aired 1 c. lemon Jules Boil sugar and water together fif teen minutes, cool, add lemon juice and freez When nearly froatn add stiffly beaten egg white if- desired. ORAJTOE ICE. 2 e, erani jule IKe. lucir H o Umon Jute t oar wbltM It 4e 4 c. 'water sired t Proceed as for lemon ice. PIXEAPPLE Ml IK SHEBBX1. ' 4 a. milk It c lUfar 1 e. ahredded pine-ft e. lemon Juloo apple Mix and freeze. LEMON MILK RHEBBEt. 4 e. milk s 0.- autnr 1 e. lemon Julo ; Mix ind freeze. If the mixture curdles, the result will not be unsatis factory, for the turning in the freezer beats the curds smooth. BHl'BARB ICE. S e. rhubarb I o water T. i-renuUtBd gela tin I T. cold water ltt c. lurap, 1 T. lemon Juice Wash rhubarb., cut in one-inch pieces crosswise, add water, bring to a boil, let boil ten minutes and strain. Add tucar and let boil five minutes. Add gelatin soaked three minutes in Malta your Summer Horn la this IoTiforatinr Mile-high Region. Erry Metropolitan CoiiTaniance with Out-door Life in the Mountains. Snow-tempered Breesoi, Fine Water, Superb .Motor Roade and Mountain Trail, Golf, Tennu, Theaters, Dances. t THE STREET CAR SERVICE, modern and convenient, en able vUitori to reach Manltou, Stratton Park, Garden of the Gods, Cheyenne Canone and all parts of Colorado Springs with economy, comfort and dispatch. Free dances, band concerts, motion pictures, playgrounds and picnic grounds make Strat ton Park popular with all visitors. THE SODA SPRINGS, at the center of Manltou, sre the meeting place for all visitors. Hera the natural effervescent soda water Is hottled as ft bubblee from the spiring, and as "Original Manltou Sparkling Table Water" ft shipped all over the world. Visitors are always welcome to the modern bottling plant rest room and attractive grounds. THE CAVE OP THE WINDS, the great geological miraclr, with its miles of underground rooms and passages and its delicate and fantastic formations colored in Nature's own laboratory. Is an intensely interesting place. It is easily ac cessible from Manltou by new auto road through picturesque Williams Canon threading the Narrows and returning along the Canon Rim. Admission to the Cava $1. ' .THE WORLD FAMOUS COG ROAD approaches Pikes Pesk from the south and east sides, facing the great pleins and giving a striking centrist In proportions, with the high peeks of ths Rockies in the background. The chain of beautiful takes from which Colorado Springs receives its water suppTy Is directly along the route of the Cog Road. Round Trip fare . 14.50. European Plan Open All Year Absolutely Fireproof HOTEL GRAND VIEW M.nit.u, C.lo. American Plan, $3 to IS Dad? Modern Ilt.t, to ISO Werklr SO Privet. Bath.. 100 Doom. With Hot and Cld Ruanlnf Water. FrM Aut. Service fr.n Colorado Springe DtpoU to Hotel in Hanltou, p-.-Writa today far literature and specific Informs Men about the features that Interest you. Chamber of Com- f UiKMWce, 4U Bum file. Caterers Springe, Cajfw or Maoifeui goring Commercial Club, Maflitou, CpIoradoSBTi! V Real Economy cold water, .and lemon juice. Strain and freeze when. cool. Spinach Recipes. Spinach Clean and wash the spin ach well, letting it stand in water for about one hour. Cook with a small amount of water until tender; then drain in colander and chop very fine. Mince four slices of bacon, brown and then turn the spinach into the pan. Season with salt and pepper while heating. Dish up and lay pieces of hard-boiled egg on top. SPINACH t.lCK FOR BAKED FI8H. 2 T. butter gait 2 T flour J 1 c. milk H e. eplnmcb puree 1 T. lemon Juice Pepper Place the butter and flour together in a double boiler and blend thor oughly together: then cratlnatlv slid in the milk. When smooth and thicla stir in ine spmacn puree (boiled! spinach passed through a sieve), and the lemon juice. Season to taste with salt and oeooer. Parslev sauce is made by adding crushed parsley instead of 5Pnacn- Celebrates On Waylo Home In Warsaw and is Fined $10 Sam Lindsay, returning to his home In Warsaw, this ttate, after a trip through the west, became intoxicated and subsequently paid a $10 fine. rsrnii?! Now for the Diamond Engagement Ring and Wedding, Presents. Buy them on charge account at Loftis Bros. A Co., where prices are al ways lowest Loftii "Perfection" Diamond Ring 483 Finest quality Dismond, perfect In cut and full of fiery brilliancy. 14k solid gold mounting. Specially priced CI l)A for engagement Rintri. at ?XUU Term., $2.50 a Week. Men's Favorite 33 Men's Diamond Ring, 6-prong Tooth mounting, 14k solid ttCC gold. . aPUeJ $1.60 a Week Open Daily Till P. M. Saturday TUI 9:30 Call or write for Catalos- No. 002. Phone Doug. 1444 and salesman will call. I0FTIS The) National Credit Jewalora BROSaCaUy . omaha This A- is the Wants .vllll, THE PIKES PEAK AUTO HIGHWAY makes it possible for the visitor to drive his own car or ride in one of the company a luxurious automobiles over a roadbed as smooth as a pave ment with an average grsde of seven per cent to the very top of America's most famous mountain, 14,109 feet abov sea level. Operated as a toll mud. THE MT. MANITOU INCLINE RAILWAY affords a day of rest and recreation in the pines and among the erags in the very heart of the Rockies. 10,000 square miles of mountain and plain He open to the view. Round trip, SI. GLEN EYRTE, the new scenic attraction, is at the mouth of gorgeous Queen's Canon near the Garden of the Gods. Here the whole world seems set on edge Wonderful rock forma tions enclosing a beautiful mountain glen and the magnificent Tudor Castle and country estate of General Palmer are here molded into a Scenic Wonderland Unique. THE CRIPPLE CREEK SHORT LINE TRIP. "The one-day trip that bankrupts the English language. A wonderful ride from mountain top to mountain top, up and over the back bone of the continent, looping the rims of great gorges to the world's largest goleV mining camp still producing $,O0O,00O monthly. Round trip $3.00. SEVEN FALLS AND SOUTH CHEYENNE CANON. "Nsture's Beauty Spot" A mighty cleft lined with perpendicular granite walls and guarded by ths Pillars of Hercules. The trip through "the grandest one mile in Colorado" ends in an impressive climax at the Seven Falls. Admission to the Canon, 60 cents. THE ANTLERS 300 raoaur mrj room with ouUida poaur, 200 connected with bath. Beautifully .itu.ted, surrounded bj IS acroi of garden and park. Tennia, Golf and other Out-door Sport, acc.nible to guaata. ; 2 ; THE ACACIA Colorado Springs' Newest Hotel, facing beautiful Acacia Park. 1 Thoroly modem, European plan. J. W. Atkinson, atanegina Director It is the cheapest beverage next to wa a , You get four cups for a cent ana delicious refreshment when you drink. Awarded Cold Medal, San Francisco, Grand Prize, San Diego, 1916. 1916. 33&WS WOMEN'S SHOP 1621 FARNAM ST. Special Announcement for WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 OUR GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL EVENT CHOICE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK ah Cloth Suits ah Cloth Coats rnce IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE WE OFFER All Silk Suits All Silk Coats All Silk Dresses 1 73 0FF f No Approval No Charges or C. O. D.'i Bem$ WOMEN'S SHOP 1621 FARNAM ST. BEE WANT ADS SUPPLY YOUR WANTS For .Only Q Per Word v Colorado Rates from $2.00 ings Fred L Wood General Mgr. THE CLIFF HOUSE at MANITOU ts Colorado's largest and most popular resort hotel. Im mediately in front of celebrated "Maaitou" Soda Springs. Fate Auto bus from Depots. Golf, Tenme, Swimming, Horseback. Games. Trap shooting, etc j "5AiE-TEA FIRST" s 2 Close. night blue witn wnicn sne wore bride'! going-away suit was of mid