The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927, April 10, 1924, CITY EDITION, Page 4, Image 4
“True Story of Roosevelt Taft Break Must One Day Be Told”—Pinchot In two Omaha club* Tuesday Interesting paper* were read, ope from the Atlantic coast, written by Gifford Pinchot and sent to his kinswoman, Mrs. Croaby Shevlln. The other from the Pacific elopes, a paper written by Mrs. J. E. Elwood of thia city, who recently opened a hook shop in Holly wood. It was read by Mr*. Rudolph Rix to Chapter B. M. of P. E. O. meet ing at the home of Mr*. T. F. Stroud. Mrs. Shevlln read Governor Pinchot’* review on Eord Charnwood's "Elf* of Roosevelt” before the Smith College club, which met for Its month ly luncheon and literary review at the home of Miss Marjorie Barrett. It la intereating in thia day of political Investigations for a bewildered public to hear Governor Pinchot say of the book. "It is true that Eord Charnwood falls Into error, by no means rare among Roosevelt's biogra phers, of radically misrepresenting the origin, nature and result of Taft's break with Roosevelt, the true story of which must one day be told." Other* who gave reviews were Mrs. Henry Clark and Mr*. W. A. Oor don. In Mrs. Elwood'* paper on “Old Books, Manuscripts and Catalogues." the, writer told of a young artist connected with the movies who has been browsing through her old volumes for authentic settings and costumes to he used in costume play*. Out of one group of French poems he purchased another moving picture company hopes to work up a plot for a period film. Omahans who have visited Mrs. Elwood’s shop In California report it a most successful venture. When Mrs. She\lin learned she was to review this work she immediately wrote Mr. Pint hoi. who forwarded the review with n personal letter in which he mentioned seeing her grandmother, his cousin, who visited here two weeks ago. Bejewelled Society Women and Indians Mingle at Oklahoma Reception To be in the receiving line at the inaugural hall given for Governor Chase of Oklahoma Is one of the in teresting experiences which Mrs. Blanche Paterson had on a visit In Oklahoma, from which she returned Tuesday. Mrs. Paterson said MOO people danced on three floors of the capitol building that evening. Some of them the most smartly gowned and richly bejeweled women she has gver seen, and also a few Indians, in from the reservations, dressed In modern fashion. While Mrs. Paterson wag In the city she shared honors at several af fairs with a group of musicians whose southern visits were, roincident with hers. Among them were Mrs. Kd ward MacDowell, wife, of the late composer; Mrs. Henri Fishrher, a singer, and wife of the Italian consul. Mrs. Paterson was frequently mis taken during her visit for Mrs. Mar quand Huekins, who Is considered the most beautiful woman in Oklahoma City. President-Elect Tuesday Musical Mrs. C. \\ . Axtell was elected presi • dent of the Tuesday Mualcal club at the annual meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of the retiring prcaldent, Mrs. C. M. Wilhelm. Mrs. Lucien Stephens is the new vice president; Mrs. S. S. Caldwell, recording secre tary; Mrs. Walter Preston, member ship secretary; Mrs. Forrest Richard son. treasurer: Mrs. George Redtck, auditor; directors, Mesdames C. M. Wilhelm, A. D. Dunn, Myron I.earned, A. V. Kinsler, A. L. Reed. Karl Con nell and Miss Juliet McCune. It was nine years ago that the Tuesday Musical club ceased being a "house club" and adopted the present plan of organization. Since that time, Mrs. Axtell has continuously served the club, filling offices and chairmanships. The body closed the year with a membership approxima ting 1,200. The club cloeed the year on the right side of the ledger. Some of the concerts made money and aome lost for the club, but the total figures show several hundred dollars for the treasury tn starting next year * pro gram. % Mrs. Axtell is sponsor In chief for the Junior Musical club which gate Its annual recital last night at the First Central Congregational church. For three years she has been on the board of the Fortnightly dub. and she hoa been actively intereated In fur thering the alma of tha City Com-ert cluh. Zimmerman-Haskett. The marriage of Mies Ruby Haskett, daughter of Mr*. W. I. Raper, to Reed Zimmerman, eon of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman, will be sol emnised Thursday morning at 10 at the First Mithodist church, Dr. •Tame* E. Wagner officiating. Only member* of the immediate families will attend. At the wedding breakfast at the bride's home, following the cere mony, covers will be placed for 12. Mr. Zimmerman and hie bride will leava Thursday for a wedding Jour ney. Upon their return they will be at home at 1522 North Thirty-third street. Both Miss Haskett and Mr. Zimmerman were graduated from Central High school and attended the University of Chicago. Mrs. L. B. Wells entertained at a shower at her home Tuesday night, honoring the bride-to-be. Twelve members of the former Candle club were preaent. Rosenstork-Strauas. Announcement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Otis Rreen atork of this city and Misa Edna Strauss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Strauss of Terr* Haute, Ind. The wedding will take place Thursday at the Astor hotel in Milwaukee, where the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L. Oater, live. Following a honeymoon spent in Colorado Springs, the couple will make, their home at the Blacketone. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roaenstock, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roeenstock and .Visa Loren* Rosestonrk have gone on for the wedding. For Bride-to-Be. Mias Elisabeth Fry will entertain at her home on Saturday In honor of Miss Eva Beatrice Willis, whose marriage to John Thomas Stafford of Kansas City, Mo., will be solemnized this month. Two Bridge Parlies. Misa Katherine Denny will be host ess at two two-table bridge parties this week, one on Thursday anti the oth»r on Saturday. The Hovey* Citiesle. Mr. and Mr*. Ford Hovey will en tertain at a dinner at their home on Tuesday evening. April 1S, in honor of Mr and Mrs. Head and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gray. Saturday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Morsman. Jr., will entertain at dinner at their home Saturday evening. Book Club. Mias Emily Burke wss hnsfees Wed Btaday afternoon at her bom* to the Book dub. Girls Want to Be Popular Hear Miss Allen: We ere two girls who want to be popular. Is that wrorg? We don't Ilk# "necking parties'' and our folks don't want us to kiss the boys. But they don't like us If we tell them not to. What can we do about it. BLTK EYES and FRECKLES. Of course It I* all right for you to want to be popular. We all do But some of us won't sacrifice what Is light for the sake of a wrong kind of popularity, and some of us will. There are two kinds of popularity. One kind picks up a few friends to day who are gone tomorrow. Their regard for us is not based on any thing with lasting power. Then there is the popularity which Is based on respect. Haven't you noticed aome people in your life who have the respect of everyone In town? It Isn't because they have tried to please, but because they have tried to do right. The kind of popularity which Is worth the having la the kind based on respect. After all. an easy way to be rid of undealrable people. Is to refuse to lower your standards for them. They will seek their kind In others and leave you free from an noyance bv them. I.uniting Friendship. Hear Miss Allen: At a party I met a young man who took a liking to me. He has taken a girl friend of hilne nut with him. and lately he has taken me, too. Kver einee then this girl friend of mine has treated in* very eooly. Among my circle of friend* unpleasant things have been said about my taking this girl’s friend away. Would you advise me to atop going nut with him’ We have no thoughts of marriage as yet DIXIE. There is no reason why young folks should limit themselves to one friend ship. But possibly your cirri* thinks you were a bit sly gnd disloyal in frying to make an impression on a lad in whom your best friend was interested. Don't throw away a fine I girl's friendship to prove your power lor satisfy your vanity. Be square I with her and you can reach an under standing. Von wouldn't steal a stamp from her desk when she wasn't looking. Don't coax away the atten tion of someone she may feel you are "stealing from her.” French Alliance. Muds me August Mothe-Borglum will left lire Friday evening »t the home of Mien .lenele Millard, fiUU South Thirty-eighth sheet, before Ihe members of liie Alllnnre Fran <»lse. Her eubject will be. "Vlslllng si Ihe Hourt of I,miis XIV." Slide* will *1*0 be presented. (iluh Calendar for Totlay. Allrr R. Howard C Itatif AUqnn Cirri#. Thu.’-'Uy n i M n in. at tha T W. C. A I nltr Study filth av#rv Thursday AfiAr noon from to 4 ni ^ A14 Burt atr#at Mr# C Youn*, laadrr. fi«irtr C rook Women’* R#ll#f torn#. r#tu!ar iriMtint at Memorial hall, rourt houar. April 11 at 1 10 p. m VratA Chnptrr Ken.lnrlon rlnh. rat* ular rnaatinr In l ha R#d Croaa room# on tha third floor of tha Maaonlo tarnnla. Omaha Womnn’a rlnh. parltamant.Ary law daparlmapf, Thuradav at 8 *A p. m In th» T. tv. C, A. i.raaon aub.|act, ■ Klartlon " fry rluh will a va a tnnaotiarada h»U #t T. O. n F hall, FttiiriaoniU and /»odta atraaia. ThuiadAjr a\tnlnf. Ad mlaamn 86 canta. r ■■ — — ”' Personals __/ ft. A. Meier arrived today from Cuba to be with Mr*. Meyer at’ the Tadou*«c. Mr*. Victor Caldwell and Mr*. Charles Offutt have landed from their trip to Honolulu. Mr*. Caldwell will remain in California for a while. Mr*. Ben Adam* of Chicago. *i*ter of Harry Clarke. Jr., i* expected the latter part of the week to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarke. Hr. Moses Howard and Hr. William Melcher leave in May to spend a few mnnth* studying at Vienna and other European medical centers. Hr. and Mrs. Willard H. Quigley are going abroad. They will leave the Utter part of May for Vienna. They will he gene nix month!. MU* Helen Graham of Wiaeonein nniveraity la with her parent*. Mr and Mr*. Will T. Graham. Sha will *pend the week-end in Lincoln. ... •>* i • i • t I «i* • > I CHILDREN’S SHOP ■ • m • m Richmond Virginia . Exhibit : April 10,11,12 Fontenelle Hotel ssum'HERZBK 600‘ ‘ElsieDinsmore’ ’Gingham Frocks For Girls 6 to 14 Years ON SALE Thursday Many of theae dreaa. e a are normally priced aa high aa and are con aldered excellent aalnea, eren at that price. Reantlfnl ginghams, an excellent quality and well made in erery de tail, some with bloomers t« match. Erery color Is represented, and taken as a whole, they make the most Important showing we're seen In many a day. For school dresses, they are anmatek able, both for their crisp, fresh appear ance and ocarina qualities. “Girlie Nook" Fifth Floor ____ J ..... . An Opportunity to buy furniture for your house at prices lower than elsewhere. Low rent, low overhead and a direct-from the-manufacturer system of merchan dising makes this possible. WE CHARGE NO INTEREST ON TIME ACCOUNTS. See us before you buy. Bedroom Suite Baautiful walnut kwlrean auita, tbraa piacaa in pariod daaign, $91.50 Living Room Suite 3-piece in either tapestry or velour. Special construction and it a keif. Cl 91 7C price bargain at .9 ™ A mm W Dining Room Suite Eight pieces; a leader value and one which will go quickly. Period design in walnut, a regular value at $165.00, this week at— $98.75 Money-Saving Specials Gas Range $36.75 $1.00 Down $1.00 Brooms Good quality Maja.tic Broom*, ragular $1.00 nl< uci, .pacial Monday. Smoking Stands A makogaay aland with glaaa receptacle far aakaa. Regular $2 value. 27 incite* h,«h CQf SpecUl OOC Refrigerators $23.25 75 pounds capacity, front tear and with whita anamal lining. A raal valua in a sanitary ra frigarator. Wall insulatnd and ona that will knap your ico kills d"-" $1.00 Down Spring Clearance of High-Grade Phonographs Upright Phonograph*, $39.7$ Mi $49.50 i Console Phonographs* $69.75 Md Up A faw damnnatrator* at lowast prica*. Complete Outfits Furaiak an apartment or a koma complete at a great tar ing. 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Two Groupings—Values Most Unusual $22.50 $28.50 t For Easter Newness Fashionable Frocks Of smart dunwoody crepe, straight line, coat effects. The trimmings are of Irish Lace Colored Stitching Plaits and Novelty Button Trim COLORS—Captie red, navy, cocoa, hollywood, brown. Lanvin green, gra.v and briekdust— $29.50 $39.50 WOMENS AND MISSES' SECTION—SECOND FLOOR Junior Frocks Two Most Interesting Groupings Flannel checks, prints and roshtnara crept. Novelty col or trimmings and combina tions. Including navy, tan, powder blue and brown. Sizes 14-16— *16.50 *22.50 Children’s Sweaters 4 l« It Tears Slip-overs, mandarin, roll col lar and double breasted effects Fine, soft yarns, a few com bined with brushed wool. Ador able color combinations, blue, tan, sandalwood, powder blue, Mexico and leaf green— *3.75 *4.50 5.75 Children's Knitted Capes f to 8 Tears Ribbed effecta combined with brushed wool. Colors and com binations, jockey, shell pink, tan, red, green and Mexico— *3.00 93.50 94.50 New Voile Nightgowns Exquisitely designed of su perior quality voile, daint ily finished with hem stitching, fine footing and lady fair ribbon. Colors, sheik, leaf green and shell pink. Very special— MVOF.RIK SECTION— SECOND KIsOOK. Wrap-Arounds The latent and moat desirable modal*, faalilnned of beautiful brocade* ami durable elaatir, adapted to alendar ard medi um figure*. Specialty priced— $2 Oil Model Illustrated A *t>le of proven niartl for alendar and medium figure* Flaallr top and ten elaatir panel* ln*lead of taring Priced at .#2.00 arcoKP rt.ooit. I f - " I Easter Hosiery Of outstanding excellence An all silk sheer stocking of appealing texture, rep resents real luxury. Comes In Bloat! Muffle !»• ytoni ftnboltnk «’lnd«r P**«« h Sh*«p«klB rtk j-ub v' 3 A New Product Lace clox on an all silk pure dye. The moat at tractive fabric yet shown la clox. 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