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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 10, 1907.
Society- inclined to rest
riiltlnc Women and Prospective Bride
Ocouion Vest of EnterUinine.
M.ENDAR FOR WEEK NOT CROWDED
Plsaa for Btate t'nlrtrsltr Clab
Concert mm Followlav Daace
Claim Interest of C'olltf
find Fashionable Brta.
Cupid went shopping and he bought
A yard of moonlight and a kls,
A loving glance, a tragic slh
And two bright tears to go with thla.
A maid went shopping and she nought
A cunning gown all mad of lace,
A rose-crowned hat, a parasol
With which to shade her dainty face.
The maid and Cupid chanced to meet;
lie asked the maiden what she sought.
And she was curious to know
The use of all the things he bought.
But neither would an answer give,
liut straightway from raoh other ran.
For both were buying things to trap
The same poor, unsuspecting man.
MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. John Urlon,
! Wgrhum club.
rUKBDAT-Mrs. L. Heller will be at home
I to friends to meet Mrs. J. H. Newman of
WEDNESDAY Mrs. Andrew Traynor, a.
J. luncheon club; Mrs W. M. McKlhln
ney, K. K. K. club; Mrs. Reld Talmagn,
C. T. Euchre club; Miss Bessie Hrady,
informal tea for Mrs. Oeorue WUIard
I Hrown of Portland. Ore ; Mrs. L. O.
; Peterson and Mrs. P. M. Coftklln. card
fHUKHDAY Mrs. W. T. Robinson, bridge
lor ner sister, Mrs. Hrevoort or Detroit,
and Mrs. George YVillard Hrown, guest
Of Misses Wakelleld; Mrs. C. J. CuftleM.
Cotala club; MIhs May Wear and Mr. John
Wear, Jewel Card club; MIbs Alh-e Auld,
lunoheon for Miss Mnude 1I I worth; Miss
Amelia Newman, A. O. T. Bowling club;
Mrs. H. H. Rhodes, euchre party; Mrs.
Hanklnson, entertains N. N. club; Mrs.
L. O. Peterson and Mrs. P. M. Conklln,
FRIDAY Judge and Mrs. Redlck, Dinner
firings ciud; Mr. and Mrs. w. A. lll
worth will entertain the Conley-Dllworth
wending party at dinner.
BATl'RPAY wlnfleld dancing party at
Chamlera, I)llworth-rolney weddlnK: Mrs.
C. L. Thomas and MIhs Thomas, reception
from t to 6; Major and Mrs. Slaughter,
Kountxe Place Whist club.
The advent of March with Its bluster
ng winds ushers In the Mid-Lent season.
Mid with It one may expect lets enter
taining and pronounced quietude to pre
vail.' This general banishment of gayety
accepted, as the fashionables are bus
pith seamstresses and the planning of
few spring frocks. While a large number
avo trosseaus to superintend and r--ports,
from one who knows tells th-it
many costly and exquisite creations are
being modeled. For the past week
toclety attention has centered In the
wo charming visitors, Mrs. John V. Wag
garman of Washington, who has been
visiting Judge and Mrs. Doane, and Mrs.
3eorge Wlllard Brown of Portland, Ore.,
guest of Miss Jeanne Wakefield. Both
have been the honor guests at many af
fairs, some of them pretentious, while
Others were of a moro Informal nature.
Mrs. Waggarman left Saturday fot her
pome, leaving a large circle of admiring
rlenda who regret her departure. Mrs.
rown expects to remain some time
onger, and being a stranger In Omana
n her arrival, the friends of Miss Wake-
eld will b a-lad nf thin nnnnrtunlt v t,i
become better acquainted with her. . The
(next two weeks will see the return of
several of the younger set and a few of
the married crowd whose absence has been
conspicuous. Miss Julia HIgglnson, who
has been visiting both In the south and
east, will be home about the twentieth;
Miss Gertrude and Miss Ruth Moorchend
the early part of this week, and also Miss
Ella May Brown, and Miss Flora "Webster.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. WUhelm are expected
home from California in a few Jays.
I Plans are maturing that promise to
make the concert of the Glee club of the
university of Nebraska, to be given In
Dmaha Thursday evening, March 21, om
Df the big events of the season. The
organisation comes under the auspices of
the Pan Hellenic club, and the dance to
be given at Chambers following '.he con
cert, by the club, promises to be largely
attended even if It is Lent. Eight mem
bers of the Glee club are Omaha men.
They are Messrs. Ernest Johnson, presi
dent of the club, Louis Meyer, Robinson
C. Swltcler, J. Addison Mould, Murry C.
French, George Wallace, E. Anderson and
R. H. Sampson. The list of putronessds
not yet complete. Includes some of the
pnost prominent women in society which
nsurea the suocess of the affair. Arrange-
Eients are in charge of a committee in
ludlng Messrs. J. W. Battln, Harry- P.
rukey, Philip Reed, T. W. Swttxler, II.
Sp. Leavltt and Oliver S. Erwln.
Mrs. H. II. Rhoades will entertain at eu
chre Thursday afternoon.
Mra Auld will give a luncheon Thursday
In compliment to Miss Maude Dllworth.
Judge nd Mrs. W. A. Redlck will enter
tain at dinner and bridge Friday evening.
Mra L. O. Peterson and Mrs. P. M. Conk
In will entertain at cards Wednesday after.
Mrs. Reld Talma ge will be hostess of the
greeting of the C. T. euchre club Wednes
day. The members of the N. N. club will be
tuests of Mrs. Hanklnson Thursday after
Mrs. Andrew Traynor will be hostess of
Wednesday afternoon's meeting of the C.
Mr. and Mrs. John Urlon will entertain
the meeting of the Wghum club Monday
; Mrs. John Wear and Miss Mae Wear will
intertaln the Jewel Card club Thursday
Mra L Heller will be at home Informally
l)ut of IJuslnosa The Omaha Heed
Mild lUttita Works Ix-ts Every.
thing Go to Fin fob Up.
Exceptional Chain e for Mothers to
Get a Go-Cart Chewy.
The Omaha Reed and Rattan works.
f ormerly located at 1513 Howard street,
isve disposed of their factory and moved
khe finished goods to Fifteenth and Har
ney streets, opposite the Orrhoum t ho
tter. Their entire stock remaining must be
Wold and rtore vacated by March the 25th.
Their fine line of Go-Carts, Chairs, Bjs
Itot. Porch Swings, Settees and other
Heed Furniture will be sold to first om
Urs for less than the cost of manutactuie.
CVEHYTHINQ MUST GO, regardless of
ost, to close up the business of this
oncern. Warm weather is close at ha.nl.
nd this offers a treat opportunity to tret
ool and comfortable furniture AT YOUR
(OWN PRICE. Also a stock of hign grala
bo-Carts, Parasols and Go-Cart Uphol
kterlngs to be sold at the cost f man-
fact ure. .
If In Deed of anything in our fine come
rly to get beat selection.
Ramge Building. 15th and Harney Sts.
Tuesday In honor of Mrs. J. H. Newman of
Major and Mrs. Brad. Slaughter wfTl
entertain the Kountxe Place Whist club
The Wlnlleld club will give one of Its
very enjoyable dancing parties Friday even
ing at Chambers'.
Miss Amelia Newman will be hostess of
the meeting of the A. O. T. Bowling club
The members of the K. K. K. club will
meet Wednesday afternoon at the aome Of
Mrs. W. M McElhlnney.
The members of the Conley-Dllworth wed
ding party will be guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Dllworth at dinner Friday evening.
Miss Bessie Brady will give an Informal
tea Thursday afternoon In compliment to
Mrs. George Wlllard Brown of Portland,
Mrs. W. T. Robinson will entertain at
bridge Thursday In honor of her sister,
Mrs. Brevoort of Detroit, and Mrs. George
Wlllard Brown, Miss Wakefield's guest.
Mrs. Charles U Thomas and Miss Thomas
will receive Informally from 2 to 6 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, March 18, at their
home, 1012 Georgia avenue. In honor of Mrs.
George 8. Smith of San Jose, Cal. Mrs.
Smith will arrive the latter part of the
week, to be the guest of Mrs. Thomas and
Mrs. Francis E. White of 1010 Park avenue.
Misses Ida and Mabel Levi were hostess
at an appointed luncheon Saturday. The
color scheme, pink and green, was carried
Mrs. W. O. Gilbert gave a luncheon fol
lowed by a theater party at the Boyd Sat
urday afternoon In honor of Mrs. George
W. Brown, guest of Miss Wakefield.
Miss Mildred Lomax was hostess on Fri
day at the meeting of the Original Bridge
club. The afternoon prise was won by
Mrs. Samuel Burns, Jr. Those present were:
Mesdames Charles Kountze, John L. Ken
nedy, William Foye, Samuel Burns, Jr., Ben
Cotton; Misses Bessie Brsdy, Mildred Lo
max. Marie Mohler.
Miss Elizabeth Williams gave a hand
somely appointed luncheon Saturday at the
Omaha club In honor of Miss Dllworth.
The table was brightened with pink carna
tions and the plate cards were heart-shaped
with a border of pink wild roses done In
water colors. Covers were laid for Miss
Dllworth, Miss Alice Auld, Miss Kathertne
Moorehead, Mrs. Frank Crofoot, Mrs. James
Bethune and Miss Williams.
Llttlo Miss Louise Ortman celebrated her
6th birthday Friday afternoon by entertain
ing her classmates of the kindergarten of
Windsor school. The party was held In the
schoolroom at the close of the afternoon
session and a feast of goodies, together
with games and music, contributed to an
occasion long to be remembered by the little
folks who participated. Miss Hermene
Blessing, director, and the assistants of
the kindergarten were also guests.
Mrs. Granden was hostess Thursday at
the meeting of the N. N. club. For the
game of high-five the prizes were won by
Mrs. Hcnnlngs and Mrs. Hess. Those
present were Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Morford,
Mrs. Hanklnson, Mrs. Granden, Mrs. Hess,
Mrs. Carney, Mrs. Hennlngs, Mrs. A. Al
quist. Mrs. McGrlll, Mrs. Wlllet, Mrs.
Strand, Mrs. N. Al.juist, Mrs. Lasher, Mrs.
Gantr, Miss Rothery. Mrs Robert Neeley
and Mrs. Lumbers. The next meeting of the
club will be held Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Hanklnson, at Twenty-flrst street
and Ames avenue.
Mrs. John Urlon entertained the Fourch
ette club Thursday afternoon. Luncheon
preceded the game of high-five, the tables
being tastefully decorated In pink. Pink
tulips were arranged as a centerpiece and
the watercolor plate cards were designed
with "the same' flower. The prises of the
afternoon were won by Mrs. John H.
Hussle ard Mrs. John Urlon. Members of
the club present were Mrs. B. L. Dan
forth, Mrs. Roy A. Dodge, Mrs. O. A.
Ko-ichlg, Mrs. W. A. Challis, Mrs. E. Good
ell, Mrs. John Urlon, Mrs. J. H. Hussle,
Mrs. J. B. Frandenberg, Mrs. Elmer Me
Manls, Mrs. H. W. Howell and Miss Halite
Patterson. Miss Hallle Patterson will be
the next hostess In two weeks.
Miss Agnes Horwlch entertained Tuesday
evening at her home, 2112 California street.
In honor of her guest. Miss Mary Berlovtch
of Des Moires, la. Various games were
played during the evening. In the newsboy
contest the prises were won by Miss Nellie
Rubin and Mr. Samuel Frlede. The con
solation prises were awarded to Miss Zelda
Robinson and Mr. Isldor Nathan. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ike Demorat
sky, Mr. and Mrs. William Freiden. Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Horwlch, Miss Mary Berlovlch
of Des Moines, Miss Agnes Gallnsky of
Council Bluffs, la., Miss Nettle Rubin, Miss
Nellie Rubin, Miss Zelda Robinson, Miss
Ma.ne Adler, Miss Clara Singer, Miss Lillian
Singer, Miss Cecil Wlneberg, Miss Lillian
Wlnberg, Miss Agnes Demoratsky, Miss
Agnes Frelder, Miss Agnes Horwlch. Mr.
Dave Rosenberg, Mr. Lou Kaplan, Mr. Will
Rosenthal, Mr. Isldor Nathan, Mr. Dave
Feblowlts of Council Bluffs, Mr. Casper
Gallnsky of Council Bluffs, Mr. Morse
DemoraUky, Mr. Samuel Frelder, Mr. Wil
liam Demoratsky and Mr. Ben Horwlch.
The Misses Callle and Edith Lenhart gave
a party Wednesday evening at their home,
2&0S Poppleton avenue, for a number of
their Hanscom park friends. Various con
tests afforded amusements for the even
ing. Those present were: Miss Mabe Short,
Miss Myrtle Savage, Miss Helen Stone
cypher, Miss Bloscles, Miss Fanny Goff,
Miss Lucy Stone, Miss Jennie Barnum, Mlas
Uttertmck, Miss Maud Lenhart, Miss Paul
ine Stonecypher, Miss Edith Baldwin, Miss
Llllle Barvett, Miss Morrell, Miss Edith
Lenhart, Mies Ruth Ball, Miss Virginia
Barnum, Miss Francis Baker. Miss Ander
son, Miss Wllla Anderson, Miss Hazel
Ralph, Miss Larson, Miss Jessie Sutherland,
Miss Sada Ralph, Mr. Trohart, Mr. Scott,
Mr. H. Colson. Mr. Claud Peake, Mr. Jack
Corruthus, Mr. Harry Pratt. Mr. Harry
Row, Mr. Flourkee, Mr. Chapman, Mr.
Powell, Mr. Frank Strawn, Mr, George
3. Barnum and Mr. Mler.
Come and Go Gossip.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Reed are now In
Mr. Lee McShane has gone to Texas on
a business trip.
Robert F. Kloke has gone to Texas on a
ten days' business trip.
Charles T. Kountze is expected home
Monday from Texas.
Ben Rosenthal is expected home Sunday
from an extended European tour.
Mrs. Levi Carter returned Wednesday
from a six weeks' visit In Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nash are spending
two weeks in Hot Springs, Ark., and
Judge and Mrs. Munger are entertaining
Mr. Munger's brother, W. B. Munger of
Bergln, N. Y.
Mrs. Henry C. Market arrived Tuesday
I to be the guest of Miss Margaret E. Bren-
nan for two weeks.
Euclid Martin returned Friday from Call,
foi nla where he has been the guest of his
sen. Ueorge Martin.
Mr. and Mra. George H. Payne and Mr.
and Mm. George E. Barker have returned
faoir. a trip to Mexico.
MIhs Mary Berlovlch of Des Molnea, la.,
who has been visiting the Misses Horwlch,
left Thursday' fur her home.
M!ss Chant of Spokane, Wash., who is the
guest of Miss Marlon Johnson, is en route
to -her home from an eastern visit.
Mrs. R. C. Moore and Mrs. E. 8. West
brook left Friday for Excelsior Springs,
where Mrs. Moore went for her health.
Mis. Calland Ivavln of Seattle, who has
J been the guest of her sister, Mra Hubert
r. Kloke, will leave Wednesday for her
Mr. and Mra. E. A. Thayer of Denver,
who have been spending the winter in New
York, arrived Saturday and are guests at
the Millard hatel.
Mr. E. A. Holyoke spent several days of
this week With Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Holdrege. Mr. Holyoke Is the flnancee of
Mlf-a Mary Holdrege.
Mrs. Howard Said and sister, Miss Ors.cs
Moxham, left Tuesday for a three months'
visit In Los Angeles and other points of
Interest In California.
Mrs. Ashby Cleveland of Salt Lake City,
nee Mis Sarah Alexander of Omaha, will
arrive Wednesday to be the guest of Miss
Edith Thomas for s, week.
Miss Maude Dillworth will leave Monday
for Lincoln, where she Is to be honor
guest at a linen shower given by the mem
ber of her sorority, the Delta Delta Deltas.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Welpton will
leave next week for Excelsior Springs,
Mo. They will be accompanied home by
Mrs. Welpton's sister, Mrs. Grlffen, who
will spend several weeks with Mrs. Welp
ton. Mrs. Perry Allen of Orange, N. J., who
came to Omaha to attend the funeral of
her father, W. O. Sloane, will remain with
her mother a month before returning home,
when her mother will leave also to reside
Mrs. Robert Gllmore has been confined to
her rooms by a severe attack of grip for
the past ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sprague will open
their country house, : the Hedge, which is
near the Country club, April 1.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Manchester have
given up their apartments at the Uintah
and are now living at 2rtl0 Dewey avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Johnson and family
will occupy the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Reed. Thirty-fifth and Dewey ave
nue, about April 1.
A card from Mr. and Mrs. Gould P. Diets,
dated Gibraltar. February 11, announces
that they were leaving for Tangier to go
then to Algiers.
Mr. Frank J. Burkley has purchased the
residence lately occupied by Mr. Clement
Chase on North Thirty-eighth avenue and
will soon occupy It as his home.
Mrs. George E. Prltchett, who was to
have entertained Saturday afternoon at
bridge luncheon, for Mrs. J. L. Stewart of
Cincinnati, recalled her invitations, as Mrs.
Stewart was very suddenly called home.
The Flower mission will give a bridge
party April 1 at Chambers' academy and
the proceeds will be used for the buying
of flowers for the hospital patients. It has
been planned by the committee that the
players may select their partners, keeping
the same during the entire afternoon. Tlck
ots will be placed on sale the early part of
the week at 60 cents each. .
Weddings and Engagements.
The marriage of Miss Margaret Kluse
man and Mr. Kirk Lange was solemnized
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of the parents of the bride, 2215 Mili
tary avenue. Rev. S. H. W. Bleushert of
ficiating. Mr. and Mrs. Lange will resldo
at Springfield, Neb.
Ani.ouncement haa been received in
Omaha of the marriage of Miss Enna
Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Keith, formerly of Omaha, to Mr. Louis
Butler, which took place at San Francisco,
Cal., February 9. Mr. and Mrs. Keith and
their daughters were well known In Omaha
previous to their removal to San Francisco.
At a large dinner given at Grand Rap
Ids, Mich., Saturday evening the engage
ment waa announced of Miss Bertha Wal
lin to Mr. Harley D. Moorehead of Omaha.
The wedding la to take place early In
June. Miss Julia Hlgglnson Is to be maid
of honor, and Mr. Lawrence Brinker will
be best man. Miss Wallln has been a fre
quent visitor to Omaha, and has so en
deared herself to those that met her that
her permanent residence here In the near
future will more than delight her many
friends. Mr. Moorehead's friends in Omaha
are legion, as he haa taken an active In
terest in affairs of the city since moving
here. He is at present associated with Mr.
Francis Brogan In the practice of law. Is
secretary of the Omaha Horse Show asso
ciation and is one of the promoters of the
new Elmwood club. Mr. Moorehead la also
greatly Interested in athletics, as he was
a foot ball player while at college.
The marriage of Miss Alice Maude Dll
worth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Dllworth, and Mr. Elmer Clyde Conley,
son of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Conley, will
be solemnized Saturday evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of the brlde'a parents, 8024
Davenport street. Rev. J. W. Conley will
perform the ceremony. Miss Fannie Graves
of Lincoln will be maid of honor and Miss
Alice Auld and Miss Irene Coloney will
act as bridesmaids. Little Dorothy Cavan
augh will be ring bearer. The groom will
be attended by Mr. Paul Mitchell of New
ark, O.. as best man and the wedding
march will be played by Miss Cornyn Tag
gart. The color scheme of silver, gold
and blue, the colors of the Delta Delta
Delta sorority, to which the bride belongs,
will be the color scheme of the wedding.
Among the out-of-town guests will be about
twenty sorority girls from Lincoln, Mr. and
Mrs. Williams of Hastings, Mr. Hudson of
Oquawka, III., and Rev. and Mrs. George
Conley of Blair. After April 1 Mr. and
Mrs. Conley will be at home at (32 South
PERSIANS FEEL PATRIOTIC
National Spirit Rises and Forelsra
Employes No Lonster Wanted
CALCUTTA, March 9. (Special.) The
dismissal of the Belgians from the service
of the shah of Persia Is causing no end
of a discussion here for the reason Ouit
several of the dismissed servants have been
stopping at Bombay awaiting a steamer
for Europe. For the purpose of ascertain
ing his views on the situation, Mr. E.
Crawshay-Williams, private secretary to
Mr. Winston Churchill, lias been Inter
viewed. Mr. E. Crawshay-Williams dur
ing his late expedition across Persia, came
Into touch with acme of the leading men
of the country.
"The dismissal of the Belgians," said Mr.
Crawshay-Wllltama, "from the Persian
service Is a matter for great surprise, as
It has always been understood that M.
Naus, thf Belgian who administered the
customs service, was the great financial
genius who saved Persia from financial
ruin and placed matters on a more or less
level basis. There Is no need to attribute
the dismissal to foreign Interference; it is
clearly due to the feeling of nationality
which is arising In Persia aiming at 'Per
sia for the Persians and run by Persians.'
It is an entire mistake to think that the
Belgian control of the customs was a Rus
sian Job. It Is certainly for the benefit of
Russia, but It was done at the suggestion
of Great Britain. The dismissal of M.
Naus is somewhat parallel to the recent
attempts to oust 81r Robert Hsrt from the
Chinese customs, and If, ss I suppese. this
Is an outcome of the national spirit. It
may be inferred that the customs will be
placed in the hands of the Persians. The
changes In Persia during the past two
years have been almost of an Incredible
l character, and It must be some time be
fore one can ascertain If this first experi
ment of constitutional government In any
Mohammedan country will fulfil expecta
tions." Now Is tho Xt.s to rnak your wants
known through Tbs Bea Want Ad Pag.
WORK OF THE CLUB WOMEN
Cmtha Club Hat Aooompliihed Vuch
Darinc Tear Just Cloiinf.
DEPARTMENTS ACTiVE ON SPECIAL LINES
General Work of Club la Expanded,
bnt Its Membership llns Done
Mach Alone; Fartlcalar
While numerically the Omaha Woman'
club has decreased, there has never been
a time In the history of the organization
when Its departments did better or more
serious work than they have during the
last year. That the club Is regaining Its
former strength and prestlfie there can be
no doubt among those In touch with Its
work. The highest membership was at
tained the year of the first exposition, when
affiliation carried peculiar advantages.
When those advantages had passed It was
only to be expected thnt the membership
should drop back to normal. Since then
the club has made for Itself a splendid
record as an agency for moral, educational
and civic betterment, but recently It has
experienced that lethargy that so fre
quently follows a strenuous season. The
women are thoroughly awake again and
the present membership is an earnest work
Drpitrtmrnli Hold Their Own.
Notwithstanding the counter attractions
of the newly organized Society of Fine
Arts, with It admirable equipment for
study, the art department haa held its
own, supplementing the work of the other
society, which largely duplicates Its mem
bership. The musical department has a
good membership, Is well attended and is
presenting programs that have never been
surpassed even In the palmiest days of the
club. The current topics department is
larger than It has ever been and In ad
dition to the efforts of Its members, some
of the best local authorities have been
secured for the discussion of events of
the day. The oratory department Is flour
ishing and only a few weeks ago presented
one of the cleverest dramatic programs
that has ever been given before the club.
Under the leadership of Mrs. Mary B. New
ton, a recognized student of psychology,
the department of ethics and philosophy
has spent a year of practical study.
The American history department has had
&n equally profitable year of study. Tho
household economic department has been
one of the live branches of the club and
has done some of tho best work In Its his
tory. Its agitation of the necessity cf Im
provement In the city milk supply and of
the correction of other evils that menace
the health of tho community have resulted
In a public awakening that has largely cor
rected these evils. The department Is ut
present engaged In an agitation for better
Inspection of the meat sold in the city.
Last, but by no means least, the social
science department has figured conspicu
ously In sociological work. The study of
sociology, the support of the work of the
Juvenile court, of child labor legislation,
public playground and public bath, and an
Investigation and encouragement of various
local charitable Institutions has contributed
to a busy and useful year.
Fellowship Clnb Is Active.
Ono of the flourishing clubs of the Young
Women's Christian association Is the
Young Women's Fellowship club, which
meets the first and third Thursday of each
month at the rooms. The club was organ
ized in February, 1906, with thlrty-slx mem
bers and Its first annual meeting and elec
tion of officers was held last Wednesday
evening. Miss Mary Sapp was elected
president; Miss Anna Zlmuns, vice presi
dent; Miss Marian Frenzel, secretary, and
Miss Bertha Holeyoke, treasurer. Miss
Alina Krum, chairman membership com
mittee; Miss Davis, chairman program
committee, and Miss Margaret Johnscn,
chairman social committee. The member
ship Is composed of young women employed
during the day, and the object of the club
Is education and sociability. The evenings
of the meetings supper is served the mem
bers at the association rooms, so the girls
need not go home fi-st. Every two months
a social entertain. . nt Is given. Parlia
mentary practice and lectures or addresses
by local men and women on subjects of In
terest to the club constitute the programs
of the regular meetings.
Current Topics Pro dram.
The current topics department of the
Woman's clubs has arranged one of the
most interesting programs of the year for
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the audi
ence room of the public library. Miss Jen
nette Wallace will give a stereoptlcon Illus
trated talk on the medieval towns of Eu
rope that she visited during a recent trip
abroad. Mrs. C. R. Glover will present the
current topics and the meeting will be In
charge of the assistant leader, Mrs. C. W.
The meeting of the rhlloaorhy and ethics
department will follow immediately after
that of the current topics, at I o'clock. Mrs.
Newton Is leader and will preside.
Nathan Bernstein of the High school fac
ulty will address the social science depart
ment at Monday afternoon's meeting at 8
o'clock on the need of Industrial training
In the public schools. Current sociological
notes will be given and discussed by mem
bers of the department.
The board of directors of the Iowa Fed
eration of Women's clubs will meet at Des
Moines Monday and Tuesday of this week
when plitns for the coming biennial con
vention to be held at Ottumwa will be com
pitted The local chapters Daughters of the
American Revolution will hold Its March
meeting Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. P. Tukey.
NO JAP VOTERSARE WANTED
California Senate Will Consider Heso
lntloa oa Subject Opposing
Plaa of President.
BACRAMENTO, Cal., Mrrh 9.-Follow-Ing
the passage of the bills by Wolfe and
Keane, the senate committee on federal re
lations reported a substitute for the resolu
tion introduced by Senator Sundford pro
testing against the naturalization of Japan
ese and recommended that It be adopted.
The consideration of the resolution was
made a special order for the day. After
calling attention to the president's messago,
declaring that this country dhould first
thoroughly Americanize its alien popula
tion, the resolution continues:
Resolved, by the senate and assembly of
the elate of California. J.iintly, Tliat n
oppose further Japanese Immigration und
favor the extension of Immigration laws so
as to Include Japanese, Coreans and other
Tbls Mt lid Mk-Cstler msWe-10
laches Uug bkjh grade, speclal2. 50
Us lor Comslsta Offloa Outfits
Orcliard .VilheIm Carp3t Go.
Asiatic peoples, and we hereby urge our
senators and representatives In congies to
use all honorable means to secure the pas
sage of such a measure; he It further
Resolved. ThHt we most strenuously op
pose tho proposition to naturalize Japanese
and extend the elective franchise to the
alien-horn of th;it race as being lnli.it -n I
to the welfare of the American people. uM
we hereby Instruct our senators and rep
resentatives In congress to use every hon
orable means within their power ta combat
such pernicious legislation.
OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
All the Societies Are Ilnsy With
Their Literary Work Thla
In the Llnlnger Travel club Anna Bethge
read a paper on "The First Exposition."
The "Chronic!" was read by a committee
appointed for that purrcsc. A pu cr on
' 1 he I r insmlrslrslpi I Ex)Hjslton" was icad
by Kathcrine O'Leary. Stereoptlcon views
of the Paris, St. Iou:s. Chicago atld Omaha
expostllons were shown by Miss Wallace.
A "Mother Goose Program" was given
In the Brownlnu; society. The opening song
was "Good Morning. Merry Sunshine," (rang
by the Browning chorus. Eunice Holmes
entertained the society with a recitation.
Tills was followed by another song by trie
chorus The story of "The Three Little
regies ' was told hy Ethel Hclnerli'kson.
A recitation, "Who's Afraid?" was given
ly F'.ilna Levy. The "Orucle" was reud
by the editor. The story of "J ick an.l lite
bean Stalk" was told by Marguerite I.ee.
In the Pemosthenlan Debating society
current topics were given by Renolda Over,
in a debate. "Resolved. That examinations
should be discontinued." Gnrlan Davidson
and Snnford Glfford took the affirmative,
while Frederic t'urlson und Albert Jensen
represented the negative. A talk was given
by George Uerger. This was followed by
another debate: "Resolved, That South
Omaha should be annexed to Omaha."
Donald Atchison and Sam, Melander took
the affirmative and Sam Carrier and John
Bowt-n the negative.
In the Hawthorne society a recitation was
given by I.uella KaneM. A talk on "Our
Commonest Birds'' was given bv Florence
Peterson. An original story was told by
Ruth Partridge-. A talk on "Migration of
Birds" was given by l.ou Fuller. Giselle
Hodman entertained the society with a
recitation. Ida Kuliiknwslcy told the work
of the different varieties of birds. A recita
tion by Isabel Snmiley finished the pro
gram. The "Mother Goose" program of tho
Elaine society was In charge of Mary
Sheets. "Mary Had a Little Lamb" was
rtcitod by Mary Sheets. "Jack anil Jill"
was told by Gretehen McConnell and Hazel
Howard. "Jack Sprat" was given by Marie
Hodge and Helen Kllsh. A selection en
titled "Portia Up to Date" was given by
Helen Sorenson and Marie HMllnger. "A
Vindication of the Limerick" w is recited j
bv Gretehen McConnell. The story of j
"Little Miss Muffett" wns told by Marie
Holllnper. "Elaine the Girl was recited
by Mary Sheets.
A business meeting of the Webster so
ciety waa held. The constitution was
greatly changed After an exciting par
liamentary law practice the meeting ad
'i ne priscena Ainen society also gave a
"Mother Goose" program. In a sung en
titled "Mistress Mary," the part of Mlsn
Muffet was taken by Sadie Klrschbruun;
thnt of Bo-Peep by Grace Mc Bride; Red
Riding Hood by Olive l.ndd; the Queen of
Hearts by Ivy Lee und Mary Quite Contray
by Anna McCague. An original story was
told by Wne McKnlght. A selection en
titled "Sun Bonnet Rubles" was given by
Edith Lyon and Marjory 13e-kwlt. An
original rioem, "Little Miss Muffet," was
recited by Ruth Haller.
A short business meeting of the German
society was held, the program having been
postponed until r.ext Wednesday.
A "college" program was given In the
Margaret Fuller society: Duet, banjo and
guitar. Gertrude and Iulse Elbert; rend
ing. Evelyn Miller; vical solo, Ruth Mc
Rride; original story, Irene Jaynes; college
song, the chorus; "College Customs,"
Eleanor Jacqulth; recitation. Marguerite
Scott; "Prophecy," Mary Alice Rid well;
duet. Gertrude and Louise Elbert; dia
logue. Ruth McBrlde and Muriel Johnson;
"Prophecy." Elizabeth Charlton.
In the France Wlllard society a recita
tion entitled "Casey's Table D'ote" waa
given by Marjory Beckett. Julia Anhauser
entertained the society with a vocal solo.
A reading was given by Edith Jacobsen.
"Limitations of Youth" was recited by
Mabel Berka. "The Crescent" was read
by Elizabeth Norgard.
10c Banquet Cigars for 5c
We have purchased the entire stock
of the well-known Banquets from the
jobbing firm of Green & DeLaitte Com
pany of Minneapolis at a price that
enables us to sell them at 5c straight,
or $2.50 per box of 60. We consider
this to be the best Domestic Cigar we
have ever sold for 5c, and would ad
vise all smokers of Domestic Cigars to
give the Banquets a trial.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
Cut Rate Cigar Dealers,
16th & Farnam Sts.
Let Us Brighten
By making your old Carpets into beau
tiful Rugs. We clean and dye every
thing possible. Clothes renewed and
pressed. Old things made to look
bright and new by THE BEST WAV.
110 LEAVENWORTH STREET.
Phone Red 4718.
Omaha Rug Factory
and Cleaning Co.
Wanted at oik-o. coat makers, pants
makers and bushelmtn. bieauiy work,
MaeCartny-Wllson Tailoring- Oc.
304-3ut South lUlh Striat.
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TOILET ARTICLES REDUCED
Monday and Tuesday we will sill
all toilet articles at jirpatly reduced
prices. Just a fv of tlum:
75n 4711 Toilet Water 60o
75c Perrln's Toilet Water bOo
75c T'abrook's 50o
50c Hind's Honey and Almond
25c Velvet Cream IVc
(The best hand preparation on the
?!Sc Ranltol Bath l'owder '...Vte
76c perfection Crenm 0O3
L T.c llftbeskin Talcum IlO
25c Emory Boards lOo
8c Perfection Oranire Stfks, 2 fr c
25c Bon Ton Munirure Set 100
5)c l'oiioni Face Powder 34o
20c Bwansdown Face Powder. .. .103
Also any favorite branl voti may
like at greatly reduced prices.
BEATON DRUG CO.
riftasnth and ramim
Agents for the famous Cooper rcpt
edits at cut prices.
YOUR HAIR CURLED FREE!
Cur line Curls to Stay.
To every hidy purchasing a bottle of
Curline we will eivu u free, shampoo and
curl the hair, klalte an engagement by
I hune. I'Kiuglaa 7:7s.
MRS. M. S. PIERCE,
Hal Dressing and Manicuring Farlor
C23 Bee BaUdiag.
I BRAND 4Px -Ta
are the young
men's Clothes tri
umphs of the sea
son, Top-Xotch Tail
oring, Hi ghost
Quality and JLow
est Prices; a trin
ity of "S13NIOH"
features not to be
If your dealer hasn't
these clothes in stock, we'll
gladly direct you
to one who has,
A New Man ,or
"The Mew Way"
(Shirts are pressed not Ironed)
ALLEN B. HAMILTON
has becoma manager of the
Evans' City Steam Laundry
and will b pleased to have you try "The
New Way," where he will see that your
work Is done satisfactorily at all times.
207-9-11 South 11th Street.
ody above the accompaniment.
Anyone can operate it successfully.
Exclusive with the Metrostyle Pianola and Pianola
Can be purchased by monthly payments.
Themodist Pianola is demonstrated daily at tho
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
1311-1313 Farnam St., Omaha. Tel Douglas 1625.
afraid to have a tooth ex
tracted? It o, try our Vitalized Air,
and you will never be afraid again. It
leaves no after effects, and we make
it fresh dally.
Extracting SHc and np.
Ket teeth, (perfect fit guaranteed) . .
TAFT'S DENTAL ROOMS
1617 Douglas Street.
1516 Dodge St.
Table d'Hote Dinner,
40c and 50c, Sunday
Table d'Hote Dinner
11:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
1508-10 Howard Street
itlusie by Monllon's Orchestra.
THE MSN WH3 HAS DINED WELL
has dined wisely If he eats U
Table d'Hote Dinner Bunday
Our Menu can not be surpassed.
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Lmwrmi Wn3 . Vgefv
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'Phone Douglas 254
The most important improvement in
A device for bringing out the melody
of any given composition.
Its function is to accent tho theme and
bring out the individual notes of the mel
Three Layer Fig
Who isn't fond of a nice layer
cake, especially when it is of the
Balduff has been making cakes
for the past 25 years, and there is
probable no other bakery in the
west that would go to the trouble
and expense of supplying their
bakers with the fine and cowtly in
gredients iibed in his t ake making.
Monday you have the opportun
ity of seeing how good Balduff's
layer cakes are.
These delicious fig cakes are
made of three layers of rich cup
cake, with a soft fig filling be
tween the layers and a rich coat
ing on top. They tell regularly
for 50c, special Monday only, 80c.
IlALDl IT, FAUX AM ST.
at 25 cents per light
Better Than New
Omaha Plating Co.
Reliable Cold and Silver Platers
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