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niR OMAHA SUNDAY HEE: APRIL 28. 1P07.
COUNTRY CLUB FOR SOCIETY
Pmnine: Pe&son of raihiomb'.e Pesort For
Opeaed f atuHtj Eeaisc
DtHNiR AND DANCE FLATURES CF EVENT
GIvea-ln-Hnanr A IT i. Ira for rroaiiee
tlvs llrldes and l.ltlns Women
Prnnaiae Mark Gaiety for
Wliat Wl ftald anil What Tboighl.
The First fluent
"Ootid ev'nlnjf, Mrs. Vrre dp Vers,
I an en Joy. id jour dinner."
0f that is all she ever serves,
No wonder uhe la tlilnncrlj
Tim Somnd Guest
"Good ev'titna;, Mr. Vers ds Vers,
I no cnJoed the singing."
(The echo of that awful noise
Is In my ears still ringing!)
The Hostess to the First Guest
"Good evnlrifr, Mr. Htuyvesant.
I'm rind you liked the dinner."
Of Oiere should c an eating race,
He'd surely l the winner!)
To the Berond Quest
flood ev'nlns, Mrs. Ptuyvesant,
I'm Rlsd you liked the s'nKing;."
(If I snld what I truly mcHnt,
It would be something Btinicinr!)
The Ror la I Calendar.
IfOVDAY-Mrs. B. TV Richmond, Rounders'
club; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hrown.
W'ghum club; Omaha Guards. medal
drill and Informs! hop at armory.
TL'KPDA Y Mrs. W. A It "dick, luncheon ' Maude Page. Mr. Harold Ahlqulst, Mr.
at Country club for Mls Marlon Hughes; Rr t Spatori Mr. larry Flanagan. Mr.
Mrs. Ferdinand Adl-r. nfterrmon t ird ! . ,, r,, , ,
party; Mrs. n.n Gnllagher. dinner for i rl Hsglind. Mr. Allen Dlanchard. Mr.
Miss Marlon Hughes and Mr. George ! Francis Hadey, Mr. John Hagiind, Mr. Rus
Redlrk. ; gpaton, Mr. McNIehlos, Mr. Ben
WKPNF.PPAY-Mr Phil Wlndhelm. Uln, . . '
Vela club; Mrs. Hoy H. French. P. H. pransh "ml Mr- Walter Tnge.
Bard club; Itosnlba cbib ilnnrs at Creigh-1 The Harmony club was entertained Sat
ton Institute hall; Mrs. Robert Hell. ) urday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
mneneon ror iihs jiis Marion imnJ.
and Miss I.nura Contrdon: Mrs. .1. E.
Rugg, luncheon for Miss Griffin of Chi
eago; Mrs. Matthews entert ilns women's
auslllnrv to T. P. A.
TH I'RSDA Y Mrs. P. T. Walton. West
Fnrnam Kensington club; Miss Rose
Bpleetorger. A. O. T. Howling club
FRIDAY Miss Mablo Marr and Miss Lucy
T'pdlke, afternoon tea for Miss Marlon
Hughes nt home of Miss Mnrr; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Haldrlge, dinner, Hrldgc
8ATCRDAY opening of Field club; Mr.
mnA Mr. T 1." !....... n A IT. tl.l I
Rnum. dinner st Count rv clnh for Ml '
Marlon Hughes and Mr. George Redlck.
The, ont-of-donr season was tisherod In
Saturday afternoon nnd evening with the
annual opening of the Country club and
the, fashionables were out In numbers to
consummate the much anticipated event. It
was a delightful occasion; the t hib had
been put In excellent condition and as no
large or pretentious affair has been given
lately every one was In the mood for a
good time,, and they had It. Dinner was
aerved front 6 to 8 o'clock nnd orchestra
music playing during this time added genu
ine enjoyment for those present. A dunce
followed. One of the largest dinners of the
evening was giver by Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen- j
janiln Cotton In honor of Mr. und Mrs
Jerome Magee. who have recently returned
from their ranch In Wyoming. Covers
and Mrs. Edwin Swobc, Mr. and
Samuel Rums, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel
Caldwell. Miss Edna Keeline of Counc'.l
Bluffs, Miss Ressle. Rrady, Miss Ada Klr
kendall, Miss Margaret Wood, Miss Helen
Davis, Miss Mary Lee McShane. Miss Nell
Lovd. Rdbert Horns Wills rd Wn.fnr.l
Elmer Cope. Arthur Lewis, Thomas Davis! j
Glenn Wharton, Lee McShane, Frank Keoh
and Edward Crelghton.
In honor of MIhs Llllls of Kansas City
Miss1 Ella Mae Brown entertained Mlsa
Llllla, Miss Jeanne Wakefield, Miss Marie
Mohler, Mr. and Mrs. James Love Paxton,
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kennedy, Mrs. Eva
Wallace, Joseph Haldrlge, J. E. George,
Stofkton Heth and Harvey Clayton.
With Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gilbert were
Mr. anrf Mrs. W. B. Melkle, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 8. Poppleton and Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
Complimentary to Mlas Hughes, Mlns
Marlon Hughes and George Rediek. MIus
Marlon -Connell bad Miss Huuhes. Mi, I
Lomar. Mix. MIMr,..? trrtm e,.
Kloke. George Redlck, Ross Towle, Lou
Clarke and Walter Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. E P. Peck, Mr. anj Mrs.
W. H. McCoid and Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Davis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Brady.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redlck entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Remington, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Baldric;. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Coles and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McShane enter
tained Mrs. Ben Gallagher and Mrs. E. C.
With Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rrogan were
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cowglll, Mrs. Perley,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gulmi. Miss Ida
Sharp, Mr. Luther Drr.ke and Dr. Bridges.
Mr. and Mrs John N. Baldwin had as
their guests General Orenvllle Dodge of
New York and Miss Dodge of Council
With Mr. and Mrs. C. fi. Montgomery
were Mr. and Mrs. Euclid Martin, Miss
Frances Martin and Miss Marion John
son. Mr and Mrs. Edgar Morsman, Jr., had
Mr. nnd Mra. George Palmer, Mr. and
Mrs. Crofoot, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bur
gees, Mr. and Mra. Harry Wllkins, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Barker and Mr. and
Mra George Peek.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Beeson entertained
Mr. and Mrs. V P. Klikendall, Mr. and
Mrs. John Meadow a of Lincoln, Mr. and
Mra. J. E. Buum. Dr. and Mis. Hull und
Miss Katherine Beeson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. George bad ns their
guests Mr and Mrs. Walter Page and Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Barkalow.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Barton and Mrs.
Klrkenhummcr were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy C. Barton.
Mr, and Mrs. William Karnes of Kansas
City were honor gutsts of Mr. and Mrs. j
. E. V. Lewie, whose other guesis were,
Mr. and Mrs. Karnes, Miss Flunnce Lewis
and Mr Sherman Cunfteld.
Miss Belle Dewey, Miss Mutie! Balcombe,
Mlsa Lynn Curtis, Mr. Charles S.iundera.
Mr Rushell Leinist. Captain Doane and
Captain und Mrs. Wlldrr.uu will make up a
Mr. and Mrs. Sharks Clspp were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpitvrr.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Unuv bad .Mr. and
Mrs. tierret Fort. Miss Kuth llammc-. Miss
Uutlcr und Miss Ellzubctli liruee.
A few glvcn-ln-honor a!T.ilis for the
pros.'eetlve brides and visit ng we;n--n
sandwiched In between house el -.ritng and
spring st wirg for the fab'.iloniblt a hive
t!:er prpleKltlis to meet, vi'Hi the oi ril
ing of the Country club lal evening, have
contributed to au almost str. nuous week.
Next week iroinlsts to be :i repetition nf
last, with Mlrs Marlon HubIis conipicu
ouslv In the lime liiit, as sIih is on of
tho May trkbs. The formal opening of
the Field club next Sutuiday evening w.U
oecii't n a long list t f dinner parties and
opening the summer dancing se.ison, which
Is always enjoyable.
' Mrs. Matthews will entertain the mem-
Pleasarra To. b. rs of the Woman's auxiliary to tha
Wcdncaday, at the Bacred Heart church. Travelers' Protective association Wedn-k-a
pretty wedding ws solemnised wfen Miss jay afternoon st her homo. 1SW Nort.i
Margaret Flynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nineteenth street.
Thomas P1yn:, was united In marriage to Miss Kugg will give a luncheon Wednoa
tr. Ijeonsrd J. SchnelJer. the eerem ny be- diy nt her apartments at the Normandfe
Ing performed by Rev. Father Jn-'ee. Th ' In honi-r of M's Crlfflrt o CMcAiro, who
tirlde wrs utterded by M!rs Anna Flvrn ss Is the P'wst i.f Mrs P"tr's B. Wvlpton.
sua4 of l.onor, and the io ui by Ms O- .'n v. Ill bu :H fur twelve.
Mrs. Henry W. Dunham r an Informal
luncheon st her nrw home, Twenty-fourth
und Krlstol, Wednesday afternoon. Covers
were luld ror Mrs H. Allen, Mrs. E. Pom
tfy, Mrs. William Etchen, Mrs. timer
JtiiiiKin ii i itl M.s.i Lillian Pomcrny.
Mr. mid Mrs. Barnes entertained ths Q. T.
X. (Jlee club Tjesd.iy evening. The rooms
were trimmed with the club coli is. Sev
eral Instrumental and vocal anlscttons wars
given by Mim Jcsephlne Staley. Mlsa Isa
bel 1 (.'mill, Mrs. paines and Mr. Potter.
For refreshments covers were laid for six
teen. brother, Mr. Otto Bchnelder of Nebraska
City. An elaborate wedding Ireakfast fol
lowed at the home of the bride 9 parents.
North Thirtieth street. Later Lr. and
Mrs. Schneider left for a week's wedding
Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Medders entertained
the last meeting of the Orchard HtU Hlnh
Five club for this season Saturday evening.
Miss Ignore Hutchlns whs a gu-st of the
club. The members present were Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Conklln, Dr. and Mrs. H. M.
Mcrianahan, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frlcke,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cunningham, Mr. and
Mrs. i. A. Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Alderson. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell. Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Hobor, Pr. nnd Mrs. A. O.
Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hutchinson,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Kendall and Dr. and
In honor of Mr. Walter Pane's 19th birth
day, a delightful surprise party was given
Tor him by a number of hla friends Friday
evening. The time was spent at music and
gnmes. Thus present were: Miss Jessie
Alil'iuisl, Mlsa Jule Simpson, Miss Clara
Hcndley, Miss Elsie Waterman, M.ss Jo
Imnne Voene, Miss Elizabeth Beaton, Miss
McCoy, at their home: Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rates, Mr. and Mm.
D. V. Slioles, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raker.
JVIr. nnd Mrs. Robert J. Dinning. Judge and
Mrs. J. H. Munger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Prwers, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Van Court, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Rreckenrldge, Mr. and Mra.
Frank Ev.lng, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson,
Mr. and Mm. J. L. Relby, Mr. nnd Mrs. R.
T. White, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dale, Mr.
i nnd Mrs. A. W. ficribner, Mr. and Mrs.
John Robblns and Mr. and Mrs. H
Wood. There will be one more meeting of
tho club this season, which will be held at
tho home of Mr. and Mra A. W. Scribner
In two weeks.
Come and Co Gnsal?.
Mr. Lee McShane returned from a trip
Mrs. F. R. McConnell has returned from
Mrs. D. A. Desslre has returned from
a visit In New York.
Mrs. W. J. Hroatch will leave this week
for a visit in Virginia.
Mr. M. F. Funlthouner has returned
from a trip to California.
Mr. W. P. Durkey and son Rodney left
FrJ?y e'nlu OThc as
i Miss Emma Mullln of Washington ia
I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wr. E. Martin.
xii i . auu -win. a x. u . j w . v , t. , 1 1 , j
if- nn.a m-- it i Tnrtfl. " f ii 1 , 1 . .1
Cal.. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.- Lewis ,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo i. Hammer have
gone to California where they will re
main for several weeks.
Miss Huldrege and Miss Susan Hold-
reBe have TnfA Chicago where
they have been vlottlag
Mra. Charles F. Meek and daughter
have returned from an extended visit in i
Galveston and Houston, Tex. I
Miss Julia Hiniion is vlslthja her j
meii'i, aui. r iiia j-yiii-ii, ui ,oiuu
en route from Grand Raplda.
- Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Swobe will arrive !
in Omaha about May 10 enroute to Chi- i
cago and other eastern points, j
Mrs. John L. Webster and Miss Flora
Webster are expected homo from New
York the latter part of this week.
Mrs. L. Swift of Net Pierre, Ida., will
arrive in a few days to be the guet of
her sister, Mrs. John A. Doe, of 1120
South Slst street.
Mr. Harvey Clayton of Kansas City Is
the guest of his mother at the home of I
Mr. Frank Brown, having come up for (
the opening of the Country cluu.
Mr. William L. Karnes arrived Satur-
dny morning from Kansas City. Mr. and '
Mrs. Karnes will remain over Sunday the j
guests of Mr. and Mrs. IS. V. Lewis. !
Mr. Harry Tukey and Mr. Lawrence j
Brlnker returned Friday from Grand .
Rupids, Mich., whero they went to at-
tend the Moorehead-Wallln wedding. j
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield, Mr. Frank
Hamilton and Miss Mae Hamilton Failed i
Wednesday from Liverpool and will prob
ably reach Omaha the latter part of this
Mr. Barney Wolfe of New Ifork City,
formerly of Omaha, will arrive In Omaha
Monday enroute to San Francisco from
which place lie will sail May 1 on the
America Maru to Yokohama, Japan, on a
live months' business trip.
Miss Julia Schwarts lias returned from
a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frederic
E. Clements of Lincoln. Another sup
plementary reader, "Famous Pictures of
Children," written by Miss Schwaiti, will
appear soon, and her third book for girls,
"Beatrice Leigh at College," will be pub
lished. In July.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown will enter
tain the Wjhum club Monday evening.
Mrs. l'hlt Wlndhelm will be hostess
Wednesday at the meeting of the La Vela
The Roundnrs' club will be entertained
Monday afternoon by Mrs. S. 13. Rich
mond. The A, O. T. Bowling club will ba en
tertained Thursday by Miss Roae Spies
berger. The 1". II. Card club will b entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Key 1L
I Mrs. r. T. Walton will be hostess Tburs
' day at the meeting of the West Farnam
I KcnMngton club.
I The Omaha Guards will give a medal
drill und Informal hop at their armory
' Monday evening.
Mlas M.iriou Huahea will ba honor guest
at a luncheon given Tuesday by Mrs. W.
A Hedlck st the Country club.
Mrs. ItJ-rt Bell will give a luncheon
' Widneduy in honor of Miss Marion
Hur'u-s and Miss Laura Congdon.
M'.ai M;ibel Murr and Mlas Lucy Updike
wi'l give uu ufurnoon tea Frlady at the
home of Miaa Mil r in honor of Miss Marlon
Tha nursery committee of the Child
b.ivlng Institute will e-ve their annual
M iv party ul the Institute home, lifi
Ohio street, about May 14.
Mr. s:.d Mrs. J. E. Ftura and Richard
llaum will give a d'r.ner Saturday evn
U g nt the Country c ub In honor of M.ss
M'ir'nn Hushes and Oer-e Kedlck.
The Saturday Night Curd club hns post
poned the last meeting of the club for
1 two wrtks. when Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
1 H. Kelly will entertain at thlr home.
WORK OF THE CLUB WOMEN
I'r.hadist Womsn'i Hem MUtionary
Locietj Holds fifth Annual Vesting.
COUNTRY WCMiN TO BUILD HALL
Organization Ontcrown Capacity of
Homes Would Provide Permanent
Hall sign Iflea nee of Orsan
Isatlon In Third District.
The Falrlands Country Woman's club af
fords tin adi.ilrnble example of what a
woman's club may do for a community.
Tho elub Is composed of the wives and
daughters of furmers living In the vicinity
of Ashland and waa organized three years
ago. Meetings are held monthly the year
around ar.d twice a year the families of
members are entertained, making the gath
ering a lnrge one. Each February a soelal
Is given at the home of one of, the members
and each August a picnic Is held In a
grove nerr the home of the president, Mrs.
O. J. Wortman. The club hns brought
about such sociability and good feeling In
the community that these two annual
gatherings have come to be the conspicu
ous events of the year. The g'ove pro
vides for the rutdoor gathering, but tho
annual social has assumed proportions thnt
have come to exceed the capacity of ttie
homes. The women are unwilling to give
up this function, however, and the club
has sot to work for the erection of an as
sembly hall that will accommodate not
only this gathering, but serve for other
gatherings of the community. So thor
oughly has the club the approval of the
hUBbands and fi lends that there has been
no lack of their ro-operatlcn and the as
sembly hall Is practically assircd. Mrs.
O. J. Wortmsn. the pr'sent president, or
ganized the club and bns done much to
make It the success It l.ss become. It Is
her theory that If parents v.-ould hold the
Interest of their children they must be In
terested In the things that Interest the
young people. The young women of the
club have their basket ball and base ball
teams and the mothe:s have encouraged the
organization of ball teams among the
young men and boys and games between
girls and boys are always a feature of the
August picnic. A glee club" nnd an auxili
ary quartet of young men are also out
growths of the women's club.
The organization of the women's clubs
of the Third district In a permanent
auxiliary to the Nebraska Federation last
week, Is one of the slbnillcant slate ch.b
events of the year. Bylaws were adopted
at the annual meeting of the Third district
clubs, held at Stanton last Wednesday and
Thursday, and will be submitted to the
board of the State Federation for ratifica
tion. It Is possible this sanctlnn may not
be granted, but It Is hardly likely, and if
it 9 given, the Third district will be a per
manent organization. This Is the first
definite step toward substituting a biennial
for the present aniiiiil convention of all
the clubs of the state, a plan that lias
been much discussed and that was defeated
tha Kearney meeting last October. The
matter Is certain to come up again, prob
ably at the next atnte meeting at Hast
ings next October, but It is hardly likely
the result will be different, notwithstanding
the action of the Third district, for there
Is little question that the other districts of
the state are not yet ready for this plan.
It must come eventually, however, and
within a year or two probably. The Third
district Is the strongest of the state. Its
rtlnh mi-A flnnrlfliiliiff nnA within pnmnflrn.
tIvey eay acoesl of each otncri wM(.h
greatly facilitated district federation work.
To these clubs an annual state convention
Is not necessary. A biennial convention
would serve every purpose better for the
anual district meeting would not only pro
vide all tha Inspiration necessary, but
would serve to strengthen the work of the
On the other hnnd. the other districts of
the state are not yet ready to dispense
with the annual state convention nnd all of
them could not sunport an annual district
convention. The Fifth and Sixth districts
hM district conventions for the first time
th pring. while the Third hns held four,
A bipnntai convention would be a decided
detriment to tho weaker districts If the
district meeting was not strong, so for
t)lB reason the biennial meeting can hardly
come before another year. Iowa affords
on f the best examples of the success
0f the hlennlnl state and annual district
plan and while Nebraska's population Is
eR9 evenly distributed thnn Iowa's It will
not be many yesrs before the plan will
operate here as well as there.
The fifth annual meeting of the Methodist
Woman's Home Missionary society of the
Omaha district will be held Tuesday. April
30, at the Hunscom Park Methodist church.
The Bills illustrated music courses thnt
are attracting so much attention all over
the United States were originated by Miss
Effa Ellis, the well known music teacher.
She has the largest correspondence music
school In the world, located at Chambers'
academy, Omaha, U24 Farnam street. There
Effa Ellis Becomes Famous
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teed to u nt ucr, may be pres. -tiled at aid
ers tight courses, suitable for beginners cr ; school and threby aatisfy the faculty of
advanced students. Four for students, one a well balanced k.iowl .lse. and can on!y
for school teachers, two f"r n-.us.c teachers r'ce them uIi-ad in tluir curse of study,
and a harmony course. Miss Ellis has ul- , M-sic lovers are se.iicl.lnj tor this broader
ways been recognised as one of the most , kuuwlcdge. and we predict that tho E!l!s
enthusiastic and gifted teachers of music ' system will s -on be in gcne'al use through-
In the west, the unvarying success of her
tenchers and students testify to Iter ability
and conscientious work. Miss Ellis U
leachlr.7 pupils fctul toachera In all parts
of ttie L nileJ Biales ..d liis firct access
Mrs. William Oorst is president of the
society. Mrs. M. Msvberry Is vice presi
dent, Mrs. H. S. Rhoades Is secretary.
Hrs M. D. Cameron is corresi ondbig
secretary, Mts. A. Ijingtree Is treasurer
and M!ss J. M. Chambers is custodian of
mite boxes. The following program has
! A. 'M.-Hrnin Si ?: scripture. Mr.
P.-Ulrnw. prayer. Mrs. Ibmer; greeting.
Mrs. 1'ond: resporse. Mrs Notion, appoint
ment of committees; reading of minutes
Mrs RhoMd.s, recording se.retnry; solo.
Mrs. t ress, y; reports of district corre
sponding scretarv. Mrs Cameron; "The
le st 1 hliiK In Mr Auillliry." ixlbary
presidents, adjournment Lunch served by
the wonun of Unnse-m !irk church.
1 P. M H vnin No. ; scripture. Mrs.
Carson: priver. Mr Retiv; eeion of
liiicers; solo, "The 1 rd Is Mim'tul of His
C.vn" Mis ("Hnson; ttddres .. M's Nellie
Snider, national organizer; reports of com
mittees. .. ...
K P M Queen Frtber Rnby-Hymn N.
910- crr'pturo, Miss Wnrd; prayer. lt"r. J.
F. povnivr; 1uct, Mlws M v Poff srd
Huhv ilnvnebln: address Miss Nellie
FnMer; song, students of Deaf nnd Dumb
The Women's Missionary society of tn
Second Presbyterian church met Friday
afternoon nt the home of Mrs. F. M.
Hnmlllng, 2ni Ames avenue. Mrs. Emma
F. Pyera gave a talk on methods of In
teresting women In missionary work, ad
vocating thnt they study geography until
there shall be no foreign countries, and
s'.udy humanity until there are no foreign
The musical department of the Omaha
Women's club held its last meeting (
the spring Thursday afternoon In the clut
rooms, about ninety women being present.
M'ss Blanche Rorenson was re-rlerted
leader. Mrs. J. H. Sharry, assistant leader,
and Mrs. Frank Slabnugh, secretary and
treasurer. An informal program was
given, followed by an Informal ttr-cptlon.
The rooms were prettily decorated and the
refreshment table had an effective trim
ming of red nnd white. Among the de
partment members who assisted In the
serving were: Mmes. C. C. Cope, J. R.
Scsnnell, Frank Slabaugh, J. H. Sharry,
Mioses Ingred Peterson and Marlon Ward.
The Wrmnn's club of the R.allwny Mall
service held Its April meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank
IIolz at Walnut Hill. Following the busi
ness hour Mrs. John Taylor gavV a talk
on parliamentary usage. It was Nebraska
day with the club and the afternoon pro
gram touched upon Nebraska Institutions
and history. Mrs. F. W. Miller, president
of the club, and a native of Nebraskn,
talked of the early days In the state and
some of the hardships endured by those
who helped to build it. Refreshments fol
lowed, the hostess being assisted by Mrs.
D. C. Dodds. Mrs. J. T. Johnson will
entertain the May meeting of the club.
A silver Demorest medal coptest will be
held at Custcllar Presbyterian church
next Tuesday evening under the auspices
of the local Women's Christian Temper
ance union, the contestants all to be
Miss Magee, city missionary, has been
conducting a modest bit of settlement
work at Mllchel chapel, east of I'nion
Station, for the past few weeks. One
room of the chapel has been fitted up for
Sunday school work and another as a
temporary shelter for persons In need.
Eleven people have been cared for In this
room since It was opened.
COLONIST NOVEL IN BERLIN
Sensation la (ansed by Revelation nf
Some German Methods
BERLIN, April 27. (Special.) Germany's
first colonial novel has Just appeared ana
It is already causing something of a sensa
tion. It is entitled "African Laurels," and
Is the same sort of exposure of the Ger
man system as the military novel, "Jena
or Sedan," which excited widespread at
tention three years ago. The author, Herr
Alfred Funke, draws a frank and vivid
picture of the German's colonising prac
tices for the patriotic purpose of illustrat
ing the burdens of an over-sea empire
and of teaching his countrymen the duty
of bearing them.
Many of the characters are drawn from
ronl life and are easily recognizable, espe
cially the former governor, now resident
in London, Dr. Carl Peters.
At the same time "Idols," a play by Herr
Richards Kueas, a former colonial civil
servant, has had its first presentation in
Gorlitz. It Is a vigorous Indictment of
German colonial methods und deals vividly
with the situation that provoked the
Ranter for Mitchell Schools.
MITCHELL, 8. D., April n.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) The Board of Education last night
elected Prof. M. M. I tarn or as principal of
the high school for the ensuing year at a
salary of $1,300. Trof. Rnmer retired at the
first of the year as state superintendent of
public Instruction. Superintendent lloff'a
salary was increased to 11,700. .
of her correspondence work In music Is due
to many years of hard study and experi
ence In tenchlng.
The lack of theoretical training In study
ing music retards the advancement of the
student. A pupil does not go to school
and st'Jdy reading alone, but all branches
are taken up; so it should be with music.
The Bliis Illustrated music courso Is a
conservatory training on the branches of
harmony, analysis, musical hl.'tory, musical
vocabulary and ear training. This last
branch comprises the most complete set
of exercises published and the results of
these are shown In the development of
Helen Plyrce, a student nine years old, who
finished the twenty weeks' course. She
names any note or number of notes struck,
distinguishes all major, minor, diminished
and augmented chords, scales. Intervals,
cadences, modulations, transposes and
plays in any key.
Miss Ellis gives free personal instruction
to tluiao In tho two cities who take the
correspondence courses. The many classes
of all grades make it possible for a student
of any advancement to take up the con
servatory training at any tir.io. Visitors
are always welcome at her school and It
Is a matter of g.-neral education to Investi
gate her wonderful method of leaching
Tiie system has some strong endorse
ments from mulcl:n.i who are In a posi
tion to know what a conservatory liaii;ia
means. The ciurhi) (loos not Interfere with
the private teacher; sjcIi a tli .r iwh train
ing only aids the couscieittiou.i tcachir. It
balances the etuienis and fives ilium u
broader musical education, which Is some
thing more tnan i!.e playing of the. Instru
ment. If a student Is r.iilicipatlng study
at u cunsei vatory they will save lime and
money by taking the E'.iin ours? ui.d le-
celving the int.tic.ite. which, with the
J three huniiiei uest!c.i- ihi are cuaran-
i out tho country.
Miss Ellis' adult class will meet Tursdav
eventns at 7 o'clock in the IVrlicId I'iano
cuiii:any's p.rlors, lSil Farr.aiu street.
, V ji.li wticoi.ie.
J5W The Banquet Hall .rXl 1510
nOWai'Q Mmient iiml is cs prinlly equipped for the aocommo.hition of ljOVJ3fd
societies v.u clubs lioldaiv: rerul;ir dinners. Adequate and com- Cf
pi tent service is assured at all times.
The Bakery Lunch The Restaurant 7ie Cafe
This l.i nni.hatlcnliy the fa- This i the original of the T,, ,.,, , mn popili,r
vorlte of the busy lmslnoss man. Chesapeake caterlug rooms. It with family i-r.mps and small
The best of pastries, our own hns a counter extending the en- parties of fti.ndi who wish a
make, served with coffee, tea. tire leneth or the room bslde qu,Pt' "nl" hU' "lu", r nnl'd Bt"
biliv z;?:t $ ,,o.?,n "vh 'r. n;:
tnr ..Ju"0l "me The fnvorite -noonday resort for Uurle Mouiton s orchestra
tor a cup or coiree. Services business nun who desire a Rood, every Sunday from ll a. m. to
Is maintained at tho highest substantul meal at reasonable "n,i ,-ViJv ,.'v1,'"1" T"m
Standard. - rost 0 to 8 p. m. Special rooms for
luBl- small private parties.
TIlP FoUndrltinn nf All rtoous service: good cooking, cheerful purroundlngs, a desire
. i 7.,7: l 1 ani1 n determination to give our customers at all times the best
the market affords, served In the most appetizing style and at prices consistent with the service Is the foun
dation on which we have built. Nowhere west of Chicago Is there a more complete eating establishment
Whethex a hasty cup of coHee with rolls; a substantial dinner; a leisurely elegant luncheon or an elaborate,
banquet, we are prepared to servo you and always with appropriate surroundings. Each department Is sep
arate and distinct from the other and yet the same high standard of service Is maintained In each One visit
will convince you The Cheasapeake le Omaha's best catering house with a seating capacity of seven hundred
The Paxton Cafe
In addition to the High-Class a la
Carte Service will serve a
Special Table cTHote
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER TODAY AT
Why bother about getting up a sundny
dinner at home. Get on the cur and come
down town and enjoy our special menu
lor the day.
See us about your refreshments.
We ao-e prepared to furnish part
or all of the refreshments re
quired. For Weddings, Teas, Receptions,
Card Parties, etc., we will take
entire charge and relieve you alto
gether of the trouble and respon
sibility of the preparing and serv
ing. If desired, we furnish Linen,
Silver, China, etc.
Our charges are very "reason
able. Our Sunday Table d'Hota
Dinnsr is Very Pop
ular. 50 Gents
1518-20 Farnam St.
VINTON ST. PARK
OMAHA vs, DENVER
April 25, 26, 27 and 2a
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, LADIES' DAT
GAMES CALLED 3:45 P. M.
f-PfTENTtt that PROTECT-
H t A B U.SE'.lstS'(iton.D.C- IsHt
The Twentieth Century Farmer
BnirUil ! 1JS ,e"-
To ,5e Played ff
ll NEXT ItKdTAL II
II In our auditorium, on
Stk May 1, 11)07, at 3:30 p. 4V
KcfJ is called the 13
It brings out the prin- 1
clpnl meloily clearly and II
dlBtinctly above the ac- II
' INVKHTIOATE! J
Attend our bl-wel(ly II
I Free lJianola recitals u'ld 1
II learn ni'iiu tibnul litis it
11 wonderful instrument,
V that anyone can operate fL
j-Vj successtully. lVk.
J Kchnioller & Mueller 1
If 1311-1313 Parid.a St. 11
11 Tel. Souglas .C36 II
t . liint'iwjH:..w-i
1516 Dodge St
Table d'llote Dinner,
40c and 50c, Sunday
1616 Farnam Street-New York Life Bld.-May 1st
MOYER STATIONERY CO.
MR. JEAN P. DUfflELD
ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF
HIS STUDIO TO SUITE 404.05,
BOYD THEATER BUILDING,
AFTER MAY 1, 1907
Have You Noticed What
9 Delicate Works of
Q Art Are the
y WHICH KRAXDEIS GIVES FREE g
fi WITH ALL PURCHASES f)
OF f 10 OR MORE?
PERFECTLY REPRODUCED g
FROM ANY GOOD
All the beauty of the handjjj
$ painted ivory or' porcelain
SEE THE SAMPLES AT
N MEDALLION COL'XTEU
" Any of our ekiks will Im Itid
JtJ to explain ulxmt thcni. js
A Store for Everybody.
HELP ADVERTISE OMAHA
Ibt lies t or Frleada.
;. as ata.
OF f 10 OR MORE? 5
New Bar and Chili
MFXICAN CHILI COW CARlf? AWTJ
ITAXIAJT SPAGHETTI A SPECIALTY
Special Attention Is Given to Orders)
WI GTJABAJTTEB PBOMPT AKD TO'
OPEN AI.Ii NIGHT
816 S. 14ta St. Donrlas 4449
Zialles' Chill Parlor Upstairs
OPEN IN OUR
4 SenrT,. Mat. Today
BPOrrOBD ft POWELL Presents
Portello and Minor
In the New MuBlcal Comedy,
A Taatureful Toustalu of Tun
3i.s., Thursday May 2
OSCAB HAWDLEB and Company In
Tho Famous i'erennlal Buccess,
OH THE BRIDGE
A Pernio Masterpiece.
Tha Oalsbratad Jack-KnUs Brldft
Next. Sun THE COW PUWCHEB.
A FEW MONDAY SPECIALS I
Plnuuil's Tullet Powder
Juva Hlee powder......
IaltiiiehH Powder. . .
linger (liillet Violet Powder
,S .vlnton's Tooth Powder
Beaton Drug Co.
15th and Farnam
A Home School t T Younn Women and
Gills Mud-Its holdlMK certllealeS lOVer-
Ini In full ! .an.-oc . . .-luents of
he I nlverMtv of NeLieff-'i i.t low.i.
wie iolll.itt.d Wlin nil oj.ii .''.'.'
ior t-.ir 'f adMinee rovirse.
Cerilfti ale In
.r.-r'.ry.. .trr ... . - .
V'..-ar. Wellesley niio.M, .,.. .,.,,,.
f.,iv.rflty or M'wai'iii.
Wls.in and IMo-rMty or v in. S(fo
Fxrei.lional udv.inlMK" Music Art and
i,,,,,,.;,!,. .-,l.roe Well enmpoed fyram.
Iiini an.l oi.l l-.r sforts. Students moth
tied swnoiith.li.-iilly ''y women of lana
r,a't"al ni-riH... with RlrU In that
lilnhly Imwrtant formative period betwtajj
, Tirieen n"J tniy-one yeurs vt ago.
bend lor Illustrated Vear Uou.
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