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NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Hii Lynn Curtis Entertains Sun
i ( day Night Supper Party.
WEEK'S CALENDAR IS GROWING
Mtaelar'a Mall Brlntjs Cards (or K.
Beted and t'aeapreted AfTalre
. Brldae Claba Will Hold
A delightful auppor party was given Bun
day by Mlsa Lynn Curtis at her home
after which an Informal evening was spent.
The guesta were seated at small tables and
covers wera placed for Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Brogan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kountse, Mr. . and Mrs. Frank Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
K. M. Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. William S.
Poppleton, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Cowsrill, Mr.
and Mra. E. H. Sprague, Mrs. Wheeler,
Mlsa Dewey, Miss Donne. Mrs. Meredith
Nicholson, Miss Yates, Miss Curtis, Mr.
Earl Gannett, Mr. Charles Saunders, Mr.
II. T. tmlst. Dr. LeKoy Crummer, Mr.
Luther Drake and Mr. Joseph Ualdrlge.
Omaha friends of Miss Pauline Mills.
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ANSON'S "Specialties" . 1
Club Breakfast Nonday Luncheon
isix O'clock Dinner
' Ladies' Afternoon Teaa
.Card Party .Luncheons
ThrJty Bohemian Table D'Hote
(wine Included)' ,
Sunday fcipeoUl Table- D'Hote
Ba.nu.uets Cllvuo tspecinl Attention
Finest C uisine .
' ' , Moat EJieellwnt Service
Kverythlntf at Haoaofi'a'ls-arlginal
and prior s are more reasonable than
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mills,
were surprised to hear of her wedding laBt
week to Mr. William Lewis Temple of
South Bend, Ind. The wedding took place
at South Bend, where Mrs. Mills and
Miss Mills were visiting at the home of
Mr. Temples' parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Temple will live In South Bend. Miss Mills
graduated last -year from Brownell Hall
and was recognized as one of the most
clever young women of the younger set.
She had pronounced dramatic ability as
well as beauty and had a host of friends
in Omaha. ,
Monday Brldare Club.
Mrs. A. L. Beed Was hostess this week
of the meeting, of the Monday Bridge club.
Besides the members of the club those
present were Mrs. Meredith Nicholson of
Indianapolis, the guest of Mrs. Charlt a
Kountse; Mrs. Holterhoff of Los Angeles,
guest f Mrs. W. A. Redlck; Mrs. W. A.
Faxton and Mra. Eastman.
Cards were Issued Monday by Mr. and
Mrs. Jamea K. Baum and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward A. Cuduhy for a cotillion to b
given Monday evening, November 30, at S
o'clock at Chambers' academy for Mlsa
Jean Cudahy and Miss Brownie Bess Bauiu.
Invitations were also Usaed Monday for
an afternoon tea to be given by Mrs. Ed
ward A. Cudahy Saturday afternoon, No
vember J8, from 4 to 6 o'clock In honor of
her daughter. Miss Jean Cudahy, at their
home on South Thirty-ninth street.
Mrs. Glen Wharton wUl entertain at
.irlrige Tuesday afternoon at her home.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Ben Cotton and
Mrs. Jerome Magee will give a bridge
party at the home of tha latter on South
Mrs. Thomas Brown will give a large card
party on Monday, November 13, for MIbs
Elizabeth Ferguson, who tits lately re
turned from a atay of some time In Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. T. Btlt will give a
dinner Thursday evening at their home In
honor of Rev. and Mrs. Robert B. ll. Bell,
who leave) soon for their new home In Des
Goldea Glow dab.
Previous to hur departure for Shenan
doah, la., whera she will make her future
home. Mrs. J. S. - Ronk entertained the
members of the Golden Glow club at her
home Friday afternoon. Prises were won
by Mrs. Bemish and Mrs. Wapplea. Mrs.
Ronk was presented with aoroe hand
painted platea. Those y present were Mes
damea L. J. Withrow. J. ' Holmberg, J.
Ayras. Wapplns. -J..M. Wvlsh, W.' Wlgga.
9. Weaver, C. H. Gates, A. F. L5atee, G. R.
Rathbun, G. Roche, C. ..Graves. W. Bush,
A: Alagard, H A. Withrow, Mlna Cockerall
said C Wlndquist.'
rum. aad Go (.oasis).
Mrs. A. M. Ferguson and daughter, Mra.
Elisabeth Ferguson, have returned from a
even months' sojourn In Europe.
Mr. and Mra. W. A. Paxton, Jr., and little
daughter. Prairie Paxton, will leave De
cember 18 for Cleveland, O., whera they
wjll spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs.
Fasten s mother, Mrs. Short.
Mra. Campbell Cletser of Weeping Water.
Neb., spent the week's 'end the guest of
Mrs. A He D. Millie. '
- Mr. and Mra, E. 11. Sprague, wlto have
a aammer boms near the Country club, will
he with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Balch, 117 North
Fortieth street, this winter, .and will move
on December 1.
Mrs. Robert Doherty of Tankton, 8. D.,
has arrived to spend a few days with her
son, Mr. Selwyn Doherty, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Luther Kountze leave Mon
day evening for a short visit In New York
City. , N
Mrs. Ella Squires and Mrs. Hoxie Clark
are visiting In Chicago. Mrs. Squires will
accompany Mrs. Clark to her home In St.
Louis and remain until after the holidays.
Mr. and Mra. John T. Yates left SVinday
evening for a two weeks' trip to New Yorit
JET IS HIGHLY FASHIONABLE
Worn by Women of All A area n Vs.
' rlona Dainty Expensive
S orel ties.
Jet Is wonderfully fashionable just now
and li used In every conceivable shape
from earrings to trimmings. They are
v-orn by women of all ages and on many
occasions. They ars shown In complete
sots. Including a tiara, barrette, earrings,
collar and bracelets. A dainty and inex
pensive tiara has a handsomely carved
butterfly poised In midair.
The earrings are pearl shaped, finished
with the pear shaped drops. The collars ot
Jet are broad bands of splendid brilliancy
und are shown from t7 up, according t
the quality of the jet. There is such bt
effort to have harmony In combining col
ors that Jewels are now designed to matoi
the costumes. Pule blue and gray arc a
favorite combination, mirh as cat's eye
with taupe, and amethyst with mauve.
The directoire Influence Is seen In Jew
elry. This Is especially noticeable In tha
handaonicly carved amber and tortoisa
shell bandeaus and in the Ion?, narrow
bands of velvet and satin woven In gold
and silver and finished with tassels to
The directoire sashes are being trimmed
with directoire buckles made of cut steel
silver and geld. The sat includes a large
buckle worn at the waist on the right sldt
and a smaller buckle fastened through tin
loop. These buckles range from 1 10 to JM
Bridgeport Man Mardertd.
WINNIPEG. Man., Nov. l.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Frank Nadou of Bridgeport,
Neb., was murdered at Paynton, Sask.
Toothsome and Tender
Crisp, grlicloas foldta brawl (lakes
aude Irta Select White Car.
"Tha Taate Lingara"
Postum Cereal Company Limited.
Battle Creek Mich.
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TOT CLUB WOMEN ARE DOING
Executive Board Nebraska Federation
Holds First Conference at York.
STATE COMMITTEES APPOINTED
Six ex-Prealdenta of Federation Will
Serve as Members Two Eirru- (
tlve Officers Appointed to
Ten of the thirteen members of the new
executive board of the Nebraska Federa
tion of Women's clubs attended the first
conference of the board which waa held
at York, yesterday. The women present
Mrs. F. H. Colo, president, 1810 Spencer
street, Omaha; Mrs. Max Hostetter. vlco
president, Shi lton; Mrs. W. D. Mead, flnan.
clal secretary. York; Mrs. W. Sj Swanson,
corresponding secretary, Oakland; Mrs. i .
A. Yeoman, treasurer. Elwood; Mrs. J. K.
L. Carev, auditor, BancrofM Mrs. O. M.
Stonebraker. general federation secretary,
171 B street. Lincoln. District vine presi
dents: Mrs. T. J. OlBt. First distrt.-t, l alls
Cllv; Mrs. W. H. Davidson. Fi end fti
trlct. Springfield and Mrs. L. I. Cowan,
Fourth district, Ashland.
Two vacancies were filled on the board,
that of treasurer, caused by the resignation
-f Mrs. French, and that of vice presi
dent of the Fourth district, caused
sy tha resignation of Mrs. D. B.
Topsy of Falrbury, through Illness
n her family. Mrs. C. A. Yoeman of El
wood was appointed treasurer and Mrs.
L. I. Conun of Ashland, district vlcu presi
dent. Almost all tho committee appoint
ments were made but these cannot be an
nounced until the women have responded
to their appointment. An Important ff-ature
-f the committee work this year will be the
ervlce of six ex-state presidents on stand
ing committees of the state. Mrs. H. L.
Keefe. the retiring state president has sc
"epted the chairmanship of the program
-nmmlttee and Mrs. A. W. Field of Lin--nln
the chairmanship of the civil service
-eform committee. The other appointments
have not yet been given out.
Following the plm of the gentiral feder
ation the civics and forestry committee was
reorganised In two separate committees,
Mrs. W. H. Harrison of York being ap
pointed chairman of the forestry committee
and Mrs. C. II. Glover of Omaha, chairman
of the civics committee.
Thursday evening Mrs. W. D. Wead en
tertained the members of the board at din
ner and in the evening the Avon club held
reception for the visiting women and
for the members of the Bev'ew and Art club
and the Woman's club of York at the horns
of Mra. C. A. McClo' d. Frldny. Mrs. W.
H. Harrison entertained the, board at
luncheon. From York. Mrs. Cole went to
Hastings and accompanied Mrs. Morev,
eha'rman of the state art committee to
Hclrege. where Mrs. Morey exhibited
the new state collection of pottery and
trave a lectyre on that subject. Katurrlav
"fternoon the Holdrege club .women h-ld
sn Informal reception for Mrs. Cole and
Mrs. Morev at the ho"-e of Mis. llva'.t.
Woman's flub lee.":iii:. ',
The memltrsliip of the Omaha Woman's
.-lull conlluucs tu grow, five new names
being proposed at Monday afternoon's open
meeting. During the business session the
club endorser! the work of Mrs. Harriet
MjcMurphy as deputy state food inspector
and recommended her reappointment to
that office under the new state administra
tion.' Mrs. MacMurphy la widely known
among the women of the state and has
their confidence and 1t Is expected that
the clubs will unite In asking her reap
polntment as food Inspector. The women
feel that as housekeepers und purchasers
of food they are most closely concerned
In food conditions and that they should be
allowed a voice In the choice of Inspector
The program ot the afternoon was pre
sented by the civil service committee of
the club. Mrs. F. H. Cole, chairman of
the committeo, gave a report of her work
and Mrs. N. H. Nelson reported the civil
service session of the Boston biennial, also
a visit to Deer IbI.iikI. Rev. Robert B. H
Bell spoke of the Douglas county detention
school, his talk being followed by a gen
eral discussion, led by Mrs. Harriet Heller,
superintendent of the schoul. A vocal num
ber by Mrs. Powers concluded the program
Mra. Fairbanks on Pure Food.
Mrs. C. W. Fairbanks, wife of the vice
j president, at the recent meeting of the
Jiiillaiia state Federation of Women's
Clubs, took an adavneed stand on the
pure food question. Mrs. Fairbanks, unlike
her husband, who Is noted for his evenness
of expression, did not mince words. "It Is
criminal," she said, "for packers of meat
and food purveyors to adulterate the food
which la taken to sustain life, and which
mothers give to thuir children. You women
are doing right to take up the fight for
pure food, and when these men come to
realize that women, who have the choice
or foods, will have none of their poisonous,
adulterated stuff, then at last they will
come to their senses."
HAPGOOD AND GIBSON HERE
Collier Editor and Artist Visit Omaha
" Flying West
LATTER LOOKING FOR NEW TYPES
Twelve new Bills returned
More Indictments Are Brought In by
tbe Grand Jury, but ot
As a sequel to the expulsion of A. 11.
Anderson from tho county grand Jury
Creston Hansen, a grocer living at 1"32
North Seventeenth street and running a
j store at 2. Sherman avenue, waa made a
member of tho Jury Monday morning to
fill Mr. Anderson's place and the work
which was Interrupted by the Anderson
hearing was taken up anew. Hansen was
brought In as a talesman by Sheriff Hi alky
and was Immediately quullf led.
Deputy County Attorney Maguey has not
yet filed a complaint for contempt proceed
ings ag.tinst Anderson, but will do so within
the next few djys at the diiettlon of JuiJgo
The grand Jury returned twelve Indlrt
mcnts Monday morning, all but three of
which were withheld from public Inspection
because the arrests have not been made.
Onu of the bills waa against L. F. Living
stone, charged with forging the endorse
ment of Sol I'lbacli in a certified check
for .-j on thu Fremont National bank.
William I'ullo k. charged with breaking
into a I'nion Pacific car and stealing p.'.UI
worth of goods, was also Indicted. Thomas
FiU'g'Tald Is uIho charged in another bill
nUli nit .lug u t'ol n Pacific ia. and Sie.l
Uig a Li- uf be of liver worth k
Hapsood la Picking; Up Points on
the Sltaatloa "Out West"
Editor Leaks More Like
Norman Hapgood, editor of Collier's, and
C. Dana Gibson were In Omaha Monday
for tho double purpose of seeing the city
and enlivening tho tedium of a trip In the
Pacific coast by a day on terra firma. Mr.
Gibson la hunting new types and Hapgood
combining a pleasure trip with tho acqui
sition of knowledge of political conditions.
One who has never seen pictures of tha
two men might easily mistake one for the
other. Mr. Hapgood looks much more like
a man afflicted with '.lie artistio tempera,
munt than his fellow traveler who is a
tall, well set-up man entirely devoid of
the mannerisms of dreBS or gesture sup
posed to be peculiar to men of the atelier
and studio. His hands are thoso of an
artist, however. They are large, but not
disproportionately so, and the fingers are
flexible and tapering.
Mr. Hapgood does not, however, suggest
tho young students of the Beaux Arts or a
flowing-haired musician, although he Is
more of an esthete In appearanco than
Gibson. . In a faint way, he reminds one
of the drawings of DuMaurlor of the ex
cessively esthetic faddists who flourished
In the early 'Ws. This suggestion Is, of
course, highly lilielous, fortthere are few
men who combine so much common senso
with genuine culture as does he. (
Doubtful as' to 'Frisco.
Mr! Hapgood is not so optimistic as many
over the situation with regard to the prose
cution of the grafters'and particularly with
reference to the shooting of Francis J.
Heney. On this point he said:
"I should like to believe that the assault
of Heney will arouse public opinion In
California and result In good, but 1 am
not really able to believe it. The enthus
iasm for political and business moral im
provement in Ban Francisco and through
out Califorla seems to have spent Itself
and the little group of men headed by
Heney and Opreckles have had to fight
recently almost alone. Therefore, for
Heney to Le Incapacitated, la likely to result
In favor of the forces who wish to return
to tha old system. With Hearst bought
up by Harrlman and various other news
paper owners takfcn Into camp by the street
railway crowd In the city, or the Southern
Pacific crowd In the state, the outlook Is
none too good."
Discussing the presidential election, Mr.
Hapgood said he thought the defeat pf
Bryan In New York as elsewhere, was to
be explained "because the majority of the
American people do not think that Bryan
measures up to the Job."
The editor plainly felt well over Gov
ernor Hughes' victory and declared tiiat he
thought he would have beaten Chanter e"en
if the presidential contest had not been a
Gibson Is lopklng for'new types and will
scour the west for them. He wished to
know if there were any Indiana whom hu
could sketch In this vicinity and was as
sured that there were quite a number, but
not of the copper-colored variety.
tilbaoa Talks of His Work. '
Speaking of his work In tho future, Mr.
"I plan to work In two directions equally
luier.tttng to me; or, perhaps, I might say
In three directions, aa my color work will
have two brandies. Some of It will Le
done for reproduction and will appear in
Collier's. Then I shall go right ahead with
my (Minting of portraits and shall give,
perhaps, half of my time for the whole
future to that work. It has taken a very
strong and permanent hold of me and I
feel that I have mastered1 at least the
grammer-of It. ' ' '-:
"At the same time my Interest In black
and white has never flagged, and I never
expect It to. When I take It up again It.
f nlllar'a In m f.w YJL'ar.lr . tt tvlll rtrhilr.tlj.aa
be somewhat affected by my trip abroad
and by this trip that I am now maklnal
through the west and northwest, but V
shall always wish to express In thai
medium a certain side of life that Interestt
e Intensely; what might be called, per-
aps, the observation of human nature It
detail the minor Incidents, the satire, tht
special traits of character. Now, a man
can no more express these things in oil
than he could express In black and white
the intricate shadings and values by which
woman's hair shades Into her forehead, or
the graduations of value from the cheek
to the neck, or the quality of the com
plexion. Reaches for Larger Work.
"A few years ago I decided that I was un
willing to go through my life expressing
only half of my interest. I knew that a
new and difficult art could not be mastered
while I was emerged In the same life and
the same work that I had so long known.
Therefore, I broke away from my black
and "white for the time being and from my
environment and went abroad to stay until
I had learned the rudiments, at least, of
the new medium. I worked as Intensely as
It was In me to work at the iiroblems of
jvu, wiiiio BiuMyiug me gieui masters 01
portrait painting In Spain, Italy, Holland,
France, Germany and England. I feel now
that I have mastered the alphabet and that
I can go on expressing myself more fretly
and more satisfactorily every year, Each
of these arts Is mods more satisfying by
the fact that It. la supplemented.' and . t,hat,
therefore, I can feel that I arrf hot leaving
unexpressed a large part of ths things In
the worlt) which Interests me most."
The two men arrived In Omaha early
Monday morning and put up at the Paxton.
They spent the morning In an auto ride
around the city and to Fort Omaha, and
in the af tvrnoon received a number : of
callers. They left for Denver at 4:10 and
will go from there to San Francisco.
Messrs. Hapgood and Gibson were enter
tained at lunch at the Omaha olub hjr
Victor Rosewater, editor of the Bee.
Deo want ads are business boosters.
JOE EXPECTS TO LAND SURE
Butler Therefore Thinks It Strange
of (iovernor-Eleet for Artlng
Without Ilia Knowledge.
Joe Butler, who Imagines he will be able
to get Governor-elect Sliallenberger to ap
point him chief oil Inspector, suys he thinks
it rather strange that the incoming execu
tive should announce the appointment of a
couuje of assistant ell Inspectors without
first advising with him. Mr. Butler ssys,
however, that he hopes the two men Mr.
Shaslenbeiger has promised to appoint will
prove good officials and that they will work
In harmony with the chief. '
Frank Plunck, who waa a candidate for
chief oil Inspector, has decided to take thu
Job of assistant oil Inspector for tbe Second
district and It Is said that he has a "cinch"
on the place. Mr. 8hallenberger wtll visit
Omaha Friday, und at that time Mr. Planck
and the Hcores of other hungry office
seekers will do their best to make his stay
"pleasant" with petitions for Jobs.
The two assistant oil Inspectors the new
governor hut decided to uppotnt, according
to announcement, are Fred Pratt of
Humphrey for the Third district and M. J.
Bouse of David City for the Fourth,
'Ihe lad Hand
removes liver Inaction and bowel stoppags
with Dr. Kings New Life nils, the pal
less regulators. Z',c. For sale by Bea