Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 10, 1912, Page 6, Image 6
TIIB BEE: 0M1UIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912. t For.the Mu Sigma to Entertain: Ma 8lgm club, on ot th oldest and Wt known study club of Oman a, will celebrate In twentieth birthday with a dinner party and Play the evening of February" at the Futoa hotel. The hasbanda o( th member will be gue'U ' f th dub. Th dub hu bMi studying thla atuoa th Ellsabethan period of English lltf ature giving mow of Ita Urn t the dramas of Snekesprar. Th play given by the dub will be "Shakwpeara'i Ladles peak at Last." In which the members wlQ Unpersoeat th women of th great dramatist s plays. Social Events Today lira. W. E. McKsnne u hostess thla afternoon (or the meeting of on of th smaller brUgr club. Two table of play er were present. Mrs. X. P. Borer entertained the mera7 bar ot th Chanmonte club thu after noon at ker bom. Th afternoon waa agent playing bridg and two table of player were prevent. Mart afasaev Abb Kaater. atara-uerlt O'Rourke. . I .IJMI Frank Ryder. A. Voa Dcalee. Sidney Haster. Will Howard, Oeo atyrna. Mi Ruck Oiliest. Clement Maritn. Joseph OlllaST Coemer Murphy, Percy J en kin. Itrk Larmon. A aurprta party was given Wednesday evening at th bom of Mr. and Mr. William Baker la celeb ratio of taelr fourth wadding anniversary. Tboae oree eat wen: Mr. and Mr. Ha Her. Mr. and Mm Lafferty. . . Mr. and Mr, fvhulta Mr. amt M,r. Waller. Mr. and Mr. I'augberty. Mr. Win, . . . Mr. Vv. J1. Latterly. Mr. Robert. Jjougnerty. , . , . . Ml- vbgkqJJ) m. ...... ... .vbgkojJJ Christina Smith. Andrea Smith.. .... Mia Anna Nee I waa hoetea at aa In formal card party ' Monday even! of. Table war Biased for: Misses- Mleeea France Nebl. Helvy Oawta, -EeteUe Jsnees, . Mraara Mmn- Raioh Klewlt, Oeenre ktewltt John Drexai. Kuatla tamer. barsen. A. Blaocnard, i. 1. tear. A. Larson, a Riley, M. Cook. ' Engagement Th engatrtment I announced of Mix Kins M. Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William K. Man hall, to Mr. Arthur O. schretber. Both Mta Marshall aad Mr. Bcoralber attended th Omaha high school, after whk-h Mr. Dchrelber at iid.II i Ik Unlrerslty of Kebraaka where he ana a member f th Al(iha Thet CM fraternity. Th wedding wOl take piss In March. 0. H. S. Activities The Cadet OfOeera erub hep which will be held nut Friday arming at inhere' I the all-Important aoeial topla tor (be students, especially th Juniors and seniors, st present. Most of th ottlaars bar already filled out programs which will consist of twenty numbers. The grand march wttl be led by Mia KaOMrta Oould ana Rs HouV ton, centals of Carmaaay B aad president of th ameer chlh. i At Fort Crook ! On at lb larger social affairs of the weak will be the reception and hop siren this craning by th officer and ladla of (Tort Crook la be nor of Colonel and Mrs. .WUttsat C. Buttler, who hare reasnlly mail I th Best. In th receiving Use wm be Colonel ana Mrs, Buttler, Colons! and Mrs. Ailelr and Mrs, Atkinson, Officer sad ladles of Fort Omaha and Omaha and about fifty guests from Omaha have been Invited. Preceding th hop Csptals and Mrs. Jobs Singleton wltaar wUl entertain at dinner for Colonel and Mr. William Buttler, sad their guests will then attend th daaoa. Those present will be: Colonel and Mr. William Buttler, , Major and Mr Allaire, Chaplain and Mr. John ChenowMb, Lleuteitant and Mrs. John Bubb, Captain and airs. John ft. Bwltter, Jrtise Katnerllne Moorbead. hi lea France Oil ben. lieutenant John K. Cswan,' Lieuteiutnt Wllaea. . I Pleasures Past Mrs. A. W. Weloott gar a kenalagton at her horn today and entertained Ir tb earn way Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. I. P. Fallon entertained i Informally at dinner hut evening at their hum la honor of Mrs. Anthony gtlert of it Mara, la. Mr. aad Mrs. Cook entertained Thurs day afternoon at her homo In honor of bar 1 mother . esnty-flrat , birthday. Those present war Mesdame M. Ras , auasee, JC Ksirar. F. Borenson. W. Oarrard. A, Cheanter, Charles Lows, F. Mis Harris Anderson entsrtalned In . honor ot a party of Orel goto medical etudeota Tuesday svenlng. Th bouse I was nrsttlly decorated In Cretghten tol rs. Mud aad dancing wsr enjoyed. Those present I Messrs- Messrs. Godfrey Kadavy, ' Wllllaro Anderson, Oueate Ornste, rdna Alstadt, Uarrte Aaderson. n. Allen. Oeorg Mattlson. Villi Arreamtth, ' jLeo Macgutr, Georgia Turner, , ' Verns Rarer, Dolly gopher, Mr. sod Mr. T. I Mrs. w. D. Cunsrn4 entertained th ' members of th household st tha Irving, ItMt Leavenworth street, with s dancing I party Wednesday svsnliig. About thirty , five people enjoyed themselves to orchss tra music Re fresh menu were serred la th parlors. , Miss Anns H aster sotrtaind Tuesday vealng for Mis LUIaa Baker ot Gran1 Island. The present wsr: Misses , Misses Carmelite Jenklna, Kuth Howard, flvla Green. May McCalloa. Paulln Oreen. UHan Baker, lreo Larmoa, is.htk Hickman, hotel, with "B. I. Ls, th brothrs-ln-law," vbs or husbands of tha member. Mr. Oconr & Darr will gtv th addreee of wslcora sad Mr. Darr. bead brothwr-ln- law. will b toastmastnr. Mr. Thomas H- Mattes wlU tout "The Boy;? R O. Wilson. "Women," Mr. Helen li. Drake of Beatrice, president of th state chapter, "P. E. O'-; Q. W. H-r-ry. "Omaha; Thomas H. Matters, "Hecrrta of P. E. a.- Mrs. H. H. Kevin -Opportunity." Mtss Bernlc Bangtuvrt will recite Th Trsjiaflguration ot Miss Phalora. Th eommlttu m charge of th affair comprises Mrs. Oeorg a Darr. Mrs. Thomas H. Matters and Mrs. D. W. McVcs. is Hslen Pogwe, It, will ast a society editor ot th Rasister, th ithly school paper, thj year, and wttl writs a aerie of SBbolglrt letters giving th sscsal affair t ak meath la story form. ; Th Prtsdlls Aides sooUty wUI Bold Its atmual Wuhlntn birthday party at tha boms ot Mis Mary RsyrwMa, H South Thirty-ftrorth stmt, Thursday afternoon. Fsbrssry O. . Miss Florsac Hagghlsd shtartained th Ky Lae club, on of th senior girls' social stubs, at her bom, Hat Hawthorns aTsnue, this aftarnoon. Those present ChmlMckey, Helen Pogue. Lele Howell, Ads laid Punkhouesr. ytorsae Moggblsds. Personal Gossip Mr. Charles Harding I spending s few weeks In old Mexico. Mrs. F. D. Wilson sill glv a luncheon at her bom Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Alderson bar moved to San Diego. CaL, to reside. A son was bars yesterday to Mr. and Mrs, Csnrad a ripe as at tha Clortnda. Mars Anns Covall. who has born III la St. Joseph's kospttsj. hu returned noma. Miss Blliabeth Rothenberger of L-eav-on worth. Kan., I visiting Mrs. C. M. Edwards. v Mrs. William Archibald Smith expects ts leave In th near future for s visit la Beaver. Mr. and Mrs, & a Brdvely of Omaha are guests st th Arlington hot! In Hot Bprtngs. Ark. . Mr. and, Mrs. A. Mendel berg have moved from C'tt Lsndon court to Z14 South Forty-first street. sir. C Vmoeat returns this svsnlng from Norfolk, where h attended a meet Ins: of th Stat Rural Lit oom mission. Mr. and Mrs, C W. Turner, Jr., and tbotr guest. Miss Ava Jane Rasa, will leave today to spend tha week n In idelys Weed. Clair Patterson, (Tlah Ranaer, . Ruth Clarke, KaiheMn Davanpon, Th Amatnf club, an of th newly or- ganiaed boy soslsl club, wlU gtv Its tint annual baaquet at th Henahaw rathskeller this evening si t s'olook, whan plats for fourteen wlU k laid. Frank Falser, 'IS, will sot u tsutmas- tar. Cainatlons la red and wklt,' th club wlors, will be used as tahle dseora- Uen. The niembeti f th stub whs will be present sr. Ueawre- hteeera TUrold And ma Re, Houlton. , Richard Bellman, Edwin Buarh. . Howard Da Lmatr,Jsms Oardlner, Hoy uouid. Harold Thomas, Oeor Howell, v Lisle Key, Oordon Mill, - Carl Stars. ' Louis Htora, Frank Folssy, Mia Dorothy Waller will firs as after noon luncheon par tha Ms Notris dub at ker bom In th Claiinda apartment to- whsn Ma. Vlolats aad tebl deoorauona, Oertrud A then, Hannah Kopald. Bllaabetk Wnley, Hale a Johneea, Heisa Qarvtn. will b laid for will be used Tbeee tnvttsd are; Mlaass Doris Duncan, Kmma Medlar. Blanche Busk, Lucll Dennla, Dorothy Wtilar, For the Future Miss Eugsata hlunors will give a box party at the Brand! latarday afternoon. Mrs. J. O-Keof will gtv a BC Tahmtln child ran psrty for her small daughter. Mrs. Oeorg Plainer will ntrtala th women of th First Methodist church Sat urday a flat aeon. Among th largo s vents ot at Valsn Use's day will be a bridge party gives by Mr. Oeorg Plainer. vl. C O. Bansaot. This evening chaster B ot th F. K. O sisterhood will banquet st th Paxton sirs, a W. Hatdroga, who hu beea vtoltlnc her daughter. Mrs, a A. Holy oh a. at Madrid, Nan, Is expected home Bund ay. sir. and Mrs J. M. BsMrtg. who wsr ts bars glvsn a small dinner st horn Thursday vnlng, postponed th affair until next wsek. Mrs. Anthony Sltortn of L Mars. Is.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. X. R. MorcU. Ross Bltorla will srrlv Friday ts spend a few day her. Miss Dorothy Miller of Lafayette. Ind., was has been spending th wtntsr u th truest st Mia Katharine Botsoa and relative la Lincoln, will leave thla even ing tor Lafaystt. Mrs. Helen M. Drake ot Beatrice, state president of th Nebraska F. O. fL sister hood. Is visiting Mrs. (Jeorgs a Dorr, having oom ta attend th banquet of th Omaha chaptsr ot th P. a O. at th Paxton hotel tonight. Mr. and hos. a H. (lowland, who are spending a few week In Havana, Cuba aad point In Florida, will return bom by way of Waahtntrton, D. C, where they will visit their daughter, Mlu Marjorto Howland, whs attends National Park aetntnar. . F. Irving Klssr and a party of fifteen last yesterday for Vera Crux. Max., to visit Mr. Klssr" be nana plantation, which ie one of the largest In Mexico. Frssi Ksnsu City th psrty will go In a ape del ear to their destination. They wlil spend about thro wssks n the plantation. 318-320 South 16th. St. to Stylish Coatsl10 I Sale Starts Saturday Morning at 8 o'clock The women of Omaha and vicinity who have learned to appreciate the great clearance sales held at this exclusive store will read this extraor- dinary announcement with great enthusiasm. Over 1,000 coats to choose 5 from. Every garment is from our own regular high class stock. Styles that 5 were carefully selected for our particular trade and not purchased for special 3 sales. No one should overlook this great sale as it is a wonderful offer. i ' .. . ; You will find coats for every occasion street motoring. wear, evening or m mm u s w The materials are Broad cloths, Polo cloths, In white. dark colors or reversibles, English mixtures; Cheviots, Serges, etc. Regu lar prices $25.00, $29.75, $35.00, $39.50 and $45.00. On sale Saturday at . . . . . . rVlvtr' I College to Offer Property for Sale Fred Kerr of th Kerr Abstract com pear hu gtrss ta Bellevoe college a num ber at lots Bear las school and these sr bow being placed sn th aaarket. Ths cell eg ueoutlve committee In session vssterday actsd favorably sn ths requeet of the vtllaga st fiellevue for a plot of ground north st ths eel leg so which ts root a reservoir. Megs war also taken tewmrd th sols of the lots and th advisability st laying out a pan st th eellego (arm In acts tracts tor Immadlal sals. Ths report of PTatader) 8tocky (bowed that over tst.to st ths debt fund ku bees paid In and ths debts llouidatoa. The president ni tutrueted to strong for ths eoileetloa as rapidly u posatbl ot the belaao st ths lo,eu already subserlbsd to this fund, and ths special finance committee lard plena for raialng ths B,M necessary to complete th fund. A special meeting of the whole board of truatoM wu called tor February U. PENINSULAR FLOOD SERIODS BiTcn is Sptiii tnd TortOFtl Be oom Raging Tomntg. DEATH LOSSES WILL BE HEAVT CMdltlsm eeesae Alsrmlnc at Seville tbst King; aad Preset Deotds to fls t that . City. , MADRID. Ftb. H-Ths flood situation ( tonight la rapldl. besoming worse sad (he minister of publlo work left for Sevtlls, when b BMuoUoa I erlUcsX Th people of Oevtlt sr frsntloslly throwing up sssrlsados In an almost hopeless attempt ts stsm the raging tor rent. Part ot th stvll guards' barracks hu seen undermined, causing lu col lapse. Th occupant war rescued with difficulty and sns of th wooers wo drowned. Condition or ss alarming m that stty that th king and premier have Scolded ts go there tomorrow. Tonight tha eleo trto light station wu flooded, plunging th city la darkness. Flftasa tkstmsnd workman ar tamporartly thrown sat at employment Th tributaries ot ths OuadaJqutvtr river are ovsr their basks, eajrylng everything before them. - A boat sn Its way to La Algsba, three roll from Bevllle. was capalsrd today, three persons being drowsed. Thsrs t no news st tws trains on the Cadlg line and It la feared they bars been caught In th flood. At Madrid th Manaurea river I overflowed. Inundating th nouses a load Its banks. LISBON. Feb. IThe number of vic tims ot ths flMds tn Portugal la I yet known, but It will b large Largs numbers of Injured sr being oared for In hospitals la th flooded district. Th river Tagus Is a raging torrent. carrying sea sard corpses aad marc has die of all kind. Many barges whleb ware anchored In ths navigable section st Omaha Misses Start Early in the Local Gymnasium Tagus war sunk st ths first onslaught st ths Coed sairrsnt; other wars swept award with a great mass ot debris from th upper part st ths rtvsr, including uprooted tree and th bodies of cattle and Uva stock. Crop through th flooded district or ruined and all communication by wlr Is ssesred. Th chamber today voted to aid vtothD st ths disaster. Bes our Spring Ullllnen. Weinlander A mlth. ar 8. ltb it. , TEMPERANCE WOMEN TO HONOR FRANCES WILLARD Whit rtbboner st Omaha, South Omaha and Benson will edebrat th birth anniversary of Franoe E. Wlllardi founder ot the Woman Christian Tem perance onion, with sen 1st to th as sembly room ot th Touns Woman' Christian association Saturday, February IT. st I p. m. ' Dn R. Aj Lyman ot th VMrartdty f Nebraska will lecture OS "Bel en title Tern psronos." Th Lays! Temperance Legion, or junior branch of ths Frances Wlllard union, will givs a chllaron' drill. Mr. John Bisks win load th prayer. Bolos will be given by alias Lily Olrsns and bliss Joseph's Lyman. Principaia and teacher In ths pnbu echools ar lovrted ts attend by th Weit Bid onion, which nu th affair la charge. Kay to th Situation Be AdvartliLng. r"" I.; r ( i n P SMj !! V) (1 A I) The famous Briclal Chorus from Lohengrin The most beautiful of choruses, and its bril liant rendition bv the Victor Opera Chorus makes a record of surpassing beauty. Victor Sm.MtcdRcoTrJ 31846. Iwdrtiach, $1 The favorite "Spinning Wheel Quartet from llai tha" (vaTtar) and the famous -Sextette from Luaa'f yS5?tiZ!iS!tefl are other popular numbers you can hear, sungfby the Victor Opera Quar- - . - - -1 -1. la.AT tet ana sextette, wruie tne taientea victor ugni kj Company has presented a series of forty-seven melodi ous and sparkling medleys from old favorite operas and the newest musical successes I Vleasr Biers Lsbal Reeardi V Twelve-leas. II ck )' Now on sale Any Victor dealer will gladly play any Victor music you want to hear and demonstrate to yon the wonderful , Vfctor-Vktrola. Always nas Victor Records puryed whs VTr-Sot Nteflu thsr is no other ray ts pt tb mtrspMlnd Vet-ear too. Vktar TsOdssj Munin C. f . J I mm ctUBB.w.j. Ant wvtjrs I tf.iiibi' WJ1.NSER8- CLASS AT TUS TOCNQ WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION APPEARS FOB WORK. CEO. E. MICKEL, Manager 1 5th tsi llxresy StsCczaha 334 Irostrway, Cwwntptt Bia-rfa Records, Machines 4 and Ac cessories, On Sale at A.l-lospe Company 1513-15 Douglas St. OMAHA, NEB.