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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 12. 1912.
.ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Greeting to Princeton from Nebraska Uni
thud Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
Ketti at Lincoln.
CXASA WILL BE SEPSESEKTLD
Frateraal ralea ( asserteam WIU
6lT Pewrtv- Seclsl Bern Ha
laltlatea aad Omilm
A set her Class.
The forty-fifth annua convention ot
the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, Do
main of Nebraska. ym bs held la Rep
resentative hall In the Mate oaplto! bulk!
ins at Lincoln. Tuesday and Wednesday
The meeting will be called to order at
ID o'clock Tuesday morning.
Monday evening Lincoln lodge No. M,
nsslsted by the Pythian Sisters and the
Uniform Rank will bold an Informal
eeptlon at Pythian temple. Tuesday mor
ning at : o'clock the Grand lodge will
bo formally welcomed by Governor Ches
ter A. Aldrlch. Grand Chancellor John
W. Long ot Loup City will respond on
behalf of the Grand lodge.
The committee on arrangements con-
sluing ot the officers ot Lincoln lodge
No. it, will maintain a, bureau ot In
formation at Pythian tmple, and will
look after the reservation ot room for
John W. Cooper, Nebraska lodge No.
1 Omaha, tiaa been appointed by the
Grand Chancellor on the Judiciary com
mittee for the ensuing year; J. W. Zer
aaa. Jan Bus lodge Ko. a, Omaha, Stats
of the Order committee: Past Chancellor
William T. Denney. Nebraska lodge No.
L Omaha, Warrants and Charters com
mittee; Roy A. Dodge, Omaha, Qeorgs
H. Crager Memorial fund,
Wtnu'l Relief Core.
I 17. ft Grant Women's Relief Corns, K&
391, presented a handsome bunting flag
to tbs Old People's Home on Thursday
afternoon, the flag being a present from
i Major R, 8. Wilcox. About forty of the
members of ths corps were present They
presented a flag In a similar way seerrsJ
years ago. Mrs. Jennie Bryant patratlc
i Instructor ot ths corps, mads tbs presen
tation speech, which was heartily cheered
i by the honor guests and ths Inmates of
ths home. Mrs. Jeft W. Bedford re
sponded In behalf ot the Young Women's
Christian association and Mrs. Edward
I Johnson, president of the "Horns board,"
made the closing address. Miss Preston
I gave a piano solo and then recited "The
German Barbara Frltehee." Caka and
tea were served to all by ths members of
the Women's Relief Corps. All repeated
the flag salute to ths new unfurled ban.
The following named officers and dele
gates of ths Women's Relief Corps of
Omaha will attend the department con
vention at Beatrice, May 14, It and 1.
leaving over the Burlington Monday
evening and Tuesday morning; Lil
lian P. Eddy, department president;
Addle E. Hough, department secretary;
Harriet Wilcox, department couocelor;
Beulah C. Davis, department executive
board; Mrs. Bchleb, department musician.
Delegates from Grant post Women's
Relief Corps: Sarah Wagnor, Volona
Morse, Jennie Traynor, Jennie Bryant
patrlotis Instructor; Ida A. Miller, press
Delegstes from Crook post Women's
Belief Corps. Mrs. Mas McKay and Mrs.
,3arr. ' I
Delegates from Custer post Women's
Belief Corps: Mrs, A. Lockner and Mrs.
ladeeeadeat Order of Odd Fellows.
' Omaha lodgs No. 1 will havs work In
.the second degree next Friday night
Beacon lodge No. will have work In
the first degree next Tuesday evening.
South Omaha lodge No. 14 will put on
,the first degree work tomorrow night
Dannebrog lodge No. Jit will have work
in ths second degree next Friday night
Benson lodgs No. Bl will exemplify the
first degree work tomorrow night
Thursday night Mecca court No. U,
Tribe ot Ben-Hur, held a large class In
itiation, followed by a dance. The cam
paign was extended to May 23, at which
time there will be a class of fifty can
dldates Initiated. On Thursday evening.
'May 14 an Informal dance will be given
to ths members and their friends In
Barlght ball. Nineteenth and Farnam
aC f C la Kw Q Barters.
.' The first meeting of the Knights of Co
tumtraa In ths new club rooms. Twentieth
and Dodge streets, will be Tuesday even
ing. Plans will be effected for the erec
tion of tbs new wing on the building and
for ths refurnishing of ths present quar-
Prsrlermal XTaiof - AsaeHea.
Member and friends of Mondamln
lodge No. 111. are anticipating' a good
'time at the "Poverty Social" which this
lodgs will give on Manday evening, Msy
40, at Frenxer hall. Twenty-fourth and
Last Daiet of Season.
The-Clansmen of America. Lodge No. L
Invitee all members and friends to Its
last dance of the season at ths Rome,
May V. Carl Lampe's orchestra has been
engaged to furnish the music
frlb of Bern Hair Initiate. -
Mecca Court No. U, Tribe of Ben Hur.
Initiated a large class Thursday evening.
Next Thursday they will give a dance,
and on May ft will Initials another class
ot fifty candidates.
Minnehaha, to Plar Cards. .
Minnehaha Council No. 1 . Degree ot
Pochahsntus, will give a card party In
the Pom pe lan rooms Wednesday at i
Persistent Advertising Is ths Road to
DAN BUTLER RECEIVES ,
TRIBUTE FROM ASSOCIATES
Clerks in the office of City Clerk But
ler, the new commissioner-elect ot
finances and accounts, presented their
"chief" with a beautiful Roman gold
stick pin set with a brilliant diamond and
thanked him for the consideration bs had
shown them during his tenure 'of office
and hoped he'd be Just as successful and
good-natured nt bis new position.
Otdrich J. Jelen mads the presentation
speech and ths other members ot .the
force gathered around to lend him en
couragement bx his maiden effort which
was a hearty tribute to Mr. Butler, who
In turn thanked bis men for the reminder
and assured them he had enjoyed their
assistance as much as they bad enjoyed
hjs "chiefs hip."
' Ths Persistant and Judicious Uss ot
Newspaper Advertising la ths Boat ts
St tfl Jl
Doing in the World
ITH ths club season fraying
out and tbs house cleaning
season at Its height many of
the club women are more In
te rested In ths pursuit of ths
merry moth than in ths more
aesthetlo cnaso for culture.- Club presi-
deals havs deserted ths gavel for the
carpet beater and ths dust cloth and are
Immersed In the household rites of sort
ing, pollening and cleaning.
Ths Nebraska branch ot ths Woman's
auxiliary of the Episcopal church will
hold Its twenty-sixth annual meeting In
Omaha Tuesday. The opening service of
holy communion will bs held at 1:30 a m.
at Trinity cathedral and tbs business
session will follow In Jacobs' Memorial
hall auditorium. Luncheon will bs served
at 1 o'clock In the gymnasium by tbs
women of Trinity. St Paul's, St Matthias'
and ot St. Mark's of Florence and St
Martin's ot Bouth Omaha.
Ths afternoon session will open at 1:11.
Ths speakers will be Miss Kramph of
North Platte, Rev. C. C. Rolltt. secre
tary of the sixth missionary department;
Miss Johnson, principal ot Brownell Hall,
and Rev. r. C Tsylor ot Norfolk.
At this week's meeting ot hs Benson
Woman's club the members will continue
the study of Oliver Wendell Holmes'
works begun at ths last meeting. Mrs.
William Zimmerman will lead the lesson
and Mrs. Charles Robinson will havs a
paper on "Holmes' Humorous Poems."
Mrs. Charles Hsffke will read the poet's
"Chambered Nautilus." A general dis
cussion of Holmes and his writings will
bs Indulged In by the entire club. At the
current topics session Mrs. F. S. King
will lead ths discussion of what Is doing
hers and there around ths world. The
meeting will bs held at ths horns of Mrs.
E. A. Msson. -
Ths Woman's club of the Railway Mail
Serrtes will celebrate reciprocity day of
their organisation Wednesday at . the
boms ot Mrs. J. B. Good. Papers from
clubs of other cities will bs read on mis
cellaneous topics. Mrs. C E Erwln will
bs leader of the meeting.
Miss Fay Townee will lead the 'meet
ing of the Story Tellers league Thurs
day afternoon at 4: IS In the public li
brary. The following folk stories will
bs told: "Ths Prince With ths Golden
Hand" (Slav), "Ths Quest of ths Ham
mer" (Norse) and "Winter and Spring"
Tbs Clo club will respond to the roll
call at their meeting Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Ander
son with Items of interest about women
In politics. Mrs. W. a Scott will lead
the meeting. A paper on "Canadian
Reciprocity" will be read by Mrs. W. O.
PerdvaL Mrs. A. N. Eaton's topic will
be "Ths Peace Pact" Mrs. W. O. Scott
will tell about "Mormonism." -i '
Mrs. Missel! K. McKelvy w j re-elected
regent of ths Major Isaac Sadler chapter
of ths Daughters of thar American Revo
lution Tuesday at ,i boms of Mrs.
Frank W. Baker. Miss Caroline Barks
low wss chosen vice regent; Mrs. F. B.
M ox ham. recording secretary; Mrs. Frank
W. Baker, corresponding- secretary; Miss
era Fink, treasurer; Mrs. Elmer Con
Ths local patriotic societies ars begin-:
1 T m
p y- w -ex?--.,
PRETTY GTRL FBOJi PAS AHA
, VISITS IN OMAHA.
MI8S EDNA 8. WHITMAN.
nlng to plan (heir celebrations for flag
day, Friday, June 14. The Major haac
Sadler chapter of ths Daughters of ths
American Revolution will have a luncheon
at Happy Hollow club. Kach member
will be privileged to bring a guest to help
celebrate the occasion.
Ths 'Omaha chapter of the Daughters
of the American Revolution will hold ex
ercises of a patriotic nature In Hanscom
park. The Nebraska chapter of the
United States Daughters of 1S12 will have
a luncheon. This will s!so serve as the
regular annual meeting of the Daughters
The local P. E. O. sisterhood Is raising
no for the scholarship fund of tbs na
tional society In an unusual way. Each
woman must earn 11 and bring It with
her to the next meeting. May 24, Each
one Is provided with a large sUK-ths
sign of ths order which has 109 dots on
Its surface. A woman may earn her
dollar by pennies or by quarters or all
at once, but for every cent she punches
a dot And when the dots are punched
her stint ts done.
Who will be the next regent of the
Omaha chapter of ths Daughters of the
American Revolution? Much Interest Is
manifest In this question, but few pre
dictions ars being mads. Mrs. J. J.
Stubbs, the present regent hsa served
two terms and Is Ineligible for re-election
for this reason. The annual election ana
business meeting will be held Monday
afternoon. May 20, at the publie library.
The French class of the Omaha Wo
man's club Is ths one department of the
club which continues to meet The class
La? W wax Baas ssa. sese, ST-
Ikjjay V -i, v l J
haa changed Its place and time of meet
ing however, from Friday mornings at
the Metropolitan building to Wednesdsy
at M a. m., at ths Public library.
Henry W. Lawton auxiliary No. L
t'nlted Spanish War Vslersns. will hold
a Kensington at the home of Mrs, Havers.
BU Tenfplelon strset. Thursday sfter
noon. At the regular meeting of the
suxlllary. Msy t a quilt msds by ths
suxlllsry wss won by Mrs. J. C Ed
wards, Kit Emmet street
George Crook. Woman s Relief corps.
No. M, were entertained at ths home of
Mrs. Bugh, Wednesday, when two mem
bers were gueets of honor. Mrs. Hough.
department secretary, and Mrs. Ritchie.
corps treasurer, who goes to Missouri to
llvs. On behalf of lha corns. Mrs. Beatty
presented Mrs. Hough with a gold brace
let, and Mra Stevens, chaplain, gave Mrs.
Ritchie a gold recognition pin, expressing
msny regrets at her departure. Ths corps
meets every first and third Friday even
ing In Magnolia hall. Twenty-fourth and
SOCIETY MOVES TO THE CLUBS
(Continued from Page Two.)
of Philadelphia, la also the guest of Mra
Mr. snd Mrs. H. Marowlta left Friday
for Dea Moines to sltend the engagenent
reception of their son. Herman D. Mar
owlts, and Miss Jennie Denelsky of Des
General F. A. Smith and his son. Lieu
tenant Smith, were called to Hot 8prlngs.
Ark., by the serious condition of Mrs.
Smith, who has been In the hospital there
for some weeka
Mr. snd Mrs. Charles T. Taylor, who
pent the winter at St Petersburg. Fla.,
have returned to Omaha after visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Herbert Gsnnett, In
Buffalo for several weeka
Mrs. A. J. Beaton and children arc
home from their winter In San Antonio,
Tex. Me Beaton stopped at Excelsior
Spring where his brother, Mr. C. D.
Beaton, met him. They will return Mon
day or Tuesday.
Mrs. Warren Blarkwell has returned
from Chicago accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. George P. Whltcomb, who has Just
returned from two years In London. Mra.
Whltcomb will spend the summer here
with Mr. and Mrs. Blarkwell.
Miss Edna Scott Whiteman of Panama
has arrived to be the guest of Miss Mar
garet Anderson for two weeka Miss
Whttemsn Is enroute to Colorado and
met Miss Anderson Isst yesr when the
latter was visiting her slater in Panama.
Mrs. James E. Boyd Is home from St
Louis, where shs hsa been for three
weeks. Prior to that she wss m St.
Petersburg. FU.. and St Augustine with
her daughter, Mra. Bier bower, who re
turned yesterday. They have been gone
since the first ot March.
Mr. Frank Crawford leaves this week
for Vancouver and the Interior of British
Columbia to return In August Mra
Crawford goes east at the same time to
attend her class reunion at Vassar June
It and will bs the guest up to that time
of Mr. and Mra. Arthur O. Learned of
SUFFERS FROM BAD FALL
H. 8cott, 7t rears old. a messenger in
the quartermaster's stors department at
Twenty-second and Hickory streets, fell
down a flitht of stairs at 1:30 yes
terday, reeelvtnc injuries which may
result In his death. Scott Uvea at Its
Smith Tenth street and has bean In the
employ of the quartermaster for the last
forty years. Bs )s a civil war TsUraa.
CATHOLICS 1M0NQR HEROES
Knight of Colambni Will Conduct
SCHOOL CHILDREN 'WILL SLNQ
Exercises B Meaaorlal Day la the
Aadltarlsss Will Be Held la oa
laactto. with O. A. R., aad
Bryaa Will 'peak.
In commemoration of Memorial dav.
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" .. iibuu hivu imu ill i n ii 1 1 nr it
llrss for their country, the Omaha coun
cil of ths Knights of Columbus Is arrang
ing for a splendid celebration at the
Auditorium May 30.
In the morning of that day mass for
the welfare ot the country will be raid
In elf Cathollo churches In Omaha and
South Omaha. All ths parochial school
children In ths two cities will congre
gate at ths Auditorium at 30 o'clock and
take part In ths exercises.
Special cars will be provided by ths
council to bring the children with their
teachers to the Auditorium. Each school
will bs assigned to a certain st-ctlon of
the spacious building and all will be
given a flag of Star and Slrlpea
Choir Joins la Suae
On ths stsga will be seated a choir ot
SOB singers from ths different Catholic
church choirs of the city end possibly
ths Crelghton University Glee club. The
musical numbers will be given by the
Crelghton college orchestra.
The general public will be admitted to
tbs balcony, ths main floor being de
voted entirely to the school children, ss
Marly 3,wa are expected to be In attend
National hymns will be sung by ths
children under the leadership ot Prof.
Theodore R. Reese, who has been In
structing them ths last few weeks In
la Memory of Heroes,
Beginning promptly at 10 o'clock ths fol
lowing program will be given:
The Lord's prsyer, by ths audience, led
by Father Btenson.
"America." sung oy cniioren ana cnoir.
"Uncoln s Gettysburg Addreae," with
brief d refers exulainlng the circum
stances ot Its delivery, by louls Ksvsn
sxh of South Omaha, a senior st ths
'The Star tipansled Ranner." sung by
the choir, the entire audience Joining In
Address of ths dsy By uenerai jonn im
After General Webster's address ths
exercises wll bo closed by ths Lord's
Ths knights will take no active part
In ths celebration. Their reward will be
knowing that through them ths Cathollo
school children of ths two cities have
coma to understand mors clearly ths
meaning of Memorial day.
Knla-hts Always Aetlv.
Ths fourth, or patriotic, degres knights
have always In ths psst taken active
part In celebration of major national holi
days, expressing Irus eltlxrnshtp to ths
nation and upholding ths name ot the
order, which was named after the great
explorer, to whom Is dus the dlscovsry of
this great nation In which we live today.
In the afternoon the Grand Army of
ths Republlo will how memorial services
In ths Auditorium. Ths principal address
will bs mads by Wllii im J. Bryan.
.The auditorium will be beautifully
draped In the national colors by ths
members of ths Knights of Columbus and
ths Grand Army ot ths Republic.
SPEEDER WINS FREEDOM
FOR TELLING THE TRUTH
Frankness Is a virtus which most every
one respects, and It won a dismissal this
morning for W. K. Mohr, an automoblllit
ot Sioux City. Mohr waa arrested by
Trafflo Officers Emery and Wheeler for
speeding about twenly-two miles per
hour through the city. Mohr admitted he
was traveling fast and waa discharged.
"Any man who admits bs wss speed
ing when caught deserves going free,"
said the court "tor most of the speeders
try to Us and say that ths officers wsrs
PENFOLD SELLS HIS
HOME TO H. S. M'DONALD
Preparatory to leaving the city to tsks
up his new duties with ths San Diego
Exposition company, H. J. Penfold has
sold his home at Thirty-fifth and Dewey
avenue. Henry B. ciKnain, secretary
of the Omaha Tent and Awning company.
purchased the borne through the Armstrong-Walnh
company. Ths purchase
price was 15.600.
Key to the Situation liee Advertising.
Ws gwarairtee theej elenwa t be tit stale
stock and abaohiteljr the be uMifiMnte anr
vhera tm the wnrld, aad eur price ara MH
Satl lass taan aakH by Mhera.
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apna raneiat af He to rovar sarvausa. W
prepay chary If money la ami with ardtr.
Saualactlaa ssaraaleaS ar BMeey rtfasited.
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Cool and quiet, just the place
for a light lunch and a hot or cold
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Watch for opening announce
ment ot our new downstairs Soda
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Is the Leading Agricultural Journal of the west Its columns are filled
with the best thought of the day la matters pertaining to the farm, the
ranch and the orchard, aad It la a factor in the development of the great
western Soon try. ; :
They fast eam In Saturday
and really they're) the dainti
est affects we've aver shown.
' Girl won't feel the expense
of these hats because we mark
ed the prices so as to make
them exceptionally reasonable.
Come In now 'while -the as
sortment is large. A
1522 Douglas Street
nr. Clark's wide experience enables,
him to do better work than moat
dentists he Is careful and particular
and that's what counta In dentistry,
t'rlres reasonable Call when la the
Set of Teeth . .. ...g&oo
Very beat set of Teeth, on rub
Aluminum Plates, vary beat
Oold Piste tasoo and up
Hold frowns MOO and up
Porcelain Crowns, like your own
Oold Killings gl.oo and up
Silver Killings , goo
Porrelaln Kllllne .11.00
Bridge Work, per tooth a,oa
Work Onaraatssd 10 Tears.
roa r-AiaxBas oasTTrar, to wx
boa leek, and Floor. Of floe Maura
te Si avsBiaga, to si Soaoeya,
10 to is.
Towels, roller 1 1.
Towels, side 1a
I for -.72
Great Reductions on Spring Suits J
mSEM STOCK OF WOOLENS LASTS.
MtU K RiiUkt it Laollii fr tbs Origiul
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