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Doing in the World
EXT Thursday the Omaha dele
gates to the biennial conven
tion of the General Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, joined
by delegate from other towns
of the state, will pull out of
the Union station for San Francisco,
where the big national meeting will be
held from June 13 to July 5.
Tomorrow a train from the east known
as the Northern Official special and 'laden
with state presidents, general federation
secretaries, committee members, dele
gates and their friends will pass through
Omaha on the way to the biennial. The
eastern club women will be here from 1
to 3 o'clock p. rn. and will be entertained
by members of local federated clubs.
Mrs. N. H. Nelson, first vice president of
the Omaha Woman's club, Is chairman of
the committee planning entertainment for
the visiting women. An automobile ride
around the city and a visit to the Un-
lnger art gallery will form the entertain
ment. In addition tbe women will be
given souvenirs 'of Omaha-made goods
presented by local "manufacturers.
The Nebraska delegation, headed .by
Mrs. T. J. Gist of Falls City, state presi
dent, will leave Omaha, Thursday at 4:0$
p. m. in two Pullman cars. Other dele
gates from the state are Mrs; -.Carrie
Peterson of Aurora, Mrs. H. .N. Bushnell
and two daughters of Lincoln, Mrs.
George Sehwake of Lincoln, Mrs. W. M.
Wldener of Lincoln, Mrs. Anna Moray 'of
Hastings, Mrs. Anana Flaker of Hast rig
Mrs. F. C. Babcock of Hastings, Mrs. J.
M. Ragan of Hastings, Mrs. L. I. Cowan
of Ashland, Mrs. H. A. Wlggenhorn of
Ashland, Mrs. Max Hostetler of Shelton,
(Mrs. W. D. Mead of York, Mrs. May
Orris of Stanton, Mrs. W. A. Apperson ot
Tekamah, Mrs. Katherlne Plckerman of
JKearney, Mrs.. H. M. Lord of Bouth
aha, end these of Omaha: Mrs. C. W.
"' ' .n and Mrs. O. F. Carson.
, Wei, Mrs. M. D. Cameron, Mrs. Ed
on Nebraska will be well represented on
. ne General Federation board, having as
members: Mrs. H. L. Keefe of Walthlll
Mrs. H. M. Bushnell of Lincoln, chair
man of legislative committee; Mrs. Anna
It. Morey of Hastings, member of art
committee; Mrs. F. H. Cole, member of
. civil service and foreign committee.
The following women have been asked
to speak on the biennial program: Mrs.
Anna B. Morey of Hastings, on the art
program; Mrs, F. H. Cole of Omaha, on
the civil service program; Mru. Russell ot
Omaha, at the afternoon conference, and
Mrs. May Orris of Stanton, at the after
noon educational conference.
The Nebraska delegates have not yet
decided how they will vote en the presi
dency. They will probably, as they have
done In the past, wait until they are on
the ground, know all candidates for presl
dent, hold a meeting for the express pur
pose of settling on one of them and vote
together. Many Omaha women favor
Mrs. Philip Carpenter of New York, who
la sister of Rev.. F. T, Rouse of Omaha,
Some favor Mrs. Percy Pennypacker of
Texas. Most seem to think that Mrs.
Washburn of Minnesota "hasn't a ghost
of a show," to quote one of the Omaha
Mrs. F. H. Cole! general federation sec
tetary . for , Nebraska, who has arranged
the trip for the delegation from this
tatei ayr. :
,"A .special Invitation has been extended
in thKHlftba A1 Inn VI ... Vf
lOshori, 'general ' federation .director of
' Utah, also chairman of the prexa com
JUitiee, through your general federation
secretary, for Nebraska delegates to
' spend the day, June. 22, In Salt Lake
City, where they will be entertained
with J an organ recital .and luncheon.
Upon leaving Salt Lake City the Ne
braska cars will be attached to the
northern biennial special, train. Sunday,
the twenty-third, will be sp-nt at Lake
Tahoe, and San Franclsoo will be reached
the morning of June 24, Mrs. Kreba,
chairman of the hotel committee, writes
that one has very little use for summer
dreeses. In fact furs are worn nearly
the year round. A suit with ihlrtwalsts
Is always comfortable; also an extra
wrap for evenings. , ,
. "At San Francisco many courtesies are
to b extended. The local biennial board
of the Panama Pacific International ex
position will give an automobile, ride to
Golderi Gate park and Cliff house, through
the Presidio and alte for the exposition.
Thursday, July 4, an invitation to visit
public playgrounds and witness special
Fourth ef July exercises; also an Informal
reception at the Palace hotel, from S to
o'clock. The Daughters of the Amer
lean Revolution and the 8. A. 8. will
give a reception at the Palace hotel from
'4 to o'clock.
"Friday afternoon.l July 5, a walking
trip through Chinatown and the shopping
district of San Francisco will be arranged
for visiting clubwomen and their friends.
5-"Saturday, July , by courtesy of the
6n Francisco Chamber of Commerce, a
teamei excursion around San Francisco
will be tendered to officers and dele
gates to the convention, and there are
many other things too numerous to
The P. E. O. sisterhood will hold Its
last meeting until fall Saturday at the
home ef Mrs. T. H. Matters. Mrs. Oenrge
B. Dtrr and Mrs. Bertha Lfhnhoff. dele
gates to the state convention at Aurora,
will give a report ef the meeting.-
The Woman's Club of the Railway
Mall Service will hold its last meeting of
the reason, and Election of offlcrs
Wednesday afternoon " at the home of
Mri J. L, ' Langf ellner, 4S02 North
Twenty-fourth street. -
he North Side Mother's club will meet
Wednesday at the Rod and Gun club
at tbe cottage of, Mrs. George E. Bege
row. The election of officer will be held.
All members are to meet at 2 o'clock
at Sixteenth and Locust streets to make
the trip to the lake together.
Miss Bertha M. Davis, "a former bust
ri secretary of the ; Omaha Young
Women's Christian association who has
J'ist completed a two year' course at
the Chicago training school, will returr
to Omaha from the National Convention
of Cnarities and Corrections at Cleveland,
O. After a short visit here, she will re
turn to Sheboygan.: Wis., where August
1 she will take up tbe secretaryship of
the charity organisation there.
, Benson Woman's club will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs, F. C.
Thtess to elect officers and plan its an
nual summer plcnie. J "
A Vrlgrbtf ml Experience
with . bfltousnss, .malaria and constipa
tfnn is quickly overcome by taking Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Only . O. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. ;
WELL LEAD NEBRASKA WOMEN
. AT SAN FRANCISCO. '
IfTWC -2Z City, 2fclr.
son. Pink peonies formed the1 decora
tion, and those present Were: '
Misses : . Misses
Frances Gilbert. . Haxel Rodgers,
Amy. Gllmore,' Katherlne Moorhead,
Katherlne Milroy, Helen Mart of
Mary Mart of Ohio,
Ohio, Florence Walton.
, Meedames Mesdames
T. Moonlight Al J. Beaton, '
Paul SlHSon, G. C. Thompson,
T. A. Kelly, . .'
Mrs. O. G. Wilson entertained at lunch
eon at Hotel Loyal Friday for her mother,
Mia. S. A. White, of Washington, D.'C,
and afterward took a motor trip. ; Those
present were: .
8. A. White, , John C; Wharton,
Robert Dempster, B. H. Jenks,
R. C. Van Kuren. O. G. Wilson. ,
Miss Agnes Miller entertained ' at" dln
ner Friday evening at her home for the
graduating class of Mount St.' Mary's
seminary. Purple and gold, the class
colors, wore used In decoration and those
present were . V
Misses Missae- " . . ', : .
Katherlne Heafey, Pauline Bates,
Kathleen -Weloh - Cllre Delehanty, ,
Josephine Stagno, May Hasburgh,
Irene Delehanty,' ,. Frances Egan, ;
Rose Whalen, " Gertrude Miller, ;"
Frances Delohanty, Anna Moran, r.'-.T
Lena Hau. Alice Miller,
Gertrude Goeblcr, Agnes Miller,
George Egan, David Egan,
Michael Stagno, Robert Spenson.
Mrs. L. A. Slnones.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCaffrey are
visiting relatives In Boston.
Mrs. C. E. Johannes left Saturday for
a brief stay at Excelsior Springs.
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Stokes have re
turned from 'Atlantic City and New' York,
Mr. and Mrs. George L. -Martin of 8antA
Monica, Cal.. are the guests of Mr, and
Mrs. Mel Uhl. A
Miss Lottie Murrin of Des . Moines Is
the guest ef tier sister, Mrs. W. J. Eaton,
and Mr. Eaton.
Miss June Greevey returns' Sunday from
the Chlago Art institute to spend the
summer with her parents.
Mrs. W. J. Broatch and Mis Beulah
Sharp leave today for the east to be
gone several weeks.
Miss PhylUa Hartmann will be at home
Monday from the Sacred Heart convent
for the summer vacation.
Mr. W. Farnam Smith, who has been
111 at the Clarkson hospital for two weeks,
expects to be out again today.
.Mrs. D. A. Coszens has gone to visit
her father, J. C. Brewlngton, on his
ranch near Burley, Idaho. ' '
A daughter was born Saturday to Mr.
and Mrs. William Maloney.' Mrs. Ma
loney was formerly Miss Marie Butts.
Miss Margaret McShane leaves today
for California to spend the summer visit
ing relatives and friends on the Pacific
Parnam end Twenty-rifth Streets.
HIOH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
IITVBiT AHD THURSDAT.
Four new reels of new moving
pictures every night.
Best seats 10a. Children Sc.
Borglum Piano School
8661 Douglas Street
august M. Borglum. Madame Borglum
, Pupils of Wager Swayne.
Public rerformance -Ear Training
Sight Reading. -
; Will Teach Till August First
f x$& tea
SOCIETY, WATCHES POLITICS
! " (Continued from Page Three.) '
"FORTY MINUTES FROM OMAHA"
The Grand Ball Room is more popular titan ever this season.
Open every evening until It P. M. Arthur E. Smith's splendid
orchestra furnishes the music. 'J r ,
FREE BAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVEKIXO'
" V FKKE MOVING PICTURES EVEBY EVENING ' ' -Ratjiing,
Iloating, Roller Skating, Roller Coaster, Miniature
Railroad, Merr) -Go-Round and many other attractions.:. ... .
ROME SUMMER GARDEN
MAZ7ER1S R0YA1. ITA! IAN RANI) 25
O'Lide Slnrsrau. ChlfiiiroV t'avni.
v . m- - . , luiin uiiiin; inrj .auuis vurir,
N. H. Harnett, Ragtime Wonder: 4 Photo Plays, changed daily; Con
tinuous performance 6:80 to I t p. m. Admission, adulu, 10c; children 3c
Starting this afternoon the program for
rhe week -at the Gayety will be beaded
by the Four Dancing Lublns, one of
those- acts which . has to -be, seen to be
appreciated. Another . act of merit la
that , of the Seymour ..Duo, with their
novelty slnKlng and talking. Gladys Mor
rison, singing comedienne, . will also be
present. For. the lovers of the "mevies"
and entirely new program of pictures bas
been arranged which will b sure to
please all who see them. They . will be
changed daily. On Thurncay a complete
change will be made. Warner and Mitch
ell, a dancing act, is the featured number
of the program the last half of the week
a Dd .associated with them are King and
Dyer, a novelty singing number."" Ar
nold Wurnell, eccentric skater, is also on
tne bill:' As the management of the Gay
ety has paid particular "heed to their
ventilating system, those who contem
plate a visit to this popular summer
amusement need have no fear of the heat.
as it Is the coolest theater in the city
and a show at this theater serves one
as a refreshing draught and pleasant pas
time while getting cooled off from the
Mat. of the city streets. All week long
Chief Burton, Indian baritone, will sing
lullabys of the tepees. The: entertain
ment Is given continuously from 1 to 5
and 7 to 11 p. m. One may go at any
time and stay as long as desired.
Booth and Lynn, comedy acrobats with
a Japanese feature act, and Burt Wright,
a singing and talking English comedian,
will be the features of the first half
week's program at the popular Alrdome,
commencing Sunday night. In addition
thore will be four reels of moving pic
tures which are projected through the
assistance of a mercury rectifier, giving
the non-flicker picture which has made
the Alniome picture the talk of Omaha.
Two shows are given each night, the first
commencing at 8:15, the second at 9:30 p.
m. The seats are big and comfortable
and the Alrdome swept by the cooling
evening breezes enables the patrons to
thoroughly enjoy the midsummer open
Mazerri's band, the biggest attraction of
Its kind ever brought' into Omaha by a
local amusement, place, has made a de
cided, hit during the past week at the
Rome Summer garden. Thle band may
be heard every evening this summer from
:30 to 10:30. Mies O'Llde Morgan who
created a sensation during her appear
ance at the garden last summer, will be
the head liner of the vaudeville offering
for the week, starting today. The Boy
Scouts quartette from New York City
will sing all the latest songs. N. H.
Hamott, the rag .time wonder, who has
delighted the audiences during the past
week, while with the colored quartette
Ia.t been engaged for the coming week
Four of the latest photo-plays are shown
iPoorns k QA7 TIkDMt week; Ex-
ff only eold 1 " V . '"peeted 3 more,
7BTBBY CUSTOMS BOOSTS OUB
I This Week, Starting Today at 1 V. M.
Sdaut naviifiUT uotixo
r-imsT rovB bats or wsxx.
4 DANCING LUBINS&Wo're0'
elt, MARGARET 6RAYCE
CCVMAIID ft II A Vp-to-the-minute
I iWH n w w w chatter-Boxee
LAST TSBEB DATS OT WXBX
U1UI ftU rtClN t. Ullliny Head Bal.
iiniiLun, uunn go nKHLWi anoers.
UU..-A. R lltiAholl Entertainers
n ai iici nmuiiv.i Par-ExceUence
J At Every Performance
In Lullabys of the Tepees
Bally ltoS;TtoUP.K.fnuc CIDIV
Come any times etay late UC wnui
Season Now On..
Dancing to Lamp's Orchestra,
Grand Prize Walti Ttiesduy
Evening, June 18th.
BoatiW Bathing, .Roller Skating,
Bowling, Roller Coasting, etc.
Free Moving Pictures Kverjr ,
An Ideal Place for Picnic Parties.
Open for" Summer's Season.
Attend Omaha's popular Amuse
ment Resort. Visit the Old Mill,
the big Roller Coaster, the Penny
Arcade,, the, Merry-Oo-Round, and
other attractions. Free moving
Pictures every evening.
Admission to Park Always 10c.
Swedish Birilditrg .Association Pic
nic Saturday, June 22d.
l - i..!a it . w c.i. r.. ... .
'. THE OMAHA- STTVT) AY BEE: JUSE'lfi, 1912.
jot each performance, tho suhjectt'.helnr
changed daily, cor.nnno'.s performance,
! :30 to 11:00 p. m. each day.
U.S. LIGHTS AND LIFE
PRESERVERS AT MANAWA
Just whyManager B-trnet has bought
100 mpre-aoild. rork iif preservers ti
equip hJs-launehts at Manawa and. why
the launches carry tne r.u-'l States reg
ulatlon jight,,. Whit ft nd rewl
on the 'Starboard bo and red light on
the. port Is A thing p-.op'c ask. But Man-
awa Ilea partly in Iowa and partly in Ne
baska and the gowrtnFnt takes control
As the launches take tht -a3t path crosv
ins to Mink.,,., k.... h spit the west cath
coming back they in 110 daner '
collision, but the Manawa steel rowboat
fleet has 100 boats and the rowtflg --Club
has a fleet also, as w.il a3 motor boat,
and. tbe people. 'in the little craft can see
the lights and avoid running into the bij
boats. ' 0 "
Commencing Monday 9 m; June WtHv
I sfW afCN. 'J s-- .tr.wi5 'MSZ0M WTA
30 Days to clear the store-Take any Piano or
player piano at almost your own price I terms
No more "Segerstrom Piano Co." in Omaha after 30 days; the 188 pianos and Player Pianos and all of the
small goods that comprise the Segerstrom stock MUST be forced out ABSOLUTELY, and will undergo a price ? 1
clipping that has NEVER before been equaled, not only in Nebraska, but in the ENTIRE WEST. The Segerstrom "5
5 0oPwill hereafter concentrate more upon its MANUFACTURING plant, which is rapidly assuming ; first :
,. place among America's top notchers; therefore this .sudden decision to do LESS retailing and MORE manufacr
':. Msa6ENME P?P?.9-9.VT-$M,?i ..nt ?f ? W.tbat have EVR been of f ered .in this ter'" f.
r, toryr look over the prices 'quoted below and you will agree that it is a case of "now or never" on a PIANO. 3
I "Good Bye"
No subterfuges-No impossible claims
list will be on our floors MONDAY at
A NEW Marshall & Wen
dell piano, worth $350.
A NEW H. P. Nelaon
piano, worth $325. In a
; At $240.00
fA NEW, Foster & Co.
piano worth $400, In Ma
A NEW .Henschel Piano
worth all ot $325. In an
Used Pianos, Square Pianos and Organs at "Good Bye" Prices
Used Checkering & Sons
Piano, Mahogany. $600
, Slightly used Prince &
Co.,- Mahogany. . $350
NEW BREWSTER 88
note player piano In Ma
hogany. Regular price
$650 but goes at $412.50
with forty rolls of player '
.HE Ladles' Festival chorus of
vuSiaa county, 500 voices,
John s. Helgren,". director,
. .ve a concert Monday
evening.-- June 17, at the Audi
"torlum, aaBiRia'foi v..". .v.
Douglas '. County - Sunday- ? School or-'
che-stra'and the in-'and favorably
known rhCcago basso.- Gustaf Holmauist:
Program: ; :
Overture-Lustspiel. . . . Keler Bela
vnorus..,. ; .
Festival dVchestr j -' "
(a) Glory and Praise and Honor....
(b) ' The'SiaVof 'B;Vh,lheirn--...yairban
Ac) Oitei Bii1 NpLrkS
Charmeth My Sadness" (Queen of
Mr. Gustaf Holmaiitgt.
Chorus-(a) When Two Are Lovers .
Knabe Pianos and
Player Pianos Are Also
Included in this "Good Bye" Sale
No need to ask about the "Knabe" it's the world's
standard the make that every other good make is reck
oned by and this is the only Omaha, establishment sell
ing the " Knabe.' ' . Remember ' ' World 's Best. ' '
A' NEW Brewster Piano
In $375 grade. Prettiest
A new Jessie French Pi
ano worth all of $425.
A NEW Segerstrom piano
worth all of $400, In a
A NEW Segerstrom Piano
worth all of $380. In
pretty Oak case.
A NEW Hoffman Piano
in a real $250 grade.
A Strohber Piano of ab
solute $350 value. In
A NEW Haines Bros. Pi
ano worth . $450. . In
A NEW Armstrong Piano
in a $325 grade. In
At $90.00 .
Slightly used Newby &
Evans Piano, Walnut.
Worth $325 new.
Slightly used Arlon Pi
ano, Ebony, sold for $275
Used Chickering Bros.
Brought $375 new.
Slightly used Segerstrom
brought $400 new.
Player Pianos in
NEW PRIM A TONE
Bungalow player piano,
88 note. Regular price
$550, but goes at $370
with forty roils of player
Almost new 'Autopiano,
65 note, $650 wnen
bought new, goes at $320
. with 35 rolls of fine play
er musie. A "Goodbye"
" Take choice ota lot of 14 square pianos at $30 each.
Take your choice of 32 Organs of various makes and in
different woods, at $5, $7, $8.50, etc.; none higher than
$20; a rare chance to buy at real "Good Bye" prices.
19th and Farnam
' ' I.Cari Tte'inecke
(b) Kise Again. Glad Summer Sun..
; Htnry Leplle
Danc'es'from HBy VIII...'. .Gwnan
' (at Morris Dan'.
b Shepherds' Dance. -.
. (c) Torch Dance. ..
"ia") Berceuse.' ' " '
(b) Waits- No. 1. Mw.tSnif.-
Wfcltx No. 2, Noon.
S,v.--' U- tm .:;.'.-.:...;.....: '?-''t.er
(b) A Roundelay Lidgey
Mr. Gustaf Holmquist, . . ,
Solo-iland of Hope and Glory hgu-
Mr. Gustaf Holmq Mil ,
vfur.hFree lnce ..Soupa
. Festival Orchestra.
Chorus-Loyal and True '(American
Sunday School patriotic hymn..
,h. W... KatfUnnks-
A recital will be given by pupils of Mr.
and Mrs. August M. Borglum cn Monduy
evening, June 1", at 8:15 sharp. -at the
Borglum Piano school.: This will be tht
Every piano in the below
the price ADVERTISED!
A NEW Haines Bros.
Grand worth $850. Ma
hogany. At $242.50
A NEW Strohber Piano
worth $350. In ex
quisite Oak case.
A NEW Segerstrom Pi
ano in $425 grade. In
A NEW Segerstrom
ano worth $375.
pretty Oak case.
Slightly used Gilbert Pi
ano, Mahogany, sold for
Slightly used Decker Pi
ano in Ebony. Sold for
$575 when new.
America at "Good
Almost new Foster & Co.
88 note, player piano, In
Eng.. Walnut. Sold for
$750 new. Goes at $460
with forty rolls of music. ;
Streets, Omaha, Nebraska.
last ' formal recital of the 'aeisKt'.i-Fr.'
Ethel Walts ..." Virgil
- George Paul Borglum.' , '
Blanche " Welch.' " :
. Helen Eastman. '.-
Water Nymph :.......... Schytte
Tbe Flatterer Charhinade
- Alice Porterfield. ; -
, - Ann Axtell.
Album Leaf ..Grieg.
; Dorothy Darlow. , -. : . ,
May Hamilton. - '
Au Matin .....'. Godaxd
The Chase-.. ...v.Rheinberger.
A NEW Marshall & Wen
dell Piano worth $375.
A NEW Packard Piano,
of $425 grade. In a
; At $170.00
A NEW King Piano of
$300 grade In a very
A NEW Bachman & Son'
worth $325. Case is in ,
In At $389.00 .s
Used Holstrom Grand Pi-
ano, th'kt sold for -$790
when new. ; (.
At $340.00 ;
Used Kimball Grand in
Ebony, sold at $700 when ,
The player piano craze is
on;, bore la your "Good
bye" chance to own one
with a supply of music at,
real' Closing Out prices. !
jr Jl'.-T.'. ..