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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 121. 15)13.
Thursday, February fcO, 1913.
H1LB there has been a lull In tho oolal gaiety of Omaha slnco
Ash We'dnesday It has been by no means a time or laienoss.
Many of tho young women have devoted several hours each
i!nv tn RWfet rharltv.
The Social Settlement will give "Tho Whjte rilgrlm" April 7, when
tlo cast will Include mombors of tho Settlement.
Tho Visiting Nurse association will give Its annual luncheon early In
April. This association will alBo glvo a play later In the month, but tho
dato lias not been decided upon.
March 4 will be "tag day" for the Wise Memorial hospital. Many of
tho promlnont society women of tho city will spend aoveral hours that day
tagging people with buttons, on which will be a picture of, President-elect
Wilson Tho tagging will last during -the morning hours.
Tho trustees of tho Child Saving Institute have postponed their play,
which Is usually given each spring, and n dato In tho early fall Is now
being planned for the annual' benefit.
One of tho largo affairs which Is given for charity Is the annual card
party, given by tho women of the Crccho. This affair will be given ear
lier this yoar than usual. It is now planned for shortly after Easter at
tho Country club.
Closing Days at Art' Exhibit.
The art exhibit of the Omaha Society
of Kino ArU closes Thursday evening at
the public library. The hostesses for to
day are Mrs. Vf. H. Hancock and Mrs.
N r, Jensen for tho morning; Mr.
Charles O. 'McDonald. Mm. Walte Sauier
and Mm. MaoMlllan Hording for the aft
ernoon, and Mrs. J. O. Yeiser. Mrs. Fred
erick Itouse. Mm. Jesse Talmcr and Mrs.
The pictures on exhibition will be sent
from here to Denver for a display In that
city. Bo far there has been no sales this
season, but the Fine Arts society plans
to purchase a picture from the collection.
Celebrate Qolden Wedding.
Colonel and Mrx. J. Francis Hopper
celebrated their golden anniversary at
their home, 629 North Forty-first avenue,
Wednehday. They hold open house bolh
In the afternoon and evening. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles I.. Hopper, Mls-Ada Hpp
per. Mrs. George A. Krrllne of Council
Uluffs. Mrs. W. It. Lnffcrty and Mrs.
Arthur Kecllne assisted at tho reception.
Francis Hopper, Jr., aged 11 years, was
the only grandson present at the uffnlr.
Among tho many callers during the.
nfternoon were many pioneers, civil war
veterans and women of the Grand Army
of the Republic. In the evening repre
sentatives' of tho Woman's Hellef corps
came to extend their congratulations.
The decorations, with yellow ahd white
predominating, consisted of Jonquils,
daffodils, roses and yellow and white
candles. The refreshments consisted of
yellow and whlto Ice cream nnd cake.
Many gifts from over tho entire country
wcro a source of Interest to everyone,
particularly to Mr, and Mis. Hopper. A
Council muffs newspaper of fifty years
ago was read by those present In which
nn cxtenslvo account of tho nuptials had
Brownell Hall Notes.
The young women of Drownoll are
jrrcatly Interested tn athletics. Wednes
day afternoon the basket bull teams of
the school, known as tho Odds nnd
Evens, namely, the Evens being the
members or tho classes of 1914 and 1916,
and the Odds 1913-15 nnd '17, played a
most exciting game. The score resulted
In a tie of 8-S. The following are mem
bers of the teams:
Elks Dancing Club.
The Elks' Dancing club gave Its fort
nightly dance at the club rooms Wednes
day evening. Tho following wero pres.
Golden Plover Dinner.
Mrs. W. A. Plxlcy entertained at a
dellgljtfui dinner party Wednesday even
ing st her home In celebration of tho
fortieth birthday of Mr. IMxtey and the
twenty-first birthday of Mr. Gerald Oris
wold. A great delicacy was served In honor of
the occasion. Inst autumn Mr. Plxley,
who Is quite a famous shot, brought
home thirty golden plover and they were
put In cold storage for the birthday cele
bration. Covers were placed for Miss
Virginia Plxleyf Miss Rowena Plxley,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. V. Grlsivold, Mr.
Gerald Grlswold and Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
For Minneapolis Guest.
Complimentary tn Miss Katherlne Pond
of Minneapolis, Miss Myra Dreckenrldge
entertained Informally at three tables of
bridge thin nftcrnon at her home. Those
Frederic V. Thomasltobort Updike,
IT. U Hart.
J. W. Johnson,
Dr. 11. Qsnntner,
J. Harry Sinclair,
I W. Knight,
Mary Iflglnbotham, Gladys Kindred,
Sisterhood Afternoon Coffee.
Mrs. J. N. Kopald entertained At an
enjoyable afternoon coffee Wednesday at
her home for the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel and tfielr frlenfln. The rooms
were decorated with tulips and frcexla
and about forty-five guests wcro present.
Assisting the hostesses were:
H J, Abrahams,
Cecilia Feller Kopald.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles nothwell,
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilcox.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Culklns,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Trumhel.
Mr. anil Mrs. Howard M. Gouldlng,
Mr. ami-Mrs. F. Pratt Harwood,
Mr. and Mrs, I. O. Mlttlebach.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. I Hokerman,
Mr. and, Mrs. I.ee Huff.
Mr. and Mrs. Oniric Dettman,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Peters,
Mr and Mrs. Bartholomew Julian,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Hale,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. May,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank linker.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hummers,
Mr- ami Mrs. George W. Paddock,
Mr. and Mrs, J. J. McMahon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Gould, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs, Max Nlppel,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stein.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hlatt.
Mrand Mrs. K. K. Sterrleker,
Mr. and Mis. K. V. Uralley,
Mr. nnd Mrs. William llaehr,
Sir. nnd Mrs. Albert Falcpner,
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Anson,
Dr. nnd Mrs. K. H. Urucnlng,
Mrs. Albert Krug.
At Fort Crook;', " '
Captain, and Mrs. .Louis Nuttman of
Fort Crook. entertained the officers hnd
Indies of t)ie post at a bridge dinner
Wednesday, In 'honor of their guest, Mrs.
John illll of Atlanta. Ga. Other out-of-town
guests, were litfas Virginia Tobln of
Frankfort, Ky and Mrs. C. D. Moller
of Fort'li. A.,Itus8ell, the guests of Lieu
tenant J and Mr- Water Scott Fulton.
The leamc.lftgan at 4o'ciock, followed by
dlnneV served at, 7, o'clock from small
tables. The centerpieces were of sweet
pens. Major and;. Mrs.. John Singleton Bwltxer
will entertain at dinner Friday evening
for Major and Mrs. Charles French.
Those present will be:
Major nnd Mrs. Charles French.
Dr. and Mrs. H, M. McClanahan.
Captain and Mrs. Samuel Noyes.
Captain nnd Airs. Coleman.
Major and Mrs. Swltzer.
Miss Katherlne Moorhead.
Club Members Entertained.
Mrs Robert Gantt entertulned the mem
bers of tht Tuesday Ilridge club at lunch
eon Tuesday. The decorations were In
American Ueauty roses. Following the
luncheon bridge was played and the" score
was won by Mrs William Itamsey. Mrs.
Russell Harris will be tho hostess two
weeks hence at the next meeting.
Can You Draw a Profile?
Mrs. Charles ,Wetmoro entertained the
members of the Anniversary club Tues
day afternoon. Cards were played and
the prises were won by Mrs. M, D. Bal
four, Mrs, E. Jackman and Mrs. Snyder.
Mrs. Ostrom, Mrs., Snyder and Miss Dish
were the guests of the club. Two weeks
hence tho club will be entertained by
Mrs. J, Jensen.
Mrs. T. L. Kimball and her daughter,
Miss Arabella Kimball, nre.both 111 with
an attack of grip. Mrs. , Kimball and Miss
Kimball had planned to leave March 1
for Ormonde, Flo., but have postponed
their trip for a time.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Knthcrtn Moorhead will spend
the week-end at Fort Crook ns guest of
Major and Mrs. John Singleton Swltzer.
Miss Katliertno Pond of Minneapolis 'is
spending two days . with Miss Myrv
Breckenrldge, a former classmate nt
Miss Pansy Hlgclns, who has been
spending two or three years in the south.
has returned home for a, few weeks.
called by the Illness of her mother, who
broke her wrist.
Miss Ola Belle. Hcrvey nnd Miss Helen
Shedd returned homo this morning from
a house party at the homo of Miss Ade
lalde Thomas In Tekamah. All of the
guests were members of tho Knppa Kappa
Mr, Joseph W. Thomas la expected home
from New Tork tho latter part or the
week. He was called to New York by the
Illness of his sister, Mrs. Charles Haldano',
who Is now' convalescing. Mr. and Mrs,
Hnldane formerly resided In Council
Bluffs, where Mr. Haldane wns a law
partner of tho Into John N. Baldwin.
NEW UNITED STATES
FLAG REACHES OMAHA
Wayne .Whipple has sent some snrnpies
of his new United States flag, called tho
'New Constellation," to Henry F. Kleser,
manager of the book department nt Or
kin Bros. Whipple goes on the theory
that there must be n change in tho 'ar
rangement, of tho .stars and stripes before
another state can be admitted Into tho
Union. President Taft has twice recom
mended the adoption of this flag, which
would bo knov n ns the banner ot peace.
Thirteen stars In the center represent tho
original states. The' six pointed star Is op
the authority of. the United States coat-Ot-arms,
tho great seal and tho presi
dent's flag. The ten stars outstdo the
clrlcle stand for tho tcp states added
GONNELL HEARING MONDAY
School Board Resolution Formally
Presented to Commission.
MAYOR STOPS ALL ARGUMENT
llrfnsrs tn I.rt Ilorit Members Itr
cltr Thrlr Grlrnnpea When the
Jlrnlth Commissioner Is
Hearing on a resolution passed by tho
Board of Education asking the city com
mission to remove Health Commissioner
Connell from office for statements made
before tho Schoolmasters' club reflecting
on tho mornl condition of the -high, school,
will be had nt tho meeting of the com
mittee of the whole Monday.
A committee fiom the school board
consisting of President 15. Holovtchlner.
Attorney Carl Herring, Members J. L.
Jacobson, C. T. Wnlker and Alfred C.
Kennedy formally presented the resolu
tion to the commission. Jacobsoi and
Kennedy spoke and Mayor Dahlman,
chairman of the commission, refused to
hear other speakers, because Kennedy
attacked Connell In too personal a man
ner. At the doso of Kennedy's speech Dr.
Holovtchlner asked that Jacobson be
given a hearing.
"If you're going to say such things,"
declared tho mayor, "you must wait un
til Connell, Is present. I refuse to listen
to any more statements like Mr. Kennedy
has made." x
Witnesses to He llrnril Mnnilny.
It was agreed that witnesses would be
heard nt the meeting Monday who would
testify as , to what Connell actually said
at the Schoolmasters' meeting. Connell
says all ho said was reiterated In a letter
of explanation published In Tho Bee.
Others deny that he stopped with tho
assertions repented In the letter. J. F.
Woolcry, a teacher at tho high school,
told the Board of Education that Connell
covered the caso In his letter, but he
"believes ho mndo his statements a little
stronger beforo the Schoolmasters.
RECRUITING STATION IS
PUZZLED OVER APPLICANT
An Amerlcnn Ktntr
Js the great king of cures. Dr. King's
New Discovery, the quick, safe, sure
cough and cold remedy. 60o and $1,00.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
NEW, APPLICANTS FOR
THE. OMAHA CIVIC LEAGUE
The Omnha Woman's club has made ap
plication for membership in tho Omaha
Civic tcaguo and appointed delegates ns
follows: Mrs, C, W. Hnyes, Mrs. W. O
Paisley nnd Mrs, George B. Dnrr. The
printers of Omaha nrc also Interested In
city betterment and tho Tri-Clty Ben
Franklin club has accordingly appointed
L. J. Qulnby, C. A. Sherwood and J, W
Barpbart ns delegntcs. Tho Seymour
Lnko Country club has Just been henrd
from wlth.its application nnd tho appoint
ment ot u M. Lord. J. S. Whlto and T.
Whethor or. not Mr, Adams, A very
polished little - "gentleman'-' from Fre
mont, who applied for enlistment nt.tha
local navy recruiting station, wns not in
reality a nice little lady Instend of a
"Mr. Adams" Is now. puzzling those in
charge fof' the rocrultlhjr station. .
Adams' came tripping Into the recruit
ing station with- "his" trousers pressed
but JUst'fjcvnnd with his-mouth 'pudkere3
up as though he were Just re"ady 'to, sny
"prunes."'' "Ho" spught to. enlist In thq"
navy. It was' no trouble to pass' the' ex.
amlnatlons as to eyesight, J color blindness,-
and 'citizenship qualifications. But
Adams was "nix" on the physical exami
' Tho applicant asked If If were 'really
quite ncQessary tq Blsrobe tp-'becxhrillncd
as tophyslc&l'fltnessv As nll-nrrpllcahts
are weighed" Without nnr clothing 'on, It,
of course was. Adams th'en'wen't to the
corner of the dressing room, squirmed
and lingered a moment, asked again If
it wero qulto necessary to disrobe," and
then vanished out of the side" door.,
George R. Purvis, who used to carry
the colors for the Omaha Guards, Is hold
ing down a clerical Job in St. Louis.
Former Senator John M. Thurston, one
of our most brilliant" contributors to pub
lic life, holds forth in a law office at
the national capital.
W. S. Summers betook himself to the
Puget Sound country after the capital
accumulated as, United State's dlrtrlct at
torney was exhausted,- and when last
heard from was .steering'; a 'law practice
In Denver,- . ..' .,,
Matthow H. Collins, police commis
sioner hero for many years, aftor super
vising the opcrntlon of n Virginia farm
for several Years, Is jiow In business In
Judge W. W. Keysor, who snt on the
district bench. Is teaching law In the
Washington university law school, located
nt St. Louis.
Judge Jncob Fo,wcctt. while calling
Omaha his home, haB to live In Lincoln
In order to draw" his salary as supreme
U Combs. The United States Civil. Ser- Major Grote Hutcheson. once
Ice Kmployes' association has sont In the adjutant for the military ' henc
names of a. J. Klcffner. P. A. Scholl and
here, was at last accounts with his troops
in the Philippines.
saves nibbing and saves your clothes
Competitor's Name ,
PRIZES FOR THE BEST PROFILE $3.00 first prize; $1.00
second prise; $1.00 third prize, and five prizes valued at
RULES Competitors must be amateurs. All drawings must
be on the face cut out of The Bee. Competitors "may submit
more than one drawing if they desire. Contest closes Satur
day night, Mar, 1, 1913. Address, Contest Editor, Omaha Bee.
Gold Dust lathers instantly in hoi or cold, hard
or soft water converts itself instantly into
thick, vigorous suds that remove grease, grime
and settled stains and clear out impurities
Gold Dust spares you and protects your clothes
from washboard wear.
Save yourself long
hours of weary, dreary
toil, and double the life
of your clothes, by buy
ing and trying a pack
age, of Gold Dust next
Gold Dust id sold in
5C size and large pack
ages. The large package
means greater economy.
These "Basket Parties
"Let the GOLD DUST TWINS
do your work."
A Gigantic Clean-up Sale of
Embracing our entire stock of popular new books
also Bibles, Dictionaries, Cook Books, etc;, at
about and off
Read Important Announcement in This Paper Friday
Body of W.M, Glass
Taken to Ashland,
Neb,, for Burial
Puncral services for William M. Glass,
vice president of the I.eeaiass-Andreeson
Hardware company, were held at the late
residence, 3116 Dodge street, at 11 o'clock
yesterday. The services, which were
conducted by Itev. T. J. Mackay of All
Saints' Episcopal church, were nlmpl'j.
A large number of the frlonds of the de
ceased attended tho last rites. The body
was taken to Ashland early in tho after
noon, where burial will 'be held thHs
GENAU NAMED JUSTICE OF
PEACE TO SUCCEED LONG
Henry II. Gcnau, an attorney, was ap
pointed Justice ot the peace to fill the
unexpired term of Eben K. Long, re
signed, by tho board of county commis
sioners. Mr. Qcnau takes office at once.
Every thrifty housewife should watch Sun
day's paper for a timely announcement from
our drapery department.
For your convenience we have moved this
department to the main floor.
Commencing Monday morning we will
place fon sale at a fraction of their value,
drapeiy remnants and discontinued pattern?,
also odd pairs of curtains from thisdepartment.
Full particulars Sunday.
Beaton l Laier Co.
415-417 South Sixteenth St.
For Every Baking
Best because it's the
purest, Best tyecause
it never fails. Best
because it makes every .
bakinglight, fluffy and
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At your grocers.
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ition, Chlcaeo, 1U.
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THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicafo
Arwood Milk and Cream
may be obtained in I ouncil
Bluffs, South Omaha and
wherever the Alamito Sani
tary Dairy (o. distribute.
Telephone Douglas 411.
.00 to Oregon and Washington
$25.00 to Montana
$28.65 to Alberta. Canada
From Omaha, Daily March 15th to April 15th, 1913
Still Lower Settlers Fares to ,
North Dakota, Montana, Manitoba, Sas
katchewan and Alberta, March 11, 18
and 25, and April 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29.
For tickets, bertht or information call on or phono
P. F.Bonorden, C. P. & T. A., 1522 Farnam St., Omaha.
Phone Doagtat 260.
FADING, TURNING GRAY, FALLING ?
APPLY A LITTLE SAGE TEA
It's Grandmother's Recipe for
Dandruff and Restoring
Color to Hair,
Almost everyone knows that Sa?o Ten
and Sulphur, properly compounded,
brings back the natural color and lustre
to the hair when faded, streaked or giay;
also cures dandruff. Itching scalp .n1
stops falling; hair. Tears ago the only
way to get this mixture was to make It
at home, which Is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays skilled chemists do this bet
ter than ourselves. By asking at any
drug store for the ready. to-ue product
called "Wyeth'a Sago and Suluhur
Hair Remedy" you will get a large oot
tie for about 50 cents. Some druggists
make their own but It's usually tot
sticky, so insist upon getting "Wyeth's"
which can be depended upon to restore
natural color and beauty to the hair and
Is the best remedy for dandruff, dry,
feverish, Itchy scalp and to stop falling
Folks like "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
because no one can positively tell that
you darkened your hair, as It ooes It so
naturally and evenly, says a well known
down town druggist. You dampen a
sponge or soft brush and draw It through
your hair, taking one small strand at n
time. This requires but a few moment,
by morning the gray hair disappears and
after another application or two Is re
stored to Its natural color and looks even
more beautiful and glossy than ever.
Sherman & McConnel Drug Co., Itf So
16th; KM So. 16th; 207 N;16th; 21th and
Farnam Sts. Advertisement.
Fortune or succeus have often
come through a little want ad.
Have you read the want jxds
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