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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATTHDAT, MAIiCTt 22, 1013.
OLY WEEK, or the last week of Lent, was faithfully observed by
H society. A number of plans are now being formulated for festlvl
ties after Easter, and Omahans will resume activity and entertain
quite a good deal before It is warm enough to completely transfer
their affections to outdoor pastimes.
Dancing will be just as much In
the year, and the warm, solicitous lnfluonco of spring will call forth Its duo
expression, Just as It always has and
Olden writers tell us of tho dances
and Romans, and that summor wob always heralded with open air per
formances by gratuitous youths and maidens In tho preceding season.
The customs havo naturally changed since then, and our climate Is a great
deal different, too, but, nevertheless, the coming of spring will be cele
brated with, many dances and entertainments,
Easter Monday thero will bo a largo dlnner-danco nt tho Omaha club.
This Is the second given by the club thlB year and will bo one of tho
largest affairs preceding tho opening of tho country clubs.
On the same evening La Salle club will give a dancing party at Cham
Tuesday evening the Wlso Memorial charity ball will bo held In the
Auditorium, und already enough tloUots have been sold Jo assure a great
oncccss. Several generous donation: havo oIko boon vecolvcd by tho ball
Wednesday evcnlugs the Elks' club will glvo a dancing party at their
club rooms. , '
Friday evening the Pan dlub .will entertain at tho Metropolitan.
Saturday evening of noxt week tho Junior club will glvo h dancing
party at tho Country club. This will bo for the members of the younger
set and gives promise of being one of tho most onjoyablo informal affairs
of the spring.
Uo sides the dancing parties, there will bo a number of bridge enter
tainments. M'lea Emma Balllargeon of Soattlo, Wash., is visiting Misa
Esther lJyrne, and In her houor a number or social affairs arc planned.
Tuesday evening Miss Byrno will ontortain at bridge, and Wednosduy
evening Miss Carolyn Cougdon will entertain.
Many brdgoclub meotings were postponed because of Holy week and
will be resumed next week. Miss Knthorlno Thummoll will bo hosteso for"
tfie meeting of tho Debutante club Tuesday afternoon, and the same day
Mrs. J. M. Hardlnc will be hostess for the Auction Bridge club.
Miss Grace Conklln entertained Thurs.
day afternoon at her home. WW Capitol
avenue' In honor of Miss Clara Mel Tat
ten of Chicago, guest ot; Mrs. E. A.
Tryon. Those present were:
C. W. Hayes,
N. II. Nelson,
C. II. Uullln,
W. H. Hancock,
M. V. Cameron.
J. F. Ferguson,
George n. Darr,
IJ. H. Baker.
II. E. MrKelvle,
K. M. Byfert.
I Biac Douglas,
A. I Fernald",
F. n. Btrnlght,
A. n. Hunt.
Miss Clara reterson entertained nt an
enjoyablo card party last evening nt her
home, Easter decorations were used nnd
Miss Clara Ruppoll assisted. Six prices
were awarded and those present wore:
Alma 1 1 Arms,
Tho wedding of Miss Doris Wolf,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf
of Omaha, ana Mr. Ilalph Lovoy of New
York City, took place Thursday after
noon at the Waldorf Astoria In Now
Mr. and Mrs. Lovoy left for a two
months' wedding trip through Europo,
and wjtl bo at home after June 1 at the
At the University Club.
Omana mtmuera ot Alpha Theta Chi
fraternity Held a dinner at the University
club Wednesday cventns. Thusn prtssnt
-,-.-ii:u, oi-tcitu ituumuiali,
Ilalpli Vau Orsdcl, m ai, ptinuarlano,
t.ir fzwmi, ivU rnauuhton,
liaituhU UUfU, lUluh tiweeley,
tmutpi ii, Umiitun, Harold Urahani,
.tiM 'A, IIIiBlns, uoa Howe,
UWty'r, keavitt, . Homer Phillips,
J, UrO Moore, Artnur bcrlbuw.
lAUitiaa G&rd Olub.
The Baustlna Card club met at the
home of Miss JClU Evuiifl Wednesday
nfttrniwl: 'flu prlres tottd won by Mis
Ilcleu "iuSor and' Miss fJdMChy XTlea':
At tire Srandeis.
A Urge fcufljenc was present Thursday
Avrntntf Uf thi -lAllrf .l..( ui.. i ..
? "iMi tvwku. Hltuu
CucenS Taa.ye.Jit the. Iirahdels upder Uw
htfiWtlAH (if lliJ tl,,,.xL n.i.
Ja KISfl atlflr the pfitroimce ot jhtj
uesd3? JTorMrw sjaawreti .M.ii'.
lXf 3f at Out numbers of til dub
wer prtrct- Sirs. XAsblt Xaknuk
70 DIE A HH t
36,792,000 A YEAR
This Mortality Can Be Reduced at Least
One-Balf. Most AUmenta Are
Caused From Constipation and
The Christian. Herald recently pnbtlshed
the astounding atatiitlrs that &i,Tir.',000
die etery year. A large percentage die
from preTentable diseases. J want to 1m- .
press upon tbe medical profei.lon and '
upon every man. woman and child, wheth
er thex re lck or well, that constipation
and weakened stomachs are tbe causo of
kidney ailments, liver ailments, rheuma
t!m and nearly all blood diseases.
Paysiclans are learning that wben you
keep tbe stomach aweet. tbe bowels clean
and active, tbe llrer and kldnejra will per
form their functions and will make gotd
rich blood and nourish all parts ot tho
body. Ibat Is why I am girlng bo much
attention to bt Paw paw laxative Pills.
They do energise tbe stomach so that it
ran digest and get all the nutriment from
?ood- They do carry off tbe bile from,
tbe llrtr and keep tbe bowel as clean
na anr other part of tho body. They do
"..r110" .5"Plng. without purging and
without debilitating. Don't be stuck on
your doctor. Don't be stnek on old-fish-loned
medicine. BK PHOOREHHlVE.
Don t use a tallow candle when you can
h,Te .?? 'frSjrtc llsbt. (Jet tbe beat ot
everything. You are entitled to it.
I want every person who hsa a sour
stpmacn. who baa dlitreu after ratlnr,
who belches up gas. who Ja weak anil
neirou. who cannot aleep. and partlru.
larly thoae who are constipated, to crt a
bottle of mr Taw Paw Laxative rills
from their nearest drug store. Take one
or. two, at night You cannot ha re bead
aches If you take these PUI. Yon can
not nave dyspepsia, constipation and bill
ounes, because these little peacemakera
uut iw aiomacn an or ine wssto I
matter last as soon as tbe stomarli haa ,
Friday, March 21, 1913.
vogue as It always Is at this time of
that wero practiced by tho Grecians
"Dutch treat" party ot
Miss Evelyn Hopper entertained at a
box party nnd her guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Cowglll.
Mr, nnd Mre. Herbert Rogers.
Mrs. Edward Johnson and Mrs. Frank
Parsons entortalned at a Kensington this
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. Johnson.
There wero forty guests present, the
mombers ot one of the divisions of the
First llaptlst church, and several Invited
guests. Mrs. J. A. Sunderland poured
cofteo. The aftornoon was spent with
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Stockton Heth In spending a fort
night at tho Elms hotel at Excelsior
Miss Cora Nell ratten of Chicago, ar
rived Thursday to bo tho guest for a
few days of Miss Grace Conklln.
Mrs. E. Dlmon Bird ot New York is
expected Saturday to spend two weeks
with her parents, Colonel and Mrs. S, S.
Mrs. Harold Prltchett, who has been
visiting friends In St. Joseph, has gone
to Chicago to meet Mn Prltchett. They
will return home Sunday morning.
Mr. Joseph Hayden and his sisters.
Mrs. Thomas Flynn and Miss Sadie Hay
den, are expected home Sunday morning
from n few weeks' stay In Los Angeles
and other points In California.
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
1 111 v- itwo i. nn
ALL TO ASK F0RM0RE MONEY
Oity Commissioners Present Extra
Needs of Departments.
MANY AM0UNT8 ARE DOUBLED
Apportionment N'nir Mailp I)o JVot
Cover Necessities nnd Some of
the Ilenita Urqurnt that
.flhVjrhf Doubled. .
City commissioners arc prepdrlng to
submit to tho charter revision commut--!
nn outline of their needs. All depurt
mentM will ask for more money and soma
of them for nearly double tho amounts
they have formerly received.
C. II. Wlthncll, superintendent of the
dcparteijt of flro protection and water
supply, will ask for J325.000, whlcn is
n year more than Is apportioned to his
"We need more flro criulpme.it," sa;d
Wlthnell. "I think wo ought to have
mora engines. The greater part ot this
additional sum ought to be spent for new
Park Commissioner Hummel said ho
would be satisfied with J2W.O0O a year.
He will meet with tho charter committie
and talk over tho matter before maklnK
his suggestions In writing.
Other coinmlsalonovs are working over
their estimates and atu paying they
Will atk as small vasuin as tho
department can be properly hand ltd with
Dan B. Butler, commissioner of flnancM
and accounts, has not decided how much
money his dopurtment ought to have, out
h has concluded to ask the commission
to wrlto In tho charter that persons wltn
bills against tho city must file them
within a certain limit1 tlmo or loie all
right to collect. This, Butlor rays, Is
made necessary because of the numerous
old bills for large amounts now, pouring
Into his office. The commissioner has no
record ot tome of these bills and others
mo of doubtful origin. Many of then
aro several years old.
Street Commissioner Kugel wants trie
commission to provide him with suffi
cient funds to hire men to Keep the
Streets perfectly clean all the time.
Police Commissioner rtyder wants mors
policemen and additional police facilities.
alt of which cannot bo secured out nt
the amount he will ask to have appor
tioned for his department.
Thomas McGovern, commissioner of
public Improvements, Is working out uls
needs an.d will ask for a sum larrfe
enough to cover all expenditures without
forcing tho head of tho department to a
thousand and one little economics.
ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF
GIVEN DAMAGE VERDICT
Martin J. Dlneen, nsslstant fire chief,
was given a S7!5 damage verdict against
the Omaha street railway company in
tho district court. The suit grew out ot
an accident on Twenty-ninth and Cuming
streotfl, Juno 16, 1911, whsn Dlneen was
crossing tho car tracks In the tiro buggy
and on his way to answer a flro call.
There wore two cars at tho crossing,
each going In nn opposite direction, and
In trying to nvold one ha drove. Into tho
other. His knee, shoulder and leg wora
badly bruised and ho was laid up for
some time. Dlneen later sued tho street
railway company for $10,000 dumages.
A MriwlKC to nnllrond alrn.
E. 8. Bacon, 11 Bath St, Bath, Me.,
sends out this warning to rallroadan
everywhere, "My work as conductor
caused a chronic Inflammation of the
kidneys and I was miserable and all
played out. I was weak and had dizzy
spells, and a friend recommended Foley
Kidney Pills. From the day I began
taking them, I commenced to regain my
strength. The Inflammation la gone and
I feel better now than I have In twenty
years." Try them. For sale by all dealsra
Spring Has Come
BY WINSOR M'CAY
Woman Learns of
Mrs. May Griffith! who la -ueklng n
divorce from her husbaml, Andrew F.
Griffith, salesman for a local cigar com
pany, told In district court of becomln?
a$nuBintdiwith A young woman Jwhiun
she hnjd arapoged wddan hffrpltS"$f Mr
a daughter -of one of the prominent fami
lies of Denvor, whom Mr. Griffith had
asked to marry him.
The girl was Miss Mildred Wcstrope.
When she received a letter i.om' Mrs.
Griffith the young woman "replied that
she had been told by Mr. -Griffith that
ho was a widower; that shV would have
nothing more to do with him, and that
she would like to know Mrs, Urlflltn
better that the wife might learn wno sho
was and might understand the ?lrcum
stances. Lettein from Miss Wei trope
were read , which Indicated' that sno
thought herself nn engaged girl. Mr.'
Griffith paid Mls! Westrope and her fain,
lly h high compliment In her testimony.
Mlsa Westrope wrote to Mrs. Grittlti
that sho should .return nil the prevents
sho had recclyed'from tho husband. Sho
said she had received letters irom hltfl
nearly every, day for two years, but thu
she then suspected that ho wast murrlo
nnd ceased to write to him.
Mrs. Griffith learned of Miss Westrope
when she came to u local hotel a Uay
ahead of time. to meet her husband and
received mall addressed to him. One ot
the letters was signed "Mildred SV. ' Mis3
Westropo was In Ixs Angeles, Cul.
Mr. and, Mrs. Griffith havo one son 12
years old.' Hho Is asking a divorce.
emporary. alimony and a permanent al
lowance. The couple was4 married In HVI.i
Tabloid Musical - r .
Comedies to Open
at the Hippodrome
With the arrival of the sheriff from
Danville, III., the troubles ot Harvey
Day, theatrical promoter, came ,to an
end. He signed a bill of sale for his
holdings n Danville and- was- rolcitscd
from custodj'. This gave him an .'oppor
tunity to conolupo tho deal pending" with
K. I. Johnson for tho lease of tho Hippo
drome, with the result that the transfw
has ber.n made, and beginning b'n SuikIaX
the Hippodrome will be devoted to the
production of "tabloid" musical .comedies.
Boyd Wolfolk, general manager of .the
new enterprise, will reach Omaha Satur
day or Sunday to look, after the opening.
Manager Johnson of tho Gayety will
hereafter glvo his undivided attention to
that theater. Ho announces that tho
regular season will end at ills house on
May 3, and that his summer show will
start on May 4,
SCARLET FEVER HAS BEEN
ALLAYED AT HART HOME
Reports from tho Hart homo at 2103
I.ako street, Indicate; that the. slcgo ot
scarlet fever, which has visited the
family and tnken the Uvea of three of
tho children In tho last two weeks, has
been allayed and that within another
week or so the quarantine nuty be taken
down,' " . . 1
Mrs. .Ethel Ryneorson Hartr .wlfo, of a
bookkeeper In the Corn Exchango bank,
was tho first to bo III and shortly after
word tho entire family was taken down.
Nobody la To Old
to learn that the sure way to cure a
cough, cold or soro lungs is will Dr.
King's New Discovery. 10c and $1.00.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Xdvertlse
POOL WARNS ALL EMPLOYERS
Says He Will Enforce Law in Regard-
to Women Workers.
MUST QUIT WORK AT 10 O'CLOCK
Sorvrn Notice 011 Those AVI10 Are
nmplorlns- Fetimlr Help After j
tliVIoitr Provided by
' . C i this llnrr.
Clmrlos W. Pool, deputy commlsBioiie
of labor, served notloo Friday that he will
strlqtly enforco the state law prohibiting
women from working In mercantile estab
lishments and other Institutions after 10
o'clock nt night. Mr Pool, at the office
of Probation OfflccY Mogy Bernstein, is
sued a stntement In Which he said he wan
giving employers this notice In order
that steps may be taken. If desired, o
change the law. Mr. Pool's offlco s In
Lincoln. Following' Is his statement Ir.
' 'I came to Omaha Thursday evening
In response to a .domptutnt filed In my
department that the law 'pertaining to
female labor In tnb""Btata' was being"
"Immediately after 10' o'clock 1 was
Joined by two gentlemen friends nnd be
tween tho hours of 10:10 p. 111. and 11:4b
p. m., as shown by my records I Inter
viewed thirty girls and women who were
employed In different lines of labor 1,1
direct violation of the statutes.
"what Impressed .me most was the fact
that at no -business -house where 1 called -Where
wnmrn wprfl pmnlnvpl mv. nn t
.did I find the proprietor present.
"There seemed, to bo a diversity ot
oplnlon-among.the various employes with
whom I talked as to working alter 10
o'clock, some expressing entire a tie tac
tion and others lioplng that orders mlsbt
bclssued which' would relievo -hem of
their .duties aftt'r that hour.
."I.'sUggW that If tho provisions of .tho
.law"aro 'unsatisfactory cither to the' ent-
nlnvnr nr 4 1. r m Til un 1 I . n . . ..
still tlmo' in wJilclr to havo the detects!
remedied by appealing to tho legitlature
Which is no.w In session .(tit -Lincoln, it
Is my purpose, so long as. I occupy tno
offlco of deputy' commissioner of labor,
to Insist .upon the strict' enforcement ot
each and oVery enactment as 1 tmd It'lil
. The places in Omaha which Mr. Poll
visited' comprised hotels, restaurants,
candy stores, .drug stores and otner simU
)ur sjores. Violations of the woman's
labor "'law aro punishable by line, tho
minimum being J10 for each offense, liach i
mgni .mat a woman or .sin work's con
stitutes' a separata offense.
Omahans May Be in
from Yaqui Indians
Tie latest war news from Mexico la
earnestly attracting the attention of
Omahans who are acquainted with Mrs.
Edwin II aney, widow of tho lato Union
station master, and her son, Edwin
Hancy, who has been in charge of tho
Ronqulllo hospital at Cananea, Mexico,
for .a number of years. '
A report from tho border says that
American women In automobiles vere
being hurried to tho Arizona border tri
avoid nn attack pf Yanuls, who had
gathered to take tho towtn.
Som'o time ago Mrs, Haney wrote a
friend "hero tliat Americans were' preprr
Ing to ieavo and that Dr. Haney had his
auto In readiness with wheel chains "l-
ready attached for tho rough roads to
make a quick flight to safety.
Cananea Is n mining town made up
practically of Americans excepting In
the caso of the peon laborers.
MILK-WAGON DRIVER HELD
FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
C, H. Bowley, a driver for the High
land Parle Dairy company, was arrested
on a chargo of cruelty to animals. Rowley
left his team standing in front ot a
saloon on lower FarUanv street for about
if.ur hours. An officer took pity on tho
animals and put them In n, livery barn,
and when Bowley came to the station to
complain of the theft of his team, was
locked up. He was later released on n
10 cash bond.
POLICE OFFICER TR0BY
TAKEN T0JHE H0SPTAL
Officer A. L. Troby, who was severely
injured when he fell from a street car a
few nlghta ago, was moved from his
home, 340.) Twenty-eighth avenue, to the
Wlso Memorial hospital, where- it is re
ported hla condition Is cerious. Troby,
whllo getting off a street car Monday
night, slipped and fell, lighting on his
hcud. He was rendered unconscious and
taken to his homo In tho police ambu
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