Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 30, 1913, PART TWO EDITORIAL, Page 3-B, Image 17
TTTE OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: MAROIT 30. 1918. 3-B f Will Be in the Woman' s Club Benefit Play SCHOOL TEACHERS ASSIST Large Corps of Them Make House-to-Houso Cavasa for Sufferers. MANY NEW CASES ARE FOUND What Women Are Doing in the World Miss Sadllek will bo Leon Weltmtui, vio linist; Mrs. J. S. llorton, soprano, and Mrs. Wulter Silver, pianist. Huskies a paper on Xaver Scliarwenka, tomu of UIh compositions will be rendered. Cluli .Mee(ltii. MONDAY - Business meeting of tlio Omaha Woman's club at the club rooms at 2:30 o'clock; meeting of the directory of the Omaha Woman's club at 1:30 o'clock ut club rooms; meeting of tho young woman's class In European his tory In the lecture room of the public library at 7:30 o'clock. TUESDAY Meeting of tho Persian his tory class in the lecture room of the public library at 10:30 o'clrfck. WEDNESDAY Meeting of the Book club at the home of Mrs. W. H. Shorraden at 10:20 o'clock; meeting of the litera ture department of tho Woman s club at 10 o'clock at tne ciuo rooms. i THTJIISDAY-P. E. O. luncheon at the home of Mrs. Zachery at 1 o clock; meet ing of the Omaha Story Tellers' leagua ut tho public library at 4:15 o clock In the lecture room. , ...... . FRIDAY' Meeting of the trench history class in the lecture room of the public library at 10:30 o'clock. LUB women Ivavo directed their work toward aiding and as sisting in the relief work for tho victims of the tornado. Tho Omaha Woman's club will KiVt a benefit perform ance. "Tho Sialic of Ben-Mor." at the Uratidcla theater the afternoon and even ing of Wednesday, April 2. Mrs. E. M. Byfert, Mrs. N. H. Nejson and Mrs. I J. Hcaley arc in charge of tho affair. Mrs. Kranklln Shotwell and Mrs. Grant Will iams will take the leading parts. They are both assistant leaders of the oratory department of tho club. Miss Lillian Kltcli. leader of the dopartment, will di rect tho performance and the entire cast will be members of the Omaha Woman's club. Miss Mary Cooper will have charge of tho dancing of the program, as many of her pupils will give numbers. There will be no expense to this benefit and tho entlro proceeds will bp given to the relief fund. C. W. Turner. Jr., manager of the Brandels theater, has glvon the club the use of the theater at both per formances. The Douglas" Printing com pany has printed both the programs and tickets free of charge and Theodora Lioben lias furnished the costume free to the cast. The tickets have had a big sale and can be exchanged at the box offloe Monday for reserved seats. Following is tho cast: Bridget Hegarty Mrs. S. A. Collins Malrln Mis Ruth Thompson Barney Mrs. W. C. Nicholson Shlcla Mrs. Grant Williams Norah McDlarmuld Miss Charlotte Oravea Padralc Mrs. F. A. Shotwell Four Sidhe, or fairies Miss Bernice Brome, Miss Helen Kro ner, Miss Mary Aid, MJss Eileen Edwards. Dance arranged by Miss Cooper. The Omaha Woman's club will meet at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon In the club rooms, when it will have a business meeting. Plans will be discussed for the benefit which the club will give Wednes day at the Brandels theater. The director- of the Woman's club will meet Monday afternoon at 1:33 o'clock In tho club rooms. -"" The music department of the Omaha Woman's tlub will meet Thursday at 1:30 o'clock In tho club rooms, This program was to have been given last week, but on account of tho storm was postponed until this week. The program for the afternoon will be Seharwenka program. In charge of MUs Ht!on Sadllek, a former yvpl of Scharwcnka. Tbosa auUtlng The literature department of the Omaha Woman's club will meet Wednesday morning ut 10 o'clock In the tfub rooms. Mrs. K. It. J. Edholm will be tho leader of the morning and will be assisted by Mrs. A. B. Powers, who will read Ros tand's "Cyrano de Bergerac." The Book club will meet Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. W. II. Sherraden, 173S South Twenty ninth street, under the leadership of Mrs. Ida M. Hanchett. The meeting of tho Omaha chapter of tho Daughters of the American Revo lution, which was to have been held at tho home of Mrs. Frank Crawford Tues day afternoon, has been postponed until April 8. The Wyche Story Tellers' leaguo will meet In the lecture room of the public library Friday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. Miss Cordelia Hadorly will be the leader of the afternoon and will bo assisted by MIsb Rose Carr, Miss Kulakofsky and Miss Kate Swartzlander, who will tell stories of "Honesty" and "Greek Myths." The Benson Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. C. C. Williams Thursday aftornoon. In placo of tho program the members of tho club made garments for the relief work and voted to give to to the fund. They men again Friday after noon at the home of Mrs. IC. R, Parker and continued the work on the garments which they sont to the Auditorium. The housohold arts department of tho Young Woman's Chrlitlan association will bo In charge of the vesper service Sunday afternoon In tho association audi torium at 4:30 o'clock. There will be special music by members of the depart ment and an address by Mrs. Frederick J. Burnett on a subject appropriate to this line of the work. Miss Hane, do mestlo science director, will be hostess at the social hour which follows. All young women are cordially Invited to attend. The membership campaign, which was scheduled to occur at this time, has been greatly affected by the conditions following the storm. We wish to Im press our members with tho knowledge that It Is upon the Income from our campaign memberships that we depend for a very large share of our Income at this time, and that It Is very essential that those whose ronowals are now due should send In the momborahlp without waiting to be solicited. The number of those working In the campaign is very limited and we will not attempt to reach all whose memberships are ex piring. Credit may be given to cither side or to any Individual. The Persian history class will meet Tuesday morning at 10:8") o'clock In the lecture room of tho public library. Mrs. R, R. Zachary will entertain the Omaha chapter of the P. E. O. society at a 1 o'clock luncheon. She will be as sisted by Mrs. Myer. The luncheon will be followed by a business meeting, The young woman's class In European history will meet in the lecture room of the publlo library Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Omaha Story Tellers' league will meet In th Kcturo room of the public library Thursday afternoon at 4:16, Mrs. Dox will bo the leader of tho aftornoon. Tho French history class wllll meet Friday morning In the lecture room of tho publlo llberary at 10:30. Tho French play which was to have been given at thu open meeting of tho Woman's club Monday afternoon has been postponed Indefinitely. Tho Dundee Woman's club, which was to havo held Its meeting Wednesday afternoon, has postponed It Indefinitely. British Ministers Involved in Marconi 4 Wireless Scandal LONDON, March 29.-Hrltlsh ministers of fitato were moro Interested than as at first thought In Rtock transactions at the time of tho agreement made by the British government with the Marconi company for the ereotlon of a chain of wireless stations throughout the British empire. A second deal by David Lloyd-George, chancellor of the exchequer, and the mu ter of Ellbank, tho chief liberal whip. Involving an additional 3,000 shares in an American wireless company, wai re vealed during yesterday's meeting of the parliamentary committee of inquiry. Tho deal was first divulged In 'he cvldenco of Sir Rufus Isaacs, the attor ney general, and was confirmed by Mr. Lloyd-George. He added that beyond tho two doils which wero now known he had never directly or lndlreatly bought or had an Interest In any wireless concern. Ho as certed that there was nothing about the Investment except what was perfectly reputable and creditable for anyone and took occasion to remark that he was eorry. In spite of tho rumors as to his prodigious fortune, that he was a com paratively poor man. .Soldier Who Unit llrnt on Dtitr Since the Tornniln Ntrnclc Asia fur AssUtnnoc fur Ilia Wife nul Daughter. School teachers greutly assisted '.he re lief workers this morning when a thor ough canvass of the territories covered by the several relief stations was mado by them nud those of tlio sufferers who have bi en too ptoud to come out and nsk for help were spnt clothing, jatlon and ilvcn orders for furniture. . A corps of teachers went out from the Fortieth and Far nam streets station and reported several new cases which were unknown to those at the relief station. As soon os u teacher found a place wher help was nseded she camo direct to tho station and placed an order for t.ia req uisites. In. this way a number of persons '.vtiu had been living at the homes of uoltlibors were discovered and the nelgn. bors relluved of some of the burdens ot helping them. . At tho Forty-six tli and Leavenwurtn streets station the corps ot teaenvrs sent out from relief headquarters found thsTr work already don. The teaoheri if tlm JUeals sohool already had made i can vass of the district an.d the station had been supplying the noods since JJonay Muoh of the work there, as was also thj case at Fortieth and Farnam streets, consisted of getting orders for necessary '.furniture. At station No. 6 u soldier who hed beun doing patrol duty sinus tho tornado ap plied for help. His homo in anothor dls rlct had been destroyed and his wife 'nd daughter were beginning to fl the need of additional olothlnr. Betnr on duty In No. fi district he applied at that station and wns given Immediate relict. A girl about IS years old made her Iirst appearance at the rtatlons Phe was well idrcHsed, evidently wearing the Sunday clothes she had on nt the time of tho tstorm She asked for "something to 'work In mul wanted a coat for ner mother." Her family was left wltnout a home by the wind. INQUIRIES STILL COME FROM ANXIOUS FRIENDS Inquiries nrc still pouring In for per sons whoso whereabouts have not yet been learned by friends since tho tor nado. Mr. find Mrs. August Klrschsteln, S121 Hamilton street, are being sought by W. T. Graham, who says he has a IPOO tornado insurance policy for them when thoy call for it. Jerry Clifton, an employe of the Union Pacific. Is being sought by Vnlon Pa clflo people. Charles Morton has Inquired about him and has asked that any word of him be reported to relief station No. 2. A letter has come to the Commercial club addressed to Miss Virginia Peterson. Cyclone Victim, Omaha. She has not been found. Another letter was received Inquiring about Mark Carroll nnd wtfo, W7 South Twenty-fifth streut. J. J. Carroll. 330 East 123 street, New York, wrote, the let tor saying that he had sent several spe cial delivery letters to these people and had received no reply. Five Hundred from Woodmen Oamp to Help Their Friends B. & M. camp. No. , Modern Wood men, will have a working force of 3t)0 to 100 members doing rllof work In tho tor nado tone Sunday. The camp has a mem bership of 1,0)0 In the city. Of these I members, a largo number lost heavily by the tornsdo, and to aid them tho other members are to rally to their relief. At today noon 1W of the membsrs had vol unteered their services and it was ex pected by Clerk Devol that this number would be trebled by night. I All members ot B. & M. camp who are to 1oln In the relief work will report to I Samo Haynes, 1407 Lotlirop, or P. I. Dovol, 2105 Miami street, not later than 8 I o'clock, nrmod with saws, planes and , hammers nnd clad In working nttlro. i Undtir the direction of E. T. Bralley, H. VS. liard. P. I. Devol. K. A. Trajrnor and J. J. Lamareaux, this army will start out on the work of repairing and building homes for their lodge brothers and put ting premises In order. Members of tho camp needing assist ance are urged to notify the clerk or any member of the committee. Says Husband Led Her by the Nose One Day Through Street That her husband led her by the noss from Twenty-second and Howard to Twenty-fourth nnd Farnam streets ono day, when he was angry. alleged by Mrs. Edward Rlggs In answer to the dlvorco suit brought by her husband. Mrs. Hlggs says she and her husband had been visiting nt the home of her mother and that after a severe quarrel they started home. After thoy had gone part way. she alleges, he seised h.r by tho nos and thus led her for several Mocks. Mrs. Rlggs also asserts that hvst De cember, after her mother died, Rlggs refused to give her 10 cents car fare that she might put flowers on thej grav. MRS. CR0NK UNDERGOES OPERATION AT LINCOLN LINCOLN, March l9.-(Bpecia'.)-Mri. Cora L. Cronk, who has resldel nt tin Llndell hotel for the last year, was yos. terday operated upon at a, local hospital. Because of the serious Illness of Mrs Cronk her son, R. A. Patterson, has oome from hli home In Virginia to bo it the bedside of his mother. Hastings Sends Check for Tornado Victims Th Chamber of Commerce ot Hastings has sent The Beo a rotnlttanco for I317.JO for the relief of the tornado sufferers. It Is the result ot a hurried canvass made there after tho news of the calamity reached Hastings, and bosldes extending tho town's sympathies, advises that there U a probability of other contributions coming In. Key to tho Situation Beo Advertising. Aged Man Donates Money Due to Him Guldo A. Volkers, nn old man of prob ably 90 years, has donated tWJR to th relief 'for tornado sufferers. The dona tion Is made under circumstances which Mr. Volkers' lotter to the Omaha PrlnU Ing company explains, I am shocked nt the calamity wtiioh I read overtook your city. I hnve . bill against your firm for $10.83 (March 10). 1 don't want the monoy. Please tak this money and give it to som. desti tute family to buy coal or apply this) trifle the best you can, It mar do soma good to some one who needs It mors than I, I am only regretting that I cannot make It a thousand tlmrs more In amount. The Omaha Printing company at once notified the commission that th.y would pay the bill Into the relief fund. Persistent Advertising Is the Road ta Big Returns. Color your Last gear's Straw Hat with CHLORITE MAKES OLD STRAW HATS LOOK NEW. Splendid for fixing up Ladles'&Chlldrens hats. EASY TO APPLY Dries in 30 Minutes. Waterproof tad Durable. JatDlsckDullHsck-CanUntlRad- Navy Blue CsdetBlu. SigoCreon Burnt Straw Brown Violet Avoid off SB&trtufts-ltsbtaa fuiuto Qusms oraend 25in. atatnpa toDtpt.fl. CARPENTER-MORTON COMPANY.' BOSTON-MASS. t 'Mdlr Consider These Prices When Buying Furniture Time right now to select tho new furniture, draperies and rugs tlmt you will wont for your home this spring. New stocks are complete and you can find just what, you want later you may not ho so fortunate. For this week wo are offering special values in Tables, Beds, Chairs, Davenports; Mattrossos, ltugs, Carpets, Cur tains, etc., that you cannot afford to overlook. All bright,now goods up-to-date patterns highly desirable. You can save monoy by buying this week. You will realize it by reading tho prices below. Special Values in Curtains i il llsssl $27.50 Dining Table, $17.50 Cenulno Hastings Tyden-locked Ouk Dining Table, oxtendn 0 feot; either golden oak or fumed; removablo top. Don't confuse tills tablo at this prlco with tho ordinary table. I "I Cft Sale price Oil iuU :P- .q Iifjfl $13.50 Brass Bed, $8.75. An extra special value, Two-Inch post Brans Hod, fitted with flvo H-inch filling rods. Footboard axtondn bolow sprinir uuf flciently to mako up beautifully, 0 "I IT Sale prlco Oi I O $10.00 Felt Mattress, $6.75. ThlB Is our best seller. Mado of unbleached felt; covered with durable art tick, full bound and turtea. weigns run id pounus. You pay 110.00 or morn anywhere else. Halo prico $6i75 $3.50 Dining- Chair, $2.75 Genuine quartor-aawod, full box Hout Dining Chair, continuous post con struction, upholstered In genulnn leather, framo highly polished. Reg ular prlro J3.G0 at any 0 7C storu. Halo prlco. 0ilJ Mission Rocker, $o.u"0. Htrong, solid oak Mission 1 looker, suitable for living rootn or dan, dull, golden or fumod finish; hau throe wldo panels In back, middle seat; one-ploco conatructlon from arm to rocker. An extra goml valuo AC ftfi goiuu at Pullman Revolving Seat Davenport for $24.75. Stylish, substantial Davenport by day, a comfortable, sanitary' bed at night,- the Pullman Revolving Seat Davenport, for which we are sole selltng 'agents in Omaha. The only Davenport that can be made Into a bed, Including mattroas, covors and pillows. A child can operate It. Seat simply lifts and closes. Com pletn line in golden oak, fumod oak and mahogany covers In leather. Imitation jeatner tapestry and other materials. special sale prlco up from $24.75 The prices quoted below will astonish you when you boo the curtains. Absolutely new stocks, largo assortment, including fancy Swiss Curtains, Nottingham and Cable Nets, Voiles, Scrims and Mar quisettes, Brussols Not, Irish Point, Duch ess, Cluny, real Arabian and Renaissance. A few specials: II. 8G CurtnlriH.. 95 pair 12.50 Curtains $1.45 VaXr 3. DO Curtains S1.05 Plr $4.00 Curtains $2.25 pair $0.00 Curtains S3.0O pair $6.00 Curtains. .S3. 50 pair $7.00 Curtains $4.50 pair 20a Curtain Swiss, 38 Inches wldo, all -l ql styles, your choice iZG 3 (To and 45o Fancy Nets, extra special, per yard '. UC 7Bo Curtain Net, in white, cream nnd ACk Arab, per yard .-r. .... 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