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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL Itf, 1913.
SOCIETY HELPS IN RELIEF
Men and Women Do Their Share in
the Restoration Work.
MANY BENEFITS ARE GIVEN
Sacrrd llrnrt Alomnnp to Assist In
nehuUdlncc ibf Convrnl So
ciety In Ilpunmlmr Arllr
MONDAY Needlecraft society of Prairie
park at club house for relief worK.
TtF.snAY fnlversllv rlub dinner dance
at the club, Mr. Ward Ilrugess, hoa-
.if thn mMtlnr of the Original
rooking club; Mrs. 8. S. Caldwell, hos
tess nt the meeting or me Amawor
Muslralo club: Mm. K. P. nifenberlck
rnirrtnltm hI luncheon: Mr. J. B, Kali,
nt home In honor of Mrs. William
WEDNKSDAY-Mlas Mildred Rogers en
tertains at theater party lor her guesi.
Miss Murphy of Milwaukee; Columbian
rircle rani nartv at their hall.
THVIISDAY Mrs. M. U Halfour. hos
tess at the meeting of the Popular Card
club, Mra. C II. Hennley. hostess at
the meeting of the Swastika Card club;
LaSalle club dancing party at Cham-
I'm DA YPral rlo Park Needlecraft club
bazaar at the club house; Mrs. Curtis
Cook, hostess of thn Unanlmo club:
Mra. J K. Nelron, hostesa of the Iris
H Ttn.DAY Carnation dav: Miss Kath-
erlno Davenport, hostess of tho Kjr
The relief work seems to be spreading
to all parts of the city, and nearly every
on" Is lending assistance. The latest
society to organize for relief work Is
Tht Society of the Children of Mary, of
which Miss Stella Hamilton Is president.
assisted by tho olumnan of Sacred Heart
convent of which Miss Bertha Baumer
Is president. These societies will rats
mr nev to refurnish some of the rooms at
tin convent of the Sacred Heart, which
w i oadly damaged by the tornado.
Active members of tho alumnae of this
c ty aro writing personal letters to those I
residing In other cities, and it Is planned
to raise a large sum to assist the Bis
Pair Feminine Pan.
The base bait extras are with us again,
which is a surer sign of spring than the
If anyone doubts that the femlnlno fans
are not real enthusiasts I wish they
irlght hava seen a well groomed young
woman who started to board a West
l'arnam car last evening. Under her
arm she carried a Bee base ball extra
n .4 1 1 1 t m ak t.m m m Vint it t n Vinn A lh I
" A. ,V
car me pin sncei leu in mo muu. uvr.
miss a car, but the feminine fan let JJ
rar go uii mm oiiu ui&oiciicu uiiv mu
Bircei lo gel anomer cir.
"WCil, sne is a inorougnurca, ie-
marneu a masculine lan on no rir
Out-of-Town Quests Arrive.
Mrs. Bralncrd Mears and small ron,
Whitney Harris Mears of Wllllamstown,
Mass., havo arrived t6 visit Mr, and Airs.
Charles Moton for a few weeks. Mrs.
Mears was formerly Miss Margaret Whit,
ney of this city. Mrs. Mears la an accom-
pllshed musician and Is soprano solont who has been seriously til since the tor
In one of tho churchs in Wllltainetown. nado, Is now out of danger and slowly
Sho comes of,.a famltyof musicians and convalescing at the home of Mr. and
l a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Bumner Salter. Mrs, Jlack.
both of whom arc well known composer.
Mr. and Mrs. B. JBJfenberjck of Un-
clnnatl arrived 3mS& W v'tsft their
son, Captatn nifenberlck'. and Mrs. Rlfen.
berlck. Jn their honor Captain and Mr
IUfenberick will entertain at dinner for
them tomorrow, and Tuesday Mrs. nifen-
hnrlrlr will oiv a Innnlixnn. I
Tuid-.v n hn th eruect nt mih Miidre,i
nrL in hr honn- Miu itunni win
give a theater party Wednesday evening Greene are expected In Omaha from Call
for "Bunty Pulls the Btrlngs" and ha fornla T tno nd of this month and will
olannMt n. numh-r nt nfhr n-rttnmont- Uter go nbroad together. .
. t.iMu .i.. - -1,1.
Mrs. Johnson of St. Joseph. Mo., Is Hiohrrk,Xeal"aJr R"d WR" met by her
guest of her sister. Mrs. Henry W. Yates.
at Hillside for several weeks.
Cast of "The Sleeping Beauty."
The Sleeping Beauty," a pantomime,
wilt be given April U at tho Brandels as
a benefit to aid the- citizens' relief com
tnlttee. Many children and society youix
men and women will tako part. Tho af
fair will be under the direction of Miss
Isabel Lowden and rehearsals started
Cast of characters:
Minuet, danced by lords and ladles of
the court. Including Misses Ilbse Smyth,
Helen Matters. Marguerite Prentiss. lone,
Fogg. Qretchen McCqnnell, Beatrice Coad,
Messra. Clarence Peters. Gerrlt Fort.
John Hannlghen, Paul Homung. Ray-
mono uwe, uuy turay and Dr. Trinaur.
Benuneis-uenman Kountze, X'hllllp
Thomas and Arno Harner.
Chamberlain Richard Pace.
Queen's Attendants Miss Horton, Mluj
rorier, ansa r ry.
The King Thomas Matters.
The Queen Miss Carmellta Chase.
,Lady In Waitlng-MJaa Mildred Mir
Court Physician Cleary Hannlghen.
Wise Women Misses Harriet Sher
man, Liois uouuins, Kieanor JMcailtou,
Ituth McCoy, Frances .KlttenlKMsq. Pearl
Cowles. lSllzubeth Lane. Florence Hoi.
den, Peterson. KUngbell, Ruth Lateuser,
Itoval .Children Helen Hoagland and
The Princess Adelaide Fogg.
Steward Harold Hteere.
Footman Ellison Vlnsonhaler,
Cook Mlas Drake.
Gardener Charles Crow.
Coachman John Klttleson.
Gray Moths MUses Dorothy Guckert.
Beatrice Rosenthal, Polly Bobbins, Lu
etic lhllng, Natalie Hastings, H'ltli
lietts. Dorothy Sherman. Gertrude Morrla.
Dlvertlsement to follow "The Sleeping
Soloists Misses Anna Bourke, a ret Chen
Langdon, Frances Todd,
nuuslan Dance Misses Carmellta Chase.
Helen Epeneter, Alice Carter, Mary King
watt. Mary Burklty Helen Eastman.,
nd Messrs. Taylor Belcher, John &tcw-
rt, Fred uaugnerty, franois u nines.
jmaha People at the Springs.
Quite a colopy of Omalia people have
rone to Excelsior Springs for a rest since
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hull went to Ex-1
celstor Springs Wednesday to remain
Colonel and Mrs. Thomas 3wobe and
Mra Russell went to Excelsior Springs!
Mr Myron Learned has spent the week I
at Excelsior Springs.
Mrs. Hoxle Clarke arrived 'here the
Utter part pf last, week an4..accompanled
her mother, Mrs. Charles E. Squires, to I
ExceUlor Springs, where the latter will
emain several weeks.
Mr Hal Brady cornea home today from
week at Exceldor Springs,
Mrs. John U Webster and Miss Nell I
ttoore of Council Bluffs are spending tea
fiaya at JSxcelalor SprlnKa. Mr. Webster,
who accompanied them, returned last
Where They Are.
Hr and. Sirs. George. BracdtJ wll
JXrj. &Tai2iea. Hears
move to their home in Fair Acres next
Mr. J. J. Monnell left Tuesday for
Hopklnton, N. Y called there by the 111-
ness of an aunt.
Mrs. Duidy and her daughter, Mrs. E
W. T .no whn tin ii I Hi a vlntai In 1 tnltf
returned lust week to New York.
M, , M wk,- wh h-v. w
Diet, left Wednesday for their home In
Mr. and Mra. H. tt. Ttnrkalnw will tab.
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be vacated by Colonel and Mrs. Chubb
about tho Ztth of this month and will oc
cupy it until their own home is repaired.
Colonel Chubb will go to Texas City,
Tex., the latter part of tho month to take
command of the Eleventh Infantry there
Mrs. Chubb will go to Fort Leavenworth
to visit a while and then to Chicago,
taken a house at 3319 Davenport street,
Mrs. Black's sister, Mrs. B. It. Cotton,
Mrs. Victor Coffman and her daughter.
Mies nose, have taken an apartment at
the H)arnard and expect to be In It, some-
m " weea. '
erln- from a severe nervous shock which
"no e"Bc"u ' ."'"""..".
now ol lno non" 01 M1" i-""""
Mra Herman Kountxe and Mrs. C. J
Miss May Hamilton landed In New
lBr' D"!"tt "' '
Miss Frances Wessels has returned
from an extended stay In St. Louis and
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dletz. who have
been traveling abroad since November,
sent a wireless from the France', on which
they made the homeward trip, to say that
they will reach Omaha Tuesday. The
France Is the boat on which the remains
of .T. P. Morgan were sent back to Now
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Cooley and
children returned Thursday from Cali
fornia. Mrs. Cooley and her children
have ben at La Jolla,
Near them were
Mrs. Clark Colt, Mra II. V. Cady and her
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"" uom u.im cii uni wioj-
expect to make a trip to British Colum
A pretty wedding was celebrated Fri
day evening nt the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen,
SOU South Sixteenth street, when their
daughter, Clara, was given In marriage
to Frank Schmidt of this city. Rev,
II. H. Houseman, educational superin
tendent of Nebraska Presbyterian Sun-
dav schools, was the officiating clergy-
man. the double ring ceremony being
were married In the same home Just
four months previous, attended the bride
Nebraska Middies at Annapolis Ready for Duty
Thrco Nebraska Doys Who Will Bo In the Graduating Claas at iho Naval Academy This Year.
' The bride was gowned In white batiste,
with trimmings of cream annllauo and
yoke all-over lace, with beaded edging.
wimo roses were carried and white
sweet peas caught up the veil. The
matron of honor wore French mescaline,
with pearl beaded trimmings.
Only relatives were present, and a wed
ding supper was served. Mr. and m.
Schmidt will make their home at 2132
nouin jrineenth street.
tnL m. . ...
ine ni-A-virp club gave a dancing
k-.ij, oi immoers- xmirsday evening.
The next will bo the May nartv. m. i
The following were present at the last
Mary Hurst, .
vB?.tfi,,Tnan' Jie0, "randen.
Biaf'rd, Qertrudn Gruciilg.
Anna Andresen, Heatherlnitton
Maud Jiasleren f i. fi WliSStSF''
S!?? "orrower, Francfs Wllla'rd.
L W. Knight,
Clark Cheney ,
A. U Llerk,
W. S. Allen,
R. K. Clebourne,
J. Harry Sinclair,
J. T. Blxler,
C. u Hwancutt,
Dr. C. F. Patton,
R. L. Hydo,
M. A. Miller.
F. W. Vapor.
J. William Johnson,
Dr. N. H. Attwood,
Dr. F. C. lJlge.
J. W. Doyle.
Dr. H. QBanter,
f'r, and Mrs. Bernard Boggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haywood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McMahon.
Celebrate Ninty-first Birthday.
Mrs. William Rothschild will celebrate
her ninety-first birthday anniversary
Tuesday. In honor of Mrs. RothsnhU.1
Mrs. Jay B, Katx. wife of Mrs. Rothf.
child's grandson, Jay Katz, will be at
home Tuesday afternoon at their new
Lome. 759 South Thirty-seventh street.
Assisting in receiving the guests .will be
Mrs. Rothschild's five daughters, Mrs.
Alexander Polack, Mrs. Samuel Katz.
Mrs. M. Jacobson, Mrs. L. J. Herzog of
Lincoln and Miss Anna Rothschild. Mrs.
Rothschild bJbo has four sons, eleven
grandchildren and nine great-grandchli.
Mrs. Rothschild and her late husband
came to Omaha thirty yeurs ago from
Harrodsburg, Ky and has since mado
her home here, Mrs. Rothschild Is gltted
with an unusually bright and clear ir.lnd
and enjoys every faculty. She 'la keenly
anticipating her birthday celebration nnd
seeing all, of her friends Tuesday.
Mr. R. E. McConnell of the Dunbar
Concert company entertained Informally
at his home at 3100 Pacific street. The
ront was b. musical given In honor of
Mrs. Brewer and two daughters of Oil-
rago. Those present wrrn Mr. and Mrs.
i:iiarle Parks, Mr. Charles Parks, Jr.
and Keneth Parks of Council Bluffs, Mr
Alfred Kenedy. Dr. Ilobert Bet-d, Wll
llan Hunt. Leonard Hlal. William Schref '..
and Mr. nnd Mra. C. R. MrConnelt.
MIm Mary Dorsey entertained for M'i
Katherlne Dlnney Thursdny at a dancl i
and card party nt hr home, SBS Parkr
street. Prlzee were won by Miss Grac
Kronen and Philip Perry. Those prcscii
Kfttherlne Drummy, Marguerite Coe.
Cadet Officers Club Prom. '
The annual C. O. C. hop was held Fri
day evening at' Chambers' academy, with
about 160 couples In attendance. Th
ball room was prettily decorated In Iho
various colors of tho companies of tliv.
Idgh school cadet regiment, and likewise
the battalions. Kuch company corner,
was decorated with crepe paper either In
long streamers or draplngs on the wil.a
and posts. 1
Two cozy corners wcro made by Ltd
Hlboux and Loral clubs. Both were in ad a
up In tho club colors, gray and blacic for
lyes Hlboux and red and blue" for the
Lai a I club. Tho first extra dance wis
the officers' dance, In which only thy
commissioned officers of the regln;nt
could dance. They wore full dress uni
forms and sabers. Many of tho officers
during this period feared that their saber
would hinder their dancing, but all cutnj
through without accident.
During Intermission a group picture was
taken of all the officers with their part
ners. The grand march was led by Cap-
till n John Drcxvl and Miss Mildred Col-
Una. The dancers were:
Kathryu Crocker, Helen Hatch,
Alice van -uurc.
port, Miss Larson,
ford, Mabel Allen,
branch, Sylvia Hoover,
I' lorence Jenas,
Mario Nelceman, ,
Mary Ard of
Ford Clarke, .
Helen Gale.' "
Gertrude Dickinson, Beutrlce Meyers,
J. H., Johnson,
Kcndull Hammond, Lester McShane,
Ed Cockrell. iX.;iFJa5PaJan.
Ernest Johnson. w'"1 ,"0"n.
T. J. Wliltemore.
K. W. Benolken.
Arthur Patton. .
C O. Knapp,
H. A. Aarpns,
Albert Miller.- -Wilt
Edward ' Baumann.
HER WEDDING TAKES PLACE IN
XQss JoseplZneZ Clarke
Deyo L. Harding,
LI bIo Keycs,
Mr. and Mrs. u. k. ueea.
T XT , V. n n Rrnfiln.
CaDtaln Strltslnger. commandant of
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nlcnois announce
the marriage of their daughter, Helen
Sophia, to Edward Larue Bailey Wedncs
day, April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will be
at home after May 1 at 2588 Fort street.
Cards have been received In Omaha for
the wedding of Miss Geneva Carol now.
!, ir. Mr. Mnxwell Bundr Llewellyn
which will take place April 29 at Grace
Rnlscnnal church In Freeport, 111. The
crnnm ! h inn nf C K. LlOWCllVn OI
Chicago, formerly of Omaha, and haa
many friends here.
Suffraee Tea Postponed.
The Suffrage tea which was to have
been Riven at the home of Mrs. W. E
Rhnfnr Wednesday afternoon, has been
Indefinitely postponed owing to the fact
that many of the members are busy witn
; the relief work.
Two Sisters Engaged.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Paulsen an
nounee tno engagement oi .ineir n
daughters, Irene Augusta to Edward C,
Dodrlll of Omaha and Olllo May to R. W.
Anderson of Florence. The double wed
ding will take place In early June.
For the Future.
The Columbian Circle will meet at Its
hall. Twenty-second and Locust streets
Wednesday afternoon. The hostesses will
e Mrs. William McKenna and Sirs
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waterman an
nounco the engagement of their daughter,
Laura, to Mr. Kenneth Stewart Fin
layson of this city. The wedding will
take place In the early fall.
The bazaar planned by tne Neeaiecraii
society of Prairie Park club, which was
postponed because o fthe tornado, will
be held Saturday afternoon and evening,
April 18 at the Prairie Park club.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Clark of Seattle,
Wash., announce the engagement of their
daughter, Josephine, to Mr. John C,
Larsen of this city. Tho wedding will
tako place In June. Miss Clark will have
an unusually attractive trosseau, moat
of which was embroidered In Japan .
TCnKAlhn. Club Dance.
Members of the Rosalba club gavo nn
.ninnhl danclnr nartv Thursday even.
Ing at the Hotel Rtme. About 100 gunta
Ladies Aid Sews.
The Ladles' Aid society of Hirst Me
morlal church met Tuesday and spent the
day sewing for tornado victims.
srarments were given to the Visiting
Phi Rho Sienna Dance.
Friday evening tne memDers oi me m a
chapter of the Phi Rho Sigma fraternity
of tho University of Nebraska Meoicai
r.ii. irtiv a dance at their Club hO'MO
1031 South Thirtieth avenue. Those pre
J W. Laughlln,
Milton P. Arholt.
A. E. Westervelt.
Mr. and sirs. u. ams.
Tn and Ont nf the Bee Hive.
M!as Sadie Klrschbraun returned Bat
urday from a visit pf two weeks In Chi
u.n Tllller haa left for a two
weeks' visit In Chicago with her dauThter.
Mrs. Lester Kirscnoraun, ami r. iv.ir.iuu
v wlll.r nf Monrovia. CaL. Is
visiting her slaters, Mrs. Edward O'Brien,
a . . r , n
at the Lorenzen, nu w, t- j.
All work guaranteed
xetJU ana Xar&ey
he expects to remain two weeks, havin
rrl td Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles C. Bosewater and chll-
ren left Wednesday for Jamestown, N.
to visit for two weeks, when Mr.
Rosewater will Join them and they will
spend two weeks In Now York before re
turning to Omaha.
Mr. Wilson Low leaves today for Chi
cago to Milt her cousins, Mr. Herbert
Wilson and Miss Wilson, and later will
go to Qulncy, III., to spend a week with
an aunt there. Mr. Low and his son,
Raymond, vlll be at the Colonial until
her return, whbn tlu-y will move Into the
housa they have taken on Thirty-sixth
Relief to Employes
The street railway company has i)3iit
check for J4.C00 to Treasurer Hall of
the street car company relief commltti"!
nd G. W. Wattles has given $500 to the
same fund. This Is In addition to About
$1,500 given by tho officers of ths ,'om-
pany and $1,000 raised among the em
ployee for the rellcr or the employes of
the company who suffered losses 'rom
This will pay for about one-half the
losses suffered by the employes if the
company, the total amount raised b'nmr
$3,000. Tho company relief committee
figures the losses to employes to bo
P. GUTH TO BE AWARDED
ENGINE HOUSE CONTRACT
J, P. Guth will bo awarded the contract
for constructing a new engine house for
the city Ore department at Sixteenth and
Iiard streets when tho council convenes
Tuesday. Tho cost of the new house will
Negotiations are under way between
tho city and the Byron Reed Real Estate
company to purchase a lot at Twelfth
and Dodge, southwest corner, for llt.W)
for a new engine house site.
City Commissioner Wlthnell will rec
ommend the purchase. If the deal tees
through a new engine hoUBe will be built
there, thn house at 211 South. Tenth street
being abandoned and the lot sold to a
company which haa offered $5,600 for It,
with permission for the city to use the
house until October without rent, the rent
after October to bo $50 a month.
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and rendering It posslblo to
cllsBlfy cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted; the other Rest Cot
tage being designed for and do
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases requiring,
for a time watchful care and spe
W. G. Colling Co., Inc-
Phone Douglas 3268 1903 Farnam St.
Announcing new arrivals in
linens,' cretonnes, wall papers,
lamps in wicker. English
furniture in oak. All at reas
onable prices. 2 2
To the women...
Special Sale on
lC-sIze Elgin movements,
...x,. i nH u'aitii.m movements. 10-year
w -Dia i.iM" ui ,,... - - - .
guaranteed case v.:C,V ' V 'AXXaI'
JO". Discount on All Diamond Goods.
X.OOJE rOZ THE NA1IE.
LINDSAY, Th Jeweler
aaitt Soutli Sixteenth Street.
II I II I IflBSBSK IB
Thret "Onyw" Dayt
April 14, 15 and 16
nave been set aside by the dis
For your benefit.
We are pleased to unite with
them and have made special
efforts to give you good Bervlce.
E325 Men's "Onyx" Silk Lisle In
black only, regular BOo value,
"Onyx" day price, 3 pairs for SI
1215 Men's "Onyx" Pure Silk in
black and colors, regular BOo val
ue, "Onyx" day price, 3 pairs 31
ill i ii i ii i ii ! ii i Vt&jm
Effective April 11th, train
aervice via Illinois Central Chi
cago, St. Louis and South,
which was interrupted account
of high water, is resumed.
Trains now running on sched
uled time. Tickets and infor
mation at- City Ticket Office,
407 So. 16th St., City, National
Why it is possible for us tb give
Greater Value at these prices:
Because 18 years' study of the furniture business
and the selling of large quantities have taught us
just how to produce the maximum of furniture
value, and our buying power obtains for ub the
choice of the entire furniture market at the lowest
possible prices. We have coined into dollars of
savings for our customers. If you are not our cus
tomer, get acquainted with us and save from 20
to 40 per cent.
D. F. Corte Furniture Co.
24th nnd Farnam Sfs., Omalia.
Watches and liamonds
Drs. Mach & Much
Successors to Ballsy b icaeh
The largest and best equipped dental
office In Omaha, experts In charze of
all work, moderate prices. Porcelain
ritllngs lust like the tooth. All Instru
ments aterllzed after using.
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