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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 21, 1913
Doing in the World
Omaha Not to Lack for Good Music
N AMBITIOUS program, which
omlta no subject In -which the
modern woman la Interested
and which la notable (or the
number ot prominent men and
women who are Interested In
practical results rnthef than theories
whose names appear on It, has been an
nounced for the eighteenth meeting ot
the Nebraska Federation of Women's
Clubs, to be held at York October 6 to 9,
The committee which gave out the pro-
sram announces that It is a tentative,
ono and that some minor changes may be.
mado, but no alteration will be necessary!
which will lessen tho Interest of the
women who will attend. The sessions of
.the federation will be held In the Fl st
Congressional church, of York-
At the opening meeting to be held the I
evening of the first Monday in October
Mrs. T. Q. Gist of Falls City, stato presl-'
dent, will preside, and, together with Mrs,
Percy V. Pennypacker of Austin, Tex ,
president of the General Federation, will
extend greetings to the delegates follow
ing speeches of welcome by Mayor Bax
ter Nelson and Mrs. Lena Mead, former
president of the York Woman's club. Mr.
Carrie Peterson cf Aurora, state vice
president, will deliver a response to the
addresses of welcome and the invocation
will bo said by Rev. R. -M. Lindsay, pas
tor of the First Congregational church.
An industrial session will follow, when
Charles F. Welter, associate secretary ot
the Playgrounds Association of America,
X will deliver an address on "Industries
Humanized by Recreation."
Tuesday morning will be given over to
reports of committees, officers and dis
trict vice presidents, but In the afternoon
and evening many Interesting papers, re
ports and discussions will be In order. In
cluding such topics as "Civics and Civil
Service Reform," "Household Econom
ics," "Education" and "Health." At 4
o'clock a memorial session will be held
for tho late Mrs. Sarah Piatt Decker.
Tuesday evening, following a literature
session, Bishop Frank M. Bristol ot
Omaha will deliver a popular lecture on
1 Wednesday morning will be marked by
a health session, at which papers will be
read, by members of the health committee,
and a library session. "Food Sanitation,"'
"School Hygiene," "Eugenics" and
"Necessities for a National Health' Bu
reau" will be discussed at the health pes-
Mon. In the afternoon a household
economics session and an education ses
sion will bo held. Dr. Charles W. Fordj ce,
dean of tho teachers' college. University ,
of Nebraska, will make an address on
Civics and art sessions Wednesday
evening, a legislative session Thursday
morning and literature civil service re
form and forestry sessions Thursday aft
ernoon are on the progam.
Thursday afternoon John If. Morchcad,
governor ot Nebraska, will deliver an ad
dress on "Conservation of tho Natural
Resources of Nebraska."
Thursday evening the meetings will end
' after the introduction ot.ncw officers and
an address by Mrs. Pennybacker.
Miss Lillian Glvln entertained the
Eormo clubiat her home Tuesday, after
noon. Mrs. J& H. Barnes was the leader.
The subject chosen for the year was
The 'Woman's club of the, railway mall
service met with Mrs. 6. S. Hubbell
Wednesday , afternoon. Mrs. A. J, An
derson,, paper web read by A. C.
Rawson on "Domestlo Science In the
Grades. Mrs. J. A. Angus gave an In
strumental solo, Roll call waa re
sponded to by "Current Events." Mrs.
W, TtbEast was elected delegato to-, the
B.talo ; Federation cltfb . convention at
York October S to 15. Mrs. D. C. Dodds,
the presldent,Will also attend the con
VY. w O. A. Aotlrltiea.
The. -afternoon vesper" services oro be
ginning with great Interest and enthusi
asm, it, 'is. a 'splendid opportunity for
girls atonf and. unacquainted 'to, mako
friends among young women, Tho meet
, ing is in tho- second floor parlor at 4;30,
' with a social liour and light refreshments
-:nt 6:30, Mlis LIU Ban.e. director of the
household arts department, will give a
"talk on "Home Problems";, and there will
be a solo by Miss "dlen Sleeper.
; Tuesday evening will' ba" the second
-meeting of the Business Girls'' club. Sup
' per Is served to tho club 'atJ8:lSw- and a
meeting following. This club -Is tor any
young business. woman' and new-members'
' will be cordially welcomed at this time.
Come In and meet the girls and learn the
. pleasures ot the work In this club.
Classes and glubs begin October 7, In
cluding domestic science, sewlngy English
literature, languages, china painting,
music or dramtttc art.
This Is the week to get in line for
gymnasium classes and to arrange for
physical examinations and ordering of
At the request of some matrons unable
to enter tlje gymnasium class scheduled
tor Tuesday and Friday mornings, a new
class will be organized to' meet Monday
and Thursday mornings at 10 o'clock.
. Only those having had some gymnasium
work will be registered in the Tuesday
and Friday class, tho new class being
for beginning pupils
The Benson Woman's club will hold Its
econd .meeting ot the year Thursday.
Eeptember '25. when Mrs. C, H. Tuttle
will Jbe hostess. "Scotland" will be the
toplo ot the meeting. RoU call will be
answered by favorite Scotch ballads.
Mrs. Charles A. Tracy will read a paper
on "Edinburgh Art Galleries;" Mrs. Lu
cas Johnson on "SL Giles Church, St.
Mary's Cathedral and Monuments;" Mrs.
J. A. McCulley on "Robert Bruce," and
Mrs. IC. It. Parker wll read a paper on
''Sir Henry Ralburn. jA.t the meeting the
delegates will ba elected to the district
convention at York, fjeb., October 6-10.
(The West Omaha. Mothers' Culture
club will have Its first meeting with Mrs.
W. W. Carmlchael. 3311 California street,
Friday, September 26, at 2:39 o'clock.
There will be an election of officers.
Mrs. Francis Follonsbee, leader ot the
social science department, asks the ex
ecutive committee ot the department to
meet Monday at 3 p. nj. at the Young
Women s Christian association rooms.
The women of GeneraPHenry W. Law-
ton auxiliary to .Lee Faby camp of tho
"United Spanish War Veterans held an
all-day kenslngton and yard party at the
home of Mrs, Llndley-M. Travjs, 1937
3outh Foily-nlnth avenue, Thursday.
Prizes vcro won by Mrs. Fero, Mrs.
Hine. Ollilie 2feh$ar Franz EgenieM JTrJe JRappolcL
CONTRALTO " -BftftlTONe. HOV. OPERA, SEHl'tt StPBAH
WEDDINGS INTEREST SOCIETY
(Continued from Page Two.)
turned home after a month' stay at
Atlantic City, New York and Philadelphia.
Mlts Bessie Christie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Christie, will return
Sunday from a six weeks' visit with
friends in California.
Dr. and Mrs. S. 8. Melllnger and Mr.
and Mrs. W. 11. Sheldon of Nobraska
City left Friday tor an automobile trip
to Kansas City and Excelsior Spring,
Miss Charlotte Mlchaelien, daughter of
Waldemar Mlohaelfcn, has relumed from
a visit of three months with the family
of U F. Crofoot at their summer home
In Northeast Harbor, Me.
Mr. Richard M. Johnston of Pittsburgh,
Pa., arrived Friday to be the guest dt
his brother, Mr. James P. Johnston, and
his coujIiih, Mr and Mrs. Marlon Gib
son ot 233S Spalding street.
Mrs. It. A. Carrlngton and small son,
Richard Thomas Carrlngton, accompanied
by Mrs. Thomns O'Donnell ot Hnnnlbal,
Mo., returned vesterday from Hannibal,
where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Wilson Iow will leave Wednesday
to spend two months visiting at het
former homo In Boston. Mrs. Low wl!
go first to spend a few weeks at her
uncle's country home at CohiUsett, Mass.
Mr. Tom S. Kelly has returned from a
visit In the east and the trip ot the Great
Lakes. .Mrs. Kelly, who accompanied
him, Is spending a week with her par
ents In West Liberty, la., before return
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Wakeley have
returned from an extended eastern trip.
While in New York Mr. and Mrs. Wake
ley were the guests ot Mr. and Mrs.
Henry D. Estabrook, and later attended
the Bar association meeting In Montreal.
Mrs. Love Daniels Fllllns and daugh
ters, Misses Marlon and Ruth, accompan
ied by their family physician. Dr. Cham
berlain, all ot Oakland, Cat., passed
through Omaha enroute to New YorK,
where they sailed September JO on the
Iinperator for Paris.
A son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Samuel
BerkovlU Friday morning. Mrs, Berko
vlts was formerly Miss Ethel Newman.
A son was born Thursday to Mr. and
Mrs, Louis Epstein of Milwaukee. Mrs,
Epstein was formerly Miss Helen Furth
of this city.
Mrs. W. Morris McKay Is expected to
retuin Sunday morning from a ranch In
the western part ot the state, where she
spent the- last three months and Is much
Improved in health.
An Auto Collision
means many bad bruises, which Buck
len'n Arnica Salve heals quickly, as It
does sores, cuts, burns, piles, !Sc. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
Omaha will not lack for good music,
according to the fifth annual announce
ment just being issued by Miss Evelyn
Hopper. The plan Is for a series of four
matinee concepts jo be given at the
Brandels theater, embracing artists who
rave not previously visited the city, and
foiir "extra" concerts given by artists
formerly heard here.
Mme.iMarie Rappold, whose dramatlo
soprani voice is considered by Taacaninl
and many other authorities as tho most
beautiful on the roster of the Metro
politan Opera House, will open the series
on Tuesday afternoon, October 28, as
sisted by Vera Barstow, young Ameri
can violinist, and Harold Osborh Smith,
On Tuesday afternoon, November 25,
,the - second event of the jerles will be
given. A Joint recital by Frant Egenleff,
baritone, of the Royal Opera, Berlin, and
Katherlne Goodson, celebrated pianist.
Though Egenieff's fame as a recltallst
has been gained largely through his per
fect and beautiful style of lteder sing
ing, he Is no less familiar with American
and English song literature. His press
notices are ot remarkable strength. Both
as an Interpreter and executant, Kath
erlne Goodson occupies a lofty pinnacle
In the realm of present-day artists. She
is now starting on her fifth American
Mme. Ottille Metzger, leading contralto
of the Hamburg Opera, will be the prin
cipal soloist on the afternoon ot Febru
ary 0, when she will be assisted by a
pianist and Clara Thurston, 'solo-harplste.
Mme. Metzger came to New York for a
pair of concerts with tho Philharmonic
society last season and, although her
leave of absence will again be brief, she
includes three concerts with tho tamo
organization and appearances In the
largest cities of the east and middle
west Mme. Metzger comes to us from
the position Mme. Schumann-Helnk filled
before coming to America and was
chosen as her successor.
The fourth concert of the series will bs
given by the St. Louis 'Symphony or
chestra and an assisting-soloist on Tues
day afternoon, February 24. The entire
membership of the orchestra will be pre
sented on this occasion under the direc
tion of Max Zach, who baa Just com
pleted ,his sixth year as their conductor.
Mr. Zach was connected' with the Boston
Symphony orchestra for many years yrlor
to his engagement In St. Louis and it
was there during the summer season
that he first established his reputation
as a conductor ot remarkable ability.
Aa the tlret ot the "extra" concerts
Mme. Gadskl is booked for Thursday
evening, November C, at the Auditorium
and as this concert occurs during the
Nebraska State Teachers' association the
publicity bureau of the Commercial club
has arranged for between 3,000 and .4,000
tickets to entertain the visiting teachers.
Miss Hopper -retains but GOO seats to meet
the local demand.
Mme. Melba, Jan Kubellk and Edmund
Burke of the Montreal opera, appear In
Joint recital at the Auditorium on Mon
day evening, January 12. These artists
will be' assisted by a floutlst and pianist
and the entire combination Is considered
the most expensive ever offered Amer
ican concert goers.
MIscha El man, the young Russian vio
linist, who gave a tecttal under Miss Hop
per's" management three years ago, will
return for a matinee recital at the Bran
dels theater on Tuesday afternoon,
On Sunday afternoon, Way 34, the Min
neapolis Symphony orchestra and spring
Ceitival aoloUts will give one concert and
the last of the season.
WILL PRESIDE OVER WOMAN'S
CLUBS AT YORK THIS WEEK.
When Groom Leaves
The wedding of Fred R. Shearer to llss
Reba McNarnara, which was to havetoo-
currcd at tho bride's home, 302 jlurt
street, last night, liaji been Indefinitely
postponed, the result of the unexpected
departure of the groom from his homo
yesterday morning. It Is not known
where he went Two letters posted In
Omaha merely say that he believed his
action was ''for the best."
Persistent Advertising Is the Rood' to
A. L MANCHESTER DIES
Word has been received here that A. L.
Manchester, husband ot Mrs. Emma B.
Manchester, supreme guardian of the
Woodman Circle in Omaha, died follow
ing an operation in Wichita, Kan., at 4:30
Friday afternoon. Mr. Manchester was
prominent in Omaha and very popular
among his many friends. He wsur'an en
thusiastic Mason and a member of the
Grand Army of the Republic. Mrs. Man
chester Is in Wichita and the funeral ar
rangements will not be mads until her
Our First Display
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Mrs A. Huster
221 North 16th Street
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Sizes 34 to 50. 1 also carry Lading'
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200 North 17th St.
riomnr Hotel Bldg.
Open Evenings Till 0 P. M.
Krelg and Mrs. Blaclcett Those .present
were: Mesdames Blackett, Travis,' Qel
lus, Fero, Nye, Corneau, Wheeler, Han
sen, Krelg, Ealer and Miller.
The Wyche Story Tellers league will
meet Thursday at the public, library at
4:15. Thene will be stories of sel( control
and from Hawthorne's "Wonder Book,"
Miss Stltt. leader, will be assisted by
Mrs. Elliott, Miss Grace Conklln and
BAKER TO GIVEGPINI0N
IN THE MALONEY CASE
City Corporation Counsel Ben 8. Baker
will give a written opinion to the city
commission some time next week regard
ing the charges preferred against the
chief of detectives, Steve Malouey Judge
Baker says he has not arrived at a con
clusion as to whether the charges justify
a hearing, dismissing, a malfeasance In
office or any violation ot duty.
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