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PUB BEE: OMAHA, SAT LIU) AY, OCTOBER 18, 1913.
Frid&y, October 17, 1913.
A PRETTY sentiment of the wedding of MIbb Violet Jdslyn and Mr.
David Magowan was the orango blossoms worn on the bridal Tell.
Those blossoms wero sent from Juallta, the beautiful winter
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wattles at Hollywood, Cal. Mrs.
Magowan, with Mr. and Mrs. Joslyn, havo been guests at Juailta on dif
ferent occasions and have spent several winters at Hollywood.
Other brides who have been entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Wattles at
Juallta, and who. have worn orange blossoms from the beautiful Italian
LIBRARIANS ELECT OFFICERS
Mn. Elizabeth Smith of Chadron is
'Ifanlcd as President
ALL PLEASED WITH MEETING
Closing Amnion I Drrnlrti lo the
Work of Librarians, rrllh Intrr
ruting Pnpein by Prnm
HEW PRESIDENT STATE LIBRARY
The final meeting, of the Nebraska Li
brary association was held yesterday
In the public library. Officers for the
ensuing year were elected an follows:
Sir. Elisabeth Smith of Chadron. pres
ident. Miss Nellie Williams of Geneva, first
Mies Mary HiltohlnBs of Palls City, sec
ond ylce president.
' t! '"nmers of the University of
gardens of this home, aro Mrs. Frank Wllhelm, who wan formerly Miss! Ncb""kn' secretary-trensurer.
Jean Cudahy; Mrs. John Rouse, neo Brownie Dcss Raum, and Mrs. J. M.
Harding, who was Miss Agnes Durkley.
fho wedding of MIes Joslyn and Mr. Magowan Thursday evening was
probably the most brilliant social event of the season, and was attended by
Miss Grace O. Parsons, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Parson, and Mr.
Calvin W. Headley of Minneapolis, Minn.,
were married Wednesday at the-home of
the bride's parents, Itev. C. C. Meek of
the Castrllar Preibyterlan church offi
ciated. The bride wore her traveling gown of
blue whlpcorn. with a black velvet hat,
trimmed with plumes. After1 the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Hesdlcy left for Muscatine,
Jr.. to visit relatives, nfter which they
will go to Minneapolis to mako their
Xtr W. Hurold PerseU and Miss Ivy
"Wiles, daughter of Mrs. 1. W. Stubben
ilorf w.re married on Wednesday after,
noon at S o'clock at. the home of th
bride's mother. Itev. G, N. Dawson of the
rletx Memorial church'offtclated. Mr. and
Mrs. Persets will mako thrjr home !n
Omaha. . ,
PRESIDENT OF THE EQUAL FRAN
The wedding of Miss Emma M. Jensen,
daughter of Mrs. Nef Jensen, to Mr
Lawrence C. Nelrpri to6k place Thursday
evening- at the home, of Mr. and Mrs
Larsen of Hensoh."The ceremony was per
formed by Rev-.C.-J. Itlnger. MIsm Kmllv
Savage Waa bridesmaid and Mr. Adolph
I.arsen served a best man. Following- the
ceremony an Informal reception was held
Mr and Mrs. Nelien will be at home
after November 1 In this city.
The wedding of Miss' Ethel Klllson,
daughter of Mr. John A. Klllson, and
Hv. A. E. Selcer took plaoo at the
Church of the Good Hhephen) Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock. The ceremony was
performed by Rav. Noble of Kalis City.
Only the .Immediate relative were pres
ent, arid following the ceremony a wed
tfin dinner was served at the Henshaw,
Thetrldo wore a traveling suit of blue
srge with blue velvet hat to match, and
worn a carsui.-a bouquet of violets. Mis
Jean Klllson, slater of the bride, waa
brMeamald, jwd wore a blue serge suit
with hat te watch and carried American
beauty reaea. Mr. Harry K. Salcer.
brother or the groom, w4 beat "man.
Mr. and Mrs. Selcer left for a. western
wMdlng trip and will be at home after
November 'at Hit Camden avonue.
Rev. Mr. Selcer Is vicar of fit. John's
mission, formerly SU Stephen's mission.
Eiul IriaokiH! Keetb-. "1r
The Equal Franchise society met at the,
homo of Mrs. Charles T. Kounti Thurs
Mrs. C. W. Russell was elected presi
dent of i(he society, Mra. Charles T.
XounUe, first vice president;, Mrs. George
HaversUck. second vice president: Mrs.
H. C. fiumney. recording secretory; Mrs.
V. M, Fairfield, corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. T, M. Orr, treasurer. Mrs. J.
It. Kennedy was appointed chairman of
the membership committee. Miss Hello
Dewey chairman of courtesy committee
and Mlsa licllo Dewey chairman of tho
Mra. Harriet 11. Heller of the Child
Bavin Institute gave a short address on
the wennan's suffrage.
Mr. C. V. Wellef of New Tork City,
secretary ef the National Playground as
actatlea. gave a abort talk on the work
M'MckV the women are doing for the cause
vl the child.
LUe Ihswer ftr Iride
Mrs. Verne Miller waa hostess at a
litvwt shower Thursday evening given In
hfnor of Mlw iMcy Tltsworth, who will
be an October bride. Those present were:
cr- uiio expresses themselves an
being well pleased with the convention
and the trentmatit received while In
Omaha. Tho convention next year w:ll
bo held at Geneva, Neb.
The last meeting of. the convention
itnrted at 9 o'clock yester.Iay morning. It
was a business mealing, the discussions
being centered upon the work of librari
ans. "The Fumigation of Hooks" was ably
disclosed by Dr. Pchultz of the medical
department of the University of Ne
braska at Omaha. Jlls Joanna Hagey
of Cedar Rapids, la., spoke on "Inter
esting the Public." "The Library from
the Patron's Btandpolnt" waa discussed
by Mathew A. Hall pf Omaha. The clos
Ing discussion, "What the Library Can
Do for tho Rural Community.'' was given
by Miss Pauline Oldham Murray. Miss
Murray's discussion whs based upon the
ropoM of a township library In Buffalo
co flnty, Nebraska.
r r&ns urgan.
Mrs. C. 11. Walrath entertained at
luncheon Thursday at her home for Mrs.
F, N. Hoss of New Tork, formerly of
umana,, who Is the guest ot Mra. F. W.
TJiorne. Those present were:
3. C. Hammond, Frank Pond.
nlc 1to1. M. D. Cameron,
Wll Tdd, K, R. airtight,
F. W. Thome. V. N. lt.
?.IeP"1f!!1; .. ' Frank Portor,
Young South Omaha
Couple Slip Away
and Get Married
Much parental Indignation 'was engen
dered Thursday when It waa learned by
; the parents of Miss Kdlth nrewf r, 822
North Twenty-fifth street. South Omahn.
t that she had eloped with William Ku-
nola, clerk of tho Live mock National
Young Kunolo Is 19 years of age, while
Mrs. Kunole la 18. In getting the license,
which friends say was secured at Council
Bluffs, the bridegroom necessarily per
jured himself, and It was first rumored
that he was going to be arrested upon
suqh a charge. The difficulty then, how
ever, arose as to the location of the
couple, and they are said to be In hiding
Until silch n time as eternal forgiveness
Is forthcoming. (
The bridegroom did a halt day'a work
Wednesday and had gone out to lunch,
staying an unusual length of time. Fin
ally he called tip his employers and
asked If he might finish hli day's work
In the morning. The privilege waa de
nled him and he consequently returned
later In the afternoon and completed hU
That was the last seen of him In South
Orriaha, and no word has since reached
any of the couple's relatives as to where
tUy are- Oscar Hug, Soulh. Omaha, jlt-
iiwoa me ceremony, nut he la reticent
DR. ALEXANDER CORKEY TO
SPEAK THIS AFTERNOON
Dr. Alexander Corkey. lecturer and
author, of Nebraska, Is to deliver a lec
ture at the east side of the Young Men's
Christian association building this
afternoon at S30 o'clock on "Literature
for the Young Folks." A special In-
' vltatlon to sixth, e enth, eighth grades
and high school students has been Issued
I and a good assembly Is anticipated.
, Dr. Corkey has won wide fame as a
lecturer and an author In both the United
I States and Europe. He come from the
famous Irish family of Corkeys, seven
, brothers of whom have each won honors,
i It may be Interesting to know that the
man responsible for making this author.
or at least bringing him to the attention
! of the world, encouraged him to write
his first book and seeing that the Bame
was published, was Henry F. Klcser,
book seller, of Omaha.
A Kortnnnte Texnn.
E. W. Goodloe, Dallas, Tex., found a
sure relief for malaria and biliousness In
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Only JSC For
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Photo bv Heyn.
MRS. ELIZABETH SMITH.
Grant. Martin Comes
to the Defense of
Grant Martin, attorney general of the
state, has come to tho defense of Harley
G. Moorhead, election commissioner of
Douglas county, In the fight now In the
supremo court, In which city attorneys
seek to secure enfranchisement for Father
John Williams, who has voted In Omaha
for forty years, but was fumed away
from the election commissioner's office
when lie sought to register.
Attorney General Martin has filed a
brief In Moorhead's defenses giving the
attorneys for Father Williams two days
In which to digest It, as tho case comes
up for nrgument In the supremo court
next week. ' Father Williams won his
caso In the lower courts and It was ap
pealed by Moorhead
City attorneys maintain the office of
election commissioner la a coimty office
and that Martin Is "butting In."
FELT IN NICARAGUA
SAN UAN DEL SUR, Nicaragua, Oct.
17.WJolint jearthquates today shook the
L. II. Wa rath.
Miss Havens, Atkinson. Neb.
For the Future.
Mrs, Charlea Singer and Mrs. I.
Rosenthal will entertain at bridge at their
home on October ti and a In honor of
Mrs. Leo. Rosenthal and Mrs. Jay
on what he know I- I EI" clt1'8 of Managua. Maaaya and Granda.
coUpTe Is' "all set ' eXCePt,n lhat the . The alarmed Population deserted their
CREIGHT0N CLUB WANTS
CAR LINE TO SOUTH OMAHA
MANUFACTURERS TO BUY
t LINCOLN WAY BUTTONS
The dozen membera of the board of
directors of the Omaha Manufacturers'
association aro to purchase one 5 cer
tificate each In the Lincoln Memorial
Highway association. At the meeting of
the board Of directors at noon at the
Commercial club,, they decided to do this
as Individuals; to start the good work
along,; They endorsed the Lincoln High
v. ay movement and took this little step
to show thslr Individual sincerity.
It was also decided to Invite Governor
Morehead to appear before the Omaha
Manufacturers' association some time
before November J5' to speak on the sub
Ject ttt prison labor on the Lincoln High-way.
I'erslslent Advertising la the Road to
The members of the Crelghton First
Addition Improvement club Will circu
late a petition requesting that the street
car company construct a new street car
line to South Omaha by way of Hans
com park. The petition aska for a line
extending from Twenty-ninth and Dupont
atreets to Gold or Arbor, thence to
I Forty-seoond and south to Graceland
cemetery, wncn will save twenty min
utes, according to the club.
An extension of tho, west side park
line was first contemplated by the club,
but' President Wattles of tho street car
company demonstrated that so many rail
road tracks would have to bo crossed
that the extension would scarcely be
feasible: ThUs the club drew up the
extension of Uie east side line.
Another petition was framed to bo pre
sented to Commissioner Howell of the
Water board, asking for a water dis
trict In Home Terrace, west of the Mis
souri Pacific tracks, between Martha and
Arbor streets. The club was promised
the district over a year ago, but It haa
neVer been granted.
A third petlilon waa framed requeatlng
that a fire plug be Installed at Thirty
fourth and Arbor. The Auditorium bond
proposition was discussed, but no action
houses for the public squares and open
spaces. One building collapsed In Jalteva.
a suburb of Granada.
The earth termors coincide with the
activity of the volcano of Santiago.
Bouillon made by
dropping an ARMOUR
BOUILLON CUBE In
a cup of hot water will
quickly speed Colonel
U. E, Morte on his way.
Tho safest, sanest bra
cer without reaction.
It stimulates tho
circulation and soothes
At Orjr, DranWti u4
Aiuons amd Courisr
A lit Johnston.
Mr Thomas Bhafer.
Tar lcceat Jfcidei.
Mrs. Harry Montgomery entertained In-1
formally at bridge this afternoon at her
) ome In honor of Mrs. Frank Keogh and
Mr. Walter Roberta, two recent brides, j
Three tables of players were present.
la aad Oat of the See Hive.
Dr. Milton Frederick Arnholt of Lin
coln, formerly of Omaha, la visiting
friends here and will attend the Phi Rho
Clgma fraternity banquet at the Univer
sity club this evening.
Miss Laura Yund of Amsterdam, N. Y.,
arrived last evening to be one of the ,
guests at the wedding of Miss Esther'
Byrne and Mr. William FlUgerald Pat-1
urday Mtea Yund will visit Misses Ilea- j
trice and Irene Coad for a few fweeka.
All four young women attended Trinity
college in Washington.
Seakemie Whist Club.
The Bonhomie Whist club was enter
tained Wednesday evening at the home
of Mr and Mrs. Max Smith. Prises were
won by Mr. and Mra. W. 8. Guild and
Frank Xlskenon. The next meeting of
tb club will be a Hallowe'en party on
the evening of October 19. Those present
at the last meeting- were: -
Mr. aad Mrs. Frdank Klnkeaon.
Mr and Mra. John Wilson.
Mr and Mra. Arthur Sorenson.
Mr and Mrs. James Greene.
Mr. ana Mra. W, V. Guild
Mr sa4 Mrs. Max Smith.
He fura Vx fcuker.
The Nn 0lgrn Nu fraternity of the
X'nlversRy of Nebraska wilt give a
amoker t the houae. SO! Faroam street,
AH alumni attending the clinics are In
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