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THE OMATTA RVNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 1 1914.
Doing in the World
St, Joseph Women Who Come to Oreighton Glee Club Concert
Bt'NDAY Young AVoman's Christian as
sociation veBper service, 4: p. m.; Clio
Study club, .Miss Ida Kulakofsky host
ess. MONDAY-Phllosophy and Ethics depart
ment of the Omaha. Woman's club, open
program meeting; 1'rof. F. M. Fling,
lecturo on "Cavour and tho Unity of
Italy." Central High school, 4 p. m.;
Persian history class, mi bile library.
10 a. m.
TUESDAY Tuesday Morning Musical
club, Mrs. Louis Nash hostess; J. Law
rle Wallace, lecture at art exhibit, pub
lic library; current topics department
Omaha oman's club, kenslngton, Mrs.
It. E. McKelvy, hostess; literature de
partment South Omaha Wvman's club,
open house. Young Woman's Christian
association; U. S. Grant Women's Ke
llef Corps, Memorial hall; Now Story
Tellers' league, public library, 4:15 p.
m.j French history class, public library,
7:30 p. ni.; Omaha chapter Daughters of
American Iteyolutlon, Mrs. Eoward I.
l'eclc hostess; Qeorge A. Custer Wo
men's Heller Corps, Mrs. E. J. Clark
WEDNESDAY Omaha Suffrage associa
tion, liarlght hall, 2:30 p. m.; Mu Sigma,
Mrs. G. W. Noble hostess; Dundee Wo
man's club, Mrs. F. W. Carmlchnel
hostess; literature department Omaha
Woman's club, Art Gild lecturo by J,
1-awrlo Wallace, public library, 8 p. in.;
children's story hour, -4 p, m.; Hook Re
view club, Mrs. Fred Pearo hostess;
Blue Bird girls' entertainment, Young
Woman's Christian association.
THURSDAY Omaha Story Tellers'
league, public library, 4:15 p. m.i P. E.
O. society, Mrs. F. W. Lohnhoff host
ess; Political Equality tea, council
chamber city hall; Senior Art society.
public library, 10 a. m.; decorative art
class, public library, 7 p. m.; Emma
Hooglond Flower mission; Benson
Baptist Missionary society, Mrs. Tuttlc
FRIDAY French department. Omaha
AVoman's club; Central anil Monmouth
Park Mothers' Welfaro league; Thomas
II. Kimball, lecture at art exhibit, 3 p.
m.; Dorcas Sewing club, Mrs. !. Nel
son hostess; mothers' culture depart
ment. South Omaha AVoman's club;
French history, public library, 10 a. m.j
civics class, public library, 7:30 p. m.
SATURDAY Major Isaac Sadler effap
tcr Daughters of tho American Revo
lution, Mrs. li G. Eldrldge hostess.
HE philosophy and ethics de
partment of tho Omaha AVom
en'n club will present the pro
gram at the open meeting
Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mary
B. Newton Is leader of tho
department. The program will consist "of
a paper on tho subject of "Words" by
Mrs. Elizabeth Oehrlo, and 'a violin and
vocal solo by Miss Florence Cotterlll, ac
companied by Miss Bessie Cotterlll.
Tho literature department of the Omaha
Woman's club will meet AVcdnesday,
"Milestones," by Arnold Bennett, an ex
ponent of tho school St realism, will bo
studied under the leadership of Mrs. G.
C. Bonner. Mrs. AV. "E. Bingham will tell
the story, Mrs. Shlppcrd will gtve the
drama and Mrs. Bonner an analysts of
The current topics department of the
Omaha AVoman's club will enjoy a ken
slngton at the home of Mrs. R. E. Mc
Kelvy Tuesday afternoon. The commit
tee in charge consists of Mrs. Isaac
Douglas, chairman; Meedames L,. M.
Lord, C. B. Coon, M. B. Miller, O. Y.
Krlng. M. I. Crelgh, T. It. Word, J. D.
Hiss and C. yincont, leader of tho de
partment. A program consisting of a
reading by Miss Loeka, a review of a late
book. by Mrs. M. I,; Crelgh and musical
numbers by MJss Dorothy Fronts 'Will1 be
given. Tho next department kenslngton
will bo given at the home of Mrs. Ed
ward Phelan, the date to be announced
The Central and Monmouth Park
Mothers' league will meet Friday at 2 p.
m. at the Monmouth Park school. Elec
tion of officers will take placo and Miss
Edith Tobltt of tho public library will
, give a stereoptlcon lecture. The sewing
I school conducted by this organization will
mee,t Saturday morning from 9 until 11:30
at tho Central Park school.
ff. The Tuesday Morning Musical meets
Sam Caldwell has charge of tho pro
gram, which will include Mrs. and Miss
AVhltmoro and Misa Alice Kennard, Mrs,
Georgo Barker, Jr.,' Miss Margaret Mc
pherson and Miss Von Mansfolde, with
Mrs.- Wagner, Miss Gretchen McConnell
and Miss Whltmore as accompanists,
The literature department of the South
Omaha AVoman's club will meet Tuesday.
The program will be on American art,
with stereoptlcon views on tho subject of
"Hudson River Artists," by Mrs. J. B
The Clio Study club meets today at the
home .of Miss Ida Kulakofsky. "A
Night's Liodglng," by Gorky, -will be
studied. .Gorky's life and -work will be
the toplo of Miss Lillian Chernlss; the
difference In viewpoint between Gorky
and Tolstoi will be given by Miss Hose
Grodlnsky, and the story and criticism
of the play by Miss Ida Kulakofsky.
The meeting of the Dundee AVoman's
club, which was postponed on account of
the death of little Helen Rhoadcc, will be
held AVednesday at tho home of Mrs. F,
AV. Carmlchael. The program on "Mcx'
Ico" will be given as announced previ
ously, with the addition of, Mrs. II, K
Morton, who will read a paper on "Prim
Hive Mexico and the Aztecs."
Llndsey reported the progress of tho
work in Douglas county and Miss Flora
Dunlap told of the work In Iowa.
The Mu Sigma club will meet AVednes
day morning at tho home of Mrs. G. AV,
Noble,' Mrs. Conklln will bo leader of
tho program, which will be on "Dickens'
Tho Dorcas Sewing club will meet Fr.
day with Mrs. L. Nelson, when the mem
Lcrs will sew for the needy.
Tho Book Review club whl meet
AVcdnesday nt the hmo of Mrs, Fred
Pearce. Mrs. Hnnohett will lecturo on
Members of the P. K. O. society will
have a luncheon at the home of Mrs. !
AV. Lehnhoff Thursday at 12:S0 p. m. Th
hostess will be assisted by Mrs. J. II
Wlntersteen'. A business meeting, will
The Omaha AVoman's Suffrage aseocla
tion meets AVednesdaHtat 2:30 p. m. at
liarlght hall. Regular business will be
tianf acted, following which a review
current topics In tho suffrage world will
be given by Mrs. 1. Connor, and a read
inc from Jack London with regard
suffrage, by Mrs. Herbert McCoy.
The Anthony Suffrage, league of Ben
son met Friday evening at the home of
Mis. Z. T. Llndtoy. A review of Prof,
1' M. Fling's suffrage lecture was rive
MANY OMAHA GIRLS TO WED
Five Selcot Practioally the Same
Time to Tell Their Friend.
GLEE CLUB CONCERT ATTRACTS
Mnny Social Kvrnt rtnnnrtl In Con
nection trlth the Annual Uvent
of CrrlKhinn Mnnlcnl Or-unttlrntlnn.
(Continued from Pago Two.)
end Mrs. Ben Cotton on Thirty-eighth
Mr, and Mrs. Louis Hlller havo returned
from a short visit In Knnsns City and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Hosfotd have returned from a week
ot Excelsior Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Dodge. Jr., and
son, Philip, will go to California tho
first pnrt of February.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Bldwell and
daughter nre visiting with Mr. and Mrs
A. T. Bldwell ntW family.
Mr. nnd Mrs. l'Mll Wcrllncr will leave
this evening for Chicago, New York,
Washington and Philadelphia.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. II. Howtand and Miss
Marjorlc Howland left this week for u
six weeks' stay In southern Florida.
Mr. nnd Mrs. AV. T. Hums expect to
leave February 7 for Plnchurst, N. C, to
visit Mr. Burns' parents for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden tailtli
and daughters, Misses Helen and Grnrc,
returned from the enst Sunday morning.
VM T3 d y" -
Soloists for Oreighton G-lee Club Concert
The Political Equality league will en
tertain tho Men's league, ns well as tho
other two suffrago associations, at a
tea In tho council chamber of the city hall
Thursday evening. A short program will
The Major Isaac. Sadler chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
meetB Saturday at the home of Mrs. E.
G. Eldrldge. The program will bo ar
ranged by Mrs. E. I. Delaney. The
guests of tho club will be Mrs. A. K.
Gault, vice president general of tho na
tional organization, and Mrs. C. II. Aull,
stato vlco regent.
Tho Omaha chapter of tho Daughters
of tho American Revolution will meet
Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs.
Edward Porter Peck. A Lincoln program
will bo given and delegates elected for
the Continental congress to be held In
AVashlngton In April.
Tho Omaha Story Tellers' league will
meet at the public library Thursday at
:15. Miss Elolso Hillls, leader of tho
program, will ten a selected story; airs,
F. Chittenden. "In the Desert of
Waiting." and Mrs. Byron Clark, tho
Tho Georgo A. Custer Woman's Relict
corps will entertain tho l.-.cmbers ot its
post Tuesday evening at the homo of
the president, Mrs. Emma J. Clark, In
The George A. Custer Woman's Relief
corps entertained at a surprise party In
nonor OI Airs. Augustus uwuncr ui uer
homo. Tho members brought a large
quantity of flowers for the guest of
honor. Cards, story telling and music
were indulged in. Members ot the post
were also present.
A regular meeting ot the U. S. Grant
Woman's Relief corps, No. 101, will be
held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at Memorial hall
In the court house.
Prof. F. M. Fling of the University of
Nebraska will give tho fifth lecturo in
his series. "Cavour and tho Unity of
Italy," Monday, at the Central High
school, at 4 p. to.
The Benson Woman's club met Thurs
day at the home cf Mrs. R. S. Beasloy.
The program was on "Cuba." Tho life
and customs ot tho people was tho sub.
Ject of a paper by Mrs. A. Brooks; pout
leal situation, by Mrs. F. S. King; eco
nomlc history since 18DS, by Mrs. Cuyler,
ond Havana, by Mrs. Charles Haffke
Mrs. S. W. Wright was elected to fill
tho vacancy of vlco president.
The Benson Baptist Missionary society
will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs.
Tuttlo Thursday. "General Survey of
Foreign AVork" will bo the subject dls
Members of the Benson Presbyterian
church entertained at an "apron and
overall party" Tuesday and AVednesday
ENDORSED TO BE ASSISTANT
JUmo.Tnavie Von Unsdudd Kme. lu.cilh Stevenson
Omaha for New York City today. She
will sail Wednesday on the Olympic.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin leavo the
letter part of next wcok for Chattanooga
and then to Florida, where they take the
trip to Havana and Jnmalen. They' ex
pect to bo gono thrco weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Dlmon Bird of Now
York liavo taken n houso nt Atlantic City
for two months for thp benefit of their
small daughter, Esther, who Is recover
ing from mastodltls and pneumonln.
Mr.i. Pcrley, who has been hero with
her daughter, Mrs. llrogan, for some
weeks, goos today to spend u week with
her son, Mr. Lyman O. I'orloy, nt Fair
Acres and returns to Kmporla tho end
of noxt week.
Miss Hammntt of Boston spent yester
day In Omaha, tho guest of Mrs. A. U
Reed, on her way to California. It Was
at tho girls' camp established by Miss
Hammatt s mother on Capo Cod that
Mrs. Reed's daughters spent last summer.
Mr. R. H. Elliott returned yesterday
morning from two weeks In tho enst,
whcio In company with Mr. T. C Byrne
he attended tho National AVholesale Gro
cer's association which met at tho AVnl
dorf In New York. Mr. Elliott also visited
In New A'ork City.
Mrs. T. L. Kimball and Miss Kimball
plan to leave In about two weeks for
Ormonde Beach, Fin., to remain until
the first of April. Mr. nnd Mrs, Richard
Klmbntl havo been thero for some weeks
enjoying winter golf on tho lino links,
throe holes of which are on tho Kltnbnll
Tho semeslor cxnmlnat'ons nt the Vnl
vorslty of Nebraska wcro completed thla
last week, nnd the Junior prom took
llin tlii!rnt.i -lrrlvpil Hntnrdnv tu sneml!
tho week end with their parents. Among I
Bonn hospital, has Improved sufficiently
to be removed to his home.
Western Auto Men
-to Visit Omaha Show
Clarko 0. Powell, manager ot tho
Omaha Automobile show, has returned
from Chicago whero ho had been attend
Ipg tho auto show there. Mr. Powell says
tho Chicago event was a soccers and that
ho learned several Innovations which ho
will introduce at tho Omaha exhibition.
Mr. Powell also says many ot tho Ne
braska dealers did not attend the Chi
cago event because they ate waiting for
tho Omaha show which will be Just aa
complcto as tho larger one.
Key to tho Sltutlaon Bee Advertising.
Mr. and Mrs. C, AV. Potlntd, who havo
been In Jamaica, Cuba, ahd Florida for j thorn wero Miss Iou!se Northrup, M.bh
Ltiiu Mao Coo and Miss Murgucrite Mar-
evenings. Tho women of tho congrega
tion, are planning a big dinner to be
given next month.
On Friday, January 23, a new chapter
of the Daughters of tho American Revo
lution was organized at AVcepIng AVater,
Neb., and named tho Jonathan Cuso
chapter. Mrs. A. K. Gault ot Omaha,
vlco president general of tho Daughters
of tho American Revolution of Nebraska,
and Mrs. AVarren Perry, stato regent of
the Daughters of the American Revolu
tion were present. The formal organiza
tion was perfected at the homo of tho
organizing regont, Mrs. II. J, Wicker-
sham. Tho new chapter wub opened by
tho use of tho formal Daughters of tho
American Revolution ritual service, and
few appropriate remarks were made
by Mrs. M. J. AVlckersllam. Sho then in
troduced the state regent, Mrs. AVarren
Perry, who gave an address relative to
the objects and tlmo of the Daughters of
tho American Revolution In tho state. Mrs.
A.K. Gault was next Introduced and spoko
of the national organization, the missions,
vast achievements and marvelous growth
through tho United States. Following1
are the officers and members of Jona
than Cass chapter: x.
Regent, Mrs. M. J, Wlckershamr vice
regent, Mrs. C. E. Tefft; secretary, Miss
Grace Teegarden; treasurer, Mrs. I. AV.
Teegarden; register, Mrs. M. M. Butler:
historian, Mrs. J. M. Teegarden.
Tho stato regont, Mrs. AVarren Perry
of Falrbury was the guest of Fontenelle
chapter, Daughters of tho American Rev
olution, at Plattsmouth, Friday evening.
January 23, when thoy entertained the
mombers and a large number of guests
at a delightful muslcalo at tho home of
Mrs. Lcona Brady. Following the must
cale Mrs. Porry save tho daughters an
address upon tho alms, objects and ac
complishments of this patriotic organ
izatlon in this stato nnd tho nation
AVhlle In tho city Mrs. Perry was a guest
at thi home of Mrs. Hilt Wescott.
The appointment of Mrs. D. O. Craig
head for assistant factory Inspector of
rsenraEKa nas been endorsed by tho
Omaha Suffrago association und the bo
clal science department of tho Omaha
Y. "W, C. A. MotPM.
e Sunday vesper servlco at the Young
W omen a Chrlitlan assoelatlon will he
addressed by Dr. Edwin Hurto Jenka of
mi run ;-ruBuymnan cnurcii, who win
Blvo a talk on Pfllost'ne. illustrntmi hv
stereoptlcon views. Following tho vesper
t .. v!" m tno uai sprial hour,
when light refreshment arc nerved and
g rls ore given an opportunity to meet
and know euch other. Miss Laurancc
will be hostess.
On Tuesday evening th building wr
be or en to tho general public There , U
bo demonstrations In the gymnasium,
domestic ncli-nce nnd domestic arts .
partinenls, and a recoptlon w 11 be hell
mi me second noor.
AVednesday voni.-r? tho Ulun V '.1
! C ,'T.n Fh group, under the .-jimi 1iu , in,
3Iiv (Vmrvflttt Chase, w'll j.lv n
I rf l a'nrrowt ' the auntorlifi Thrr
l' I ' rrwnutl-n f ' Fver"-rl
ti'-d "i i.-ith," and a raromonlal Ti'it-
I Irf At W'r time mvihi alrls will lie I
! Kir.Tial(frs" r-M rtl" tli biu ' t
' 1 ii' ntj uirai.cn
'I" eit nt ' chr . n to 7 lf xrt
J 'or . erf nd l 't 'n -. . ., r'.iiiveg n
! m-,al'.n.i -:l :. to 4a, Urrjiia.
, l. atiatli Hull, chttr i. rt . fcr-tlh t-, '.
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Graff to Report
that the Schools
That seven public schools In the city
are crowded beyond capacity and In viola
tion ot law will be declared by Superin
tendent E. U. Graff In a report to the
Board of Education Monday night.
So crowded aro some ot the schools
that Binge sessions are being held and
oven at this the congestion Is still so
great that school work is Impeded.
'Still thero Is no remedy now," said
Superintendent Graff, "Wo carinot solve
tho problem Immediately. The report I
will mako merely sots forth tho facts."
Members of the teachers' and Instruc
tion commlttco have been considering tho
crowded condition of public schools, but
no recommendations have been prepared
owing to the reported shortage of school
Arrangements will be made to continue
tho summer vacation schools this year,
which will, In a way, tend to alleviate
conditions, as pupils will bo permitted to
make up back work or take advance
Btudlcs during vacation.
the last mouth, nro expected this even
Mr, and Mrs. George Brandets and Mrs.
Brandcls' sister. Miss Loretta Rogers ot
Chlrago, III., will spend tho month ot
February In New York.
Mrs. Robert M. Mackay left for Pitts-
burg, Pa., last Thursday to Join her hus
band, who Is a representative of the Fair
mont Creamery company In that city.
Mrs. Arthur D. Brandcls will arrlvo
from New York Monday. Sho will stop
at tho Loyal ho.tel, whero Mr. Brandcls
has taken quarters for the winter.
Mrs. Edward A. Holyoke, it, and chil
dren, who havo been spending several
weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Robert
Hollistcr, returned Tetisday to Madrid,
Miss Elizabeth AVlggln of Pomfrct,
Conn., Is expected to nrrlvo the first part
ot February to spend a month or six
wocks with her cousin, Mrs. Clarko
Mrs. Edward A. Holyok'e, Jr.', who with
her children hns been tho ues't of her
slBter, Mrs. Robert Hollistcr, for several
wcoks. has returned to her home In Mad
Mrs. Charles Motz nnd Miss Francos
Hoohstettler departed for tho cast Thurs
day evening to nttend tho Junior prom
ot Yalo university as the guests of Mr.
Miss Jean Stirling of Chicago arrives
today to be the guest Of Mr. and Mrs.
iChaao and Mlaj Carmellta Chase. Miss
Sterling was a college mate of Miss Chnso
at Bryn MaWr.
Mr, nnd Mrs. A. M. Borglum havo
Mario UnschUld. the Austrian pianist
who appears with the Crelghton Glen club
next AVednesday, as their guest during
her stay In Omaha.
Mlta' Catllo McConnell, who has been
staying with her, brother; Mr, F, R. Mc
Connell, and Mrij. McConnell slnco her
return from her trip, will be At tho Col
onial again next wock,
Mr. T. R. Kimball returned Mondny
from AVnshirigton, whero ho attended a
board meeting of the directors of tho
American Institute of Architects, of
which he Is vice president.
Miss Kato Ellen Bond, 422S Farnam
street, tho Brandcls' stores cashier and
timekeeper, who will receive a life In
come from a largo English estate, leaves
shall, who brought as her girl guest MIsa
Allco Proudflt of Lincoln.
Mrs. Ben Gallagher and her alqtcr, Mrs,
McCaskllt ot Bait Luke City, loavo Mon
dny for tho cast, tho latter for AVashlng
ton and the former for Now York to sail
next Saturday on the Victoria Louleo for
tho Pannma crulso with her eons, Bon
nnd Paul Gallagher. Mr. Frank J. Ilurk
ley, Miss Burkloy, Mlia Mary Burklcy, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. McShano, and Mr,
nnd Mrs. O. ('. Itedlck nil leuvo Monday or
Tuesday for New York to tako tho same
boat for Panama.
A daughter wna born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. J. Slngor Friday.
Mr. C. U. Stuht, who has been con
fined for three weckB at tho Nicholas
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Whothor thoy got tho
A'oto or not--thoy have the
"any so" about how this
Cleaning Establishment is
Wo aro doing (ho beat wo can
to give you First Clnaa Clean
ing and Dyoing, and we think
wo do, yet wo are not Perfoct,
nnd will wolcomo Criticism or
SugscotlonB from our hatrons.
You nro pnrtlcular about tho
way your clothes nro cleaned
then nond thorn hero, nnd It not
sntiafnetory It wont cost you a
cent Wo tako nil tho risk.
"Good Cleaners nnd Dyers"
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titty C. Liggett, Pre.
FIVE ARE BEING HELD FOR
STEALING FIVE CHICKENS
R. L. Baratt, Frank Mandaclno und
Robert, Mlka and Flora Stevens, 2521
North Seventeenth street, wero arrested
Friday night for tho theft of flvo chick
ens. The suspects and the. chickens aro
being held for further Investigation.
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