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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, FEBKITAKY 2, li14.
BACK TO MEET THEIR KING
Hani for Home-Coming Daring
Week of AkSar-Ben Festivities.
SAMSON SOON TO ISSUE EDICT
All Former Xeliritnkunn Are to He
Ordered Itack to the Chief
City ot the Kingdom
"Dad" Weaver, the right-bower to
Kins Ak-Sar-Bcn XX and known to all
knights aa Samson, has evolved a schema
that has been submitted to tbo board of
governors Individually, but not as an
organization. Uy reason of this fact. It
has not become a law or iho realm, but
It wilt probably be enacted Into one at
the next meeting of the wise men.
Weaver's schemo is to havo a home
coming of all Kebraskons who formerly
lived In Omaha, but who now reside else
where. He proposes that undor tho di
rection of the kins he Issue an edict that
during tho carnival week this year, be
ginning October 5, alt former Omahans,
no matter whero ihey bo, providing they
are on this earth, pack their grips and
with ono accord, hie themselves to this,
tho chief city of tho kingdom of Qulvera.
The schemo evolved by "Dad" Weaver
has been suggested to tho Commercial
c'.ub, the secret and clvlo societies of tho
city, and all of the members pronounce
It the real thing. They aro going to urgo
It to foster the move by backing up tho
Knights ot Alt-Sar-Ucn. Not only this,
but they are going to write letters to
their friends who icslde outside tho realms
ot King Ak'a domain and seek to hustlo
these friends homo for tho week of fun,
frollo and festivities.
The club und society boosters are not
only going to do some letter writing, but
thoy aro going to supply "Dad" Weaver
with tho name ot every man, woman and
child who has formerly lived here, pro
viding the present residence Is known.
Then Samson, who must bo obeyed, is
going to get busy. Sending letters under
tho great scat of the king, he Is going to
lssuo the royal command that all theso
former subjects return to feast and mnko
merry with their brethren who aro now
Whllo "Dad" Weaver will not estimate
tho number of former Omahana whom ho
will bring to tho foot of tho throno of
King Ak XX, he modestly puts the num
ber nt 5,000, and an attendanoo ot 10,000
would not surprise him.
For the old Omaha boys and girls who
return to do honors to the king, "Dad"
plans that thoy will not Imvo i dull min
ute during their stay here. Ho proposes
all kinds of attractions for their enter
talnment For the men ho would have
an Initiation nt the Den, not omitting ono
of tho attraetlocs. And for tho women,
while the king would novcr submit to
tha secrets being confided to them,, ho
would havo something In the nature of
an auxiliary that would supply thorn
wlh u world of clean fun and glvo thorn
something to think of In after years.
Brings Aid to Needy
Fifteen minutes after an article telling
of the nerd of Mr. and Mrs. John nutts.
who came from a Kansas farm to
Omaha, was published In The Dee It met
the eye of I J. Seabury of Logan, la.,
at tho Millard hotel and he resolved to
piovlde them a homo and employment.
Mr. Seabury notified the Associated
Charities to direct tha couplo to com
municate with him at his home. Mr.
and Mrs. Dutts after having sold their
effects to raise money for the purchase
of food went hungry for two days until
they were aided by tho Associated
HIGH SGH00LR0LL OF HONOR
Number of Students Receive Honor
Grades for First Semester.
FRESHMEN LEAD L0NQ LIST
Flrst-Yrar Students ProTe Superior
to Upper Classmen, While Seniors
Are Delinquent, Per An
Tho list ot honor students at the Omaha
Hlgh scliool is qulto an extenstvo ono this
semester, due principally to the studious
activities of the freshmen who just en
tered tho school last September. Tho
seniors who graduate next June seem to
be a bit delinquent as compared to tho
remainder ot the students, but this Is gen
erally tho case with the outgoing class.
Jean Ijindalo, Hubert Edwards,
FOUH AND ONfc-HAI,F "A"S.
Alice Allen, lluth Parker,
Thrlma Carlyle, Mary Hedgwlck,
Madeline Cohn, Cathcrlno Blmmons,
I.uclle t.athrop, Jesslo Tennant,
Nort MacDougal, Bessie Townsend.
Margaret MoWllilams, Mario Olsen,
Anna II. Qolb,
Hannah Kulrtkofsky, Clrary Hanlghen,
Anna ienzer. warn iiavons,
Virginia Lowe. Harold Hudspeth,
Mnry McAdams, Jack Lanaaio,
Mildred McFarlnnd, Arthur Loomls,
TCleanor Mcaiiton, Aflini imoars.
Martha Noble. Allen Street.
Vera Orr. Paul Summltt.
T.tltlsn Orr. John Sunderland.
Esther Park, Thomson Wakeley.
THREE AND ONE-HALF "A"S.
Elsie Bloom. Ada Kloke.
Myrtle Brown. Margaret McCoy.
xnen, too, "Dad" proposes that at nm Helen Colo, Hnzel McMuiien,
central nlace In tho riv i,.n Helen Fetch, Maude Maglll.
Nnltli .,. -J.. , - Marian nansen, smr mens,
rented for tho week. This he proposes Josenhtne HarrJnstonLlla Miller.
to Jiave seated In order that It may be Ocrtrudo Hoden, Marguerite Riley,
h rst place and one whera rthi,Hn quelle-Hoel, ltuny Bwenson,
way bo held for renewing old friendship, OTlSieT ST&IT'
ana estauiwmng new ones. Here, he Mary Johnson, Theodore Meek,
wquiu nave speaking and concerts Just THREE "A"8.
ur mo entertainment nr th imn... neairice ieu. mane cinooK,
am wiu,. iv,... .i.. ... . . . Helen Bertwell. Corlnne Quick.
T. :LZ " S - - .T . " . wouia Dorothy Black, Beatrice Walton,
, 'u mrnivai grounas, sup. oarnett Briggs, Lillian wirt,
BlVlMST thfTl Willi toa.M " .1. . .i n..(MiJ. tl..rr- ILflnnl tfnlf
n no wouw nave them tho guests f!RrB.'t.''-,'",u'V ClRr.T. r ""'
JL,!?-..'J 8.Ven ,f thoy m B0t wear aertru'ie CI?iT Joh'n Broth'e'rton.
Should tho board of
the plans of "Dad" Weaver, ha win i..
mediately thereafter commence his cam
palgn, and letters will be started to v.rV
svari oi ErR-a unit on Htatsi
b?L"Vl JV ,la wMI ,m KneWlunter.
press upm litem th ImtinrtmM nt h.i.. Tnn,nr,
ing nome tor a weeK and ettin mm Mary A. Jonnston. liaipti jonnson.
hi family BHthiHiw unrf nnMiM.,... Fences Kelm, . Wa ter C, Johnson,
th rAstlvltls. iWr-r..V" l"..""'!"" . " Ruth .Klrsehsteln. waiter o. Johnson.
ii VAnulV ..r " 'BOs wun notaiine Konn, neano ji, jnnyon,
. v """"un oi ine tweniielli King of isatnerino i-enir. ieonam j.una.
me Kingasm et QU vra to tha thron. aiaays Mccari, vergii aimer,
Wava K. Graham,
Virginia H alpine,
Jo Feller, .
Cement Users Ctoen
Hadassah McGiffln, Frank Mnuk
I Helen Nlcmnn,
Katherine Robinson. Jerry Wlrthiafter.
ireno itosewaicr, iiceu Zimmerman.
FfeiKHlrtK today th ntnlli antui.t
V2?ii?H2f f"? msnt Uri' WlnffredKeV
nsieelaa ll to U ifl llirsa dava Im th.
Ifetil Ham. trilh,"f,1 m ...Hi An ldcnl Woann'i Laxative.
hffl tim4y m, ttHd luva bn hors far No boltor ,t,ve than Dr- K'nl!', Now
a tiW liRS' Vlliln tits khim .a Life PHUs they help the liver and bowels
liSlUtilllRf tlll WfireS At th Wig Bhow In ,Q nRHhy nctlon. 88c. All druggists,-
i.e AHUitePiiHU, Mdj'of Dtthlmsn Is to YorMw'"1-
wjlRfRR IU MsnuuillAU ,1.(..
ymzm k. v, pfruu V tiioTuuiiJity CITY UNION ESTABLISHED
K mSKX ta ft,M IY GRAND ISLAND YOUTHS
PLACE ON COMMISSION
U mWmr MWMutiott on the minimum
wtmmissiflH WIlleM Governor More.
fisSii m rrRiedly Mid h would ap-
PSlfit. filfl iTlftHUletur. nr i?rntii In.
Had lil th tvsses to b paid m
warn and b, therefore, inUreilsd in
Haviflg r. velca In wlmt I to b racog.
W fimnlitt 11 a ws below the living
isvei, At tne wt meeting of the Omaha
WgfiUsetUfiM1 njMcUtlon It was decldtd
18 fiik IHi governor for r4praUton
Mrt ntu nlmlsSIrt.
STABEK FBIGHTENS HER
INTO HANDING OVEfT PURSE
VffaH WtftWf dr?l stranger p-
. rifnit-UtA lit. W. ttarrltit. tin VnrtU
JfiiSfHth tfet. yesterday afternoon at
K$ffntn firtd Capitol ttrsnue, and d
pfid'M Hr fiilrt, m $a frlshtnd
tbat lUa Uaiidad It f.Vt nllhnui auuilm
tindf srtt liom bfor sh
Ikf 6lle. In th purso wm us
2 mm Jin - u s - a
r ui"itiu ris worm jiw.
AUTO CLUB WOULD KEEP
BROKEN GLASS OFF STREET
A rward of K U to b paid for th sr-
rts au oonviction of anyone Jhrowing
elaes en tht streets or reads. The Omaha
Auto club Is offering the reward, as
hraUsn glass ts Very severe on tires. Ther
U a stats law against th throwing nt
bfokn Bias on the pavements and
Miss Ada Pettenglll md A. S. Kelly,
state secretaries ot the Phllathea and
Bsraca. church societies, -assisted tha
young people of the churches ot Grand
Island to organise n city unton for the
upbuilding ot church work last Thursday
A rally was held, which was- partlcl
patrd. In by members ot the two societies
from the five churches of Grand Island
and was followed by a social session.
Miss Pettenglll expressed herself pleased
with the organisation ot the new union
because it had long been desired by
Grand Island church folk.
ITCHED FOR 20
CURED IN 10 DAYS
Tou irtll Aft that Chamberlain's Cewctt
HeMr wxwsjtilred ndvantasjes oro
. msMiasua la use for ousjhs sss4
i i is. X torn st snQiprcss ccnuai. bat
tim J tjreast s3etna. tt)ilct nmWfcui
tM W aa si coil, at
rws,tercts aay tpdtcir a to
u)t U psieumanlx Jt cantbw sn
tplvjd ter ether tsxpot'e. nad may be
tlrwa to a eklld a confidently as to on
rwr sJe lor U 4ssUss.-A4crw
BalUmore, Md., July 19. mj. "About
twenty yeara ago both my legs began
to Itch from ankle to knee. Little
pimples came out The Itching and burn
ing was something terrible. I would start
to scratch aud could not stop. I would
even scratch through the skin and that
or course would leave a sore which I
was compelled to bandage.
"I tried several proscriptions and treat
ments, but received not a particle of
benefit no more than If the treatments
were cold water. I then began to havo
very little faith In anything ami of courte
could do nothing but scratch away.
'After suffering constantly for twenty
years, ti friend recommended Reslnol
Boap and Reslnol Ointment, From the
very first application. I found roller, and
was entirely cured In ten days. The Itch
ing and stinging sensations have 'ceased
and my skin Is as smooth as a child's."
(Blgned) Charles Warner, lia N. Strieker
Physicians have prescribed Reslnol for
eighteen years and every druggist sells
Reslnol Boap (36c), and Reslnol pint
intnt (Wc and It). Don't be deceived
ny ine useless "suostttutes" which a
few unscrupulous dealers offer. For free
trial, write to Dept. JT.R, Reslnol, Bal-
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.end Jary McCIuDfr'(MtJAfc) Bennett, descendants of English and Scotch
'pioneer settlers in tho Colonial South. Sho was educated in the Btate Unlvor
, slty. of Missouri and taught several years before she married tho young at
torney of Pike County, Mo., who was destined to win high honors as a states
' man of tho .Nation; . She has been An official hostess practically ever slnco
' her marriage, Mr. Clark having advanced from ono position to another in tha ,
. political world until at present he is Speaker of tho Lower Houso of Con
" cress. - As "wife of the Speaker Mrs. Clark; enjoys a privilege shared officially
' ty no other congressional woman, that of receiving on "Wednesday the Cabl-
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Presbyterian Church, and philanthropic work; a member of many organlza
: lions. .Including the t). A. It. and Congressional Club; founder of tho- Ser
vants" Club. "Godmother" -of the Woman's National Democratic League, and
promoter-ot the organization of congressional women by states, each stato
grroup to bo a clearing hour e for its own social affairs and especially for the
entertainment of women visitors In Washington from that state. Wielding
the pen ot a ready writer, Mrs. Clarlc is a constant nnd frequent contributor
to current publications, reminiscences being her specialty. Hero aro some of
In tho early dnys in America,' when tho""cost"of, living' whs' ?
not the problem it is to-day, materials were both cheap and
food, and cookery correspondingly! lavish. Some of the old-)
time recipes were rich, too, and highly seasoned, but the frills
and fancy dishes did not appear. This substantial order of
things has been partially destroyed by the army; of , French
chefs' attacking tho citadel of American homes. Curiously
enough, it yras Mr. Jefferson, the disciple- of liberty always ori
the lookout for new ways of helping the people, who prepared
tho way for tho French cooks coming to this country, .thinking
no doubt that they would teach Americans the economy in the
' kitchen of which ho heard a great deal during his r6gimo as
American Minister to France. Qrcat men disagreed then even
as they do now, and of Mr. Jefferson's importation Patrick -Henry
is reported a3 saying "I cannot help being suspicious
of a man who goes back on his native victuals."-
. About tho same time ho brought French "cooks to the;
.United States, Mr. Jefferson introduced rice to the Southern"
(Mrt. Clark' tptundid article occupies thr page in th Economy
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In our country we are getting farther
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from the producer every year. The
result is easily ascertained, more of
the artificial and less of the natural,
greater expense and less nutrition,
more fancy cooking and less whole
some cooking. All of these unnat
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tolerate. It is fortunate that the
human animal, more than any other,
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Luncheon for Twelve Persons
Same Food Values
Beef bouillon $ 0.45
Fillet of beef , 3.00
Potato balls .20
Grape fruit and pimentoes with lettuce and
mayonnaise... .... 195
Roquefort cheese and crackers .50
Fresh strawberry Ice cream .' 1..40
Angel cake 45
$1.33 a plate 515.95
Served by Mrs. Thoi. R. Marshall.
Tomato bouillon. '. ; $0'25
Beef balls , :66
Tomato sauce....'. .20
Csrjots , 24
Creatsej potatoes .22
Cabbage slad with cream dressing 45
Ta biscuit .,C 30
Cpffee, jelly 'whipped cream .. . .40
Eggless cake.... .20
25 cents a plate $2.92
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