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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914.
Friday, May 29, 1914.
O, INDEED, 'wo re not feolng to wait for General Rosalie Jones to
T come with her suffrago touring car painted yellow In honor of
I tho cause, to start stumping" tho state.
At last we nro getting metropolitan and are having suffrage
and anti-Buffrago skirmishes. Last February I was In Now York and
stopped In keen curiosity to sco tho suffragists selling suffrago ball tickets
and at tho samo (lino electioneering the pa&aersby on Fifth avenue. It
was all exactly like the . pictures in the magazines, but we have never
seen anything of that kind In the west. The suffragists were ail labeled
with badges and broad bands of ribbon marked "Votes For Women."
One week from Saturday, June 6, at 1 o'clock, (weather permitting),
the local suffragists will start on their first "stumping" tour.
Mrs. John T. Stowart 2d., .Mrs. John L. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. James
Richardson, Mrs; Henry Doorly and Mrs. Frank Crawford will fill their
touring cars with enthusiastic suffragists and will hold their first meeting
at Elkhorn nt 2 o'clock. Th6 next stop will be at Waterloo at 4 o'clock,
and the last stop will be at Valley at 7 o'clock.
Tho speakers will be City Attorney John Rino, Charles Haftke, as
sistant county attorney; Mrs. D. O. Craighead and Mrs. Draper Smith.
Others who will be In the party are Mrs. Z. T. Lindsay, Miss Daisy Doane,
Miss Je&netto McDonald and Miss Anna Peterson. Miss Joselyn E. Charde
will bo in thargo of the music
At Carter Lako Club.
The Carter Lake club holds Its annual
formul 0i6mtiK Decoration day, as !s Its
There will te an Inltrostlnc program
of field and aquatic sports, with a dinner
dance in the evening. Thoe who will en
tortaln at dinner und the number of
their sui.tg arc as follow: c. V. War
f.tld, seven; L. K. Myuis, four; Henry
Keating, seven; CJrnce flowiand, ttvo;
liollln 8. Kerr, two; ' D. ii. Crane, two,
W. 3. Mottlcn, two; Georgia Itoftera, four;
Ella. J. Brown, four; 3. F. Powers, two.
Itoy N. Frankum. four; 0. 11. T. niepuu,
two; Philip E. Horan, four; W. L. Killy,
three; H. J. HaufUlte. four; W. D. Holt,
two; o. J. Comid: (cur: C. M. Illnh
smith, four: A. A. Hutu, six; George V.
Abbott, four; I'enn P. fodrta, four,
Charles Muittcy, alx, Fiunk 1.. Weaver,
five: Clors- Dewar. three; Harry Car
mlchae(. sixteen; T. E. Wood, alx; Coro
l.ado'wd Cacti Club, tlilty. Dr. 'O. W.
William, eleven; William U. Diake. elRht,
F. Drake, two; A. p. Whltmore, ten,
Martin llolbrook, two; Harry Arnold,
two; J. . N'egley. two; It. J. AUchlion.
two. Orant H. Poters. two; D. C. Kid
reds, nine; Carl M. Johnson, four; Mar
tin L. Mamann, six; A. MacAulay, f-jtir;
John 8. Opdahl, two; M. L. End rev, four;
1'. M. M.tlelbach. five; J. U. Hist; two,
A. 11. ltawltzer. nine; James M. Fitzxer
aid. three; II. II. VerJlehron. two; J. K.
Barstow, five; J. A. Freeland, seven;
Harry iVIessersmlth, ten; Kdward Bruiley,
four; A. R. .Mitchell, four.
W. W. Club Luncheon.
Mrs. li. B. Scott entertained the W. W.
club at a 1 o'clock luncheon, served it
the Tountr Women's Christian assocla
tlon rooms. Tho centerpiece waa.a largo
bouquet of pink peonies. A nodal after
noon wi .enjoyed Jn .the parlors after
the luncheon,' Those present went:
George Hampton, William Hampton.
B. V. Dlffenbacher, Horace Shearer,
J. Kelley J. J. Hess,
. McComba. Nelson Martin,
IV. C. Price. U B. Bcott.
FredMartls, wls Olddeld.
Mr. W. C. Price tvIH be hostets June 9.
At Miller Park.
An afternoon plcnlo was Riven at Mil
ler park yesterday complimentary to
Mrs, 0, K. Mooney, who leaves In a few
days for her home In Bridgeport, Kan.,
after having spent the winter here with
the family of M. H. Hoerner. Those pres
For Tioga Guests.
Mrs, J. J. Brown was hostess today at
a beautifully appointed luncheon at
ler home In honor of Mrs. H. M. Cald
well and Mlsa Baldwin or Tioga, Penn
Pink peonies formed the decorations and
lovers were placed for fourteen guest.
Seymour Lake Country Club.
The opnlng dinner-dance at the Sey
mour Lake Country club will be held this
evening. The tables will be decorated
with sprint flowers. There wilt be a
good orchestra for dancing and during
the evening the mechanical orchestra re
cently Installed will also bo tried out
Among those who will enttertaln are:
Mr and Mrs. E. A. nose, who will
have sixteen guests; Orln S. Merrill,
four; H. D. Wlndhelm, six; D. J. Marsh,
four; E. O. Furen. four; F. J. McOulre,
three; Fred Davis, two; J, h. Kaley,
four; H. C. Townsend, eight; John Uren,
two; Albert D. Kline, seven; W, E. Thllby,
four; U Howard, five; R. E, Sunder
land, six! Dr. Frederick O. Beck, four;
C. A. Melcher. five; Frank Dlmke, ten;
E. A. Johnson, six; James Dahlman, four;
It. H. Dennis, four, Miss fitacla Mulvlhlll,
four; It. B. Phillips., eight; A, C. Kugel,
six; A. E. By am, four; Carl Melius, four;
Miss Kitty Worley, two; John O. Freder
ick, four; C. E, Parsons, ten; A. F.
Hughes, four; J. C. Walker, six; Dr. J.
F. Van Kuran. eight; Michael Calkins,
two; John Wopdrough, three; T. J, Dona
hue, four; W. B, Cheek, four, and W. B.
A mtsctllanmiM bYiawa. wad Hvh th...
day ovcnlng In honor of 'Miss Anna Stary.
.yi . . .
a iiud t'lrmvui Hero.
G, K. Mccney,
Tune of Dun
W. C. Mooney.
MtvtrMl To Your Nairn
ASamito, Doug. 409
Th FJ-fet-:4c far mil Agns
Rich milk, malted grab, in powder form.
For InfanU.invsJidsaad growing children.
Purenutritba, upbuilding tU whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers and th aged.
Mora bialtbful than tea or coffee.
tV mm sufestttats. htk fwr MWUCK'S
mw . : - -mix
Anna Tourek. '
Catherine Stary. .
Dance and Recital.
A recital waa given by the pupils of N.
Bleed and Edwin. Puis Thursday after.
noon at the Metropolitan hall. Saturday
evening a farewell dancing party will
close the, season at the dramatic school.
v, ..,n miwt Uljl ui
kentlngton clubs Wednesday -afternoon.
M. A. Hewett.
C. IX Allen.
J. G. Edmundson,
J. M. Finish,
8. P Woolf,
T. M. etuart.
a, Miller of
Miss I. Wlebterman.
Receive for Coafiraantj. '
Mr. and Mra. I. Motkuwltz will' rrlv
Sunday afternoon and evening In honor
of the confirmation of thlr son, Julius.
North Side Auction Bridge.
Mrs. E. G. Whltlock mi hmi... tr
the last meeting of the North Side Auc
tion unage ciut Thursday afternoon,
Decorations were carried nut in fin-.ri.-
11". poonlea and nasturtiums. High scores
were mad by Mrs. Herbert Anderson.
Mrs. Harry Paige and Mrs. E. G. Whit
lock. The members of the club will enjoy
picnics together during the summer
months, The members are:
Z. D. Benedict
W. T. Kriapp.
J. W. Skoglund,
Harry "Paige, '
E G. Whltlock.
T. I .. Tniv.n
Vf. J. Morning,
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Marlon Howe has returned from
New York City, where she attended
school this winter.
Mrs. Edwin Morrison of Kansas City
arrives next week to spend several weeks
with her father, Mr. A. P, Tukey, whits
Mrs. Tukey goes east to attend the grad
uation exercises at Dartmouth college,
her her son. Mr. Allen Tukey, finishes
this June. Miss Ethel Tukey Is at pres
ent visiting Mrs. Edwin Speh of Phila
delphia, formerly of Omaha, and with her
sister. Mrs. Harry Byram of Chicago, will
also attend the graduation of their
brother, Mr. Allen Tukey. Mrs, Billing
ham of Chicago will arrive next month
to spend a fortnight with her cousin, Mrs.
Edwin Morrison of Kansas City, who will
I spend the month of June here.
At the Field Club.
A dinner dance was given by the Pan
club last night at the Field club. Besides
the regular members a number of frlenls
were Invited and about fifty couples were
Uolnsr to the "Morle" Toatshtr
If you want to know In advance what
Vletures are going to be shown at your
favorite theater tonight, read "Todays
Complete Movie Programs" on the first
want ad, page. Compute programs of
practically every moving picture theater
In Omaha appear EXCLUSIVELY in
n i.a n.tcoriTEUsn.
For Mme, Jcanntt nrrln In "Pntard"
Panquln designed this afternoon frock of
Petals de Itoso taffeta. The bodice of
taffeta has the fronts slightly gathered
to a square shoulder yoke, which Is fln-
isnen at hack by a- sailor collar and '.a
caught at tho bottom In a draped girdle,
fastened by a butterfly bow.
The elbow aleevea are finished bv a
ruche of Mallnes.
The skirt la silt and slightly draped on
the left side. A scalloped silk braid bor
ders the hem.
SHABUOTH ON SATURDAY EYE
Jewish JVast to Be Observed in
Omaha Temples and Synagogues.
SIGNIFICANCE OF HOLIDAY
ItrJntea to the Arrival of the Chil
dren nf Israel nt Mount Slnnl
Allrr sn Ardnnna Trip
Shabuoth, a feast of considerable Im
portance In the Jewlrrt calendar, wtt be
celebrated In tho local temples and syna
gogues Saturday evening and Sunday
morning. According to the Central Con
ference nt American rubuls, the feast Is
described as follows:
"Shabuoth, the feast of weeks, also.
called tho feast of the first fruits, falls,
according to the Jewish calendar, on the
sixth of Slvan, which will occur this year
on May 31. Its name Is derived from the
seven weeks which elapsed between the
departure of the children of Israel from
Egypt and their arrival at Mount Slnal.
I.Ike Its companion holiday, the feast of
pasSover, It, too, has both an agricultural
and a historical aspect. This was tho
early harvest season when the first of the
wheat, baked In two loaves of bread, was
brought as an offering of gratitude, and
as a token of man's dependencu upon the
goodness of God. Historically It carries
us back In memory to the promulgation
of the Ten Commandments, whon Israel
accepted the now moral code and relig
ious legislation, and was aroused for tho
first time to the consciousness of Its new
spiritual task and destiny. The Ten Com--mandments
are tho magna nhiirla of re
ligion. Having secured political freedom,
Moses found it necessary to give his. peo
ple religious freedom. Tho new nation
must be buttressed upon religious obliga
tion. They may be a kingdom, but they
must be a kingdom of priests, a holy,
'Shabuoth has gained a stronger and a
more Impressive hold today by entwin
ing its symbolism about the Impression
able child. Confirmation Is the cere
mony expressive of religious consecration.
We publicly affirm by this ceremonial
that our children, tho first ripe fruits of
our religious schools, shnll stand morally
and religiously In the same enthusiastic
and receptive attitude as did their fathers
at the foot of Mount. Slnal.
"Shabuoth hts a distinctly modern and
Indispensable appeal to the Individual. It
teaches, first of all, that religion, as a
necessity of life, is the actuating motive
and sanction of personal, social and na
tional character, Secondly, It champions
the causa of religious freedom as the most
highly prized privilege end possession of
the human race."
almost J7.000 in pledges toward the new
church. The leaders of the committees
are Mesdames Alfred C. Kennedy, Bob
ert Dempster. C. A. Grlmmcl, C. E. Black,
Mary I. Crelgh, G. D. Tunnlcllff, U. H.
Jenks. H. S. McDonald, C. M. Power, N.
H. Loomls and George Tllden.
For the benefit of the fund the women
have planned a musical for Friday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. G. L. Bradley,
Twenty-seventh and California streets.
Omahans Pledge to
Give Support to the
That the University of Omnhn win nn.
tlnue at its present location for at !
another year was the declaration of D. E.
Jenkins, president of the school, In an
address before the aludnt hnrfv nnnn
Dr. Jenkins stated that six Omahans
had already pledged themselves to con
tribute fS.000 each for the erection of a
To meet the demands of the expected
student increase next season, a. building
will be leased for the nrepanatorv rinari.i
mcnt Several cites In the Wffltrn nnrt
of the city are in view for placing the
Look out for imitations when
you buy comfort shoes
THERE is only one real comfort shoe, tho Martha Washington.
Soma unscrupulous dealers try to sell cheap imitations for the
genuine. You can protect yourself for every Martha Wash
ington Comfort Shoe has the Mayer trade mark and the name "Martha
Washington" stamped on the sole. Look for these marks. No other
shoe gives the same enduring relief and solid comfort. For lasting ser
vice and shoe economy wear the Martha Washington. It gives the foot
a trim stylish appearance and fits perfectly. If your dealer does not handle the Mar
tha Washington write us and we will supply you.
NEW WATER MAIN TO BE
LAID IN SOUTH OMAHA
Plans ,for a new twenty-four-inch
water main to South Omaha south on
Twenty-seventh street from PonDletnn
avenue to Ed Crelghton avenue, then
west Via Thirty-first and nnlhw..l glAne-
the boulevard to Thirty-third and H, from
there to South Q streets, have been made
by the Metropolitan Water district. The
proposea main will be about three miles
In length and will iro a aood wav innirH
rcllovlng the present strain upon the
tiurty-six-lnch main which now Is sup
Makes life miserable. Dr. King's New
T.lf. Dill. . .
. ichuiuics your ooweis and re
lieve the engorged liver. 25c. All drug
Laces fcw Al9mi
For Sale In Omaha, Web., by l Srsxel Shoe Co., 1419 rarnam St.) Kaylefe.
Bros., Oor. 16th and Dodge St.; Tho. KUpa trick Co.. Th Shoe Market, 333 South
10th St.; The Doug-las shoe Store. Tor Bala la South Omaha, lTb by T, A.
Oressey; rred Saalfeld.
F. Mayer Boot &. Shoe Co., Milwaukee, WiicoMk
IS BEATEN UP AND
THEN HEJS SENTENCED
Clarence Stephens. 19M Bouth Nintnth
street, received a sentence of fifteen days
In Jail. In addition to a thorough trnuno.
ing by hla brother-in-law, Mr. 81ms, .for
intruding lumscir. in an Intoxicated con
dition at the Sims home. 1931 Win'th
Nineteenth slreeu , , ''tr
PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN TO
RAISE FUNDS FOR CHURCH
Women of the First Presbyterian
church have resorted to original and
novel schemes to make money to add to
the fund for erecting the new church at
Thirty-fourth and Karnam streets. Al
though able to pay money out of their
purses toward the edifice, some have de
cided that they would like to put some
sacrifice of time or labor Into their gift.
So these women have taken -orders, for
candles, cakes, marmalade, crocheting
ind other fancy work, -which they make
themselves ,a,nd give the proceeds to' the
building fund. i
Iti' addition" the women. have organised
lntqroYen; comnifttc.es. and have secured
i a i
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