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THE (ttfATTA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 3, 1915.
Doing in the World
In Charge of Open Day Program of 0. W. 0.
FtNDAY Youn Women s Christian as
sociation, wnpor services. ' p. m.
lllo Study club, Miss Ai Ulllnsky,
KNlAr-Omaha Woman cib, bum
ness nwwtlng at 2:30 o'clock, followed by
op-n jiroaram by Health srol Civics
committee. lundp! i-livle. t'Mlii Vn
strevtlon lesirue. Mm. Iee Fmlth. host
en. 1nnyson Cheuts.uua circle, Mrs.
J. C. Howard, hnslpse.
TUESDAY literature: department. Smith
Omaha Woman club, library ball.
I? 8. Orant Woman Relief corps. Me
morial hall, !:. p. m I". P. Urant post
imd oorpa Joint Installation, 8 p. in
Major Jsaao Sadler chapter, Paunhtcrs
of American Revolution, Mr. Joseph C.
Weeth, hostess. Oratory, department,
Womin'i Club, 10 a. m. Hoard of
trustees. Old Peoples Home, ounR
Wpmen'a Christian association. W a. m.
WEDNfclvAY Mu Pluina club, Mrs.
Frank Boyd, hostess. Ht?iry tellers
rectlon. Associated Charities association.
Mm. M. W. Ulmery, hostess. Mothers
Culture club, Mm. J. C. Bufflngton.
hostess, literature department. Omaha
Woman's club. 10 a. in. Clio club, Mrs.
R. Shops rd. hostess Omaha Btif
frago assoclaUon, Harlght hall, :30
THURSDAY Omaha Btory Tellers'
league, puhlie library. Iramatlc sec
tion .Associated Charities association
Mrs. Stephen Davlo. hostess. West
Side Women's Chiletlan Temperance
union, Mrs. John Biake, hostess. Emma
Hoagland Flower mission. French de
partjnent. Woman' club, 10 a. rn. Home
economica department, Woman's club,
FRIDAY-Omaha Society of Fine Arts,
Young Women' Christian association,
auditorium, 8 p. m. West Omaha Moth
era' Culture club, Mrs. Robert Poller,
hostess. Central Park Mothers' Welfare
league, school auditorium. Dorcas club,
Mrs. N. 1 Trimble, hostess. Mrs. N. H.
Nelson, president of Omaha Woman's
clubi at home for club members.
HE health and civic committees
of the Omaha Womaa'l club
will have charge of the open
day program, following the
regular meeting of the club
Monday afternoon. Mrs. K. R.
e i . , , i
! w, i - : ;: .'v ': '
o-- v. j
resisterlr for the new class, sfi If a
place la desired an early registration will
tiewrsl new books have been plaeed In
the library and are ready for distribution
The librarians are at tha detk every day
from 11 until a o'rloek. Magaslnes end
the dally pavers are always In the read
Ing room and can be used at any time.
Information Aboat rolambaa.
"Wll-yuiu. what can you t-ll us about
"It's next to last In the American As.
socmtlon." liuffalo Kxprvss.
Read tha 'Tor Pale"
bargstna of the minute.
la If you wnnt
Greek Priest and
Burned to Death
CLKYEI.ANH. O. J.tn. 2.-r.cv Stephen
Makara. aged 12, pastor of rt. John's
Oreek Catholic church, and his house,
keeper, Mrs. Fedor, were burned to
death early todav when fire prartleally
destroyed tha parisn house directly at
the rear of the church. Police believe the
fire was of Incendiary origin.
Rer. Mnkara was found dead In Ma
bed hen firemen finally fought th-lr
way through the flames, which had
gained much headway before an alarm
was turned In. The housekeeper was
lying In the hallway near Rev. Mr. Ma
kara'a room, where aha Is believed to
have been ovetohme while hastening to
arouse the priest.
The police learned toddy that Rev. Mr.
Makara on November '1! w as assaulted
by In i men and thit he was released
from the hospital only a few days ago.
The men. according to the police beat
the priest and robbed ' him. That they
robbed Mm to conceal tha real motlva
of the attack Is the b. lief of the pollca.
MISSOURI PACIFIC HAS
CREATED A NEW OFFICE
The first of the year on the Mlaaourt',
Taclflo a new office was created, that
o assistant general freight agent In
charge of coal traffic. C. B. Warner
of St. trills la given the position, h
having his headquarters In St. Louis.
Invitation for this meeting to all women's
club In the Seoond district and to Lin
coln woman' clubs, as well as to many
local organisation, student of the med
ical colleges, school teachers and mem
ber of charity boards.
Rabbi Frederick Conn of Temple Israel
will outline tha proposed plan of work
for the local Pnbllo Welfare association.
President Hanson of the National Wel
fare association, who was In tha city
last week, will return shortly to address
the Woman' dub on the same line of
work. Mr. Bauson wo unable to be
present at this meeting.
Musical number will also be Included
in the progran.
The Tennyson chapter of the Chau
tauqua - circle will meet Monday with
Mr. J. c. Howard. Mrs. A. a. William
will lead In the lesson front "Democratio
England," and Mrs. Howard will lead
In the chapter from "Among English
Hedgerows." Mrs. F. II. Wray will recite
"Merlin and. Vivian" and Mr. Emerson
Benedict will give "The Lady of Shalott."
The next meeting of the Dundee circle
of the Child Conservation League of
America win be held Monday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Lee Smith, 6111
California 'street.' Roll call will be an
swered with current events and Mrs. W.
E. Shafer will talk on "Woman Buff rage."
Selections of Vlctrola music will close
The January meeting of the welfare sec
tion, of the Association of "Collegiate
Alumnae will be omitted. Mrs. H. B.
'Newbranch I - leader of thla section,
which premise to be quite active follow
ing the holiday seat a.
The dranaatlo section of the Association
of Collegiate Alumnae will meet at the
home of Mrs. Stephen E. Da vies, IX
North Thirty-first avenue, Thursday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock. "Russian Dramatists
of the Nineteenth Century" will be the
toplo of study. Mrs. K M. R. Sunder
land will discus Qriboyedff "Mis
fortune from Intelligence;" Mis Elisa
beth Klewit, Oegol s "The Inspector Gen
eral;" Mr. W. H. Abbott. Ostrovaeky
"The Storm." ant Mis Jesephlne Huse,
Tohrtor "The Urlag Deal." -
Interesting point - about Parts, par
ticularly, on the right bank of the Seine,
will be described by the French depart
mnt of the Omaha Woman' . club at
the department meeting Thursday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, at the residence studio
of the instructor, Mis May M&honey.
devotional sen-Ice and little Miss Itetta
Smith sang two solos. Miss Dorothy Mo
Murray of the young people's branch of
the Frances Willard society whistled bird
notes and trills. Following the program,
Mrs. T. R. Ward, dressed In the attire
of Santa Claus, distributed presents to
each of the old people.
The West Side Woman's Christian Tem
perance union will hold It next meeting
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. John Blake, 1914 South
J. Edholm I ehatrman of the health com
mlttee and Mr. W. C. Lambert head
the civics committee.
Dr. J. M. Banister, for year a mem
ber of the army medloal corps, will
speak on "The Part Played by Insect In
the Propagation of Disease." Dr. Ban
ister Is now instructor In the department
, v," v. . ,. ,I,iC'Blte Alumnae at a meeting Thurt
Medloal college. Mrs. Edholm has issued
The Browning club will meet at the
home of Mrs. C. 7.. Gould, Wednesday,
January 13. Selections from Browning
will be studied at this time.
Leo Tolstoi, the Russian playwrlgfct,
will be the subject for discussion by the
dramatic section of the Association of
Miss Adaliae Specnt will read "The
Servant In the House" at a meeting of
the oratory ; department of the Omaha
Woman' club, which will bs held Tues
day morning at 10 o'clock In Prof. Rleed's
tirs. Charles H. Aull, . state vice regeat
for the Daughters of the American Revo
lution, will address a meeting of Major
Isaac Sadler chapter. Tuesday afternoon,
at the home of Mrs Joseph C. Weeth, 1917
Wirt street. Mr. AuU'a talk will be on
the work of the state and national organ
isations. Mrs. George B. . Darr will give
several reading and Miss Gertrude
Weetb musical number.
The Dorca Sswing club will hold Its
next meeting Friday afternoon at the
home of Mr. N. L. Trimble, 261 Mere
dith avenue, at 2:90 o'clock. The Christ
mas work of the society will be discussed
and a report' given on the Christmas dl li
ners provided. Plans for next year'
work will be decided.
The Central Park Motners' Welfare
league win meet Friday afternoon at 2. JO
o'clock In the auditorium of the school.
.Mrs. James W. Metcalfe, president of
the Omaha Btory Tellers' league, will tell
stories. A half hour will be given over
to a diHCusslon en "Truth." with special
reference to the child's relation to 'ts
playfellow. Light refreshments will be
served by a committee, of which Mrs.
Cieorge W. Brown 1 the chairman.
The V. 8. Grant Woman' Relief
. corps No. 101 will bold a regular meeting
Tuesday afternoon at !:tt o'clock at Me
morial hall. The corp and Grant pot
will hold Joint installation Tuesday
evening at Memorial hall. Mrs. Harriet
Wilcox will be the Installing officer for
tie eons. " '
The Frances WUlard Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union gave its annual
Christmas program at the Old People's
Home, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ei:s
ebetn Longstretb waa in charge of the
day afternoon at the home of Mrs Ste
phen Davles. Miss Josephine Huse wll
talk on "The Living Dead."
Mr. Martin W. Dlmery will be hostess
for a meeting of the Btory Tellers' sec
tion of the Association of Collegiate
Alumnae, Wednesday afternoon, when
Russian stories wilt be told. Miss Bess
Charlton will tell a history story. Miss
Edith Fisher a folk story and Miss Jose
phine Huse a selected one.
The Mothers' Culture club will meet a
the home of Mrs. J. C, Bufflngton,
Wednesday afternoon. The hostess will
be assisted by Mrs. J. F. Bard. Mrs.
Henry G. Cox will lecture on "Instru
mental Music Interpretation" and Mrs.
W. A. Eddy will give items of current
interest. Roll call will be responded to
with musical sketches of classics for the
piano, under the leadership of Mrs. J. C.
The North Bide circle of the Child Con
servation league of America, which was
to meet Friday afternoon, has postponed
Its meeting one week and will hold Us
next meeting Friday afternoon, January
16, at 2:30 o'clock, In the auditorium of
the Monmouth Park school.
Barrle' "TheLegend of Leonora" will
be the subject for .study at the next
meeting of the literature department of
the Omaha Woman's club Wednesday
morning. Mr. Millard Langfeld, leader
of the program, will talk on "Barrle;"
Mr. H. a . McDonald will give a review
and criticism; and Mrs.. Joseph Pol car
will have a her subject "Pantaloon"
and half an hour studies In realism.
Miss Kate A. McHugh, formerly prtn
clpUU of the Omaha High school, will
lecture on "Browning" before the Mu
Sigma club, which Is making a study of
Browning this year. The meeting will j
be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Frank Boyd, 3023 Harney street
. The literature department of the South
Omaha Woman' olub will study "South
America" at It meeting Tuesday after
noon at Library ball. Mr. C. W. Sears,
leader of the program, will talk on "The
Commercial and Political Prospects In
South America," and Mrs. Perry
Wheeler will tell tha story of Peru. Cur
rent event will be given by Mesdamea
W. L. MoClintoek. Frank P. Lee, Homer
Bowen and J. E. Lush.
securing so brilliant a scholar to address
Members of the society will be ad
mitted on presentation of membership
tickets; outsiders can secure admission
at the door.
The Omaha Suffrage association will
hold Its regular business meeting Wednes
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Barlght
hall. Plans for the new year's work
will be discussed.
The next meeting of the Clio olub,
which will be held Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. C. S. Shepard, will
be given over to an Informal musical
and social afternoon instead of the regu
The board of trustee of the Old Peo
ple' Home association will hold the first
meeting of the new year Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the Young Woman's
"How to Save Labor In the, Home" will
be told at a meeting of the home eco
nomics department of the Omaha Wo
man's club Thursday morning at ( 10
o'clock. Each member will tell of her
labor-saving devices, plans or experi
ences, led by Mrs. E. R. Hume of Dun
dee, whose suggestions along these lines
have been most popular with the club
Plnero' "Iris" will be discussed by the
Clio Study club at Its meeting this aft
ernoon at the home of Miss Ada Gillnaky
In Council Bluffs. A sketch of the au
thor's life and place In the drama will be
given by Miss Helen Somraer and Mis
Pauline Rosenberg will tell the story and
give an analysis of the play. Miss Maria
Gordon will talk on "Plnero' Women."
The meeting place for the Mother' Cul
ture club Wednesday has been o hanged
from Mrs. J. C Bufflngton' residence
and will be held at the home of Mrs, J.
O. Detweller, 3524 Dodge street
V. W. C. A. Notes.
The regular Sunday afternoon vesper
service will be held at 4:30 o clock In the
auditorium. Dr. Rowland of the First
Baptist church will give a New Year'
talk and Joe Harding will give a violin
solo. The social hour follows the service
at 6:30 And Miss Louise Curtis will be the
hostess. All young women are invited to
attend these Sunday afternoon meetings.
At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon there
will be a meeting In the interest of the
Beginning with this week, the regular
class work will be resumed and all other
activities of the association which have
been discontinued during the holidays.
There are five more weeks of this terra
in the clasa work that la, during Janu
ary and the firat week in February. The
schedule for the second term classes will
be out very soon and inquiries can be
made at the general office of the asso
ciation building. Many of those who have
been In the classes this last term will be
It Will Pay Y ou To Wail
JANUARY SALE of
Start ins Monday, Jan. lliii,
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South Sixteenth St.
January Clearance Sale of
After Holiday Sale of
Brie - a - Brae
Start lug Monday, Jan. 4th
Kxtrr-m reductions ot English
China, l4unp, rock rry1l, deak
ttctft, tamp sltadeft, etc.
It Mill pAy rou to come
Draperies, Lace Curtains, Yard Goods
This St'Jo Means Far More To You Than the Ordinary Drapery Clearing; Sale.
IF YOU could soo thrstj poods as llicy an- taken out of stock ami awnihletl for this salo you would quickly under
stand why this is "no ordinary sale." You would realize that these nro Roods that have been carefully selected to
occupy a definite place in this department that they are the very host of their respective kinds that they offer a com
plete selection-that they constitute a wonderful opportunity at the prices marked, and that you who have waited for
the January Sales to buy your curtains and hangings, etc., can come here and find just what you want at prices that axe a
third and even a half and more less than you would ordinarily expect to pay.
About 250 plrs of Swiss, Quaker Lace and
.Nottingham curtsJns, regular
prices 11.25 to $3.50 per
bont 2(K) pair Scrim voile, Swiss
Quaker Luce curtains, up-to-date
iiattorns, regularly priced $1.50
to ?2.75 per pair
About ISO pair of Cluny Novelty Nets,
Swisses and Bcrim curtains,
priced regularly at $2.25 to
$5 per pair
About 8."M pairs of Filet Net, Marquisette,
Scotch Net, voile. Lacet Arabian, Pillow
ciuny, Appllquet and Duchess
I.nce curtains, regularly priced
$3.95 to $6.95, per pair
About 75 pairs of Arabian Lace, Macrame, Cluny, Filet and Ducht-sa
curtains, regularly priced $11 to 114.75, per pair
About 100 pairs of Novelty Net.
Lacet Arabian, Scrim and
Quaker I. are curtains, priced
regularly $5.25 o $5 per patr.
About 200 palm Marquisette with Mao
rani o and Filet insertion and edge. Duch
ess Lace. Auttque Kllcl, Voile
and Cluny curtains, regular
ly priced from $5 to $7.75,pr. .
About 100 pairs Cluny, Macrame, Lacet
Arabian, Duchess Lace and
fine voile curtains, rogularly
priced $0.50 to $16.50 per pr.
About 50 pair of very fine Cluny. Ara
bian and Duchess L.ace cur
tains, regularly priced $9 to
$lti. 7 5 per pair , .
inw ii iii mVsi 1 rum ,
Curtain Yard Goods
12ic, 25c, 59c, 95c yd.
Nets, Scrims, Voile, Swinaea, Madras, Kte.
goods that sold at 25c to 50c yd. lStta
goods that sold at 40c to 80c yard 256
goods that sold at 05c to 91.50 yd. 59
goods that sold at 91.50 to $2.50 yd. 95
a big assortment at each price aa well as
many at other prices.
Yard 75c 95c
a big assortment in each grade of 50-lnch
gooda In greens, blues, rose, mulberry,
browns, etc., all guaranteed fast to sun and
qualities selling for $1.25 per yd. 75f
qualities aellng for 91.50 and some at
91.05 per yard Q5
a big selection at other prires similarly
About 75 pairs Sunfast and Madras over
curtains, made up in regular lengths, reg
ularly priced at $5 to $14.95
In all about 35 pairs every one a remark
$19.75 Pt. de Luxe, 2 pairs, pair ..$0.75
$25 Duchess Lace, 4 pairs, pair . $11.75
$23.50 lFlet Lace on Voile, 3 prs. $10.75
$65 Hand made Cluny, 2 pairs, pr. $20.50
$13.50 Antique Madeira, 6 pairs, pr. $7.75
$46 Cluny Lace panel, 1 only1 at ..$10.75'
$21.60 Cluny, C pairs, pair ....... .$0.75
Remnants at 5c, 19c, 39c, 75c
Remnants of all kinds of curtain and drapery
fabrics in pieces varying from Vt yard to 5
and (i-yard longths. At the original yard
prices these are worth three and four, times
the price asked each ,
5c, 19c, 39c and 75c
A few remnants of very fine materials, priced
95c per yard and up 5 to 8
yards in each piece
Lace Edgings lc Yard v
Soiled and short lengths, worth 3c to 4 '
15 per yard
17c, 25c, 50c and 95c
An assortment of printed cretonnes of the
past reason's patterns, regularly 1
nrlced 2 5c to 50c per yard 1 f C
Plain and figured cretonnes in rose blues,
greens ana yeiiows, reguiariy
priced 3Cc to 85c per yard ......
Imported cretonnea that sold from
70c to $1.00 per yard
Imported Cretonnes and linens that
told from $1.25 to $1.50 per yard.
Regular $7.86 and $8.75 portieres la good
assortment, Armures and . . SJ1 QC
Moire reps psiviJ
15 pairs Imported French Velour portieres,
regularly $40.00 to $45.00 &QQ Cft
per pair tfJ3
1 sample set. portieres and lambrequin in
silk velour, priced $135, sale QQ
A large assortment priced like the following .
examples: , ,
92.50 double faced flax veloure, yd. $1.25
94.25 French brocatello, yard ..... .$2.50
92.50 Figured Tapestry, yard 81.50
94.05 Tapestry for wall use, yard . . .$2.75
Russian stories will be told at the meet
ing: of tha Omaha Story Tellers' league,
Thursday afternoon. a tha publlo li
brary. Miss Hermlnl. .'Blessing will b
leader ot the program.
"Abraham liMOA and Robert B. Lee"
will be the subject for dlsoueelon at a
culture club, which will be held Friday
afternoon at 10 o'clock, at the home of
Mrs. Robert Dosler, 610 North 41st street
Mrs. W. N. Baker will read a paper on
"Qualities In Llnooln to be Presented to
Girls aaa Boys," aa Mrs. J. P. O'Brien
will preseat the same subject for Lee.
Mrs. J. A. Hamilton will read a paper
on "Mow We Make Cblldrea's Lives
Too Easy for tha Development of Ster
ling Character," and Mrs. J. C. Burk
hart will give a synopsis of the article,
"The Modern Gospel of Work." Roll call
response will be items of interest con
cerning Lincoln and Lee, and the musi
cal program will include a vocal solo by
Miss Beulah Truesdell and a piano duet
by Mrs. E. Q. Hamilton and Mrs. P. y.
The Omaha Society of Fine Arts will
present the most popular and brilliant Ox
ford university extension lecturer. Prof.
I. B. Stoughton Holborn, who will de
liver the first of a series ot six illustrated
lectures at the Youig Women's Christian
association at I o'clock next Friday even
ing, January I. Pr. Holborn Is an en
thusiastic and intense admirer ot things
Oraclan, and his lecture on "Homer and
Early Discoveries In Homeric Lands."
which is the first of his talks on the
Inspiration of Greece, cannot fail to be
both Instructive and entertaining. Dr.
Holborn came to this country with an
extraordinary reputation for successful
extension lecturing, not only la England
and Scotland, but also in Germany,
Franco and Bwltaeiiand. Ia America he
has been accorded the most enthusiastic
recaion which has been given in recent
' years to a graduate of Oxford unlwrslty
j offering extension lectures, and the so
I dety of fine arts ia moat fortunate in
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