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rHK OMAHA SUNDAY liEK: JANUARY 17, 1!H5.
Doing in the World
51'NHAY Yohp Vomrn's Christian
BHFHM'lHtion, vrnpor mrvlrrs at 4 : n, in.
I 'i in Study iluK Miss Holm Foninipr.
MOXMAY-Omaha. Wcnmn'fl chib, open
proeram by philonophy and' ethics da-.
I iirtnient. Pumice circle, Child Con
servation Iicntuio of America, Wrn. J.
A. Hruep, hostron. v
T1TKKI.Y Music section. Association of
CollrKltitn Alumnae, Misses Kllsnbeth
and Anna Fry. IiohIofsps. Annual meet
in Himth Omaha Woman' club and
program hy literature department. Ora
. tory department. Woman 8 cluh. Hcnson.
. t 'hirl Conservation Icapue, Mrs. R.- H.
Cum. lioKtoxs. V. S. Grant Woman's
Uollof corps. Memorial hull.
VKDNKSDA Y OmHha Suffrage associa
tion tea. ills. Thomas llrown, hostess.
Mil Sigma iluh, Wis. K. W. Cunt her,
hostess. .Woman's club of tlia ItailwaV
M.iil Servire. M rn. V .H. Cole, hostess.
Clio club, Mis: U. A. Scott, hostess. Ut
erutuie dcpHitment. Woman's club, at
10 n. in. South tJiilo circle, Chllil t.on
servation league, Castellar school. t
Till KSDAY Omaha Story Tellers
league, public library. Emma Hoap
biml Mower mission. Frenchjlepart
nuftit, Wonian'B club aC 10 a, m..
economics department, Woman s cluU
rniPAY-i'mBlia Poelety of JMna Arts,
YounK Women's Christian association,
is ni. Mrs. N. II. Nelson, president
of the Woman's club, at horns to club
members. Dorcas club, Mrs. M. X.
Woodward, hostess. West Oman
Mothers' Culture club, Mrs. p.
BTUHl)AY Drama section, Association
or Colleplate Alumnae, Mrs. Ix-slie
lllppina. hostess. , , .
(Notices for this column should ba
mailed or telephoned to the club editor
before Friday noon.)
ILLIAM K. Nlcholl, president of
V A rl Bellevue rollepe, will be the
YY I speaker at the open program
Ui low V'li muiv uiiK.ii " - .
Monday afternoon, In charge
of the, philosophy and .ethics
department. President Nlcholl will speak
on "The Relation Between Mind and
Body." Mrs. S. A. Collins Is leader of
the program, which will be given directly
niinwinir th business meeting-. Miss
Helen Bennett will give a piano solo.
The annual meeting of the South Omaha
Woman's Club will be held Tuesday af
ternoon at Library hajl. Mrs. N. M.
Graham, who has be,n president for
two and one-hallears. was actively
urged for re-election, but she has de
clined because of her desire to devote
her services entirely to the hot lunch
experiment In the West Side school,
which system she Inaugurated, During
Mrs. Graham's administration, the club
membership has doubled and the consti
tution was revised, the South omana
Woman's club having grown out of-th
old jCentury - literary club. Mrs. R. M.
Iverty's name fin been mentioned as
the probable 'successor of Mrs. Graham
to the presidency?' Mrs. Laverty , now
holding the office of treasurer.
Following the election, a program on
"Abraham Lincoln" will be given by the
liters tore department under the leader
ship of Mrs. Charles Oliver. Mrs. Oliver
will tell of Lincoln's publlo and private
life and Mrs. F. . A. Cressey will give" a
rcviow of "The Southerner." - Items of
current interest will be given hy Mss
dames J-. E. Curtl. T. W. Scott, George
McGlnty and P. S. Moore. -
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"Mrs. Browning, Thinker ana Philan
thropist" will , be the subject, of the Mu
Sigma club's program,' Wednesday morn
ing, at' the homeo Mrs. E. W. Gunther,
SCO North.Fortleatset Mrs. Jolm-W.
Austin will be leader of the .program.
Mrs. Hota will read "A Rhapsody on
Life's Progress;" Mrs. B. P. Potter,
"Aurora? Leigh;" Mrs. A. R Bomers,
"Romance of a Swan's Nest;" Mrs. T.
M. . Conklln "Sonnet;" Urm. Carlisle
Goodaon, "Caaa Guldl Windows;" Mr
Isaao Carpenter, "Sleep," and Mrs. Frank
Holmes Browning's "Tb Star," written
of his wife. Mrs. Edwin Landal will
have as her subject "Social Service In
Aurora Leigh," and Miss Nell Carpenter
will sing "Unless, the words of which
wer written by Mrs. Browning.
'Labor Saving Utensils" wtll be dls
oussed at the next meeting of the home
economics department or the sOmaha
Woman's club, Thursday morning at 10
o'clock. A demonstration of such uttn
alls will ba given and each member will
tell some of her own experiences. Mrs.
W. 1 Blrney will be In charge of the
meeting. . - ".
The first of a serle of guffrag teas
planned for the remainder of the winter
will be given by the Omaha Suffrage as
soclatlon Wednesday afternoon at tha
home of Mrs. Thomas Brown, 1824 Wirt
street. Miss Bessie Randall will tell of
the work of the Visiting "TJurse associa
tion and Mrs. George Doans will tell of
the work of the Associated Charities.
Mrs. Joseph Duffy will gtva a recitation
and Mrs. A, M. Klnkade a piano solo.
Mrs. F. H. Colo will be hostess for the
Woman's Club of the Railway Mail
garvlce Wednesday afternoon. . Descrip
tions of famous buildings will be the re
scons to roU call, and Mrs. Inring II.
Arey of the Dundee Woman's club will
ttll'the story of Job (
Tchekov's "The Sea Gull" will be the
drama for discussion by the Clio Study
chib. at the horn of Mlsa Helen Som-
iner, this afternoon. Miss Lillian Cner
nlss will till the story of tho play, and
Miss Ruby Isaacson will talk on "Tche-
kov and His Place in Russian Drama."
Miss 1011a Fleishman will describe the
atmosphere of the play.
V. 8. Grant Woman's Relief corps No,
10 will hold Its next regular meeting
Tuesday afternoon t 8:80 o'clock In
Mrs. D. M. McGahey will read Barrie's
The Will' at the meeting of the oratory
itepartment of the Omaha Woman's club,
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. - Follow
ing, tho reading, Prof. Bleed will givs a
crltltUro of the work.
The French department of the Omaha
Woman's club will meet Thursday morn
ing at 10 o'clock in Miss Wahoney'a studio.
Tho regular lesson will be followed by a
continuation of the discussion ot Inter
esting points on the right bank of the
,Sin, in Frenah
The West Omaha Mothers Culture club
v. Ill meet at the home of Mrs. E. O.
Hamilton, 41u3 Davenport street, Friday
afternoon. James Fenlmore Cooper and
Henry W. Longfellow will be the sub
jects of the afternoon's discussion and
lull call v. ill be reponded to with quota
tions from each of theso writers. Mra
Hamilton will read a paper on "Writ
iovs of Cooper and What Young People
His rUoi ifcs'" and Mis. W. I',
lUfetr Kill have the same topio la
IN CHARGE OF OPEN DAY TOO
GRAM 0. W. C.
relation tolAngrfellows poems. Mrs.
MetZKer will also recite "The Rainy
Day." Mrs. R. C. Dozler will read I
dians and What Traits They May Iarn
from Them." The topic "At What Aw
Should Children, Read Hiawatha and the
Last of the Mohicans" will be discussed
by Mrs. Georpe A. Roberts. The In- ,
traduction to "Hiawatha" will be recited The co,nrr.ittee. In charge of the enter
by Helen Wlnkleman and Helen lalnmet nt .... ...to Daughters ot the
Bfnordon, daughters of members of the
Mothers' club, and musical numbers will
be given by Mrs. Marlon Crump and Mr.
Mrs. F. H. Cole wUl be leader of tho
prosram for the literature d'opartment of
the Omaha Woman's club, Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock. Winston Churchill's
"The Inside of the. Cup" will "Be-atudlcd.
Mrs. James F. Ferguson will give the
opening theme and motive, - comparing
this work with Kennedy's "The Servant
In the Houso." Mrs. George C. Kdirerlr
will give the characterisation; Mrs. A. L. !
Green, the plot, and Mrs. J. B. Jones, the
philosophy. Members of the Dundee
Woman's club will be especial guests of
' Stories from India will be told by mem
bers of the Omaha Story Tellers' league.
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the
publlo library. Mies Edith Haight will
tell the story of Druwa and Mrs. P. M.
Prltchard will toll "The Castle BuUt by
Music." There , will also be - a Kipling
story. . Mrs. Martin W. Dlmery is leader
of the program.
' The South Side Child Conservation
league will meet Wednesday at S o'clock
at Castellar school. Dr. E. Holovtchtner
will take on ths work of bacteria. Mrs.
Harriet MacMurphy. for six years state
food Inspector, will tell of , the laws
governortng dairy Inspection' in the state;
also women's efforts toward cleaner
unit ies, a representative irom the board
of , health will talk ' on ; proper ' dairy
Inspection la this community.
Mrs. : Richard Webster' will' entertain
the story teller's section of the Associa
tion of Collegiate Alumnae, at-her homo
m the Helen apartments, Wednesday
afternoon. Miss Eeulah Adams will tell
a folk story. Miss Louise Stegner. a
modern short story and Mrs. Robert
Gantt, a selected sloy,
The Neapolitan draimaOo school will
be studied by the muslo section pf the
Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the homo
of Misses Elizabeth and Alice Fry, 2024
Blnney street Miss Avllda Moore, leader
of the department, will conduct th pro
gram. ClUeg, rivers and lakes of the" United
States will be described by members of
the Clio club, Wednesday afternoon, , at
tho homo of Mrs. O. A. Scott, the presi
dent. Mrs. C. C Morrison, leader of Un
program, will tell about the cities; Mrs.
Bryco Crawford of tho rivers, and Mrs.
Ralph Russell, the lakes of this country.
Favorite quotations will ba given In
response to roll call,
Mrs. M. N. .Woodward, president of
the Dorcas Sewing olub will be hostess
tor tho next meeting, at her hom rk
Manderson street, Friday afternoon. Ths
club wilf continue its work of sewing for
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of Benson met Wednesday with
Mrs, R. E. Swetland. . when Mrs. J.
mcaeisen Md In tho regular study. A
new membership contest was begun. Mrs
Bumpus will lead on February 10 at the
home of Mrs. P. A. Legge.
Tho Chnd Conservation league of Bent
on wiU meet Tuesday with Mrs. R. h
Cass. 2805, Ftfty-elghth avenue, a pro
gram on domestic science subjects will
be given l.-y Meedames Beasley, Ryan and
Veno. The latter will give a reading and
Mrs. H. Stahl will give a vocal solo.
Mr Agnes Harrison, principal of the
Farnam school, will address the Miller
Park Mothers' circle Wednesday after
noon, following the class day exercises
of the eighth grade. Mrs. Harrison will
speak on "The Relationship Between the
nome. School and Child," and will also
teU of the "21" club for boys organised
to pledge boys against narcotics. The
fourth Junior murtcale by children at this
school will be held Friday, January 21.
The Dundee circle of the Child Con
servation League -ot America will meet
Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs J
A. Bruce. 6u09 Chicago street. The pro
gram wm te on health and .cleanliness.
After a short parliamentary . drill by
Mrs. N. K. Sype, Mra Maynard Swarts
wiU give a paper on "Tuberculosis and
It Care." Mra Fred , Elliott, Jr., will
follow with "Fresh Air Schools and Deli
cate Children." Mra J. II. Beaton will
rive a reading from "Wllllum T.n a
Dawr. "Woman'a 'AnHtiid. fo w.u-
the Board of Health" will be given by
Mrs. Don MoCown. An open discussion,
"W hat Shall Bo Done With the Publlo
nj.n,. . ...
Drinking Cup and Roller Towel?" WiU
follow. Mrs. Sype will make a report on'Tbe whole membership of the association
"Legislative Measures Concerning- State 1 ' Invited to this meeting. A supper is
Law or Woman'a Work for Suppression
The Tennyson chapter of the Cbautan
the home of
y circle will meet Monday at
. w v K-j r.i,
ir airs. w. I.. i.yie. M Iark
avenue. Mrs. Rudolph von Luttgen will
lead the lesson from ."Pemocratlo. Eng
land," and Mr. Lyle, the
one .. from
' A paper
"Among English Hedgeroui
RETIRING PRESIDENT OF SOUTH
OMAHA WOMAN'S C1XK
entitled '"Facts About Child Labor In th
United States and the Aseni les Working
'w"w ..u.i.uu-. -
r MrB VOn Luttgen Mr. W . R lloward
will wu liiw Biuijr . xiiy ..
W. I Brayton will give a biographical
sketch of Lloyd George.
American Revolution In Omaha in March
will meet at the Paxton hotel Tuesday
morning at 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. C, H.
Aull, vice state regent; Mrs. C. M. WO
helm, regent of Omaha chapter; Mrs. R.
E. McKelvy, regent of Major Isaac Sad
ler chapter; Mrs. Ira W. Porter and
members of subcommittees will be in at
tendance. . Mrs. Leslie Hlgglns wltl be hostess for
the drama section of the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae Saturday afternoon.
Interpretive work will be taken up. Miss
Blanche Coffraan la leader of the de
Mrs. F. H, Cole, chairman of the schol
arship trustees. Nebraska Federation fit
Women's Clubs, announces the addition
of another four-year scholarship, which
will be available for students tho 'sec
ond semester, beginning February 1, 1915.
Chancellor Fulmer, through the Women's
Culture club, University Place, has do
nated a scholarship of tuition in Wes
leyan university. . All applications for
this scholarship should be sent to Mrs.
E. J. Halner, secretary-treasurer scholar
ship trustees, 1339 South Nineteenth street,
Lincoln. This scholarship, like those ot
Omaha university and BrowneU Hall, Is
given without a time limit, and It there
fore remains for each olub belonging to
the State Federation to nominate a stu
Tho scholarship trustees' are In receipt
o a letter fronv the dean of women.
Knox college, Galesburg, 111., telling ot
tho excellent work betng done by Miss
Mary MoCullough, a Nebraska young
woman, who received a scholarship to
The Stephen Bennett chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution In
Fairmont at the regular monthly meet
ing, held at the home of Mra . John B.
Dean January 13, entertained the state
regent, Mrs. Warren Perry of Falrburyt
Mrs. F. R. MoCormick ot Washington, a
member of the first, chapter organ
ized In, ' the - city of Washington;
Mrs. 8. Orr of Clay Center,
and tho following prospective mem
bers from Sutton: Mesdames Mary
Bennett, A Bennett. Japel, Brown and
Strong; Misses Jarrett, Silver and Himes,
After tho formal opening by tho chapter
regent. Miss Elizabeth Wright. Mi.
Perry gave a short talk on the object and
alms ot the Daughters, telling of work
that different chapters are doing.' This
was followed by tho historical discussion
and other features of the regular meet
Each person had been requested to
bring any article of historical Interest.
The following relics were brought: 'X
small blbl printed in Holland in 1600, a
silhouette portrait o-tho times before
daguerreotypes; a-last will and testament
several generations oldi. continental
money; silver spoons 100 years old,, and
hand-span flax thread; a bridal veil of
exquisite lace, descended from a great-
grandmother; a powder horn used in the
war of 1812; family bible,1 first record,
1704; a page of records previous! to- this
time torn out; small piece ot timber and
a.paper knife made front copper; a rivet
of the frigate Constitution? a small flag
from the grave of Stephen Bennett In
Canterbury, Conn.; waist of a wedding
dress (1 years old; knife and fork brought
over in the Mayflower; several commis
sions and a land grant signed by the first
governor oi jNeorasaa.
Mrs. Orr received-as a prize a boquet of
roses and sweet alyssura. , At the lunch
eon the place cards bore a tiny photo-
graph of tho birthplace of Stephen Ben
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Rev. J. Frank Young will be the
speaker at the tiun lay afternoon vesper
service at 4:i o'clock. The Singing will
be by Miss .Ethel Parsons, who will be
accompanied by Miss Olive Seymour. At
the social hour following the regular
service Mlsa Ora K. Johnson will t the
hostess and will have the members of
her Sunday school at Westminster church
to assist her.
The schedule for the new classes of the
second term will be out this week. Kegln
tratlons are already being taken for some
of the classes, especially for the domes
tic science and gymnasium, as these
clutses fill ui very rapidly.
Thucsday will begin a sorles of monthly
noon programs, which will be given the
third Thursday of the month from 13
to 1 o clock In the auditorium. For this
ona there will be three numbers by du
plls of Miss Luella Allen, three vocal
solos provided by Miss Cora Schwartz,
and readings by pupils of Mra Kffle
Bteen Klttleson. These numbers wlil be
given In such a way thetv those who
are to may come lor a few minutes and
I '' perfect liberty to leave whenever
i tnpy must
I Although this Is a week ahead of time.
jit will not come amiss to mention tha an-
I nuai meaiwia. -nury a
1 At this time all the classes are omitted
an4 no rals are served In the cafeteria.
served In the d ning room at a oust of
2j cents and tickets must bo secured be
fore the supper. 1 heae can be obtained
at the general office of the -soclatlon
building and any time during the coming
unt Saturday evening. Reports of
'thoijears work are given at the moet-
illg following the supper and a program
is ariangcd for a part or tho time.
Iad the "For hale" as If you
bargains of the minute.
CREIGHTON NIGHT AT BOYD
Entire House it Rented Out for
Wednesdays Eveninj for Per
formance of Strongheart
PROCEEDS GO TO THE GYM
The Crelghton gym night at tha Boyd
theater. Wednesday evening, promises to
be a big occaa'on for the students and
the friends of the university The alumni
and students have purchased the seating
rapacity for this evening, when the reg
ular company now appearing at that the
ater will apper.r In ''Strongheart," the fa
mous play picturing the Indian at college.
The proceeds wilt go toward the erection j
of a gymnasium at Crelghton.
The student cemm'ttee In charge, con
sisting of Charles Shook. James Martin,
Richard Kelly and Carl Uuoauni, Is push
ing the affair, and the sale'of seats prom- 1
lees a fat contribution to the gym fund.
Annmher of features will he uncorked
en this evening. Notable among these
wltl be the part whlc;h Tommy Mills,
coach-elect at Crelghton, . now coaching
Omaha High, will take. Mills, who Is
also an actor, will take a part In the piny
and the students are planning a demon
stration In h's behalf.
A large number of alumni have pur
chased tickets. .They will - appear In
groups throughout the house. '
The collrg team which will appear on
the stags ts representative of Crelghton
university. ' i
Throughout the week the Boyd theater
will be 11 raped with the blue and white
colors 'fl Crelghton Interest among the
students Is high, and has led to the post
ponement of '.he annual oratorical contest,
which was slated for tho university audi-,
torium on that evening.
Messrs. Kohler, Baldwin, Wolsenhorn
and Bchleh will appear In a special quar
tet number by thft Varsity Olee clul
to Appbal to Law
BUTTE, Mont., Jan 17. Talk of trying
to promote a general strike of Butts
unions, previously Indulged in by un
employed miners, was not heard at a
mass meeting of the Jobless men ' last
night. Committees were appointed to
consult with other unions with a view to
the Institution of legal proceedings
against artous copper companies, which
are aroused of maintaining a black lint
as a result of tho recent labor troubles
It was said at the meeting that action
would be brought against the companies
In the federal court.
A committee's report stated "that In
view of the recent decision of the United
States supreme court In the Danbury
Hatters' case, rendered a few days ago,
It appears that If the workers can be
held as offenders for boycott and dis
crimination in this particular case there
is no reason why the workers ot Butte
who havo ben discriminated against could
not hold employing corporations respon
Bose Shows Bryan
How Plants Breathe
WASHINGTON. Jan. 16. -Secretary
Bryan's office took on the appearance
for a time yesterday of an experimental
laboratory, when Prof, 3. C. Bose ot
Calcutta, India, with some delicate ap
paratus measuredthe heart beats ot a
plant and showed Hhe effects of plant
life on poisons and strong restoratives.
A number of department officials wit
nessed the novel experiments.
Secretary Bryan met Prof. Bose In
India several years ago when he was on
A trip around the world.
STORM DOES NOT STOP
OPENING OF NEW BRIDGE
Regardless of tho blizzard tho Burling
ton's new concrete bridge over tho Platte
river this side of Ashland was connected
up with the main line tracks and Bun day
it will go into service for tho first time.
While tho track was being laid Burling
ton trains to and from the west were
operated by way ot Oreapolls.
The connecting up of tho tracks meant
the laying ot about ten rail lengths at
tho east end of the new bridge. Men
commenced the task early In tho morn
tag and worked during the storm. After
tho rails were spiked to the ties the
trap was leveiea up ana oanasiea, ana
by early this evening everything will be
In shape for traffic, both freight and pas
senger. WANTS ATHLETIC GIRLS TO
WATCH SELVES DANCING.
Mrs WH Dales
IOWA CITT, la.. Jan. .-SpeclaJ.)-Peoplo
would become graceful if they
could keep watching; their Images, la the
theory of Mrs. W. II. Bates, nee Alice
Wilkinson, girls' physical director at the
Unlverelty of Iowa. She applies this to
university gymnastics and says the
oo-eds would be less awkward If they
oould watch themselves dance. Accord
ingly she has secured permission of uni
versity authorities for the Installation
of room-length ir.lrrora on the gym floor
of the girls' new gymnasium building
now In rocrs ot construction, so that
the young Voiui n may watch thcmsclvcj
drill or execute aesthetic dancer
( ' ' Ni
ECHOES OF THE ANTE ROOM
Various Organizations Are in the
Midst of' .Their Winter
MANY ARE INSTALLING" OFFICERS
One more B. M. camp No. 45 sets the
pace for the other ramps of Omaha by
giving its members a new hall and club
rooms at 218-2 Bee building, where the
members of the ramp ran go at any time
during the day or evening and spend tholr
spare time, ino rooma were iurniswa
with the Intention of giving the meiubers i
all the comforts possible and It is cer
tainly an Ideal place for the members to
spend their noon hour as well as any
other hour of tho day. So. members, get
tho habit and go up often, be a booster
and help them grow. You will always
find Clerk r. I. Devol ready either for a
chat or a checker game. Regular meet
ings en Tuesday nights,.
Kalakts anil l.adlerPeerHy.
Omaha council No. 415 will entertain al
a "kid" party, dance and supper In Its
hall. 1009 Chicago Mreot, Thursday eve
Ancient Order V tilted Workmen,
The central committee will hold Its next
Joint meeting with ratten lodge No. 173
on Monday, January 18. Hon. Willis VS.
Reed, attorney general, will be the
Renaon Aerie F.agles.
The drIU team of Benson aerie No. 1208
gave a grand ball last night at the Benson
Auditorium, when the special feature was
the demonstration of late society dances
given by Prof, and Mra. W. O. Chambers, j
The Benson Danish Brotherhood cele
brates Its first anniversary next Satur
day evening, Junuary 33, with a banquet,
ball and entertainment The menu cards
lasucd In artistic Invitations bearing the
Danish flag, are particularly attractive.
Ceremonies appropriate to tho occasion
have been elaborately prepared. Danc
ing will be an enjoyable feature.
On Thursday evening, Benson -Royal
Neighbors Installed their officers for
ensuing year. A soolal meeting, followed
with refreshments, was attended by a
largo number. '
Benson 1 Rebekahs Dietalled officers
Wednesday evening. , Ruth lodge of
Omaha put on the work. Many grand
officers were present resulting In an
event of particular Interest. The officers
now are: Mrs. Julia Rice, N. O. ; Mrs.
Ben Morton, P. O. ; Mrs. Georgia peane,
V. G.; Mrs. Kdith Paugh, secretary; Mrs,
Clinton Keller, treasurer; Mra. F. D.
McCray, chaplain; Mrs. John Appleby'
Is deputy grand marshal; Miss Christina
Specht, : captain of the degree team.
Initiation will be held at tho next regu
lar meeting, - . '
Benson Ancient Order of United Work
men , held Installation On Wednesday
evening, with Omaha lodge. No, SS, as
slating. . Slipper was served after the
The Mondamln lodge No. Ill Of the
fraternal union will hold a publlo
installation ot officers Tuesday evening
at the iBarlght hall. Nineteenth and
j Woodmen of the World,
Omaha-Seymour camp No. 18 now has
a membership of 1,160 and as an InduQe
ment to the members to hustle and
obtain new applicants, the camp Is going
to give a banquet for new members and
those who secure their applications, at
the Hotel Ioyat grill room on Thursday
evening, January tt.
Fifty reservations have already been
made through the clerk ot the camp. For
those who fall to obtain a now member,
plates may bo purchased.' All requests
for reservations must be received by the
clerk not later than Tuesday January 2$
.On Tuesday evening, tho team-will put
on the Protection degree and obligate a
large number of candidates.
At the regular meeting of Alpha camp
NoT 1 Woodmen of the World In Ba
right hall, Nineteenth and Farna?m, Tues
day evening. Sovereign W. F. Wapplck
will deliver an address on the construc
tion of the Keokuk dam,. an4 Its advan
Knights ef Pythias.
, On Wednesday night of this week, Ne
braska lodge. No. 1, Knights of Pythias,
will have another open, session, with Sir
Knight George W. Condor In charge, A
program of a varied nature has been ar
ranged for the occasion, In which a num
ber of novelties will be sprung on tho
In order that other lodges In -the dis
trict might be accommodated as to the
date. District Deputy Orand Chancellor
Irysart, has changed the time for hold
ing the district convention, fixing the
date for February U. at the Castle hall
of No. 1, In the Board of Trade build
ing. Sixteenth and Farnam streets.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen,
Henderson homestead, No. 1C42, Broth
erhood of American Yeomen, will hold its
annual Installation of officers Tuesday.
One of the supreme officers will be pres
ent to conduct the ceaamonies. After the
Installation a playet will be presented by
the Harms children. At the conclusion
of the program there will be dancing and
refreshments. All Yeomen and their
friends are Invited. Tho entertainment
will be public
LIN NEAR GETS THIRTY
DAYS FOR IMPERSONATING
B, H.' Llnnear was sentenced to thirty
days in Jail after pleading guilty to the
charge of Impersonating an , officer at
Fifteenth and Dodge streets, where ho
stopped Sadie Roup and demanded that
khe give him money for "protection."
Three women appeared against Roup and
testlfed that he' secured S3 from them
earlier in the evening. ,
In the accused man's pocket was found
an application to tbet)raaha polios Jorce,
all duly filled out, but not stamped by
JUDGE MORRIS TO RETURN
TO TRY CASES IN OMAHA
Judge Page Morris of Duluth will
reach Omaha, February 1, to preside
over tho United States district court bore.
The first case' to be heard before him
will be that of John A. Moor va. the
Union Paclflo Railway company. Judge
Youmana of Fort Smith, - Ark., Is ex
ipected on February '.Judge Younians
is assigned to hear the Matters' case,
which lie will take up ither February 9
ut February 14 ' ,
ORCHARD &WILHELM CO.
JANUARY SALE OF
JANUARY CLEARING means just this-r-
we will sell you this mdnth, at liberal reductions, articles .
from broken lines and heavily stocked lines and thereby
make needed room for spring purchases. This is your op
portunity to buy merchandise of standard quality and de
sign for less than it is really worth. We invite you to come
in and form your own opinion. , ' "
JANUARY SALE OF .'
Lace Curtains Draperies
Look around at the curtains on your windows Do any need
replacing? This is just the right time to do it the curtains
and curtain materials in this sale are the kind you want to
buy and "they're awfully cheap" Come in and see.
V Oriental Rugs Sale Prkes
A good time to select a fine Oriental Rug and pay less than
the regular price. Our collection offers-more than double
the number of rugs to select from that others can show.
Selected at Random ,
127 China Cabinet, golden oak, Colonial, sale in-lee. .820.00
$84 Dresser, Circassian Walnut, Colonial, price. . 850.00 '
$23 Dining Table, golden oak, 48-ln.r sale ItIio. . . .glO.75
$43 Uuffet, selected, golden oak, Mile price. $33.00
, $8 Dressing Table, Circassian, walnut, wile price. .$52.00
$34 Dresser, golden oak, large 'mirror, ulo price. ". . .$27.00
' $40 Dresser, mahogany, Colonial, sale price $30.00
$44 Chiffonier, Circassian walnut, alo priro ......$29.00
$22 China Cabinet, golden oak, salo pi-Ice ....... .$10.50
$44'Cellarette, selected golden oak, sale price) ....$32.00.
$38 BuMet, selected golden oak. sale price $23.00
$3Q Dining Table, fumed oak. 4b-lnch. ante price. . . ,$22.50
1 $68' Buffet, fumed oak, mirror top, sale prico .....$52.00
$43 China Cabinet, golden wax finish, 81 price). . . .$20.00
$55 Buffet, golden wax selected oak, sale price. ... .$42.50
$54 Dining Table, selected golden oak, sale price. . . .$30.00
$25 Serving Table; golden wax finish, sale price. .. .$10.00
.$5 Dining Chairs, fumed oak, leather Beats, sale price. $ 3.75
, $22.60 Music Cabinet, Circassian walnut, sale price .$17.50
. $46 Fireside Chair, upholstered denim, sale price). . . $30.00
$25 Settee, mahogany, upholstered seat, sale pric.$12.50
' $52 library Tabledselected golden oak. sale price. .$35.00
$13 Morris Chair, golden oak, wile prlt $8.00 ,
$24 Morris Chair, fumed oak, tale price -$17.50
$20 Dressing Table, mahogany, salo price .$15.00
$08 Chiffonier, mahoganj,, Inlaid pattern, sale price $54.00
$4 4 Chiffonier, mahogany, large mirror, sale price .$33.00
$64 Colonial Ded, Bird's-eye maple, sale price .....$52.00
$52 Dresser, Bird's-eye maple, large, sale price . ..$40.00 '
$48 Chiffonier, Toon a mahogany, sale price $37.50
$38 Poster Bed. mabogany, 3-4 size, sale price . .. . .$27.50 '
$35 Bed, full size, mahogany, salo price ...820.0O .
$70 Bed, lull size, Circassian walnut, sale price . . .JS53.00 .
$80 Dresser, golden oak, very large, sale price , . . . .$62.00
. ... i And hundreds of others. .
Lace Curtain Bargains Examples
13.75 Scotch Net Curtains, sgle price, pair $1.3f
$5.00 Filet Net Curtains, sale price, jtalr ..$2.1)5
$7.85 Duchess Lace Curtains, Kale price, pair .83.05
$8.76 fine Cable Net Curtains, sale price, pair , . . . .$4.05
$16.75 Cluny Lace Curtains, sale price, pair ...$5.05
$16.50 Imported French Voile Curtains, with cluny lace, sale
price, pair $4.05
v Several hundred pairs Quaker Lace Curtains, well
v made, serviceable curtaliiBfnu two lots, priced very
S"1:. ............... 49c and 89c
Scrims, Nets, Swisses, Marquisettes, Voiles,
Madras, Etc., yd. 12ic, 25c, 59c
unusually low even for sale prices. . . : . .-
414-416-418 SOUTH 16TH STREET.
Jht Management of the Hotel Home wishes to announce
that we are giving' to the citizens of Omaha fop the first tin he what
all other large' cities are enjoying in the Dinner Pansant where
youcau dine and dance amidst. refined surroundings, excellent
music and food cabaret, every Thursday and Saturday from.
5:00 to 0:30 in our beautiful New BaU 1 too in.
Mr. Harry Walker end Helen Kroner, who won the Co. tie
cup aiyl are expert 'dancers, havo been engaged to instruct and
give exhibition of all the late and novel dances.
Lamp's Orchestra will render all the popular dance music, ,
and the strictest refinement and seclusion will prevail throughout.
Make tsbU reservation in Ball Room early for After
niattnee and dinner hours.
Turpm's Dancing Academy 28th and Farnam
Cluas for ?Klnnrs s
craze. Canter Hesitation, ll
ftltV Ot Tt ait muaio. Mew term.
I ' V
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g,yt . i in i.i.ii it i
nuiills Septra's evenings.
New York; tail be dujuo.i to fox trot
X trnt tit,.,
I rival-leaaoiia daily.
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