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THE OMAHA KlWhAt . HKE: MAY !. 1!M.".
Interested in New Brownell Hall Society
New Members of Omaha Women's Press Club'
.Vy will tell about the lire of the author,
and Mli- 'KsthT Kpsteln will talk on
Tsgnie's lib al!m.
t.ludslnm and soiirs
by .Mrs. It. Long
Doing in the World
i Mrs M. 11 I'.lackwell will represrnl
At llic .Vonniiiuth Park Mothers' club,
hu h Inlets Tuesday In the ailiool iiiidl'
toitmn. yrj , v Miller, the prnl-itlon
offl -er. will talk nl'oot Ms work. Tlien
will Shu be rccMattm h Miss Klvira
the omsha- Wt man's dull of (he Railway
Mull yvhc (it thi tinflfinil convention
which will e held In Sun Francisco,.
Juno 21 -''. Several other del; Kates in
the stele evpci t t', attend ti p ineetlns.
Srxn.Y Young Women's Christian as
sociation, tcwpc-r service, 4 :3l p. m. Clio
Study dull. Miss Mnrle Gordon, host-
MONDAY Pundee circle. Child Cpnwr
vation league. Mrs. Maynard Swartx,
hostess. Memorial dny cimmllti-o,
Memorial hall. 8 p. m. Tcnnvson Studv
J i IitIp. Mm. W. C. I.yle, hostess.
Tl KSI.iAY Monmouth 1'arK Mothers'
club, school auditorium. North Side
Mothers' rluh, Mrs. G. K Hogerow.
hostess. George A. Custer Worn-ins
Kelief corps. Memorial hall. St. Berch
mHti s entertainment. Crc-lghton audi
torium. R p. ni. Hoard of trustees, Old
Peoples Home, Young Women's Chris
tian association. 10 a. in. V. S. Grant
Woman's Holief corps, Mn. U. o.
WED.N KSLA Y Clio club, Mrs. A. N".
Katon, hostess. Frances Willard Wo
men's Christian Temrance union. Mrs.
C. J. lloberts. hostess. Tea at Young
Women'! Christian association for
nurses. Omaha Women's Christian
Temperance union luncheon. First I'rcs
TlilTtSDAY Wy.he Story Tellers'
league, public llbrsrv, 4 p. m. Emma
Hoagtnnd Flower MIslon. Benson Bap
tist Missionary circle, Mrs. Klisabcth
Oesne, hostess. YounK Women's Chris
tian association concert by Miss Grace
FltlMA Y Bemla l'ark Mothers' club,
Mrs. F. L.. Trawl, hostess. Central Tsrk
Mothers' league, school auditorium. Fel
lowship cluli plays. YounK Women's
I'hrlstian association. Scottish Kite
Woman's club at the rathedtal, 2:! p.
m. West Omaha Mothers' Culture dun,
Mrs. T. J. White, hostess. laet lunch
eon at First Presbyterian church.
Trnvelogue on England, Mrs. W. B.
HA Tl," H DA Y - Annual meeting. Associa
tion of Collegiate Alumnae, Miss Ethel
(Notices for this column should be
mailed or telephoned to the club re
porter before Friday noon.)
OTHERS' DAY" will be ob
served by many Omaha club
women, especially for their
less fortunate siBters. The
Omaha Woman's Christian
Temperance Union has ar-
ranged tor the distribution of flowera at
the House of Hope, under the direction
of Mrs. Patton. and to the women at the
county Jail by Mrs. George Ahlquist.
At the Grace Baptist church Rev. E. B.
Taft has arranged for a Mothers' day
program to bo given by the women of the
church. Mrs. Edward Johnson will be
one of the speakers.
It Is interesting in this connection o
note that a Nebraska woman, Mrs. Max
A. Hostetler of Shelton, was largely In
strumental In bringing about the univer
sal observance of this day. Mrs. Hos
tetler Is president of the state auxiliary
to the International Mothers' Day asso
ciation and Is prominent In other club
Two of the best known newspaper
women of the state are Mrs. Annie Vto
Gates, city editor of the Blair Enterprise,
and Miss Eunice Ilasklns of the Stella
Tress. Both of these women are the only
out-of-town members of the Omaha
"Woman's Press club.
Mrs. Gates has had many honors con
ferred upon her and has filled various
offices. She was a member of the Board
of Education at Baker, Kan,; a member
of the State Historloal society, an Eastern
Star, a member for fifteen years of the
Nebraska State Press association serving
one year as corresponding secretary, and
ywas president , of tha Woman's .Research
club. , Mrs. Gates has held many church
and lodge offices, and last, out not least.
received a handsome vote for mayor of
'Auburn, Neb., several years ago, when
she resided there, even though she was
not a candidate for the of flue. .
Miss Hasklna is part owner and editor
of the Stella Press. She writes for the
Breeders' Gaiette,' one of the best known
farm papers in the country, and Is cor
respondent for ten papers. .
The Settlement Women's club held its
fortnightly meeting at Settlement Thurs
day evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Hlggins Sul
livan addressed them on woman suffrage.
The Washington Boys' club had its
monthly Bupper at the Settlement on
Wednesday night. The club buttons were
distributed and summer plana dlsousaedV.
Master Bert Adams, only IS years of age,
entertained tho elub with some flights
of a model airship which he had con
structed himself. This Is a French model
and the fifth which this youngster has
made. Ixuis Kusela, president of, the
club, is also interested In flying machines
and has made one or two successful
The very last chicken pie dinner will be
given at the old First Presbyterian church
Friday noon. Theso luncheons have been
a source of income for the church for the
last twenty years and a great-deal ef in
terest is attached to the last luncheon.
Mrs. G. I.. r.radlcy. 'chairman of circle 8,
is in ch.-trgi of the affair and will be
assisted by many of the wonlcn of the
church. The proceeds have gone toward
the handsome new edifice which will bo
ready for service late In the fall. The
ihureh will hold Its summer services at
the Young Men's Christian association,
The German Women's HilfsVerein will
give a festival at the German Home Sun
day, May 16. There will be amusements
and games and prixes for children and
An Ice cream social for the benefit of
tile Austro-IIungarlan-Gcrnian Red Cross
fund will he given at th. home of Mrs.
Henry I'cllsck, 1;)1 Podce street, Wednes
day May J9.
Tho Scottish Rite Woman's club will
meet Fridov afternoon at the cathedral.
vMts. FrankPatton Is In charge of the
program and -Mrs. Frank Rudolph will
The West Omaha Mothers' Culture club
will meet with' Mrs. P. J. White, &J04
Chicago street, Friday afternoon. A pro
gram on "Richard A. Proctor" will be
given. Papers will le read by Mrs. C.
D. Hutchinson and Mr. W. N. Baker.
Miss Clara Siefken will render- a vocal
solo and Miss Helen Taylor will give
Mrs. Edward Johnson returned Fri
day from Atchison. Kan., where she at
tended the annual meeting of the Went
Cential district, American Baptist For
eign Missionary society. Mrs. Johnson
was re-elected chairman of the board.
The first Issue of "The Settlement," to
be publit-hed monthly at the Social Settle
ment House, Is off the press. It contains
articles by the head resident. Miss Jessie
Arnold, Sanford C.lfford, Miss Mary Irene
Wallace, Mrs. Ixwrio Child and au arti
cle in Bohemian by Dr. Olga tSlastny. to
gether with Settlement lie, especially
wih reference to the Dramatic club and
it activities. It i gotten up la a mott
attractive manner. Mrs. Arnold and Mihs
Sophia Adams are the editors and th'ty
are assisted by a Inrge staff of Settle
ment young people.
The Association of Cjllegialo Alumnae
Is planning many good things fur next
year. The establlshmon of a bureau of
vocational guidance in connection with,
a College Woman's club' will be discussed
at the annual meet Saturday, at the
home of Miss Ethel Tukey. .Another
activity which the collcgi- women mean
to push Is that of dormitories for girls
at the state university.
At the Social Settlement section meet
lng( held Thursday, at the home of the
leader. Miss Anna Fry, it was decided
to raise funds to undertake a dressmak
ing clasi with a hlrvl Instructor at the
Social Settlement house. Each member
also volunteered to act as assistant
librarian for the branch library main
tained at the Settlement.
The local Collegiate Alumnae have
just affiliated with the Nebraska Federa
tion of Women's Clubs.
Miss Esther Johnson, secretary of the
Juvenile court, was the principal
speaker at a -meeting of the Omaha
Federation of Mothers' Clubs, Thursday
morning at the Young- Women's Chris
tian association. Miss Johnson talked on
the prevention of delinquent children
and stated that two-thirds of Juvenile
court cases were a result of liquor,
directly or Indirectly. Miss Jessie Moul
throp gave a reading. The program was
in charge of the Benson circle.
The federation Is planning to make ' a
study of Juvenile conditions and by co
operation, hope to better conditions as
muoh as possible. The program at the
next meeting, June 3, will be given by
the Southside circle. .''.
The sum of I7.S0 was appropriated to a
ne4jr family. Mrs. Wheeler taking
charge of the lunas.
Mrs. Mamie M. Claflin of. Uncoln,
president of the state Women's Christian
Temperance union, will be honor guest
at a luncheon to be given Wednesday at
1 o'clock, at the i First Presbyterian
church, by the Omaha Women's Chris
tian Temperence union. State-wide pro
hibition will be discussed. Mrs. Hugh
Wallace will give musical numbers. New
members will be especial guests of honor.
Tha board of truBteen of the Old
People's home will meet Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the Young Women's
The Bemis Park Mothers' club will be
entertained at the' home of- Mrs. T. L.
Prawl, 201 Turner boulevard, Friday aft
ernoon. Roll call response will be " on
"Curbing Selfishness," and current events
will be given . by Mrs. Earl Jorgensen.
Mrs. A. F. Hawklnson will give musical
numbers and papers will be read by Mrs.
I Bethards and Mrs. L. V. Nicholas.
Mrs. Prawl ,will give a reading from
James Wbitcomb Rllev.
The Memorial day committee in charge
of the celebration on that day will meet
at Memorial hall In the court, house Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock.
The National American Woman Suf
frage association is flooding the Panama
Pacific exposition with a silent argument
for women suffrage. This argument is
ENDS LONG TOUR OF SOUTH IN
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V Ji . V
Kr Osgood Tslmur.
nothing less than a modest 'little button,
which Is appearing; upon the garb of
thousands of western ' women In attend
ance upon the exposition. The button
reads merely: "I am a voter."
The Idea Is to make the visitors from
the conservative eastern states realise,
through visual aid, that there are thou
sands of women who actually . vote and
the national association has seised upon
the exposition as tho. best possible plaoa
In which to demonstrate this. These but
tons are being sent to the women through
the state suffrage organisation, with
which most of .them are still affiliated.
Several million have been turned out. It
Is said, for this novel demonstration.
Initiative petitions, which will begin
the coming prohibition campaign,. will be
distributed at an all-day meeting of the
Frances Willard Women's Christian Tem
perance union, which will be held on
Wednesday at the home of the president,
Mrs. C. J. Roberts. The morning- session
will open at 11 o'clock and will be foN
lowed by a luncheon given by members
of the executive committee. The affair
la a social meeting arranged for the new
members. Mrs. Roberts lives at 193
South Fifty-third street, which place Is
reached by the new West Center exten
sion. Oeorge A. Custer Women's Relief corps
Original stories will be told by members
will hold Its regular meeting Tuesday
afternoon at Memorial hall. '
of tho Wyche Story Tellers' league on
Thursday afternoon at the public library.
Miss Vera Du Dots Is leader of the pro
gram and will be assisted by Miss Carrie
Bouteile and Mrs. E. 'A. Holyoke. Tha
last meeting for the year will be May 27.
The last meeting of the Clio club will
be held Wednesday afternoon at tha
home of Mrs. A. N. Eaton. Mrs. 'Harriet
MauMurphy will give a talk on the early
history of Omaha and Mrs. Robert Grant
will give readings. Election of officers
will take place
The Benson Woman's club met Thurs
day at the borne of Mrs. F. B. Oliver,
for the last program of the year. Mrs.
Howe made a report of the district con
vention. Tho death of a parent of two
different club members Mrs. Oeorge Ire
dale and Mrs. J. V. Stcrrett was an
nounced. After the program reports of
the convention committees were made.
Election of. officers will take place at the
next meeting. ' '
The Benson Baptist Missionary circle
held a social meeting Tuesday evening
at the home of Mrs. C. II. Burrlll. The
regular meeting of the circle will be
will aerv m $pmeial
DINNER ON SUNDAY
Uttttr.M. at to If. M.
AT $1.00 PER PLATE
The leading ftrat-elass
of Han frram-tsco which h
raised its rate.
Huonis from fl 10 per day up.
Direct car tins to Exposition.
bend for booklet and
chart showtnc prices of
held next Thurstl.-iy
hoi.u ,.i .Mrs.
I V. S. taranl ' Woman's Help f ,-orps will
entortsln the tkwrge A. Ciook nnd Cuh
, ter Woman's Belief corps n-nl vhc "iraml
jArmy of tho Hepuhllc posts T'lcsdnv eve-
nlng In honor of the department presi
dent. Mrs. Addtw K. Il'.mgh. nie nffalr
will be given at the home of Mrs. II. O.
Swessy, Noith Twcntv-reurth street.
The Dundee clrie of th Ch.M Conser
vation league will have It Inst "neetlnir
for the season Monday nflcrnoon at tho
home of Mis. Maynard Bwnits. 4KVi loOg-
las street. Roll rail will be answered by
current events. Officers for the coming
year will be elected, after which a socinl
hour will be enjoyed. -
Mrs. C. J. Roberts -will give a trave
logue on England' at the home of Mrs.
W. p. Howard Friday' evening. This Is
especially Interesting to members of tho
Tennyson circle, but everyone who cares
to come Is Invited. There will be a small
admission fee, which will be turned over
to the Frances Wlllsrd Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union, of which Mrs.
Roberts Is president.
The Tennyson rbapte of the. Clmutau
qua Literary circle will. meet Monday, at
the home of Mrs. W. C. I-yle. iM l'ark
avenue. A 12 o'clock luncheon will bo
followed by' a social program and the
regular weekly, lesson. , The program will
Include a recitation by Mrs. R. E. Sun
derland, reading by Mrs. E. Benedict,
recitation In Esperanto by Mrs. W. R.
Howard, dialect recitation by Mrs. F. N.
1508-10 HOWARD STREET
v' . ; -iTi " -P ff S7
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A comfortable restaurant, where you
can hae a seat at a table In an attract
ive dining room, or at the convenient
lunch counter, enjoy the finest euisine
it la possible for experienced thefw till
waiters to accomplish, and yetr be se
cure in your knowledge that you will
not be overcharged, has at last been
opened in Omaha. Jt is CJanson's cafe
at 1608-10 1 IV) ward street.
II. G. Ganson, formerly assistant gen
eral superintendent 'of the dining car
serrlce of the entire western system of
the Canadian 1'aclfic railroad, Is the man
who has opened this ' new, ilJKtincllve
cafe. He has employed a most compet
ent staff to superintend the wotkingi
of the cafe, with always himself pres
ent to be sure that all food srrvel Is
the very hetil and tu be equally sura that
each patron will be accorded a service
mldoin paralleled except. In much more
expensive places, ills Ilea Is to serve
- Eunice Ihskias
Wray, rending by Mrs. 11. N. Cnilg and
i a duet by Mrsdnine. Jessie I odiHr and
! W. U Howard.
' Miv. M. 1. Cameron, state cbulimnn of
civil service reform, and Mrs. K. It. J
j Kdholm. government agent for the
j children's .bureau In the blrih reglstrs -i
lln department, both of the Omahn
! iVoinan's club, are on the program for
! the first district meeting oT the Nebraska
rN-dc-.Mlion of Woman's dub's, Which will
be held lit ltethaby Tuesday snd Wed-
One of the. notable Katheiiugs at the
Fan Frmclsco exposition will 'he the
eleventh annual conference of the Na
tional Child lbor committee to be held
there the Inst three days of May.1 The
spetiiil topics' to be considered are"Chlld
l.abor In the .West," "Federal Control of
Child I,bor" and "A Charter, for Child
hood." and ' the spenlters wilt ' Include
Mrs. Florence Kelley, . lr. Felix Adlcr,
Owen It. Irfivcjoy and orhcrs 'who have
been active In the national convention for
several years, .together, with . a group, of
Caltfornluns distinguished for their. In
terest In labor problems and education.
The nitttnnal child labor committee re
cently sponsored a child labor exhibit In
th court' house for one week. Omaha
elub Wiinien :slsted In tha arrange
ments ' . . 1
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Miss Marie Uordoh ' entertains)' the last
meetint; of the Clio' Ptudy club' this after
noon at her home. Tagore's ''Postofflrw"
will le discussed. Mis Pauline . Hosen
bcitf 'will til -the. story .and -give-an in
terpretation of the play; Miss Ada (Jllln-
at"popular prices, all good' things In
An Innovation In modern cafe manage- i
ment has been introduced to'Omulia by
Mr. tliimun. In addition tu the restaur
rant and lunch room, he has as a part o' I
his 'establishment, a ' handsomely deco-1
rated hall room, a private banquet room, i
also a auiper r'vm and a Hinoking
lounge on the second floor. This entire
floor is devoted to these club rooms.
The ball room Is lifixfiO feel, newly laid
In hard manle and oftena throtirh a wide
arch to the lounge, which Is fitted with )
comfortable chairs, rockers and settees I
and conveniences for smokers. The I
upper room accommodates forty guests 1
and the banquet room fifty guests.
It huh his knoHledKe of catering and j
his ever-prevent Idea to j -rev Ids the
public with home and club comforts that!
prompted Mr. !unHun to fit the upper
story of his building In the above man-'
Dine A La Carte
The Popular, Economical and Correct Way
Special Week Day Luncheon for Business Men.
(Half Portion Menu)
11:30 A. M. to 2:30 P. M.
The Henshaw Hotel
.1 i -J
Hotel Gr is wold
The moRt modern and homollkfl hostelry
, la Uolrolt, Located In the) center of the shop
ping district and within short walking distance
of all the theaters.. Come where YOU will be
properly taken care of at
. fl.RO and tip. Kuroran.
That his Idea 'was a happy one
riulckly manifested by the rmddltv
wlilch Omaha accepted the Umova
Nunierous baniuetw, dunrlng an I
purlieu have been held ul Uanaon'
and the card and banquet rooms are in
daily doitiuiid. some reservaUoiiH being
made weeks In udvance. The facllltlei
for such purlieu are ' Idcul and proving
Charles Keller is Mr. Sanson's chef
Mr. Keller comes from the Jefferson
at Kanmui City, and is considered to be
one of the must expert chefs In thi
centro! west. A. C. Snider la the pastry
cook. I'nder the personal supervlHlon
and direction of Mr. Cannon these, ex
perts are specializing in steaks, sea
foods and all seasonublo Items, and Mr.
Kniiler supplies pastries thut are liko
the kind mother used to make.
Mr. Hanson considers good pastry a
most essential factor, and ul his place
you may be sure your pastries will leave
only plcasuut memories.
Uood coffee a another of Mr.. San
son's hohbh'S. and that serve! here
certainly does credit to a discriminating
program In the city; dancing
VOU wlU have MY personal
OMAHA'S NEW AND FINEST POP
ULAR PRICED CAFE FOR MEN
AND WOMEN. MUSIC EVERY
NOON, NIGHT AND SUNDAY.
"I have been t-Hterlng to the public
tastes fur years," says Mr. Ganson.
"und I feel that I know something of
what Is wanted, f know that business
men like to have a certuin place to
eat where they know they will be served
in the rltfht manner und will receive the
right sort of treatment. I believe t
can plea.se the most discriminating man
or woman ir I am given an opportunity
to do so. I aim to create an atmos
phere of home in this place of business
one where everboi!y will feel perfectly
comfortable, and I believe our restau
rant will lecinic (he most popular In
Omaha. At leaxt 1 am bonding all pos
sible efforts to that end." The cafe Is
open from a. ni. until midnight and
prepared to cure for evening parties of
ull kinds. A 3fe lunch Is served daJIy
from 11 to 2 p. in., and a 50c dinner
from 5 to 8 p. m., whl'e on Sunday Is
served u special 75c Table d'llotu dinner
from 1J to K p. m., which Is hard to
beat at any price. Good music adds its
attraction to the many other pleasant
features of this new cafe, wliiiit, taken
as a whole, is an asset Oiualri should
be proud of lw
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