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Hlhi OMAHA SU.NJJAY HKL: MAY 9, 1915.
dclsaohn. Whitney, Neruda. Chativet nd
WEDDINGS INTEREST SOCIETY
Kim Pickeni Announce Her Wed
din; Attendant! Card for
Mist Stewart's Wedding.
BRIDGE PARTY FOR CRECHE
(Continued from rre Two )
day arenlnc. Pqiiarr dunces a -U as
other aid time dancei will be a feature
ef tli ermine:. Mrs. T. A. OolrtVn, Mm.
A. Wmpf and Mrs. Mot' rlf have charge
Of Ihf frrni"mfnt
. McKinir lodge of the B'nal B'rith will
m." h .1 ini Iiik m t lit ih ll'itnl Cuttle
An rngiucement of Interest to Omahuii
aa rll n the iirmv net In that of Miss
M.,trl Clark and Qienn Terrlne Wllhelm.
1 eiitennnt of the FVirth Infiintry, now
Ktnttnned at Ualvcston. Miss Clark I
the daughter of A. B. Clark of Wayne,
Neh.. and la a sister of Mrs. K. P. nilr
of thin city.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Bmlth an
r. ounce the engagement of their diis,l
ter. Jennie Hernlce, and Patrick J. Doran.
The weddlns; will be celebrated the early
rrt of June.
Mr. and Mra. J. Anthony Johnson an
nounce the ensafrement of their sister.
MIm Ulllan Johnson, to Mr. Ford B. 11a
worth. The wedding will take place the
latter part of June.
Mr. and Mra. C. O. Falk were honor
aruest at a surprise tarty Riven at their
home on Benson Friday evening. In
celebration of Mr. Fuik's blrthdnv. The
iusts preaent were:
Messrs. and Mesdamre
:. W. Anderson. V. O. Falk.
J. X.nkelann, Mrs. O. Hartman,
Misses ' Mlanaa '
Pel ma Helqiilnt. IllUlur Hartman,
rr. C. I F. Bwanaon,
Mr. Oscar Helqulst. ...
The W. D. K. rlub will entertain at
luncheon Monday noon at the Hotel Fon
tenelle, followed by a theater party at
the Orpheum. Cover will be placed
"Walter Meyer, Primer,
Vlovd Jl'gh, K. D. Allen,
M. More II, I. Dolphin,
Frank Daugherty, Frank H. Bpellman.
O-Atka Club Entertained. -
The O-Atka club , ati entertained
Thuraday evening at the home of Mla
Tluldah Klllson. Ldlaca were used for
decoration. Thoae preaent were? 1
KfA.aAi.liii i . dnieaiyi Mix
f 'nrrle Hanaon
For Mrs. Gunther.
The Omaha Woman' Whlat club will
alva Junchcon Friday at the Fontenelle
In honor of Mra. F. W. Gunther. Mra.
Ounther carried off the honrr at the
annual t"''"n' of tha Woman' Whlat
league, which waa held, In Boston last
Mr. Milton Dodda. brother of Mr. J. J.
Dodda. ,nnil Mlaa Veata Carncreaa of
Wlnoiui, Minn., were marlad Tuesday at
Winona Mr., and Mra- Dodda apent
Weflnerday In Omaha, en rout to Cali
fornia for their wed dine; tour. Mr. and
Mra. J. J. Dodda entertained them at a.
Pns for Creche Party.
Th annual brldre party for tha benefit
of the Creche will be given at tha Fon
tenelle thl year Instead of the Country
club, the cuitomary place. Final plan for
the affair were made Wedneaday morning"
at the meeting of tha board of directors,
which waa held at the home f Mra.
Thomae Kimball. Mra. John A. McShana,
aaalated by Mra. J. R. Sooble, will have
charge of tha arrangement of tha cam.
Meadamea Lowls Kaah, Lou la Clarke, A.
C. Bmlth and Arthur Roger form tha
ticket commute. i
On a longr Tom, . .
' Mra. W. 8, Doty, who baa bean touring"
the aouth the laat five month, ha bean
visiting her slater, Mr. A. C. Chaa on
Wirt street, and la now quartered at the
Fontenelle. From hera Mr.' Doty will
vlait both California expoaltton and will
apend aoma time In Va Angele before
returning to her horn In Bouth Dakota
whera aha baa extenslva property Inter
Birthday Sarpriie Party.
A birthday aurprlae party waa -given
in honor of Mr. L. A. Klget Wedneaday
evening. Ha u presented a beautiful
bouquet of roaei. Mra A. Ineder gava
nrveral piano aelectlon and luncheon wal
served. Those preaent wt re :
Meaara. and Meadamea
Ky HI'.HIKTTt M. ItKK.
Hf)Sn of us who are Interested
in garden are again face to
face with the weed problem.
Weed: Thorn hardy little
plants which have no especial '
use nor beauty, which grow so
'WILL GIVE READING FOR UNI
rapidly and crowd out the more desirable
graaws and Power, or the more uaeful
vegetables. Even eome planta which are
rlaeaed a flowera In the small garden,
are called weeds aa soon as they begin .
to grow In the larger field.
Folks Interested in music might find
here a close analogy, for n .the world
of mnalo there are weeda of many kinds
aa well. Juat as the little ihlckweed
takes of the llfeglvlng vltallt of tha
earth, and gains nothing in sweetness nor
beauty to show for It. so many a student
will take Innumerable lessons and drain
much of the enthusiasm and energy of
a worthy teacher with the same rewiilt.
Aa the gaudy dandelion, with Ita showy
flower and too ornamental leaf, obtrudes
Itself everywhere, and propuatea its
rapidly formed seed In all directions, so
many an amateur and alas some pro
fessional bold with a little kaowledge,
rush madly in where angels fear to tread
and scatter their shallow Jdeas broad j
cast, doing harm thereby. 1
Ifnw mftnv are (hura nut In tha larvee
musical fields, who If they were only In
some other line, would tie showing up to
much better advantage, blooming In soma
smaller garden where they would be
cherished a a flower and not uprooted?
Then there Is the "rag" weed In the
field of composition, which crowds out
many lovelier numbers from tha more
familiar literature, of music, and the
dreadful burrs of some of the ultra mod
ern music which prick so painfully with
their sharp discords, There are weed
which will grow up In one' musical work
aa well, little undesirable habit, will
creep in. and If neglected they will not b-' charging the fault to the accompanist,
only become firmly rooted, but will A singer once tried this with Handol and
spread. For each of these ther is a I declared that If Handel didn't accoir pany
remedy. For weed In your work keep ' llm better he should Jump over ontj tha
digging away. For keeping one' self
from being a weed In tha musical field,
don't go toy seed In too early a form of
A quaint melodious minuet, "From tha
Long, Ago," by Pitts Grant, and thro
choral number! also coma from Rummy's.
"Squirrel You're a flaucy Fellow," by
George B. Nevln, Is a merry part aong,
with pleasing mualeal setting and Ita bit
of philosophy, 'The Shrine of Peace," by
Koasetter CI. Cole, Is a part aonn that
might also ba called a patriotic hymn, the
music and worda convoying dignity and
depth of feeling. "Thou Wilt Keep Him,"
by V B- Wilson, is a sacred anthem
with soprano solo, hlch I well con
trasted and grateful for church use.
harpsichord where the player sat and
"mash It." Paid Handel:
"Let ma know ven you vlll do dot. und
J vlll adverdiae Id. I am aura mora
bcoljo vlll com to ee you ahump aa
Vlll om t hear you lng."
II didn't Jump.
A group of "Hull House Pongs," have
been written Jy Hlennor Smith and re
cently published by th Sumniy company
of Chicago. The names, "The Sweat
fhop." "The Shadow Child," "The I,and
of tha Noonday Night," "Suffrage Song"
and "Prayer," give hint of their con
tents. They ara well written, and whon
well Interpreted, should make a strong
appeal to the emotions of listeners, and
be a great assistance la the Hull House
work. , ' "
Th following . anecdote ha been ra-
.Am a h .l.r whit twilna' n he
. ... ... . . .. I Maatcat .Notes.
in that other might do th atn: . , Mr. Bon Stanley are announeod on
It Is good policy for a soloist to keep Saturday afternoons, May 1ft and 22, at
n th good td of hi accompanist. A i J ' l'' , V.VZ
on th good
really flnb accompanist Is a rarity. Be-r
st! th technical skill necessary to a
Ureal of th ololt And oftentime th
aocompaniet ha to shoulder th sins qf
th singers It la an asy way to relleva
on self of th blame of a "bad break"
.'. It. Kiaer.
(' N. Hawaon,
It M. Ieema,
Jj M. Htnrbey,
V. M. Ktger.
George K. Ktger,
J. W. Dion.
f, H. Hhaarer,
R. E. Chenoweth.
K. K. Maaon,
U F. Utark.
Card Club Meeti.
The Locust Grove club met wltk, Mr.
Urt Plnkerton Thursdsy afternoon. Mrs.
Arvald w th out-of-town guest, Tlte
inises were won by Mrs. F. Palensky
nJ Mra. Fred B. Martin. The next mttet-
tng will be Yield In a fortnight at Mr.
F. t'slenaky's. Those present were!
I ret Jacobaen,
J. i 'rHiiu-r.
J. C i inr.
Fled II. Martin,
1 ,e Buuah,
li. Plnkerton. '
H'. playing a Furue by Bach. Dvorak's
"Irgo" from th "Now World Byniph-
.. .. . I . I - ... T - It
feeling and discrimination ha must at "', ,r T,' .7 .,","'"A"1V ir
i fsini. n nuu u in 1 1 a. . a iw "
the ama tlin sacrifice himself to th in. hnff will play May 21 Her program
win contain lilenel e t'oncert Fantalirla
opua 2S, "Th Vorwplel" from "Lolien
grin" by Wagner, and numbers from tha
work of Gabriel Marie, DeUII. Men-
tmniena. Tlieae recitals re absolutely
free to the public.
Mr. Guy Woodward of Chicago, where
he Is head of the violin department of
Ituoh I'onxervatory, was heard there In
recital April 3.
Alexander Porlablne. on of tha modern
chool of HusKian compriscrs, died in
Moscow, April 21.
On the evening of May 1J. at the Mt
roHlltan hall, on Harney street, the
Woman's Alliance of the I'nitarlan
church, offers very Interesting pro
gram. Mrs Othalla Karbach Power,
reader, of t'tiicago, formerly of Omaha,
will give an evening with Kipling. This
will consist of a preliminary sketch of
the "Art of Kipling's Work." followed
by number of dramstlo .interpretations
of eime of his beit poems Mrs. Power
will be ably saddled by Miss A. M. Kar
tiaoh, contralto, with several groups of
Mr. Walter Ieon, tenor, who hs been
visiting friends in Omaha for the laat
few daya, gave an Informal recital last
Tueday evening at Walter B. Graham's
studio. He l,as been singing for the lat
four vesrs In grand opera In Paris, Ixin
don, .Milan and la-rllii. Mr. Leon will
rrwke his first appearance in Omaha
early this fall under the management of
Marcus T. Nielsen.
Mlns Gertrude McCrann won the hsr
scholarship recently offered by Mips
l5rctta UcTxine. MIhs Delone plans a
series of studio recitals next Beaxen at
the Lyric Initio Ins?, where she haa a num
ber of liarpa in dally use by her pupils.
Mls Fdlth . Fllck'nger, eonrano. pt'P'l
of Miss Mary Munrhhnff, will tie the con
cert attrai tlon at the Boyd next Tuesday
evening. She will sing "Good Morning"
and "With a WstcrUly" by Orelg. and
"Berceuse from Jocelyn" by Oodaj-d.
Thursday evening, at the North Side
Christian church, the choir w'll present
the sacred cantata "Queen Father" under
the direction of Mr. Pavis. who has
charge of the choir. The five leading
parts will be sung by the following:
Father, Mas. C. A. Minium; Ahasuerus,
Mr. Walter Cadv; Human. Mr. William
Htuart: Mordecal. Mr. Charles Cook;
Korean. Mr. T. F. Wiles. Miss Jessie
Cady will preside, at tho organ and Mrs.
M. 8. Hartman nt the piano. .
On next Tuesday evening, May 11, Miss
Bvelvn Hopper will present trie following'
etudent in song recital at the Bchmoller
A Muntler auditorium, 111.1 Farnam
street. The public Is cordlallv Invited to
hear Mrs. P. C. Hyson, Mrs. K. G. Harris.
Mrs. K. J. Brown and the Misses Ger
trude nsnrnl. Fd'th Moehle. Mae Danlle
vies, Father SolomonMarguerite Jack,
Btrnlce Mltdiel. Alice Nunn, Helen
Heydon and Mildred Sorenson. .
Pupl's of Alice Davis. Cecil Berrvmnn
snd Alice Mnckenr.ln were presented In
recltsfl ftiiturdav evening, April ?4. nt
Miea Mickenxle's studio, ?. Wead build
ing, F.lghteenth .snd Farnam.
The piano recital to be riven bv Miss
Ttuth Flvn Tuesday evenln'. May 4. at
the First Christian chiirch, Twentv-slxth
and Hamev streets, has been postponed
until Thursday evening Mav S. An In
teresting program Is presented.
Frank Mach recently prentad the
following pupils In a violin recital
for the benofit of the ITanscom
Park MethoolHt Brotherhood: Misses n,
A. Bell, lna F.ltner, Helen Poesner, Isa
bello Hadmnn, Bessie R y, Clara Schnei
der. Oertruda Winding, 'Mra. Han
Goettche and Mesars. Kd. Burnsx T. T.
Craig, M. Franklin. Joe Htrman, -Al
Mlrkla, K. Oleson. 11. Prstal, .H. Peter
son. A. Rohrbough, K Stilling, U Wlrth.
Miss Verna Fowler and Mr. Howard 8te.
berg, ptij'lts of Mr. James B. Carnal, as
sisted. Miss Margarltn Scott assipted
with a recitation. The accompanists
were Mis Myrtle Koy and Miss Helen
An Informal plnno recital was given
by the pupils of Miss Ollvo Seymour at
her studio. Master Joe Harding assisted
with a violin Solo and Miss Ethel Parson
vocal soio. Those taking part were:
Margaret Pt afford,
Hey ward Leavitt,
Tl.e North Hide 1'rJgTfssive club will
Live a card party Tueaday aftarnoa at
liir i.kll. Twenty-eighth and Fouler,
Pleaiurei Past.' "
Mies Lida Block entertained at tarda
Friday evening In honor of HUl Chris
tine Kocher, Mr. William Katon and Mr.
W arren r'kala
Kensington at BensorL
Mr. T. J. McOuirt eatertaiued at a
kcHeingto and luurheoh at her home,
Jbll North FlftyHMventh avenue, Thura
Uay afurnooa. Tha guest were:
l.li d Met ilntock. Jay Trapp,
W. i. flih, Frank Moore.
J. W. Orcuit, L Trapp,
L. Roae, T. J. McUulre.
To Honor June Bride.
A miecellaneoua ahower. at which th
May baskK Idea was carried out very
pr.iuir, waa givea in nonor or him Mil- New York to - spend two weeks,
cud Koae, one of th June brldj. at Redick will be accompanied by
day evening. Mia Northrup and th
Miaae Pearl and Beulah Orenvlll en.
tertained th Farther Light society of
th Immanuet Baptist church.
Mra. E. 8. Keller ha joined Mr. Keller
In Denver, ,
A son waa born Wednesday to Mr. and
Mr. Jsaae Roger.
Mra. Joel Stewart plana to leave June
I for Northampton for th summer.
A , Henry, Jr., was born to Dr. and
Mra. Henry Larore, laat Thursday.
Mr. C. C. Oop. who haa been enjoy.
tng a visit la Washington, I now In New
. Mr. Ken yon Bkeen, mother of Mr.
John O. Telsr, la convalescent after an
attack of pneumonia.
Mr. Charle W. Hamilton, Jr., ha been
unanimously elected - captain of ' the
Fourth Infantry of th Nebraaka Na
tional Quard. - .
Mis Ion Scott return horn thl
morning from th Columbia School of
Err re salon In Chicago to spend th
summer with her mother, Mra. Z. L.
Mr. and Mr. Ernest Du Rail are lo
cated In their new horn In Minneapolis
at ftXtf James avenue south. Mr. Du
Rrlt wss formerly Mis Lillian Riley of
Captain Roy E. Harper, recently or
dered to Omaha from Chicago for duty.
Is stopping at th Fontenall. Captain
Harper was a classmate of Captain Clar
no R. Day at West Point
Mr. C. F. Hoffart of St Joseph, Mo ,
arrived In Omaha Monday, called her
by th death of har irrandmother, Mr.
George I'aut Mr. John Paul, a son, of
Chicago, also attended tha funeral and
returned last evening to Chicago.
Mr. Janiea Fair, son of Mr. Campbell
Fair, recently met with a painful acci
dent In th east while taking part In
some game with th Boy. Scout. In
whom he I much Interested. Ha waa
taken ' to Baltimore for treatment and
Mra Fair 1 with Mm. Mr. Fair re
cently passed his examinations for th
ministry and Is to be ordained soon.
In and Oat of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mra. D. L. Johnson are spend
ing th week In Chicago.
Mr. John McCarue. jr., left Sunday
to visit her parents In Chicago.
Mra William Archibald Kmilh ha re
turned from aa extended eastern trip.
Mra D. K. McCulley and children left
Thursday for a visit to Carthage, Mo,
Mr. and Mr. Rdgar 11. Scott left Sun
day for Atlantic City, to be gone aboutl
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McMahon left laat
evening for California, where they plan
to o ror aix week.
Mr. F. B. Johnson and Mr. A. L.
Mohler, who have been west ar ex
pected home th for part of tha week.
Mr. Clara Roeder and daughter, Mra
Francis Buttery, have returned from a
atay of several week m Paad Spring.
Mr. and Mr. Joaep Barker and amall
eon left Wedneaday evening for Sheridan.
Wyo.. to visit Mr. and Mra. John Patrick
on their ranch.
Mra W. A. Redick leavea today for
ti.0 Lome of Mia Grace Northrup Tnura- iiweal of Minneapolis
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