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Doing in the World
LEADER OF TIIE STORY TELLERS' PRESIDENT ASSOCIATION OF COL
SECTION, A. C. A. LEGE ALUMNAE.
NEW REGENT OMAHA CHAPTER,
D. A. R.
. , C'lab Calendar.
SCNPAT Veper nervleee. Youn Wo
men's Christian iciatlon. 4:.T p. m.
JIONDAT-Munlo section. Aasccla.tion of
wlegla.t Alumnae. evening musirair,
Mr. H. C. Woodland, hu(te. Tenny
son chapter, Chautauqua Literary cir
cle, Mrs. W. B. Howard, hostess.
Tt'lpSIAY "Donation I'ar," Old F"eo
W RDNE8DAT Mothers' Culture, etuh,
Mra. A. O. Flnkerton, hoate. nnr
Park Mothers' rlreie, erhool amlttor
lum. Frances WlllaM Women's Chrls
tlsn Temperenar union. Mrs. J. A. Pai
red, hostess 2 p. m. Omaha Women's
Christian Temperance union. Younif
Men's Christian aanoclatton, !:N p. m.
THURSDAV-Wycha eitory Tellers'
lenne, public uurarv, 4.14 p. m. Kinni.-t
Hosgland Flower Mission. Renson MIs
xlonary circle, Mrs. J, V. S'tarrott,
FIlltAV West Omaha Mothers' Culture
c:lih. Sirs. I. C Hutchinson, hostess,
nerms Park Mothers' club, Mrs. A. F.
Hawklnson, hostess. Ladles' Aid so-t-lty,
First Presbyterian church, social.
.-'ATI HlAV tpe..nlnK Summt-r linl
(Notices for this column should be.
mailed or telephoned to the club reporter
before Friday noon.)
ISB KATK M IIUGH, president
dent of the Drama league, and
Miss Jeanncttc McDonald,
chairman of the educational
committee, plan to make the
Drama league a live organ
ization next winter. Classes for the study
of -the drama will be formed In the league
and an effort will be made to bring the
brat plays to Omaha. An effort win
made to secure Prof. Clarke at the Uni
versity of Chicago to come for a lecture
shortly, but word has been received that
ho cannot come until next fall.
The. activities of the league this sum
mer will be, devoted to acquiring a mem
bership list of 500, which will entitle the
igue to at least three good plays dur
ing the sene'jn, and to forming plans for
nn Interesting p.i sram of work next fsll.
Mrr. II. H. t):;Mr!s;c, treasurer of the
Drama league, is receiving subscriptions
.'o- mcmberslii: at $1, which will entitle.
each member to hear every lecture given
under the Drama league auspices.
isW f v I II
S VA 1
The Wyche Ptory Tellers' league will
hold Its last meeting of the current
t i-lub year Thursday afternoon at the pub
lic library. Flvc-mlnutc stories will bo
told by ctic.i member and election of of
ficers wi'I occupy the biiHlncfs session
TliO i.iual.: Be. lion of the Association
if Collcgiute Alumnae will give a muni
i-alo at the home of Mrs. Herbert C
Woodland, Monday evening. Mrs. Frank
Warren Johnson will be leader of tlio
program, those taking part. Including
Miss Avis Roberts, Miss Alice Fry. Miss
JClUabelh Fry, Mrs. Le Roy Bavell. Mrs.
llarland Lester Mosaman, Mrs. Roy
Docherty, Miss Irma Jones, Miss Hen
drlclusdn and Mrs. Woodland.
Tha last meeting for this season of the
Tennyson chapter of' the Chautauqua
Literary Circle will bo held Monday at
tlo home of Mrs. W. B. Howard, 4723
Capitol avenue. Mrs. W. E. Rhoades,
: Mrs. R. E. Sunderland. Mrs. A. B. Mack,
Irs. W. B. Howard and Mrs. T. P. Put
nam will give the program. Meedamea
p. . Cole. Frank HaUer, O. B. Flsker.
'J. F. Ferguson, Martin Oberst, Helen
jMortpn and A. U Oreen will be gmeata
of the chapter. - -
for next year, the American yr. the
' following books have been selected for
study: "Social ana Eicononuu "
American History," by Albert Bushman.
, Hart: "Changing America," by Edward
: Ross; "American Ideals In Character and
living." by Hamilton Wright MaMe. and
"The. Ways of the Planet," by Marth
A program on "Drama" will be given
by the Mothers' Culture club Wednesday
afternoon, when Mrs. A. a. Plnkerton
,wlll entertain the members at her home,
. 410 Lafayette avenue. She will be as
sisted by Mrs. C. a 8adler. Mrs. R. W.
Koch read a paper on "Morality and
Miracle Flaya" and Mrs. T. U Combs
! on "The Modern Drama." Mra W. H.
Indoe will Blve a reading. "The Five
Clreat Dramas." Current topics will be In
charge of Mrs. W. H. Head and roll call
response will oe nanw vi aw
dramas, led by Mrs. C J. Dutton.
The last meeUng of the SouU Side
MoUiers club will be a picnic at River
view park the first Saturday In June.
At the last meeting Mra W. A. Vlckery
was re-eiected president of the club,
Sirs. Elmer K. Jones Is vice president;
Mrs. L. V. Stout, secretary, and Mra
E. Holovtchinor. treasurer. Mrs. George
Sladlsoa U the press reporter.
. The Bcmls l ark Mothers' club will
meet Friday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. A. F. Hawklnson. S415 Lafayette
avenue. Election of officers will be held.
At the last meeting of the club Mrs.
Pw-ker-Corneil. a prominent fcuffraglst
of Boston and a charter member of the
Mothers' congress, who was visiting Mrs.
H. J. Holmes, was the speaker. Mra
Peciier-Ccrnell la a student of child wel
fare and was instructor of biology hi an
eastern bchool for many years, the was
enroute east from a suffrage speaking
tour in the Dakota.
The Miller Park Mothers' club will
hold a business meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the school auditorium to
plan a series of picnics for the summer.
For next year this circle bas planned
an entirely different program than that
of the usual speakers and papers. There
wilt be a series of excursions to local
manufacturing plants and the business
districts alternated by kenalngtons. at
width informal discussions on Informa
tion gleaned from these trips will bo
held. The art exhibit given by this club
at the school auditorium last week netted
about M. The funds were used for the
purchase of pictures for the school and
for a new curtain for the auditorium
The final meeting of the West Omaha
Mothers Culture club for the jear will
be held Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. I C. Hutchinson, 4036 Nicholas
street. Tliere will be a review of the
year's work, conducted by the president,
Mrs. J. A. Hamilton, and for tliu ro'l
response each member will tell which
phase of the work appealed most to her.
Election of officers will take place.
The Benson Missionary circle will meet
at the home of Mra J. V. Starrett Thurs
day aftenoon. The first progam on a
new division of studies will be given.
Tha BciiHon Woman's club met Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. K.
R Parker, vhen the annual ejection of
officer took plane. Mra tO. S. Crooks
was elecri-d prnd. nt: Mrs. J. W. Welt n,
vle president; Mrs. J V. fciarrett,
retary; .Mis. Athur Hist, treasurer. In
tuo wcekK tile tiittt meeting of the year
will be held, when the work for the com
ing year will bo decided upon, and t ni
ne w officers will be Installed.
About thirty memlwrs of the Benson
Wonn n Christian Trmnerunte union
and Mothers' club went In n body to
Council Lluif: Friday to hold a Joint
meeting ut the home of .Mrs. U. S. !as
loy. The l,ii. son I nififii Missionary fcooicty
conducted the venlna sei-vlces nt the
Methodibt chun h last Sunday. Mrs. Bris
tol nnd Mrs. t.ravttt of Omnha made
fpecclies and ppeolnl :iuisia was given.
The Frances Willard Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. A. Dalsell, 2719 Davenport street,
Mrs. Albeit X. Katon will have charge
of the prosxain on "Temperance and
Friday evening the Ladies' Aid society
of the First Presbytrriun church gives
the last social affair ever to be hold In
the old building at Seventeenth and
Dodge. Short reminiscent talks will be
given by several of the church members
and refreshments will be served. The
last services will he held In the church
The Omaha Woman's Christian Tem
perance union will hold its monthly
business meeting at the Young Men's
Christian association Wednesday after
noon. Miss Blanche Van Kuran will be
in charge of the meeting.
V. W. C. A. 'oes.
f'1 emPhl 1 being laid upon the
summer conference at Lake Geneva Just
n"w and at the regular vesper service
today there are to be talks on Late
Oeneva by Miss Ifattle Plckard, Mrs. O.
J. Millits Miss Cecile Lyon and Miss
h Inra MAifha Oini.n. i.
J?!, w n at th w.aJ hour. Mian
Thl Km m rAAtr a
fiaV tA1ntI 4Ua U ....... U. n 1 .1 . a '.
- ' ""' iiuunriiuiu BI I Bind J1IP-
aay, the rymnanium department dates.
In rha hAiihAi,i .a. .
a. W. Bowman la to give the Rraduattn
talk and there will be Hperfal mimit!.
EJlirht in aVr-saliiatsB anH K ArAMt-..-
are to be at 8 o'clock.
AthlnftA Aav Im T1..-., ...I -
will be made. The awarding of the letters
and degrees will be preceded by a musi
cals program and afterwards will be an
' I 'hi m PLw.. Mli.t. . . . , .
gives two plays Saturday afternoon In
Jtl?. auditorium. "The Elf Child" and
"The Goose Girl and the Goblin." The
proceeds will be used to send a delegate
to -the lAke Geneva conference. Admis
sion is 10 cents.
Rnmttw... inn e.v, c..... ,
the Athletic chul Is to take possession
w, .oiw ubjb ut:r iiko ration aay. Alter
that the farm is open to all who care to
Bn Arr.nir.nunl. n.na. K ... . . 1 . . i.
association office before going.
The date for the Dramatic club play has
been changed from May 27 to June L
NEW PRESIDENT OF THE BENSON
! a V V
OUTDOOR SEASON ARRIVES
(Continued from Page Two.)
bride Is a graduate of the Omaha High
school, class 1912. and later attended St,
m ary-or-ne- woods.
The groom la in his third v -, ,.
Creighton College of Law.
To Honor June Bride.
A number of social events have
planned for Miss Mauri ne F. Lehnhof.
whose marriage to Mr. EL Lvni un.
gore takes place Wednesdav. June n
Saturday afternoon Miss Mary Chase and
aiiss uomie vawter entertained for Miss
Lehnhoff and Miss Henrietta Prlnty. an
other June bride. Mrs. H. G. Powell en
tertains at a dinner party for Miss Lehn-
norr and Mr, Kllgore on Thursday even
ing. Mrs. R, A. Dodge ertertalna tnr th
bridesmaids aUending Miss Lehnhoff and
auss t-nniy ana next Saturday afternoon,
Miss Madeline Metx. one, of th hi-M.
malds at the Kilgore-Lehnhoff wedding.
entertains for Miss Lehnhoff. The fol
lowing Monday the Mleses FlodoII Hlir-
glns. Pearl Higglns and Maude Pierce
entertain at a bungalow kitchen apron
shower for Mis Lchnhofr at the home
of the Misses Higglns.
Surprise Party for Bride.
The members of the house entertain
ment committee of the Omaha Woman's
club gave a surprise party and altchen
shower In honor of Miss Adeline Specht,
at her home Friday. The afternoon was
sient in games and the guests present
A. F. Kpecht, T. L. Ward.
- h rant!, w- Bleney,
C. H. Townsend, F. J. Burnett,
11- Tracy, Isaac Douglas,
8 S. McLaf ferty, Jerome Ulle,
JL Mac Murphy, C. A. Orysellus.
C. IL Hick.
Adeline Specht. Eaith Ward.
Affairs for Bridal Couple.
Miss Elizabeth Pickens and Mr. Ken
neth Paterson will be honor guests at a
number of affairs preceding their wed
ding. Saturday they will be guests of
honor with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gallagher
at the dinner to be given by Mrs. Ben
Gallagher at the opening of the Country
club. On Wednesday, June I, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Peters will give a dinner at
the Country club, and on Friday evening,
June 4, Mr. Ware Hall will entertain for
thera at dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pierson announce
the erujug'iucut of their daughter, Jessie
M. Pltrwon, to Arthur R. Mitchell of this
city. Mian Pierson is a teacher In tho
Benson city schools. The wedding will
take place Juno 1.
A son, Robert Scott, was born to Mr,
and Mrs. E. E. Herhert.
A son, Theodore E., was born In Los
Angeles to Mr. and Mrs. William Green.
Mrs. Green was formerly Miss Lillian
A son was htm to Sir. and Mrs. Fred
erick Wing of Chicago at the home of
Mrs. Wlr.g's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
Moorheao In this city.
A daughter, Dorothy Eleanor, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shinn in Sioux
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Scott returned Mon
day from to weeks in Atlantic City.
Mr. F. W. Judson arrived some Satur
day from a business trip to Fait t.ak
Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Barker has re
turned from a stay on the Patrick ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Men lain returned
Monday from Colfax Springs, where they
spent two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs G. P. Moorhead arrived
home from California Saturday, where
they hp nt the winter.
Mr.i and Mrs. J. Motrin nnd son Jo
seph, are the guests of Rabbi and Mra
Max J. Merritt In Evansvllle, Ind
Mrs. Margaret Rrown leaves this even
ing for Little Rock, Ark., and the Cali
fornia expositions for a stay of flvo
Mrs. R. E. Peters has returned from
Memphis. Tenn., where she visited hi
daughter, Mrs. William Relcher, and Mr.
Mra J. W. McClymomls, who whs the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. II, Ie
France, for several weeks, returned
Thursday to her home In Los Angeles.
Mrs. A. K. Gault Is spending tho week
end with Mr. Gault at tbo Paxton hotel.
Mrs. Gault attended the state meeting
of the Episcopal ehurrh at Lincoln last
Mrs. Charies M. Bundel, who hus been
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Valenlne, at the New Hamilton, has
Joined her husband, Captain Bundel, In
El Paso,- Tex. '
Mr. Joseph Harden, accompanied by
his niece, Mrs. John Madden, left last
evening for Hxcelnior Springs, where
they will Join Mr. Joint Madden and spend
the omlng week.
Mrs Fred MV-ts and Mrs. Charles Metx,
wllth their daughters. Miss Harriet and
Miss Gertrude, and Mrs. John A. Kuhn
and MIks Marlon Kuhn, left Wednesday
for the Mots ranch at Cody, Xeb.
Mr. and Mra W. A. C. Johnson arrived
homo Monday, the latter from two weeks
In New York, Mr. Johnson meeting her
I in Chicago. Ms McCormlrk, who was
I with Mr. Johnson, renvilned In Chicago
f.-r tN week.
Mr. F A. Urocnn returned Tuesday
from Kmporln. Kan., where he went for
the funeral of his mother-in-law, Mrs.
' Perlev. Mr". Trojan is expected home
I today fr. m Kn. perls, where she has hern
for two weeks
j Mr?. .Mih M. l!aldrir.o leaves next
j Friday for the etM to spend the summer
;at her iHlhors plure. "Clirfmd liOdge,"
. nt Rockland Mo., whore her children now
1 In school in the east will be with her.
1 Mr. lisl.lrlRe will J in her there later.
Mr. 1.COI1 Mitchell and Mr r-k.,1,..
j Rtisenfleltl of R.ick Island arrived yes
terday to attend the dinncr-dnnce given
last evening at the Country elnh by Mls.i
Petern and Miss Daphne Peters for Miss
Pickens nun Mr. Petersen. Mr. Mitchell
and Mr. Rosentield will be at the Fonto
nelle over Snndsy.
Mr. ani Mrs. V.. . lioe sie mo ins
to tl-t.ii- (-ejinoiir cottage for the summer.
Mr. and Mra Many Tulcey and family
have moved Intti theli new home In
Mr. and Mrs. T. !'. Hvan hive re
turned to Omaha and are located at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Geoige moved Nnlo
their new home at :M3 North Fifty-third
Mrs. J. Do Forest Richards Is vUitliis.
in Indianapolis'. She was nt -companle.l
ns far as Chicago by Mr. Richards.
MY, .lames llerr nnd daughter, Jane,
liavo returned from two months' visit
In the east, end together with Mr. Hon
have orene' their Seymour home.
Miss Laura White, who has been visit
ing Miss Anna Purdy for the I ant week,
and attending Gata day exercises at the
Fnlverslty of Omaha, returned to her
home In Battle Creek, la., Thursday.
Mrs. C. K. Martin, who has been the
guest of her son. Mr. William E. Martin,
and Mrs. Martin for two weeks, returns
today to Chicago and later goes to
Harbor Tolnt, Mich., for the summer
with her daughter, Mrs. Burton Hanson,
Mr. Harry tVNell hus sold his Nrbrnsk.t
ranch and gives possession next spring,
when he contemplates returning to
Omaha. Mr. O'Xell has been living on
his ranch for the last seven years, an 1
during that time he hits entertained many
of his Omaha friends there.
iiitit if to
"Crochet Craze" means
Miss Ellen Stewart, '
Clarkson Nurse, is
Not Going to War
Miss Ellen Stewart, superintendent of
Clarkson hospital, will not take up Red
Cross work in the war xone, as was an
nounced early In the week. Miss Stewart
returned at noon from Chicago, where
she went Wednesday to confer with Dr.
Murphy and Dr. Neff, who appointed her
to head a unit of nurses and hospital sup
plies which are to leave July 1 for the
center of war.
Miss Stewart will make no statement,
other than that she Is not going to un
dertake the work. She will retain her
position at Clarkson hospital.
GRAND MASTER OF A. 0. U. W.
TO BE IN0MAHA JUNE 2
Frank A. Anderson, newly elected
grand master of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen, will come to Omaha
June 2 and wUl spend the following week
visiting Omaha lodges. He will be the
guest of North Omaha lodge. No. 159.
lla. interfiim ami
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lill hesry cmt bet. Art.
or Art. 0 Peile. Ursrl
tlouHnlr Hnt tuittv
bootees. Art. S10 satin
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rm alltrh Initials
Art. 7V Mmillnr. cul-
on. white, skein.
French knot, heavy
illtdSla, Art St I'rrle,
colors, white, skeins.
Initial. Art. 78aFloch.
Rvelets and Mono-
erami. Art. SOS Brettcr
tipecial, white, skeins.
Padding ami solid
embroidery. Art. 7i5
Jesnnette, white, balls.
.Shallow work. Art.
7V Floche. white.
Towels. Pillow rase.
Art. Ui, ivory White.
skrlna or Art H2.
Art. 841. India or Art
S4J. Hope, hnMrra
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Use Article 804 Klostersilk Perle 1
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sizes 3 and 5 in colors, for edgings for
towels, curtains, bureau, table and side'
board scarfs and piano covers. This
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blue, linen, ecru, pink, lavender and other
For tatting wvl fine crochet nothing
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Md hi White Mat Coin
I 10 40 30 M 70
t ! CO MrMBWe ReJ
10 00 D.k-tBbM Telfew
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Keep this advertisement take the
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Bee Want Ads Produce Resulta
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THE JITN ac- V WATCH
Our Jitney Watch Sale as advertised in last Sunday's
papers is a success.
Vie will continue to sell a genuine Elgin Watch, lady's or gentle
man's, in a gold rilled rase, guaranteed for 20 years, on the Jitney
plan, for 110.50. You pay 5c down and 5e additional each week (or
20 weeks, then the watch Is yours. All good watches fully guaran
teed. The plan is as follows. You pay
First week 5c Kighth week .
Herond week ...lOc Ninth week
Third week ....15c Tenth week ..
Fourth week . . .2(c Kleventh week
Fifth week SMc Twelfth week
hum wees; ue thirteenth week.ftAo Twentieth week l.00
He tenth week . .;ttc Fourteenth week "Oc Payment,
You tan begin at either end of this lino of figures and pay what
ever amount you feel able to tpare each week but we will reqnlro
at leas' one payment each week unlil the lant payment Is made.
Save your nlckl and buy a watch. Every man, woman and child
can afford a watch on the Jitney plan.
Omaha's Oldest !talli.heI Jeweler. KUtcentli mid Harney Ms.
,40c Fifteenth week ..7.c
.45o fcixteenith week . .80c
, .50c Seventeenth week.85o
.55c KlKhteenth week..0Oo
.Oc Nineteenth week. .05c
Last Chance This Season for
You to Have a Skirt Made for
rr; . -i
The Divine Sarah had a farewell tour sometime ago but we predict another aud, notwithstanding her mutilation,
we believe the people will crowd to pcc ua usual. She is unique lias no competitor and always gives value received.
There are some points of similarity between Sarah's farewell tours and our skirt sales. We had intended to have no
more sales this season. "We had crowded the tailor, deluged him indeed with orders, so that he cried peccavi and
begged for time. Scores of women have begged us for another sale. As the decks are all cleared, the last skirt out
of the way we have yielded to solicitation, and for one week
Commencing May 24th Monday TjT"1 "j
-Edin? May 29.h-Saturday- $1.00 JtLaCll
: Skirts will be Made to Measure for
Must fit or you won't get. First to order, first to get and we warn you to get your orders in early if you want
quick delivery. This business is with us unique we stand absolutely alone. Hundreds upon hundreds of customers,'
who come again and again, testify to the ppV'ndid satisfaction given. MR. IMITATOR, TRY YOUR HAND AT THIS!
We are obliged to you for the compliments which you pay us in your attempts at competing.
- THOMAS KILPATRICK & CO.
The Miserable Trouble Abroad
Has played havoc with planning and rained Ned with merchandising. Avuy last
fall we mude a contract for a large quantity of real kid gloves to be shipped to
us January 1st. The new year opened up, days, weeks and months passed, and
our order remained unfilled. Wo had given up hopo and so had the importer,
when, lo and behold, past floating mines, torpedoes and submarines, there
steamed safely into port a steamer having on board our purchase.
Monday we try an experiment. There are all told about
75 Dozen Pairs in Two Kinds
A Pique Glove with two clasps, the wanted French stitching, elegant qual
ity, similar to our best $2.00 glove. A new short Mousquetaire glove about 8
button length, the nobbiest thing of the season, would have caused a furore at
Easter, if we had had them. These in black and white; both are made from the
softest, smoothest selected skins. This glove should bo $2.25 pair.
We had on hand a liberal stock J -x
before these arrived. OnMon- j fijE Per Pair
day we will offer the 2 lota at JT
For Graduation, for Dress, for Weddings For any occasion where you
want to be correctly gloved this is your chance.
Sale Starts 8:30 A. M. Ends 6 P. M. Monday
Telephone orders accepted up to noon. Not more than 6 pairs to a singio
Isn't it funny we are all willing to
pay an extravagant price for a ten
der beefsteak have to pay at any
rate whether willing or not but
when it comes to Taffeta we want it
tough, and the tougher the better.
We hnve about 4Pi) yards of Ten
der Taffeta, qualities which sold
from 50c to 75c. Will sell them at
your risk Monday at 8:30 for
10c Per Yard
Once before we had a simi
lar sale. Women bough V freely
and used the silks for facings,
loos,e lining, etc., where strain was
not great, and the silks are still in
use. None can be exchanged.
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