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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1915)
TIIH OMAHA SUNDAY 1JEK: SEPTEMBER- 19, 1915.
ECHOES HEARD AT
THE GAYEL'S FALL
South Omaha Woodmen of World
Initiate a Large Class Jnto the
Mysteries of the Order.
IXC RENTE CAMTS CONSOLIDATE
Rnuth Omaha ramp No. ELI. Woodmen
of the World, r&r aa entertainment last
Wednesday even Ins" at MoOann's hall.
Twenty-fourth and P streets. A largo
rlaxa waa Initiated Into tha mysteries of
woodcraft, after which refreshments were
aerved. Tha officer from Benaon camp
No. SS were present and exemplified tha
wfirK, assisted br tha Benson, drill team.
After Initiation a fancy drill waa put on.
Captain Todd had charM of tha tram
work and It la through his untiring ef
forts that tha team haa reached Ita hlch
standard of proficiency. It waa a meet
In It long to be remembered by all Wood
men and 8011th Omaha.
The consotMaUim of Robin Hood camp
No. 80 and Florence camp No. Mfi, both
located In Florence, la about to be con
summated. Commltteea from both ram (hi
have been appointed and a meeting la
to be held aoon to arrange detail of tha
Fraaer camp No. 4 will meet nert
Krldey craning at t o'clock at Armburat
hall. Twenty-fourth and Vinton streets.
Special entertalnnv nt haa been arranued
by OL J. Hoffman, chairman of the com
mittee. Thla la tha last meet!. that wtll
ba held during- tha month.
Onmenlua camp No. 7 will meet next
Saturday evening at Bohemian hall. Thir
teenth and Martha streets. Vac Vomarka,
deputy of the camp, promlaea a Tame
claaa for Initiation and a grand g-ood time
for all who attend.
t orient ttrd-r t nllril Wtrkan.
Patten lodge No. O will give a dartre
for members and friends next Monday
The degree team of North Omaha lodge
No. 1B will give a dance next Wednesday
evening at tha temple.
KnlaM mt lylhlaa.
The Knlgnta of Pythias held a ahort
session laat Monday evening and, accord
ing to the pledge made by all present,
the expectations of Chancellor Taylor
will be fully realised within the time
Tha memlierahlp committers, captained
by Vies m-D. Pay, Chapman and Brttt, are
now ready to choose their assistant. AH
Knights In the city holding membership
In Nebraska lodge No. 1 will ba on one
of the three committees.
Tha rules of tha card contest ara com
plete and will be given out Monday even
ing. Grand Chancellor Meredith will ba
present Monday evening as may ba
other grand officers.
Banner lodge No. 11 will give a card
party and dance Thursday evening at
Myrtle hall. Fifteenth and Douglas
streets. i .
The officers of Ivy cajnp No. 1 will
meet Friday at the home of Mrs. Ida
Berg, 4326 Corby street, at 1 o'clock.
AUDITORIUM HAS MANY
DATES FOR THE SEASON
Manager Frank of tha Auditorium an
nounces tha following dates concern lag
' future events at tha Auditorium:
October 7 Boston Symphony orchestra.
October 11-1 World's series ball gaanea.
rtober IK Mme, Johanna Oadskl.
October SS Christian tkienca conveo
tlon. November ,-Nebraska Btata TeacWa'
November 1 Mm. King-Clark.
November 1 Mhrinera,
November 23 Oeraldlne Parrar.
. November 2ft-HI Poultry show.
November 29 Mary Oarden.
Iecember t Melba.
lecembr iM Municipal Christmas tree.
January 17 Paderewakl.
January U-Ze-lmplemcnt dealers' coo-
January I7-2 San Carlos Opera,
January W John Mi-Onrmack.
February 15 Frits Krelsler.
hbruary lAli-e Nielsen.
February 2 Iavld Bisonam.
February St, March l-t-Cment show.
In addition to these attractions tha
Auditorium la assured of tha National
Defense chow, tha Pavolora Russian Im
perial Ballet and tha Metropolitan Or and
Popular prices will prevail for tha con
certs to be given by such artists as Oad
skl. Mary Oarden. John HcCormack. Alloa
Nielsen and David Uispham.
REV. MACKAY TO ADDRESS
TRAVELING MEN SATURDAY
The Rev. T. J. Mackay will address tha
lot al members of Omaha Post A,
Travelers Protective association at
the Hotel Pax ton next Saturday night
This wilt be the first of a series of
monthly meetings at which programs of
educational and entertainment value will
be given for the traveling men and their
N. P. gas, expert on scientific sales
naiiahlp, will follow Mr, Mackay, and
will give tha men some pointers on sell
in addition to these two addresses there
will be a short program of musical num
bers, given by C. O. Bugbee, Bert Hill.
John McCreary and U Rodgers, alter
which a light lunch will ba served.
Meetings at which similar programs
will be given will ba held each month.
and the Interest In this, the first one.
Indicates they will prove very popular.
WOMAN IN BLACK TO BE AT
MONROE THEATER ALL WEEK
5he woman with the black m. -k v..
returned to Omaha and will ba at the
saunroa, t neater all this week- Although
the woman In blark was In Omh. r.-
oults time this spring she was able to
successfully conceal her identity and
there U just aa much curiosity aa to
who she is aa. there was when she ap
peared at the Brandels theater. About
l.ofo feet of films of the mysterious
nuui will ba shown, pictures taken while
she was riding wild horses. Bha will also
ing at sack performance at tha theater
KRUG PARK-TO REOPEN
' FOR COUNTY FAIR WEEK
Krug park is again open to the public.
Tbo txtULnagecueut of this popular result
has arranged to reopen the gates start-
In ' today and closing September 17.
Many ui-of-tuwn visitors her for the
Douglas County fair, which Is being held
diret ily opposite ths park, will no doubt
find much to please their fancy In tha
l,ne of amusements. The free garage
and the spacious picnic grounds are also
vpu to the public
WHO WILL BETHE QUEEN
Society it Now Guessing as to the
Contort of King; Ak-Sar-Ben
SPECIAL MAIDS ARE NAMED
(Continued from Page Two.)
bora of tha faculty and representative
from tha other fraternities of tha onl-
rerslty with alumni and active members
of Bryan Penate, tha local ct.apter of
Detta Theta Phi, made up the list of thoso
The affair was chaproned by Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Rosenblonm and Mr. and
Mrs. Ieiter w. Corson.
The favors were pictures of 'The llotn.1
of the Delt" and the drawing room en
closed In a liooklrt of green and white,
the colors of the fraternity. Tim color
scheme throughout the house was slwi
In the fraternity colors.
The "licit" plnn to give a number of
parties during the school year.
Those present mere:
W. M. Mrllale
C. Ia, Morgan
II. K. (iants
f. A. Silver
i. P. Cornln
P. T. McAvoy
C. C. Stuart
A. I Swygsrd
J. V. Heveridge
V. A. Ilelenstrelt
T. K. Dunbar
W. M. Cumpbell
Irene I Xiwnlng
I 'lira I mi t ton
I'rof. U Telo
Prof N. n. Kenrdon
II. W. I)risoll
P. C. Kamsrixkl
K. J. Nl hnlss
P. K. Km no
P. Mc lJovern
K. ,1. Hwoboda
It. J. Knyle
Steve M nl v Hi 111
Paul A. Iturke
Arthur Of fi rmnii
Mr. and Mm. J. M. Daugherty enter
tained at dinner Friday evening at their
home In honur of Miss Madeline IMckey
of Kansas City, the guest of Miss Klixa
beth Heed. A low mound of gladlola
decorated the table, and the guests were:
I Msclellne lUckey,
Thornton Prajr of
For the Future.
Tha women of the Holy Angels' parish
will give a card party Wednesday eve
ning at their hall on Twenty-eighth and
Mr. a M. Jones returned Friday from
a month's vacation spent In California.
Miss Anna Loechner of Detroit, Minn.,
Is tha guest of her sister. Mrs. Oeorge
H, Houllston, No. . Victoria apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Daugrmrty and son,
Edward, spent several days the first part
of tha week on their ranch In tha western
part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. N. Wray of Los An
geles are In tha city the guests of their
daughter, Mrs. D, & Chesney, and Mr.
Manager Pry or Says Sale of Season
Tickets for Charity Concerts Great
Tha sale of season tickets for tha
Charity Concert course wound up with a
whirlwind finish laat Wednesday night
Mora tickets were sold that day than
during any previous seven days. As In
everything else, a great many people
put off buying season tickets till tha laat
minute, not realising that tha first com
ers get tha beat seats.
If sny experience counts for anything I
certainly think that tha Boston Sym
phony orchestra will draw one of the
greatest audiences that ever thronged the
Auditorium. Tha Immense enthusiasm
everywhere! over the coming of what Is
undoubtedly the world's greatest orches
tra, combined with tha fact that this
performance will ba one of tha big fea
tures of Ak-Har-Ben week, will pack our
new municipal Auditorlun to tha fur
thest corner. .
Tha bringing of such an organisation
to Omaha oould scarcely ba undertaken
by one person, for the cost la too great
to ba assumed by one man, no matter
how publlo-aplrtted ha may be. Bo It
remained for tha Omaha "Retailers" to
promote and flnanoa this great conoart
Just for a minute, oontempkata 108 rail
road fares, luS berth and drawing-room
acoonunodatlona, a solid vastlbuled Pull
man train with four baggage cars, aa
well as the Immense salaries of tha In
dividual artists, to say nothing of the
local expanse, such as printed matter,
bill-posting, advertising and Auditorium
rent. One can then begin to slaa up the
probable cost of such an undertaking.
The committee la charge, Messrs. Bel
den, Nash and Brandels, have held al
most dally conference with ths local man
ager. Their time alone In this work,
while not included In the expenses, would
Sunday, September 19th
Two in the afternoon and one in the even
ing. Afternoon concerts start at 2 o'clock;
evening concert at 7:30 o'clock.
Take East or West Side Park Cars.
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
PRESIDENT HIGH SCHOOL BIBLE
Vl W a
Chonney. They will remain about six i
A daughter, 12 1 in be th Jane, waa born j
last week to Mr. and Mrs.. 1L Clyde R1- '
miirulson of Bioknne, Wash., formerly !
of Omaha. Mrs. Kdmundson was form
erly Miss Irene Miner.
Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Van Fleet returned
Saturday from a three months' trip. They
attended the Amerii-an Medical meeting
at Han Francisco, taking In both exposi
tions and were at Ing Beach for seven
ww-ks. They visited at I-ortland. Beat
tie, Tacoma, Salt Lake City and Denver
In end Out of the Bee Hire.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Foster ara spending
the week In Chicago.
The Misses lOmma and FJIsabeth Klse
llng have returned from Chicago,
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Field returned Fri
day from the Pacific coast, where they
sKnt the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Field hava just re
turned from a two months' trip to ths
Iacif!c coast, visiting both exposltlona
CHga Johnson and Ruth Under go to
Oilca go where thoy will enter the Pea-lalozsl-Fraebel
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AT
PRAYER MEETING AT Y. M. C. A.
The second of the series of high school
boys' prayer meetings was held at the
Young Men's Christian aaoclatldn Friday
night The supper, which preceded tha
prayer meeting, was held at 6:45.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bea "For Rent"
be an Item for whloh few would car
to pay. '
The single admission tickets will be on
sale on or after Wednesday. October a,
at any of the big stores. Tou may send
your checks to Mr. Charles A. Frank e.
care The Omaha Auditorium, and I can- j
not too strongly advise everyone to get I
Immediate action. Kvery seat will cer- I
talnly ba sold. Tou yourself will go. So I
why not get a good seat. Instead of tak
ing what la left at some later date?
Prices for tickets will be found In the
advertisement on the Amusement page
of this paper. LUCIUS PRIOR,
Liocai Manager Charity Concern Course.
a7sr-x. m -
Dn.ari P Bamjs
Tnla Institution la tha only on
In tt central weat with separata
buildUgs situated In thlr VH
jnpla grounds, yat ntlrly die
tlnct, and rendering It possible to
classify cases. . The on bulling
balng fitted tor and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagloua and
non-mental disease, no othar be
ing admitted; the other Rest Cot
tage being designed tor and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental case requiring
for a Urn watchful oar and pe
16th and Davenport Sts. To Be Opened About October 1
and Those Who Built and Furnished This Fireproof Hotel
206 State Bank Building
Hotel Edward, 2?r Modern Fireproof Structure
Business Is moving north on Six
teenth street. Evidence Of this fa"t
Is apparent In the erection of the
hamhionie new hotel building at tha
corner of Sixteenth and Davenport.
The new hostelry Is to be known
as the Hotel EdwsrtT, and It will be
opened to the public about October
first by Messrs. Stern"-r and Oar
dlne, who are experienced hotel men,
having recently managed the St.
The new Hotel Edward is a hand
some brick buildlnr, fireproof -nJ
modern In every respect The build
ing contains one hundred and thlrt
guest rooms and Is up-to-date in
every detail as to flttinga and
Prospects for the new hotel are
very bright and there is no reasw
why Messrs. Sterrlcker and Oardl
should not meet with considerable
Plan and Specifications
WE Furnished the
For the HOTEL EDWARD
McCaffrey bros. co.
120 South 17th.
The Lighting Fixtures
"Quality", Not Price, Jlrf Why We're Doinf It
American Electric Go.
"lie Fiiturt Home" Phooa Dodj. 1481. 520 S. 16th St.
That'. What You Get When
DO THE WORK
For Twenty :Seven Years
We have been more than satisfying
builders with our supreme plastering
TO BE OPENED SOON
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A" - i .";
NEW HOTEL EDWARD
EUROPEAN ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
16th and Davenport Sts.
130 ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT
Running Hot and Cold Water; Telephone
and Electric Lights in Every Room
Rooms With Private Shower Bath, Single $1.00,
Double, $1.50; Rooms with Bath Privilege, 50c
and 75c; Weekly Rates, $2.50 to $6.00
ALL ROOMS OUTSIDE EXPOSURE
Phone Tyler 40.
PAone Douglas 2193
C. J. Shea Roofing Co.
Gravel, Asphalt, Slate and Tile Roofing
rHOBTXS Office, Doofflas 1000; Besideace, Webster 8S13.
51 DOUGLAS BLOCK
S. E. Corner Sixteenth and Dodge. Omaha, Neb.
312 North Sixteenth St.
Now Open for Business
The Mosaic Flooring
' Wa Furnished By 4
The Neb raska Terrazzo
and Mosaic Co.
1024 FARNAM STREET '
A. Maaaetti, Vrea. U. Saxeaa, Mr, 0. BartaoUi, Trsaa.
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