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TIIE BEE: OMATIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913.
CARRYING THE SUFFRAGE PETITION TO WASHINGTON Mrs. Sara Bard Field is making the trip from San Fran
cisco to Washington with a petition for uf frage signed by 5C0.000 names. She reached Omaha Thursday morning and was
photographed for The Bee. In the picture are: Front row Mabel Vernon and Ingeborg Kindstedt. Second row Sara
Bard Field, M. A. Kindborg, Mayor Dahlman and Mrs. S. A. Capen of Omaha.
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and took Hn. Eddy frr automobll
drlv about th rlty. Th sam day
Mrs. Oors Phelp gav a dinner at th
Grand hotel In Mm. Eddy honor.
Subscription Dance Club.
The Subscription Dancing club glvn It
opening dancing prtT this evening at
Turpln'a wulrmjr. The committee In
charge of the affair Include Mr. John
A. MoShane, Mra. IT. IT. Ilaldrlre, Mri.
W. A. Johnnon and Mrs. Arthur Rem
ington. The mmbera thia year Include:
Hmwii. and Wesdanirn
Waller I'Hge. Jonrh Pnrker.
M. A. Hull, V. M. Wllhf ltn.
J It. lialdrU. '. li. Keller.
Harry l ununtnga, janle Kniim. jr.;
il. I'. Tukey.
r. W. JudKon,
F H. lnvla.
F. 8. Cowglll,
S. H. McKren,
Jnroon I.. I'axton,
I'm id liHUin,
I., r. I'roroof.
K. H. Ki-ott.
W. H. Wheeler.
B. M. Fairfield.
(. C. Re.JIrk,
K. If. lne,
W'. A. Kraer.
V. C. Oeorne,
M. ('. Feter.
V. V. Hhelton,
K. H. SiTiigue,
thla afternoon at the homo of Mra. ,
standleh for Mian Kathertne McClana
han, a Novrmher bride. farden flower
were need In the drcoratloua.
For Mn. Lobingler
Mra. Charles C. Belden and Mra. Car
roll R. PeMen entertained at lunchocn
at the Commeri lal club thla afternoon In
honor of Mr. Charle B. Ixblngier ami
Mica F.mma Hunker. One Hundred and
all guccta were aeated at mal table
decorated with flower In baskets.
The ladies asulstlng the hoteaea were:
C. K. Johanne. Frank t lark.
(. W. Nolil,
W. T. Newele.
O. H. Rlt-knell.
K. (;. M'-otiton.
O. W. Ryan.
A. W. Gordon.
M. I. Cninerin.
O. T. Kaftmnn,
C. II. Hallirt.
John A. MfBliane, . F. A. BroKan,
n . m. Mucnoia, r;. T. Bwooe.
J. Clarke Colt,
A. V. Klnaler,
C. W. Hamilton.
K. W. llxon,
John L. Kenmdy,
J. De F. Rirhardu,
C. A. Hull.
Gurdon W. Wattles, J. E Hummer
C. C. Allison.
F. P. Klrkendal!,
i. M. Sle'.calt.
K. C. Barton,
A. I.. Heed.
I. H. Wheeler. Jr.
Rardall K. Brown, Chariea Saunderx.
C. W. Hull.
Is. W. Wakeler.
Thursday, October 28, 1915.
T Un't verr day, nor every year, for that matter, that Omaha hag a
a guent out of Durke'a Peerage to entertain. Hut please do not think I
I would not Infer, for the world, that Lady Gregory's title U the lure
which hag brought the smart ones to worshiping at her shrine.
Yet, as Locke said In his altogether charming; "Alice for Short," "A
baronet Is a baronet." Hut that was speaking of London, tt ts ail quite
, afferent In the west. Sir Horace Dunket comes and goes as unob
irunlvely as he wishes.
One of the striking points of Lady Gregory's visit to our city is tbo
utter abaenre of any thought of her title or her rank true, they are run
ning to the Public Library to read up about her; but It la what she has
aritten and not her standing In Burke s that Is eagerly sought.
"What Is Lady Gregory?" asked a debutante of her mother.
"Why, child!" exclaimed the mother, raising horrified hands; "don't
let any one hear yu ask such a question. Don't you know Lady Gregory
Is a dramatist, a powerful dramatist, and the greatest patron of the Irish
"I know all that," said the bud; "but that la not what I meant.
. wanted to know if Lady Gregory Is countess, or a marchioness, or the wife
af a knight, of If ahe gets ber title of 'lady' through courtesy because she
Is the daughter of a nobleman."
The mother laughed. "That is so," she aald alowly; "she has 'lady' be
fore her name. But, don't you know, I never thought of it until you
brought it up now. I have been too occupied realising What Lady Gregory
bag written and accomplished for the Irish drama to think of anything else
Mr. Beeion'i Mother Diet.
Mrs. Amanda Miller of Lafayetta, Ind.,
mother of Mr. A. O. Beeaon, died last
' evening In Lincoln at 1:30 o'clock at the
Some of her daughter, Mra. It, J. Greene.
. Mra Beeaon, who waa called to Lincoln
by Mra Miller's lllnesa iaat Monday, waa
with her mother when aha died.
It waa a plaJi of Mra. Miller to spend
- a month with each daughter In Nebraska
every two year, and h had bean visit
ing In Lincoln for three week preoeedlng
her death, expecting to coma to Omaha
' Thanksgiving to apend a month with Mr.
and Mra. A. G. Itecson.
Mra. Miller last vlelted In Omaha, two
' year ago thla autumn and la well remain-
bered and beloved In thla city.
The deceased la the widow of John I
Miller of Lafayette, and I survived by
son and four daughter. Mr. M. W.
Miller of Lafayette, Mr. Green of Un
culn, Mra. Beeaon of Omaha, Mra. Rufu
Jennings of Berkeley. Cut., and Mrs.
Oliver W. lterce of Laia.velta.
Sancinsr Parties Announced.
The Blity-slx tanelng club will hold
Ita first dancing party of the aeaaon at
'.'liambera acamedy Friday evening.
There will be a Hallowe'en dancing
party at the !rnjrte park club Saturday
evening. The dancers will appear In sheet
tid pillowcase disguise, and th decora.'
lions will carry out the Hallowe'en Idea,
Thla evening the Vnlveralty Mixers,
Vrelghton college organlxatlon, enter
tains at a dancing party at Chambers'
Pagaloo club glvea a dancing party at
Metropolitan club room tonight.
Frflnco-Belsrian Relief Plant.
Thlrty-flv women Interested In relief
work for the bereft Franco-Belgian met
at th home of Ml Jessie Millard on
Wednesday. The women decided not to
spend so much time on sewing, but to
'raise funds to purchase material, which
would ba aent on to Mis Grace Zorbaugh
to provide work for the refugee there
Mia Zorbaugh I a former Council
Bluffs girl, who I general secretary of
tha British-American Young Women'
Christian aasorlatlon at Parla. Blxty
dollars were raised at thla meeting.
Mr. Warren Rogers, who head the
Franco-Belgian relief organisation, and
Mr. George A. Joslyn, are al.to recelv
Ing contributions for th Friendly Camp,
an organisation of refugee in th south
Th Franco-Belgian society will hold
It next meeting along In th middl of
November, at th home of Mr. John A.
Mr. Arthur Crittenden Rmlth will en
tertaln th December meeting.
Omaha Musician in Kama.
Omaha people were very much In vt
dene at a recital given at Topeka on
Wednesday evening. Miss Frances Nash
and her companion. Mis Worts, went
there, as Mis Nash appeared with George
Hamlin, tha Chicago tenor. This la th
first of a aerlea of recital Mia Nah and
Mr. Hamlin will give this winter. Mr.
can Dufflcld alio went from Omaha aa
acoompanlst to Mr. Hamlin, and on hi
return ald they were all very well re
ceived at Topeka,
Dinner Precedmg the Dance.
, Following out a custom established Iaat
year there will be a number of dinner
nrtle preceding tke Subscription Dane
club affair thla evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Pa will en
tertain on of tha largest dinner partlea,
having twelve guests.
Mr. and Mr. II It. Bpragu wtll enter
tain at a dinner preceding th ball. Their
guest will be:
Messrs. and Mesdamea
H. 11. haldrtge, A. U Reed.
Vr. J. E. Hummers.
Mis Ida bharp.
ItamlHll Brown. IS. W. Hart of
1 arl Gannett, Council Bluffs.
Mr. and Mr. Henry F. Wyman will en
tertain on of th dinner parties preced
ing th ball. Th Hallowe'en atmosphere
will l carried out In the decorations,
with the addition of yellow chrysanthe
mums. Covers wtll be placed for:
Messrs. and Meadamea
Harry Tukey. ' J. H. George,
ira. Chariea iirruit.
Mr. F. A. Brogan.
Mr. and Mrs. F. IL Gaines will hare aa
their dinner guests:
Messrs. and Mesdamea
W. A. Frner. M. A. Hall.
Frank Judson, C. W. Hamilton,
Th dinner guests of Mrs. Warren Rog
er will be:
Messrs. and Mesdamea
W. H. McKeen. David Baum,
Mrs. lan Wheeler.
Harry McCormlck, Frank Burkley.
Mrs. J. M. Metcalf has recalled her In
vitation for a dinner this evening, and
will entertain Instead proceeding th
dance on November 11.
reception wtll be tendered her thla even
ing from ( to 10 o'clock In the room of
tha United States Bank building. Th
object of thla reception la to give an tu
members of th Dramatic league and
their friends a chance to meet the fa
mous dramatist and patron of Irl. art.
The affair la informal and street dress
shall be In perfect good form.
In th receiving line will - be Lavdy
Gregory, Mis Kate McHugh, Senator
Hitchcock, Mra Edward Porter
Peck, Mrs. Leonard Everett, Mr. Ixw
rle D. Ohllds and Mrs. Howard Baldrlga.
On th board of directors of the Drama
league who wtll assist are:
Charles T. Konnlte, Kdrur Morsman,
jonn A. jncMnane. Artnur uuiou,
The diocesan reception to th member
of tlio visiting aynod will be held this
evening from S to 11 o'clock at th lint
veralty olub. An oroheatra will play
throughout the evening and refreahment
will be aerved. Those receiving will be
Bishop and Mr. William.
J ean Tancock and Mr. Tancoek.
Rev. T. J. Markay and Mrs. Mackay
llev. LJoyd B. llolsappl and Mra. llola-
Jtev. Mr. Collar and Mrs. Collar.
Mr. and Mra. Fred Davis.
John V. French. Philip l'otter,
Walter Page. Tracy,
A. J. Foppleton, IefUe.
With Lady Gregory.
Embowered In Klllarney rosea), Omaha
oclety paid trlbut to Lauly Gregory this
afternoon at a luncheon at th Omaha
club. Cover war placed for Ldy Gre
gory. Meadamea Harry D. Cummlnga,
Bdward Porter Peck, Ctiarlea Kountxe,
i. 12. Summer. Rdgur Morsman. George
Bernard Frlns. Warren Blackwell, John
A. McHhane, Howard Baldrlga, HI. M.
Fairfield, Artbar Gulou. Mlsaea Kate
McHugh, Jeanett McDonald, May Irene
Wallace and Edith Tobltt.
At 4 o'clock Iidy G regard gav her
lecture at th Brandola theater, and a
K. M. r'alrrtelfl.
A. M. Borglum,
A. W. Jefferls.
J. V.. Summer.
H. Li. Oummlngw,.
A. V. Hnnchett.
W. C. Shannon,
George B. PlinS.
May Irene Wallace, Jeanette McDonald,
Francl A. Brogan. Joe, ph Polcar.
Thoma J. Kelly, T. W. McCullough,
ti. v. urair, naDtji r . conn.
To Honor Mr. Eddy.
Mrs. C. Q. Eddy of New Tor, th
gueat of Mra J. M. Metcalf, was enter
tained In Council Bluffs Tuesday. Mrs.
Eddy la a member of the Baylies family,
pioneers of Council Bluffs. trs. D. R.
Plnney gar a luncheon In honor of
Mrs. Eddy, and In the afternoon th old
settlers gav a reception In her honor
g.iest of Mr. M. T. Barlow, expect t
leave Monday evening for Portland, Or.
Mr. and Mis. N. r. Swanson and son
Roy. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred Bloom, left last week for Chicago
for a iay of two week. The trip wa
made by automobile.
Instead of this evening, the PUuth Bld
Progressive Card club will entertain Fri
day evening at It hall, Fourteenth am
Castellar streets, at 8.3".
A "For Pule" ad will turn socond-han.
furniture Into cash.
W. Farnam Smith.
A. n. Warren.
H. W. Hart,
Mrs. Ferdinand Adler entertained at a
bridge luncheon at th Hotel Loyal.
Mr. Mylea Standlah and Mra Fred
Thoma entertained five tables at bridge
W. D. K. Club Shower.
The W. D. K. club was entertained
Wednesday afternoon at a shower given
In honor of Mr. A. Jonea at the home
of Mr. Frank Spellman. Pink and white
were ued for table decorations. Those
B. D. Allyn. F. Dougherty,
I. Dolphin. F. Hlch,
A. Jnnea, M. Morell.
W. Meyer, V. Spellman.
Dr. Prune r.
lean at the Deanery. ,
On Friday afternoon, from 4 to
o'clock, Mrs. Tancock entertain at' tea
at the Deanery in honor of the ladles'
auxiliary and delegates to the synod. The
Indie of the diocese will assist Mrs. Tan
cock. On hundred and fifty guest are
expected. The dining room will be dec
orated In red roae and the reception
room In yellow chrysanthemum. Mr.
Brill, accompanied on the piano by Mr.
Ben Stanley, will give a violin solo.
Miss Anna Sogaard and M. Delche are
registered at the Hotel McAlpln In New
Mrs. Downing of New Tork, who is the
FOR THEUNDER ESTATE
By stipulation and agreement of all ol
the heirs of the late John Under,
wealthy liquor dealer, William Arnd of
Council Bluffs was appointed adminis
trator of the estate under bonds of S50,0M).
HOME MADE HAIR
Removes Pnnrlrnff In From One to
The following simple recipe, which you
can mix at home, or have put up at any
drug store, at little cost will remove
dandruff In from one to five nights. It
does not color the hair and Is perfectly
Water One-half pint.
Bay Rum On ounce
Ttxola Compound. . .One-quarter ounce
Glycerine One-quarter ounce.
A half-pint Is all you need. Rub II
wt'll Into the scalp at night and after a
few applications the dandruff and scalp
eruptions will disappear and th halt
will stop falling out and be soft and
THE CALL OF
rT Think of it less
than two months until
Christmas. Kind of
startles you, don't it,
to think that the holi
day aeaaon la so near,
but Santa Combs baa
' been preparing for It
for months, and now
hi store abounds with
timely Xmaa gift sug
gestions. TP Come in today and
make your selections.
We will hold the ar
ticles you select until
you are ready for
them, but don't put off
any longer making se
lections. Till . ,CUlVElXRS
1I isas) eewejuu t oana
T ET GOBLINS gambol unrestrained-
let witches ply their craft but don V for
get, thii Hallowe'en, the lure of luscious
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don in these last few days of glorir '
irons October we suggest
pure, delicious Ice -Crcanv
Your nearest druggist dreonfcrtioner'wni $e glad to 11 your order;
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mrm rainaA nA intensified. Tooth.
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