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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: KOVEMBEU 14. 1915.
Doing in the World
Th North Bid cirri of th Child Con
serration league will meet Friday at I
o'clock In the Auditorium of the Mon
mouth rr school. The program la on
"Child Culture Klndneaa Toward Ani
mals. ' Roll cull nwponwi will be quota
tlons from "Foundation Stone on Kind
ness." A, paper, 'Cruelty not a Normal
Condition of Childhood, but the Result
of a Lack -of Knowledge In Parent to
Lead the Child." will be read by Mr.
C. O. Anderson; reading selection from
"Manfred" (Byron), by Mr. W. C. Price,
and a paper, "Domestic Pet In the
Home," by Mr. C. A, McKenile. Some
animal storle will be told by the
mother. Echuman musical number will
be given by Mrs. E. J. Millard, and
Senator Vest "Tribute to a Dog" will
be given by Mr. C. II. Savlilge.
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Mme. Charle Le Verrler of Paris, vice
pi evident of the suffragist organisation
of France, Union FYancaise pour la Suf
frage dea Femmes, is in New York City
to conduct a toy and do',1 exhibition for
the relief fund of France.
L - M A I T a
Grant Woman' Relief corps, No. 101,
will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock in Memorial hall. The depart-
ment Inspector. Miss Nettle Jewell, will j
Inspect the Grant corps on Saturday rtt
Mr. A. K. Gault will lead the parlia
mentary practice of the South Omaha
Woman' club Tuesday at t o'clock at
Library hall. An executive board meet
ing at I o'clock will precede this meet
ing. Prof. Carnal gave a program for
the music department of the club Thurs
day evening, and aSturday afternoon
this department arranged a musicals for
the club, the affair being given at the
home of Mrs A. l Bergqulst.
Mr. M. M. Claflln of University Place,
stat temperance president, will be honor
guest at a reception to new member
given by Frances WHIard Women'
Christian Temperance union, Wednesday
at I o'clock In the parlor of the First
Methodist Episcopal church. This affair
was arranged for last week, but was
postponed on account of the death of
The Benson Baptist Missionary circle
111 entertain the Baptist missionary
quarterly of Omaha and vicinity Fri
day at an all-day session at the church.
The .devotional services begin at 10
o'clock; luncheon will be served at noon
by the Benson circle and at 1 o'clock
the program, consisting of missionary
talks, interspersed with music, will be
given. The principal speech will be given
by a foreign missionary.
The Tennyson chapter of the Chau
tauqua circle will meet at 1:80 o'clock on
Monday with Mrs. R. E. Parrott. Mrs.
W. B. Howard leading the program.
Roll call will be answered by Quotations;
from William Cullen Bryant. The lesson
on early American history will be con
ducted by Mr.. Frank H. Wray. "The
Saxons aad Danes In England" will
also be discussed.
Stories by Nathaniel Hawthorn will bo
told Thursday afternoon at the publto
library by Omaha Story Teller' league
' members. Miss Josephine Grant, leader
of the program, will tell "Benjamin
West;" Mr. P. M. Prltchard, "The
Miraculous Pitcher;" Mr C. B. Hrd
llcka, "The Dragon's Teeth." and Miss
Elolse HUlls, "Feather Top."
A symposium on architecture has been
arranged for the Mother' Culture club
of the West Farnam district, which
meets Wednesday with Mrs. F. J. Beard
Mrs. C. R. Cameron assisting. Mr. 3. C.
Aldrich will discuss the Egyptian art;
Mrs. A. G, Plnkerton, Greek; Mrs. W.
OS. Mick. Roman; Mrs. C. J. Duttoo.
Romanesque; Mr. C. O. Trimble, Gothlo,
and Mrs. C. II. Walrath, modern archi
tecture. C. II. English, recreation director, will
address the Omaha Woman club In the
auditorium of the Toung Women's Chris
tian association Monday at x: o'clock.
An executive and directory meeting will
precede this gathering.
The open program, which follow, will
be In charge of the home economic de
partment, of which Mr. F. J. Burnett la
leader. Mr. A. E. Davisson of Lincoln,
secretary of the Nebraska university ex
tension service, will talk on "Work
Among Rural Clubs." Mr.' Frank J.
Uoel Will give an original poem.
The French department of the Wo
man's olub has not reorganised as yet
this year. If there are sufficient mem
bers who dear to continue the study of
French, a class will be made up the first
of the year.
Mrs. K. R. J. Edholm, state health
chairman and the National Children's
Lureau representative In Nebraska, will
tell about . the plans for "baby week"
which is to be celebrated the first week
In March. This plan originated with
Mrs Perrv Pennvbacker. nrestdant of
the General Federation of Women clubs,
and received the endorsement of the
children's bureau. Mrs. Edholm will also
tell about the biennial council meeting
in Portland .which she attended. Mrs.
B. F. Bryant will tell about her recent
trip to California.
The Woman's club of the railway mail
service will give Its annual program at
the Old People's Home Wednesday after
noon. A Mendelssohn program will be
given. Mrs. Edwin Cole and Mrs. R.
Ralph Barry taking pert. Roll call re
sponse will be current event.
Mrs. Millard Langfeld will lead the
Turgenleff program which will be given
by the literature department of the Wo
man' club Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock in the Toung Women' Christian
rssociatlon assembly room. Mrs. Lang
feld wiU review "Fathers and Children"
nd "A House of Gentle Folk," character
studies, and Mrs. " g. McDonald will
review "Dream Tales" and prose poems,
studies la fantasy. Mra. Franklin Shot
viell will give readings from Browning,
accompanied by Mr. Will Wetherlngton,
"Vocational Training in Schools" will
be discussed by the vocational guidance
section of the Association o. collegiate
Alumnae Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock 1
at the Youn Women's Christian asso
ciation. Miss Pauline Rosenberg will talk j
on iia Bvnuuia, aiuis rfanei Wallace,
"Continuation Schools;" Miss Luella Car.
tar, "Specialised High Schools;." Miss
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Ella Thorngate, "Night Schools," and
Mrs. Edgar Scott. "Vocational training
m Omaha." Miss Elisabeth Brenlser 1
leader of the section.
Miss Anna Tlbbetts, principal of the
Peru Normal school, who was elected
president of the Nebraska Woman's Edu
cational association, which was organised
during the state teachers' convention last
week, is well Inown In Omaha. Miss
Tlbbetts, whose home is, in Lincoln, Is a
frequent visitor here with her cousin.
Mrs. J. M. Metcalf, and Is entertained
extensively whenever she comes to
Omaha. Judge Addison Tlbbetts of Lin
coln is her brother.
The monthly meeting of the Visiting
urse association will be held Wednea
day morning at 10:S0 o'clock In the ssso
elation rooms at the city hall.
Mis Hasel Howard will be hostess for
the story tellers' section of the Associa
tion of Collegiate Alumnae Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Miss Edith Halght
will tell the German epic, "Nlbelungcn
Lied;" Mis Marie Hodge will tell a
Hindu fairy tale, and Mis Edith Fisher,
Mis Malvlna Newman head th ladle'
auxiliary of McKlnley lodge of the B'nal
B'rith, which meet alternate Thursday
evening in the club rooms. Nineteenth
and Farnam streets. At the election held
recently Mis Esther Epstein was chosen
vie president. Mis Sarah Leaf, secre
tary, and Miss Louise Schonberger,
treasurer. The Intellectual advancement
committee, headed by Miss Epstein, also
Includes Miss Miriam Levy and Mis
Esther Belmont. Literary programs, both
scholarly and unique, are a feature of
this organisation. ..
Mr. Thor Jorgenson will entertain the
Omaha 8uffrago association - at tea
Wednesday afternoon at 1:80 o'clock. Mr.
v.. w. xiaye win read a paper on
"Peace," Mm. Robert U Grant will glvo
reading and Miss Florence Rhoades will
give both vocal and Instrumental num
bers. Th . Woman's Christian Temperance
union of Benson will meet Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. F. B. King In
a domestio science session. Miss San
born, domestic science Instructor In th
schools, will demonstrate.
The Benson Woman's Missionary so
ciety will meet Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. J. Klllian, when Mrs.
. Frobardt of Omaha will be leader.
The Benson Woman's club will meet
Thursday afternoon at th homo of Mra
Mart Armstrong, when th religion sec
tion of th year's program will be taken
up, with Mr. W. A. Wlloox a leader.
Mrs. J. H. Vlck will read a paper on the
life of Confucius, Mrs. Arthur Howe on
Mahomet, and Mm. K. R. Parker will
tell about the Koran. Mrs. C. A. Tracy
will talk on "Th Religious Influence of
Confucius on China," Roll call will be
answered with "wis saying of Confu
Th musio section of th Association of
Collegiate Alumna will meet with th
leader. Miss Alice Fry. Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. Mr. Frank Johnson will
lead th program on Paderewskl and
Tchaikovsky. This aecUon Is following
th birthday calendar of musicians for
it winter's program.
Two committees of 109 Omaha women
who worked among women and girl dur
ing th "Billy" Sunday meeting have
formed an organisation known as the
Committee Women' council. Mr. David
Col Is president. Mr. M. H. Blacklell,
vice president, and Miss Isabella Mllroy,
secretary. Th women will continue to
visit business girls and Induo them
to join Brble classes and churches. The
council will assist In th noon-day serv
Ices and 10-cent lunch on Tuesday.
Mis Jeannett Miriam Goldberg of
Philadelphia, field secretary of th
Jewish Chautauqua, will occupy th pul
pit of Temple Israel Friday evening.
All kinds of repair work done
promptly and neatly.
Old Furs made over into new
styles at very reasonable prices.
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iMiss Goldberg has distinguished herself
a an organizer of th Jewish Chautau
qua, and by the efficacy of her work
among th Immigrant. Mr. and Mr.
J. N. Kopald will entertain Mis Gold
berg during her stay in Omaha,
The. J. F. W. club will hold it meet
ing Thursday afternoon at 2: JO o'clock at
th home of Mrs.' Milton Dodds. Items
of current Interest will be discussed.
Th publlo library I co-operating with
the Teacher' Annuity and Aid society,
whloh la bring Helen Keller to . Omaha
January 19, at th Boyd theater, in pre
paring pupil for th leoture.t List of
what th library contain regarding this
most remarkable blind nand deaf girt,
together with her teacher, Mr. Macy.
have been prepared by the librarian and
printed by the High School of Commerce
boys. These will be distributed In all
th schools. A number of eighth grade
classes are planning to make Helen
Keller th' subject of their claa day
exercises th last week In January.
Y. W. C. A. Note.
Th Sunday vesper service will b led
by Dr. A. B. Marshall of the theological
seminary. HI subject will be "Prayer,
the soloist Is to be Miss Hasel Oliver.
Miss Clara I. Taylor of the North Cen
tral field, will give a short talk in the
Social Hour club, which follows tho reg
ular service, me Dunning is open on
Sunday from 1 until 7 o'clock. Mis
Clara M. Brewster I hostess for the
afternoon this week.
During this week of prayer, peolal
services will be held each day from
to 12:40. All the countries In which the
Young Women's Christian association ha
an organisation will be considered, a
leader being rurn'snea ror eacn aay.
A course of sDeclal Interest to srraduato
nurses will be started Tuesday evening
nt T o'clock. The request for a course
in anatomical drawing has been compiled
with and tne first cisss will d mi
week. . ,
Th business women's council of - the
Toung Women's Christian association will
nave tneir regular Tueenay noon meeting
at the Volunteer's hall. 116 North Fif
teenth street. Miss Georgia Wloker, re
ligion work director, will b th leader
for th meeting, which 1 from 11:30 un
tlll S o'clock.
Mis Clara I Taylor, Industrial Worker
for th North Central field. I In th
city for a week' time to aid in th or.
franlsatlon of Industrial clubs amort girls
n the extension group. When th in
dividual club are organised they will
be mers-ed In a large federation, which
will look after the extension sirla' lntei
et. Miss Taylor la assisted by M'sa
Elisabeth Brenlser. of th local associ
ation. EIGHTEEN MILES OF NEW
SIDEWALKS THIS YEAR
The city sidewalk department reports
that during th year eighteen mile of
new walk hav been laid In Omaha
proper. There are about 428 mil of
walks In th city, exclusive of Qouth Bid.
A "For Sal" aawin turn sooond-hand
furniture Into cash.
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music department of th Woman' club.
There will be a trio, consisting of Mlsi
Belle von Mansfelde. who will play '
'cello; Miss Amanda Tebblna, the piano,
and Mr. Frank Mach, the violin. Mr. W.
E, Shafer will alng.
Mr. and Mr. William Howard oate
announce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Alice Maude, to Mr. Le Roy French
Johnston- of Orasette, Arls. The wed
ding will b In December.
ETenti of Comingr Week.
Th Thursday Morning Women's Bowl
ing club will meet on Monday.
Th Week-End Dancing club will glv
Its regulsr party at ' Chambers' this
The Rajah club will give a dancing
party Wednesday evening at Turpln's
Mr. Robert Donald Neely and Mis
Margharetta Burk will glv a tea Fri
day from 4 to at the horn of Mr.
Th Research club members will be
he meat of Mra Harry Burkiey.
president of th club, and th other of
ficer, assisted by Mr. C. Will utmii
in at a eard nartv which Will be given
on th evening of November t2, at the
Knights of Columbus hall.
Omaha Girl in New York.
That Miss Eugenie Whltmore Is not
Aevotlna- all of her tlm to frivolltir dur
ing her tay in Nw York la evidenced by
a llttl nw Item in one of the New York
paper which speaks of Miss Whltmore,
with Mis KltU 8telnwy. Mis Cornelia
Wooley and a number of other well
known New York girl, a assisting Mme.
slarcella Sembrlch to sell tag for tUO
benefit of the women and children of
devastated Poland. Mme. Sembrlch is
president of th American Polish Relief
Miss ' Whltmore spent this week at
Erlarcllff, where she went to school, and
ha gone with friends to New Haven to
ri v fnp the hlr Yale-Princeton came. A
week as th guest of Mr. and Mra John
Philip Souaa at their New York home is
on of th pleasure In store for Mis
Whltmore before her return home.
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Luncheon for Hen.
Mr. Myron Learned gave a luncheon
Monday at th Omaha club for Mr. John
Batchelder of Boston, who was th guest
of Mr. A. C. Smith last week. Th gut
wer all men, several of whom. Including
the host and guest of honor, had Just re
turned from a hunting trip together.
Those present wer Mr. Victor Caldwell,
Mr. Crofoot, Mr. Ward Burgess, Mr. Earl
Gannett, Mr. Fred Montmorency, Mr. Ar
thur C. Smith and Mr. Charles Kountse.
Reception at Benton.
About IW Invitation hav been sent
out tor a farewell reception at th
Methodist church, In honor of Mr, and
Mrs. Charles Haffke, who h" lived In
Bauson for a number of years. ., Both
war prominent In church and social
Mr. Haffke baa been city attorney of
Benson, and la now superintendent of
th Methodist Sunday school.
Mr. and Mrs. Haffke leave oon for
Hop. Ark., where they will llv on a
(.000 aer ranch with Mr. and Mr. Wil
liam Haffk. Mr. P. J. Barr, Mra. Julia
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awaiting them In th south.
In and Ont of the Bee Rive.
Mis Harriet Met la visiting friends In
Mr. F. H. Davis ha been In th cast
for several day.
Mr. E. W. Dixon was called to New
York on business.
Mr. II. Y. Cook left Sunday for Elmirs,
N. Y., for a visit
Mrs. F. A. Brogan returned Saturday
from a trip to Chicago.
Mlsa Louts Stora went to Davenport,
la., Wednesday to visit.
Miss Helen Murphy has gone to Excel
sior Springs with her father.
Mr. E. K. ' Bruce has returned from a
short stay at Dxoelstor Springs.
Mr. Joseph Barker returned Thursday
evening from a motor trip out in th
Mrs. MacMlllan Harding went to Chi
cago Monday to meet Mr. Harding upon
his return from th east and to visit his.
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