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tlan aasoclatVin assemMy room. Munici
pal etandardltatlon of food will be dis
cussed under the leadership of Mrs. Har
riet MacMurphy. Following the discus
sion, the department members will In
spect the Alamlto dairy.
Because of Thanksgiving the music de
partment of the Omaha Woman's club
has postponed It meeting one week to
Thursday, recemter I, at whlvh time the
opera "Ixihengrln" will be given under
the leadership of Mrs. J. K. Tulver. Miss
MISSIONARY FROM JAPAN to be at M. E. convention
at Benson this week. She is Miss Mary B. Griffith, and
photo was taken in Japan.
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The philosophy and eth'cs department
tho Omaha Woman's club will meet
Tuesdny at 4 o'clock at the Young Wo
men's Chr'stiiin ansoclntlon. Miss Clau
dia V. Callawir Is Instructor and Mrs.
8. A. Collins leader of the department
The Woman's Korean Missionary so
ciety of Henson met at the home of Mr.
John Kllllsn Wednesday. Mrs. J. Frc
hardt of Omaha led a program on "The
, King's Highway." Hurlng the business
session pHns wete finished In regard to
ihn district convention to he held Mon
day and Tuesday at the Methodist
Hazel Silver. Miss Urrtrmto Alkln. l.ynn
I Packett and Harry llst'rnv will take
J part with Miss Nor Neat, neeompanlst.
The drama sectl n i f the Association of
Collegiate Alumnne will meet with Mrs
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:1I. 12. N'ewbraiich Satunlny morning at
.10:42. Miss May Sum. to will tvr.d a
'paper on "Harre," ami I'arro's "Knsa
. Hod'' will be given by Mrs. II. P Hrrg
iqtilst. Miss Chnrlntte (Irnvee and Miss
I Kather ne lowry.
t The ColonUl Dame of America, the
Nebraska chapter, will meet Tuesday
Meetings of the art department of the
Omaha Woman a club, the Omaha Story
ellers' league and Chapter B of the P.
B. O. sisterhood, which would come reg
ularly this Thursday, will be omitted on
account of Thanksgiving.
The Tennyson chapter of the Chautau
qua circle will meet Monday with Mrs. J.
A. Sunderland. Holl call response will
hs current events. A Thanksgiving pro
gram wil be given, Mrs. R. E. Sunder
land, Mrs. W. B. Howard and rs. Frank
2T " Wrmy taking part.
derland will conduct th
Mrs. Ah E. Sun-
the lesson on Amer
ican history and the "Normans' In Eng
land" will be told In story form ..y mem
bers of the class.
Tn honor of Miss fMlth Shlnrock, the
delegate to the National Women's Chris
Han Temperance union convention at
Seattle, the Omaha Women's Christian
Temperance union will give a reception
at the home of Mrs. Alice Minlck, 4914
Davenport street, Wednesday afternoon
it 1:8k Mrs. Shlnrock will give a report
of the national meeting.
Frances Wlllard Women's Christian
Temperance union has postponed Its
meeting, which would come regularly on
Wednesday, owing to Thanksgiving.
This union will observe a day of prayer
on December 2 for national constitutional
" The Congressional union has completed
Its plans for Its demonstration In Wash
ington early in December for the Susan
B. Anthony amendment. Tuesday; De
cember 7, Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, on be
half of the committee of the Woman
Voters' convention, will give a reception
at the convention headquarters to Mrs.
Rnra Bard Field and Miss Frances Jol
llffe, the envoys who arrived by motor
iar from California the day previous.
ednesd.iy the advisory council of the
ongrcsslonal union will meet. Mrs. S.
M. Young of Montana la chairman on
i!i:eiiKemnts. Thursday the chairman
n lie ot!ier o fficers of state branches of
th- O n-:iesional union will meet. Sat
i.i Ji:y Mrs. Edward Breltung will give a
i;r.nor tit the e -invention headquarters at
( npirron house for the members of the
i r,nvcniioil. Monday, December 13, Is the
f'sy of the Pus&n B. Anthony pageant at
convention hall under the direction of
Miss Huxel MacKaye, chairman.
A rrogram on art will be given by the
Ivslno?a Women's club Tuesday evening
at 7 o'c'oik at the Young Women s Chris
tian association, following the weekljr
supper ut 6:15. ir. Nora M. Falrchlld
is president of tho business girls' or
A miscellaneous program, followed by
a luncheon, will be given by the oratory
department of the Omaha Woman's club
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the
Metropolitan hall. Miss Amy Woodruff
is Instructor and Mrs. W. C. Lambert
leader of the department.
Ttf Dundee circle of the Child Con
servation League of America will meet
Monday at the homo of Mrs. W. H.
Dale. Mrs. Lewis E. Doty will have
charge of tho program. Roll call will
be answered with oarrent events. Mrs.
L. Martin will hare a paper on "The
Lack of Revereno In American Children
and the Reason," and Mrs. W. E. Bur
roughs will have on on "Teaching Rev
ranee for God Through His Wonderful
Creation. " An Interesting feature of the
meeting will be the musical program pre
sented by children of the members. This
will Include vocal numbers by Frank and
Natalia Dale, and violin solos by Robert
Green and Hawthorne Arey. .
The Wyche Story Tellers' league will
bold Its meeting Tuesday afternoon at
418 at the publlo library Instead of
Thanksgiving day. Three Beowolf stories
and a Thanksgiving story will be told
under the leadership of Miss Agnes Mc
Elroy, Miss Vera Du Bols, Miss Louise
Schlndel and Miss Lillian Kropey tak
Dr. Richard Wyche of New York City,
president of the National fetory Tellers'
association, will come to Omaha about
December 8 or 9 to give a talk before, the
local league named In his honor. This
wilt be open to the public.
The. literary department cf the South
Side Woman's club will study the geog
raphy of Holland under the direction of
Mrs. W. S. Derbyshire, Tuesday after
noon at 7.31) o clock. Mrs. D. 8. Clark
will have as her topic, 'Topography and
lmate;" Mrs. Derbyshire, "Canals,
Dikes and Windmills," and there will be
a reading or ' The Leak in the Dike."
Five-minute talks will be given as fol
lows: Mrs. Byron Clow, "Rivers;" Mrs.
J. Pcarsley, "Soil. Minerals and Oems;"
Mrs. Northrup, "The Hague;" Mrs.
Oeorgo' McClinty, "Venice of the North
Amsterdam," and Mrs. R. E. Hod gens,
"H tterdam." Current events will be
given. I'rereding the meeting, at 1:S
o clock, Mrs. A. K. Cault will give a
parliamentary drill, which was an
nounced for the lat meeting.
v. The Benson Woman's club met Thurs
day rt the home of Mrs. M. Armstrong
The president named Mesdames C. A.
Y. Hooper and J. W. Welch as!
committee. An Invitation re -
eelved from the mayor to participate
the Is Inn of the cornerstone on Sunday
wss accepted and the club will attend
in a nooy. ine regular program on "Re
ligions" ws led by Mrs. W. A. Wilcox
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mtll give Its annual concert for the bene-
fit of the relief work fund, the evenings
of December S and ft. at the Young
Mens Christian association auditorium.
Mrs. Nellie Tonsy la president of the
orps and Mrs. Luella Waits, prominent
Detroit relief corps affairs, baa come
on to assist In the work.
The musical will be given by Wllmot
'Joodwln, baritone, with the assistance
TALKS TO WOMAN'S CLUB
Mrs. A .Kbivtison
f Maurice Warner, violinist, and Lee
Among the annual patrons of these af
fairs are Joseph H. Millard, W. H. T.
Belt, Frank T. Hamilton, J. A. Cavers,
W. O. TJre, I. W. Carpenter, J. L. Pax
ton, John Gentleman, A. L. Mohler, L.
E. Adams and Mayor Dahlman.
Lyrio Poetry of the Bible" will be
studied by the Dundee Woman's club,
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mra
B. A. Benson, Instead of Wednesday, the
change haying been made on account of
Thanksgiving. Mrs. George C. Young will
lead the program on the "Song of
Solomon," Miss Ida Johnston being in
charge of the current events.
Mrs A. F. Tyler will entertain the West
Omaha Mothers' Culture club, Friday aft
ernoon. Quotations on music will be
given, the readings, including great
thoughts of great minds cn musto. Mes
dames T. W. Cox, 'James Corr, W. N.
Baker, P. F. Bonorden, Blaine Truesdell
anj J. E. Dugan will give the readings.
Mrs. R. C. Dozler and Mrs. E. O. Ham
ilton will give musical studies from
Strauss and Chopin.
The Eermo dub will be entertained at a
1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mra
Frank Pflosterer Tuesday. Following the
luncheon, Mrs. C. W. Bergen will read
a paper on "Thomas Edison." The do
mestic science topic for the day will be
"Fish, Game and Poultry." each woman
contributing a household suggestion with
regard to each.
The current topics department of the
Omaha Woman's club will meet Tuesday
at 2:3o o'clock at the Young Women's
Christian, association assembly room. . A
half hour of parliamentary drill will pre
cede the meeting. Mrs. Msry I. Crelgh la
leader of the department.
Robert Browning's "Karshtsh" will be
studied by Mil Sigma under the direction
of Mrs. C. W. Axtell, Wednesday morning
at 30 at the home of Mrs. C. H. Balllet.
Mrs. Axtell will give the interpretation
'' the poem and Mrs. E. M. Axtell will
ln:lv tlie reading, the raising of Lazarus
from the dcr.d. from. John.
Chapter B. N. of the P. K. O. Sister-
i hood wlll'meet with Mrs. J. C. Buffing-
I ton Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
fThere wl'l be an Initiation with this com-
muiee in cnarge: juesaames . j, iiaJS-
call and E. L. Kilgore and Miss Clara
Mason, the president.
Thnea state federations of women
cl'Jbs went on record in one week
favoring the federal bill to prohibit the
shipment In Interstate commerce of child-
mada gQO(SlL er wertl Pennsylvania.
Indiana and New Jersey federation, rep
resenting more than 15.000 women. The
action taken by tiieae women is tfaa direct
'N .y. J y : tBrth i '"wrfiirWir'" M -'- -" T r I - -
mi sjajwaw ay, ' "' w sa 1 1 jrwu'TW ,-r wwwannwms;
result of the National Child Labor com-1
mlttee's second campaign for a federal
child labor law. The bill which the com
mittee has drafted will be introduced in
congress early in December.
Dr. Anna Shaw, president of tho Na
tional American Woman Suffrage asso
ciation wrote to William F. McCombs,
chairman of the democratic national com
mittee, asking permission for representa
tives of the association to appear before
the committee lit Washington December
T to discuss the possibility of giving wo
man suffrage "a real, and not a per
functory, hearing" at the democratta na
tional convention next year. Phe sent a
similar letter to Charles D. Hlllcs, chair
man of the republican national committee,
asking permission fof suffrage leaders to
appear before that committee when It
rileets In Washington December 14. The
meetings of the two committee In Wash
ington coincide practically with the an
nual convention of the national associa
tion, which will be held from December
14 to U, inclusive, .
While the three large eastern states
were voting on the suffrage Issue recently
polls taken In three eastern colleges re
turned favorable major! ties. Of tOU votes
east at Yasser college 841 were in favor
and 176 against suffrage.
An official straw vote taken at Welles
ley college gave 693 students and instruct
ors favorable, 139 opposed, S3 undeoided.
and IT Indifferent.
At Syracuse university five of the fac
ulty - expressed themselves as favoring
suffrage and three stood against it
Among the students 127 favorable votes
were cast and 17S adverse.
, The North Side Women's Christian Tem
' peranee union will meet with Mrs. Charles
A. Adams, 4730 North Fortieth street.
Friday, afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Reports
from the "dry" federation meeting at
Lincoln will be given by Mra. A. H. Rath-
C. F. Bossle. Omaha milk and dairy In
spector, and recently elected president of
the International Association of Milk and
Dairy Inspection at a meeting held in
Washington, will tell the political and
social eclence department of the Omaha
Woman's olub about the work done In
this city, as well as other cities. This
talk will be given Monday afternoon at
i:30 o'clock In the Young Women's Chris-
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morning at 10: o'clock at the Hotel
Fontenelle. Mrs. Arthur Crittenden
Htnlth is the president. The principal
business will be a report of the commit
tee headed by Mrs. lowrlo Clillds, which
hs In hand the matter of an oil por
trait of Logan fontenelle, which It Is
planned to hang In the ballroom of the
The annual Inspection of George Crook
Woman's Relief cotpa. No. M, will be
held Monday afternoon at I o'clock In
Memorial hall. Dcimrtnient l'resldent
Jessie C. Bennett will be Inspecting of
ficer. The George Crook con will en
tertain Miss Bennett at the home f
Mrs. Joseph Ferrell. 1911 North Twenty
fifth street, Monduy evening at f
The annual convenil-m of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society of the Omaha
district of" the Mothodlst Episcopal
Church will bo held In Benson Monday
and Tuesday of this week. Of particular
Interest on the pivgrnm will bo Miss
Mary B. Griffiths, mlnslonnry from
Japan. Miss Griffiths, who Is a sister
of Mra F. W. Stnllnrd. spent twenty-five
years at Yokohama and lllrosakl, and a
year in England. She arrived last even
ing, to be the guost of her sister.
Th officers of the district are: Presi
dent, Mrs. F. M. Bristol; first vice presi
dent, Mrs. I. 8 Leavitt; second vice presi
dent, Mrs. D. A. Foote; recording secre-
tary. Mra J. F. Pettegrew; treasurer,
Mrs. 8. I. Jetter; secretary of children's
work, Mrs. J. W. Mcdlln; secretary of
young people's work, Mrs. W. J. Irvine;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. F. W. Ptal-
lard,; conference secretary and treasurer,
Mr. C. A. Gates, University Place, Neb.
T. W. C. A. NcM,
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Christian associations snd for the Sunday
afternoon service the talk will be on the
suhject of the "Young Woman' Chris
tian Association the world Around, led
by Mrs. W. A. Wlllard. M'ss Grace
Poole will 4e tho soloist. The regular
service Is at 4:30 p. m., and following
that, at 6:30 p. m., Is the social hour.
This 1s Thanksgiving week and on
Thursday the bulldinir will ho open from
about 10 In the morning until t or 9:30 In
the evening. A good home Thanksgiving
dinner Is to be served for AO rent at 1
o'clock. In the evening a 10 cent buffet
lunch will be served and special enter
tainment will be planned for tho evening
There will be no classes on Thanksgiv
Miss Brewster will give the second In
her series of talks to gym girls on Mon
day night In the auditorium. These are
open only to member of the gymnasium.
At the noon day prayer meeting, Mr.
C. B. Wilson will be tho speaJter. This
meeting Is from 11:S0 a. m. until 2 p. m.
very Tuesday. .Lunch Is served -for 10
cents and the meeting follows. The Vol
unteers' hall Is the meeting place.
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