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TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BKK: KEHRUATIY 6. 1P16.
A theater party wu entertained at the
th-pheum Sunday by Mr. and Mr. Ralph
Toe Jolly High Five club wilt Le enter
tialned at the heme of Mra. Andreaon,
1819 South Elsrhth street. 'dneaday
In honor of Mr. and Mra. Howard
frtlchlson. whose marriage took place
Sunday afternoon. Mm. Alice Barrett en
'tertalned at dinner Monday evening.
Mra. Rlchison ha made Iter home In the
Barrett household for a long time.
The Klatter Klub was entertained at
the home of Mra. FVank Plnney. Friday
f last week. The afternoon was spent
at auction brtdu-e, five tables being
filled. Mrs. Bert Tlnney w awarded
the prUe for high score, and Mrs. Tyler
(O'Connor the "cut-for-all." At the close
'o fthe game, luncheon was served.
Last Friday evening the Fuller Ave
nue Kensington nun ana meir umuiM i
cave a delightrul hard-times' surprise ,
party on Mrs. John B. Ott, In honor of
her birthday. All time In costume, nnd
n hard-times' supper served in care-
tc-r.a style cloned the evening's enter-1
It i lament.
Anions t'.ie pictures exhibited nt tli !
iFuntencllc by the Fine Arts' ruck-ty o. ;
'Omaha, is a portrnll of ltoaannuh lieeit. .
Iti.e iittle daughter of Jui,je hiiI Mrs.;
Joieph R. lived, painted by Miss i;tl el ;
Evans, sinter of Mrs. Reel. Jllw l-.vansj ;
is well Known here as an able artln.
and the portrait is of much interest to
her man;' lriends.
xi r i. lit'Hslev entertained the
I Diversity club Wednesday afternoon.
The tiistory lesson on Braxil was reau
by Mrs. 1J. It. Witter, and also the ar
ticle from the Hayviiw in.iBiir.Inc, on
The lesi-eiidants of the lncas." Mrs.
HV, F. Arnold will be hostess Feb
ruary 16. '
The L. T. club was entertained at the
home of Mrs. Kmest Marsh of Omaha
I Wednesday afternoon. Visiting and sew
. ing occupied the fternoon, und refresh
ments were served at its close. Feb
ruary IS. the club will meet at the home
fof Mrs. Charles Loekwood. Ml South
Mrs. Don Fiori was hostess to tha J.
K. club Wednesday afternoon, when they
!met at the home of Mra. Elmer Long.
The afternoon was apent at "WO." Mra.
KJene Howe winning tha prlae for high
score, and Mrs. McMahon tha "cut-for-all."
After the game luncheon was
eerved. The next meeting, February 17,
1 will be held at the home of Mrs, L. R.
The Fortnightly Thimble, club m en
tertained at a three -course luncheon
Wednesday afternoon by Mra. D. B. Mil
ler. Besides the members, Mra. Miller
Comes to Make Her Home in Omaha Again
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had aa guests: Mra. A, D. Campbell, jr.,
Mrs. J. F. Mulholland. Mra. Olen MlHer,
Mra. J. O. Bennett and Mrs. King, ren
, ruary 16. th club will attend "Daddy
Lonsless." Instead .of the regular meet
ing. As a recognition of hers en-Ice to the
aiome Economlca department of tha
tCouncll Bluffs Womu'ii olub during
many years. Mra. El J. Towslea was)
sent as a delegate from tha club to at
tend tha short coura la home economlca
at Ames. She has been an aotlra worker
ever since the department was organ
ised, sixteen years ago, and has oon
- ducted many of . the . demonstrations
which have made the club famous.
In honor of Mr. -and Mrs. Hoxle Clark
, of Villa Belvidere. N. T, who are vlslt
' ing In Omaha. Mrs. EMiest Eldred Hart
, entertained at dinner Wednesday evening
. at her beautiful home, iilucreau xuupa
I and sweet pease made the table lovely,
and flowers were throughout the rooms.
Beside the guests of honor, covers were
' laid for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyman
I and Mra. Saulre of Omaha, and Mr.
and Mra. J. J. Heas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
! Test Stewart, and Messrs. Henry and
' Bldred Hart.
The Book levers held their "Wednes
day meeting at the home of Miss Rloe.
! The study of Thackeray's norveU "Pen
dennls," was begun, the outline being
' given by Mrs. O. D. P ami alee. The hls
! tory of the Pendennls family wae told
f by Mrs. C. 8. Lefferts, and she also
gave an account of Arthur's love affair
' with Miss Costlgan. A reading from
' Thackeray's lecture, "Charity and Hu-
mor," was given by Mrs. A, M. Jaok
; son. v Miss Rloe will again entertain the
club nest Wednesday.
The marriage of Miss Vine.- Harrod
. and Mr. Howard Rlahlaon, took place
Sunday afternoon at the parsonage of
'. the First Baptist church. Rev. J. J.
Hobblns, the, pastor, - of fldatla. The
bride's brother. Mr. Bpencer Harrod, and
bis wife, accompanied them, and after
the ceremony a wedding dinner was
served to relatives and a few friends
at their home. After a short trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Rlcblson will make their home
for the time with Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
Harrod. Mrs. Rlohlson has been a
, trained nurse here, and Mr. Rlchlson is
: a Union Padflo employe.
' The marriage of Miss Cleora Massey
, and Mr. Wlliam Cone, both of this city,
took place Wednesday afternoon at the
manse ef the Second Presbyterian
church. Dr. George Ray. performing the
ceremony. Mr. Cone's brother and his
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Vere Cone, attended
them. A number of prenuptlal parties
were given in honor of the bride dur
ing tha week, among them being a
kitchen shower at the home of Mrs.
Martin Daley, Monday afternoon, and a
miscellaneous shower, Monday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Massey.
Mr. and Mrs. Cone will make their home
at Ninth street and Seventeenth avenue,
after a short wedding journey.
Mrs. C D. Parmalee entertained the
Atlas club Tuesday afternoon. The cur
rent events discussion was led by Mrs
Parmaloe. Mrs. Elmer Bhugart gave a
caner on Queensland; Mrs. W. I.
Walker described the Island of Tas
mania, and Mra. Clem Kimball read a
paper on Bermuda. Miss Lucy Kimball,
who has Just returned from a trip to
Bermuda and who was guest of th
club, gave a very Interesting description
.of her trip. The study hour was fol
lowed by a social time and refreshments.
Tuesday afternoon the club will be en
tertained at luncheon by Mrs. Parmalee,
who will be assisted by Mrs. Elmer Shu
cart and Dr. Harriet Hamilton.
The art department of the Council
Bluffs Woman's club met at the library
Monday evening, with Mrs. Dolly
Burgess as leader. Continuing the study
of Westminster Abbey. Mrs. Emma In
galls, completed her toplo en the chapel
of Henry VII. She described It in much
detail. The chapel of Edward the Con
feasor, wee described by Mrs. Q. E.
Wslker. who spoke of the seventy stat
ues and other figures, and of the Coro
nation chair, which are in this chapel.
Mrs. J. E. Wallace spoke on the Poet
Corner of the Abbey, telling of the many
famous men, wtuxte memories are per
petuated tture, among which U a statue
to our own poet, Longfellow. Mrs.
Burgess described the Jerusalem Cham
ber, which Is noted as the death scene of
Henry IV, and is now the chapter house
of the Abbey. She also gave readings
from Addison and from Irving. The next
meeting will be held February 14.
The Ideal club met Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. George Damon. The
occasion was the election of officers,
after which refreshments were served
and the rest of the time was spent in
visiting. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, sr., was
re-elected president, Mrs. M. B. Moon as
vice-president, and Mra. Clara Bonham
as seqond vlce-preeldent. Mrs. W. H.
Dudley was retained as recording secre
tary, and Mrs. J. P. Organ was given a
life position as corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Robert Moth was eleoted treasurer,
and Mrs. W. B. .Richards, referee, while
Mrs. C. Hanthornr succeeds herself as
auditor. . After the business meeting,
Mlsa Rodna Hughes gave several piano
solos. Mrs. Damon was assisted in en
tertaining by Mrs. George Williamson,
Mrs. W, E. McConnelL Mra. J. W.
Smith and Miss Mary DeVol.. The next
meeting will be held at the borne of Mrs.
B. S. Tcrwilllger, Tuesday afternoon.
of the South Side
Charles 8. Hubbell returned Sunday
from Musatlne, la., where he has been
for two weeks, having been called there
by the death of his mother.
The Farmers' union of Ponca enter
tained its friends at the Ponca school
house last night by giving a play, "A
Noble Outcast." This is the first of a
series that will be given this year.
William Taylor returned Tuesday from
Alliance where he has been for some
time looking over farm lands with a
Tlew of purchasing and removing there.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church entertained at a leap
year party at the church parlors Friday
evening. A big dinner preceded the en
tertainment, the men folks preparing and
serving the meal. As the women had ad
vertised that handsome men Would wait
on the tables, the men decorated the
church with such signs as. "Please check
your husbands In the entry, I for Be,"
'Chicken table," "Pop at this table,"
"Notice, don't tip the waiters over f5
each," etc. Musical selections wound up
the evening's entertainment at wklch
over 200 were present. ' "
Mr. and Mrs. William Kindred returned
from 6torm Lake, la., Tuesday. They
have been visiting friends and relatives
there for the last two weeks.
J. E. Wolfe of Nebraska Olty visited
with friends here Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Mildred Krenser of North Bend,
Neb., is spending the week visiting her
grandmother at Rockport terrace.
H. H. Rohrs spent Monday and Tues
day in Tecumseh on business.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Parker are in
Haines City, Florida, where ihey will
spend the balance of the winter.
Mr; and Mrs. R. H. Olmsted have
moved to . Omaha for the balance of
The T. T. class of the Presbyterian
church will give a play, "The Old Maids
Return," at the Fontenelle building, Fri
day evening, February it.
The Eagles' Dancing club is planning
a big valentine dance for Tuesday even
ing, February 15.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K Lynch, who have
sold their place west of the city, ex
pect to move to Lawrence, Neb., soon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Comstock, who have
sold their farm, will move to Omaha.
John Krause has returned from a
week's visit with relatives In Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Karlbunde left
Thursday for Kennard. Neb., for a
Mrs. C, W. Shulce and her sister, Mrs.
Charles Henderson, left Wednesday for
Wausa. Neb., to see their sister, who
Is seriously ill.
Mr. and 'Mrs. M. L. Palmer and family
left Tuesday for Tulsa, Ok!., where they
will make their future home.
The Rebekahs will entertain at a box
social at their hall, Tuesday evening.
The St Mary's guild was entertained
by Miss Margaret King at her home, 311
Mrs. Thomas Moore Is able to be out
again after being, confined .to her home
for a few days with the la grippe.
The Woman's auxiliary of St. Martin's
church was entertained Wednesday by
Mrs. G. 8. Campbell at her home.
Mrs. E. L. De Lanney entertained at a
tea Friday afternoon. Mrs. De Lannoy
was assisted by Mrs. Marcus King.
Mrs. A. G. Currlns and son and Mrs.
Warren Jones of Blair are vieltlng at the
home of C. Hurd, 80S North Sixteenth
Mrs. William Davis will entertain the
New Century club at her home, 1424 North
Twenty-fourth street, sometime during
the coming week.
Miss Catherine Heafey and Miss
Threase Hemann wilt entertain the
Reglna club Wednesday evening at the
home of Miss Heafey.
Mrs. Wood entertained the Monday
Card club at her home Monday after
noon. The prices were won by Mrs. Note
and Mrs. Minor. Mrs. Cu minings will be
hostess at the next meeting.
Et. Martin's Danolnjr club gave another
of Its delightful dances Friday evening,
at the Rushing halL The patrons and
patronesses were: Messrs. and Mas
dames George Frances. F. E. Ames, H.
J. Peck and R. II. Dennis.
A delightful musical was given Wed
nesday afternoon by pupils of St. Brid
get's school, under the direction of the
Sisters of. Charity. About twenty young
people of the school participated In the
Mr. and Mra. R. O. Bagley entertained
Saturday evening. The house was deco
rated suggestive of Valentine day. Those
Messrs. and MeHdamea
R. A. Cant eel, Ed Robertson,
F. H. Lush, J. Robb.
U. C. Vermillion. Aldrich.
The Literary department of the South
Omaha Woman's club met Tuesday after
noon, In the public library hall. Mrs. E.
R. Leigh had charge of the meeting.
.Manners and Customs of Holland," was
the subjecttaken up. Mrs. Leigh talked
on "Dutch Pluck;" Mrs. H. J. Peck read
a caper on "Dutch Oddities in Custom
and Manners," and Mrs. W. A. Berger
talked about "Dutch Houses and Furni
ture." On account of the absence of Mrs.
W. A. Nilsche and . Mrs. M. P. Brenna,
their papers were read by Mrs. Peck.
A leap year dance given by the Reglna
club was one of the most successful
dances of the season. The hall was beauti
fully decorated with strings of red hearts
running from the corners of the hall to
the chandeliers. Everything suggestive to
valentine day, found appearence in the
decorations. The programs were made up
or rea hearts and the refreshments com
posed of red and white heart-shaped
waters. Blxty-flve couples were present.
a weaier party was given at tha
Orpheum theater Friday afternoon by
girls from tbe South Bide who are at
tending Bellevue college, complimentary
10 -mjss neien Tyner. who will not return
to Bellevue this semester. In the party
were Victoria Barr Dorothy Davis.
Katherlne Shanahan, Ruth Derbyshire,
Hulda Jetter and Helen Tyner.
A number of young people enloved a
bobsled party Monday evening. After the
ride through tbe country about the South
Bide the party met at the home of Mix
Alta Davis, where a supper was served.
In the party were:
The Saturday Whist club was enter
tained Saturday evening at the home of
Mrs. A. F. Snyder.
Mrs. P. McCabe will be hostess for the
lAufwcldersehen club on next Tuesday
Mrs. W. D. Yarton will be hostess for
the Foreign Missionary society on next
The Augustlna Luther league had a
soclsl and program at their church last
Wednesday evening. Rev. Johns of
Omaha had charge.
Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Levin and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Arthelony during the past week.
The women of the Presbyterian church
will give a Lincoln's birthday dinner in
the church basement on next Thursday
Miss Naomt Idin entertained the Kath
erlne chapter of the guild on last Monday
C. H. Bprague lias returned home from
a ten days' trip through Montana and the
Mrs. A. P. MoCarthy has returned from
today from a week's visit with relatives
In Surprise, Neb.
Miss Plokard will be hostess to . the
young: women of the Baptist churoh on
Friday evening, when a Phtlathea class
will be organised.
Mr. end Mrs. It. llelntxellman returnede
ety will meet Wednesday at tha ehureh.
Mrs. Charles Hansen and Mrs. P. F.
Hansen will be t ho hostesses.
The English Lutheran Ladies' Aid socl-
St. IjouIs, where she was called by the
death of a relative.
Mr. Will Miller has returned to his
home in Topeka, Kan., after a visit at
the J. D. Bullock home.
Rev. Mr. Ataok, formerly pastor In
this place, visited old friends here on
Mm. J. Goodwin of Dakota City, Neb.,
was a guest last week of Mrs. 10. J.
The Woman's club will meet In a mu
sical session Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Harry Rlvett.
Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Jensen of Keystone
Park entertained the Soolal olub at their
home Tuesday evening.
The English Luther league social will
be hold Wednesday evening at the churoh.
A program will be had and refreshments
Miss Grace Hildreth arrived from Ex
eter, Neb., to spend some time visiting
with her sister, Mrs. A. L. Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paddook are visit
ing with friends and relatives In Sioux
City, la. Mr. Paddock returns today.
Mra. J. L. Oorbaley entertained for six
little folks Thursday afternoon In honor
of Bemioe Corbaleys birthday.
The Baptist Missionary circle gave a
shadow picture party at the Commercial
club Thursday evening. Games and music
followed the rlotures.
Mlrs. Charles Nolan of Olen Park was
hostess for the Kensington club at her
home Wednesday, when a pink luncheon
wss seived to the guests.
Messrs. Gillespie and Mctilssson enter
tained their Sunday school classes at a
skntlng party Tuesday evening. The boys
present were, Will Noqulst, Clyde and
inland Vsn Horn. Oifford Base. Clarence
(Hitting. Irwin Williams. Sidney and Carl-
ton McOlasson. .
Hostesses for Indies' Aid societies the
Inst week were. Mrs. F!. J. Whistler for
the Methodist. Mirs. t T. Oleson for the
Anvuvtlim l.nthersh and C. Anderson
for the Presbyterian on Wednesday and
Mecsrn. John Neilhsn aiid O. BnmnaiT,
who were felled hre by the serious sick
ness of Mrs. K. P. O'Connor, have re
turned to their homes, her aleler, Mr.
llsrrett, will remain while Mrs. O'Connor
Is slowly reco erlng.
The Heptlsl hrotherhocd met In the
Coiiiiueiclsl hull 1st Miindny evenlnn for
lection of officers, who are: President.
H. Fletcher; vl.-e president. F. B. Oliver;
aecretary-tress'irer,. O. A. Kelley; tha
others are Messrs. C. H. Hurrill. W. K.
Hopkins, O. McOulre. Klden Benson and
J. T. Picks rd. -
MUSICAL PROGRAM AT THE
IMMANUEL BAPTIST, TONIGHT
The nma :! pro(i?,vit at 1 ninsnu1 Pan
tint vhurrh, Taenty-fourllt and Hlnney
streets, tonlvh' f.'llnws:
Prelude-"Msrche Solonelle" Gounod
Anthem 'Savior When Mahl In
volves the Skies'' Shilley
Chorus v'S i tetSopi no. K.rnia Stld
Imm; altn. Mrs. H M, Oeorge; tenor.
Van Ferry; has lUht llnn.
Anthem ), Love !;ine', Herwal
Anthem Surely Have Built Thee -
An House Trltnmell
Tenor oIiIIrhio. Ilav f'prten; baritone
solo. M. K. Mule.
Solo -O. Lord. He Merciful" Bartlelt
Anthem "The Lord Chord" flulllvan
Anthem "Hark. My Soul" Shelley
Soprano obllfrato, Thyra JobanaOn;
nlto solo. Orace Norlhrup.
Tiio"Twllighf '. Abt
Hopranoe Thyra Johanson and Mln-,
na Htedlnaerr alto, Ktta Young
Miss Johanna Anderson, Director.
Miss Mildred Clauson. Organist
COMMISSION MAN HURT BY
FALL FROM FREIGHT CAR
Jacob Alexander, well known oommls
alon merchant, foil from a frelarht ear
which he was Inspecting Friday, and
sustained painful injuries. He was taken
to his rooms at the Millard hotel.
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Fifty Years Wedded Life Tuesday
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Two Damage Suits
Result of Shooting
Two damage suits growing out of the
accidental shooting of Hans Lcrentien,
1 years old, by Norval Petersen, a boy
companion, on a farm in ll irt county,
have been filed in district court. The
youns man asks fVt damages of younf
Petersen's father and Hans Ir.nCiin.
senior, i.ai sued for fl.ttl
Doris Van Kant,
Helen Van Kn
William Graham, Milton Chrietenson,
Alfred Nelson, Ouy tinlsh.
Bryan Nixon. (Harold 8hamholts.
Dudley Ingram, Elmer Tlanell,
I. D. KYLE OF UNION PACIFIC
IS GIVEN A PROMOTION
A new offloe, that of chief clerk ef the
executive department, has been created
at Union Paolflo headquarters, and
Irving D. Kyle, private secretary to
President Mohler, selected as the man to
Mr- Krle has been with President
Mohler as his private secretary practic
ally all the time emoe the latter has been
president of the Union Paelfla, The ap
pointment Is regarded as a promotion.
T. M. Orr will continue as assistant to
ths president, but he will be relieved ef
much of the detailed routine that will be
turned over to Mr. Kyle. Mr. Kyle goes
with President Mohier on the trip to
the coast, but upon his return be will
take up the duties of the ne position
an. I a ilvit secretary to the president
11 then be named.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Tagg, HM
North Twenty-fifth avenue, will have
been married fifty years on Tuesday.
They were married at Lee Center, 11L,
and moved to Nebraska in tha spring of
18TL settling on a farm in York county,
where they resided until 1877, when they
moved to, Waco. Neb., living there until
1908 when they moved to their present i
location In Omaha. They will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary next
Tuesday evening when a public reception
will be held for them at the home of W.
B. Tagg, 3715 South Twenty-fifth street,
from to 10 o'clock, to which their
friends are invited.
Mr, and Mrs. Tagg have three children
living, all of whom will be at the cele
bration. Mrs. D. D. 'Ashley, whose home
now is in New York City, Is here on a
visit and will remain for the event. Two
sons, A. W. and W. B. Tsgg, are engaged
in business at the stood yards and have
resided on tbe Houth Side for many
years. One other son, Harry Tagg. who
passed away six years ago, will be rep
resented by his son, Harold E. Tagg, and
his. Harold E. Tagg, jr., who Is a
greab-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
C Tagg. In the family of Dr. and Mrs.
Ashley there are three children, namely,
Homer C. Ashley, Dexter D. Ashley. Jr.,
and Helen C. Ashley. In the family of
W. B. Tagg there are three children,
namely. Richard V. Tsgg, William L.
Tagg and Mary Elisabeth Tagg. In the
family of the late Harry Tagg is Harold
E. Tagg and Lowell Tagg and one great
grandchild. Harold H. Tagg. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Tagg came to
Nebraska In tha early day when tha Bur
lington railroad only ran as far ss Kew-
ard and they made their trip from Sew.
ard west to their rlalm in York county
In a covered wavon. In the early day
Mr. Tsag bought grain did hauled It to
8eaid, and later when the railroad
tul't ml he n.uitd hli' business to Waco
T. C. TAjCTO
and there bought grain and live stock
for several years, and later ran a hard
ware. Implement and general store.
Thomas C. Tagg was born at OranthenY.
Kugland, while Mrs. Tagg, whose maiden
name mas Mary Bodine, wae born at Port
Rlrhmond, Ptaten Island. Mr. Tagg first
met Mary Bodine in Kentucky where he
was serving as a soldier In the union
army and she was teaching school. When
the war was over they were married.
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Jeweled, either white or gold dial, JA 7C
MS Scarf Plij,
solid rold, Rna
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full or write Tor Cstalog So. it. Phone Douglas 144 and salesman
M re II Open tkatlv Until 8 W. M. faturdays till StSO.
The Old Reliable. Original
Diamond and Watch Credit House
Mala moor, Olty sTaUoaal Bank Block,
40t South '16th Btreat, Omaha.
Opposite Burgees-Bash Oo, Department ton.
A NEW FURNITURE
STORE FOR OMAHA
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Will Open Soon
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