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niK omaiia Sunday bee: march 12, 1916.
Doing in the World
1Tb literature department of the Omaha
Voman's club meets Wodnwday morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the Young Women's
hrlstlan association. The study will be
sirowuing's "Plppa rasses." to be given
tinder the leadership of the club presl
!ent. Mra. K. M. Syfert. assisted by Mr,
foeorge B. Parr, who -will tell the story.
Member of the Brotvnlng club, including
Moidtmci r. M. Garratt. F. P. Poollttle
and Lamoresiix, will Rive excerpt from
the three part f the play'. Mlaa Gertrude
! Miller will sing several of the sons.
I Tennyson chapter of the Chautauqua
(fclrcle will meet Monday with Mi. A. E.
'Iaclc. IX Turk avenue. Roll call response
will be quotations from Eugene Field
find Richard Watson Glider. The lesson
tn American Ideals will be led by Mr.
Mach. Mr. E. O. Wanton will read a
faper on the three stars, Vega, Altalr
ind Dencb. Mra. W. B. Howard will
(Rive a sketch of the life of Gilder and
extracts from his poems.
Chapter E of the I. E. O. Sisterhood
a-ll be entertained at 1 o'clock lunch
won at the home of Mrs. Thomas It. Mat
ten. 11S South Thtrty-nlnlh street. Thurs
day. Following the luncheon a program
on "Art'' will be riven. Mrs. Matters will
tread a paper on "Madonnas" and Mra.
- George B. Eddy on "Music."
1 The next meeting of Chapter ft. N. of
the P. E. O. Sisterhood will be held
j Thursday instead of Saturday of this
Week at the home of Mr. J. C. Buffng
,ton. Mrs. Klllian of Kearney, the state
'organizer, will be the guest of the club
and a buffet luncheon will be served.
.l!ri Fred Lehnhoff will speak on "P. E.
!. Alma and Dulles."
I Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent will apeak on
I "Mothers' Tenson Work" before the Mil
I ler Park Mothers' clrole Wednesday after
' noon at the home ef Mrs. Qulsenberry,
I Twenty-seventh and Crown Point avenue.
The next reeharsal for "The District
. School," which will be presented by this
club later In the spring will be Monday
I evening at the home of Mra Qua Hol
low. Tuesday evening members of the
circle will he hostesses
at the baby
I health exhibit.
; The business women's noonday lunch
, eon and prayer meeting, which Is held
i each Tuesday at the court house between
It and I o'clock, will be In charge of the
women who are sponsoring the baby
I health exhibit at the ccurt house this
t week. Mrs. K. XI. 3. Edholm and two
(other speakers will give health talks.
Luncheon will be served by women from
The Women's Christian Tempersnce
union of Benson meets Friday at tha
home of Mrs. 15. C. Hotld-r. This will
be red letter day In honor of Neal Pow'g
The Woman's Foreign Mlaslonary so
ciety met at the home of Mra. Charles
Anderson In a midyear "pocketbook" ces
sion and papers on "Tithing" and "Free
Olvlng" were read,' with a general dis
The Baptist Missionary circle meets
Thursday, when Mi-s. Burrill and Mrs.
: Markham will lead. Mrs. Madison of
i Grace Baptist church will be present to
1 glv readings, i
j The B. I 8. club of Benson met in
, business and social session at St. Bern
ard's hall Thursday afternoon.
Tha Benson Woman's club met Thurs
day at the. home of Mrs. N. II. Tyson.
Mrs. J. W. Welch led on the toplo ct
I painting. Three papers were read toy
! Mrs, John Speedle, Mrs. C. A. Tracy and
Mrs. Mhrt Armstrong. During the busi
' ness session it was decided to appoint a
j committee of five to revise the oonstltu
I tlon. Mans to beautify tha city this
! spring were reported by the elvto com.
, mlttee. Mrs. W. E. Weekly of Valley
i and Mrs. Ralph of Dundee were special
Dutch art and architecture will furn-
ish the program for the literature de
partment of the South Omaha Woman's
i club, Tuesday afternoon at IJbrary halt
Mrs. W. M. Davis, leader of the program.
will read a paper on "Rembrandt, the
Portrait Painter:" Mrs. V. A. Cressev,
"Origin and Character of Dutch Schools j
of Art;" Mrs. C. F. Oliver, "Cuyp, Land-
scape Painter," and Mrs. H. C Ver-1
mlllon, ' uyke Museum. " Five minute
talks on the Haarlem cathedral, winter
, palace. Old Dutch prison and wind mills
' will be given by Masdames George Brown.
P. S. Moore, M. F. Reynolds and W. O.
The North Bide circle of the Child Con-
nervation league wilt meet at the home
of Mrs. C. J. Wonder, 8S0O Fowler ave-
nut, Friday at 2 o'clock. A program on
"Civics," will be given. Roll rail response
will be quotations from "Brotherhood"
In Foundation Stones. A paper 'Toor En
vironment and Misdirected Energy as the
Great Factor In Crime." wilt be read by
Mrs. C H. English; a paper, "The Open
School House as It Social Center; What
Rochester, N. Y., has Accomplished." by
Mrs. N. Fenger, paper, "A National Con
ference on Social Centers" by Mrs.
Charles Foley, and report regarding work
In this stste for social centers, by Mrs.
J. P. Sheeran.
"Bands From the Hour Glass" is a little
book Just off the press, by Viola Burgess
Wk-kham of Council Bluffs and Omaha.
It contains some gems of poetic beauty,
some plaintive notes of longing and ex.
prestons of a deep trusting faith In the
future beyond thl life. Mrs. Wlckham
has shown In her verse an imagination
iindulled by experience, tni a facility for
expression that Is peculiarly graceful and
fragrant in its Imagery. The volume Is
. handsomely printed and bound In limp
leather, presenting meet artistically the
treasures it holds.
The March general meeting of the As
sociation of Collegiate Alumnae will be
held Saturday afternoon, at t.W o'clock
at tha Commercial dub. The program,
which follows the business meeting, will
be In chsrge of the story tellers' section.
Miss Charlotte Graves wUl toll "The
Other Wise Man" and Miss Ruth Thomp
son a humorous story.
Rabbi Frederick Colin will speak on
"What Should America Man In Its Best
Eeruse?" at the March meeting of the
Omaha chapter. Daughters of the Amer
ican Revolution, Tuesday, at tb home
of Mrs. W. A. Bmlth, Thirty-ninth and
Farnam atreets. Miss Mabel Allen will
slug several selections.
About 300 women gathered at the Ben
son Odd Fellows' hall Friday afternoon
to listen to a program given by the club
women on babv health. Paoera denlctln
me life of children from the time they
are hula ptnk bundles to tbe time wher.
Ib. y become cltliens were read by six
OAST OF "SPREADING THE NEW3," BY ORATORY DEPARTMENT, WOMAN'S CLUB Seated, left to right:
Mrs. Josephine Neely, Mrs. L. M. Lord, Mrs. David M. McGahey, Mrs. Emanuel Oehrle. Standing, left to right: Mrs.
Grant Williams, Mrs. W. 0. Lambert, Mrs. T. II. Tibbies, Mrs. Lois J. Cochrane, Anna Roberts.
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women. The program was followed by a
buffet luncheon, served in the dining
room from one , long ' table, deoorated
beautifully in the club color of gold and
white. The officers of the club acted as
the reception committee. The papers read
at the baby day reception were by Mea-
dames F. B. Oliver, W. H. trfwenner.
J. W. Welch, W. F. Vernor and E, C.
.Th Clio Study club will be entertained
at the home of the Misses Fannie and
Rose Orodlnsky this afternoon. The lea
son will be relative to the European war.
The home economics department of the
omiht Woman's elub will abandon Its
regular meeting Thursday morning, but
I will have charge of Thursday afternoon
program at the bat y health exhibit.
I The board of directors of the Soolal
I Settlement association will meet at tha
I Settlement house Wednesday aftornoon
1st i o'clock to elect officer for the opm-
The monthly business meeting of the
I Visiting Nurse association board of dl-
restore will be held Wednesday morning
1st 10:30 o'clock in the association rooms
I at the city hall.
Mrs. E. McEarhron will be hostess for
tha Clio club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
W. Merrow will lead the Ifsson. which
la on a Bay View course of study.
The General II. W. Lawton auxiliary
to the Spanish War Veterans will hold
lta regular ' meeting at Memorial ball
"The Oreat Vnrest" will be the theme
for study by the Dundee Woman's club
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Allen
Koch. Katherlne Oeroulde "Wesen
donck". Henry K. Wf hater's "The New
Technique" and Alice Brown's "The Mld-
Vlctorlan" will be discussed under the
leadership of Mrs. K. A. Beardsley,
sUted by Mrs. Charles Leslie and Mrs,
W. T. Johnson. Mrs. J. P. Palmer will
lead the discussion m current events.
Humorous stories will be told Thursday
afternoon at the public library by the
Omaha Story Tellers' league. Mrs. Wll
Ham 11. Dox. 'leader of the program, wilt
tell "Much Shall Have Little and Little
Shall Have More." by Howard Pyle; Mrs.
M. T. Jjiwrence. O Henry s "The Lady
High Vp": Mrs. P. 11, Prltchard. Mark
Twain's "Huckleberry Finn", and Miss
Josephine Grant. "The Annexation of
Cuby." by Alice II. Rice.
The closing lecture in tbe Fine Arts
society course, one of the best ever given
In the city, will be a lecture on "Renals.
sanre Sculpture," by Lorado Taft of Chi
rago, Tuesday afternoon at I o'clock at
Hotel Fontrnelle. Mrs. William Q. Ure
is chairman of the program committee
which arranged the lectures. A business
meeting for the election of officers for
the coming year wilt be held March U
and the annual meeting of the society
Louis IL Wetmore, former literary ed
Hor of the New York Tlmea, and a writer
and lecturer of note, will lecture under
j the auspices of the Sacred Heart Alum
I cae aaaoclation Monday afternoon at 3 !)
' o'clock. Mr. Wetmore s subject w ill be
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"Heretics and Orthodox tn Modern lit
erature," Including criticisms by suoh
eminent authorities as Bellalre Belloo. O,
K. Chesterton, Robert Hugh Benson, H,
O. Wells, Bernard Shaw, Francis Thomp
son and others with whom Mr. Wetmore
was personally acquainted.
The literature department of the Busi
ness Women's elub will give an "evening
with Eugene Field" 'Tuesday evening at
the Toung Women's Christian association
under the leadership oi- Miss Mabel Ken
die, who will be assisted by Miss Kittle
Worley. Roll call response will be quo
tations from Field and a revlow of his
life will be given. Poems and songs of
Field will be given by Miss Mabel Mel
cher and Miss Grace Pool.
"Reciprocity Day" will be observed by
the Woman's club of the Railway Mall
Service Wednesday afternoon under the
leadership of Mrs. D. C. Dodds. Miss
Nora Frltchoff is the hostess and roll
call response will be to tbe question,
"What does our club moan to met"
Mrs. H. C. Sumney will present her
plans for an antl-spltting campaign be
fore the Monmouth Park Mothers' club,
Tuesdsy afternoon at the home of the
president. Mrs, Frances Kerrigan, 327
Mra. W. C, Lambert, leader of the
oratory department of the Omaha Wom
an's club, announces the casts for the
two plays to be presented Monday, fol
lowing the business meeting of the club.
Miss Amy Woodruff Is directing the pro
ductions: The Ind of Heart' Desire," by W. B.
Yeats. The cast:
Introduction Miss Amy Woodruff.
The cast: i
Mrs. J. M. Mullen
i Mrs. F. N. High
Mrs. Frank Hol
..Mrs. O. W. Malstorm
Mrs. O. Y. Krlng
....Miss Lorena Leeka
(a) "When the Dew is Falling
(b) "Belteva M If All Those Fndear-
mg young charms. ...N, Clifford Pago
tiiadys limine c namlm s (courtesy
Mr. P. O'Neill).
Miss Eva Nelson, Accompanist.
Spreading the News," by Lady Gregory.
Bartley Fallon Mra. A. C. Roberts
Mrs. Fallon Mrs. I J. Cochrane
Jack Smith Mrs Grant Williams
Shawn Karly Mrs. T. H. Tibbies
tm cascy Mrs. w. c. I.amoert
amca Uvan ....Mrs. D. M. Mc.dahey
Mrs. Tnipoy... Mrs. R. Oehrle
Mrs. Tully Mrs. Josephine Neely
Joe Muldoon (policeman). Mrs. S. A. Collins
Magistrate, Mrs. i M. i,ora
Neighbor Mrs. F. H. Wrey
NeiKhbor Mrs. Louis Hammers
The story tellers' section of tha Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae will meet
Wednesday at 4 o'clock with Mtaa Elisa
beth Mitchell, S207 -Castelar street. A
modern American story, an Indian legend
and a Hindu cradle tale will be told by
Miss Jean Rae, Miss Marie Hodge and
Mlas Pauline Rosenberg.
The Dundee circle of the Child Con
servation league, together with the North
Side circle, will meet Monday afternoon
at tha baby health exhibit Jn the court
SHE HAS JUST PUBLISHED VOL-
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CINCINNATI MATRON GUEST OF
fiis, Wa Vdde dinger
house, instead of having
Prof. Paul H. Grummann, director of
the School of Fine Arts, University of
Nobraska, will give the second of a aeries
of lectures on "The Later Ibsen" at the
city halt Monday at 4 o'clock. "A Doll's
House" and "The Lady from . the Bea"
are the two dramas Prof. Grummann will
use a examples. The lecture series Is
under the direction of the Drama league.
Browning's "The Ring and the Book"
will be studied by Mu Sigma under the
leadership of Mrs. George W. Noble on
Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs.
Waits Bquler. Mrs. Lavender will out
line the story, Mrs. Peterson will give
a historical sketch of Pope Innocent XII
and his times, and Mrs. Bquler "Pom
phyllla." Mlaa Jessie Towns wilt lecture
on "Tha Ring and tho Book" at a later
meeting of the club.
Mrs, W. IS. Rarkley of Lincoln., state
suffrage president and one of the three
chairmen in charge of the Mississippi
valley suffrage conference to be held In
Minneapolis May 7. S. t and 10, believes
this will be one of the strongest confer
ences yet held by this organisation. More
than 300 delegates are expected to attend
Among the noted speakers to be there
are: Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. tbe
newly elected president of the national
association; Catherine Waugh McCulloch
and Harriet Vlttum, prominent Chicago
women; Julia Lathrop, head of the chil
dren's bureau of the United States De-
parti, nt of Labor; Zona Gale, popular
writer, and Kate Gordon, famous south
Mrs. Barkley hua been asked to lead In
a study of "The Soclo-Prellmlnary Sur
vey of Congresalcnal Districts by Coun
ties." This will Include study of the
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ate enough to secure another very limited supply of small
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rwork of making a geographical and na
tivity survey, tabulation and study of
groups, selection of leaders and measur
ing tha affirmative and opposition
Mrs. Draper Smith of Omaha, ex-etykte
president, has been asked to talk on "Uni
fying Allied Strength for Action."
There are twenty-one states whose suf
frage associations participate In the Mis
sissippi valley conference.
. Y. W. C. A. Notes.
The vesper service today is in charge
of Mr. Walter Graham, who has arranged
a musical service with the following pro
gram: Awakening Chorus Gabriel
Chorus from choirs of Hgnscom Park
McthodUt and Ixwo Avenue Presby
terian churches under direction of Mr.
"The Publican" Van de Water
Mr. Lynn Sackett.
"My Redeemer and My Lord" Buck
Miss Marie French.
"My Anchor Holds" Townef
Mr. Carl Morgren.
"In The, O Lord, I Put My Trust"....
MIhs Gertrude Alkin.
"Holy Art Thou" Handel
' At the social hour Miss Laura Hyde Is
hostess. Light refreshments are served.
The bookcases In the sssociatlon library
have been opened so that books may be
taken at any time. If they are taken
from the building it must be reported to
the general office.
It has been some time since the asso
ciation has had a general party, but on
March 17 the social committee, of which
Mrs. A. L. Gordon is chairman. Is plan
ning a St. Patrick's day party. The com
mittee asks that everyone wear some
thing green. Every woman In the city
Is invited to these parties whether she is
a member of the association or not. Fur
ther details of the arrangements will be
given later In the week.
: The class In aesthetic dancing is still
open for registrations.
OLD FIDDLERS' CONTEST AT
Y. M. C. A, THIS MONTH
. An Old Fiddlers' contest will be held at
the Young Mian's Christian association
Monday ' evening, ' March 27. AH con
testants must be men (0 years of age or
older. No one younger need apply for
entrance. Write Young Men's Christian
association social committee, Omaha.
Entries must be in by March IS, Saturday.
Three prizes will be awarded: First
prize, gold medal; second prize, silver
medal; third prize, bronze medal.
This has been one of the old people's
soolal eventa every year for the last five
years. Entrants have coma In from all
parts of Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Ne
braska. It Is really one of the most en
joyable social events for old folks that
comes to Omaha. -
All sorts of muslo is played everything
from the old-fashioned hoe-downs to the
most sacred music. The audience la the
Judge of the winner, balloting for the
winner at the close of the entertainment.
Each man is limited to playing five min
utes. How to Care Colds.
Avoid exposure and drafts, eat right,
take Dr. King's New Discovery. It kills
and destroys the cold germs. Alt drug
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exceptionally low, .we make
Ice Gorge in the
Platte River at
Mercer Breaks Up
The high water and Ice gorge In the
Platte river that caused the Union Pa
cific considerable inconvenience Friday
In the vicinity of Mercer, east of Fre
mont, has disappeared. The water has
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receded rapidly and Is now running
evenly in the channel.
Railroad officials report that there is
considerable channel ice still running in
the Platte, but that it la broken up to
such an extent that no more trouble Is
Officials assert that so far as the spring
freshets are concerneJ there is how no
cause for alarm. Out in Nebraska along
the lines of the Northwestern, the t nlon
Pacific, the Burlington, the Bock Island
and the Missouri Paclflo the streams are
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RUTH Sf. A. I regret very much you
could not get at ,ve drug store the sin
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