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THE BEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. Arr.IL 3. 1022.
Clubdom H To Be June Bride
Club Women Raise $350
' Toward Building: Fund.
Proceeds front the Omaha
Woman's club benefit card parly
1 ri'Uy afternoon in the Draiidcl,
rill room aniouutril In IRv mrmrA
ing to Mr. John K. Golden, chair
man of the house and home commit
tee. I'riei were wn by Mrs. Horn.
er Shearer. Mis I-niters Knhimn
lendmei I. S. ZipM, C, II. Mal!i
son. Van II. Lady, I, II. MJdmore,
J. II. Martin. V. U, Lamb, I'd win
PautllfrlV. I. I. llfalrv. Katnli
oad. Wrhstcr Mills, Ldith Lewis,
l .. l I lain. I. I'. ( nit lrv. Rav
Owen, O. 1'etcrson and Mis Amu
The lnme and home committee
hit raided aPtiroxiinatev $.150 to
ward the club building fund in the
lt year Ironi lunchcom and card
Omaha Woman's Club.
The Omaha Woman' chib will
tloe the pcjkou with a business
niettinn Monday, 2M p. in., in bur-
firfts-isasn amlitoriiim. Annual re
ports will be given and drlrgatei will
report on the Second district con
Duel for next vrar may be paid
lo the treasurer. Mrs. I. II. C rail
c'orlc. at this meeting. Mr. Crd-
dnrk, who has served faithfully and
efficiently a treasurer for the past
two year, has handled more than
SJO.OOO, including the club building
Junus, during her term of omcc.
Die uet-Acquainteu club meets
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the
l'irt I'nitarian church. Turner
boulevard and Harney street. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank R. Hoagland will
be host and hostess.
A musical program will be given
by Reagan's orchestra, which will
include violin solos by John Reagan
and Carl ISruechcrt. This will be
followed by games and community
singing. The cub is nonsectarian. All
strangers and lonely folk welcome.
Nebraska at the
By ANNIS C. SORENSON.
A Nebraska woman. Miss Grace
Abbott, formerly of Grand Island,
presided at the opening meeting of
the I'an-American conference in
Baltimore. Thursday, April 20.
Miss Abbott is chief of the chil
dren's burean of the United States
Bureau of Labor, and the morning
session of the conference was de
voted to the subject of international
and Tan-American work for child
The League of Women Voters of
Nebraska is well represented at the
conference, which will he followed
by the annual convention of the
League of Women Voters. All the
delegates from Nebraska had not
yet arrived, but on the opening day
"-iliere-appeared at the registration
desk Mrs. Charles Dietrich of Hast
ings, who is one of the seven region
al -directors; Mrs. C. G. Ryan of
Grand Island, who is state director;
Mrs. Edgar Scott of Omaha, who is
the alternate for Mrs. Draper Smith;
Mrs. Frank Babcock of Hastings,
and from- Lincoln, Mrs. W. E. Bark
ley, Mrs. Rachel Cams, Mrs. John
Baird and Mrs. C. A. Sorensen.
One of the outstanding features
of the conference was the exquisite
English of most of the South Amer
. ican delegates. If Nebraska sends
delegates to the coming Pan
American conference, which meets
in Brazil late next summer, will she
reciprocate in speaking the language
of that country?
To encourage the production of
literature within the "state, the
Omaha Woman's Press club con
ducts an annual contest for Ne
braska writers, in which cash awards
made as follows:
Short story, maximum length 5,000
words, first prize, $40; drama, one
act, first prize, $30; miscellaneous
prose, maximum length, 1,500 words,
poetry.niaximum length, 24 lines,
first prize, $20; poetry, maximum
length, 24 lines, first prize, $20.
v Honorable mention shall constitute
' second prize. . ,
' In submitting manuscripts, it is
understood that no rights, whatso
ever, are sacrificed whether or not
the contestant wins a prize. - ,
The conditions of the contest are:
1. Length limitations must be obsrrved.'
3 Manucrlpts must not previously
hva ppared In print. .
5. Manuscripts shall be Judged in the
class In which they have been submitted
v 4. A contestant Is at liberty to enter
In each class, but may not submit more
than one manuscript In any class.
6. The conteatanfs name In a sealed
envelope must accompany the manuscript;
also, a stamped self-addressed return en-
. velope. ,
6. The competition closes November 1,
The judges m the short story
prose and poetry classes are to be:
Victor Smith of the Omaha Bee,
Rolland Jones of the World-Herald
and Neal Jones of the Omaha Daily
News; in the drama, W. E. Byrne of
the Orphenm, Keene Abbott and
Charles Docbcrty. "
' Address all manuscripts, as well as
all inquiries to. Laura McLaughlin
Enuis. 4324 Farnam street, Omaha,
- Neb., chairman of contest committee.
Fourth and Fifth
The seventeenth annual conven
tion of the Fourth district, Nebraska
Federation of Women's Clubs, will
be held in Geneva, Monday and
Tuesday of this week, by invitation
of the Geneva Woman's club. Amer
ican citiienship will be the theme
of the meeting. Miss Eftie Dctrick
of York, president of the district, will
preside. New officers will be elected
Mrs. A. J. Jenison, Harvard, presi
dent of the Fifth district, will pre
side at the sixteenth annual confer
ence of the Fifth district, to be held
in Minden Thursday and Friday of
this week; -Minden Woman's club,
hostess. "Know Americ a Be
Americas," if the convention slogan.
r t N r
The engagement of Mis Mae
O'Conncll, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John O'Conncll of Underwood,
la., and Waller William Hove, son
of Mrs. John Hoye of this city, has
been announced. 1 lie wedding is to
take plare the latter part of June.
Mis t Lonuell attended Council
Bluffs High school and St. Josephs
academy. She is an accomplished
violinist. A tea was given Saturday
in her honor by her sister. Miss
Emma O'Conncll, at their home in
Scottish Rite Entertainment
The Scottish Rite Woman's club
will present a musical program Fri
day afternoon. 2 oclock. at the Scot
tish Rite cathedral.. The program
will include vocal solos by Mrs. K.
B. Tedrow; readings, Mrs. L. E.
Stolestark: dance, the Misses Ethel
and Ruth Mick, and a playlet, "Mrs.
Busby s Pink Tea. by members ot
Chapter E of tie 1'. E. O. Sister.
Members may invite guests.
Rates to Biennial
Tin biennial convention of the
General Federation of .Women's
tlubi will bt held at Chautauqua,
New York, June 19 to Jo. Mrs. I lor-
enci floors of Tom, chairman of
tht program committee, announce!
that the keynote of the program will
be: "Woman at Work."
It is to be hoped that Nebraska
will send a Urge delegation. The
state federation is entitled A 14 dele
gates, the pretidsnt of theirate and
all the district presidents are dele
gates ex-ofncio: the other state
delegates were etected at the Seward
Nebraska has about 80 clubs in di
rect membership; these clubs are en
titled o the following representa
tion: One delegate for 100 or les.
two for 200. and one delegate tor
each additional 2lK).
The railroads have granted rates of
one fare and a half for the round
trip, tickets may be purchased at your
home office and are good from June
15 to July 6. These tickets are to be
purchased on the certificate plan.
which is as follows: A sufficient
number of certificates for the entire
state will be sent to the chairman of
transportation, Mrs. John Slaker,
Hastings, and she will forward to
clubs entitled to them upon applica
tion. , At the present rate of one fare
and a half the round trip from Oma
ha and return will be $5276. the
Pullman rate will be $9.00 for a
berth and $7.20 for an upper. Each
one can figure' for herself the fare
from her home town to Omaha.
Delegates will not be housed by
states as is customary but will be
housed in cottascs. and good board
and rooms can be secured from $2
per day and up. Reservations will
be made in the order that the
names are received. Those intend
ing to attend should notify Mrs.
Slaker as soon as possible and she
will communicate with the proper
Weekly Club Calendar
Old People's Home. Fontenelle Roale-
rd Sunday. J.JO p. m.. Rev. 1. B.
Jenkins, president ot Omaha university,
B. P. O. Hoe' Benefit Itance Saturdsy,
n m . Rika' club rooms. Proeeeds will
be utd to furnish room In Wtllard Home
for Working Girls.
llouso Or Hone. IMS North Thirtieth
Street Sunday. S:J0 p. m.. Rev. F. K.
Harrrove. naalor of North Side Christian
church, speaker. Church choir will sing.
Omaha Walklnc Club Sunday after
noon and evening, Informal out In at
U'l1v Point club home. Fnntenelle foreat
Ypserve, near Camp QtfforVl. Visitors wel
come, zaldie uoney, nosiess.
Get Acauainted Club Sunday. 7:30 p.
m., First Unitarian church. Turner boule
vard and Harney street. Meetings sre
nonsectarian and are open to all strang
era and lonely folks. Mrs. Paul K. Har
Omaha Walklnr Club Sunday, 10 a. m..
endurance hike, distsnre 20 miles. The
walk will be from south end ot Manawa
car line to Plattsmouth via Paclflo
Junction. William Welat, leader. Regular
Sunday walk, 1:16 p. m., from north end
of Florence, car line through the Flor
ence Woods. John Pollock, leader.
Biehoa Vincent Chnntanauat - Circle
Monday, 7:16 p. m courthouse.
Hoosevelt Chaueaunua Circle Monday,
7:30 p. m., with Mrs. F. A. Cressey, South
Omaha College Club. Mnsle Section-
Monday, 4 p. m., Schmoller & Mueller
Psychology T-ecture Course Monday,
p. m.. Y. W. C. A. Prof. Walter N. Has
ley will speak on "Memory." sixth of a
series of talks on "Psychology and . the
Day's Work," by Edgar Jamea Swift,
given under auspices of Chautauqua circles.'
Omaha Woman's Club, General Meet
ing Monday, 3:30 p. m., Burgesa-Nssh
auditorium. Annual reports will be given
also report of Second district conven
tion. Members who have not paid dues
for next year are requested to do so at
this meeting: Dues are payable to the
treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Craddock.
American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday, S
p. m.. Memorial hall, court house,
George A, Coster W. R. C. Tuesday, 3
p. m Memorial hall, court house.
Omaha W. C. T. tJ. Tuesday, 2 p. m
T. M. C. A. room 316. Citizenship class.
Omaha Woman's Club, Literature De
partment Tuesday i p. m T. W. C. A.
Election of officers.
George Crook W. R. C. Tuesday, 13
noon. Chicken dinner for Old Ouaril poat
No. 7 and their wives at 2414 Cuming
Omaha Spanish Club Tuesday, S p. m.
Longfellow Chautauqua Circle Tuesday
evening with Mrs. Ella Connell. 2517 D
P. K, O. Sisterhood, Chapter B. P.
Tuesday, 2:30 p. m,, with Mrs. J. M.
Prime, 3202 Harney " street. Roll call,
Short Story Writers.
Omaha Business Woman's Club Tues
day. 6:16 p. m.. T. W. C A. Dinner and
program. Drama section, Omaha College
club, will present a play. "The Finger of
Omaha Woman's Club, Public Speaking
Department Tuesds 2. p. m., Y. W. C.
A. Mrs. O. W. Malstrom's and Mrs.
John Mullen's divisions will entertain the
Extension Lecture Coarse (Amerlcan
Isatlon and Civics Tuesday, 4 p. m.,
Duchesne college and convent of the
Sacred Heart, Ahlrty-slxth and Burt
streets. Open to the public.
Omaha Chapter Hadassah Wednesday,
2:30 p. m., Jewish Community Center,
Frances Wlllsrd W. C. T. V. Wednes.
day. 2 p. m.. with Mrs. T. O. Kerschner,
2A06 Dodge street.
B. P. O. Vor' Sewing Club Wednes
day. 10 a. m.. t'hlld Saving Institute. AH
dsy sewing session.
Dundee Woman's Club Wednesday, 1
o'clock annual luncheon with Mrs. Ralph
Ruasell, 6121 Webster street
Weet Omaha Mothers' Culture Club
Wednesday, 2 p. in., with Mrs. C. D.
Hutchinson. 4041 Seward street. Subject,
Omaha Woman's Club, Musle Depart
ment Wednesdsy, S p. m., V. W. C. A.
Chorus rehearsal for May muslo festival,
under direction of Henry O. Cox.
Extension Lecture Course Medieval Hla
tory Wednesdsy, 4 p. m.. Duchesne col
lege and Convent of the Sacred Heart,
Thirty-sixth and Burt streets. Open to
Omaha College Club, Domestlo Educa
tion Section Wednesday. 1:30 p. m.. with
Mrs. E. C. Hornberger. 6107 Hard street.
Mrs. Robert Maxwell, leader. R. B. How
ell will speak on "Metropolitan Utilities."
North Side W. C. T. V. Wednesdsy.
2:30 p. m., with Mrs. B. F. Ayre. 371S
Meredith street. Mrs. O. A. Pope In
charge of program. Mrs. W. F. Bailey
and Mrs. Edward Slnnett will assist the
The Mothers' Club Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. W. O. White. 2662 Marcy
street. Mrs. Z. A. Tolllnger, assisting.
Mrs. H. O. Patterson will read a paper on
"The Problem of the Farmer." Roll Call.
"Courts," will be In charge of Mrs. J. W.
McCulley. Recreation, Mrs. M. C. Pentl
coff. . -
American War Mother, Omaha Chapter
Thursday, 8 p. m.. Memorial hall, court
Omaha Society ol Fine Arts Thursday,
2:30 p. m:. Foutenelle hotel. Election of
officers. All, members are requested to be
Mothers Guild Thursday, 2 p. m Bt.
rcifa. hall. Eighteenth and Cass streets.
Members will sew for boys of Father
Benson W. 'C. T. IT. Thursday after
noon with Mrs. Edwin Whistler, 2713
North Sixty-fourth stree't. Subject, "Law
Enforcement." Mrs. H. O. Claggett, county
superintendent of law enforcement uepari
ment will be the speaker.
B. P. Does Friday, 2 p. m.. Elks' club
rooms. Business meeting. Ten candidates
will be Initiated. '
Scottish Klto Woman's Club Friday, 2
p. m., Scottish Rite cathedral. MuBlcal
program, uuest aay. .
v.iimui Wmu'i Ancillary Friday,
Trinity pariah house. Last meeting of
season. St. Martin's branch will have
'chine of ororram. Mrs. W. P. Adkins
fhd Mrs. F. O. Beck will speak on
W. A. Mrs. Ida Kruae McFarlane of
Denver university will repeat her lecture
on "Scientific Rest." Holders of season
tickets for the McFarlane lectures will be
admitted without charge.
Omaha Story Tellers League Friday, 4
n. m... Y. W. C. A. Miss Isabella Oraham,
leader. The stories will be told by Miss
Oraham. Mrs. J. W. Metcalf and Miss
Velma King. Officers will be elected at
the close of the program.
Omaha Walking; Club Saturday, S p.
m.. from end ot Albright car line over
Walking club trail to Wiley Point camp.
Esther E. Bowman, leader.
South Omaha Woman's Club Saturday,
1 p, m annual luncheon. Hotel Fontenelle.
Reservations may be made with Mrs. Ed
McFarlane Lectare Saturday, 2:30 p.
m.. Orchard and Wllhelm'a store. Mrs.
Ida Kruse McFarlane of Denver univer
sity will speak on "The Work of Joseph
j You Can Always
Find Suitable Wedding
! Gifts at Brown's
m ' !
Sterling; Silver is most appreciated, most lasting,
" can be engraved, showing more thought and considers- ;
2 tion'in selection.
We are showing a very large stock. We are espe- ?
" cially strong on Tea Sets, Meat Dishes, Competeres,
Coffee Seta and Chests of Flat Ware. You will be
I surprised at the beauty of our line of gifts at $5 to $10. ?
Our Sheffield Plate line in Chippendale and Ply-
mouth periods is beautiful and reasonable in price.
Our Chime Metal Clocks are the best made. The ?
famous Crown Chimes are here, some in the new bun- I
galow designs. . f
I C. B. Brown Co.
I Diamond Merchants Jewelers Silversmiths t
" Nortkwast Corner 16th and Farnam "
"THE TREASURE CHEST QF OMAHA'
foniniiiicts at Chautauqua. Not Us
e( inieiiuon should be $tn at an
terly tUtf in ordrr that th rjilfo.d
pi be able to provide adepts ac
Urlrg.tr (torn other fUtri art
(specied'to Join iht party at inter
Yle alun the way, some at Oma
ha, some at LbUaao,
' Mr. 144 Kru McFarUua ol
Pfiiwr university will repeal her
(enure on Scientific Kel I iiJy eve.
ninff. I oVIovk at the Y, W. C. A.
lluldrrf ( season ticket far the Me
I MiUne (return will be admitted
Mrs. McFarlane will speak on the
"Work of Joseph Conrad." Saiur
dy, 2. MX at Orchard and Wilhelm't
fiorr. This it the last of a series
of taikt on New Friction and Drama,
Tht Very Best
Wake Is Bill's credit good?
Drake bine, lie ors all the re
liable firms in town.
R. B. Howell to Speak.
R. U. Howell will speik on
"Metropolitan Utilities," at meet
ing of tht domestic education tee
lion of tht Omaha College club
Wednesday afternoon, 1:30 o'clock
it the borne of Mrs. F. Z. Horn
brrgrr, 5107 1ard street.
U. S. Grant Corp. -IT,
$. Cunt V. li. C. will M
their monthly krn.iii.-toH t the F,
U Clfinuious dome, lUUi 1'aik avea
nue, Turtdiy at ! n't lock. Membeil
of the U. A. K. will be gurtis.
Finland ha 4.1S
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Elks Bond Selling Campaign,
'A ThirtyNiner Never Failt
Conant Hotel Bldg.
A Special Purchase and Sale of
Purchased for cash by Mr. Orkin, who is now in New York, from makers hard hit by
weather conditions, leaving them with hundreds of the newest Coats and Wraps on their
- hands, which they were eager-to sell to us at a great loss for spot cash this great saving
will be passed on to you. Don't fail to take advantage of it.
Values for Which You 3
Would Gladly Pay
And Quite a Number Actually I
Worth More Than That
This Is One of
collections of Smart New Coats
and Wraps we have ever offered
Omaha women. There are
Wrappy effects, Capes, Sport
Coats and Dress affairs of Bo
livia, Velour de Laine, Veldyne,
Moussyne, Gerona, Normandie
and other fine materials made up
to the Orkin Standard in all the
good new colors.
rfttt Tt& - jsr ...
and a Special Purchase of Lovely
to be exact, that were also bought at ?reat reductions for spot cash money
talks in the market these days hence these alluring Dresses at only-
as much as
"Some of the best dresses I have ever been able to
"buy to sell at $20," wired Mr. Orkin, now in the East.
Canton Crepe Dresses
Roshanara Crepe, Dresses
Krepe Knits, Georgettes
and Several New Materials
They have just arrived. After examining them,
we were astonished, even though we were pre
pared for unusual values. They possess all the
fashion features of the highest priced Dresses,
and such wonderful quality materials.
" All sizes for teomen and misses.
LET NOTHING INTERFERE
Be Sure and Come to This Sale
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