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, The Liseeia Fortaightly dub met
Mra. A. 8. Raymond lest Friday
aad Hateeed to paper by
Mrs. Gere ob the history of Poked.
- a viao
i The Meatd CaHare dab of Aubura
'!MimrBlaraMdiiatthereeideBee school, took
Friday evening. The English Uteratare
department having charge of the pro
gran. The evening enter taiameut waa
exoeptiocally interacting, although the
leader waa unavoidably abeent from the
city. Miaa Gaat, principal of the High
charge in Mra.Stoatea-
.at Mm. J. W. Barahart. Carefully
paced papera ea the leaaoa topic by Mrs.
iw.B.Fieher aad Mr. T. W. Eaatice
read aad the usual discussion or
eaaan teek place. The next meet
ing W ce" tBe afternoon ot
thhahajLhihi'dar at the reeideace of
ia'a dab. of Aubara
. ,11. ...... ,? OkrWaa
ThaahatiTiac diaBere dariog the half
hear devoted to domestic economy and
current events occapied
in the program. Mra,
BJihtr Keel waa elected vkse-prestdent
ha peaee of Mra. J. C. Beoafeld, who re
eJgned. The program tor the next meet
. iaff te.be held November 96, will be cur
mat areata aader the leaderahip of Mrs.
Jf R. MeCarty. "Sketches ot Noted
Stagers." leader, Mra. w. .
Half hour talk ea "American
'Rev. E. S. Murphy.
boroagh'a abieace and eupplemented
the toptca preeeated by Tarioua interest
ing incidents that ehe recalled from tor
atadiea ot English literature. Mra.
Wiae, Mra. Chapman, Mra. Newell, Mra.
leon and others made conciae aad ea
tertaiaing remarks on the "Pbyaical aad
pdiUcal divisions of Great Britain, the
maaaera aad coatoma of the early
Britons, their modes of warfare aad
their, methoda of defense, while interest
ing papera were read on the origin of the
English language and English literature
from the conquest to Chaucer by Mrs.
Chapman and Mra. Fellowa. There
aeesM to be a deep interest in this de
partment of club work and a large pro
portion of the members names are en
rolled for work this season.
ammmmWamr Ma' '
A hj' i"' tj' ' mBammmrir 1 JJJM ai
2a the aileat gloom ef a dark-
"Fay" Saw-Edge Machine Leaves
no Haw isoge.
I EVM8 IJIUmtY CO.
Hw quivering hp and tearfal i
Spoke ot aorrowaod trouble
"la your grief too deep lor ma
Spoke the maid with a ten
"Oh year' cried the youth ia
MMy collar ia cutting ajl
"Is that aU," said aha, with a
"Then your troubles will1 i
The Evans Laundry had a, 1
That will smooth down the f
teeth of a aaw."
mm mi i in
i met oa Tuesday with Mra. fl.
Mra. Hiamaa, B.S., lec
tured oathe Psychology ef Suggestion,
felewiag an outline prepared by .her
in these columBS two
The, abatruee subject waa
i hmat aha waa clearly followed by her
Mm. Hiamaa aaid in coadn-
mam that n eminent psychologist ad
mitted the varieua theories ia regard to
selves ia eee being, which the
have named metempsy-
i ttaaamigiatioa,- or reiaoarnation.
it payaiaista there are ia pleaty
wha areaatieied that . the incidents ac
aaatad by theereduloaa aa auperaataral
hiiiati that the apkitiialiBts aad the of the eabject,
Mavmtaky cult have a atroag case. But
aha reel psychologists of emiaeace are
After the lecture Mrs.
i besieged by questioners who
have .read aad aceepted Hudsoa'a ro
maaee aa aametaiBg acieatiBc.
The North Bend Woman's club met ia
regular aeasion Saturday, Noy. 12. Boll
call waa responded to by quotations on
"Home." Every chair in the hall waa
occapied and only two ladies answered
roll call by "present." The subjects Many ot the membera are well known
for consideration were "Household Eco- in dramatic, musical and literary circlea.
nomics" and -Child Study." "Conner- Mrs. A. M. Palaier, who haa held the
vation of Energy" waa introduced by office ot president siaee the organisation
Mrs. Rose Walker. The discussion fol- or the league, haa contributed much to
lowing brought out many useful aad its prosperity by her faithfa! work in
helpful ideas. "Conversation at Meals" that oSce. No email part ot Mra.
waa extemporaneously rendered by Mrs. Palmer's success has heaa due to her
Oscar Dodge. She touched on all points personal magnetism aad. attractive ia
ao thoroughly we could add nothing to dividuality. It waa through Mra.
it Mra. Doubrava handled the subject Palmet'a generosity that the former
"The Rainy Day." in such a pleasant, .home of the league waa placed at ita
practical manner, none of us need dread disposal,
the rainy days. "Starting Points," in Associated closelyith Mra: Palmer
child study, by Mies Osbora, was given
ia her usual interesting manner, show
ing her intense interest and knowledge
NEBRASKA WESLYAtf UNIVERSITY
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
ONE OF THE LABGEST, SCHOOLS OF MUSIC IN THE WEST AND
THE NUMBER OF PUPILS CONSTANT. DfCMCASINQ. ONE SEA
SON FOB THIS LARGE INCREASE IS THAT THE METHODS OF IN
STRUCTION IN USE HERE ARE THOSE OF THE BEST EUROPEAN
CONSERVATORIES, BY WHICH PUPILS ABE ADVANCED IN THE
MOST THOROUGH AND RAPID MANNER POSSIBLE, AND aRE
NEVER OBLIGED TO GO OVER THE SAME GROUND SEVERAL
TIMES, AS IS OFTEN THE CASE BECAUSE OF LY.'EOPER IN
STRUCTION. EVERY BRANCH OF MUSIC, VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL AND THE
ORETICAL TAUGHT, WITH MANY FREE ADVANTAGES.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR GIVING FULL. INFORMATION TO
OREN E. LOCKE, Director, University Place. Nebr.
protection aad benefit. A committee
haa been appoiated to look attar thia
work, called the "industrial committee,"
and Mrs. Corinae Browne waa made
chairman. Mra. Lowe aaid: "We do
not offer organisation as a paaaeea for
all the evils aad ilk of the world, bat it
haa shown eueh wonderful results
among dub women that we feel it might
be tried among the three millioa labor
ing women. Working men reave labor
unioca sad capitalists have " formed
combinations for mutual beaett, but aa
vet ths laboria voain kavs iWslsad
intheprdimiaary work ot organization M iadividaala and bavs beea aaed.br
waa Mm. Rachel VcAuley. late chair- both orgaaisationa to farther their
man of the executive committee aad oae
"Instinct ot Imitation," of the most active membera of the Tnere baa beea ao much J?t inritra of
waa beautTouy written up by Mra. league. At lier recent death Mra, Mc- the tea percent per capita tax amead-
Kavaa. "Instinct w of JuBtice,or Bight Auley bequeathed a coBatderable sum meat passed at the Biennial that Mra.
and Wrong Punishment" waa intro- 'of money and her, atage wardrobe to the Lowe, the new president, has writtea
daced by Mrs. Hiatt, followed by a gen- orgaaization. For 'many months the one ot the proteetinc committees: "This
Regular business, then duties of chairawB of the execative increased taxatioa does not come due
committed, have devdvedj upon Miaa until 1900. Should the claba be aa-
.Maida Craigen, aa firat member ot the reconciled to thia measure, there m am-
committee ia the abeenee' ef Mrs, pie time for diacuaaing it together, aad
McAuley. for bringing about a compromiaa that
"Aunt Louisa" Eldridge, the first wUI perhaps be agreesbls to all." Preb
vice prestdent, k a wdl known member ably by that time the claba will, have
ot the dramatic profearioa, and her had time to conviace themaalvaa that
cherry and aympathetic waya have this change is really in the line of pro
made her a popular chairman of the &0' lhw?. . Tjaioa of
Kiauv d 4. T"""" "" amnion ma tn th nr :i.
Mra. McKillip, Seward, cor- mutual benefit society, and is destamed visiting committee. funds, but onlv ss to th ...;!
eeretary; Mrs. Doane, Crete, to make it possible tor women who are Preparstions are being made st prss- raiaiag the reqaiaiteaum.
Mm. .LambertaoB, liacola, engaged ia dramatic, musical or literary eat for oae ot the yearly bazaars, which
Mm. Laagwerthy, in the ab- -work to help each other. The aid ia by are a feature of the league'e work. Mra.
at Mia. Apparaoa, presided. Oat- no means entirely ot n financial sort E. L. Fernandez, chairman ot the
far theformatioB of areei- though "it is the chief pbjeet of the bazaar, haa arranged a number ot
bareaa far the benefit ef ear league to extend this when necessary, intereetina aoveltiea. Their will be a
daba .were hud before the It ia no leas the object of the league to college booth, a floral booth, violet
The aewly elected officers ef the Ne-
-FederatioB of Wemea'a Claba
ia acecativa session ia the parkra
at the LiaeolB hotel Mosday, Nor. 21.
Five membera were present. Mrs. S.E.
Laagwarthy, Sewarl, preatdent; Mra. F. accompliahed much work of a philxn
M. Saekett, Weepiag Water, recordiag thropic sort Ii is, strictly speakiag, a
Amoag the women's dubs of New
York, The Woman's Professional League
holda a distinct puce. Although it waa
originated only five years ago, it haa now
a membership ot nearly 500, and
Dr. E. Benjamin Andrews cemm.nced
his work aa superintendent of the public
acheola of Chicago by declaring that
while he occapied that poaitioa "there
would be no diacriminatioa in the aelec-
by Mra. A. A. Scott, Liaoeie,
majt favorable eommeat from
pCsaNaKa Xaw aawOUOal VaM
that a committee be ap-
aaaateJ te take charge mattera reta-
to the reciprocity bureau. The
appoiated waa aa. follows:
, A. A. Beott Iaaeda; Mra. Keysar,
; Mm: Laagwarthy, Seward; Mm.
promote acquaintaace among the
aad for thia purpose
are held and socials aad
The prastiaahieity ef uaivcraky aataa-
a dab met
aha rsaideaee ef Mm. 8.
The' attention ot the general public
waa fret called to the league by a, per
fermaace of "Aa Yob Like It," given
aader ita aueptces. All the characters
of the play were tmperaonated by mem
ham at the league, aad the preeeatatioB
waa mack recognition for their taleata.
Bat it did more than thia. It waa the
beginning at a series ot eatertaia:
iim or tasesMra tut vmnnt M n
hemern- .Pk!0!!; eommerting oa thia action the CJhkago
frequent where relics of the war with Spaia wdl j New, mjn. 4IWe n JJ
mc- ee soki. im srrsy uv warn fc g interest the admission of
will be unusually attractive. The be- women iato collewss aad uml-ZitL Yl
.T?V?f " " Priaaiaala
w the, higher grades of oarabUc
dH ; " Ifd to be able to
any that Chicago now has more exaeri
t ?? taachera in her public
aeaeola tbaa any other city is the
add that the dab movement, aa it y
now, practically began in the Woman's
will be held in the Waldorf-Astoria,
opeaiag oa November 98, aad continu
ing daily irom 11 a. m. tMl mhtaight
New York Commercial Advertiser.
which are ia a fair way to pat the dab
ia a positiea to own its own dub 1
Mrs. W. B. Lowe, the new preaident
ot the Generd Federation of Woaaaa'a
cnin,HiuwunuiHiuH puwroi vaBD OX CTliaagO. Tna iIimm Mf K.
ta the federatioB for the eosOn year will at borne and elsewhere ean
" sv. a .a .
be to iaveatigate the coaditioa of the
wage aaraiag womea aad ahUdrea aad
irage them teergaafaw' for mated
meaaurea.- xb thr i:..-
iuaaa are from the Wratera daE
Kahai ia Deaver.
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