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TIIF, OMir SIX DAY UFK .TtRY 2H. mi3.
Doing in the World
Club MrctliiRK. t
St'NDAY W".per sorUces nt the ng!
Women's C'hrltlun- niwc4:itlon. I
MONDAY Meeting of tin- !tetBl S'lenre I
lit pnrtment of the Umuliii Woman s .
club at e,liib rooms nt Annual
dinner anil bus I nous meeting of the
young Women's Christian at-si '.itlon
nt Its rooms at orlock. Young worn- ,
an's class In Kurupeun hlotniy In lee-
ture room of t-Ubllo library at T M
TUBSDA,Y Persian Itlstor) class In lec
ture room of the public library at 10
o'clock. Oratory drnrtnipnt of the
umana woman s club nt studio of Miss
Lillian ntch. Meeting or the intur
Llternry chili of Sooth Umului In li
brary hall at 2:30. Cmrt-lit topics de
liartmrnt of Omnia Woranu's club at
club rooms nt 2:S0. .Meeting of the
Sermo club nt tho home of Mrs. t. W
llawley nt 2:30.
"WEDNESDAY-Meetlng of the Junior
branch of tho Omaha Society of Kino
Arts In tho lecture room of the public
library nt 10 o'clock. Current topics
cla?s nt the public library nt 10.3(1
Meeting of the Mother's Culture ct'lb at
tho home of Mrs. J. V. rieiivd nt ZM.
THURSDAY Meeting of the Omaha
Society of Fine Arts In the. lecture room
of ptifillcs library. Philosophy and
ethics departments tho Omahn AVom-
. nn's phib 'nt the club rooms nt 10
Meeting of the North Slile Mother's
Cultnro club nt the homo of Mrs. W. P.
Whorry nt 2:, Meeting of the P. K O.
society at thfc home of Mrs. I). Y. lie-
. txi AUfuiuiK oi uie tteneou
Aoman'M club nt the liome of Mr.
.Simons. , Musical department of tho
Omaha Woman's club at 4 o'clock at
the club looms.
rKlDAY-Meetllig of the French history
class at tho public library at 10:30.
French department of tho Omaha AVom
nn h club nt 10 o'clock at the club
Omaha club women will go to Lincoln
this week. The celwidar for the week
In that, city H filled with importnnt
meetings of Interest to all members of
There will be a meetlns of tho program
commutes of the Mats Federation of
Woman's Clubs, Mrs. M. D. Cameron of
Omaha. Is chairman of this committee,
and will leave the oarlr part of tho week
not only to attend this meeting-, but also
o attend the Nebraska conference of
Charities nrxl Correction, which will bo,
held In that olty the first three days of
the week. Mrs. Cameron, who was
president of the Omaha ''Woman's olub,
has been recently appointed by the gov
ernor on the civ?: sen-Ice board and Is
one of the most prominent club women
In the state; her advice has been sought
by many on the subject of civil service
Among other prominent clnb women
ivho will, go to Lincoln this week are.
Mrs. F. H. Cole. Mrs. F. J. nirss. Mm.
Harriet Heller, Mrs. Frank King, Mrs.
"Draper Smith, Miss Mabel Porter and
many others. Many of them will leave
Saturday evening in order to attend the
first meeting! of the State Conference f.f
Charities and Correction to be held Sun
day morning at the First Presbyterian
church, when Dr. D. E. Jenkins of the
University- of Omaha will give the con
ference sermon. Mrs. F. H. Cole will be
tho, guest while in Lincoln of Prof, nnd
Mrs. Grove, Mrs. R. Barber and Miss
Anna Miller. Mrs. F. J. Blrss will leave
Monday evening for Uncoln. Mrs. Blrss
-was the first member of tire Omaha
Woman's olub to bring the mother pen-.-slon
Will before the olub and she will iake
part in the 'discussion Tuesday morning
of the civil service reform, which Sub.
Jeot will bo presented by Dean Tancock
The program committee of tho Stato
Federation of "Woman's Clubs will meet
'in Lincoln "Wednesday momlng at 9:30 in
the parlorg of tho Undell hotel.
Mrs. M. D. Cameron of Omaha Is chair-,
man of tho committee an the other
members are Mrs, B. W. Drain? of Beat
rice and Mrs.' George Phelps of Uncoln.
This committee will meet with Mrs. T. J.
Gist, president of the state federation,
and the executive committee, of which
the Chairmen of the following commit
tees are members: . Art, Mrs. J. T. Lee
of Lincoln; civics, Mrs. R. L. McKelvy
of Omaha; civil service, Mrs. W.. a.
Bwonson of Oakland; educational, Mrs.
J. EJ. Cory of Bancroft; forestry, Mrs. J.
X. Ragen of Hastings; constitution, Mrs.
Frank Harrison of Uncoln; membership,
Mrs. Frank Reavls of Falls City; health,
Mrs. Susan I Flcotte of Walthlll; house
hold economics, Mrs. Frank King of Ben
son; endowment fund, Mrs. H. L. Keefe
Tne Nebraska Conference of Charities
and Correction will hold its fifteenth an
nual meeting In Uncoln January 26, 27
The social science department of the
Omaha 'Woman's club will meet Monday
afternoon at 2:30 at the club rooms at
Twenty-third and Harney streets. Mrs.
F. J. Blrss, who Is leader of tho depart
ment, has arranged a most Interesting
program, the subles of which is "City
Problems." Mayor Duhlman and others
will speak on the proposed home charter
for Omaha and all" members of the club
nre cordially Invited to attend the meet
ing and enter Into the discussion of tho
The ourrent topics department of the
Omaha Woman's olub will moet Tuesday
nftcrnoon at 2:50 at tho club rooms.
Bliarks will bo the subject of the meet
ing. Mr. H. II. Claiborne will give the
tddress of the afternoon. T. J. Morey,
former superintendant of the school for
the blind at Nebraska City will tell of
the Perkins school in New York. Mr.
Moroy was a teacher of Miss .Sullivan,
who was Helen Keller's teacher. O. W.
Hendeo will tell of tho Otologlcol con
- Si cos, which was hold in Boston last
summer, where ho heard Helen Kellor
slug and read,
. The Omahu Society of Fine Aits will
open Its fourth annual xhlbltlon nt the
public library Thursday evening, Feb
ruary 6, with a private view, to Its active
and associate members. Tho exhibition
committee, consisting of Mrs. '.. T. TJnil.
soy, chairman: Mrs. .Charles Kountz-
Mrs. Howard BaldrltP, air. Thomas H,
Kimball and C. W. Hamilton, la making
every effort to Insure an Interesting cx
albltlon of contemporary art. which will
lie open to the public on and after Feb
Owing to the fact that the exhlbltof
(minting will occupy the' class rooms of
the Art society on February 6 the next
Wuon will be on Thursday inqmlng.
'Hiiuary 90, and will bo in charge of Mrs.
Tho Omahu Society of Fine Arts held
. 'ts regular meeting Thursday morning In
'In- lecture room of tho public llbrar).
The program was In churgot of Mrs. J.
v. Griffith. Mrs. O. T. Bastuian and
.11 8 Llda Wlleon.
Mrs. ; Ifflth spoko on the art societies
and schovU of America, which have been
such a potent factor In the development
of the -fine arts in this country.
Mis. Kastman read a paper on tho life
and works of Francis David Millet, whom
sho had the pleasure of meeting sevornl
times during his life. She also exhibited
u film bas-relief of Millet by St. Uaudcns,
which ft friend In Chicago kindly loaned.
Mrs. Wilson read one of the best papers
on Whistler which has ever been pre
sented before tho art society. She pive
a vivid picture of the funny, eccentric
and belligerent Whlatler as well as tho
serious painter who has done so tnuoh to
revolutionize the art of today.
Tho musical- department of th Omaha
Woman's club will meets Thursday
afternoon at 2:00 o'clock In the . olub
rooms. McDowell will be the subject of
the program, which wilt bo In charge of
Iidith I Wagoner.
The oratory department of the Omaha
Woman's club will meet Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the studio of Miss
Lillian Fitch, who Is the leader of the
The art department of the Omaha
Woman's olub will not meet at the usual
time this week. The next meeting will
be Thursday morning, February S, at 10
o'clock, when Mrs. F. T. Rouse will bo
the leader of tho mornlrig.
The French department of- the Omaha
Woman's club will meet Friday morning
at the club rooms at 10 o'clock. Mrs.
B. S. Baker will be leader of the morn
ing. Tho philosophy and ethics department
of the Omaha Woman's club will meet
Thursday afternoon at the club rooms,
following the meeting of the musical de
partment of the club. Mr. .Thomas J.
Kelley will be tho speaker of the' after
noon, and nil members of the club are
The Omaha Woman's Democratic
league will meet Thursday afternoon,'
February 6. In tho council chamber of
the city" hall at 3 o'clock. Hon. C. J.
Smyth will speak on "Woman's Prop
erty Rights," by request of the members
of the club.'
The Persian history class will meet
Tuesday morning in the lecture room of
thej public library at 10 o'clock.
The youn? women's class in European
history win meet Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock in the lecture room of the public
The current topics class will meet
Wednesday morning at 10:80 at the public
Tho French history class will meet Fri
day momlng at 10:30 o'clock at the publio
The' annual business meeting of the
South Omaha Century Literary club was
held Tuesday nfternoon In library hall.
Mrs. N. M. Graham was elected presi
dent of 'the club; Mrs. T. M. Sloane, vice
president; Mrs. Walter Mltsche, recording
secretary; Mrs. R. N. Laverty, treasurer,
and Mrs. C. C. Howe, corresponding sec
retary. Mrs, K. R. Leigh .was appointed
chairman of the membership committee.
The members of the executive committee
are: Mrs. N. M.. Graham, chairman;
Mrs. H. M. 81oane, Mrs. P. J. Farrell,
Mrs. R. F. Falkner, Mrs. Bruce Mo
Culloctvand Mrs. J. E. Bednar. The
next meeting of the club will be at
library hall, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Mrs. li M. Sloane will bo the
leader of the afternoon. The subject will
be "Nathaniel Hawthorne and His
Works." Miss Myrtle Roberts of the
South Omaha High school will read a
paper on "Is Hawthorno the Greatest
American Novelist.'" A review of "The
Houso of Seven Gables" will be given
by Mrs. A. J. itandall. Mrs. A. W. Mil
ler will read a paper on "Bllthdale
Romance," .and Mrs. Derbyshire will
have as her subject, "Hawthorne as a
Short Story. Writer The Great Stone
The Nebraska Woman's Suffrage asso
ciation Is to be represented In the auf
frago parade to take place In Waauingi
ton, l. C. on the afternoon of March J.
The handsome Nebraska banner, carrl'1
by Mm, H. II. Wheeler In the New York
parade last spring, will be carried In tne
Washington parade by Mm. Mary Smlt'i
Hnyward ut Chadron, who is now hon
orary president of the stat association
and a pioneer worker In Nebraska. With
JIw. Hay ward, several others hope to oe
in Washington at that time to' assist in
representing Nebraska, but they have not
definitely settled their plans.
The state headquarters is dally receiv
ing calls for literature and Information
in regard to organization for the carn
pnlgn. These calls for literature on tho
patne day range from Sioux county In
the northwest tn Richardson county in
the southeast corner1 of the state. While
the educational department, which con
trmplnteA suffrage esmy contests .in the
schools, Is not yet under way, calls for
literature to be used lit writing high
school themes are coming In almost every
day. A young woman in tho Hay Spring
High, school, who has chosen for her
(.eulor theme the sulijeot, "Woman's Suf
CHAIRMAN OF PROGRAM
MITTEE N. F. W. C.
frage.'' Is the latest ippllrant.
Douglas county, with Mrs. 'A. T. Llndscy
us chairman. Is the first county to secure
a chairman for ovcry precinct and to call
n meeting to dlsouss plans of work. Mrs.
IJudBey entertained this county central
commtteo at luncheon at the Countr
rlub Friday. Following luncheon a con
ferenc waa held.
A bill for un equal suffraga amendment
LEADER OF SUFFRAGE MOVE
MENT COMING TO OMAHA.
RKVi DR. ANNA B. SHAW.
to the constitution of Nebraska has been
introduced tn the house by Representative
Bollen, a young, progressive democrat
from Knox county. Mr. Bollen Is chair
man of the Judiciary committee. Tho bill
wlllalso be Introduced In tho senate.
Lincoln and Lancaster county held a
meeting the first of the week and organ
ized for the campaign, .under the direction
of an executive committee, with Mrs. T.
J. Doyle as chairman and Mrs. Nellie
Richardson, chairman of the county.
Chadron Is preparing to hold an old
fashioned spelling school to ml bo monoy
for its local campaign fund. The suf
frage play, "How the Vote Was Won,"
will be given soon after Kaster under
the direction of Miss Hopkins of the
Clay county, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Margaret Orr of Clay Center, re
ports plans for suffrage contests through
out the county for sliver medals. The
winners In turn will contest for a gold
Mrs. Minnie Perkins and daughter of
North Platte were headquarters visitors
Friday and took home with them litera
ture and plans for the organization of
suffrage work In Uncoln county.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
auxiliary of Omaha, South Omaha nnd
Florence will be hetd at St. Barnabas
church on Friday nftornoon, January 3t
IMS, at 2:30 o'clock.
The Sunday nfternoon vesper service at
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion, held every Sunday at 4:80 o'clock,
will bo in charge of the students of
Brownell Hall. "There will be a program
of readings and music. This service will
be followed, as usual, by the social hour.
Miss Chambers will be hostess and light
refreshments will be served. All young
women are cordially Invited to spend
their Sunday afternoon at the association
On Monday ovenlng, January 27, the
annual meeting of the association will be
heid In the cafeteria. Supper will be
served at 6:80 o'clock for which tickets
must be procured In advance. No other
supper will be served that evening. Fol
lowing this membership supper the an
nual reports of the different departments
win im vlven. it will furnish an excellent
opportunity to learn of all tho various
branches of Young Women's unristian
association work and should be of Inter
est to every association member or
The foreign pageant, which represents
nHntlnn work In India, Japan, China
and Sonth America, will be given In the
auditorium of the building Monday,
February 3, at 8:15 o'clock. Scenes In
thPin countries will be represented by
the various clubB of the association In
tho foreign costumes and stage settings
nt ih. cvMintrv. The music, under the di
rection of Mrs. II. J. IClrschstoln, Is one
of the most attractive features or tne
entertainment. Tickets may be obtained
at the office for 2S cents.
Tho Benson Woman's club will meet
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
fllmons. Mrs. Lawson will oe me leaner
of the afternoon and will be assisted by
Mrs. Cuyler. The southern writers will
be the subject of the afternoon.
Prof. Frederick Ames flt'uff of the Uni
versity of Nebraska wilt lecture at Unity
church Friday evening. January 31, at 8
o'olock. "Is the Philosophy of Life Worth
Flndlng7" will be the subject of his ad
dress. The Serino club will meet Tuesday
afternoon at. 2:30 o'clock at the home, of
Mrs. I, R. Hawlfy. 5110 North Twenty
fourth. It will be a social meeting In
honor of Mrs. T. T. Sellerswho will leave
February 1 for California, whore she will
make her home.
The North Side Mother's olub will meet
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock aji the
homo of Mrs. W. P. Wherry. A musical
program will be given. Tho meeting will
be a reception to the members of the
The P. TC. O. society will meet at tlie
home of Mrs. D. W. McVoa, 261S Bristol
Ftreet, Thursday, February . Mrs. Mo.
Vca will be assisted br Mrs. J. H, Win
tersteen and a 1 o'clock luncheon wll
be served, which will be followed by a
The Mother's Culture dub will met
-Wednesday afternoon nt the home of
Mrs. J'. F. Beard. H2S North Nineteenth,
rlreet. The HUbJeot will ho "Girls," and
pi paper will be read, by Mrs. George B,
Lalinhoff on "The Wulls Retweqn Our
Girls and n ts'elf-Rellant, Purposeful
Life." Thofp Hvlstlng on the program
will be Mm. W. G. paln, Mm. M, II.
William, Mrs. T. L. Combs and Dr.
Mrs. Bruce .Mct'ulloch of South. Omaha
1 as bvtn appointed by Mrs. Gist to sue-
SECRETARY JUNIOR BRANCH OF
FINE ARTS SOCIETY.
ceed Mrs. C M Pchlndel ns vle presi
dent of the second district Mm. Hchln
del Is out of the utato for mi Indefinite
length of time on account of the health
of her husband, Dr. Hchlndel. Mrs.
McCulloch tnkes a hold of tho work
with nn enthusiasm that promises much
for tho welfare of tho clubs In tho second
Mrs. T. J. Gist, president of tho State
Federation of Woman's clubs, was uiiablo
to attend tho meeting of tho Home
Economics association held atr tho stato
farm last week. Mrs. Gist Is planning to
be tn Lincoln tills week to attend the
meeting of the program committee of the
state federatlo'n, whluh will be hold
Wednesday morning at 9:30 In tho parlors
of the Undell hotel.
Mm. Hnrry Petersen of Aurora, vice
president qf the stato federation and ex
president of thn Nntlonal P. R. O. society,
was cnllcd to Belolt. Wis., owing to the
critical illnessof her mother.
Mrs. W 8. Swatison, chairman of the
state federation civil service reform com
mittee, lias requested all the district vice
presidents to telegraph their members
of the house and senate, nBkliig their
support of the civil service roform bill
known ns house roll IS.
Mrs. Frank King of Benson attended
the meeting of the Home Economics as
sociation at the stato farm last week
Mrs. King addressed the meeting Wednes.
day afternoon. She expressed her sur
prise at the large attendance arid stated
that the association had been the In
spiration of many new clubs In the sur
rounding towns. Tho Bethany Woman's
(lub has a membership of thirty-six at
present and has Joined the state federa
7 Reduce Accidents
In the city ticket office of the Union
Pacific there hns been placed what Is
termed an "accident" map of the United
Stntcs, and on this, which is marked off
Into. zones, Is shown the number of rail
road accjdents during 1903, tho number
being compared with thoso of 1912. This
comparison is also made between roads
equipped with the" automatic electric
block signal and the old block.
During 1903 the old block was used on
most of the roads of the 'country, but In
1912 the eleotrlo automatic had been
pretty generally adopted, and for evory
nine accidents during 1903 there was but
a single accident during 1912.
Guild Returns from
J. M. Guild, commissioner of the Com
mercial club, has returned from Wash
ington, where he attended tho three-day
session of the Chamber of Commerce of
the United Slates. He says, tho chamber
has just begun to operate on an organ
ized business basis and will In a short
time be to the commercial Interests of the
country what the National Industrial
Trafflo league Is to th shippers.
The election of-George H. Kelly, presi
dent of the Commercial club, as ono of
the twenty-five directors of the chamber,
he says. Is a high compliment to Omaha.
Butler Would Buy
City Coal in Summer
City Commissioner Dan B, Butler will
have a bill Introduced Into the legislature
this session providing that cities of the
metropolitan class shall advertise for coal
and open the bids tn the summer because
the prico of coal In higher In the wlntet.
"For oxample," said Commissioner But
ler, "bids for coal for this city are opened
In January, In tho middle of tho winter,
when the prico is highest and the coal
dealers nre having greatest difficulty to
deliver the coal. I think a great saving
would result If the coal was purchased
during the summer."
PEOPLE OF VALLEY WANT
PLATTE BRIDGE REPLACED
In a communication to the Board of
County Cnmilssloiiers the Valley Com
mercial club reuowL'd Its appeul for n
bridge across the Platte river near Val
ley to replace tho ono wushed out h year
ago. Severul members of the olub at
tended the board meeting when the com
munication was read. They departed
when the board ald It would take tho
matter up In committee of the whole next
The Douglaa commissioners think the
county should not bear all the cost of thn
bridge; the stato and Saunders county
should share the burden' Saunders county
has made some offers, but none that sat
isfied tho Douglas board.
SHORT BALLOT EXPERT
TO TALK HERE THURSDAY
Kdwln H. Cassels of Chicago, an ex
port on 4,16 "short ballot,' will address
the Commercial club on the subject
Thursday, A short hallot exhibition of
fered liv thn Nat'ouat Hliort Ballot nr.
' ganlzatluii, of which Woodrow Wilson Is
president, will be on display at the club
rooms next .week. According to tha
exhibits tho short ballot allows only
for the nomination and election of prin
cipal officeholders directly connected
with the making and administration of
laws, while all minor offices are filled
SOCIETY INTERESTED IN ART a
Much Interest Taken in Cominp Ex-1
hibit of Art Society.
FRATS TO HAVE CABARET SHOW
I'romliit-iit l-ml)rr of tmtiurr .
fin I Scl (iolun o hlenttn tn
ltellr Women dmlteil
to Oiimlin 11 it It.
nvntlmied from Paire Two.i
Hlanolmrit Is foimor Nhrnskaii having
been among the pioneers of the M;ito
und lld nt .l(lnev for titfttiy years.
Personal Gossip. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, who h.t.l
planned to go to Vancouver. It i, lu
decided to remain In Oiimhu and luixe
taken apartments nt the new McMull. i
Mr. nml Mrs. ( 'in w ford will spend tho
summer. In Vancouver
Mies Jennie M. Mi-Koon, - South
Twenty-second slrtv-t, while crushing Uir
slredt near homo. sllpiod nnd In falling
to tho pavement lailalnwl Injuries that
will oonflnu hi to her b.d for fovrinl
days. They nre morn of a pnlllful Minn
0. H. S. Junior Prom.
Tho Omahu High ?ohool Junior prom
was held Fildny evening nt ('hambpis
Dancing nrmlemy with about 300 KMtjt
present. Tho hall wns prettily decorated
In tho dims colois of cerlso nnd while.
Tho Kiunnou club of tho high school was
tho only ono to have moor.y corner at the
dnnce, whluh was made up In tho club
colors of gold nnd black.
Tho grand march wns led by Glen
l'nxtou, Junior dnsa president, nnd Mlos
Those present cro
Misses Misses -
Itoulsu White, mta Carpenter.
Helen Hutch. Gladys Robertson,
Huth Andersen, Kiithcrlne Robinson,
Goldlo Alplm. Corrlno ICIIot,
ICa'therlno Gould, Marjorlo Foote,
Grace SlnbaUKh. l.urlla rctersen.
Mary Rouse, Dorothea Shrlver.
Hleunor McOllton, Klliabeth Underwood
Mildred Nordecn. Opal Crumbles.
Florelicu Heggblade, Mnrgliret McCoy,
Rmilah Clutsu. Churlottu lledwoll,
Gertrude Alkln, Adelaide
Molly llorshberg, Funkhouser,
Mao Carney, Klir.ubeth Crawford,
Beulah Clnrkn, Ixjumlri,
Mildred Collins, Maude Sims,
Margaret Moore Ann Ncblc,
of Knnsns City, Kuthmino Wilcox,
IkhiIho Hupp, Helen Carrier,
ICllgnbeth Redman, Bernlco Nelson,
llertlco Rcdland, Ailelyn Wood,
Snlllo Adlcr, l.aura Travis,
Helen IngerHwen, Mildred Todd,
Kugenlo Whltmore, Dorothy Morton, ,
Helen I'oguc, Mary Adu,
Margaret Burke, Winifred Donnhuer
Beulah McCnw, Ruth Uoylq.
Gladys Taylor, . Nun Burrct,
Doris Duncan, I'aultno Trout,
Helen Keating, Mao Dougherty,
Rachel Metcalfe, Alerrlam Levy,
Clalro l'attoraen, Dorn Iliiarmon,
Katharlno Sanders, Morrlam Noone,
Lois HowhII, Ruth Cnttln,
Melvu McCnuley, Mario Chabot,
Gertrude Dickinson, Rita Chabot,
Curol Kuene, Agnes Scay,
Mabel Nelson, Paulino Nanon,
Kntherlne DavenportSylvIa Hoover,
Grace Northrtip, 1'iuillue Mullen,
Helen Weuk.i, Miuio Rowley,
Helen Shepnrd, Mario Freeland,
Adelo Cullcn, .Margaret Me Fur lane,
Ruth Fltrgcrnld, Marlon Colin,
Adullnn Wykoff, Mildred Burlier,
Desdemona Baldwin, Mario Welch,
Kathryn Crocker, Helen Kuluis,
Irene McGuIre, Davis.
Hubert Mlllnrd, Chnrles Morton,
Wnrren Johnson, Richard Jones,
Harold Neff, ly-slle Hynr,
Howard Wilson, James Durkee,
Sands Woodbrldge, Harry Gideon,
Morton Rhodes, Frank Carpenter,
Jerry Vanraensaler, Clnro Moore,
Kverott Burke, Mark Haven,
Robert Edwards, Harold linderyou,
Herbert Davis, Harold Weoth,
Leslie Johnson, Chnrlea Weoth,
Ray Durkee, Art Klopp,
Paul Shirley, Kdinond Booth,
Arthur Smith, Bhlllp Ilomanack,
Chester NIeman, Arthur Levy,
Harold Pattersen, Frans Welnert,
Wayne Selby, Ernest Stuerch,
Van D. Dyer. Kenneth Wldcnor,
Bdward Cockrell, Bpeiicer Flint,
Frank Dunnlgan. Wendell Moore,
George Howell, Bobort Wood,
Glen MUBgrave, Benjamin Tuttle,
Byron Snyder, Hnrry Clalborno, '
Carl Store, Ralph Powell,
Kenneth Craig. Gerrit Fort,
Floyd Harding, Guy Beckett.
Sidney Meyer, Kmory Nlelson.
D. D. Knapp, Harry Rogers,
Harold Johnson, Robert Marshall,
Oerald Htryker. Porter Durkee,
Norton Kngleman, Clarence Darlnw.
Gilbert Rldredge. llnndall Curtis,
'Harold Aldrlch, Arthur Newman.
Harold Israel, Robert Thompson,
Kendall Hammond, Gilbert Koneoy,
Carlisle Allan, Oleu Paxton,
Clyde Rice, George Keellne,
Krnest Johnson, Balpi Campbell,
Harvey Nelson, Mark Dumham,
Herman Job.it, Rawson White,
Lorlng Elliott, Beryl Crocker,
Oernld Bruce. William Petersen,
Maurice Loomls, Walter Kopp,
Richard Jones, Richard Luck.
CharUs Herdy, Ricluird Pullman,
Herman Harte, Roy Gould,
Perry Singles, .lohn Drexel,
Joseph Adams, Lymnn Gibson,
Donald Klpllnger, Harold Umgdon,
Thomnn Powrs, Thomas Powers,
Frank Sanders, II. Hooninr.
Morton Wakeley, Homer lawson,
Paul Jenkins, HartJenkH.
rhll Downs, Arthur IxiomlB,
Lyslo Rushton, Gilbert Loomls.
John Krage. Judson Buulrus,
Harry Mb rsh, Honjnmln Fnnger.
Lieutenant Foy Porter.
Ray F- Smith, Ralph Carney.
Piano Olub Closes
Friday at Orkins
The end of the month will see tho
closo of Orkin Bros., piano club, which
has been conducted for the lust several
weeks with great hucoohh. Hundreds have
Joined tho club, nnd before the end of the
month tho management Is sure that the
total number of mcmbeis wanted will
have boeii secured, the club offers excep
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DuBcnj F Bailey,
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