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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
I Both in Use 1
And it docs better
work. Simply follow
your customary method
of preparation add a
little less of Calumet
than when using ordi
nary baking powder.
Then watch the result.
Light, fluffy, and even
ly raised the baking
comes from the oven
more tempting, tastier,
Calumet inturts the baking of an
expert. Ask your grocer to-day.
By MELLIFIOIA. Thursday, February 13, 1913.
AN I NT K LI. K C TV AU wave Bc6rnH to be bwoopIdb over society.
DobutanleR, society glrla and matrons are rushing from one lec
ture to another instead of from one series of teas, luncheons and
dinners to othom. Monday afternoon, for Instance, many were In
a quandary, for there was tho regular lecture glvon at the high school by
Dr. Fling, and thoro was also tho highly Interesting concert given by Max
Pauor, tho famous Gorman pianist. Iloth lecturer and pianist drew large
Under the auspices of the Sacrod Heart Alumnae association of Park
Place convent, Dr. Sidney Woollott of noston Is giving a series of four
educational lectures, starting Wednesday afternoon and continuing each
afternoon for the rest of tho week.
Dr. James Walsh of Georgetown will also deliver two lectures at the
convent, March H and 15.
This morning society attended the exhibit of the Omaha Society of
Flno Arte, which is being held on tho third floor of the public library.
Early In tho morning tho stroet In front of tho building was lined with
motor cars and tho owners wero listening to the talk given by Mr. T. L.
Kimball to tho members of tho society on the collection which is hung for
exhibition. Dobutantcs, und tho fathers and mothers of tho memhers of
tho socloty, all followed Mr. Kimball through the rooms and listened with
keenest interest to what tho speaker had to say regarding each picture.
. Each year tho society buys ouo of the pictures in the collection. This
morning Mr. Kimball recommended sovoral for purchase, as he spoke of
tho pictures In his impromptu lecture to the women. "On tho Palisades,"
by Alexander Uowor, who 1b a young artist, was highly recommended by
Mr. Kimball. Ho predicted a groat futuro for this artist. Others which
Air. Kimball spoKo or with tno idea for purchase ror the society wero
"The Harbor," by Loulso Upton Drumback, and "St Paul's Church," by
Mrs. Samuel Caldwell is chairman of tho entertainment commlttoo
for tho aftornoon and Mrs. Nathan Mcrriam for the evening.
Linooln Day at University Culb.
Omaha college men and women Wed net.
day ovening at tho Lincoln day dinner
of tho 1'nlverslty club had a real glimpse
of the cabaret entertainment as it ts
done In the east. Heretofore the enter
talnmenta, other than those given at the
Cornhuskcr banquot and the college men
dinner at the university club, have txifn
put on by local talent. Tho Lincoln day
cabaret show was composed of players
from the local theaters and Includes MIm.
Maymle Gehrue, who played the part of
the Amorlcau girl In Kitty Gordon's show,
"Tho Enchantress;" Miss Qehrue ap
peared In a similar cabaret entertainment
at the La Balle hotel during the holiday
and was on a bill In New York last spring
which also lnoludcd George Cohan, Willie
Collier, Lew Fields, riaymond Hitchcock,
HcbsIu McCoy and a few others. The
KUests at the dinner Inst ovcnlng, num
bering more than 200, were deeply Inter
iated In the cabaret novelty and also In
the splendid address given by Dr. Na
thaniel llutler of the University of Chi
cago, who spoke on "Tho Business Man
and education." A feature of the cab.
uret novelty was the use of tho spofllgnt
which was thrown upon tho players as
they went through their act on the stage,
which was prepared especially for the
occasion. Tho dance which followed the.
dinner and speech was cut short because
of tho lateness of tho hour.
Mr. O. T, Eastman, president of the
University club, entertained at dinner for
Dr. Butler of Chicago. At this tablo
Mr. and Mrs. O. .T. Eastman. .
Mr. and Sirs. Herbert Ilogers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Towle.
Mr. und Mrs. Clement Chase.
Miss Helen Eastman.
Miss Lyons of Nelson, Neb.
Dr. llutler of Chicago.
Colonel Lyons of Nelson, Neb.
Updike' Pride of Omaha
Is in our house to stuy;
For bread, or cake, or muffins,
Wo use It very day.
Ella II. Knight.
4218 Harney St, ,
A 24-lb. sack of Updike's Frldo
of Omaha Flour froo for every Jin
gle that wo uso for advertising.
Write a JInglo and mall It to
Updike Milling Co.
P. 8. Ask for Updlko's Bran,
At another table were:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ilerpont.
Air. ana Airs, rczra .Mliiarci.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bmlth.
Miss Nannlo Itlrhardson.
Mr. A. II. Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. li T. Swobe had as their
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Smith.
Dr. Ielloy Crummer.
Dining together were Dr. and Mrs. C.
W. Pollard, Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Lemare.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo, Bumner, Dr. and
Mrs. n. iu Houister, Mr. ana Mrs, ii. a.
Jloldrego, Mrs. Henry Van Glcsen and
Miss Hello Ityan.
In anothor party were Mr.a nd Mrs.
C. C. Itosewater, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Johnson
Another dinner party Included Dr. and
Mrs. Palmer Flndloy, Mr. and Mrs. C, G.
McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Wnito
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Martin had as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Blackburn.
Together wore Misses Helen Hmlth,
draco McDtide, Nannlo llarrett, Messrs.
A. I. Crelgh, C. It. Bcldon and H. A. Van
Anothor party Included Misses Mar
garet Oreer Haum, Carmellta Chase, Jean
Stirling, of Chicago, Messrs Jack Webster,
Ilced Peters and George Flack.
Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Palmer and Mr. and
Mrs. Aldfred Elllck wero together.
Mr. Walter P. Thomas, the Misses
Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. James Richard
son dined togother.
Colonel and Mrs. Bannister had as their
guests Dr, and Mrs. W. O. Henry and Dr.
and Mrs. W. F. Mllroy.
Together wero Mr. and Mrs, Harold
EvartsJMr, and Mrs. J. B. Taylor, Miss
Hllda.mmcr; ,and Mr, tt. n. Copp,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wellcr had as their
guests' Dr- and Mrs. Rodney Bliss.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jl. Webster had as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. John Flack,
The Gold Dust Twins9
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sunderland, Mr. and
Mr. ami Mrs. I. Hlbbernsen and Mr. and j
Mrs. K. O. Hamilton were at another
Mr. Ware Hall and Mr. John Daugherty
entertained a party of four, and Mr.
Joeeph ningwalt and Mr. Robert Arthur
also had a party of four.
Together wero Mr. and Mrs. William
Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. C J. Classen.
In another party were Mr. and Mrs.
John MsDonald, Miss Nell Ryan, Miss
Noll Carpenter, Mr. Ralph Kelwlt and
Mr. Allen McDonald.
Dr. and Mrs. Manning had as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polcar.
Another party Included Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Updike, Miss Updike of Chicago,
Harry Kelly and Louis Meyer.
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Lord had as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. Upton Lord.
Together wero Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Man-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manley and Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Edgerly.
Another party Included Misses Martha
Qulglcy of Lincoln, Woods of Lincoln,
Helen Sorenson, Marguerite Busch, Edith
Thomao, Messrs. John Latenser, Jr., Vic
tor DelU, Amos Thomas, Frank Bullta
and C. 13. Elliott.
Many smaller parties were given and
among others present wero General J. C.
Cowln, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Tunnlcllff,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Merrlam, Mr. and
Mrs. Halleck Rose, Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Howe, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Westerfleld,
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Marshall, Mr. and
Mrs. C. 8. Hayward, Dr. Frank Conlin.
Messrs. Roger Ilolman, George Copeland
of Elgin, Judgo Foster and others.
Miss Helen Hansen entertained tho
senior class of the University of Omaha
at a delightfully appointed dinner party
at tho Paxton hotel last night. It was
a Lincoln party throughout. Invitations
wero sent out on stationery bearing nn
American flag. JIand-palnted place cards
with a log cabin were at each place. Tho
centerpiece was a huge log cabin made
of candy nnd siirroundlng this was a
roll fence. Between courses each person
wrote In tiny autograph books, tho covers
of which had a flag in the upper loft
hand corner. In tho center below this
there wan "U. of O. Class of 1913." Cov
ers were laid for:
Edna Bweeley, Zella Beebe.
Clara Hendrlrkscn,, Katherlne Mathes,
Fomo Nlcoles, Gladys Solomon,
Helen Hansen, Pansy Williams.
Stanton Salisbury, George Parish,
Mebane Ramsey, Harry Jerome.
Dr. and Mrs. D. E. JenKlns.
Birthday Anniversary Dinner.
Mr. and Sirs. H. W. Hull entertained at
dinner Wednesday evening at their home,
the occasion being tho birthday anniver
sary of Mr. Hull. The evening was spent
at cards. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gehrke,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. WllBon,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adamson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Hull,
Miss Mabel Burgoson entertained Mon
day at a farewell party for her sister.
Mrs. C. S. Baxter, and son Harold of
San Antonio, Tex. .Those present were:
Clara Hoffman, Dorothy Burgoson,
Alice Hcharrier, .Margaret uoiiman,
Lizzie Flyck, Mable Burgeson.
Francisco Burgeson, Ralph .Burgoson,
Harry Burgeson,- Harold -Baxter,
Saskatoon. Canada; theater Burgoson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Burgeson'.
Mrs. C. S. Baxter.
Miss Mary Richardson gave a small In
formal tea Wednesday afternoon at her
home In honor of Mrs. Marr O'Conner of
Fort Mcintosh, Tex., who Is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tyler in
lor U conditions otpsta head
aches, neuralgia, rheumatism, gout
nervousness, losomala, etc. take
(ant, dtptfiant or habit farmir.
ask Tour Drustiit For
" lij cuta'r tt lot ia4 ist ridyti
The Girl Without a Mouth
STARTS NEXT SUNDAY
Watch for it
DOES it occur to you, my friends, that woman's labor never
ends: that is, if she's inclined to bo a trifle stubborn
constantly. Some housewives glory in the thought that
battles won must be re-fouf ht.
jingle is for those who try to smile
and reason "Why;" who will not
household cares crush down life's
glad affairs. You'U find, where
Mrs. Smith or Brown thus reason, in a certain town, that Gold Dust
helps to minimize the number of back-aches and sighs.
The Gold Dust Twins forever toil, with dirt and trouble as a foil.
Thoy start each morning, at tho top, and only after night-fall stop.
Theirs is to DO if NOT to DIE
to The Housewife
" 11 This ji;
id I at toil an
etoiF let the h
Opportaaity b Knocking at Year Door
II ia usi
Theirs is to never question"why?"
At kitchen tasks their talents
shine; the floors they polish up
are fine; in fact, no matter where
they go they leave a spotless trail;
and so, like sunshine, when the
sky is grey they help to drive tho
Each grain of Gold Dust also
shares in cleaning up the house
hold wares; each mop it touches
seals a bond, to make a mop a fairy wand; each brush or cloth holds
regal sway in driving dirt's dull care away.
BURLINGTON CLERKS ARE
PREPARING TO MOVE
Tho clerks In the auditing department
of tho Burlington have begun packing
up preparatory to taking the records of
hat office to Chicago, on or about
Thero arc a lot of clerks In the sorting
room and who come under tho Juris
diction of tho auditing department, who
have rebelled. They are getting from f3S
to J30 per month and declare that If not
granted an Increase In pay they cannot
afford to make the move. They have
sought other positions and a number of
them havo secured them.
SHE HAD PRIZE HAIR.
Long, rich, heavy hair. Smooth, soft,
luxuriant hair. She say sho owes it all
to Hall's Hair Ilonewor. But sho doesn't.
It helped a big lot, hut that is all. She
Mad a good digestion, rich blood, strong
perres. Don't go through life half, sick
and -with stunted Ealr. Consult your
doctor nnd follow bis advice.
AKCADIAH, largest and fipest steam
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WEST INDIES TOURS
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SANDERSON ft 8UJV, OVn ' Art. tt SKI Si
Jf., y AX ETEAiUJUIl- TICKET AUE.VS
Homegrown Violets, DaJodlls,
Idly of Valley, Hyacinths, Free-aia,-
Roses, Carnation, etc
! TOAT5 SI
Announcing in advance for
A grand clearance sale of
our entire stock of women's
Cloth and Plush Coats
fine velours, Persi
ana cloth, imported
silk Benga lines,
fine French broad-,
The former selling
and even $65.00.
Choice of Any Fur Coat
That means your
choice of the
Near Seal, Rus
sian Pony, Mar
The former Bell
ing prices were
and even $175.00.
DR. LILLIEF0RS TO LEAVE
THE OMAHA UNITY CHURCH
Five societies of students of the Omaha
High School of Commorco met Wednes
day afternoon and passed resolutions re
gretting that Health Commissioner Jt. W.
Cennell had Bald derogatory things about
the Central High school students'
morality. Tho societies which passed
these resolutions wero the Junior Com
mercial club, the Shakespeare club, the
Athletic club, Girls" Social Culture club
and the Glee club.
Itev. Manfred IJIIlefors, V. D., Ph.D.
for the last two and a half years pastor
of Unity church, tendered his resigna
tion to the congregation after services
Sunday. At the annual meeting Wednes
day the members unanimously adopted
a resolution which expressed their sincere
appreciation of his work and their pro
found regret for the discouraging condi
tions which have led to his resignation
The time of Mr. IJlllefors' leaving Is not
yet set For the present, at least, and
possibly until slimmer, he will occupy
the pulpit of Unity church.
No action In the matter of procuring a
now minister will be taken until fall, and
the church will probably be closed from
the time that Dr. Lllllefors leaves until
DEVELOPMENT NUMBER OF
THE BEE STILL TO FRONT
Echoes from tho Issuance of The Bee's
Nebraska Development number are still
being heard. E. V. Parrlsh, manager of
the publicity bureau of the Commercial
club, received a letter commending the
magazine from Jeanette C. Hall, princl.
pul of the high school of New Roohelle,
"We find tho Information In the maga
zine very useful," said the letter. '"The
Btudents prefer such magasslnes to text
ESTERLINE GOES WEST
TO FINISH DISSOLUTION
Blackburn Esterllne, special assistant
to the attorney general, passed through
Omaha en route to Los Angeles to close
up the dissolution of the Union Pacific
and the Southern Pacific railroads In ac
cordance with the ruling of the United
States supreme court. He called at the of
fice of United States Attorney Howell
while In Omaha.
JIM In cash prizes given away by Ro
Burns Baker Co. See ad on Page 13.
Cared of Iilrer Complaint.
"I was suffering with liver complaint."
says Iva Smith of Point Blank, Tex.,
and deolded to try a 26a bos of Cham
berlain's Tablets, and am happy to say
that I am completely cured and can reo-
ommend them to every one." For sale
by all dealers. Advertisement
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miiuiuhi n mm rail
Italph E, Sunderland, who occupied th
llmol.Kht na oryun ser of the Citizens'
union, is out in Oakland. Cal.
PhtliD Schwartl of the old Nebraska.
Clothing company Is with the Comfort
Manufacturing company at Chicago,
Georgo M. Wlnkelman, brother of Rich-
ard E. Wlnkelman, of Paxton & Galla
gher company, formerly a clerk In the
First National bank of Omaha, Is serving
his third term as a representative In the
Wyoming legislature, representing Con
verse county. He Is one of the strong I
men of the republican party, recognised
as a leader of ability by friends and foes.
V, E. Wilson, active as a democrat and
known here as former state bank exam
iner. Is county attorney at Stromaburg,
Neb., where he settled after banking for
four yours In Bakerstield, Cal.
Fred Kleser, who fop many years was
a, resident on the south side, la now llv-
Ing with Mrs. Kleser and three of their I
children on a little fruit farm near Du-I
Perfect is the one word that
describes this whiskey.
It is made, aged and bottled under Uncle Sam's
constant supervision, it bears his 100 seal of
purity, age and full measure. Look for this little
green stamp over the cork of every bottle of
iottled In bond