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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1914.
GALA DAY AT OMAHA U
Pcstival of Crowning of May Queen
I m tit t
MISS FOSTER ELECTED QUEEN
Untlre Onr to Up ilcn Over t
Plays nnit Functions, Winding li
Yrltli Two, Very Klnlxirnte In
t Chnrnclrr, nt 'lKht.
The crowning of the May queen nt the '
fourth annual Gala day to be held by the 1
students of the University of Omaha.
Stay IS, promises to surpass in splendor i
ny of those previously held nt the ac 100I. I
Ladles In waiting, nuilds of honor and '
hosts of other attendants will make ne
spectacle one of royal appearance. ,
In nddltion sixteen Final I girls, dreei i
In white, will dance b.ut thn Mav pj'.n I
and sing welcome songs to the queen. !
The grand finale will come when the '
roval crown-bearer, announced bv iiiuc. ,
music and songs, (In res the garlH.nl if
flowers on the queen's head. !
Every class and many societies of tnoi
school arc putting on small plays, v. hloh j
will be given lu the large school sym
naslutn. 12cry student In the l.'nlvi rsll? .
of Omaha Is connected with the uf frtlr. j
The entire day of May H Is to lw oiit 1
In festivals, which will culminate In tin-
crowning of the queen. In Ihc afternoon j
n special program Is to bo Riven by sev- ,
eral df the classes and In the evening i
nftcr the coronation another program will
Miss Mildred Foster, a 'unlor, has been
elected queen. Miss Katb 'rlno Case, as
next highest In tho eloctlon, was chosen
special maid of honor.
Of the various plays planned by I In
different clashes that of the seniors, com
bined with the preparatory studunts. will
be the largest. These two classes ion
blncd will stage historical scenes, navln
the tUh5 of "Dream Faces." The cault
given out nro as follows:
Children, ot lfil-Maild Mlllor. Helen
Johnston. Mabel Nelsen, l-ela Klmcr,
Gladys Putnnm, Marjorle I'arsons. Will
Tloberts, niclinrd 1'eters, MMvIn Hencons,
William Denny, James Hmlth.
Courting and Wedding Scenes of IS'A -little
t'ndcrhlll. Florence Dow, Kdna
Opper, Luclle Hlv, Marllla Case, Jay
Lampmnn. Howard Diiniiin. Drew Amid,
Kmcrsm Goodrich, Harvey lllco, Rol.ort
Hughes, Clinton Halsey.
Tho Soldiers Ilelurn little Underbill,
Howard Dunam and chorus of children.
'The Ilushvllle Auction," stnged by the
Dramatic club of the sclnol. Is a one-.tct
comedy. Following Is the cast;
"Mrs, Hevelry Jones Initio Underbill
Miss Harrlcttn llean..,.aindys Talmadge
Miss Thomas Urldlcy Marlon I 'en rim II
Aunt Charlotte Hfflo Clellnnd
Mrs, Henry Q. 'arkenson..OlKn Anderson
Dlr Wllloughby Wlnslow
Miss Wllloughby Wlnslow, n daughter
Miss Wllloughby Wlnslow, another
daughter Myrlo Coffmnn
Mr Thomas llrldley Dick Rlclnnls
Henry G. Parkcnson Flnley Jenkins
Mr. Qoung, auctioneer Jno Weinberg
Silas Waxworth Stanley High
Last Step in District
Court for Moss Boy
The last move which can be made In
district court In behalf of 7-yenr-olcl Halph
Moss, who endured two ampututlons of
Ills leg when tho limb was cut off by n I
X t t ....... i I T", I . I . I 1- . . I .. .
HDuuii a-ui-iuu iri'ifiiu mini WIIS IllU'lC
by his attorney!, Saturday. The court
vpa asked to entertain a motion to make
Mp Iho issues In tho caso Just us though
the railroad had never paid Itulph's father
Jl.COO to dismiss the suit.
Although It was understood that tho
move was merely preliminary to tlu
carrying of the cuo to tho supremo court
a ray of hope for Ralph appealed when
District Judge Kngllsh callgd for the
files following Attorneys Donovan 'and
Donohoe's argument that since tho roll
road had never filed an answer In tho
caso and the charges In Hnlph's petition
stood undented by It no Issue as to the
merits of the caso had heretofore been
STAMPS NOT NEEDED ON
LETTERS SENT FROM FRONT
Unusual means have been employed by
the l'ostofflce department for the dlB
patch of mall to nnd from tho soldiers,
sailors nnd marines, engaged In tho mo.
bllizatlon near Vera Cruz, and tho Toxas
border. No longer will lack of funds bo
a valid excuso for tho falluro of theso
men to write tho folka at home.
An order Issued by tho 'postmaster gon
eral last week provides that lotters dis
patched by sailors, soldiers and mu.lncs,
whon stamped with tho signature of Ihc
commanding officer or surgeon of tho
detachment, shall .be forwarded to their
destination and tho postago collected at
Since the establishment of the United
States mall agency at Vera Crux mnll
addressed to soldiers and sailors there
as well as mall for the United htatos.
originating at that point. Is curri-l un
der tho domestic classification, ind unly
United States stamps are to bo it'lfe
to such matter. Particular emphus .1 has
teen laid by the l'ostofflce lepaitnunt
upon the proper address of persons con
nected with the army, navy ur murine
corps. Such mall to be promptly iHllv
ercd, must carry the regiment, company,
ship or corps to which the addressee Is
HUMMEL HAS LARGE FUND
FOR PUBUCPAR MUSIC
The schedule of band concerts to be
given in the parks this summer Is now
fclng arranged by Commissioner J. It.
Hummel. At least four concerts will be
given In each ot the seven parks. bslde
corcerts on special occasions and holi
days. This has been made nnlbe by the
receipt of donations or S10A each from
Albert Krug, Louis n. Metz and Gottlieb
Storz a total of $300, together with the
Jl.COO donated by the street railway ooin
pany. making a total of $1,309, and with
a like amount from the city will glvo
the department the largest concert fund
that It has liac In some time.
The Omaha Bee's Song Book Distribution Will Be Brought To a Close
Seven Song' Books
Here are a few titles
it tld favorites from
Ms complete collection,
fee how many of these
ioiik" you can find in
liiv other similar book;
Auut l.ant Syne.
AUslr.an National Hymn.
Battle ury of Freedom.
Udoor, iioys, Chetr.
c a u tuuu national
Como All Ye Faithful,
borne. Holy Spirit,
dome, Ys Disconsolate,
liaroy and Joan.
Douglas, i'onltr and
Do Tiiey Kiss Me at
Drink to Me Only With
Du, Du, lilebst Mtr lm
ri? ot Our Union Tor-
riow Otntlj, Swett
airl I Left Dehlnd Ms.
Olory, tiiory, Uallelujah.
Harp Xiiat Onoa Through
Uarict Uarkl My Soul.
Tara's If alls.
Holland's National Hymn
Home, Can I rorgst
X Cannot Sing the Old
Z Drsampt X Dwelt In
Irish National Sons',
Italian national Kyinu.
It Was a Dream.
X Was Seeing Hslly
Jernsaiein, tho Ooldsn
Jesus. Xiover of My Soul
John Anderson, My Jo.
Jesus, Lover of My Soul,
Jerusalem, the Qolden.
X.ead, Kindly light.
XUfo on the Ooean Wave,
listen to the Mocking
last Xtose of Bummer,
lead, Kindly light
life on the Ocean Wave
listen to the Mooklnir
little Brown Jtur.
long1, long Ago.
lore's Old Swett Song.
Massa's In De Oold
My Old Btttoh.
My Country, 'TIs of Thee.
Marching T h r o n g h
Maid of Athens.
Maple leaf rorevert
JW r o h 1 n k Through
Maryland, My Maryland.
Msssa's In de Cold, Cold
Mr Oonntr" "Sin of Thee
My last Cigar.
My OM Puteh
My Old Kentucky Horns.
Plnetv and Nine
"- he n Over
Ninety and nine.
Now tho Day Is Over.
One Sweetly Solemn
Oft In the Stilly Night.
Old Arm Chair
Old Blaok Joe
n'rt rabtn JIoi
Old Tolks at Home.
Only a race at the Win
dow. O. the land That We
O. Thou Joyfnl Day.
Olrt Xulks n name
Old Oaken Buoket
On Sweetly Solemn
Cnlv a Taco at the
"rhlte and me.
Booked in the Cradle of
Hoc M' to sleep, Mother.
Koot of Ares.
Shonld Axil d Acquaint
ance Be Forgot.
Sta of the Summer
Then Tou'll Remember
There J a Jfat)" land.
TMne Ro Blue and
W Ba the Klver
Ton and X.
W 's My llttlo Doi
W'-d'nan, Spare That
Watch on the Ithlne.
All tho HI;; Stnrs
Reproduced from copy
rlKhted photographs ap
proved by the artists
OMAHA BEE READERS, here's a chance for YOU a LAST CHANCE, for the
big song book offer positively ends THIS WEEK. Now that the NEW PARCEL
POST RATES are in effect, out-of-town readers can take advantage of the reduced
mailing charges as explained in the song book coupon printed elsewhere in this
issue. Clip that coupon and send it TODAY. Or if convenient; call at: this office
as named therein and get this LATEST collection of the dear old favorites our dad
dies loved so well. They're ALL here. But there'll not be another chance for YOU
on account of which ONLY ONE COUPON IS REQUIRED NOW.
BE QUICK-TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS OFFER
Songs of All
Kinds for All
Kinds of People
BOOKS IN ONE
Anything and everything, including
the Americanized, versions of favorite
With Many Others, Not Forgetting
Our Own Dear Old
ALL TOGETHER IN
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We strongly recommend the splendid
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which would readily sell for $2.50 any
place and will last a lifetime.
Size of this
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BOOK BY PARCEL POST
Those residing out of town or
those who cannot come to this
office will welcome the low
tiarcel post rates of malllnjr.
MAIL OHDKItS Either booU
by parcel post. Include KX
TKA 7 cents within 1E0 miles;
10 cents 160 to 300 miles; for
Krea.ter distance nsk your
postmaster amount to include
for 3 pounds. Address
Fifteen Hundred Join
Bovs' Garden Clubs rJWfiri?i?SSr:::::::;:::::::: 2i
' jliowurd Kennedy, II. llrentllnger.,... 75
Druid mil, Georee Troniler.. :i
Uupont, Ixiul K. OreenhaKou 12
Kdwurd Hosewater, Harry Latowsky.. 30
Organization ot Harden c.ubs among
Uys of the publlo schools has been com
Dieted, with almost 1,500 lads enrolled and,
making gardens. Ninety-six cash prizes
of from 35 cents to Jl. offered by the
Commercial club, and three memberships
in the Young Men's Christian association.
It is the Intention of the department to wllla" B rui"l"K rtul. "vo fur
I i l 1 ... .. . . ' ..I ..... . I . . .1 i ..... ... - I . 1 wt . . nltnl
distribute the music equally among- tha
parks in the different sections of the city.
DIETZ HELPS LIBRARY ISSUE
SECOND EDIJI0N OF BOOK
To meet an extensive demand for copies
of Miss Zoro I. Shields' booklet. "Foi
tgn Literature In Translation," the pub
)lo library through the eourteay of C. N.
Pletz, has issued a fecund edition of the
work The hew itut aontalns a fore
word by 51 1 as Charlotte Templeton, sec
retary of the Nebraska Public Library
commission, who commends the work
highly A bibliography has also been
added Mlis 8hiidi is a teacher of Eng
lish In be Central High school.
Dished Inducement for the boys to pitch
In and turn out tine guldens. Four early
vegetables, onions, radtsht. beets and
lettuce, are being ruUd.
It. 8, Kiower. boys' work director of
the association. Is head of the clubs, and
J. J. Somerville of the ussootatlon Is In
spector and Instructor. The oontust closos
June SO with a big exhibition of garden
products at the association building. The
enrollment of the clubs Is as follows: .
School and Captain. Membership.
Oancroft, Harold Ilolsen W
Iteals. Lestet- Hayes it
Cass, Charles Flint ; 37
Castellar. Charles Claussen 41
Central. Arthur Logan 41
Central Park Frank Dewey 11
Clifton Hill, Ilegnier Davis 43
Columbian, Herbert Felrinan 43
Comenlua. John Janak .. &!
Ketloni, Walter Ustentag S?
Lake. Joe Ualllgler tit
umcoln. Jack .Slaven .1
Long. Math V. Themes M
Lothrop, piatt Taylor 101
Mason, Leonard McCoun "6
Miller Park. Kdwln Moser 30
Monmouth l'ark. Kdward Kupplg 31
Pacini-. John Motcalf IS
Park, Ilobcrt Uucklngham 119
Saratoga, ICarl Tyson 30
Sherman. Allan Houch 31
Train, Kaymond Sehriober 50
VtntoilP Harold Fisher it
Walnut Hill, Henry Fehra 17
Windsor, Louis Herliig OS
The captains ot the school clubs will
meet Thursday with Secretary Snerv!ll
at the association building.
by Itev. Charles Savldgo In the presence
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lvlghty. Mrs.
Lelghty Is Mrs. Scutes' sister,
SCATES OF AUTO SCHOOL
MARRIES MISS WALTERS
G K. 8cats, owner of the Nebraska
Automobile school, was quietly married
to Miss May Walters In Mr 8cates' new
home. West Center street at 7 ?0 o'clock
last night. The ceremony waj perfgraied
FAVOR WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
Within tne last few weeks twenty
eight labor organizations In Omaha have
pledged their support to the equal suf
frage campaign In Nebraska. These or
ganlzatlons Include tho. Central Labor
union and the largest unions In the city,
and represent nearly 5,000 men. In nearly
all the organizations the vote was unani
mous for the resolution, and many mem
bers exprebsed their Intention of work
ing for autfrage.
During tho coming month suffrage
kpeakers, both men and women, will P
pear before Improvement clubs, fraternal
organizations, social clubs and other
bodies. Many requests for suffrage speak
ers have been received from organizations
In Omaha, South Omaha, Benson,' Flor
ence. Dundee, Italston and other towns In
Rogers Says that
Though; is a Force
That thought Is a force as certainly as
electricity, and Is the chief factor in
human destiny, was the contention of L.
W. nosers last night at parlor B, Pax
When Franklin made hl first- experi
ments, the lecturer said, the world knew
nothing of electric force ud that was tho
position today toward thought force; yet
thought was a mighty power, and like
any other force could be used for either
a good or a bad purpose just as an elec
tric current could be used to Illuminate a
city or to kill a human being. Hypno.
tlsm was referred to by the lecturer as
Illustrating the power of thought.
Two baritone solos were sung by Carl
Abbott with Katherlne Abbott at the
Tonight Mr. Rogers' theme will be, "The
Evolution of the Soul."
For lluriii llrulaea laiul Sort-
the quickest and surest cure Is Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Every household should
have a box on hand all the time SSc
All druggists Advertisement
JACKS0NIAN CLUB GIVES
COMPLIMENT TO FETTERMAN.
Tito Grminii Avtutura Killed.
BTRTTIN Germany. May 10. Lieuten
ants Fuber and Kurtz, Otrman army
aviators, were killed today while at-,
tempting to h lunuing nere . v-",J T iv,., t'.tVrnh
. -.,,, -, a,hn... - . n I dents. 13 l unnlngham, John hitzrob-
were on a fllBht from Schwerln to Posen lertg, South Omaha. Horace M Davis.
The Jacksonlan club uf Nebraska held
a business meeting Saturday In the
Patterson block quarters. Officers were
elected for another year and plans were
made for a meeting of the new leaders
next Tuesday, at which time a member
ship campaign will be started. One of the
features of the ineettYig was the adoption
of the following resolution In behalf ot
Colonel A. D. Fetterman, a well-known
local newspaper man, who last night
turned in "thirty" to his paper. Fetter
man goes to Ilyannls to practice law.
The following la the resolution:
Resolved, That the departure of Colonel
A. D. Fetterman of the World-Herald to
reside upon his section in the western
part of Nebraska Is deeply regretted by
this club, and that the membership
hereof earneutly wishes he and his the
greatest happiness and success, although
wo shall pver miss his faithful and In
telligent newspaper reports, his genial
presence, his wise counsel, his true sym
pathy and his patriotic services In behalf
of this and other organizations which
stand for the principles of true democ
racy. Officers elected were
President, Frank L Weaver ' presl
Ord; Frank Shields. Orleans; financial
secretary. William J. Ynncy; wcortlng
secretary C C. Redwood; treasurer Her
bert Daniel, directors. J. W. Woodrauch
Colonel B. p. Marshall, Dr. A H . iHSpr
Omaha on Itinerary
of Trade Excursion
The Merchants' and Manufacturers' as.
sociatlon of Milwaukee is planning a b,g
trade excursion that Is to include Omahn
on Its itinerary. It runs from June 1 io
June 17, and Is the fourteenth annual trade
excursion of the association. It Is under
the auspices of the manufacturers' and
Jobbers' committee of the association.
Seventy-eight prominent bankers, whole-
tiers and manufacturers of the metrop
oils of Wisconsin will be n Omaha n
June 18 from 10:30 a. m. until 5:30 p. m
The exourslon this year will be the most
pretentious booster trip ever undertaken
by this organization. Among the mem
bers of the party will be G. A. Badlns
mayor of Milwaukee.
The men who will form this party w,l
be made up principally of the heads
manufacturing establishments jybbln.
houses and financial Institutions