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n SUSY DAYS FOR SOCIETY Urje Wedding and Bij Party for ' Charity on the Calendar. SVMHtOUS AFFAIRS AT CLUBS eot Set la Evidence with Panclnn- Parti at FlrM tlnn 4 Happr Hallow Last ' at Week. Than an Now. Tt fell upon a ummer' dsy, When all th world wu bright and gar (I'll ner forget!): Th birds were singing In the trees, Th bluebell noddid In the breeto And thn we met I , It fall upon a winter' niglit. When all tha world Is cold and white (Poor little heart'.)) The wind It mom and groan and sighs. The enow In drifts around us lies And now w parti The Blgher. Taa elal Calendar. MONTAY-Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Austin, Harmony club; Mrs. C. W. Hull. Mon day Bridge club; Miss Henrietta Hoes, Melody club; Mies Mary Lee McShnnc, luncheon for Miss Wood; Mr. end Mrs. 8. I). Barkalow. dinner party. TUTJBDAY Miss Sally Oroh, Informal evening party for Miss Bhrlver; IndleV ' day at Hapvy Hollow; Mrs. 1'. E. White. Thimble club. WEDNESDAY Colllng-MrShane aeddlntf; Cranmer-Wood wedding: Old-Time club, Mrs. Henry Baker, Hcnnn: Alternate Club, J. T. Foyer, 4fM; Capllnl avenue; Mrs. May Auld and Mies Auld, lunch at Field club; ladies' day tind midweek danoe at Country club; ladW day and midweek dance at Field cluli; Woman J elub luncheon at Happy Hollow. THURSDAY Creche bridge party at the Country club; C. T. club, Mrs. R. U Toung. assisted by Mrs. r. W. Mlke aell and Mrs. Uus Epenetor; Mrs. A. i. Cloyd, luncheon;- ladles' day at Happy Hollow. , FRIDAY Mis Pauline Mills and Miss Gladys Impey, dance at Field club in honor of Brownell Hall seniors; Misses Hasel and Ruth livens, dance at Happy Hollow; Miss Nell Carpenter, browning club of Omaha High school. ATURDAY Mrs. Hastings, children's party for Catherine Hastings; dinner and dance at Country club, Happy Hol low and Field club; Mrs. Wilson Low, dinner at Country club. Society ha resurrected its Busy Day sign from the disuse In which it has re posed since Ash Wednesday, brushed off the ce-bweb and will hang it face out at least twice this week. Wednesday and Thursday are the fullest days, but the entire Utter half of the; week 1 pretty well occupied. Tha Colllng-McShan and Cranmer-Wood weddings, which will take place Wednesday, each to be followed by reception, the luncheon of the Women's club at Happy Hollow, the first of the mid-week hop at the Country club, ladle' day and the bop at the Field club, all for Wednesday, and the Creche card party, besides several less pretentious af fair for Thursday, are the Important thing on the calendar. Friday will bring two dancing parties for the member of the younger set, one given at the Field Club by Miss Pauline Mill and Miss QlaxJys Impey for the graduating clas of Brownell hall and the other for the high school given by Misses Haiel and Ruth Evan at Happy Hollow. Saturday will bring the week's-end dinner and hop at all tha cluba and the numerous parties Incidental to It Tha opening of the Boat ' club at Lake Manawa, scheduled, for Saturday, was prac tically called, off on account of the rainy weather. Few, if any, of the Omaha set went over. In fact, little Interest haa been evinced on this side this season van' among' the men who .were the moat antbuslastlo sailors last sesson. On of the notable affairs of the late spring and probably the last of the large thing given In .the Interest of charity, la the card party that will be given at the Country club Thursday for the benefit of tha ' Creche. The game will be called Jf nri,in... Sanatorium This Institution Is the only on P tm thm central weak with separate U Midlagi situated la their own ample ground yet entirely tll- BtUact e4 rendering It possible to clweeJfy casss. The on building eecng mm iot aa aevotca to mo treatment of noo-conta gio ua end BOMBatal dtoee.ee, no others be ing admitted. The other. Rest Oottatte, being designed (or nud devoted te the ex dual r treatment of Betoct mental cases, requiring tat a time watchful care end spe cial aureiag. ESQ HAIR On a Woman's Face, Neck, Arm or Shoulder is Not Considered Attractive. U JEUXE DEPILATORY (LIQUID) will remove hair from any part of tha body In from 6 to 10 minutes leaving the akin soft and white no smarting or burning: 75o per bottle. By mall, sealed. 11.00. Circular free. HKXaXAW MoOOVXXX.1. StVO CO., Cor. 10th and Dodge Sts.. Omaha. OWX SITO CO., Cor. 18th and Harney St. TABLE D'HOTE DINNER TCBAY AT Me CALUMET BCHOOLI AND COLLEfiKJ. ASK a school We will send you cata logues and school infor mation of any kind which you cannot obtain so easily in any other way. This service is abso lutely free. No charge now or at any other time. The following classes of schools are included in this offer: A Colleges, Universities B Schools (or Young Ladies ' C Boys', Military aV-Music, Art, Oratory It 'Professional aT Technic!, Trsds O Business, Tele rsph, Normal H--K.todrgrtea, Nuise . 1 Correspondence Xdaeatlonat Information Bore an at I s wiild jtnlldlsm. St. Low Ik. Mo. (ill mm Avtsst. Nw York, Room 1108 3 S3 - promptly at 1 o'clock and about f4 women I will participate. A number of handsome prlres have been donated by the business men and other of the city and the tickets, which r-ll at fl each, hare been bovant largely by those women whose presence mskita things popular and faslilonable. Tickets are being sold by the board of di rectors tf the Oeche. whkh Includes: Mr. T. L. Kimball, president; Mr. J. B. taura, vice president; Mr. Arthur Bran dels, treasurer; Mr. McMahon, secretary; Mrs. H. T. Lemtst, Mrs. Arthur Met. Mr. F. A. Nash. Mrs. W. A. Faxton. Jr.; Mrs. J. C. Cowan, Miss Carrie Millard. Mrs. William Redlck. Mrs. Joseph Cudahy. Miss Busan Holdrcge, Miss Belle Kimball, Mra Daniel Baum, Mrs. A. Q. Beeson, Mrs. Charles Green, Mrs. O. W. Wattles, Mrs. Charles Kounlie, Mrs. Arthur Remington, Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrlck, Miss Barrow, Mrs. O. T. Anderson and Mrs. Ada Walker. At the Cosslrr Clnb. ' Mr. Edward George entertained at dinner at the Omaha Country club for Miss Calvert of Portland, Me., who Is the guest of Mr. C. C. George. Covers were laid for Miss Calvert, Miss Potter, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. George, Mr. and Mr. Arthur J. Cooey, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Welsh, Mr. O. C. Redlck and Mr. George. Mr. and Mrs. William Aycrlgg entertained Captain and Mrs. Frank B. Lawrence, Mr. Scngslack and his daughter, Mrs. Seng stack of Passaic, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. William Baxter. Mr. Lee McShane entertained eight guests at dinner, and Mr. Harry McCormlck also had a dinner f.arty of eight guests. Mr. Elmer Cope l.ad a party of four, and Mr. E. V. Lewis of three. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahoney had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. A. Mothe Borglum, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hochstetler, Dr. and Mis. P. C. Moriorty and Mr. A. B. My ers. At Happy Hollow. Among those having guests at Happy Hollow Saturday evening were: Mr. Guy Liggett, who had covers for six; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Van Court, four; Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Henry, six; A. F. Croigh, four; W. T. Durkee, two; H. G. Myers, five; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Selby, two, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson, two. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Austin entertained at dinner for Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and their daughter, Miss Catherine Brown, of Chicago. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, Miss Catherine Brown, Mr. ands Mrs. Henry Brown and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Austin. Mr. Joe Havens entertained for Miss Mildred Ross. Covers were laid for Miss Mildred Row, Miss Edna Hunter, Miss' Venus O'Neill, Mr. Jack Palmer, Mr. Joe Havens and Mr. Bert Miner. Dining with Mr. and Mrs. T. Slbberscu were: Mr. and Mrs. John Tartrldgo and guest, Mrs. Johnson of Bloomlngton, Mrs. E. O. Hamilton and Mrs. Hoc,kenberger. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. SomeM entertained Mr. and Mrs. Newman of Mexico and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fish. The guests of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Webster were: Mr. and Mra. J. 8. Welt sell. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. North and Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Cloyd. At the Field Club. Those who had dinner at the Field club Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. John W. Towle, who entertained for Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jones of Macon, Ga. Their other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E. Biuner, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Millard and Mr. and Mrr R. Bwartwout. Other reservations were made by Dr. B. A. McHemott for four; Mr. T. C. Fal lon, five; Mr. C D. Armstrong, four; Mr. M. R. Murphy, two; Mr. IL . B, Frlsbie, three; Mr. Aubrey Potter, four; Mr. J. T. Frederick, four, and Mr. II, J. Pen fold, five ' Mr. Ralph Bedwell had as his guests: Mr. Carl Nagl, Mr. Stanton Salisbury, Mr.- Hal McKInney, Mr. Will Ross, Mr. Clarence Patton, Mr. Arthur Knudson, Mr. Harold Lease, Mr. Charles Sears, Mr. Edward Burdlck, Mr. Ray MevVhfnney and Mr. Henry Howe. Pleasures Past. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawrle entertained at dinner Friday evening In honor of Mr. Lawrle's mother, who is at present visiting them. Thoso present were: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Q, W. Johns ton. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Partridge, Mis. Lawrle, Chicago; Miss Ethel Lawrle and. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawrle. Miss Katherlne Beeson entertained at a matinee luncheon Saturday for six friends from Brownell Hall. Covers wore laid for Mis Mildred Butler, MUa Ruth Hammer, Mis Elizabeth Bruce, Miss Menle Davis, Mlsj Daphne Peters, Miss Alice Carter and Miss Beeson. After luncheon they attended tha Boyd theater. Mr. Harry Lawrle entertained at her home In Kountse Place the Lothrop corps, on Saturday afternoon, when Mra Lemon announced the engagement of Miss Minnie Baker to Mr. Edwin Farmer of San Diego, Cal, Those present were: Mrs. Nora Lemon, Miss Mary Beech er. Miss Josephine Grant, Mlsa Jessie B. Pyrtle, Miss Graco Griffith, Miss Elisabeth Fearon, Miss Wll- helmlne Harder, Mlsa Ada Sharrar, Mlsa Ruth Flnkler. Miss Amelia Magnussen, Miss Ruth Pollock, Miss Minnie Olner, Miss Jennie M. Phelps, Miss Louise Keese, Mis Maude Rock, Miss Jeannette Newlean,, Mrs. Mary C. Patterson, Mrs. Claire N. Cooper." Mrs. Guy R. Baker, Mlsa Minnie P. Baker, Mlsa Ethel Lawrle, Miss Amy Lawrle, Mrs. Lawrle, Chicago, and Mrs. Harry Lawrle. Mr. Noblu DcFrtnce was given a sur prise party Friday evening at his home. 2501 SpaiJdlng street. The evening was pleasantly spent playing games, and those present were: Miss Helen Kellogg, Miss Jennie Simpson, Mis Madge Johnson, Miss Francis Rlmermann, Miss Helen Hatch, Miss Welcome Houchln, Miss Hasel Ochil tree, Miss Grace Simpson, Mr. Merle Simp son, Mr. Howard Salisbury, Mr. Harry Mc Creary, Mr. Leo Kanest, Mr. Roy Mus grave, Mr. Earl McCasserty, ' Mr. Harry McCasserty, Mr. Kenneth Anderson, Mr. Nell Morris. Mr. Norman Davis. Mr. Ralph Zimmerman, Mr. Will Rogers and Mr. No ble DeFrance. The Berean "New Movement Class" of First United Presbyterian church, Tv-nty. first and Emmet streets, was enter. ined at the chv.rch parlor Friday evening by the "smile", division of the Berean. The decorations were Japanese. The reception committee consisted of about a doaen girls costumed as Japanese maids, who aerved light refreshments. The program consisted of a song, "Bronco Buster," by Miss Ruth Glllesrle; Impersonation, by Mr. Pacard: mandolin si'lo, by Mr. E. G. Pash; a read ing by Mrs. Harriet Sherman; a song in Japarr?t by Mlsa Okloko of Toklo, and several enjoyable numbers by the Seymour quartet. The Bcrtans sre a class of about :c ycinc people. Arrangements were mode to charter a special train for their annual Fourth of July outing. Mr. Thomas Brown entertained Satur day evening at a dancing party at her home in honor of Mia Zoe Mirguorit Fries, who graduates from Brownell Hall In June. The gutst were mostly mem bers of the senior cls of Brownell Hall. The house was decorated to Xht c as colors, green and whits, and the School colors, red and whit. The In vited gueata wia: Min Carmalltn Cha, Mis Helen Forbet, Miss Puiln Mills, Mlis Gladys Impey, Miss Aurel Murty, Mis Gladys Graham. Mlsa Mar gret Busch. Miss Carri Patrick. Miss Anna Rogers. Miss Ethel Anderson, Miss Pearl Eddy, Miss Mary Lanning. MUa Fannl Putcamp. Miss Mary Msllor. Miss Helen Jackson. Miss Mary Xoehler. Mr. Jo E. Bar too. Mr. Lee Mltchull, Mr. Harold Lowman, Mr. Roy McCalllster, Mr. Waller 8rhopp, Mr. Eialre Duval, Mr. Justice Lowe, Mr. Fred Wallace, Mr. Fred Myers, Mr. George Brown, Mr. Roy McCullough, Mr. Mile Standlsh. Mr. Jack Welsh, Mr. George Thummel, Mr. Rohert Arthur, Mr. Rohert Bhiverlck and Mr. Lloyd Smith and Miss Macrae and Miss Wessa. Come ssd Go Ooaslp. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Dundee on Friday, May 22. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conlngham have re turned from a two week' visit In the east. Mr. Ada Goodman haa returned from a two weeks' visit at Excelsior Spring and Kansas City. Mrs. Scott and Miss McLaughlin of Lin coln were guest of Mrs. Thomas A. Mc Shane Thursday. Mr. William H. Brill of St. Louis, form erly of Omaha, spent Friday in the city, the guest of friends. Mr. Thomn A. Crelgh left Monday to attend the Grand Army of the Republic encampment at Hastings. Mrs. Clyde L. .Babcock and son, Harold, have returned from Colorado Springs, Colo., and will remain until summer. Mrs. Henry Hiller and Mrs. Harry May were called to Dcs Moines Saturday by the death of their sister, Mrs. Joseph May. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Byron Prultt, who have been visiting friends In Omaha, have returned to thlr home in Kansas City. Mlssil-ena Frlcko of Plattsmouth, Neb., who was the guest for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Smith, has returned to her home. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Colby of Crelghton, Neb., have been visiting Judge and Mrs. Fawcett. Dr. Colby will return home this week, Mrs. Colby remaining several weeks. Mies Nannie Page, who Is attending Miss Spence's school In New York, returns the last of the month to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Page. Mrs. John E. Stokes and little son will arrive on Tuesday to be the guests of Miss Ida Smith for a short time. Mrs. Stokea and Miss Smith were room mates at Na tional Park seminary. Lieutenant G. C. Mullen of the Twenty first infantry, U. S. A. who was on his way from San Francisco to New York, spent the week here, the guest of Mrs. I. Hayes. Mr. John Cndy of Mollne, III., president of the Transmlsslsslppl Golf association and one of the best known golfers In the country, was the guest of Mr. C. W. Hull for a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. August Mothe Borglum will leave about the first of June for New York City to sail on tho steamship, Trov ence, of the French line for Paris, whera they will spend the summer. Miss Alice Kennard, who has been visit ing her Mster, Mrs. John C. Goodwin, in Newcastle, Ind., will spend next week In Cincinnati and will attend while there exercises at the Sacrod Heart convent 111 celebration of the birthday of Its founder. I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Presson cf Dundee are entertaining a house rarty, all of tho members being relatives, In honor of Rev. Harrison Presson of Auburn, Neb., who Is !l years of age and Is the grandfather of Mr. Prcsson.' Other gvests are Mra. Laura, Davlcs of Mankato, Minn., and Mr. and , Mrs. William H. McBrldo of De Moines. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kelly will sail from New York, June 25, on the steamship, Ara bic, for London. They will visit Mr. Kel ly's mother in Ireland and will gi to Munich for the opera season, and spend some time in Berlin, sailing for home Sep tember 17. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Brown and James H., Jr., returned to their home On Thirty-eighth avenue after . spending about six months with relatives In Oak land and Berkeley,' where James H. Brown. Jr., attended the University of California.' Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Austin will go to Chicago the second week in June for the commencement at the University, of Chi cago, when their son,' Mr. Wilson Austin, will graduate. Mr. Wilson Austin will go to New York City' for the national con vention of the Phi Gamma Dulta fraternity, which will be held the latter part of June. A number will attend from L'ncoln and some of the other members from Omaha are planning to go. Prospective Pleasures. Mra. May Auld and Miss Auld will give a luncheon Wednesday at the Field club for .eighteen guests. Saturday, June 6, the alumnae of Brownell hall will give a luncheon at the Country club for the senior class and Miss Micrau. Invitation will be Issued this week for the evening reception and musicals at Brownell hall for the senior class, which will be given Monday evening, June ft. Saturday afternoon, from S to 6, Mrs. Byron Hastings will give a children' party nt Happy Hollow for her daughter, Cather ine, whoso seventh birthday it will be. About thirty-five children will bo present and enjoy the pleasures offered by the club. Mrs. A. D. Cloyd will entertain at lunch eon Thursday at her home for Miss Alice Auld, whose wedding to Mr. William L. Unrlckcr will take place about the middle of June. . , Captain Reed C. ' Peters of Company E of the High School Cadet battalion will entertain hi company next Saturday even ing at his home, 4822 Cass street. A novel program of entertainment will take place on the lawn and in the house. Mr. Peters will be assisted by the company sponsor, Miss Grace McBrlde, and the staff officers and other captains, with their sponsors, will also be present. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Barkalow will entertain at dinner In honor of Miss Margaret Wood and Mr. William Cranmer.. Their gueets will be the wedding party and out-of-town guests: Miss Mar garet Woods, Miss Mary Lee McShane, Miss Jean Baralow, Miss Catherine Cran mer, Miss Wlllamaln Cranmer, Mrs. B. B. Woods, Mrs. W. T. Cranmer, Mr. William Cranmer, Mr. George Cranmer, Mr. Roy Wood, Mr. Ben Wood, Mr. Robert Wood, Mr. Loring Calkins of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Barkalow of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Kuykendall of Denver, Mr. and Mrs Ernest cf Denver, Mr. Stanley Ineson and Mr. Denlse Barkalow Weddlnzs and In(H(enrnU. Mr. Earnest D. Meneray and Miss Net' tie U. Fleming, both of Council Bluffs, wer qulet:y married by the Rev. T. J. Mackay In All Saints' rectory Saturday, May 21. Mr. and Mrs. James K. O'Neill announce the engagement of their daughter, Mlus Sarah Venus O'Neill to Mr. William R. P.owes of San Bernardino, Cal. Th wed ding will tak p'ac June 17 at Sacred Heart church, on Blnney street, Omaha. The cards have been Ijsued for the wedding cf MM Mabel Germain Shrlver, daughter of Mr. and Mn. WlUlam O hrlver, to Mr John J. Brown of Hanni bal, Mo., which takes placs Tuesday even lng, June 9, at St. Mark'a Lutheran church. Th attendants wil be Miss Ines Bloam, maid of honor, and Miss Irene fecard and Miss E:ie Kwlng of Qlsnwood, la, bridesmaids. Mr. Gaorge Brown of Seattle will act as best man and th ushers will be Mr. Hall Powell of Hannibal. Mo., and Mr. A:vln Bloom. Miss Bally Oroh will alng and Mlsa Edith Puis will preside at th organ. One of the largest of th early June wed ding will be that of Mlsa Csr.ta Curtis, daugter of Colonel and Mrs. 8. 8. Cur U, to Mr. Edward Dlmon Bird of New York City, which take place Tuesday evening, Juna . at Trinity cathedral. A number of out tf town guests will b present for tha wedding. The wedding party will In clude: Miss Lynn Curtis, who will be maid of honor, Mis Daisy Doana bridesmaid and Mr. Clarence Porter of New York City, sister to Mr. Bird, and Mr. Ernest Jacob who will b tha matron of honor. Mr. Hlnman Bird of New York, will bs the best man, and the usher will be Mr. Charle Floyd of New York, Mr. Charles Saunders. Mr. EX M. Fairfield and Mr. W. E. Martin. The wedding of Mis Allc McShane, daughter of Mr. Thomas A. McShane, to Mr. William George Colling, will tak .place Wednesday morning at St. John'. Mis McShane will be attended by her sister. Miss Margaret McShane, as maid of honor. The other attendants will all be from out of town. Mr. William Dlederlch of Chicago, wilt serve a best man and tha usher will be Mr. Nell Vollmer of Denver, Colo.; Mr. Perry Haller, of Blair, Neb.; Mr. E. C. McShane of Ranchester, Wyo., and Mr. Howard Heimlck of Sioux City, la. The wedding breakfast will be served at the home of Mrs. McShane for the wedding party and a small reception will be held between 2 and 2:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Colling will be at home after July 1. at 2461 St. Mary's avenue. One of the large May weddings will be that of Miss Margaret Wood, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin B. Wood, to Mr. William Henry Harrison Cranmer, of Denver, which will take place at the family residence at 7:30 o'clock, the Rev. G. A. Beecher offi ciating. Miss Mary Lee McShane will be the maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Miss Jean Barkalow of Denver, cousin of the bride, and Misses Wlllamaln and Catherine Cranmer, sisters of the groom. The bride will be given away by her brother, Mr. Roy Wood. The .ushers and ribbon bearers will be the bride' brother, Mr. Ben Wood, and the groom's brother, Mr. George Cranmer. Mr. Loring G. Cal kins of Evanston, 111., will serve as best man. After the wedding ceremony a recep tion will be given at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Cranmer will reside in Denver and will be at home there after July 1. Mr. William Cranmer and his mother. Mr. M. J. Cranmer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, and Mr. and Mrs. Kuykendall of Denver arrived Bunday and will be guests at the Rome hotel until after the wedding. Misses Wllla maln and Catherine Cranmer arrived Sat urday and are the guests of Mrs. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Barkalow, aunt and uncle of Miss Wood, and Miss Jean Barka low of Denver, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Barkalow. Mr. Loring Calkins will arrive Monday from Chicago. COURT UPHOLDS THE JACKASS Judicial Tribute to Maligned Animal Which Resented 111 Treatment. Ever see the human nature in a Jackass? It's there. No less an august body than tho United States appellate court of Chi cago discovered the attribute, gave It an of ficial sanction, and then promulgated the following rules of Instructions for those that wish to prove tha theory to them selves: 1. Make the acquaintance of a nice, good natured Jackass. 1 Procuro a' sharp toothed rake, a four pronged pitchfork, and a three foot strap. I. Run the rake over the animal' back once every two hours, sharpening the. teeth before application. Intersperse this treat ment with a liberal application of the busi ness end of the pitchfork to the rib of the aslnus vulgaris. Employ the strap three times every four hours. . 4. The Jackass will do the rest. The court, consisting of Judge Holdom, Adams, and Brown, added this chapter to zoological history when it reversed a Judg ment of $SU against the Frank E. Scott Transf er company In favor of John r lohi . Tho plnlntlff had used tha above recipe upon a Jack owned by the company. The animal pinioned him against a wall and broke tho bones of his left arm and lacerated his wrist and was awarded 1511, but the higher court, in passing on the Judgment ald: "There is a good deal of human nature in the jackass, and, while docile enough when kindly treated, the human attributes of resentment and retaliation are apt to be aroused when smarting under 111 treat ment or abuse. "These latent instinct of the brute nature are developed by abuse and made mani fest to the provocation, and they are not confined to tho brute creation. The Jack ass had for days suffered Indignities and cruel treatment at the hands of plaintiff, and his attempts to retaliate by snapping and biting at plaintiff had failed. The Jackass undoubtedly brooded under the In sults of his tormentor and yearned for re venge. He watched his opportunity, and when the tormentor waa off his guard and little dreaming of the retribution in store for him, the brute seized him and wounded him." Chicago Inter-Ocean. FAITHFULNESS OF A DOG Animal Refuses to Leave Bide of Dying Master Stricken with Apoplexy. In spite of the coax.'ng and cajoling of nurses and doctor, and the call of hi weeping mistress, a mall terrier, belong ing to George H. 8impkln, of German town. Pa., held his position under the hospital cot where his master lay, echoing each dying gasp of the man, who had been stricken with apoplexy while out driving In the park. Mr. and Mrs. Slmpklns had started out dilvlng alone In the morning, but the cries of the small dog were so pitiful that they returned to the house and took him with them. All the way from their house to Fair mount park, the terrier crouched close to his master's knees, whimpering at In tervals, and when Mr. Slmpklns got out to allow his horse to drink at one of the fountains, the dog Jumped out, too, and dashed to his side Just a th man fell heavily forward. Th cries of his wife and the barking of th dog attracted a number of passersby, and the unron sclous msn was lifted into an automobile and hurried to the Presbyterian hospital, where it was found that he had been stricken with apoplexy. The little dog, panting and covered with dust, followed close behind and slipped under the bed, where he lay moaning Ilk a little child. Whenever the doctors or nurses drew away from the bed, he would creep out and attempt to Hck his master's hand, slipping back to his Inert position when they were applying the restoratives. Tor th first time In hi short career, he refuted to obey Mrs. Slmpklns' orders, looking at her dumbly as if to say, "Why call me you understand." In ille uf 11. effort cf the ductui, however, Mr. Flmpklns died an hour after he had been brought Into the hospital without regaining consciousness. Th doctors then dragged out th ter rier and tied him In an adjoining room, lul somehow the little animal escaped, and when the hospital orderlies came to remcv the body they found th terrier lying stretched at Its side licking the life less hand. Philadelphia Inquirer. A Viper in th Stomach Is dyspepsia complicated mlth liver and kidney troubles. Electric Bitter help all such cases or no pay. iuo. For sal by Beaton Drug C. WHAT CLUB WOMEN ARE DOING Club Experience Lull with Organiza tion Adjourned for Summer. 024AHA CLUB AT HAPPY HOLLOW Larar Attendance Promised at Lsseh. torn and Annaal Ontlnar Wednes day Missionary Society Meet In Omaha, Th adjournment of the club for the summer ha occasioned a decided lull in the ordinarily stretiuou atmosphere of clubdom and spring sewing, houseelennlng and preparation for the summer vacation have taken the place of the clas meeting In the busy day of th club woman. Church, charitable and reform aocletle alone will continue to meet during the coming three month and as thin work I carried largely by committee that meet only when necessary to transact business the club engagement book ha been rele gated to the back of the desk drawer along with the club manual and the mem bership card. , Of course everybody la Interested In the Boston biennial, whether sh la fortunate enough to be able to attend or not, and as the time of the convention draws nearer the correspondence of the officer through whom Information must come, grow heavier and heavier, with Inquiry from the membership over the state. Beside the regular delegation there will be many other Nebraska women in Boston biennial week and many of these are making ap plication for cards that, will admit them to the session. Ontlng; at Happy Hollow. The luncheon of the Omaha Woman' club, scheduled for Wednesday at Happy Hollow club, promise to be an altogether enjoyable affair. Up to noon Saturday 130 reservation had been made for luncheon and other order came in during the after noon. Luncheon will be aerved at 1 o'clock and a promising program has been ar ranged for the afternoon. Rcgardlea of weather conditions, the luncheon will be held Just the same as even a rainy day need not Interfere with the program. The club house 1 commodious and admirably equipped to provide for the comfort of guest. Missionary Meeting-. The Methodist Women' Home Mission ary society of the Omaha district will meet June 4 at th Young Men's- Christian association In Omaha. The meeting will open at 11 o'clock and will be followed by luncheon at 1 o'clock, served In the association cafe. An afternoon session will follow, at which Mlsa Nellie Snider, one of the national organizers of the so ciety, will be the principal speaker. Daaarbters to Elect Officer. The annual meeting and election of officers of the local chapter. Daughter of the American Revolution, will be hold Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the public library. The report of the year work will be an Interesting feature of the session. Mis Addams Complete Tonr. Miss Jane Addams has Just completed her course of lectures delivered through out the country in favor of woman suf frage. She based her argument on th plea that the well-being of the working woman and her children Is In the hands of the municipality. Question affecting th light, air, fir protection and propor sewerage of their homes are all In the hand of the city authorities. Pure food, clean milk and matters pertaining to health regulation come more forcibly to the housekeeper's attention than to that of the man of the family. Pointing out that legislation for the protection of chil dren ha been pushed forward by women almost to the exclusion of men, ah argue that they could do more for the protection of their home and for the welfare of the nation if they had the ballot. Jane Addams Is said to have a larger constituency than any college president in the world. Nine thousand men, women and children go to Hull House to attend club and classes to learn how to cook, to sew, to make hats, to dance, to paint, to mode in clay, to drink a social cup of tea, to witness and take part In dramatics, to study literature, philosophy and politi cal economy. Women Retain Organisation. Mrs. Kneralska Rcinpchmit of Warsaw, Poland, ha been elected, a member of the Law Society of Poland. She is th first woman in her country to attain that honor, which she owe to her remarkable Reduced Prices !" Summer Months The reputation that the La Book garment enjoys In Omaha la sufficient to Indicate the true value of this reduction Every garment demands Its own original style. It must be built on lines that will perfectly harmonize with the figure In order to se cure satisfaction to the wearer. To do this requires skill and a certain originality of design In each Instance. LADIES' TAILOR AND FUBIER. For the summer In a newly UiilJ knowledge cf law, though sh I not a lawyer. Mrs. Relnschmlt I th president cf th Polish Women' union for the Equality of Rights, and since all meeting of the union have been forbidden she has or ganised a course of lecture and readings for the purpose of keeping the society together. Through the circle formed for the reading and lecture question af fecting women's work and education, le gal restriction on women and villas hygiene are studied. SOME ANIMALS ARE CHUMMY Other Are Bitter Enemies stnd Ware Relent lea War Each Other. If man' ancestor had been tho majestlo mastodon Instead of a malicious and de structive ape, the fear cf him which baa become a hereditary Instinct In nearly all antmala would no doubt be absent. Wher ever man come Into contact with bird and beast which have never been mo lested, a In the arctic, these display no emotion but those of curiosity and dis dain. The classic example of alliance between animal of different specie Is, of course, the friendship between man and dog. When to the strength and cunning of man monkey ancestor waa added the speed of the dog, an Irresistible combination waa secured which ended In the perfidious en slavement of the lower creature by man. Birds are nothing but snake which have exolved feathers and wing during count lee millennium. The Ineradicable hatred between monkey' and snakes has been beautifully changed Into the friendly toler ance between birds and men. Owls, which are Instantly mobbed by all birds, should they appear In public, find friendly shelter in barn by reason of their rat-catching proclivities. The long-legged birds, such as storks, pelican and crane, have also procured Immunity In most part of the world. Among the fishes, shark extend a pecu liar protection toward a fish of the remora family, which, too lazy to propel Itself through the water, attache Itself to the larger fish by mean of auction ridge upen Its head. In South Africa, where Insect life Is, per haps, more abundant than In any other part of the world, sheep may often be seen placidly grazing while birds of a cer tain specie hop busily about their backs engaged In the destruction of Insect para sites. The Hon, which will Kilt and eat nearly all specie of wild game, never molests tho Jackal, who, slinking behind him, finishes the half eaten prey. Hunter will hear his long-drawn howl succeed the musical roar of the big cat when he come to devour hi master leaving. But the Hon ha an inveterate enomy in the honey bird, which will fly toward the hunter and lead him through the thick buah till he ba pointed out the lion' lair, or sometime a tore of honey. Harper' Weekly. I For your blood eat Johnson' Branu Bis cuit. At Brio Johnson'. Knew II Waa a Yankee. Once upon a time Supreme Justice Harlan wa traveling in Virginia. He atopped at a newly constructed country hotel. The wall of hi room had been freahly calcl mined. They shone white as tho lamp wa lit. But near the head of the bed waa a stain. Someone had thrown a quid of tobacco on It and It had stuck. "If I had that Yankee here who talned that wail I woul4 wring hi neck," aald the Judge, In apparent anger. "Why, how do you know a Yankee did the trtokt" asked a friend. "How do I know it wa a Yankee?" ex claimed the Kentuckian. "Why. can't you see it I flnecut?" No one In the aouthe chew that kind. Washington Star. Tree and Lightning;. There 1 a popular belief that certain tree are lea likely than other to ba struck by lightning, and that during a thunderstorm It Is quit afe to stand un der a beech, for example, while the danger under a resinous tree or an oak tree is, re spectively, fifteen or twenty time greater. This Is disputed in a recent writing by Dr. A. W. Borthwlck in the "Notes of the Royal Botanical Garden, Edinburgh." The doctor says that no tree Is Immune, since lightning will select one specie quite aa readily a another, and the beech 1 struck quite aa frequently a any other pecle. Apparently the taller tree in a neighbor hood are the one most likely to be struck. Contrary to what is believed by some peo ple, the cells are not "ruptured or torn by the formation of steam, a might happen if the heating by the electrlo current was very gTeat. The cells collapse and shrink up, but are never torn." The root system does not seem to be ever damaged by light ning. KARBACH BLOCK. equipped storage room. TRY . . BUSTER BROWN BREAD A rich, creamy white loaf of this bread on your table today would add much to your meals. It is made very delicious and appetizing by the use of the best northern hard wheat flour, pure, swet milk and malt. For your protection against substitutes, wa have ' the little label. Buster and bis dog Tlge, on every loaf.' Not genuine with out the label. AT ALL GROCERS 5 THE U. P. BAKING CO., BAKERS. AIDS F01 THE EYE In every form are to be had among our optical goods. We can supply you with a linen tester, a pall of opera glasses, a telescope, a reading glass, as well aa any kind of eye-glasses your sight requires. If you need any of these or any other optical aid you will find our collection complete in variety and moderate in price. H. J. PENFOLD & CO. UADUKI OPTICIAJH. 1408 rarnam . A Plain Talk to (he Housewives Do you believe In buying where you get the best values for your money? It so. It will pay you to call at the sample rooms of Chas. Dun I, wholesale linens. 212 Dee Building, for your Table Cloths. Napkins, Towels, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Etc. We always have many things in linens which were used as samples, which yo can buy for almost nothing. Special for Monday and Tuesday 400 Irish, Scotch and German Linen Table Cloths, 2 to 4 yards In length at Half Regular Prices. 2 yd. pure Irish Linen Cloth, regu lar $1.75 value, at, each.. OOc 2H yd. extra heavy pure Irish Linen Cloth, regular $2.25 value, at, each $1.2B 3 yd. extra fine Oerman Linen Cloth, regular $2.75. value, each, at yt.00 3tt yd. pure. Irish Linen Cloth, regular $3.60 value, each $1.83 Beautiful Pattern Table Cloths, regular $7.50 value, each $3J50 $5.00 values at, each.. M..f 3.50 $4.00 values at (2.10 200 doien 16x30 Huck Towels will go at ec 200 dozen extra heavy, 16c Huck Towels for ................ c Our goods and prices speak for themselves. It will pay you to call and be convinced, at the sam ple rooms of Chas. Dunie Wholesale Linens, 212 Bee Bldg. Exclusive Bridal Gifts This store possesses rare oppor tunities for the gathering of unique and distinctive articles In WEDDING GIFT8 STERLING SILVER ELECTROLIERS CUT GLASS BRASS GOODS 4 . LEATHER GOODS ' '. . Not alone doeB an assortment depend upon designs wrought ac cording to our own Ideas, but also those of artists of acknowledged merit, secured by personal pur chasing in the centers of this class of trade; rich and handsome de signs, all prices, ranging to suit every buyer Albert Edholm Jewelers and Silversmiths. Cor. 16th and Harney Sts. "As Good As Can Be'! Tells the whole tale and the true tale, of our Ice Cream success. Pur Cream, Sugar, Flavoring and Making all unite In entitling Ic cream turned out of our freexers to be called "As Good As Can Be." Our Ice cream Is evenly frosen throughout, no hard frosen particle Intermixed, but a firm. yt pasty, even ice cream that melt In your mouth, with that delicious flavor that only well made Ic cream ha. 40 'or 11 Quart barrel. 20 ioe P,nt '"l- Will keep solid for hour. Try a barrel today. 'EaltHxtfjc The Store roBPfLiacit 1S18-20 Farnam St. Phone Doug. Til. lad. A1T11. a rr t n aXCIFT Til XJBESVai OTVK BCIBTa ICAXta T BnWUUK ft ITCOsTbTEU. jtnva oo. ai owx, osoe oo. TEST KKOIiOISS WITH OUT zxrisis. it vou ar suffering wllu Ahsumatlsm in any of i tonus. ou will not n.mstt the liberal otter now b.n.g maub by . Mierniau McConnail Dim UJ oil Drug Co. Jut dtpoali on dollar with tu reliable tlrusui.is and c.t a i tilo cf Hhololoa, th u treatment ttt Kheumatlsm. If, Ur using aaiu. yu ari not siifl'l wltn tu rssu.U. vuy WM itiurn your money. Could a fairer ofter be male? Vcu really try tula remedy without expense. bucu in citer could not b mad If Khoioiu was not an artlcl of unusual ni.rit ani one mat would do all mat U ialBt4 '"ue'hig la globule form It I easy and li.kaiit to thk. and 1 highly successful lu th. treatment of Kheumatlsm In all iu N.urililL Gout. LudiIiuo. Lama Buck, KMney, llladd.r and such dlituai attains from excessive Vrlo Aold. . fewry Uheumailo sufferer is Invited to aco.-pt Ibl liberal ofl.r today m asrmaa ft BteOonnaU Drag Co lata aa4 Dodg iu, aaa Owl SruT 0 lsia a4 Karaey BW.