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M I: What Women Are Doing in the World ,iSS Olura I. Taylor of Mlnne. upolls, industrial territorial secretory of the Youni; Women's Christian assocla- tlon. Is spending the week in r ,... I K social Hurvey of the city has been m-.de by the members of the Tounn Women's Christian association and Mlsi Taylor Is here to give hor advice on the results of tlin work, which Is being dona In the city alonp thcfo lines. Miss Taylor is prominent In the social survey work of the country and her visit to Omaha adds irreatly to the interest In the work, which l bclnir done here. She has started many of the noon-day clubs for jrirls In tho large factoricH and storerf In Mlnneapollp, St. Paul. Sioux City. Des Molnra and these clubs have proved a Kreat.Jielp to tho employee as well as the employer. Woman's suffrage S not only attract ing attention in Phlldelphla. but tho stato RUffraRo convention, which will bo held in Omaha the first week ill December, Is the Intercstlntr subject for women in this section at present Kvory effort Is being made by tho vurious committees for a large and successful meeting. Men and Former Omaha Girl Returns for Visit With Her Friends women of ability havo been asked to ,talce part In the programs for the differ ent meetings and a largo attendance Is (expected from out of the city. Tho fal lowing Invitation arid notice has been 8lyen out: Tho Omaha Suffrage associations ex tend to the women of the state and to suffragists generally, un earnest Invita tion to be present at the state conven tion of the Nebraska Woman Suffrage association to be held In Omaha. Wednes day, Thursday and 1'Ylday, Decombur 4 'to C. Tho Sessions of lhn rnlivpntlnn will lie, held In the city council chamber, which can bo reached directly from tho union (and Burlington stations, and hero a com mittee Will be In nttnmln np In uvlmmn the delegates and assign them to their places of entertainment. Kach dclegato ulll be given lodging and breakfast and Micciai noiei rates navi tieen nixnirpii rnr .. kj, rs tiHveisiiuK, cnuirniun 01 com Imlttee on entertainment, 137 South Thirty eighth street, before December 1, In or der to facilitate arrangements. The question of how and when to In augurate a campaign, methods of secur ing publicity, of tho desirability of ebtab llshlng headquarters and many other like questions equally timely. In view of tho present favorable outlook for the work, will probably come up for discus sion and settlement. It Is especially to be desired that not only regular author ized delegates, but any members of suf frage associations or thoso wno havo an Interest In the suffrage cause, but are not members of such organisation, should attend. They may get here Just thu In formation and Inspiration needed to en able them to organize a suffrage club at home and thus help tho work to grow. WEDNESDAY, December 4. 10 A. .M. Executive meeting. - P. "M. Address of welcome by Mayor CDahlinan. Greeting from Mrs. O. W. Covcll, president Omaha Suffrage asso ciation, i Response by Mrs. T. J. Doyle. Lincoln. Greetings State Federation of iLabor. T. V. Parker, president; Ne braska Woman's Christian Temperance union, Mrs. Frances B. Heald, president; (State Tearchers' association, Superin tendent James E. Delzell; College Equal (Suffrage league. Mrs. W. E. Parkley, Jr.; (Kansas Oman's Suffrage association, jMIss Helen N. Phllbrlck, Lincoln. Presi dent's address. Dr. Inez C. Phllbrlck, Lincoln, Conference on publicity, leader, (Mrs. J. L. Caltlln. University Place. t V. M. Reception. S P. M.-'-The IlesDonsibllltv of the (Woman Of Education Toward the Woman tiufrrage Movement," Prof. Alice Howell, (Lincoln. "tlow Shall the Suffrage Umendmcnt Be Submitted and W'henr" ftV. L. ' Locke, Lincoln. "The Outlook."' Bonn V. Kennedy, Omaha. TIIUKSUAY. December 5. 9 A. M. Call to order by tho president. Appointment of committees. Reports of officers. Reports of clubs. 11 A. M. Conference on suffrage litera ture, leader. Dr. Emma Demaree, Roco. 2:S0 P. M.-"V'hat tho Nebraska Woman's Suffrage Association and the I Local Suffrage Clubs Have Accom plished," Miss Mary II. Williams, Kene oaw. "ailmpses 6f English Suffragists November U, lfc-Mr. Ous A. Ilensp and Miss Marsreret Kruger pHlthted their troth at the-home of thevbrlde's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kruger. Rev i,uthcr M. Kuhns tied tho bonds "that b,nd forever." The. ceremony Was wit' mssed only by relations and Immediate friends ot the contracting parties. Mr Renxo gained world-wldo fame as head of the department of pageantry of th Ak-Sar-llen. November 54, lW-Mr. William H Paxton and Miss ' leslc M. llerry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11 j P.erry, were married by Rev. William ( Ciorst of tho Sewo.nl Street Methodist , church. "'Messrs. Charles K. Frttscher, Ernest KerrelU Homer Paxton and Wll. i lard Herry served as ushers and Mr Walter Cutler of Boone, la., had the dis tinction of being bt man. served nit bridesmaid, Masters Robert and Hay , Millard stretched tho ribbons. Mr. Milton Darling, Mr. Pawling of Mil waukee, Mr. Wlllard nutler, Mr. John Itedlck. Mr. Richard Raum, Mr. Paul Oal. lusher and Mr. George ludlck served as ushers. Mr. lien Stanely presided at the organ. Miss Mildred Morrlam attended her sister as maid of honor. IJ'eutenaant Nathan ShlVcrlck was groomsman. The wedding gown of white satin was made In dlrectolro style with deep yoke and long sleeves of roso point lace. Tho lonir tulle veil was held In plani by white Jassamlne. and the brlc carried a bouquet of variegated pink chrysanthemums. A reception' to a large number ot friends followed at the beautiful resldonce ot Mr, and Mrs. Merriam. November St, Iftt-Mr. Paul 'Havens and Miss Rtss Townsend. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. it. i. Townsnnn, were November U. llKH-Mr. Barton Millard, joined In wedlock very quietly. There on of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Millard and Nathalie Merrlatn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Nathan Merriam, solemnised their marriage at Trinity cathedral. Rt. Rev Arthur L. Williams performed thn Impresflve meremony of the Episcopal church. Mrs. George Redlck was matron of honor and Miss Elisabeth Congdon were no bridal attendants, but tho mem bers of tho Royc club osstvtrd. November 24. llW-RU8sel S. Harris, tho well known civil engineer, la a youth ful benedict, a a-year-old. Lena Krick was the. brlda and Plattsmouth the scene of tho ceremony. MISS JULIA COBURN. INDUSTRIAL TERRITORIAL SEC RETARY OF Y. W. C. A. find DJncoln. Suffragettes." Miss Helen Gregory, oln. "The New York Parade of Mav J ' ' , . 1 I, 11-1 ' T I , " i, iin. ii. it. iviincit-i, .iiiuuiu. "Women's Property Rights," Hon. G. J. Bmythe, Omaha. flfTHITRSDAY AFTERNOON, December B. g "Woman as a Race Assett," Rev. Fred- erlck T. Rouse. I 1 P. M. Suffrage play. I 8 P. M. Suffrage address by Miss Helen Eacker, secretary of the Kansas (Woman's Suffrage association. "Politics and Poltlclans," Richard L. Metcalfe, Mncoln. FRIDAY, December 6. leader. Mrs. Frank Harrison, Lincoln. Election of officers. Reading of resolu tions. Convention minutes. Adjourn ment. "The White Pilgrim" will bo given by the Social Settlement tho first week in (February. It Is a Finnish legend and re hearsals are being held under trie dlrec- hiud ui jtiipn mwy tvuiiHce iliki alim .inv BUggins. Other' plays will be given later in th spring. Tho social scienco department of the Pmaha Woman's club will hold Its meet ing Monday afternoon at 2:15 a the Ch'ld Mavlng Institute, 619 South Forty-second etreet. There will be talks on the scope of work and the needs of the institution by. Rome (Miller, president of the board of directors To the Ladies We have a corset made expressly for you a model that will conform to present styles -and you will be comfortable in it. Phono for Appointments Douglat 4749 Ida C. Stockwell Soath Side Entrance of Brandei Theater DOWH STAJSS TTHCK AND SODA WATER BOOMS Altogether the most attractive and comfortable places in Omaha to obtain a Ught Lunch. Cup of Hot Chocolate, Tea or Coffee, .or any one ot the thousand and oho "Eats'1 and 'Drinks'' now usually colled "Soft Drinks" Is at one of the Sherman & McConnell Stores. The "Sodoasls," down stairs, at 16th and Dodge Streets. The "Owl Neat" down stairs, at lth and Harney Streets. The Lunch Bill of Fare Is not a. "long" one, but comprises dainty and wholesome food served promptly in a cleanly fashion. Bosrman St MsConntU Drug &., ICth and Dodge St. Owl Drug Co., 16th and Harney Hts. ' MMMMMMMMMMMMmMSLSbSmMMMMMBelemki. Woman's Auxiliary of tho Episcopal churches of Omaha, South Omaha and Florence will bo held at Jacobs' Memorial hall, 1716 Dodgo street, on Friday after noon November 29, at 2:30. MISS CI..ARA I. TAYLOR, Minneapolis. of tho Institution; Mrs. W. B. Millard, Dr. II. M. McClanahan and Mrs. Harriet II. Holler, who Is acting superintendent. All members of the club aro Invited. The current topics department ot the Omaha Woman's club, under the leader ship of Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent, will hold its meeting In tho club rooms Tuesday afternoon. Parliamentary practice, under the direction of Mrs. R. E. McKelvy, will include "Organization," "Methods of Vot ing" and "Motions." "Tho Parcels Post" will bo tho subject of the addresses given by Mrs. C. Lanscoy Smith, who will speak on the advantages, and Mrs. Thomas Brown, who will speak on tho disadvantages ot it. L. J. Qulnby will speak on "The Initia tive and Referendum as Applied to the Nebraska Law." Tho oratory department of tho Omaha Woman's club will-meet at the club rooms Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, when a Thanksgiving program will bo given. The meeting of tho department will bo fol lowed by u luncheon and each member has Hie privilege of asking one guest There will bo a special meeting of tho Omaha Suffrage association, which will be held at the home ot Mrs. I. Conner. 2S54 Dodgo street, Tuesdny afternoon at 2:30. All members are urged to be pres ent, as bus'ness regarding the state con vention will come up at the meeting. Mrs. Charlc3 Tracy, president of the Benson Womnn's club, entertained fifty nirmLHMs una inenas at ner Home Thurs day afternoon at a 1 o'clock luncheon, under the management of the Domestic Science department, which assisted H. A. Hale of tho Hetnzo company In serving the lunch. An interesting demonstration followed. Tho rooms of the home were darkened und lit up With candles. Tho color scheme was yollow and white, throughout the dining-room, with a large bouquet of yot low and . white chrysanthemums ns cen terpleco for the table, which had broad satin ribbon streamers. At 2:30 the reg ular session for tho club program was opened with Mrs. V.. A. Shelley, as leader. Mrs. Florence Hertzog gavo two vocal numbers, ncsompanlcd by Miss Llljcn stnlpe. Guests were present from Omaha and Benson, and Mrs. Tracy'and Mrs., Steven son weio Mcclul guests from tho east. Edwin H. Blaahfleld of Now York, who Is the foremost mural painter In America, will give an art lecturo under the auspices of tho Society of Fine Arts at the Young Women's Christian assocatlon auditor lum on Monday evening, December i, at S o'clook. Mr. lllashficld's lecturo will bu Illustrated by stereoptlcon slldus. Ac tive and associate" members of the Omaha Society of Fine Arts will be admitted upon prereniatlon of their membership Curtis, Program Outlined For Elks' Memorial at Orpheum Theater Arrangements have been completed for the Elks' snnunl memorial service, whlei Is to bo conducted next Sunday tnornlntr at 10:30 o'clock in the CTpheum theater. Tho public Is Invited to attend tho serv ice and admission will be free. The me mortal address will be delivered by fil ward K. Yates of Kansas City. The fol lowing program has been announced: PART I. Cqntllene .' ..Bolsdeffre Omaha Vlolht ' Choir. Opening Ceremonies , Exalted Ruler and Ufilcers oi tne Lodge. Opening Ode. Brothers. Invocation Chaplain. "One Sweetly Solemn' Thoughf-'Ambroso Ulks' Lodge Quartet. "O, Divine Redeemer"...'. Gounod Beulah Dale Turner. "In the Monastery" Hasselman "Autumn" Thomas Marie Swanson. PART II. Nocturne Georges Omaha Violin Cliolr. "The Ninety and Nine" Campion Hazel Smith Eldrldge. Address Brother Edward E. Yates of Kansas City (Mo.) Lodge No. 26. How Dear to Me" Reginald Barrett Elks' Lodge Quartet, Mrs. Hasel Smith Eldrldge, contralto; Miss Marie Swanson, harpist; Ccotl W, Berryman, pianist. The Lord Is My Shopherd" Bmart Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Eldrldge. Closing Ceremonies Exalted Ruler and Officers of tho Lodge. Doxology , Brothers and Audience. ELKS' LODGE QUARTET. Brother Clinton R. Miller, first tenorj Bi other Ross B. Johnson, second tenor; Brother Alvah J. Alvord, baritone; Brother Jerome Latsch, bass. OMAHA VIOLIN CHOIR. Division A Miss Grace MoBrldo, Miss Hazol Wilcox; Miss Emily Lear, Max -.artln, Miss Essie 'Aarons'and Richard Pakes. ( Division B Miss Elolso West, Miss Mario Book, Miss Myrtle Cloud, Mrs. Rchard Clark, Miss Dagny Hanson and Donald Smith. Division C Miss Mudgo Wlest, Miss Julia Stentca, Miss Bello West, Robert Smiley, Miss Stella Shaw and Will Rolca. Division D Miss Sadie Klrschbaum, Miss Mary Herbert, MIms Hulda Ander. son, Will Hetherlngton, Miss Vlvlcnna West and Earle Stirling. SOlXilSTa Mrs. Beulah Dale Turner, soprano; Seattle to Learn of the Omaha Festival Walter J. Foster, publicity agent for the Tllllkuma of Etttaes of Seattle Is In Omaha studying the Knights of Ak-Sr-Ben organization to secure, pointers for the Seattle Golden Potlatch which Is the week of festivities similar to the Omaha fall carnival. Tlllkums Is the name taken by the Seattle organization from the Chinook, meaning brotherhood, and Elttaen Is Seattle spelled backward after tho fash ion of Ak-Sar-Bn. Foster will secure the history of Ak-Sar-Ben and submit It In a report to the board of governors of the Tlllkums of Elttaes. He Is conferring with Our' Rente at the den nd Secretary Waaver. Sticks Red-Hot Iron Into Pan of Gasoline ELGIN, III., Nov. 23. William Glmson, a tailor's apprentice, today stuck a red hot flat Iron Into a pan of gasoltna and wrecked the tailoring establishment ot his employer at North Crystal Lake, In juring five persons including himself, caused two runaways and damaged the building to the extent of 110,000. One woman, who won An the third floor ot the burning building was rescued through tho window. Special Damonstration -BY- Miss naxonrlalo direct from tho Macy Department Stores of Now York, whoro sho haa boon demonstrating tho colobratod Hudnut Beauty Preparations. Sho will bo pleased to demon strate these very meritorious preparations to tho ladles of Omaha. A Few of- Their Specialties Vlolot Soc tollot wutor ...7Bc Marvelous cold cream 'Mc, 5)c Liquid Green Soap, for Bham- poo BOc HHEHMAN & McCONNKMj nnvo co. 10th nnd Dodgo St. Store. Ono of tho Itexall Storm. J) Tho Art department of the Omaha Woman's club will hold Its meeting In the club rooms Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. E. It. Hume will be the leader of the day and( will bo assisted by Mrs. M. D. Cameron. "Tho Pennsylvania Museum" will be tho subject ot a talk by Mrs. Cameron and the "Wllstach Col lecton" will be Mrs. Hume's subject. Owing to Thanksgiving coming on the regular meeting day it has been changed to Friday. There will be no meeting of the Omaha Union of tho Wonlen's Christian Temper ance union until tho regular meeting, which will tako place Wednesday, Decem ber 11, In tho Assembly room ot the Young Woman Christian association. The West Side union of the Women's Christian Temperance union will meet ut the home of Mrs,D. Uivens, MS South Flfty-flrst street, Friday, November 29, at 2 p. m. Ttyj afternoon will be In charge of the pur ty department and Mrs. W. T. Graham will be the leader. Tbe regular monthly meeting of the ACY and TR 1 MA Nh Omaha's most exclusive millipery shop announce for Tuesday and Wednesday Only First annual clearance sale all hats at $1022 $20 i00 Values as high as $75 included nnd there are no values in this exclusive stock under $10. Your choice is unrestricted every hnt is included only the senson's lastest effects are shown large, complete stock. 1825 Farnam Street r Albert Edholm Omaha's Oldest Ettibli bed Jiweltr Sixteenth at Harney P1JRFKCT Diamonds in platinum settings are this season's most stylish designs. Edholm standard quality dia monds correctly pro portioned! perfectly out, flawloss, whito stonoa set. in platinum designs aro perfected by art ists noted for making creation s, beauty and delicacy. possessing Stonos for your self or for gifts and priced to satisfy your purse. The Store of Best Values i DIAMONDS The completeness of our display of Diamond .lew elry is such that wo feel confident you will be pleased to inspect, should you contemplate making a purchase. Many new and novel designs in Kings, Brooches, Bracelets, etc., are now being shown, and nro a special ty, and worthy of your inspection. Wo mako a specialty of reconstructing old dia mond jewelry into now platinum pieces, tunusliing m designs freo of charge. H B. OROWN CO. JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS H 16th and Farnam Sts. M New Pianos j 3lo7.SO Those who are buying our new Pilinos for $187.50 toll us that after comparing them with Pianos seen elsewhere, they aro agreeably surprised at tho value we are giving. Tho fine lono quality, beautiful case design, tho finish and workmanship-r-evorything tho best and guaranteed for 125 years. Why pny more than $187.50 ? Wo havo good used Pianos of such makes as Stein way, JIallot & Davis, Decker Bros., Brambach, Hbspe, Cable-Nelson, and many others, at $100, $125, $150 and up. Tirms $5.00 Cash $1.25 per Week vratirn rprMnt. tlTs for tli. KMoa b Xamlln, Xr.nloh k Booh, Xrakauar, Kim tail, Btuh ft buu, Otl-Xlaon ana otli r 'lsBdlBf makM. 1513-1515 Douglas Street To the Women... Why it possible for us to give Surplus Value at these prices: Ilecauso 18 years' study of medium and high priced furniture and tho selling of largo quantities have taught ub Just how to produce tho maximum of furnlturo vulue, and our buying power pbtains for uu tho choice of tho entire furniture marke't at tho lowest possible prices. Wo havo coined Into dollars of savlngB for our customers. If you are not our customer, get acquainted with us and save from 20 to 40 por cent. D. F. Corte Furniture Co. 24th and Farnam Sts., Omaha. The Bureau of Sick Room Requirements (Xa Obarr. of Orkdaat Karat) Sterile Supplies to meet any need furnished Physicians and Surgeons. Invalid Furnlturo and Appliances to rent. Booklat 8nt on JUqnsst. Telephone Douglas 080W, Hi, Mary's Arenue. OUR MAGAZINE PAGE will Interest every woman who llkesv good hearMo-heart talks with other sympathetic women Four Weeks Until X mas Order Your Suit NOW. Ladies' Tailored Suits at $40 Up' For One Week Only, Beginning Nov. 25th A change In IiunIiicsn compels mo to offer my complete stock ut COST PHICK8 In order TO CTX)HK IT OUT AT ONCK. All orders 'IiiInIumI promptly and guaranteed as usual. Take udvunlogo of this extraordinary offer early while tho selection of goods Is large. The Original L. KNEETER, Omaha's Best Ladles' Taller Phone Douglas 0005. 500-tTSouth lllth Street.