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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1913.
em O C 1' o HiVe FORMER HIGH B0H00L GIRL WINS HIGH HONORS. J By MELUPIOIA. Tuesday, May 27, 1913. TWO Omaha girls, both graduates ot the Omaha High school, have won honors at college recently. Mies Czarina Hall, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hall, who attends Lombard college at Gales burg, 111., stands tho highest In scholarship In tho senior class. The Grand Chapter of Alpha PI Delta sorority has offered an honor ring for any member of tho sorority who has an average of 90 or more In scholarship for tho four years' course. Tho ring has not been won for a number of years and Lombard collogo is especially proud to bavo had one of Its students win this great honor. Miss Hall won the ring easily, aa Bho has an average of 91. Mr. and Mrs. Hall and Miss Myrtle Hall will go to Galesburg to at tend the commencement exercises Juno 4. Miss Marguerite C. Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, D. Walker, S787 Capitol avenue, who Is a senior ot Coo college, graduates this Juno 'with the honor of "Magna Cum Laudo" for excellent scholarship during her four years' collogo courno. She Ib a mombor of tho Choral union, a selected chorous of 200 voices, and also the contralto soloist for tho Col lego Girls' Glee club. Miss Walker will take the loading part In tho senior play and has been In several othor plays during tho college year, She has likewise distinguished herself as n reader and has given numerous pro grams. Sho was an honor graduato ot tho Omaha High school before entering Coo college. For tho coming year Miss Walker has accoptcd a position as super visor of English and public spoaklng at tho High school at Wavorly, la. Mrs. Walker and daughter, Gladys, leave June 1 for Cedar Rapids, la., where they will attend tho exercises of Commencement week at tho collogo. "Farewell Party. i Mrs. 8. P. ChrUUansjn entertained at "ft. nmn,H nnrtv In honor of her d&UKh- in 1M S I . I . t. I far Salt Laics City. The yard was deco rated with Jack-o'-lanterns. The prises were won by Mies Helen Osborn of St. Joseph, Ma, and Miss Mlnnlo Iloyo. Tho i following were present! Misses Misses Emma Christiansen, Gertrude Aulbaugh. Minnie Hoye. Kdna lialtzer, Olsa Petersen, Edna Johnson, Esther Christiansen. Blvla Johnson, IDLsttl Orobeck, Ida Wright, .AncUv Jehu, Helen Osborn of Anita Vastlne, ,8t Joseph, Mo. Messrs. Messrs. IXenard Weber, Theron Jensen, tS-iwrt Best. Willie Honeslen, (Frank Osborn of Johannas Petersen, Pt Joseph, Mo.; Ernest Corfal, jJEJmer Johnson, Peter KJeganrd. i sirs. Ralph T. osooro ot bait uaxa city. Mrs. It. J. Osborn and children ot Bt Bbmepti, Mo. Air. and Mrs. 6. F. Christiansen. p>tlco Clab. sna raecinera ot ui -&gaioo ciud now business meetlns Saturday evening at home of Harold Femandes, UU JParker street New officers were elected iror uo ensuing term niter wmcn men TVnr! MnlhnltAnriL Joa Ttilns.. Allan Slaughter, president; Miss Frances mui- Jiouana. vice president: Air. m. u. jrck Nn, secretary and treasurer. The members present werej Misses Xatherlna Tunnlson. Messrs. Harold Fernandee. ID. D. Callahan, Xet MoKenna, 0, 0. Blaushter, uoe Buna, Misses Frances Mulholland Ethel Mulholland. Messrs. John White, Martin Jackson, Eujrena May, II. J. Jaske, Charles Morgan. BMorv Clam Dinner. The members of the young- women's class in European history entertained at dinner Monday evening at the Young Woman's Christian association. The young: women have been studying- French history with Mr. Hanchett and the dinner was given before the last meet Ins of the year. The table was decorated With fleur-de-lis and covers were laid fori iHs Margaret Colvin, 0adle Denman, Alice Comm. Allsa Camm, Jones, Curtis. Mes.ames IdaM Hanchett, aCatherlne Wells, Misses Dorscy, Andersona Eaton, Camm. Hope Hanchett. Mesdames Bertha Baker. Entertain for Visitors. The wives of the Nebraska editors wilt be honor guests at several social affairs next week. The editors' convention will open Monday morning- and Mrs. Harvey Nowbrancli will entertain at an evening reception for the women, while the Knights ot Ak-Sar-Ben will entertain the men at the Den. Mrs. Newbranch will be assisted by the wives of the local editors. Tuesday evening the three Omaha papers will entertain at a dinner dance at tfre Field club. The local suf frage societies will entertain at luncheon for the Women Wednesday at tho Com. merctal club, and that evening an Infor mal reception will be given by the club. May Day Reoital. Mrs, Edward T. Monroe gave a May day recital at her studio In Bemls Park Saturday, when she was assisted by sev eral ot her pupils. The rooms were decorated with garden flowers. Those assisting were Misses Francis Wilson. Therta Fair, Maud Cook Monroe, Gladys Beese, Mary Fisher, Lorerie Nbrthcutt, Jane Hansen, Charlotte 8kldmore, Marlcl Franklin, Eleanor Potter, VIvlart San son, Very Dutton. Gene Landals, Beatrice Montgomery, Catherine Llddell, Margery Jessup, Eunlco Llnd, Corrlne Boss. Pmh.iU V ll.S-.1 t M . . .w. ioii, waassan wcairrin, L. vaughn Lehnhoff, Eunice Sullivan and Masters Lorraine Fair and Hamilton Mc-Glffln. Art Happy Hollow. wr. and Mrs. Walter 8IIver will have six guests at dinner this evening f tk. club and J. F. Carpenter ten. Mrs. Halleclc nose will have ten guests at luncheon Thursday. Mrs. J, u, nushton entertained at Happy Hollow club at luncheon Saturday. The gueets were,; Misses MIssm mlhartha r,n Ronton. MrsnKCohand. Club to Attend Senior' Play. The members of the Tres Kaldeka club riSlS!' entert,Un Prty r MtaA'' lnI Messrs. Harry Menold. ffh Mogul fraternity have Issued cards an informal dancing- party at H&rte fesil In Dundee, Wednesday evening. Wallace Shepard, Balph Campbell, Perrt Singles. Walter Jones, Messrs. John Drexel, Bobert Edwards, Herbert Davis, Phil Downs, Toy Porter. At the Country Olub. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Wharton will entertain ten guests at dinner Wednesday . SUB WUUi Mrs. D. M. Vlnsonhaler entertained at ilttkllotfsrtUEook "Thirf is o day we celebrate.' School. 1903. asoa as oa TUESDAY. MAY 2T. 1r Kamo and Address. O04m .Elsie Anderson. tar0 ri, o. ocnooi. , wuu.ioB pi, ,, ,,, Lons -Willi Barbe. 2518 Webster Av ",8 OiM..Willtam Beachler. 3Y08 Brown m . X903.. John D. Beacon. 9Ka at WH vu UbkBaa.-. mK-a. Nunzla Blancato, 708 Plerco St .'V Pacific Margaret Briisi. 2928 South nh Hf . " iof,..,.Ean Brotchio. 6016 Floronco rtniiBBn , a808...Magglo Camero, 2414 Burdette St . " Lo- a905...,.aertrudo Campbell, 3840 Decatur at il' u,.Z 3906M-..Phelps Caughey, 33U Charles St Franklin J90Q...k..John B. Cunningham, 3601 South 19th St Vinton j,s-io......AiDert Dean. 3321 Pratt st ... riant ... ........ iyruiQ MUI . r, non 4208 North 2Cth Av Saratoga 1906...,. Maurice Falk." 2314 North ?2d St t.w 12 fM rettraan, 3407 Lafayette Ave Franklin tm .Jack EueUa Fetters. 2711 Ponnleton Av. !" pe 0er. 1012 South 10th St .LVnCoS 1905 Gertrude Hnrrtlnr- AT1-, r.-l. o. 1 "" ' ,lw ivcuyon, Oil worth ?2d St Central David Kohn, 2226 Seward St Kellom 1900...... Anna Kracher. 4007 North 30th fit -,.. v'... ern,c Kulakofiky. 2304 Fowler Av 8arat08a Howard Lagtmerer, 1708 Lake St 0 J"?' JJ Sdon. 604 South 35tb Ave CoiumbUn ISO!.... . Clifford Lawson, 2306 North 29th St Howard Kennedy 1 V, 1 1 ft . llnl. Tl f . - . . -.ujuia iismer, si3f worth 19tn St. Lake 1898. . . . . .Harrv Mnrphnnt ii cn.,,ii.. n. . .. Harold Miles. 711 South 36th St. . .V.V.V.V.V.V. Columbian lsfftf William Norton, 708 North 30th St. ........ .. Webster i801' Erik Olsea. 2416 South 10th St , .'.Bancroft 1107, Paul Paulson. 960 South 62d St .,. lD.,.,,.BiUiel L. Putney, 3814 Brown St. ...,,....,.. Central' Park 2$0X.4..FJoyd Rhelnhardt. 2106 South 42d St ". ti m Wiilard L, Rodgers, 2S28 Arbor St ..Dunont ...... ..!.. -luo-.u, oil fMorin s.a at ...... .Central l?tJ0..,,. Bertha Silbersteln, 1721 Davenport it Central lW-r.... Maurice H. Smith, 2206 South 29th St...,..,. Park 1830.... . .Charlea Tisor. 1915 Snruce St J. 13.,,...JohnToth, 1242 South 2d St UT,.... Blgraund Walker, 2564 Douglaa St.,..., Central i$0l,....JoUa Wootaa. 4102 Lafayette Ave a...-.,. w , ." iUBte-m fr i It . , ' V MISS MABQUEBITE WALKEB. luncheon at thd Country cim today for eight gUests. , Mrs. George Mayne and Mrs. I. K. Hill ot Council Bluffs entertained at dinner last evening at the Country club tor Miss Bachael Parmatee and Mr. Perry Hen dricks of Council Bluffs, who will be married Wednesday. Red and .white roses were used In the decorations, and twelve guests were present For June Bridei. Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Barnhardt enter tained at dinner Monday evening for Miss Frances Tanner and Miss Grace Peterson, June brides. Covers were laid for: Misses Misses- Frances Tanner. Grace Peterson. Johnson, Messrs. Messrs. William Haselmlre, A B. Balrd. W. Q. Johnson, dt. ana Mrs. uarnnarat. Leave for California. uiw, cnanps ano f niz aiueuer nave leased tho concession at Santa Crus Beach, Cal for the summer. They will leave Omaha as soon as their father has fully recovered from an attack of ap pendicitis, with which he has suffered since his return from San Francisco two weeks ago. Dcmpster-Edington Wedding. John Henry Dempster, youngest son ot John A. Dempster, of Omaha, was mar ried to Miss Nellie Edlngton of Sheldon,, la., May 21. They are taking a trip through tho eastern states and will make their home in Bloux Falls, a D where Mr. Dempster Is In business. At Carter Lake Club. Cards have been Issued for the opening fllnner-danco of the Carter Lake Club Friday evening. Table d'hote dlnnor Will be served at 5:80 o'clock and at 7:30 o'clock, followed by dancing. Slosburg-Wright Wedding. Max Slosburg of this city and Miss Hattle Wright of Los Angeles, Cat., were married last evening at the brides' home. They will come to Omaha on their wed ding trip. Dundee Luncheon Club. Mrs. W. B. Bhoades entertained the members of the Dundee Luncheon club Monday. Mrs. W. J. Miller, Mrs. H, D. Lemere and Mrs. E. T Manning were guests of the club. Columbian Circle Party. The Columbian Circle will entertain at cards Wednesday afternoon at their hall, Twenty-second and Locust streets. The hostesses will be Mrs. Burllnghoff and Miss Ellen Kelly. In and Out of the. Bee Hive. Mrs. Phllln Nestor and son of Denver are the sruests of Mrs. Nestor's mother, Mrs Anna B. Garrett, 609 North Twenty third street. Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Borglum ond son. Paul Borglum, will leave Thursday even ing for New York, where they will visit their brother and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Solon Borglum, for a few days before sailing for Paris for the summer. HAS NEW INTERURBAN ROAD W. J. Dobbs Telli of Hew Line from St. Joseph to Omaha. 8AYS $40,000 HAS BEEN SPENT Glra the Commercial Clnb the In formation that Bond Will Soon Be Sold to Finish the Bond. 8urvcys, topographical maps, drawings of rights of way and other preparations to the vslua of $.0,000 have been mads for an lnterurban line connecting St. Jo seph with Omaha, J. W. Dobbs has In formed the executive committee Of the Commercial club, and a proposition Is about to be made abroad tor the sale 6f bonds to carry out the construction of the line. Tho executive committee of the club. following the explanation of Dobbs, voted to take up the matter for 'further Inves tigation and report at another meeting In the near tutur. Dobbs said It would take another large sum to establish the rights or way and complete other preliminary arrangements for the construction of tho road. He believed, however, It could be built In a short time. In describing the nature of such an ln terurban he said the line would not b a stroet car proposition, but would be equipped with modern electric engines and, besides, large passenger cars Would have freight cars suitable for brlnslns live stock to the Omaha marke't. It would tap a country not now djrectly reached by the Omaha market, he said. All the towns along the proposed line are anxious to help out In building the road. The present plans lay it along tho towa side through Sidney, Btverton and Hamburg, la., and Torklo, Mo The sale of bonds as definitely ar ranged, Dobbs Intimated was in Belgium. Seniors at High School Preparing for the Big Event The fervor of this year's senior class at the Omaha High sohool will reach Its height Friday, when the biggest event of the year will be given, the class day. AU work done by this class In meetings, or by Individuals, has been leading ulti mately to this ' crowning evunt As far back as the second meeting of the senior class the first preparations were belpg maae. Then they only knew that the wanted a play, no matter what It mlgl be. So they proceeded to select a pln manager and an Instructor, who would aid them In their choice oj'a play. From Its choice to the cait was but a step. From then on the play has pro gressed In leaps and bounds, until now the. seniors art able to proudly point to It. Every Benlor In the class has gotten his large or small circle of friends banded together to witness the play. The result of this loyal alass spirit Is test seen In the sale of tickets. All ex. changeable tickets were to b. exchangea btginnlng yesterday and lasting all weex. By i o'clock yesterday MM had been taken In at the box office, wither In ex changeable tickets or In actual money, This mfans. that the seniors have made their class play a success from the day otjthe box office 9penln. In compari son' with last year (this advsnco sate lacks but J50 ot jsauallniF the toUl 'receipts of last year's play. The members of the tlokst selling com mittee have not ceased working.' however, because of their success, but are trying1 manfully to sell the few remaining stats In order that they might set a precedent for future classes. Th seniors will he.ve only the rest of tbfs we'ek for enjoying their lessons be fore, the end of the term. Nxt week will be devoted to answering the final exam InAtlons of the year. The week after that Is the cadet encampment, when tho students recuperate from the tedious year's work. The week attar camp they need only attend In order to reociv their cards, turn In their books and bid thslr teachers a.llngerlns farewell. Altogether tht seniors only have two more days ot actual school work. Engagement Annouaoed. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea A. Hofmann an nounce the engagement ot their dauhter. Meta to. Mr. Alfred J. Betdlcr ot CWeaga Break Down the Cost of living Your meat bill is far too high you don't need half the amount of meat you're eating now cut your meat bill two-thirds and substitute a food that is far more nutritious and costs one-tenth tho price FAUST SPAGHETTI. A 10c package of FAUST SPAGHETTI contains more real nutrition than 4 lb?, of beef and it is much easier to digest aai r-r sa is made from Durum wheat, the cereal so extremely rich m glutenthat element which builds muscle, hnnftfinrTfloor. T7ATTOT CD i . ' -aui kji. .vjiiii j, xi la u, ucUClOUpf oavu.y, uppeuzing iooa max can oe served in many amerent ways. Write for free rfceipe less meat eat fAU&i SJTA .GHETTI, cut down cost of living. At all Grocer 5c and lOe packages. ff I I i St Uk,li. The Steady Even Heat of the Oil Cock-stove preserves the rich natural flavor of the meat It means better cooking, a cleaner, cooler' kitchen, and less work. No fire to kindle, no drudgery of coal or ashes, no smoke or soot. The new 4-burner Perfection Stove cooks a whole meal at once, with least expense and trouble. Smaller stoves with 1, 2 or 3 burners. See them at your dealer's, or write for descriptive circular to Standard Oil Company SBSASMAI Omaha Perfection Oil gives the beat results HH)MBB-KBsSH "Sr!iinr?iiiw555si5 """ 1 1 11 liai HMM"nnmwn i ii mi ifliiMiaiBHWMBBBW Cfi Soufiil 0. Omaha I (Home Furniture 20 Below Omaha Price Not One Day But Every Day Special Sale of Rugs We have made a great purchase of high grade rugs and offer them at bar gain prices. See our large line of Body Brussels and Wilton Rugs much below Omaha prices. 27x54 Velvet' Rugs .Q5c 27x54 Axminster $1 .45 36x72 Velvet S1T75 9x12 Seamless Velvet at 36x72 Axminster $3.00 6x9 Seamless Brussels at $5.50 S15.50 NMttMWsttlMN 9x12 Axminster $17.50 6:30 Ch Limit P. IW, 2 O Sleepers and Diners Ready 6:00 P. M. The Omaha Bee is read by all classes It not only appeals to the people who think, but to those who went to be amused as well. Its editorial opin ions on issues of importance command national attention. All the thinking is not done in mansions, nor does Mutt and Jeff appeal only to the "low .brow." The Bee is particularly a newspaper '2fbr and of the working people. It haB been oonEdatezttly fighting the battles of the wage earner. For example, in preventing an increase in the price of milk, in tho fight for lower water rates, in fighting against medical charlatans, who prey ohiefly on the credulous poor, and in every effort for better and more economical local gov ernment, it has been dealing with tho working-man's big problems of life. Advertise in the paper that gses to tha homes. The paper that goes te the homes brings results for the advertiser 1