J HE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANVAltY 7, 101 J
Tuesday, January 6, 1914.
WHERK is the "Oenoral Rosalie Jones" of Omaha who would head
tho suffragists on a hiking trip to Lincoln carrying the precious
petitions with 38,000 signers, which will at least force the next
legislature to take action?
Tho suffragists o'f Omaha are not lacking in enthusiasm, and the nu
merous societies in Omaha and nearby suburbs and neighboring cities
Bhould be ablo to recruit quite a large army of hikers who would be willing
to go to Lincoln and present the petitions In person to Hon. Addison Wall,
secretary of state.
The hikers would undoubtedly find Nebraska weather much rooro
propitious for hiking than New York weather, General Itosallo Jones and
ler band of suffragists aro hiking 155 mllos from New York to Albany,
whilo Omaha Is only fifty-five miles from Lincoln. Tho eastern hikers aro
averaging from seventeen to twenty miles a day; at that roto tho local
(suffragists should bn able to reach Lincoln in three days.
The women are striving to secure the 38,000 signers by March 1, in
stead of July 1, as was formerly tho Intention, and havo already secured
half of the necessary number of nainos. If thty are successful In getting
tho required number by March 1, thin state will share In tho natlonnl suf
frago fund to carry on tho work. ,
Several prominent and .Influential names hayo been secured by the
women tvhd aro circulating tho petitions. Mrs. Louis C. Nash has bor peti
tion headed with Bishop Rtanncll, one of the few bishops In America to sign
la favor of suffrage. '
CONTEST IS A SALES PLAN I HBTOY iSK2J5i BUILDIN0
luncheon at Loyal.
One of Ilia larsest social .affairs Tues
Hay km the lirldro luncheon given by
2trs. Morris Levy and Mrs. William 1
Molzman at tlis Hotel Loyat. Wuahlne
'lon pink carnations and shaded lights
lormed a pretty decoration. . Mrs. Itajph
iHolzman assisted and coven were plccl
for eighty guests.
Mrs. Wynn M. llalnbolt, and Mrs. K1
,lvard Iffrrts entertained delightfully at
lan afternoon tea at the home of the for
jmer today from 4 to 8 q'clock In compll
sno.it to Mrs. U. A. ItalnbolU who leaves
(next week for California,' and for Mrs.
John C. 8. Wellls' of Osmond, Neb.
Tho rooms were lighted throughout with
candles and decorated motly with whlto
IWossoms and ferns. In llio dining room
the candles had green shades. About
1100 cards were issued, and assisting were:
ITunk Myers, t
lA 1 Williams,
AV. it. Itucholc,
Ijl. B. Davis,
Joseph llarkor id,
At the Orpheum.
i Mrs. H. Marowlts chaperoned a box
yarty ot sixteen at th Orpheum Sunday
ii Avxnlnc. In honor nf Miss Ksthcr Epstoln.
'the retiring president of the ladles" auxili
ary to the William McKlnley lodge, In
dependent Order of n'nal H'rlth. The
Xollowlng made up tho party:
Misses- , Misses
Esther Kpstein, OolUyo Alplrn.
biuiyo teinsxein, ,ii:nnio rvriwic.
Jnfeph Li, Brodkey,
Mr. and Mpb. Herman D, MnrowIU,
Mr. and 'Mrs..Ate Isaacson.
Mr. and Mrs. FrhnK I Hntlernd Mr.
iwd Mrs.. 'Frederick W. Thorns will en
tertain at a dancing party, at the LlnlnBer
Art gallery on Wednssday evening, Jan
uary 14. -
Mrs. 0. W. Llnlnger and Mr. and Mrs.
I Haller -will entertain Thursday
.evening. January 1H, at a reception for
members of 'tho Masonic lodge, chapter
f which was named for O. "W. Llnlngor.
Tho muslo department of the Associa
tion of Collegiate alumnae met this after
noon at the homo of Mrs. I Havell,
leader. Schubert and Schumann were tho
subjects of papers by Mrs. 1I.XI. Moas
man and Mrs. Johnson and were fol
lowed by a general discussion of tho lives
of the great composer. Other numbers
on tho program were vocal aoloa by
Misses Elizabeth Try, Alice- Vry, Avllda
Moore, Margaret Guthrie, and a piano
solo by Miss Mabel JCelly.
Mrs. Frederick A. Nash was hostess'
Bit a beautifully appointed luncheon to
day at her horns in honor ot Mrs. Wll
jllam A. Itfdlck, who leaves next week to
salt for an extended trip abroad. Klllar
jney rosea formed an attractive decora
tion of the table and covers were placed
.tor Mesaasnes W. A. Jledlek, Iloxte Clark,
Arthur Itemlngton, W. J. Foye, W. T,
Burns, Warren Rogers, Joseph Darker,
J. M. Daugherty, V. A. Nash aid Miss
X. A. JL Mwtiitr.
The Omaha chapter of the paughter ot
tha American Hevolutlon met this after,
soon at Uie homo ot Mrs. J. W, Qrlfflth.
, Mrs. George B. Darr gave a selected
reading and Mrs, Prapor gmlth read a
report of th National Suffrage conven
tion la Washington. A social hour fol
Xajor Im&o Sadler, D. A. Jt.
The Major Jsaao Sadler chapter ot tho
Daughters of the American Revolution
net this afternoon with Mrs. 8. K. Ilan-
;ford as hostess. The history of the na
tional airs was fhe subject of the papers
(raJ and after each aong was discussed It
iru piayea on mo viciroia, iuro. it. a
"Newell was in charge ot the program.
It-A-Yirp Club. -
The Et-A-YIrp club will give Its monthly
Btag-smoker at Metropolitan hall. Twenty-
third and Harney, Monday, January it.
Arrangement for the Junior prom of
the high school have f:nHlly been com
pleted ettef considerable wrangling and
misunderstanding. The committee In
charge of the hop had ensaged Chambers
acudemy, where all the class dunces aro
given, and were finishing the details for
Jho hop, when a number of tho Juniors,
dissatisfied with the arrangements,
though to break up tho school affair by
giving a rival hop on tho' sumo evening.
Tho school committee, unwilling to take
the risk of falllpz down on the prom,
fchnimfcd tho dat"VwhMi the rival promot
ers followed suit and likewise shifted
their ' dance. Tho committee has made
an appeal to tho students, with tho re
sult that tliq enemy has been disqualified
from. holding a dancii and'uslng tho class
name In connection with 'It, "and the real
prom,' which will bo held on January 7,
has been pledged the support of tho stu
dents; Pleasures Past.
Mr, and Mrs. A. .A. Wcdemejer enter
tained tlx past matrons and rast Patrons
club of Vesta chaptor at u watch party
last Wednesday evening at their homo In
I'ralrle Tark. Tho house Was beautifully
decorated In accord with tho holiday sea
son. A three-course luncheon was served
There' were twenty members present. Dr.
and Mrs. O. 11. nnss and Mr. and Mrs.
Wllllarn Novotll were the guests of the
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. llurbert Millard, attending tho
military school at Culver, Ind who came
homo to spend tho holiday vacation with
his parents, has returned to resume his
Miss' Edna filieyi who has been spe.nd
'trig' tho holidays ' with her parents, Mr,
ami' Mrsli P. nlley, leaves-tonight for
her, school, Kdci; Hall, Philadelphia. Miss
Kloren'ce .Jtlley will return to Notro
llame. Jnd., later In the 'week,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Myers have
returned front their visit In tho east,
accompanied by Mrs. lY llert Orndolf of
Chicago, formerly Miss Kdltli Cundlff of
this city. After a brief visit with her
pardnts, Mrs. Ondolf will return to her
hojno In Chicago.
McGovern Plans to
Do Away With the
Thomas McQovern, commissioner of tho
department of publlo Improvements, will
seed to abolish tho paving promoter dur
ing the new year. He lias asked residents
of tho city where paving districts have
been created to appear either at his of
flee or tho office of the city clerk and
select their own material. Information as
to the different materials will be kept on
fito f6r the Information ot those In
terested. "If the.people would do this," said Com.
mlssloner McOovcrn. "It would greatly
fnollttate paving work and would do away
with a lot of delays about which wo rc
celvo many complaints. As soon As a dis
trict is created wo cannot proceed with
tht Improvement until the material has
Trouble with paving promoters has been
so frequent that several methods of dim
inattng them from city Improvement work
have been auggeated. Mr. McGovern ia
now adopting the scheme written Into tho
homu rule charter, which I to be sub
mltted to the people for approval some
tlmo tnla year. The commissioner says
this plan will work ,out better than any
other so far suggested.
The Bee's M. and M. Plan Helps
Manufacturers to Sell Goods.
MORE PRIZES IN TWO WEEKS
Srconil Series Will lie Airnrdrrt on
Isimnrj a.'t -Mnnr Are TNntT
.Mirrnsl In Ihe Itny
The He- M. & M. voting contest Is a
clean-cut wiles plan. It gets to tho con
siimcr and It distributes for the manu
facturer and Jobber. There aro no pua
slcs to solve, no schemes to unravel, and
heller still It costs nothing to enter or
finish. Like all effective sales methods.
It Is simple. Instead of spending thoJ
snnds of dollars In various other kinds of
advertising, the manufacturers. Jobbers
and retailors offer through the Omaha
Ueo to their patrons the money In hard
coM cash and In valunble premiums.
Though the M. & M. contest has ben
In operation only. a month, lis popUluilty
Is remarkable. Contestants aro sending
In nomination . blanks from districts re
motely distant One woutd-be nominee
sent In her name from Van Tassell,
Wyo. Of course, the contest department
cannot enter contestants who live out
side the district covered by this vigorous
sales plan, but It Is gratifying to know
that the Interest created by The Hee Is
On Janutnry 73 will ho given away the
second perles of bonus prizes. There has
been quit a stlr-up In the standing of
the many candidates, though the differ
ence In artual rates among the leadors Is
Insignificant. The standing of nil con
testants will be published In The lire
Pundoy, ' January 11. In Omaha nnd
Council JJluffs "Label Clubs" nrc quite
tho thing now and n number of them
havo already been organized. The younz
women who compose the membership
meet once a week. The principal diver
slon Is to sort wrappers, labels and cou
pons, lie them In separate packages and
then vote them for their favorite candi
date or organization.
The boys and girls are much elated over
the ruling of tho contest manager which
permits them to compete for the piano
and diamond ring In their respective dis
tricts. Have the I.nticU.
Organizations are taking hold in a
vigorous manner. The- members of the
various lodges, hospitals and societies
are using every effort to persuade their
friends to lend assistance. "Don't throw
away your labels, vote them for some
worthy organization," Is a sign posted
In a conspicuous place in the store of an
enterprising retailer In South Omnha.
The demand created for articles, the
labels pf which are good for voles, keeps
steadily Increasing. The publlo Is be
ginning to realize that the money spent
for these products Is well spent Manv
of tho articles listed are made In Omaha,
All of them ore distributed by Omaha
Jobbers. The money spent for these
goods stays at home where It belongs.
i no m. & sr. contest, as conducted by
The ricO. Is n real inenacA In Mia mnll
order houses that enter Into competition
1th tho local merchants. Whnt Is true
f Omaha Is true of the other town nr.
ganlzed In the campaign. The M. & M.
vottrtg contest Is keeping the local trade
There are so manv nnnnrtimiiia in
lect votes In large numbers that nomi
nees will make no rnlutakc when they
send In Ihelr nomination blanks nt thl
time. The contest' )mn yet three months
to run. There are ninnv nt-lzes. hr.
fore tho opportunities are manifold.
i ne contest manager will go Into tho
letnlls Of the contest with m ir
will call nt tho contest department, m
r Q.iuuinB. iiw pnono number Is
Dinner is Given in
Honor of Dr, Dwyer
Friends ot Dr. T. J. Dwyer gave a din
ner In his honor at tho Uenshaw on
Monday evening, as tho doctor is to "be
married Wednesday, 8peakera at the din
ner were Dr. Crowley, D, J, O'nrlen, Tom
Qulnlan. J. J. Mahoney and Dr. Dwyer.
Thoso present were: T. V. Qulnlan, P. C.
Ilcafey. M. It. Murphy, P. J. MoOraw.
D. J. O'Brien, T. K. O'Drien. Dr. C. V.
Crowley, J. P.. Haydcn. T. J, Flynn, P.
H. lMilibljnT. F. Maloney, J, J. Mahoney.
Nose and Head Stopped Up Prom
Cold or Catarrh, Open At Once
Jfy Okwumtr, Healing' Balm
lnstaatly Clears Nose, Head
aad Throat Stop Nasty
Catarrhal Discharges. Dull
Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
Gt a smalt bottle anyway, Just to try
it Apply a little In the nostrils and In
ktaatly your cldgged' nose' and' slopped -tip
air passage of the head will openi
you will breathe freely; dullness and
headache disappear. By morning! the
catarrh, roM-lh.-head or catarrhal sore
throat will be gone.
End such misery now! Get tho small
ktU t "lay's Cream Balm" at any
drug- store. This sweet, fragrant balm
dissolves by tho heat of the nostrils;
penetrates and heals the inflamed, awol
len membrane which lines the nose, head
and throat; clears the air passages; stops
nasty discharges and a feeling of cleans
ing, soothing relief comes immediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggling for
breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed,
hawking and bfowlng. Catarrh or a cold.
with its running nose, foul mucous drop
Ping Into the throat, and raw dryness In
distressing but truly needless.
Put your faith-Just onee-ln Kly a
Cream palm"' and vour cold or catarrh
will surety disappear Agents-Sherman
and McCgnneU Drug Co, Advertisement
The Perilsltent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
' lluslncss Success.
Howard's Plan for
That tho packers of South Omnhn.
should pay the UOO0.000 In salaries that
aro now paid by tho federal government
to tho experts in tho bureau of animal
industry for sheat Inspection at the
slaughter houses Is a "practical sugges
tion" In tho mind of Senator Q, M. Hitch
cock. At least so ho says In a letter ha
has written to Jerry Howard,
Howard has been "pounding him on
the 'back" through correspondence for
some time on this subjoct Ho wrote the
senator a long letter In which he re
ferred to the Inspection as being dono
by "horso doctors." Also he suggested
that tho packers bo required to pay the
J.1,000,000 that It now costs the govern
ment to keep up this Inspection.. Tho
3,0X,O0O, Howard suggested, could then
be used to reclaim arid lands, and to
mako the Missouri river navigable, all
6f which ho suggested would glvo much
employment and solvo to a largo extent
tho Industrial unrest problem. Howird
sent a similar letter to David, P. Houston,
secretary ot agriculture, Howard has a
reply from Senator Hitchcock as follows:
1 have your long letter and notice the
practical suggestion at Its close that tho
packers should bo required to pay the
annual amount expended for the Inspec
tion of meat under the supervision ot tho
bureau ot animal Industry for tho rea
son, as stnted by you, that the Inspection
Is for their benefit. 1 Bhsll look Into this
matter and give It careful attention.
Would Have Park
to Preserve Birds
and Natural Forest
For the education ot the public In
natural history and archaeology citizens
of Omnha and vicinity have Incorporated
the Fontenello Forest aepctatlon. They
will hold a meeting January 12 to effect
a permanent organisation and plan to
acquire land along the Missouri river
bluffs In Douglas and Sarpy counties, to
establish a museum of archaeology and
natural history and to preserve and re
new the natural forest growth and native
bird and animal life.
The Idea was originated several years
ago by Prof. Anson A. Tyler, Ph. D.,
dean ot Uellevuo college. The articles
of Incorporation filed In Lincoln Monday
are the result of his endeavors to pro-
servo for future generations a publlo
forest park, Wfiere the trees, birds, his
toric and prehistoric remains would be
preserved In thtlr present condition of
Tho Incorporators of the association a,r
Dr. Tyler, T. R. Kimball, C. M. Wllhelm,
Fred J. Adams, Poy Towle, C. J. Krnst.
Henry W. Yates, Alfred C. Kennedy,
Howard II. Baldrlge, C. C. nohlen, Dr. A.
P. Jonas, C. F. McOrcw, Dr. Jlarold Clif
ford. C. N. Diets, Dr. Solon It. Towns
and Ilev. Stephen Stookcy, retiring presi
dent of Bcllevue college.
Lee Bridges, Former
City Councilman, is
I.ce Bridges, former city councllm.tu,
now of tho firm of Bridges & Hoye, con
tractors, wis mndo city building In
spector nt a salary of $2,000 a year by
unanimous vote of the city commission,
his term of office to. begin Immediately
and conclude with the end ot the present
Hlnce the death of Walter Mlsencr,
former building Inspector, the work of
the department has been handled by
Thomas Isltt. who wilt now be known as
chief permit clerk.
Mr. Bridges, before, he was city council
man. Wss connected with the hutldtng
Inspection department for several years.
Politically ho Is. a closo friend of the
present administration, which succeeded
lh" council on which he served.
Woman Without Any
Funds and With a
Baby Seeks Help
Mrs. Wanda Skattnm. 1415 Cass street,
appealed to Captain Itcltfeldt Monday
afternoon for protection against being
ejected from her rooms by reason of her
owing a month's room rent
With only 2 cents In her purse and a
C-months-old baby to care for, Mrs.
Bkattam, utterly without friends and
deserted by her husband, has fought a
losing battle for tho last two months.
Captain Heltfcldt assured her of shelter
until work c-ould be provided. Her case
has been referred to charitable organiza
tions In the city.
OLD PEOPLE'S HOME ELECTS
NEW HEADS OF COMMITTEES
Mrs. George Tlldon was elected chair
man ot the finance committee at a meet
ing of the board ot directors of the Old
Peoplo's homo Tuesday morning. Mrs.
J. W. Bedford Is chairman ot the board,
Mrs. C. S. Sherman of tho commltteo on
wardrobe and linen, airs. R, 8. W'Tlcox
of devotions, and Mrs. J. .W. Bedford of
tho houso committee, with Mrs. Isaac
Douglas as vice chairman.
From Soup to Nuts! Eat Without Fear
Of Stomach Misery Pape's Diapepsin
Digests food when Stomach
can'tNo Indigestion, Sour
ness or Gas Stop starving.
You can eat anything your stomach
craves without fear of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia, or that your food will fer
ment or sour on your stomach, If you
will take Papa's Diapepsin occasionally.
Anything you eat will be digested; noth
ing can ferment or turn Into acid, poison
or stomach bsji. which causes Belching,
Dizziness, a feeling of fullness after eat
ing, Nausea, Indigestion (like a lump of
lead in stomach). Biliousness, Heartburn,
Water brash, Palrl In stomach and In
testines. Headaches from stomach nu
absolutely unknown where Tape's Dia
pepsin Is used. It really docs all the work
of a healthy stomach. It digests your
meals when your stomach can't It leaves
nothing to ferment, sour and upset the
Get a large C0-cent ense ot Tape's Dia
pepsin from your druggist, then cat any
thing you wont without tho slightest dis
comfort or misery, besides, every particle
of impurity and Gas that Is In your
stomach and Intestines will vanish.
Should you bo suffering now from In
digestion or any stomach disorder, you
can get relief In two minutes. Adrcrtls--ment.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
BRANDEI5, Friday and Saturday, Mat. Sat., Jan. Slh and 11th
rjticus Mat., rsc to 91.&0; aright, 35o to $a.oo.
' Junri CURT PRESENTS
MclNTYRE d HEATH
AND COMPANY OF tOO
THE HAM TREE
THE WORLD'S BEST DANCING CHORUS
YOUNG WOMEN ORGANIZE
NEW SYMPOSIA SOCIETY
Symposia Is the name selected for the
new art society organized by a number
of young girls to further tho study of
music and literature. The officers ot
tho organization? are Miss llattla Pred,
president! JIIsh Icna t.lpsey. secretary;
Miss Florence Shames, guardian, and
Ills Miriam Davis, reporter. Tho re
maining members Include Misses:
Molllo Pteln Florence Shames
JCIIzabeth Hart .Tanet Shames
Icnnlo Bteln Roso Prodlcejr
Kvh Alplrn Sarah Brodkoy
Hannah Kulakofsky Sophia Welnsteln
nyivm uuiaKoisay uutn uross
Spend this Winter at
in the warmth of the refresh
ing, salt-laden Gulf breeze.
There a wealth of out-door nl fig
ures await you the fort, the battle
ships in the harbor, the soldiers en
camped are additional attractions of
k unusual interest.
flplendid Hotels oh, tbs sew BsffiksB-dollnr
palace overlooking tho Oulf prenrlcle for year com
fort and pleasure.
HOT TEA BREAKS
A COLD TRY THIS
Utt a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks' call
It, '"Hamburg BmsL Thee,' at any phar
macy. Toko a tablespoonful of the tea,
put a cup of boiling water upon It, pour
through a stove and drink a teacup full
at any time. It Is the most effective wsy
to break a cold and euro grip, as It opens
the pores, relieving congestion. Also
loosens tho bowels, thus' breaking a cold
It Is Inexpensive nnd entirely vegetable,
thcrcforo harmless. Advertisement.
aaiveaton Commercially. JUdrsss. "
QslVMtoB Commercial Awerfsrtloa,
When Yon Go,!ravel via the TCatjT
In pnro&MlBjr a ticket to Q&lTwrtoa jsat
say "Katy" to the agent; ho wfll underatand.
Limited, train from St. Louis nod Kansas
u(j mi juurney a snort trip of delight
ful comfort Theso ''Kiity" trains are splen
didly eqolpped with electric-llehted Pullmans.
sUol chair oars, ad dining cars that you
would be content to dine In always
For fares or berths call cm aearest
railway, or write to
Geo. A. McNutt, D. P. A., M. K. & T.
Lines, 805 Walnut St, ICansns City. Mo.
W. S. St. George, G. P. A.,
M. K. & 1. Lines, St. Louis, Mo.
m m w i mm ii m a n w
mm Therefore, it is ABSURD to expect to find a SUBSTI- I I Ml Ai3ffl5
Tin. l-.Iiutl. AaetlMtt
drtaehtd from centt-fcorfy
Key to tho tltuatlon-Uv AdYWtlala-.
SALE NOW IN PROGRESS the United States and Canada
TVTEMO CORSETS are the Droduct of over a hundred
patented inventions, covering many years of constant
study. Each model represents not ONE but SEVERAL of
these original inventions.
Therefore, it is ABSURD to expect to find a SUBSTI
TUTE for Nemo Corsete among tho many IMITATIONS that
have sprung up in tho wake of Nemo success.
Some Nemo features are VISIBLE and can be copied
closely enough in APPEARANCE to deceive an incautious
buyer. Others the Nemo "bridge,' for instance are be
yond the skill of any imitator.
The New "Duplex" Self-Reducing Corset
Called "duplex," because they render a double service
absolute control in the bade, and perfect support in the front
Extending below the back steels are bands of semi
elastic Lastikops Webbing, detached from the corset-body
at the lacing ends (Fig. 1). This permits the closo lacing of
the lower part of the bands, to make them curve in under the body (Fig. 2),
without interfering with the lacing of the corset proper.
The effect is a perfect, smooth incurve see large picture), which prevents
corset-edge or bonea from showing through, keeps corset from sliding up, and
insures ease when you're seated. ABSOLUTELY NEW! )
Improved Self-Reducing front,
with its curved steels and flattening
straps, gives excellent abdominal
support and reduces both the ab
domen and the upper limbs.
No. 327 with low bust) $J.OO
No, 328 medium bust J, 5
me white counu sizes 20 to se
In style, fit, durabiliiy, conrfort
and special features, this is the
GREATEST VALUE evercroivded
into a $3.00 corset.
THE NtMO HTCIENIC.FA3H10N INSTITUTE, H. T.
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