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THE QMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 26, 1914.
d-B What Women Are Doing in the World Wedded in New York on Saturday Clnh Cnlrntlnr. SUNDAY Owning meeting Nebraska conference of Charities and Corrections, High School Auditorium, 3 p. m. He search club, St. Berchman's academy, 3 p. m. MONDAY Charities and Corrections con ference In session morning and after noon at Jacobs hall, evening nt high school. Dr. Katherlne Bement Davis, luncheon at Commercial club. Omaha Woman's club, executive meeting. 115, director', 1:30, and business meeting at 2:30 p. m. Nebraska Child Labor com mlttee, dinner at Young Women's Chris tian association. Persian history class, public library. TUESDAY Charities and Corrections conference In session, mornlnfc at Ja cobs hall and afternoon nt Scho'ol for the Deaf. Suffrage luncheon for Dr Davis at Rome hotel. Dinner for Dr. Davis at Loyal hotel. Clio Study club, Miss Ada OU'naky hostess. Annual luncheon fc'outh i, r.nha Woman's club. Mrs. Jay 1-averty. Oratory department ; Woman s clui .ectin. .aernio chid. Mrs. Paul A. Themanson hostess. New Story Teller?' league, public- library French history class, public library. Prairie Park Needlecraft club. Open meeting North Side Women's Christian Temperance union. WEDNESDAY Literature department of Woman's club, annual meeting and elec tion of officers. Second district Ne braska Federation of Women's Clubs at Papllllon. Book club, Mrs. V. S. Wiley hostess. Special meet ng and program McKlnloy auxiliary of B'nal B'rlth. Story Tellers' section Associa tion of Collegiate Alumnae. Mrs. Robert Oantt hostess. Omaha. Suffrage asso ciation. Baright hall. 2:30 p. m. THURSDAY Wyche Story Tellers' league at public library. Omaha Society of Fine Arts. Miss Caroline Dodge leader Household economics department. Wo man's club program nt Old , People's home. Emma Hoagland Flower mis sion Decorative art class, public li brary. Benson Baptist Missionary so ciety, Mrs. C. H. Burrlll hostess. Elev enth annual convention First district State Federation of Women's Clubs at Auburn. FRIDAY Afternoon tea. complimentary to Omaha "Woman's club, Mrs. Thomas Brown hostess. Anti-Suffrage society. Mrs. John C, Cowln hostess. French history and civics classes, public library. SATURDAY Suffrage rally day. all-day meeting of Second district at Loyal hotel. R. Katherlne Bement Davis, commissioner ' of corrections In New York City, will be D Omaha's distinguished visitor this week. Dr. Davis' pro gram for her short stay Is a vqry full one and Omaha women are planning to hear her as often a possible. Monday morning Dr. Davis speaks on "The Bedford Reformatory" at the State Conference of Charities and Corrections, for which meeting she came to Omaha. At noon there will be a luncheon at the Commercial club; In. the afternoon there will be a conference with Dr, Davis at the charities meeting, besides which it is thought that she will spend a few mo ments at the Omaha Woman's club. In the evening" her topic will be "Adminis tration of Correctional Institutions," at the Central High school auditorium. Tuesday morning she speaks on "Classi fication of Offenders": at noon is honor guest at a large suffrage luncheon at trje Rome hotel and In the evening will be -guest of honor at "a dinner at the Loyal hotel, arranged by a number of prominent citizens who are Interested in establishing a reformatory for delin quent women. ' Dr. Davis will be at Brownell Hall dur ing her stay here. t 1Many of the clubs have completed their programs for the year and have elected officers for the coming term. Among them are the Mu Sigma and Dundee clubs and the music, art, current topics and househould economics departments of the Omaha Woman's club. The Omaha W.oman's club proper had Its final meet ing Monday; the oratory department and the South Omaha Woman's club com plete their programs Tuesday; Wednes day the literature department finishes its work and Thursday, the Omaha Society of Fine Arts presents its last program and the Junior Art society holds its an nual meeting. Next week the social science department of the Woman's club holds its last meeting. i Mrs. .'. W Pollard. The last mtetlng of the league for this year will be held May . The Book club will meet Wednesday morning at 10:1$ o'ctoek, at the home of Mrs. W. S. Wiley. Mrs. Ida Hanchctt la the leader. Mis. Paul A. Themanson will be hoMtsij at a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday for lh Scrmo club. Instead of the regular pro-1 gram, each member will give current toDlca. The Research club will meet at St. Btrchman'M , academy Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Father S. J. Quintan will speak and Miss Winifred Trnynor and Mr Paul Harrington will sing. Re hearsals are being held under the fllrec- tlon of Prcf. Rleod. for a pluy to be Woman in Charge of New York Charities ' given Monday evening, May I. Miss .Caroline W&tRe will b leader of I the program on "French. Painting" for the Omnha Society of Flno Arts, Thurs- (day The works of Charles Cottet fltvl ! tfugrn ttrviHtn will h tho flllhtrrt n' ' rnpers. Tim annual meeting of the Junior Art society Is also scheduled for Thills I Uy. V. Wl A. tr. The hospitality circle will have charg of the vesper service at UX o'clock Rev McCasklll of Hanscom Park Methods! church will give a short talk, ami there will be Rpeclal music, including nn octette of circle girls. There will be the usual social hour following the auditor- ( lum service, at which light refreshments! will be served. All young women are 1 ery cordially Invited. The swlrnming pool open Monday hut lessons will not begirt for a sholt time ppllcatlon for such Inatructlon may ho made nt any time, and n special in structor will be provided It there Is suf ! ficlent demand. Those wishing to us. I the pool for swimming, without lessons, should notify the office to at range for Its being heated. i If the weather permits, the tennis court I will open next week. Arrangements are made at the office for racquets und nets. and capacity, the ruralto. la expected to arrho soon. The dredfte Corozal which was to have been at work before this In deepening the channel through Culebra Cut. has been diydocked In the east upper chamber of Oatun locks, just above the five sub- t marines In the same chamber An ex i rloslon in an oil tank did considerable ' damage to several bulkheads and hull of the big dredge. In order to drydock It In the same lock chamber the submarines 1 wero lashed fast to the bottom of the lock, which was then filled. I YANKTON WINS DEBATE I FROM NEBRASKA WESLEYAM YANKTON. 3. Dt, April 2S.-(8peclal Telegram.) Yankton college represented by AVarren, Beyer and Tobln, won a j unanimous decision from Nebraaka Wes leyan university last night upon th negative of the literacy test for Immi gration restrictions. YHnkton college has won three unanimous decisions In debate this .vear and fifteen out of the nlne trrn debates In Its history. NORTHWALL PRESIDENT OF THEJJOONDAY CLUB T J Northwall wan elected president of the Noonday club at the annual busi ness meeting of this organization of Swedish-American business and profes sional men. Paul Wlemer was elected Mce president. W. O. LUIJenstolpe seers- 1 tav and M. J. Peterson treasurer. LADIES! !A Beautiful Complexion i Instantly MRS. FRANK O. REILLY, Nee Nell Donohue. Dr. Katharine Bement Davis will be the guest of 'honor at the last meeting of the Omaha Woman's club Monday af ternoon. She has promised to give a short talk. Definite action will be taken on club rooms for the coming year and delegates to the- state convention to be held in October will be elected. The tellers who served at the annual election are asked to report and complete the election returns. Reports from all departments and standing committees will be received Executive and directory meetings will precede the business meeting. Dr. Katherlne Bement Davis will be honor guest at a dinner Tuesday eve nlng at the Loyal hotel, the arrange- j mems tor wnien have been made oy a group of public-spirited citizens. At this dinner the "Care of Delinquent Women and the Seed of a Reformatory" will be discussed and an effort will be made to form an association that will be able to deal intelligently with the subject An invitation Is extended to all clergymen of the city to be present, tickets to be secured aj. the Beaton Drug company. Seventy-five guests will, attend. The committee which' Is arranging the din ner Includes: Mrs. Draper Smith, Mrs. C. W. Hayes, Mrs. F. H. Cole. Mrs. Ella Gibbons, Mrs. Katherlne D rummy, Miss Katherlne Graves. Miss Louise McPher son. Miss Mabel Porter, A. C. Kugel, Judge Bears, Judge English, Dr. D. E. Jenkins, Dr. Alexander Young, Mogy Bernstein and Edgar Scott Miss Blanche Van Kuran, for the last sixteen years a settlement worker In Chicago, and Mrs. Paul Getzschmann, 1 member of the Social Service board, were the speakers at a meeting of the Omaha union of the Woman's Christian Temper ance union, held Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. J. E. Latta. MIbs Van Kuran's subject was "Civics" and she laid par- I ticular emphasis on the benefits that would accrue from an intelligent use of the ballot by women. Mrs. Getzschmann spoke of the movement to eliminate ob jectionable films in moving picture shows ' and to elevate the tone of pictures In children's programs, which are especially prepared. The speaker deplored the showlpg of war films and suggested films to promote universal peace. Special mention was made of scientific slides being prepared by Thomas Edison. The union will support Mrs. Getzschmann, who Is one of its members, In her ac tivities in censoring children's amuse ments. A request for twelveBlbles for the county Jail service was granted. Miss Ina Shaw of Topcka Kan-, dis trict secretary for the ' Middle Wet American Baptist Home Missionary so ciety, was the speaker at the meeting of the Trl-clty Baptist quarterly, Friday afternoon. The following officers were elected: Mrs. Frank W. Foster, presi dent; Mrs. Edward Johnson, first vice president; Mrs. E. Taft, second vice president; Mrs. Carrie Balllnger, record ing secretary; Mrs. A. D. Northrup, cor responding secretary; and Mrs. W. B. Meyer, treasurer. Mrs. Taft and Mrs. florthrup are the new officers, the others having been re-elected. Mrs. Edward Johnson spoke on the newly organized West Central district, of which board she Is chairman. A regular business meeting of the Omaha Suffrage association will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, at Baright hall. The Benson Baptist Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. C. H. Bur rlll. ' Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Llpps and Mrs. Sheffer will' lead the-program, on the subject "Indians of the South j and Southwest." The Nebraska Society opposed to Wo man suffrage will meet at the homo of Mrs, John C. Cowln Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. An Interesting program is being prepared for this meeting. The household economics department of the Omaha Woman's club will give the following program and serve refresh ments at the Old reoples Home Thurs day, under the direction of Mrs. Isaac Douglas. Mrs. Charles L. Sykes will sing a group of songs; Miss Helen Phelan will recite and the Misses Beulah and Lola Brand will give guitar and mando lin selections. The eleventh annual convention of the First district, state Federation of Wo men's" clubs,- meets at Auburn April 31, May 1. The state officers who will attend the meeting of the second district at Papllllon April 29, will come directly from there. Mrs. J. B. Hungate of Weeping Water, First district vice presi dent, .will preside. Among the speakers will be Mr. E. C. Kemble of Lincoln, who will speak on the "Pure Food" law; Mr. Woodrow Ball, Valentine "State WILL GIVE ORGAN RECITAL AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. at a I iMimiaaiii. laaSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMalii 1 I i -tt.i iK JfetfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHr ' tiff I I Forestry Commlssin"; Miss Alice Loomls, Lincoln. "Practical Education of Our Girls"; Col. D. B. Hay ward, Llncpln, Military Academy, "Pome Needs in Edu caton"; Prof. Paul Grumann, Lncoln, "Nature of Art." Mrs. Robert Cantt will be hostess for tho story teller's section of the Associ ation of Collegiate Alumnae, Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock. The program la In charge of Mrs. Stephen" Davlea. and stories will be told by Misses Louis Steg ner, Juliet Griffin and Mrs. Leslie Hlg gins. A social hour will follow the pro gram. The annuals-luncheon of the South Omaha Woman's club will be held Tues day at the home of Mrs. Jay Laverty. A number of out-of-town guests will be present, Including: Mrs. A. G, Peterson of Aurora, state president; Mrs. J. N. Taul of St. Paul, ,vlcc- president; Mrs. T. J. Gist of Falls City, past state presi dent and General Federation state sec retary, and Mrs. J. B. Hungate, vice pres ident of the First district. Following the luncheon the literature department will present the last' program for the year. Principal W. S. Moore of the South Omaha High school will give an address on "Ben Hur." Superintendent of Schools N. M. Graham and Mrs. R. M. Laverty will then present plans for the proposed work of the Woman's club for the; next year to Serve hot lUnches In the grade schools of the city. The Board of Edu cation at Its last meeting endorsed the plan of the club. No spectacular procession will mark the observance of May 2, the tally day, 'by Omaha suffragists, but there will be an all-day conference and luncheon at the Loyal hotel of delegates from the Second district, which Includes Sarpy, Washing ton and Douglas counties. Resolutions asking Nebraska representatives in con gress to vote favorably on the Brlstow- Mondell amendment, which provides for the enfranchising of women, will be adopted and sent to Washington in time for the big demonstration on May 9. Mrs James Richardson is chairman of the committee that Is completing arrange ments for Saturday's meeting. The literature department ofMhe Omaha Woman's club meets Wednesday morning and will elect officers for the coming year. A resume of the year's work will bo given by the leaders under whose di rection the dramas were studied. Mrs, John R, Haarmann was elected leader of the musical department of the Omaha Woman's club at the last meet ing of the department, Thursday after noon, Mrs, Wagner Thomas, Mrs. J. B. Pulver, Miss Amanda Tebblns and Miss Adah Klopp are the assistant leaders and Miss Adallne Specht, secretary-treasurer. The last meeting of the oratory depart ment of the Omaha Woman's club will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30. Elec Hon of officers for the coming year will take nlace. Mrs. Thomas Brown will entertain at her home Friday afternoon between the -hours of 3 and 6 In honor of the out going and Incoming officers of the Omaha Woman's club. The department leaders will assist throughout the rooms and the ex-presjdents will pour tea. All members of the cluh are Invited to be j present. , The Wyche Story Teller's league will meet Thursday, when "Irish Folklore' will be the subject for study. Humorous land miscellaneous stories will be told by Misses Vera" DU Bols, Fern Solomon Jessie Stltl and Carrie Boutelle. j Kchnltzler's "Affairs of Anatol" will be the subject for the Clio Study club, Tues uJay evening, at the home of Miss Ada U'lllnsky In Council Bluffs. Miss Marie Gordon will give Schnltzler's message In jhis dramas; Miss Glllniky will tell the ; story, and Miss Ruby Isaacson will give the point of view. The Omaha Story Teller's league will i meet Thursday. May 7. under the leader ship of Miss Kate Wlnslade. "The Power if th Press" will be told by'Mrs. C. W Axtell. a selected story by Miss Emma Roberts and "Little Vulte Rabbit" byj Women's Meetings in, St. Petersburg Broken Up by Police ST. PETERSBURG. April 25. Plans for the observance of a "woman's day" by the workwomen of the capital were broken up by the police. The day waa to have been observed chiefly by lectures In vari ous halls on general topics affecting woman's work and position. The police arrested a number of women In advance of the day set. some of them of the edu cated classes, and forbade all the planned meetlnga but on. . Three of the speakers for this meeting, however, were arrested beforehand, and the meeting was dissolved after two women had spoken. The au dience tried to form a procession on leav ing the hall. This was broken up and a number of other arrests were made. Al together more than 'thirty women have been arrested. . Interest in all questions affecting women, but mort especially In' woman's suffrage, is rapidly growing In. Russia. A number of meetings have been held during the winter, and crowds of girl stu dents and women from all stations of life attended. Inasmuch as Russian condlons are especially unfavorable to the exten sion of the franchise to women, the po- Itical issue Is generally tr.eated merely as one phase of the' general question of the enlargement of the area of woman's work for social betterment. Mme. F. A. Tyrkova, a well-known nov- ellst and one of the leaders In the women's movement, states the alms and ideals of the Russian women as follows; "Russian women have been for years In a privileged position compared with their Ur Katherlnu Uenunt Davis, director Omaha durlnu tlm week to ntteud ihe i thf mini diicu ikin Udla itetlrlni bcautliul tatlny eomplMlon.. tlat will hr lti tnr of rtmr tflendi. houll flt my fimflui I "Parisian Faco Enameline" U fof moli. bUcVhi, llvr.poU blru mu it. wrinkles, frek!e. tn and ill other racial MemUhti. It l sjwintl kk t mjara jof New York Charities and Corrections, sessions of the Nebraska Conference of awcarlng In her chief assistant (Inseli Charities and Corrections, portrait of Dr. Davis). She will be In western slaters. They enjoyed consider able property Independence and higher education had been secured for women In Russia long before It was acquired In most of the countries of western Europe. In the struggle for political reform women fought sldo by, side with the men. All these thtngs, however, have caused a false sense of security, and opportunities -for securing full political rights are gradually being narrowed down. There la danger that the traditional conception of women's Inferiority will assert Itself, and Russian men, like the men of western Europe, will resolutely oppose the extension , of political rights to women." Mme. Tyrkova polntB to the aiiffragctto movement In England aa an Illustration of the straits to which the best women. wero driven In a highly civilized society when the conception of tho essential In feriority of woman was embodied In an Intricate network of usage and custom. Pettier Will Classify Woods of Panamd PANAMA,. April 25.-U Is understood that Henry Pettier, of tht Department of Agriculture at Washington, who has ar rived on the Isthmus to classify the nativo woods of Panama, will soon undertake the organization of two agricultural schools In the republic. The Panama au thorities requested Mr. Pettier' servlco for the collection of native woods They will be a part of the Panama national ex hibition which will be opened n6xt year. The third batalllon of the Tenth In fantry, stationed nt Camp Otis, has just completed a forced march through the jungle from Chorrera In the province of Coolo. The distance covered, twenty seven miles, waa made In one day. It wn found that the main trail has been well cleared by the ranama government. About snvonty-flvo per ' cent of the battalion Is composed of recruits who thus made their first practice inarch. Pedro Miguel, where the canal locks of that name are located, la to be one of the model permanent towns of the ii-lhmUR. The canal government has been husy there" for sevoral months In the hope of having the place completed In time for the opening of the canal next year. Macadam streets and toncrote tddewalka nre being laid "and many new houses are being built for the operating force of th locks. A large playground for children and tennis and base ball grounds also are well under way, In front of the Young Men's Christian as sociation building la to bn the plaza, which- will be one of the. beauty spots of the town, The dredge' Uamboa. the largeat dipper dredMe ever built, has arrived on tho Isthmus nnd Is being assembled for work. It la thn Intention of the canal authorities to havo the dredge begin the widening of tho channel In Culebra Cut 1n front of the Cucaracha and Culebra slides nt an early date. The dipper of this new dredge has a capacity of fifteen cubic yards. Another dredge of the same typo Durini: m trmfli In Krame. 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