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10 B What Women Are Doing in the World WHICH holds the clubwoman's interest the most, the second district convention of the Nebraska Federation of Woman's Clubs, which will be enter tained in Omaha on Thursday, the 'ourteenth district meeting, or the julfrage school conducted under the tuspices of the National Woman Suf ragc association, and which opens in Jinaha the same day, it would be lard to say. Delegates to the first lathering will come from all the fed rated clubs in this congressional dis rict, Valley, Benson, South Side, Hair, Herman, Papillion, Springfield, iVaterloo, Dundee, Woman s club of he Railway Mail Service, besides the 'unless club, the Omaha Woman's luh and the associated clubs, the visiting Nurse association and the ssociation of Collegiate Alumnae; .vhile already over 150 women have j enrolled for the suffrage school. Beginning at 9 o'clock in the morn- j ing, a full program has been arranged lor the Second .district convention by the president, who is Mi's. J. W. Welch of Benson. Mrs. Charles Les lie of the Dundee club is vice presi dent and Mrs. R. W. Erway of Valley is treasurer. Rev. T, J, Mackay gives the invocation, Mayor Dahlman the welcome to the city, other speakers for the morning session being Mrs. E. M. Syfert and Mrs. H. E. New branch. Miss Edith Tobitt, Mrs. George C. Young, Mrs. F. B. Oliver, Mrs. K. R. J. Edholm and Mrs. F. H. Cole will give addresses, as well as the state president, Mrs. T, N. Paul of St. Paul, and Mrs. A. G. Peterson of Aurora, who will attend the con vention. A round table discussion of '.he high cost of living, in which Mrs. F. J. Burnett, Mrs. R. M. Laverty and Mrs. Oscar Dcland of Valley take part, promises to be of special in terest. 'Musical numbers will be given by Miss Dorothy Brown, Mrs, Wagner Thomas, Miss Nina Garrett, Mrs. E. A. Weathers, George Compton, Mrs. E. A. Zabriskie, Mrs. Edith L. Wag v oner and a quartet. Miss Bertha Cof fey, Miss Ruth Gordon, Carl Siebert and W. E. Shafer. The parliamentary law department of the Omaha Wom an's club will also repeat the moot po litical convention given recently for an open day program. The sociaf end of the convention in cladcs a. luncheon the hostess club will give for the delegates and out-of-town guests and a dinner, Mr. and Mrt. John W. Welch give for the na tional, state and district officers, as well as Mrs. E. M. Syfert, president of the hostess club. Delegates froitj the Omaha Worn an's club ' are: Mesdames E. M. Syfert, E. E. Stanficld, L. M. I.ord, Isaac Douglas, Jerome Lillie, CAM, Hempel, E. B. Ransom, L. J. Healcy and C. H. Townscnd. Mrs. John O. Yeiser and Mrs. T. R. Braden go from the Dundee club, Mrs. P. J. Farrell, Mrs. W. S. Derbyshire and Mrs. F. , M. Oaks from South Side, Mrs. F. B. Oliver and Mrs. Harry Fivett from Benson and Mrs. R. L. Franti! and ; Mrs. M. H. Blackwell from the Wom an's club of the Railway Mail Service. VTen or twelve will come from the two clubs in Valley, Mrs. Webb and Mrs. W. E. Weekley of the Woman's tlub and Mrs. Margaret Holswortn and Mrs. Oscar Deland from the Mothers' club: Mrs. N, L. King and Miss Edna Wilson from Papillion; Buy Your Effective On The Davis Will Present PricM Model H UtMSti.Sma-PM. Malar Twl Cw, SUSS ' Model I Lisk: Sh, Clak RwitUf, tuts Model J It KilWru, 14(i Model K Svl.SpriwflM, VB Mi, 175 GEO. W. W. U II sS Officers Second D r7 IT SMS. CHAttLES LESLIE Mrs. W. H. Davidson of Springfield, and Mrs. John Fitch of Herman. Mrs. Welch is especially elated over a delegation of sixteen girls of the Blair Girls' club who will attend the meeting, headed by their president. Miss Myrtle Jensen, and their sponsor, Miss Rinehart. Mrs. Welch believes this is the only federated high school girls' club in the state. Mrs. Welch will entertain Mrs. A. G. Peterson of Aurora, and Mrs. J. M. Paul of St. Paul, as her house guests. Mrs. M. B. Cameron will have Mrs. "George Beels of Norfolk and Mrs. W. H. Davidson of Spring field, Mrs. L. M. Lord will have as her guest Mrs. W. N. Oris of Stan ton, and Mrs. Charles Leslie will have Mrs. R. W. Erway of Valley as her guest. Mrs. A. E. Davisson of Lin coln will also come for the conven tion. Pregrara for Suffrage School. Mrs. Charles H. Marple is enrolling students for the suffrage school, in structors in which are Mrs. Frank J. Shuler of Buffalo, corresponding sec retary of the national association; Mrs. Halsev W. Wilson, a former Minnesota woman, an educator and a writer, who was for three years nnncinal of a Minneapolis high school and for seven years editor of the Book Review Digest, and Mrs, T. T. Cotnam of Little Rock, Ark., a prominent club woman and a dramatic reader of power. Classes will be held the last three davs of the week at the Young Worn. en's Christian association auditorium from 10 to 12 in the morning and 2 to 4 p. m. The class schedule is as follows: ' Press and publicity, by Mrs. Cotnam. from ID to 1U:JU eacn morn inn: suffraee history, bv Mrs. Wilson, from 10:30 to 11:15 a. m., and organi zation work bv Mrs. Shuler. 11:15 to 12 M. From 2 to 2:30 Mrs. Cot nam has charge of the public speak ing; 2:30 to 3:15, argument, by Mrs. Wilson; from thea,to 4 p. m., money raising, by Mrs. Shuler. Evening classes, too, are planned for business women. , It is understood thai though the same topics are assigned for - each period of the three days' school, no two day s program will be alike, uit niiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiitiiiiiiiiiiii Davis Before April 1st That Date, the Price of Be Increased $100 IN common with other manufacturer of high grade auto mobile! who are maintaining their present high atand ud of construction, it has become necessary for the , Davit Company to increase the prices of the Davis. The ' advance in prices will be $100 and will go into effect. April lat. However, all can ordered for deliver) before All dale ill be told at lha old price. By buying your Davis NOW you are making a clear saving of $ 1 00. For the Davit you get at the increased price after way different than the car you The perfection of design and construction of the Davis is the result of the high ideal o produce a car that would add to our long-established reputation for quality motorcar production! The wonderful performance of this car and the hearty endorsement of its satisfied users bear teatimony to our having lived up to our ideal in every respect. Once you have examined this car, enjoyed its riding comfort and felt the thrill of its sure, quiet and ready response, you will feel as thousands of others have, that the Davis is the car for you.'- Make up your mind to buy your Davit NOW and make this saving. Don't wait too long. Our dealers' V supply it limited, and once it is gone no cars will be available at the old price. Aak tor a demonstration today. DAVIS MOTOR CAR CO. lJSTI Richmond, Ind. T. WILSON AUTOMOBILE CO. 1S10 Famam St. Distributor Iowa and Nebraska. Omaha, Nob. THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE; MARCH 11, 1917. istrict U. F, W, 0, Mis.J.WMlch ferent aspects of each topic will be considered each day. Mrs. W, E. Barkley of Lincoln, the State president, wilt be "tore for the opening day, Mrs. Barkley has just returned irom a speaking tour in the stale and reports that women from Madison, Norfolk, Stanton and Fre mont are coming for the sessions of the suffrage school. Week's Schedule for Club. Miss Clara Brewster, athletic di rector of the Young Women's Chris- tian association, will tell about the summer camp, the purchase of which is in contemplation by the association, when the political and social science department of the Omaha Woman's club meets Monday afternoon at Met ropolitan clubhouse. Miss Bess Ran dall, superintendent, will tell of the work of the Visiting Nurse associa tion and Miss Edna Taylor will give April 1st is in no are now offered. " ' A I ' " 6 f a, s ' J v I;i4r 1 piano selections. Legislative reports will also be given. The program is in charge of Mrs. C. E. Hall. Extemporaneous speaking on as signed subjects will occupy the ora tory department's meeting Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. There will be a current topics department meeting at 2:30 o'clock and one ol th'e philos ophy and ethics department at 4 o'clock, when Miss Julia Pitcomb will talk on "Speech and How to Use It Effectively.'' The art and music departments will omit their regular meetings Thursday nn account of the Second distritt meeting that day. Thomusic depart ment s next meeting will be Marcn jy. when Miss Bella Robinson will dis cuss the pianoforte from all angles. The parliamentary law department of the Omaha Woman's club will me"et Monday at 1:30 at the Metropolitan clubhouse to rehearse for the moot convention to be given before the dis trict meeting Thursday. Frances Willard society of . the Woman's Christian Temperance union will hold an institute Wednesday from 10 until 4 o'clock at 'Trinity Methodist'church. Mrs. J. A. Dalzell and Mrs. E. M. Eaton ' will be in charge of the meeting. At the morn ing sessions reports from different denominations will be given by Mrs. W. J. Pickard of the Methodist church, Mrs. Edward Johnson of the Baptist, Mrs. J. W. Gill, Christian; Mrs. W. N. Halsey, Presbyterian; Mrs. S. H. Hulbert, Congregational, and Mrs. W. P. Harford of the United Brethren church. The afternoon speakers will be Rev. John F. Poucher and Mrs. Homer C. Stuntz. The mu sic will be in charge of Mrs. J. R. Travis. The Omaha Woman's Christian Temperance union will hold a regular business meeting Wednesday at 2:30 o clock at the Young Men s Chris tian asociation. All local superinten dents will be present. r Vesta chapter, Order of the East ern Star, under the direction of Mrs. John W. Evans, will present "Ye Old Deestrick Skule" Monday even ing at 8 o'clock at the Masonic Tem ple. Among those who will take part in the production are Albert C. Ku- gcl, police commissioner; Mrs. Carrie C. Motbny. matron of Vesta chapter; Dr. D. A. Medders, Dr. A. W. Fitz simmons and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Haynes. At the close of the pro gram the audience will rise and sing with the scholars "Auld Lang Syne." The executive committee consists of Mrs. C. E. Molony, Mrs. Charles Thiem and Miss Margaret Latey. Tennyson chapter of the Chau tauqua circle will meet Monday at i:M o clock at the public library, when the lessons will be chapters 16 to li in Belgium, the Land ot Art. Mrs. H. N. Craig will be the leader, Mrs. W. H, Shriver will review the 'The Worlds Greatest MotorCarValuft Maxwell Motor Cars are inex pensive to operate and maintain. They require no expert attention. Andvthey 'can be depended upon day in and day wLgr-L jThey are built, from the first to the last operation, with the pur pose of giving the maximum ser vice at the least expense. No other automobile can give you greater motoring satisfac tion, regardless of price. And if you weigh these Maxwell features against the pri-ce asked, you will be convinced that the Maxwell really Is THE WORLD'S GREATEST MO TOR CAR VALUE. Twht Cw KM rfM StdmtlU All prices f. Time Payments if Desired 1 . -. ' last chapter of the "Spirit of French Letters' and Mrs. W. T. Harper will give a paper on "The Life of Maeter linck." Facts about Matcrlinck will be given in answer to roll call. The North Side Mothers' club will meet Tuesday for luncheon at 1:30 o'clock at the home'Bf Mrs. W. H. Pruner. It will be woman's day and answer to the roll call will be given by the names of noted women. Two minute sketches of the lives of Mar tha Washington, Julia Ward Howe, Lydia M. Childs, Mary A. Livermore and Frances E. Willard will also be given Dr. Jennie Lamas will give a twenty-minute talk on temperance, a solo will be given by Miss Dorette Arndt, a reading by Miss Garnet Nel son, and con.ributions to the letter box will be in the form of salads and salad dressing recipes. Omaha chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet Tues day at 2:30 with Mrs. Walter D. Wil liams. 357 North Forty-first street. Dr. Titus Lowe will spealc on "Amer ican Patrotism," and Miss Adelaide Fogg will give, a reading. The Business Women's cauncil will hold its meeting Tuesday at the court house from 11 to 2. Rev. L. V. Slo cumb of the McCabe Methodist church will speak. Women of the First Methodist church will serve the luncheon. The Omaha Metaphysical Library club, which holds classes every ihurS' dav at 2:30 o'clock in room 518, Bee building, will be addressed this week by Henry Victor Morgan of the Park Universalist church ot lacoma, Wash Mrs. D. G. Craighead usually con ducts the classes.' The last meeting of the Drama league, will be Tuesday at 4 o'clock at the Blackstone hotel. Miss Kate McHiigh will lecture on "The Pocket Stage. There will be an election ot officers and committee reports and recommended amendments to the con stitution will be considered. The question of an increase in annual dues will be discussed. ( Mrs. A. C. Pancoast and Mrs. L. R. Smith will be hostesses to Chap ter M of the P. E. O. sisterhood Sat urdav afternoon at the home of the former, when a St. Patrick's day mu sical program will be given by Mrs. R. M. Laverty and Mrs. G. F. French. Mrs, Royal D. Miller wilt be host ess for the Dundee Woman's club Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. N, K. Sype has charge of the prograp. Mrs. Louvena Hathaway will give current events. The program will consist of the analyzation of three short stories as follows: "Turn and Turn About," by Kenneth Harris, an alvzed and compared with "The Mir acle," by Katherine . Fullerton Ger- C.SnW.1 IMS rm Cm mi o. b. Detroit in ( i ould, by Mrs. Fred Elliott. "They Both Needed It," by Fanny Kemble Johnson, will be analyzed by Mrs. J. F. Ferguson and 'The Night Be fore," by Inez Haynes Gilmore, will e given by Mrs. Sype. TU. IV X7 -l..k ,:il k' fit. (.. Alls . T. nun mi. B"-.. of Mrs. J. Kelley McCombs at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday. The Belle Lettres club met Tues day afternoon with Miss Terra Tier ney, when Mrs. Hislop and Mrs. F. T. Pfeiffer were honor guests. The afternoon was spent in reading Long fellow's "Hiawatha." Two new mem bers who were enrolled were Miss Edith Miller and Miss Helen. Ander son. The next meeting wili be held March 20 at the home of Mrs. Ed ward Malstrom. Mrs. E. L. Potter will be hostess for the next meeting of the Omaha Story Tellers' league Thursday at 1:15 o'clock. Beethoven afternoon has been arranged by the leader, Mrs. J. W. Metcalfe, who will tell the story of the op:ra, ."Fidelio." Miss Nellie Pritchard will tell the biography of the composer and Mrs. George D. Rice, a seeded story. Indian chiefs, their folk lore and legends will make up a miscellaneous program the Business Women's club will give Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Young Women's Christian as sociation. Dr. Josephine Armstrong and Miss Eva Norton have charge of this part of the program and Miss Lucetta Miller will give items of cur rent interest The Benson Woman's club will meet in the city hall Friday afternoon, instead of Thursday. Mrs. Sawtelle will be leader. The current events will be on the two Americas. Each member is to bring a towel for the Community gymnasium. The pro CtfbUtka 1962 What yon get ; for what you pay IN the automobile field, as in every other, there are certain prices at which one's money brings the greatest possible re turn. To pay less is unwise you sacrifice qual- t ity in some form or other. But sacrifice you do-whether it be in appearance, power, capacity or comfort, lowness' of price has cost you desirable quality. To pay more is foolish for beyond the true "value price." lies extravagance. What, then, is the value price, who determines it and how? Answer these queries and you have answered the question of ."what car to buy." N OW value is simply a matter of what , you eet for what you pay it is de termined by the ratio of quality to price. The true "value price" is that at which you get the most for your money, in those qual ities that are essential to your permanent automobile satisfaction. v These are POWER, WHEELBASE,-CA PACITY, REAR-AXLE CONSTRUCTION, i TIRE SIZE and FINISH. x THE industry's owa figures demonstrate that other cars which equal in all these six es sentials the Studebaker Four at $985 are so ex pensive that their average price is $3687. Sixes which match the Studebaker Six at $1250 in all these same characteristics are so high priced that their average cost to you is $3769. These figures, compiled by Leading Automobile Journals, determined the "value prices" for , 1917 automobiles determined them by a com parison of qualities and prices. They are irr.e-. ' futable. Indeed, they seem startling, until one realizes the enormous resources, the vast pur chasing and manufacturing equipment, the wide experience of the Studebaker organization. THESE, coupled with the Studebaker de termination never for amoment to sacrifice a detail of quality to meet price competition, have produced the result-which the industry's own figures substantiate, thus proving that you get more quality in a Studebaker for what you pay than in any other car on the market. STUDEBAKER-WILSON, . Inc. ' '2 Farnam Street at 25th Ave. Omaha, Neb. gram on "Pan-Americanism" will be: "Central American States," by Mrs Brooks; "Carribean Islands," Mrs. R. S. Beasley; "Influence of the Panama Canal," Mrs. Searson; "Situation at Present in Mexico," Mrs. J. Y. Hoop- Trade Relations, Mrs. Coryell, an original talk Mrs. M. Blackwell. The ladies' auxiliary of the Letter Carriers' association will meet at a kensington Wednesday at the home of Mrs. D. P. Morton. The hostesses are Mrs. Frank Janowich. Mrs. James Clark, Mrs. A. B. Tebbins, Mrs. John lnuis and Mrs. William Sharrar. The Tuesday Morning Musical club will hold its annual business meeting on Tuesday afternoon April 3, at 3 o'clock. Officers for the coming year will be elected and a revision of the constitution considered. The students' program will be given at 3:30 o'clock. Perry Lock j ! Steering Wheel ! I a positivs I ! , Theft ! I Insurance J No two locks have keys alike. Front wheels are wild I when car is locked. i I Aak us about it now. Phone I Douglas 3217. . J I Auto Device Sales Co. S I 884-6-8 Brandeis Bldg. Omaha, Neb. j I A--.