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I OMAhA. DAI LY 13.EE SCNIAY JUNi 19 iSOS.
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EXPOSITION 1AKES ITS 1ARK
Great Show Tinge ML AU thu Local
Society Events ,
CONVEHTON VISITORS ARE ENTERTAINED
JICCCIItIIIIIN , l1nhIit1I , IfftI tUtu Dlii.
uiris llMtrfct A Itili friiiis
itliiii9t IiiullCNN t.li.t hf Ilriiid
efl Julie WCIIIIIHgN.
The expoMitlon Is grat1rnIIy making It
tmprca' UotI (110 ( socIal sorhI of omaha
ntl iluring thto lafit week has ( Ilvided hoti-
ori with June weIdIg as the ccnLrah attraction -
traction tor society folk.Vhat with re-
c'ptlons by the wommi of the entertAlninclit
conimittec at their rouma In the Mthcs nod
hltihiig buliditig on the expottlon grotIiid ,
tens , tIltinor , hiniiqtn.t , and eventtii enter-
talninents fm vbltlng ( lcIcgatIoIis to differ-
cut conventlomi and other gatherings anil
thu calendar has been pretty wehi fluleti Thu
CXJOStIOt1 1 $ nlo hiringing Iii the Nlster ,
consinK arid aIlntM nntt urIreInte(1 ( frlendH
% vho have becii vnIt1ng the oiporttliilty to
flCh1L ( thU hopItnlIty ot Omaha hottschIoIilN
niid these out-of-town rialtora ofTer good
EXCUSCj4 for ihevotloti to socIety shrine In
a hundred and ono ways ,
Thu bmI. parL of this Is that the iiace
proiiiIse to ho qulekeneil and inaIntnIneI
right thitoughi the exposItIon season. 1111-
lU)113 day will ha full galore wIth recep-
tIunH and lflhlIUCtS. ( Some o the local lead-
ei , furtherinni t , , are lIk'ly to organlzu soy-
cml expo3ItIon noltIes on ( ho order ot th
ciitertnlnmeiit the Chafing Dish club extended -
tended tu Itself at thu Japanese Tea Onrdcn
] Ltht Friday evenIng.
A fresh young bud was heard to reniai3
the other tIny that ahie could not understand -
stand how anyone could thInk ot Prelar-
lug for weddIngs s'lthi the exposItion cx-
tendltig InvItIng arms for every npare am-
ment of leIsure. Nevertheless the 'eildIngs
arc coming thIck anti fast and the end Is
% eild , nnd hiiitgenii'iits.
The nmrrlage of Mrs. Ihertha Newman ,
daughter of Mr. A , Newman , to Mr. Jacob
Chloe vhll ho celebrated at MetropolItan
ball July G. Mr. Jacob ChIne has been
an active member of the Mctropolttan club
for a xiumber of years.
Cards arc out for the weddIng of MIss
EdIth May lCuhne to Mr. Itaiph I' . Fate of
ChIcago. Miss Kubne has been a teacher
at ClIfton 11111 for a number of years. The
marriage wilt be celebrated June ! ) at the
hozan of Mrs. Wooclworth , 222S Lake street.
The marrIage of MIss Mary E. hluse to
Mr. harry CIIne was celebrated. at the home
of the bride's uncle , Mr. J. 13. 1-huge. Wednesday -
day evenIng at S o'clock , Rev J. W. RobInson -
Inson omelntlng. Miss Anna Iticheison was
maid of honor anti Mr. Gordon Rumble best
itian. The ceremony was witnessed by rcla-
tlves anti frIends only. Mr. and Mrs. harry
Cline wIll be at home after July 1 , at. 230. ;
The marrIage of Miss Louise Mertens to
Mr. henry Schrader took lilace Inst Satur-
tiny evening at the home of the bride's
parents , 3122 Burt street. Thin ceremony
was Performed by Itcv. Mr. Schnnkenberg
of South Omaha. The bridesmaids were the
MIsses Welland anti Ilottcker. The tisher ,
avere Messrs. 11. Schultzrut and \Velhnntl.
Refreshments were servcd. About thIrty
guests vere vrcscnt. Mr. and Mrs. Schrader
will be at home to theIr friends at Twentieth
anti I streets , South Omaha.
At the home of Rev. A. C. Brown , pastor
of the Knox Presbyterian church , Miss
Margaret Dawdle of Peoria. Ill. , and Mr.
Alexander ShIelds of thIs city were married
last Thursday , Rev. Mr. Urowit officiatIng.
Thu Parlors were decorated vItht fern
asparagus anti roses. 1hctrehments were
crved In the dining room. The decorations
'were very original , the bride's catte being
cut and tied with a wide whIte satin ribbon ,
entwIned wIth fern asparagus , and hind the
place of honor in the center of the tabe.
In the hail a cut glass punch bowl , sur-
oundeti by roses , was 'presided over by Miss
C. Brown. A reception folowcml ] the cere-
snony. Mr. and Mrs. Shields were assisted
Th receiving by Rev. and Mrs. Brown and
Miss Dawdle of Itamburg , Ia.
Thmo marriage of Miss Loula Austin ,
youngest daughter of Mr. W. II. Austin. to
Mr. Charles II. Eieo of Pawnee City , Nob. ,
was solemnized at the home of the bride.
4002 North Twonty-uixth street.Vdncsday
at 2:30 : o'clock by Itey. John McQuold of the
First Methimlist Episcopal church. The
bride sere a gown of white organdy over
silk , trImmed wIth valencienmics lace , and
carried lilies of tJk3 valley. MIss Mablo
Gillespie was maid of honor and Mr. Walter
S. Austin , brother of the bride. best man.
The house was decorated with palms , fern. ,
amiti roses , After the wedding dinner Mi' .
and Mrs. Edee left for Boiton and other
eastern imoints of iiitcrest. They will be at.
home after July 1 at Pawnee City. The
guestm were lImited to relatives and immnedi-
ate friends only. The presents were numor
emi and costly. Mr. Edee is a banker at
The weddIng of MIss l3essIe W. hiulbert ,
daughter of Mr. Jul111 II. hlulbert , to Mr.
John \V. I'ariahi took imiaco at the famIly
residence Inst Wednesday afternoon , Rev.
'I' . J. Mackay , rector of All t5aints' church ,
performing time ceremony , The bride looked
lovely In a whIte amousehine tie sole over
silk. and carried Marechal Nell roses. The
brIdesmaids were the MIsses Sadie Baum anti
lay Cole , and Mr. Lee Spratlln was the
groom's beat man. Iailmty comeatibles were
served in the dlniimg room , The ceremony
was witnessed by a. few iersonai trlends
and relatives of the contractIng parties. 'Mr.
l'arlsh Is a rising lawyer at time Omaha
bar. Miss hlulbort Is a young woman of
rare iersmumi charms. Mr. and Mrs. Parish
left Wetinestlay afternoon for henver and
other western points of Interest. They wIll
be at home after Juiy 1 , at 511 South
Twenty.flrst. nycimue ,
Mr. and Mrs. John MerrItt ceiobrate4
their sliver wedding anniversary at Metro-
politnn hail last Suimminy evenIng with a re-
CCitIOfl and dance , Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
were assisted In receivIng by their four
salts , Adolph , Jesse , Max amid Joseph. Tint
huh was artistically decorated lnterlorily
for the occasIon , with palimis , tents anti
American ileauties , Elaborate refresh-
atents were served In th ilhrary. A lingo
punch bowl wretmthmed with sniliax atiti roses
, was itresltied over by the Misses Rosen.
steIn anti Rothchiid , The bride's bouquet ,
as caught by MIss Ehmna Itothichild , After
The Roysi is ilia highest grade bLln0 powdar
&ttown. Actui ( .t. iiow it tjoes ens-
third further tuna ony oilier brcd.
'cYAI. POWOIN CO. , itW Orn
thn refreshments the guests all tmtljotmrned
to lb. hail , where dancing was indulged In
until a late bout' . One 1ithtireti gmtcits verc
h.ast i3attirmiay sitU rimoon , at time home of
the britie's parents , Mr. ( 'a1neron , Seven-
teonthi anti Corby tmtreet , Miss Dessle Cain-
01011 antI Mt. Charlcii (1. Trlmablo vre marI -
I IctI , Rev , George Walk , rector at time
Church of the Good Shephcrii4 omelatlng.
Mr. anti Mrs Trlmbie will he at home nfter
July 1 , at Twenty-eighth anti Davenport
Cards have been receIved announcIng the
marriage of Miss Isabelie Magenan of Clii-
eago to Mr. E , SterlIng Freeman , a gentle.
man well tnown In church circles iii
Omrtha. Time ceremony took place In Grace
church , ChIcago , ' on Tuesday evenIng ,
QuIte a flutter was caused in Omaha so-
cml cIrcles last week when the announce-
macut cards of the Shieader.Naudlan weddIng -
dIng vero received. MIss Rstcilo Naudlan ,
yOUiicst ilaughiter of Mr , amid Mm , T. N.
Namidlan , was married Wednestlay , Juno 15 ,
to Mr. WillIam J. Shoatler , Dr. holmerty
ofliclatlog. Mr. and Mrs. William Shentier
wIll be at home after July 1 , at 2129 WIn
street. The weddIng was very ptlct ,
On Vednestiay evening at 8 o'clock Miss
Gertrude Weaver was united In marrlngo to
Mr. Charles Detweiler of Omaha , at the
home of time bride , 2613 l'lerr.e street , Rev
F. M. Slason omolating. The ceremony was
iterfornied under a canopy of smllax and
loses In time presence of a large number
of trientis and relatives , after which a wedding -
ding supper was served.
A very pretty wedding took place late
Tuesday evenIng at St. John's church , when
Miss Kathryn l'owcrs alit ) L. W. Gramnllch
were unIted In marriage. The ceremony
va3 rItformed by Rev. Father lironageest
of St. John's church. Only ImmedIate friends
of the family were present. Time ushers ,
Mr. Waiter Powers , brother of the bride ,
and \Vnitor Nelson , proceeded tlio bridesmaid -
maid , Alile I'owors , sister of time bride , and
the bride to the alter. At the chanci'l time
itarty sm'as joined by the groom and hits best
nina , Mr. Ii. C. Ireol. A wedding .supper
was served mit. the home of the bride , after
which time newly married couple left for a
few days' sojourn In the country among rela-
tivea of the groom , Mr. and Mrs. Gramnilch
will be at home after Julio 25 at 2406 Cans
The marriage of Miss Myrtle Crawford to
Mr. Peter Vyman , jr. , occurred Wednesday ,
Juno 15 , at 7 o'clock. After the ceremony a
large reception was held at the residence
of the groom's parents , 3001 South Sixteenth
street , Mr. alm(1 ( Mrs. W'yman will be at
home at 245'J Eighteenth street.
Cards have been received from Mr. and
Mrs. George Calvin , now of llnverhlll , Mass. ,
announcing the marriage of their daughter ,
Grace Prances , to Dr. Frctierlck Itustin.
Time nmarnlage wIll be celebrated Tuesday ,
Uos mm m'r-Wstrmier ,
The marriage of Mr. Charles Coimarm
Hosowater of Omaha anti Miss JulIa Ahlcet
Warner of Jamestown , N. Y. , at the latter
place Wednesday. Jumme 15 , brIngs another
cotiple to the ranks of the younger married
iCOIltt who ommstItutc an ever growing part
at Omaha society. The mmiarriage ceremony
was lerformeti by Rev. James G. Townsend -
send of Iirockway , 0. , at the beautiful new
home of the bride's uncle , Mr. M. L. Femi.
ton , vimo gave the bride away in the presence -
once of nearly 200 invIted guests.
The bride was attended by her SIster ,
Mrs. Charlotte Warner Adams of Jamestown -
town as matron of honor and Miss Mary
ElIzabeth Ti'eadway and Miss Florence
Conipton Spencer of Cleveland anti Miss
Georgia Bartlett Murphy nut ! Elizabeth Olive
flrced of Jamestown as maids. The groom's
brother , Mr. Victor flosewater , acted as best
man with ushers In the icrsons of Mr.
Charles Somers Young of Omaha , Mr. Harry
Drake Gibbs and Mr. JarnOs l'arker Hall of
fltmffnio and Mr. Harry Wheeler Fenton of
Jamestown. Mr. Lynn Tow Sprageit' and
Miss Elizabeth Fowier Simedmi stretcimei the
ribbons. The groom's mother , Mrs. Etiwarel
Rosewater of Omaha , also attended the wed-
The bride's gown of white satIn and'
duchess lace , with orange blossom aigrette
catching time long bridal veil , was much nil-
umireti , as were also time maids' costumes
of white organdie trimmed , vaienclennes
lace and pink sash.
After the iimforniai reception following the
coreimmoity , an elaborate wedding supper was
served , the bridal party sitting down to aim
ornate roimui table handsomely tiecorateti in
itink and green.
Mr. Charles Colman Rosewater is the
son of Mr. Edward flosewater of The flee.
lie is a grntiuatc of Corneil university , a
member of time Sphlnxheati climb and of the
Sons of Omalma. The brIde was educated
at Wilson college. She has visited Omaha ,
where they will take up their residence
after a short bridal tour , havIimg announced
that they will be at home after August 1
at 123 North ThIrty-first avelmuc.
II riliech-iiuii I ice' .
The marriage of Miss Bessle flonlne to
ioctor Ruscehl J , Murdoch of Petersburg ,
Nob. , ecurrct1 at high noon on Wctimmesday ,
June 15. at the home of the bride's parents ,
'J2I South Thirteenth street. Rev. C. N.
3\Vanson performed time ceremony and Prof.
lIon of this city presided at the piano. TIme
bi'itio was hecomniimgiy attired In white or-
gaudy anti carried britie's roses. She was
attended by her sister , Miss Eleenc hionine ,
as imiabl of lmonom' , Doctor S. A. Preston of
Manitoba acted as best mmumim. Tii tiecora-
tions were of amliax , roses anti palums , amid
the guests were tielightfuhly entcrtaned
\vltii selectIons rt'tidcred icy Prof. line. The
lmresemmts were immmnmerous anti very pretty ,
Macmy relatives fi'oim , out of town as well as
in this city witnessed time mimarniago , about
fifty being Invited. 1)octor anti Mrs. Mur-
dccii left for a short trip anti V'ili be at honme
to their friends after July 15 at Petersburg ,
Miss Minnie' Veronica Moriarty anti Mr.
.Joimn C. Duggaim of ( loodivimi , Nob. , were
manned last Wednesday mnoriming at St.
Agmicti' church , The celebration of high mass
was rentloroti more than ordinarily imnprcss'
lvii by the otileimeting of time bride's broht'r ,
htoy. IV. I . Moriarty , The bride was beau.
tifuily gowned tim a hmt'avy white satin , ccii ,
amiti curried bride's robes. Miss Catherine
luggami wac maiti of honor atmd little Fior-
cilco ltuslt flower girl , Mr. Charles Mon.
arty was best aman. Rev. Father Smith of
Council I3iutfs lircachced th sermon , Wil-
larmm'ti Ave Maria was sung by Mrs. Frank
MorIarty , wIth a viollim obligate by Mr.
Time 'a'cdtllng breakfast was aerveti at time
rectory. Miss Moriarty lisa beezi a prom-
liment teacher in our public aclmooha for a
nummlbct' of years. Mr. anti Mrs. Duggan will
t'o at lmommme after July 15 iii Goodwin , Nub.
II Inch $ t'lsooi ( rxiii iint'N ,
The servIces last Summtlsy mmmorning at All
Saiimts elmureim wlii long be rc'meimmbercd by
those fortunate enough to secure a seat in
the churcii , Tue graduating class of time
Omaha high school , to time imumber of 100 ,
occupied tIme seats In the front amiti ccimten
of the church , marchIng in a body down time
aisle , It was a beautiful sight to see time
vhiItQ robed girls with bright , Intelligent
faces as they jollied in the service , \VhIie
the girls far outnumbered time boys there
was a sprinkling of the soberer costunmes
present , enough to set off the brighter ml.
mnemmt of time girls ,
The church was crowded to time doors , even
the rectory being despoiled of all its elmairs.
Time ( iorai decorations were simple but
effective , the work being done by Mrs , J. h1
Reynolds and Miss Mona Mantle. The choir
rendered Shelley's anhimeimi , "lioiyi iiolyi
holy ! Lord God of Sabaoth , " cIra. 0 , 'tV. '
Johnston stning the ob1iaW solo. The
sermon to the gmatimiating class was on the
subject , "Openncs of Vision lssentlai to
True Scholarship , " dellyeroei by the rector ,
11ev. T , J , Mackay ,
l'liu reitoti ltItlcM' l'nrt ) ' .
The women's nmciliary of the Thmtrston
Rifles gave a library dancing party Friday
evc'iming which was very largely atteOded
tititi was a success financially. Time armory
was tirapeti wib time company's colors anti
flags wore conspicuously dIstributed around
time hail , Time party was In charge of the
entertainment comnmittee MiSses Armstrong -
strong , flrlnkman , Buchanan amid Memulames
\v , U. Cartlweil and C. E. White. Refresh-
maonts were served eimmnIimg the evening , of
which all present frequently iartook.
cie't. tiled tie cc f l'enjci e.
Mrs. 11. (1. hurt Is home from Denver.
Miss Vaili returned Sunday from Beatrice ,
Mrs. Cotton leaves Monday for New Tork.
Mrs. It. S. Angiin is home ftoin Utica ,
Mrs. George Becker will leave for Demiver
hr. 'tV. I. Seymour has rotuine4 train
hielenn , Mont.
Mrs. Frank Irvine of Lincoln spent last
veek in Omaha.
Miss , Ruth htmimes of Lincoln In yisitlImg
friends in Oninlm.
Mr. Freti Joems of Lincoln is the guest of
Mr. Ii. 13. Graham.
Mrs. Mary I. Wood of Boston is time 'guest
of Mrs. F. Ii , Cole.
Dr. Victor of Lincoln , Nob. , attended time
xjosition Inst week.
Mrs. Hewitt of Dea Moines , Ia. , Is a guest
of Mrs. It. iemupster.
Mr. Toni tinily , formerly of this city , has
retul ned fm omit Li imcoimi.
Miss Camille Lang is expected imonie from
the east next Tuesday.
D. F. C. Greemmo of Chicago wUl spenmi
time summer In Omaha.
Misses 4'eda and Anna Giimnore arev1sltlng
friends in Kansas City.
Mrs. Henry Estabmook of Chicago is via-
iting frlemmda in the city.
Mr. Fl llucklnglmamn left the city Tiumnaday
on a short business trip.
Mi's. .1. Tenney or Seattle , \Vash. , is a
guest of Mrs. II. ( I. Bmmrt.
Mrq WY. V. 1evsnr is eatertnininm Mrs.
herman J. hail of Chicago.
uir. Maurice Loibumaim of Deadwood , S. 1) . ,
arrived in Omaha last week ,
Mr. Clay ? tlusselwhtte of Lincoln visited
fm'Ietitia 1mm Ormiaha last week.
Mr. George D. hale of Kaimsas city Is a
guest of Mm. John C. howard.
Mr. Allcmm 13. South and daughter returned
from Manltou , Cola , . yesterday.
Miss Myra Wood svlii be the guest of
Mrs. V , ' . A. Itedick this summer.
Miss Loimise Doze of St. Joseph is visit-
tug tIme .axposition for a few days.
Lteuteimamit P. Manquart of Fort Robin-
leon is taking 1mm time expositiomi.
Mrs. Fred 11. BiukC amid children have me-
turned from their California trip ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kidweli of Columbus ,
Nub. , spent last week in Omaha.
Mrs. Miles Livingston of Randolph , Nob. ,
is a guest of Mrs.Vylle Nichols.
Mr. amid Mrs. W. F. Gardu.mr of Clinton ,
Ia. , returned home last Thursday.
Mr. H. Goiham Anderson of Salt Lake
City is visiting frientis in time cit. ) ' .
Mrs. Deering of Portland , ide. , is a'guest
of her daughtcr , Mrs. Warren Rogers.
Mr. George Luzzadder of St. Joseph , Mu , ,
is visiting Mr. F. G. Uriau and family.
M138 Sadie i'urvis left last neck to visit
the family of J. I. Case at Racine , \Vis.
Mm's. Alice Breed and daughter of Lynn ,
Mass. , are guests of Mrs. Artlmur Smith.
Mr. D. V. Shoics anti family have returmmcd
to Omaha after an absence of three years.
Mrs. Laura T. Scanlaim of Misnouri is visiting -
iting Mrs. J. 3. Everinghamn for a few days.
Mrs. Lillian Retiston of Sami Francisco is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Laetlerich.
Mr. Claude T. ICrug , editor of the Sports
Afield. left tim Madison Monday for Sioux
Mm' . John Peters and son are guests of
Mr. It. C. i'cters , 114 South Thirtle'tii av-
Mrs. Clifford \V. Stmiith and her mother ,
Mrs. Winslow , left for Buffalo , N. V. , last
Mr. and Mrs. Alien Edee of I'awnoe City ,
Nob. , were the guests of Mr. Austin last
Mr. B. M. Aimeirecsen , accompanied by
Miss Andreesemi , will leave tommight for Jo-
lion. J. M. Woolworth left for New York
lust Tuestlay. lie will sail for Eugiaad next
Mrs. J. Todd of Michigan is visiting her
aunt , Mrs. D. B. Chapman , 2580 llarney
Time Misses Ihiggenbotham and Allen of
Chicago will visit Miss J0550 Dickinson this
Mr. George Purvis , who has been sick
at Chickamnauga , is now able to be back
at camp ,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wertimeimer returned
from an extemided western trip lust Friday
tuormmiimg , -
Miss Edith Case of Rock Island. Ill , Is in
the city. visiting imer sister , Mrs. It. A. Mc-
Mr. A. J. lunmi anti nephew , William
Gaibraitim , of ieuver are guests of Mr. Carl
The Misses Bertha anti Anna hailer of
flhmmnimt. in. . are guests of Mr. anti Mrs.
Mrs. Georgia Hobbis and elaughters , time
Misses Lotiise amid Georgia , leave this week
Miss Mame Chamberlain of iuinmtmjtj , Ta , ,
is time guest of Miss Wninwriglmt on Sommth
Miss Floremmee Gm'itllev returneti last week
fiont St. Mary's school , Rnoxville , for time
summer vacation ,
Mr. B. 13. I3arkalow and son Hubert of
Denver , Cob. , are visiting Mr. S. 1) . Barkim-
low numd fanmiiy.
Mrs. Marquis anti Mrs. Thonmpsomi of Des
Moines nrc guests of their brotimer , Dr. floss ,
2121 Lake street ,
Mr. tmni Mrs. A. M. Lyon auth daugimter
ot.Mareimgo , in. , are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ihamry G. Clarke ,
Mr. Summers of Cimlcago amm'ti Mr. Mcler-
mont of St. Louis are guests of Mr , J , J.
iickoy and fmunhly. '
Mn , William Wasska of San Framidisco Is
mm guest of his sister , Mrs. John' Reznechmek ,
29t'J ' Marthmmu street.
Mrs. Celia Parker Wooley' , unstor of time
I'copiti' church of Chicago , is a _ gmtest of
Mrs. Draper Smitim.
Messrs.Valter Wilkins and Mount. ifeim-
narti left for iemmyer Friday icight. Tlmcy
will return Monday.
Miss Myrtle Norris of Chicago , formerly
of this city , will be the guest . of Oumnima
tricmmds for mm mntmiitii.
Mrs. ammti Miss Cole. simo imaro 1)00mm visIting
Ir. umitti Mrs. Aumglln , returned to theIr
boimie at Utica. N. Y.
Mrs. Sarah J. Iowdie , assistant itrilmeipai
of time hamburg 111gb school , is a guest of
Rev , Brown anti family.
Miss Nellie Cannon returiced home lest
Tuesday after a two mmmoutbs' visit with
fnientis Iii lies Moines , ha ,
Mis. Etc. , of l'mmwmmee City attondeti the
niamniago of her son , Mr. Cimmiries Etlee , and
is tlmo guest of Dr. Comfort ,
Mr. Martin , who has been visitIimg imis
coim , Mn , Emmelld Martin , left for lila Imonie
Iii estermi Nebraska last week.
Mrs. henry Newman of New York , vhmo
lies beemm visiting lien imiothmer , Mrs. E. 1.
Duimdy , returned honme last week ,
Mr. antI Mrs C , Koulitse of Denver , who
lmimve beemu visiting Mr. hienmnumm Kountze and
family , left Tiiurstluy for tlmeir liome , _
Mrs. Id , Motiitt anti Miss Julia Fitspmmtriek
of Golden , Cola , , are time guests of Mrs.
Prances Ilarretty during time vxpoition ,
Mrs. N. Zul. McCabe and children of North
Platte ore tIme guests of her sisters , the
Misses O'Connor of 1616 Kyner uveimue ,
Airs. F. W , Peters of St. Louis , Mo. , is
visiting her patents , Mv , anti Mrs. A. C.
Specimt , 1328 $ outim Twenty.aixth street.
Mr. Tlmonmas ltusse'hl Ercammbrack of Ann-
moon , Ta. , who baa been in time city time last
two weeks , returncti lmommm last Tiiurmmtlay.
Mr. L. iloiten of Urazii , lad. , vrcsident of
the National Editorial associtmtioo , and Mr ,
J. M. Page of JqrmeyvlIie , iii. , are in the
city. I I h
Mrs Vt' A i'nxton iimum retumneti frumim St.
Lomilmi , nccomnpatiliaL by her niece , Miss
Simaw , who wIll apnd the sunmmncr with leer.
Mr. anti 'Mms. & . I , ' 11111 of Montpelicr ,
Vt , , sic guests Al MeVittlo anti sis-
tc'rme. Mr. 11111 is tIff httorney at Montpelier.
Mr. and Mrs. Il'Ar McTurgain , Mrs. It. P.
McTurgain anti eom , Artie are guests of
Mr. John hlaywnrtlGnnci family of Clifton
11111. _ _ _
,1iss Jesse DickInotm left Friday for Chicago -
cage to be the * IIM of Miss F. Alien. On
lien return sue 'aliinbnlng home a party of
fnientis. , ts i
Mr. E. V. McGiJqmj , who has been absent
for about three weeks , making a tour of the
eastern cities , Is-spectetl imonme next Tuesday -
Mrs. C. 0. iufitftitie ! of Muscatine , Ta. ,
hotea of the l + t state building , arrived
Friday anti will le'Toutmtl at the state building -
ing nftr Monday.
Mid. nod Mrs. Charles Ii. Smith of Ien-
'er ale expectetl to nrnie hero time last of
next week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clmamies F. Weller.
Miss Sadie Anmenicaim at Chicago Is a
guest of Mrs. Charles flosewater. Miss
American will delivem' the sermon at Toni-
1110 Israel timle nmornhmmg ,
Mrs. Mar ) ' 0. Ammdrews Is entertaining
Mrs. Fioretmco K. Crooler ; , Imitator of the
Every Day church of Boston , anti Mrs. Van
Vechten of Cedar Rapids.
Mr. amid Mrs. ii. A. Cimenery are guests of
Mr. ommd Mrs. A. Iii. l'into. Mr. Chienem'y is
suponintcmmtleimt of the Vestenmm Union Toic-
graph comtmpammy in St. Louis.
Mr. G. B. Comstok , accompanied by lila
daughter , Miss Lec Comnatock , has gone to
Denver , Colorado Springs and other polnt8 ,
to ho absent to or three weeks ,
MestiatmmeV. . A. McClure , Phelps , Decker ,
litmttem''ilson , Simirely , Gates , Iiimstomm ,
Violet , Keumipton of Lincoln attendcl tIme
Hallway Mail Cicrims' association last. veeic ,
110mm. 1) . E. Morgan df Devil's Lak m , Juelgem
of the Second luciiciai circuit of North Da-
lota , is visiting lmis clnmesmnate amid friend
of early days , Mr. I ! . U. Neely at Walnut
Mrs. J. W. Fisimer amid children of Quincy ,
Iii , , ill arrive next veok and spenti a
mouth am' six weeks visiting her father and
mnotimem' , Mr. anti Mrs. Charles F. Weller ,
2102 Vm'irt street.
Time Misses Ruth Claveland immiti Georgia
l'uimper of Denver will arrive In time city to-
dmm ) ' from aim extentiemi emmstern trip.Vhile
in Ommmnhma time ) ' will break bread in the 'tV. '
S. Alien household.
Messrs. amid Mesdamnes Mccarthy , lien-
riott , George Dobsomm , Wilhiaimm Pomitius.
1)nwsoim , McCoid , Chmmmmc , Packrmrti , Cook and
Moore , nil from Iowa , will arrive imm time
city Tuestlay to attend the dedication of the
Town state building. -
Messrs. anti Mesdamucs Nasim and Barton
returned from Clinton , Ta. , Tmmesday , where
lucy ciit to attelimi tiitm chnistemilmmg of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Bartoim's son anti heir.
\Vhmile thmerei they enjayeti a joiiy steamboat
trip down time MisSisbipPi.
Th followiimg have been tue guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.Vchler , 2102 Wirt
street , during time uceic : lion. Brad U.
Siatmghter muiid vife of Limcohmi , Mis. Grace
Gaimible , Cripple Creek , Cob. , imimui Mrs.
\ V.eb'hcoier , WmsimIngtun ; , 1) . C.
Hiitt'i'tiLI iiifl&'iCIM of tiit 'tVeek.
Mrs. A. A. Arter cutertaimied a few friends
Mrs. 13. W. Nash ? entertained at dinner
Thursday imightc it. 1was a very recimercho
mutfair. , i . r
Mrs. A. M. i'immto nterained Wednesday
at dinmier iii 1mompr of Mr. anti Mrs. Cheney
of St. Louis. , ,
Mrs. Charles , Jtosevater will entortaimi a
simiahl dinner pty today In honor of Miss
S. American. ' : .
Mrs. Cahtlweii 'iitrtaimieti the friends of
St. John's clmui'cli'nt a strawberry lumicheon
Thursday afterni6 mi.
Mr. anti Mrs. 'It. d. Peters eimtertaineti a
party of friendatWetinetulmY ; night in honor
of Mr. John Peters 'of To'.edo.
Mr. and Mrs. 'd. Cl Hughes of 1624 South
Thirty-SecOmimi avenue entertained Mr. and
Mrs. "tV. F. Gardner of Ciinton , In. , on
\Vcdmlestla ) , .I ,
0mm 'flmurstiay 1lr. .ICort3' . ontcm'taimied the
members of the , Association of Railway
Telegraph Superintendents at his home at
a lawn party.
Mrs. It. Demapstcr gave a luncheon Thums-
day afternoon iii limier of Mrs. Hewitt of
Dcs Iiloimmes , Ta. It was one of tIme most tie-
iiglmtful functiomis of the week. Twelve were
Mr. H. G. Burt gave a ilimmimer Wednesday
imight , at tIme Onmialma club , in honor of Mr.
Oliver Iharninmnn. one of the directors of
tIme Union i'acific railroad. Covers for fourteen -
teen were laid.
Mr. George Lininger entertained time wives
of the Railway Postal Clerks' conventioim mit
his Imonie Weuimmestlay afternoon. Punch' was
served iii time tiimiimmg room. About fifty
guests were ireselmt.
0mm Wedne'stiay aftenmmoon Mr. George W.
Linimiger gave an immfomnmal receptiomi to the
members of the Association of Raiiway
Telegraph Superintendents. Puncim was
served in time dimming room.
The King's Dauglmters of Kountzo Place ,
cimapcroned by Mrs. Davenport , spent
Thursday afternoon at rime Oiti Lathes'
home. They imad aim interesting program ,
after wimich they served refreshments to all
At Mrs. Arthur C. Smith's "At Home"
Tlmum'stiay , timere was an unusually large
number of callers , owing to the presence of
imer guests. Mrs. F. Bmmtl and Miss Bud of
Boston. It was time most delightful gather-
lug of time week ,
Miss Hunter gave an informal musIcal
amid tiance Thmmrsmlay night In honor of lien
brother , Robert Jiemnier. who imas Just no-
turned from a southern trip. A jolly good
time was had , by all imresent. The guests
mmumbered nhommt twenty-five ,
Mr. and Mm's , F' . I' . iCirkemmdali emitertaimied
mluiIglmtfulhy last \Vedneaday at time exposi-
tinim Rev. T. J , Mmmckay anti wife. Mr.
Mackay meaiml if the "New Jcrmmsalom can be
aimy timer titan time Grand Court illuminated.
'k. ' . . .inili , 1tqt , 111cc to see it. ' '
To celebrate lien fiftim anniversary , Grace
Murreil Cox , assistemi [ my lien sister li'ioreimco ,
eimtertaincml twcmmty little gins at her lmonme
at 191' ) Soutim Sixteenthi street on Thmura.
day aftorxmooii. Games imnel ref roshments
nmnuseti thee little ones during their four
Mrs. Spimia Markee at Boston , assisted
by Miss Officer , teimdencd a mmiusicmml to time
Ladies of the ihureau of Entertainment of
time exposition \\'ctinestiay nftermioomm at their
mmjmcious. rooms 1mm time Mines and Mining
building. 'i'ime program was highly emijoycel
by nih itreselit. i'mmncii vas served during the
a ft uirnoon.
Miss \VyckoIf , principal of time I3ammcroft
sclmooi , ommtcrtniiietl Miss Wimite , toacimer ,
amid the aiglmtim , gratiuating class at time ox-
i'cmsltloii Wetimicrflly lnsteati of time regular
class day execiars , . Friday the scholars imati
a surprIse for tjcqir , teaehmers , by presenting
Mn.s Wyckoff yjtim ta large basket of cut
flowers nmiti Mistm\\'hhitO a hmamulsomo imlcture ,
Mr. ameel Mrs.mjJ. W. West gave a flag
dancing itmmrt' for timeir solis , George ammel
Rimmier , last Fniebmy himight. imeimclimg was In
time Carter brxm , ' a few yards away , where
sixty yoummg veuz1e Rmmiitio mourn ) ' until amid-
imight. The imminr.ior of time barmi was decorated -
rated witim flags mmd Clminemme lanterims , 'simile
cammvas was sproieeJ tover time elammcImmg hoar.
ltefreaimmmmeimts were served ,
Mr. mmmiii Mrs. Ji'IIckey gave a reception
to time ltniiwmy "i'eiegniilihm SuporImmtemmdeimts'
association last \'t'Q4lImelmdty ; evening. They
were assisteti Inc reiceiving by Messrs. amid
Meamlanmes ii. Love , W'Ilbmmr , C. Squires ,
lcorty nmmti Tlaxnr , A tiecidedly novel tea-
tmmre of time re tmhltinhm was time iong-eilstammco
telephone os'ent'Whicil : caine a delightrui
sereimade mmii tint wy from Milwaukee.
Fifteen of Mr. Johmn A. Swaumsoim's mnaie
fnlt'mmds itleasamithy aurpniseti Imixmm at his
in'city imome. Twenty-first amid Spruce
streets , inst Monday evening , time oceasiomi
hieing his birtimday. Mrs. Swanson hind pre-
imareel an elegant supper to wimicim fuhi Jus-
ticu was clone , Iunlng time course of a
very enjoyalmie evening u flume bookcase was
liresemited in Mr. Swammson , wIth time cam-
iihimemmts iumti best wlBhmes of his frieemtls ,
Last Tuesday night Mr. George W. Liii-
lager tendereti a recepihomm to time Veteran
Free Masons' ussoIaiion , Mr. hInimger ,
was pasisted in receiving by Messrs. John
J. Moneil , T. IC , Coutant and "cv. N. Nason.
The Interior of time lmoutm was decorated
with iainis , ferns. snmliax and cut hlowera.
Time Emmterprlse Mandoiimi club , composed of
twelve young women , witim Mrs. hailer as
. . .
- - -
chaperone , fmimnlmiheei time nmusic. Refresh.
meats were served in the tent. which hail
been erected on the lawn. Over 200 In-
cant1t'cent ilghts were hutmg along time line
of trees In front of time nouse. Abotit 200
guesti were presente
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. W. Ia. floss
gave a Liberty kensington Iii honor of her
sisters , Mesdamnea Mnrquise amid Tiiomnpsoim
of Ies Moines , It was a very patriotic
party , the houo being tiecormited with flags
from all time different counties. itefresh-
ments were served iim time dinimig rooume ,
which was beautifully decorateti vithi
imalms , ferns amid roses , A flag game was
Played and Mrs. Edward Snmith secured time
Mesdanies F , II. Cole , Morrow , Crane , W.
C. Vanthervoort anti , ii. Shearer , conmimmlttee
on eritertoimimnent for the Railway Postal
Clerks' convention , entertained time womimen
and officers wIth mm tallyho rule \Vednestlmuy
nmormming. Thmey siartetl from time leione
hotel at 10 o'ciock mind drove to Florence.
returning In time for the banquet at the
Commercial Club rooms. wimlch was ammo of
the most enjoyable affairs of the , conven-
tlon. , The tables were lavishly decorated
wiU.m Penis , , snmllnx amiti roses. 'rho nrrammge-
taunt of the tables was unique , being lit
the form of the letter " "
"tJ. In the curve
of time letter was a mmmountl of Imimmk roses.
flamiketi on either sitle , 'slUm Meteor anti
Marechal NIei roses. Smilnx was festoommeti
froni time center to time acids of time tntmios ,
where it foremieti time letters "I' C. " Aim
AmerIcan beauty rose accompanied each
mmmcmiii camel mind was retaimmeti by each
guest as a souvenir , Time toasts were scum-
tiilating with wit Anti gaIety. lmim'immg tim
banquet Miss W , Lowe imlayeti suiterbhy on'
the harp. Fifty guests were irescnt.
i'le'i'sureM iii Prpsimeet.
' Miss M. Motmnt wIll ent'ertain Miss Mont-
'gomery of Tennessee.
11ev , and Mrs. 'r. J. Mackay will receive
the women of All Saints' church Tuestlay
afternoon iii. the rectory.
Rabbi Leo i'd. Frammkhin will leave for
hastIngs , Nob. , Vtiimcstiay.vliere he will
officiate at. time Atta-Loeb wctiduimg.
Miss Julia Olilcer , manager of artists of
time Exposition , whli entertimin mueimibers of
time Apollo chub of Cimicago timia week.
Ths members of the Royal Arcanumn lodge
will give a picmmlc at time expositiomm grounds
Royal Arcanumn da' , Saturday , JUme 2 ,
The local conmmmmittee of arrangemmmemmts of
thin American hmmstituto of linmmmnnmmthmv wili
give a reception and dammce at the Millard
Montlmm ) ' , June 27.
Mrs. Chmni'les flosewater vihi entertain tonight -
night at lien imonie the Council of Jewish
't\onIeim in hemmer of Miss S. American.
Tuesday eveimimmg Cohommel amid Mrs. hiammi-
bheton will entertaIn Illinois day visitors
anti friends at a reception In the Illitmois
eLate bmmiltiimmg , at which Mrs. D. II.
Wheeler , Jr. , Mrs. F. P. Kirkendail anti Mrs.
C. Chase will assist.
Mr. nuti Mrs. SammmmmelVertiuImor will
give timeir first ust-nuptiai reception timid
afterimoomi fromim 3 to 6 o'clock. They wlil
be assisted in receiving by Messrs. and ides-
mammics lIzmmmriec' hiegeim immmd Sal Dugan , Time
imouso will be beautifully decorated with
imalmums amid cut iiowers.
Mr. mmnd Mrs. George W. Liniuger and time
locimi comimnmIttm'e of amrangemeumts of time
American Institute of lloimmeopathmy will give
a m'eceptiomm at time honme of Mr. Linimiger
Friday eyemmimmg , June 24. TIme following
yommng womeim will assists Misses Ruth ,
lireckennitige , Mcidmister , Jaymmes , Jacksomm ,
Josiyim , Nichols , Eikleberger , Wood , Lytle ,
Drummer , Dummmommt , Eeiith DummmommtVIikimms ,
Frammk , Alexander , Taylor , Chmaffee , Watson ,
llertzlor ammd Ilnzard. 'I'imem flower girls will
be Eloise Wootl , Doras Wood and Lelia
Scnibmmer , with Clara Ruth as queen.
Mrs. Hummt and daughters visited with
friends in Omnimima Fnitimmy.
Homer iclook of Tecuniseh , Neb , , Is hero
visitimig friends for a week or so.
Mrs. Ed Christian of Llmmcoimm is here via-
iting her mother , Mrs. Louis Green.
Miss Prudence 'Tracy , time postmistress ,
matTe a bimsiness trip to Oimmaima Friday.
Mm' . anti Mrs. U. C. Haste spent Satimr-
day and Sunday 'uvitim friends iii Omaha.
Miss Nettle Myers of Onmalci wm' ' "
Saturday visiting her mother , Mrs. George
Lou Grebe and faimiiiy of Onmalma apcimt
Sunday visiting Mrs. Grebo's mother. Mrs.
Thmer were teim neopie balmtized at i'rlos'
mice Sunday by 11ev. it. W. Scott of Clifton
iiiii , Omaha.
Quito a mmmimnber of Florence people at-
temitied the exposition at Onmalma Nebraska
day , Jummo 14.
Mrs. Emil lixon of Biair , Nob. , was via.
iting her sister , Mm's. Cieimm Ilaistead , one
day this week.
Miss Mattie and Iilaimcim Tmmcker wont to
Onmaima Saturday to be examniued for teach-
Miss Francis Scott of Centrai Park ,
Omaha , Is spemmdummg a week here visitImmg
with Jeimnie Dial ,
Mrs. F' . I ) . Lemmcim was cahlemi to Tekamimnim
Saturday by time serious hhiimess of her fntimor ,
J. Brown of Tekamah , N.b. , is imem'e visit-
lmmg with his brother a few ( lays amid uttenti-
imig time exposition.
Mrs. Frank Dixon of Blair , Nob. , was via-
ltimmg vithi time fanmiiy of Dr. Tracy a couple
of tinys this week.
\ ViliV.Oiem' of IVayime , Neb , , is iii towim
visiting relatives and attemmtiod the cxposl-
tion Nebraska clay ,
iieimry Everhmart , wimo imas been working
near herman for three or four immontha , no-
turimeei home Monday.
0mm account of an accitient or two the city
marshal has stopimeti imlcychists from riding
on time sidewalks iii the town.
The Ciurimetiami Emmeleavor socIety will give
en Ice cream social at thee Presbyterian
church 'Tuesday night , Jimmie 21.
Mi's. Laughlin , wimo has been visiting
friends mind relatives in Omaha for several
'seeks retirimed home Wetimmesday , accom-
. . Lel/ers/rom women
cured ) ' feinal'c
L , , I. . droubh's by/'e.ru.ia
I . tauey L. W'Iimmn ,
; Nashville , ¶ J'enmm , ,
' . ,
' -.7 . ' \ cc i now coima'mder
/ # - ' \ mmmysc'if vchI timid do
- ' give you great
tiuimnits lamit '
' ; ; yotmi'
'I womidem'fui moth-
' : dmio , Pc-rim-na , Titus
_ - . : ' : , done mmmc mill time
- , , good. I Timid tried
. - i' ' ' mm. great emmany
, tioctonmi ummmd did
# imot fimmtl any ye-
r : hut from mummy of
timemim , limit nosy
I cuim may that I
am well. I feel
tihe a meow person mdl over , Nay God
idesi yoim amid b' with you always. "
Mm's. A. C , IIlldtmb'nmmd , Aiilton , N , 0 , ,
'C J very To's' mind 1)rommommmmec(1 Imi
curable by tvo of time best electors 1mm
tiig ] county s'mcmm I commneimcc'tl tIme use
of your iuc'diclmmu , I imavum used mimic
bottles of l'e-ru-mma and I thminic timmit I
am perfectly well.
'C f course , Pc-ru-un. is what did time
work , amid I comisicher It time grainiest
medicine In the world. Mimic was mm
imoted case In this county anti every-
ludy thought I would die. I imever
lose ILI1 opportunity to praise your
mmmetlleiime. You may use this letter ae
a testimonial and make it stoug as
you can. "
Itanled by her daughter , who lli visIt here
tar several clays ,
CharLes thrown mnoveil his tammmliy to South ,
Omimaima Mnmmtiny. lie is ezmmployetl timt'ro by
once of thmti packIng COtmmiiAliiemi.
Ii. V. hirowim of ltommcn , Nd' , , was here this
'seek visiting lila brother , J. I' . hireewn , who
lives t'so miles north of town ,
Miss l'elitim leicmpsey of Ohio imna beeui
imere the last week vlmeitimmg Miss Agicea
't Ighmt unti attemmehing tIme exposItion.
Mrs. C. C. lliitmmIitoii arrived frommm 11mm
Tueselny nheti 's lii immmmkc lien future homemo
home , Mr. Ilnuimilton belmmg iiiployetI hmt'i'e.
Miss Ettumico Tunc ) aeuel Miss Ettithi Smith-
eninmm'i of ilimmim' were at time exicositlutmi 'o-
bmaka day. Miss Sumthmcrlammd Is litre visit-
log 'situ Miss Tracy.
Thu Latilus' Otmilti of St. Mmirk's chmiii'cii
Immet met time iiemim' of Mrs. 0. J. ilummit Thtii's-
day attemnooim nntl transactetl time regumlar
busImiess of time maccling.
There Is a belfry beimig built to time Prcs-
byterian cimmireh anti as naomi a's hluiiimed ii.
imli will ho hmummg. arraimgemmmemmts nireatiy
immuving heemm immmseie for tIme bell.
The immmmyom' hti time streets cleared ems
nmmmcim mu ; Possible' Saturday nfterumoomm for ttme ,
mace of time \'otmmmg Mcii's Cimriatlmmmm nasonia-
tioti to Flotemico mmcmii returme ( a Omimahma.
2 r ci , c o ii.
Time ternm ciocti for time sumnmt'r iii time
Iieumsomm scimnois inst Fritiny , to ope'ii mmext
Septemmmbcr with a mmcmv corima of teachers.
Mrs. A. Adaimms of tttuimmwa , Itt. , is tim
hiemmsomm its mm gmmeat at time liummie of lien
ccitmshum , Mrs.V. . .1. Joseph , while visitimmg time
'rime Ladles' Aiti society mmiet mit time lmommmo
of Mrs. S. it. Iloffummitum lmmst week. It wiil
macct with Mrs. Satmimiel Fiemlaysoim mu.'xt
\Vetlmmcmetimmy at 2 ii. imm.
Thmcre swill be immorimimig services at time
Metimotlist church today at ii 'tm'clocit. Simim-
tlay scimmiol itt 12. amnl time evoiming s'rvlce
mviii be talmemm up by time cimhidrt'n's clay cx-
ercises tim begimi mit S o'clock ,
Lan lotison emmtertniimemi a mmtmmmiber of lion
little frinittis at her hommie Immat Tumeatlay
nfterumoou iii hemmer of lien aeveimtim birtimmimiv
ammuiiversmmr ) ' . Sime syas time reeipie'mmt of
mmmamiy Pretty vreaemmts. Aim emmjoyable time
swas had till . 7 o'clock wimemi refrcshmmmemmtmm
Odd Fellows' lodge No , 221 mmmai'cimed to
Mount ilnium cemmmetery' last Smmimday at 2
p. mm. , where they imeitl tmmemmmorlrml sem'vices mit
thmo graves of their dead brethremm , The
cerenmoumy wait ice charge of time noble gmammel.
Rem'emchmmmmemmtce uvere served 10 the visitimmg
mmmeimmbers at time lodge menus at C p. am. amid
1mm time evemiimig time lodge in a bittly mit -
teimtii'ml time iciethochist chmmmm'cim , whore it Its
temmeti to a hue tmmlk givemm by Mr. Chammimels
A thiig'ii iiiceimt i'imIii ( I mig' .
"Phyllis. time Artists' Model , " mmow aim
sepelal exhmibitloim 1mm moommi 11 , Board of
Trade builduimg , is attracting large mlummmber.8
of visitors tinily aimd m'eceivimmg time atlimmira-
tion amid apimrecimitlon of all whmo immive seemm It.
Time lmflhimtimig is 'somitierfuhiy realistic. It
is ito beautiful that otmo came ace 1mm It only
a mmmarvelous irork of art. Don't fail to see
it. Opemi today from 2 to ' .1 im. imi.
Opemms Sept. 19th , 1S9S.
.Ilommi'ding miumii I.my Scmliooi for G it-is
Tiimtier time directiumm of fit. ilem' . George
\Vortimimmgtoum , S. ' 1' . D. , Lb. D. Pm'immmam's' ,
itrePai'atorY mumti collegiate ( 'nurses. Comim-
icteimt corims of temtcimem' , 1'hiudem'mm ' mactIm-
otis immmd every advmmmitnge oh'i'orotl. Strict
imttemitioim imIti to time mmmornl , mnemmimmi : mmmtl
hhm'MIt'ah im'eii being of time students. 1)11mb-
nina conferred. Prepares for all culi'ges
open to women. tilmecial coursoit iii Iligim.
em Emmghisim , Sciences , Ancieimt mmmmd iuhitrmm
Lnngtmages , MusIc and Art. Terms mod-
crate. ibmmiidlng repaired auth in e'.t't'Ibcmmt
order. Sammitary plunmbing. Satisfactory
l'aremmts mind guart1immmm desIrhim to outer
itmmidis will imiemmse send fur calmtlogime , or
ailmiy persommmmhl' to
Mi-s. L. E. Upton , Prhi.
Jim'o'mieIl HmmlI , Oummalma , Neb
Omaha Summer School of Method.
Opens iii tIme 111gb ticimool lmuiiduimg omm imitmim-
timmy Morumini , mmmc 20 , 1898 , at mm. mu.
iIonmmiumg sesmilommH will iegim , on 'l'uestiay ,
Jtmme 21 , at 9 it. rn l'mlONlAY MOItN1NU
i % iii lie dei'oteti to orgaimizmtion. :
Pmmrticulmmr attentihum lit cmmllcti to time pro-
fessiommml ; stamuhing of time I mmstrmmctors.
Prof. Cimmmrleme 11. Scott , of Oswego , ( New
York ) Nrmal School , Nature Study timid
. .iaciiuesV. . iletiwmty , F. Il. G. S. , of New
York , GeogrmmtImy.
imhimis Sarimim. C. Gniawoiti , of Chicago Nor-
mmml School , Pnimimary Metimodim , emimjelmmmsizing
Mm's , Lime ) ' Fitcim l'crkimms , fer mmmii ) ' years
immstrtmcttr In drawing mit l'rmutt lmmstitimte ,
hlrookiyim , N. Y. , Illustrative Drawimig.
Supt , J. C. Ihiscy , of Cmtmmmcli Iluffs , howmm ,
Arithmnetic-Sjmeer Metimoti ,
Miss Caroiimie It ! . C. unit , of lialtlnmore ,
J'tItl. ' , Kiimtiergmrtemm iuictiiotis.
Mr. W. 0. Itliltiehi , imrin. of Dome Mttimie.
Iowa , High Scimoni , IiIstimr-Sommrce' Metimoti.
Mr. J. 11. 1etchmam , East St. Louis , Music
-Normnal Music Course.
For tickets anti iimfnrmatiomi in regard to
bt'nrtlimig PlaCe8 , program , etc. , call mmpoim
Miss Myra Lahtue. Cimalrmmmim Executive
1mmim mmmi I tee , I I Igim School lime lId immg. Omaha ,
MATTERS IN FEDERAL COURT
'Inini mit it isi 1mg I'lIm' i'ntehhit'r itoh.
be-ms l's .t iioii * ii.tclc'ch-Ot her
filMi.N ( 'eciiiir I' , , .
It Ii' eXfmCetetl thatihi' CmiV of time Rising
City liostoflice rohibers will be voimmplatetl Iii
fciiertml court and mm Momitlay time case of
Snmlthm mmgalmmst time t'mmlome i'tttilie reccivet's
will i'ce begimit. George Smith , time imlailitirt.
while erossiimg tue li'mmlon i'aciflc tracks mit a
grade erosslmig w lthin time city humus of
tmmmmmha ) omm Jill ) ' 23 , l0l , svmis mmmii Into by a
train amid received Imejtmm is for which ha
151(5 $10,000 tiamimnges
i.otmis Priest of 't\'ltmneamgo ; was orrestcmt
imy ieputy Umiittl States Marshat Allan fat
takImmg liquor to the W'Immmmebngo agency mmmiii
ehllimg it to immdinns , tie wns gi'emm ii hear-
lug before Comummissiommet' Sitimimi anti Lmotmmmtt
over. 1mm 'icfault of hail be' iwas bumught te
Omaha ma mmci Id meecti in j a II.
lepiity Uniteti States Marshal Miami went
to l'emmder anti mmm'restemt a m'muimmber of per-
soims who immiti gone to time Ommmnima gelicy ntiil
ivere hiving Iimm'ro iii 's'agomma aeiimig liquor to
the immtilaims umiti camtslumg consltierabiem ills-
tmmrbmimce. 'rice imanty m'as womponcti at Lot-
tie Stzmmmiey , R. IT. Itedumone' , Grace Norton
amid iiiohhlo W'Ilhiammms , amid nil of ihiemmi worn
arralgimeti before , Comtmnmissi'oncr Sioamm mmmc
ivere reiensetl mm'itim time ummtierstammtllmig tii.t
they heave time ngemmey ttmmmmmCtiiatei ) ' ,
Tlmmtt's wham Slmlti call It , because ten
cnt'm'y smiehm mm lium'go metoek _ All Limo tmc
tliimmgs , 1)01.1) ts'hii Ic almit etmium's , 1mm cliolco
tlmuiimt.v stvlucVo Immuvo tlmemmi mtm clmeimp
mis it , Is adt'ismiblu to hm.iy mm slmlt't. vaist ,
the gooti ones , $ 1 , $ I .25 , $ I .51) ) mmmml
hotter , turn Clit3mIlest him time untl-iatmimdi'y
boi tom' amid huh thmuim' oi'igLnm1 slmnihi ,
\Vo i'ocolvn imeiv vmmbtts avery svcel ,
I4iiicmm skim'ts at fl8J , $1.25 , $1.75 ,
$2.5 ( ) mmmmd bettor. Cmtsim ; miicirt , corded " " " ' -
totimo sviIt , $3.D5.
Time tIems'oy' ' itominco skli't , 1mm Ilumeim ,
ci. mm-li antI p'mqmie , at lii's' prices.
New silk ivaists , slur pottlu 'ats , ties ,
btit , ttc. LadIcs' ' tniloi'ed stilts tI1
silk hued , $ I 5.00
S OCO1ELD c
203 SOuth 15th
MRS. R. fl. DAVIS
O1 A Ii A'S PO1'ULAR fit I LLI NER ,
, 300 fine 1)at-
, terli hats -
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- , . ' lai'gest 1iiit : of
. , l1Hh1' iii
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; c. ' tliti C i t y-
. : ' SWItCIICS to
' - iI iilatCli a ii y
Sllfl(1O of hair
. . . - - at i'casoiiablo
Ad MRS. J. BNSON tIe t
Io & 12 S. 16111 ST.
' \\r3'\I got c'eryt1uiiig you could
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: t141c for iii these goo(1S.
milik Strlmmg Ties in every color antI simamie l2c mmmiii 25e ,
BeautIful Puff Ties iii 'simile. imiqu a antI colors. 25c.
Silk l'uff Ties-all colors mmmi shmatleu-0c , lie mmmcmi $1.00.
Silk Frimmge Ties-all colors-nil imrices.
Silk and ttathmm stock Puff Ties-all coiors-l.00 nmmd $1,1O ,
Beautiful Bow Ties , 25c.
handsome Simeer Mull Ties , 25e UI ) .
White Ascot Ties , 25c mmmii SOc.
SASIIES-Elegmtnt Taffeta Silk Sash CS , 7 Inches witie-umovelty pnttermms
-Irice $3,75 ,
Black anti Wimito Sashes wltim Fnimmgei incii while , $2.75.
Noveity imiaid Sashes , with Fringe , 6 ½ Inches witie-worthi fully $3.00
-for $1,115 ,
We have about 100 styhe t belts to choose fromn-ieiitimer , metal , silk ,
veivet-jaweleti munch imiain-emmtirehy new cimolco iattermis iii ItenaIte-
sammce amid Mexicaim Dmawmm Work-ioyhleme , Centers Luimcim Cloths amid
'eVe carry aim eiegammt hue of Traimmi- Mississippi Sommvemilrmm-atenilmmg all-
yen amid otlmer gootls-ite frommm 25c up ,
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and Your Laces j
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Fiic : Fabrics and Finc S/this.
A PIJRI3VULT1 , rLoA'rINa SOAP.
Made by rtme CUDAIIY SOAP WORKS. , Omaha , U. S. A.
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