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ra OMAHA DAILY WKB : SrNDAT. OCTOBER 8J. 1891. MASTERS OF THE BRUSH Society Enjojs an EvDiiing with Burnt Ooik Artists at BoyiVs. "TRILBY ' SITS FOR THE "ALL TOGETHER" ! 1 Kreiit * Whlili llwve Clnir.ictnrltoil lli < - Ui-iik In the "swell U in -"Uvlns rlilnrts" ; Atriil lij tile I'fiiplu iif All iliit . The loan exhibition of line arts now open lo llio public In the in v. library building appears to Krovv In gent-nil Interest as It i. anil It h but proper thai It IB so lor It Is assured ! ) the best anil most com pletc coin tlon that has at any time been seen hcie , numboiliif , na It doei many valu able worlts liy the olil maulers and moOern rllsts or International reputation , as well as coinme'iidable work by locil talent de veloped In characteristic style Through the enterprise and liberality of Oiruln .ill collectors a line collection of treasures II.IR boon brought together that reflects great credit on the city and Is dc- of generous pitronage from our . . . . . , . It Is not often that tliu west can secure to large a number of valuable picture * for exhibition puipnses and It now remains with those Interested In art to bestow their nppiiciativf support on a must worthy enter prlsi- 'Ihe excellent quality of the examples shown | by local nlintents whoso names arc yet to be nude In urt , the enthusiastic sympathy anil | co-operation of pupils uiuler the personnl direction of Mr Laurie Wallace , the gradual | and substantial character of linpravi incut made by them arc shown In llio presentvl | exhibition of students' vvorli , and proves the umninlllled success of the Western Art as.su elation Ono sees here little attempt at dramatic effect , few faulty mannerisms of the brush , an Intelligent Interpretation of the principle a of drawing and rotor anil if Inspiration Is not actually to be met with I ono ni.i > content himself with some genuine | glimpses of ImaKlnntlon There Is little of that extreme moillocrltv of execution o1 eeiiRitlonul experiments which disenchant If | not rcpell one nt the llrxt glance , from the hlildent who 1ms yet to learn that nil | shndovvs are not purple nor all skies torquol o blue. H Is refreshing to look upon simple lardscapt's a bit ot sunny nature as on Rees It on a summer morning In n ramble I In the country a grabs-grown lane , a farm house anil some COVVH 01 perhaps a tempting Tailing heap of rosy peaches , or a bewilder Ing muss fit ragged chrvsanthomums , or u | lllct bit of still life , a plh of hooks n rose < if panations and a wee small mouse Juttt showing Its Inquisitive head above the tahlo- these are the modest subjects chosen by tlin conscientious student nn we nra permitted to stnd > him here nnd the honest , if not over critical , cje or pen could not wish to find niiy word < but those nf praise for so satisfy lug a result To HIP right of the hall with Its rich hunslnRs of Gobelin nnd Aubu son tapestries l the large- room devoted to water colors etchings and Keramlcs. Hero one finds him ? elf yiiriounded with a vveiltli of pictures lKncd with names familiar to two continents Outof the first to attract is the "Oame of L'hesb ' hj Slmonl whose Ta'e of a Steve' won the artist much fivorahlo comment at the Columbian exposition This Itoman ar tist exeells In arcliltectuial del ills of Oriental Interiors rich wirm color nnd true dcllnca tlon of the human form His nude figure of the "Slave Is ono of glow Ing beauty Another Oriental subject on the hainc vva 1 Is ' The Ilrass Workers , bv Krnst , nnd the propcily of Mrs IMvvard A Cudah } an at tractive picture full of color , and well treated from nn artistic1 standpoint "Old Ago Has Its Trials" shows an old moult In the girb of the Capuchin order seuted In n monasterv court at the base of a flight of stone steps , ungased In the labor ious task of threading u needle The artist Is O Vltall , whoso second piece , "At the Iten- ilexvou/ , " hangs near by A Itoman beauty of the present day Is posed gracefully be neath a flower-bedecked balcony , waiting for tlio cart ) Her who Is momentarily expected Ihe background shows a gllrnpso of BIIOVV while villa half hidden In lemon trees heavy with fruit , a tall , dark c > press tree Elands online ! at the gate , and over all a clear lliiiil | | bine sky shows the Italian Influences under which the picture was painted Hotli ot these subjects are the property ot Mlsa Collins Two fine examples ot the French school , i landscipw bv lie Dyon and "Hunting Scene. ' are owned by lion J M Woolworth The latter shows two splendid pointers and. car ries ono irrcslstlbl ) to the hunting Hold II will be enjojed by all true lovers of field sport Mrs KianK Johnson loans three beautiful plctuics one by JeromeTerrls Is especially so "Card I'lnyers" shows three courtly cava liers In llous XVI costume seated at a small table. The game has been Interrupted and the pla > era are engaged In animated chat , pre sumably discussing a phase of the latest court Inlilgue. The picture Is highly finished and full of color anil has the soft effect seen In medallion painting on Ivory "Mlfvtress Kale" represents a dainty mild' In an old-fashioned gown and big black hat carrying her arm full or pink roses U Is I by Loon Moran. "Afternoon Visit" represents two charming women In pompadour costume- seated on a marble bench In a park , with a background of soft green foliage. It U signed by I'trcy Moran "Autumn In Province" by Contl takes one to the wood : ) In France when nature hux put on her UU mantle and clothed herself In vivid reds and yellow browns. Tim owner Is Mrs Cecilia A. Collins , who has many valuable pictures In this collection , among the most striking being"Moor Guarding the Arnenal" by Ilumcros , who painted It In Algiers. It represents a strong , swanhy Moor In the picturesque costume of his race standing In a listening attitude with rlllc in hand ( o signal the approach of the enemy The picture has b < H-n exhibited In .Milan. Home anil 1'arls Another gem In the same collection In "Gos sip at the Well" by Corllle , the famous Neapolitan painter ot figures. A group of peasants are gathered around a big marble basin , and whllo one of the -women is wash ] ing linen another 1 repeating the gossip of the day The picture Is full of gayety of color and excellent technique "A Country Stream" by Van Ktten. owned by Mr. George- Wright of Council muffs , edi ( a delightful landscape to Kate upon U Is restful and so delicately handled that one. longs to escape from the noise and busy Tueli of the city and find quiet In Just inch sya retreat. U Is the work of Harry Young , whose picture , "Meadow Land , " shows him lo bo Inndscaplst of a high order. "Visit to the Ship" by Tred S Coxzons U a soft marina full of grey , and the blending lanes of sky and iea form a perfect harmony of color. "The Visit" by Percy Moran discloses a pretty garden of a country house , where a eraup of charmingly gowned women have . Ukon their embroidery Into the open ulr and are working on a frame at s. bit of tapestry One has Just pushed ajlile a quaint old chair ' to rite and greet Ihe frlenJa who are calling , In the moat bewitching of grey poke bonneti. A little mils In old fashioned gown becomes the central figure and the picture la as fre h lud we t as a day la Jane could nuka It. Jlr Tr d Parker cxhibltn < rerM xralir color * of thft Italian school , smr.ng them th I "Ft-rlUne Teller" by ( IlovAnnl nloia A ; parly ot animated Neapolitan vromer nil young and pnlty , are ccloljratlnff a festival' In H nondy ncok , vilirh a nandrinn band ot coma upon llio rcenti and the rend * ( rig of the Imnd begins ) . The smiling faces of the ivc-men ami their look of eager expect ancy are well rppn fnted from a truly Nea politan bit ot life f-31 it eihlllarntliiR. 'Old Nurcmbnrg HOUM-S , ' showing the iliarp pointed red roofs nn-1 overharglng bal conies hriqht fllth blonnili.g plants nnd trail ing vines the houses dlBgltift to the edije of. the water , recalls tu mind thiit. Interesting old Herman town \vUh Its quaint wood carv- IIIE and Its gabled tower * the home of Al bert Ourcr. The plc'uru U by Oorgo 11 Prlnzvliose architectural subjects are well handled , hh ' Aic of Jinmu ' and "Tomple if Ni-pfure ' nt I'lic'stum being especially attractive - tractive TliU la one of the three Greek temples which stand on low , m-trslo ground , deserted by c\rty liking thing but tlio wild birds that coin" nnd build their iiffltn under Its 'ruinbllng cortilct.ii. Lou nnd Insidious malaria poisons tliu air and compels these . < uirrb ] ruins to stand .iloii" In solltuilc. Mr. Clement Chase exhibits three pieces from lier own brush which sliou her at her beet. ' Callfumla Popplea" In an exquisite lilt of color a bunch of larjc ; white popples with deep yellow liparlb on a yellow back ground u decorative subject pilnlcd In cliBiinlng spirit nnd ultli a tenderness of irntlrnent trul > poetic Her "Japanese Lanterns' Is ntiolher pletc which merits iciofiiillloi' for Ith good drawing and artlstlo imi lllii ! ; A Portrait ' sliuivii her In a dif frri-nt stjlc , ulso pleasing and strong In miiiiv linen Mi. Hut lor 3 Evening' and 'Street In r'orlssunt' ' are both good pieces , and so Is II IJagg's 'New IJngl.ind Orivc" .Mr Herman Kountro exhibits "A Lady , " by I , HaU'iuN , which Is strong In treat ment and pleasing In subject Mrs Miimaugh s flowers are so true to nittirc that It requires but little Imagination to think onf can doled theli fragrance. They lool > so natiinil nnd are grouped so care lossly that the aroma seems a part of them lit Hev Gemgp Worlhington loans three pli tures which may be studied with good effect. ' Th < - I'oet ' bj Mlacca , "The Herb rialhert-r. by 0 1' Itjrnes and Churtt ) " liy Ilumba Mrs. Collins and Miss Collins 1me each a number of Venetian pictures which tell ilnlr iiwn story of the City by the Sea They show llu- various sides of Venetian life , the pic tnr sqiie lishlnff snmcks with colored balls , llio .iniinaled Grand cannl the busy esplan ade the old blue capped fisherman and glowing sunsets that speak vividly of that romantic city One almost behoves himself gliding along over the water In a liny gnndnli , In garltig at the many bright views done b } Sendrl 1 lie dose's- palace , the grim old prison the green roofed cimpanlle , all eland out before one w th breezy freedom nnd delightful fidelity Gdham contributes j landscape of marshy ground a winding stream and clump of trees which shows n fascinating bit of nature \ a painter ot sUt-s this artist Is conceded to DP superior to niofct men ot his school 1'olir fm Nfcntc' represents two I lughlng peasant , girls resting Uiigudly In a field at noun time , one of them toying playfully with a tambourine while the other relates an nmnsing story The artist Is Uumiros Both belong to the Collins collection , wlich also includes several pieces of historic furni ture. Visitors will have notice 1 the picturesque inticiue chairs whch stand at either side of the main entrance to the nrt galleiy Their mnint form and lull gilded backs will at rncf procjaim them quite out of the ordl- mry. as Indeed they ire for thov were pur- ihised i by Ihcli pusent owneis from the Oipiichln monks at the nionaatery of Monte- oliveto. near Siena. Italy Hvis only after much persinsloii tint the monks would con sent lo their removal to America , as they had lipcn in the monastery for over 2iX ) jears and had been carved by the original founders riij are very massive and are of Italian walnut It was nt thU famous monastery rliai O.i Angelica ami So-mna | lived for some tlnif. and inanj of their frt&coes are htlll o be seen In a good state of preservation un the walls of their cell like rooms. T ii antiiiua settles In the fame collec- l oh are Interesting and beautiful One of ( hum Is the historic and valmble norgtiese ias a hancn It is veij large and stands on i plitlonn It Is of walnut and Inlaid In [ Inllnti cypreia and mihogany woods In H iphaelpsojnc design In the center of the InicU Is shovtn the coit of arms of the original Ilorgltcse family ami several crests of different brinclns of the family , among them three of the Medici It vvas purchased bj Mr Collins and Mis Tollms from the present Trlnce [ 3or he p from his private collection In the Itoighese pilace. Home Tli- second w > ttlo Is alsn of ear y Italian origin and is of walnut elaborately carved by hand It also stands on a platform During a visit to one of the old lilslnrlc palaces of Sleni this piece of furni ture was obse-rved and eventually purchased from llio owner a prince of the re gnlng houseof Italy whose name , by request. Is withheld To review the performance of the Ethoplan Songsters at Hojd'n Thursday even ng would be to simply repeat what The Hee sild Krl- day morning of a triumph which the gen erous heart ot Omaha made possible Ilut to tell Mime of the jokes which the end women Indulged In would be to glvo them a larger audience than thev hail at Uoyd s Among the conundrums asked were- " \Vhj is the big diamond on Dr Lee's shirt front like a ship at sea' ' The Interlocutor was at a loss to know , so were the rest of the company When the answer came It caused a stampede In the audience 'He- cause It Is on the bosom of a heavy swell ' Hut when the young woman told of her experiences as a poulterer nnd having named ,1 rooster Itohinson. because It Cruse ( crew so ) men collapsed and one man Iia4 to bo taken out on account of memories which the Joke revived of a quarter ot a century ago when Backus was alive There was considerable applause when an end woman asked what Ireland would do If she ran out of saintw Some ono suggested ! that she might come to Omaha Why come to Omaha' ' an Inquiring turn ot mind sng- gested. ' Beo.itise she could find Patricks enough here ' Then there was a fishing contest and ono woman baited her hook with llmberger cheese because she WHS angling for German carp And it was with thoughts like these that the night was innde memorable by the women who hid behind a. coating of burnt cork that the children of the Creche might a winter home Wflenmed Their PaMor Hick. Thursday evening the members and con- gregallon of Ilctli IMen Ilaptist church gave to their pastor end his wife. Ir and Mrs Odell a very hearty reception upon Dr Odell's return from a three months' tour through Kurnpe The audience room wu.s beautifully decorated for the occasion with llowera and autumnal leaves ot many bright hues vv hlch. under the light , before an In teresting assemblage ot happy faces , made ? the place a very cheerful one lr ) Worn- ersley presided and assured the pistor and Ida estimable wife ot aery cordial wel ! l- come home Miss Houlier furnished some excellent music on .the- org u , Mr Lansing , tenor , and Mrs nilsclon of Chicago , con tralto , sang n diifl. .Mr * L T Snnderland , na dainty solo and Mr Abel of the Mozart quartet sang a song which was quite worthy of tlio demanded encore Ir Olell was called upon to tell of his journey through Scotland , which proved to be of great In terest , as told In the pastor's happy mood The ladles of the- society served refreshments In the parlors ot the church after the pro grain , Miinlmltuii Social Club I Friday evening the. above named club gave ona of Itb successful und enjoyable parties at BrflliiK hall Among those present were noticed Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dennett. Mr and Mrs S fr.K. . Collins Misses Garretty , Reynolds , Idler , Colborl Swenby , Kcott , lloollhan , \Vlielan , Dalley. McQuillan , Vounge , Vandorhoof , Nes- tlebiish. Martin. Vorvtald , K. Vorwald. sC VorMuld , Con ell Messrs Murphy , Tlmmlns , J. Reynolds. T Reynolds. Harriett. Itllcy. \Vliulhelm \ , Fyfe , Johnson , [ .eighty , McQuil lan , Gilbert , Vanderhoot. Carlln , Kirk. Mc- Cormack. O'Uounell , Dona hoe. lUiodes , Wulkln , Morrlssey. Cahalan , lUhoncy. Cliixn-n I'rlfixU t-iitrrluln In their hall In the top floor of The Hee building Tuesday overling- Excelsior council of the Order of Chosen Krlends gave one of their monthly socials and receptions to hem public The hnll waa well filled with mem- bam and cltlxeim who came to see and learn ot one ol till moit useful ami uonular | ' ( frnl i rrml and bcnefiriat sanitations In the country The pnrlg on the program were . well | taken by some ot Omaha's best talent who did themselves much credit and the ' cause of "home protectors' much good Itev W r nailmeii , grand councilor , for this dlitrlcl , being present gave an elaborate address on the order In this address he traced the growth of the Idea of frnternil co-operation In Its development The ad dress was lull of logic , pathos , wit and persuasion and was well received. The speech was followed by refreshments , served In the annex . I An i : ( iilnir ultli "irlllij. " Not hi ne could have been more Interesting nor charming In Us Informality than the evening with 'Trilby. ' George Uu Maurler's heroine of the studio of I'arl. planned and carried out with such eclat by Clement Chase , the editor of the fJxcelslor It was such n novel Idea and so thoroughly original that It Interested the men gre-nlty and as there were no women "expected the men looked forward to a real Ilohe-mlan night with Mr ChaRc and the creatluna ot George Uu Matirler s brain. "Trilby" has taken so pronounced a hold on the reading public that anything having the llavor of Trllbylsm about It Is sure to win favoi , and Wednesday night was no ex ception It was a literary and niUBlonl nlcht , tlio men being In the most part well known In the professional literary , business and social life of Omahi which contributed not a little to the chnrni of the night The program waa printed In a dainty modest manner upon cream-white paper ar ranged In booklet form nnd was as follows . Paper-The Stor > of Tillb > j Unlit multum ainuvit. | Song-All riilre ile In Lump 1ht > iibsiinl old nursery rhyme Mi Hogers Mr Churlton Mi Iliecl- , , etirlilue , Mr McC'ugue Paper Ilu Mnurli'i. Illx Life und Wolk. . loll liac Ketli-bt iiml gelcbet Mi Ohm UsV Martin Song NiiHMbautTi . . Scliimmnn A rlmple ( lorm.in ilnmsel sitting nndei u wiilnut tree. Mr n H Vi hcolor. Ji Plnno bv Mi Joseph Gihtn P.ipci Hie Iremli ot Trillij , und the CJllJllIlM Ultlll . . Purls , of vvlildi lit < < nild never hive enough. IJi. 1'clK J Utvpecher SOUK Hen Holt Tluimns IJiinii I'ngllsh Ob , do joU li'inember sweet Alice , lion Hull ? Mi rimiles 1. Deuel PMno l > > Mr Martin Culm I'npei 'Ihe Iilentltv of the Artists In Ttllbj . . . 1 llt > ) futimleil KcliooN Instead of following flti > Mi J I .nut IP Wullnce. \ lola Clnui'-on Me Pilntemps . . . ClOunod And tin Hist put of the concert was ov ei Mr Chillies llnetcns Pinna by Mi Murtin Culm Pa PCI Trilby s mice and Method It w.is the npotnecsll ot voice and viitunslt > . Mr Iliotiins J Kelly. Song Alitlhrntuk Sen Vn-t'cn Gucne . IhN wient lilstoiliul epic In two dozen lines Mr ItiKfis Ml Kell } , Ml t'lmrlton , Mi itrcikoniidge. Mi Mrdigue Papei Trilby s ,111 Hypnotic Subje * . t Svengall' ' HveiiKiill' Svengall' Ui J 12 Summeis ji Piano Impromptu. A IUt . Chopin \\uves of sweet and tender luughter Mr JuKtpli Giiliin I'.ijier Could Trill v llt Sur < e nfilll > Dramntl/ed The chaim < f those two ct-ntial Ml IMgnr C. Snjdet Violin Overtiup tu ICosainundp Schubert llose'iniiid j vvus n prim ess of Cspius. M Hnns Albsrt Piano In Ml Jnsepli O.ilun \\hat shall ue uvt tin pleasure of dilnk- In' Hftcr that wc-iiv nice 'uimonv ? Without going into a general discussion of the papers themselves , they were Til exceed ingly clever , their tone was delightful their criticism of the novel kindly and their praise of th novi-l very inonounced Some new things were brought nut In connection with the storv which wire Interesting to ever > body Hut while there was a decided lit erary tlnct > to the ever Ing the music was bv no means an Inconsequential factor , and helped to give the occasion light and color The "Nussbaum" ot Schumann was beautl- fnllj rendered by Mr Dan Wheeler , who has done little singing of late The composi tion was new to very many ot the men pres ent and It made a most pronounced Impres sion , Mi Wheeler's sweet tenor being suited to Its tender feeling 'Sweet Alice Den Holt , who lived prominently in the hearts of people thirty years ago , was sungby Mr. Warren Hogera Mr Ileuel failing to appear i < > the last moment Mr Charles liaetens played tlie "Chausoti de Prlntenipa " by Gou nod a wonderfully effective number for viola , anil he won the geneious applause ot his audience Mr Joseph Galun gave on the piano the- Chopin impromptu in \ flat which iv as Trilby s piece de resistance and It vvas phved with excellent technique and good tlnlili Air \lbe-rt i losed the set program bv plajlnp the "Oveituro to Ho3nmund > ; , " by , Solmbeit heird for the- first time In Omaha ' N'over has Mr Albert played so well , lie teemed to feel the gentle spell of the Bohe mia , about him and he von for hlmselt an onUurins reputation nt the hands of hit friends After the overture Mr. Albert was ( impelled to respond to an encore , which he placed I" a manner at once typical of the voung genius Omaha claims as her own Then came the feast of Hohemla ard later son s und stories , bright bits of satire , ex cellent Dashes of wit , in short , just such u night as the. three jolly Englishmen used to have In their studio in Paris when Trllbv was posing for the foot , the head and the altogether " The gutsts were. Messrs Louis Uradford. Joneph Lehmer. J 11 Illngwalt , C S Chase. H W Hreckenrldge Kobert Patrick Charles Clgutter. J n. Baum , K C Grable. Victor Uosewater. Blartln Calm II Muentefering , Arthur AcheMin Thomas R Kimbill , Q. JI Hitchcock D H 'VMieiler , jr , AIMn Krech. Henry D nstabrook. Clnrles W Martin. Dr Detacher , CSeorge 11. Hddy. Kdgar C Snyder C Will Hamilton. It H Peattle. L O Cliarlton. Thomas J Kelly W M Rogers , Prank L Haller. Joseph Gahm Hans Albert. ' J Laurie Wallace , Paul Cliarlton. Dr Bae- tens Unity I'lnl ) lleKlimin k. The opening meeting of Unity club was held in the church pirlor last Priday o.enlng The club Is agiln divided into three sections which alternate on successive Friday even ings , one for the study ot economics one for the study ot Shakespeare , with occasional dramatic entertainments , and the third tak ing up contemporary poets There la also a lecture section In connection with the club the lectures to be given In the main audience room of the church on the first and third Sunday evenings ot each month The opening lettura will be given I ' this evening by Rev. N. M Mann Subject "What We Know About the Size and Weight of the Stars. " , "Julius Caesar" was the play considered | by the Shakespearean section Friday evening Miss Mcllugh. director of the division , In her opening remarks said "Lest some one should be looking for something not Included In the plan of study. It may bo well to state at the outset what Is Included and what Is omitted The specialties into which Spakesp a-ean criti ! | cism have developed will not bo discussed I The aim will be to look at a play as a whole directing the- attention specially to Its structure - ture and ethical development ' The poetical section of the club will hold Its first meeting next Friday evening , Octo- 20 la Hutu Club Innrc. One of the most enjoyable affairs of the week was the dancing party glvea by La. Rose Social club at the Royal Arcanum halt Friday evening At 8 15 the members and their friend * began to assemble , and at 9 the dancing bgan with a grand march , led by Mr I L Ilolton and Mlsa Ada Hcy- man , followed by about ten couples of en thusiastic lovers of the dance. Among those present were Misses Anna Ileyvvood Oallatln , Slay Hill , Carrie Errlc- son. Emma Duncan. Edna Jones Ollle ] Crowley. n Price. Isabell Miildoon. Ada Ile-yman , Grace Mardell L Powell. Jennie Roscngreen. Donaldson and Mies Drlebach of Council llluffs , Messrs Ambrose Islington. Moss. Powell. Gosney , Goodrich Solomon , Ross. Holton. Augustine Cook Williams , Cultra. Kosaler Vnmlervoort. M cNalr , IJdg- hill Cleveland , Uuelow , Van Dorn , Huzzell and Dolovan The program , which vvas pretty and unique , cannUted of twenty dances. W. O.V. . Supper. Woodmen of the World , Camp Walnut , No 15 , of Howe , Neb. , gave an entertain ment and oyster supper Wednesday night About SSO guoBtH were premit. Including a large delegation from Stella , ami visitors also frqin Auburn and Nemaha City Manager George Harris and hU Ilvans quartet of Stella furnished the music , and Rev Price of Klk City and Judge Jarvls S Church of Auburn delivers ! addresses which were well received The remainder of the entertain ment was made up ot home talent , except Atlas Sfnud > r JiU5JiiTiPrv. rcadir of Stella , rendered a fine selection Afltr the proLh gram the members of llio raint > nnd Ihelr guests enjoyed a bountiful ( tipper toulli OmnliH l tillrK Nt tlip I nlr. Tha followhif account of a visit nude by & large number of Ihe lending women ot South Omaha to the orphan fair held week before last nl Imposition hall , should have appeared In List Sunday's Hee. but the inanuam script fulled to turn up am ) therefore did not get Into the paper The correspondent , writing of the occasion snygA very notnam ble gathering of ladles on "mercy bent" took place in Dr Humor's Institute parlors Wedan nc&day evening October 1" and when It was lime lo > start for Omaha ninety-one left via the special motors chartered for the occasion whllo eight followed other route ? , all meetMi i Ing. however at the fair II Is pleasing to I note that nearly In ever.v easenonatlendance | vv.ia occasioned b > sickness ut absence from the city The ( -01111111011 In the Invftatloii that everybody wcnr their best dress and bonnet was faithfully carried out some of the gowns being very beautiful ami worthy of H notice In The Ilee. but space will not permit ot such de crlptlon The mission was entirely suc cessful , and the visit tu the fulr highly satis factory , as Ihu receipts of the night will show The following Is a partial list of the ladies composing the pirty Mcsdnines U J. Murphy , Ur Shlndel J O Sullivan , A H. iUlller. n Corey R. Gllchrlst J Klynn. M. I ) Calkins A Gerhnrz. L A Hlack , W H Meyers Dr MiCrann Ctoorp. . 0 13 Scarr , Dr Rnsor , I ) Rafferly. H K Adams P J lUter O Ihnen A W. Patterson M Rock T Hock K C. Anderson. A. W Hancock. O W Dare. D Anderson 11. II Sanger. J C Car roll C L Talbot L Pcnncr. H II Ames , J J Ryan J J Wear J Ryan. C. M Rich , V H. Hoyd C' M Kostors K r Johnson , J. M Tanner , C Y King. 0 It I'adduck. M Cranilon , C J I Ionian J S. Gosney , N A. Williams P S. Casey. R H Richard. C C Clifton. F \ Cressey Ii. L Goodwin , A. L Lott , P N Atherton D F Slater. W Paterson , A U Hemke J Uol.ui , Thomas 1C llefferman. W T Wlielnn M J Heafey. William Kclley , A O'Ncll Misses M Crlnlon M Gllchrlst , A Rlley Anni Rllcy M.Vanl. . J. Kyne A Crinlon M Grandon. H Halbert M Klrby.I Jordan , A Cnrey. C Gosney , L. Gosncy Lu Hrlon. K 0 Kell , H Dicey , K Crlnlon. A Cirlos. I Corey , M. Sullivan , M. Mugan. A. McDonald M Raymond The committee desire heartily to thank Or. T. H Rnsor , T Thompson , K. Klllot , N 11. Falconer and the street railway com pany for favors granted all of which helped greatly to make the 'Ladles Mght" the srand success It was. i I Inyil mil llomsliv. A very notable wedding took place on Wed nesday , October 17 at high noon at the . beautiful home of the bride s mother. Hunker | Hill III , being the union of Miss Martha lorsey Hornsby and J \\airen 1'lojd of Olllesple The Episcopalian ceremony was performed by Hev K Hiilcy Hill rector of Christ church In the presence of a very dis tinguished company. The attendants were I MlsseH Llrta Dorscy , niece of Iho bride , as maid of honor. Viola and Lottto Lc-e Floyd | sister * of the groom , Umma 12 Steinberg of Louisville. Ky Jennie Stookey of Belleville III . as bridesmaids. Messrs Arthur G Illlet . of Kaiihan City. Mo . George Thorpe of Sioux I City U Ilei-ry T Ployd of Omaha. Neb Archlbild Clement Wells nf Kansas City. Charles Cockrell of Lincoln Neb . as ushers. I Mr CItel acting as beat man The flower Klrls were Cordc-la Stivers , niece of tlin bride. Edna and Jessie Ilutt of Kansas City , cousins of tin- groom , attired in pliln muslin and thread lace The bride wore a rich Ivory satin gown en tralne and veil , fastened with | a diamond sword , the gift of Ihe gioom. col lar nnd girdle of pearls The maid of honor was dressed In buttercup taffeta and the bridesmaids in white plain muslin over white silk petticoats with trimmings of buttercup , duchess satin The bridal dinner to the at5 tendants was given by Mrs Budil , sister of ' tlie bride. Monday night preceding the wed ding. Following the ceremony an elaborate breakfast was served by Pi-ckmonn of S t Louis The decorations were yellow roses and white chrysanthemums. After congratu lations vvero received Mrs and Mrs Flojd took the t o'clock train for a short wedding | Journey Their future home will be In this city J Warren Ployd , the groom , Is con nected with Farrell & Co. Wcildliic nt Kfluiitx Alt-iiifirlnl. i i A very4 pretty anil Interesting wedding was solemnized at tTie Kountze Memorial i Lutheran church Thursday afternoon , the ' contracting parties being Miss Oleva Pelle , [ only daughter of Mr and Mrs T. C Pelle and Mr August Kuelm The ehurcli was beautlfullv decorated with ferns , palms and potted plants about the altar , whll < - the auditorium was crowded with friends of the brl le and > ? rooni The bridal party entered the church to the music of Mendelssohn's wedding march , led by Mr Silas A Wallace- , with Miss Kate Brantncr , followed by Mr Fred K O Kuehn with Mlis Lldta Ilarpster. and Mr Ernest C Kaiser of Denver as best man , with Miss Kate tlenipsel as maid of honor , then came the groom , with the bride's mother and the bride on the arm of her dither. After an artistic rendition of the wedding march from 'Lohengrin" by the full choir at which Miss Pelle was form illy a member the nuotlats were solemni/ed by Hev A J Turkic After the ceremony the wedding party re- lialrcd to the home ) of the brldo , where a delicious repast was served followed by a reception to the friends ot the bride and groom The happy couple took the evening train for I Kansas City , from whence they will proceed | to Chicago aid return to Omaha , where they will be at home at 1112 South Eleventh street All tlio * Mtlntft V'O LivingI'lrlliri's. . The announcement of the IIrat enteitain- ment of the church year , given by All.3 Saints' ladles at Metropolitan hall , caused a ilutter of Joy among- many young- and old hearts in und out of the parish These so cials and infonml dances , with mental rc- frihments preceding , were very popular among Rev T J. Mackay s parishioners last season and bid fair to be even more so the coming year Effective 'living pictures" | with musical interpolations by Mrs Rogers. .Miss Wagoner nnd Mrs Morton called Van ity" 'The IntroduoUon And the Rebuff , " and "Reconciliation , ' entertained the onlookers Mrs Partridge , Mrs James and Mrs Cady formed the sc-llcltlnK committee , Mrs Whit- i moo , Mrs Mackay , Mrs Holden , Mrs | Sliacltclfonl and Miss Yatum were the enter- talnment committee , and Mrs Ames ar ranged for the hall and advertising Follow . ing the graceful tableaux vvas dancing , with light refreshments. jtuderion nnil Krvlu. A quiet -wedding occurred on Thursday af ternoon at 5 o'clock , when Mr Charles An derson and Miss Grace Krvln , the pretty and attractive daughter of Mrs Mary Krvln cf Omaha , vvero united In marriage by Judge Wti-dell P Cos. at his residence In Benson The bride who la one of Omaha's popular jcur.g ladles , was becomingly attired In a handsome navy blue suit with a dainty hat to mutch Mr anil Mrs Anderson will bo at home to their friends nt Z\i North Seventeenth street after October 21. _ _ _ iM > .Surprlie , Answering the door bell "Wednesday evenIng - Ing , Mr and Mrs J 'It Poster were greatly surprised to find a number of their friends , all in "hard time.Apparel The evening was " a Jolly one , with games and dancing , and".rrjtlclzlng the general "make up" of eacli other afforded great merriment Lunch vvas served at 11 o'clock , and the hour was Hie when the guests re luctantly took their departure Those pres ent Mr. and Mrni II O. Counsman. Mr and Mrs N ClarkM , | S Hauman , Miss Ous- ali Dnunian , Miss Ilalley Miss EanitcU Mls Llvcscy , MIM Collett. Mr If C Mlllor , Mr. I Ilyron Smith Mr P I ) Myers Mr Olio I Ilat'inan Mr Youse. Mr Curtis Hartley I Surprised on 'llii > lr Amilvcrnarr- , A genulno surprise was given Mr. and Mn , | Thomas S Granvllle 27U l.iiko street by their ninny friends last Tuesday evening. In honor of their eleventh jcar of married lite , and the turning . . . . of . the . 3.1th milestone . . . by I Mr Granvllle. A handsome rocking chair was presented among other gifts to the bride and groom of eleven years ago These present ml vvero Mr and Mrs. 1 P. lllck , Mr and Mrs I U Gross Mr unit Mrs. H Ile.se- lyn , Mr and Mrx G Chaplin Mr and Mrs J. Urcmiier , Mr nnd Mrs Shcpa.nl , Mr and Mrs Hunt. Mr and Mrs W H MoDernuil Mrs M A Taylor , Mrs Shaw , and Mr Ilortz Atlor dancing and card playing delicious refreshments were served Looking Timnril it IVucliif : I'luli The first st ps were successfully taken last evening nt the Mlllnrd looking toward a local chapter of the American Pencers League of America. Considering the Inclcm- cut weather the attendance was large. the enthusiasm pronounced , which augur well for the futurity of the club. liohiVH In vu-loiy. Mrs Love returned from n visit In Wis consin last Monday. Miss Crebo of Eureka , Kan , la the guest of the .Misses Gilmore Mr. C. H Gulou who last week was quite 111 , Is recovering rapidly Mr. Ma * . Meyer leaves today on a week's trip throuch the Hlack Hills. J C Qonden and wife have taken rooms at the Victoria for the winter. Miss Trcnelierle of Alton , III , Is the guest ot her sister. Mrs. II. P. Whltmoru. Miss Maymc Hutchlnxon has returned from a visit with fi lends at Grand Island Mrs W. J Hrnalch Is still In the east nnd will not re-turn for several wec'ks on account of Illness Mr Jeff W Hedford has changed his rcsl- dcnco from 2510 Chicago street to 300-t Par- nam street Mr Edward Lee and son , Vernon , re turned on. Tuesday from a sK weeks' visit In New York Mrs J Weiss of Topeka , Kan..Is visiting her sister Mrs. r H. Gilmore , at 2019 Cali fornia street Miss Ki.ssatn , who has been the guest | Miss AVexnmlei , left Monday fnr tier homo In Newton. Conn. Jlr nnd Mrs Thomas Ssvobe have taken n IIOIIEC In Landon Court adjoining the home ' ot Colonel niche " | Mrs Ilonry Fiihrman of Seattle , who has been ' visiting Mrs Edward Hosewater , left for Norfolk Monday last. Mr. Prank Brown , cashier of the Mlllard nnd Mrs Drown have taken rooms at the Vlc- lorli hotel for the winter. Miss liache , who has bn-n seriously 111 for several months is Improving alovvly and will soon be able to be/ out Mr George Haynes and "Mr Clnrles Ilnn- gate lett last evening for the Pacific coast on a two weeks' tour of recreation Miss Louie Drake left Wednesday for Htif- fulo and franklin Pa , where she will visit friends until the Christmas holidays The fourth annual ball of V S Grant Woman s Relief corps lll be given nt Myr tle hall Tuesday evening of next week. Mr. and Mrs David Uaiim and little daughter ] , , Margaret have returned from their summer at Mrs Damn's homo In New Jer sey. sey.Mr. Mr. W. S Hector has leased the brick residence corner of Twenty-second and Wlrt streets , Kountze Place , and h : > s removed his family there Colonel and Mrs S. S. Curtis and family have removed from Thirty-first and Pacific streets and are now domiciled at Thirty- eighth and Jones. Mrs. William Clarke ami daughter have been the guests ot Mrs Tuii7alln this week al the Madison. Mrs Clarke leaves on Monday for Mexico. Dishop George Worthlngton of Nebraska and General Jolm H. Brooke , U , S. A. v > oic registered at the Windsor hotel , New York on Wednesday The wedding of Miss Thedc Ilalch and Mr Abraham L Reed will occui on Tuesday October 23. at the residence of Mr. E I ] Dalch on Capitol avenue. Cards have been Issued announcing the nuptials of Miss Nanlc Anderson and Mr William E Hhoades. which will be cele brated Tuesday evening , October 30. Union. Pacific council ot the Royal Ar canum will give the flr.st of a scries o monthly socials Tuesday evening of thus we k In the seventh floor of theIlee building. Miss Plora G Chamberlain , who has beer spending the Hummer with her aunt , Mrs V II Itartlett. left Saturday for Now York , stopping onroute at Waterloo and Chicago. There will bo an adjourned meet Ing o the Crccho board and association at th < Crccho Monday October 2J at 2 30 p in All members are urced to be present S J. Harrows , secretary Mrs. S C. Carson and daughter have been visiting friends at Hartlngton and St James Mrs. Carson has returned home but Mis ; Cora Carson will remain and teach No 1 school near St James . Mr and Mrs George S Gould and Mlas Demlng of Michigan City Ind , who has spent u Covi weeks with Mrs Gould In Hell wooj , were the guests of Colonel and Mrs Armstrong until Monday The art exhibit will be open today from 1 to 6 o'clock The exhibit Is one of th best If not the very best , Omaha has seen and the art-loving public ought to aval Itself of the opportunity to see this exhiljl tlon. Judge E Wakeley Is expected homo till morning , after a week's absence In Madl son , WIs. , where ho was railed by the sud den. death of his brother. Him Charle T. Vt'akcley. a prominent member of the ba nt that place Mrs II G. Rockfellow of Sherman nvenu entertained n number of guests Wednesday evening In honor of Mr Rockfellow's sister , Mrs Henmau , and her daughter who , nfte spending the summer In Omaha , Intend I leave , for their homes In Now York Tuesda ; of next week. Mrs. Elizabeth Woodruff , editor and pub lisher ol the Tekamnh Durtonlan , canio U hear the debate between Thurston and Dryar and was the guest of Mrs. Remington Not- son. Mrs. Woodruff occupies a place Ii "Women of the Century" through her vror ! as editorial writer. Mr. J. M Wool worth and Miss Wool worth left Friday for Washington , I ) . . . where they will remain a week. Mr. Wool vvortli will then return to Omaha , but hi daughter will join Mrs Howard In Not York City , where she will In all probabllt ; pass the entire winter. Mr. and Mrs W C. Palmatler have re turned from their wedding tour , which wa spent in and around Denver , Colon-id Springs , Manltou. Tor the present and un til their now home Is completed they vvl. b with the bride's parents. Mr anil Mrs Henry A. Haskell , 1421 North Eighteen ! street. The 0 SI. D Social club give their firs party In Monuid's n > > enihly rooms last W : nesday. The following members and thel friends were present Mlsse-s Alma Llndquls Amanda Llndqulst Delia Mndqulst , L. Stock man , Grampian , Hantlng , KIcckner , M Berg J Herg. Davis , Drum , Lumlecn , Lent : Smith , Sage , Roberts , Heyman an Heyden , and Messrs. Henderson , Ma nell. Hlackwell , C. Jtops , W. Kop Holland , Copeland , Catlln , Ayers , Arnol Gregg , Rooney , Nelson , Clernmens , filter Place your order now for stationery we are showing many new tints in paper that it will be worth your while to inspect. RAYMOND , 15th and Douglas , JEWELER. Songster , Dorsc-n , Peterson , ThncUer. Ooha- nat , El rod , Cunnlnennm , White , Schneider , Carters , Lc-n ? , Trout and Denning. It Is tlio Intention of this club to Klve these dancca I monthly . A "hnnl limes tot" Is lo be given nett I Thursday evening from C until lu o'clock In the crypt ol Trinity cathedral under the Auspices of the King n Daughters Thorn will be so mo good music and AH admission tea ot 2K cents will bo clurgcd Married , in this city , on Thursday evening Octob r II , 1691. by Rev A. W. Clark. Mr I.G" J. Curtlts nnd Mrs lliiuna Roberts The. eroon has a position lu the freight depart ment ot the H & M railway In this city The wedding vvat , n quiet but very pleasant nffAjr ( After n lu > rl tilp they have returned to Omaha , where tlicy will reside A few weeks since Mi L' . 0. fell , Junior ' member of the firm of Shaw & fell , wont ' past for a visit niniing old friends Cards I linvc been received vvhb'li would Indicate tluit | hU visit was of. more Importance than he would Intimate wlnti liu left The cards an- noiinro the marriage of E. Chester fell anil llachcl Sara fell , flt lOlton. Pn Oclobpr 6 At homo , 110J North Twenty .tilth street , Oninlia , after November I Those attending llio camp-tiro gathering Rhen by Mr nnd Mr * Jami s Chnmbcrs last Salurday evening nt the Orlflllh farm were Mr. nnd Mrs. ( larncau Mrs Will Wood , Mrs. MrConncll , Mr and Mrs Klmball , Miss Kimball - ball Miss Jackson Ml s Wood , Jllss Sum- inns. Miss llalcombe Ml s Yate-s , Miss lles- sle Yates. MNs Iwov I Miss Woolworlh JudRo Davis. Mr Quay , Mr Pierre Gurneau Mr. Tuiner , Dr Wilson und Dr Siimmerx Mnnday evening the friends of Miss M.iKglo I Gleavc gave her an imusuilly pleanant birthday - ' day party at her home , 3f > 21 Webster direct Refreshments wen- served nt lu and the rest of the evening was dovolrd to cirds and , other social games. Mrs R ( Heave being the winner of the- high ( Ho content Those present were Mr and Mrs. S Gleuvo , Mr and Mrs S J Gleivc , Mr and Mrs r Gleavc , Misses Kernlcce L Glcavc M Gli avc | Messrs. Jessop Crlgoi and H Gleavc The managers of the Young Women's minstrels wish to e-xtend their thanks to Haydcn IJros for their great kindness lu giving the use of their music room and ' piano for rehciircals and all sheet music reciilrt-d | , to Mrs Cotton , who out ol the goodness ot hei lictirt traltu-d j so admirably the- choruses , nnd to Mrs. Calm and Mix Wll helm her Hblo as sistants , to Mr. Duller and Mr Wiietter for arranging music' , to the Omaha Printing com pany and Hurkley Jlros for programs and tickets | and to all those , In fact , whose Rn - eroslty < made the performance the greit finan cial ; success It was Among tlic many plcnsint social events of the season none hah proved more success ful than the birthday party given In honor of Miss Jennie riannlgan , at the le-sldemc ot her undo and aunt Mr < unl Mrs J rianni gan , 1112 North Scvente-enth , Monday even- inu The Junior Social club was out In force , nnd together with numerous other friends ot the hostess they hpenl a most enjoyable evening until 11 30 , when delight fill refreshments were served The hostess was the recipient of many beautiful piescnts Dinelng was the older of the evening and U was indulged In until 1 o'clock , when tin- company dispersed The boxes for the minstrel show on Thurs day night were tilled as follow b Ilex A was occupied by Mr and Mrs J N H Pat rick , Mr John Patrick , Mr Robert Patrick and Mr John Cudahy In box H were Mr and Mrs. Warren Rogers Miss Hums Miss Kountze , Mr Charles Kountze In box C were Mrs. Barton , Mis Nnsh , Mrs Yost , Mrs. IJeldcn , Mrs I.vman Ilex E was oc - cupied by Mrs Ilrooke Mrs Will Redick. Miss Damly , Mr Deui , Mr Rcdlck and Mr. Quay. Mr nnd Mrs Remington , Mr and Mrs Harry McCormlck nnd Mr Hilton Fonda occupied box I ) In two of the upper boxes vvero Mr and Mrs Will Wyman. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Miss Curtis , Miss Wool- worlh. Mr Mullen nnd Mr Tlerro Onrnrntr. Anothir party consisted ot .Mr and Mr * . Joseph IUrtr n , Ml a Rlngvvalt and Mr. Milton - ton | twirling A Mag party cccupleil n lriit ) box lu Iho tli'pcr ' tier , Mr Gulou Mr 1 KM tic- , Mr Redick nnd Mr. Crary. .Mlis Mac Lawrence entertained veiy plea * unity nt her home on Poppletou nvemir on Thursday evening , high live being the order of the venlnu ; After nn ixfltlng scries of tn games , Mr * Van Gloson nun the ludy's ' prlio , while Mr Ponder carried off thr gen- tlumin's prize Miss Jones received the lady's noohy prize nnd Mr Conant the pen- llematfs. A dainty lunch w.ts served , after which dancing wns Indulged in for n Jhort flme T'hose' Invited ivvcre Mlisel Dolli Jones. NYrllj Lillian Ponder. Sadie Mudgo , Salrna PleniliiK , Murguprltc Ponder Clyde Hlunctmnl Mrs Van Glcson nt Chicago ami Mae Lawrence , Messrs Hunter , N'otlse Ilitf- fott. < Low Adams , Conant Stay ley , Jlc- Combs and Mudge BEAUn CULTURE PARLORS ] : UKIKA : f MMI : . VAI.I- : UIAII-IIS : : : , vi bolentllK-raelnl Troiitnunt frrii wlli2 ( 00 purchmo It'ilrdressliiK , sliumpnolni ; iimn- icurliin , clilroiKidlst nnd sculp tru ittnonl Tt'llKt1HATH ! ! Department ou-lusluilr for Indies 10H-10 IIKK Hl'ILDIXC. Hi-movcd j from Karbach 1111. MRS. A. S. CONVERSE , Prop and Manager. TONICrHT , SUNDAY. . Also Monday nnd Tucbday , Davit nnd Koogh's Pamous r.ii > rli of run , Music und Movcinunl THE HUSTLER No Thro ity. rimrtoMo ltin . Humor , Hut Uunl tf hole-some , Antl-ltlllous , RIp-ltonrliiK I'nu' NOTHING BUT S10MACI LAL'GIIS ! Hoxofllcoopen nil ctnv bundiiy. & 50 Ri-st-rvod ' outs , itf > 0 fonts Km h BOYD'S Wediicslay-Ttiursdi7 ( , OCT 24-25. TWO NIGHTS ONLY FRANK L. BIXBY'S NK.VA UOMKSTIC 1 LAY SHAFT NO. 2 (5 ( hST. Telephone IT. I ] -/Af//if ( / , CoiiiHirnliiH Mn/ilii/ ; .l/ir/nrr. / Or' , "t CHKKK IT , Ull.I.Ii : , " AM > < ! ( > .Hii : : COMROY & FOX IN "HOT TAMOLGS" " 1IOT STLTK , NUK SUD" MATINKBUDNistAY : COM1XO OCT 25 20 , ! ! 7 .TALLOW CANDLH We are Showing FUR ANL CLOTH Garments In New Styles that are confined to our house for Omaha. Cost lo you is no more than for last year's shapes. "We v/ill be pleas ed to have you see them. Fine Seal Skin GcirixiGnts a specialty , Bottcr .ClOAKSmW. Cor , IGtti and rarnam Sis , , J3efo.ro I'AXTON IU.OCK. MONDAY will be ROCKER day in SHIVERICK'S OCTOBER SALE , when we shall inaugurate the greatest sale of Rock ers ever made in Omaha. 200 Fine 100 more of those fine Oak Cobbler Seat Rockers , at Rockers , silk tapestry $3.00 seats , regular 100 Rockers in curly birch , value $5.00 , bird's-eye- will be sold maple and mahogany , for worth from , $10.00 to $15.00 $2.00 all go at Each. $5.00 Shiverick's October Sale.