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TJOJ OMAHA DAILY JI32J : SUNDAY , TVtAltOIt 3 , 1890.
fODKD IN SOCIETY CIRCLES Quiet of the Lenten Season Oontltraoa to Provall , BELLES 'AND BEAUX FIND LITTLE TO DO Borne Minor Turtle * Help o While Avrnr ilfc Forty lnjol Pnttt- ( tint. In.Sow IlcInR Observed. 60 far society In concerned , the past week liai bcin llio dullest ot tlio scison. Very few entertainments of any kind have been given and even the Informal affairs have been few and far between. There will l > o a number ot weddings after Lent ends , nnd nlthough the exact date has not t > een stated two nro lo occur In June. There nro also rumors afloat concornlfg Bovoral engagements which may bo announced after Kaatcr. Women of every ago and cllmo seem to bo practicing wheeling. Hvon the queen of Italy is an enthusiastic whcelwomnn , nnd has n t the fashion ot cycling In the Eternal city. An amusing story Is told of her majesty going to ride , with one attendant. In the early morning , in a park whore wheeling Vn forbidden , and being promptly requested to leayo the grounds by a guard , or policeman. When her majesty dlscloaod her Identity lethe the guard hlo alarm uns great , but liln re ward for faithful flervlcos followed when l.c received the next day -photograph from the queen , who kindly BURijortod that hereafter ho would bo able to recognlzo'hor features. . A rather amusing story , or Joke , concerning two of Omaha's young society leaders leaked out last week. It seems that a certain young man own ing a flno horeo and buggy made an engagement gagoment to go driving with ono ot Omaha's favorite society girls one of the beautiful days of several weeks ago. After a drive which had not been a short ono. the man hitched his horse nnd went Into Uio house to stay awhile. The horse growing Impatient with Its long waiting , pulled down the hitch ing post , and as the young man came out and noticed this ho made the remark , "Oh. never mind ; I'll send one up In the morning. " However , when morning came- the hitching post failed to put In an appearance and sev eral days passed by with , the snme result. Ono evening the girl's father chanced to make a remark about It and the girl told him that eho had been expecting the post to appear at any moment nnd had not yet glyen up hopes of seeing it come. The fol lowing day the father bought a very nice post and sent It up to the house by an ex pressman. The girl's Joy knew no bounds , as she sup posed It had been purchared by the young man. flho at once wrote him an effuslvo letter and extended her thanks. It was with regret that the young man learned the truth nt the matter. Wednesday evening , March 4 , Miss Eliza beth Richardson nnd Mr. John Agonstlne wore married at the residence of the bride's parents , Rev. Frederick A. Smith officiating. The bride were a gown of heavy cream brocaded silk , the bodlco ttlmmedtlth hand made Irish point lace. A wreath ot white roses was clustered across the front from the loft shoulder to tbo waist on the right , with the same adornments In the hair. The simplicity of the costume gave an added cbarm to the bride's face and figure. The marrlace vows were pledged at 8:30 : o'clock , after which the asembled guests par took of an elaborate menu prepared by the bride's parents. More , than ordinary Interest attaches to this marriage , uniting as it does two ot the oldest families In the city , tho' bride and groom being born here. The brJdo's parents came to Nebraska In 18GC , settling In Omaha , and have resided hero' continually ever since , raising a large family and entwining their life's history with Omaha's wouderful progress and develop ment. These present were : Mr. Sam J. Rumol , Mr. I. W. Watson , Mr. E. Johnson , Mr. James Beck , Mrs. Agonstlne , Mrs. Richardson , Misses Amanda and Mary Miller , Miss May Collins , Miss Clawson , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waller , Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McKUtrlck , Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hunttngton , Mr. and Mrr. 'William Huston , Mr. and Mrs. Rose , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orobe , Miss Emma Madsen , Mr. and Mrs. I. U. Plckott. Mr. and Mrs. George Richardson , Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bar bers , Mrs. J. L. Collins , Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sylvester , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rannle , Jr. , Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sprague , Mr. and Mrs. Alex Richardson , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rich ardson , Mr. and Mrs. Prof. 0. R. Potter , Mr. and Mrs. Stovons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pot ter of Council Bluffs , Mr. W. P. Seward and Mra. Wlllott. _ Hnrrl ii BTtoii-Sclioil plil. A very quiet but pretty wedding occurred last Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. White , when Mrs. Whlto'd sister , Miss Daisy SchoHcld , was married to Mr. Jesse W. Harrington of Browsdalo , Minn. , Rov. McQuold officiating. The house was decorated wflh roses , car.- natlons , Easter lilies and English violets. The ceremony was performed under a canopy ot smllax and roses. Only the relatives were Invited to the ceremony. The bride , who Is a charming girl , wore a becoming gown ot white nun's veiling , trimmed In chiffon and whlto satin. She carried white rosebuds. After the ceremony and the cutting of the wedding cake de licious refreshments were served. Among those present were : Mr. and Mro. Charles Turner , Miss Turner , Miss Kennedy , Mr. and Mrs. B. E. B. Kennedy , Miss Fan- nla Kennedy and Mrs. Grant. The newly wedded pair left that afternoon for Minnesota seta , where they will make their future homo. _ \ IMeiiMUiil Munlunlc. A most enjoyable , muslcalo was given last Saturday evening In room No. 238 , Bee build ing , by five young men , who have Iwen ar dent students at the shrlno of the goddess of music for several year * , and who have acquired a proficiency in the manipulation of their respective instruments which ranks them among professionals. o The young men and the Instruments they play are as follows ; Paul Tulleya ; violin ; Fred Elliott and Frank Potter , mandolins ; Bert Elliott , guitar ; Charles Tulleys , cello. These young men have been playing to gether for some tlmo , and have acquire. ! that uulty in execution which is so essential in ensemble work. Each of them plays with Mulshed technique and the combined effect Is most enjoyable. The program presented the evening In ques tion comprised a variety ot selections , rang ing from the classical Schumann to the mar- tlil and harmonious Souea. All were Inter preted In a pleasing manner and frequent en cores were In order , , I'urty fur the Ilnrrln Unity , Mrs. B , Harris cave a children's party last Thursday afternoon In honor ot the flfret blrthdar of her daughter , Irene. A unique babies' lunch and a "Jack Horuer pie" were the features ot the after noon , The- children In attendance were : Helen Potter , Carrie Knlin. Gertrude. Mabel and Ruh ( Harris. Edith I'uls. Pearle Read , Sidney - noy Slull. Harry Puls , ArnoU , Arthur and Q org Harris , Harlow Paul , Norman Pot ter , Albert and Sidney Lewis. The following ladles and gentlemen were also present : Mesdaraes Victor Paul , M , Karpeloa , S. Potter , J. Harris , H. Splgle , A. Lenin , J. II. Harris. I. Kahn , J. Shall , Reed , Charles Puls , A. Harris ; the MUsea Hattlc Berlin , Theresa Harris , Jennlo Blum , Kar- pole * , Flor * Ancbell ; Messrs. J , Harris , H Bpisle , I. and N. Harris , _ A I't'i'u Year Social , A pleasant affair of the week- was the Imp year social given by Vesta chapter Order of the Eastern Star , at Masonic hall last Saturday evanlns , 160 being present. The older folks enjaycd themselves at the card tables , wblU the younger cues danced to. moat excellent niutlc. The commute * , cq.n > Utlug of Mtsdamw Todbupter , Whitney , WcEwaa , and Mlstei 1'sUrsen and Pray , took particular notldo thai > there were no wall flonsrn In the hall , The Mosdamcs Todhunter , Powell , Llchtcn- bfrgcr , Htndrlcks. Dallcy , MeBvmn , Tucker , 7,1 Iss Pctcracn and Mems. Whitney , Dallcy and Halllgnn accompanied G. W. Matron and Mrs. Whitney to Springfield Monday to assist In organizing Primrose chapter. Order ot the Eastern Star , at that place. They nil had a most excellent time. Thnrnlon Itlfleft Note * . The March individual drill and Informal hop given by the Thurston Rifles last Mon day evening was greatly enjoyed by many of the company's friend ? . Sergeant Thompsctt was the successful competitor and worked hard for his honor , Sergeant Foiby made the contest the most Interesting of any of the previous competition * . The entire com pany participated in the drill and as soon as a member made the slightest error he wns at once ( Unqualified , Forby and Thompsdlt were the last men lo remain standing and for a full half hour It was unsafe to say which would win. In changing from the numbers to without the numbers while drill ing the manual of arms Forby was caught happing , which gave Thompsctt the drill. The bilance ot the evening was devoted to dancing. For the purpose of attending morning servIce - Ice at the Unitarian church the Thurston Rifles will report nt the armory this mornIng - Ing In dreas uniform not later than 9:30 : o'clock. In ordnr that the company photographer may take a group photo of the banjo , mam dolln and guitar clubs , Messrs. Richards , Gsantner , Thompson , Patterson. Vandervoort , Vincent , Fowler , Rlsley , Stockhnm , Cover- dale , Hackcnburg , Castle and Lyon arc re- queotcd to brlnf ? their instruments , so that the photo may bo made Immediately on the ompnny's return to the armory after this mornlng'n church service. The Thurstons arc proud to add to their rt collection on elegant framed steel per rait engraving nt Abraham Lincoln , a gift o the company by Lee S. nslello. It IB a ourco ot great gratification to receive such valuable and generous gift from a friend vho places the name ot Lincoln alongside with that of the "Father of His Country. " Only n fortnight ago , when the company cndcicd a reception to business men , Mr. istelle fired the flamln ; oentlmsnts of latrlotlim with an eloquent tribute to the nomory of Lincoln that will be remembered or some tlmo by alt who had the honor to e present , The Hyperion club of Walnut Hill and 'opplcton park gave a millinery sociable n honor of Miss Wagner's birthday. The men were soon busily engaged in rimming hats and the joung women In making necktlen. For the best trimmed hat , Ir. Roger Gregg received the first prize. . small pattern hat from Paris. The prize 'or the neatest made necktie , n handsome l)00k entitled "Intellectual Wife , " was car- led off by Miss Emma Laux of Trinidad , Colo. The booby prizes , a set of fdrmlng Imple ments , were carried oft by Tom Hodglnn Katie Ryan receiving a small crock of pork and beans. The party wag a complete sur prise to Miss Wagner. Among the invited guests were : Messrs. em Coulter. Ralph Deverell , William An derson , George Shaw , John Wagner , Ed Wng- ner , Tom Hodgln , Roger Gregg , Allan Far mer , Hal Hooves and Charlie- Wagner ; Misses Tlllle Wagner , Luclla. Wagnar , Mamie Hclns , Katie Ryan , Belle Ryan , Mamie Goerne , Nellie and Mary Hamnr , innie Ryley , Eugenia Mackln , Emma Laux of Trinidad , Colo. , and Adele Ryan. Mr. mill Mr . MtlnsTfttuii TOntcrdilii. One of the enjoyable parties of the past week was that tendered to a few of the 'rlends of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Living ston last Thursday evening. Progressive high five was played and those present were highly entertained. Mrs. Hay captured the queen's prize , and Mr. C. P. Halllgan be came the proud possessor ot the king's prize , while Miss Emma Holmes and Minnie Vance were presented with lovely coiibola- tlon gifts as mementos ot the occasion. Just prior to the distribution of the prizes lunch eon was served by the hostess. These present were : Mr. and Mrs. Hay , Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Button , Mr. and Mrs. Brown , Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bouk , Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wallace , S. Parkhurst , Mrs. Jeffries , Amlo Hay , Genevleve Jeffries , Miss Rose Weeks , Emma Holmes , Mrs. Andrews , Miss Gertie Parkhurst , J. E. Von Doren. W. C. Bouk , C. P. Halllgan , E. Davis , D. S. Parkhurst , J. M. Callioun , Miss Schwatfager. Miss Minnie Vance , Miss -Sutton and Mr. Harvey Waldron of Green wood , Neb. _ l-'onmyl n Utrrary Cluli. A number of young society girls have formed a literary club , which meets once a week at the homo of some one of Its mem bers. During the week a book Is read anu at the weekly meeting the story Is told and the different points of Interest are discussed. The first meeting was held at the homo ot Miss Cady. Last week Miss Alice Drake en tertained the club and "A Singular Life , " by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps , was the subject of conversation. Next week "A Lilac Sunbonnet - bonnet , " by Crockett , will be discussed. The meetings are led by Mrs. Frank Cross and Ere very interesting. The members ot the club are Misses Alice Drake , Sue Col- potzcr , Hattlo Cady , Grace Allen , Louise Squlroo , Margaret McKoll , Bcitha Sloan , Margaret Brown , Gertrude Rlngwalt and Flora Webster. At the close of the afternoon 5 o'clock tea Is served. A IjnliMi In honor of her sister , Miss Gray of Wis consin , Mrs. C. S. Montgomery gave a rather novel entertainment on Thursday afternoon , which called "Lenten " was a Kensington. Each guest drew a paper bag containing a bag to be made for the "Dorcas Ten" sale , which occurs Tuesday , March 10. A cup and saucer was awarded as a prize for the neatest work. Instead of Ice cream the guests had scented sachet pads , with "ico cream" written upon them In gilt let ters. These were taken homo as souvenirs ot the pleasant occasion. Light refreshments were served the twenty guests present , who had most of them been at some tlmo residents of Madison , Wls. Kntortiilni-il nt CiirdM. % Mr. and Mrs. Charles E , Ford entertained the Tuesday Night club delightfully lost week at their pretty home. The liouso was trimmed with carnations. The flrst prizes were won by Mrs. . G. W. Wattles , who received a china tea bell , and Mr , Hart man , who won a silver collar button bcx. The recond prizes were won by Mrs , Will Rector , who received a souvenir spoon , and Mr. W. I. Klerstead , who received a cut glass Inkstand. All ot the club mem bers were present , besides Mr. and Mrs. G , W. Wattles , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ston , Dr. and Mrs. Crummcr and Miss Hart man , MilHU HuritrlHC 1'iirt } ' , A Jolly surprise masquerade was given on Mr. Roscnzwolg to celebrate his thirty- sixth birthday. Games and dancing were the features of the evening. An elegant mid night lunch wns served. These present were : Mr. ami Mrs. Drake Mr. and Mrs. Kueno , Mr. and Mrs. Plol , Mr , and Mrs. Ackerman , Mr. and Mrs. Burster , Mr , and Mrs. Elsaeser , Mr , and Mrs. Mlt- tauer , Mr , and Mrs , Rolchenberg , Mr. and Mrs. Fruolmuf , Mr. and Mrs , Rosenzweig Mrs , Olsea , Mrs. Bruett , Mrs. Schroeder , Mrs. Hengon , Mlcscs Long , Julius , Krusc and Mr , Rosenznelg , Illimvrt lllx Mr. B , A , Megeath , who loft on Frlda ) for Franklin , Pa , , where ho goes to be mar rled on Wednesday to Miss Adelaide Mlllei ot that city , gave a dinner at McTaguo'i to a number of his friends on Wednesdaj evening previous to his departure , Tlu guests were. Dr. Allison , Mr , Ward Bur KCSS , Mr , Seth Drake , Mr , Henry Farnell Mr. Heathcoto and Mr , Frank Simpson. it Duiulvu IVoiuuii' * Club The Dundee Woman's club is mi organi zation of recent date , The women met wltli Mrs. Samuel Cotner last Tuesday and per footed their plans for the formation of the club. Mrs. D , L. Johnson , president ; Mrs Lcavltt , vice president ; Mrs. Perry , uscre tary ; Mrs , Cameron , treasurer , were electee officers at the club. Meetings are to bo licit on Thursdays , bi-weekly , ) Ici tluir < > f the. New Hook Club , The annual meeting ot The Book clul was held last Monday evening at the liomt of the secretary , Mrs , Page , The ofBcnrs of last year were re-elected , and the threi following women were chasn as a comralttei to ceo books : Mrs. Lindsay , Mri. George Squires and Mm , F McConnell , The books were auctioned off by Mr. Llnds&y , which created mnch merriment. The club's flnan * clal matters are In good shape. The mem bers are : Mcsdamea Knight , Stcbbtns , Stlger , Page , Buck , Brown. Crelgh. Llnd- sty. Squires. OrlflUh , George Barker , Page , Fleming and Marsh. HiirkiTiiril. Mra. Colei entertained the Lenten Sewing club Friday afternoon. Mro. Joseph Barker gave a luncheon yester day. Cover * were laid for ten. A high five party was given last Thursday evening at the Mercer hotel. About forty guests were present. Mr. and Mrs , J. B. Kitchen gave a dinner at the I'axtcn Friday In honor ot the DOth birthday of Mr. Kitchen's mother. 'Miss Darlene Coo entertained the Entcr- poan club last Tuesday afternoon. After some charming music , refreshments wvro served. MM. Howard B. Smith gave a very enjoy able though Impromptu Board ot Trade card party last Thursday afternoon In honor of her guest , Mis * McKcll ot Chllllcothe. O. Tflere were four tables. Miss Frusehaut entertained the L. T. Whist club Wednesday evening. The prizes were won by Mrs. W. A. Tlcl and Mr. 13. Hoag. Mrs. E. Hong and Mr. J. Burster cro awarded the consolation prizes. Mr . C. K. Coutant give a very pretty ncheon last Wednesday. Hrr table decora- ens were pink bridesmaids' roses. Covers ere laid for MesdameB Joseph Lehmor , Wll- nm J. Connell , Chadwlck , George Squires , . K. Smith , Connor , Stobblns , Griffiths , Ives , 'an Kuran , Patterson , C. E. Squires and outsat. In honor of Miss McKcll , who Is the guest f Mrs. Howard B. Smith , Mrs. Gannett gave n Informal luncheon last Wednesday , Cov- rs were laid for Miss McKetl , Mesdames Vesloy Morsmnn , Bennett , II. B. Smith , rltchett and Croleh. During the afternoon upllcato whist was played. The Ladles' Afternoon club was entertained y Mrs. Wv A. Plel at her home Thursday rom 3 to (5. ( The women brought their fancy ork , and the time was spent pleas- ntly. Covers were laid for ten. hose present were : Mesdames Dike , Rosonz- relg , Burster , Strathman , Kuanno , Lucke , onrad , Droste and Mlttauer. Mrs. T. B. Norrls gave a delightful lunch- on to a few of her friends on Wednesday ast. These presenUvtero : Mrs. M. Hendrlx , Ira. C. H. B. Carter , Mrs. C. A. Mitchell , Irs. DeClerk , Mrs. II. O. Devrles , Mrs. L. Campbell , Mrs. William Nash. Mrs. F. Durkey , Mrs. E. Heymakcr , Mrs. E. W. Morris and Mrs. W. J. C. P. Cramer. Friendly Cn lii. Major Humphrey has gone to Washington. Mr. F. P. Klrkcndoll Is In Boston. . Mr. W. H. Clarke is visiting friends In nd'anapolls. ' Mr. Charles E. Ford spent Thursday In Cansas City. Mr. J. S. Brady has returned from Rock iprlngs , Wyo. Mro , William A. Rc-dlck lift on Saturday or Now York. Mr. H. T. McCormlck left on Thursday for Sheridan , Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton have returned rom Now York. Mr. C. N. Dletz has returned from a short rip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Yates leave to day for New York. , Mr. Seth Drake returned home on Tues day from Kansas City. Mrs. Charles M. Wllhelm has returned rom Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gallagher have cturned from New York. Miss McKell will entertain the Literary club on Tuesday afternoon. General and Mrs. Manderson returned Thursday from Washington. Mrs. A. Wernher has returned from a two weeks' visit In Leavenworth. Mr. Samuel Burns returned from Boston and New York on Wednesday. Mr. John McSlmne Ipft for Denver and Colorado Springs last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Emll E. Zschan are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter. Mr. Charles L. Howes 'Is in "Texas. He will be absent about two weeks. The Bon Ami club will meet with Mr. nnd. Mrs. Goodrich on Monday evening. Miss Ura Kelly spent last week in Lin coln , the gusst of Miss Alice Rlghter. Mr. Charles Marsh returned Wednesday from Chicago , where he spent ten days. Mrs. F. M. Richardson and Miss Jean Richardson are visiting in Wyoming , 111. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barton will soon occupy their home on Half Howard street. Mme. Norrls and Mrs. GellenbecU have gone to New York City for a two weeks' Mrs. Schwan is the guest of her sisters , Mrs. Slaymaktr and Mrs. E. J. Abbott , In St. Paul. Mrs. Jeff Megeath left for Denver Wednesday , where she will visit friends for a month. Mr. Henry Rhodes left on Thursday for Mount Pleasant , fa. , where he will spend several days. Mrs. E. W. Nash , accompanied by her daughter , Miss Nash , left for California Monday evening. Mrs. L. H. Korty left on Friday for Blair , where she will visit Mrs. Charles McMenemy for several days. Mr. John Patrick has returned from Oherldan , Wyo. , where he has beep passing the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. A , Paxton left yester day afternoon for a month's travel through Texas and Old Mexico. Mrs. Lou la Rsed and her children , who are now in Berlin , will sail for Now York the latter .part ot this month. Mrs. H. Melville Tenney of San Jose , Cal. , Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Connell. 021 North Twenty-first street. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Megeath and Mr. J. G , Megeath have gone to Franklin , Pa. , to at tend the Mcgeath-Mlller wedding. Miss Bessie Yates , who has been visiting In St. Joe and St. Louis for the past two months , returned homo yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hall ot Georgia ave nue have Issued Invitations for a "Rain bow" party next Wednesday eveenlng. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Drake left lost evening for Franklin , Pa. , to attend the Megeath- Mlller wedding , which occurs March 11. Miss Kate McCormlck left last Sunday for Colorado Springs to bo gone about a wee-k. Bho will visit her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dickinson and Miss Jessie returned homo on Thursday from a delightful seven weeks' trip through Mexico. Mrs. S. E. Wherrott returned to her * home In St. Loula tha middle of the week. She was accompanied by her sister. Miss Stan- deth. deth.Mrs. Mrs. George A. Kldd and children left Monday evening for Goderlch , Out. , being called east by the serious Illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gould , jr. , en tertained last Tuesday the Misses Mary and Mablo Latoy and Messrs , Harry Sharp and Guy Barton Short , Madame Norrls has gone to New York City on businew. She will return with a full complement ot Parisian Ideas and many valuable dress euggestlons , Mr. and Mrs. Cabper E. Yost , Miss Jen- ness , Mrs. Charles W. Lyman and Mr. and Mrs. Voile returned on Wednesday from Salt Lake and Denver , where they sppnt a week. Mr. Victor Caldwell departed Thursday evening for Tloga , Pa. , to Join his mother , who lias been vlsltlnc there with relatives for several mojitlia. They will return to Omaha about April 1. Messrs. 8. A , Megeacb , Seth Drake and Heathcoto left on Friday evening for Frank lin , Pa. Mr. Megeath goes to be married. Mr , Heatbcote will be best man aii'l ' Mr , Drake one ot the ushers. Mr , Ward Bur gess accompanied them to Chicago. Out-ur-Totrii VlMllorM. Miss Rena Strang is vlttlng Mra. Rood ol Landon Court , Miss Carolyn Johnson is the expected gueat at "HllUide. " Mlw Belle WlbWng of Wichita , Kan. , Is visiting Mra. Began , Miss Eva Miller ot Leavenworth Is vlstt- lug Mrs. A. Wernher. Mlsi Kcogh of Salt Lake Is the guest ol her slater , Mra. U. B , Gallagher , JU-u Jaunlta. Humphrey , who has been the guest of Miss Howeca Hlgglnson for the past few weeks , ! ot3bIiItieNl ! > yto Jo n her parents in Wftshlngton. _ _ MM. Shannon ot- Fort Custcr , U visiting her pircnts , Mra. and Mrs. A. J , Poppletot * . Mr. and Jlrs. rtifirlea H. Sweeney ot Des Molncs are gdcst * ( of 'Mr. and Jlrs. W. S Howcll. ' ' ' , Miss Gertrude J. Weber ot Wayne , Neb. , l > the guest of Mri. J. Weber , Jr. , ot Florence * ence , Neb * . j t Mrs. H. H. < HaH < ) of Kearney has been spending the wpclo with Mr. J , E. North nnd family. Vj > A , Miss Rcba I/uffiXif Nebraska City spent several days In/ / town fast week as the guest ot Miss Drake./ / Miss Sowcll of Lincoln , who was the gnent ot Miss Ura Kelly , left for Columbus , O. , Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Q. M. Limbertson and Miss Ncttlo Sherwood were guests at Happy Hol low last Sunday. Mr. G. G. Orlsxyold ot New York was the guest of S. Q. V. Grlswold and family for several days last week. Miss Alice Jackson , who has been visit ing Mrs. E. O. Unlstcnd , has returned to her homo at Hammond , La. Mrs. T. S. Estlbrook of Chicago arrived Wednesday and will be the guest ot her mother , Mrs. C. It , Dolan , and the Mimes Donaldson , Mrs , Mclvlllo Tcnncy ot San Jose , Cal. , has been In the city for tbo post week visit ing her brothers , Dr.'R. W , Connell and Mr. AV. J. Connell. French pattern Hats and bonnets and millinery novelties Monday , Tupsday and Wednesday , March 9 , 10 , nnd 11 , exclusive eslgny. eslgny.MISSES MISSES KAHL AND JOHNSTON. 1517 Douglas street. LINCOLN'S SOCIAL SIDE. LINCOLN , March 7. < Speclah-Canl ) play- ns appears to bo the society fad of the sca- on. Whist and high five partlea are the ago and It munt be acknowledged that Lincoln an boast of same of the best whist players n the stato. This evenlnir Mr. and Mrs. George H. Clark entertained quite a number f friends at the'Lincoln hotel with a card > arty. Miss Mount of Omaha , who has been visit * ng Miss Slaughter , returned homo this \\oek. Miss McCIuro of Mount Pleasant , la. , has been visiting her sister. Miss Liu will glvo a cotlljlon for the Kappa Cappl Gammas on Friday evening. About Ighteen couples will be present. Mrs. Joyce vlll lead. Mrs. Lahr , corner of Seventeenth and L , vlll KVC ! a reception this afternoon to the Yemen's club. The Phi Kappa Pel's entertain In their louse on Twelfth and G Saturday evening. Miss Olive Latt.i will go to Omaha today o visit the Patricks. Mrs. D. A. Campbell entertained a few rlends Thursday evening. Mrs. F. M. Hall will glvo a dinner tonight. Mrs. A. E. Hargroaves hoU a small party on Wednesday nlclit. Mrs. John M. Thurston and her son , Clar ence , are In the- , city , the guests ot Mra Anglo Newman , at 1724 L street. They will remain until Sunday. Mrs. John D. Bain of Harvard Is the guest of Mrs. John R * lnkter , 1826 M street. Mrs. Nellie M. , U-lchardsau hai returned from a trip to [ Kansas. W. Hobson leftysterday ( for Springfield , H. J. , ri Attorney FranUi Npal ot Auburn Is In the city. v ri r SEVENTHS It was .Sundo . ! ; } ( The attraction , , was Mr. Taber's organ recltaWo ) -went. Jt was most Interesting ; .the program was carefully selected , well Jilayea and eminently satis factory. The , Stj John's Collpglate church quartet ( an. unusually good one , by the way , ) sang : Lack"1 of spacefdrbhls mentioning each liuto'sr , 't5ilt < Ko' "SdlKta' Mnlef" 'tlt- ? serveo sp'ecial mention .as blng suggestive of the * way In which most , of ithe audluncs near Mr , Taber's programs. 'Sancta ' Mater , Utud agas , " sang the tenor , which blended nicely with "It was a 'hot' show , you bet ; I'll go again any time. " The- Ideas seemed : rather Incoherent , but ot ccurso sometimes mua'cal writers cannot translate Latin freelyj Then fluted the "Cruclflxl flge plagos , Cordl mei vallde. " and a young woman smiled , then smiled again , then tittered or twittered , but netlike like the lone sparrow of ancient lore , for there were many sparrows. Could It bo that those words expressed something humor ous ? Doubtless we would hear. The tit tering grew into -a whisper and this was what came to listening ears : "Mamma tried to Iceop me from going , but you but I went , Just the same. Oh , I know how to work mamma , te-he-he. " and BO forth ad lib. "Juxta crucsm tecum etare. Me llbenter sociare , In planctu desldero. " And from a very well dressed and respectable looking woman , in whom one would have expected to. see good manners , came this" translation : "It Is a perfect dream. Oh , speaking of dreams , have you ever tried using ale in stead of beer In cooking a Welsh rarebit ? You know there is a" ( but here Mr. Taber had the bad taste to fnterruot a conversation which. I was enjoying , for I like Welsh rarebits ) . Cannot something be done to Induce Mr. Jober to play very softly ; very , very softly , a > that convocations may ba continuous. Ho Is an urbane fellow and ono of the moat agreeable In existence ; ho Is nothing , If not agr-cable , and doubtless If pressure sufficient were brought to bear on him ho wou'd ' see his folly and give his whispering chatterbox auditors a chance. * How about this for a sign in a. leading church : "Pleaso do not talk while the or ganist is playing. " We are coming to that. Then we can have : "Gentlemen will please remove their hats. " And meanwhile the basket , that obtrusive llttlo basket. , goes by unnoticed. And the artist plays on. * The action of the Commercial club In giv ing the Mondamln Choral society the use of the exchange room of the Board of Trade building has encouraged an Increased Interest In trying to develop musical talent In Omaha. The room is one of the- finest In Omaha. It Is large , airy , well heated and lighted , and will make an Ideal place in which to re hearse. The entrances areon Farnam and on Sixteenth streefri and the room Is on the second floor. < Joseph HaydenioB Hayden Bros , has gener ously donated aop'lniio to the society. To morrow night's rehearsal will be hold In the new place , t ) 11 ilvnf * Among the moifc * prominent musicians ot Omaha tha namount Franz Adclmann is shining with liidnefcklng lustre. His playing shows the constant fstudy ho must glvo , and dees give , to hlsmilblln. Technical/ ! has Improved much abt Into ( though It Is true that he never showed any technical weak ness to speak at.x ) olio has Increased his repertoire , and his -toiio is luscious , rcoanant and true. It happened that wo heard Miss Daisy Hlgglnn play sorabt'lctompanlments ' the other night at a concortl In South Omaha. With all due respect 110 ( accompanists In general , this bright young woman , ( who looks so child-like at thorfplano ) , is doing lemarkablo work for her yeors.J > She plays with soul , with sympathy , and she never loocs her head. i * / Last Tuesday eveqlng at the United Presby terian church , Twenty-first and Emmett streets , a recital and concert was given by Mlsi Ethel Qelst , amlsted by and uniicr the auspices ot the King's Daughters. Mls Qclst won much praise and Applnme , Es pecially was this true In the itcena from "Leah , tha Forsaken , " a Tory dlfllcult selec tion which , with the able nsslstanco of Mn Joseph McKlnney , was renJcrrd In a mtu- ncr to do credit to ono ot years of experience. The physical drill was a novel feature to most of tha ai'dlonce. Taken altogether it was a vrcy cn.'oynbleentertainment. ' . The program. WAS ; Piano Duct. . . . . . . . .Selected Misses Htirdy and Abbott. Grandfather's Clock . Robt , C. V. Meyers MUts Ethel Qelst. Soprano Solo. . . . . . . . . . . Selected Gertrude Sherman. Views of a Life In a Hotel , or n Naughty Qlrl . . . . . . . . . . . . Miss Ethel Ue'.st. Banjo Duet. . . . . . . . .Selected Messrs. Miller nnd Wood. Jerry nnil Me . . . lien At. H.irdln Miss Ethel Gclst. Contralto Solo . . . . . .Selected JIUs Margaret Chamberlain. Grandmother's Courtship . Miss Ethel Uclst. Piano Duet. . . . Overture to Wm. Tell Misses Banner and LUltlcll. Scene from Leah , HIP Foiaken . I.enlii & Jewish Mnldcn , Miss Ethel Gcist. Rudolf , the Magistrate's Son , Mr. Joseph MoKlnney. B.tiltono Solo Amourer'n Song' . , . . DC Koven Walliico J6hnsoiu Phvflcal Cu'ture Drill Down Upon the Suwanco River. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The King's Daughters. Cormac O'Gmdy's Courtship . Mtss Kthcl Gclst. . "Norden. " the Swedish Singing society , under the direction ot Musical Director Adolph Edgrcn , will glvo a grand concert at Wash ington hall Saturday , * March 14 , nt 8 p. in. The Jenny Llnd quartet , composed of the well known artists , Miss Emma Moellcr , soprano soloist ; Miss Ingebarg Lofgrcn , contre alto ; Director Adolph Edgren , tenor soloist and harpist , Mr. C. A. Jacobson , eolo basp , wilt assist at the concert. The male quartet , "Harmonla , " and a mixed choir cf the Swedish Music school , Omaha , will take part In the program. Mr. Thomas J. Kelly , accompanist ; Mr. W. G. Johnson , pianist. PART I. Male Chorus Happy as a Illrd In the Morning . O. Llndblad Nordcn. . Bass Solo Postillion . P. Llndblad Prof. C. A. Jacobson. Male Chorus The Sea Storm . J. Durrncr The Male Quartet , Hnrmonla. Harp Solo ( a ) Prelude and Kantnsle. . . . . ( b ) Old Swedish Folk. Son ? . . . . Ad. 12dgrun Director Adolph EdRrcn. Mate Chorus Brudefneden I Hartlanger. . H. KJorulf Norden and the Quartet. Harmonla. Soprano So'o The Fiowcr G'rl..Berlgnan ! Miss Emma Moeller. Tenor Solo and Male Chorus Ton' Fllckan . Chrlstenson Director Adolph Edgren and Norden. PART II. Male Chorus Hear Us , Sveal.G. Wenncrberg Nordcn nnd Harmonla. Duet Tenor nnd Uass . Fr. Wransel Director Ad. Edgren , Prof. C. A. Jacobson. Male Chorus The Student's Song-J. H.Stunz Norden. Solo , Duet nnd Quartet , Folk Songs , nrr. for harp ace . Ail. Edgren Jenny Llnd Quartet. Mixed Chorus SpringSong. . . . .A. Sadermnn The Choir of the Swedish Muslo School. Mandolin So'o. . Mr. Malmstrom. Bass Solo and Mala and Mixed Choir- Sleep and Rest . F. Mohrlng Prof Jncobson , Norden , Hurmonla. and the Mixed Choir of the Swedish Music School. The concert atUhe Park Avenue church last Friday evening was a decided siicce j. The choir sang "Star of Descending Night" and the "Hop Pickers" In an excellent man ner. Miss Sadie Shattuck played a violin solo nnd was encored. Mr. Don N. Long , the pianist , rendered Chopin's "Nocturne No. 2" and the "Staccato Etude , " by Ruban- steln In fine taste , and was heartily ap- p'.auded. Mr. Ed S. Thompson pleased the audlenco with1 his impersonations. ' Prof. Marti Parsons gave a tenor solo , ' 'Love's Proving" and "Angels Serenade , " with vlo- 11 n cbllgati , In a way that called forth mncli applause. The duet by Miss Macumbcr and Miss Mason was very well executed. as wcs also Miss Macumber's solo. Mr. N. F. Dean sane a bass solo In a very pleasing "manner , The contralto solo by " Miss 'Seward and the soprano' bolos by Miss Dan iels were both sung In a way that showed . much talent. The closing number was sung by the choir. * * Omaha people with musical inclinations doubtless remember the concert given ID this city about two years ago by Ellen Beach Yaw , who was heralded as the second Pattl , and the exceptions which some of her ad mirers took to the criticism of her singing which appeared In The Bee at that time. Miss Yaw's route card gave her one night In Chicago last week. Speaking of her per formance In that city the musical critic of the' Chicago Chronicle says : "Ellen Beach Yaw and her company gave a concert at Central Music hall last night. It was practically Miss Yaw's flrst appear ance In Chicago. Mlas Van's volco Is an anomaly ; just where to place It Is a dlfllcult matter. It has the quality of a flute , with out the roundness of tone belonging to that Instrument , and Its compass Is truly phenom enal , although the highest pitch reached last night was the three-lino A , not the highest tone in its range , as announced in the ad vertisements. There Is no power or real musical worth In Mtso Yaw's voice. It Is lifeless and cold , and , while It shows signs of study , the schooling Is far from being finished. It was true to the pitch. Some or the vocalization v-as well done and the tone was pretty , but still there was an entire lack of dramatic quality , which makes It of no real value. The program selections sung by Mies Yaw wero. "Ah , Fors E. Lul , " from Verdi's "La Travlata , " and a tarentelle by Bizet. She responded to double encores to each number. In appearance Miss Yaw Is tall and exceedingly slender , and her facial expression while singing is at times quite painful. " t * Tuesday evening the following musical pro gram will be rendered at the concert at the Young Men's Christian association ball : Overture Light Cavalry . Suppe Orchestra. Reading Didn't We , Charlie ? . . . , , , , . . , . , . , . Mrs. Mnthfson Wnltz Summer Evening . . .Wnldteufel Orchestra. Scng-Darls . Ntsvln Miss Pcnnock. Ohllpato . . . . . . Miss Plnder Characteristic Piece The Sword Dance , . . . . . . . . , . .Voelkcr Orchestra. Clarlnette Solo La Somnambula . . . . Donlzett Mr. Q u Mo Hucbncr. Reading The Little Cripple . . . .James Ulley Mrs. llntheson. Piano Solo Play of Midgets . Obersleben Mips Josephine Bell. Operatic Fantasle The Day Is Done . . , , , . Sch'.cppergel Orchestra , The following Is the musical program at St. Mary'a Avenue Congregational church this evening : Vesper Overture Organ . H. H , Allen Hymn 572 . Congregation Duet Hark My Soul . Schelley M'ss ' Lillian Terry , Mrs. A. G , Edwards. Contralto Solo Oh , Trusting Heart. . . .Bach Mra. A. P. Ely. Trio Lift Thine Eyes . Mendelssohn Miss Terry , Mrs. By : and Mrs. Edwards. Soprano Solo I Will Exto' Thee . . . . Costa Miss Terry. Parting Hymn ZX , Hrst and last verses. . . . . . , , . , , . . , . . . . . . . . . Congregation Recessional Organ . . H. H. Allei CuuKlit Stculliiic Blent. Yesterday afternoon proved a busy one with L. D. Parsons , a butcher at 603 North Sixteenth street. About noon a friend across the street telephoned him that a negro was In the act ot stealing a ham from in front of hl gtoro. Mr , Parsons cauch the thief In the alley and wrested the ham from him. Half an hour luier the merchan glanced up from his work and tmw a. pa Iron walking off with a Dlxteen-pound cat fish for which he had forgotten to pay Explanation ensued which were not satis factory to the butcher and an officer wa called. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Govt Report Baking _ _ _ . cur Powder PUKE if T'lfli 1'1 E 30UTH OMAHA NEWS Yesterday afternoon the police .irrcstnd Daniel Somcru anil Itobort KocblcT for icOdllnit on the streets without R license. 'ho ' men said that thry had Just come from t. Louis. They wore going from door to cor trying to sell a cheap patent medicine. 'ho prisoners denied that they were trying o dispose of the medicine , but the officer paw a bottle sold and paid tor. Monday the police Intend to overhaul all f the peddlers found in the city. It Is ndcrstood that the police will pay attention nly to Omaha wagons , which como down icro and sell from house to Jiotiso without nklnK out a license. Since the ordinance cgulatlnR solicitors was passed thrro tins ten no trouble. The Omnha solicitors keep way. ns the prlco of a license now la J100 , ml no license will he issued for loss than n < J year. year.At At the ChtirclicH Tinlnj- . Her. Dr. Whco'icr Vlll prench at the First 't osbytorlna church this morning on "Stored Ip Blessings/ Icison from Douldcr canyon. Th < collection for foreign missions will be kfcen. In the evening Hov. Frnnk Lovcjoy uHiMon , pastor of the First Congregational hurch of Leadvlllc , Colo. , will preach. The oplo will ho " " : "False Ambitions. Hev. Joseph A. Flowers of Albright will preach In Draco Methodist church this after noon at 3:30 : o'clock. At the First Baptist church , llio pastoi , lov. C. C. Smith , will preach In the raorn- ng on "Whoso Yard Stick ? " anil In the \enlng on "An Honest Test. " "The Land of Love" will be the subject f Uev. D. C. Wlnshlp's sermon at the First .lethodlst . church this morning. "Christian Ini'llness" Is the title of the evening ser mon. Mimic City Will Lawlor has gone to Minneapolis. Dr. Kelly reports a case of scarlet fever nt 1015 North Twenty-fifth street. P. A , Jansen of Jansen , NeB. , was the guest yesterday of J , L. Martin. Walter Brandies was in the city yesterday afternoon looking after Ills property. Mrs. George Uurnlu of Davenport , la. . If visiting Mrs. M. S. Uralnard at the Exchange- lotel. J. W. Ponso of Grand Island spent yes- erday In the city with friends at the ards. John Wi Caspldy of O'Neill is the guest of his sister , Mrs. Samuel M. Davis of Al bright. Miss Zee Chodd has returned to her home. at Beatrice , after visiting trclnds here for a tlmo. During the month of February there were wenty-threo births nnd twelve deaths in ho city. Walter Glover of Ilushvllle Is visiting his ulster , Mrs. M. A. Kent , Tnenty-fourtb and 3 streets. The Second Ward Republican club held a \oll attended meeting at Koutsky's hall ast evening. W. A. Campbell of Cedar Rapids Is vlslt- ng his' mother , Mrs. W. B Campbell , Twenty-seventh and G streets. General Kelly addressed an audlenco at Twenty-sixth and N streets last evening on 'Great Financial Reforms. " George L. Dare loaves Monday for Cripple Jreek , where he will go Into business ; Mrs. ) are and the children will go to Harrlsburg , Pa. , on a visit. Mrs. Lena Wagner and daughter Sarah , vho have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sldwcll , will leave for their homo In Chicago Monday. The women of the. South Omaha Hospital association , who arc to get out the Easter edition of the Sun , will commence work soliciting advertising this week. Last evening U. S. Grant clrclo No. 16 , Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic , javo a social at thn residence ot Mrs. Bay- ess , 407 North Twenty-fourtli street. The McKlnley club held n meeting at Young Men's , Jnsjtltute hall .last ovonlng. There was a good-attendance and -the candi dates were thick. Speeches were made by several local politicians. The funeral of Gotlelb Berg was held yes terday afternoon. Interment was at Laurel Hill cemetery. The deceased was ono of South Omaha's pioneers and at one time owned a brewery and was quite wealthy * The horse sale at the stock yards yester day afternoon was well attended and the stock sold brought good prices. The mana gers of the horjw market have an order for three cars of heavy draft horses for export. The Current Topic club met last evening at the High school building nnd debated on the question , "Resolved , That the next legis lature should appropriate $100,000 for the Transmlsalsslppl exposition. " Earnest Knudso and William Pettlt spoke In the affirmative and Pearl Snyder and George Busing In the negative. M. O. Maul was down yesterday afternoon to commence suit against R. B. Montgomery to recover $80 , which Maul claimed Mont gomery collected for him. In January , 1895 , Maul sent to Montgomery a bill against a South Omaha man for collection. The bill was paid , pirt In cash and part with a note , but the ox-Justice , It is alleged , made no return. There will bo a meeting of the German Political club this afternoon at Plvonka's hall. Addresses will bo made by several Germans and other candidates. The club has appointed Jacob Eggers , Chris Melcher and Henry Mlea a committee to confer with committees from olher clubs regarding lb demands to be made at the conventions and in tlm tvlcctlon of delegates to the coaren- tlons , _ IIAU.MIV MUMOIUAb PIlOtmAM. nt the rirwt ConirrcRnttonnl Ttila Afternoon , A Bnrnby memorial service wilt take tha place of the u < iml organ recital nt the First Congregational church today. This will bo the last opportunity to hear Mr * . Gustavo W. McLcran , n * she leaves for her new horn * In Chicago Monday. The program , which I * entirely from llarnby's works , l us follows : Organ HrlJo * ' March , from "llebckah" Sweet Is Thy Mercy , Lord . . . . . . , . , , , , , . ; ; " Mrs. Squires nnd chorus Now tbo Day Is Over . . . . . . . . . . Mrs. Johnston , Mls llofdfr , Mr. Hnzolton , . , , Mr , Copclanrt , Solo-O Yo That TX > V the I-ord , from "Tlie Lord Is King" . Mrs. McLcrnn AddroM . . . . . . , . - V. H. Alexander Bleep Thy Last Sleep . . . . . . . , Mrs. Johnston , Mrs. Morton , Jtr , JIazclton , Mr. Copeland Organ Intermezzo , fiom "llebckah" . . . . llccltntlvo nnd Arm Soft Southern Urecze. , from "Kebcknu" , . . Abldo With Me. . . . . Solo nnd choru * Recitative nnd Aria O Lord CJod , from "llebckah" . . . . .Mr. Copelnnd Sweet nmi Low . . . . . . . . . . Mrs. Squires , Mrs. McLcrnii , Mr , Wheeler , Mr. Conclnmt. I Will Give Thanks . . Mrs. Urquelmrdt , Mrs. Morton. Mr. Ilnzcl- ton. Mr. Copolnnd nnd chorus. Organ Gloria , from "Tho Lord Is King" L. A. Torrent , director. In these dayo of telephone , telegraph , elec tricity and steam people cannot afford to wait days or as many hours for relief. This is our reason for offering you Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure. Neither days nor hours , nor ovcu minutes , elapjo before relief la afforded. riCUSO.YAI * rAUAGllAl'HS. W. G. Whltmcre of Valley is registered at the Murray. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Sharon ot Davenport are In the city. Rev. Campbell Coylo ot Oakland , Cal. , Is a guest , at the Murray. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harrison ot Now York arc among ; the hotel arrivals. T. Jansen. from whom the town ot Jansen takes its name. Is In the cltr. Captain A. B. Smith loft for Chicago last ovpnlng , to bo gene several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Llnd ot Now Him , Minn. , are guests at one ot the hotels. Jeff Megeath and his family returned from Denver last evening after a week's absence. C. M. Talcott of the Pullman company left for Chicago last evening for a short pleasure trip. Will McMillan , formerly of this city , now of Salt Lake , was In the city yesterday on a Bhort visit to friends. J. H. MacColl was In the city yesterday on his return from an eastern trip. Ho loft for home In the evening. F. R. Nicholls , formerly of the engineer ing department at the" Union Pacific In this city , left for Ogden last cvoninc , where ho will reside. Nebraskans at the hotels are : U. A. Eckler , Chadron ; J. M. Thompson , Lincoln ; C. M. Forney , Atkinson ; G. F. Belts , Lin coln ; Ira Mallory , Yutan ; J. Wacek , Fre mont ; H. II. Dean , W. H. Dean , Ashland ; W. J. Wlckstrom , Weeping Water ; C. Hlnkley , Waterloo ; W. L. Park , North Platte ; W. H. Kllllgan , Auburn ; N. W. Wells , Schuyler. At the Murray : John Castwcll , St. Joseph ; O. Lynch , Now York ; J. K. Hempsted , De troit , John Brown. M. D. Welch , Lincoln ; Rev. Campbell Coyle , Oakland , Cal. ; E. H. Andrews , Kansas City ; W. G. Whltmore , Valley - loy , Neb. ; H. F. Roberson , Sioux City ; Charles Zaunerman , P. Martel , Chicago ; M. Lesser , New York ; James Pool , Chicago ; T. M. Donotan , Glenwood , la. ; Al Langeback , Canton , O. ; W. A. Barnett , Dayton , O , : Phil Baltz. St. Louts ; W. T. Burnham. 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