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IN THE REALMS OF SOCIETY
There is Much in Store for the
Future.
SEASON OF ENJOYMENT IS NEAR AT HAND
MptitlxT * of Hip Smnrt Sol I.oolilnu
1'orniiril Midi Ponil Aiilloljiii-
tton ID tin * \iiriinuli |
of U Inter ,
The humidity of thp past week' Impalre-d
iho stiffness of those fabrics which were
starched , nnd dampened ns well the ardor of
these who wear laundrlcd gaimtnt' . and sel
the pare for Omaha society. No devotee of
fashion ran dance , play tennis or golf , ride
horse or bliyclo. or even frivol with any
comfort with the thermometer registering
90 degrees of cxccedlnglv damp heat It
ought , not to bo expected Smart eve-nts do
not take place under such circumstances ,
nnd thi society coluirns of the newspaper
suffer In consequence With yester
day's grateful fall In temperature , how
ever , nnd the frosty clearing of the air ,
cnmo n quickening of purpose to the local
400 , and In the long delightful Indian sum
mer with which Nebraska Is wont to refresh
the dwellers r.lthln Its bordpra , there Is
llkoly to be plenty going on Thrre is no
season of the year so charming , as that
which In these latitudes refreshes the weaiv
aouls and bodies of mankind between the
autumnal cqlnox and the Chrlstntati holidays
It only lacks the brilliant dying foliage of
the cast to make It altogether perfect It
Is the fittest tlmo of all for main Ing nnd
giving In marriage , for outdoor sports nnd
Indoor festivities Before It leaves u this
year the agony of the election will be past
And with all things propitious nnd material
prosperity once more assured the coming
eason bids fair to bo a gay and happy one
The Omaha society woman although
gracious and entertaining , Is neither a fad
dist nor a campaign woman She hah ncvci
gone wild over the hundrc'd and ono fads
that have raged In many other cities To
bo sure , she has her collection of souvenir
spoons , and It the possessor of many deli
cate bits of rare china , embroiders beauti
fully , dabbles a little In art work , loves
beautiful filmy laces is fond of jewels , fine
equipages , etc , yet she has never had great
rooms In h r home , built without windows
BO that never a ray of natural light can
penetrate , her fancy has apparently never
wandered toward a collection of handker
chiefs of famous women and actresses , she
has never taxed the ingenuity of her dress
maker to produce novel creations In the
way ot bicycle costumes , neither his she ran
sacked Heaven and earth for queer antiqui
ties with which to furnish her own particu
lar boudoir , and even now , when the poster
craze Is In Its most malignant form , has at
tacked the younger society women In other
parts of the country , the Omaha belle dis
dains to become a victim Although by no
means lacking In Intelligence and diplo
matic qualities the Omaha society woman
seldom talks politics. In fact , she more
nearly icsembles the ideal homo maker than
the society woman of any other metropoli
tan city , and she brings up her daughters
In the same way.
It Is rumored In the near future an enter
tainment In the cause of sweet charity will
bo given at the Coliseum , something on the
plan of the Society Circus of last year , al
though on a moro elaborate scale , and will
enlist the services of several hundred people
In Honor of Her Ciiis H.
Ono of the most brilliant dancing parties
of the season was given last Wednesday
at Morand's by Miss Georgle Krug in honor
of her friends , the Misses Lindsay and
llatton of St. Louis. The hall was very
prettily decorated with palms and nstors
The table In the balcony , from which re
freshments were served , also looked very
pretty.
Miss Krug received In n pretty gown of
pink brocaded silk , trimmed In pink roses
nhd pearl trimmings Miss Lindsay were a
charming gown of white organdie over
white satin. Miss Hatton were a striking
gown of pink silk.
The Invited gupsts wera : Mr. and Mrs
Hughes , Mr. and Mrs. Gremmel , Mr. and
Mrs Davenport , Mr. and Mrs Packard , Mr
nnd Mrs Bradbury , Mr. and Mrs. Pal-
matler. Mr. and Mrs. Krug. Mr. and Mrs
Schneider , the Misses Bowie. Furay. Orcott ,
Rye Orcutt , Baumer , Callnhan , KInslcr ,
Wcllor , Bates , Danlelson from Fremont ,
Knox , Althaus , Fowler , Coon , Rich , Ken
nedy , Aycrs , Coad , Wymnn , Ainold , Sargent ,
LeInner , nnd Messrs Dlackwell , Beaten Al
Beaten , Sargent , Coad , Madden , Jensen ,
Hartley. Will Coad. Sharp , Ewlng. Cock ] ell
Lee , Purvis , Krug. Boyd , Colt. McConuell ,
Wltman , Jones , Hnskcll , Boudlnot , Fergu
son , Tale , Cooloy. Raymond. Arter , McGinn ,
Bookmlller , Balduff.McCarty , Werner ,
Messrs. May , Thomas and Pohl of Fremont.
The party was chaperoned by Mesdames
Krug and Packard.
MlHNON Slialilu niitrrtalll.
Ono ot the most enjoyable parties of the
past week was that given by the Ml.ises
Shalda at their residence , 1313 loutn Twelfth
street , last Tuesday evening. The Invited
Kuosts were ushered Into the tastefully fur
nished parlor upon their arrlvil nn 1 were
made to feel that they worn truly wolc-ome
on this occasion. A handsome hoquet was
piesented to each of the party , which under
the soft evening rays of the shaded lights
combined to make a very attractive si cue.
Cards and dancing formed a very Interest
ing feature of the evening's program , in
terspersed with some choice musical selec
tions , which weie well rendered , Refresh
ments were served , consisting of the usual
delicacies served on such occasions Misses
Anna , Lottie , Joslo and Bob Shalda proved
themselves to bo very clever entertainers ,
ona the party was ono of real enjoyment to
fill.
fill.Among
Among these present were1 Ida Ilho.iles ,
Jj. Kcrz , Mrs. C. Rces of Bonapart , la , Mr
nnd Mrs J. W. Bouk , Mr. Fred Haver , Mr
Thad Irlon , Mr. Harry RCPS ot Bonapart ,
la. ; Mr. W. C , Bouk , Misses Shalda.
M % t ' \\iYlioiit TlM-lr lllHliop.
Much to the disappointment of Mr , C , F
AVoller anil the friends Invited to dine with
him , Bishop Newman missed his train at
Des Molncs Tuesday and the assembled com.
pnny was compelled to enjoy the excellent
dinner prepared for U by Mra. Wcller
without tha guiat of honor. After dining tha
guests vvcro very pleasantly entertained
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In men's wear at low prices we are ex
clusive agents.
Albert Cahn ,
1322 Famam
w Ith ( Oiolcc selections of music by Miss
AVellcr and Mr. McCune.
These present wore' Rev , J. D. Maxfletd.
A. T Rector L D Fowler Frank Porter ,
< ' . Vf. Delamatro , 0 N Davenport , H. S
Wcller , Rev Dr Sanderson , J H. Macom-
ber , O P. Wedge , Judge J J Fawcctt , Ed
I'arnielto , Will McCune , A. H Jaqulth , Dr.
J J. McClaln , Rv. J. L Plcrson , M. M.
lUmlln. C. C Troxell. Major R. S. Wllcor ,
A. S. Cost. Bl.'liop Newman arrived Wednes
day morning and spent the morning at the
T'ATton hotel when he welcomed his many
friend" HP left at noon for Oakland , Xpb
thincc to Corydon , In , returning to the
cast before he starts for his new hemp in
San Franclsio
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llnni'liiK1 I'nrl ) tor I'coK.
In honor of their daughter , Helen , who
soon iraiimcs - her studies at Miss Rice's
school In Chicago Mr and Mrs E P. Peck
KUVC n pretty Informal dancing party on
Wednesday evrnlng to thf members cf the
Happy Moments club At 11 o'clock refresh
ments weio served In the dining room ,
nnd although a farewell all voted It a most
delightful entertainment.
Those piesent were Misses Hoagland ,
Bessie Towla , May Hamilton , Florence
Morse , Salda Allen Leila Carter , Rowena
Hlgglnson A da line Nash Jatlp Schuldlcp ,
Jllss Preston of Chicago , May lit Schuldlre ,
Anna Shlverlck , Helen Mlllard. Florence
Kllpntrlck Gcitrudo Kountre , McAusland
Elizabeth Peck. Helen Peck , and Messrs
Mo'tur Colpcter Arthur Carter. Roy Crum-
mr-r , Patterson of West Point. Will Cowln.
Ross Tow IP. Harry Llndsey , Ezra Mlllard ,
Asa Shlvcrlck , Henry Allen , Charlie Pratt ,
Fred Nash , Harry Lyman , Wallace Lyman ,
Hnl Yatcs , Fred Hamilton , Jim Wallace ,
Dell Smith , Paul Ludington , Hal Shears ,
Ralph Conncll , Morseman and Smith
Siiritrls - for Hurry ll - 'M
Among the many enjoyable events chroni
cled last week the surprlHc party tcndired
Mi Harry Rcrs of Bonapart , la , was one
that proved to bo n genuine surprise In
every particular , being very cleverly planned
und carried out The party wna given .it
the residence of Mies R Martin Cards
were provided foi those who did not d.ince ,
and social conversation , mingled vvl'h tcv-
eial vocal and Instrumental pieces , aide !
In making up an evening of real pleasure
for all. During the evening a most suptrb
luncheon was served
Those composing the partv VVPIO Ml. and
Mrs C M Rawltzer , Mrs Rces of Bonipirt ,
la , Harry Rces of Bonapart , la ; Charles
Fries , W C Bouk Tom Taylor , Miss Trilby
Cofman , George Fries. Miss Henrietta Fries ,
Bertha Allen , Nell Uarnum , Mr. Sam Klrsch-
berg of Canada , Mr. Thad Irwln , Mr. Will
Collins , Mr nnd Mrs J W Douk , Lott'c '
Shaldi , John Harris Kate Doughei'y. Ada
Bargcr , Barbara Shalda , Rosa Martin ,
May mo Rawltzer.
Dm iM-Kcuriilor
At the residence of the bride's parents In
West Liberty , la. , on September 2 , occurred
the marriage of Kate Bell Rcgnler and Wil
liam Ersklne Davis of Omaha The double
parlors were prettily decorated for the oc
casion In smilax and aBtcrs. Little Irma
Evans acted as flower girl , Miss Alberta
Regnlcr as bridesmaid and Mr Will Rejahl
as best man. Rev. Langtlt of the Presby
terian church performed the ceremony An
elegant wedding collation was served In
the dining room. Over 100 guests wcie
present
Those from abroad were : Mr. and Mis
TriiMlcll and daughter , Davenport ; Mr Love
lace , lown City ; Mrs Will Bovvlby , Rock
Island , Mr. and Mrs Addleman , Muscatlne ,
Mr and Mrs John Hudson , Muscatlne ; Mrs.
Harry Smally , Muscatlne ; Mr. and Mrs
Bradley , Iowa City ; Mr. George Bradley ,
Iowa City ; Mr. Lee Bradley , Iowa City.
After October 15 Mr and Mrs Davis will
bo at home at 4224 Burdette street , Omaha.
l rotril n. DrllRlitrul i\-iiliiK- .
On Wednesday evening last , Miss Anna
nnd Mr. Ernest Schroeder entertained a
number of their friends at their home on
South Tenth street. A most delightful
pvenlng It proved for all.
Those present were : Marlnh Valentine ,
Anna Nordwall , Rose Hlckstcln , Minnie
Hickstcln , Fra.icls Dillman , Clara Snyder ,
Alma Andreen , Emma Kent , Anna Pomy ,
Dora Pomy , Liura Jordan , Emma Gentle
man. Clara Gentleman , Emma Nester ,
Louise , Pauline nnd Anna Schroeder ; Messrs.
Joe Kent , George Helmrod , Ed Rlngquest ,
John Dolan , William Eck , Einest Powell ,
Frank Shlbsbcy , Hcniy Eck , Gus Andrucn ,
Olnf Nordwall , Philip Nester , Henry Nester ,
Henry Pomy , Ernest Schroeder.
Anreim Clul ) IIn tfrlll IIIH.
The Aurena club gave Its opening social
and dance at the club rooms last Saturday
evening and It was voted a great success
Refreshments were served at midnight and
dancing was In progiess until morning.
The following were present Misses A
Howar , L. Howar , Barta , C. Bird , L Bird ,
Sorenson. Endecott , Schroeder , Sohl , Vanna ,
A Kessler , T. Kcislcr , Sundblad , Nelson ,
Htldebrand , Mortenson , and Messrs Scott ,
Kahl , Astlcford , Svvanson , Olllver , Kessler ,
Sohl , Llckcrt , Spousdaht , R. Johnson , J.
Johnson , P. Mattern , Hildcbrand , Cook , Mac-
Donald. The reception committee wasC. .
C. Sundblad , G. Meyers , W. C. Sundblad , J.
Klossncr , C. Nelson.
Mm. ( ircoiio'x KrnxliiKtoii.
Mrs. J M. Greene gave a konslngton last
Wednesday In honor of her visiting friends ,
Mrs Frank Roach of Norfolk and her sister ,
Miss Keefo of Clinton , la. , and Mrs. P.
J , Qunley and sister of Rock Springs , Wyo.
These present were Mesdames Schradon ,
J Orcevey. H. Johnson , J. McCaffery , P
Manning , A. Murphy and Miss Llzzlo Quo-
ley , Mcsdames D. Karrell , D Foiegan , G.
Forcgan and Misses A Foregan , D Mercer ,
Pateagnllo , M. J. Mullen , Julia Mullen , C.
Clifford , Margaret Heolan , Nelllo Huelan
Piizes vvcrfa won by Mrs , P. J. Qualey and
Mrs. J Gieevey ,
"UiiHlc nt a lCt > iiNlnt7tnn.
The last of a series of Kensingtons that
the young people have bq.cn holding ( lining
thHr summer vacation was given by Miss
Blanche Pray. The vocal numbers rendered
by Miss Blanche and Adrian Walker were
unusually good and would have done credit
to older pupils. Refreshments were served
at 5 o'clock. The guest of honor was Mm.
George Pray.
Those present were Misses Blanche and
Adrian Walker , Joslo Parkins , Dot Stoiio ,
Katie Scott and Blanche Play.
Holt Anil dull HrorKiuilzcN.
The Bon Anil club , which Is composed of
about fifty of Omaha's most exclusive so
ciety people , will EOOII meet to arrange for
the Benson's social pleasures. Hitherto It
his been the custom of the club to meet at
the residence of Its president some tlmo In
GOT A HiAlA < 'IIIU-
1'iobably caused l > y eye overvvoik
nlne-ti'iiths of Ihe headaches are enuM'il
by the eyes something wrouj ; vve'u-
here to repair that wions our expert
optician can lit you with glasses that
will slv your eyes a lest that's what
they need little eyis defects jrrow to
bu blu ones If not propel ly and
promptly attended to.
Aloe & Penfold Co
1408 Fartmtn
the early fall nnd arrange a program for
the winter. The president usually enter
tains the club first , then every two weeks
thereafter It Is entertained at the home of
some member. Cards , dancing , etc. , arc the
amusements enjoyed
In Mrs L. J. Drake , who has formerly
been Its president , the club loses one of
Its most valued nnd active member ! ) Mrs
George W Holdrcgo will be president for
the coming year , In fact , all rpoves In the
direction of arrangements by thp members
have been delayed , awaiting Mrs Hold-
rege's return from Dome Lake It Is safe
to predict that the coming season will dupli
cate If It does not surpass the social en
tertainments given by the club last year.
mill
The- betrothal of Miss Matilda Kahn to
Mr. William Merger of Manning , la. , Is
announced
Frank S Lyons and Miss Ethel M Cherry
wrrp married September 19. 1898 , nt the
residence of Rev. Charles W. Savldge
Hans P Larscn and Miss Jennie Campln
were married Friday , September IS at the
residence of the officiating minister , Charles
W. Savldge
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of .Mr Edgar M Carter of this city nnd
Miss Faulkner , daughter of Senator Faulk
ner , at Martcnsburg , W Va. , early In Oc
tober.
Mr Thomas Dowd and Miss Jane McNnlr
werp married Wednesday , September 1C , at
the homo of the bride's parents , 4417 North
Thirty-first avenue , Rev Charles W. Sav
ldge officiating.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Shlentcr
and Mr James F Brennan Is announced
for Wednesday morning , September 23 at
S o'clock , at St Joseph's church , Seven
teenth nnd Center streets.
The marriage of Mr Harry V Ilurklcy of
this city to Miss Mary Angela Wlckham ,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. 0 P Wickham of
Council Bluffs , will occur Wednesday even
ing , September 30 , at St. Francis Xnvlcr's
church , Council Bluffs.
The wedding of Miss Dorothy Specht of
this city to Mr F W Peters of St Louis
was celebrated Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock
In the presence of the Immediate family
The ceremony was performed by Rev A J
Turkic. The brldo and groom left on the
afternoon train for Kansas City and
points east They will take up their resi
dence In St LouU , where the groom Is en
gaged In business , and will be at home to
their friends October 1 at 2217 St. Louis
avenue , St Louis
Married , on September 10 , at the residence
of the bride's mother , Mr. H Rowley and
Mis. Nettle Hazelton , Rev R. C
Rowley , of Brooks , la , grandfather of
the groom , olllclatliig These present were
Mr. E. W Allen , Charles Thlescn , Misses
Jean and Minnie Berg , Mr. and Mrs J
Benson , Miss Borders , Miss Jeasop , Mrs
Hulett , Miss Bessie Hulett , Mr Rlggen , Mr
J T. Byinc , Mr. and Mrs M. Haselton , Miss
Carrlo Schaller , Master Benson Haselton ,
Mr and Mrs. R. C Rowley.
Mr Paul William Kuhns and Miss Grace
Virginia Detwller , who Is a favorite among
a large circle of friends , were married at
the residence of the bride's mother , Mrs
Matilda A Detwller , 304 North Twenty-sec
end street , on Tuesday at C p m Owing to
the sickness of the bride's sister the wed
ding was very quiet , only the Immediate
relatives being present. Rev. H. W Kuhns
D D. , the groom's father , performed the
ceremony , assisted by the brother of the
groom , Rev. Luther M Kuhns Mr. and
Mrs Kuhns will visit In the eastern cities
for a few weeks After November 1 they
will be at home to their friends at 2429
Franklin street , this city.
Last Thursday ev Piling Miss Maude , eldest
daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis at Sumler-
land. was united In marriage to Mr. Frank
lin A. French nt the home of the bride's
parents at 181G North Twenty-first street.
The bridal party , consisting of the contractIng -
Ing parties , with Mr. J. N. Martin and
Mlsa Maude Rennle , as groomsman and
bridesmaid , entered the parlois to the strains
of the bridal march from Lohengrin , played
by Mrs. T. F. Sturgess , and Rev. H A.
Barton of the Se < rfarl ( Street Methodist
Episcopal church , performed the ceremony
The "house was beautifully decorated with
foliage plants , ferns and cut flowers. The
lirlde wore a gown of white China silk ,
trimmed with Spanish lace , and carried a
largo bouquet of bride's roses About fifty
guests were present from Omaha and Coun
cil Bluffs After congratulations , refresh
ments were served. The mairlage was
quite a surprise to the many friends of the
young couplr. Mlbs Sunderlnnd was born
In Omaha , and has always made this city
her home. After October 1 Mr. and Mrs
French will be at homo nt 1830 North Twen-
ty-tlist street. _
Illllls tllllt hOOIl AVII1 JilONNOlll.
Miss Florence Morse , daughter of Mr. and
Mrs W V. Morse , Is a pretty , rather slen
der brunette. Miss Morse has considerable
artistic ability , Is a graceful dancer and Is
n great favorite among her friends.
Miss Frances V. Gilbert , daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George I Gilbert , Is a stylish , slen
der girl , of the blonde type , and Is essen
tially an Omaha girl , having been born and
educated here She plays the banjo and
paints well. Although formally launched In
the social world , she will continue her art
studies
A tall stately girl with hair of Titian
shade and large dark eyes , Is the daughter
Mr. and Mrs C. W Hamilton will Intro
duce to their friends some time In October.
Miss Hamilton Is also a graduate of an
eastern convent. She Is an enthusiast on
out-door sports , plays tennis , skates , nnd Is
a fine equestrienne.
A very earnest , womanly little woman Is
Miss Elizabeth Peck , eldest daughter of
Mr and Mrs. E. P. Peck. A brilliant bru
nette , of medium height , with a great deal
of pose , a well modulated voice and w In
ning manner. She Is a fine French scholar
and pleasing conversationalist , and Is sure
to have hosts of friends ,
Hiss Adallno Nash , daughter of Mr. and
Mrs , E W. Nash , will bo ono of the most
popular buds of the season. Mlas Nash has
been educated In one of the eastern convents ,
She U a blonde , but not of a very pronounced
type. She Is a fine French scholar , and
plays the harp. She lias the additional ad
vantage of two married sisters , Mrs. Henry
Cartan and Mrs L. F Crofoot , who will
doubtless do some entertaining for her.
KimrlloiiH ( lint I line 1'anNeiL
A delightful luncheon was given yester
day by Mlbs Hoagland In honor ot Mrs.
Smith and Miss Johnson of St. Joseph , Mo.
An Informal chafing dish supper was
given Wednesday evening last by Mrs.
George I. Gilbert In honor of her nephew ,
James L. Gilbert of Kansas City , Mo. The
guests vvero' Misses Grace Alien , Plnnoy of
Council Bit its Mabel Barber , Frances Gil
bert ; Messrs. Herbert Plnney , Council
1,19 TliS IU5IM3AT IT
While we don't make much noise
we nevertheless # o rltfht ahead .selling
carpets don't have to "holler" our
( litallty aloiitf with the new anil elegant
fall designs we are showing attract the
people and hell the piods Ihht wo BUI
the quality and desJjjn then make the
pi lee tint's aa low IIH the quality will
allow.
Omaha Carpet Co.
1515 DfldgC
lllufTe , L P Miller W Hopkins , Dr 0. n.
Ollbrrt , Mf ana Mrs.V. . L. Allen and Mrs.
I ) P. Miller
An enjoyable d ie was given last
Thursday EMtHBIng "At Moranil'8 by the
ladles of the Woman's Relief corps of the
Grand Army of the Jlepubllc. The enter
tainment Tvas Tinder the charge of Mrs
Laura Johuson and Mrs. Annie Helns.
In honor of Miss Crounsc. Miss Webster
gave a chafing dish supper Thursday even-
Ing. There were present Mrs Crounse
Miss Cady , Miss Palmer , Miss Umlspy , Mrs
Powell. Mrs Webster. Miss Webster. Mr
Hamilton , Major Crowdcr , Mr Penn , Mr
Ht'th , Mr Howell Mr. Ualdrldge and Mr
Harry I.ymjni
rollowlngia dinner at "Forest Hill" Tuea-
daj evening In honor of Miss Preston of
Chicago , Miss Kountzc entertained her
gupils later nt a theater party at the
Crclghton The party , which was chap
eroned by Mr. and Mrs Samuel Hums and
Mr Herman Kountzc , was composed of
Miss Preston , Miss Mlllard , Miss Taylor ,
Miss Palmer , Miss Crounse. Miss Kountze ,
Mr Crclgh , Mr Cow In. Mr Morsman , Mr
Pratt , Mr. Uattln find Mr. Harry Lyman
A largo party of Omaha people went over
to Olenwood la , Wednesday to attend the
npple carnival at that city They vero
Dr Wormsley anil wife Mrs W. W
Kvoretts , J. II Dumont and wife , George
A. Wllcox and wife , J. A Kuller , Mrs H
If Ualdrlgp , Mrs I Ollchrlst Mrs J II
DanHs and daughter , Mrs Coman Miss
Umlly ritller. Mrs M A Puller , Mrs
Householder. Mlas - Ada Wright , Will
Wright , A M Claik. besides many others
A delightful musical and dancing party
was given last Krldav evening by Mlsa Nel
lie Toad nt hei home. " 811 Varnam street
After Homo excellent Instrumental ami
vocal music dancing was enjoyed by the
joung folks. There weie present Mrs
Sllmpson of Pueblo , Misses Maude Dlnllson
of Kremont , May Llndsey and May Hamilton
of St Louis , Georgia King , Nelllo Coad ,
Mts J P Coad , Jr. Charles Hcaton , Jaj
lloyd , Curtis Hartly , Hdwnrd V Krug , Will
Coad , Mark Coad and John G Manor of
Chadron
A children's party was given Wednesday
afternoon bj Mrs. W C Held , 2315 North
Tiventy-elghth avenue , for her daughter ,
Iluth , and son , Meredith Refreshments
were served and each of the little partlcl
pants was given as a souvenir a tiny doll
dressed In colored ribbons Those attend
ing were Llda Hiengle , Anna Neble , Htlicl
Stafford , Nina. Mat shall , Gladys Slmms , Nel
llo Church , Mailo N'lesmann. Mary Hoqers ,
iSi'lby Hrengle , Habj Neble , Hobert Snyder ,
Kddy Tuary , Allen and Ephy Harwich.
Last Ticsday afternoon Mrs J C Oullcu
gave a delightful little birthday party In
honor of hrr daughter NormVs 3d birth
day. The little folks after thoroughly en
joying then-selves during the afternoon with
toys and games were seated around tables
where they partook of the mauy good
things whichhad been prepared for them
Those present were Norma Gullen , Pauline
Langpaul , Madge Thompson , Venice Ilaite
Uertha Welland , Uthel Hill , Hazel Ilartcly
Helen Vom Wcg , JIarenie Burchmore , Violet
Hurchmore , Earle Eddy. rreddlo Meyer
Clarence Nelsoil , Hey Swanson , Ilarry
Swan-.on.
A delightful luncheon was given Thurs
day by Mrs John Hess In honor of her sis
ter , Mrs Robert Cralgo of Indianapolis. It
was IIOVP ! aiirf entertaining Framed In au
tumn leaves of jellow , red and green was
a rebus , when rendered In plain English
read , "Ak-Sai-Ben Lunch " The lunch con
sisted of jellow cake and red leu cream
served on pale green plates , and to give a
political significance gold and silver cake
was served vIth coffee in gold banded
cups. Each woman departed with a pretty
boutonler of the rojal colors of Nebraska
thanking their hostess for theli happy en-
tci taiumcnt.
1'rnplf Who Co in < mill Co.
E W. Dewey arrived In the city last
w cek.
Mrs J. A. ITannan icturncd Friday from
Hockford , If I ,
Lleutenaittj nd Mrs. Wllklns left for Des
Motnes last -weclr.
Mrs T. 1) Davis returned from Chicago
Thursday morning
Miss Alma Urlau has been visiting friends
In St. Joseph , Mo _ ,
Mr. KdgaVlMiCdrtsr Is the- guest of his
brother , W. A. Carter.
Miss Eva Kcnnard returncil to her school
In St. Louis yesterday.
Miss Rowena Hlgglnson leaves for her
school In Chicago today.
Miss Helen Peck returned to Miss Rice's
school In Chicago today.
General Amos J. Perry and Mrs. Perry
were In the city Thursday.
Miss Edna Cow In returns to her school In
Utlca some time this week.
Mr. II A. Doud returned Thursday from a
short visit to Nebraska City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wlgman are now
located at 1810 Dodge street.
Miss Elizabeth Allen left Sunday last to
resume her studies at La Salle.
Mrs. D. C. Shelly of Chicago Is the guest
of her mother Mrs M Brennan.
Mr. R W. Dreckenrldge has returned from
an extended eastern trip yesterday.
Mr. J. N. Hendrlc , who has been sick for
the past week , Is slowly recovering.
Lieutenant Pickering of Fort Keogh Is
stopping In the city for a few days.
Lieutenant and Mrs James Murray Arra-
smlth left Saturday for Fort Harrison.
Mrs. G. M. Hitchcock and children returned -
turned from Hayfleld on Wednesday last.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lyle Dickey re
turned Wednesday from a trip to Denver.
Mr. Jim Wallace has been spending a few
days In Omaha before going on to Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. n F. Weaver have taken up
their residence at the Murray for the win
ter.
ter.Mrs. . Shannon , of Fort Custer Is the guest
of her parents , Mr. and Mrs , A. J. Popple-
ton.
Captain D , B Welpton returned -Sunday
from a successful hunting trip near Ilrokun
Bow.
Bow.Mr.
Mr. John C. Whaiton has returned from
a trip of three weeks through the lake re
gion.
gion.Miss
Miss O'Rourko has returned homo after
a two months' visit In Milwaukee and Chi
cago.
After a summer's outing In Colorado , Mr ,
Julius Itosciuwolg haa returned to his
duties
John R. Webster has returned from his
trip to New York , Philadelphia and Wash
ington.
Captain W. H Beck , agent for the AVlnno-
bago and Omaha Indians , apcnt Thursday In
Omaha ,
Mrs. F. G. Fleming and two sons , Masters
Earl and Fred.will leave this week , for her
future home In Sioux City , ufter an extended
visit with her parents , Mr , and Mrs. R.
ff"
y x
jAiiis' : sunns FOR ij .oo
Monday wo place on h.ile the best
vnlm > In ft ladles' ยง 2.00 shoe ever hlmwn
In this city It la miulu on an extreme
razor toe last and has a style that will
In ovrry way compute with the S.'MKi
and ? 1.K ( ) bhpes and for wervlcc It IB
butler than lots of those that hell In
other stort'H lor i UXJ-lt'H a hhilme to
sell Mich hhoi-H for # 2.00 but wo eau't
help It that's our wny.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Famam
Forbes. She will be accompanied by her sin
ter , Ethel } n.
Mrs Dewey nnd Miss tcucy are at the
Aberdeen , St. Paul , Minn. , for the fall
months.
Will Manchester , after a six weeks' trip
to the Adlrondacks and eastern cities , has
returned.
Dr George R Gilbert left yesterday on a
short business trip in the western part of
the state
Mr Hoxle Clark , who was the guest of
Omaha friends last week , has returned teSt
St Louis
Mrs Arthur Pelton , wife of the editor of
the 'Woolblne Chronicle , Is visiting Miss C
L Carues.
Mr and Mrs William Wallace and daugh
ters have returned from an extended visit
to Canton , 0
Mr E M Andrecsen has taken ono of Mr
Warren Rogers' houses at 2708 Famam
for the winter
Mrs Gcorgo Marples has returned to her
home after a two months' absence at Slid-
tei Island. N Y.
Mrs nnd Miss Rlngwnlt have returned
from Orosse Isle , where they have been
spending the summer
Miss Hurko of Chicago spent nn hour with
friends In Omaha Thursday , while on her
way to Salt Like City.
Mr Arthur P Gulou left Thursday for an
extended trip through the west. In the hope
of recovering his health.
Lieutenant Hiram McLemore Powell has
gene down to Port Leavenworth to take hlb
examination for promotion
Miss Marguarlto Preston , who has been a
guest for a fortnight at "Forest Hill" re
turns tomorrow to Chicago
Mr nnd Mrs E W Peck accompany thole
diitghtcr , Miss Helen , and Miss Rowena
Hlgt'lnson to Chicago today.
Mr , Fred A. Schaefer has taken n two-
weeks' vacation nnd Is visiting his uncle , L.
G Hcybrock. In Salt Lake City.
Miss Frances V. Gilbert has recently re
turned from Fort Yatcs , where RMO was the
guest of Captain and Mrs W J Turner.
Mr George Palmer , who has been spend
ing several months In Germany , France and
the British Isles , returned home Friday
lion A. J Poppleton , who has been quite
111 since the first of the mouth , Is now re
ported to be In a more assuring condition.
Mrs Stlmpson of Pueblo , Colo. , who has
been the guest of Mrs Coad for the past
three weeks , left for her home yesterday.
Miss Nettle W Collins , who has been
spending the summer at Saratoga Springs ,
N Y , Is the guest of Mr John Collins
Mr and Mrs Henry Plllsbury of Mon-
mouth. Ill , arc \lslting with the family of
G S Carncs , Eighteenth and Grace streets
Mr William I. Battluvho has been 111
the greater part of the summer , Is suffi
ciently recovered to return to college this
evening
MUs Griffin , who has been spending her
vacation with her grand parents , has re-
tuined to school at the Convent of Our
Lady , nt Neola , la.
Mrs. AV H. Murray , who has ( been visit
ing in Buffalo , N. Y , the family of Dr
Lorton , formerly of Omaha , Is spending a few
weeks with friends In New Haven , Conn
Captain Townsend and wife , Mrs William
Tonnsend and Miss Bessie Townsend left
the city yesterday for a trip to Illinois and
Wisconsin that will extend over seveial
weeks
Miss Estelln K. Forbes , a graduate of the
Nebraska School for the Deaf , left Sunday
evening for Gallandet college , Kendall
Green , Washington , D. C. , to take a four
veais' course
After an extended trip abroad , Mr. and
Mrs Truman Buck returned to Omaha yes
terday. Miss Buck , who accompanied them ,
remains foi a few weeks to visit with
friends In the east.
Mr and Mrs Charles H. Townsend and
daughter Bessie left Omaha on Friday for
a visit to St. Paul , stopping on the way to
visit relatives in Chicago , Milwaukee and
other points Mrs W. D Townsend accom
panied them as far ns Chicago , where she
will visit n few weeks.
i-iioM OM'AliAs simimns.
A daughter was born Friday to Mr. and
Mrs. Llllienstople.
Mr and Mrs. McCormlck of Omaha have
taken the house formerly occupied by Mrs
Grey and family.
The Ladles' Aid society met Thursday
afternoon at 2 10 o'clock at the home of
Mrs S Flnlayson.
Miss Carrie Hollow ay of Plattsmouth was
the guest last week of her cousin , W. C
Mulfoid nnd family.
A meeting of the cabinet of the Epworth
league will be held Monday evening , Sep
tember 21 , at the home of Mr. Tindell.
A small blaze was caused last week by
the explosion of n gasoline stove at the
home of William Ilackman. It was soon
extinguished and no damage was done.
Rev. Joseph Nlcholls of the Christian
church of Omaha held services at the town
hall Sunday evening. Services will be held
at the same place by him at 7 30 o'clock
this evening.
The I. A. H. clrclo met at the Methodist
Episcopal church Friday evening. After
the hour of business the little folks were
entertained by F. M. Wntenpaugh , who
gave them an Interesting sketch of his
travels In the west.
A silver rally was held at the town hall
Friday evening. Judge Duffle of Omaha waste
to address the meeting. A substitute ap
peared in his place , who spoke to the small
audience principally about the "crime of
73 , " calamity and Mark Hanna and a $118-
000 mortgage controlling the actions of Mo-
Klnloy.
Mr Mulford had n dangerous experience
while lighting up the church for the Ep
worth league meeting Sunday evening. The
blu7o of one of the largo brass lamps ran
down Into the oil and In a second a flame
shot upward , While it was thus burning
Mulford carried the lamp to the church
door and threw It out.
LINCOLN'S hOOIAL M1M3.
LINCOLN , Sept. 19 ( Special ) A very
pretty event of the past week was the mar-
rlago of Mlsa Margaret L Barnes to Charles
L. Jones , which occurred last Wednesday
evening nt the home of the bride's parents ,
Mr , and Mrs John W. Barnes , 545 R t > trret ,
Rev , Mr. Mailey of David City officiat
ing. Tliu bride looked sweet , gowned In
white organdie , tilmmed tastily In white
satin and tarrying a bunch of stephanotls
Master Heibcrt Holborn , dressed In whlto
duck , preceded the wedding party , which en-
teied to the strains of the wedding march
played by Mis. D. A , Campboll. Misses
I PKN PICTURES : PL.E1ASA.NTIAY ff"y AND
WKMIH AI.WAVH III.OWIIVG
About those Kliulmll pianos we've
been Helling for twenty-live jeans got
a i IK lit lo blow they're the inoM satis
factory Instutinent eveii. Hold II'B n
pleasure for HH to wll them then the
pi leu It. rljilit that 'imUtw tliein easy
to. hell sometimes ! \ve jret all cash but
vut will sell them on easy t n ins too
no use to hu without a piano.
A. Hospe , Jr ,
Music and Art. 1513 DotlglftS
Josle Touttclot nnd Haliy .To .PS were
bridesmaids und Krsklne Il.u nca nctrd as
groomsman After the marrlAgn ceremony
the three sisters of 'he bilde , Mrs Charles
Carpenter of York , Mrs. I'liarlcBoyle ot
Falls City and MM. I ) \ Campbell sang the
trio from Lohengrin hciutlfullj- After con
gratulations an elrennt widJIng Mipper was
served In the dining room , which was deco
rated In smllax and La Franco rosca About
tlnran en.iadc
this limp tin old-fashioned
struck up on the outside , which was soon
sllpiiced by an Invitation to the musicians
to partake of rrtirnlunMits Brforo the
pvenlng wag over , Mr ,1 B Ferguson on be
half of a few neighbors dropped In ind pre
sented the newly mnrripd couple with a
very handsome oak rocking chair Many and
sincere were the well wishes trndcit'd Mr
nnd Mra Jones Dr O 11 Damps of Wnr-
renvllle , 111 . was pioicnt
Mrs E II Eddv an 1 her little daughter
returned to the city Wednesday from a
visit with her mother at her old hemp In
Michigan Dr. Eddy and family have but
recently returned from n ycnr's travel
nbroad The doctor has been In Lincoln
somn time. .
Prof R B. Owens has returned from Chicago
cage where he has spent the mimmcr nnd
will resume his duties ns the head ot the
electrical department of the University of
Nebraska
Miss Dorrance Harwood returned from
Syracuse- Wednesday She has been visit
ing at the home of Miss Sinoyer. who lives
on n farm four miles from Syracuse
Captain Mnmford and wife of Omaha arc
In the city this week Mrs Mutitfonl Is the
guest of Mrs F W Broxvn The captain Is
with his company , the Omaha Guards
The young ladles of the Delta Gamma fra
ternities held a meeting Friday afternoon nt
the homeof Mls- < Joy Webster , where plans
for the winter were discussed.
Lieutenant Governor and Mrs R E Moore
have returned from their trip abroad The
entile summer wns spent In sightseeing In
England and Europe
Mrs F D. Stone , who has been visiting
her sister , Mrs J. H McMurtry. all summer ,
returned to her homo In Louisville , Ky ,
Tuesday afternoon
Captain and Mrs. Gtillefoylc , who have
spent the last three months at Lake Mnckl-
nac and In Canada , returned home Wedncs
day morning
Miss Maud Oakley went to Omaha Tiles
day to spend the day nnd make arrange
ments for her fall course of musical study.
Mr and Mts P. Tallcrneau ot Alliance
were the guests of Mr and Mrs Haiper on
Sixteenth and R streets a few days this
week. l
Mr nnd Mrs S P Hardy of Vlctoila , Neb .
are visiting with the families of H. W.
Hardy and R. C Manley.
Mrs C. J Gullmette has ictiirned from
Chicago and Now York , where she has been
for two weeks
Dr White , who occupies a part of the chair
of chemistry In the State university , re
turned this week
Mrs Jacocks of Alma , Neb . will visit
with her sister. Mrs J. A. Buckstaff , for sev
eral weeks.
Miss Giaco Oakley returned Tuesday from
n two weeks' visit with friends In Omaha.
Miss Jessie Leland spent last Sunday In
Hastings with her friend , Miss Myrtle
Brown.
Mrs H. II Shcdd of Ashland is visiting
Mrs. S. E. Upton.
Mr and Mrs J. A. Elam went to St. Louis
Tuesday.
Mrs L. M. Caho btarted Tuesday for Cold-
water , Mich ,
Mrs S. M. Ashby left Tuesday for Hous
ton , Tex.
_ _
Sirs H. S Ford will open her studio for
china painting and Water colors Monday ,
Sept. 21 , at 135 N. 32d ave. Tel. 1S39.
During the last week n new organization
has come Into existence in our mldbt which
bids fair to prove a power for good In the
development of home musical talent. H Is
the Omaha Musical society , which had Its
first meeting In Crclghton hall last Tuesday
evening , of which a full report appeared In
Wednesday's Bee The artists who come to
us from abroad bring to us the fruits ot
their training and expprlence , and in listenIng -
Ing to them we leain what they have ac
complished by careful and persevering
study , and we also learn what we may ac
complish If we will do the work , for wo are
loth to acknowledge that others are anymore
moro fortunately endowed by nature than
wo are. But It is Impossible for us to set
ourselves to the great work of pi operation ,
to face the years of study and experiment ,
the deprivation involved in devoting our
incomes none too large to the study of
music , without some outlook , without some
ray ot light piercing the clouds of uncer
tainty that lower over the future. We want
to see that our music , when It has been ac
quired , will bo of some UHO to us. We want
to feel that our fellow townsmen are In
sympathy with us and Interested In our
work. Wo want to feel that we are In
touch with them and they with us , and
that In our art we all find a bond of fellow
ship and an object of pride which shall
servo as a stimulus to continued exertion
on our part and of hearty and generous co
operation on theirs. We would like to know
that It Is not necessary to live In seine
other town to be well thought of , and we
want some chance to show what we can do.
The central reason for the existence of the
Omaha Musical society , and for that matter
of nil local musical organizations , Is to glvo
local singers and players Just that chance ,
and to glvo the public a chance to enjoy
them and encourage them , and , to keep
( .omo ot the money annually spent for
amusements , In the family. As It Is now
nearly all of It goes to the stranger who
lingers within our gates just long enough
to receive It If he la u foreigner he takes
It with him to his own country to buy lands
and build castles , and to help substantiate
his exaggerated stories of his wonderful as
cendancy over us
There is another phase of this musical
devolopnpiit iiil ) ) " " ' whldi Is Important , and
It but helps to prove that the principles
underlying all d > vcopmrnt | are the eutn1 If
one wishes to Increase the muscular power
of his arm ho nuts It , If ho allows It to hang
long enough by his side atrophy ensues , ami
ft becomes useless The same law holds
good In the domain of music As well un
dertake to become ) eloquent in a foreign
language , by studying Its grammar , syntax
and rules of composition , as to try to he
cnmo a great singer or player by simply
taking lessons Music Is a language which
ono pcraon spcak.s to another , and fluency
and eloquence are only to bo obtained by
actual practice. When ono Is In the
presence of an audience and appeals to It
by his singing or playing , ho begins tc
cateh a glimpse of real art. When he fecU
himself bound to hla lliiteners by Irresistible
JIOVT MiKI ) A 01,1)11 )
Or any poiionous compound to rid
jour house of lo.tehe.s and water IMIKH
the Decoy roach and water htiK trapH
vvti'io M'llliiK t - > cfiilH 'lot' " I'- '
cheaper quicker and licttei ( hey'ie
liarmliihs to eveiythluj : but loiu-liwi- .
and litiKs i-atiM ) yon no anxiety and
niiiki ! your home one lillhsfnl content
ment .seo the traps In our whitlow.
Kuhn's Drug Store ,
o. 15th & Douglas
I1 * !
Invisible bond * , ho know * what 11 Is d
to bo underflow ) . Lessons Are the means ,
and while they arc lessone they can never
bo thp end If the studio does not prepare
or.o for the choir , the platform or the stage.
II Is useless , hut the rofll artist I * never
developed but by the united aid of the
teirhoi and the public The now society
is Inti-ndpd to tip the goal toward which the
ambitious student shall ever press forward ,
nnd It la hoped that the tlmo will tomn
when to bo Invited to do solo work fit ona
of Its concerts will lip considered one of
the highest of local musical honors The
studio and the pupils' concert precede It ,
hut Its doors are to be p\er open to real
iiieiit , wherever It maj bo found
* *
Wednesday afternoon nnd evening the two
conn-its Ijy the Chicago Festival orchestra ,
under the direc'loil of Mr. Adolph Hoseu-
broker iilicadv mentioned In this column ,
will bo given at lloyd's theater. Two Inter
esting progiams hnvp been prepared vvhlch
seem to Indlo.itp that the rondmtor'B Idea
Is ( list , onti'ttaliiment and afterwards , ed
ucation People will ceitnlnly rnjoy n pro
gram In which there IK icasonablo variety.
We me nil awmp of this \vhpn MO sit down
to dinner and the program Is the menu.
The hrnd uml utiminrh are vety closely 10-
lated though not ahvnjs on the bent of
terms with i-neh other and It Is certainly
icasonnblo on the part of an audience to
demand \nrtety In the numbers of n mu
sical feast and that dlffoient tastes shall
have duo conUdcrntlon For the musician
Mi UosenbocUor has selected the "Peer Gjnt
Siillp , " by the gieulest of Norwegian com-
poscis Edward Gu-lg , and the overtures to
Rossini's opera , "William Tell , " nnd Wag
ner B ' Taunhauspi " The overturn to "Wil
liam Toll" was probably the greatest truly
operatic oveituio until Wagner wrote till
1 Tnunhauspr" The "Leonora" nnd "Fl-
dollo" overtures , while wilttcn for his ono
great opeia by Ilpelhoven , are really Inde
pendent pieces nml are not Included In thl
comparison. H will be Interesting to hear"
" \Vllllnm Toll" nnd "Tannhnuscr" side br
side in the same concert. '
For those who don't know Wagner from
Rossini , nnd don't want to , Mr Roscnbecker
has Ret down his own "llurllugton Route"
march and n lot of ballet music For the
love-sick swain nnd his beat girl are the
OMir-picRpnt "Intermezro , " by Mnsragnl , anil
' " " the devout
Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" For
vout , who Is seldom enticed Into n theater ,
llindd's wondpiftil "Largo" anil the Unch-
Gounod "Avo Mario" are provided
The orchestra will be assisted by Mrs A.
Sophia Mnrkee , who will slug nt the mntlnca
"ChniiBon Piovcncnle , " by Dell 'Acqun , mid _
the Mad Scene fronv "Lupin" this latter In
costume nnd In the evening the Polonalsa
fiom Mignon nnd the Mnd Scene from
"Hamlet " Whether 01 not this artist hna
a natural predisposition for mad scenes wilt
perhaps be demonstrated nt the conceits.
She certainly Is ambitious and brave.
* *
A private letter fiom Mrs. Cotton to a
friend In this city , dated nt London , August
30 , states that she will sail for her "aln
country" about September 3 , nnd expects to
arrive at home on the 26th. She reports
having had n splendid vacation and to have
gained much In health Omaha ones much
of Us present musical culture to Mrs Cot
ton , and after her return It will be the
pleasure of The Hoe to give to Its leaden
an account of her sojourn In Europe.
* * *
The orchestra which Mr. Hans Albeit it
organising has begun rehearsals In prepara
tion for the concerts to lia given this season. ,
A committee appointed by the Commercial
eluli to invpstlmte Its business foundation
and management has rendered a favoinMo
report and advised members to purchase
tickets. An oichestra is the greatest educator
cater In the musical resources of n city. It
is the highest achievement of 400 yeaia of
musical progiess , and much of the flncatt
music written by the greatest composers
is written for orchestra. The time must
certainly come In this country as It has
already come In Europe when every city
which values Ita position In art will have
Its own orchestra and Its own choral so
ciety. Mr. Hans Albert Is > n musician of cX-
porlence , having played under the baton of ,
Theodore Thomas. Some years ago ho or-
ganlzod an orchestra In this city and
brought It up to n high degree of proficiency ,
but the time- was not rlp6 for H null Its'
usefulness was cut short. The great ex-
pcnso Involved has prevented all but n vciy
few American cities from possessing an orv
chcstia , but it Is to be hoped tl at Its value
will soon be app celalod. and that some of
the money wasted in useless recreation may
be diverted to so noble a cause.
* *
The Omaha GIco club , composed of twen
ty-four selected male voices from Omaha
and Council Bluffs , under the direction of
Mr , L. A. Torrons , resumed -rehearsals
for the second season on last Tuesday even
ing and Intends giving several concerts , as
sisted by artists of national reputation , dur
ing the fall and winter. This Is the only
male- chorus in the city. Its present ofll-
ccrs arc1 Jules G. Lumbard , president ; Dan
H. Wheeler , jr , vice president ; Lovoll
Dunn , treasurer ; A. T. McPhcrson , secre
tary , and the follow ing are among Its mem
bers : Charles L Deuel. Luclen n. Copeland -
land , Joseph Baldrldgo , L H. Talc , H. B.
Payne , Otto Wolff , L C. Hayclton , Charles
Uundy , A. H. Flndlay , Hill Buchanan , W.
n Graham , R. W. Derrick. W. W. Grlgor ,
T. T , Kork of Omaha and I. M. Treynor ,
C. S. Havcretock , William Peacock , Gould
Murphy and Ashton of Council muffs.
HOMER MOORI3.
Miss Buttorfleld opens her studio for chin *
painting , 722 N. Y. Life , September 21.
Outer of ( litVinlil. .
Tomorrow evening the members and
friends of Myrtle lodge No 303 will hold a
social at their hall , over the Boston storo.
An Interesting musical program will bo
followed by dancing
Last evening a benefit ball was given by
Teutonla lodge No. 2C2 for the benefit of
the sick members of the lodge. The affair
was In every way a HUCCPSS.
Omaha lodge No 200 held a social last
Monday evening. A largo party of dancers
were present and voted the affair the most
enjoyable of the season , A goodly sum waa
icalhcd.
On and after Wednesday evening next
Banner lodge No 419 will meet In Sander's
hall , Twenty , fem tli and Cuming streets
Rlvcrvlow lodgu No. 421 , which holds Its
meetings In Keystone hall , Eighth and
Plercu streets , la contemplating moving to
larger quarters , as the growth of the ledge
lias been so great that the present ledge
room is too ( rowded for the proper per
formance of the work.
It doesn't matter much whether sick head
ache , Mlloiicnrsa , Indigestion and constipa
tion arc caused by neglect or by unavoidable
circumstances ; DcWItt's Little Early Fttaera
will sue Hy | | | euro them all.
PAR.AQRAPHB1Et 1
novr IIAVI : TO IHIAC
I'eople to our elegant candy pailor
the MveetnenH we Hull the tonrteouH
i'leiks atliaet everybody It'n a plean-
ure to jniiclniKu candles when you
luiow they me always fresh pure and
( lelidotw nmkliiK candy Is our htibha-hH
\v 'j alvvajH making up home novelty
wo HL-nd candy liy cvpreh.s-Hee how
wo do It In our window.
Bald uft' > Caterer ,
1520 Farnam

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