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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUXDAY , OCTOBER JG , 1898.
Bood Old Dame Wasn't ' One , Two , Three with Peace Jubilee. EVENTS OK THE WEEK WFRE FEW INDEED Axlilc from ruiiutlons In Conn ret I'in with UntPrtnliiinrtil ot I'rc lileiitn nntl AmliuiiHiulori anil Uonornln mill the I.lUc , l.lttlc li Done , The tremendous attractions at the Trans- tnlMlsslppI Exposition nnd the concomitant affairs down town proved too much for Dame Society laat week and she rnjoyccl very few events save those connected with the memorable Peace Jubilee. The brilliant , pageant that greeted Prcsl- ilent McKlnloy on his arrival hero gave an opportunity for Innumerable parties to vlaw the illuminated streets and floats from grand stands and ofllto wlndovva. Many of thew were followed by enjoyable supper parties. The receptions , banquets and luncheons given in honor of the moil distinguished guosta Omaha has tvcr entertained by them selves form one of the brightest periods In the history of the Goto City of the West as host. These affairs Were a part of the life of the society folk for more than a wecR and the representatives of the leading fami lies VVBTP kept busy assisting In the dctalU of entertainment. The good vvlvfls of the leaders of the Omaha club turned out and worked haid In beautifying the president's apartments and adorning the spacious halls and banquet rooms. They were also on baud with their carriages to convey the cabinet members and diplomats wherever they de sired to go. Some ot the notable guists were entertained at Omaha residences , Sutllclent Incidents of Interest transpired during the eventful wtok.to make nil the teas and re ceptions that nlll bo held hero till * season fairly hum With the rehearsal of the nlco things Secretary So-and-So said to Mrs. Illank and her lovely diughtcr. As society recovers from Us abnormal con dition superinduced by the president's visit It will gradually transact the pleasant husl- IIPSI It has In prospect. A considerable pay. of this consists In the formal presentation of a dozen young women to the part of the local world over which Dame Society pre sides. Several of these maidens will make their debut soon after the exposition closes Its gates. Both In quantity and quality , In number and atttactlvcness the buda to be brought out this season are uncommonly rich and give vromlee of charmingly aug menting the ranks of society devotees. Ailnnia-Uimlliitf. A pretty wedding of the week In which there was considerable local Interest was that of Miss May Purcell Dowllng , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Dowllng of North Bend , Neb. , to Mr. Frank L. Adams of Omaha , at the residence of the bride's parents on Wednesday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Pattce , rector of the Episcopal church of Schuyler. The homo was handsomely and appropri ately decorated In autumn tints. The bride , accompanied by the bridesmaid , Miss Bessie Smith of Fremont , and preceded by the bride's llttlo ulster , Ruth , bearing a basket of roses , entered the parlors to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march and was inot by the groom and best man , Mr. Harry P. Dowllng. Having taken their places In front of a bank of ferns nnd palms , with a profusion of smllnx and roses , the ceremony was performed and was followed by warm congratulatlous from the relatives and a few Intimate friends present. The bride's gowu was white llsso over rream taffeta , with insertion and frills ot Breton lace and carried lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid was attired In a white mousbcltno do solo over yellow-corded silk. After the ceremony the guests adjourned to the dining room , where elegant refreshments were served. Mr. Adams Is assistant man ager of Browning King & Co. In this city. The guests In attendance from a distance were : Mrs. J. S. Adams of Washington , la. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Nat McKee 6f Memphis , Mo. ; Miss Hannah Tlerney of Delmar , N. Y. ; Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Adams of Omaha ; Mies Bessie Smith and Miss Nannie Stouffer of Fremont. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adams will be at homo at the Madison hotel In this city. Mm. Ilnmllton'it Ten. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. CW. . Ham ilton gave an English high tea complimen tary to Miss Allco Drake and Miss Bellars ot Chicago. It was an Innovation on the usual feminine tea , as the men were present in considerable numbers to partake of the cup that cheers , but not inebriates. Mrs , C. W. Hamilton was assisted by Miss Ham ilton , Miss Mao Louisa Hamilton , Miss Anne Shlvcrlck , Miss Adallno Nash , Miss Brown , Miss Peck and Miss Johnson of St. Joseph , The parlor was a dream ot beauty embow ered in La Franco roses. Tbo library was artistically arranged with American Beauties massed with palms I Hero Miss Chandler served delicious tea It dainty sovrea tups. In the dining room thi decorations wore- similar to those of tbi library , with the exception of , \ iinlqui screen of American Beauties built up In thi center ot the long mahogany , on ono side o which Miss Bessie YaPes poured chocolate on the other Miss Grace Allen served ice In the costumes the tints of autumn wen beautifully brought out In silks , velvet am jeweled garnitures. Entertainment * of the Week. The opening ball at the Metropolitan clul will be given at its rooms on Harney stree next Saturday evening , October 22. A German whist party vva < given by Mis Amv Barker on Tuesday afternoon uompll nifiitary to Miss Baker of St. Louis. Mr. Raymond Counsman celebrated hi twenty-third birthday anniversary on Mon day by entertaining a number of his friend at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Counsman a ' . ' 210 Sherman avenue. Complimentary to Miss Allen Drake o Chicago , who has been the guest of Mis Mao Loulso Hamilton. Mrs. T. B. Cumin I I entertained at luncheon on Tuewday. Cov era for eight were laid. Mr. R. C. Patterson entertained his mothc and B\ brothers ut a family reunion o last Tuesday evening at hU residence , -51 Farnam btreet. This Is the second goth ' ertng In thirty-three years , since the deal ot Colonel Georeo W. Patterson In I SOS. The electrical pageant on Twuday nigh was the occasion at the first o > ster lunc of tbo season. After viewing the parad from a colored draped stand In front ot th Milwaukee railroad office , a largo and merr The Royal U the highest gr de baking powder know * . Actual test * show It gee en > third further thai a > r other brand. Absolutely Pure te rc u * oo. , MW von. . . party of young folk adjourned to the homo ot Miss Emma Crelxhton. where they were regaled with delccUblo oysi.-r stews ana various other refreshments , Mlti Amy Barker delightfully cntcrtalncl a number of friends on Monday evening , Mr. Fred Nash entertained a box paity at Boyd'g theater last night. Among the number were noticed several young women who will shortly make their debut In Omaha society. The life savins boats were used In n new service on Friday evening In conveying a merry party of young people around the la goon , clccroncd by Mr. Blddlo of Washing ton , in honor of Miss Drake of Chicago. The party adjourned to tbo boats from a dinner given by Miss Hamilton. A reception was tendered Mr. and Mrs. S. Jonaeen on October 9 In Washington hall lu honor of their twentieth wedding anniver sary. Mr. nnd Mr ? . Jonnsen were very pleasantly surprised by having two elegant etchings presented to them by their friends. After a banquet and toasts , dancing was In dulged in until a late hour. The dance of the week was given by Miss Dickinson on Thuraday evening at ( he NbW York State building In honor of hir guest , Mlra Wrlcht of DCS Molncs. The decora tions were a unique combination of palms and flags. An orchestra was statlonc 1 In an alcove off the main court. Miss Dickin son was stunning In a black crepe du chine gown ; the guest of honor , Miss Wright , was elaborately gowned In white lineae gauze trimmed with Limerick lace. The lagoon was the sceneof a Venetian carnival Thursday evening , given by Mr. nnd Mrs. F. P. KIrkendall. Mr. and Mre. W. N. Babcock and Mr. and Mrs. Dunn In honor of the Brazilian minister. Hon. Gon- zalo de Qucsada , the Cuban charge d'affaires ; Mlsi Humphrey and Miss Martin of Wash ington. The boats were garlanded with flowers nnd ribbons nnd hung with vari colored lanterns. Music was not lacking , as they were accompanied by a gondolier vho pleased the guests with his charming Ital ian songs. nnil Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stoutt of Salt Lake City , TJtoh , announce the engagement of tbclr daughter , Miss Romaluo Madeleine , to Mr. Otto Herbert Schons of this city. The marriage of Mlsn Poland Terry , who has been prominent In musical circles while residing In Omaha , and Mr. Frank Corey Starr of Philadelphia will be celebrated next Wednesday at the homo of Ml. and Mrs. W. S. Strawn. Mr. James H. Adams , secretary to Mayor Moored , and Miss Clara L. Wlgton are to bo married next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock , at the home of the bride's parents , 115 South Twenty-fifth Htrcet. The cere mony will be a quiet one , witnessed only by members of the two families. Last Tuesday evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Y. Craig , ES05 Florence boulevard , was the scene af jx very pretty weddlnij , when their only daughter , Mlts Annie Mae Craig , was married to Mr. Don ald Herbert Brotchle. Rev. Larcy S. Hand officiating. The bride was gowned In n white brocaded silk. Miss Alberta Hcnrn of Lincoln was bridesmaid and wore n white llsso over pink silk. Mr. John Brown was groomsman. After the ceremony refresh ments were served In the dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Brotchle left for Salt Lake City and other western points. They will be at home after November 1 at ES05 Florence boulevard. Movements of Polk. Mrs. C. P. Hall U homo from California. Mrs. Edgar M. Norseman is vlsltlnj ; In Chicago Mrs. Henry W. Yates Is home from St. Joseph , Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. William N. Babcock are homo from Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Cbaso left for the cast on Friday night. Miss Dollln A. M. Pray has entered the Illinois Training school at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Weller and Miss Welter left for St. Louis last week. Mr. B. Lang , In company with his nephew , Dr , Otto Kohm , left Friday evening for Chi cago. cago.Miss Miss L'ena Rehfeld went to Burlington , la. last week to attend the wedding of Mlse Wlol. Mr. Frank Burkloy and Mr. Edward Cud- ahy returned from Newcastle , Cole , last week. Miss Grace Abbott Porter came up from Pent to spend Jubilee week. She will return to her studies tomorrow. Mrs. William B. Sterling , i\ho has been visiting In the cast for the last half year has returned as far west as Chicago and It expected hero shortly. Mrs. Thomas Hcyman and daughter Luella , are expected to return today frorr an extended eastern visit. They have spent some time nt Wheeling , W. Vo. . Youngstown - town , O. , nnd Buffalo , N. Y. Mrs. Heymar will ho accompanied home by her slgtcr , Mrs J. Bachtell of Youngstown , 0. t Mrs. W. E. Annln , who with her daugh ter has been visiting Beechcr Hlgby and family , left for Washington Frlda > night on the diplomatic special Miss Helen Hlgby went with Mrs. Annlr and will spend the winter at Washington where she will attend the High school. Out of Town ( ] uentn. Mr. Cahn of Trinidad , Colo. , Is vlsltlnc Mrs. May. Mr. Edward J. Collins left Friday for St Mary's college. Miss Jennie Barber is enteitalnlng Mis : Turner of Lincoln. Mrs. Doanc of Crete , Neb , Is the guest o Mts. Phlliu Potter. , Miss Patterson of Independence , Mo , 1 : the guest of Mrs. Hetb. il ile Mrs. J. E. Baum Is entertaining Mrs. Idi Laird ot St. Joseph , Mo. c o Mlrs Johnson of St. rosaoh , Mo. , ia tbi guest of Miss Bessie Yates. Q . Miss Ethel M. Mllford of St. Iouls I 1 visltlnK Mrs. H. E. Wilraoth. Mrs. L. M. Doctor of lied Oak , 'la , , i the Ruest of Mrs. C. W. Allnu. Mrs. Arthur Brandela ts entertaining Mis Hertha Teweles of Milwaukee. Mr > . Winchester of Lincoln was the gues of Mrs. John Evana last week. Mrs. Lane , from Button , Neb. , Is the gues ot her son , Mr. H. Vance Lane. Mrs. C. W. Ralney is entertaining he mother , Mrs. Lee , of New York City , General and Mrs. Dandy are cntertalnln Miss Charlotte Mack of Philadelphia. Mr. 1) . J. Tally and Mr. W. M. Musse of Wlota , la. , arc visiting In Omaha. Misses Elizabeth and Clarrlo Illley of Chicago cage are vIsltlnK Mrs. Harry McCreury. Mrs. Cheshire from Indlanola , la. , Is stop plug at the home of Dr. V. H. Coffman. Mr * . Denlae and Mrs. Dalhoff ot Burling ig ton , la , are guests of Dr. and Mrs , Oenlsi Mr. and Mrs. Goorco W. Homan of No' York City are guests of Mr. Henry Momai Mrs. Uenry Tuhrman of Seattle , Wash ts the Kuest of Mr. and Mrs. rerdlmr1 Adler. 'J Mm. Malcolm B. Latterly of Denver. Cole n Is visiting Mrs. W. H. Lafferty on Lak street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Charlton entertalnc Mr. and Mrs. Robert B , Peattle ot Chlcag last week. in y Mrs. Beck , who has been visiting Mr Albert Cahn. left yesterday for her born In New York. Miss Dodge of Cedar Rapids , la. , who the Riiest of Mrs. Edward Rosewater , he returned home. Mrs. Maas of Sterling , Ill.i who has bee the guest of her sister , Mrs. Rosonstocl has leturned home. Messrs. W. G. and C. P. Harbison c Spcncervlllc , 0. , were exposition vlsitoi during Jubilee week. Mrs. Frank Stallman of Columbus , O. , wt has been vtiltlng Mrs. Fay Nichols , returne borne on Wednesday. Miss Sellers of Chicago , who has been tt guest ot the Misses Peck for ten days , r < turned homo on Friday , Mr , and Mrs. J. C. I.aux and their soi Bernard of Salt Lake City , are visiting It and Mrs. J. J. Wllll * . Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Danford of Mlnncapc ll will return this week and be gueal at the Minnesota building. Miss KnlKht of New York City , who ha been spending some time with Miss Louis Squires , hat returned home. Mlsa Pauline De Wilt of Portland , Ore Is the gueit ot Mr , and Mm. 0. R. Arm strong , 2017 Dewey avenue. ad. Mrs. Dr. L. M. Scott , nre Clara Static re ot Jfllco , Tenu , and her aunt. Mrs Hug [ Stafford of Louisville. Ky. , arc visiting her parents , Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stafford , 2401 Lcavcnworth street. Mr. and Mr * . W. S. Strawn are entertain ing Miss Chapman ot Jollet and Mr. Frank Corey Starr ot Philadelphia. Mr. Charles R. Kappcs of Chicago Is spending a few day * nt the homo of Mrs. r. L. Gregory nt 3140 Mason street. Mrs. Klngnun and Miss Klngman of I'e- orla , 111. , are guests of Major and Mrs. Ham- blcton at the Illinois building. Mrs. M. S. Van Deuscn of Wichita. Kan. , Is v IsltlnK Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Houston at 1518 South Twentv-slxth street. Miss Hayward of Nebraska City , whivis entertained by Mrs. Herbert Vheu'.or wh'le ' lu the city , has returned homo. Dr. and Mrs. James I' . JJoyd of Akron. 0. , are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Sundcrland at 1320 Sduth Thirty-second street. Mrs. Charles Clark of St. Louts , who wan entertained by Mrs. P. P. KlrkcnJall whllo in tbo city , returned homo on Friday. Mr. Dunn , formerly of Washington , D. C. , will occupy Mr. Mclklo's residence , WorthIngton - Ington Place , during the coming winter. Robert Reynolds and wife of Denver , who wore formerly residents of Omaha , nro now In the city , visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. J. R. Tburston ot Onavva , la , , ts .spending a couple of weeks with her daugh ters. Mrs E. II. and Mrs. L. M. Talmage. Mrs. George O. Schnellcr and daughter , Elsie , of Ansonla , Conn. , are visiting with Mrs. John C. Lavvton at 2911 Woolworth ave nue. nue.Mr. . and Mrs. Fred A. Gregory ot Indian apolis nro visiting their brother and sls'cr. Mr. Frank Gregory and Mrs. Oscar C. Wil liam P. Mrs. Barnard of Mlnneanollt and Mr. William Clancy of Arkansas were guaats at the home of Mr. John D. Crclr.hton last w eck. Mr. and Mrs. Waggamau of Washington , D. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Thrall of Detroit nre guests of Judge George W. Doanc , Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Munroc , who have been stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Lunt , have returned to their home nt Ra cine. Wls. Mrs. E. C. Chase ot Des Molnee , la. , is being entertained by Mrs. William S. How- cll. Mrs. Chase to came attend the Ak-Sar- Beti festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. LaSelle of Beat rice , Nob. , and their.joung sous , Ernest and Valll , spent the week in Omaha attending the exposition. , Mrs. E. Autcff nnd Mrs. Miller of HuntIngton - Ington , Pa. , relatives of Mr. R. C. Patterson , have been Jubllco guests at his house , 2513 Farnam street. Miss Alice Drake , who has been in the city the last fortnight renewing her many friendships here , will return to her homo in Chicago tomorrow. Mr. Newton Crlssey and daughter- Min nie , and Miss Lucy Crlssey of Jamestown , N. Y. , are visiting at the homo of Mr. G. W. Hoobler. 1043 Georgia avenue. Mrs. John E. Utt last week entertained Miss Nell Keith of Pueblo. Colo. , Mrs. Moore White of Rock. Ark. . Mrs. Helen M. How ell of Lincoln nnd Miss Sarah Wild of Denver. Among the New York visitors to the ex position this week were Mr. nnd Mrs. D. B. Van Enourgb. Mr. Van Enburgh Is a brother of Mrs. H. C. Van Glesou of this city. city.Mrs. Mrs. Belle Sparks and daughter , Edna , of St. Joseph , Mo. , nnd Mrs. J. W.Young of Rockport , Mo. , who have been the guesto fo Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sanders , returned to their homes yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross are entertain ing Mayor and Mrs. George Perkins , Mrs. Donaldson of Polo. Ill. Miss Thompson of Des Molnes , la. , nnd Mrs. Pearson ot Chi cago. cago.Mr. Mr. Ferncdlng. on his return from a 1 ° - llghtful trip through the west , spent a few- days last week with Mr. John D. Crelghton's family. Ho left for his homo at Dayton , 0. . on Thursday. Mrs. Wheeler and Miss Nan Wheeler , wife and daughter of Major Wheeler of the New York exposition commission , accompanied by Miss Suse Holmes , all of Buffalo , N. Y. , are , In the cltv and will remain for some time. OMAHA sunuuns. UcllNOIl. 0. A. Jensen Is erecting a new carpenter shop on the Military road south of his sa loon. loon.Mrs. Mrs. Wear of Peru , la. , formerly of Ben son , was a visitor among old friends during , the last week. Mrs. J. A. Morgan is entertaining' mother , Mrs. Smith , and brother , E. Smith , , of Wlntersot , la. ' Mr. and Mrs. Qharles B. Dodson received a visit from their cousin from Iowa during the last week. i. 11 Mrs. Sam Finlayson and children left for an extended visit at the old home of Mrs. Finlayson In Plttsburg , Pa. Mrs. Pope and daughter were visitors at the home of Mrs. J. A. Morgan a few days j while visiting the exposition. The Ladles' Aid society will hold Its next t regular meeting next Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the homo of Mrs. S. R. Hoffman. Mrs. W. H. Safford returned homo from Gcneseo , 111. , where she was called to the deathbed of her sister , Miss White of Gen- eseo. eseo.Miss Miss Lettle Smith of Plattsmouthlsited last week at the home of her friend. Miss M. E. S/xfforil , returning homo last Sunday evening. Albert Herndon of western Nebraska was o guest the last week at the home of hit cousin. Mrs. Will J. Joseph , while taking In ii the exposition. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clough nnd children ol Stanton , who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins , returned home last week. Services will be held today at the Meth odist Episcopal church at 11 o'clock by the pastor , Rev. Frank Brass , who was annolntec ( as pastor for the coming year. William Johnson of Benson and Miss Mar gretta Abels of Milwaukee were married or last Sunday evening , October 0 , in the PeO' pie's church , Rev. C..W. Savidgo officiating Mr. and Mrs. Stcele of Ohio are vlsltln ; at the home of their daughter , Mr ? , Jame : A. Howard , whllo taking in the exposition ' Mrs. Hayworth of Fort Dodge , la. , Is visit' ing at the homo of her nephew. Fred A Bailey. ig Mrs. John Stelger and son , Johnnie , o Boynton , 111. , and Henry Wertz and Georgi Stolger of Delavan , 111 , who have been tbi guvts of Mr. and Mrs. C. Stelger while talc ing in the exposition , returned home las Tuesday. ! < ' ! oreiicc , Mr. R. P. Hills of Blair. Neb. , was t business visitor here Saturday. Mr. Hamilton of Denlson. la. , Is vlsltlm with the family of Fred HotvarJ for a fev days. days.W. W. E. ROES and wlfo of Anselmo , Neb. have been visiting friends hero for the pas week. Mr. Lou Smock and wife of Vinlnn. la. spent a few days visiting Mrs. J. H. Cover this week. Mr. A. L. Tracy of Portsmouth , 0 , 1 visiting with Dr. J. r. Tracy , a rotative , fo a few days. H. J. Brown of Ponca. Neb. , Is spendlni several days , visiting his brother , J , r Brown , living near here , Mr. Emll Weber and family of Wayne Neb. , are visiting Mr. Weber's parents am attending the exposition. 211 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bethel ot Paulina 211k. la. , visited with the family ot Fred How k.of ard Monday and Tuesday. of Dr. Thompson of Bethany , Mo. , Is vlsltln ri with the family of Dr. Tracy for a few day and attending the exposition. bo M. R. Kindred and wife of Herman. Neb ed have been here for several days \lsltlu , their sons. James and William Kindred. he Edith Sutherland , who has been hero fo e- the past week visiting Ml Eunlco Trncv en. returned to her home at 'Jlalr Thureday n.r . Mice Florence Roup of Tccmnseli , Neb , r , and Mist Nrlllo Brenan or fa-nbrl.i , Wyo , spent Thursday and Friday visiting will o- Mr ? . W , R. Wall. ots ts Mrs. W. R. Bartlett of Minneapolis an' ' Mrs. Charles Boflnk of Jefferson , la. , ar as here , visiting their slater , Mr * . W. H. lost se and attending the expoi''ton. Miss Blanche Tucker came home Iron . . Peru. Neb. , Wednesday end visited with he a- relatives a couple of days. She Is attendtiii the State normal school at Peru. d.h Mr. J. B. Hawkins , a resident of emit ! h county , Kansas , visited with F. Sklnnc londay and Tuesday. Ho came up b nt- end the Pence Jublles at the exposition ' . Skinner went to Sallx. , la , , Tuesday , to Islt relatives n couple of diy- * . Grand German ball Tuesday night , Crelghton hall , Fifteenth nnd Harney. Vis- UDK Germans welcome LONDON SOCIETY ON PARADE of the Swell Set All Attcnil the > civmnrltct Itiuic * . LONDON. Oct. 15. A regular heavy Lon- Ion fog enveloped this city nnd Its suburbs 'or the first time this season on Thursday , ilost ot the lights ot society attended th9 Newmarket race meeting , which was very crowded nnd gay. The duke and duchess of Devonshire , who arc now the acknowl edged leaders ot society , had the most dls- : lngulshcd house party. Among the con spicuous figures at Newmarket was Lady William Bercsford , the American woman who was formerly Lillian , duchess of Marl- jorough. She haa nearly recovered from her recent accident. Then thcro was the coun- : o s of Essex , formerly Miss Grant of New- York , U Is announced hero that , in order to mark his satisfaction with his daughter , Lady Curzon ot Kendleston , the first Amer ican vlccrlno of India ; Mr. L. Z. Leiter of Chicago ts to present her husband , Lord Curzon , the- now viceroy of India , with an other London residence In the heart of the diplomatic quarter. A coterie of aristocrats came to London for the purpofeo of attending the marriage of Lady Margaret Child Vllllers , eldest daugh ter of the earl of Jersey , to Hon. Walter FItz-Uryan Rice , son of Baron Dynovcr , whllo civic London mustered In great force at the wedding of Miss Florence Davlcs , daughter ot the Ford mayor of London , to Mr. Charles Barton , son of Major General Barton , which was followed by a big recep tion at the residence. The death of-Marquis-Auglesy on Thurs day Is another blow to social gaiety this season , as It sends half the peerage Into mourning. The now marquis of Anglcsy , only son of the deceased marquis , was born In 1875 , la of boyish appearance , unmarried and Inherit ! ) 300,000 a year. Memorial to The prlnco of Wales is now able to walk with comparative ease , but ho limps per ceptibly. His royal highness will shortly commence a round of the country houses. Sir Lepel Henry Griffin , formerly chief po litical officer of Great Britain In Afghanis tan and a well-known writer on Indian sub jects , in addressing a meeting this week at Luton on the subject of the suggested Anglo- American union , said Colonel John Hay , the former United States ambassador at London and present secretary of state , wrote to him on leaving England , saying : "I sometimes think that the , only advantage wo yankces nossess over lou Is that wo have two native countries whllo you have only one. " Colonel Hay appears also to have given his opinion of the suggested Washington memorial In England , expressing approval of the scheme , which be regarded as being in the highest dcgrco magnanimous. Ho remarked that It had been the first country which had pro Gented a memorial to the man who bad beaten Its people In arms , adding that the subscriptions must como exclusively -from Englishmen , as , naturally , citizens of the United States could not participate In any way. Shocks the Jiovr Churchmen. Slnco John Kenslt's anti-ritualistic cru sade , churchmen have 'boon ' awaiting anx lously for the utterance ot the archbishop of Canterbury on the grave questions raised , which have agitated the whole body of churchmen. In a series of charges to the clergy delivered this week , the prlmato spoke In no uncertain voice. Ho caused profound Impression In church circles and deeply aggrieved the low church party. The prlmato declared plalny that the doctrine of the real presence as embodied practically In the doctrine ot non-substantiation , Is per mitted , though * not expressly taught , by the church of Enfgland ; that , although compul sory confession is absolutely Illegal , volun tary confession Is legal , and no clergyman Is justified in refusing to hear it , and ho commended prayers for the dead , but forbade Invocation of the saints or the virgin. He declared the elevation and reservation of the sacrament and use of Incense are uon-per- mlssable , but h approved of a certain re vival of the ritual , in conformity with the prescriptions ot the pra > er book. Practically , the prlmato sanctions all the doctrines and practices which the low churchmen have so vehemently condemned , and the high churchmen - " men are proportionately elated. Though they disagree with some points , most of the clergy will fall into line with the primate's charges , or injunctions. Kenslt , whose fol lowers have been somewhat shaken , pro poses a demonstration in a thou-and churches during the first Sunday In November. A curious method of aiding charities has been Initiated In Paris , where , It Is an nounced , the salons of the high aristocracy , which have hitherto been extremely exclu sive , will bo opened to strangers on recep- tlon days for a money consideration , which will be applied to the charitable works , of f which the lady of the house Is a patron. 0 The list of the names advertised Includes 1 those of the Duchess dc la Rochefoucauld , the Duchess d'Uies , the Vlcointesse Janso , " and the Marquise Caslreu. The privilege has (1 already been utilized by a number ot wealthy foreigners , among them being well . known Americans. One American who at- n tended the picture exhibition of the Vlcom- - | tesso Janse , gave COO francs for the fund raised to relieve the Bufferings ot the K wounded soldiers and sailors of the Spanlsh- s American war. The vlcomtesse , however , In- 'j tended that the money should be given to Spaniards exclusively , whereupon the visitor requested that his subscription be cancelled. if Ono of the leading features of the lord e mayor's procession this year will bo a car emblematic of Anglo-Saxon origin , Brit- tannla and Columbia , the central figures , being surrounded by the British cofonles. Honor Soiulim hulitlcm. The returned Soudan soldiers continue to have a glorious time In London. Many the aters are entertaining them In batches of several hundred and scenes of great en thusiasm are witnessed Inside and outside the places of amusement. The colonel of the returned Grenadiers and COO of his men were the guests ot the Shattesbuiy theater last night , where they greatly enjoyed a performance of "The Belle of New York. " Norman J. Norman , who is Manager Ledercr's representative here , has a revo- lutlon on his hands which threatens t disrupt the "Belle of Now York" company It seems that , In accordance with the law the box office of the Shaftesbury theate made a return of all the salaries paid t the income tax authorities and the latte this week demanded that all the member of the company receiving over 160 ( $800 yearly , pay the Income tax. Edna ( May Rankln , Davenport , Sullivan and other lead era rebelled. They say they ore America citizens and will not pay a British tax adding that they will return to the Unltei States In preference to paying. They the appealed to the Consul general of the United States here , Mr. W. M. Osborn , but th latter replied that he was unable to bel them. The result will probably be that th management will pay the tax sooner tha interrupt the successful run of the piece Most ot the theaters have been playing t prosperous business during the week. Lon don endorses New York's , verdict on "Lad Ursula. " The Duke of York's theater I crowded nightly , and Lillian Russell ha abandoned her continental engagements an returned to London. She is seeking a the K ater in which to produce a new play , SI Henry Irving Is 111 and unable to act am Mme Calve has postponed her departure fo America on account of ilcknesj. NOMINATE FOUR NEW MEN Republican Oitj Oonvention Transacts Its Business Quickly IREY ALONE SECURES A NOMINATION t'onihlnntlon Jlctvrren Uie 1'ourtli , Sixth , He\entli , Klnh U nnil MnthVnriln Cnrrlci Olt the Honor * . Though It look some time for It to got started , the republican city convention to nominate flvo candidates ( or the Hoard of Education did Its work last evening In a apld and enthusiastic stylo. It nominated 0. O. Iroy of the Tourth ward , Dr. Trod E. Teal of the Sixth , Charles S. llayward of the oventh , Charles K. Illack of the Eighth and Arthur M. Covvlo of the Ninth on n single allot. This combination had been agreed pen In the afternoon , except that the Fifth yard had been led to believe Its candidate , V. T. Graham , would pro\o to be one of the uccessful. Instead , Graham got only the ilnootcs of his ward. Chairman T. K. Sudborough of the city 'ommltteo ' called ttio contention to order In Vashlngton hall about 8:30. : Ho reminded ho delegates that a year ago the republican onvcntlon had exercised the wisdom of put- Ing Into Bho field a ticket that had received mo of the highest majorities In the history if the county and he hoped the same wisdom vould bo manifest this time. He had lately Isll'od as many as 1,500 houses In the city iud had found the sentiment overwhelm ngly in favor the republican success this all. Whoever the candidates might piovo o bo , let every man , said he , leave the hall a republican In the full sense of the word , The city committee had selected John O. \"uhu of the Fourth ward as temporary chairman. Mr. Kuhu also advised putting a strong ticket Into the field. Sam T. Wig gins of the Ninth ward was made temporary secretary. There being no contests , the cre dentials which had been handed to the com mlttoo were declared the list of accredited delegates. On n. motion by K. Benedict ol ho rifth ward the unit ) rule was adopted .o govern the votes of the different ward lelegattons and Immediately the temporary organization was made permanent and the nominations began. IlrltiKliiK Out the > aiuc . It was decided on n motion by Uenedlcl o have the nominations rondo by call ol wards , an amendment being accepted to shut off specchmnklngv The First ward led off with R. C. Jordan , the Second followed with Andrew Klewlt and the Third with. Rev. J. C. C. Owens. The other candidates who have already been mentioned were named In the order of their wards. There was some slight hitch about Owens' nom ination , as It was first ! announced that the Third ward had no candidate. A ballot was at once attempted , but al the wards passed. John Henderson of the Third tried to ha\e a recess taken of fifteen minutes , J. T. H. Woods of tb& Eighth giv ing It a hearty second. Henderson Immedi ately withdrew his motion , but Woods woult not agree , so the question was about to bo ; mt when a tabling motion abruptly klllcc It by a tremendous vote. The second ballot resulted In the selection of the five candi dates. As before the First , Second , Third and Fifth wards passed , but the Fourth broke the Ice by giving nlno votes for Irey , eight for Teal one for Klewlt and the full ward strength [ or Hayward , Black and Cowlc. The Sixth Seventh , Eighth and Ninth gave their ful vote for Ircy , Teal , Hayward , Black anc 3owle , the Eighth afterwards changing one trom Black to Owens , which was Woods vote. The First then voted for Jordan Klcwlt , Hayward , Black and Cowle ; the Second , for Jordan , Klewlt , Owens and Hayward - ward , dividing Its vote between Irey anc Black ; the Third for Jordan , Klewlt , Owens tray ward and Cowlo and then the Fifth saying It would do as It had promised , cas Its vote for Irpy , Graham , Teal , Black anc Cowle. As It was apparent who were to bo the winners early In the balloting the call was frequently Interrupted with cheers and as the final vote was stated It was greeted with terrific yells. The result of the ballot was : Jordan , 27 ; Klowlt , 28 ; Owens , 10 ; Irey 58 % ; Graham , 9 ; Teal , 53 ; Hayward , 72 ; Black , 68 % and Cowle 72. The yells broke Forth again when Chairman Kuhn announcei the result In favor of Irey , Teal , Hayward Black and Cowlc. Before adjournment the face of John L Webster was observed at the door and there were calls for htm. He had heard the re publican vv'arhoop , ho said , and he made a speech predicting republican success at "down even to Walker" with a majority In Douglas county of 3,000. New City Committee. The new city committee was then made up as follows , to get together as early as pos slble and organize , the excitement prevent Ing any organization laat night : First Ward Sam W. Scott , William Hut ton and A. M. Bach. Second Ward H. Boyles , H. J. Banker and George Reed. Third Ward J. T. McVHtie , Fred Shafo and Charles Grover. Fourth Ward W. B. Whltchorn , A. C Troup and John G. Kuhn. Fifth Ward E. Benedict , W. C. Gordon and Cornelius Farrcll. Sixth Ward Andrew Pearson , Bert Bush and B. S. Anderson. Seventh Ward M. H. Collins , John Coats worth and J. W. Russell. Eighth Ward H. L Burkott , C. J. Ander eon and William Cowger. Ninth Ward-Charles Unltt , S. T. WIggIn and C. S. Huntlngton. 1'Ol'ULIST.S TAKI2 TIIUIll EnrinrNC llrmocrntlo School Hoard Ticket After n Stormy Seimlon. The city convention of the populist part met last night in the committee rooms t decide upon a course of action with refer ence to selecting a candidate for the Bean of Education. P. L. Qutnlan , chairman o the committee , called the meeting to order A chairman and secretary were then chosen J. B. Jones and E. F. Rutherford recelvln the appointment and they presided over stormy session. After protract'.i discussions and repeatei expressions o' dissatisfaction at the treat ment accorded them by the democrats was decided to select a single candtdat to fill the place made vacant on the demo ( .ratio ticket by the withdrawal of Charle B. Wilson , and John Jeifcoat was the ma chosen. Theru were several speakers who advo cated the plan of selecting an entire tlcke to run in opposition to the democrats. The expressed dissatisfaction because the sllve republicans were allowed to fill two place on the ticket and the populists only one but In the end the fuslonlsts prevailed am the democratic nominees , with the add tlon of Jeffcoat's name , were endorsed. The final business of the meeting wa the selection of a city committee , as fol lows : First ward , M. Cavenaugh , J. W. Burnett , M. O'Connel ; Second ward , P. L. Quintal , Thomas Bennett , Charles Kelt- nacker ; Third ward , John Tlerney , N , H. Church , L. V. Guye ; Fourth ward , Dr. Peabody - body , J. W. Maurer , Pater Burke ; Fifth ward , Joseph Redman , J. W. McCarty , P. J. Mehan ; Sixth ward , S. F. Rutherford , T. G. Kellog , Bllas Robblns , Seventh ward , Walter Breen , Henry R. Now comb , Hanlln Barnes ; Eighth ward , G , A Migney , X Butler , John Jeffcoat ; Ninth ward , V. O. Strlckler , K. B. Thomas , J 0. Yclscr. J. B. Jones and R. F. Rutherford were ap- olnted chairman and secretary respectively. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tcnny of Providence , . . I. , arc among the visitors at the uxpont- lon. lon.Mrs. Mrs. George Cnndcld nnd KlUnbcth Can- leld of Sheridan , Wjo. , arc visiting friends n Omaha. A , Caruentcr and wlfo of Milwaukee nro at ho Murray. They came out to nttbnd the xuosltlon. John P. Cook , n banker and gold democrat t Beattlce. accompanied by his wife , is IsltlnK In Omaha. W. M. Kcenan. formcrlv in business in ) innha. but now located at Denver. Is vlslt- IIR frleuds In the city. Tuiodoio II. Gooduow. G. L. Hammond , \ . Nelson nnd J. N. Rcdfcru of Chicago are uklnc in the exposition. Samuel Dleslon of Philadelphia , the well mown saw manufacturer , and wife nro In ho city visiting the exposition. Hon. Frank P. Thompson of Cloqtiot , Ilnn. , Is taking In the exposition. Mr Thompson Is a brother of Charles 1) . Thomp son. son.S. S. Wcatueimcr and family. Mrs. J Tlcls- iclm and Simon Ucnswanger nnd family of It , Joseph came to Omaha jestcrday for a ow ( lavs at the exposition. Mrs. R. H Gray and son. Hlllls. who have > ccn the cuosta of Mis. Gray's brother , 'Imrlcs D. Thompson , the last week , left or their Iowa home Saturday. J H. Norton and wife 13. I ) . Brlglmui ami vlfe. J. K Martin and wife and Mrs. W A. Jardnor. all of Chicago , arc at the Murray nnd will remain a few dajs to see the ex position. C. K. Obcr. formerly general secretary of ho Young Men's Christian association lit .his city , hut now engaged In similar work n Chlcaeo. arrived In the city yesterday nnd will spend today on the student volunteer movement. Ncbrasltans at the hotels. A. M. Thompson , York , George A Konehlg , Norfolk. S. J. Weeks , O'Neill , L. A Smith , Inland , M. S. Herbert , Gordon , L. M llcchc , Hooper , I ) F. Bishop. Fremont , A. P Buckley , David City , Forest Merrill , Grand Island , V. 3chaefcr. Tekamah , Peter KaaU , Hoskins , E C. Wlggenhorn , Ashland ; J. W. Jenkins , Auburn , E. F. Warren and wlfo , Nebraska , City. Allen TnlUn. LYONS , Neb , Oct. 15. ( Special ) Sena tor Allen and Judge Robinson have conic , exploded the many demopop reforms needed , and gone Nobody was hurt. The fusion meeting held In the opera house this aftci- noon was largely attended by republicans , which Indicates , they nro rlfo for any emer gency. Without any doubt every repub lican hero will bo at the polls election day Faded or Bleached Hair Can bo restored to It1 ! original color by uslnu the IMPERIAL HAIR nEGHNnn- ATOR , which IH absolutely harmless , nnd Ita perfect cleanliness and of eat > o applica tion muke It Btniid out in marked contrast to these old-Cushioned dyes nnd hair UU- STROY12RS that nro being continually foisted on a lonK-sufferlnff public. Uslntf the Uegcnorutor once In every few months the hulr Is kept glossy nnd beau tiful. Bleached hair changed to nny shndo de sired. No 1-RIack. No. 5-Llght ClicHtnut No. 2 Dark Brown. No. C Gold Blonde. .No. .t M ( I'm 13ro\\n.No. 7 Ash ] iioiu > . No.1 Chestnut. 1'ilce $1.50 und $3 03 Solo Manufacturers und Patentees : Im perial Chemical Mtmufuctuilni ; Co. Sold In Omahu by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. , 1513 UuilKC St. , OMAHA , JtUII. Middle of llIooU. DAVIES. . . . . 15 U Douglas Street. Swellest Trimmed Hats in the City All choice styles no two lints alike. Alio Walking Huts , Casino , Devvey Sallois and Soft Uouud Huts. Won derful iibsoitment. Largest line of Hair Goods In the city. to sco that Hurt county gives the Mine republican majority as heretofore ami per haps better , Clt ) Ciinv HASTINGS. Neb. , Oct. 15--Spectat ( Tele gram. ) Republicans of the city met In con vention this evening mid nominated . \V Mllc for supervisor In the I'ltUi district and Georso Lament for supervisor lu the Seventh district , also T. J , Crccth for asf a or and Will Wilson for constable. The fuslonlata nominated Trank Tn > lor for supervisor In the Fifth district ; S. U. Stickler supervisor In the Seventh district and John Couper for assessor. Grand German ball Tuesday night. CrclRhton hall , rifteenth and Haincy. Via- ItliiR Germans welcome. . I W \ Look whore you may , in any city in the country and you'll ' not find a more desira ble assortment of Ladies' Tail ored Suits. 01 U CLOAKS THEM SELVES and in such a pleasing way that hundreds of ladies have listened and profited thereby. mm CI.UAKS AT $13.50 , $15-00 Material , finish and style are high grade only the price is below the average. flPCOflELQ U9\CLOA&SlITCO. ! ) . 1510 Douglas St. Exceptionally attractive are the trimmed hats wo are showlnc. Kvcrv model IB tha work of deft lingers , and the taato displayed is charmlne. Prices to suit all. F. M. Schadell & Co , 1522 Douglas Street. Mrs. J. Benson , 210-12 South Ifilli St. NEW RIBBONS , \ Iii Bayedere , Roman Stripe and Pol ka Dot for Crushed Belts and Neck- ribbon. CHILDREN'S CLOAKS All Kinds and Prices from $1.00 up. Long Cloaks and Jackets , in all the new materials and shades. Infants' Cloaks from 81.00-up. Fur Collarettes Marten , Seal , Mouflon , Beaver and all the popular furs. Electric Seal or Astrakhan Collarettes $2.75 up. Black Marten 87.50 up. Real Seal and Persian Lamb , § 10.75 up. of jewelry , watches , clocks , diamonds , silverware , cut glass , bric-a-brac , etc. , from the large and personally selected stock of the C. S. Raymond Co. , for fifteen years Omaha's largest and most popular jewelers. A genuine auction sale of only reliable goods backed by Mr. Raymond's guarantee. Seats provided for the ladies. s Wcdilintr stationery ongiwccl to order 100 engraved visit ing cards and pluto for 81.50. 100 from your own plato , $1.00. Corner Douglas and Fifteenth. Sales at 10 a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. P. J. Burroughs , Auctioneer.