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THE OMATIA DAILY BEE: RUNDXT, OCTOBEK 2.-, 100.
SOCIETY IN INDIAN SUMMER
Omaha Smart Folki Art Bniy Iadoon and
Out Sowadaja,
EUSY WEEK PASSED AND ANOTHER HERE
PJsmers, Weddta and Receptions
at Dtwi Are Sameroas Enonaat
4 ts Keep All Hindi MotIbS
Thraaah tk Week.
The Wk' Calendar.
1 UKHDAT The dinner, rerppllon and ball
of the Knights of Columbus; Uie first
mwMlnir of the fall of the Kouth fildo
Whist club, at the home of Mrs. Tippery,
621 South Twenty-fifth avenue.
WKDNKBDAY The eldlng- of Miss I,auri
Morae and Mr. Forest Ktchardaon, at the
First I'rbyterlan church, at S o'clock,
and the weddlnn supper following: Ihe
Wedding- of Miss Klizal.eth flodford and
Dr. James While, at 8 n'rlork; the wd
din of Mies Franten O Hilon and Mr.
George Richard Lyons, nt 9 o'clock a. m.,
at Bt. Phllomena'a cathedral: the wedding;
of Mlaa Madeline Rush and Mr. John
Roger Hourko. at Bt. I'atrK k'o church,
at R a. m.
THURSDAY- Mrs. Ouy , Howard's tea. at
Courtlandt, from 4 to 6 o'clock, to Intro
duce her daughter, Mlea Helen Howard;
the buffet luncheon given by the art de
partment of the Woman's club. In com
pliment to Mra. W. W. Keyaor; the re
ception given by Mra. I. R. Andrew for
Mra. TV. H, Clemmona; the aecond pout
nuptial reception given by Mra. William
Orlgor, at the home of her mother, Mra.
Howard Kennedy, at 2224 Dodge street.
FRIDAY Tha reception given by Mr. and
Mr. John Dale, at their home on Park
avenue. In honor of their eon and hi
, bride, Mr. and Mr. Frederick Dale.
Annette.
nnhblea are blown and bubble are flown';
Hours are minute and minutes are years.
A song I a song only 'til gone;
The nopea of today are- tomorrow's fear.
'Tl true that flower ever bloom; '
"TIs certain there falH freehlng rain.
Assured the sun dispel night' gloom,
And tender reet la counterpart to pain.
As though a chord became estranged,
And knew Its old dear, lyric home no more;
rodwell Annette, a note rrgalned
From the whispered song of theftrat amour.
And shallow seems all dull regret
For sorrows gained and pleasures missed.
I know but this I Kjvs Annetto,
And she, to me, la life expressed.
' W. H. H.
- As Is usually the case, a retrospective
rlance sbowa the week much fuller than
lh calendar Indicated at the oulsct, but
last week was unusually busy, 'opening and
floslng with two brilliant affairs and In
terspersed with others that were among
the smartest of the whole, year.
The luncheon given' at tho Omaha club
Monday by Mrs. John K. Webster to ninety
ruesta. In honor of Mrs. Charles Fairbanks
f Indianapolis, and the reception In her
ftonor in the evening, given by Mrs. John
tV. Orifflth. were conadcuou affairs.
Again Tuesday evening Mrs. Fairbanks
s-aa honored by a brilliant reception at
aTetrOpolitaa olub. the local chanter T)aueh.
r of the American Revolution being
icstesa. On Wednesday the wedding of
Mlaa Elisabeth Allen and Mr. James I
Paxton was the largest of the year and a
"unction to which society has looked for
rurd for months, and last evening tha an
nul ball at Metropolitan club opened the
mason there for a aeries of smart occa
dons, while tha closing of the Country club
'or the season attracted many of the f ash
enable folk out Benson way. .
This week Is promising enough, too.
Wednesday will be a day of weddings and
Thursday of teas. The card clubs are be
ilnnlng to resume their meetings too, and
vhlle few of them are meeting regularly
. yet an occasional game helps to en
Wen tha week.
and have any assurance of his guests. Is
forced, to communicate with some society
editor or other! person sufficiently enter
prising or In position to keep posted re
garding tha advance calendar. In Omaha
the telephone has be com at ones the. bans
snd the comfort of the life -of the society
folk,' and, all In all, there Is a side of the
telephone question thst Is well worth se
rious consideration.
The winter season of Metropolitan dub
was formally opened last evening with the
ball and banquet that annually precedes
the series of more or less formal functions
given by that organisation, but last even
ing's opening surpassed all those that have
preceded it in point of elaborate detail. The
club throughout was trlrrimed- with a' pro
fusion of chrysanthemums and asparagus
fern, the feathery green stuff winding the
chandeliers and festooned across the walla,
t'pstalrs In the ball room the trimming
waa especially elaborate. In two corners
and across one ride of the hall cozy corners
were constructed of flag and green' fes
toons ot fairy lamps contributed an ef
fective feature. The stage was bankei with
palms snd ferns In the center of which the
two-letters "M. C." were formed of In
candescent light.
At 10 o'clock the ball waa opened with
the grand march, Mr. Julius Meyer, presi
dent of the club, leading with his niece.
Miss Ixna Rehfeld. A banquet, followed
the long program of dancea, In which about
fifty couples participated. " In the banquet
room, as In. the. other rooms, chrysanthe
mums prevailed, candelabra . and palms
trimming the table. As president of the
club, Mr. Meyer acted as toastmaster.
Mr. Nathan Brown made the opening the
occasion for the formal Introduction of his
niece. Miss Amelia Newman. As chairman
of the house committee, the details of the
evening were In charge of Mr. Nate Bples-berger.
, One of tha surprises ' that . had . been
banned for lost week was rudely Inter
ptcd and the features of a cleverly ar
nged affair quite spoiled by the prcma-
re announcement of an engagement. A
.-omlnent doctor and his wife had Issued
rds for a reception Thursday evening, at
hloh It waa their Intention to announce
;e engagement of their daughter, but in
tie meantime an enterprising society ed
ir had gotten the particulars of the st
air all but the fact that the announce--.ent
was to be a surprise and on Thurs
ay afternoon It appeared In the paper,
'hat evening the surprise was quite the
(her way around and the plan arranged
r the announcement eliminated.
The "bridge" party has served as a quiet
ut keenly pursued diversion for not a few
f the West Farnam set lately. In fact one
artloular little group ot friends devoted
ve evenings to the game last week,
"nowlng this, one young woman ventured
ask one ot the men If "they really play
yr money." He looked at her over the
p of his glasses and replied "Do they?"
pne frequently hears lamented, and not
y one's parents or grandparents alone,
i passing of many of the little conven
onalltlea and formalities that only a few
nam wire required of members of ' po
ts society, but In no particular la this
using more noticeable then in the ox
ndlng and acknowledgment of Invlta
ons. Various explanations and reasons
ive been offered for this decline of for
altty, but perhaps more than ' ary one
:her agency the telephone Is really re
mnslbla. Its development for social use
is attained such a degree that it fairly
.kea the breath of one who hus many
tclal obligations to contemplate the re
lit If deprived of it. It Is even claimed
f many that letter writing has become
lost art because of this newer, quicker
id more convenient means of communlca
on, and when one stops to oonslder the
itent to whloh It has supplanted it. It Is
t wonder. Time was that tha note 'was
a one means of extending social com
unloation between friends who could not
trsonally communicate, but now-a-days,
hetber it be an' Invitation to dinner, the
ater, or whatever, an announcement ot
tportanoe or the sending of a msasiga
' condolenoe or congratulation, t Is the
lephone that Is employed, and naturally
e acceptance, reply, or what may be
imlng. Is given In the same informal
anner. It has become the exceptional
ise for a hostess or host to send out
Tds now-a-days. a telephone invitation
a) day previous or even a few hours
atsrehand having, largely taken their
and the person who would entertain
Promised far the Fntnre.
Mrs. C. A. Hull has Issued Invitations for
a small card party to be given Wednesday
afternoon, November 4, 'In her apartments
at the Barnard.
Mrs. E. O. McGIlton has Issued cards for
a reception to be given November S, In
honor of Mrs. W. W. Keysor of St. Louis
and Miss Williams.
Mrs. William Grlinr will hold her Mwnnit
post nuptial reception Thursday afternoon
at me nome of her mother, Mrs. Howard
Kennedy, 2224 Dodge street.
Miss Jane Orcutt. daughter of Mr. Clinton
H. Orcutt. will be the next of the debu
tantes. , On Monday afternoon between I
and ( o'clock her sisters Mra kfrA J
Beaton and Miss Orcutt, win receive In her
nonor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dale win mix-m t-amn.
tlon at their home, 1E3S Park avenue, Fri
day evtnlng. In honor of their son and his
bride, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick nH.tni ri
whose marriage took place last Wednesday
In Minneapolis.
I Mrs. W. W. Keysor will be the guest of
I honor n t m hit? 1., i ... . -
. w ....... ,uii.iivuii aivrii u v 1 1 1 o
members of the art department of the
woman s club Thursday . morning. Mrs.
Charles Johannes, leader, will be assisted
br the members of the department.
Among the most anticipated affairs of the
week Is the tea to be given by Mrs. Guy
Howard Thursday afternoon, between 4 and
o'clock, at Courtlandt, the home of Judge
Woolwotth. when she will formally present
her daughter. Miss Helen Howard, who re
turned from the east today.
The following dates have been announced
by the entertainment committee of Metro
politan club for their series of affairs for
tha winter which opened last evening with
the annual boll: November 11, a bowling
party; Thanksgiving, a ball and vaudeville;
December 9. a whist party; December 25. a
smoker; January 1, the annual New Tears'
ball.
Omaha Council, Knights of Columbus,
will give a reception dinner and ball- ut
the Metropolitan club next Tuesday even
ing. Invitations are limited to members
and their ladles. Dinner will be served at
7 p. m. A feature of the post prandial ex
ercises will be a presentation to Rev. D.
W. Mortarty. chaplain of the council, who
has moved from South Omaha to Jack
son, Neb. ,
Miss Hortensa Clarke, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Clarke, will be the last
6f the debutantes, so far as announced.
Mra. Clarke will give a tea sometime dur
ing November, probably the third week
at her home, 1101 South Thirtieth avenue,
when she will present her daughter. Miss
Clarke completed her college course last
June and was among the popular young
women at many of the Informal affairs of
the summer, chiefly those given, by the
fraternity girls.
- On Thursday. November 12, between 3 and
8 o'clock, Mrs. V. H. Cofman will receive
at her home. 2024 Douglas street, and will
Introduce her daughter. Miss Marie Colt
man. Though raised In Omaha Miss Coff
man Is perhaps least, known of any of the
young women to be Introduced this year
The past fow years shs haa spent at school
In the east, and has been presented on but
few occasions, .and these chiefly of the
younger set given during holiday visits at
home.
Weeding 4 Engagements.
Dr. and Mrs. S.. K. Spauldlng have an
nounced the engagement of their daughter
Miss Mabel Spauldlng. to Dr. A. 8. Pinto
the wedding to take place In- December.
The wedding of Mlsa Ella Cotton, daugh
ter of Mrs. Herman Kountxe, and Mr Fred
Nash. 2d. will take place In January.
Among the principal affairs scheduled tor
the week is the wedding of Miss Laura
Morse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. v V
Morse, and. Mr. Forrest Richardson, which
will take place Wednesday evening at 6
o'clock at the First Presbyterian church.
wedding supper to the relatives and
members of the bridal party will follow at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Morse. Twentloth
and Davenport streets.
At C o'clcclc Wednesday evening win
soletnjiisod.the juarrlege of Miss Elisabeth
I Bedford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jef
ferson . Bedford, and Dr.
I of Henry, III.
be at home after December 1 at tKO Miami
street, Omaha,
i 1
The wedding of Miss Frances Retina
O'Brien, daughter of the late General
George Morgan O'Brien, and Mr. George
Richard Lyons ot Walla Walla, Wash., will
be solemnised at St. Phllomena's cathedral
at . o'clock Wednesday morning. Mr.
Lyons la a prominent ranchman of Wash
ington snd Miss O'Brien has many friends
In Omaha, this having been her home since
childhood, until a few years ago, when shs
went south with her mother and brother
to live. Miss O'Brien Is a sister of Miss
Margaret O'Brien of the public library.
Mrs. Mary Beacom anounces the engage
ment of her daughter, Mis Elisabeth Jayne
Beacom, and Mr. John Lancaster Spald
ing of Chicago.'
. Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. E. B. Rob
ertson announce the engagement of their
daughter, Mildred - Lesley, to Lieutenant
William F. Wheatley, Fifth cavalry. The
wedding will take place early In November
at Fort ' Niagara, N. T., where Colonel
Robertson Is at present stationed. Mis)
Robertson Is a granddaughter of Mr.
James Oi Megeath of Windsor Place, this
city.
Cards have been received in Omaha an
nouncing the marriage of Mr. Fred Bristol
Dale of this city and Miss Helen Pow.
which was solemnised at 7:30 o'clock
Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride's aunt, Mrs. James I. Stokes, of SG0
Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis. Though
a quiet ' affair and attended only by the
relatives and a few friends. It was one of
the prettiest weddings of the week. Mrs.
Dale Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Pow of Rollo, 8. D., Mr. Pow
being a ' banker of that place, and la a
moat gifted and accomplished young
woman. Mr. -Dale is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Da'le of this city and Is asso
ciated with his father In the insurance
business. Mr. and Mrs. Dale will be at
home .Wednesdays after November 4, at
1535 Park avenue. Mr. John F. Dale, Mr.
James Houston and Mr. Fred Foster were
among the Onraha friends who attended
the wedding.
A very pretty home wedding was that of
Mls Pearl Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Norman of this city, and Mr. J. Daily
Joiner of Kansas City, which occurred
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. Mr.
Savldge officiating. The house was. prettily
decorated and the ceremony was performed
under a large arch of asparagus, which had
been erected In the bay window. Miss Edna
Stephens, a cousin ot the bride, was brides
maid,' and wore a gown of blue crepe de
chene, Mr. Will Norman was best man.
The bride, who is a tall, lovely blonde,
looked charming In a gown of white chiffon,
trimmed In Valenciennes lace, and she
carried a bouquet of white carnations. The
groom Is a well known musician of Kansas
City. After the ceremony a reception was
held, after which, amid a shower of rice,
the happy couple left for Kansas City, their
future home.
with typhoid fever at Ann Arbor last
week. Is improving.
Mr. and Mrs.' d. M. Hitchcock have
taken apartments at the "Highlands,"
Washington, D. C, for. the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrlck, who
have spent tha summer abroad, have sailed
for home and will -be met In New Tork
this week by their daughter, Miss .Florence
Kllpatrlck, who goes east to meet them.
rieasnres Past.
Miss Faith Potter entertained Informally
at tea Saturday afternoon In honor of Miss
riatt.
Mrs. H. Nellseo gave a card party In
honor of her niece of Lexington, Neb., last
Friday evening.
The Caraatlona! Social club gave Its first
dancing party of the season last Monday
evening at the Metropolitan club rooms.
About 100 couples enjoyed the dancing and
music.
Miss Swensberg. Mr. M osier Colpetser,
Miss Peek, Mr. N. P. Dodge, Jr., snd Mr.
George Pritchett were guests of Miss
Lomax at a box party at the Orpheuin
Monday evening, Miss Swensberg being the
guest of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barker gave a beauti
ful dinner Monday evening when their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McWhorter,
Mr. and Mrs. Merrlam of Council Bluffs
and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Smith. The table
trimmings Vera of white cosmos and aspar
agus fern.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Stuben entertained
the Utopia Card club Friday evening, the
prises being awarded to Dr. Wahl. Mr. E.
O.- Smith. Mr. R. E. Patterson. Mrs. J. (3.
Stevens. Mrs. A. J. Howell and Mrs. R. E.
Patterson. . The next meeting will be en
tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
G. Stevens at . South Omaha. . . .
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Glfford had as their
guestj Monday Mr. and Mrs. William Sey
mour Edwards of West Virginia, who are
returning from a tour of the world. In the
evenmg a dinner, was given In their honor
at the Omaha club, the guests being Mr.
and Mrs. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wskeley, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Millard. Mr.
Charles Saunders and Mrs. Russell Harri
son. : i
Considering what the Saturday evening
dinner and hop has meant to society all
summer, there was hardly the gathering
that, might have been expected last even
ing at the closing. The dinners -were
neither numerous or large, that given by
Captain .Horton, to fifteen guests, being
the largest. Mrs. Charles Kountze's party
was the next In point of numbers, she hav
ing hlno r vjests; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mors
man, Jr., had five guests; Mrs. W. E. Mar
tin, five; Mrs. Aycrlgg, five; Dr. and Mrs.
Rustln, three; Mr. J. K. Chambers, :ur;
Dr, and Mrs. J. E. Summers, Jr., one. and
Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, two.
Mlsa Curtis snd Mr. Frank Avery of Chi
cago arrived Tuesday for a brief visit with
t.olonel and Mra. S. 8. Curtis at the Mer
rlam, having come from Colorado Springs.
Wednesday a ft. r noon Mrs. Curtis gave a
small tea In their bonor. Mrs. E. M. Fair
field. Mra. Cowglll. Mrs. 8. O. Strickland.
Mra. Arthur Gulou. Mrs. F. A. Brogan!
Mrs. Wilson Lowe, Miss Daisy Doane, Miss
Woolworth. Miss Dewey snd Miss Mc
Kenna being the guests. Mrs. Avery re
turned to Chicago Wedneaday evening ex-
Jpectlr.g to sail soon for Egypt, where she
wui pass ine winter. Miss Curtis returned
to Cfcleago Friday to remain until the holl- '
days: ' j
Mr. snd Mrs. Chor es H. Mac!:. 1721 Sout'i
Tenth strre. celebrated their silver wed- i 1
Come) and On Gossip.
Miss Fannie Frankel Is visiting friends
In Omaha. '
Miss Pauline Pemberton of Beatrice Is
ylsitlng Miss' Helen Garner.
Miss Li isle Hooker will leave the latter
part of the week for the east.-
Mr. and -Mrs. G. M. Hitchcock and daugh
ters expect to leave for Washington early
In November.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Templeton have
taken apartments for the winter at 2120
Douglas street
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountze spent the
week's end In Kansas City and are expected
home tomorrow.
Mrs. Harry Weller will go to Chicago
tho early part of the week for a fortnight's
visit with friends.
Mrs. Arthur Pinto returned Wednesday
from Chicago, where she was a guest of
Mrs. Franklyn Grunlnger for ten days. .
Mr. and Mra. E. W. Getter are enter
taining Mis Montgomery of the "Country
Girl" company during her stay In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal D. Miller have re
turned from their wedding trip through
Colorado and are at home at The Albion.
Mrs. Benjamin F. Bates of Denver, who
was among the out-of-town guests at the
Allen-Paxton wedding, has returned to her
home.
Mrs. Charles Rlttcr and daughter, Miss
Myra, and Mrs. Henry W. Beach are
guests of Mrs. John 8. Long of 1041 South
Forty-eighth street.
Mr. snd Mrs. Hoxle Clarke, who have
spentthe last week 1n Omaha with Mrs.
Cole and Mrs. Squires, have returned to
their home In St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edgar Hochstetler,
who have spent the last few weeks visiting
relatives In Omaha, will leave this week
for Kansas City, and then for the east, to
sail some time during November for their
home In London, England. Mr. and Mrs.
Hochstetler will celebrate their first wed
ding anniversary today at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hochstetler and Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. KlrkendalL
Miss Margaret Perkins has returned from
Chicago, where she took a course of study
in china painting under the direction of
Prof. F. J. Schwarz. Miss Perkins bn.
opened up a studio at 1S42 North Nineteenth
street and lessons are given daily.
Coloniser gtahl Is Killed.
HURON. 8. D., Oct. 24.-(Speclal Tele
gramsBy the collapse of a corn crib on
which Paul Stahl of Milford township was
working, Injuries were Inflicted which re
sulted in his death this morning. Mr. Stahl
came here with a party of Russians from
Hrldgowater a year ago. He was one of
the leaders in the Mennonlte denomination
In the state and was known over the north
west for his enthusiasm and success In
establishing Russian colonies on farm land.
HIGH SCHOOL NOtES.
Never before In :he history of the high
school wss uch a crowd of students as-
ru?lViJn on t,1Jm or Buch enthusiasm
displayed as on Thursday afternoon. Octo
ber 22, when the Athletic association held
a muss meeting. The students were dls
2l!fr hal,r1h' before the usual time to
fhl 1 8,1 "i? opportunity of attending
the meeting. Room ii4, the large study
t'iLi""!? .nw b,lll"'ns-. has often beeS
""dei- but n"'er as on Thursday after
Hr ' ,Mr'. WatPrhouse himself had great
difficulty In making his way through the
crowd to the platform. After speaking a
few words he Introduced Mr. Frank Craw-
:?!. ' - h.ueiVer,lned the "'"dente tor some
time with his witty remarks. Mr. Pearae.
superintendent of schools, was then an
nounced but he received such an applause
and such "rooting" that ho was compelled
to wait for some time before opening his
address When Mr. Pearse finished the
rooting began again and continued until the
foot ball team appeared, when one could no
lonccr call it rootln hut th .f. n,-l
ally yelled; nor were they stopped until the
bugle sounded, reminding the boya of drill
, un,ul neia me most important
me'.inff Jf ta" Vfr. neld "ln" entrance
i.in" ?h ,rho1 on Friday afternoon.
Although it has met a t lu.i .......
year for the purpose of electing officers, the
election la never considered very Important
until the senior year is reached. The pres
ent senior class is a very large and a very
bright one and all of its members have been
looking forward to this meeting with great
Interest. Fred Thomas, president of the
r-luss in its Junior year, called the meeting
to order. After the reading of the minutes
Mr. Thomas announced that the nomina
tions for president were now In order. Mr.
I!en Cherrlngton waa nominated and It was
moved that the nnmlnullnna rlnu m.i u
Cherrlngton be unanimously elected, which
was carried.- After a few brief remarks,
which were received with applause, Mr.
Cherrlngton took the chair. The election
of other1 officers resulted as follows: Vice
president. Florence Mason; secretary, Min
nie Eldridge; treasurer, Arthur Remington;
sergeant-Ht-arms, Theresti - Wallace and
Leon Calahan. After giving a few -Vss
yells the meeting adjourned.
On account of the senior class meeting the
German club- postponed Its regular meeting
until next week. The election of officers
will thfn take place and a very good pro
gram is promised.
A Ltin club is being organized for all
tenth, eleventh and twelfth rraila r .tin
students under the leadership of Miss Sny
dor. Miss Mary Mcintosh entertained, the Q.
Q. Q. very delightfully at a peanut party
Saturday afternoon. The Misses Hlllls will
ut? iiosiensf's next weeg.
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OIR STYLES ATTRACT.
shows semothing new daily from the
best manufacturers of
CLOAKS, SUITS AND FURS
DRE5S SKIRTS, WAISTS, JACKETS, PETTICOATS, ETC.
, One always at ease and appears at 'her
best when wearing garments that are
correct in style and perfect fitting that's
the kind we sell. We like to show our
goods.
0. K. SGOFIELD CLOAK & SUIT CO.,
1510 Douglas Street
The house that sells furs.
Frank Wilcox Manager
The dainty elegance
of a Soros's shoe is
is never repeated in
any oth:r woman's
shos Th;re are im
Nations, of course,
the best b:'nj t.'ie
$5 and $6 s;io.s. but
Sorosis
$3.50 always.
have no superiors at
any higher price
They bold their
shape and are fitted
perfectly before
leaving the store..
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Grand Exhibit
Oriental Rugs
Mr. Meledonlan. a native of Antloch,
Syria iTurkey), an expert in Oriental
Rllirs Hum nn aiiln un v I ranriKn. .., i . .
Oriental Ituss, inrludlrifr such weaves as
mo I'fiiunuiK. nvaueu, oariK, iVl'indlr.
Mll.tl . ut. tlamn.lun I J ..1. 1 . Y I
Jt llVu MnlFnra 1i,lli, II. .If.-., Dki...
JLaile, Cashmere. Coervan, Persian, Tabrix.
l-mn. . a., I a n . .1 l. I. .1 oiii- m '
. .a.,..,, Duii.iinirnu, OTUPnauitU, C5IIK 1&
briz, KurdlMtun, Krutazle, Hahal, Salavan,
Iran, KhorosKa, Ispahan, etc.
Mr. Meledi.hin is a manufacturer and im
porter of Rtir.s nnd those familiar with
their values should investigate this Skle.
520-521 Paxton Block.
J. I. Tumlnoblan Is identillcd with this
sale, which is a guarantee as to its char
acter. N B.-An exquisite line of Oriental Kin
broidery will also be shown.
Bale closes October al.
5c
DRESS PATTERNS
KDonxrcd nnd shrunk liv
iur j-ru. :o garment should be
mnde up without flint lielriR prop
erly spoused. We do Biich work
on short notice nnd truitrnntee not
to Injure It in any wny. Try us.
TIE PiMTOMUM
Omaha Carpet Company,
1515 DODGE STREET.
Are making this oflVr for the purpose of uBcertaiuiug
if the public read the advertisements.
To gi't the benefit o these bargains, we do not awk
much from you. Just cut out this ad and present it
at ourtore and we will give you a tine
BRUSSELS RUGS
12-0x8-3 for 14.00 our regular price $19.00
12-0x8-3 for $10.75 our regular price 22.00
1) 0x0-0 for $7.50 our regular price 10.00
12-0x0-0 for $11.00 our regular price . . 10.00
12-0x9-0 for $15.00 our regular price 20.00
12-0x10-0 for $17.00 our regular price 24.00
12- 0x10-6 for $21.00 our regular price 28.50
13- 0x10 0 for $20.00 our regular price 27.50
If you do not care for a Brussels rug, you can also get an
AXMINSTER RUGS
10-6x8-3 for $16.25 our regular price $22.50
12-0x8-3 for $18.00 our regular price 24.00
12-0x10-6 for $24.00 our regular price 32.00
12- 9x10-6 for $25.00 our regular price 33.00
13- 6x10-6 for $25.00 our regular price 33.00
SMITH AXMINSTER RUGS
10- 6x8-3 for $19.00 our regular price $23.00
12-0x9-0 for $21.00 bur regular price 25.00
You can also get a ' ,
v WILTON VELVET, RUGS
8-3x8-3 for $13.00 our regular price .$18.00
12-0x8-3 for $18.00 our regular price 25.00
12-0x9-0 for $18.75 our regular price 28.00
11- 0x10-6 for $19.00 our regular price 29.00 1
12- 0x10-6 for $22.00 our regular price 30.00
13- 6x10-6 for $23.50 our regular price 32.00
For '.he benefit of those not acquainted with us, we wish to make
this statement. We are not large advertisers but when we do adver
tise, you can rely on it that there Is no misrepresentation, and the goods
are Just as we say they are. These prices will continue 'till our stook
is reduced to Its normal condition.
OMAHA CARPET CO.,
IS 15 DODOB STREET.
Be sure and cut this ad out.
407 Co 15th St.
OMAHA.
Tel. 903
MRS. R. H. DA VIES,
Millinery and hair goods
i World-beaters Cut Prices
Mrs. Joseph W. Hilsop has Issued raids
announcing the marriage of her sister, Miss
Alta Catherine Brldenthal. snd Mr. Wil
liam Henry Weyrauller. which waa sol
emnised Wednesday, October 14, at Chllll
cothe. Mo. Mr, and Mrs. Weymuller will
f JSjl
. , . 4
Preferred by ConnoUsears
for Its hlirh quality and
delicious natural flavor.
urns; 4iiu;stry evemnr. Octolier 22. A'
large number of friends was present an.l '
a most enjoyable evening ppent. The gift'
presented were n-ar.y and bau'Ku!. Tho.
r resent were: Mrs. C. W. Harmon, M"
snd Mrs. M. C. Bouk, Mr. and Mrs. II
Heverly. Mr. end Mrs. D. T. L,ihne-. Mr'.
C. McBrlds.' Mr. and Mrs. John Plerson '
Mrs. : Fanny. McCffery. Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
Loh!elrt, Mr.' and Mrs. W. H. Madden. Mr.
nnd Mrs,. O. McQuade. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Dennis. Mrs Lee Lowry. Dr. and Mrs.
a H. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C. Durr. Mr. and
Mrs. O. Lohtein, Mrs. Thomas Hill, Master
Frances and Oeorge McQuade, Mlsa Mdttlc
Lohlein. Mr. ard Mrs. Redman, Mr. Leon
ard C. Mack, Mr. nJ Mrs. I. IJttlefleld of
Council. Fluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Alv.i
Goodwin of Plattsraoutli.
, Chat About People.
Mrs. W. R. Baxter Is rapidly recovering
from a recent operation and will be able
to leave for the east with Mr. Baxter early
In November.
Mlas Bertha Swensberg left Omaha Tues
day for 8t. Paul, where she will visit
friends until next week, when she will
sail for Europe, to be absent some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Colo and Mra. Bquires are
occupying the house at M South Thirty
ninth street, recently purchased from Mrs.
Harry Lyman by Mr. and Mra Hoxle
Clarke.- ....
Word has been receive froa Mr. and
Mra' Andrew Honewater that their son,
Ut. Btaaler Roaewater, who waa stricken
Is the proper name for ua now, Judging
the way the ladiea of Omaha are buy
ing; thoy always know and appreciate a
pood thing, and our Exclusive
Styles, made up of all
.STRICTLY FIRST CLASS GOODS
tether with the IMPORTED and NEW YORK '
PATTERNS at
POSITIVELY WHOLESALE PRICES
make selling easy for us. A great bargain (or all,
but a tremendous lost tout.
Our Street Mat have an "Exclusive nes that none others can show
, No Job Lots or Seco id Hind Good i Here
MAIRDRESSING, SHAMPOOING AND MANICURING
Mrs. R. II. Davies loll Douglas Street
DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS!! DIAMONDS!!!
Rising In valuo today. Safe ae any INVESTflENT. BETTER than most.
A LITTLB DIAflONO 1 a good investment A BIG ONE is it BETTER. BANK
YOUR MONEY IN DIAflONDil DIAMONDS!! DIAflONDSIM
OPPOSITE THI POtTOFFICK
ALBERT EDHOLM, Jowolor,
107 NORTH IXTCCNTH ST .
Mrs: J. Benson
Our fur Deportment
is full of the staple and latest novelties in
Ifoas, Scarfs and Stoles, double or single,
fitted neck or cape effect, with long tab or
stole front, fur or silk lined.
Sable, Fox, Isabella Fox, real Marten,
Isabella Marten, Sable Marten, Imitation
Sable, Coon, Mink, Opposum, etc.
" Among the most popular is the Isabella
Fox at ?10.50, 113.50 and f 15.00.
j DIAMONDS It is not
.-wJ motlity of wtili-h your
- . ,nv "Diamonds
knowledWis limited, from
.......... w. -- - . . rr l, i ... AI, n vitrs 01 mr v
than n reDiiiauie aeoior. -n
...V., .ih. .m of Krensrr - synu.,u.-
Diamonds throughout this section.
a com- V
l other y
dealing .
Ith One 7j
r
DO YOU KNOW
carrying a beautiful line of Fashionable Stationery and up-toil
every respect!' Let " engrave your Wedding Invitations,
We are
date coods In
Reception. At Homo and Address Cards
The Mover Stationery Co.
220 and 222 So. 16th St.
T
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1
OPEKA GLASSES.
Ki bow bavs our Cerium stork in
THE GF.INL'IKE LEMAIN PARIS
Tha bast In the world. Make your ('hrUtmas w'-tlon now end let ns
lay it away tor you. then you are surs of it aj.uo to l-V0u.
Mawbinney .yati Co.,
Jewelers, Diamond Merchants
nnd Art Htalioners.
16th and Douitlas Bis.. Oinatu.
Wrli for our cxtuloKuv.

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