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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: RTXNPAY, NoVeMRER . 100,1.
SOCIETY HAS LIFE IS - VIEW Pr.ml. of th Winter Grow. Brighter witn Eicn Pawing Week. MUCH ACTIVITY OF FORMAL SORT PLANNED Cetllllen Affairs Are Fallowed kr the ' f rles .1 A. rnkllm an Other Xetable Arraitrnrnli. The Game. jhm plays her mm with a ready hand And a Kfiidy hand and true; She marked her man. AVhefi ChM turn hfitin And aha knows mm througn and through. Nothing; to win. and nothing to lose, i And nothing to choose or care! A kiss for the stakes, And If hla heart breaks. Bne la only pmylng fair. A omlle, aro, and a maddened fool. A saddened fool and wise! And the woman won! The game la done Dear God: the look In her eyes! Hut ah! Time waa ere tha woman would, Ere the woman could, and now She owea her aktll To the careless will Of the man who tnurht htr how! Ethel M. Keliey in Smart Bet' The Week's Calendar. JIONDAT-MIm Ella May Brown and Mr. Harvey Clayton's theater party at tha Orpheum, for Mlsa Mack. yUEBDAY-Meetlna- of the Tueaday Morn ing Musicals at Mrs. E. A. Cudhy's; Mrs. E. V. Uwli' tea from I to 6 o'clock; t arnation Social club's dancing party ac Metropolitan club. WEDNESDAY Mra. W. H. Murray's euchre party; Mrs. Isaac Cole's and Mrs. Reed's luncheon; Mra. Arthur Jaqnllh's card party; Spalding-Beacom wedding at 10:30 a. m.; Metropolitan club bowllnn; narty. THURSDAY Mrs. V. H. Coffmans tea from to 5 o'clock to Introduce her daughter. Miss Marie; Dr. and Mra. V. H. CofTman's reception from 8 to 11 o'clock; the Denniaon-DeLong wedding at :); Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Klerstead s an niversary supper. FRIDAY The household economics ken slnrton, Mrs. J. M. Mathews, hostess. CAT URDAY Trinity Aid luncheon.- Oral kron Alpha PI dancing party. With each week the t prospect ' for . the winter, socially, grows brighter and pres. i ht Indication are that this season will nurpaaa last winter, which waa unusually Lrtlllant. In addition to the numerous i flairs of mora than ordinary consequenca scheduled for the Immediate future the series of cotillions announced recently In jures tha winter against the dearth of Mb ifTalra that haa happened, and this woek omes fresh promise In the announcement I' t another aeries of assemblies arranged l y Mra. S. O. Strickland, Mrs. Clement Chase, Mrs. D. H. "Wheeler, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Kountse. The first will take place nt Chambers' academy Monday evening, November 23, Mr. Clement Chase to lead; i 'ae second will be December , January H i nd February 13 being the other dates. The membership Includes about for(y married couples and nearly a score of bachelors. The St. Croix club, organized lsst summer 'or tennis, has been reorganised for the reason and announced a series of dancing parties for the winter. The first was given 1 iat Saturday evening at Metropolitan club nnd that hall haa been secured for the series. The other dates as announced are: November '20, December 10, January 14, February 18, March 13 and April 5. Mr. I. . Crelgh constitute the charge of arrangements. committee In iy V. Furay, Mr". J. B. Tyler and Mr. A. Dear Society Editor: , In your Interest Ing reminiscence of our famous leap year ball of eight years ago you show a most solicitous discrimination as to recalling those present. You give us the names of the couples who married later, who at tended on that occasion together; you give us the names of the young women who have since married other beaux and of the men who have since married other girls. You give also the names of the men who have died and of tha men who are classed as "till eligible." Ydu kindly omit the names of the girls who were there .ho are still on the waiting list. I assure you we appreciate the favor and thank you. ONE OF THE LEFTOVERS. The women who played squash ball last winter are organising a club for thle win ter and have engaged the ld rooms at Fourteenth and Dodge streets. The mem bership so far Includes; Mesdames Charles Kountie. Will Burns. John T. Stewart, Frank Kennedy, Luther Kountse, Ward Lurgess, Mlrses Susan Holdrege.Mlldred Lomax, Faith Potter and Margaret Pres ton. Nor Is this the only athletic diversion of the society women. There are compara tively few who have not gone In for phy sical culture In a systematic way and nearly every clique and set has Its houi or two each week for systematic class work under the direction of a professional In structor. i " " " Omaha hostesses seem to be slow to In troduce the custom so prevalent In the east of serving the refreshments at afternoon affairs In the middle of the afternoon rather than at the cloae. This plan haa Its ad vantage In more than one respect, chiefly, however. In that It does away with tha salad. Ices and other - nothings that are sufficiently substantial when served late In the afternoon to spoil one's dinner. Served in the middle of the afternoon, the refresh ment is very light and admits of a little relaxation If carda happen to be the en tertainment. And, speaking of refreshments, aside from any consideration of one's health. It Is In teresting to note to what a large extent eating enters Into nearly every sort of entertainment nowadays, regardless of the time, the place or the occasion. A retro spective glance at the calendar shows the luncheon largely predominating, with the dinner coming next In point of number. While this sort of entertainment Is, per haps, more harmless than any other be cause It la usually offered at suitable hours, It Is next to impossible to go any place without being offered refreshment of some kind. After the card game the tables are cleared and a light luncheon served. The kenslngton afternoon Is Invariably accom panted with tea and wafers, a salad or Icea or something else. After the theater cornea the supper. No evening gathering Is complete without refreshments, while at the fashionable reception nowadays It is the dining room rather than the reception room upon which special stress Is laid, and the hostess who Is mindful of the points that make things really smart sees to It that her dining room Is In charge of the- women .who count, that its appoint ments are perfect. And, then, there 'js the punch bowl and the tea table (which, hap pily, Is not as popular as It once was), be' sides the numerous other devices for "re freshing" one's friends until with the downtown soda fountain and a few other places it would seem, from the provision at least, that society lives to eat. . . fact nevertheless that there la more or less sensitiveness and hesitancy about mar riages during leap year, and in looking over the calendar one cannot help out wonaei If this fact can have been In the least re sponsible for the rush of weddings and the surprlslr. candor of not a few people In society just now In admitting that they are engaged and their willingness to have the fact announced. Of course It does not necessarily follow because people happen to be married during leap year that there was anything unusual about the prelimi nary arrangement and reference to the records of 1896 Indicate that the weddings that year were quite as numerous as at any other time. In fact there have been few seasons when there have been as many marriages of note as there were last leap ytar. It Is noticeable also that they were pretty well distributed through the year, too. Among them were ' the wedding of Mlsa Mary O. Bedford and Mr. Robert V. Montague, January ; Dr. C. C. Allison and Miss Katherine C. Crelghton,- January 80; Mr. Charles T. Kountie and Mlos May Burns, February 4; Mr. Harry Jordan and Miss Helen Moore. April 2S; Mr. Meredith Nicholson and Miss Eugenie Kountse, June IS- Mr. L. F. Crofoot and Miss Mary Nash, June 24; Lieutenant Hiram Powell and Miss Jennla McOlland, July 7; Mr. Albert V. Klnaler, August U at least these are the dates on the marriage licenses. The socle editor would correct the mis take In last Sunday's paper In referring to the leap year ball of eight years ago as being given by "Miss Hlme.ba.ugh (Mrs. Ar thur Oulou) and Miss Colpetier (Mrs. Harry Wllklns).' The ball was really a subscrip tion affair In which more than a score of society women had a part and the women named were simply In charge of arrange ments. Mrs. Jeai. R. Moore, who has been the guest of Mrs. Cheney Cunningham for the last two months, leaves Monday for an extended trip east. ' Friends of Miss Elisabeth Beacom. whose marriage to John Lancaster Spauldlng of Chicago takes place Wednesday, are mak ing her guest of honor to many functions. Miss Ca!anan gave a flinch party in her honor Wednesday evening at -the Winona. Saturday afternoon Miss Josephine Alley, assisted by Miss Helen Stephenson, enter tained Miss Beacom Informally, giving her a picture shower, which Is the social tech nicality for a party where each friend ot the honored guest prerents that young woman with her photograph. While everyone will not admit It, It Is Perfect beverage, light and delicate, invigorating and sustaining. Moat & (ti$ar3dic!ri MRS. J. BENSON IN IT UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN ... Our underwear stock comprises all the moat desirable goods of the season in cotton,-fleece, part wool all wool, silk and silk and wool from the lowest price up, One of the moat popular brands Is the Me rode, made of One cotton and mercerised union suits, pants and vests. . Another very popular .brand la the Sterling In mercerised, part wool, all wool, silk and wool, and silk In union suits, vests, pants and ' drawers. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' UNDERWEAR In white or natural gray, ribbed vests, panta ,and union suits, part wool or all wool; stars from 1 year up. ' . Children's and misses' black drawers and tights, part wool or all wool; slsea 2 years up. i -Ladles' black tights from ESc up. . . . . Jewelry store grade UMBRELLAS are tha FIN EST and are approprisl nd sensible as ft GIFT tor BIRTHDAY or other occasions. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE trtey may be fouod with PEARL, IVORY and WOOD handles, suitably trim mod with QOLO, SILVER aod COLD FILLED. 4.00 to ii.0a ALBERT EDHOLF.1, Jowolor. 107 NuRTH 8IX1C&NTH ST. ARE YOU READY to take advantage by buying early and seelug entirely New Goodi? LEATHER GOODS ThA flnt lhr lisv TItr Tl inW -".- rA m Rill nnsilrsi DnrieiL n...t f&U. Diaries for JIM r .eidy. The Mover Stationery Co. 220 and 222 So. 16th St. IT'S NOT TOO EARLY to make your selection for Christmas g'.ttt. Do It now while our stock U complete We've lots of ,nl- thlnjrs tor appropriats girts DUmond Kings, Set Rings of all kind. fcterUng Silver rlrcea. Sterling anJ Khony-back Hrurh and Tomb Seta a mJV- uinxrnl air.pu.y.01 cut itias Luudrvd oMhlnss yuu U waul. 'U l&y U away for you until you want !t. 1 8lrt ti now aud ' Weddlnsra and Encasements. Among the pleasant announcements of the week, though it scarcely comes as a surprise, Is that of the engagement of Miss Georgia Llndsey, .daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Zachary T. Llndsey, and Mr. George N. Peck. 1 The marriage of Mr. George Cushln Mar tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Euclid Martin, to Miss Helen Smith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith of Los Angeles, was solemnised in that city last Tuesday, NO' vember t. The marriage of 'Miss Blanche Rollins Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Craig, and Lieutenant Henry Meredith Nelly Of the Twentieth Infantry,, will be solemnised at. half after five o'clock Mon day, November 16, at All Saints' church. Rev: Mackay to officiate.' Lieutenant Nelly Is stationed at Fort Sheridan. . The engagement Is announced In Baltl more of Miss Katie Kats of that city and Mr. Victor Rosewater of Omaha. Mlsa Kats Is the daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs, Kaufman Kats of 922 West North avenue and a popular member of the best Jewish circle of Baltimore. Mr. Rosewater is the son of Hon. Edward Rosewater, with whom he Is associated In the management of The Bee. He Is a graduate of Columbia univer slty In the city of New Tork and a former student at Johns Hopkins university In Baltimore. " icrci cr 11c o . t l. c i i ' h . a Waic kiv."tor tvt C. It N. ft'. I.J. and C' .lbt. M A O. Ky. t-ff fi ,( IK Promise for the Fatnre. The Parish Aid of Trinity cathedral will give a luncheon Saturday afternoon at the parish house. The first fall meeting of the Tuesday Morning Muslcale will be held this week st the home of Mrs. B. A. Cudahy. Mrs. Wilson Murray has Issued cards for a euchre party to be given Wednesday afternoon at her home oh Georgia avenue. Sir. Clinton H. Orcutt will give a dancing party at Chambers' academy Thursday evening, November 19, or his daughters. Judge and Mrs. Vlnsonhaler will enter tain at supper this evening. In compliment to Miss Mack of Cleveland, O., and gtflss Alexander of Chicago. Mr. Frank Murphy and the Misses Ham ilton will give a dancing party at the Metropolitan club Monday evening,' No vember 1. complimentary to Miss Mur dock. Miss Ella Mae Brown and Mr. Harvey Clayton will give a theater party atthe Or pheum, followed by a supper, Monday evening, In honor of Miss Mack, who Is Miss Gertrude Moorehead's guest Mrs. Fred McConnell has fixed Monday, November 2S, as the date for the Introduc tion of her daughter. Miss . Elisabeth, and on that afternoon between I and S o'clock will give a tea at her' home on Park ave nue, at which she will present her. The members of Omlkron Alpha PI fra ternity will give a dancing party the even ing of November" 14 at Chamber's academy. The officers arei Mr. Earl Ulpllnger," presi dent; Mr. Stanley Rosewater, vice presi dent; Mr. G. F. Engler, treasurer; Mr. C. J. Sutphen, secretary. On Tuesday evening, November 10, '.he Carnation club will give a ball at Metro politan hall. This promises To be one of the society events of the coming week. Mrs. Arthur Jsqulth Will give s . card party, at her home, 2017 Spencer street, on Wednesday afternoon. One of the charming affairs In prospect for the latter part of the month is the tea to be ven by Mrs. W. E. Clarke on Satur day afternoon, November 21, at which she will introduce her daughter. Miss Hortense Clarke. The tea "will be followed In the evening by a large reception. , The debutante list, which at first prom ised to be small this year, Is growing, and before the month closes four more girls will be brought out. Miss Alice McShane, the daughter of. Mrs. Thomas McShane, Is the last to be announced, and on Satur day afternoon, November 2t, Mrs. McShane will give a tea, at which ahe will present her daughter. Later on she will give a dancing party In Miss McBhane'a honor. ding trip todsy, and have taken apartments at the Paxton for the winter. Mr. Ouy Doane arrived at Manila en the United States transport Sherman, October 28. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrick arrived from Europe Wednesday, and are expected In Omaha today. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Pnppleton ar rived In New Tork from Havana on Tues day, and are expected home soon. Mr. snd Mrs. James Paxton are now In New Orleans, on their return from their wedding trip to Cubs, and are expected In Omaha Tueaday. Mrs. John E. Marsh left Friday afternoon for South Dakota, expecting to visit friends at Canton, Sioux Falls, Aberdeen and Sioux City. She wllp-be absent until April 1. Word haa been received from Mr. and Mra Andrew Rosewater that Mr. Stanley Rosewater Is Improving. The fever Is broken, and they are now hopeful of his recovery. ( Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Kountse arrived In New Tork last week, and Mr. Kountse is expected home today. . Mrs. Kountse and Miss Cotton will spend some time In New York before returning to Omaha. Mrs. E. H. fipraarue returned from Chi cago the early part of the week and will return there this week accompanied : by Miss Grain. Mr. Sprague Is also In the east and upon their return to Omaha they will take apartments st the Paxton for the winter. ' Mrs. Elizabeth H. Sullivan, who haa spent the fall visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna O. Higgins, left last week for Arlsona. Her new book, "The Purple Shadow," will be brought out In Harpers' In the spring, and Is also a story of western life, like her other book. ; Miss Florence Cleveland, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. iW. F. Allen since the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Paxton, will return Monday morning to her home In' Denver. Miss Cleveland will make her debut In Denver society the last of the week. Mrs. Horbach and Mrs. Bourke and daughters will leave the e.rly part of the week for Washington, D. C, where they have taken a house for the winter at 1228 New Hampshire avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed will take possession of their house as soon as Mrs. Horbach vacates It Mi'. Harry Doorly and Mr. Mclntyre have taken the G. M. Hitchcock homo for the winter, during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock and daughters In Washington. Cease a4 Ue Gossip. Mrs. George P. Moore of Chloago la the gusst of Mrs. O. D. Kipllnger. . ,' . Mrs. George W. Corelle left Saturday morning for a month's visit In St. Joseph and Maryvtlle, Mo. Mrs. Helen Drake has gone to .Alameda, Cal.. having been called there by the Ill ness of her daughter. Mrs. Edgar Bishop of Kansas City, who haa beea visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Al len, left Fridsy for her home, Mrs. O. L. Hart left last evening for Hastings, where she will meet Mr. Hart and spend Sunday with friends, - Miss Lemon of BU Joseph, who has been a frequent guest of her aunt, Mrs. Henry W. Tatea, .will make her debut on Wednesday, at hr heme, . Mre.-Burtoank recently enUrtalned Prof, snd Mrs. J. H. Wood of Chicago. Mrs. George Burberry of Indlanola, la. and Mrs. W Hlatt of Detwrft. Mica. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Btundlau Wnst brook are expected home bom their wed- $5 H3 $6.25. Silk Petticoat Specials $5.50 and $6.25. POPULAR COLONS AND BLACK. The record we have mnde in Belling only good wearing Bilk petticoats will be evidence enough to those who know us that we have something worthy of their notice to offer. FItKtill NOVELTIES IN SUITS AND COATS to offer this week; also dress skirts. ' 0. K. Scofiold Cloak & Suit Co., 1510 Doujglas Street THE HOUSE TH AT SELLS GOOD FURS a. Frank Wilcox Manager Pleasures Past. ' Miss Alice Troxell entertained the Les Bavardes Friday afternoon In a very pleas ant manner. The Moxart Music club met at the home of Mrs. A. A. Holtman, at 1709 Jackson street, Thursday afternoon. One of the most pleasant features of the week was a kensington given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. C. C. Troxell for her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Troxell. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bourke cele brated their first wedding anniversary Thursday evening at their home, 2116 N street, entertaining a large party of friends. The West Farnam Luncheon club, com prising Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Axtell, Mrs. Coe, Mrs. Mllroy, Mrs. Reed and the hostess, met to organise at the residence of Mrs. Edholm, on South Thirty-sixth street, on Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ella Breckenrldge entertained at dinner last evening, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Dale. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Woodland. Yellow and white chrysanthemums trimmed the table, and covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Dale, Mr. and Mra. Herbert Woodland, Miss Sherwood, Mr. James Sherwood, Mr. and Mra Clifford Richardson, Mr. Frank Woodland, Miss Mary McKenxle, Mr. Fred Foster and Miss Breckenrldge. The Hiawatha Card club spent an en-J joyable evening at the home of Misses Joe and Fay Lyman. The evening prise was won by Miss Joe Lyman, while Miss Mauds Scott won the consolation. Refreshments were served. The gvests were: Misses Joe Lyman, Fay Lyman, Nellie Winn, Maude E. Scott, Effle Levoy, Dora Hansen, Mable 8cott, Irene IcCoy, Messrs. John B. Lind say, S. O. Sturgeon, H. M. Fox, George Decker. George Walters, J. A. Hall, C. A. Bird, Thomas F. Rhoy. ' . Chief among the week'a end affairs was the reception given between 4 snd o'clock Saturday afternoon by Mrs. H. E. Palmer In honor of her daughter, Mrs. Herman D. Kountse of New York, who Is her guest, at her home on South Thirty-second ave nue. During the afternoon several hundred guests were received, the hostess being as sisted by Mrs. George Palmer, Mra. John T. Stewart, Mrs. Luther Kountse, Mrs. Charles Kountse, Mrs. Edgar Morsman, Jr., Mrs. W. V. Morse. Mrs. Samuel Burns, Mrs. Herbert Wheeler, tyrs. Ward Burgess, Mrs. Harry Wllklns, Mrs. Holdrege. Miss Ethel Morse, Miss Yates, Miss Kllpatrick, Miss Crounse and, the Misses Holdrege. In compliment to Miss Helen Howard, Mr. and Mra. E. M. Fairfield gave a dinner last evening ot their home on St. Mary's avenue, that was one of the prettiest af fairs of the week. A large silver bowl of pink cosmos formed the center of the round table, and was surrounded by pink tulle shaded candlea hi silver holders, while cir cling about these In a large wreath, pink cosmos and ferns extended around the ta ble. Suspended from the chandelier above was a ball of fern leaves, that formed a shade for the electric lights. Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield's guests were: Miss Howard, Miss Craln. Miss Woolworth, Mr. and Mrs. Lu ther Kountse, Mr. (Jerome Magee; Mr. Fred Hamilton and Mr.-Gervlas Greene. Mr. and Mrs. T. Albert Thompson en tertained most delightfully about 9U0 guests at Metropolitan club on Thursday evening. The decorations were in pink and white snd were very pretty. Palms and potted plants were used to decorate the ball room, and In one corner punch was served from a table prettily trimmed In pink carnations and ferns. The orchestra "played a march while the guests marched down and all were served at round tables In one body. the tables were decorated pink and while i carnations and ferns. Dimick's orchestra played a long program of the latest dance t music. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson ' received ! the e-ueata and their little daughter Xfl.a I Arline dalntly dressed In blue and carried a basket of programs tied In pale blue bows. Mrs. Thompson was charmingly gowned in white batiste with lace and em bioldery. Cards, bowling and billiards were also part cf the evening's amusements. The equal of any shoe in America for which $5.00 is asked. The difference be tween the two is in the profit. Asked by the maker and the re tailer of the $5.00 shoe, if there was still another party to handle them, they would necessarily be $6.00. The price of Sorois never changes. '$3.50 ALWAYS 0RQ5O The Heidelberg , 320 50. 16th St. , GERMAN CAfE Exquisitely Decorated Strictly first Class Mr. Buthorn, proprietor of the Schllts hotel, has recently shown his progrcssiveness by adding to his place the. above named cafe, which Is the only one of Its kind in Omaha. He had 'spared no expense In f urnlshlnti and decorating, and now posseses the cosiest cafe In the city. It will have to be seen to be appreciated. CALL AFTER THE THEATRE 1 A STERLING GIFT I Is always acceptable. Gorhatn'a Buttercup pattern, set of six. Teaxrjoons. M.26. S5.50 and tK.Su tier m dozen. ueseri spoons or lorxs, s.7t per ft dozen. Tublespoons or forks, 13.00 per dozen. Insert knives, $11 per dozen. Medium knives, $13.25 per V4 dozen. An old English letter engraved on each piece free. MAWHINNEY & RYAN CO., Jewelers aod Art Statisaers. Fifteenth and Douglas St. Write for our catalogue. A yVarm Bath - Room U imperative (or health during these cool days This . DovleMewatiiKoomKeater ttjitu uie tmaf. nc lif kidi you nav i hern ud to. It kinw ftlr with the ft rivtnr cootmoui heat at mm w.th uerfect com bunion. Costs My Sc Ltour. fl O AUssiht0y biror. stpMtsvl frkssj 3 0 srj r ypftM Fros elr- iMlare rl!l explKl. write tay. TMI DOVLC Am BURN I ft CO. FUl&e Uset. CHICAGO a. i ft rj,RS. R. H, DA VIES ( Fine Millinery and Hair Goods Most Tremendous Sale of Ostrich Plumes, Monday. Ever Heard Of. $1.50 Amazon Plumes, kt 98c $2.50 Amazon Plumes, at . ....1.48 X $5.00 French Plumes, at 4.00 ' $10.00 French Plumes, at 8.50 ' , Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. The largest stock of Ostrich Goods ever shown in Omaha. Come early and pet first choice. Our Trimmed Hats selling at the same Cut Price Sale, Largest line of Hair Goods in the city. Hair Dressing, Champooing and Manicuring. First class attendants. - Mrs. R. H. Da vies, 1511 Douglas St. fi, .u.iipi wu't'us" niff i hi i immiwwiiini ii n i i um i wwmw ii iiilMi ir ifT 1 1 filii'iiiiil'fcia .'miliM liflrinwiM i kmmMmtmmtmtmmmm-iitiiMiiiMMii.iMiBiiniiiii.iirti si sImua; Gutting Prices on Exclusive Millinery Every Hat in the House Reduced Picture Hats at $3.50, $4, $5, $6.50 Investigate It pays. 1508 Douglas St. WUWk- mm- PI FY jeweler! EL EakLmt 1 WATCHES U n,nf:. nlist the new fall Vliailllg .tyles $7.75 to SJ7.SO Do you like good coffee? . If bo step In and see the bestcoff.e machine ever made. Diamonds and Diamond Jewelry Solltaires-Clustcrav Combinations. Nat the Ntath. OMAHA. Nov. 7. To the Editor of The Bee: I am not a candidate (or the office of postmaster. The only office with which 1 am connected Is my law office. I never Intimated, directly or Indirectly, to Senator Millard or to any person connected with the. senator In buslneka or In politics that I br.d any aspirations to draw the salary of the Omifha postomce. (Irateful always for your frequent per sonal "courtesies" In The Bee, 1 am at the same time regretfully forced to Invlfe you to correct this error, and to ask you to announce that I am not one of the nine, and would not oe In the Hat If there were ninety and nine. T. W. BLACKBURN. To laTestlcste rksreta la .erases., JEFFERSON CITT, Ho., Nov. 7.-Jude Has-ll of the Cole county circuit court today appointed Frank 11. Brown special proaecutlnf ' attorney to investigate the charges made by Rev. C. 8. Brooks against V rosecuttoa Attorney R. P. Stone, whom he charged in a r.rmon some time ago with' cyrruption. The charges are drunk enness, gambling and falling to close the saloons on Sunday. kekeeaer Crew Last. MARINETTE. Wis., Not. T The Utile rchooner Hoaebtid of Menominee. Mich., Ttuch has bwo mlaalng for three weeks, la believed to Save gone down la l-ake MliliK.n with Oeorge and Edward Cola, suns of the owosra. who ware a-liing t, aod thrtr slater, w bo was atawsxd. r. i mmm 1 I I Mm i z raT Have 5?' mm -kvTI '' FAO.MAM STCE3YS. QMAW Unseasonable weather makes price cutting necessary in our Cloak and Suit Dept. not wait for cold weather. Iut ma'ca price that will u in holding- the jrarmenls. rionday we will plaoa on sale a larj i qui Hit of suit-, unie of block hevlot; coats, long blou style, trlmmsid with or n amenta, has capo cshouldar and full paueh sisjvsi, patsnt leaihsr bal:, ts new gored style, strictly man tailored. Tnete suit' sng as they last, for. , 17.50 We will also place on .ale Monday a1, lot of sample ladies' coats. We have them in all aiz.es and colors. This M I 7.5U coat could not be bought elsewhere for less I an$lC. For Monday only We have ovsr 2 JO hat. 1 1: w j ars gain j 1 3 ssll r tg ar4l3.i j of cost, bejiuj ) we must m.lti rjom for th mw e--yl5 J coming, i nese nau inciuae rait, ana velvets ornii colors and inmmtl wr.h quill, oitrici feathers and wings. Eve.-yon of th.m w ll wjr'. i $3,0O iTor Monday only, all go tt .... . 1.