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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 27, 1903.
B SOCIETY AT THE TLET1DE Young People Stop for Breath After Gay Bound of Feitiritiei. fEIS WLEX REPETITION OF LAST Daa Taplil Ontilofi Wants Claim, Working nvrrtlmn Darin llnll. daa HI vela lllm AIM la Dellghtfal Sarprlaes. Tk nrlght tide. If we look upon the bright aide. It la aura to be tha right tide At l-aat that'e how I've found It As I've Journeyed through each day. And It's queer how shadows vanish And how easy 'tla to banish From a bright alda sort of nature Kvery doleful thins away. Montgomery, Ala. T. B. BARROM. Tha loelal Calendar. ff)NDAT Omikron club danca at Cham bers; Mr. and Mn. Walter T. Page, sup per for Miss Nannie Page; Mlsa Elisabeth McConnell, bridge party for Mrs. K. A. Holyoke, Jr., of Madrid, Neb., and Mrs. Edwin Morrison of Ksnsas City; Monday Hrldge club meeting with Mrs. Charles T. Kountie; Mra. Herbert Oatet luncheon for Daughters of 1812; Mrs. Vosa, luncheon at Omaha club for Mlse Dorothy Morgan; Mlsa Nell Carpenter, O. . 8. ' claea reunion. TUESDAY Mlsa Loulae Lord, luncheon at tha Omaha club for Mlsa Paulina Lord of Dixon, 111.; Mr. and Mra. Wnrren Swltzler, dance for Mr. Robert Bwttsler; Lee Hlbous club, banquet at Roma hotel; the Misses Kuntlny, afternoon card party. WEDNESDAY Meeting of the Amateurs at the home of Mra. H. P. Whltmore; Utmnii Bigma dance at the Rome hotel; leap year dance at tha Country club; Mrs. Louie Doup,, luncheon; Marti-tta Km, cotillion at ber home; Sterling Brldga Club, Mra. Eric Johnson; Miss Marlott, card party; Miss Jacqulth, luncheon at her bo.ne; Miss Hervey, luncheon party; Mlsa Mary Taylor, card party; K. K. K. club, Mra. R. C. Marston; Alternate club, Mra. Douglas; Clematis club, Mrs. Stickler. . THURSDAY Mr. and Mra. I. W. Carpen ter, dinner for Miss Nell Clabaugh and Mr. Gilbert Carpenter; Mr, Elmer Red l k. bridge supper; Miss Ella Mae Brown, luncheon for Miss Flora Webster; Bull Foudre at Fort Crook; New Year's leap year pall at Metropolitan club: D. A. A. watch party and dance; W. W. W. dan Clng party In Dundee; Mrs. Frank Mry era, kenslngton; Ml"" Elisabeth Doud, high echool party; Mr, and Mra. W. MeCann, Owl club.' FRIDAY Cotlllllon club dance at Cham bers'; Mra. Joseph Barker, reception for Miss Louise Peck; Mra. Ueorge M. Rlbbel, reception for Mlsa Helen Rlbbel; Mr. Lloyd Lomax and Mr. Robert Mackay, dance: Major and Mrs. W. H.' Johnston, nt tome at Fort Crook; Miss Romona Taylor, dancing party; Johnson-Towna wedding. SATURDAY Daughters of the American Revolution meeting; Mra. Charlee L. Dun dey, bridge party for Miss Nell Cla baugh; Mr. and Mra. William Bear Pop pleton, dinner for Mlaa Flora Webater and Mr. George B. Prtns; Saturday night Claaa dance at Chambers' Mlsa Bath Dyers, evening party. The aftermath of Christmas and Christ ina festivities brought a lull In aocloty Saturday end nothing more strenuous than theater parties and cafe supper was at tempted. With a dancing party every even ing, and luncheons and dinner parties ga lore, not to speak of the last of the Christ- Where to eatJ Strenuous Season Although my pigeon chop Busy with pineapple and vron moo costs $2.25 per, I am aa busy aa a rabbit in a tar bucket erring It My Italian spaghetti with Hungarian mushrooms and ctal antl and my chile with bam and egga and Imported mescal seem to be about as much Bought aa turkeys and things. In the golden glow of even ing, after twilight baa sneaked, I am awfully busy. Trot 1415 FARNAM HT., UPSTAIRS HAMILTON'S CAFE ANNOUNCEMENT If you wish a Sunday Table d'Hote Dinner and you like real Home Cooking try The Hamilton Cafe. 24 th and Far nam St., today. This cafe is now under the management of Mra. Francis, formerly manag ing tha dining room of the South Omaha Country club. In her new place she la thorough ly equipped to Berve parties and banquets and to cater to the public A trial will con vince you. se3 Special Sunday Table D'Hote at Toll Hanson's Cale Served From 11 to S V. at. , Family parties for dinner or sup per are very popular here, relieves monotony of eating at home. You will find that Hanaon's prices are moderate. After the theater you will be charmed with the brilliancy and animation of the scene. Stop In evenings, make It aa Inexpenalve as you wish, atmtmW, this ts "Everybody's Biataaraat.' h Q TableD'Hote Dinner AT UAe Calumet 4al13 Douolaa Street f mas shopping and the feasting and visiting of Friday, aoclety found Itaelf literally worn oat by the close of the week and was glad enough to spend Saturday getting Its breath again and talking It all over. Fractlcally everybody Is at home from school just now, and as the holidays are all too short for the fun that has been planned, the young people will spend today visiting with tha home folks and start out again Monday for another week's round of dances and luncheons and suppers and the other things counted appropriate for the days be tween Christmas and New Year. Next to Santa Claus, Cupid is about the busiest person around. Two Interesting en gagementa were announced during the week, both of the young women being from out of the city, that of Mr. Thomaa Crelgh to Mlas Connor of Burlington, !a., and Mr. Robert Shirley to Mlsa Mae Dugan of Butte, Mont. Miss Dugan spent several weeks In Omaha last year as the gueat of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGinn. Mlsa Connor has been the popular guest Of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cooley. Dame Rumor says that there will probably be another announcement shortly of the engagement of two young people, both of whom live In Kountae Place. The girl Is a popular young woman Just out of school, and the young man, who graduated from a military school last year, la now In the wholesale business with his father. A number of watch parties are planned for New Year's eve, both in private homes and also In the leading cafes," when special programs have been prepared. Mr. Elmer Redlck will give a large bridge supper for the members of the younger set at hla home. A "ball poudre" will be given at Fort Crook and a number of small dinner parties will precede the hop, to which a number of Omaha people have been In vited. Many large parties have been planned to enjoy the programs at the cafes. and a number of card and dancing olubs will also have parties on that night. Bhortly after the holidays there will be quite an exodus of Omaha people for the warmer clime of California. Among those who will go are Mr. and Mra. J. F. Stout, who will leave January 6. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess and Mr. and Mrs. Edward rpdlka and Mlsa Updike are planning to leave some time In January. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Burrell will also soon leave for Cal ifornia. Mr. W. J. Hlne and email aon. William, left Saturday for Loa Angeles, where they will be for the next four months. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wattles will leave soma time In February for their winter home at Hollywood, Cal. Theater Parties. Mr. Lloyd Lomax gave a theater party Saturday to see Miss Edith Tallferro In "Polly of the Circus" at the Boyd, fol lowed by a cafe supper at the Henshaw. The guests included the Misses Bettte Bruce, Menie EM vis, Tibbie Davis, Mil dred Butler, Ruth Hammer, Katharine Beeson and Messrs. Robert Mackay, John Daugherty, Percy Hall, Harold Prltchett, Hal Brady and Lloyd Lomax. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Bruce gave one of the largest parties Saturday evening to see "Polly ot the Circus" In honor of their daughter, Miss Margerot Bruce. Those present were the Misses Brownie Bess Baunv, Jean Cudahy, Cathryn Bar kalow, Miriam Patterson, Jeannle Aycrlgg, Hilda Hammer, Katharine Powell, Marlon Haller, Amy Gil more, Margeret Bruce and Messrs. Walter Roberts, Edward Cudahy, Ben Gallagher, Richard Baum, Jack Baum, Denlse Barkalow, Paul Oallagher, Frank Wllhelm, Robort Burns, John Red lck, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bruce. Supper fol lowed at Hanson' a. Pleas res Past. Miss Corlnne Searle gave a skating party at Hanscom park, Saturday evening, for the members and friends of the Rolye club. About twenty-four guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Foly entertained a box party at the Orpheum Friday night for a number of members of the family who are spending the holidays in Omaha, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F. 1L Foly, Miss Julia Foly, Mr. J. H. Foly and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Foly. The Poppleton Avenue Card club was en tertained Friday evening at the Hamilton cafe by Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Penfold. Those present were Mr. and Mra. L. H. Korty, Mr. and Mra. J. B. Blanchard, Mr, and Mrs. John Manoheater, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Bryaon, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cole and Mr, and Mrs. Penfold. The Christmas cotillion to be given Monday evening by the members of the Omlcron club will be one of the largest parties ever given by this club. For the last two weeks the entertainment com mittee has been planning original stunts. Mr. Paul Beaton will lead the cotillion, assisted by Messrs. Fred Crelgh, Samuel Rees, Jr., and Jesse Rogers. A Landow-Sobeskl musical will be given January 14. followed by an Illus trated musicals February 11 and a Mabel- Crawford- Welpton musicals, date to be announced later. All three are to be held at the First Congregational church. Tickets may be procured of Mrs. A., B. Hunt, Mrs. George Covell, Mrs. Charles Ogle, Mrs. Clara Burbank, Mrs. A. N. Eaton, Mrs. T. R. Ward and Mra. Walter Rowley. Public sale later at Hospe's and Schmoller & Mueller's. The A-C-E club held an enjoyable meet ing at the home of Mlsa May Cullln Thursday evening. The evening was spent in progressive high five, prises being won by Misses Kortland and Callln and Messrs. Raamussen and Bprtnger. The hostess served luncheon the latter part ot the evening. Those In attendance were: Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Pulver, Mr. and Mrs. N. Nelson, Mrs. Callln; Misses Aurora Kortlang, Irma Springer. May Callln; Messrs. George Raamussen, Roland Springer, Henry Chrlstensea, A Callln. The nest meetlug will be held January 7 with Mrs. N. Nelson. Mr. Reuben O. Miller was pleasantly surprised Christmas night by a number of friends In celebration of his twenty-first birthday. A decoration of terns, holly and red candles waa used. A pleasant evening waa spent with mualc after which a sup per waa served. Those preaent were: Mlaa Mable Whltehouse, Mlas Lulu Norgsrd, Miss Morrow, Miss Ethel Isltt. Miss Alice Whltehouse, Miss Marguerite Havens, Miss Ruby Masters, Miss Olive MJQ on, Mlsa Gertrude Miller, Mr. Ralph Carlson, Mr. Hoyte, Mr. Paul Consandler, Mr. Carl Malm, Mr. Stuart O. Wlgg. Mr. Reuben Miller. Mr. Harold C. Kuhn, Maater Clin ton Tebblns, Mr. Sylvian Burkenroad, Mr. R. E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Ttb bins. Mr. and Mrs. Farrar Yates, Mrs. O. D. Munson, Mrs. A. A. Gary. Chtlatmaa waa observed at Papplo View, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. a. Hojpe, by a large family gathering. After dinner occurred the christening of Oeorge Hospe Miller, aon of Mr. and Mra. George 11 Miller, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks offici ating. In the latter part of the afternoon the company adjourned to the home of Mr. William titsmann, son-in-law of Mr. Hospe, where a similar ceremony was rrsetvei trr Baby Marguerite Papplo, born November IS to sir. and Mr. Wil liam Zltsrnann. During the evening Mrs. ZlUmann served a dainty luncheon on a long table which ran the length of the room, with a small evergreen lighted with candles for a centerpiece, whjle flowers and holly completed tha dooora ttona. Those preeent were: Mr. and Mrs. Hospe, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reum and son, Clarence; Mr. aad Mfg. Ernst ZlUmann and daughter, Wllhelmliej Madam ZttSmann, Mr. and Mra. Oeorg Miller. Miss Lahr. Rev. anil Mra P. Jenks and Great Grandfather Nellgh. Prospective IMeasares. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Lewis wUI entertain at dinner on New Tears' day. . Mr, and Mrs. H V. Lewis will entertain at dinner on New Year's day. Miss Elenor Jaqulth will entertain at luncheon Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Voss will give a luncheon party Monday at the Omaha club In honor of her sister, Miss Dorothy Morgan. Miss Mary Taylor will entertain at cards Wednesday afternoon at her home, when about twenty gueata will be preaent. Mlas Babette Well of Lincoln Is a gueat of Mlas Roalna M. Mandelberg. Thtre are a number of parties planned in her honor. A dancing party mil be given Monday evening, January 4, by the LaSalle Dancing club of St. Peter's parish, at the Metro politan hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mandelberg will give a largo dancing party Tuesday evening st their home In honor of their guest. Miss Babette Well of Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. M. A. PUIsbury will give a chil dren's party Tuesday afternoon at her home In celebration of the sixth birthday of her son, Donald PUIsbury. Miss Ola Boll Hervey will entertain at luncheon Wednesday for the younger mem bers of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority t her home. There will be about ten guests present Major and Mrs. William H. Johnson of Fort Crook will be at home New Year's day after 4 o'clock In honor of Miss mar gins of Bt. Louis, Mo., who is a school friend of Miss Johnson. Mr. Robert Mackay and Mr. Lloyd Lo max will give a dancing party New Year's night at the Wattles' Memorial parish house. About thirty members of the school set will be present. Mr. and Mrs. lsaao Carpenter will en tertain at dinner on the evening of De cember 31, In honor of Mlsa Ellen Cla baugh and their nephew, OUbert Carpen ter, whose wedding will take place Janu ary (. Mr. and Mrs. William Scars Poppleton will entertain at dinner Saturday, January 2, for Miss Flora Webster and Mr. George Prlna, whose wedding will take place January 6. The guests will be the mem bers of the wedding party. The Daughters of the American Revolu tion will hold a social meeting Saturday afternoon Instead of the regular meeting Monday, In order that the teachers may attend. The meeting will be held at 2:30 o'clock at tha Wattles' Memorial Parish house and Mrs. John B, Flack will pre side. The members of ths Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will be entertained at a kenalngton Thursday by Mrs. Frank Mey ers at her home at 3 o'clock. The guests of honor will be the young women who are home from the university. Including the Misses Anne Dennis, Helen Sholes, Doris Wood and Ola Bell Hervey. A large children's party will close the month of December, when Mrs. C. IT. King will give a cotillion In the ball room of her home, 8203 Woolworth avenue, for her daughter, Miss Marietta King, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers will lead the cotillion. Tho hall will be decorated with yellow and green and about sixty children will be present. The leap year dancing party which will be given Wednesday at ths Country olub by a number of young women of the younger set, promises to be one of the most unique parties of the week. The Country dub la sn Ideal place for a danc ing party and the young men who have re ceived Invitations consider themselves for tunate. About thirty will be present. Among the larger affairs scheduled for the week Is the dancing party to be given at the Rome hotel Wednesday evening by Gamma Sigma fraternity. About sixty cou ples have been invited, the guests being for the most part members of the younger social set and the young people at home from college for the holidays. Elaborate preparation la being made for the party, which promises to be one ot the most en joyable of the week. One of the large receptions on New Year's day will be that of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Rlbbel for their daughter, Miss Helen Rlbbel. This will be In the nature of a coming out party, and those assisting will be: Misses . Prances Martin, Olive Baker. Gertrude White, Gladys Peters, Mary Morgan, Lorraine Comstock, Bessie Moorhead. Agnes Burkley, Edith Patrick, Mesdames Frank B. Johnson, A. B. Car penter, Harry Montgomery, Irving Baxter, T. Hilton Fonda, Jr.; Gaylord Martin. Come and fto Geaslp. Mr. Nathan Bernstein leaves Monday for a visit in Des Moines, la. Mrs. Brotherton of New York City is visiting relatives In Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess are visiting Mrs. Burgess" parents In Pontlac, 111. Mr. Frank M. Zanner la rpendlng the boll days with friends m Minneapolis, Minn. Mra. Adelaide M. Zanner spent Chrirtmas with her brother, Rt. Rev. F. R. Mii:s paugh. Mr. Isadore ZJegler has returned from a visit in Waahlngton, D. C, and eastern Pol.'lt!. MUi Barbara Will of Lincoln will be the guest during the holidays of Mlas Roslna iLnJolberg. Mr. Claude H. Robertson of Bt Lou's Is i pending the holidays with Ms mother,-Mra. J. A. Dempater. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Laederich of Kan sas City are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William II. Wood. Mrs. Henry Wli'te of Birmingham, Alt, Is the guest for several weeks ot Mr. and Mrs. Edson Rich. Mrs. Martin Criramlns of Fort Crook, who has been ill In New York City, Is now convalescing. Mrs. S. M. Thorman of Cleveland, O., will arrive Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Julius Dieyfoos. Mr. Odin C. Mackay Is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Mackay. Mr. Arthur Wakeley arrived Christmas day from Cornell university to spend the holidays with bis parents Miss Bowie sails for Europe about Feb ruary 1 with friends from Kansas City. They will take the Mediterranean trip and MIDWEST UFE ITEMS President N. Z. Snell will give s banqaet at the Lincoln hotel on the evening of January 1, 109, to all the agenta of The Mldweat Life. Local agents are wanted by The Mld weat Life in every town in the' state ot Nebraska. Call at or write to the IBme office. The Midwest Life la an old line Nebraska company. Of the new business written by The Midwest Life during 103 about one-third has been participating and the other two thirds non-parttrlpatiiig. Aa announced In these column befcre, It Is the Inten tion of Ths Midwest Lite to eventually go wholly on a non-participating or stock basis. Before 1301 ends you should take out that policy in The Mldweat Life which you have been putting off from time to time. Home office 100T "O" Street; Omaha agency- 13 Uuard eX Trade Buildll 1 - will later spend considerable time In Soot land and England, returning In about six months. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lauer and taby of Lincoln spent Christmas with Mrs. Lauer's mother, Mrs. J. J. Brown- Mrs. A. N. Wick ham of Lincoln arrived Thursday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Smith for a few daya. Mra. 8. C. Tatton of Joplln, Mo., Is visit ing at the home of her slater, Mrs, W. D. Pat ton, 1651 Manderson atreet. Mr. and Mra. Ernest D McLean of Bt. Paul, Minn., are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mra. A. B. Hunt of Florence. Mlsa Hlgglna ot St. Louis la visiting Major and Mrs. William H. Johnston and Miss Johnston at their home at Fort Crook. Mr. and Mra. Robert C. Hayes hava gone to Chicago to st end the holidays with their sons, Mr. John H. Hayes and Mr. Victor Haye. Mrs. Fannie Bloomfleld Zelsler, who Is to appear In a recital on January 4, 1909, will be the gueat ot Mra. Samuel Kata during her stay here. Mrs. Edson Rich will leave the latter part of the wek for a few days' visit In Kala- n-.asoo, Mich., where she wl'.l attend ths wedding of a nl-ce. Mrs. Edward Lee of New York, formerly Miss May Dundy, arrived Thursday and with her mother, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dundy. Mrs. C. M. Merriam and her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Nelll, nee Bemlce Merriam, fotmerly of Omaha, now living In Chicago, will reach Omaha New Year's day. Mrs. Anna Heywood Leaman of Chey enne, Wyo., will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hey wood, 1U) North Twenty-sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Millard, who are now In California and who were expected home for the holidays, have postponed their return until some time In January. Mr. and Mrs. Mart M. Brown leave to day for their home at Sturgls, 8. D. They have been spending the Christmas with Mr. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown. Mr. Edward Hall has returned from the Bchool of Mines at Golden, Colo., to spend the holidays with hla parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hall, 637 South Twenty-sixth avenue. Mrs. Andrew Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. James Ellison and small daughter, all of Klrks ville, MO., have arrived to make a short visit with Judge and Mrs. Duncan M. Vln sonhaler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and two sons of Kansas City are spending the holidays as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Campbell at their home in Kountse Place. Mrs. A. G. Edwards and Mlsa Bern Ice Edwards will leave the first part of Janu ary to spend several moriths visiting In San Antonio, Hot Springs, Los Angeles and other points In California. Judge and Mrs. D. M. Vinsonhaler have as their guests Mrs. Vinaonhaler's mother, Mrs. AndTew Ellison, and her brother, Mr. James Ellison, and Mrs. Ellison and llttlo daughter, all of KIrksvIlle, Mo. Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter, Bernloe Smith, will leave Tuesday tor their home In the City of Mexico, after spending sev eral months as the guests ot Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Edwards. Captain and Mrs. William Co win will leave January 2 for a visit of three weeks In Washington and New York. Their small daughter, Virginia, will remain at the home of her grandparents. General and Mrs. Cowln during their absence. Captain and Mrs. Lebnard D. Wlldman ot Fort Leavenworth are visiting Council Bluffs, Omaha and Fort Omaha friends over the holidays. Captain Wlldman was formerly stationed at Fort Omaha and Is one of the expert signal corps men of the United States army, being particularly die. tlngulshed for his work and writing on wireless telegraphy. Weddlaaja and Engagemeats- Mr. and Mrs. John Bondesson of Florence, Neb., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lillian E., to BJarne H. Graft of Seattle, Wash. ' Mlsa Annie S. La Blanche of Nebraska City and Charles T, Williams of Omaha were married at Nebraska City Christmas day, the Rev. O. I. Wright officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will be at home In Omaha after the holidays. A very quiet wedding took place Christ mas afternoon, when Miss Genevieve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Glover, and Mr. Harry Lund were married at 2 o'clock at the bride's home. Twenty-sixth street and Lafayette avenue. Dean George Beecher officiated and only the two families were present J. Fred Glover came from Chicago to be present at his sister's wed ding. Mr. Lund is the son ot S. G. Lund, at 628 South Fortieth street. Mr. and Mrs. Lund have gone for a wedding trip to Se attle and other points ot interest along the coast. A wedding of much Interest to a large circle of friends in Omaha will be that of Mr. Robert Updike, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Updike, to Miss Winifred Sherman of Lincoln, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. L. A. Sherman of the State university, the ceremony to take place Wednesday even lng, January , at S:S0 o'clock, at the bride's home, 1234 J street, Lincoln. Owing to a recent bereavement In the Sherman family the wedding will be very quiet. Among those attending from Omaha will be Mr. and Mrs. Edward Updike, Mr. and Mra. N. B. Updike. MIbs Louise Updike and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Smith. RUNAWAY PAIR GET MARRIED Girl of Flee and Man of Treatr Six Are Poreeed to the Altar. Omaha authorities were notified to look out for Frank King and Ruth Hough ton, 15 years of age, who eloped from Sioux City Christmas evening and It was believed came to Omaha to be married. King is years of age and his family Uvea In Macon, Mo. He and the girl had been going to gether for some time, but because aha waa ao young her parents objected to the match, Her stepfather and an officer from Sioux City were in Omaha Saturday In search of them. Later In the day news came they were married at Dakota City and returned home. NO MARKET FOR THREE DAYS Us(tt Lapee the Orala Bxekaag Ilaa Had tor Boaae Mocaa. . Three dava without a market and the d3y be "ore the long rat qui t bocauee o' the Chrlstmaa excitement has made the grjln business on the tloor ot ths Omaha ex change dull. There was no market on Christmas and Saturday morning the few traders who anDeared found the no loe of no market posted. Seldom l as the ex change missed so many days and ti e grain Is piling up in the yards and elevators, which will bring the year to a cI bj with a rush of sales. .Brieaeo Oatelaaaeel. "Felicia. I love you with my whole heart." Rodney, it la unat lentlflc aa well aa silly, to locate the arai ot affection lu the heart The heart is nierly a uiuacular organ too buay pulsating at the rate of seventy ex panaiona and contractions a minute to have time to experience auy emotions, even If It were capable of it " Rodney's only answer to this was to clasp her fnudly to his breast. What could aha ey by wsy of rejoinder when she could dutlnctty feel his heart throbbing at the rate of ninety-six throbs a minute? . , Suiac nu sttwh.reHChloag Tribune. WHAT THE WOMEN ARE DOINC T. W. C. A. Issues Prospectus of Domestio Science Course. BmJDDfG BULKS COMPLETION School to He One of Moat Complete In West aad Will Inelnde rook, lag Onarees to Meet All Demit a da- Omaha's long anticipated school of do mestio science promises to become a reality within a short time now, as the Young Women's Christian association's new build ing, In whloh It IS to be located, is ncar Ing completion, and the association has Issued Its first prospectus of the domestio science course. While no definite date for the opening has been announced as yet. Miss Clara E. Burgoyne, a graduate of Oread Institute, who ts to direct the school, ts planning Its equipment, which will be installed as soon as the building Is ready, a matter of only a short time now. Information regarding the several courses may be had upon application to Miss Burgoyne at the present office and stu dents will be given places In the classes In the order of their registration. The fol lowing schedule of classes is announced: Term, ten weeks; lesson period, two hours: limit of registration. twenty members in each class. Tuition fee Includes the cost of all materials, fuel and use of utensils. Beginners' Cookery ClaaHlIlcatlon ol tm.rli rAtvKB mrwl ma. 11 u ' 1 1 1 f ft 1 1 utensils; relative nutritive value and preparation of foods; fundamental prin ciples of scientific cooking: cereals; evg; cheese and milk UlHhes; soupa; vegeUoles and cheap cuts or meat; puddings; iruus aim cueap cull ui 1111, yuuuuiKa, aim,, popovera; muffins; bread; sponge and nutter cases; pantry, nonnar, i:iv v " $5. Tuesdsy, T:16 p. m., 11.80. Saturday, 10 a. m., 16. The class Saturday murnlng will be dealirned especially for young women ana gins, ana ins luesaay even ing class for business women. Advanced Cookery Prerequisite: be-s-lnnera' course. Meat broiled, fried, atewed and roasted; the right cooking of fish and fowl; rroquettea: entrees, salads; attractive not ana cold neseris; ices. Fri day, 2:20 p. m., 16. Friday, 7:15 p. m.. M.bU. Rertstratlon In this class requires the prerequisite of the beginners' course, but win be given ror me nrsv term to mose who may wish to enter the first and sec ond courses at once. Luncheon Course Prereaulalte. begin ners' and advance cookery. Preparation and aervloe of entire meals, formal and Informal; luncheons; afternoon teas and ninner parties; sanawicnes; entrees; fancy Ices; reception wafers and bon bons. Thursday, 10 a. m., i. As this course cannot be given until the pre requisite courses have been taken, a spe cial course or "charing dish oooKery" is offered in Its place. See No. A, Buslneas Women's Practical or Dinner Class Designed to give the business woman practical experience in preparing and serving meals. Members will coma directly from store and office to the domestio science kitchen, where they will prepare ana serve tneir own suppers un der the supervision of the director. Thursday. 5:80 p. rn.. $4.60. Saturday. 6:30 p. m., $4.50. Practical Housework Studv of the best methods known for serving formal and In formal breakfasts, luncheons and dinners, with practical work. Sandwiches: salads and beverages; the proper care of china. cut glass ana Sliver; tne laundering or table linen and dollies, with removals of various stains; cleaning and caring for oiled floors, wood workl windows, walls, matting, rugs, carpets, furniture, marble. brass, enamel, radiators, ranges, refrig erators, cellars and lavatories. A model bedroom is eaulDDed for nractieal work. Monday, 10 a. m., $4. Tuesday, 2 p. m., $3. Monday's class will be specially adapted to the needs of young housekeepers, with or without help; while the class on Tuesday afternoon Is arranged that maids may pre pare themselves for correct and efficient service. Chafing Dish Course Chaflne- dish cook ery has Its recognised place on the break- . , I ...... 1. - k. 1 n V. inn. miu ,i,.t.ii mt ii i rvi 1 1 w, wuviv uaililjr uul dishes are thus prepared: and for the very popular late supper, wnere it seems tne em bodiment of hospitality and good oheer. Thursday, 10 a. m $5. special courses in canning, preserving, pickling, etc., will be given In season, PRATTLE OF THE YOUNGSTERS. "Oh, mamma," said little Lola, "I've got a awful pain. Won't you please give me some of that medicine with sugar In It T Quick, mamma, before the pain goes away." "Bobby," said the teacher to a small pupil, "what Is the hardest stone ever discov ered ?" "I don't know," replied Bobby. "Can't you thlnkr queried the teacher. "Yes, ma'am, answered the little fellow, "but I can't think hard enough." Little Johhnle, who Is considered the imago of his father, was one day In his mother's way, when she told him: "You are alwaya In the way." Ht replied: "I am Just like papa." "Did you offer Tommy Clay a piece of your cake, JlmmleT" "Yes'm. He didn't care for It." "Didn't care for ltT" "No'm. I gave him a bite an' told him I'd lick ho stufftns out of him If he swal lowed It. The little De Jones girl Is talking to her playmate, Lucy Van Smith. un, iucy, saiu sue, -we nave a new papal" "Have youT What's his nameT" "Mr. Hayes." "Oh, pshaw! we had him, too, but we didn't like him." Little Roberta was given to stubbornness from which she could be brought only by Judicious use of the maternal sliDDer. One evening, as the stringent remedy was about to be applied, Roberta shrieked with hy terlcal emphasis: ' "Well, nuunma, it you are going to spank me why don't you give me a nandKerctueiT Prof. Brander Matthews, the brilliant writer and teacher, was discussing literary quaintnesa at Columbia. In Illustration of the quaint he said: "A little gtrl I know waa very bad one day. She waa so bad that, other correc tlons falling, her mother took her to her room to whip her. During this proceeding the little girl's older brother openod the door and was about to enter. But In her prone position across her mother's knee the little girl twin ted her head and said, severely: " 'Eddie, go out! Can't you see we're busyT " KICL1U1UUS NOTES. The total gifts for this year to the Chris tian Missionary alliance so far amount to close to to.OuO, the largest in the hlalory of tha organisation. Rev. Dr. O. 8. Davis of New Britain, Conn., who has been elected president of the Chicago Theological seminary. Is one ot the most noted Bible students la the east. It la expected he a ill accept, but only on condition that a certain sum Is raised to more successfully carry on the work of the , Institution. The Kp'seopaJ diocese of Virginia has elected as coadjutor to Bishop Ulbson the Rev. Dr. Brryman Green, a prufeawr in the Theological seminary at AWxor.jrla. Dr. Green, who is about 44 yeara md, la known throughout the church In th'j uth as a theologian and preacher of t.blllty. Rev. Dr. Ambrose White Vernon win be the new paator of Harvard churclr, Hronk llna, Boston, succeeding the Ute -fie v. Or. Thomas. Dr. Vernon la profeaaor of prac tical theology at the Yale Divinity echool. He will bin his duties In Broukilne on the first Bunday la January. His salary will bo tfi.OuO. Ray. Daniel 8. Tuttle, Eplacopal blahop of Missouri, lost his silk hat during the ex ere lacs marking the inauguration of Presi dent Hill of tha University of Mlaaourl. As he wears a number TV4 there was no bat la Gwiumbia bS euauga tr alia. He EXTRA A $50,000 Stock of Unre deemed Diamonds must be closed out before January 1st. re gardless of original cost. 300 Kt amend King In all sixes. 80 Diamond Brooch. TS Diamond Boarf Pius. 35 Diamond Studs. 160 Dlamoad Xiookats. 44 Watohea, set with dlamosds. And hundreds of other articles too numerous to mention. Don't mlsa this great opportunity of getting a big bar gain. All goods guaranteed as represented. Btodkey's Jewelry & Loan Go. 1401 Douglas Ot. THE ONLY PIANO III OMAHA THIS WEEK All Our 1908 Beautiful Sample Pianos Must De Sold by January 1st-To Make Room for Our 1909 Sample Pianos. THESE CHOICE PIANOS ARE GOING FROM S135 UP This is a rare chance for wise Piano buyers to deal direct with America's leading Piano factory. Remember wo are selling these special Pianos at Wholesale Prices. Wostorn Office and Salesroom Third Floor, Did Boston Store OMAHA W. E. RICHARD J, Manager BUSH eV OERTS PIANO CO. was loaned a head covering several sise too smell and was compelled to get along the best he could until he returned home. The preachers of Columbia, Mo., have Indorsed the twenty-five minute sermon. In interviews recently the mtniaters of the Metliodlat, Baptist, Eplacopal and Chris tian churches all expreaaed themselves as In favor of the shorter sermon. They were all of the opinion that the hour and the hour-and-a-half sermons were out of date. They thought that a preacher should have his sermon carefully prepared and should stop when he is through. A century ago there were 100 "churches within the square mile" of London city. Now thore are little more than half that number. It has been suggested that thirty of these should be demolished and the funds thus liberated employed In church work elsewhere. The site of All Hallows, In Lombard street. Is said to be worth 800,000, while that of St. Michael s, Corn hill, is valued at no less than 750,000. Bt. Peter's, Cornhlll, stands on equally valu able ground. The aggregate site values of the thirty churches which it is proposed should be incorporated with other parishes is put down at 3,600,000. The Rev. Jamea K. Caasldy of 8t. Mary's Catholic church, Fall River, Mass., who waa one of the leaders of the successful no license fight in that city has served notice that in his parish, at leaBt the new prohibitory law Is not going to be a dead letter If he has anything to say In the mat ter. "Already the newspapers are discuss ing ways and means for practically nulli fying the verdict," he recently told his congregation. "I serve this notice that so far as St. Mary's parish la concerned, liquor will not be sold contrary to law. Neither myself nor my prlesta will enter a house with the blessed sacrament where liquor is sold In any tenement. This Is a fair warning." Cocaine I.avr In Illinois. The supreme court of Illinois has upheld the new coralne law of that state and dealt a hard blow to patent medicines con taining the drug. The case at Issue waa a fine of Ti00 imposed upon two Chicago drug gists, who were convicted of having aold a catarrh powder containing cocaine. The druggists contended that the powder was sold by a cleric, but the supreme court held the owners responslb'o. The law provides that cocaine el all rot be aold In any form except on a rihyeicisn's prescription. II. W Pear Co. Palls. NEW YORK, Dee. M. Henry W. Poor, trading aa H. W. Poor A Co.. at ts Wall atreet, made an assignment today fur the benefit of credltora DtswVBavc SAAwKTOntUM This Institution ia the only one In the central west with separate buildings situated in their own ample grounds, yet entirely dis tinct and rendering it possible to classify cases. 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