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TIIE OMATTA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE fi, 1909.
THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE and her sister , THE JUNE BRIDE See our east window display of Pictures and things that will bring the glow of pleasure to her check. Things Beautiful as well as Things Unique One of our ladles will gladly show you around and tell you about things even though you don't care to curdhaae. SOCIETY IN SUMMER TIME (Continued from Second Pace.) Howard and Mis Hl Howard will give a dancing party at Happy Hollow club. About iility guests will be prwwnt. Mr. and Mr. . Arthur Remington are about to build a very handsome residence on the tract of two and a half acres that Mr. Remington recently bought west of Mr. Paxton's residence In Felracree. Mlaa Zola Delleckrr will entertain at lun cheon Wednesday In honor of Mlaa Pauline Schenck. whose marriage will take place June 12. Thursday Mrs. J. W. Qrifrith will give a luncheon In Miss Schenck'a honor. Mr. William A. Ayorlgg leaves Friday the ISth for a business trip In New Tork. and to attend the twenty-fifth reunion of his class from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Troy, N, X. He will be gone about sis weeks. Mrs. Henry Estabrook.has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Campbell, the past week. 'Mr, and Mrs,. Entabrook have given up their summer resldenoa at Elberon, N. J. and have bought a famous old , horn at Tarrytown, N. T., known as the Mary E. Lewis place, which they are proceeding1 to fix up for a summer reeldehoe, and will In time occupy perma nently. While here Mrs. Estabrook was much Interested In discussing with Mr. Archer Gibson, the organist, the various models of the pips organ, aa they Intended to install on in their new home. ART MUSIC 1513 DOU O LAS , 3T. ir. Lyons PERFECT ' Tooth Powder Cleanses, beautifies and preserves the teeth and purifies the breath Used by people Joi refinement for almost . Half a Century where: to go THIS SUMMER Vo ahoula know about the dimmer reeorts of Bouthera New England the mountain!, the eeh- hie and the couiitrr. You will (lad hare just the plane Jar TOUR vacation. The eumraer booka of the New York. New Haven St Hartford Railroad will help you to rhonee the rigni place. Ana you'll Bare more vacation tun hare than you've ever had before. Send fur on of three beautifully llluatrated book'; tree tor the easing: Caps Cod. XTerrag ansett Pier, Bustards Ba. Watch Sill. Xantvoket, Berkshire as Litchfield Hills, saartnas Bonn Bbore 01 I.oag Island Tlneyard. Bound. 1.1st of Hotels and Boarding Cottages. ' Write A D. SMITH, U. Y A., Room 177, New llavon, Conn. new York, new haven a haktf-ord r. it Spring Park Villa and Cottages- Bald Eagle Lake, Minn., now open for the season; a delightful spot In which to spend the Bummer; large grounds, beautiful trees, electric light, bath. attractive reception and dining rooms, Table strictly first-class; fine beach, Bailing, tennis and fishing; 40 min uteg" ride from Twin Cities. Apply to Mrs. M. D. Miller, $ald Eagle Lake, Mlun. ORDINARY DRINKING WATER 13 OFTEN VERT HARMFUL, bat ths system requires) water HSTIILED WATER Toass up the System Builds p the Tisanes Delivered in Bottles N ;t0 cenls per gillon; OVaSA XCB k COLS BTOBACa CO, 16th and Howard Bta. Taoae Poug. 455. The only flour m&do in Omaha 1 1 1 UPDIKEHIUIKOCO tf minis urn f S1.85 per sack At all grocers UFDUCII antXJKO COMPANT. OMAHA. Transit and Levels Repaired Tbs Wura Optical Co. have 'added to their lens grinding shop the services of a limn who Is an expert on repair In 4 and adjusting all kinds of surveyors, eiigia eers and field instruments. We would like a trial at your repair work. tagfat on the aV V. Cprner 1U) and aui aia.-Ti, uug. mi. - Personal Ooari p. Mrs. J. S.. Foote has gone for an castarn trip. General, and . Mrs. C. F. . Manderson bare returned,. from .Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. XX C. Bradford left Friday for Seattle to attend the exposition. Mrs. M. A. Hall ret imed last evening from a three week's visit In Canada. Mr. and Mrs. 13. O. Eldrldge left last week for a three weeks' eastern trip. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nuh , are home from a trip to Boston and New Tork. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Kelly have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Moss of Kansas City. Miss Georgia Lennox f Hannibal, Mo., Is visiting Mrs. Charles Liewls, but Harney street Dr. Nathan Zevln will leave this evening for Winnipeg. Can, to visit his brother. . Zevln. 1 Dr. II. C. Parker leaves Tuesday for a month's trip to Vom Angeles and the Pa cific coast. Mrs. I. Nalburg of New York City is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brawlroff. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kuhn and family have gone to Jefferson lake on a short fishing trip. Mrs. T. li. Combs and small sons left Saturday fur Milwaukee and Detroit for a month's visit. Mrs. P. W. Van Est of Los Angeles, Cat., has arrived to be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Callfaa. Dr. II. C. Parker leaves next Tuesday for a month's trip to Dos Angeles and tliA "Pnolfln nArthwont Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Carlisle of St Louis have come to Omaha to reside, Mrs. Car lisle is a sister of Mrs. M. C. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hord of Central City have just returned from a trip to Honolulu and are at the Paxton hotel. Mr. Charles Mattson, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Mattson of this city, graduated this week from Oberlln oollege, Oberlin, O. Mr. Harry O'Neill has' gone to his ranch In western Nebraska, near Broken Bow, where he will make bis home in the future. Mr. Curtis Lindsay Is home from Armour Institute, Chicago, - to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, 8. W Lindsay. ' Mrs. James C. Bishop left Wednesday for -Los Angeles and San Francisco, going later to Portland and Seattle, and return' lug about September 1 via Canada. - Mr. and Mrs. William L. Tetter will have as their guests this week Mrs. C. N. Jor gensen and Miss Maud Jorgensen of Hast ings and Mrs. Charles Iddolls of Bt Louis. Mr. Harold MoConnell Is expected home next week from the University of Notre Dame, Ind., to spend his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. MoCor- nell. Norrls Tyra returned last week from Kemper Military academy, Boonsvllle, Mo., to spend the summer vacation with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Tym. Miss Edith : Fisher returned Thursday from the state university at Lincoln and will spend most of the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. FUhur. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Potter have gone east to attend the commencement exer clses at Union college In Soheneotady, N. T., where their son, Cedrie Putter, is one of the graduates. Mrs. James C. Bishop left Wednesday for California. Later she will go to Port land. Ore., and Seattle to attend the expo sition and will return about September by way of Canada. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wharton bave taken rooms at the Home until their apart ments at the Hamilton flats are placed In order for them. They gave up their residence yesterday. Mrs. Phillip Nestor and son of Denver, Colo., who have been visiting Mrs. Nea tor s mother, Mrs. Anna B. Garrett, 60S North Twenty-third street, for the last mouth, bave returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cairns of Minne apolis spent two or three days this week as the guest of Mrs. 8.. A. McWborter. Mr. and Mrs. Cairns were on their way home from a fortnight's stay In Denver, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Keller bave gone to Annapolis, Md., to make a short stay with their son, Harold Keller, who at tends the naval academy there. They will also visit In Virginia before returning home. Mra Harry Weller left last week for Portland, Ore., where she will be Joined by Mrs. Weller, who has been In Califor nia the pt two months. They will then go to Seattle to attend the exposition, re turning home about the last of this month. Judge and Mrs. William Iiedlck left this afternoon for New Tork. from where they will sail June 10 on the Moltke for Naples. They expect to return to Omaha about the middle of September. They were acconv panied as far as New Tork by their son, John Redlck. , Miss Nell Evans of Columbus, Neb, and Miss Olive Evans of Pittsburg, Pa, are In Omaha for a few days as the guests of Mrs. B. R- Needham. They will leave soon for Culver university. Culver, Ind. to attend the graduation of Miss Nell Evans' brother. North Evans. Mrs. Lydla Morrison, who has been vis itlng Mr. and Mra Wing Allen for a few weeks In New Tork City and was also the guest of friends In the White moun tains, returned home Friday to attend the Tukey-Morheat wedding last, evening, Mra. E. R. Morrison of Kansas City aUo came to attend the wedding. Mr. George L. Hammer and Miss Hilda Hammer left last evening for the east Mr. Hammer will return next week and Mias Hammer will go to Yasser eullege for her class reunion and luter will visit in Posghkeepeie, N. T, where she will te fcrVluamald for one xt bar college o o o o 0 o o o o C) o o o o o o o OCOCCCOCCCOCCCOGO8S;OOCe0GOOOCOOOOOCCOO C) aru TDrx"rlo rwn 4 o Largest, Finest, Exclusive Home Furnishing Store in the West O ig Specials for This Week's Selling g O o v s ,m f X W -HeW This Elegant $20 Buffet only ff fell II W This BnffPt II JtJ ri a Cml? Special Terms on This Buffet Only $1.00 Cash and $1.00 Monthly. 1 Tnna fl Cash, 91 Vvr Month. EXACTLY LIKE LLLUSTIIATION, and positively the best value ever offered nl a HIGH GHADB buffet, and one that you will certainly ap preciate when you see It. It ia con structed ot carefully selected stock and has a beautiful QUARTERED OAK EFFECT. It la polished and rubbed to a piano brilliancy! Has $ small drawers, one ot them being plush lined for silverware, and a large lower compartment with a handsome art glass door. Tou positively wU not be able to duplicate this buffet elsewhere for Iobs than $20. Our special price Is $12.75. Full Value Always at tho Peoples Store ia - o o o 75 For this Vernis Marten Bed Terms, SOo weeldr. 6!! H4 rTH rf-1 rf4f A II Ymr r ZZl .--Hi Term- H U This Substantial $4 Porch Rocker For (51 Without question thls Is the best Torch Rocker proposition that we have ever been able to offor you. These rockers are EXTRA WELL MADE of elected WHITE MAPLE, and are weather-proof, with a varnish finish. They are large and comfortable and very restful. The back and seat, are of woven reed of an import quality. The large arms are broad and have that restful effect. Everyone should have a porch rocker, and here is the opportunity to get one at a very spe cial price. Actually worth $4. Sale price only $1.90. At 1 ii i tr luvatiij i i r v a i i jj sr." Cj jt . . v ww ; i bl i m wm re. '3 Exactly like cut. Positively a most 1-- II. 1 - 1H ..1, 1 1 ftnlcfiad . in Vernis Marten and strongly con- Bit UVWV,. S k.TA-JillJSIllillilltiMiiiiiiii... YrfTJiVk U50 For this Massive Pe- deital Exten. Table Terms, cash; 60c WTifikly. Exactly like cut. Highly polished. Extends to six feet. Hfnnrnn uafiun Umbrellas Heavily ribbed and made of heavy material. Actually worth $2.00 special price, only cDCDe The Largest Line of Go Carta la the City. WW 1- 595 For this Col- Iapsible Go-carl Complets with hood as shown. For this eleginl Parlor Table of selected stock and finished in a beautiful golden oak Highly polished and well constructed. Made Sale of Carpels From the N. Y. Auction Ingrain Carpets, extra quality, 75c grade, per yard ...... . . 40 Brussels Carpets, good wearing quality, 90o grade, per yard. . . . 65 Brussels Carpets, superior grade, $1.25 values, per yard 83 Velvet Carpet, beautiful patterns, $1.25 grade, per yard 85 Sale of Rugs From the New York Auc tion Continued Art Reversible Rugs, size 9x9, $6 values, Bale price $3.25 Brussels Rugs, extra quality, 9x11 size. $16.60 values. Bale price ot 810.55 Velvet Rugs, floral - and oriental designs, size 12x9 ft, $29 values, ale price 817.&5 Three Rooms Furnished Complete for $ 48.50 Terms) $8X0 Cash S4.00 Monthly. It iliJ ( & rADNAJi " STPEETS. OMAHA a tlas raoplas araluxs aa4 Oarpat Co Sat. XS7 Five Rooms Furnished Complete for Oil Q $12.50 u O O C) o QOOCOOOOOOOOOS0OOeC8O0OOOOOOOOCOOCCO Days a Gaaranleed Gas Range Terms: $1.00 Cash. SOo Weekly. We have the only safe gas range prop osition in the city. We guarantee abso lutely to reduce your gaB bill fully ane thlrd. Every part of our gas ranges are thoroughly inspected before leaving the factory aad only the highest class worK manshlp and material enter Into their manufacture. '63.50 Tarmsi $0.60 Cash $S.00 Montbly. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o C) 00 TA Boys a Gaaranleed O 0.311 Rcfrlaerator X Terms; 50c Weekly. We are sole agents for the Fam- f " ous Gurney Refrigerators. They V. J are the most economical refrlg- f " erator made today. The above re- . J frlgerator is made Dy tne samo concern. friends. Bho will also visit relative la ths east, returning- homs tbs latter xart ot the summer. 1 ' WeddlnKsj and Kntraarements. Mr. and Mra W. W. Donnelly announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Marie, to Mr. James A. Davis. The wed ding will take plaoe June SO. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Carpenter have an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Linn Maxwell Carpenter, and Arthur Bulllvan Lockwood, the wedding to take place some time In September. Cards have been received In Omaha an nouncing the marriage of Mr. Irvine Par ker Oardner, eldest son of the late Dean C. H. Gardner, formerly of Omaha, to Miss Harriet Evelyn Jackson, daughter ef Mr. and Mra WtlUum J. Jackson of Roseberg, Ore. The ceremony was performed at Bt, George's. Episcopal church In Roseberg. The marriage of Mr. James Henry Ad ams to Miss Jessie June Wltmer, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Heruhey Wltmer, will take plaoe Tuesday evening, June 8, at the home of the bride's par ents In Cedar Rapids. Mr. Adams, Mrs. Adams and Master Clarence Adams left Friday evening for Cedar Rapids to be present at several social functions, which will precede the wedding. Mr. P. E. Tay lor will be Mr. Adams' best man, while Miss Wltmer will be attended by her cou sin, Miss Rachel Wltmer, of Cedar Rapids. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Adams will be at borne at 134 Bouth Thirtieth ave nue after Bept. 15. Mr. and . Mra. Martin Langden bave Is sued Invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Miss Rosemary Catherine Lang don to Dr. Daniel Francis Crowley of Des Moines. The wedding will be solemnised Tuesday evening, June E2. at 4 o'clock at Bt Peter's eburch. Rev. T. . McGovern officiating. Two sisters of the bride will be her attendants, Mlas Graoe Langdon will be the maid ot honor and Miss Irene Langdon the bridesmaid. Dr. Lawrence tipor of Des Moines will be best man and the ushers wlU be: Dr. John & Sprlnk of Council Bluffs, Mr. Edward Crowley of Lincoln, Mr. W. J. McCaffrey and Dr. J. Frederick Langdon. A reception will fol low Uie ceremony for the members of the wedding party and a few Intimate friends. The marriage of Mis Low Ella Hlns. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ulne to Mr. Thomas Herbert Powell of Los An geles, CaL, took plaoe last evening at I o'clock at the home of Mn, and Mrs. Hlne at Twentieth and California streets. The rooms were deourated with palms, ferns and white peonies and Dr. F. L. Loveland officiated. Mlas Stella Chase, as maid of honor, was the bride's only attendant and wore a dainty gown tit pink chiffon ever pink silk and carried pink peonies. The bride's gift was a pearl pendant necklace. Mr. Marley Barnard of Buffalo, N. T., was bent man. The bride wore a gown of white satin made empire with yoke and long sleeves of duchesse lace. She carried lilies of the valley and wore a wreath of the same kind of flower in her hair. Her only ornament was a pearl cres cent, the gift of the groom. A reception followed the ceremony for the wedding guests. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Powell will be at home In Los Angeles. One of the pretty weddings of the sea son was solemnised at St. John's Cathollo church Tuesday morning at 19 o'clock by Rev. Father Wise, S. J. of Creighton uni versity, when Miss Irene Muldoon, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Muldoon, was united In marriage to Dr. William Scuha, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Scut a ot Schuyler, Neb. At 10 o'clock the bridal party en tered the church. First came the brides maid, Miss Mamie Muldoon, cousin of the bride, with the best man, Dr. J. K. Mul doon of Humphrey, Neb., brother of the bride. The bridesmaid wore a pale blue satin gown with a poke of silver laoa and trimmed with pearl ornaments. Her large white picture hat was made of baby Irish lace and white plumes. She carried Amer ican beauty roses. The bride was lovely In a gown ot white satin and chiffon and pearl ornaments made empire style en train, high neck and long sleeves. The ) only ornament worn by the bride was a handsome pendent of pearls In a diamond setting worn at the throat. Dr. Stevens and Dr. Davis served as ushers at the chiycli. Dr. and Mra Schuha left at 10 o'clock for a honeymoon of three weeks. They will go west to Denver, Colorado Springs, and other western points and will be home after July 1 at Orleans, Neb. Among the pretty June weddlugs was that of Miss Sylvia Gertrude Moorhead, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Park Moorhead, to Mr. Harry Allen Tukcy, which was solemnised last evening at the home of Mr. and Mra Moorhead on South Thirty-eighth avenue. The marrlago lines were read in the drawing room, where a screen of southern smllai, dotted with marguerites formed an attractive back ground for the wedding. A color scheme of green and white whs used in the ap pointments and for the decoration through the rooms. The ceremony took place at 7:80 o'clock. Rev. Frederick Rouse offlcl-1 atlng. The bride was charming In her wedding gown of Ivory satin, with an over drape in surplice effect, of self tone chif fon cloth Inset with fUet lace. The bodice was outlined with crystal embroidery, the same design following the hem of the skirt.. A lot, veil ot fine tulle was blH In place with a wreath of silver, and she carried an old fashioned bouquet of white roses. Miss Elisabeth Moorhead, sister of the bride, was ber only attendant and wore a chlo costume of pale green marquis ette made empire over satin, with a trim ming of green crystal and silver. She car ried a shower of white peas. Mr. Ross Towle served as best man. Follow ing the ceremony, dinner was served from two large tables, esch having a pretty centerpiece of pink roses and pink peonies. The guests. Including only the members of the wedding party and the Im mediate families. The bride's gift to her bridesmaid was an Imported scarf with a design In silver, and the groom's gift to the best man was a silver cigarette case. The wedding would have been one of the social events of the month, had not the Invitations been recalled, owing to serious Illness In the family. Both the bride and groom are popular In Country club circle, and the groom, the eon of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tukey, Is a well known young busi ness man. He Is a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, at the University of Nebraska, where he graduated. After a wedding trip to' the Paolflo coast, Mr. and Mrs. Tukey will be at home on South Thirty-eighth avenue, where they have taken the McDonald house for the summer. CASPER DAM IS ALL RIGHT Report that High Water Ha Drive It Oat aad Threatened Flood Not Correct. A report gained circulation in Omaha Saturday to the effect that the big Irriga tion dam at Carson, Wyo., bad been driven out by high water, but The Bee got In touch with Casper and ascertained that the report was not correct. "The dam Is all right and can stand sixty feet more of tide," said the man at the Wyoming end of the wire. "It is as safe as Gibraltar." The rumor had It that people In the val ley below had been warned to flee from the Impending flood. erlooa Lacerations and wbunds are healed without danger of blood poisoning by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the healing wonder. Sc. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. New Orleans Laaels New service. NEW ORLEANS, June 5. The re-estab-llaliment ef a direct steamship service be tween this city and Philadelphia after a lapse of forty-five years will be celebrated with public ceremonlus when the first ves sel of the Philadelphia and Oulf Steamabip cvuuMUUt read bare uext UuudaA I WILL I will start anew this morning with a higher, fairer creed; . I will cease to stand complaining of my ruthless neighbor's greed; I will cease to sit repining while my duty's call is clear, , I will telephone to Mangum v for some lettersdon't you fear. Auto Phone A-1885 Mangum & Company LETTER FACTORY 109 South Ith Street OMAHA , jT-- "V TV r . ' " - . a f Our product and reputation are th; best advertisement we can offer A. 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