THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 29, 1911
YOMEN TO DMYE OWN AOTCS
Society Standing Back of Big Rower
CROWDS AT THE OUTDOOR CLUBS
' Two Big- WeddlBK8 Brlde-to.Be Se
lects Sister Debutante M tne
Bridesmaids at Her
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com tip from Lincoln for theAk-Sar
Mrs. Maurice Bronner and small daugh
ter of Philadelphia are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Hadra.
Mr. and Mrs.' Earl J. Perry of Marshall,
town are the guests of Mrs. Perry's par
nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Haney.
Miss Claire Deutsch of Chicago will ar
rive Saturday to be the guest of Miss
Mildred Rubel during Ak-Sar-Bea week.
Mrs. T. F. Barker of Oakland, Cal.,-will
arrive next week on her way from the
east to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Miss Ellen Barker of Chicago, who
comes next Wednesday to visit Miss Eli
sabeth Congdon, will be an out-of-town
guest at the Ak-Sar-Ben ball
Mrs. F. L Marsh Is here from Los An
geles to visit her nenhew, John E. Marsh,
at 1339 North Thirty-fifth street. Mrs.
Marsh formerly lived In Omaha.
Judge and Mrs. A. J. Cornish and chil
dren of Lincoln are expected the first
of the week to be the guests of Mrs. J.
M. Metcalf for the week.
Miss Ruth Anderson of Tacoma, Wash.,
will be here to attend the coronation ball
as guest of Miss Elizabeth Pickens. She
will be an out-of-town maid of honor.'
Miss Josephine Darling of Davenport,
la., expects to arrive today to visit her
cousin, Miss Helen Smith. She will be
one of the out-of-town maids at the Ak-Sar-Ben
At the Country ClnV
About one hundred and fifty membsrs
and guests took dinner at the Coumrj
Club last evening. It was the last of tht
table d'hote dinners, but the club will be
kept open throughout the winter
Mrs. Eva Wallace entertained at din
ner when covers were placed fort
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nash,
Mrs. C. Sm'th,
Mrs. luva waiiace,
N Frank Haskell,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. . Peters will have at
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Butler,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gaines,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burns,
Mrs. W. J. Foye,
Mrs. J. J. Dickey,
, J. T. Stewart, 2d,
E. E. Bruce.
I Among the larger parties last evenin?
at the club was the one given by Mr. and
Mrs. David Baum for ' their daughter,
Miss Margaret Greer Baum, and her
1 guest, MiBS Rider of Dubuque. The guests
Home from Abroad
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Miss Emily Cleve and Miss Jennie
Undeland have Just returned from abroad
after having spent the last two years
studying the violin in Prague, Austria.
During the summers they traveled in
Germany, Denmark. Norway and Sweden.
While In Sweden this summer Miss Cleve
gave a large concert for the benefit of
a hospital fund, besides giving several
other successful concerts. Miss Undeland
also gave a couple of concerts for the
benefit of the old people's home in Har
danger, Norway. Miss Cleve expects to
give a concert here in the near future
and will shortly open a studio in Omaha.
twenty guests; George F. Gilmore, twenty,
and Harry Ryan, ten. '
Catherine Thrummel.Louise D'.nnlng,
Margaret Greer Baunt
1 Gerald Wharton, ',
Raymond Low, . t .
Stanley Roeewater, '
Messrs. ! ;
Ware Hall, . - s
i Richard Baum,
! Harry Koch,
Entertaining at dinner last evening
1 were: John Madden, who had eight
guests) C. J. Smyth, twelve; F. W. Jud
'son, eight; Miss Ella Mae Brown, fix;
( Wilson Low, six.
At Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mrs. Marcus L. King gave a large
(bridge luncheon 'at Seymour Lake Coun
try club Thursday afternoon. Autumn
j leaves - made an effective decoration.
Those present were:
B. L. DeLanney,
J. M. Mullen,
C. M. Skinner,
(John H. Parratt,
'Richard N orach,
I J. B. Watkins,
IL. M. Lord,
!G. F. King.
"Ma von a T . finer
1 Miss Vera King.
At Prairie Park dub.
A special entertainment was given Fri
day evening at the new Prairie Park club
and a literary and musical program was
enjoyed by about 200 guests. One of the
features of the evening was the presen
tation to the olub of the pioture of B. J.
Scannell, founder of this club. The
spesoh was made by C. T. Walker.
The regular fortnightly dance, which
was to have been given next Friday at
the Prairie Park club house, has been
postponed one week owing to the Ak-Sar-Ben
The Prairie Park Kensington olub will
meet Wednesday, October 9, at the club
At Fort Omaha. ,
The first of the ' formal hops of the
season at Fort Omaha will be given Fri
day, October, 11, and will be followed
by more or less Informal dances at reg
ular intervals during the winter. The
post has a new band and besides -the
dances there Is a moving pioture enter
tainment three times a week.
Mrs. Hartman, wife of the commandant
of Fort Omaha, has nearly recovered
from her long illness from nervous, pros
tration and is at home on Tuesdays,: as
are most of the women of the post, and
after the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities are over
there will be more or lesj entertaining
by the officers and their wives, ' t '
D. Moxham of
P. T. Naughton,
J. M. Tanner,
W. S. King,
T. O. Phelan,
At Happy Hollow.
The last dinner and dance of the season
at Happy Hollow will be next Tuesday
evening. Many out-of-town guests who
have come for Ak-Sar-Ben were enter
itained at the club last evening.
their guests at dinner:
Mr, and Mrs. Robert S. Trumble,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Blair,
Mr.';and Mrs. J. Paul Zimmerman,
Mr. and Mis. lid ward O. tiamiiton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKay,
Among the larger' d nner parties at
Happy Hollow last vemhg were those
given by W. H. Gates, who had covers
Jlaced for eighteen; A. W. Carpenter,
even; O. P. Goodman, ten.
Tuesday evening G. M. Durkee will have
Pleasures Past. , f.'-- ' v i.
Miss Helen Brandeis " gave a theater
party and luncheon ; at the Delft tea
room for the Triangle,, club ' yesterday.
She had nine guests.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Darothy entertained at
dinner at theh home Saturday evenlg
for their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terry
of Marshalltown, la.
Mrs, James Trimble gave a quilting
party Saturday afternoon at her home
for Miss Frances Gould, who will be an
October bride. The af terndn was spent
tying a white quilt with blue to be used
In the guests' room of the bride's home.
Those present ,were:
Frances Gould, , Claire Vierllng,
Agnes Cooley, Rebba McNamara.
Frank Roberts, Richard Kitchen,
Arthur Cajacob, E. I. Langdon,
E. A. Rose, Allan Dudley,
Ray Gould, James Trimble,
Surprise Birthday Party.
The children of Mason school gave a
surprise on John Schlecht In honor of
his thirteenth birthday at his home, 810
South Twenty-third street The evening
was spent in playing games. Prises were
won by Eva Graham and Edward Lynch,
Those present weret
tkm of her services In that office for the
last ten years. Miss McCartney will leave
next .month for Los Angeles to live. At
the meeting were:
. Mr., and Mrs. C. D. Hutchinson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobson.'
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wagner.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frlcke.
Elizabeth McCartney.Mlttie Clark,
Gus Nelson. A. J. Standberg,
Mrs. F. J. Despecher.
Miss Elizabeth Shortliff, daughter of
Mrs. Margaret Shortliff, will be married
Monday evening, October 14, to Dr. Clar
ence RubendaU. They will have a small
horns wedding followed by a large recep
tion. The maid of honar will be Miss
SbortllfTs cousin. Miss Adeline Kerns of
Mollne, .III The best man will be Dr.
Rubendall's brother, Ward RubendaU, of
Alliance, Neb. Dr.JRubendall Is a gredu
aae of the University of Nebraska and ft
member of Alpha Theta Chi fraternity.
Mrs. Vincent Entertains for Visitors.
In . honor of Mrs. Ed Phelan's guests,
Mrs. J. P. O'Connor of Dennison, la., and
Mrs. T. J. Gist and Miss Bobble Gist of
Falls City, Neb., Mrs. C. Vincent will
give a 'dinner and Orpheum party Tues
; Mrs. Vincent will entertain these guests
at the Ak-Sar-Ben ball, Miss Helen Phe
lan, Mrs. Walter I. Smith and Miss Grace
Smith will also be In the party.
Louise Moore, '
Miss EcCartney Honored.
At the meeting of the Orchard . Hill
Improvement club, at the homo of
the secretary, Miss Elisabeth Mc
Cartney, the members presented her
with a gold-headed umbrella In apprecla-
Initial Showing of Stylish
$25 to $35
These suits are strictly man tailored models and
are made of the best and newest materials money
can buy. The styles shown are the very latest crea
tions. Every suit or coat In our magnificent dis
play is easily worth $10.00 to $20.00 more than
the price we ask. To truly appreciate these you
must see them. Alterations made without charge.
Expert fitting by man tailors.
Boyd Theater Building
The wedding of Miss Juanita E.. Slater
to Thurman G. Stewart took place on
Wednesday evening at Kountee Memorial
The bride wore White crepe de chine
with pearl trimmings and carried a
bouquet of bride roses. She was given
away by her mother, Mrs. Anna Slater,
who wore gray satin r tlh old rose trim
mings. Miss Blanche Harold was brides
maid and was gowned In yellow.
A reception followed the ceremony and
a number of out-of-town guests were
here for the wedding. ' The bride has
been a member of the Kountze Memorial
choir for ten years.
Creighton Medical Club.
The students of the Ceighton . Medical
college have formed a dancing club and
will give a series of five dances through
out the winter at Chambers' Dancing
academy. One representative from each
class was chosen as an officer of the
club. Guy Van Scoyoo ot Oak Hill, Kan.,
a Junior, was chosen president; C. B. Ed
wards of Beaver City, Neb., a senior,
was chosen vies president; Justin J.
Young of Omaha, a sophomore, was
eleoted treasurer, and Carl ' Russum of
Omaha, a freshman, was elected secre
tary. The dates for the dances are Oc
tober 15, November 12, December 6, Janu
ary 8 and March it.
Dinner at Fort Crook.
Last evening prior to the informal hop
at Fort Crook Lieutenant and Mrs., ul
tran entertained at dinner at thlr quar
ters in honor of Miss Sweet and lieu
tenant Whiting, when the guests were
the members of the bridal party,
Miss Ayer, Miss Morgan, Miss Pauline
Bourke, Mr. Lewis Sweet, Mr. Brian
Whiting of Marshall, Vs.; Lieutenant
Selble, Lieutenant Griffith and Lieuten
ant Wilson. . . ,
For the Future. '
Mr .and. Mrs. Charles Flndlayson will
entertain at dinner today In honor of Miss
Dorothy Tetheian and Mr. . Hugh Mc
Manus, . whose, wedding will take place
October" 15. . Covers' wlli be placed f. r
twelve guests, , . . ,
Engagements. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. John- C. Klots announce
the engagement of their daughter, Marie,
to Mr. Michael J Cahlu. The wedding
will take place next month.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Meyer announce tht
engagement of their daughter. Miss Grace
Meyer, to Mr. Henry L. Goldstone. The
wedding will take place this winter,
At-Home Day at BrowneU Hall.
Miss Euphemia Johnson of BrowneU
HaUhas postponed the at home day,
which was to have been Wednesday after
noon, October 2, until a week later owing
to the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. A. L. Newman of Lincoln arrives
Sunday to visit Mrs. Roy W. Moore.
Dr. W. W. Bowser, who spent the sum
mer in Europe, is expected home Mon
day. Dr. R. E. Lamoreaux left for California
Wednesday and expects to be gone three
or four weeks.
Miss Anna W. Mueller of Florence hat
returned from a ycr s vocal study in
Berlin and Vienna.
Mrs. J. Van Rensselaer and son, Bev
erly, fcavs returned from a two months'
September 29, 1886-Mr. Charles B.
Keller and Miss Cora Doane were mar
ried at Trinity cathedral by Bishop
Worthlngton. At a few minutes after 8
o'clock the bridal party drove up to the
arch that had been erected In front of
the cathedral and as the organ began a
subdued prelude every eye of the large
crowd turned In expectancy toward the
door. The bridal cortege was proceeded
by two fairies In pink and blue, Mute
Jennie McClelland and Miss Birdie Bar
ber. Miss Wakeley was the first brides
maid, and Mr. A. Wakeley and Mr, Guy
Doane acted as groomsmen.
September 29. 1874-PhiIlp Potter! Ne
braska manager for the American Surety
company, thirty-eight years ago married
Miss Fanny M. Clark at Fort Calhoun.
September 29, 1891 Mr. W. M. Burroughs
and Miss Alice Chute, both of Omaha,
were married at the bride's home. Rev
F. W. Foster tied the knot. The wedding
was a quiet affair. Just the relatives of
the contracting parties being present. Mr.
Burroughs was the assistant general
agent of the Northwestern Life Insurance
September 29, 1897 Mr. Arthur Mets of
Omaha and Miss Emma Schmidt of
Davenport, la., were united In marriage
at the bride's home. Rev. A. M. Judy of
the Unitarian church performed the cere
mony under a beautiful canopy of smtlax
and pink carnations. An elegant wed
ding supper was served in the private
banquet hall of the library hall. From
earliest childhood the bride possessed a
pronounced love for -music, and she be
came an accomplished musician and
teacher. Mr. Mets is the son ot Senator
Fred Mets of Omaha and was the secre
tary and treasurer of the Mats Bros.
Brewing company. The happy couple
enjoyed an extended wedding tour of the
east Among the guests present from
Omaha were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mets and
Mr. Arthur C. Smith. 1
visit with relatives and friends In Call-fornla.
Mrs. IS. V. Lewis expects her son and
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis, In
Omaha about the middle of October for
Mrs. Harry P. Potter of Seattle Is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. J. H. Sherwood, and
later will visit Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Breck
enrldge. Mrs. Grenvllle Parker of New York, is
visiting her mother and grandfather, Mrs,
Montgomery and General Dodge In Coun
Mr. and Mrs, Joel West have returned
from a four months' wedding trip on the
Pacifio coast and will take an apartment
In Omaha for the winter. v
. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mllllken of Chi
cago, have come to Omaha to make their
home. Mrs. Mllllken was formerly Miss
Elolse Wood of this city.
Mrs. John O. Goodwin and three chil
dren of Newcastle, Ind., arrived Saturday
to visit Mrs. Goodwin's parents, Mr, and
Mrs.' F. B. Keiward, In Falraores.
Miss Curtis , will leave early In October
to visit Mrs. William Karnes in Kansas
City and friends In. Chicago before going
to New Tork to be with her sister, Mrs.
BIrdr until Christmas.
Mrs., E.' D. Wead has returned from a
four, months' visit with friends and rela
tives In Wisconsin and is with net
daughter, Mrs. W. H. Mlok, 2U South
M.'ss Zola Delleoker, who has spent the
summer abroad, landed in New York on
September 10 and has been traveling In
eastern cities. She will be In Omaha,
F" This is an opportunity to inspect the largest
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I? low you will be surprised; no middle man's profit; 5 j?
F croods direct from maker to wearer. f
Genuine Sable Sots, up from $250.00
Genuine American Mink Sets, up from . .$37,50
Japanese Mink Sets, up from $15.00
Black Fog Sets, up from $47.59
Red Fox Sets, up from $50.00
Natural Oriental Fox Bets, up from $50
Natural Lynx Sets, up from . . . .$00.00
Natural Raccoon Sets, up from $37.50
Natural Opossum Sets, up from $13.50
Natural Wolf Sets, up from ...$19.50
White Iceland Fox Sets, up from $17.50
lllack Marten Sets, up from. . . .$35.00
Canadian Marten Sets, up from $10.00
Ulack French Coney Sets, up from $7.50
Jap Lynx Sets, up from $17.50
Black Iceland Fox Sets, up from $27.50
We mention only a few of the many
good sets for lack of space.
Genuine Russian Tony Coats up from. ....
French Coney Coats, up from ......$10.50
Near Seal Coats, up from $45.00
Monnont (Russian Mink) Coats, up from S60.O0
Woforminb (Muskratl Coats, un from. ........ .$65.00
Genuine Reaver Coats, up from. . ......... $85.00
Genuine Otter Coats, up from ...$175.00
Hudson Seal Ooata, up from $ 150.00
Genuine Alaska Seal Coats, up from ...$250.00
Visitors to Ak-Sar-Ben are welcome to make this
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