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10 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER. 15 , 1 80.-8IXTBEN PAGES.
CHAMBER Suits , $22.50. .Antique Onk and A Grand Chamber Suit for the \
Mahogany. . 160 UfJToroul yloa of Cham" prlco. LACE CURTAINS , fiiff n C fa A Handsome Suit , antique oak , i 2 Jiw si.
S2,5o ; o $20 , WtWil sssTSL wSssr5 ether Wardroljs , SIO Worth
Becker I&2J25 & EASELS.
In nil colors. 980. | § 1.50
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Fine Polished RocUor Yf&LLf * fci-A wtlU M mm riirj\tM \ * 1'M.MM i m > irtm > * * y Extension
$ l.40in Antique Ouk or $9.50 A Grand Cook. Table , 90c.
. . crilealclH imkilu and think it nhcap at that
Muhogiuiy , c.hciip at SO. pnca \nU I nf , Isn t tllllt dlcnv. 1
SIDEBOARD $12.50 ; considered
cheap at $20.
You and your wife are respectfully
invited to visit our mammo.th estab
Heating- Stoves , lishment , the
Prices range from _ , ,
$2.50 to $65.00 A Goodjngrdn , InnllooJorg
PORTIERS Combination Gommodo ,
HANGINGIiAMi' Hardwood ,
85. O horhoupoB all colors ,
charge 81O. Vienna ( kip ,
BOILER , - 98o. T '
nun. ] Mmio , Tea
Copper Bottom. Largo size.
We Have Dressers
I ? B5' ' s COMFORT
From $8.00 $ to $40.00 $
Clock $4.5O Ct 1 O K GIVEN AWAY. . . AT .
Cp 1. Z O. "GIVEN AWAY WE HAVE SPRINGS
Warranted a good A very neat ° " ° ° rtheso rockers pi-o- An elegant line , From $1.5 O to $15. 90c. Bottom.
Hard Wood , * ° ° "
Chairs 85 cents. timor. Center Table. } * n nmi nLvUbt
AWAKENING TO THE "DREAM"
Society's Sleepy Eyes Open on the
Measures of a Now Danco.
CLOSING OF THE SUMMER TEAS.
Record of Matrimonial Adventures'
mitt Those Who Seek Booinl
rieasurOH in the Parlor
nnd W lid wood.
To Dunce and Dream.
kk. The American association of the professors
of dancing has just closed its laboi s iu New
York City after n protruded session. Among
the novelties introduced and finally acted
upon wore a schnttischo-quadrillo and a
beautiful round dance called "Tho Dream. "
The latter production was the result of a
dying professor's vision , hcnco its name.
Of necessity this last terpsichorean exercise
will become ; universally popular with roman
tic molds nnd youths during the scasoa
about to begin.
The professors will hold their nest year's
sessional ! Chlcnao , where they will endeavor
to introduca the largo pedal extremities of
that city into as poetic and elegant positions
as their size will permit. May uo\v inspira
tions sii'ze upon the dancing masters , and wo
trust their watchword will continue to bo
"On with the dunce , let Joy bo uaconUncd. "
The Imtost Mllllnory Styles.
Mrs. J. J. Bliss , who has boon In Now
York of lute , and observed very closely the
latest styles of feminine headgear , has re
turned and favored n Uni ; representative
witli a description of the various pretty nov
elties that , eho observed while In the mil
linery palaceH of Gotham , and gave the fol
lowing tips as to what will bo the fashion ,
nblo thing this winter :
"Thoro will bo plenty of now and beauti
ful colors worn this season , " said she ,
"among which heliotropes , llgbt and dark
jauuos and Mordorcs will predominate. In
deed.yellow , in Its various shades , will bo ex
travagantly used , Among the new colors ,
also , are seen ttio beautiful calla Illy shades
in ribbons , velvets , feathers and felts.
Gold-colored ribbons nUo busk In the llgut
of feminine favor.
"Tho small bat is the most popular ono at
present. Some uro trimmed with handsome
Persian scurfs caught Uo\vn with clasps and
others with a stylish bow around which Is n
circle of birds. Some liavo an entire crown
of llttlo fcatncm.
"Tho walking hat ranges Irom a inodcrato
size to a very high hat crown , the latter
being among the very luUst styles. Some
are broad brimmed , the brim being of con-
tlnuous width , while others are minus any
brim In the back and huvo u very low crown ,
Thus. j ou see. every style of face can bo
B u I ted. A handsome novelty Is the Mother
Geese poke , n beautiful combination of
drooping plumes and ribbons in which a
pretty tcoop-sliapo Is the basis. The whole
affair Is ot ono color , being a beautiful new
shade of red. In addition to the above em
bellishments , a pair of ribbons Btrotch to the
bauk of the bonnet and then extended for
ward to bo fattened under the cliln Is a co-
< mettl h bow. This utylo Is an odd but
very pretty ono , nnd will bo the leading hut
for ladles and misses.
"Then there la the Hat. English bonnet , al
though in reality the style was manufactured
ill Purls , us the ladles nay , 'it Is a perfect
love of a uonuot , ' and Is umall , cute nnd
beautiful. The shape is covered with black
a1 velvet , largo , fat , scarlet ( lowers , and wings
of the tunic color are placed on the sides nnd
form u Hat arch over ttio top , nnd the whole
Is llnlsbed with black velvet to form an Alsa
tian ft out. Coupled with a small face , the
effect is ulstractingly cburmlng ,
"Then there Is the toque with a Persian
crown , u ulinplo. but stylish lint , in which
black and buttercup yellow are the prevail
ing colors. The crown Is prettily embroidered
iu black and white , and finished arouiul the
frout with u double puffing of black vuh ot.
The ribbons end bows ou one slue uro of u
beautiful tint called buttercup yellow , and
the other side is trimmed similarly only the
color ot the material is black ana the finish
ing touch a pretty little bunch of hair like
feathers called an 'aigrette. '
"Iho different styles of turban nro quite
the style and always give an. iiir of attrac
tive juuntincss to the wearer.
The evening capote has u crown that is a
solid mat of gold , and the trimmings are of
two shades of verto , a bcuutitul now color
that will without doubt bo all the rage.
An English turban was the next in order
in this peep into millinery futurity. 'Iho hat
is iu black and while , but is very striking.
The band and crown wore of black and
whlto silk astrukuu and the trimmings were
of white watered. These are some of the
leading styles and are sufficient to show
that millinery truly belongs among the line
arts both in creative fancy and in coloring.
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GunrdH Drill and Hop ,
On Monday evening the Omaha Guards
entertained ns their guests the Dodge Light
Guards from Council UlafTs. At about 0
o'clock the guardsmen marched into the
armory , showing a "swashing and n martial
outside , " although , doubtless , the most sus
ceptible ahiong them found difilculty in tem
pering bis feet to the regular music , owing
to the quick step of his heart beats.
A military drill and dress purado under
any circumstances is blood-Quickening , but
with the sweet confusion' lights , music
and the battery of bright eyes , the man who
docs not lose his bead i.s made of soldierly
stuff indeed. Bo it said to their credit , the
visiting and homo guardsmen acquitted
themselves bravely , und having aono , left
their martini manners with their rifles und
obeyed a different call "to arras,1' by choos
ing his partner for the dance from the as
sembled Council 131uffs nna Omaha belles ,
among those present were : Mr. nnd Mrs.
Gu.v C. liarton , Miss Bertha Yost , Dean
and Mrs. Gardner , Mr. and Mrs. Wells , Miss
Ueese , and Miss Murray , Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes , Miss Hughes , the Misses Baum ,
Mr. and Mrs. H , S. Hollins , Miss Mundo
Woolwortb , Mr. und Mrs. Charles P. Deuel ,
Major and Mrs. Wilson , Miss Ogden , Major
und Mrs. l enham , Mr. Milton Kogcrs , Mrs *
Sturtovunt , Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Hogors , Mr ,
und Mrs. G. II. Hoggs , Doctor und Mrs.
Glbbs , Mr. nnd Mrs. D. H. Wheeler , Sr. ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. II. Wheeler , Jr. ,
Mr. und Mrs. Max Meyer , Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Meyer , Mrs.
Kiln Bcall , Mr. H. 8. Berlin , Mr. and Miss
Howard , Air. and Mrs. J. A. Uoblnson , Mr.
and Mrs. U , S. Lander , Mrs. J. K. Waring ,
Mrc. L > . J. Collins , Miss Sago , Mrs. Anna
Yutes , Miss Yutcs , Mr. and Mrs. Lynmn ,
Captain and Mrs. Boharff.
'abo KUies Cci e tr , Flora and Grace
Hepploy , VVnring , Parrotto , Dclss , Kinlly
Wakoloy , Daisy Donne , Gundlo Co burn ,
Ida Sharp , Dewey , Orchard , Delia Chandler ,
Clara Brown , McConncll , Uosewater , Kmma
Houeluud , Luura Houglund , Dundy , Annan
Millard , Kittle Lowe , Mabel Fonda , Luidu
Curtis , Leila Shears , Brssie Hall , Nichols ,
Luddiugton , Duryoa , Nellie Burns ,
Edith Crandoll , Williams , Pearl Hnrt-
mun , Fuller , Nclllu Smith , Hlmcbaugh ,
Vansio Miller , Bcaslo Votes , Florence Yutes ,
Cut rio Stevens , Beach , Steward Chapman ,
Mary Clark , Clara Cltirlison , Hammond ,
Corey , Marvo , Pusoy , Bullard , Horton , Mar
shall , Huslman , Larimer. McCaguo , Inez M ,
MCSSIB. L. Drake. C. Guiou , W. MoCogue ,
Nat Brighum , Wilcox , Harbuok , of Des
Mollies ; Will WymanV. . Cartun , Frunlt
Hamilton , Gcorgo VOKS , Pierre Garncau , Ly-
onmarclr , T. Caughlin , Will Wakoloy , Ar
thur Gulou. John McCormlck , E. W. Lee ,
Milton Barlow , Bishop , Swolgurdt , of Dos
ATnfnon ; Will Doune , UuyOoano , "Wntit f ! * n * iF
Harry McCounell , Hurry McCormlck ; H ,
T. Cleaver. H. C. Miller , O. Hull , Spollman
Luclon Stevens , Slioruiuu , Bert Cook , Mo-
CannYoodbury. . Charles Stewart , Iluas ,
Gcorgo Squires , vVlnslow , Nat Brighani and
inpuy oil o-s , the ball being exceptionally
As for the gowns , surhkaloldoicoulodlvor ,
slty was neyer witnessed in tha memory of
man , There was literally everything la the
way of toilette , material rtud make.
Full ball dross with the bodice clecoHcto
and without sleeves , in which the wearers
looked bewitching , deml toilettcg with luce
huts or bonnets as a little leavTii of vnrietv ,
morning dresses In which shopping might bo
done with admirable taste and oven nn occa
sional gown which inclined one to bo .believe
tha fair lady had mistaken her invitation nnd
had arrayed herself for a 5 o'clock te.i to bo
poured only for her Intimates. In short , the
ladies made a bravo attempt to "out Herod
Herod" in their dress parade.
Ten nt Hamilton Plncn.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hamilton gave a
tea at Hamilton Place Thursday evening in
honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hughes , who
are visiting Mrs. S. S. Caldwell. It was a
charming departure from tha conventional
tens and loft n wide field of conjecture In the
minds of the invited miesls , whoso invita
tions read 0 o'clock , an hour ns uuusual as
wore the appointments of the whole enter
tainment. The spacious drawing rooms wcro
very bowers of beauty with trailing
smilax , palms nnd n wc.ilth of
roses , every available place being
made gay with sweet smelling posies , and on
the uiano were orchids ot wonderful beauty.
In the back drawing-room , on a largo Eng
lish table , tea was served by Mrs. S. S. Cald
well , Mrs. T. B. Cumin ? , Mrs. D. Coffman
and Miss Stella Hamilton , usslstcd by Mr.
Frank Murphy. Mr. M. T. Barlow , Mr.
Luther DraKe , Mr. Robert Patrick and
Messrs. Will. Frank and Caldwell Hamilton.
There is nothing that so readily makes conver
sation us a cup of tea , attractively served.
Mrs. Hamilton's cuosts were deeply en
gaged In an interchange ot thought , satisfy
ing and satisfied , when to their utter amaze
ment the dining room was thrown open and
a charming picture was disclosed to their
view ; more ( lowers in profusion nnd a de
licious supper awaited their proper apprecia
tion. Later , feeling that all had been done ,
and alive with regret thut the charming
evening had so quickly sllppo.l by , the guests
wore departing , when in the hallway as a
final ovldenco of their host's engaging hos
pitality , a Dowl of punch was served , of such
famous brewing "a to leave absolutely noth
ing to be desiri-d. The liu'ltcd guests wore
confined to the old settlers and intimate
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes.
Mrs. Pnxton Kntcrttilnfl.
On Friday evening Mrs. W. A. Paxton
gave a dancing parly in honor of Miss May
Clark and Miss Gcogia Sharp. The spacious
ball room , admirably suited to the entertain
ment of any number of guests , was comfortably -
ably full und the young pcoplo wcro keenly
ullvo to the delight of a waltz unbroken by
the rude Jars that nro necessary In a crowded
drawing room. Irvma furnished the muslo
and the Union club appealed to the apprecia
tion of tbo Inner man with Pryor's ' admira
Tim Cnninliiir I'nrty Kn'crrnlned.
On Tuesday evening Miss Margaret Cook
entertained the members of the camping
party that recently spent a few days on Mrs ,
Hcndrlck's ranch near Ashland. Cards and
dancing wore the order of the evening , A
dainty lunch was served. The guests wore :
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Boland , Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hendricks , Miss Ella Armstrong , MU Mln-
1110 Bedford and Miss Julia Clarkson.
] < 'lrenien'a I'lcnlo.
A number of the firemen , with their best
girls and other friends , enjoyed u plcnlo at
Prlo's lake Monday. Base ball , fishing , bout
racing and dancing wore among the varied
sports of the day , and a jollier company
never broke the sllonco of the surrounding
groves. Whllo Captain Uurdlsh was exhib
iting his skill as a balancer in a boat bo
upset the craft , throwing himself and tbo
occupant , Miss Gibson , into the chilly water.
Considerable oxcltcmqnt reigned until the
two were fished out. The captain lias not
yet hoard tbo last of tbo casualty. On the
dancing platform prizes were offered for tbo
best gentleman and lady waltzora , and Spud
Farrlsh and Miss McCarthy captured the
prize. The following constituted the party :
CapUla John Burdlsh and MlssKato Mc
Carthy , Captain Mike Carter und Miss Delia
Grady , Spud Farrlsh and Miss Vada Leslie ,
P. McCarthy and Mist Bessie Cosgrove ,
James Connolly and MUs Mattie Gibson ,
Bob Iloblnson and Miss Kate Holland , Jobu
Schall und MUs Dqrlingtoi ) , II. Monuuan
nnd sister , M. Gopcins and Miss Dwyer , P.
Noonan and Miss Dalloy , Gcorgo Crogorand
wife. Bob Uobinson was master of ceremo
nies and tilled the position to the satisfaction
of every ouo present.
Miss Georgina Elliott Murray , daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray , was mar
ried very quietly to Mr. Arthur Acbeson
nt Trinity Cathedral , Monday morning at
0 otloclc. Dean Gardner performed the
marriage service , which was attended only
by the immediate family.
The bride was attired in her go-away
gown , ns they went direct from the church
to the station.
Their wedding journey will extend through
Colorado and the west. After November
1st , Mr. nnd Mrs. Achcson will bo nt. homo
to their friends at 270 ! ) Dodge street.
Cards nro out announcing the marriage of
Mr. A. S. Gregg to Miss Sadie Covingtou , of
Little Roolt , 'Ark. Bert w.is formerly con
nected with the typographical department of
Tin : BIB. : He is a bright and ambitious
younc man and is at prosoilt doing reportorial -
torial work on cue of the Little Hock papers.
His Irlonds all hope that his future troubles
will bo little ones.
Mrs. Fiizor'ri Uiitfmt-ly Death.
The death of Mrs. Villlo E. Fetzar , nco
Williamson , brought sad news to a largo
number of young people of this city , friends
of the deceased. It has only been a little
less than a year ngo that aho became Mrs.
Fotzer , being happily married to Mr. Will
Fetzer , jr. , of the wholesale firm of Purlin ,
Orendqrf , Martin & Co. . of this cty } , and
their happy homo was nt'JOlU Capitol avenue ,
Mrs. Fetzer was at the time of her death vis
iting Mr , Fotzer's mother , at Ottumwa , la. ,
nnd was sick u very brief time. The remains
wcro interred ut Ottumwa. Sbo was a
daughter of Theodora Williamson , csq.520
Douglas street , and a sister to Mrs. Itov.
Charles S. Billings , of the Congregational
church , nnd of Mr. Charles Williamson , as.
slstant secretary of the Young Men's Chris.
\ Pleasant Reception.
A pleasant reception was given by Mr.
Ellis Moore Monday evening in honor of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Collins , recently married. The af
fair occurred at the cosy residence of
Mr. W. H. Butler nnd was attended
by over thirty couples , among whom
were a number of newly married
couples. The evening passed pleasantly
away with music , singing und conversation.
Mr. and Mrs. Collins ware highly pleased
with the pretty domonsUatioa nnd will
always regard it as one of the pleasantcst
memories of their honeymoon.
Six O'Oloolc Tea
Miss Rose Hlrshsloln gave a 0 o'clocic tea
party last Sunday evening in honor of thu
Misses Annie and Iluy Hosenfold , of Hod
Oak. A few Intlmato friends were present ,
and spent n most delightful ovoning. Among
them wore ! Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis , Mrs. J.
Hiishstoin. Misses-Annie and Hay HOJOII-
feld , Eva Splglo , Anna Hertz , Kose Hirah-
stein , Messra. M. J.i Harris , II , Hirsheteln ,
B , Harris und L. Optionlielmer. '
GnimiKMioIni ; Married Ijlfe.
Mr. William J. Fischer , who was married
on the 27th ult , , to ono of the prettiest ana
brightest llttlo women In Alton , 111 , , has re
turned from his wedding trip and commences
married llfo in a suite of rooms at 1631 Cass ,
where ho is proud to introduce his charming
wife to bis host of friends ,
They Will Wed.
The marriigo of Miss Theresa Loefllor to
Mr , I. Hesselbere , which Is announced for
the 22a ln promises to bo quite an event
in Jewish social circle * , as both tbo parties
nre well Known. Mr. Hesselborg is n well-
known furnitureman. . The ceremony will
take place at Washington hall , and will bo
followed by a banquet in the supper room ,
The I'liun Plunders. ,
The Pbun Pnlndors will give their opening
hof this week. This organization , though
but recently formed , is making rapid
strides in becoming ono of the foremost
social "clubs. It is composed ot some of the
leading Hebrew young men of the city , and
already has quite a Urge membership. aTho
club is about to establish permanent quar
Last Sunday ono of the most delightful
picnics over held in this city wus given under
the auspices of the Liedcrkranz , ono of the
oldest and best established musical organiza
tions of this city.
The scene of the festivity was Courtland
beach , a most delightful stretch of the north
eastern shore of Cut-Off lako. There gath
ered about ono hundred ladles and gentle
men , all members and friends of the society
It was a jolly plcnicing party , all
well acquainted with ono another , nnd all
entering into the spirit of the occasion with
the zest und interest of u grand old family
on a re-union anniversary. There was sing
ing , dancing , athletic gaums , strolling on the
bench , plunging in the limpid w.iters of the
lake and vesper meals , from capacious bas
kets beneath the grateful sluide of the neigh
boring willows. Everybody enjoyed himself
free from contact vvith objectionable people
of the outward world , and in blissful appre
ciation of n day of recreation , which the
members of the Liodorkranz know how to
The committee of arrangements consisted
of John Hoscbmann , Otto Niederwolsor ,
Henry Schroeder and Gottlieb Zimmerman.
The muslo was furnished In a most enter
taining manner by the Union Pacific b < uid ,
und the festivity was superintended by
Peter Kaiser , president of the Licderkrnnz ,
nnd Captain ICcnt , tiio loseo of the ample
grounds on wbich the gathering took place.
Prof , Walthor was ono of the leading lights
of the occasion and his presence tended
largely to the pleasure of the occasion ,
Imwn Fete nt Air. Dollnnu'a.
On Thursday evening the beautiful homo
nnd lawn of Mr. Fred Dollouo , at 0009
Marcy street , was a scone of brilliancy nnd
animation. The event was a lawn fete ,
given by the members of St. Peter's church ,
and Mr. Dellone had kindly offered his home
and grounds for the purpose. The spacious
lawn was beautifully decorated with over
400 Chinese lanterns , whllo a number of
headlights lent their brilliancy to the scono.
A largo platform wus erected near the
house und u tireless orchestra played
until a luta hour for the pleas
ure of these wishing to danco.
Tbo elegant nnd spacious parlors
wro also u fnvorlto resort. Lemonade ,
cakes and candies were served , by n number
of charming young ladles. Over tivo hun
dred persons attended the fete and the suc
cess of the affair is credited In the main to
the personal efforts of Mrs , Phil MoShano.
Among the prominent citizens piosont wcro
the following : Mr. and Mrs. W. A. L. Gib
bon , Mr , nnd Mrs. Frank Cooper , Mr. und
Mrs. W. R. Gllmoro , Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A.
Huhl , Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Gallagher , Mr.
and Mrs. Juhn McCrary , Mr , and Mrs.
Thomas Hilcy , Mr. John A. McShano , Mr.
John O'ICeufo nnd lamily , Dr. Callahan ,
Father McCarthy , . Father St , Lawrence ,
Father Boj le.
In tlii ) Hivim.
Bathing parties are quite the proper thing
now , ana n person must bo in the swim In
more senses than ono to bo In the fashion ,
On Thursday evening Mr. G. H , G rattan
entertained a number of friends ut thu Nuta.
torlum , uud the guests enjoyed anything but
a dry titno.
The following \yoro the participants In the
fun : Mr , und Mrs. C. II. Grattun , Mr. und
Mrs. Clancey , Misses Clavtnn , Holmes ,
Tulmugo , Flench , Stafford , Powell , baxauer ,
Messrs. H. W. TalmaKO , H. C. GriWold , A.
O. Holmes. W. Holmes , J. D. Portnr , F. C.
Craig. O. N. Davenport , J. II. Morton ,
On Friday Mr. Douglas Hastioentertained
a number of his nel nboro at Windsor Place
in from three to nine feet of water end n
jolly time was enjoyed by all. The follow
ing were the guests : Mr , und Mrs. William
Alexander , Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Howoll. Mr.
and Mrs. H. V. Howell , Mr. and Mrs. K , E ,
Howell , Mr. and Mrs. J.V. . Howell , Mr.
and Mrs. Burton , Misses L > ln Alexander ,
Hattle Cramo. Huttlo Vaughn , Howell , Bessie -
sio Putnam , Huff , Amy Howell. Alice Gadd ,
Messrs. Douglas Hastls , Herbert Howell ,
William Cluuieus , Elou Howell ,
Pntnam. Arthur Putnam , Van Blarcom ,
George Vaughn , Sam Crane and others.
Mrs. Martin is visiting In Chicag o.
Mrs. C. N. Powell is back from Dixon , 111.
Mrs. O. M. Carter is back from Colorado.
Kandull Brown has returned to his studios
Miss Minnie Thomasan has returned from
Mrs. Fanny Kellogg Buchort has returned
H. S. Wilcox returned from Chicago
Councilman Chaffco is cnjoyintr a jaunt In
Mr , and Mrs. Watson H. Wyman have re
turned to Cincinnati.
Daniel J. Folly has returned from his trip
to the Pacific coast.
Mrs. Victor E. Bender is visiting her par
ents at Galcsburg , 111 ,
Airs. Fran * Hutchison will spend the next
two months in Illinois.
Mrs. B. ICoestors nnd daughter have re
turned from tho'east.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Richardson Imvo re
turned from Minnesota.
The Omaha Guards give nn informal hop
on Wednesday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Valentine nave ro -
turned from Now England.
Miss Ella Martin , of Galcsburg , 111. , Is the
guodt of Miss Mamie Moore ,
Mr. nnd Mrs.V. \ . F. Allen have returned
Irom their tour through the oast.
Miss Fitch is visiting at Fort Hobinson but
will bo in Omaha during October.
Mrs. Simon Fisher loft on Tuesday for a
, week or ton day's ' visit at Iowa City.
Mrs. L. H , Tower has returned from Cali
fornia and is at homo at the Paxton.
Mrs. Mnllory , of Fort Omaha , will return
from Portland , Oro. , in about ton days.
Robert S. Nicholas has loft for Troy , N ,
Y. , to pursue a scientific course of study.
Mrs. William H. Ijams left on Thursday
for u months' ' stay ut Dakota Hot Springs.
Mrs. C. F. Manderson , who has bean
visiting Mrs. Jumcs W. Saruyo , is at the
Mr. Ernest Rlall has commenced work on
his now mansion at Twenty-fourth and Half
Mr. and Mrs. Louvitt Burnham proposn to
go to California in the early full for u two
years' stny ,
J. Wallace Hroatch , son of the mayor , lias
left for the oust to resume his studies ut
Yule cell ego.
Webber S. Soavoy and wife uro enjoying n
vacation at Suit Lake City and other Col-
01 ado points.
Herbert Rogers loft yesterday for Prince
ton college , N , Y. , where ho hopes to take a
course of study.
Miss L. M. Doctor , of Rd Oak , In. , who
has been the guest of Mrs. A. Lewis , has re
turned to her homo.
Mr. und Mrs. J. R. Buchanan liavo re
turned from u month's sojourn nt the seaside
and are ut the Paxton.
Mrs. John Miles , who has been side at.
Fond du Lac , Wis. , is reported better und
will return homo soon.
Miss ICuto Wallace , of Pittsburg , Pa. , Is
the guest of Mrs. Dr. J , C. Whinnory , 12018
North Thirtieth street.
Mr , Will Doano und Mr. Arthur Gulou
went down to Lincoln to play In thu tennis
tournament on Thursday.
The subject of nn art school Is still agitated
and it Is believed that thu project will bo a
reality before the snow files.
Mr. nnd Mrs , S. Hnwner , of Los Angeles ,
old-time residents of Omiiliu. have returned
tii spend a month with friends.
Rov. O , II. Gardner , dean of Trinity
church , together with Mrs. Gurdno will
leave on Monday for Now York.
Mr. and Mr . M. Crabb , of Red Oak , have
returned to their homo , nfter spending a
very pleasant week in this city.
Master Dick Grey gave a farewell dancing
parly to his young friends on Thursday eve
ning , Ho loaves soon for school ,
Ed Hubbard und wife , of Galesburg , 111. ,
nro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.
Phllloo , Twenty-sixth ana Mason.
MM , WlufloldS. Strawn l a returned from
Atlantic City nnd other eastern cities , among
which she spent her summer outing.
It is r.ald that Mr. .Richard Stall , .tho
talented composer of the "Said Pasha" opera
will innko his future homo in Omaha.
Mrs. W. C. Payne , of Marshalltown , In. ,
who has been visiting her daughter , Mrs. J.
II. Griffin , returned homo Wednesday.
The Misses Mamie and Carrlo MoLaln , of
ICountzo Place , loft last evening for the
east. They will visit friends In Chicago.
At 4 p. in , to-morrow Mr. J. Q. A. Smith
will make Miss Maggie A. Hansos his wifo.
The wedding occurs at 8JJ south Sixteenth.
William and Fred Rustin loft Wednesday
for Now Haven , where they expect to enter
Yale college. Mrs. Rustin accompanied
The ladles of the Damcn-Soktion of the
Omaha turnveroln give ludanco and supper
atGormauia hull Wndnusilay evening , Septi
Richard W. Gray , son of F. W. Grav , trava
n good-by party to n number of his friends
on Thursday , as ho loaves for the east this
Mrs. J. E. Summers nnd Miss Summers
nro visiting in Now Hampshire. They will
return to Omaha about the mlddlo of
Mr. T. W. Blackburn loft Thursday even
ing for Washington to enter upon the duties
of bis now position. His family will follow
in a month.
The many friends of Miss Viola Pratt ,
who has been so seriously ill , will rejoice to
know that she is now almost completely re
Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Mulford , Catherine
and Mason streets , had the misfortune to
lese their naby boy Friday with congestion
of the lungs.
Among the pupils who have returned to
Brownoll hall Is Miss EntolluThorpe , * ho ac
complished daughter of Mr. W. B. Thorpe ,
of David City.
Mrs , Lucius Wakelcy Is expected in Omaha
within a fortnight. Sbo will visit at tha
homo of the Hon , Elcnzer Wakoloy , 407
North Nineteenth street ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Williams give u party
to-morrow evening at their homo on Blnnoy
street in honor of their guests , Mr. and Mra ,
Durand , of Saginaw , Mich.
The Misses Clara and Lillian Dcllnno ,
daughturs of Mr , and Mrs. Ficct Deliunc ,
loft Thursday for Loretta convent , Jolfut ,
111. , to take up a course of study.
Mr. Robert E. Wnugh und Miss Amelia
Blutnvo were quietly married nt St. Jojn' !
church Wednesday ovbnlng in the prcaunco
of u number of friends and relative's ,
Mr. und Mrs , * E. L. Lomux uro staying
with Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Rlall until their
new house on the corner of Twonty-llftii
street and Capitol avenue is completed ,
Mr. und Mrs. C , S. Montgomery have re
turned from u delightful trip abroad. Imvin ?
been absent three months. In London they
met thrca Omaha gcntlumon , Dr. Jones , Will
Lawlor und Mr. Howe ,
On Wednesday Mr. Chillies Lyon , of tlio
U , S. marshal's ' office , loaves for Chicago ,
where ho will maku Miss Mary Rcrcftfurd
his blushing brldo. They will inuko thglfr
homo on North Seventeenth street.
MI&i Luurn Honghmd and Mlsx Anna Mil.
lard Icuvo ou Monday for 11 visit to Fort
Meudo , Dakota , where tuny will bo tlia *
guests of Doctor and Mrs. ,1. Morris Brown ,
whu wcie funnel ly stationed nt Fort Omaha.
Mr. und Mrs. Auron .letmoro , of Top ku ,
Kan , , who worn married ou Wednesday at
LcavGuwortU nt the rfliiucnco of JuJgo
Bruwor , the bilde's undo , stopped In Omaha
a few hours Thursday on their way to Novy
"Weeping Wives. " a little pay | of ono not
from the French , will ba preseiitoj nt Mm
Lewis Rood's on Thursday , Sniit. 11) ) , with
Miss Shear * , MUs Balcombo. Air , Hodges ,
Mr , Richardson and Mr , Hull cast for the
Mrs. J , M. Woolworth und Miss Woolworth -
worth have loft for the Atlantic coast , wliuro
they will enjoy themselves until sold
weather. Among the pot eons they will visit
uro Lieutenant und Mrs. Guy Howard , at
Governor's Uhmd , N. Y. '
Human llnlr hy ttio Ilulc ; .
Ujuvurds of twonty-olght largo bulea
a ( hiiinnii lime were brought to Franca
In the lust B to am or that arrived from
the orient ,
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