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THE OMAHA DAILY BJ3E : SUNDAY , M'AKCH 10. 1800.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
SNTEN SEASON FORGO 1TEN.
Omaha's Sooioly Finds No TIme for
BEHIND THE PURPLE CURTAIN.
l.ltllo 1'nrtlcH , I'm * nml deceptions
Spend ttic Ionden Hour. * A Milt
In Larger Knlcrtatmr.cnts
Is Lent UntYishlonnble ?
Has Lent cone out of fashion that there
Appears BO llttlo Inclination on tlia part of
tlio society people everywhere to observetho
church's demands for the season I
A hnlt has been called In the larger enter *
lainmcnts , to bo sure , but smaller evenings
nro as plentiful as loaves tn the Vallambrosa
nnd sackcloth and ashes are llttlo more than
A regard for the proprieties prevents any
display on the part of the Episcopalians , but
custom cannot stale the Inllnlto variety of
expedients for fleeting tlrao pleasantly bo
hind the purple curtain.
Dowagers , blossoms nnd buds alllto
Join tno butterfly throng ,
luncheons , card parties nnd teas hold their
attention and the much talked of rest has de
veloped Into dream RtulT. In a way it is to
bo regretted , for aside from the performance
of the ecclesiastical requirements from pious
motives , It was n charming stout In other
days to BCD misty-eyed women , prayer books
in hand , with luces and thoughts turned
churchward. If ttiulr rcpoiitnnco were not
of the heart-rent order it was edifying and
uplifting to a degree , making man regarding
this self-abasement , realize alt his own vileness -
ness by comparison.
' 1 ho voluntary uxllo from society showed
Its good results in burmslicd thought
brought about by a closer Intimacy
with books. From tears of contrition the
sweet faces emerged rested and refreshed as
n garden after n ruin. Hcasonnblo hours
brought hcalthfulncss and happier mien , all
combining to olcvato the spirit making rustIng -
Ing nnd prayer a privilege rather than nn
Far bo it from mo to say that this variance
from the strict order of churchly rcctltudo
Is an evidence of backsliding. It may bo an
honest awakening from much that wan pro.
tunso , and as the sins of the fair women
nbout us uro no doubt those of omission
they can better remedy their fault in the
world than in retirement. Argue as you
will , there is a tendency to gloss over the
lentcn duties on the part of women huro in
Now York , Chicago and clsouhore. It is
like nn Invasion by gaiety of the sad somberness -
ness of lent , such as ono sees in the riot of
October when the gardens oveiflow , scatter
ing their loaves of red and gold far into the
otherwise colorless street.
A I'rctty Ton.
On Monday Mrs. R. Anderson cave a
pleasant 7 o'clock tor. with the foiling guests ;
Mrs. U. Fogen , Mrs. Alfred Gregory , Mrs.
A. B. Carpenter , Mrs. II. L. Saward , Mrs.
Van Horn , Mrs. F. W. Weeks , Mrs. G. H.
Webster , Mrs. 1C. N. Stillwoll nnd Miss
Jula Carter. Mm. Anderson Is a graceful
hostess and fittingly adorns an artistic
On Monday evening , March 10 , Mrs. II. B.
Coryell ot Orchard Hill gave u delightful
whist party in honor of Mrs. O'Linn nnd
. /daughters of Chadron , Neb. Among those
present were : Mr. and Mrs. J. Wagner , Mr.
und Mrs. William Austin , Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Webster , Mrs. O'Linn , Mrs. Weeks , Mrs.
Fonton , Miss .Tano Adams of Wlnono , Minn , ,
Miss McCartney , Miss Bcsaio O'Linn , Miss
Jcssio Weeks , Miss Grace Webster , Messrs.
Bohn , Thompson , Arnold and Master Ray
Mrs. J. Cassldy gave a charming 'evening'
on Wednesday , March 1'Jih , at her pleasant
homo " 529 Davenport stri-ot.
Dancing , cards , muslo and supper respec
tively held the attention of the guests und
the hours passed delightfully.
Among those present wera : Mr. and Mrs.
Gllmoro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Whitig , Mrs. Snoll.
Miss O'Brion , Miss Kinslor , Miss Brown.
Messrs. Murphy , Sheehan , Kinslor nnd Do-
war.The Homo High-Five club were handsome
ly entertained last Friday evening by Mr.
nnd Mrs. London at their pleasant homo on
South Twenty-eighth street. In addition to
the members fo the club the guests of the
evening woio tbo Misses Collet , Messrs.
Conrad and Copley.
It being the last "meet" of the season iho
scribe Mcrtitinlzod his collection of stars nnd
ou his report Mrs. Seaver , the president ,
nnd Mr. English were awarded the ilrst
prizes and Mr. and Mrs. Gnswold can call
each other "booby" hereafter without dis
turbing the serenity of the family circle.
Charming special prizes wora awarded on
the evening's gamo.
A Ml-Onremo Wedding.
A woman und a man with hand clasped in
hand , ayes shining with happiness , and
hearts exulting with love , a bower of roses
and lilies and a handful of friends narrow
ing to a circle of the nearest and dearest ,
would transform a stormier March than this
into Juno lime. Such waJ the inetumorpha-
BS ! yesterday afternoon , when the marrlogo
of Miss Mlriaui Cnaso , daughter of Mis. S.
Warren Chase , to Mr. Percy Ford was cele
Dean Gardner performed the cordmony ,
nnd his dcon voice caressing the siloncb made
the sweat Hijloinn words of the service more
than over Imuresslvo.
Later a weddine snpuor was served , the
toasts vo'ro drunk in champ.ignu with the
wish echoing in the hearts of all that the
alchemy of happiness would ever us now
transform dull days Into noontimes radicaco
for the bride and groom. ,
The bndo , a remarkably picturoniuo wo
man , were a go-away gown of bine serge
with a blue vitlvot turban.
Mr. aud Mrs. Ford left for'Chlcago nnd
the cast , to bo absent about n month , uftor
which they will bo at homo to tholr frlunds
Later in the summer they plan to pav n
visit to the family estate of Mr. Ford's
father in England.
An Aiinlroronry Oltinnr.
Mr. nnd iMrs. Clark Woodman Rave n
handsome dinner ou Saturday evening ,
March 8 , the occasion bolnpj the thirty-fourth
anniversary of their marriage.
The beautiful drawing rooms were taste
fully decorated with ( lowers , llllos nnd pearl
roacs m ouo und la Franco roses in the
Thtftablo was a triumph of nrt the motif
of whlto and red liuiiiK ulmrmliiKly cnrriou
out. A broad scnrf of white satin ribbon
down the center with 1S50 ut ono ana and
IS'JO nt the other In red lettering was sur
mounted by n center piece of IJcr.net and
llrldo rosos. Dependent from the chaudollur
was n puruchuto of rhymlnc roses , the tiled
being picturesque nnd pleasing.
Covers wore laid for twelve , the guests
being ; Dr. and Mrs. Uuryoa , Mr. and Mrs.
11. C ) . Clurk , Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoaeland , Mr.
nnd Mrs.V. . O. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs , C.
North ( .SocoMl ) l'rot > yturlin Uliuroh.
The ladles of the church tendered to tlu.-lr
pastor , Uov W. K. Hendorton nnd wife , a
reception on last Thursday evening lu tbo
parlors of the rar&onago , at which nearly
ouo hundred members of Iho congregation
were present and enjoyed a delightful ovcn-
li ) ( . ' .
Mr. Henderson Is to sever his connection
as pastor of the church May 1 , and the
Indies hud purclnmd a haudiomu Kronen
cathedral clock and sphinx ornament and
uiado this the occasion of presenting it to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henderson UB a token of their
lonpect nnd esteem. Mr. French made the
presentation In n few tltly spoUen words ,
and Mr. Henderson happily replied , after
which au elegant collation was served.
A Charming ; Ton.
Oa Tuesday nfloruoon Mrs. I1 , L. Pcrlno
guv n IConslngtou tea In honor of Mrs. Wil
ton , fyifo of General Thomas Wilson , U. B.
A. , now stationed at Chicago. The family
residence , lO-.H ) Dodge street , was uiado gay
with pnlilis and ( lowers , and any amount of
brlgni talk always brought about by these
alleged thread aml-neodlo feasts. This par
ticular ouo wai unusually lutorcitlnir , at it
win n renewal of the Intimacy of other dnys
when General nnd Mrs. Wilson uiudo their
homo In Omann.
Orolmrd'Tiill \ > lil t Clnt > .
The Orchard Hill Whist club mot nt tbo
olcgant residence ot Mr. L. 1 < \ vVcclts ou
Tuesday ta t , anil were cntortalncd by the
hostess In her usual happy style , \Zvory \
ono played his best , nnd had n good appetite
when the time caino to do Justice to the
olcgant spread set before thorn by Mrs.
Week * . The following were present : Mr.
nnd Mrs , W. U , Hohn , Mr. nnd Mrn. J. C.
Uartmrd , Mr. nndMr.i. 11 , L ) , Nnaly , Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. It. I Perfect , Mr. and Mrs. A. U.
Carpenter. Mr , nnd Mrs. Or. Unlloy , Mr.
nnd Mrs. O. L. Hlazor , Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Austin , Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Webster , Mrs.
H. U. Coryoll , Miss Jennie Adams , Miss
Jnsslo Johns , MI RS McCartney , MIssMcCom-
bor , Mr. A. E. Unmpboll , Mr. J. A. Whitehead -
head , Mr. K. A. Coooor. The prizes were
beautiful and appropriate , and w ere taken
by Mr. Weeks and Mrs. Hnrnard ; the booby
prizes by Mr. Cooper and Miss McCombcr.
A Yellow Lmiiolipnn.
Mrs. Alex Poiack gava a yellow luncheon
other homo on Farnam street , Saturday n
Tbo drawing rooms were warm with light
from Whlslter'n ' favorltn color , In yellow
roses , tulips and dalTodlls. The tnblo was
covered with a yellow satin cover , and ttio
dishes harmonised perfectly. Cloven courses
woio served , earring out the color idea in
Mr. William K. Morris left for Chicago
Mrs. J. U. Uuchanan is quita ill at the
Paxton hotel. *
Mrs. C. N. Dictz Is visiting friends in
Nashville , Tonn.
Mrs. Ilcnnctt entertained the Whist club
on Monday evening.
Miss Maud May of Ord , Nob. , b the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Potter.
Mrs. Ucorgo P. Uotnltt is the guest of Mrs.
Ijams at 20-11 Howard street.
Mrs. Holllns returned on Monday from a
two months stay in the cast.
Mrs. Garncau and Miss Robinson left
Omaha on Sunday for Lexington , Ky.
Mrs. McCord gave n charming evening at
curds in honor of Miss Lynch Friday last.
Mrs. Yost entertained n number of her
friends a * a Kensington tea on Friday after
Miss Ifnttlo Scott Is visiting her slstor ,
Mrs. F. M. Uichardsonataiii North Twenty-
ih st street.
Mrs. Contant gave a delightful high live
party Tuesday evening with ten tables of in
Mm. Bholcs will entertain the Park Ave
nue club on Monday evening at her homo ,
11121) ) Georgia avenue.
Mrs. Prltchott entertained n few friends
nt luncheon yesterday In honor of Mrs. S. H.
H. Clark of St. Louis.
Miss Editb Pratt gave a pleasant high five
party on Thursday evening at her honip , 212
South Twenty-fifth street.
Mr. a'nd Mrs. Charles Waller have removed
their Lares and Penates to their handsoino
now jesidoncc , U102 Wirt street.
On Tuesday evening , March 25 , there will
bo a muslcalo and tableau at the Llnintrcr
nrt gallery for the benefit of the city mission.
Mrs. Prltchett , whoso entertainments arn
famous for perfection , added a now leaf to
her laurals ut her high five party Wednesday
Miss Katlo Dcorln ? . whoso picture adorns
the first page of the Excelsior as n Washing
ton beauty , is a cousin of Mis. Warren
Miss .fesslo Mlllard gave an exquisitely
dainty nnd charming luncheon on Wednes
day in honor of the Misses Wndleigh , with
covers laid for eight.
Mrs. Samuel Burns gave n charming din
ner Tuesday evening and ono on Thursday
over.mg In honor of her guest , Miss Harriet
Newman of Burlington , la.
Mr. Richard Bcclln returned Wednesday
from Nashville , Teun. During his visit
through the south ho dined in company with
Judge and Mrs. Thurston and Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jonn Wilbur with Rov. anil Mr ? . Sborrill.
Mrs. Charles Wincoto gave a charming
djnncr Thursday evening In honor of her
friend and guardian , Mr. Belt of Baltimore.
Covers wcro laid for twelve nnd the table
xvas beautifully decorated with daffodils and
The engagement is announced of Miss
Mlnnio RIonardson , daughter of Mr. und
Mrs. Lyman Richardson , to Mr. William R.
Morris. Wiseacres will nod their heads and
RIIV * 1 tnM vnii HO' nnd t.hnv mirhr. ndii
never in the history of Omaha have two
young people by n prettv agreement in the
game of hearts given unqualified pleasure to
so largo a circle of friends.
Miss Gruco Webster of Orchard Hill gave
a party on Friday evening for Miss Jeannette -
netto Mallan of South Omaha. Mrs. M. L.
Shcoran and Mrs. R. Anderson helped enter
tain. ' 'J here were present : Miss Cuarlotto
Rose. Addle Glllott , Cora Edmiston , Jessie
Anderson , Jeannctt Mullen , Bcssio O'Linn
of Chadron , .Neb. , Messrs. Arthur Rose ,
Enoch Ellison , Ballard nnd Frank Chambers
of Council Bluffs und Dean Wright. Ro-
frcsnments were served at 11 o'clocu.
HONEY FOR THE luXIIlCS.
Silver link lulu and polonaise dresses go
An nffurt is being made to introduce long-
sleeved rcglngotcs of scarlet c'otn.
Very pretty spring dresses cun bo made of
the now ginghams now in the market. ? *
.Black lace collarettes fastened with n knot
of green grass will suggest a stylish combi
nation lor alpaca , glorioso or silk.
Sleeve cups nro inado of crepe , silk or bro
caded handkerchiefs , hemmed and tied over
the shoulder with u knot under the arm.
Bustles , gum , accordion skirts , chatclalno
silver , starched petticoats , buttons , Jewelry
and colors are n few of the things that have
bceir retired from the public street.
Watches are not carried. Some loader nf
fashion read a p.ipor not long ugo in u Now
York drawing room on "Tho Slavery of
Time , " and presto 1 dmtjlaln and corsage
stouiwindcra vanished , .
Mcss coats and Eaton jacitots of navy blue
or scarlet cloth with potticonts of Irish pop
lin edged with fox , wlulo designed for hunt
ing and coaching partioj , will DO seen along
tlio local drives nbout E'istor time.
Parasols ura not what they wore last year ;
that is , tbo newest modes are not. The
great dilloronco is In tno stick. Last year it
extended a foot bovond the top of the shade.
This year It extends only tin inch or two ut
Lifo is too short to Indulge in vain regrets ,
and when the woman of fashion exhausts
bar strength and interests and sacrifices her
good looks to society the mirrors are ordered
from her rc.ioh , the hot water turned off ,
fresh novels brought to her b dsldo and iho
tasic of repairing begun. The rest , cold
baths , simple food and quiet of a fortnight
will work u wonderful cnango In a womau's
face and spirits.
In the dUctmion of spring millinery a
loud and Imperative domaud is hoard fur
weatherproof ribbons , feathers and uiurottos.
Flowers and plumes will not bo considered
owing to their perishable character. The
straw turbans ura facoa with gold or silver
lace ; metallic , galoon or beaded bands on-
clrclo the crowns of walking hats , and Jaun
tily perched un In a clump of Jet or rubber
stems nro small blackbirds , sparcowa nnd
larks , uiado of pieces of glossy plum ago.
Many of the beautiful street and theater
dresses are braided. If the color of the
cloth U not particularly pleasing against the
face , the whole basque is striped with a
darker or contrasting shadu. There tro
braids aad brnids in tralo , and If the buyer
wants to make sure of the beauty of her
gown the braids used on military uniforms
should bi procured , as they * will not shrink ,
The Infantry tubular braid Is made In a criss
cross pattern of mohair and silk and wears
well. The artillery ornld is another excel ,
lent trimming , and.for both there are netted
f rots and olivettes as ornaments.
Ttio most fashionable thing In handltor-
chlo.1 * . In London.for ladles is that imparted
from Mexico , Thcso dainty articles are en
tirely of lace except a center of muslinabout
two inches square. Tliov are worn at recep
tions and sv.'oll dress affairs , but uro of no
practical uso. They cost about $1.50 apiece.
Another handkerchief ( fj ) has border and
Insertions of Valenciennes lace , but coed
imitations thereof are to bo had forono-thlrd
the co t. A handkerchief with a scolloped'
out edge , la Imitation ot an Ivy leaf u novel
anuprotty ; another lias u deep border of
colored doti , each dot worked by band.
Slnco the Irish linen weavers have taken to
ombioldery the French no longer have a
monopoly lu lull style of handkerchiefs.
AMONG THE FRATERNITIES ,
A Now Suproma Roproaontatlvo
FRENCH SUCCEEDS SHROPSHIRE.
Minnesota Knuckles ( o t'lko nnd
Gives Him Full Swine to I'cildlo
Vrgrocn nnd Jllttinls nnd
Itnrs All Competitor * .
1C. of P.
E.G. French has been appointed reprcient-
ntlvo to the Bupremo lodge vice J. S. Shrop
shire , resigned. A few weeks ago an item
was published lu this department to the ef
fect that Mr. Shropshire lAd removed his
family to Butte , Mont. , where ho is attorney
for the Union Pnclllc railroad , and bud , in
fact , tnado "a change in residence. " 'J bo
article further stated that Mr. Trench
would probably succeed Mr. Shropshire as
supreme representative , as that Was the do *
&lro of the latter. This item was copied In
nn editorial In ono of the Pythian publica
tions under the caution , "What Nonsense. "
The editorial then wont on to say. "This Is
a specimen of the reliable news which fre
quently appears In those Omuliu papers
which pretend to publish secret society
news , etc. , " and proceeded to denounce it as
utterly without foundation. The paper pub *
llshing this uncalled-for tirndu neve/1 struck
the nail more squarely on the head than
when it referred to the paragraph m ques
tion ns "reliable. " That it WOH perfectly
reliable iho sequel shows. Mr. Shropshire
forwarded his resignation to Grand Chan
cellor Macfarland aooti after his removal
from the sidle , but the latter did not tuko
anv action in lha matter until n few days
slnco. The appointment nf Mr. French Is a
well deserved recognition of that Kontie-
inan'a worth and lalthful service. lie held
the oOlco of grand keeper of records and
seals for twenty years , being theilrst person
elected to that position , and being ro elected
continually until the last session. Mr.
French Is ono of the best posted men on
Pythian law in the ntuto and Ispre-oinincntly
uuallllod to succeed Mr. Shropshire , who
was recognized as ono of the most prominent
members of the supreme lodgu. Groit re
gret was expressed when It became known
that Mr. Shropshire was to remove from the
state , but the appointment of Mr. French
will meet with the approval of all interested
parties. The term for which Mr. French
bus boon appointed expires at the next meet
ing of the grand lodge , wbon a successor
will bo elected.
A merry party started for Milwaukee
Monday evening to view the grounds in
tended for Ihccncauipmcntof the Uniformed
Rank next July , in accordance w'lth instruc
tions from Major General Carnahan. 'Iho
party consisted of Colonel H. M. Downs ,
Adjutant Richard O'Noil , and Quarter
master Rchlandcr of the First icgimcnt ,
und Colonel Sizer , aide-de-camp on the staff
of the brigadier general-all oT Lincoln , wilh
the following Omaha officers : Colonel
Ginger , A. D. C.Lieutenant Colonel Urown.
Adjutant Corto , Quartermaster Snyder and
Captain Ware , Uncauicr General Dayton
bed intended lo accompany tno party , but
was prevented from doing so.
The chancellor commander of ono of the
lodges is about to take unto himself a wife ,
but as ho Is rather bashful ho has requested
that his name bo withhold.
Grand Chancellor Mucfarland instituted
Hathbono lodge last Monday night at
Pythian hull. The following onieers were
installnd : P. C. . H. A. Porter : C. C. , L.
L. Thompson ; V. C. William F. Bcehel ; P. ,
J. P , D. Lloyd ; K. R. and S. . John W. Fyfo ;
M. ot E. , A. E. Pike ; M.of F. , J. C. Fisher :
M. at A. , W. D. Vest. The new loJgo starts
out under the most favoraole auspices , hav
ing a large number of charter members and
being composed of men with plenty of push
P. G. C. John R. Bronnau and V. T.
Price , vlco chancellor of Rapid City lodeo.
both of Rapid Citv , S. D. . were in the cify
Monday and culled on Grand Chancellor
Macfarland. They were also visitors at iho
Pythian club and were entertained by the
A now lodge will bo InstituteJ at Pender
this week and an application has been re
ceived for another lodge.
A now lodge will bo installed at Elm
Creek very soon.
J. O. O. I-1.
The Joint committou appointed by tno
Omaha and Council Bluffs lodges to arrange
for the entertainment of Grand Sire Undor-
wood during his visit next month , held an
other meeting at Council BluiTs Wednesday
night. It was decided to Issue invitations lo
all lodges in Nebraska to be present und par
ticipate , also the First regiment of the
Plutto , Patriarchs Militant , the First icgl
ment of lown , and all lodges in Iowa within n
radius of 150 miles from the Blufts. The sub
committees reported that arrangements had
been completed for the reception and parade ,
the reception nnd speeches at the opera
house in the afternoon and the bull in the
evening at the Masonic hall. On the 2olh
lost , the grand slro nnd his escort , consist
ing of the grand master und grand patrmch
of lown , and the four representatives to
iho sovereign errand lodge , will be es
corted to tnis side and given n carriage ride
about the city.
The order Is making substantial progress
in the nothwestern territories. Arrange
ments nro in progress for the institution of
the fifth ledge In Alberta , and already the
organization of a gru'id lojgo is Doing
Brother Klddcr , in the , Manchester Union ,
recommends a tax of live cents annually on
each member of the Rcbckah degree lodgo.
Tl.u amount is small , ho argues , nnd possi
bly nn oho could object , and with this
amount the invested funds of the grand ledge
would bo intact , as it requires just about this
additional amount to meet the oxpensss of
the grand body.
I'nnr Old Minnesota ,
Spoaklng of the nclion of the Minnesota
Masonic gcand ledge at Its recent session the
New York Mercury savs "tho grand ledge
of Minnesota lias Issued a decree cranting a
monopoly of Scottish rite decree selling to
Brother Albert Pllco with an additional
privilege it doing as ho ploascs with the
Ancient Craft Masonry in that Jurisdiction.
It empowers him 'to adopt the first three de
grees of Mnsonr.v1 and 'to use as much of the
osotcrlc'coromonlcs as may bo necessary , '
while declaring no other society or organi
zation to bo regular save those purchasing of
him. For years Pike has been m the habit
of soiling printed copies of the ritual of the
symbolic degrees and when called to account
for this gross violation of his obligation * has
asserted that his degrees were of the Scot
tish rite with no connection with York Ma
sonry. Now ho is authorized to soil thorn ns
the standard work of Minnesota , und will
undoubtedly roiip a good paying harvest.
While smiling at the Ingenuity of
Pike's literary enterprise , ono must
laugh outright at the spectacle
of Minnesota's complacency in converting
its grand muster into nn advertising medium
for another man's wares. True Scottish rite
Musoury has no connoctlon whatever with
that of the York , und , ns It is opnn to the
world and has been for more than a hundred
years , us a purely philosophical system , no
ono man can have u proprietary right in dis
semination of information convoyed in its
A. U. U.V. .
Union Paclilo lodge , No. 17 , passed a reso
lution some time ago devoting the llfth Mon
day in months which contain hat number of
Mondays , to the holding of entertainments
for the gcod of the order. Heretofore these
entertainments have been public- and have
been very enjoyable affairs , having been in
charge of a comrntttco well skilled In prepar
ing an entertaining programme. Oa tho,11st
lust , ono of these , entertainments will beheld
held , but Instead of being public it will bo
restricted to members of the ordor. Invita
tions will ba extended to all the lodges in
Omaha , South Omaha and iho liluffs to bo
present , and tbo fast that tbo same commit *
too will have charge of the programme Is a
BUfUcieut guarantee that this affair will bo
no exception to tbo usual rule.
W. II. dT
Gcorgo A. Custer Relief Corpi oalebratod
their lir t anniversary on last Friday even
ing t\t the rcsUlcnco of'Mrt. Annie Sham
mol , "M01 Plerco strcoU' ' .1 jolly round of
twenty couples composoJ of members of
Ouster Post , Sons of Veterans , W. It C.
ladles nnd friends werp ( present. Mrs.
Sbatnuicl's abilities as iiMbttoss will answer
for the fact that nothing was loft undone
which would add to the enjoyment of the
evening. The pleasant hours were passed
Boehtllynnd In rard nlnyJnc until near mid
night , after Which all fytrlotiK of olcgant re
freshments which were furnished by the
ladles of tbo corps.
lr < A-,1"
Fraternal council No. I'-fli , hold tholr reg
ular meeting Thursday fill-lit. Deputy Su-
uromo RcgentGcorgo ; IW.'U-as present from
Schuvlor. whore ho has been organizing n
now council. Several candidates were ad
mitted and a number of applications wcri
acted upon. Fraternal council will have a
party in April.
Red Crois castle gave another of their
monthly parses at their hall on Fifteenth
street Friday night. There was a good at
t .ndanco nnd the affair was very onjovablc ,
us nro all the entertainments given by this
Miss S A. Richardson returned yesterday
from a two weeks' business trip cast.
J. L. Brandcls , sonlor tnemhor of the llrni
of .1. L. Ura'ndols ft ons , loft yesterday for
Salt Lake City ,
Dr. Blrnoy , iho catarrh specialist , went to
Grand Island last evening und will return
Lieutenant Governor Fletcher and Juilgo
Drake of Aberdeen .ind Rev. P. E. llnlp of
Wutcrtown arrived In the city yesterday iif-
toruoon to attend the meeting of the board
of trade last evening , and will remain over
Monday and Tuesday.
IJulldliiir Permits. ,
The following building permits were Is
sued yostcrd.iy :
I'eter IlansBii , frame shop , Ttvoiity-ntth
and Ijenvemrorlli . . . . . . . . . $ SOO
Lizzie ltoAii , frame cottnse , Koiirteanth
nnd H.iynu'iul . . . . . . 10) )
Olhot llaptlst church , church , Central
1'arlc ZrV )
P. .Ion-ten , ono nnil one-Half stnry frarm )
dwelling , Twenty-sixth and I'arfcor . . . . 1,100
Tlirnoi > liy.
The Thcosophlcal society meets every Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock at .Shcoly block ,
room 205. Wednesday and Saturday evenIngs -
Ings from 7 to 0 the room ! s open to the pub
1 hoViiy llioy Chanted.
The Chicago & North western have
changed lime. This is the way their
trnins run :
The morning passenger leaves Omaha
Union Pacific depot ut 0:1-3 : every morn
ing same as usual.
The limited loaves daily at 410 : ! n m.
and arrives at Chicago 8 o'clock'next
morning. It is the same popular , ele
gantly equipped train , veatibulocl , chair
car , diner and now sleepers , direct
from Omaha , and in addition now car
ries u superb sleeper for Ointilia passen
gers exclusively. Onuiha putrons are
The Fast Eastern Mail leaves Omaha
at 9:15 : p. m. daily after business hours.
Arrives at Chicago 1:2-3 : ; ioxt , afternoon.
Makes good elosp colinoetions with
limited eastern trains on all lines , or
gives passengers the afternoon in Chi-
eago. Northwestern dining cars and
now sleepers on this train.
Passengers for points where ' 'Lim
ited" and ' 'Eastern Mail'1 trains don't
stop take the night o.vprcss at 0:15 : p.
in. daily except Saturday.
Baggage nheeUed fromilrosidonces.
G. 'J > . WEST , JR. K. RITCHIE ,
City Pass. Agt. Gen. Agt.
City ollk-e 1401 Farnam st. Telephone -
Mr , W-hite. the ex-omiiofor of Brazil's vi
olinist , is making u sensation in London ,
White is a negro , nbout forty \ears of age
and of superb presence. Ho bus , according
to an excellent critic , a beautiful bow-arm ,
line , largo tone , a great deal of sentiment ,
nnd trerncnJous execution. M.- . White was
obliged to shouldar his llddo ! and leave Bra
zil with the imperial family. His fortune is
made , ns Paris is as enthusiastic over his
genius as is London.
"Conueliu.is to lake Mino. Judlo to South
America with him on his coming tour , but
he has taken care to slcn a very cast-Iron
sort of contract with her , " says the London
Star. "His experience with Juno Hading on
his last trip is said to have given him a horror
ror of theatrical tours with wonen ! of gon-
his. Judie will p.iy n heavy forfeit is aho
does not obey Coiiuelln's directions. "
IT SELLS THOUSANDS ,
Gentlemen wcarjng our made
to measure garrnerits.arc our best
advertisers. Thdy'come back
and bring1 their friends.
Our tailored chcs ] are ex
hibited everywhere , and the
novel prices are,1 ( much com
mented on. "j
It is our big/business and
small profit plan that enables us
to do it.
Perhaps no clearer example
of this than our
Business Su is , - - $20 and $25
Ti o i. o.-s , - $5 , $6 and $8
Top Coats , - $18 and up ,
and like prices for the finest
tailored clothes ,
Open every evening
now for busy people to
Mall 'orders are a part > A Y1 A C *
of our business. J % BEaHz7Bl
OUR $4 CIRCULAR ,
Connomara Circular , in a variety of materials with
plain or shirred yokes. Wo call pnrtieular attcntio'i to
our ft Connoinara , good cloth , in myrtle , green or navy
blue , really worth $0 , our price $4 this week. Alro an
other line at $10 , worth Slo , which como in eillior plain
colors or atrlpes.
Blouse Waists for spring just opened new styles in
new patterns , neat desirable stripes , worth SU.'JG , this
week $1.75. Our 83 Waist , is made of shrunken llannel ,
tucked yoke , hack and front , comcb in navy , myrtle , \\ino
and cream , worth $ -1 , our price this weou $3.
.Tnst received n line ot Spring Cloth Capos , represent *
Jug the latest novelties , price range at $ ; t.60 , $5 , SO , ST.Mht
$3.i > 0 , 310 and $11 ! each. All being 11-3 per cent below nctuni-
Special attention is called to our $3 capes In two style" .
Nothing shown in Omaha to equal thorn for loss thtin $7.oO.
Special bargains this week in Ladies' Black 3lock ]
incite Jackets for spring ; all now and stylish shape1) "of
line All Wool Cloths , which will not fade and look grey/
KO'JTE TJUi : 1'fltlC'KS.
Stockinette Jacket ? , worth $5 , for $3,50 ,
Stockinette Jacket , worth $7,50 , for $5 ,
Stockinette Jacket worth $8 , for $6 ,
Stockinette Jacket' , worth $10,50. for $8.50 ,
Stockinette Jacket * , worth $15 , for $12 ,
Express and Mail Orders Filled.
TO RETIRE PHOM BUSINESS
.y yU'Hi yygei
The entire stock must b3 sold by April lObh , 1820 , regardless
Consisting of every style , quality and kind , and every pair new and
bought within the last sixty days' . No auction goods , No bankrupt sale
and no other humbug , but all prime , and as good as any in Omaha.
Merchants will do well to get these goods at the Sacrifice. We intend to
sell them. Such a chance at New Goods , never before offered.
300 North 16th Street.
( SIGN BED FLAG AT POPE. . )
WII.Ii LAWYER , Mans gar.
COSl. 11 tli and STS.
Week of Monday , Marcli 17th , 1889.
12 Mo nth ? , Eaen Musee New York City. One Year
THIS FEATURE REMAINS BUT ONE
Don't Fail to See the
In the quaint costume of this peculiar race.
GEORGE EDWARDS ,
America's greatest conversationalist.
In his amusing-specialty , "The Colored Nurse. ' '
NELLIE ELY. This Handsome Little Lady in
Wax , True to Life.
AGGIE STONE , The Australian Warbler.
Grace Darling , Queen of Song.
GEO. CATLIN , Comedian.
Ladies5 SOUVENIR DAY. EVERY FRIDAY
ioc ADMITS TO ALL ,
CHAIRS , 5 and 1O CENTS ,
< KINDS Ob'
On Improved and Unim
" ' Purchased or Negotiated.
The Negotiation of
liomls. COKI'UUATION 1IO.VOJ ,
. A tjpocialty.
W. B. MILLARD ,
IJooiH : ut : Drown Unildlntr ,
Onmlm , Nob.
The Well Known Spec-lulls ! ,
l iuiurpft-s. > 'l In tbo treatment of n- forms t > ( 1'jlt
vm : IIIMKAHCH nnd ftrlclure. a cum nnnrnntped. fnt
imtuncy , ( .00 uf .Mnnliootl , ami Aiiibiilon. sturrllltf
or Hummer absolutely euro ) , nind for llookt."Tlm
1.1 fo tiut'rct. " fnr .Mnn or Womiin , c.icti u cents
( sumpa ) . Nurvn.it rcmnla I > l4vntei. cured ( illicitly
unit iicrmHiiinitly. TrciitniiMit by corrnipondcme.
Mn111 pi forroply. Con uitHtlonfim1. ( Jllltef. K. Cor
Mil ntnl Jnckwp alruult , Omnlin .Sub.
BEgTJN ; THE WORLD.
BEST IN THE WORLD
( JimrniiU'i'il lo Use Less Fuel 'Jhnii
war. LYLI : mcKKY & co. ,
Tel. OJr. HO'l Douglas Srout , Omaha.
. The only nata and pulalons method of ( i tract-
Ing tcetli. and the only method of Inserting
ti-utli wlihout plate , remaining clean and dura *
K0 DOUGLAS SJ'KGK ?
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