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. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE SUNDAY , NQYEIMBER 80 , 1800.-TWENTY" PAGES.
SOCIETY IN THE DOLDRUMS ,
Movements in the Gay World of Twlilon
the Fast Seven Days.
PROMISE FOR FUTURE ENTERTAINMENT
/V / llrllllnnt Itcccptlon nt air. nml Mrs.
O , SI. Carter's Kenlcloncc-A.
1'rotty DnncliiB 1'nrty Olvcn
l > y airs.William Pnxtou.
There hni hccn a lull In the boclnt world
which promises to continue for n fortnight at
least. Society Is In the doldruim and until
now mnttcrs sliapo themselves this condition
will undoubtedly continue.
Tlio puce , slnco the opening of tlif season ,
has been rapid anil already heavy oycawcary
movements nnd long drawn faces show that
the raeo lins hccn exceedingly enervating.
Kvcn the "huds" who were expected to go
through onodcnson without losing their color
or their youthful enthusiasm nru quite ready
for lent to dawn , although they have had little -
tlo dancing , the majority of the affairs , thus
far having been receptions and Kensingtons.
JJut Jim reorganization of The Assembly ,
which Is now a settled fact , Invitations for
Jnoiiilierslilphavlnjrliccn Bent out last week ,
will give the debutantes nn opportunity to
show tlalr ability In the ballroom , having
iMood the ordeal of conversazione , reception ,
'kettle drum and card party remarkably well.
, The reception of Mm. C'llnton Brigps and
| Bor son , Mr. 0. II. Hripffs nt the Mlllard ,
HVedneanny evening will bo ono of the hip
'events ' of the week. Over ono thousand In-
( Vltlons linvo been sent out , and of course It
\vil bo on n scnlo of iimtiilllcencosuch only as
tnoney can provide. It will bring the old res
idents of the city together on the ono hand ,
xvlillo Mr. Drigg's ' friends will bo there from
the younger society sots , so that a mingling
hf old and young will bo the result. This
being the only big "crush" of the week , the
rogrrto will bo very few per consequence.
There Is n pretty llttlo society woman
tip town who gets up the daintiest dinners
nml the happiest dinner parties In all Omaha.
The other day she was asked about these
things and she gave aomo very pretty little
notes which are reproduced hero :
' "Thero are thred kinds of dinners , " she
raid , "tJolltary dinners , overy-day social
dinners , and set dinners. I have made n
fctudy of them all. You have heard ot the
Woman who lives upon the strength of a hob
by or a fad. Well , the subject of dinners is
) nino. I investigate nil kinds and forms of
dinners. Solitary dinners , I think , ought to
be avoided as much ns possible , because soli
tude tends to produce thought , nnd thought
lends to the suspension of the digestive
"It has happened that these who have
mndo the gratillcation of the nppetlto a study
mavo generally done so to excess , and to the
'exclusion ' 01 ! nobler subjects , while on the
other hand such study has been held to bo lu-
.cumpiitllilo with moral refinement and oleva-
'tjon , but thorn Is- the happy mean , nnd , ns
ppon the duo regulation of the nppetlto as
suredly depends our physical well being , and
I Upon that lu a great measure our mental
I energies , it seems to mo that the subject Is
( worthy of attention.
I "Thero arc certain kinds of food that
everybody likes nnd tbnt are the best for
ithcm. Sometimes I think It is a Rood plnn
'not ' to lot a person Know what you are going
- to have ior dinner , but just pass the dishes
7-SS , them. Many times they do not know
themselves what the dishes coutain , but if
tthey nro well cdoltcd nnd everything is neat
around them they will partake with an ap
i "I bcliovo that a dining table should al
ways huvo ( lowers upon it , ana where it can
bo afforded , iinislo should be QUO of the pleas
ant parts of the programme. I remember
visitiiip in the family of nn Knglish clergy
man once ; there were flvo pretty daughters.
Each ono wns a good pianist , and every day
they took their turn at the instrument , nnd
Wo always ate more cheerfully nnd content
edly by the swcot strains than wo would
have without them , I nm sure. How nlco it
Would bo If they would Institute ) that habit ,
Of custom rather , lu America. "
, Queer things happen nt the afternoon re
ceptions wlioro the crowd ebbs and flows and
( conversations have a way of bciiifj snapped
iCft In the middle not-to-bo-contlnued-in-our-
no.xtsnrt of stylo. People overlook these
ithoy wish to see and run against tnoso they
'detest. ' Others bow to strangers and "cut'1
"nimmtaiices , nnd so it goes.
A number of contro temps nave enlivened
this winter's "teas , " though nothing
Very dre.idful has occurred to upset
nn Omaha edition of "School
lor Scandal" beyond a faw piquant
lies , which , like chickens and curses , event-
uully como homo to roost. But-theso will not
poiint when the season is over nnd the foes
will bo friends and the friends turn to foes.
It wns , however , at a crush not long since
that n very popular society woman , whose
husband is as well known as Tin : BKE build'
ing , espied across the room an acquaintance ,
another woman whoso myopia and cn <
thuslosm for members of her family nre
strongly marked shall It bo said
eccentricities or characteristics or mis
fortunes ? and she determined to sacrifice
heraclf by going and speaking to her.
Mo sooner thought than done , In her rnos
engaging manner. "How d'y 'do , Miss Fou
illctoiH" "Excuse mo , but you have the ad
vantage , " says my lady , with her oyo-glnsse :
flxcd beamingly on her mobllo countonunco
"Why , you Uuow tno perfectly well ? " "No
I don't unow you at all. " "Yos you do ; lool
nt mo ! You have known mo for years. '
"No , I cnu't recall you nt all. You must tel
mo your name. "
And for several minutes this cmbnrrnsslnf
BCCIIO went on , until the lady put n mutch ti
a can of dynamite by speaking her name
which is thoroughly well known , and si
ended the mutter. But the doubt still linger
In her mind whether ho had so grcatl ;
chnnged in the post year , or if It was tlia
Miss Fcuillcton needed a pair of strange
The Carter deception.
Ono of the ploasuntcst homes in Omaha fo
the giving of a largo reception is Mr. ant
Mrs. O. M. Carter's , on upper Farnnm street
near Thirty-sixth. It was built with a view
.many a social entertainment being holt
therein , nnd the wisdom of Mr. Carter ha
long been manifest. All the rooms on th
lower floor open Into ono another , a broui
hallway on the east giving the house the ap
pcarancoof n real old fashioned , hospitabii
mansion of Queen Anne's tltno. The stall
way is broad , broker by short landlntrs , th
rise thoroughly architectural and dignified.
Two parlors nnd n breakfast room on th
east givrs a continuous passage through th
house. The dining room Is oft the secon
parlor , while the library is on the west , oper
Ing into the hallway. Dctwoen the librar
and main entrance Is n cosy nook with
Blnelo wide seat in it prettily upholstered.
The decorationswore , very elaborate , n
would bo expected In the homo of ono c
the leadliiR uaiiK presidents of the dtj
palms , ferns , chrysanthemums nnd , cu
llowors being lavishly distribute
throughout tno rooms. The library
-where the punch wns served , was a bowc
of beauty , cables of smllux having' been fo :
tooncd from the central chandelier to th
sides of the room , while pretty tiny lantern
n kaleidoscopic color to the place. I
Sivo deep cmbrosuro of the Btalnvny Ui
musicians were stationed under a bcautifi
canopy of smllax.
Canvass was laid In the two parlors an
dlnln ? room nnd the dancing space we
sufficiently largo for ail who desired to pa :
ticlpato in the numbers. Cholco rofrcst
meats were served in the breakfast room a
the northeast side , the entire arrangomor
, ol the reception rciloctluR a knowlodj
the requirements thoroughly dcllghtfu
Absistlng Mrs. Carter In receiving wci
Miss Carter , Mrs. Colpetzcr , Mrs. S. I
Morse , Mrs , Powell , Miss Dundy , Mr
Holler. Mrs. Carter were u handsome blue
velvet gown with white satin brocade f ron
en trnlno ; Miss Curler was very prettll
costumed In blue crepe , made after Grecln
models , nnd carried n largo bunch of Atner
can beauties : Mrs. Colpotzer appeared In
well-fitting block lace gown : Mrs. Mor-
wns attired In red velvet ; Mrs. Powel
\ white bilk ; Miss Dundy , who Is always
* - well-dressed woman , on this occasion were
pown of green silk , under block loco ; Mr
Jlaller appeared m a Worth tolloti
of white silk and gold ainbroldur
Punch wa served in the library 1 :
attractive debutantes , MUsi
Emily Wnkcljr , Ofat Towynlln , Reynolds.
nnd llnrtmnn. Miss Wokedoy were nstrlklng
combination ault o ( blue nnd pink plaid satin
with pink roiottcs nnd golden lace ; Miss
Totzlin were a beautiful now costuuio of pink
silk trimmed with lurgo pink beads , pink
sleeves , pink slippers and pink fan , it was
really n symphony in pink nnd became the
youiiR lady remarkably well ! Miss Curtis
were a very pretty gown of whlto tulle over
while silk , trimmed with for-get-mc-not ,
decollete ; MlsS Doane wona great deal o *
admiration appearing in a dcllcato blue cofo
Inmcd with pink tulloj Miss Bowman of
Council Ulufls , a very pretty girl by the way
was nttlred In whlto silk with whlto sltk
inulla : Miss Luun Dundy , combination suit
of golden brown , with feather trimming ;
Mrs. Sclp Dundy , white not over whlto silk t
Mrs. Clement Chase , n handsome gown o' red
ami black ; Mrs. Dr. Smith , black net ; Mrs.
Harny McCormlck , another bride , were whlto
striped not over whlto silk nnd largo pink
roicss Mrs. S. S. Curt Is , whlto satin trimmed
with whlto brocade , tips of ostrich feathers ,
point lao and diamonds ; Mrs. Cntlln , black
silk , heavily bonded ; Miss Mnbol Pratt , gas
light green silk , mndo quite plain ; Miss
Moore , dcllcato blue not over blue silk and
Tno following were the guests present :
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C5. Allen , Mr. nnd Mrs. G.
Wi Ames , Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. Barimtow , Mr.
and Mrs. John Barker , Mr. nud Mrs. Joseph
Unrker , Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. llrown , Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Baum , Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoggs , Mr.
and Mrs. Brooks , Mr. and Mrs. Jlranch , Mr.
nnd Mrs. Burns , Mr. nnd Mrs. Burt , Mr. and
Mrs. Hnbcock. Mr. mul Mrsi David Uaum ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Collman , Mr. nnd Mrs. Cady.
Mr. and Mrs. Corv of Council UlulTs , Mr.atid
Mrs. U Carter , Mr. nnd Mrs. Coltietzer , Mr.
nnd Mrs. Curtis , Mr. nnd Mrs. C till In , Mr.
and Mrs. Conlsh , Mr. nnd Mrs. Coutnnt , Mr.
and Mrs.Cushlng.Mr.nnd Mrs. Dean , Mr.aud
Mrs. R Drake , Mr. and Mrs. IJodgo of Coun
cil Bluffs , Mr. nnd Mrs. Dun'dy , Mr.and Mrs.
Dundy , jr. , Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Gould , Mr.
and Airs. Dean Gardner , Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
ll'ple , Mr. and Mrs. George Gould , Mr , and
Mrs. Ilnwloy , Mr. and Mrs. Halllr , Mr. and
Mrs. Howard , Mr. and Mi's , lloghn , Mr. and
Mrs. Ilartman , Mr. and Mrs. Harris , Mr.and
Mrs. M. A. Hall , Mr. and MM. Hiunilton.Mr.
and Mrs. P. H. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Kilton ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivierstend.Mr. . nnd Mrs. Mo-
Connick. Mr. and Mrs..Hedick , Mr. and Mrs.
Kogcra , Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen. Mr. and Mrs.
Mulford. Mr. and Mrs. (5. U. Smith , Mr. and
Mrs. Kelley , Mr. nnd Mrs. Nichols , Mr. and
Mrs. Swobo , Mr. nnd Mrs. Lltilngcr , Mr. and
Mrs. I'ratt , Mr. nnd Mrs. Larson , Mr , nnd
Mrs. Lockwood , Mr. and Mrs. Powell , Mr ,
and Mrs. Stiver , Mr. nnd Mrs. .Lindsay , Madame -
dame I'owcl , Mr. nnd Mrs , Sumncr , Ilov.nml
Mrs. Lloyd , Mr. nnd Mrs. Parker , Mr. and
Mrs. Shales , Mr. nlul Mrs. Montcomory , Mr.
nnd Mrs. Pinnoy , Council Bluffs , Mr. and
Mrs. Suundcra , Mr. and Mrs. Moore , Mr. and
Porter , Dr. and Mrs. Smith , Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. V. Morse , Mr. nnd Mrs. Uilchio , Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. B. Smith , Mr. nnd Mrs. Motcalf , Mr.
mid Hccde , Mr. and Mrs. Taylor , Mr. and
rs. Mulr , Mr. and Mrs. Itingwnlt. Mr. and
Irs. Turner , Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Morse , Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond , Mr. and Mrs. Thurston ,
Mr. nml Mrs. Vnill , Mr. nnd Mrs. Windsor ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bon Wood , Mr. and Mrs ,
Wheeler , Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Williams , Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace , Mr. nnct Mrs. Woodman ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. NVnkofleld , Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Wukeloy , Kov. nnd Mrs. Znlmer ,
The Misses Baker , Burgess , Benhain ,
awnrd , Ncllio Baum , Burns , Bowman ,
Council BlutTs' ; Curtiss , Crake , E. Davenport -
port , Dundy , Doano , May Davenport , Coun
cil Bluffs ; Dodge , Council UlulTs ; Furns-
iforth , Council Bluffs ; Hawlcy , Bessie Hall
Nellie Hull , Ilartman , Johnson , Kennedy
ee , McCllntoch , Moore , McClelland ,
Nichols , L'rntt , Koynolds , Council
[ Huffs ; Sumner , Newman ! Touzalin ,
Taturii , Wnlluco , Wnkeloy , Young
Messrs. Denton , Brlggs , Risk , James Me
Canti , K. C. Barton , Koenig , George Wright
of Council Bluffs. F. Wright of Council
Bluffs , Burt Whcolex- \ . P. Smith , M. Bar
, ow. W. T ? . Baxter , Garlish , White , Itoss
oDougall , Squires , Garneau , Tuttle , Ed
ilcUann , Loomis , N. E. Barkulow , Itichard
son , Gates , Darling. Ilcdick , Barnard , Heth ,
Turner , Cornish , Guton , Clark , N. A. Hall ,
How , Stanley Smith , Baldridge , Prof. Lowls ,
Clapp , Doano.
Tlaldod by Fr
The quiet homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. H
Yobstcr on Cliarlcs street , Ofctiard Hill , wn :
raided at noout 8S01ast.Tuosday : evening bj
some fifty of their friends doalrousof remind
ng them that tbo ovcning of their seven
: eenth wedding anniversary had nrrived
They were so completely surprised at thii
sudden demonstration that for n short timi
they were at a loss lo know the intent of sucl
a host , as they filed in. ono after nnotlwr , bu
ns it began to dawn upon them that they wen
'n the hands of friends , their natural cord hi
lospltnlity assorted itself , nnd It wns but i
short tnno when nil were made to feel nt home
The evening's entertainment wns introduce !
by setting tables for progressive euchre , whicl
is the most natural way for Orchard Ilil
people to nmuso themselves , Afteracoupl
of hours were spent with cards and by othe
pleasant ways , tables were spread for re
freshmcnts by the thoughtful Indies of th
company. Before partaking of the feast th
event of the evening occurred , when a beau
tiful chlnn lea scl wns presented to the hos
nnd hostess as a substanlinl reminder of Ihi
occasion. In proscnllng the dnluty chini
Mr. Fludloy abandoned all hnckneyci
speeches , and in a few beautiful words , lu
spired by true friendship for Mr. and Mrs
Webster , gave into their keeping the level ;
gift. Among the familiar faces present wer
the following ;
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sheerar , Mr. and Mrs
Charles Haley. Mr. nnd Mrs. John L. Cnn
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chapin , Mr. nnd Mr *
W. E. Findloy. Mr. and Mrs. Neoley , Dr. nn
Mrs. Bailey , Air. nnd Mrs. Carpenter , Mi
and Mrs. Fagan , Mr. and Mrs. Ati'Jersoi
Dr. nnd Mrs. Somors. Mr. and Mrs. Va
Horn , Mr. and. Mrs. Wilson , Mr. and Mrs
Weeks , Mr. and Mrs , Coryell , Mr. and Mrs
Wagner , Mr. and Mrs. Guild. Mr. nnd Mrs
Patterson , Air. and Mrs. Wickersham , Mi
and Mrs. Bail , Mr. and Mrs. Bodgln , Mi
nnd Mrs. Perfect , Df. and Mrs. Towne
Misses Knowlton , Towno , Daisy Wood , Co :
yell AVood , Addn Gilletl , Messrs. B. I
Knight , S. A. Orchard , A. T. Darby , H.
Matthews , N. P. Soss , Eugene Thompsoi
Master Edwin Chapiu ,
The Thurston Cant Party.
In honor of their nleco Miss Fanny Nov
man of Lincoln , Miss Luna Dundy nnd lu
fiance Mr. H. B , Newman , Judge and Mr
Thurston gave a very delightful card part
Friday evening nt their residence on Farna
nnd Twenty-fourth streets. The hous
which Is particularly ndnptod for ontortnn
mcnts such as this , was decorated In a mo
est yet very effective manner. Partners f
the game were selected by different varlctli
of hand painted cards , containing figures i
the Greek gods nnd goddesses and charade
from the Gilbert and Sullivan operas. Mr
Thurston was assisted throughout the roon
by Miss Mav Dundy , Miss Emma Hoaglnt
nnd Miss Nellie Burns and Miss Jessie Ml
lard.Tho first ladles' prize wns tnknn by Mr
Will Itodlck , the second by Miss Hnwlo
The llrst gentleman's honor wns carried e
by Mr. Arthur Gulon , the second by Mr. A
The following were present : Mr. nnd Mr
David Buu m , Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Baum , M
and Mrs , D , II. Wheeler , jr. , Mr. nnd Mr
Clem Chnso , Mr. and Mrs. A , Wakoley , M
and Mrs. Charles Douel , Mr , und Mrs. C. \
Hamilton , Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Dundy , ji
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hedlck , Mr. and Mr
Will Millard , Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Vnlll. M
nnd Mrs. H. S. Hall , Mrs. H. S. Hollin
Misses Catherine Barker , Harriett Ha
Newman. Dundy , Luna Dundy. Wakele
Hougland , Carter , Burns , Jcsslo Millar
Huwley , Clara Hnwley , Bulcombe , Oertrui
Chambers , Alice Chambers , llolcomb , Curtl
McClelland , Nichols , Hall.Harhncss , Mcssi
Kd Falrlleld , Hlchter of Lincoln , Newma
Eastmnn , Klloy , Heth , Al Patrick , 1C. C. Br
ton , Frank Hamilton , Plcrro Garnoau , II
Tuttle , Charles Sounderf , Chnrlcs Tuttl
Charles Offut , Arthur Gulou , Ed Cornish.
The Pnxton Dnnolnu Party.
Mr , nnd Mrs. W. A. Pnxton have a beau
fully appointed homo , and a dancing par
there Is always certain of bringing out t
lenders of society in largo numbers , The b
room Is located nt the top of the roomy hoi
of the Paxtons on South T wcnty-llf th nroni
nnd hero the gay young men nnd womi
spent the major portion of Tuesday ovenii
to the music of the Musical Union orcUosti
The party wns given in honor of Mi
Clnrko of Missouri , the guest of Mrs. Paxt
and Miss Jcr.uio McClelland , and was or
par with former entertainments whi
havoTjecn given by ono of Omaha's old re
dents ana his amiable wife.
The house was beautifully decora t
throughout , the llorUt having boon glv
carlo blnnchotomnkothomhandjomo ami sup-
gcstlvo. Chrvjimthcmutn9 , winter's choicest
decorative flower , were there In profusion ,
whllo smllax nnd roses crnced tho. parlors ,
dining room nnd library. The ball-room , hou1-
over , showed the greatest cnro , the decora
tions throughout bclntr charming in every
sense of the word. Mrs. Paxton wns nislstcd
In receiving bf by Mist Clnrko mid Miss
McClelland. The hostess was becomingly
gowned in n black net , wearing the Pnxton
diamonds , which nlwnys attract nttcntlon.
Miss Clnrko was prettily coslumed inaslmplo
gown of yellow tulle with plaited skirt ,
Ml Jennlo McClellnnd n very pretty blonde
by the way , nnd whohnd the management of
the reception in her hnmis , were ono of the
hnndsomcst crowns In the room , n whlto cash-
mcro heavily ornamented with fenlhor
' .rimming and whlto silk , antl she carried n
ovely boquot of ( lowers. Miss Bertha Yost
ttracted ntlentlon by wearing u striking
own of vivid blue silk. Miss Margaret
rVllllams , pink silk' covered 'with ' rosebud
ulloand plukmolro ; Miss Wukeloyla lovely
plnkcrepot Miss Doano , bluocropoj Miss
Curtis , whlto net over whlto silk trimmed
orget-ma-tiots and grasses ; Miss Hoagland ,
.very foreign ( looking gown of heliotrope
repo trimmed with hcllotropa sntln hcll-
trope gloves ; Miss McKouna , black net
rimmed with golillnco ; Mrs. Harry McCor-
nlck wns go\yucd In a Imnclsomo rnd capo,1
qunro neckj cutrnino nlid her diamonds
houo brilliantly under ths gas jets ; Mi s
lay Dundy , black and gold not and silk ;
llss Luna Dundy , whlto silk ; Miss Htboard ,
vhlto crepe trimmed with yellow velvet ;
Irs. E. S. Dundy jr. , whlto net.
The dancing programmes were llltlo * jems
n Iholr way , pulntcd by Miss MrClclland ,
, nd tied with dlffei-cnt colored ribbous , the
irogrnmmo coutnlnlug thlrtccu dances and
Miss 'McClelland who was the real head of
ho evening , Mrs. Pnxton giving way lo Iho
oung lady , acquitted herself of the arduous
utics in au especially commendable manner.
Vlthough young In Iho dulies which
'evolvo upon hostesses she showed a
ilcnsant adaptability to the amenities
ml gave promise of future triumphs in the
Ino which Mrs. Pnxton mapped out for her.
The guests present were : Mr. and Mrs E.
. Dundy. jr. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hedlck ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry McCormlck , Misses
Vest , Brown , Uoane , Emily Wakeley , Hlb-
imrd , chaperoned by Mrs. Judge Lane ,
Duudy , Itnloy , Lola Carter. Harttnan , Cur-
'Is , Honglaiul , McKcnuu , Balcombo , Williams ,
Inll of SL Paul , Woolworth , Smith , Moore ,
3ratt Trcnchey of St. Louis. Messrs. Tur-
lor , Doano , Gulou , Nownwn , Bnggs , Killer ,
Moores , Charles Ilcdick , Clark Uedick , John
" ntrlck , Frank Hauillton.Will Wvman , Mor-
nu , Hess McDoucall , Charles 'L'uttlo , Will
Jrary.Nato Crary , Pierre Gnrneau , Clar-
nce Brown , Gcorgo Bnrko , Wood , Bert
of thqVcok. .
HOCTOIl AND r.lUI.SES. "
The marriage ot Mr. Thomas Hector and
Miss Pauline Christine Paulson wassol -
mnlzod at Iho church of St. Agnes , S.outh
Omaha , Wodnijsday morning at 8 o'clock ,
ttov. Father D. W. Morriurlty oniuiatlug.
The groom is ono of the well known business
ncn of the Magio City , being nt present
: ity clerk. The brldo is ono of Hie favorites
n the social circles of the place nnd is cs-
xioinea for her ninny- graces of mind and
icnrt. A reception followed nt Blum's ,
ipora house , which wns wartldp.ited
n by nearly two hundred couples ,
, vho joined in ono earnest wish
, hat the llfo Just beginning for the newly
narried couple bo as full of sunshine as their
hearts deslro. After the reception n ban
quet was served nt Iho Hotel Dellone ,
speeches being made by Eli H. Doud , David
A-ndersoii , Kov. J. R. McUnitb. and D. F.
Bayloss. Mr. and Mrs. Hector were the re
cipients of - inuy presents , useful , ornamen
tal and valuable.
The Crescent quartette was present and
rendered some very fiuo selections , adding
much to the pleasure of -wedding feast.
Among the many visitors present were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Charles Clifford , Mr. and Mrs. P.
McOoldrick. Misses Mnry and Eiln Holmes ,
Anna Davey , Magglo Kennedy. Annie Shit-
tcry , Kntlo Con way , Katie Welsh , Judge
eorge Holmes. Jr. , Michael O. Maul , Will-
am Holmes uud John Welsh of Omaha , Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Barrett , Mrs. Pierce Ryan
and daughter , Miss Bridget of Millard and
Mr. Edward A. Calellv and sisters Misses
Nina and Maud of Elkhorn.
The residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Can
field of Manistco , Mich. , was .tho scene of a
very pretty wedding on Wednesday nfter-
noou , November 12 , the occasion of the mar
riage ot their youngest daughter , Miss Mar-
; arot Canflcld , to Dr. Everett Eddy of this
; ity. The interesting ceremony was per
formed by Ilov. Mr. Wostlako of the Congre
Messrs. Ed. It. Wheeler and Oren Haws
acted as ushers nnd musters , Harry and Burt
Wheeler as pages. Miss Belle Gardner made
a very charming bridesmaid nnd Mr. Charles
Canflold , n brother of the happy man ,
did the honors as groomsman. A unique
feature of this very pleasant social
event wns the bride's ' cnkc , which contained
a solid gold baud on the inside of which was
inscribed the words , "My turn next. " The
cake wns cut up nnd distributed among the
young ladies present , nnd Miss Lizzio Lewis
was tin fair recipient of the gold ring and
now all the young men of Munlsteonro laying
awake at nights wondering who will provo to
bo the lucky man. Miss Tina Halncs en
livened the proceedings by giving n beautiful
rendition ofTho Wedding March. "
The bridal party left on the ( ! o'clock train
for their honeymoon tour and nro now guesis
of the Paxton hotel. The doctor will , ut
least for the present , make his hondquartars
with Dr. Glbbs or Ibis city.
A Silver \VoilaiiiR Anniversary.
Twculy-flvo years maiTicd 1 A quarter of ti
century passed with ono another. It is In
deed a long tlmo and ono cnnnot help but
grown bit sentimental when ills realized thai
tne companionship of so many years has
never been broken , but on the contrary has
been brighter each year ns time touched
gently the hair of the man nnd woman whc
have lived nnd loved through Iho changes ol
almost a generation , In Iho hurry nud bustle
bf llfo ono is very liable to forcrot the many
examples of true devotion which are to be
seen on every hand and broadly hint Hint the
growing tendency of the era is toward c
radical nbridgomcnlof themnrriapoqupsllon ,
But it is to just such celebrations as that o ]
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Potter last Satunlaj
ovenlngat their residence , 422 South twenty-
fourtii avenue , Hint the defenders of the mar
rlngo relation look for their strongest argu
ment in favor of nn institution that is as old
It was Mr. nnd Mrs. Pollor's silver anhi
versary , and about them they had gathered
many friends to help nssist in the gcnornl jo\
of the evening. In addition to Its being thofi
silver wedding night , it was Air. Potter' . '
fiftieth birthday , and everybody had double
causa for joining In the celebration.
The house was modestly thougl
very prettily decorated with llowors. Tlu
curtains were hung with smllax , whllo chrys
anthemums nnd roses were placed through
out the room in prominent places.
Mrs. i'otler-was assisted in receiving bj
her dnuphtor-ln-lnw , Mrs. C. S. . Potter , jr.
and her daughter , Mrs. C. D. Talmngo o
Denver. The other children present were
Henry P. , Charles S. , jr. , Geonjo B. , Arthu :
G. , Uobert 1C , Emma A. , and Jprouio T. Pot
ter.Tho guests were privileged ti
play high-flvo nnd were given carli
blnncho to do anything which thoi :
fancy might dictate , the arrangement
for their entertainment being perfect to i
degree. Later in the evening delightful ro
frcihtncnts were served , Mrs. Potter bclni
responsible for their preparation , showtaj
that in addition to her other graces aba wai
a famous cook. Tno guests were seated a
small tables throughout both down and u ]
stairs end were served by several of 'th' ' '
younger children , which mndo it moro llko i
family reunion than n reception ,
The presents received were many and raos
of thorn very valuable , nil being of stcrllni
sliver , In keeping with the occatlou , am
nearly all of thorn contained , the wish tha
Mr. and Mrs. Potter might live to cclobrot' '
their fiftieth anniversary in as charming i
manner as tbo twenty-tilth.
The guests present were : Mr. Dudle1
Evans nnd Mrs , Seeloy. Mr. and'Mrs. L. A'
Gamer , Mr. 0. w. Stockton nnd tha Mlsse
Stockton , Miss Agnes Humm , Mr. and Mrs
J. F. Barton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irving F. Baxter
tor , Uov. Wlllard Scott , Mr. and Mrs. Join
Francis , Mr , and Mrs. P. Milestone , Mis
Kfllo Milestone , Dr. Amelia Burroughs , Di
nnd Mrs. II. W. Hyde , Prof. LV. . McCou
neil , Mr. and Mrs , B. F. Duncan , Mr. an
Mrs. W. P. Breunin , Mr. and Mri. J.
Preston , Mr. E. O. Brandt , Miss Kittla
Brandt , Mr. and Mrs. Oti W. Rogers , Mr ;
and Mrs. Joseph Her , > Mlss Imogcno Ilor.
Mr. nnd Mrs , Tnoinas W.v Tuttlo. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Kd E. Honn , Mr.iiUrank H. Zlobnch ,
Mr. nnft Mrs. J. A. Koltlt , Miss Connor , Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. Stewart White , Mr. William A.
Derrick , Mr. nnd Mrs. Q. 'S. Potter , jr. , Mrs.
C. D. Tulmndgo , Mru- Chris Mussclman ,
Mrs. Frank Arnold , Mr. , Jloy Arnold.
A. Ctmrmliit : Xtitnctioon.
Mrs. William F. Vflljii gave a beautiful
luncheon Wednesday afternoon nt 1 o'clock ,
In honor of Mrs , Arthun-Wakoloy nnd Miss
Besslo Miller of Richmond , ICy. , which was
distinguished for Its oVUwratoness nnd the
numborof dollghtfulltmpYatlous Innuguratod
in dinner giving. ,
The house was daintily decorated , the
guests being received upstairs , Iho lower
portlou of the cottage , 2U'J Cass street , being
devoted to the luncheon proper which was
served on fifteen tables placed throughout
the hnlhvay , the parlor and dining room ,
Mi's. Vnlll was assisted In receiving by
Miss Fanny Newman of Lincoln , Mrs , Wuko-
Icy , Miss Miller nnd Mrs. David lliiuin , '
When luncheon was announced Itvns
ascertained that Mrs. Vnlll had selected a
number of ladles to preside nt each of the
llfteen tables , and to them she proscntod n
card containing Iho names of the other ladles
who would bo expected to talco places at the
same board , These cards were tied with
different colored ribbons corresponding to
the ribbons which were placed In the center
ofenchof the tnnlcs. The ladles , who were
to occupy Iho heads of the tables had llttlo
dlfllculty in assembling thclrcotcrlo of guests
nnd these llttlo groups readily found their
places with the guidance of their mentors.
Tbo lunch consisted of llvo courses mid wns
served by tlui following ladii-s , Mrs. C. S.
Whither , Mrs. H. T. DalloyMisses WaUolev ,
Chirk nnd Bennett.
The invited guests were Mcsdnmcs
Hallcr , Wucolcr. Clinse , Mulford , Nichols , J ,
E. Damn , Collins , Sloane , E. S. Dundr , Jr. ,
Lockwood , Moore. Reynolds , Ames , Brady ,
Montgomery. Colpotzer , Hahlrldgu , Heal ,
Collmati , Hull , Tnurston , Harrow , MctcaU , '
Dailoy. Powell , D , Nicholh , Williams , Irvine -
vine , Whitney , Jones. Tuber , Allen , T. L.
HlrigWiilt , Bdrkalow , Gilbert. W. Rogers , T.
Rogers , Carter , Curtis , Francis. Keller , Wes-
sells , Cnldwoll , Philllppi , Hussoy , Lee ,
Pcnso , Alexander , Lomax , Ulnll , Woodurd ,
Harvey , Diir.vea , lUloy , Arthur B , Smith , D.
Unum , A. C , Wnkoloy , Hhllllp Potter , Dr.
Smith , H. McCormick , Love , Pinto , When Ion ,
Dowd. Gardner , MeChmnnhan , Adams , Sal
mon , Minor , Brown , Dr. Miller , Doherty ,
Misses Bnlcombc , Nlcholls. Summers , Ben-
nolt , Wnkeloy , Tnvlor , Sharp , Jackson ,
Briggs , Wallace , Benham , Young , Chirk.
Lyman , Burgess , Newman of Lincoln , Vnill
of Beatrice. Hnwloy , Clara Hawloy.
An Afternoon Itvuoptloii.
Ono of the prettiest receptions of the year
was given Wednesday from 2 until 0 by Mrs.
W. L , Adams , jr. , nt her residence , 1933
Chtcigo street , postponed from Tuesday on
account of the funeral of the late Judge
James W. Savage. Mrs. Adams was as
sisted In receiving by Mrs. Pritchett , Mrs.
McKcnnn , Mrs. W. V. Morse , whllo through
out the rooms Miss Yost nnd Mlis Mcivenna
gave able support in their charming mariner
of entertaining. Mrs. Adams were n hundsoino
reception gown of mouse-colored sllkuiitrainc :
Mrs. I'ritchelt , whlto cashmere and silk ;
Mrs. Morse , who is a yory pretty woman ,
were an attractive gown - , of pearl gray silk
and point laco. the whole ( relieved by n neck
lace of pearls with a pendant ot pnnslos set
with diamonds ; Miss Volt looked particu
larly lovely in u quaint oldfasliioncd gown of
plaid silk suggestive of Iho Stuart dynasty ;
Miss McKenna , silk gown trimmed with
white , V-shaped neck njid oloow sleeves.
Among the very largo number of guests who
called during the nfternqoni Mrs. Adams be
ing ono of the old settlers . Omaha , were :
Mesdames Wheeler. CaHui , Briggs , Gilbert ,
Curtis , Chnso , Edwards , fjfrinstonc , Haxvloy ,
llnnll. Nirhnlfc Slniln. .Tnlininn. Pntvnll T'lln.
Misses Moore , Curtis , MpKcnnuYostShurp ,
Dundy , Luna Duudy , Doauo. Touzalin , Hong-
laud , Mrs. Houglnnd , MC.S. W. F. Allen.
A Fancy lla/.nur.
A ladies' fancy baznar.f\ [ > r the benefit of tbo
Jewish iomplo > was hcldlal the residence of
Mrs. Andrew Baas on Thanksgiving after
noon and evening : Thl1) ) entertaining nml
successful affair originated with two little
girls of thn Sabbath scliool.jlhntite Anspacker
and Elmer Ltil/cnmn , who were untiring in
their efforts and deserve gront credit for the
successful outcome of thonffoir. They were
ably assisted by the ladies of the Kensing
ton , members of the congregation nnd
others. Special reference should bo
made to the kindness of Mrs. Haas ,
Airs. Albert Calm , Mrs. S. ICnty ,
nnd Mrs. Moritz Meyer , who were Indefa-
tlguaulo in their efforts to make the bazaar n
success. The humorous nnd one of the most
successful features of the bazaar were the
voles taken upon the most popular young
ladies , who were declared to be Misi Dollic
Polack , who was nrescnted with a solid golil
thimble , nnd Miss-TiUIo Nowuian , n pair ol
French kid baud made boots. Or. Hoscnan
was voted the most popular young gentleman ,
ami wns presented with u gold headed cnne ,
anil a term of singing lessons donated h.\
Miss Lizzio Isaacs was won by Lena ItotifeJd ,
The bazaar netted over ; MI)0 ) , whluh was sur
prising , and proved to make a thoroughly en
joynblo Thanksgiving day.
A PIoaHiint C iird Tarty.
Wednesday evening Mr.and Mrs. W. F
Valll gave a pleasant high flvo party foi
Miss Bcssio Miller of Richmond , Ky. , ten
tables being occuuied by the player * . Al
the end of the gnmo refreshments wen
served and the prizes distributed ns follows
First ladles' prize was won by Miss Bishop
first gentleman's by Mr. Palrflold ; Misi
Luna Dundy won the Indies' booby
Mr. Clarence Brown the gentleman's , nl
though why u passenger agent should b <
in the rear like that is past finding out. cs
peclnlly when "hustlii" is expected of them
The following were the invited guests
Misses Newman of Lincoln , DoaneVnkcly
Emily Wakeley , Touznlln , Barnard , Curtis
Bishop , Parrotte , Curler , Davenport , Barker
kor , Moore , Pratt , Hall , Leila , Shears , Ale
Clintock , Ida Sharp , Ilartman , Alexander
Honglaml , Laura Iloacrlaml , Yates , Bossii
Ynlcs , Tntum , Bessie Tatum , Fisher , Bnum ,
Brownlo Bnum , titcwms , Dunilv , Lum
Dundy , Clark , Hull of Minneapolis , Clark
son , Vnill of Beatrice. Messrs. . Rortlck
Cleaver , Stanley , Smith. W. K Smith , Clnpu
Dr. Wilkinson. Biildridge , Spottswood.Guiou .
Will Donno , McCngue , Falrtleld , Ross , Mac
dougal , White. Howclls , D. Brock , C. Brecit
Clark , C. K. Brown , Barnard , Duryea , Alice
Newt Barknlow , Nowimn of Now York
Palmer of Chicago , Rletor of Lincoln , A
Offutt , II. Holh , S. Hoth.
They I'luyoil IHxh Five.
Mrs. Foster nnd her daughter of Bostoi
who have been visiting Mr. Hnrry Foster n
the Men-lain wont to Colorado Frld ny morn
Ing , where they will spend , the winter will
relntlvoe. They wore entertained on Thanks
giving evening In the rooim of Mr , nnd Mrs
I. W. Miner at n high flvo party , After th
games were concluded refreshments wer
served and were particularly praised by a !
present. The other guests were : Mr. nu
Mrs. G. C , Hobble , Mr/niu ] Mrs. L. P. Stlcl
noy , Mr. and Mrs. D , II. Uoodrlch , Mr. nu
Mrs. C. J. Frico , Mr. uiuVMrs. Snydcr , Mi
nnd Mrs. Blood , Mr. andr Mrs. W. M , Mori
man , Mr. and Mrs. C. BAlooro , Mrs , W.
Rigg-i , Miss Lillian Housey Mr. Hnrry Fester
tor , Mr. Pcatherly and Mr. A , S. Cnrtci
The prizes y/oro awanlefl'As follows : Lndlc :
llrst , Mrs. Frlro ; secouav Mrs. Goodricli
gentlemen's first , Mr. Carter ; second , Mi
Blood. ; ; ;
Tim ladles' Musical Society.
The Ladles' Musical sfy ety has decided t
reduce its membership inJToo. The chars
will bo in future , for sjociata members X
for active members $ ! . A largo moiiiborshl ]
Is greatly dosli-ed. Several intorcstlng prc
grammes ai-o in contemplation. The next n
cltnl will bo given by Miss Miles , a vocall :
who has recently como hero from Bosloi
Miss Miles is a most ploaslng singer , bavin
received surporlor instruction which , addo
to intelligence , refinement and native ablllt'
has made a singer who will bo we
coined to Omaha very greatly. Miss Mile
recital will be given at Meyer's muslo hallo
Wednesday , December 8 at 8 o'clock.
I'lnk Clirysnntliemuiii Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W.V. . Cor of 3133 Bpragu
street gave , in honor of their friend , Mr. /
L. Foote , a pink chrysanthemum dinne
Thanksgiving day on the occasion of b
birthday , The parlors and dining roe
were beautifully decorated with smllux an
chrysanthemum whllo the menu was temp
ing to a degree , as you would expect at
Thanksgiving banquet. Covers were lul
for fourteen the sorvlco being in course.
The guests present were : Mr. and Mr
Taylor , tha Misses Bush , Misses Lull
Rhodes , May Jordan , Powers , Rlr.MoMnhon ,
Mr. A.L. Footo , Mr. and Mrs. W. AY , Coi.
In tliQ .Suburb * .
The Kouutze Place High-Five club mot nt
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. K , D , Htistus ,
Nineteenth nnd Blnnoy elrcets , on Friday
evening The host nnd hostess were very
successful In ranking every one thoroughly
at homo , nnd after the game refreshments
were served that were In keeping with the
Airs. H. Jnyncs carried oft the ladles' ' prize ,
whlchwns two very handsome chlnft salt
cellars. Mr. J. J. Gibson was the fortunate
gentleman , and secured a beautiful set of nut
The following members were present ! Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. p. Bny , Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Blum , Air. and Mrs. J. II. Collins , Mr. D. C.
Dunbar , Dr. and Airs. A. "W. Edmlston , Mr ,
and Airs. L. D. Fowler , Mr. ana Airs , J. J.
Gltison , Mr , nml Mrs. II. Jayncs , Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. V. Lo\vis , Mr. ami Airs. H. Lawrlo ,
Air. 'and Mrs. G. W. Shields , Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Ynu Court nml Miss Alartln. In addi
tion to thu club members were noticed the
following guests : Judge nnd Mrs. Bradley ,
Air. nnd Airs. J , Williams , Mr. nnd Mrs ,
Ervin Duxtur , Mr. and Mrs , F. Koimtston ,
Air. and Mrs. ICt-nuody nnd Mr. nud Mrs.
Airs.- Alary Hnrkness of Kaiisns Is visiting
Mrs. J , Al. . Thurstau.
Airs. Henry W. Yntcs loft Monday for St.
Joe on n visit to her sisters.
Senator and Mrs. A , S. I'nddock left tot
Washington Thursdiiy evening.
Miss Newman of Lincoln is the guest of
Airs. Judge Thurston on Farnnm struct.
Air. and Alra. J. P. Williams were pucsts
of Mr. and Airs. 1-2 , C. Snydcr Thursday Inst.
Air. and Airs. Ernest Rlall cntcrtnliml
three or four friends ut dinner Thanksgiving
Air. and Airs , J. N. H. Pntrlck entertained
Colonel and Mrs. Ludingt on Tuesday evening
at din net * .
AHsi Bcssio Yates , Miss Orchard nnd Miss
Hoaghiud arc still the guests of ttio Aliases
Stool In St. Joo.
Air. and Mrs. Isaac Hodgson , jr. , hnvo gene
to Portland , Ore. , where tuoy have taken a
house for the winter.
Air. mid Airs. F. A. llrown entertained the
Limited club at his residence on Twentytilth
street Alonday evening.
Thnnksgivlng evening the O. M. B. A.
branch No. 3 , guvo a very pleasant dancing
party nt NVashlnijton hull.
Aliss Clarke of MUsouol , who was tbo
guest of Mrs. Paxton fora fortnight past ,
left for her homo Wednesday.
Mrs , .Tiilln A. Blirkot , Mrs. M. A. Pinnoy
and Miss Blanche Pinuev of Burlington , la. ,
are visiting the family of II. IC.-.Iurket ) , 504
Mrs. Jay 'Morton , who wns Aliss Cnrrio
Lake , ana her * two children nnd Air. undMrs ,
Alorton of Chicago will bo the guests of Airs ,
Lake tins' wcelr.
A sale of fancy articles for the benefit of
the child's hospital will bo held nt the res !
deuce of Mrs. Judge Lake on upper Dodge
street , oa Thursday afternoon.
The Omaha guards will give n grand mili
tary hall nnd reception Tuesday evening , De
cember 9. at Washington hall , invitations for
which will bo issued on Monday.
Albert Bierstadt , the celebrated artist ,
will urrivo in Ouinha probably next week
from n sketching tour In the west. Ho will
bo nntcrtnlned by Air. Robert Patrick.
Governor and Mrs. Allison Sanndcrs left
for Now York Friday uvunlng whuro they
will visit for three weeks. Mrs. Hiissel liar-
risoirwllt join her father and mother there.
Airs. Fred Nye is visiting Aliss Ogdeu fora
few days , nttcr which she will go to Fremont
for several weeks before Joining Air. Nye lu
Chicago , who has taken a responsible position
in the Herald.
Aliss Florence Yatcs. who has been at the
Clifton Springs , N. Y. , sanitarium for the
post four months , is expected to return to
Omaha this week and will bo accompanied by
Miss Brock of St. Louis.
Air. A. M , Kitchen moved outof his former
louse this week and has taken a residence on
iouth Twenty-ninth avenue. . Air. and Mrs.
H. L. Holllns will shortly wove into Iho
house Just vacated , the deed for the property
iaving been recorded this week.
The foot ball game between the Young
Aien's Christian Association and the Untvcr-
sitv learns wns witnessed Thanksgiving day
by * Miss JJonuc , Miss Wnkciley , Miss Bar
nard. Aliss Curtis , Messrs. Cleaver , Stanley ,
Smith , Palmer and Thompson ot Chicago.
Miss Mary Nichols , 2017 Center street , was
the recipient of a very dcllghlf ul surprise on
the evening of Iho 52Mh instant , from n large
number of her friends. The lady was pre
sented with a verv hnndsomo nlbum during
the evening , nn ndditional cause for surprise ,
a rattan rocking chair nnd n china lamp.
Aliss Nichols responded to Iho presentation
speech in a particularly npuropnato manner ,
T.ho Kenslntrston given by Alra , 1. .T. Fisher
Throe Nights Commencing
Sunday Evening1 , November 30th.
Tlio Thrilling MulO'Drnma
UY CIIAS. OAYI.BU.
ALL NEW SCENERY.
THE GREAT FLOOD SCENE
A 8THONO COMI'ANV timlur Uift iK'rsontl direc
tion of .Mil. KHANICC. ( SAYM5H.
Ilex nhOL'tn | > oii9 Ailuntnjr at'J o'clock.
Grand Opera MotfsB
! 'Vfil < ilm / < i Saturday. V3cr. 6th * 6th Saturday am
No Dead r.cl tors In This , llrlsht , Brisk iim !
Ilrcczy. The I'urcc Unint'ily tfeusatloa of
tlio day , tliu
Written by Oco , 0. .Tcnki. An Ainlalilo Satin
on Uiiulo Sum's i'ostiil riorvluo ,
TniSE AHKTIIU 1'SOl'I.E !
Sniniiol Ilcocl ,
O. 11. Htiwklns.
Kd. H. Uuron.
Uoorelo I'arKer. ,
MaitKli * I'U'ldliig.
1,1111ns Y. Armstrong.
Jwilla Clarko. ' . _ ,
lJcli ; Slierrlc.
THIS IS WHAT YOU LI * SEBl
Po't Ofdco In Kiill Aptlon ,
Kupul .MesRonaor Sorvlco ,
Melodious Gutter Hut.
Letter Cliirricrb' March.
Four Ilunco Pl crcrs. ,
WU-nl Traiiui 1'rlntcr.
Ulislropennis Hoilu 1 ount.lln.
Kodllotltlnc , "
Snoelnl Scenery , Novel Dances , 1'iuitomlml
Surnrlsos , Klulioralo Costumes , Now niiisl
uiulur tlui direction ot Win. It. NoUou. llu
Sheet open Thursday morning. . _
STANDARD LECTURE COURSE.
December 24tli , 1890
MA.iouJ , H. I'ONII hni Iho honor In announce U
only njipcuranco In tills cltr ot
HENRY M ,
The Rescue of Emin Pashal
The Forests , Pigmies and. Mare
PRICES OF ADMISSION , $1 , $2& $
ACCORDING TO I/OATION ,
Tlrketi ferule tt 8ttr\aard lluiloex Cell * go ,
nt her cosy residence , B07 South Twentieth
, , ,
street on Monday nftcrnoon Novoitibor 10
wns tmlccd an onjoynbln nITnir . lo tlioso tnnt
wcro fortunate to ba present. The nnrlors
\vcro bcnutirullv docoruteJ , , n was mso the
tnblo upon wblchVM . nprrul the ilcllpficles
of the mason. \isiialsubjccls\vcio0ls- \ -
IfM C/3 lie
M Q- rn
Don't PQH AND-tun
In this or nny , oilier
AnyOne O I'RKSr.XTINT- country
J/J. McN ALLYS
Dot Farcical Safin
Under Ilio iminngc-
Buy 6H mi'iiLuC
H Rich it Harris
I Monday Evening ,
Now. LO CN December 1.
Q Tuesday Evening ,
Wednesday Evening ,
Any O December 3.
PQ WEDNESDAY ,
cussed , the tarlft Mil , together with the Mes
siah ilimcesof the liulluns and the questions
of the tiny. Mill the hostess 'was ibly nsMstcd
liy her BiJtor , Miss Julia Hlooin , who has
Iwon sojourning lu the city for tno rast two
months , and by lior umlubloauulltics lias won
BO YETS OPER HOUSE *
Nights Only. 4
TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF
i'w and Elaborate Production ,
UNDER THE PERSONAL DIRECTION OF
Gorgeous Revival of the new
Mikado Ballet = = = =
A grand company "
of Terpsicorcan Ar- '
tis/s , gorgeous cos-
ttuiies and entirely "
uezv scenery , -
THE SUEZ CANAL.
The Royat Necropolis.
The Home of the Mikado
The Giant's Stainva-y.
The Wreck of Ihc Henrietta.
The Eccentric Palace.
The Live Elephant , Mazouk.
BOYD'S ' OPERI HOUSE.
SUNIDAY , KOVlilMBEP ? . SO
The Jolly German Dialect Comedian nnd Sweet S
OHAS , A. GARDNER
Picturesque Hear Gardner
Scenery , sing his popular
Alpine " "
Genuine " "
Tyrolean "German Swell"
' ' "
all melodies ,
Spinning Bee. "The Lilac"
In His Grand Homaatlc Comedy of Tyrolean. Life
Under theManazemout of SIDNEY R. ELLIS.
DIME EDEN MUSEE.
WILL , LAWLER , Manager.
Bor , Eleventh and Farnam Sts , , Omaha , Neb'
of December 1.
THE GREAT. THE ONLY. DERVILLE FAMILY
Ot trained artists. Musical prodigies , in song ? , dances , drills , instrumentalities.
A. potpourri of popular Bongs , ballads and melodies , This family of
musicians nro acknowledged to bo the greatest now traveling1. . ,
The Weird , Fantastic Ghost Dancers
Prom tlio Pine IUdpo ; agency. Man-Wlth-lho-Stronpr-Bronth'Toahon , Little
Hunt Brigga and Thunder Voice Monyhan. These braves will execute
the Messiah ghost dunce ns given at Rosobud.
THE ITALIAN GYPSY BAND.
These wolrd Nomnndic indolent musical novelties will present some of tlio most
popular Gypsy nlra of the day. Their aklll Is wit.Uout a doubter.
Their music Bounds " inspiring und otlioroal.
The greatest minstrel of the ago. This quaint , comical goniui
will appear for ono week only ,
ARL.IN , the Fairy Paper Queen , In tl.o art of. paper delineations.
SIDNEY , the Gonlua of the Jack Knlfo. Ho sits all day and whittles , and
his work la mementos of curiosities ,
A Bright , Spicy Entertainment.
ONE DIME IS ALL IT COSTS YOU ,
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