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12 THE OMAHA DAILY HEE : SUNIXAY , ( MTOHBR 0 , 18U2-H3IXTEKN" PAGES.
If THE MORSE DRY GOODS COMPANY
In Our Bargain Base
Monday mi Dining tin Week
Wo sbnll InatiRurato the pront-
cst CUT PRICK SALE o f
over offered In tlio history
Beautiful decorations , unique dcslcns ,
nil go together In this sulo at n fiO per
PRICES'GUT IN TWO
Those goods on sale Monday only.
Dinner and Tea Sets ,
Two Great Bargains.
Decorated Dinner -
nor Sot , was
I'icce English Decorated -
orated Tea Sot , was
Wo also olTor 25 bciuiliful Alarm
Clocks , regular $2.00 Rooils , nt tbo lov/
price of SI..10 each.
I'M KfTf , ' Don tors " > o each
Go Wash Basins ; to each
lOc " \Vnsh basins -lc onch
lOc Nickel Cull Bolls Ho each
lOc Si-rub Brushes Ic ! each
lOc Dust Puns &c each
lOc Tin Cusniilor.s Oc each
Best Shoo Blacking 2c box
Mason's Quart Fruit Jars Go each
KIIOX'H Golntino per plcg Be
Worth IGc the world over.
It Pays to Trade witli Us.
Morse Dry Goods Go.
SOCIETY IN AUTUMNAL DAYS
Weddings That Have Interested the Mom-
bars of the Haut Mou de.
PROMISES FOR THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE
Amlotiint Auditor Trunk Hills llrlngs Homo
n Ulilo llriilu Ut'ceptlou toMr. . und
Alri. , Iiimo& Cotitliij ; Murrlugo of
Allss rorlno 1'coplo In Town.
The period from September to December is
Socially a delightful Idling time , probably
the snoonlest season ot all tac year , la which
engagements and weddings are heard of the
most. As will bo scon from tbat which fol
lows the past week has been crowded wllb
weddings and next week promises to
bo Just as brilliant with gaily
decked brides and happy grooms.
There was some entertaining , but tbo beau
tiful uutumnul weather seems lo have had
an oncrvuticg effect upon thn swells of iho
Eocinl world , lor they were quilo lee content ,
to talk about iho weddings tr.at are an
nounced und hpeculalo who next will follow
in the lontsti'ps of Allss Yost and Air. Offutl ,
whoso migtigumoul announced last week la
till the subject of pleasant congratulation.
The sociul event of this weak will bo Iho
tcarrlago of Alns ) Gruco West Porino and
Mr. I'urdce , which will laKe place Tuesday
evening at the family rtnidonco on Dodge
street , whilu for thu week luter is tno long
anticipated wedding of Aliss Yost und Air.
William Wviimn , wuich will bo solemnised
nl Trinity cathedral.
As for iho lllrtiitions nnd heart
burnings of Iho summer days they ore sup-
uosod to bo over aud society is now Indulg
ing in relrr.sDcclIon and is rolling iho gos
sipy morsels picked up in thu months that
Society stands witb reluctant icot at the
parting of the wayn , but within the month
tbo fashionables will bo sending out sweet
scented Invitations aud again will wo bo in
tuo wlm. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A 1'i'otty Wedding.
Ono or iho prettiest weddings of the
season tool : place at tbo baautlful homo of
Mr. ana Airs. William UamUli,8' > 0 Park ave
nue , on Thursday evening. The wodulng ot
Miss Miu-L'uorlte G , Easson and Air. Robert
Kalian , uotb of tuU city , bus been looked
forward to with much Interest by thu many
irloads of both parties. Uov. John Gordon ,
D.D. , pastor of the Westminster Presby
terian church , nulled In marrlatio this happy
couple , who start in life with prosperity ,
sunshine and happiness.
The rooms were tastefully decorated with
parluuds ot cream roses , smllax , aud ferns ,
tailing the nuttiro of the occasion was Joyous
In the extreme. Promptly ulUp. tiii tno
croud , mellow tones of Memlelssobn'a wed
ding march , played by Air , Warren Swltzlrr ,
sounded , ur.d the bridal party , entering Iroin
tbo main entrance , proceeded to thu couth
bay window of I bo second parlor , where ,
under a llorul urcb , the nuptial Unot was tied ,
MUs fiosRia Rumlall led Iho procession , bearIng -
Ing the wedding ring on u stulitot tuberoses ,
followed by Mr. C , C. I3dsson ( brother of tbo
brldo ) with Mrs , William Uacoull on his arm.
Than came thu groom aud Ills bust man. Air.
A. B. Buchanan. Nmruu order Air. William
Itandall with the brldo leaning on his arm ,
followed by Allss Doris Kiniioy , tbe maid of
houor , wulHlnu' alone. Tbo ceremony wus
vorytinprcKslvo. The soft , subdued strains
of sweet , dreamy musio sounding like harps
farawav In tuedlstanco. guvo udivinecharm
to the whole beautiful pluture.
The brldo la tbo younjre.it daughter of Air.
James Kusson , Blulrsowrlo , Scotland , and
bus inoile homo Ufa very pleasant for her
only brother for the last four aad a half years
r in tbls cltv. Her aweot disposition and \\in-
some itmn'ner have gained lor her hundreds
uf friends both in tbls aud otter cities
and ibov took great pleasure on
tbls occasion In doing her the
honor Uo o Justly deserves. She was bo-
comlugly dressed In u traveling costume of
light tun oroudclotu trimmeU with cream
repc-ao-chuuo , uud carried In tier hand a
K-Mjuct of c.r * JM roses witb lilies of tbo val-
Ladies' ' Kid Gloves
A seasonable number at
a specially low price.
100 dozen five hook dressed ana
seven hook Sucuo Jouvin gloves ,
genuine French kid and the best
lilting and wearing glove made
anywhere. You cannot afford to
miss this opportunity , as our stock
is now , fresh from the factory ,
our list of shades is unbroken ,
while the price is "lc a pair loss
than we liti'.o over sold this ninlto
llemoinber the price ,
$1.29 a Pair.
Ladies' White Vests 37c :
.lei-soy fitting , nil sixes , regular
.lOc quality , tomorrow ! > 7jc ; draw
ers to in-null , ! l"jc.
Ladies' ' Colored Vests
Dtitwci-rt sumo price , all sixes.
' This price good for Monday only.
NATI UAL Wool.
Vests , Pants an.i . Drawers
full range of sizes a bargain. ,
Si/.e i6-inches , 150 a garment.
Sixe i8-inchcs , 200 a garment.
Size 2o-inches , 250 a garment.
Sixe 22-inches , 300 a garment.
Size 2.-inches | , 350 a garment.
Each larger bi'to rising , 5c extra
We have just received our com
plete stocks of Ladies1 and Chil
dren's Black and Natural Wool
Combination Suits and Tighta.
Hotter qualities : it lower prices
than you can find elsewhere.
Send for Our New Winter Catalogue.
ley. The groom is the popular manager of
the Huon douarcmcr.t In "N. 13. lilconcr's l
drv goods store , and 13 highly respected by n
wide circle of friondj for his many sterling
After congratulations the guests adjourned
to the dining room , where a substantial
lunch was served. The ; irosonts were num
erous and elegant , a proud testimony to the
life and worth of thejhappy pair. The brides
maid of honor and llowar girl were recipients -
cipionts of hnmlsomo gifts from the brides-
groom. Amid the usual showers of
rice , etc. , Mr. und Mrs. Kaffan , loft
on a "Wedding tour to the east ,
and will bo at , homo to their
friends after November 1 Ht iWJ Halt How
ard street , their coiy little homo for the
The following were the guests Invited :
Uov. Dr. und Mrs. Cordon , Mr. and Mrs. J.
It. Hondnx , Mr. nnd Mrs. N. B. Falconer ,
Miss Leach , Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Dunbar , Now I
York ctv ; Mrs. Nolllo Guild , Mr. and Mrs.
U. A. Wilt-ox , Mr. and Mrs. Misoner ,
Miss Miscnor. Miss I. M. Street , Mr.
and Mrs. Olmsload , Mr. A. S. Hu-
chanan , Miss Doris Klnncy , Mr. and
Mi's. Thomson and MUs Li//.lo Thomson ,
Wilbor , Nob. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Taluor , Air.
andAIi-b. S. A. llunloon , Hon. Warden and
Mrs. Swltxlor , Air. and Mrs. II McClelland.
Mrs. Baldwin , Air. Davis , Air. .lopp , Air. and
Airs. C. A. Wricht , Atchison , Kan. ; Mr. ana
Airs. Thomas Alarsland and AlUs Uerlrnda
Alar.lnnd. . Lincoln , Nob. ; Air. and Mrs. Will
Troman , Axtoll. Kan. ; Allss WassScr.inton ,
Pa. : MUs and Allss Alice Knorao , Miss
Nclllo nnd Allss Flossio Kandull , Air. and
Airs , Katokhi , Allss Untokiu , Air. and Airs ,
Nlckolls , Hastings ; Air. James 13. Kilbio ,
Masters Albert E. and Willie Randall and
AU- . and Airs. William Kandali.
An Ohio \ \ vdiling.
tbo Cluclutiati Commercial-Uuzotto
of Thursday tlm following account of the
Hllls-Timmonds wedding is taken , In which
Omaha people bavo n very nloasuui Interest ,
for Air. Frank W. Hills Is ono of our lo.idlng
' 'ii , Hocially and from a business standpoint ,
bis railroad ability and education plac
ing him high in the ranks of railway direc
tors. The wedding occurred at Portsmouth ,
O. , und tnls Is what the Ga/.elta says : "Tho
largest wedding known to Portsmouth his
tory occurred today at high noon fitthoolo-
gant suburban residence of the late Al S ,
Timmonds. The contracting tmrllos were
AIUs Alary V. Timmouiis and Mr , F. W.
Hills , assistant auditor of the Union Pactlla
railway at Omaha , Neb. The emulating
clergyman was Kov , J , H , GimliR-r of Mt.
Vernon Avoiuio Alotbodlst ICplseopal church ,
Columbus. Tlio oroQiu of tins city's society
was present , us well us a largo number from
a distance. Among the prominent ones from
abroad wore : Colonel A. ,1 , P.itton und wlfo ,
Mr. nnd Airs. Charles Traev , Airs. Url fpiey
and daughter , Elizabeth ; Airs , Alury Syler.
Airs. Charles \ \ heeler uud Url Tracy , Jr. , of
Columbus ; Mr. and Airs. H. F. Ilcmlou , Airs.
Howard Norton und Miss Mary Campbell ,
] renton ; Dr. Ed S. Rickets , Air. and Airs.
F. L. DeCami ) and Air. John Clark , Cincin
nati. Mrs. R. C. Aluddouk rondurod Iho
wedding murch , uccomnanicil hy Itot-co , the
well known Italian hurulst of Clnolnnuti.
Tlio wedding partv was led by Sum Tlin-
mondF , brother of the brldo , and Miss Multla
Peebles. Mss | Elliio Amberg carried ' .bo
brlao's bouiiuot , und AIUs ucanotto Tim-
mends , sisier ot the bride , ofllciuted as maid
of honor. The bridesmaids were Allss Flora
Fluid of London , Hue , , and Miss Eliza
beth Tracy of Columbus. Tbo bride was
dressed in cicaiu silk faille , decorated m
lace and diamonds. After the fcromouy a
breakfast was served , and shortly after that
Air , and Airs. Hills took their departure ever
tbo Chouspeulio & Ohio for Cincinnati. From
tuerotliey go east , vUltlng Now York , Bos
ton and other largo cities. On their rot urn
they will atop bore ono week , uud tuou go to
Ouiuha , Iholr future homo.
Last Monday evonlng n very ooautlful and
Improsslvo woddluceremony was porformcd
by Canon Whimursb , asiUtod by Rev , Mr.
Clark of Trinity cathedral , at tbo residence
of Mr. Thomat Aloldrum , IM'J Nortb Tivonty-
llrsi street , tbo occasiou boiag the uiarriago
ot their dauehtor , Margarel , to Air. Henry
W. Flit , formerly of Limerick , Ireland , newel
The house was beautifully decorated with
ferns and cut llowors. Tim hour ap
pointed wet 8 o'clock aad promptly
Elegant assortment of men's
teck and four-in-hand Tics ,
regular 500 silks and satins ,
Men's ' Night Shirts 50c
The best robe for the money
in .the city of Omaha. You
will find our shirt to he of bet
ter , muslin , better trimming
and better finished , while \vu
can give you all sixes from
to 18 inches.
Our New York buyer sends
us a lot of fancy bordered
Handkerchiefs , an unusually
attractive lot , 'while the price
we quote is very much under
value. On sale tomorrow , 6
Men's Sods' 25c pair
Coloied and made of real
Mace yarn. We have them in
all sizes from 9 to 1 1. To
morrow we sell them at 25c a
pair. They are very desirable ,
and at this price very , very
Dr. .IncgcrV medium weight Under
wear and Nipht Robes , full range of
sizes at exactly tmuiufiicturor'tt list
prices.Vo are solo agents for Omaha.
Mfn's Night Shirts 98c
For ono week wo offer oO dozen men's
Night Shirts , heavy Dwight Anchor
muslin , trimmed and stitched with silk ,
cmbroidorcd _ front , extra length and
line pearl buttons.
You cannot duplicate this shirt any
where at S'Jc. '
Morse Ury Goods Co.
at that tiiuo tbe weddlnp party
entered the parlor to the strains of "Lohun-
grin , " played by Mrs. Cotton , and took their
pliic s unaer a luarriiiso boll of white roius.
The brine was attended , bv Miss Mabel
Uhenoy , the best man being" Mr. Alex H.
Flndloy. A numerous company of invited
guests had assembled to witness the
muri'lago and when the coremouy
was concluded the brldo and bridegroom
were the recipients of sincere congratulations ,
Mrs. Cotton meanwhile playing n wedding
inarch. ' .
The bnJc , who is a petite mid charming
young ladv , u member of Trinity church
choir , wore a dainty costume of wbito Cnlnu
silk trimmed with white Jaco cut on train ;
she carried Marcchacl Neil roses. The bride-
maid , Mls $ Mabel Cbonoy , wore a girlish cos
tume of blue and white ; her bouquet was of
pinl ; roses.
Mr. Flit is a trusted omoloyo of James
Morton & Son , with whom ho has been for
several years. The young people received
nany beautiful and valuable presents , mclud-
ng china , silverware , articles of brie a brae ,
furniture , pioturos , etc. They will be at hotno
after November 1 , atS.13'J IJocatur street.
Among tbo guests present were : Air. and
Mrs. Adams , Mr. and Mrs. Slund , Mr. and
Mrs. J. Foster , Mr. and A.ra. Chapman , Mr.
and Mrs. Orloy , Mr. and Mrs. UoFranco.Mr.
inu Mrs , . LytliMr. . and Mrs. William
Fleming , Mr. and Mrs. D.ivld Knox , Mr.
and Mrs. A. Knox , Mr. and Mrs. Ulssom ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Fitch , Mrs. Cotton , Mr.
and Mrs. 13. Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. W. HOD-
ertsoti , Mrs. W. It. Malhia , Mrs. Armstrong ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilaskell , Miss Inez Haskoll ,
Mr. and MM. Thomas Falconer. Mr * . Me-
Pborson , Mrs. Kerrigan , Miss ( Jrac.o Good-
let , the Misses U'igman , Mr. C. K. Emerv ,
Mr. James Morton , Mr. C. W. Morton , M'r.
James Morton , Jr. . Mrs. J. T. Wlthrow , Miss
Anna Withrow. Miss Carney. Miss Lucas ,
Mr. David Uuldwlii , Mr. S. D. Uasad , Mr.
Alex Flndloy , Mis < Frances Bennett , Miss
Ida Withrow. Mr. and Mrs. Richelieu , /Mrs.
M. Fleming , Mr. und Mrs. William Fleming ,
Mr. Uuorgc Fleming , Miss Camilla Olson ,
Mr. Alfred Olcscn , Mr. James iiowio , Mr. L.
11. Pclgnt , Mr. and Mn. J. H , Kobmsou aud
Itrccptioii to Mr. mid Jli
Ono of the pluasantost events in the social
Ufa of tboso who direct tuo schools of Oirahu ,
the teacuers and their friends , wa * the pub-
llo reception given to Mr. and Mrs. Ucnry
M. Jamas Thursday evonlng at the Paxton.
The wulcomo exteiidod tu our ox-supenn-
tondciit of schools must have shown him
Una notwithstanding a year's absence abroad
ho was mill dear to the hearts of hundreds
who have como within the radius
of bis kindly tiaturo. The parlors wcro
thronged throughout tbo overling by tbo ,
representatives of Omaha's intellectual life ,
with hero and theru inun and women from
IhoHOcml world to add luitro to tbo occasion.
Dr. ui.d Mrs. turyeu , Dr , Millar , Miss'
Ilrlqrgs , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kouiiody ,
Prol. and Mrs. Cilllesplo , Dr. aud Mrs.
Sp < tuldmg and Mr. and Mrs. Kilpalrluli as
sisted In receiving the KUOSU , white ttio Su >
torlous Spanish students mingled low uwoet
btralns with the cheery hum of conversation
nud greeting , aud refreshments were served
in the cafe. Among tboso who formed tbo as
sembly of congratulating friends were Dr.
und Mrs. Dt-nlse , Mrs. Meredith , Miss Col
lier , Mr , und Mrs. Urulgh , Mr. and Mrs. PC-
rlno , Mr , mid Mrs. Ltuvitt Durubam , Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. L. Qiobon , Prof , and Mrs.
Ilomor Lowle , Kev. and Mrs. Mann , Dr.
aud MM. OitTord , Mr. and Mrs. E.
Kosewaier , Mr , and Mrs. Llnlngor ,
Mrs. Allen , Mrs. White , Mrs.
Melklc , Mr. and Mrs. John Evaas , Sunorlo-
toiiilont and Airs. Frank Fltzpatrlclc , Mr ,
aad Mrs. Uharlton , Mr. und Mrs. North rup ,
Dr. and MUs Hruuer , JudifO und Mrs. Koy-
ser , Mr. Mclntoib , Dr. und Mrs. Somors ,
Mr. aud Mrs. FroJ McCoauoll , Dr. and Mrs.
Lwoioy , Mr , and Mrs. Nattlnger , Mr. and
Mrs. Coutunt , Mr. und Mrs , Tukoy , Mr. and
Mw. Bradley , Dr. ana Mrs , Swartzlaader ,
Mrs. Johannes. Dr. , Mrs. and Miss Crutn-
mur , Dr. and Mrs. Van GIOSDII , Mri. Lsmon ,
Dr. und Mrs. Mllroy , Mw. Cobb , Dr.
und Mrs. Tawnc , Mr , and Mrs.
liradloy , Miss Fitch , Misses Me-
Choanp , Mr . MoAustaiid , Miss Powell ,
Mlic ( Joss , MBS | Johnson , Miss ( Jarrett ,
MUs Hogan , Miss HuttnnUcr , Mhs Hum-
ohrey , Mlsi Parrott , Miss Neodliaui , Miss
Powell. MUa McConnell , MUs Alexander ,
MUs Trulund , Miss lirlggs , MUses Allen ,
Mlssos McDonald , Miss Ituod. MUs Toblt ,
Miss La Hue , Mlsi Hickox , Miss Evaus ,
BOYS' ' CLOTHING. -
Long Pantl Suits
An enormous lot , matte
of the finest all wool fabrics
SCOTCH \fuKD ? .
To simplify the sale we have
made three separate lots.
PRICES MORBthan CUT IN TWO
Lot i , $11,00 Suits now $5.00
Lot 2 , $15.00 Suits now $6.00
Lot 3 , $18.00 Suits now $7.00
Our boys' and children's clothIng -
Ing is unsurpassed In style , work
manship and durability. Particu
lar care Is exorcised In the fcoloc-
tloii iiml manufacture of all our
Ladies' ' H'dkerchiefs ' lOc
100 dozen white hemstitched nnd
corded handkerchiefs worth 20c.
These nro an odd lot and sent us
by our > few York buyer and are
just half m-icc.
Wo olTor another lot hemstitch
ed , embroidered , corded and
tucked , an endless variety ; bought
for spot cash , wo are enabled to
offer these U5c handkerchiefs at
Quilted Table Pads
54x72 inches , $1.75 each.
54x90 inches , $2.15 each.
55x108 inches , $2.75 each.
Linen Buck' Towels 19c
100 dozen , 22x42 inches , heavy
bleached hc'hislitishcd ' buck towels ,
our regular 2oc quality.
Damask Tpfels 25c
Very boavy knotted fringe ,
colored border extra value , worth
Send for Our New Fall Cataogue.
Miss Fair , Miss Uedfleld , Allss Hamilton ,
Aliss Novlus , Miss WvkofT , Aliss Hughes ,
Miss Edmunds , Miss Hanna , Mis Lewis ,
Misses Doyle , Miss Johnston , Miss Lazcar ,
Miss Pratt , Miss Duval , Miss Moore , Miss
Kennedy , Misses Bullerflcld , Mr. and Mrs.
Purmalne , Mr. Day , Mr. Sholos , Mr. Hussev ,
Mr. Williamson , Mr. Alfred Kennedy , Mr.
Howard , ( Jolonol Chase , Mr. Goss , Dr. Koso-
Married u PruKiilunt' ! ! Daughter.
The marriage of Miss Edith Forbes Perkins -
kins , second daughter of President C. K.
Poridns of the Uurllngton system , and Mr.
Edward C. ( Cunningham of Milton , Mass. ,
was cclohratod at tbo old homestead "Apple
Trees" in Burlington , la. , on Wednesday.
The bridal party stood in the bav window
at the east end of uuo ot the spacious par
lors , tbo window being banlied with palms
and ferns , the arch above festooned with
pink nud white cosmos anil the remainder ot
the house profusely decorated with the wild
autumn flowers ana the old fashioned garden
favorites asters , mangolds , dahlias nnd
others , arranged with simple yet tasteful
The bride's young loveliness of tuo brunette
tvpo was sweetly sot off by Lor simple gown
of white satin trimmed with mousolino do
soiu. She wore a tulle veil edged with real
lauo nnd a bouquet of oningo blossoms at her
corsage. She was unattended by bridcs-
Ono of the pleasant features of this coun
try wedding was the presence of u largo
number of those who had , at one time or an
other , held positions of trust in tbo house
hold or had experienced its bounty.
The groom and his friends were quartered
prior to the wedding in tbo "Pickup house , "
a cosy little cottagoiidjacont to the "Applo
Trees , " newly and completely fumblicd
with everything , ovou to tno smallest detail ,
that could conduce to the comfort and con
venience of a company of gentlemen.
The roomy porticos along tbo front of tlio
house wore adorned with a prolusion of tno
pink ana whlto cosmos which formed the
urldal arch within the doom. As the wed
ding guests approached the mansion tboy
must bavo boon reminded of the Hue ? wblcb
BO litly uojcnbo thU seat of hospitality ;
"Two friendly locust trees
Stand cu rd beside the oUI trout gate that
A wuli-oino to the touch of every hand. "
And certainly the cordial reception given
each guest bore out tbo hontiment so sweutly
This brldo and groom took thiir dopartnro
at half past 0 last evening for Denver nnd
the west. Tlioy will'Ve.Mao ' at Milton , Mass. ,
to which plnco ihoy wilt'roturu ' in the course
of ihroo or four wooUs" . ' f
Alni-rloil sWiTof Mara.
Oao of the pretty wc'dUniK * of iho week
was that of Miss Flora'Ytuntoi , ) , daughter ot
Colonel oud MM. T. 11. Stanton , to Llouton-
ont Frank d. Kalk of the Fifth foot ,
Wednesday eveningTjirTho residence of the
brldo , ooriiur Park avj njoand Mason strool.
The house wni ombowocad in ro os anil au-
tumnul llowors , wllb"6iailax to udd a tcndor
groou to the decorations ! Tbo coro.uonr was
performed In the northwest drawing room ,
n Moral honoaUoo bolriftlsuapundcd above tbo
UcadH of tbo contracting parlies , tatlsmantc
of the happy dtxvs In stqra for the hrulo and
groom. Miss Staulpnv\yas attended by u Ht-
tlo maid uf honor , wlrtlc-.Mr. Kalk had his
brother to assist in seeing the ceremony was
properly performed. Tbo brldo presented a
sweet picture in her gown of whlto silk
fulllo , with veil lusteuod at the tioad with u
garland of bloioms. A wodaing supper
followed the ceremony , and later tlso bride
and groom left for Leavonworth , the present
station of lieutenant ICalk.
Among tboic In nllondnnco at tbo wedding
were : Mr. nnd Mrs. Kalk , lather and
mother of tlm groom , MM. John llorbaoli ,
Mi-s. Captain HourUe , Mrvllliam Wai-
lat-o , Mrs. M. C' . MoUoU , Mr. IJaron W.
Hlloy , the Missus Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Uabcocltand Mr. and Mrs. Tolllferro.
rit'utaiitVuililliii : .
The wedding of Uov. U. It. Loadom ol
North Platte oad Miss Ella M. King ot
Doouc , Nob. , was solemnized at the home of
tbo bride's motlior , MM. E. 10 , King ,
Wednesday ovonlne , Octobers , at7 o'clouk.
Kov , J. B. IjOoJom oniclatiug. Abou'
twenty-five couples of relatives and Invited
Should bd used when you are buying
A peed selection always satisfies you.
A poor selection i $ a. wft&to of money.
Experienced Salosnionvoconsult with.
The finest assortment of patterns in
Omaha , unit
No Prices as Low as Ours ,
Carpet Room on I'outlh Moor.
Upholstery. Goods ,
3G-luch Dolled Swiss , our ilx- quality ,
now 122o a yard ,
oO'ltu-h Hotted Swiss , our Coc quality ,
now ! l7jc a yard.
60-ini'lt wide rich spray and llowor
brocaded ell'cctssatin finish , something
now and worth * H2o ,
Our Price $1.45.
Brass Beds ,
The balance of our stock at
It will pay joii . .o got our prices
Tomorrow wo will sell a special line
of Ladies' Oxford Shoos at
Worth $ 2.50.
Boy's Lace School Shoes.
This shoo is bcbl qinlily grain calf
and would bo cheap at $2. GO For a few
days wo will sell them at
$2.OO a Pair.
Sole agents for Butterick's
Patterns and Publications ,
Hall's Bastfmr Dress Forms
Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Un
derwear in light , medium and
heavy weights , suitable for all
tee Dry Goods Go
guests worn present to witness the cere-
nony , congratulate the happy couple nnd
xirtuko of tbo sumptuous wedding supper ,
iho briao and bridesmaid , Aliss Laura
Lecdom , were boautifullv dressed. The best
nan being Mr. Edwm King.
Iho newly married couple leave for North
ute Monday , the 10th inst. , where Uov.
Lcedom is pastor of the Alotbodist circuit
cliurcc. They received many useful nnd
YOHIIJJ ' - ' .
Air. and Airs. W. G. Tcmplotoii , assisted
jy their sons. Frank and Arch , gave a dc-
Ightful party at their beautiful rosidouco
ut Fortieth and Cuming strcots Thursday
evening in honor of their niece , Miss Tipton
of Olonwood , Ju. , aud tbo Allsscs Stafford ot
About fifty young pconlo were present nnd
all had a thoroughly good timo. High flvo
was tbo main feature of attraction. Itomnn
. ) unch was served during the progress ot tbo
game by Allss Florence Temulntoa , a notito
maiden of 10 summer. ? , At a later hour the
guests wcro ushered into the dining room ,
where a superb suppoi- was served by Alra.
I'omnlotou , assisted bv Airs. L. F. Weeks.
1'ho invited guests were : Aliases Barker ,
I''roc ' , Hartmun , Sollars. Lcighton ,
[ 'lora Lelghton , Johns , AlcShane ,
House , Gibbon , Doughty. Alosssrs.
kindly , Smith , Burgess , Hess , Shaller , Day ,
IConper , Wilber , Christian , D-t7 ! , Alorccr ,
Spooner , Droxcl , Thomas and Hrown. Mr.
nnd Airs. Irving Baxter. Air. und Airs. A. P.
IVopIo In Town.
Airs. W. .T , Broateh has been III.
Dr. J. T , Khulcr loft for the cast yester
Mr. aud Airs. John Westphuling are nt the
Aladlson. * *
Colonel Bonbam and. son , Fll/bugb , are at
Airs. Phil Warrick is visiting Airs. Lowls
at the Aladlson.
Dr. and Mrs. S. D. Alorcor have cone to
Now York city.
Mr. und Airs. Stuart Shears returned from
Air. anil Airs. Charles Frico ha-'o taken
rooms ut ttio Dollono.
Airs. Beall loft for Wyoming Friday to
vlnit her eldest son.
Judge and Mrs. JColly luvo taken apart
ments nt the Brunswick.
Air. and Airs. Hurt and family of Cincin
nati are at the AladUon.
Allss Alargarot Ilamun is visiting Allss
Lynnc Curtis at the Madison ,
Airs. O. N. Davenport returned Friday
trom a visit ut Storm Lake , la.
Airs. C. F. Barnard Is spending a few
weeks , with relatives in Chicago.
Air. Will McMillan Is spending a few days
with l.ls mother ut the AludUoi , .
Alr.s , James AlcKonna returned from tier
eastern trip the llrst of the v/ook.
Air. Pardco of Buffalo , Aliss Perlno's
Ilaiico , arrived In Omutiu last cvoning ,
Airs. Charles Talum leaves Sunuuy ulght
for u visit of several months In the oast.
Dr. and Airs. Summers and Miss Carrlo
Summers will bo at tbo Paxton this winter.
Air. Waller Miner of Dakota Is visiting
bis parents , Air. and Airs , I , W. Albior , at
Airs. Dr. Lee and Mrs. Lovl Carter have
been In Chicago the past week. They returned -
Allss Lowu , MUs Wllholmlna Lowe and
AIUs Pauline Lown will spend tbo wlutor In
southern California ,
Mi'sa Bt bo Alooro of Davenport la. Is
visiting her sister , Miss Maulu Alooro , .MU
North Nineteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. John ICIofor of Hastings are
the cucsls of Air , and Mrs. Charles Webster ,
filrt North Sixteenth street.
Air , C. W. Hamilton Is slowly recovering
from a severe fall from thu porcb of his resi
dence some two weeks since.
Dr. H. W. Shrivor loft last night for bis
old home at Cambridge. O. , to attend tbo
golden wedulag of bin parents.
Alls Porafrot of Nashville , Tenn , , arrived
Suits $9.98. $
Motulity we plnco on snlo CO Lntlioa'
Street Suits , inntlo of fine nil wool
fabrics In desirable similes. Tlioso suits
nro nil tills season's styles nnd soil
usunlly nl $15.00.
Wo bought till the innnufnuturar Imd
on lianil at n big rciluatlon , to clean his
stock , hence the very low price , $0.08 n
Ladies' ' Jackets $10.00 $ ,
Navy luul black wool cheviot , natural
penrl buttons , perfect lilting , latest
btylo of buck , all sizes , 02 to14 , ami
only $10.00 a
Ladies' ' Jackets $10.00. $
Made of line black cheviot , coat bade ,
full nstriichan shawl oollur , satin fite-
Ing , all sl/.us , $10.00 each ,
Ladies' ' Jackets $12.00. $
Hlnck only , an extra fine cheviot
cloth , aslrachan trimmed , fur orna
ments , : . very vmpulnr garment and only
Ladies' ' Cheviot
Jackets $13,50 $ ,
Made of black fhoviot diagonal , ill
inches long , trimmed with oleotriquo
seal , full shawl collar , fur ornaments.
Price this week $1J.50.
The season's newest jjnrmont. Wo
rave them in tuns , navy and fancv mix
tures in great variety and at popular
prices. Wo invite an examination of
the-jo unique and novel stylos.
Another largo lot ot silk waists hnvo
just been put into slock , comprising
only the latest styles. Our now wuibls
consist of cashmeres , llannol and silk ,
in both black mid colors. Prices rantro
from $2.50 up to $17.50 oach.
Send for Our New Winter Catalogue ,
Tuesday and Is the puost of Miss Orchard ,
ono of whoso bridesmaidi sue will bo.
Mrs. .1. A. Monroe loft for Chicago
Wednesday , vvhcro sbo will moot nor father
and mother , who have Just returned from
The wcdditip : of Mr. M. O. uaxon and
Miss Myrla Ilanuon was solomni/oil at , Holy
Family church Wednesday iroruluc nt U
Mrs. Frank Colloy and h r sister , MUs
UcssloVIUoo , leave for WnshitiBton the
llrst of this week to visit Mr. Uoiloy's
Iho mnrriago is announced for Tuesdav ,
Octooer II. of cx-CoiiL-ressinan John A. . Mc-
Shuno of Omaha to Miss Kale Loncrgan of
Mr. Alfred Kennedy returned Thursday
from a month's trip in the east , his first va
cation Rinco ho Decamo a business man and a
The Independent Order B'nai Il'rlth will
pivo n concert and ball Thursday evening at
Metropolitan hull , Twenty-second and liar-
Mr. nud Mrs.V. . Ktlsrm of Moquokotn ,
la. , wcro ( juchts of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Kay-
inond tliu past week.
ISir. and Mrs. U. Frank Roynoids bavo
issued invitations for a reception Tuesday
ovonlng at their homo In Florence. Dancing
after 11 o'clock.
Mrs. I'arkor , wlfo of Lieutenant Parker ,
stationed at Kan Francisco , was the Ktiest of
Colonel and Mrs. Sheridan on her way to
Washington to Join her tiushaud.
General Ilrooko , who has uuon visiting in
1'lnladolphla , returned homo yesterday. Ho
will attnud Iho World's Inir dedication oxer-
ciscs with his stall next ucok.
Miss Chai'lotto Knthcrlno liontinm loft for
Konosbii , Wis. , to attend Kompcr hall. She
WHS accompanied by her mother nnd younger
brother , who go to Cleveland , O.
iMary Uoijors , the infant twin daughter of
Illcliurd R. HIM ! Lavinii Klmball , illcd ut the
rcsldtncu of Thomas L. ICImbuH Wcdnobday.
The funeral took plnco Thursday.
Miss Dlancho McICenmi , who Is now the
Kuost of Lloutcnuul. nnd Mrs. Trultt at Fort
Porter , Buffalo , IS' . V. , is expected homo tbo
last of this week.
Mrs. K. C. McBhano and daughter leave
today for Culcago lo attend too wcddiiiK of
John A. MoShano and Miss Lonorgan , wtilch
will take place on Tuesday ,
Tur. Harry \Vbito , ex-mayor of Seattle ,
was the guest of Mr. O , ll. Wheeler , jr. , for
a ( lav this v/ru'lc , Ho Is an old friend of .Mr.
Wheeler and at ono tlmo a rcbldent of Ne
Mr. and Mrs. William liayurd Moililo
liavo removed from All North Twenty-
second to'114 Cass street , whuro Ihuywlll
remain until thu comntallou of their tww
houbo December 1 , ut Klghtn and \VorthluK-
ton.Tho oneaKOtnont is announcoU ot Mr.
Charles Offutt , nrominont ninonc the moin-
bers of the Omaha bar , and Miss Uiirtha
Vest , dnufihtcrof Mr. uud Mrs. C. K. Yost.
Thu weudloK it is understood \vlll take place
Mr. and Mrs. Henry bwart of Marlnetto ,
\VI . , are the Ruosts of Mr. Swurl's Hlstorn ,
Mrs. John Darker and Mrs. Churchill Par
ker. A ftor spending " few weeks In Omuba
Uuty will malto an extended trip through the
tho'west and soutl ) ,
The Apollo club dcslros the announcement
mud i ) that persons desiring to avail thorn-
elves of tlckots for the comlni ; Benson had
bt-st Bccuro thorn at once as tbo list is fast
tlllluc up til d only a limited number can bo
bold owlii to thu' capacity of the theater to
accommodate all who might dcslro to attend ,
Tbo marriage of Miss draco Perlno and
Mr , ParUoo will bosolomnlzod at 7'K : ) o'clock
Tuesday evening ot tbo rosidcnro of the
brido'a purontt , Mr. und Mrs. P. L. Porino ,
UodKQStront ( , A wedding rocoptiou will
follow tbo ceremony , tUu bndti and groom
ludvlog Iho iamo night for Culcago und the
About thirty of the young frlondi of Miss
Uaura Kopald tended her u delightful ur-
pnso last Thursday uvunlag at ber resilience
at tbo European hotel. Vocal and Inatrn-
menial music , dunoiag and rofroshmunts
nerved to make thouvonlng ono looif to ba
remembured by those fortunuto oaoueb to bo
Unity club of tbo Unitarian churcb , whose
MILLINERY DEPT ,
THIRD FLOOR ,
Wednesday anil Thursday
Grand Display of Latest Styles In
Frcncli anil English Pattern Hats and
You nro cordially invited to attend
the winter opouinir ol our millinery do *
parlmont on Wednesday and Thursday
of tills weok. The millinery novelties
this season nro more handsome than
over , bountiful shape ? , harmonious of-
foots and the prices within the rdixch
In justice to yourself wo ask you to
examine our nttruotivo hues before pur
Misses' ' Jackets.
Mailo of fancy btrlped cheviots , coat
back , roofer front and perfect lltting.
Style one $3.50 each.
Style two $5.OO each.
Style three $7.50 each
Ladies1 Cloaks ,
New Fresh Garments.
No old styles to suluct from ,
Our stock will interest you.
Our prices will please you.
See our fur trimmed Jackets.
Ncarty every kind of fur
represented in our magnificent
Ladies' ' Umbrellas $1.50 $
26- inch Gloria silk , paragon
frames , oxydixcd handles ,
ebony handles , good quality
and very cheap at $1.50.
Ladis' : ' Umbrellas $2. $
26-inch paragon frameUnion
silk , rain proof , ivory tipped ,
ftirxe sticks , and only $2 for
Monday and Tuesday.
Morse Dry Goods Co.
Morse Dry Goods Co. I
literary studies last year attracted much at
tention , has begun Its season's work. The
work of the club is dlvldod among three sec
tions , a study of the reformation , a study of
art nnd u course of lectures and readings.
At the first mooting last evening Uov. Air.
Alunn delivered a lecture on "Victor Hugo
as a Pool. "
A pretty wedding was solemnized at St.
Peter's church , on LoavcuwottU. street ,
Wednesday morning at 10tO : : , tbo contract
ing parties uolng Aliss Knto Kostcrs and
Al > ' . E. J. Grfiono. After tbo ceremony a
wedding breakfast was served at the
residence of the bride's parents. Air. ana
Airs. Henry A. Kostors , 1217 South Twenty-
In honor of Aliss Jessie Uiclilnson Air.
Low Hill gave n big theater party Tuesday
evening to "A Trip to Africa. " The guest's
were : Mabol Brown , Louise Squires , Fred-
onca Wussolii , Emmu Sherwood , Lolla Carter -
tor , Helen Hoagland , Emma Crandoll , Alao
Alount , Jessie Dickinson , Unlph Council ,
Bert Morse , Uuo Hobble , George Purvis ,
Samuel Burns , Frank McCmic , Jim Wnllace ,
Jim Woshburn , Airs. Taumns Swobo , chap-
Air. Locke Richardson will rend from tlio
works of Tennyson next Tuesday evening
nt the Llnlngcr gallery , in vlow of the In
terest which the laureuto's death bus excited -
cited throughout the world. Air. Uiouard-
sou's reading of "Enoch Ardon" Is said to
be ono of his strongest efforts , and will un
doubtedly attract an uudlcnca in Ju'oping
with the genius who wrotn U , and thu In
telligent gentleman who will road it.
Air. Edward Hessolborg , a young pianist
who comes from Iho University of Aloscow.
will nlvo u piano recital at the Alotrnnolitan
club rooms Thursdav evening. Air. IIossol-
borg has thu highest testimonials n
u pianist of sterling worth uud his
nppuaranco on the concert stage In
this city will Inaugurate tbo soason'ij munl-
cal events with eclut. Air. Hessolberg , after
bis concert here , will go to Chicago , where
bo Is under engagement with Theodore
The marriage of Air. Paul Hudson , dra
matic editor of the Topeka ( Kan. ) Capital ,
and Aliss Gusslo Price , daughter of Airs.
Natbau Price , was solemn Uud Uodnesdur
ovuning at the residence of tlio brldo , Ui5
Ilnrnay stront , Uov. Dr , Duryoa olllolalin ? .
After tbo ceremony a rot-option was hold
and later Air. and Airs. Hudson loft for their
future homo In Topeka , Air. Hudson mnt
bis Urido while attending school and from u
chance meeting the wedding of Wednesday
was the outcome.
Dean Gardner , Canon Dohortv , Uov. John
Williams , Cunon Hewitt of Lincoln , Chin-
collor Woolworlh , Mr. O. Al. Carter , Air.
Charles 1C. Phclps of Sahuyler , Air. A C.
Stoweli of Cedar UupulK are In nttondinini
upon tlio triennial mooting of the iionaral
convention of the Protestant Episcopal
church , now in session at Baltlmoro. Airs.
J. Al. Woolworlh , Airs , 11. U. Uingwi.lt ,
president iind secretary of the Woman's
Auxllniry. and Airs. O Al. Carter are In at-
tondunco upon thesoiilont of that body held
In conjunction with the convention
Good Americans may got n hint or two for
the adornment of their own tables from this
account of a recent grand ducal dinner.
Tbo cloth was covered with pink rose petals
Btrown illicitly on It , and In the center was
a basket of largo soft , pink roses wltliloug
stems arranged as If growing out of the sur-
loundlng rose petiU. From this basket
trulls of pink roses fell between the guests to
the ground , Thnwlno bottles , which wcro
grouped on the tublo , wcrn entirely ilrapoil
In pink tulle , uoro covurud with graceful
trails and fringes of vlolots. nnd a spray of
pink rosebuds wai tlod on tbo nock of each
with blun ribbon. The Kleins of ttio
wlno glussoH worn enclicled by a wreath of
violets , and the larger glares decorated In
Iho tame manner with u wreath ot rosomuls.
In the uorvloHo of each lady was a lovely
Hiirav of La Frauod roxos , and in thoio ot
the gentlemen * buttonhole ot violet * ; wblla
before each guest lay H heart composed en
tirely of vloluu , suspended to a pale blue
ribbon to bo taken uway an n souvenir. Tun ,
menu was pale pin it , written in purple , crim
son and golJ Ink , the Grand dulto'b colors ,
ii ltd the name of each guest lay in front of
them Illuminated In gold on a real oek loaf , "
Tha Utopia bang. Allss Johnston , 311
South Sixteenth ktroot , Mmo. Hlckmau' ' *
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