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THIS OMAUA TA1LY ) HKK ; SUNDAY , HEPKMIWR 2' ) , 1802-SIXT1WN VAORS.
CHRISTMAS TO YOU
* I Social Entcrtalnmtnls Mark the Yule
JANCING SANTA CLAUS IN AND OUT
of HIP I'rlnrotiin Men litcltr 1'lrm-
imililr AiitlHimUmx-Artrrnr.itli of
Ilin Yont-OITuU MliUliR-OllnT
i\0lltfl : < ) f Illll'ITKt.
"WhenChrlMtimiinnrnliierotnoi. they say ,
\ Tlio wholi ! wnrhl knows I I'M Christinas day ;
, Tlio uvry call lo In iliu slnll *
1 Kneel nlu-n thn blessed midnight falls.
' And nil the nlalii the Menu-it * slilno
I. AVIth lus ltdofn llRlil. divine.
1 l.oni : ere the ilnwn tha rMlilren leap
1 AVIlh'Merry Clirlsl miti' In I heir sleep ;
i And ilrt'iitn nlxint Hiut'ln-MnHii tree ,
Or rl p , their stockings filled lo see.
Pwlft conn ) tlm hours of Joy nnd cheer ,
Of lovliif : friend nnd kindred dears
Ot Klfls and bountleH In Iheiilr.
SIMM ! by tlio 'Merrv ClirlstmiiH' prayer.
Vfhlle tlnmi.eh If nil , sd sweet nnil strong ,
I lu-niil tin ; holy micels' SOUR
' 11 lory lie in uoil nliovel
On enrtb In- peace and helpful love ! '
And on the MI vet , or hearts within ,
Society has been shopping the past seven
flays and has had no tlmo for frivolities out-
Bide tlio purchasing and making of gifts for
loved ones , a custom which thank heaven
grows moro nnd moro ns the years go by.
Christmas customs were for many years a
blending of pagan rites nnd Christian festi
vals with nn Imlcltnito period of tlmo set
nsldo for their observance and our first
pictures of the great holiday are framed In
oak and vines of the .ancient Druids. It is
Impossible to llnd the exact line where the
heathen practices end and the Christian
holiday begins or where the carol supple
mented the wassail bowl.
Probably there was moro given to merry
making in the old days when the lord of
misrule had his innings , but the fact re
mains that nil hearts grow u little softer us
they recall the Christmas of the bygone and
try lo bring some of tlio old time cheer into
the hearts of modern soroogcs if there bo
nny in these flit do sclcie days. However ,
Tiny Tim struck the keynote of the day , and
itJlmls echo in hearts through all Christen
dom upon this morning "God bless us
every one. "
The wedding of Miss Yost and Mr. Offutt
Thursday evening nt the First Presbyterian
church wus among the distinctive society
events of the season , in keeping with the
Yulctldc cheer which reigns. It was u pic
turesque wedding , rich In its simplicity , and
the bride never looked more radiant than on
this occasion. It is a pleasure to suy picas-
lint things of Miss Yost for she is deserving
of all the peed things that can bo said
Bright , Intelligent nnd withal pretty she
combines all the essentials of thu genuine
'guid wife" and will bring to Mr. Offutfs
household nil the graces of mind nnd person
that the most fastidious Benedict might
After the wedding a number of the friends
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Yost and the bride and green
made merry nt a wedding dinner at - theYost
residence , Twenty-third and Cuss. When
the bride ascended the stairway instead of
tin-owing the usual bouquet to the brides
maids she threw the sprig of mistletoe she
carried in her prayer book among the ushers
Mr. Nethertnn Hall being the fortunate
winner. Miss Mary Sherwood was nlso for
tunate in capturing Iho ring which was con
L'calcd in the wedding cnlso and If there is
any truth in the old legend she will be the
next to follow in the bride's footsteps.
There is a pleasant bit of romance con
nccted with this marriage which is said tc
have had its inception at the ranch of Colonc
Pratt , where Miss Yost and Mr. Offutt were
guests lust summer , at least Colonel am
Mrs. Pratt were guests at the wedding , am
that would seem to indicate that "there is
something In it. "
Monday evening Mr. Offutt entertained
his best man and the ushers at the Omaha
club , In addition to several other friends
who , could it have been possible , would also
have-been ushers on the occasion of his mar
riage. The guests were : Messrs. Thomas
of Middletown , Ky. , Judge Davis , Nethcrton
Hall , Uobert Patrick , Captain Crowder ,
Henry Wyman , Luther Drake , Colonel
Pratt , John Patrick- , Frank Hamilton , Mr.
Voss , Mr. Crofoot , Mr. Barlow.
The coining ot the 1'rWeton Glee club is
exciting pleasurable anticipations in the
swell world , and with Hoyd's theater deco
rated in orange and hktclxm Thursday even
ing , with everybody in full dress and the
ladles without lints , as is requested , the
Bceno promises to bo a brilliant one. Seats
will go on sale "Wednesday morning at U
o'clock , and the chart will bo absolutely
clean with the exception of the seats
that are to bo reserved for the
patronesses , it having been under
stood that this concession would bo made in
defense to tlioso who have kindly consented
to net in that capacity. In order that the
assembly may not bo greatly interfered with
it is announced Hint the performance will
begin promptly nt 8 o'clock , M > that by 10
thu college men may bo dancing to different
musicat the Millard. The west has not
been honored by a visit of the Princeton
collegians for many years , and it therefore
seems a duty of Omaha people to make it an
ovc'iit of importance that wo may bo honored
again by their presence.
Tlielr Flmt Untieing llii-ly.
The dancing party given by Union Pacific
i council No. 10GU , Hoyal Arcanum , Tuesday
evening at Metropolitan hall , was ono of the
pleasantcst affairs over given by this very
popular fraternal organization. A distin
guishing feature of these parties Is the real 1
sociability that obtains , everybody going 1j
in for a good timo. There were
twenty numbers on tiio dance pro
gram , the Musical Union orchestra
furnishing the music. At midnight n pleas
ing luncheon was served in thu dining room
of thu club.
The following were the guests present :
Mr. mid Mrs , A. J. Vlerllm , ' , Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Connor , Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sackett ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. O. lilioadcs , Mr. and Mrs ,
William Gyger , Mr. and Mrs. Jay Foster ,
Mr. and Mrs , O. 13. Black. Mr. and Mrs. C.
B , Geilney , Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Murphy , Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. C. Bougliman , Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. Kimbuii , Mr. and Mrs. 13. Buchlngliam ,
Mr. nnd Mis. U. S. Potter , Mr. and Mrs. F ,
lj. Gregory , Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Griswold.
Mr. anil Mis. .1.13 , Preston , Mr. and Mrs. ;
A. 13. Hutchmson , Mr. und Airs. C. A. Fowler
ler , Mr , and Mrs. II. It. Hopkins , Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Shields , Mr. and Mrs. C. D , Sut-
iiben , Mr. nnd Mrs , A. W. Scribner , Mr. and
Mrs C' , II , Grntton , Mr. and Mis , K. 13. Me-
Kelvy , Mr. and Mrs. 13. 13. Bryson , Mr. and
Mm If. J. Dinning , Mr. and Mrs.
"W. II. Murray , Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
KntJhsh , Mrs. I. W. Miner , Mrs.
Seavtsr. Misses Marie Mnyimrd , lint-
llo Wilkinson , Kittle Goodsell , Dolly
Bailey , ICmily Andrews , Mabel Cat-dwell ,
Ainics Livcsoy , Grace Ilnckunbury , Lena
Pickering , Dora Borglutn , Kiiinm Potter ,
Yuleta Ambrose , Pauline Ximmcrmnn. H. 1) .
Dunster , M. 13. Gllliland , Scnver , Wurklo ,
11. W. Henderson , Messrs. M. A. Hall , T.
Howard , Horace Helfricli , A. S. Borglum ,
Jtobcrt Potter. William M. Oilier , H. A.
.Sander , A , G. Potter , C. K. Hurioy , A. J ,
Van Kimm , T. P , Wilson , C. A. Fisher , J , G ,
Allen , G. U. Oyball , A. liast. G , 13. Minor ,
,1 , 1C. Simpson.
I'llnci'ton ( 'ulli-Ko flleo Club.
On Thursday evening , December 29 , the
Glee , Banjo and Mandolin clubs of Princeton
rollego will glvo a concert in tills city at
Boyd's new theater. The presence of these
gallant young easterners In the city will hi
nn event of unusual social Importance- locally
The boys will bo recipients of mimerou ;
social favors In every city they visit , whlcl
will include Louisville , IiidianaiK > lls , Chi
e-ugo , Milwaukee , St. Paul , Minneapolis
Cedar Knplds , Omaha , Kansas City , St
Louis iml ! Plttsburg , This will bo the llrs
trip the Princeton boys have undertake !
Binco IfeS'J. They will travel during the en
tire tiIp. like modern Croesus In a spcciti
train composed of tie ) private car of Mrs. T
Harrison Garrett of Philadelphia , the pri
viito car of Mr , 1-ord of the Baltimore < S
Ohio railroad , und another Pullman and i
special baucago car and engine. Tim bag
; a o t-ar has been so arranged that cucl
ir.an has a chance to get at his buggauoai
any time on the trip. The cutira train 1 :
ilrupeil iu orange aud black burning and I ;
running on nn entirely Independent Hehcdutp
The leaders of the different clulm hnvo
succeeded In preparing nn unusually attrac
tive program. The l/iuhvlllo concert oc
curred on Wednesday , December 31 , the. con
cert nt Indlannpolls on the 2id ! nnd the ono
in Chicago at Central Music hall on Friday ,
December S4. Wlillo the boys are In Chlcngo
Mrs. Armour will glvo them an elaborate re
ception nt her magnificent homo on the I.ifcp
Front ilrlvo. The concert in Plttsburg will-
be given nt the Carnegie. Music hall.
Among the favorite numbers arranged are ,
"The Caprice , " by the banlo club ; u pot-
ponrrl from "llobln Hood" by the tnndolln
club , and nn entirely now number , called
"Tho Creole's l vo Sons , " which Is ren
dered by the three clubs together. Fifty-
four men will make the trip , the largest
any American college over sent out on a
I'lrty Year * Wnltlrd.
Thursday evening , December IB , 1S02 , Mr ,
nnd Mrs. Alexander Gibson celebrated their
golden wedding nnnivcrs.iry , nt their home
on Corning street , Red Oak. la. Tlieoccasion
was ono that comes to but few married poo-
pie , and was , therefore , excedlngly fitting
that they should honor the event witti their
children nnd near relatives. Fifty
years ago , December li > , ISl'i ,
Mr , and Mrs. Gibsin were marI ! I I
ried In Guernsey county , Ohio , The long life i
since then has been one of alternating sun
shine and shadows , but Iho former has predominated -
dominated , and the worthy couple llnd much
torejolco over at this their fiftieth anniver
Tap enjoyment of the occasion was all the
greater because of the fact that of the six
children born to Mr. and Mrs. Gibson , all
ni-e living , and all were present about the
family board. They nro Mrs.'It. M. Ulack
of Hurllngton Junction , Mo. ; K. W. Gibson
of Omaha , Keb. ; Mrs. A. Thomas. Mrs. G.
U. Logan , Mrs. J. II. Warren and O. J. Gib
son of I ted Oak , la. The youngest of tlio
family is at years old. Twenty-four grand
children and one great-grandchild completed
the limnedlato family circle.
In addition to these named were present a
number of friends and near relatives : Mr.
and Mrs. Alec H'lnkin from Tarkio , Mo. ;
Mrs. Kobcrt Gibson of Red O.ik. la. , who was
present attholrmarriage ; Airs. II. 13. Deciner
Air , Ivory Gibson of Ked Oak ; Aliss Ktti :
Aliskimins of Chariton , In. , formerly of
Omaha ; Air. Judd Gibson of Omaha , Neb. ;
Air. and Airs. S. H. Hamvay of Dallfis , Tex. ;
Air. and Airs. Joseph Pine , Galesburg , III. ;
Air. and Airs. U. W. Gcrlaw of Gerlaw , 111. ;
Air. and Airs. John Franco of Gerlaw , 111. ;
Air. and Airs. Harrison Franco of Alonmouth ,
111. , Air. nnd Airs. C. H. Hough of Hod Oalt ,
la. ; Air. and Airs. John Douglas of Prairie
City , 111 , ; Airs. J. W. Stewart , Hod Oak ;
Aliss Frances Stewart.
The venerable bride and groom were the
recipients of a large number of choice and
valuable presents from llieir children ami
friends , which were appropriately presented
by Elder William AlcCiilloch of Ueil Oak , la.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson have journeyed long on
life's pathway , the former being TH years of
ago and Iho latter TO. Good health still at
tends them , and if the wishes of their hosts
of friends shall bo rcali/ed. many years of
usefulness and happiness will still bo theirs.
Yule Thin Dancr.
Air. and Airs. Euclid Martin gave a beauti
ful Yule tide dance last evening at their resi
lience , ; ! 00ti Howard street , in honor of their
children , Alona and Gcorgo. Holly and mis
tletoe were hung everywhere , with palms
and ferns to glvo a background of green , and
the Union orchestra behind a portiere of
( lowers played glad Christmas music. The
little folks were happy as happy could be ,
especially when BalduiT capped the climax
with delicious refreshments.
1 Those invited were : Khenn Jensen , Hcrtha
Sloan , Mary Town , Carrie Alerccr , Lou Hob-
bio , Sue Hamilton , Alary Johnson , Florence
Kilpatrick , Gertrude ICountzc , Grace Leon
ard , Ora Howe. Harriet Marsh , Selmo Hell-
man. Alnrjorio Moutmorcney , Ella Raymond ,
Emily Ilanrll , Bcssio Duuiont , Jennie Pin-
dor , Emma Sherwood , Anna Shlverick ,
Manco Taylor , Grace Taylor , Alay Tiffany ,
Alary Phelps , Ella Plielps , Hcssie Towlo ,
Ethel Tukoy , Blanche Alillcr , Ruby Wright ,
Ncllio French , Janet Rogers. Sarah Ala-
comber , Carrie Mercer , Lilian Moore ,
Blanche Parker , Edith Preston , Alice An-
drccsen , Birdie Balbnch , Alary Barker , Jo
sephine Bell , Bessie Bowlby , Birdie Branch ,
AInbcl Brown , Hattlo Cady , Leila Carter ,
Grace ChristianDarle.no Coo , LueilleCusliing ,
Jessie Dickinson , Alice Drake , Louie Drake.
Gcorgo Easson , Fred Armstrong. Alfred
Barker , Fitzhugh Bcnham , Sam Burns ,
Russell Bnrt , Arthur Carter , Carroll Carter ,
Walter Chapman , Ward Sh.irp. Alicbael
Clarkson , Joe Halter , Robert Town , Charley
Sherwood , Asa Shlverick , Joe Sunnier ,
Chester Sunnier , Edwin Swobe , Dwita
Swobc , Harry Tukoy , James Wallace , George
West , Uussell Wilbur. William Rogers ,
Charles Montgomery , Gray Aiimtgoinci-y ,
Fred Vanhorn , Frank Vanhorn. Rightcr
Wood , Dicty , Felix Hughes. Nat Mansfield ,
Harry Evans. Allen Hopkins , Millard Hop
kins , Gordon Clark , Cury Clark.
Tlio ladies of the Idlewild Social club gave
n very pleasant leap year party at Idlewild
hall Tuesday evening. At midnight very
delicious refreshments were served. Miss
Minnie Walker was particularly successful
in directing Uio nfYiilr , while Miss Nellie
Askwlth and Miss Florencn Hodgcrs as the
reception committee nnd Miss Viccio Walker
and Miss Cloris Baldwin as the floor commit
tee added not a little to the pleasure of the
evening by intelligent efforts to make every
body feel at homo.
There were present Misses Fannie Deyoo ,
Minnlo Walker , Addio Dohcrty , Besslo
Latey , Cloris Baldwin , Viccio Walker , Maud
Duncan , Lou Taylor , Winnie Parmotcr. Nel-
llo Askwitli , Hattie Chesbi-o , Allio Hart- '
grove , I3va Giles , Grace Cleveland , Clara
Cleveland , Lillian Wilcox. Kate Brantner ,
Jennie Flanagan , Agnes Wilson , Liz/.io Wil
son , Lillie Brcnton , Carrie Buzzoll ,
Mary Buzzell. Florence Hodgcrs , Lil
lian Ponder , Grace Light , ICato
Clark , Kate Peters , Anna Burns ,
Messrs. Baldwin , Hlshcl , Harry Manvllle. F.
Underwood , L. Sparrow. Guy Hooper , Her
man Muentifering , Bert Miner , S. Deyoo ,
Alfred I.-itey , Garrett Coleman , Byron
ICuhns , Frank Garrett , King Deninan ,
Gcorgo Sauslm , .Inhn ICnstman , John Page ,
S. Trent. J , Diigdalo , Grant Cleveland , Tom
Cleveland , Leo Hanilln , Howard Brantner ,
Will Brenton , James Flanagan , John Scball ,
Will Wober. J. Whltehoad , FrankBlanchard ,
13dwln Walker , Charles Squires , J. Crad-
doelf. Will Clark , T. Dutton , 13. GottenHur
Kventx lor l > -eml > er.
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. O , M. Car
ter glvo a card party for Mr. and Mrs. Newt.
Barkalow and Mr. Carroll Carter. On the
same evening Miss Doano will have some
parlor theatricals probably followed by a
dance. While Miss Bertha Sloan on the
name evening will give u large dancing party
in honor of her guests.
On Tuesday evening Mr , and Mrs , O , M.
Carter will invite tlio younger sot to play
cards in honor of Miss Leila Carter , Mr.
Arthur Carter and Mr , Can-oil Carter , Miss
Doano will also glvo the second of her series
of private theatricals , while tlio college men
will banquet nt the Hotel Mercer.
December''d Mr , and Mrs. Kirkendall will
glvo a dancing party for Miss Ada Klrken-
dull fromtint ! ! 117 , while Miss Slaughter on
the same evening will entertain nt cards in
honor of her friend Miss Marshall. Dr. nnd
Mrs. Dohcrty will glvo n Christmas party
for their daughter in the evening ,
Thursday will bo crowded with , fashion-
nbloovents. The Princeton Glee club will
glvo their concert at Boyd's , later going tc
thu assembly at the Millard. which promises
to bo the brilliant event of the year. Mr ,
and Mrs. J , N. II. Patrick will entertain the
visiting Princeton lioys from 'J until 5 al
Happy Hollow , For .Misses Louie und Alice
Drake , Mr , and Mi's. L. J. Drake announce a
Friday will not bo without Interest. In the
afturnoon Mr , and Mrs , Li. J , Drake give s
dunclng party for their younger children
Lauren ard Josephine Drake ,
Mrs. Samuel Burns , hi keeping with a cus
torn she has long followed , and a custon
which should bo more largely obs erved , wll
give reception on Monday afternoon , Jan
uary'- , from a until 0. und In the ovcnini >
from 0 until 10. It will be for Miss Burns
Miss Jcsslo Lozicr and Mrs. Osgood T. 13ust
Untertitluril at 11 lull Tiro.
The Walnut Mill High Five club was vorj
pleasantly entertained Tuesday evening b ;
Air , and Airs. Eugene Montgomery.
The members present were Mr. and Airs
H. B. Coryoll , Air. and Mrs. Dr. Balloy , Mr
aim Mrs. Jucox , Mr. aud Mra. Baxter , Alt
nnd Mrs. B. M. Webster , Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd-
wln Perfect , Air. ami Aim. Taylor , Mr. and
Airs. Arthur English. Air. nnd Airs. N. Per
kins , Air. nnd Airs. II. C. Itrotnc , Mrs. H. I ) .
Neeloy , Airs. ( J. AI. Walker , Airs. L. . F.
Weeks , Aliss Allen Bronie. Airs. Fltzpntrlek ,
Mrs. Shcpard nnd Air. Allies.
I'rlics were awarded to Aliss Alice Brome
and Airs. Jacox.
"Nntimnii , thn
On last Alomlay evening1 the Alotropolltnn
li.iU was the scene ot a most delightful enter
tainment , the occasion being the present
ation of the four-act historical drama ,
"Nnnman. thoSvrlnn. " by the pupils of the
Post Confirmation class of Congregation of
Israel Sabbath school.
The cast of characters were ns follows ;
Nnnman. the Syrian . Harry Knipiislpln
Jornm , Klmrnt Isniot . .Jinx Memtt
> r01 raCl f . U-ouard Kolin
1 scrvn"t of KIWltt
Phinc.io , Ofllcorof Israel's Army .
Tryphosln , Ife of Nnatnna _ llelle Uolilstult II
ItclH'Cra , n widow . lpna Kehfeld
Anna , daughter of llchercii . I'linhlc Myers
.lo/eltcl , mother of Jorum . llcrlbn Ntnvnmn
Splilt of Pi-earns . l.oiilstt Heller
l'lr l ( 'npllve . i.ouln Miller
Second rniitivu . lcs-"l ( ' l.olmmii
Soldlur. . . Juki * Uotholdlcl
Itarcly Indeed do amnteuis carry their
parts ns well at did these young people , not
one of whom is much above in years of age.
After the entertainment all the children
of the Sabbath school were led down to the
dining hall , where tables extending the
length of the immense hall were gro.ining
under their burden of good things. The 1M )
children win ) were in attendance enjoyed
this feast to their heart's content.
Al the completion of the banquet dancing
began and continued until the early hours of
morning. The affair was a brilliant success.
The even lug's entertainment was under the
personal supervision of Riibbi Leo Al. l' > .uik-
iiii. who was rendered invaluable assistance
hi the ircparation ; ami execution of the entire -
tire program by Aliss Ilattlo AI. Oberfelder
and Ali-s. Arthur D. Brandies.
In honor of Miss .Teanetto Marshall of
Stoiio Lake , la. , Mrs. O. N , Davenport gave
a very pretty high live party Friday evening
at the residence of her parents , Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Weller , 210-J Wlrt street. The
house was very handsomely decorated with
holly , mistletoe mid Christmas greens. The
prizes were won by Miss Inez Haskell , who
received u basket of candled strawberries ,
and Mr , George Nason , a gentleman's card
After the games pleasant refreshments
were served and were enjoyed by
the following : Misses Slaughter , Grace
Hudson. May Willis , Pearl Ilnrtman ,
Mlnnah Hawke , Inez Hnskcll , Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Hudson , Mr. and Mrs. M. Merrick ,
Mr. and Miss Johnson , Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hector , the
Misses Fnwcett. Mr. and Mrs. Mason D.iven-
port , Mr. and Mrs. I-1. Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs.
S. Hulett , Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hughes , Mr.
and Mrs. Clmrk-s Fowler , Mr. and Mrs. F.
Gllmore , Elk Point , S. D. , Mr. and Mrs. W.
Wheeler of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Cope
land , Messrs. C. C. Hulett. J , 13. Barstow ,
William. Andrews , George Nason , W. Gam
ble , MoOlelland , Faweott , D.ivc Mercer ,
Harry Miller , Will Clark , Palmatlur , Mr.
.Small Function' * .
Mr. and Mrs. Austin ICninin , H009 Franklin
street , entertained a few friends'Tuesday
evening in honor of Miss Eltniiiu MuMillln of
Pittshurg , Pa. , who was their guest. Those
present were Miss Matthews , Miss Wilson ,
Rev. Paul Matthews. Mr. Overbook , Mr.
Aegedins. Miss McMtllin left on Wednes
day for Denver , where she expects to spent :
Homo Tor thu
Ilalph Hicliardson came homo from Exeter
Will Cowin , son of General J. C. Cowin , is
Mr. H. Leltoy Crummor arrived home
Wednesday from Ann Arbor.
Mr. Paul Ludington has returned frou
Princeton college for the Yule tide.
Jay Boyit is homo from school to bo will
his parents , Governor ami Mrs. Boyd.
Mr. Augustus Kountzo , accompanied by
his sister , Miss Gertrude ICount/.e , urrlvet
Mr. Carroll Carter returned Friday fron
Harvard college , and Mr. Arthur Carter
from St. Paul's school , Concord , N. II.
Bert Kaymond , Mao Morrison , Dan Tay
lor , Charles and Gray Montgomery , Kussell
Biirt , Lee Van Camp , and Masters Hultz ,
Kountziiinn and Willis have returned to
their homes from Faribault. Minn. , for the
About IVoplt ; .
Mr. Howcll left Friday for Dos Moines.
Mr. II. 1C. Smith went to Chicago on Tues
Mrs. Lyman Hicliardson is quite ill at the
Lieutenant Quay went to Warhington on
Mrs. N. 13. Barkalow is the guest of Mrs.
O. M. Carter.
Mrs. N. II. Tuniiicliff has gene to Osage ,
N. Y. , to spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. LS. . Mole nro happy over
the birth of a daughter Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Kusbcll Harrison and daughter Mar
tha nro expected in Omaha by the now year.
Miss Boss , a former Vassal- college mate ,
is the guest of Miss Kountzo for the holi
Miss Blanche Van Kuran of the city
schools , will visit Chicago during the holi
Miss Nora Gibson , who has boon the guest
of Miss Boycu , returned Tuesiiny to her homo
In Chirks , Neb.
Miss Gertrude Hutpers Hiagwalt will visit
relatives in Plttsburg , Pa. , during tlio
Mr. Henry Brown and daughter , Miss
Stella Brown , have gene lo Houston , Tox. ,
for tlio winter months ,
Mr. and Mrs. Weller returned from Salt t
Lake on Tuesday , Mr. Weller's health being
.much benefited by thu trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mclntiro left on Friday
for Chicago lo .spend Christmas with their
sister , Mrs , lloger J. Mullen.
Mr. and Mrs , Joy Morton and family of t
Chicago arrived yesterday to spend Iho holi
days with Judge nnd Mrs. Laku.
On Tuesday evening the Tuesday Night
club was entertained by the Misses Bnuman
at their homo on Sherman avenue ,
Mrs. O. T. Eastman and her cousin , Miss
Jessie lazier of Now York , arrived yesterday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns ,
Mrs , C. W. Seldell and daughter , Susie M. ,
and son Clarence of Storm Lake , la. , are
spending the holidays with II. 13 , Cole.
Miss Odallo E/.emnck corresjiondent of
the New Orleans Democratic Itovlow , better
known as "Wandering Dell , " is in the city.
Colonel and Mrs. H. C. dowry of Chicago
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Esta-
brook , und will remain until after the holi
Mrs. Hutli Pulsipher and son of Middle-
town , Ivy. , were the guests of Mr. Charles
Offutt last week , attendant upon this wed
Mr. Clando Thomas of MIddlotown , Ky. ,
who came to attend the Yoat-Olfutt wedding
us best man for Mr , Ollutt , returned home
Miss Kstolla Thorpe of D.ivid City , Nob- ,
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Clamson , T.Kff Georgia avcnuo , returned
homo Thursday ,
Mr. David Campbell and wlfo of Lincoln
cama up last Thursday afternoon to attend
the Yost wedding. Mr. Campbell Is clerk of
the district court.
STho Octagon Social club have decided to
lange their leap year masquerade dancing
party to a social dancing party , Friday
evening , December 30.
- The Minuet club held another of their en-
loyablo socials Wednesday evening at their
hull , Seventeenth and Farmim , almost the
- entire membership being present.
g Mr. Harry Kott loft Thursday on a busi
ness trip to Chicago. Incidentally ho ran up
to Milwaukee , but It Is not known whuthci
this side trip meant business or not.
Miss Ktiicl Mills of Des Moiiu's who vis
ited Mrs. W. T. Wyman last -winter Is ex-
pooled hero on the 37th of December to spend
u week with Miss Curtis at tlio Mudison.
. Miss Bessie M. Saunders of Maryvlllo
Mo. , returned homo Friday evening after n
. visit of some weeks with her cousin , Mrs. G ,
, N. Ambrose , at the Morrlam. A goodl }
ntimberof young folks\vTTThi\volinenplcn
with her noiuntntnneo during her Omnha
visit escorted her lo tlietrnln ,
Mlds Ncllio H.ium went to Philadelphia
last week to spend thu.1 holidays with her
sisters In school there.M'hey ' will bo the
guests nt Christmas c/f'Hon. / Henry Ulng-
ham. ' ! < >
Mrs. and Mrs. H. I . Wanness of Detroit ,
Mich. , are the guests of iMr. nnd Mrs. C. 13.
Yost , Mrs. Jenness beltiKi a sister of Mrs.
Yost. They en mo to , / > , ! end Miss Yost's
wedding. , , .
Manager M. C. Pelers' f the Omaha Bag
company was presented. with three hand
some upholstered chalrtj nnd A. H. Allen ,
assistant manager , was blvcn a gold IKMI and.
pencil by the employes Of the company.
Mr. C. B. Schmidt , formerly connected
with I3ijutaulo ! ft l-ombrml Trust Co. , In
this city , now representing a syndicate of
German capitalists nt Borllu , arrived yes
terday and will spend Christinas with his
dauirhter , Mrs. Gco. B. Tzschuck.
Miss May Banner has returned from college -
lego nt Orinnell. la. , nnd is entertaining her
school friend. Mlsfl Oraco Harrison , at her
homo 'J.VJI Caldwcll street. Miss Bonner is
the daughter of Mr , G. C. Bonner , of the
headquarters force of the department of the
Mrs. Txiuls Bradford entertained tlio whist
cluh on Saturday ovcnlinr. Tlioso who en
joyed her hospitality were : Mr. and Mrs.
Charles IXmel , Mr. nnd Mrs. Kinirwalt. Mr.
and Mrs. Clement Chase , Mr. and Mrs. War-
ivu Kogers , Miss Doerlng , Miss Hull , and
U. II. Wheeler. Jr.
The Omaha "Whist club , which plays whist
every other week and keeps score by the
year , has elected the following ofllccrs for
1V.K1 : Mr. W. U. Melltlo , president ; Dr. W.
O.Bridges , vice-president ; Mr. W. t. Hawks ,
secretary , The club moots next Wednesday
at Mr. Frank .1. llurkle.v's.
The nmrrlnge of Mr. Arthur J. Hhodcs and
Miss Ncllio Carlin Is announced to take place
Wednesday evening , December ! i8 , at the
residence of the bndo's pirents. 1(110 ( North
l lghtccnth street. Mr. Blinded is connected
with the linn of Gatch .t I iuman , and Is
one of the best known men on the road.
The Frenzer Whist club was entertained
nn Wednesday evening by Messrs. Humphrey
and Horton. Hoses , pink nnd red , were tlm
favors for the guests , long-stemmed ones for
the ladies , bouionnturcs for the gentlemen.
The refreshments were delicious , and toward
the eloso ot the evening a merry dance
brought relief from the severe strain at
On Tuesday aftcinoon Miss Nelson , who
is tlie guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Itogers ,
mot with rather n severe accident while out
sleighing. One of the runners oC the sleigh
caught in the cable slot and threw the occu
pants out , llio horses running away. Miss
Nelson was the only one injured , receiving
an ugly , but not very serious , scalp wound.
Miss Nelson left on Thursday for her homo
In lOvansvillo , Ind ,
Of the many pleasant affairs of Christmas
eve , none was more pleasant or moro thor
oughly enjoyed than the domino party given
by Prof. Chamber's dancing class at his hall.
Seventeenth anil Funiain. A program of
eighteen dances was thoroughly enjoyed by
about forty couples of merry young people.
A domino is supposed to bo a rather plain I
costume , but many were tlio pretty varia
tions seen at this party , and many were the
regrets expressed whcti , the last dance was
SKKXS .1 flUCCKSS.
To t Kim of the irnrnpyi.'l'calc Tin Mill Snt-
Iqttictnry no Far.
Diuowoon , S. D. , DcCi 2-1. [ Special to
Tin : Bun. ] Since November 14 the big millet
ot the Harney Peak Tin Mining company
has been pounding awaj. . ' Oh the stanniferous
ores of that region , and very soon the fruits
of the lirst systematic ? energetic effort to
give to the American market tin of abso
lutely homo production will bo made known
to the public. So fur not enough is known
outside oC tlio management of the mill to
base an accurate estimate upon further
than to sny in a general way that the ex
pectations of this company have apparently
been realized. Thcj inill > lias a capacity
at present of 'J50 ( pus per day , and
is so equipped that it may Do arranged to
run double that amount , but for the present ,
which is more a test run than anything else ,
the mill is only being worked nt half its
capacity. The great ore bins of the mill are
full of rock , availing reduction , nnd the
mines are so far developed as lo furnish , if
necessary , the full supply of ore needed to
run the mill at its utmost.
Tlio mill building , which is located on a ,
hillside , is lOLfeet by 12S feet in dimension ,
with an average height of forty feet , but the
vertical height from the point where
the ore goes in at the top of the mill to
where the concentrates arc taken out at the
foot of the hill is 1'JO ' feet.
The mill is furnished with two 80-horse-
powcr boilers and is run by u tandem Corliss
cntrino , supplied with nn enormous wheel
thirty-six inches wide and fourteen feet in
diameter , weighing nine tons. The ere
house , with a capacity of 000 tons , is built
beneath a spur of the Burlington Missouri
Hivcr railroad , which connects the live prin
cipal mines of the company with the mill ami
rims on a level with the top of the mill at tlio
highest point up the hill. The ore is trans
ported from here to the ere bin , constructed
by the side of the mill about " 00 feetdistant ,
by meant of an ordinary ere car , and is not
touched again by human hands until the
concentrates are taltcn out nt the foot
of the hill , being automatically convoyed
from the crushers to the Hunt-
inpton mills , Cornish rolls , jigs ,
and concentrating tables in proper order.
All the machinery is of latest design and
invention , and the plant Is undoubtedly tlio
most improved and best equipped tin concen
trating plant over erected. Some of this
machinery must yet bo experimented with
to prove its service in concentration , and a
number of changes and improvements may
bo found necessary before milling of the tin
ere of Hartley Peak district proves an as
Operation of the mill upon ere from the
Gertio mine has been suspended for an in-
dclinito pcrbd owing to the fact that the tin
crystals obtained from this ere are too line
to bo saved by the jigs at present In nso in
the mill. The mill is now running on ere
from the Cowboy mine , which ere contains
the coarsest tin crystals found in tlio
entire Harney Peak region. Tlio company
is as yet undetermined as to what methods
and machinery will bo required to separate
the finer tin crystals found in Hie ore from
the Gertio proxu'ty. ]
In the main , however , the plant is accom-
pllshim ; expectations , ami tlio results of its
operation thus far have been promising and
satisfactory. The company will separately
test ere from each of Its tlvo properties moro
largely developed the Gertie , Cowboy.
Coats , Tenderfoot or Japanzy Group and
Addle and then expects to gain a knowledge
of tlio average value of the tin rock of tlio
entire district , boforil 'communclug opera
tions on the ore unassorted.
Superintendent ChMriti states that the
company will conime yj , shipping concen
trates of the mill east f r.i'ollning , about the
beginnlngof the now year. The company as
yet has no plant for smelting the concentrates
and for a time tlio rcilnlrig will bo done cast.
It lias not yet been decided whether the con
centrates will bo shipped to Aurora , 111 , ,
Omaha or Jersey City J'or.treatinent.
The placing ot machinery in the now gold
mill ot the Keystone Mining company , whoso
property is located abotft twelve miles from
Hill City , will bo commenced early in Jan
Kut from u Kliuinqml Standpoint.
"I do not recouimcndfCJlKinibcrlaln's ' Cough
Hcmexly from a financial standpoint , for wo
have others In stock.oq which wo make a
larger profit , " says Al JMajrglnl , a paomlnont
druggist of BraddoclfJ L'n , , "but because
many of our customers li'avo spoken of it in
tlio highest praise. We sell more of it than
any similar preparation wo have In the
store. " For sale by druggists.
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NEW YOUK , Bee 10. [ Special toTitr. Br.R. ]
I understand thtit Marlon Crawford lias
been Induced to lengthen his stay In Amer
ica , anil It is now qutto probable that \vo
will have the novelist with us during the
spring and possibly a larger part'of next
summer. When Mr. Crawford first talked
of coming over , It was his intention to glvo
but two era thrco readings. Hut' the
American public- has seen so little of the
novelist that a demand came In for readings ,
which soon lengthened out the "two or
three readings , " to twenty or thirty. It Is
not unlikely now that Mr. Crawford will bo
one of the Chautauqua lecturers next sum
mer , If ho can so arrange his plans asto
stay In America.
That Marion Crawford has created a most
pleasant impression there is no doubt. As a
reader he is moat attractive , and his person
ality dr.iws many toward him. Ills manners
aroexceedingly affable , and ho is particularly
winning in the coed graces of the women ,
who arc charmed with his politeness and con-
slder.Uo ways. The author -/oroaster" is
being entertained on every hand , and in New
York mnl Hoston lie has had difllenltv 111 ac
cepting the Invitations of hospitality ex
tended to him. Yet. amidst it nil , ho is never
too busy lo turn astdo and pnixHiliously an
swer every letter and telegram that cornea to
Kiiillili Author * In
It Is generally believed by well-posted
English literary people that Swinburne
would have been honored with an Immediate
succession to tlio English poet laureateship
if it were not for the extreme politics of
which at one time ho was Iho apostle. In
Swinburne's recent years his political heat
has , of course , been stcail Uy cooling , nnd
the characteristic attitude of English
authors at the present moment toward party
politics Is amiably Laodicean. There are li
fe w exceptions , the most conspicuous proba ,
bly being Mr. Swinburne's fellow poet-
William Morris , whoso socialism , is as n g
grcsslvo as ever. Mr. Lewis Morris has been
an unsuccessful liberal candidate , nnd Is
popular with Welsh libeiyils. MissMnthilde
Blind is n staunch liberal and a
member ot the Women's Liberal federation ,
while Miss Jean Ingelow holds conservative
views. Jerome 1C. Jerome is a memberof the
Junior Coustilulional cluh , and n short limo
since took the trouble to nttcnd the Mnrylc-
liono registration court in order to support
Iho claim to a vote which the conservative
agent inado on his behalf. As every reader
of her books will know , "Edna Lyall" is ar
dently attached to tlio liberal cause , which
she helps with both time and money at East
bourne , her place of residence. George
Meredith lias always been a staunch liberal ,
and is a member of the National Liberal
club , where he sometimes stays on his flying
visits lo London , while his friend ,
"Grant Allen , " is , of course , a pronounced
socialist. It is curious to notice , by tlio way ,
how steadily socialism is spreading among
such members of the literary and artistic
professions ns interest , themselves in public
affairs at all. Hldcr HnggniH , on the other
hand , Is as conservative as most Suffolk
squires , and at thu general election last
summer gave some help to the conservative
candidates in that county. But the attitude
of English' novelists generally is well ex
pressed by Walter Bcsunt , who , in his
weekly contribution to a tyndlcate of news
papers , is never tired at exclaiming : "A
plauguo on both your houses. " Tothis ob
jurgation , even Robert Buchanan , admirer
though ho once was of Mr. Gladstone ,
would , I fancy , now give a hearty 'Amen. "
ICugenc Tli'ld'H KIdest OnilRhler.
Eugene Field makes the name of his eldest
daughter , Mary French Field , familiar to
the reading public by copyrighting Ills latest
book , "With Trumpet and Drum , " in her
name , and all the royalties from tlio book
will go to her. The Scrllmors do not know
ISugcno Field in the matter at all , save as
author of the clover little book ; all remit
tances arc made to the daughter. This
daughter is the Chicago poet's eldest child.
To her friends she is scared ; known by her
own name , her father having nicknamed her
"Trottie , " and by Ibis nome du guerre she is
known by everybody. Miss Field is
generally her father's traveling com
panion wherever ho goes , and ho is as fond
of her as she is proud of him. Miss Field is
a girl of 10 , with a pair of sharp , penetrating
eyes that see everything. Like many west
ern girls , she is tall , and has a freshness nnd
originality about her that charms nnd de
lights everybody who comes In contact with
her. She is still a schoolgirl. Her familiar
ity with her father's work is thorough. I
remember when , in tlio poet's Chicago homo ,
ono evening , ho agreed to recite a iwem of
his own , written many years before. In ono
place he found himself perfectly at sea for a
line , but "Trottio" quickly threw her father
the "cue1 and ho com pleted the poem until
Wlien Viitfl Sides With Author.
Many stories have been circulated con
cerning the repeated declinations of manu
scripts that proved enormous successes
when thc'V ultimately found n publisher
nil of them showing how fallible the most
experienced "readers" may bo in Judging
of tlio possibilities of success. But there is
another phase of this subject which has
rarely been touched on. It is not generally
known that the acceptance of some now
famous books was originally decided by the
merest chance occurrence a whim of the
"publisher's reader , " nnd sometimes the
publisher's opposition to his "reader's"
whims. 1 know a publisher who once said
laughingly that he made ono of his biggest
successes with a book which lie published
because of his "reader's" bitter opposition
to it. "I published it simply out of spite , "
ho laughed. "I half believed H was
Jealous of it bcca-uso it was something like a
boolc of his. "
Two incidents occur to mo Just In this con
nection. Ono relates to a poet whoso name
is now on almost everybody's lips , His lirst
poem was sent , some years back , to a maga
zine , the editor of which was u crabbed dys
peptic. His assistant nnd "reader" came to
htm ono morning with the poem , which he
had just finished reading.
"Thero is some genuine poetry by a now
pout , " ho said , with enthusiasm. "What do
you think wo had better do with it ? "
The managing editor barely glanced .at it.
"Does tlio writer send postage for return ? "
lie asked ,
"No , " was the answer.
"Then throw It in tlio waste basket , " said
the editor , gruffly. His assistant was so an
noyed that he folded up thu poem , tossed it
impatiently into tlio basket , and left tlio
The next day the editor came to him and
apollglzed. "After you had gone , " ho said ,
" 1 fished the thing out nnd read it. 1 think it
is well , 1 think wo hud hotter print it ut
once. " And so the loot's career begun.
Another manuscript many years ngo was
read by a publisher , who handed it to his
right-hand man , with the request that ho
pass Judgment on It. "I rather like It , "
bald the publisher. "Toll mo what you
thinlr. " The next day thu man came in and
gave tlio manuscript a contemptuous toss the
length of the publisher's dusk. "A weak
imitation of Chesterfield , with Chesterfield's
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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WEEK BEGINM MB AY , DEC.
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Gi-irUSTM AS MA.TINE1E.
A GRAND SPECIAL MATINEE MONDAY , AT 2 P. M.
JJi'oiiJiKJ'rYoo.s \\'lll 7'i-cM'olJ.
wit , " ho said , in a sweeping manner. Tlio
publisher's spirit was up , his mind settled n
once. The other's tone had docidrd him.
lie determined to rely on his own judgment
of the hook. "Well , I'm Koing to publish it , "
was all ho said , mill the hook was forthwith
put in hand. That book was Dr. Holland's
"Timothy Titcomli Letters. "
A spirit of curious enterprise is seizing the
English and continental publishers , and no
periodical is scarcely considered complete
which does not glvo away something in the
shape of prizes , Thus , one paper otters "a
novel by Charles Diukcns nnd n pair of
shoes ; " another paper , called "Matrimonial
Hits , " very appropriately offers a copy of
"How to Bo Happy , Ulioiigh Man-led. " A
Dublin publisher holds outa real linen
handkerchief to every new lady subscriber. "
"New lady" is peed ! A German editor , hav
ing an agricultural paper on his hands ,
which doesn't seem to progress , offers u
y-months-old pitf to the first subscriber after
a given date. Talk about American enter
When Eugene Field read from his writ
ings in Philadelphia , I-ottlo Collins was
playing an engagement at the theater where
the Chicago poet gave his afternoon reading.
Ho was allowed to use Miss Collins * dress
ing-room , and in critically examining tlio
famous dancer's parapliiinalla , lie saw stuck
on a pin-cushion lour liirgo diamond ( ? )
shawl pins. Just as lie was examining one
of the pins , ho was told it was time for him
to "go on. " Mechanically sticking Iho pin
of head-light hlzo into his lapel , ho went
' on. " To say that the stojio "dazzled , " is to
put it very mildly.
"Uy Jove , " said a man In the seat directly
In front of me , "diamonds must bo plentiful
inCliicago , vhen Kiigcno Field can wcarouo
of that si/.o in the lapel of his coat ! "
I understand that the novel which CJeorgo
Parsons I > nthrop was to write in collabora
tion with Thomas A. Edison will not be pub
lished at least , not for a timo. When Kdl-
sou lirst gave ills thoughts to the hook tlio
idea pleased him Immensely , and it was u
sort of recreation to him. Hut the Inventive
turn of his mind soon mastered the literary
tendency , the inventor's ardor over the book
cooled considerably , and Mr. l/.ithrop Ilnils
himself with a quantity of "electrical ma
terial" on his hands.
Hubert Louis Stevenson's ' -David Hal-
four , " the sequel to "Kidnaped , " which is
now running serially in a syndicate of news
papers , will bo issued in book form In Feb
\Vo are promised , in a few weeks , n now
work on the German poet , Heinricli Heine ,
called "Heine. Intimately Known , " and con-
slstlng of Itil ) of his letters , hitherto unpub
lished. and covnrlng a period of thirty-six
years ; that is to say from his : JOth year to
his death , In ISWi. it Is edited by his nephew ,
Howu Ixiuis do Emdcn , whoso mother , the
poet's sister , still survives-iit the advanced
ago of W , KDWABII W. UOK.
Constipation cured Uy DoWitt's Early
I'llod n MortKHK" f'1 SSIJ.OOO.OOO ,
MKMi'ius , Tenn. , Dec. 24. The mortgage
of the Illinois Central Hallroad company to
the United States Trust company of Now
York to secure ta.'iHX.000 ( ) of 1 per cent gold
bonds , maturing In 1033 , was Hied with tlio
county register today.
If you have piles DoWitt's Witch Hazel
salve will surely cure you.
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Beginning with Mat. Today , ( Sunday )
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Mr. llonrvV.ltoimolly , Mr , ICilwiml Olrard.
Mr. Oliim. I1. Jerome , Mr. ArtlniiItlxhy ,
Mr. ( ins lluiincssy. Mr. tiuKur Mlilulcy.
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MUs h'alo II. Allun. MlH-i I'uiinlu Hurl.
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bulcuny f > Uii und " ' -
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Friday and Saturday , December 30 and 31
L'ndorllio innnaxoinent of W. I ) . LOUDOU ,
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Friday EvonlngandSaturdoy Mat.
Hiivon'sOroat Illmorloal 1'lay ,
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Saturday Evening ,
RiuUuiiiimro'B UrllHunt Comedy.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Haluu/soati opou * Thursday.
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