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TTITC OMAHA DAILY KEE : SUNDAY , AUGUST 20 , 18.)3 ) SL\TKEN PAGES.
SCffilERDOIXGS IX SWELLDOM
fcvants of the Past Week WhioU Find a
Place on the Social Page.
WntntprV JfiiYol l.iiliflipnii I'rosro- ,
lvff T .i Cnllowril Halloing Mnrrlnieoi
if lm li l I'nw l y More-
incut * Ami Wirroiiliimt .
So lar tlna summer the Omaha girl has
faithfully followed the fashion * of her
brother , She wears the -out and fonr-ln
iiand with easy grace , and It should bo re
corded to her ovorlastlng credit that she is
Icarn'tig to tie the latter with some skill.
Her brother has evened matters by wear-
Jug her broad-brlmnipd sailor hat and by
appearing in the most brilliantly colored
> hlrts. Thu gentlemanly girl will bo glad to
jtnow that the craze for masoullno attire will
continue Into the fall.
To bo In the swim In New Yorlr requires
from fcK.OOO to ? 100,00il a year. Among the
> ' 400" and people adjacent to that charmed
fclrelo the struggles to maintain a position
Against the Inroads of extravagance would
bo extremely pathetic If thay were but
> nown. The maw of thn plebeians who sup
ply the necessaries is always open ami it
> omctlines swallows ronutatlons as well as
fortunes. Speaking of thu subject to a Press
reporter , a Union League club man , who is a
bachelor with n largo Income , a free liver
Itntl a wide circulator , recently unbent him-
clf with a fewjxnoctlotej.
"Now York society in thcwo tiny * sadly
heeds ready inonny. Whnn the tradesman
begins to shut down the trouble commences.
I romcmhor a year or so ago a friend of
tntno called upon : i family nrqualntanco on
Fifth avonuo. Ho xvas Invited Informally
to ( line , tin accepted , and it was the most
knfortunatft thing ho could have done. The
family were compelled to send rut for din
ner , and I Uollovo it took all the ready
money in the house. Their butcher nnd
frocer had simply shut down on them , and
they have slnro rene into involuntary re
tirement. At ono of the Patriarch calls a
mother and daughter wore the most hand-
tomcly ihvs'U'd women in the room. To
tnnko a long story short , Mrs. X. had
pawned a macnillcr-nt diamond neculaco in
order to get her gowns from the dress-
Jnaker. Home time after she redeemed the
Jiecklaco , and her Jewnlor subsequently dis
covered that the gems had been replaced by
paste stones. A dotectlvo was placed on
the case , but the pawnbroker learned who
Ills customers wore and threatened ° x-
posuro if arrested. The family did not
Nnviil mill Intiirnstln ? .
A very novel luncheon was given Friday
Afternoon hy Miss Flora Webster In honor
' . ) f her guest. Miss Lauahton ol Washington ,
.Fvhieh also was so uliuiue in it * setting that
. It has been pleasantly talked about over
jlnce. A pretty souvenir folder was handed
to the guosts. to which was attached by
pink ribbons a penny nnd a pencil. The
pencil was for use in answering the ques
tions which were to bo found printed inside ,
xvlth the assurance that the answers were
"to bo found on n penny. " The questions
wore as follows : Fruits , an animal , part of
n bill , a place of worshlo. n scholar , ( lowers.
D messenger , part of n cereal , a piece of
nrmor , an aid to investigation , an odor , part
of u bird , ten places using grain , character
istic , representative , something not worn in
America , somethintr used by both priest nnd
pugilist , something ono likes to receive from
Jriends , a weapon , a country , an exclama
tion , decorations , boverago.
Participating in this decidedly now diver
sion to Omaha swelldom. In addition to par
taking of a menu pt dainty excellence , were :
Miss Laughton.Miss AndrecsenMiss Palmer ,
Miss Raymond , Mis Barker , Misi Helen
Mlllard , Miss Dandy , Miss Squires , Miss
May Morse , Miss Cady , MissColpotzer , Miss
Geutio Yates , Miss Taylor , Miss Allen.
Cliiirniliij ; I/iwu 1'ility.
A farewell lawn party xvas given to Mr.
iBert Wilcox at his home , 2104 Cass , Thurs-
Thu lawn was lighted by Chinese lanterns
and presented a picture pretty , indeed. Mr.
Wilcox is deserving of this high compliment
from Ills young Iriends , and as ho soon
leaves for now fields , ho xvill , no doubt ,
pleasantly remember his last ox'ening with
the boys and girls of Omaha. At 10 refresh
ments wore indulged and dancing partici
pated in till a late hour.
About fifty couples were present ,
Including : Misses Ruth Lohmer , Mary
Lohmer , Minnie Curry , Grace Marty , Edna
Brown , Madeline Chapman , Margaret Loh-
nier , GeorgioChapman , Bessie Uurt ; Messrs.
Arthur Sqnior , Brewer McCaguo , Dxvight
Reed , Herb Robinson , To-ii Barstow , Frank
Adams , Albert Benson. Archie. Tomplotou ,
Charles Tate , Will Willis , Fred Marty.
PHIIITU After Ten.
Miss May Sargent and Mr. Winthrop
Sargent gave a pretty tea Thursday evening -
ing at 0 at their home , Twenty-third and
Webster streets. There xvero six tables , the
gentlemen having the pleasure of progressIng -
Ing with each course. The tables xvere ex
quisitely decorated and the younger society
Imd a delightful opportunity to moot ouo
another "After the Ball. "
Thu guests were : Misses Margaret Cook ,
Birdie Van ICuran , Amy Barker , Mamie Hall
Alda Mills , Margaret McICell , Graeo Allen
Mary Buck. Gertrude Smith ; Messrs. Clark
Coit , Wllber Christian , Thorp McKcli , Fred
Schneider. Will Whitehorn , Arthur Cooley ,
After tea the guests danced for several
hours , the huuso and lawn being exquisitely
I'or VNltlnj ; l < 'rlmiili.
Friday evening Misses Lydla Rheoni and
Mena Pratt gave a very dainty 0 o'clock
dinner at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. M ,
Hheom , 2510 Popplcton avenue , in honor ol
Miss Rnchaul Hall of Kansas City ana Miss
Margaret Slovens of DCS Molncs.
Tito tnblo whs decorated xvith ferns anil
llowors in great abundance. After dlnnci
music and dancing wore indulged in ; alsc
charades and ghost stories. The honorct
I I guests were each presented xvlih a delicate
cup and saucer and a box of choice candies
These present were : Mr. nnd Mrs. U M
Rlieem , Misses Rachael Hall of Kansas City
Margaret Slovens of Dos Molncs , Mom
Pratt , Gusslo ICorty , Lydla Rheum ; Messrs
Samuel Cooper , George Rlieem , Roya
J.r' . l'riiJ i 'H l.imulHtnii ,
In honor of her two nieces , Misses niche
Hall of Kansas City , and Margaret Steven
of Dos Molncs , Mrs. D , D. Frajee of 120
South Twenty-eighth street , gave a vor ;
Elaborate 1 o'clock luncheon on Wednesday
Thu table xvas very handsomely decoratoi
with tloxxers and ferns. The house wa
darkened nnd lit xvith gaa which mndo i
These present wore : Misses'Raehol Hall n
Kansas City. Margaret Slovens of De
Molnoa , Mnm Pratt , Gnssio Korty , Iydi
Khi'cm and -Messrs. Samuel Cooper. Royi ;
Ithpeiu. Arthur Frajeo , John Frujeo on
I'ri'tty , rrc > | ; rr lv , ) Tri > .
Mrs. D. 11 , Sargent gave n charming "Pn
grcsslvo Tea" on Thursday evening for Mi
Winthrop and Miss Muo Sargent. Thu llv
tables were each a different color in thel
ilo\xcrs and decoration.
. After tea wt
served the lawn wns found to ha prottil
Humiliated , and later inuslo uud an inform ;
dance followed. These Invited wore : Mh
Cook , Miss Van Ktiren , Miss Mills , M | <
Hall , Miss Barker , Miss Allen , Miss MclCel
Miss Chambers , Miss Smith , Miss Duel
Miss Dotwllcr , Mr. Joseph Morsinnn , M
Kdgar Morsnian , Mr. Cooluv , > 3r. Smltl
Mr. Christian. Mr. Uoll , Mr. Whitehorn , M
Stlgor , Mr. Hathbun , Mr. McKell and M
Winder nnd Hy > r.
A quiet but pretty wedding took placu c
Monday afternoon ut U o'clock at thu tea
iencg of Mrs. Parker , 'M i St. Mary'a a venui
iho contracting parties being MU Hyor an
Mr. O. O. Winder , the ceremony being po
formr.l . by llnr. T B. Or.unDlrtt.
Hyer lii be-in with the W. It. Bennett tioni.
p.iny for a number of years nnd N lilirmy
i-espcctoil liv alt xyho know her. Mr. indur
has been with N , U. Falconer for a numb-.r
The ceremony wa performed in the liar-
lors , which xrcro besutlfully d scnr. te l with
plants nnd llowors. The xvodillng march
wns played bv Mrs. llrvson. The brldo worn
a very becoming trawling suit of navy blue ,
with hat to match , ami carilod a bouquet of
xvhlty ru.os. _ _ _ _ _ _
IM < < n : i > it HurprUn I'.irty ,
Mr * . Jacob Schamcl , residing at Twenty-
fifth nnd rierco street , was tendered a sur
prise party lait Monday evening by her
numerous frlonds ,
} ) eing a member of several organiza
tions many of her acquaintances in the ranks
of organized xvngo-carnors united on a sur
prise party for tholrestccmed fellow worker.
Tito uvcnlne was spent in listening to
iniisii1. sociability and partaking of refresh
ments. Thnso present were ! Mcsdames
Muster , Ansp.ichor , Fitch , Scnholts. Hurt ,
Mnnnim ? , Fred. Schamcl , Wilber , Grlffoy ,
McCuIro , Home , Ynrton , Suiter , Gaston.
Miss Stel'a Ynrton , Dans f-ouer , Snltcr.
Carver , Fleming , Ijoonard. St.Clair , Oriffoth ,
Bennett , Cole and Fitch.
.Mr. nnd Mri. Nuiiliiirt Kutnrt tin.
A company of young pcoplo enjoyed a mo .t
delightful evening nt the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Iscnhart , or/South Thirty-first street ,
Among these present were : Misses May
Wilson , Anna \Valker , Jennie Whlto , Sabra
Wilson. Emla Moore ; Messrs. M. A. Pillsbury -
bury , C. 7.auder. . T. Wilson , D. C. Dodds ,
A. ItlWMon , A. S. Pinto.
Rarely it happens that young people Just
married nnd located in their noxv homo en
tertain so royally. Fruit xvas served by the
happy guests , who brought with them bas
kets ladi-n xvith the delicacies of the season.
Music and games occupied the fieotlng hours
until "good nights" were said.
MovcnumtH ofV II Known Tropic.
Mrs. T. C. Havens has gone to tlio fair.
Mrs. Captain Floyd has gene to NowYork.
MM. H. II. Divles loft for Chicago on Fri
Miss Marie Doxvar loft for Chicago yester
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Glllmoro are at the
Robert Patrick loft for Ncxv Vork last
O. 1C. Scoileld has gene cast on a txvo
Miss Nolllo Moore has returned from
Miis Rena Strangof La Porto , Tex. , is vis
iting Mis * Bedford.
Miss Atnnistino Plnkorton xvas a Chicago-
bound traveler Thursday.
Mrs. W. H. Huntorjias gene to Chatham ,
Canada , for a month's visit.
Assistant County Attorney Slabaugh mid
family have gene to Atwater , O.
Herb T. Lcavitt and daughter have re
lumed from a visit at. Salt Lake.
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Macotnber are at Iho
World's fair , to bo gene txvo weeks.
tMls3 Mamo Munchhoff is spending a few
weeks in Chicago viewing the fair.
Prof. Sch.ink , xvife and children and Miss
Muenchhoir have irene to Chicago.
Miss Margaret Riley left today for an
eastward trip , including World's ' fair.
Mrs. S. A. McWhortor. children and nurse
are at Iron Springs hotel , .Man i ton , Colo.
R. W. Williams , xvifo and daughter have
gene to Chicago , later on to Racine , Wis.
Louis Bradford and family and Mrs. Fran'c
Johnson left for Midway Plaisauco un Thurs
Mr. ana Mrs. Silas Cobb and daughter ,
Xcrclda , have returned from their summer
Mr. W. F. McMillan has run in from Salt ,
Lake City to make Omaha people a lltt.lo
Ralph W. Brockenridgo left Friday evenIng -
Ing for St. I'aul and the inico resorts of Min
Miss Emily Wakoloy leaves for Chicago to
day to visit xvith tno family of Mr. Lucius
Chlot Clerk McDill- the Elkhorn has
gene to Clinton , la. , called by thu death of
W. O. Taylor , superintendent of Brad-
street's , has gene to the World's fair with
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Rodriguo of Pittsburg
are visitmtr Mrs. E. ( J. MuShuno on Califor
General Coxvlu and his son , W. B. Coxvin ,
have returned from their trip to iTellowstono
Mrs. Chris Hartman and dauehtor Pearl
have returned from a month's visit to Lake
Minnotonka , Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Burgncr have gene to
the fair , and xvill also visit at their old home
at Marysville , O.
Mrs. Dundy and Miss Duudy accompany
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes in their private car to
Hot Springs , S. D. , shortly.
Miss Mary Wilson of Nebraska City is
visiting at the residence of II. A. Doud , ! Ul
Nortli Txvcnty-flftli street.
Mrs. C. J. Grouno and Miss Knlly , daugh
ter of Hon. W. R. Kelly of the Union Pacific ,
have gene to the World's fair.
The Misses Annie and Nellie Bessoy of
Brooklyn , N. Y. , are the guests of H. A.
Thompson , 11131 Chicago street.
The hop at Fort Omaha last evening was
largely attended by Omaha people , a number
going from the rillo range to thu garrison.
General J. C. Coxvin returned Tuesday
evening from a five weeks trip through the
Yellowstone park audi over into tlio prov
Mr. Loavitt Burnham returned Thursday
from Madison Lake , Mlmu-oota. Mrs. Burn-
ham and the children xvill remain there ,
hoxvever , until September.
Mr. A. Stoere , deputy clerk of the district
court , accompanied by his wife , has gene to
the big Chicago shoxv , and xvill bo absent
from the city for u fortnight.
Mrs. Henry Fnhrmun of Seattle , Wash. , la
noxv thu guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. Adlur at
202U Doduo street. Later on Mrs , Fuhrmuii
xvill fiKo in thu World's fair.
The ciK.iKomcnt of Mr. Henry Rustln , son
of Mr. C. B. Rustin of Omaha , to Miss Do
lores Goodwin of Portland , In announced. Hit
marriage to take place In Dccombor.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Cobb huvo roturncil
from a siix weeks absuncu from the city ,
They visited their old homo in Kentucky ant1
spent tvo weeks at the World's fair.
Miss Rlla Allen , 2111 ! Cass , gave a prettj
tea Monday evening for Miss Grncu Knight
Thu decorations were sxvuot peas and sum
mer ( lowers , covers being laid for ton.
Mrs. W. R. Williams and Miss Kdna Wil
Hams departed for Chicago and Racine , WIs.
taking in the World's fair and the "Gram
Eisteddfod , " September-I to 8 , at Chicago.
Mrs , K. O. Cox'oy , child and nurse luf
Wednesday afternoon for Now York , frou
which poini Mr. and Mrs. Covey saileu o ;
thu Aurania of thu Cunard line for Livci
pool yesterday ,
Mrs. R A. Walt6rof 2310 Douglas street
who lias been visiting in Otiumxva , fa ,
leaves Monday night for Brooklyn , N , Y
accompanied by her sinter , Mrs , J , c. Lang
of Council Blulfs ,
Miss Brintor , a sister of Mrs. C. K. Coi
taut , arrived from Kingston , N. Y. , on Mot
la day and witli Miss Gracu Knight , who tia
lail been the truest of Mrs. Coutant fur sum
id timu , luft for Salt lake on Wednesday ,
Tlio marriage uf Miss Nulliu Bonson.daug !
terof Mr , and Mrs. ( ieorgo Hanson , Is iiti
nouncud to taku placu on Wednesday ovei till
or. - ing , September 0 , ut the residence of th
r. ur'du's ' parents , 1520 Nortli Twonly-lirt
1r Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry P. Whitmoro an
as daughter luft yesterday for Chicago. M
Whiuuoro , nftor a may of u xveeU , xvill n
l.val turn home , whilu Mrs. Wliitmoru an
al Eugenia xvill go to St. I/Jim to visit the pa
ss cuts of MI-J. tVhitmorc.
ssI1' Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Mefzei of ! W11 P ,
I1' cine street liavu permanently removed I
, Chicago , xvhoru Mr. .MoUol has unguged i
Ir. buuincss. They havogonu to liousekeepin
& ut the "Bullovuo , " northwest corner Uauij
bull park and Leavitt street.
A pretty , though very quiet wedding wi
solomnUoU Thursday uvuuing at thu res
deucuof Air. Henry Schoufuld , 2410 Erakii
on street , when Mr , Fred H. Gliok and Ml :
si- Blanche Schunfeld becaiuu man and wif r
sio - Ruv. Asa l oard ottlclattuB. After thu cor
o , mony rufrushmouia xvcio served and at :
id o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Click loft for Atchlsi
to visit Mr. Click's parent * , cx-Goverui
and Mrs. Georso W Ollek After Septem
ber ID Mr. ami Mrs. Olluk wilLlnat homo at
Ml North Ttvonty-sovcnth avonuo.
Mrs. George S. Pierce and children tfl
Wednesday evening over the Union Pacific
for IA.IS Angeles , where they will make n
short stay before rcturnlm ; to their homo nt
San Bernardino , Cat. Mrs. Pierce his4)Ron )
visiting In Omaha since May ns the guest of
her mother , Mrs. O. A. Gygcr , 1210 South
Camp will bo broken by the Pike's Point
people at Lake Okobojl next Tuesday night ,
and a special Pullman will bringdown these
families whohavo been spending the summer
there , Including Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lolnnor , Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Congdon , Mr.
and .Mrs. J. 1C. Baum and Mr. and Mrs. D. U.
Mr. Benjamin F. Battln , who recently
graduated from Swarthmoro college , and
was an instructor there last year , left the
past week for the fair , and will sail for
Europe on the Paris next month. Mr. Bat-
tin will spend several years at the Uni
versity of Berlin in post graduate work in
A number of young ladles gave
tv pretty dancing pirty Thursday even
ing at the residence of M"iss Klns-
ler , 20:21 Binnoy street. Anotm these
in attendance wore : Misses Althaus , Baumor ,
Myrtle Coon , Blanche Hamilton , Glacomini ,
Fuller , Edna Fuller , Palmer. Llnnolt , Nellie
Coad , Ulch , Nettle Rich , Fowler ; Messrs.
Miller , Ward Burgess , Pope , Dr. Bradbury ,
Frank Coad , Short , Albert Kinslor.
Harvey A. Evans was thoroughly sur
prised Friday evening on the occasion of his '
twenty-third birthday , the pleasant event
being arranged by Mrs. Evans , who had her
home , 821 South Nineteenth street , full of
frltmds when Mr. Evans returned from
"down town. " Among the gifcsts wore a
number of musicians , and having brought
their instruments with them , a quin-
totta of strings was soon provided
that the guests might enjoy sev
eral hours of dancing. Delightful
refreshments wore served , the evening being
particularly enjoyable not only to these from
Omaha but from Council Bluffs as well.
Major J. W. Paddock , government dltector
of the Union Pncitlc , and his partv of guests ,
Including Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rustln , Fred
Rustin , Will Doano , Miss M. Woolworth
and Miss Emily Wakoloy , returned
from their charming outing over the
Union P.xcillu system last week.
From hero the partyt wont to Salt Dike ,
whore they wore royally entertained by for
mer' Omaha residents. Will McMillan and
Mr. Yountr. together with ox-Governor West
and ox-Governor Lannon of Utah , a dinner
being given them at Garlleld Dcach. From
Salt Lake _ they leisurely journeyed to
Portland , thence to Tacoma and Vic
toria. Back to Soatllo and on to
Portland again , with side trips
to Astoria and Iho northern branch. From
there lo Boise , to Blue Lakes , Shoshone
F.ills and Ketchum to Butte , and back home ,
having in their two weeks outing covered
some 10,000 miles of railroad. The good
times and the practical jokes played on one
another eniiiulo would till a column of TUB
BEK , but for the sake of the boys , who
usually got thu worst of it , the story of the
trip is withheld.
.l.V.VO UA c'/i.WAATA.
The Georgia minstrels , which open at the
Farnam Street theater Sum'ay , August'JO ,
give a genuine old-time minstrel show with
features up to date. The lovers of min
strelsy have seen , with regret , the departure
of the pure minstrel in many of the leading
companies on the road , but the Georgias ,
who are now in their seventeenth year , have
adhered to minstrelsy pure and simple and
have made money by so doimr. Billy Ker-
sands , Tom Brown. James White , . James
Moore , Hillman < & Vernou , the great Gauze ,
W. F. Alexander , W. O. Terry and the
famous Crescent City quartet are the
leading members. For years certain man
agers in the southern circuit hare opened
their regular season with the Georgia min
strels of which Billy Kersands is the leading
light , and In almost every instance their
season has been a success and it has become
a superstition among them thTit av'black"
show brought them good luck. Manager
Crawford is no exception and this.season ho
has the Georgias to.open alibis houses , and
Manager Burgess says if the tradition holds
good the Farnam Street theater 'will ' bo in
line the coming season. The Georgias ap-
near August 20 for four days , opening-with
a matinee. 1
Military pageantry , proud-blooded Arabian
horses , patriotism , stirring military bands ,
inarching drum corps , eighteen complete
changes of sumptuous scenery , all now this >
season , and i00 ! persons will engage in C. 1 ! .
Jefferson , Klaw & Erlangera unrivaled
mclo-dramatic production of "The Soudan , "
as that fa'nous play will be scon at Boyd's
theater next Friday evening , where it will
begin an engagement of two nights and a
No molo-Jrama of the modern stage has
over met with half the successor universal
recognition from press and public , glowing
with wonder and praise , that has followed
this play. This is much duo lo tlio fact that
uo melo-drama of recent mint lias the fre
quent and Inviting opportunities for the in
troduction of stirring scenes and spec
tacular elaboration. Messrs. C. B. Jef
ferson , Klaw & Erlangcr , realizing that
this is the Columbian year for the
display of thrilling marvels in
the inarch of urogrcss have llt-
tcd out their production of this stirring
melo-drama for the coming season with such
an elaborate lot of new scenery ar.d gorgeous
and realistic stage detail as in their belief
has never before been equaled in the history
of the American drama.
This i * the third season of consecutive and
unprecedented success for this widely ex
alted play , but so revolving and complete
have baen the extravagant and elaborate
new ornamentations that but for the
original thrilling situations , deep and
thoiulitful characterizations , stirring cli
maxes and realistic maneuvers , this play
as presented the present season would
hardly bo recognized.
HOT Hl'JtlXlili LITfH.lTlUX
C'nunty Coiniiil * .lomir * Will Compel Treas-
nnir Itradly to Account lor I'miilH.
HOT SPHIXOS , S. D , , Aug. 10. [ Special to
Tun BIK. ] The county commissioners
i ordered County Treasurer James Bradley to
bring the county money , vouchers , books ,
etc. , into the auditor's olllco and malco a re
port to them. Their object xvas a pretext
for commeiieinc proceedings lagainst him
and his bondsmen , for ho had the county
money -some Sl,000 ! ) on deposit xvllh the
First National bank , which some timu
ninco suspended and which can not
resume. Of course Bradley could
not comply and thu commissioners
employed attorneys to commence pro
ceedings against him at once for defalcation ,
ontiruly Ignoring thu county attorney , whom ,
they claim , is the attorney for the defunct
bank , and in sympathy xvllh Bradley and his
bondsmen , xvho are the olllccr.1 of iho bank ,
Bradley has had thu sympathy of a largo
circle of friends , xvho have thought ho was
persecuted by the commissioners , but the re
cent transfer of his line resilience to his
xvifu , under thesu circumstance. ! , has changed
No receiver has yet been appointed for thu
suspended First National bank , although
Inspector Diamond applied tor ouo sonic
week * since. Depositors are gatting uneasy ,
a.s no statement has yet been made of the
condition of the bank.
This city is pretty , xvoll filled up with 1
lS prominent attorneys and oltlcials this week ,
iu taking depositions in a case 10 bo tried bo
foru thu United States court at Sioux Fa I If
ii- nt tlio November term. The cnso is brought
b.\ Lake & Halley of Rapid City against tht
* B. .t.M. and Fitzgerald Bros , of Lincoln fm
10 Huppllus furnished the contractors m build
th ing thu line of the B. & M. road to Dojd
wood some txvo yearn slnco 'and Involve :
id somtithln , * illco * IUO,000.
tr. Harry M. Wilcox , a uoted.-character al
tr.a - through the northwestern country , \vai
aHi found dead Iu liU bed nt a local tiotel to
ir- night. Ilo died from an .overdoseof , mor
phlne supposed to have been taken \vith sui
cidal Intent. He was a Pullman conductoi
till March luit , when ho came here , Ho hui
to lived in Beatrice , Wymore , Kansas City am
in Douglas. Wyo. He left no papers to ahov
whcie his relatives live , and if no wdrd 1
heard from them the body will be bunei
sino Chicago Ilisauli llolul.
ness Four blocks from Iho World's fair ; offer
ss superior accommodations al iiopular prioos-
iu 4-1.00 per day and upwards , according to lo
u10 cation , American plan , Kooms aU > o on th
10 European plan ; will bo kept ( n the suuio liberal
un oral manner us heretofore ,
or WARREN F. LELAND , Manager.
ECHOES OF3HE AN1E ROOM
Odd I Fellows Day rittho World's ' Fair is At
tracting Local Attention.
ANTICIPATION Ot AN IMMENSE CROWD
rictilc * . JJtlll In Papiflnr I'avnr with Omnim
Vrntcrnltlo * toliu > nl tlin Weak Among
the Monrn niul 1'nitermil
Odd Follows day at Ihq AVorld's fair !
Monday , September 2o , and a grand demon
stration ou that day Is to bo made. The
members of iho order In all parts of the
country are making preparations to uo there ,
and ono of the largest gatherings of a fra
ternal order known Is expected. A program
of unusual interest and attractiveness Is be
ing arranged. A grand parade and demon
stration will bo given that will bo mngulu *
cent. The members of the uniform rank
will bo there In force , and in their handsome
uniforms nnd showy helmets with waving
plumes , their swords glistening in the
bright sunlight , they will present a dazzling
and line appearance as tho'llno of thousands
moves by , , .
Nebraska Odd Fellows okpoct to send a
big delegation , and It is hoped to fill several
special trains. A committee has been named
by the head officers In this slate , and is mak
ing efforts to ascertain the probable number
who will go. , Hoports from the Interior
towns are most encouraging , and Inquiries
are being made for special cars by several
lodges. Omaha Is to bo the starting point ,
and the date sot is Wednesday , September
20. The delegations from the different
points in tno state will assemble in this city
and Join in ono grand body and proceed to
the White City. The arrangements will be
completed In a short timu and the program
Monday of next week a grand reunion and
picnic will bo nelii at Crystal lake : The
South Sioux City ledge is making the
arrangements and Is the promoter of the
cnlerpriso. Us oftle&rs have invited a num
ber of oilier lodges to join and the picnic will
bo in the nature of a neighborhood reunion
of Odd Fellows. Grand Master A. H. Weir
of Lincoln and Deputy C.rand Master O'Neill
of this state will bo present and deliver ad
dresses , as will Grand Master Beulan of
A Melon t Orilnr ol United Workman.
Union Pacific lodge No. 17 of this city will
give a basket picnic atCalhoun , Wednesday ,
August : (0. ( Arrangements have been made
for special trains direct to the grounds , iu
order to accommodate Iho 323 members , Ihelr
families and friends. A pleasant tlmo is
predicted , as the committee is com posed of
The members of Patten ledge 173 of this
city will picnic at Courtland beach Friday ,
September 15. An excellent program of en
tertainment is being prepared. Grand Mas
ter Workman J. G , Tate will be present and
deliver one of his oKaraetoristic and able ad
dresses upon the order Us objects and aims
and its growth andprosperity. ! Sports of all
kinds will bo indulged in. Dancing on the
upper lloor of the' p.h-ilion In the evening
will furnish pleasure for those who enjoy
tliat pastime. Tiokels will bo on sale by the
members of the order.
The picnic of ' ( lie-Workmen of Butler
county at David > Giy ( Wednesday of last
week was well attended and a'very enjoy
able success. Grand Muster Workman Tate
was present and delivered an Interesting ad
dress , i iiO.
Pawnee county Workmen will assemble at
Armour , Friday , September 22 , and , join in a
union picfme , "Nvhiclif will bo addressed by
A big union picnic of'lTle Workmen lodges
of Richardson county will bo held at Hin-
tou's park * . FalsCU.vrFriday ! , August ' & ItT
promises to hi one of the. most .successful
affairs held in that paft'of the state. Re
duced rates on the railroads have been se
cured and between ' 5,000'and 0,000 people , it
is anticipated , will bo present. The princi
pal features of the program are a monster
parade at 10 o'clock in the morning and ad
dresses by Grand Master Workman Tate
Thayer county Workmen will picnic at
Henron in September.
The occasion of the laying of the corner
stone of the McCook Ancient Orderof United
Workmen temple was colobratea Friday
afternoon , August 14 , 'with becoming and ap
propriate exercises , and the ceremonies were
wilnessed by a large crowd. A paper was
reail by A. F. Moore giving the history of
McCook lodge No. 01 , and of the inception
and progress of the temple enterprise. Fol
lowing this was the formal laying of the
corner stone , the auspicious event closing
with an address by Grand Master J. G. Tate
of Hastings in his most felicitous phraseology
elegy and happiest vein , which was repeat
edly in corrupted by warm and hourly ap
plause. Thus was the period in the con
struction of the magnlllcent structure , this
monument to the energy of McCook ledge
No. 01 , duly commemorated. The Ancient
Order of United Workmen band provided
the music. The affair was brought to a de
lightful close in the evening by u ball In the
opera house , in which a largo and gay com
pany participated. The orchestra of the
order provided tliu Inspiration for this fealuro
of the event , which marked a red letter day
in the history of the order In southwestern
Thursday evening of last week the ladies
of North Ouialm ledge No. 2S. Degree of
Honor , gave a very enjoyable lawn social at
the homo of S. S Walton. Twenty-seventh
and Franklin streets. The ladles are dis
cussing the advisability of holding a series
of entertainments during the autumn and
Saturday evening of this week the dele
gate to attend the state convention to be
held in Geneva in October will ho chos ; n by
the members of North Omaha ledge No. 28 ,
Degree of Honor.
WoiiiliiiHii ol America ,
Wednesday of last week' the members of
Beech -camp of this city nnd their friends
were treated to au outing at Cuthoun. The
excursion train leaving this city in the morn
ing was crowded and carried a merry throng
of picnickers , A largo number also took the
regular afternoon train , leaving the Woostor
slrcet depot at 1 o'clock. At the grounds an
interesting program of amusements and '
sports was provided , and a very delightful 1
day and evening were'wniled ' away.
Mrs. Schadncr , state orgaulzur of the
Royal Neighbors , ihdli'lutod ' a large camp at
Gibbon Monday nluht. A camp will also be
instituted at Kearne.Mii [ thu near future.
Monday the nx-niJiLTs of Hope camp ol
Kearney , augmotitod'.hy hundreds of town
people and visitintfibrethren and their wives
from Wood river i-towns ami oilier places ,
assembled In the T.blrd Ward park In the
Midway City to onjov Iho day loxnther.
Every urrangomenithail been made to make
the affair a sucucHHiamd but for iho rain
would have ccllpsednianylhliig of Die kind
over hold in the citylluTlie boys' band , no-
rompanlud by a committee , met the vUilors ,
who came down thoilCoaruoy & Black Hills ,
ami escorted themto tlio ( 'rounds. At 11
o'clock the assemblage was called to ordct
by Thomas Edneyju.tonerable consul , tin
choir sang tin u | > i > roprlato selection , Rev ,
r Trueblood delivered jun invocation and in
the ubsi'iicoof Mul'uriUrady , who was un
avoidably absent'Mi H. Sydenham de
livered the address of welcome , D. C. Xinli
uf Grand Island , head banker , commenced
an address , but was cut short by the rain
Many of the people went to their homes
while u largo number repaired to the citj
hall , where tables were arranged and al
enjoyed thenisulves to their hearts' dosin
When the repast * was ended A. L. Fitch o
Miller was invited to act as toast master
Iho responses coming from George W. Me
GUI , H. H. Secloy nnd Jamas Jenkins
' j entered heartily into the
whjeu the occasion afforded am
finally disbanded , each feeling that it tiai
been good lo bo thero.
Tulmago camp No. 204S was organize !
Monday evening , August 7 , by DouutySlati
Organizer M. C. Allison , with twelve charter
tor members. The members of the not1
camp uro us follows ; W. F. Hill. J. T
Goucher , G. W. Falrbrother , Jr. , J. F. Allen
Nile Holmgren , William Hutclilns , Willlan
Keck , Arcnd Rctikcu , jr. , Martin Strulchun
O. H Tliompson , HnrmnnVonitoli , J. S
of ttinOiiMtrrn S
Krltlny of tills vroott , nftornoon nntl ovun *
Ing , the nicnibcri of .Vesta I'.lnptor will
have an otufng i\t Couril.tml bo.ioli , Tlioy
doslro to Inform their frlomli tbat they have
scoured the exclusive inn of the uipcr | floor
of the pavilion and that n most enjoyable
onterlnlnmont will bo provided.
A select orehoalra wilt bo on hand nmt iitr-
nlah a cholco dance projjr : > "t In 'l ' ° oveitiiti * .
Tickets , 'JO cents , lnoltulin transptirtiUlon
from Locust street and rulurn , with tfansfer
to Stiornmn avenue line , nlso admission to
the K rounds and dance pavilion.
Tickets to bo had from Mr. Henry Newell ,
at Masonic hall , or from any of tlio follow-
niR ! Mo.tsra. F , P. Thornton , Thomas Hat *
turton , ilohn Simpson , or Mrs. Wliltmarah ,
Mrs. UOKITS , Miss Dolllo Pray.
Monday afternoon the mcinnorsof Hlccta
chapter No. 8 of Lincoln. Jolnod by the Ma
sonic fraternity , hold their animal luskot
lilcnlc at Lincoln park. Thu start for the
park was inailo at 2 o'clock and after supper
In the woods dancing in the pavilion was on-
Iln Thought U U'IM tlin
The members of a ccrt.tlh order wore Inl *
tlatlne Glllospy a few weeks ape , giving him
all of the extras supposed to bo necessary to
convert an ordinary cltlwn into an enthusi
astic sovereign of iho craft , says an eastern
pnpor. They were almost through with the
initiation when some kind of an explosion in
the store over which the hall was situated
blow the building Into the middle of the
street , anil Interfered with the ceremonies.
Head } ' hands sot to work and oxtrlcated
the pcoplo from the debris. Fortunately
no ono was hurt very much , but after a
census had boon taken Mr. Uillospy was
found to bo missing. A search was Insti
tuted and before long'ho was found In an ad
joining yard , where the force of the ex
plosion had landed him. Ho sat in a loilgo
room chair and his eyes were still blind
"Why on earth didn't you take that thing
off your eyes and got out of the chair when
the explosion occurred ? " asked ono of the
"Explosion ! " echoed Glllospy. "Why , I
thought that was a part of the initiation. "
of Pyt lil ; > .
Nebraska ledge No. 1 never does anything
unless it is done well. Some tlmo since an
Invitallon was extended to the brothers of
Triune ledge to meet with the ledge Wcdnos
day evening , which invitation was accented ,
Triune filing into their spacious castle hall In
Iho Pax ton block in a body , headed by Chan
cellor Commander J. II. Flanacan , which ,
with the lame attendance of Nebraska
Indgo in anticipation of the event , filled the
hall to overflowing. Knight Charles Cur
rier , being chairman of the committee on en
tertainment , assisted by Knight J. J.
Brucher , did themselves proud by way of
providing entertainment for the assembled
guests. From 0 o'clock until 11 passed so
rapidly that uo one even had an idea that
they had been tlioro two hours. Speeches
were made by several of the leading knights
of the city , nnd the evening's entertainment
was interspersed with both vocal and in-
slrumcnlal music by Sir Knighls Thomas L.
Broadhurst and J. E. Bonncll , the latter of
At II o'clock refreshments were served by
that eminent caterer , Sir KnU'ht Dalzoll ,
consisting of ice cream and cake , and then
another hour was sjicnt in smoking and
general social intercourse.
Next Wednesday evening the same ledge
will entertain in a like manner Triangle
lodge. As a fraternal and social order the
Knighls of Pythias takes high rank among
the leading secret orders of the land , and as
a local entertainer Nebraska No. 1 is earn
ing an enviable reputation.
Minor MiMitlou .roin tlio Antn-Hooms.
One of the most pleasant events of the
season was the garden party given by the
members of Knoxall council.Royal Arcanum ,
at Spring Lake park Saturday afternoon
and evening , August 10. The attendance
was largo and a delightful time wai had.
Addresses were made by Rev. Kobert L.
Wheeler and Dr. W. J. Boll. A number of
gamesvwerc-provlded'and prizes distributed
to the winners. The music was good and
the dancing in the evening was greatly en
The members of the Improved Order of
Red Men picnicked at Silver lake Sunday of
Triangle lodge Knights of Pythias was
compelled to postpone its picnic at Court-
land beach Tuesday , owing to Iho inclem
ency of the weather. The date now fixed is
Tuesday of this week.
Hoyal Neighbors , Ivy camp No. U , will
hold their picnic at' Courtland beach August
31 , afternoon and ovoninir.
Busy people Have no time , and sensible
people have no inclination to use pills tliat
make them sick a day for every dose they
take. They have learned that the use of
Do Witt's-Little Early Ilisora docs not in
terfere with their Health by causing nausea
pain or griping. These little pills are per
fect in action and result , regulating the
stomach and bowels so that headaches ,
dizziness and lassitude are prevented. They
cleanse the blood , clear the complexion and
ono up the system. Lots of health in
these little fellows.
The Farnam Street theater will have four
nights of burnt cork this week , commencing
this evening. Uiclmrds' & Pringlu's min
strels will constitute the attraction at that ,
amusement resort during that period.
"The Soudan , " a drama bristling with
excitement and an intensely interesting plot ,
will occupy the boards at Uoyd's Now
theater next Friday and Saturday evenings.
Wonderland and the Bijou theater will
hereafter bo known as the People's theater.
The regular season at that place of amuse
ment will bo opened on the -Sth Insi.
Courtlatul beach has presented several
attractions during the week , Including the
Blckotts and Louvenraark , which drew
Following "The Soudan" at the Boyd
Carroll Johnson will appear September 11) ) ,
Then comes "Aristocracy" on September 18
and Cleveland's ' Minstrels on September'J3 ,
"A Texas SteoiV'-six days later , closes the
September bookings at the Boyrt ,
"The Iiustior" opened its Pittsburir en
gagement at the Bijou theater last Monday
night before ono uf thn largest opening
houses over seen in that city. Its nuci'ess
was in projKirtion lo the si/.o of thu audience.
More than one far-seeing manager has pre
dicted lately that thu will 1m a protitahlo
36:13011 : forstrong English melodrama. With
such a prospect in view Lltt and Davis have
bestowedspaelal care on their now equip
ment for that sterling drama , "The Slow-
uway , " which opens its sixth cotisoeullvo
season in ( Jincinnali : , September It. ! ! , Until
next spring , when they embark with Stove
Brodie in iho new veuluro , "On the Bow
ery , " Iho l.vo reformed burglars , "riplko"
Hennessey and "Kid" McCoy , will continue
to crauk a u.ifo every night in "The Stow
The great interest recently aroused in
naval affairs makes "Tho Knslijn" one of
the most timely dramas that will bu on thu
slago this season , Perceiving thH fact , its
managers , Lltt and D.ivis , have taken cnro
' .hat its cast and scenery shall bo oven bet
ter than they wore last season ,
U Is said Dial by actual count and com
parison there are more perilous situations
nnd narrow escapes in the now drama , "Old
Kentucky , ' than in any other high-class
melodrama produced In the past four years.
"Yon Yonson ' , " newly equipped and cast ,
opens It's season Auxusl'JO til the Grand
Opera housii in Brooklyn. Gus Heege , who
will continue tills season lo porsimalo iho
ouiiraclcr Itiat ho created , returned lust
week on the City of Paris from a refreshing
visit to Swmlcn , tlio land of his forefathers ,
Annie Mitchell will open her fifth annual
tour August US , In eastern Now York.
Ilelcno Mora will introduce a now song In
her forlhcoinlng musical comedy , "Com-
r.idcs , " which bids far to rival Hie success of
the once famous Aiiniu Itooney. " It is en
titled "Mary Lamb , " with words by H'irry
. W. ICmmellund music by G , M. Hiscnbjig.
Jane Slotson , late of "Little Puok" and
d "A Trip to Chinatown , " has signed with
Russell's Comedians ,
Hunt nnd her two children
r- Carrie/ Treat ,
rIV AllcJ ui'J HJnoy , tinvo closed their summer
L\ stuson al Quebec , Can. , in order to Join "The
11 Sou Ian" at Chicago , making their ihlrd sua-
in son with thai company.
, I Frantlin ! H. Sargent , president of the
American Academy of Drnmatlo Arts , has
divided to tirtvliii-o a now play by Maurice
Maotorllnck , author of "Tho Intruder " It
will b < s glvon during the comlnir winter by
the students of tho-American Academy of
CharliM Uitrnnitl , the author ofThe
County Fair. " Country Circus" and ether
play- , , has wrlucn n nionoloittio cnlitleil
"New York , " which w ? 1 bo in-odtu'cd for the
IUt , tlmn Aninut I.Y Adelaide Wostcott , a
young actrco from the west , will make her
ilobut , on that occasion. There are ton
rharacler.s In the monologue and the tlmo
occupied In Its presentation will bo two
1 m ui .
During Sol .Smith Ktmell's 100 nights' on-
gagiinumt at Daly's tneater , commencing
October U , ho will bo seen In tlio "Hair at
Law , " "April Weathur , " the now play by
Clyde Fitch , nnd "A Poor Relation. "
Itafcreo Rollins has made report In the
controversy which lias been pending for
some years between Managers Hanger and
T. H. French over the prolltsof the -'Little
Lord Fauntleroy" produced In this and
ether cltli's during 1S8S and ISS'J. ' The
referee llnds In favor of .Manager Sangor.
Glass blowing by machinery Is accom
An aluminium bridge over Gibraltar Is
The soldering of glass and porcelain with
metals Is a. novel French process.
More machinery is moved by the Merrlmac
river than by any other utream in the
It is estimated that tlio coal mines already
developed contain enough to supply the world
for 1,000 years to come.
Fifteen thousand men were given employ
ment in the Pittsburg mills which resumed
operations within the past ten days.
In the process worked by M. Latnbotta of
Brussels tin is recovered in the form of
chloride from clippings of tinned Iron.
The annual manufacture in Europe at the
present time , according to the latest statis
tics , is something like lwO,000 ! square yards
of looking glass.
The Bank of England manufactures ou
its own premises all thu material necessary
In Its bushiest ; , making the paper of its
notes and oven the ink used In printing them.
The manufacture of cloth from Chinese
cotton has boon commenced at Wuchang , ou
the Yang-tse-klang. Manufacturers llnd
great dlillculty in teaching the natives to
What is believed to he the first open air
experiment fur a statute in aluminium has
lately boon made in London. It is the
llguro of an angel placed on the monument
recently unveiled in memory of the Eorl of
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