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THE OMAHA DAILY RKK ; SUNDAY , SRVTEMDEU 18fl4.
HEADY FOR LAUNCHING
of the Debutantes Who Will
Okim Honcra This Seawa ,
PREPARING FOR THE ARTLOAN EXHIBITION
Illmt Sncltlr II I'on nil I n In ten-Pit It Dur
ing tlm 1'iirtt Work L'uril 1'nrtlcitnnd
lllrlliilny ivnit : In IJIFRO Niim-
lient Dollltfl nf
Already there la some talk of functions
for the debulalilea who will be launched upon
the social t-a this season. While the launch-
Ingj will not be nearly so many as charac-
lerlzed last season , they will undoubtedly
compare favorably with those of last year
In point or brilliancy , when the swellcst
crowd of young girls Omaha has known , can
didates for social honors and distinctions ,
were Introduced lo the circlet of Ihe haut
This year , among those who \ \ \ \ \ bo In
troduced lo the exclusive circles , will bo
Miss Georgia Llndscy , a very pretty and
attractive young girl , petite in stature , with
a complexion like that of some fabled
goddess. Shu is u brilliant talker , with
literary turn of mind , although Inclined
to be reserved. She finished at n New
York school , and Iswell equipped for social
Mls Gretchen Hrounse , daughter of the
governor of the commonwealth , will also be
one of the favored ones who will have fam
ily .prestige back of her to assist In her
debut. She is a queenly young woman , n
deml-brunette In type , with dark brown
tmlr , and will probably be chaperoned by
her sister , Mrs. Gilbert M. Hitchcock.
Another young woman who will have
strong family associations to assist her Is
Miss Mary Buck , a very refined and cul
tured girl , daughter of Mr. Truman Buck.
Although retiring In manner , unobtrusive
would probably better express the meaning
intended. Miss Buck la much better equipped
for the social battle than many of her as
sociates. She la well grounded In the- lan
guages and has n decided leaning toward
the classical In literature rather than to
tlio ephemeral drivel of the present age.
Miss Mary Nash , daughter of Mr. B , W.
Nash and n very cultured girl , particularly
In music , will taako her premiere this sea
son as a society favorite. She will bf greatly
allied during the season by her charming
sister. Miss Nash , who has had about all the
honors society has to give Its devotees. Miss
Kasli has had the benefit of a fine convent
training , and , as there Is wealth back of
lur , there Is little doubt but that she will
prove a favorite.
SIlsR Ilurkoot Salt Lake City , a descendant
of one of the old families of Zlon , will spend
the winter hero and be launched on the social
sea by Mrs. John A , McShane , her aunt ,
whose guest she will be ,
Miss Sadie Haunt is also' spoken of In con
nection with this season's debutantes , al
though It Is hinted that she does not care for
society overly much. Hut she has the charms
and will bo n favorite should her parents con
clude to allow her to enter the charmed
It Is the Intention of the Western Art
association lo place art on a more substan
tial footing than heretofore has distinguished
U In Omaha , and to this end will give a
loan- exhibition of paintings In the new homo
of art In the library building , commencing
about October 1 and terminating about the
Isl of November. This exhibit , however ,
will be but preliminary to many exhibits
which tlio association purposes giving- now
that a permanent homo has been secured
for the school of arts , over which J. Lawrlo
Wallace presides. The loan exhibit -will not
only Include well known pictures owned
-.throughout the city , but the students of the
school and the members of the association
will also make an exhibit. This Is the first
exhibit In two years , and so great has been
the Improvement In the work of Iho artists'
that an unusally Intcrstlng and valuable ex
hibit Is anticipated. Mr. Llnlnger , president
of the Western Art association , , u enthusias
tic over the outlook , and he Is doing all In
his power to make this the best exhibit ever
seen In the west , In which he Is being greatly
aided by the exhibition committee having the
loan In charge , J. Lawrle Wallace , Albert
Rothery , C. S. Iluntlngton , Mrs. Ed Cudahy
.Mrs. George I. Gilbert , Mrs. J. I. Moncll
llrs. Willie , Mrs. Phi : Stlmmel , Miss M
Butterflold , Mr. Parker.
Citizens of Omaha who have valuable pic
tures should feel no hesitancy In giving
their consent for their exhibition , as the
building Is flro proof and the pictures will
ba handled by exports , removal from and to
their rightful places being- done at tlio cost
of the association. All persona having good
works are Importuned to aid In this worthy
enterprise , as. It means an epoch for art In
Omaha. There will be a meeting of the dJ |
rectors of the association and the exhibition
committee at the Llnlnger gallery Monday
evening , to which all lovers of art are In
vited , whether members of the association1
not. Pictures Intended for the exhibition
should be reported to the exhibition commit
tee on or before September 25 that the work
of getting them properly hung In the differ
ent rooms may be facilitated ,
Ualrliriitcil Ilor IHrllnltiy.
Olio of the pleasantest events of the season
was a birthday party given In honor of Miss
Mamie Gibson , at the homo of her parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Gibson , Twenty-third and
Izard streets , Thursday evening. After meet
ing at the htuso the company , by Invitation
of tlio Junior Social club , adj-nrned to their
hall , 1121 North Twenty-fourth street , where
the club had prepared an entcrta'nmcnt , con
sisting of a minstrel first part and an olio
of specialties. 13 very body thoroughly enjoyed
themselvea until 11 o'clock , after which they
returned to the house , whcro the presents
Viere bestowed and refreshments served.
following were present : Misses Olive
Crowley , Jennie Flannlgati , Edith Howe ,
Georgia Moore , Grace Barter , Delia Kaiser ,
Florence Fredericks , Artie Crawford , Rose
Jlrewer , Nettle Gibson. Nollle Wlnslow , Car
rie Erlckson , May Anderson , . Ella Gamble ,
Dolllo Gamble , Lizzie Rowan , Ida Brlnn. Julia
Holes , Amelia Rosacker , Messrs. J. P , Gibson ,
B. II. Coombs , Charles Cultra , W. A. Gordon ,
Bud Baxter , Henry Rosacker , William Baxter -
tor , William Rowan , Edwin Oliver , Edwin
Tracy , Ray Ballard , Sum Wiggins , W. A.
Moore. Frank Newcomb , T. W. Moore. C. C.
Dawson , Dan Brewer , A. H. Bennett , Charles
Gamble. Jihimy Simpson , William Kaiser.
Fred Caldwcll , M. A. Jones , Mr , and Mrs.
Charlea BaxUr , Mrs , Tom Anderson and Mrs.
John Ormsby. _
Ki'rnplum ut Florcnra.
Captain and Mrs. Frank Reynolds of Flor
ence entertained most delightfully Thursday
evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Beebe of Brooklyn , N. Y.
Their charming home , so well adapted for
social functions , was tast'fully decorated for
the occasion , Dancing was Indulged In at
the engine house , where delicate refresh
ments wcro served throughout the evening.
Among the Invited guests were : Mrs , and
Mrs. W. II. Bebee. Mr. and Mrs. II. s.
Jaynes , Mr , and Mrs. R. V , Lewis. Mr. and
Mrs. U. D. Van Court , Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Flaher. Dr. and Mrs , W , S. Glbbs , Dr. and
Mrs. W. L , Ross , Mr. and Mrs. S , D. Lees ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lvdwlck. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lhmor. Dr and Mrs. R. W. Bailey. Dr , and
Mrt. W , J. Bradbury , Mr , and lire. W. S.
Scavey. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Rich , Mr. and
Mrs. II. Lanrle , Judge and Mrs. Macomber
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tale , Mr. and Mr . II. L.
Porlerflold. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford , Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Kngel , Mr. and Mrs. Sllversteln.
Mr , and Mr . F. N. Juyiies , Mr. and Mrs. C.
Spattt. Mr. nrrf Mrs. Robert Wllcox. Mr , and
Mrs. O. II , CurtisMr. . and Mrs. A , A. Ray
mond. Mr. and Mrs , C. U Jaym-s , Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Clark. Mr. Adolph Meyer. Mr.
Max Meyer , Prof. 1. K , Butler , James Drlno ,
Qulncy N'ouso. Miss. Pirrott , MUa Nellie
Sexour , Mies Bowie , Mlts Raymond , Miss
Vin Court. e
One of Ihe Joltlest ( lancing parties of the
season was given at Irvlngtou Thursday
evening by the Misses Maggie Butler and
Maggie Sullivan , with Mr. M. S. Walklln as
master of ceremonies. At 7:30 : the guests be
gin assembling- 3111 Cumlngitre t , and
At S 9'clock ilurp the tally-holies started for
Irvlngton. Tha dancing wa Inaugurated br I
a grand march , led by Mr , Walklln and Miss
Refreshments wrre served at 11:30 : , when
the parly started lionvwnrd
Among those participating were : Mlsies
M. Flynn , M. Newton , D. Flynn. M. Mllland ,
II. Chcsbro , J. Tlerney. M. Reven , C. Pency ,
A. Stuart , J. Ualley. n. Byrne , K. Kelly , K.
Brady , 1C. Sullivan. N. Smith , M. Kelley , N.
O'Connors. M. Mclla , K. Dalliy. A. O'Neill ,
S. Fitzpatrlck , J. Clark. M Duller and M.
Sullivan ; Messrs , P. II. Johnson , B. McAullff ,
J. Smith , E. Murphy. I ) . O'Nflll , J Winters ,
M. Ilnun , J. Daltey. J. Butler , II. Forgan ,
O. Murphy. M. O'Connor. Cl. Murry , C.
Squlcrs. It. Barnum , 0. Mills , W. Grady. C.
Joy , C. Oarvy , D. Sullivan and M. S ,
Walklln. _ J
Mr. and Mrs. John Dale ga\e on Infoimal but
vtry pleasant entertainment lo a number of
their friends last Thursday evening ntthelr
home , 1333 Park avenue. Excell nt musical
selections were rendered by Mlns Joscpjilne
Thatcher , Mrs. C. K. Urqnlmrt , Mr. Edward
Thatcher and Messrs. Walter antl Louis
Dale. Light -refriwhinrills were nerved at
the close of the program.
Among those present were ! Mr. and.
Mrs. A. C. Foster , Mr. and Mrs. C. L ,
ChafTee , Mr. and Mrs. D , II. Mercer , Mr ,
anil Mrs. W. P. llarford , Mr. and Mrs. A ,
Waggoner , Mr , and Mrs. K. M. Richardson ,
Mr , and Mrs. W. II. Ha/.iard , Mr. and Mrs.
II. M. Parks , Mr. anil Mrs. K. Sherwood ,
Mr. ami Mrs .James Boyle , Mr. and Mrs ,
J. S. Hangs , Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Lindsay ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Dill , Mr. and Mrs , C. K ,
Urtiqhurt. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dale. Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Dale , Mesdames C. F. Clark ,
William P. Murray , Walter Dallas. II , M
Jnrtl. ' , J. S. Thatcher. N. G. Ingersoll ,
Wead , Mls"cs Josephine Thatcher , Eva Man-
chchter , Messrs. Kdwanl Thatcher , Frank
Mead , Fred Wead , Jamea Sherwood , Walter
[ Jale , Louis Dale , Fred Palo.
Air. unit Mm. Ortnmti Knti-rtiilu.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ortman entertained
a party of friends at their home on South
Thirty-third street Wednesday evening , I'ro-
rcsslvo high five was played till 10:30 : , Mrs.
C. H. De Waal winning the ladles' first
> rze ! , while Mr. Christ Rounan captured the
.sentlcmen'H first prize. Mrs. L. D. Garner
and Willlo Mrgeath won the booby prizes ,
At 11 o'clock refreshment * were served , after
which Eevfral choice zither due lit were ren-
ilcrcd by Mr. Albert Ankele and Edward
Those present were : Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Ortman , Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Garner , Mr. and
Mrs. Charlrs Do Waul , Mr. and Mrs. E. It ,
Garner ; Misses Molllc Garner , Anna Ort-
nan , Frances Ret-se , Nclllo Garner , Pauline
Wilt , Lizzie Quealey. Kilo Fitzgerald ; Messrs.
Bert Strohm , Willie Mcgeath , Albert Ankclc ,
onrad Keller , C. C , Wilt , Olto Schllck ,
Loanard Burgett , Edward Schl ck , Gus
Quealey , C. R. Blundcll and Christ Pitman ,
For Miss Klssam , her guest. Miss Alex
ander Invited a few congenial friends to
unravel a scries of picture proverbs Wcdnes-
[ lay evening , the pictures , done In water
color , having Viecn painted by the hostess
and her guest. "A bird In the hand Is
worth two In the liush , " "A stitch In time
saves nine , " and others , were right cleverly
suggested by the young artists , and some
times they so deftly concealed the proverb
that It took no end of guessing on the part
of those who were asked to solve the rid
dles. \ Prizes were awarded Mr. Gilbert
and Miss Tukey for having most success
fully told the proverbs pictured , Dancing
followed , the guests being : Misses Alexan
der , Klssam , Norton. Tukey , Duryea , John
son , Cady , Colpetzer , Hartman , Drake ;
Messrs. Gilbert , Dletz. Short. Crummer ,
Clarke , Holdrege , Ritchie , Rosenater , John
son , Whltbread.
I'rrttlly Hurprlv < l.
A most delightful surprise party was
given'nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Stuart , Fifteenth and Ohio streets , Thursday
evening , In honor of their little niece Ellen
Arnold of Sioux. City , much of the success
of the function being diu to little Miss Brlcc ,
who was Indefatigable In her efforts to please.
Games were played until 11 o'clock , when re
freshments were served , after which ths
tired little ones departed for their homes.
Those Invited wcro : Katie Brlce , GeorgJ
Tennery , Edith Webb , Maggie Mulvlhlll , Helm
Mulvlhlll , Mable Parker , Elsie Menghdoat ,
Ethel Hazzard , Rosy Houska , Silva Voung ,
Nina Young , Ada Redman , Ellen Arnold ,
Anna Stuart , Jlmmle Brlce , Charlie Honska ,
Jlmmle Cramer , Paul Tennery , Eddie Ylng-
llng , Ralph Tingling , Charlie Cady. Fred
Cndy , Edward Shafer , Fred Shafer. Herbert
AVcbb , Eddlo Hazzard and Harry Stuart.
HurprUril 1111 lllx Illrtluluy.
A pleasant surprise party was given In
favor of Mr. Jacob M. Nachtlgall on- the oc
casion of his birthday , September 11 , having
been planned by Miss Anna A. Sandhoefner ,
assisted by Mr. Caspar Schneider , the affair
taking place at Miss Sandhoefner's resi
dence. Later the party adjourned to a hall
ol Sixteenth and Pine streets , where danc
ing WUH Indulged In. Those present were :
Mr. and Mrs. Sandhoefner , Mr. Caspar
Schneider , Mr. Martin Schneider' , Mr. Joseph
Hobrccht , Mr. Conrad Hug , Julius Wlchcrt.
Bernard Gonvald , Isador Kolm , Ed Augustine.
Ed Stcffy , Ed Lyman , Pat Calahan , Ed
Mahoney , Miss Rosle Dlngledlne , Mary
Dlngledlm * . Barbara Sandhocfnar , Fannie
Smith , Lola Chllds , ElU Chilcls , Augusta
Walmstrom. Annie Wolf , Augusta Klaffko ,
Annie Klaffko , Clara Smith. Helen Scliluctcr ,
Nellie Lynch ,
A Miionllnlit 1'lcnlc.
It Is , very seldom ono sees a moonlight
picnic so pleasantly carried out as that by
Miss Rcvcn and Miss Bailey on last Mon
day owning nt Hanscotn park. The
temperature was Just right for outdoor
gnir.e-a and everybody enjoyed the oppor
tunlty of Joining In the merrymaking. An
excellent supper , served by Miss Heywood
and Mlsa Hill , prec Hod the festivities.
Those who took part were : Misses Annie
Hoywood , France Gallltln , May Hill , Sadlo
Hill , Lottie Mack , Lulu Thiirber. Gertlo Stand
ard , Miss Ryan , Agnes Blandell , Marie David ,
Alvlns David , Agnes Burrell , Marie Bailey ,
Nnlilo Reven and Messrs. Charllo Rutelege ,
Ambrose Ellington , Ed Heywood , Frank
Nowcomb , J. Davis , Will White , Ed Plattner ,
Mr. Lepard , Mr. Torter , Sam Howe uml
A UollRhtrul Mclim IMrty.
An enjoyable melon party was given the
Hazel Terrace club Saturday evening by Mr ,
and Mrs. L. D. Garner "at their homo on
South Thirty-sixth street. Games were
played till 10 o'clock , when the party re
paired to the lawn , where melons wcro In
dulged In ,
Those present were : Mr , and Mrs. J. llal-
born , Mr. nnd Mrs. J , Trnmmer , Mr. anil
Mrs. Henry Graner , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graner ,
Mr. and Mm. E. D. Garner , Mr.and Mrs.
J. W. Garner , Mr. and Mrs , L. D. Garner ;
Misses Letly Kelly , Helen Black , Blanch
Zebrook. Eva Dicks , May Alexander. ' Ella
Garner. Eva Mnglll , Anna Kendall ; Messrs.
Edward BUck. Robert Graner , Christ Cooper ,
Rcy C'rllss , Jack Cook , James McCrea , A ,
Olson , David Garner.
TnHrliourty. \ .
A jolly company Riled the air of the city
and surrounding country with 'blasts from
bugles and tin horns Tuesday evening on
the occasion of a tally-ho party given In
honor of eeveral friends from abroad. After
a drive of three hours , the party was In-
vltrd to the home of Rov. AY. P , Ilellings ,
210G Douglas street , where a delightful lun
cheon wm served , und music and a general
good time Indulged In until Iho small hours.
Those forming the party were : Mrs. Dr.
Rldor of New York , Mr. and Mrs. Dlimn ,
Mlsas Dorspy , Stem , Arrlngdale , Dlxon , Mc-
Klhenuy , Smith , Hamlet and Helllngs , am :
Messrs. Buchanan , Morlson , Bunnell , Raw-
son , Allen , Haven , Stambaugh and Johnson
VouilR Mrll'4 Institute.
The delegates chosen to represent the
Young Men' Institute at the fifth annua
grand council of the organization which be
gins In Louisville. Ky. , on the 24th , leave
for thflr destination during- the week , A
tperlnl meeting of the Omaha council wf.
bo held at St. Phllomena's hall , Tuesday even
ing , for the purpose of Riving- the delegation
final Instructions on questions of general Interest -
terest to members. The matter of arranging
a series of "socUla. " for the fall and winter
eaton wilt also be considered. In past lea
sona these toclala have been a source o
profitable enjoyment to members and their
frlemlK. N'o effort * vi I lie spared to make
ha coming series equally sticcfsntul.
Doing * of Jlin lion Hue S\trll .
Mrs. J M. IMdy has gene east far fjulle an
Mrs. U. W. llotdregi- gave a circus parly
Mr. and Mr * . J. N. H. Patrick entertained
Mrs. R. H. Dailies returned from New
York City Thursday.
W. A. DeBord and wife have returned
rom their urddlng trip.
Mix * Sadie Brcun Is In Omaha , the guest of
Mrs. CharltB O. Sprague.
Miss Woolnorth U expected hontfr about
he rnlddlo ol next month , ,
Born , to Mr. nnd Mrs. M , A. Hall , Sunday
evening , September 9 , a son ,
Born To Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sargent ,
Friday , September 14 , a son.
Mrs , F. A. Brogan has returned to the
Madison , after a summer away.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kerr havb returned
rom a. ton days visit In Chicago.
Miss Grace M. Ford , n senior nt Wcllesley ,
eft Omaha Tuesday for college.
Dr. F. J. Krlebs and wife of Clkport , la. ,
are visiting relatives In the city.
Miss Gertrude Clarke left yytcrday for an
extended visit In New York City.
Mr. 0. K. Scofleld returned yesterday from
a three weeks' trip to New York.
Mrs , Martha Heth Is at home from a
month's visit at Colorado Springs.
Miss Louise Squires returns to her school
at Palncsvllle , 0. , next Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ilogcrn arrived home
from Kennebnnkport , Me. , yesterday.
Bishop anil Mrs. Worlhlngton have re-
turnel from tliclr summer by the sea ,
Mr , Oustav Wolff returned on Thursday
from a four months' visit to Germany.
Mrs , Charles Hull entertained a number of
friends pleasantly Wednesday afternorn.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Yntes entertained for
Colonel and Mrs. Ludlngton last evening.
Miss Perry , formerly of Lincoln , was the
guest of Jndgi > and Mrs. Doanc this week.
Misses Van Glcson. Grace Allen and Mabel
Taylor kavo this ucek for I.ii Sail ; seminary ,
Mr , J. M. Wilson has returned home from
a three months' trip to the Pacific coast.
Miss Maymo Hutchlnson , who has been
spending the summer east , returned yester
Miss Bertha Sloanc and Mlsa May Mount
go to Miss Grant's school , Chicago , about the
Mr. G. W. Mcgeath landed yesterday In
New York , after a threa months' trip In
Hon. and Mrs. Joseph H , Mil lard and Miss
Mlltartt sailed yesterday from Havre for
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will E. Hitchcock leave to
day for a week's visit with friends at Al
liance , Neb
Mrs. F. l . Brown of St. Paul , Minn. . Is
visiting \vlth her brother , II. E. I'lumb , 4308
Grant at reel.
The "Cteofan" will begin its year's work
September 10 at the Royal Arcanum parlors ,
Mrs. Minnie Heth Valll and daughter
have returned from Colorado and are at 1916
Dodge street ,
Miss Fowler has returned home from
DCS Molnes. where she has been visiting- the
The Misses Abigail and Elizabeth Wheeler
of Springfield. III. , are the guests of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Haller have' returned
from their season lit- Europe greatly bene
fited by the trip.
Miss Mac Mount leaves this week for Miss
Grant's school , Chicago , where she- will take
a finishing course.
Mrs. W. B. Magnan of Plattcvllle , WIs. ,
la spending n month at the home of her
brother. Rev. J. P. I ) . Llwyd.
Miss Klnslpr returned home last Saturday ,
having passed two months In Duluth , Min
neapolis and Big Stone Lake.
Mrs. T. J. Rogers and children returned
Monday from North Scltuate , Mass. , where
they have passed the summer.
Mrs. M. W. Stephens ot Now York City
la a guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Stephens ,
C01 South Twenty-first avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Day left last
Wednesday for Chicago , after having spent
a pleasant visit with her parents ,
Mrs , Wessels entertained a few friends at
tea Friday , who enjoyed meeting her slater ,
Mrs. Major Wessela , of Fort Robinson. Neb.
Miss Mame Hlgglns ot Chicago , who has
been the guest of her sister , Mrs. Wheeler ,
during the summer , returned home on Thurs
Miss Alice C. Heller , a graduate of the
Omaha HlKh school , class of ' 94 , Is in Mil
waukee , WIs , , attending the State Normal
Miss May Burns returned from Chicago
yesterday. During her protracted stay Miss
Burns was the guest of Mlas Phelps , In
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crelghton , and the
Misses Crelghton , returned homo on Sun
day last , after a delightful a u turner In
Many friends will be pleased to learn of
the rapid convalescence of Mrs. B. II. Bar
rows , who for two weeks past has been con
fined to her room.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rector started east
on Friday , where they will visit Niagara
Falls. New York City and other eastern
cltlss- before returning.
On account of the death ot Mrs. Charles
H. Norton the party which was to have been
given by Mlsj Drake last evening for Miss
Klssam was postponed.
Mr. and Mrs , Arthur B. Smith and their
son returned from the east last week , Mrs.
Smith having spent the summer at her old
home In Massachusetts.
Misses Sadie , Mary and Adeline Nash and
Mrs. Knlppenbcrg returned yesterday from
a month's outing In the Yellowstone park ,
Montana , Idaho and Utah.
Dr. Victor Rosewoter has a review ol
Bentlcy's "Condition of the Western Fanner"
In the September number of the Political Scl-
enco Quarterly Just Issued.
Miss Eltzebeth F. McCartney la visiting
friends In Omaha , after an absence of four
years In New York City. She returns to
the metropolis next Thursday.
Mrs. Ketcham-Dakln. the elocutionist , re
turned this week from her vacation trip to
Michigan and has resumed her work at the
Omaha Conservatory ot Music.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tallaferro and son left
last Monday for a visit of two or three weeks
among the eastern cities , including Boston ,
New York , Philadelphia nnd Washington ,
Miss Mary H. Smith. danghtJr of H. K.
Smith , has returned from a four weeks camp
ing trip In the "rockles. " She was the guest
of Btrs , Lillian Cooper of Pueblo , Colo.
J. Q. Burgncr and -wife are absent In Ohio
visiting their parents. They stopped enroute
at Chicago and Cincinnati , where Mr. Burg-
ner looked after some buslnejss affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Newman announce the
engagement of their daughter. Miss Addle
Newman , to Mr. Sam Frank. At home
Thursdays and Tuesdays In September.
In honor of Colrnel and Mrs. Luddington ,
who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
W. Yales , General and Mrs , Cowln enter
tained beautifully Friday evening at dinner ,
the guests being Colonel and Mrs. Ludlngton ,
Mr , and Mrs. J. N. H. Patrick , Mr. ami
Mrs. Yost , Mr. nnd Mrs. Yotcs , Mr. ami
Mrs. Coutant , covers being laid for twelve.
Last ovenlng Mrs. Clafltn hospitably ten
dered her charming homo , on the corner of
Thirty-first and Poppleton avenue , to the
Young Women's Christian association for a
lawn ( etc.
"La Cercle > Parlslen. " a French club , or
ganized two years ago under the direction
ot Mine. Lohure , will reopen November
1 , Mme. Lahure having concluded to remali
Dr. C , C. Allison entertained Mtsi Georgia
Cayvan of The Amazons company Tuesday
with a drive and luncheon. Dr. Allison was
an old schoolmate of Miss Cayvan back In
the Bay slat * .
Miss Clare Clurlton U to be married on
October 4 to Mr , John Van Twlcheren Reyn
ders. at the residence of her brother , Mr
Paul Charlton. In thla city. Mr , Reynderi Is
ot Pennsylvania Steel company , at Steel
In honor of Mr. W. II. Mlllard's birthday
Mr , Mlllard Invited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Charlton and Miss Chart
Ion. Mr. and Mm. John Wilbur and Mr. Boat
wick to supper Friday evening , these people
having spent the. summer together At Caluoui
on nclRhbdmrH-oounlrr places. Mr nnd Mrs
Mlllnnl arriveiUln town from I heir country
Mr. and Mrs. Mound have returned from
: hc national convention of dancing teachers
which m t Jn N'pw York last week , nnd will
b gln Ihe wintn'B work on Tuesday evening ,
children's classrs commencing next Saturday
Djvl.l . P. Campbell of Wlchltn. Knn. . Is
\ Isltlng his iinclu. J. tl. Cninpb II , on South
Twenty-nlntluift eot. He will leave Tuesday
evening foriVarihault , Minn.herc , tic will
Httcml the iftfatUicU Military school the cani
ng year , * H * *
Mrs. Ilasxvell T. demist left on Sunday for
New York , where she will \lnlt her daugh
ter , Mrs. Herbert After a sojourn of sev
eral ircpks Mrs Herbert and liifmil will re
turn with Mrs. I.urulst for a nUy of n month
or more among old friends.
Mrs lien F. Marti and her niece , Derness
Hess , have returned from Chicago , accom
panied by her niece , Miss Jessica Adella
Swlsher of Cedar Ilaplds , la. , who will
spend the winter with Mr. nnd Mrs. Marti
at their home , Twenly-sevenlh and Corby.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Henry Wyman
received her friends , It being her second re
ception day. The rooms were tastily ar
ranged , with cut ( lowers adorning mantels nnd
filling the daintiest ot vases. Mrs. Wyman
\ias assisted In receiving by Mrs. Drown ,
Miss Margaret Drown , Miss Mabel Halcombe ,
Miss Chandler and Miss Palmer.
i\n enjoyable evening with cards was
participated In nt the plcaiunt hnme ol Mr.
and Mrs. O. (3. Harris , Thirty-second street ,
-Monday evening , by Mr. ami Mrs. W. H.
C. Reynolds , Mr. und Mrs. Sol Dlotcky , Mr.
and Mrs. Allen P. Kly. Mlsa Daisy Rcy-
nolds , F. J , Koynolds and C. Kly. A
dainty lunch was served at 11:30 : o'clock.
The members of the La Jlosa Social club
met on Friday evening nnd decided to begin
their entertainments about the first of next
month , the first entertainment to be a card
party , given In the Royal Arcanum rooms
In The Dee building , and then a ball two
weeks later In Patterson hall. The 'officers
are : J. E. Van Dorn , president : F. D.
Buzell , vice president ; W. T. 1-Mghlll , secre
tary ; Ambrose Rlllngton , treasurer.
Prof. W. 1J. Chambers and wlfo have re
turned from Pstoskey , Mich. , a beautiful
summer resort on Lake Michigan , at which
place the professor acted as muster ot cere
monies. Mr. Chambers attended the conven
tion of dancing teachers , which met In New
York City the -Hit hist. , and Bays the new
dniic'ea for the coming season wilt be the
"Drunswlck Caprice , " "Two Step Quadrille , "
" 1894 Landers , " "Kaiser Gavotte. " the court
A delightful party was given by Mr. II.
M. Paige Tuesday evening at his beautiful
home on Park Wild avenue. Music by
Miss Shadier , Mr. Paige and Mr. Lowry
was very much appreciated. Many of the
latest games were played , after which ele-
saiitrefreshment * were served. Among
those present were : Misses H , Nlllson , M.
Shacffer. C. Curtis , L. Curtis , K. Kent ,
Messrs. H. M. Paige , P. Nester , .J. H. Kent ,
E. Lowry and J. I Idler.
A company comprising Misses Louie Drake.
Bessie Norton , Llla Alexander nnd her
KM oil , Miss Klssam , nnd Messrs.V1II Clarice ,
James Ritchie and Victor Hosoxvalcr , made
up a circus party on Monday In celebration
ot Miss Alexander's birthday anniversary.
The guest of honor unwittingly confided her
nge to one o ( the swarthy Kcyptlans who.
upon recovering from his astonishment ,
politely preseiijcd her with a souvenir spoon
.is a token ot > his Admiration.
A surprise party was given In honor ot
Mr. and Mrs. Mursar , Sherman avenue and
Clark street , last week , which re
sulted In an enjoyable time. Those
present wcrp ; Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Wood , Mr. , and Mrs. Kelly ; Mr. and Mrs.
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Pernay , Mrs. Haze.
Mrs. Field , Mcnd Mrs. Rivers , Mr. and
Mrs , E. W. Crayon , Mr. and Mrs. S. Hader ,
Mrs. AndersornjMd. and Mrs. Clay , and Mrs.
Itlley , Miss E. ' Crawford , Miss G. Crawford ,
Miss L. Saner. . Mis * Shelter. Miss Florence
Wood , Miss Mlllie < Mayes , Miss Mabel Jones ,
Miss Frances Fletcher , Miss n. L. Mayea.
Miss Etta Stonr Miss M , E , Lovejoy , Miss
C. E. Prince , Mls Marrlc Clay , Miss C. M.
Howler , MlsslClara Kneller. Mr. Potter , Mr.
L. Crawford,1 Mr.-Oreon. John Fowler. Mr.
Frank " Clay4.JMj > JJenry Clay , Miss B. _ Mk
Frank , Miss jK. L.'Cool-ami Mr. and Mrs.
Cummlngs. . , ' _
r.v i.oc.ir Mvsw.tr , VIHVT.KS.
' The following from Sir. Hans Albert U
self explanatory , and will set at rest rumors
o removal on Sir. Albert's part :
GEORGETOWN , Colo. , Scpl. 19. Notwith
standing the report that I shall not return
to Omaha this fall , circulated evidently by
some of my friends. ( ? ) , who seem anxious
to have me stay away. In order to further
their own interests , I wish to state most
emphatically that I will be In Omaha on
Wednesday , September 19. Any wishing to
see me on business will please call at my
studio , 302 Sheely block , on or after that
day , HANS ALBEHT.
The following Is the program which will
b given at the St. Mary's Avenue Congrega
tional church next Friday evening , seats tor
which are now on pao ! at the Y. M. C. A.
Sopnino. Miss Myrtle Coon ; nlto , Mrs.
A. P. Kly : tenqr. Mr. It. At.Velr ;
bass , Mr. A. O.-J'otter.
Duet llacnrollc Gounod
.Mrs. Illy uml Miss Johns.
Organ Solo Home , Sweet Home. 12tu < le
de Concert .Wenhani Smith
J. 13. Uutler.
Dass Solo The Two Grenadiers..Schumann
A. G. 1'otter.
Soprano Solo Nymphs ami Fnlrl < " . . . .
Allegro inolto from concerts in G minor
Solo piano , J. K. Butler ; organ ac-
compan'msnt. II , H.Mien. .
Alto Solo Recall Our Love Kevin
Tenor Solo The Sailor's Grave..Sullivan
Trio Lift Thine I.ycs Mcndvluohn
Misses Coon , Johns nml .Mrs. i-.ly.
Muster Wlnthrop Sailer , Ihe boy soprano
of Calvary church , Nsw York City , will sing
the offertory at the First Congregational
church this morning.
Messrs. Hans Albert and Joseph Gahm will
return this week from their summer outing
Mine. Muenterferlng will probably open the
musical section of the AVoman's club with a
recital , the program of which will bo of her
Among the attractions In the opera house
at Shelby , la. , during the coming fair week
will be the "T K" quartet. This will be
the first of a number ot engagements which
the club will fill thla season.
o/iw i-'Kti.oii.sr.ir c'/MTr.i.voon.i ,
Mnventleth Annlveriv > ry of tlio Sovereign
Uriiiid l.iu e-iV Ten-Day .SnnMun.
CHATTANOOGA , " 'Tenn. , Sept. IB. The
sevcnt'eth annual convention nf the Sovereign
Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of
Odd Fallows , which , will open In this city
next Monday , wlJU-he attended by probably
1,000 people. Hxtcnslvo preparations have
been made for tltr entertainment of the
delegates nnd vls&ors. The Sovereign Grand
Lodge will proBably occupy ten days. The
city will be handsomely decorated In honor
of the distinguished visitors.
A steamboat excursion on the Tennessee
river will bo given this afternoon.
Tomorrow special services will bo held In
the Protestant churches. At Lookout Inn
on Monday morning the visitors will ba
welcomed by Governor Turney , Mayor Ochs ,
Grand Master Blgham and Charles LandU
of Tennessee , nnd the response will be made
by C. II. Campbell , grandlse of the foreign
grand lodge. The battlefield of Chlck-
amauga will be visited Monday afternoon ,
Kx tn' I'lun tttlll Umlcelileil.
SAN FRANCISCO , Sept. 15. The fate of
General Antonio Ezeta and his three re
maining fellow refugees U still undecided ,
though the final argument on behalf of the
prisoners wag conclude this afternoon and
the law and the facts submitted to United
States District Judge Morrow. The coiwt's
decision , however , was withheld. Judge
MorroW announces that at many Important
points were Involved that ha fell bound to
give the case full consideration. He promised
a decision as eon an possible , probably next
week. Nearly the whole ot the pist week
was consumed by the attorneys In presenting
REACTION IN PLAY GOING
Heoaipta nt All the London Theaters llavo
Boou Uunsually Large ,
MANY NEW VENTURES BEING PREPARED
'llirntrlrnl Mttimgrr 1'iijrlnc ; tlic t'cti < illr nf
AihcrtUlns n Mtiir In .HiintU Typo
Connies * ItnmoU l , jt ri % tlm
unit Miikr * liwltli ! | tlrr
< CopjrlRlit l. HM ! , ly III ? Amoclnted I'rcts. )
LONDON' , Sejil. 16. The past vcofc In
theatrical circles lias shown obvious signs
of the long-delayed reaction In i > layioliiK
and play-producing. There Is iilenty of
novelty on the boards and the receipts at
the various theaters were generally hlfih.
Jinny of the houses were crowdedOn Thurs
day Trafalgar opened ; last night the Jloyalty
began Us season and tonight Drury Lane and
the Opera Comlquc throw open their doors.
Sir AtiKUStus Harris has altered and Im
proved Urtiry Lane Inside and out , and has
staged his new play , "Derby Winner , " an
exciting sporting drama , In tlic popular man
ager's very best style. The scenery anil
stage settings nrc really magnificent. The
big scenes arc the grand ball , TuttersnlPs
and the derby. "The Derby Winner" Is In
four acts and has thirty-seven principals In
The Trafalgar product was "The Chi m-
man , " a farcical comedy not distinguished by
any great originality , but containing plenty
of ijood business and merriment. Clclly
Itlclianls and John Tresater scored , but the
great success of the evening was Udlth Ken-
ward , who was enthusiastically received In
a poor part that of a circus rider.
Slg. Tostl's opera , which he has writ
ten especially for the edification of the queen ,
liaa hoen put In rehearsal at Balmoral , under
the ( Unction of the royal amateur stage man
ager , Hon. Alec Yorltc. Princess
Hentrlcc Is to try one of the principal roles
and some of the Uattenborg children will
appear among the "supers. "
The libretto by .Mrs. Hervey , deals with an
Imaginary romantic adventure In the life of
Marie Antoinette , anil the music Slg. Tostl
has written It rather reminiscent of his
songs , though It Includes several new draw
ing room melodies. The ensemble music Is
TKimY'S iN'EVV VENTURE.
"The Ulue lloar , " the now farcical comedy
by Messrs. Louis N. Parker and Thornton
Clark ( Murray Caia n ) , which will be keen
at Terry's later Iti the year , when Mr. Terry
returns to the London boards , Is said to be
very diverting. The scene of the play 1s an
old-fashioned country Inn the Dlue Uoar
In whose parlor assemble an aesthetic poet ,
an eccentric old gentleman , who refused to
divulge his name , and a mysterious traveler
who disguises himself as a waiter , partly to
find that rest which globe trotting can never
afford and partly lo escape from his wife.
This disguised waiter , Robert Iloneydetv ,
Is Mr. Terry's role. To them enter a buxom
landlady and her pretty niece , and , of course ,
the very wife whom Honeydew la doing Ills
best to evade. She appears under the formid
able title cf Dr. 1'rendergast , M. IX , K. G.
C. S. , etc. , and Is "a type" of the now
women whose supposed leading motive is
at once controverted , for Dr , I'rendergast Is
In pursuit of the second husband , apparently
being unable to exist without him. Hut In
the second act the materialized body of her
first spouse appears In the personage cf the
anonymous traveler , and the lady vixen Is
pleasantly removed from the path of the de
spairing Honpydew , who marries the' land
lady of the Blue Itoar after the fall of the
curtain. Honeydew In Mr. Terry's hands Is
a waiter whose service Is one constant de
For downright niiggestlcn one must go to
Paris , -where the talk of the town Is "La
Revue Deshabille , " at the Cafe des Ambassa-
deura , u "skit" on which many London en
tertainment caterers have cast longing eyes.
The scene represents a lady's bed room and
the fair occupant , when the curtain rises. Is
still In bed. After her maid has brought the
chocolate she rises , appearing In a short pale
blue silk chemise , cut open at the sides , and
a pair of black silk stockings with dulnty c 1-
ored garters. She lakes up her corset and
prepares to put It on when she Is prevented
by the arrival of the hair dresser. A second
attempt to dress Is Interrupted by a visitor
who obtains admission by sending In a check
as a visiting card. The amount being in
sufficient , ho raises the limit with a second
check , and finally places his whole fortune at
the lady's disposal. With a tcuch of pru
dence , after this recklessness , he Installs
himself as master of ( he house , The Ameri
cans In Paris ore frequenting the show , and ,
because of not understanding French , prob
ably dd not find It naughty nor out of keepIng -
Ing with French life as pictured by the
French themselves ,
PERILS OF SM\LL TYPE.
Every theatrical manager at one timeor
another linn been taught the perils of small
type In announcing an artiste. October will
sets the trial of an action at Liverpool
wherein Lady Manscll will seek from the
lessee of the Park Pulace music hall to ob
tain substantial damages for putting her
name on the bills In small type. Eminent
London counsel have been retained for the
plaintiff , and presumably the claim "will
rest on the fact that anything under "ten-
line pica" was an Insult to the lady's reputa
tion. If Lady Mansell succeeds , she will
have added another to the many troubles
which beset the path of theatrical managers.
The Royal Choral society has arranged
Its 1891-95 season at the Albert hall. The
society will produce the "Messiah , " "Eli
jah , " "Israel In Egypt , " "Redemption , "
Ilerllose's "Faust" and Arthur Sullivan's
"Golden Legend. "
"King Saul , " the oratorio by Dr. Humbert
Parry , which will bo heard for the first
tlm& at the Birmingham festival , will be
repeated at Albert hall February , 1833.
Mr. Edward Lloyd will slug the role of
David , which ho is to create , and Miss Marie
Ilrema and the other Birmingham soloists
liavo been retained for the London produc
Edward Jakobowsky. the composer of "I3r-
mlnle , " has contracted to write a new opera
for Lillian Russell from a German libretto.
It Is to be finished In time for Miss Rus
sell's London season of 1895. Jakobowsky
la also under contract 16 write the music
for ' 'Le Carlrnede TItlne , " a libretto by MM.
Chlvot and Duru , the French librettists.
The work la being done for Francis Wil
son , and Is the * first to see the light of day
at Abbey's theater , September 11 , 1839.
Brandon Thomas Is to furnish the libretto
and Jakobowsky the music for an opera
for Francis "Wilson's season of 1K9C.
A burlesque of "The Masqucraders" Is
promised during the autumn at the Avenue
theater with. It Is said , the full approval
of Mr. Henry Arthur Jones.
Mlas Kate Vaughn ( Mrs. Arthur Wellesly )
Is convalescent , after n trifling Illness , and Is
busy preparing a drawing room entertain
ment u la Grain Grossmlth-Solomon-Anthony ,
with some Vaughan thrown In , It Is due
about October 1 , and In It Miss Vaughan will ,
liavo the assistance of Mr. U. J. Lcthcourt.
Countess Russell , after the circulation of
n number of rumors that she was going back
to her husband , has finally left the stage
for good. It Is said , and has become recon
ciled to her husband.
The countess will b ? remembered as the lady ,
nee Scott , who. In 1891 , applied for a divorce
from her husband , Earl Russell , on a number
of grounds. Including Illtreatment of an out
rageous nature and Infidelity , The affair was
one of the society icandals of the day and
the revplatlons. In court shocked nearly all
who read or heard them. In April of the
present year Countess Russell brought suit
against her hushafid for the restitution of
her conjugal rights. The count declared his
Intention of iletcndlng the suit Counsel for
Iho carl contended that is the countess , In
Ihe dlvorco court where she wn noniulted
and hail to pay th ? cost * , amounting to $25-
000 , had falsely charged htm with crutlty
anil offenses against decency , It would bo
Impossible for them lo live toccther.
Therefore the earl believfd that the appli
cation should bo dlsmlfscd without n hear
ing , The Judge , however , decided that the
ncllon must proceed , n IIP could not give
Judgment without knowing the fact * . Hut
when the catc was upon the point nt being
tried the carl and countesi were brought
together by mutual friends and It was under
stood that n reconciliation was In prospect.
This. It now appears , turns out to be correct
and Karl Russet and his countess are once
more living on friendly terms.
AB.E TAKING TO BOWLING.
( rriiinii Trntn * limp Itrrn Iliivliif ; l.Urly
rnutr tft on tin * < \lln > n.
Bowling , which Is kiipp scd to date from
the period of prehistoric man , when It fur
nished sport to him In a primitive way , has
beun given a new Impetus here of late by
the series of match games on the bowling
alley as arranged and commenced last week
by the north and the south side howling
alley clubs of the city , and the great legiti
mate American game , as It has been called ,
bids fair to receive considerable attention
fr.m German cltlzsim. In ( he cast the lat
ter have Introduced many novelties Into It
from time to time , and In Omaha ' .ho game
has always Interested colerlcs of congenial
spirits , who move about In the same circle ,
but their playing has b.'cn spasmodic and
with a view to exercise mid recreation only.
At different times four tr live players would
agree lo meet on certain private or public al
leys end tlieru M tills away an evening over
balls and pins , much the same as casual
card players find pastime In a game of high
five. Those having a deeper Interest In downIng -
Ing the ten pins , and some of whom had
reached n mure advanced stage of pklll In
the game , agitated the subject for some tlmo
and finally concluded to match regularly or
ganized teams against each other.
The first of tiiese games was played last
Wednesday evening on Muellers' ban ling al
ley on Vlnton street. The game was played
under the rules promulgated by the National
Bowling association. J. F. C. Humour. Wil
liam Butt , William Kopke , Harry Tlbke ,
Henry Schroeder , Peter Schroeder , Theodore
Ilcuck. Herman Dcselln and John Bush
composed the team from the north side club ,
and Fritz Mueller , Otto Mueller , Edward
Vchrs , U. Plckard , F. Hcnrichs , Charles
Stahmer. William Kleck , Peter Elsasscr and
II. Annbrust of the south side club met to
show their skill In the Initiatory game for
a medal. As umpire , Christ Grot mark was
chosen , and for captains , Henry Schrocdcr and
William Kleck. The alley IB roinexvliit short
of the regulation length , but no objection
\VIIB made to this by any of Ihe contestants.
Some fairly good playing wax witnessed
when at 8:20 : the game was called and n
number of spectators were In attendance.
Numerous strikes , spares and breaks ,
which the different deliveries are denomi
nated , \\eiv made by bowlers of cither * lde.
No underhand work was attempted , and , for
the three and one-half hours that the bowl
ing continued , only a good naturcd discussion ,
brought on by n lack of thorough familiarity
with the complex rules , marked the evening.
In the following simpler game of nine pins
all was amity Itself. When the score for
the first ten Innings of three balls each was
counted , Charles Stahmer of the south side
was declared to have made the greatest num
ber of points , with 1ST , but the grand total
for his entire team fell twenty-btx points
short of the opposing forces , the north side
having 1,070. In the nine pin match the
south side was again worsted by the higher
number of total points , which were forty-
three for the semi-professionals from North
Omaha and thirty-six for the amateurs from
the couth end. This means an all around
loss of the first game to the south side club
and a shutting out from the medal unless
the players retrieve their reputation In the
concluding twenty Innings , to be played In
the future. While Individually , the Bouthendcrs
were superior , they were beaten by the
higher average of the northenders. One
hundred and one points was. the ; lowest for
the latter and elgMy-five fbr the former
in the ten pin game and In the nine pin the
total score stood 43 to 38. In case the points
at dispute In the last Inning of the first game
shall finally be decided In favor of William
Butt , the first-mentioned team's grand total
may yet be swelled by nineteen points ,
Butt , under the rules , maintains that credit
for an additional strike and spare should _
liavo been given him , so that 1(0 ( would bo cn
titled to 143 points , Instead of the 11M , which
the scorers accredited him with.
Following Is the complete score : North
Sdo ! club Kopke. 121 ; Butt , 124 ; Tlbke. 133 ;
r. Schroeder , 101 ; H. Schroeder , 143 ; Henck ,
127 ; Bcselln , 11G ; Bush , 101 ; Rumohr , 114.
South Side F. Mueller , 131 ; O , Mueller , 11G.
Vchrs , 118 ; Plekard , 10 ; Henrietta , 143 ;
Stahmer. 157 ; Kle-ck , 09 ; Elsasser , 95 ; Arm-
brust , 85 ,
The remaining games are to be played on
the alley belonging lo Oscar Manger at the
Trriilniiul i\Ml > l\ors.irv.
Treubund lodges Nos. 47 , Cl , 54 and 96 will
unite tcday in celebrating the anniversary
at the order , at which a new banner and
American flag arc also to be put forth.
The celebration Is to take place In Germanla
hall. During the forenoon visiting members
of outside lodges will be accorded a proper
reception , and the afternoon is to bo pened
with an overture by the Union Pacific band.
Eight young ladles arc to present the flag
to the combined lodges , and Dr. Edward
WIrth has promised lo deliver the principal
address on the occasion. Fritz Frcltag Is
another who will have something to say on
the alms and objects of the ledge. Later
in the day the members will form In proces
sion for a parade through the principal
streets , with ladles In carriages preceding.
The affair Is to be closed with a ball In the
SellllC3t,7nrout t'nntlmiril Tnilny ,
With favorable weather prevailing today
the Omaha Schuetzenvereln's eighth annual
tournament , which Is to be continued at
Hiiser's park , beginning at 8 o'clock a. m. ,
will have a fair attendance , Great Interest
In the affair was manifested last Sunday ,
but the unceasing rain of that day prevented
visitors from attending. Shooting on the
King target for the King medal will bo the
special feature for members today , while
visitors are to be entertained by an elaborate
musical program , games and bowling all y
r.nrnl Coriiutu < lo Mi. |
The Saengerbund Is contemplating giving
a grand concert.
Charles Herbertz and William Segelke
are at Colfax , la. They will probably make
an extended stay.
John Roslcky , editor of the Pokrok
Zspadu , has been confined to his bed with
li'ng trouble for several weeks.
Prof , Krlcscl , who has closed a season's
engagement at Courtland beach , promises
to wring fame and wealth from a cruel
world by making a tour of eastern cities
with his trained dogs.
Saengerbund members are agitating the
subject of providing the society's hall with
11 new stage and settings. Costly comple
ments of fccencry are lo adorn It , The pro
ject promises to meet with success.
WILT. UK AU Ai/rr.v.
Merchant * of iloliuNtntrii Ilechle Not to
Claim llaiiiHKes for Iliu I'lunil ,
JOHNSTOWN , Pa. , Sept. 15. After the
great Rood a fund of Jl.GOO was raised by
business men hero to pay for the prelim
inaries toward Instituting suit for damages
against the South Fork Fishing club , on ac
count of the flood. A fee of $1,000 was paid
to lawyers for an opinion , which was not
favorable , and at a final meeting last night
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
the Idea o ( brltiRlRR nltva whollyMmn
donded a ml tin ? remai niter o ( DIG fund Itirnc4
over la the lionpltal. This will cml all further
thought of claims for damn n na n number
of Individuals who hml thought of bnnnlnic
suit Mill now clvo It up.
I'onmtVlth III * Tli rout Cut ,
MKMl'IMB , Tcnn. , Seil | , IS , A while man
was found today on the Mctitiilils & Charles
ton road ust outsit ] ? the eily limits \\M > liu
throat cut from ear (4 ( ear and almost speech
less. He Rlvcs his name n Paul Ilurko and
says ho was cut by Jolm-Klctcher. KleUlici
hasi not yet boon arrested llurke's condition
Madame f ale fi Eureka Remedies
Pri'o Treatment with 12.00 Purchase.
TUUKISIl liATIIS FOR LAIHI3S.
SATISFACTION tUIAltANTITI ) .
Mrs. A.S , CONVERSE
Su'to 109 mil 110 Dee Buildiuj ,
OMAHA , NIII. :
The Comedians. iSI THEATR
ff Wits ,
JARVIS. LEE MaKncc Wednesday.
MUST TIMK IIKIIK.
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ilon , Knirl.uiO.
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Supported by lh ( > T. .iillni ;
KxpoiH-nlH ot I'ollHhiHl Com
edy on tlm AiiK'rlcan State.
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7 ( 18 and 19i
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"Sid Koss" Bill Hoey
( l ite of I2xnn & Hoey. )
AND HIS COMPANY , INCU'13
= = - - - - JOHN C. RICE =
( I.ntL' of Momoo & Illci- , )
IN THF : xnu" COMKDY-
nr < > sDtnc of tile BOIIRH IncUlwtnt lo Uio
coinulr : "The Nmiclity Omtlnoni : , " "Slrolllnn
'Hound Iho Town , " " ' "
"The Dnliily I'oUrc'i CoDn ,
nnil "The Slaii Who Itioliu the Itimk. at Mnnte
llox iliMts open thla warning ill n-culnr pi lien ,
BOYD'S I THURS.FRI.SAT. .
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Matinee y.itinilay ,
From tha Umplit * Thniln > Now Veils ,
IIIK Ita srcal HUCCCKD ,
In the name manner im neon 21) ) nlclils In .New
Thp Company : Henry Mlllpr. Wllllnin Fnvpilm-n
Mary Hamilton. Miirtrnrct Oruvrn. llnhort IM.
eson , W. II. Thompson , AKIK-S Miller , W. II.
Cromiitnn. M.iy Uulinon , Trunk Mills , H. Y.
llackuH , ( JeiipvleviJlcjnolilK. . John Horrmlz.
Arthur Ilnylan , J. I' . Whitman.
Sale opens Wednesday. Prices riral Iteor SI M :
balcvfly 7Ic und Jl.W.
Opening of Mr , and Mrs. ItlornnU' S
Dancing School. Adults , Tuesday ,
Sept , 18tli , 8 p. m. Children ( be-
ginncrs ) , Saturday , Sept. 22nd , JO
a. in. ; ( advance ) , 2 p. in. Call for
HALL ECONOMY ,
Wo uro mak
ing1 n specialty
of Hull "Junl-
'Icntals , "
la unusual ly
8mull or Inter
sected by win-
dowsaml ( loorn ,
it Is of ton much
better to fur *
nlrili it In nop
in u n ts rather
than by complete pieces.
Thus , a Hull Stand subdivides itself
into a I frill Mirror , a Hull Table nnd u
Hull Chair. There muy bo ( jowl light
for the Mirror hcsldo \yindow , the
Tublo cuii bo placed under tha Hluira and
the Chair in the corner. Thus tllrco
pieces uro Htowoa , when a regular Hull
Stand would have boon Impossible.
Again. The Hull Stand boinp larffo
naturally dwnr/a the slzo of the Hall ,
But divide it into thrcu parts a-nl It In
rightly proportioned to tlio apartment.
Don't buy anything in Una furnlturo
line without looking through our stock.
Chas. Stiiverick & Co.
FURNITURE of Every Description
Temporary Ixxuttlon ,
J1 O inn ! J'JUH Innuln * HlrooJ.
UILLAIID 1IOTKL UUW.C
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