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THE OMAIIA DATLT SUNDAY , OOTOJiER 28. 181M.
SOUVENIRS FOR HALLOWE'EN '
Cotillion raTore Which Are Suggested for
All Souls' Eve.
SOCIETY UNBENDS DURING THE PAST WEEK
ut Mli llnlch niitlMr , Itoed nt the
Jlnlcli llcflldencn Sumo .Hatter * of
of HID Stcclll.
Some merry , friendly counta ( oiks
Tcfjcther illtl convene ,
To burn their nits , an' pou their stocks ,
An1 baud their Halloween ,
Fu'blythe that night.
FashlonaWo folks are doing thelr'frlvollng
less , and less In tlio town and more and moio
nt their country seats. Halloween , which , is
all the world knows , comes on the. last day
pf October , and In the heart of the Indian
summer , Is an Ideal fete for the Jolly house
parties that arc making merry In Lenox and
Tuxedo and all along the line of the autumn
stamping grounds of the smart sot.
To make a short story of several detached
chapters , culled from order books. Halloween
is to bo given over this year to feasting and
dancing , and midnight trick revels that are
to be robbed of their grewsomeness out of
consideration for the timidity of the timer *
ous and dtvested of the moro boisterous
bumpkin antics out of regard for elegant
Belindas ami Dobbins who do not like to
ruin their toes bobbing for apples In a tub ,
and doing similar feats of the peasantry.
There are to be any number of dinner par
ties on Halloween , with dancing for the after
math ; and for the cotillion , without which
a dance nowadays Is like a bird without a
Bonn , nil ( lie favors nro being ordered with
cBpocl.il reference to the manifold folk talcs
of the Scottish country folk , from -whom
moat of the Halloween tricks and trumperies
liavo been handed down.
Foremost are the Brownies ,
Good fairies , good luck. The Brownies done
into gold , and enamel , some ot them of spe
cial magnificence , by private order , Into pre
cious stones , arc harbingers of fair fortune ,
nnd 33 such , nru the star Halloween gifts
of the season.
The "nits , " as the peasantry of Scotland
call nuts , will be named and toasted In the
big hall fireplaces of many a ( Ino country
house , but tlie modern maid does not like
to avow her flirtations propensities by openly
naming the nuts , and for her especial delec
tation there nro Halloween nuts this year
In gold ami silver that open when n tiny
spring Is pressed , disclosing a trinket case ,
In which a bauble of elegant workmanship
reclines , mayhap a ring , perhaps a thimble
for mademoiselle's embroidery or charity
A. slick pin that has been designed for n
Hal.lowcen gift gels Us cue from the line of
Burns' Halloween "Pou the stocks , " or rather
from the superstition that the poet there re
fers to. Pulling the stalk of a Kale plant
Is the first of the old ceremonies of the even
ing , and the silversmiths , and goldsmiths
Iiavo made all their tiny stalks straight and
fair , to show that the omen Is a good one.
Of candlesticks there Is an Infinite variety ,
with one or two especially made for the eve
of All Saints mysteries. Ono that has a
mischievous sprite Cor a holder Is quaint and
bound to supply at least one extra face In
the looking glass. Another odd little holder
Is the stem of an apple , the fruit forming
Ono of the most elegant gifts for a falre
ladyo on Halloween will be a triple mirror
with candelabra attachment , a desideratum
of the dressing room that comes high , but
Is so useful the year round It's one of the
best of tokens for the season.
Uesldos the coatller gifts , there are any
unmber of comparatively Inexpensive trink
ets that answer for German favors , among
thorn being many times "twa red cliccklt
apples , " made In natural hues of silk and
crepe paper , and also some trick apples that
open to disclose bonbons.
The fad of every hostess. Is to have unique'
favors , and this presupposes a specially de
signed supply. For n house party In the
Jlerkshlres there arc being made some witch
caps and brooms , and fcir the men some
fantastic "Junipers , " all of which are to be
donned Just before midnight , In which to
york some spells that are to take place In
a huco now barn on the estate.
In the Holloxteen supper that is to follow
the place of honor Is to he given to a dlsli
of "buttor'd so'ns , wl1 fracrnnt iunt , " pre
pared by the Scotch recipe , sowens with but
ter In place of milk , forming the chief ar
ticle of diet on a properly observed Hal
Uniqueness rules. It also costs. The nov
elties of the season are largely prepared to
flll private orders , but the dealers report a
growing demand for trinkets symbolizing spe
cial fetes , and for this general trndo that
has not arrived at the munificence of having
epoclat designs made to their order , nothing
fs In greater demand than the Hrownles.
who In their several shapes upon their sev
eral plus will go "afT careerln' fu' blythe
that nlcht. "
of Mil * ThiKlo Hatch.
The marriage of Miss Thfrde Balch , daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs , B. E. Balch , ana Mr.
Abraham lj. need was solemnized Tuesday
afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Vary ROY. C. 1 1.
Gardner , dean of Trinity cathedral , offi
ciating. Like the wedding of Miss Balch
mid Mr. Coles a fortnight previous , the wed
ding of Tuesday was a very quiet , but very
beautiful ceremony , only the families of the
contracting parties being present and a
mutual friend or two. The bride wore her
traveling gown and carried a bouquet of vie
lets. Following the nuptial rltoa a wed
ding luncheon was served , Mr. and Mrs ,
Heed leaving by the Burlington for Chicago
cage , New York und the- east on a month's
trip , to be at homo In time to eat Thanks
giving turkey nt the residence of the bride's
parents. These In attendance upon the
ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Frank John-
eon. Mr , and Mrs. Isaac Coles , Miss Grace
Hlniebaugh. Mr and Mrs. Colca and Mr.
M > d Mrs. Heed will reside- with Mr. and Mrs.
Dalch until the families build homes of their
own in , the west part of the city.
Tniyiior unit O'lomior.
In the presence of a great number of their
friends Miss Ellen O'Connor of this city and
Mr , Thomas Tray nor of Chicago wcro united
In marriage Tuesday last , The ceremony
took place In St. Phllomena's cathedral and
Bras fallowed by high mass , Father Galvtn
being celebrant. During the services the
liymn "Holy Virgin Qulda Tholr Footsteps"
was beautifully rendered by the choir. The
lirldo waa becomingly and modestly attired In
a neat costume of tulle do moire , Mr. M.
O'Connar ami Miss N. Traynor officiating re-
rpcctlvoly as best man and bridesmaid.
The wedding breakfast was served at the
home of the bride's mother and was partaken
of by a few Intimate friends and relatives.
Many appropriate gifts and remembrances
were received. In the evening many called
to extend Ihelr congratulations to the happy
couple , the evening being pleasantly spent
until It was time for the bride and Broom to
flepart for their future home In Chicago.
Previous to the departure the bride threw
the marrlago roses , which were caught by
her alster , Agnes.
1'lnjroil Cnr l nc llolbronk'n.
The "II. T. Card Club" tret with Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Holbrook , 1401 Madison
atenue , Thursday evening.
TUoao present were : Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
\ > nCourt. Judge and , Mrs. Bradley , Dr. and
Wr . Park. Sir. and Mrs. A. C. Powell , Mr.
And Mrs. B. A. McAllister , Mr , and Mrs.
JTred UUCP. Judge and Mrs , Ferguson. Mr.
and Mrs. P. B. Collins , Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Illddall. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Lourle.
Tha gentleman's prize was won by Judge
CVrguion , and the lady's by Mrs , Van Court.
The selection of partners was made with
conundrums , the question being glren. to
tha K\mtlem n , while the ladles had the
One wsa : "What It the nobbiest thing
"Tho doorknob. "
Another ! "What la the difference between
Mi auction and aeaslcknetsT"
"One Is the sals of effect i , the other the
Mfeoti of a sail. "
Mum Wm the Word ,
The young friends of Ed Boyer save him a
Very pleasant surprise Friday night at his
borai at Forty-second and Cumlng itreets.
purlnff the evening many enjoyable games
jrwe Indulged in and tUe compiny was
favored with solos by Ouernslo Anderson ami
Devore I'nrmer and a duel by Lester Hutchrt
Inson and Devoro farmer. Dainty refresh-
mcnts were served.
The Invited guests were ! Julia Drowsier ,
Catherine Oonrton , Nellie Gregg , Jeanctle
Miller. May Olbban , Mlnrlo Hsm Iton , Eleanor
Southers , May Seaman , Kdlth Anderson ,
Rintna Oocrne , Helen Spencer , Adelc Ilynn ,
ICUIe Anderson , Minnie Missel , Florence Bur
roughs , Il.itlle Mitchell , Annie Hntncr , Ethel
Spencer , May Smith. Earl Ilewey , Lester
Hutchlneon , bevoro I'armer , Frank Wnrnlg ,
Harry McCumber , Frank Fltzpatrlck. Claude
Mason , Russel Harris , Ed Burgess , Ouernslo
Anderson , Charlie Wagner , Will Anderson ,
Don Seaton ,
'Midst ferns and smllax , white ribbons
nnd delightful gowns , and , ns Iho music ot
Mcndolssohn'a wedding march , discoursed
by an Invisible mandolin orchestra , filled
the air with Joyous strains , Harry Capron
Miller and Augusta Marie liauman plighted
tliclr troth Wednesday evening. Rev. A. J.
Turkic of the Kountze Memorial church per
formed the wedding ceremony In the south
parlor ot the Hauman residence on Sher
man avenue. The bride Is essentially on
Omaha girl , having always lived here , while
the groom Is an eastern man , only having
resided In Nebraska seven years , during
which time lie has been assistant cashier of
the South Omaha National bank.
The eye-pleasing colors , pink and white ,
were predominant throughout the house , In
the decorations nnd In the costumes of those
assisting at the happy event. The bridesy
tnalds. Miss Minnie Baurnan. a sister of
the bride , and Miss Bailey , were tastefully
attired In gowns ot pink silk , which formed
a beautiful background for the white satin
costume of the bride , enhanced by a large
bunch of bridal roses. Mr. Harry Wright
of Boston was best man and Mr. Otto Bau
man groomsman. Two pictures were Knth-
urine Klutsch and Lucille Griffith , 'n pink
nnd white , as ribbon girls , while sweetest
of all was Gusslo Klutsch. the ring bearer , a
namesake of the bride. A great many hand
some presents were received , and the bril
liancy of the affair was heightened by the
hundred or more society people who were
The honeymoon trip Is to St. Louis , nnd
from there by steamer to Memphis , thence
visiting the extreme south , returning to
1G07 Sherman avenue , where Mr. and Mrs.
Miller will bo at homo after the 15th ot
M'rdcllnR III High I nthollu Circle- * .
St. Phllomena's cathedral was Iho scene
of a pretty wedding Tuesday morning , when
Misa Cathcrlno It. McKlroy of Ihls city was
united in marrlago to Mr. Joseph F. Boss
of Drummond , Wis.
The largo church was well filled with
friends ot the young folks. At 3 o'clock
promptly the wedding party , preceded by the
ushers. Messrs. Clarence V. Furay , A. J.
Smith , n. E. MacDonagh and Edward S.
rtiray , appeared , nnd advanced at once to
the altar rail , where the Impressive service
of the Cathollo church was read by Rev.
Father Carroll , pastor of the cathedral , as
sisted by Father Walsh of St. Peter's church.
Miss Bessie McKlrny , sister ot the brlilc ,
actel as bridesmaid , and Miss Agnes , another
sister , was the flower girl. All were charm
ing In dainty white gowns , The groom was
attended by Mr , Augustus Quoaley. After
the wedding ceremony a nuptial high mass
was sung by the full cathedral choir , with
Father Carroll as celebrant. The church was
beautifully decorated with palms and white
ribbons. When the church services were
ended the wedding party proceeded to the
home of the brlde'a parents , Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. McElroy , G12 South Eighteenth street ,
where a , breakfast was found waltlne. An
Informal reception was held by the young
couple during the afternoon , many of their
friends calling to offer congratulations. The
bride's grandmother , Mrs.Genernl O'Brien , nnd
Misses Margaret , Elizabeth ami Frances
O'Brien ' assisted the young folks in entertain
In the evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Boss de
parted for St. Paul , and , after a short trip
In the east , will go to Drummond , where
they Intend making their future home. Mr.
Boas resided In Omaha until about two years
ago. when he removed to Drummond to ac
cept n promotion with the company in whose
service he was engaged.
The ( SeMen Huok Club.
This club held Its fifth weekly meeting
Wednesday ovenlng , being entertained by Its
chef , Mr and Mrs. Hendrle having kindly
placed their residence at the disposal ot Dr.
Dickinson. The occasion was. unusually
agreeable , the club having provided itself
with all necessary "accessories lo enable It
to successfully carry out Its particular ob-
Jecl. The menu waa more than ordinarily
complete , and although the chafing dish oc
cupied the placa of honor , other appetizing
dhhes were provided , the lady members
being specially remembered. Mr. R. C.
Baughman was enabled to successfully dis
tance all aspiring rivals for the presidency.
Thcro being a tie for the vice presidency
lira. J. M. Hendrle was unanimously elected.
Bath officials acknowledged the honors with
graceful and appropriate remarks , and the
president waa decorated with the club's
badge. Dr. E. N. Mosser was elected per
manent medical adviser and assumed charge
of the physical condition of the club , It
was decided to have a club emblcmi con
sisting ot a chafing dish emblematic , a buck
rampant and a stomach pump repousse ,
After the cloth was removed and the room
cleared away Miss Mary Hartell , having
been Initiated , gave the most charming and
Instructive ) Illustrations of Delsarte's divine
methods , three members of the club assist
ing her In pantomime. The sixth meeting
will be held Hallowe'en , when an appropriate
spread will be had , followed by Interesting
musical and literary exercises. The prop
aganda of the club Is making Its way with
rapidity nnd there are rumors of several
rival organizations. In the meantime it
should be kept In mind that there la only
one "original and genuine" Golden Buck
club In the city.
\Vt' rnr of tint Crown I'lay Illgh-I'lve.
The Royal Arcanum parties are affairs
where everyone has a pleasant time and
Tuesday night a high flvo party was chosen
as tha means of amusement. As rewards
for their cleverness prizes were presented to
Miss Uoollng nnd Mr. A. W. Scrlbner.
Splendid refreshments completed the fullness
of pleasure which the following experienced :
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Murray , Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Sheldon , Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Baugh
man , Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Bender. Mr. and
Mrs. I. O. Rhoades , Mr. and Mrs. C. Vossler ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Kllppel , Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Klddor. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sackett ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. La toy , Mr. and Mrs. G. II.
KclleyMr. and Mrs. W. II. Mllroy. Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. D. Foster , Mr. and * Mrs. A. P.
Connor , Mr. nnd Mrs.V. . S. Heller. Mr. and
Mrs , A.V. . Scrlbner , Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Gregory , Mr. and Mrs. James Burness , Mr ,
nnd Mrs. C. S. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Salisbury , Mr. and Mrs. A. J. VIerllng. Mr.
and Mrs. U. B. McKelvey , Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Hutchlnson. Mr. and Mrs. McGllton , Mrs.
Dyball , Mrs. Hayward , Misses Doollng. Dy
ball , Digger. Messrs , C. 13. Koyos , George n.
Dyball , T. P. Wilson. C. A. Fowler , R. W.
Dyball. Stockton Heth , C. B. Gedney , L. A.
Storck , P. F. Frenier , Gayharl.
1' . K. O Club Kutertnln
An evening of merriment was spent at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. WatklnB. South
Omaha , Thursday evening.
The ladles ot the P. E. 0 , club. In their
customary style , made welcome their hus
bands and sweethearts.
It was no shallow attempt at amusement ,
but a drain upon mind and memory to solve
Ihe emblems , suggestive of some geographical
name , which each Individual wore.
A short program was given of a piano solo
by Mrs. Willis Plckett. a recitation by Mrs.
J , B. Watklns , nnd a duet by Mrs. F. A.
CrcEsy nnd Miss lllancho Glasgow.
Conundrum cards In pairs were then dis
tributed , by which each gentleman found a
partner cqu&l to the delicious refreshments
which were served to them.
Those present were : Messrs. and Mesdames -
dames Watklns. Smith , Cressy , Householder ,
Gooch , Young , Plckett , Montgomery. Schrel ,
French , Slpe ; Misses Francis , Glasgow ;
Meairs. U road well. Foot 6 ,
HIil S cr tur/ Fowler I'nrewJI.
Monday night over fotty Royal Arcanum
members sat down In the lodge rooms to an
Informal luncheon that they might wish a
fraternal godspeed to Mr. C. A. Fowler , for
three year * secretary of Union Pacific
council No. 1069. Royal Arcanum , who leaves
for Portagg , Wll. , this week. Too chief
speech ot Iho evening wat made by I. O.
Rhoades. regent , who spoke feelingly of the
assistance he had received from the secretary
during : hit term of olUce and of his splendid
peraonal qualities. Mr. Fowler replied fit
regretting the severance ot pleasant
relationships , both fraternally and In a busi
ness ' way Other speeches were made by
J.V. . Maynard. Dr. Mllroy , T , W. Mc-
Culloiigh , K. C. Snyder and J. W. Clabiugh ,
with C. I ) . Gedney aa toastmastcr.
I'rocrrniOto High I'lvr.
One of the pleasant events ot the past week
was a delightful party given by Mrs. Nellie
Fisher at her residence , 160.1 Ilownrd street ,
, last Thursday evening , progressive high flvo
being the main feature of the evening.
Partners , were chosen by means of little
printed ' slips , bearing different names. At
the royal table "Adam and Eve" presided ,
B sslsted ! by "Time and Tide" ( who wait fore
nbi o < one , but commenced playing when the
biS ell rang ) . "King and Queen , " with their
S ervants , "Sambo and Dinah , " were nt the
sal eoond table. "Czar and Czarina , " with their
al "tt'iidnnla , occupied the third place , and so
01ni n down to the "b oby" table , where "Jack
nir ml Jill" went up the hill , endeavoring to
niJ each < the first table , followed by "Ruth and
J acob. "
Each of the contestants were presented
w 'Ith little bags , Into which were deposited
b icans for each game won , much Interest
jpltig manifested throughout the entire cven-
Mrs. James W. Bouk won the lady's first
rlze , Mr. C. Schlerstoln capturing the
icntlcmnn's first , while Mrs. Sutton and Mr.
-V. - J. Wella were presented with consolation
At the conclusion of the series of games of
j , Igh five other games were played , In which
y Irs. C. Schlorsteln and Mr. O. B. Lasbury
. ere the fortunate winners , all the prizes and
Ifts being very unique and were distributed
mid congratulations and merriment.
An Impromptu program was rendered , con-
Istlng of choice musical selections , while
iinch was being served.
Among those present were : Mr. anil Mrs.
. T. White. Mr. ami Mrs. Sntton , Mr ami
Irs. James W. Bouk , Dr. and Jlrs. G.V. .
.Vllllamson . , Mr. and Mrs. C. Schlpratotn ,
Irs. R. A. Webster , Miss Beuiah Webster ,
7ud Lilly , Annie Davy , Evolj-n Moyer. ollle
utton , Ed Bentley , G. B. Lasbury , Charles
Evans , W. C. Bouk , W. J. Wells pml Kd
Very siirri-RSfiil Alunlriln. :
A very fine ninstcalo was held nt the
osldence of Mr. and Mrs. John Curry , 1510
Sherman avenue , Friday evening last.
Among the excellent selections was a
aritono solo , "The Stars of Normandy , "
ung by Ed F. Pickering ; a duct. "When the
, VlnJ Comes In From the Sea. " by Mrs. J.
Cook and Mr. Pickering ; n piano solo.
'Wedding March. " composed and played by
Jr. Lansburg. The Mandolin club under the
eadorshlp of Prof. Sartorls also rendered
ieveral finenumbers. . A dainty repast was
icrved Inter In the evening.
Among the guests were : Mr and Mrs.
lewis , Mr. and Mrs. Cook. Mr. nml Mrs.
Fuller , Mr. and Mrs. Van Camp , Mrs. Fisher.
Misses Cotter , Pickering , Rich , McGee.
tessra. Burfcley , Adams , Gumming , Cotter ,
'Ickerlng , Van Camp.
The muslcale was given under the direction
'f ' Prof. Roe , who managed it perfectly.
Kritortalnnil ID llomir rif Her ( im-nt.
Mrs. M. T. Murphy entertained very pleas
antly at her home' , 1H14 North Twentieth
trcct , last Thursday evening In honor of
her sister , Mrs. H. M. Manus of Denver ,
Cola. Among the invited guests wore : Mr ,
and Mrs. J. Healey , Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
.lurphy . , Mr. and Mrs. J. . Cosgrave , Mr. and
.Irs. V. Moran and Mrs. Clark ; Misses J.
Jlark , M. Healey , L. McEneary , D. Mc-
iSneary , J. riannlgnn , K. Cosgrave , M. Cos-
grave , K. Myles , E. Jtyles , K. Murphy , M.
Kelleher. L , Clark ; Messrs. J. McGrath , J.
Qulnn , B. Clark , F. Clark , E. Murphy , B.
'auts ' , O. Clark. E. Myles. C. Barry , J. Cos-
grave. C. Murphy , J. Tlmmlns and J
Dancing and card playing were enjoyed
until late In the evening , when refreshments
Unity lnl > .
The poetry section of Unity club held Its
nltlal meeting last Friday evening In the
church parlor. Rev. N. M. Mann Is the dl
rector. lie said the object of the sectloi
would be to popularize some recent poetry
ainlllarlze those who .attend with some o
the less known but-pleasing poets , and l arn
something of structure In verse.
After giving a short talk on "Rhythm,1
Mr. Mann occupied the remainder of the
evening In reading some delightful selections
from the two English poets , William Watson
and C. S. Calverly. Next Friday evening
November 2 , occurs the first meeting ot the
economic section of the club.
The friends ot Miss Edna Patch tendered
her a very pleasant surprise Monday evening
at her home 2027 North Twenty-eighth avc
nuo , Six games of progressive high flvi
were played , Miss Stout and Mr. Solomai
winning the first prizes , Miss Gosney anc
Mr. Gosney winning the consolations ,
After a. light luncheon was served dancing
was Indulged in until a late hour.
These present were Misses Anna Gosney
Robertson , Stout , Anna Cameron , BC
Cameron. Leo Sheldon , Olive Sheldon
Messrs. Hayncs , Chcatwood , Gosney , J. Gos
ney , Niclclas , Glean , Soloman.
Tli lltinoliott Dinners.
One of the prettiest dinners of the weel
was given by Dr. and Mrs. Hanchett Frlda
ovenlns to several of their friends. Th
dlnlns room nnd tables were decorated I
white , different patterns of china being uset
for the various courses , which were artistic
ally arranged and served , After the dlnne
Dr. Baetens gave a. number of selections o
the violin , to the Intense delight of the guests
who were Mr. and Mrs , J. Hurlhurt , Mr
and Jlrs. E. E , Bruce , Mr. and Mrs. Johan
nls. Dr. and Mrs. Baetens , Mr. and Mrs
Y. HI. -Smokon"
The Young Men's Institute v.111 give
"smoker" nt the Institute roomsi. St. Phllo
mena's hall , Tuesday evening. This ls > tli
first of a scries of socials projected for tli
winter season. A number ot short nddresse
will be delivered , among the speakers bein
Fathers Hedges and Youron , the dlstln
gulshed Paullst missionaries , from Now
York , The addresses will be Interspersci
with musical numbers.
Dolngn In Society.
Mlaa Georgia Sharp has returned , from U.
Arthur Shlverlck Is recovering from a re
Mlzsi Broun ot Sioux City Is the guest of
Judge Wakelcy and Miss Emily Wakeley
returned home on Sunday.
Mrs. M. W. Gaylord left on Wednesday for
a winter at Redlands , Cal.
Mr. H. M. Baldrldce is the guest of his
son , Mr. Howard Baldrldgo ,
Mrs. Sharp and Miss Georgia Sharp go to
Breckenrldgo , Mo. , Tuesday.
Judge and Mrs. Charles Ogden are at home
from their weddingJourney. .
Mrs , Smith of Ke'ntucky Is the guest of
her daughter , Mrs. Hal McCord.
Mrs. Charles Shlverlck has returned from
her visit at Wood's I loll. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira B. Mapes have taken
the house at 3174 Farnam street.
Mr. and Mr * , George B. Eddy returned
last week from a hunting trip In Dakota.
Mrs. Louis Bradford and Mrs. D. H.
Wheeler , Jr. , left for Chicago yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Remington have taken
apartments at the Mercer for the winter.
Miss Brock ot Lincoln will be the guest
of Mlsa ( Catherine Barker In about ten days ,
Mrs. Henry Yatea and Miss Jentle Yates
returned from their eastern trip on Sunday ,
The wedding of Miss Cora Weaver and
Mr. Boss will occur on Wednesday , November
Mrs. L. H. Tower Is the guest of Mrs.
JT R. Buchanan. Mrs. Tower is now a resi
dent of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morton of Chicago are
spending : the week here as the guests of Mr ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hooker of San Francisco ,
Cal. , are stopping In tha city for a few
day a on their way east.
Mr. John T. Clarke and Miss Gertrude
Clarke returned Friday from a four weeks'
ttay In New York City.
Mr. and Mr * . Charles Offutt ate receiving
Ihe congratulations of their friends upon the
blrtb of a ion Thursday.
Mrs , Howard Baldrld e entertained a few
friends In honor of Mr. and Mr * . II. M.
Baldrldge Thursday ovenlngThose - present
were Mr , and Mrs , Paul Charlton , Mr. and
ilrs. Began , Xfr.j ami Mrs. Bnrtlftt , Mr ,
'lapt > . Mr Joe ; JXatdrldge j Judge and Mrs.
Ogiler , . , ,
Mrs. Munro'ahil daughter Margaret left
Thursday last ' fpf Superior , Nrb. , where
hey will visit , < Jialrlends , ,
Mrs. J. J. JoBnson and Miss Louie Johnson
vent to Chicago TaJst Wednesday , where- they
will spend Ihe entirewinter. .
Mr. and Mrs , O. C. MndUon , 1520 Madison
.venue , entertained a number of friends at
ilgh flvo last Illondny evening- .
Mr , and Mrs. HI L. Palmer attended last
week the woddlnR of Ihe daughter of ex > Sen-
.tor Ingalls at Atohlson , Kan.
Mrs. William , Clark and daughter. Ger-
rude , left on , Tue lay last for Old Mexico ,
vhero they will join Mr. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Barkalow ami family
cturneil from an extended visit to Portland ,
Ore. , and Denver on Monday last.
Mr , and Mrs. John D. Crelgliton and Mies
2rclghton are at homo from Kentucky , bav-
ng returned on Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. Henry Newman arrived yesterday
rom her Mew Jerpcy home to spend some
line with lur mother , Jlrs. E. I. Duncly.
Jllss Stella Singer nnd brother Will left
rtstcrday for a month's trip In the east ,
/Isltlng Chicago , Cleveland , Philadelphia and
Now York ,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Coles have returned
rom their wedding journey and are at homo
at the residence of Mr. E. E. Balch , on Cap-
Mrs. W. H. Blrkmter and daughter. Miss
Cllzabeth , of Ottawa. O. , are the guests of
Mr. an < l Jtrs. Joseph Allen , 1313 South
The audlenco at the Fifteenth Street thea-
, cr last Monday night witnessed a little play
In the third " "
act of-"Hot Tamales" that was
not down on the card ,
Mrs. Charles Pord Scovll and Mrs. Captain
u. L. Marshall , wlio have been visiting Mrs.
William 9 , Rector , 2128 Wlrt street , returned
to Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. Thomas M. Schumacher left Friday
'or Columbus , where she will visit her father
tor a few weeks , and then will Join her hus
band In Snn Francisco.
Mrs. Charles F. Catlln , who has been
spending the summer In Colorado with her
sister , Mrs. E. A. Thaycr. returned home
yesterday , 1SO Chicago atreet.
Miss Clara Palmer and Air. George Palmer
went to Kansas Pity the early part of the
w ek to attend the wedding ot Miss Bnrse ,
who visited hero last summer.
Miss Ulniebaugh left on Wednesday for
DCS > lolncs , where she attended the Hor-
bach-Clnpp wedding. While there she Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Horbach.
Mr. S. G. V. Grlswol.1 . entertained at din
ner Thursday evening Frank Hamilton , E.
S. Dundy , jr. , nnd Stockton Heth. A quiet
game ot "draw" followed Iho dinner.
For the benefit of the Church of the Good
Shepherd a dancing and card party was given
nt the residence of Dexter L. Thomas. OBG
North Twenty-seventh avenue , Wednesday
4Mrs. A. M. Cowlc Is at home at 340S
Farnam atreet. Mrs. Cowle has spent a
very pleasant summer in the east , visiting
In Nova Scotia , New York , Philadelphia and
A number of ijulet but very elegant sup
pers nnd luncheons have been given the
past week In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Schumacher , who . .are to leave shortly for
In honor of Miss Jentle Yntes , the first
of last season's debutantes to become a
conquest of Cupid's , the Debutantes' club will
glvo a germ an November 7 at the residence
of Miss Webster. ,
Mr. Arthur P. Giilou left on Wednesday
for DCS Moincs to'attcml the wedding of
Mlsa CJapp and , Mr. Horbach. and from there
ho will go to 'Chicago and Cincinnati , re-
turnlnj : in about a week.
After the performance Mr. Sweeney was
taken to the llresslng roams back of the
stage and presented with an order on a well
known hatter f6r a now hat , the order readIng -
Ing , "give him the best In the shop. "
Mrs. W. B. Walfwork has returned from
a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends
In ChicagoMr. . Wallwork's mother , Mrs
John Wallwork , sr. , accompanied Mrs. Wall
work to Chicago , but will remain a week
longer. t . , . . .
Mr. and Mrs J. J _ Brown , accompanist !
by Mrs. Homy V/yman nnd Miss Chandler ,
left for the Pacific coast on Tuesday last
They first go to Portland , and then soutl
through California , returning In about six
A very Jolly and congenial house party was
given at "Summer Hill , " the home of Miss
Margaret Pratt , last Sunday. Thobe of the
party were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rogers
Miss Burns , MUs Kountze. Mr. Kountze. Mr
Lyman , Mr. Hall.
Mrs. A. J. Bond , C2C South Eighteenth
street , assisted by her sisters. Misses Pauline
and Carrie Hatch of Ohio , entertained n few
friends Thursday evening. Games were
played and music was furnished by a quarto
of singers. Delicious refreshments were
Miss Welsh and Miss Josephine Welsh OL
St. Paul are the guesta ot Miss Hartman , In
whose honor Mrs Hartman will glvo , on
Tuesday , a Kensington from 3 to 5 , and on
the same evnlng Miss Hartman will give a
dancing party for her friends.
Miss Etta Peden , who has been visiting
Misses May and ! Sadie Hill , returned tc
their home at Waterloo , Neb. , Monday even
Ing. Miss May JI1H accompanied Miss
Peden to the letter's home , where she wll
spand a few days with her friend.
Miss Florence Ward , late of London , Eng.
and her cousin , Edward Black , joined In
the observance of their birthdays Wednes
day evening nt their residence , 1809 William
street. Music and an acceptable re n ill
tlon of a sketch , "Tho Interrupted-
hcarsai , " were features of the evening.
The crypt of Trinity cathedral was crowde
Thursday evening on the occasion of th
Hard Timea tea. given under the auspices
of the King's Daughters. Tea was pourei
by Miss Jackson , Miss Yates , Miss Daml.
and Miss Webster. Miss VanQIcscn con
tributed 1o the occasion by a recitation.
The Pr ncv.'on ri. , . , banjo and Mandolli
clubr will gjf concert , at Boyd's theate
IJoct"r 27 . 'nd already the reslden
alam . ' / the * * Jersey college are plan
r.'njt ' lir jn.ert. the recollection ot the
cone. -7 t-c f'rlnceton boys two year
" . . -mg iirt bright i ; the minds of thosi
no . er < present.
Profe alvo high five waa pla , at th
homo . ' Mr. James. Bonner , at Twenty
fifth anf jasslus streets , last Monday . -ven
Ing ; A party , consisting- Mr. and K's
Linn , Mrs. Woodward , Dr , Davidson of ML
lino. Ill.r and Mr W. Bylcs , came as a sur
prlsn party , Mrs. Bonner and Hiss Adams
completing' the tables. j
A most delightful surprise party was given
In honor of Mr. H. Ttelneke at his residence ,
47 North Twentj'-flfth..street . , Tuesday oven-
Ing. Those present iwcre : Misses Porter ,
Fife , Drost , Rolneko , . Klaffge , Wleland , Stein ,
Papponbcrg and -au6lalr , Mesdames Rlewo ,
Morrison and Huhn , Messrs , C. P. McDonald ,
L. Drost , B. Mfjcliell , H. Hlowe and F.
Hlewe. , i ,
In honor of lier daughter , Mrs. Oscar
Funke- , Mrs , Hall gat'e a small card party
last Monday afternoon. High flvo was
played and all enjoyfty the dainty entertain
ment. These presqnt were Mrs. Wessells ,
Mrs. Joseph Clnrkeotri Mrs. Rlngwatt. Mrs.
Page , Mrs. Beallii Mrs , Heel , Mrs. Powell ,
Mrs , McKenna , ' -'M'rfc. Wells and Mrs.
' ' '
Llnlncer. , ,
A pretty pink Iuneh on was given on Mon
day by Mrs. Will iRadlck , for her mother ,
Mrs. Wood. La Franco roses were used In
decorating , and everything wai aa dainty and
exaulslte as Mrs..flmlck's ) functions always
are. The guests wiSrpjMrs , Wood , Mrs. Bar
ker. Mrs. Yost , Wfe-nLyman , jjrs , Delden ,
Mra. Barton , Mrs. iBunnett , Mrs. Brooke ,
Mrs. Dundy , Mr * . Dandy.
The musical section of the Woman's club
will have Its recital at the club rooma over
Boston store , Douglas and Sixteenth streets ,
( Douglas atreet entrance ) , Wednesday , Octo
ber , 31 , 3 p. m. Tills recital Is open to the
public on DIP payment of 35 Cents admission ,
payable ; at the door , or ticket ! can be pur
chased at Max Meyer Bro. & Co. , Kord &
Charlton'a music store and Chase & Eddy's.
Mr. Percy Vandervoort entertained La Rosa
Social club Friday evening at his residence ,
entertainment being brightened by the
playing : of La Roia Social Banjo- club , Mr.
Johnson contributing to the musical features
\ > j playing several numbers on the harp.
High five was also played. The second of
tha series of card , parties which this club
It giving will be held In their hall In The
Bee building Friday tilRht of thl week.
Among ; those preeent Friday night were :
Mlai Williams , Mlaa Murdock and Mli Van
dervoort President J. B. Van Dora , Vlco
'resident F. D. Bunell. Secretary W F ,
: dRhlll. Treasurer Ambrose Ellington , Char-
It ) ItntelpRp , George Stafford , Waller Hughes ,
Jarnest Powell , Percy Vamlervoort , Dave
olotnun , Bert Johnson , L. B. Williams. John
MoNalr , Steve Bowes , R. Hicks. Clnyton
loodrifh , Harry May , Ward Clark , George
Clltichatil and Robert Coultrn.
A very pretty reception look place at Iho
'Hillside" Tuesday evening In honor of Mrs.
lary Miller of Chicago. Among thoie pres
et were ; ilrs. Dr. Stunner of Lincoln , Mr.
J , D. Lesllo ot Chicago , Mr. and Mrs ,
Spooner , Mr. Thomas H. Perfleld , Jlr. Albert
U'nllersteilt. Miss Harriet Culley. MUs Fan
nie Spooner. Cards nnd dancing were In-
led In till a lalo hour , when refresh
ments were served.
The innrrlngc of Miss El fa C rites , a pretty
nnd accomplished young indy cf Marshall'
villa , O. , and Mr. I. H. Furst of this city
was solcmnliol on the ISth Itiat. at the-
residence of the bride's brother , J. II. Crltes ,
"lev. J. B , Dctwciler ofllclntliia , . After HIP
: ertmony n wedding luncheon was served at
ho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Furst. Many
> t > autlful presents were received , testifying
o Iho high esteem in which , tha bride and
groom nru held.
Among the events ot the week on Walnut
till was the dinner party given at tho.hon
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sage on Btirdctte
street Tuesday evening. Curds and music
added to the postprandial enjoyment.
The invited weie : Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry
Sage , Mrs Cella N. Wolcott. Misses Caddie
mil Ida Eploy , KOI tli Ford , Nellie Schonlan.
" .aura Fisher , Mary Swansen , Nellie Ask-
wlthi Messrs. Will Rooncy. Roy Aycr. James
cMCIure Paul McCulloch , Clnude Stockham ,
Garrett Coleman , 13. Gregg , R. Johnson , n.
Smith , Ed Sage.
Friday evening a most delightful party
was given In honor of Mlsa Marie Menzles ,
who Is to leave shortly for Canada , nt the
liotna of Miss Kmmn Stiles of Clifton Hill.
Those present were : Misses Emma Stiles ,
Marie Menzles , Anna Heywood , Clara Hey-
wood. Edith Wallace , Nettle Wallace , Edith
IIowe. Katie Edmondson. Grace Kennedy ;
Messrs. Bruce Phelps , John Hamer , Frqd
Stiles , Edwin Oliver , Edwin Heywood ,
Charley Ilressmnn. Games and all kinds of
amusements were Indulged In. Several very
pretty Instrumental selections were rendered
Liy Miss Stiles and others , followed by a
very delicious supper.
A well planned surprise awaited Mr , J. 0.
Mnrlln when he arrived at his hcme on
North Twentieth street Wednesday evening.
The house was filled with Invited guests
when BIr. Martin opened the door , which
made him remember that It was his birth
day. Music , singing and dancing , combined
with elegant refreshments , made the even
ing one of great enjoyment to those present ,
who were : Mr , nnd Mrs. W. Qarrety. Mr.
and Mrs. F. Schnlcr , Sir. and Mrs. H. J.
Martin , Mr. and Mrs. A Bennett , Misses
Harklns , Smith , Cruger , Schnlor , C. Cruger ,
Martin , and Messrs. Mlddleton , Smith und
Elalstca.il of Muscatlno.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rlngwalt entertained
the Whist club for their first meeting ol
this season .on' Wednesday evening. The
games were played in duplicate , resulting
in a high sroro for Mrs. D. H. Whe3lcr , Jr. ,
who received a dainty bit of a cup and
saucer , and Mr. Stubbs , who walked oft
with a bunch of cigars. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Deuei , Mr. and Mrs. Redlck
Mr , and Mrs. Joseph Lehmer , Mr. and Mrs
Wheeler , Mr. nnd Mrs. Stubbs , Mr. nnd Mrs
Hull , Mr. and Mrs. Rogers , Mrs. Garneau ,
Mr. and. Mrs. Theodore Rlngwalt , Mr
Clement Chaee. Mr. and Mrs. Lehmer
will entertain the club next.
In the third act of the new farce Con-
roy & Fox sing the song , "Mrs. O'Flahcrtj' , "
and ask some one In the audience for the
loan of a silk hat In order to Illustrate the
second verse of the song and the hat is al
ways forthcoming , as it is always arranged
for. On Monday night , however , Sir. J. V.
Sweeney , who occupied u seat In one ot Iho
boxes , offered his hat. Mr. Fox , who always
makes the reauest , was a. little nonplussed
but he took the hat and instead ot a hat
prepared for the occasion being smashed ,
Mr. Sweeney's ' hat was. the victim , and It
was n hard matter to tell for a while who
created the most fun , the stars on the stage
or Mr. Sweeney.
In honor of Miss Rlcklo Sonneborn a sur
prise party was given at her residence , C17
South Sixteenth street , Monday evening.
Music occupied the early part of the ovenlng ,
refreshments being served later. Those pres
ent were : Miss Jennie Aroncoen , Fannie
Sonneborn , Katie O'Brien , May Turner , Helen
1'ryne. Florence Honsher , Lizzie Bablngton ,
Jessie Hone , Carrlo Phillips , Nellie Wilson ,
, Herma Rou'sek. Emma Rmisek , Mabel Rob
ling , Katie Sonneborn , Sadie Sonneborn ,
Sadie Levy , Charles Britten , Jr. , Fred Wil
son , Will Bloom , Albert Chubback , Charles
Ileese , Ed LInclsoy , Thomas Foley , Walter
Morris , G. Levy , George Gates , Ralph Cline ,
James Varnlielm. Ed Phillips , J. M. Kelly ,
Sol Sonneborn , Joe Blitz , Leo Lowry , Bert
Cox. Joe Berchmore , Joe Wenhold , Morris
Mr. and Mrs. John Strlbllng gave a pleas
ant reception to their friends Monday even
Ing at their residence , Twenty-seventh and
Lake streets. The early part ot thr > evenIng -
Ing ivas taken up by a social entertain
ment. Songs were given by Messrs. C
H. Lawrence , James Strlbllng. Charles Tut-
field and recitations by J. Shepherd ,
after which the floor was cleared for danc
ing. The grand march waa led by R. Rob
Inson and Lillian Brenton. Among those
present were : Misses Lizzie Lecder , Hello
Shepherd , Trenton. Maggie Robinson , Annie
Robinson , Edith Robinson , Donnelley , Hanna
Mesdames Frost , Brenlon , Hello , Douglas
Donahue. Richelieu , Lawrence , Strlbllng
Messrs. Tuffleld , Lawrence , Hello , Lecder
Bronton , S. Robinson , R. Robinson , H. Hob
Inson , J. Strlbllng. W. Strlbllng- . Richelieu
Boyle , Frost , Shepherd , Cojres and Charles
The art loan shows to many beautiful and
Interesting pictures that one cannot reals
tha Impulse to visit It often. It will re
main open to the public only a short time
longer , and then the loan exli.bltlon wll
close , and the pictures be returned to their
owners , who have generously permitted them
to b ? exhibited to the public tor a fen
weeks , Mr. Thomas Swobo loans a number
of valuable originals In oils. "SUata , " by
Jean Heaudlnc , shows a country court In
which a brood of chickens , and a dainty fam
ily of white , long-cared rabbits are enjoy
ing an afternoon rest. An old broom ol
faggots lies on the ground , a coat of blue
jeans hangs on the end ot a beam , and the
barn door , with heavy lock and clumsy
hinge ? , complete the details of the back
ground. The hens are alive and. some ol
them are hungry ; a splendid cock In shining
nluroago poies himself In arrogant Importance
portance- , and his exalted position among his
feathered tribe Is not doubted. A fine fat
whlto rabbit la curled up Into a .soft ball ol
fur nnd U fast asleep. The picture la ch'arm-
Ing In Its true portrayal of country barn
yard life. "Love In the Wino Cellar , " by
Melsel. represents the Interior of a typical
German drinking "cave , " wtti : Its qualnl
decorations of stag antlers metamorphoslsei !
Into the form of n woman , largo wine casks
of mosel and old Flemish jugs and stone
benches. A pretty German girl sits by the
big "foss" and Is looking with smiling- face
at Iho love token Just given her a small
golden heart attached to a golden necklace ,
which ahe holds admiringly In her haul
Near her. In easy , graceful altitude- , sits the
gallant knight , the hero of the hour. He
has thrown nsMo his mantle of crimson vel
vet and his sword and they lay In a pictur
esque heap just back of him upon a rude
uloodcn bench. His. mandolin Is posot !
carelessly against his leg and lie leans for
ward , pipe in hand , to watch more closely
the effect produced by his gift , Ho repro
Bents Ihe typo which ono Is accustomed to
assoc.ato with legends ot thu Rhine a trou
badour who could do brave deeds and sing
of love In the same breath a character
In fact , without whloh Gorman lore
Eurclia and Mme. Yale's ' Remedies
Kroo treatment to rrmovo wrinkles with 110
DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CENT
during-No vombor OIL ull KUHHICA Rood * , tel
l reduce thoin. Uimiaiilcvil perfectly pure
TurUUli Hath Department fur liidleu oxclu
Hlvoly. Hot ulruiiJ steam rooms. Bliowor Ac.
Mrs. A. S. CONVERSE
109-10 lice lUilltllng , Omaha
oulil be Incomplete The costuming ol , ttie
wo figures Is cxqiilsltflr plclurrixiuo nnd
iigKt-sts nn ol.l-tlmo fashion plato ot n past
nd highly artistic epoch.
"Woman 1'uttltiE Children to lleil , " by
? clllcl ( , la on ? ot those simple stories on
anvils wlilcli the German artist paints with
ucli trua ndclltr to ilumectlc Influences.
tern wo BCO a tiny nlcovc room , with tow
elllriK ami scanty furnishingA. . bed stands
nder the alcove nnfl upon It Is tlu eiderdown
ullt , full nnd Huffy nnd Bolt. A rny ol
UnllRht Rllnta across the room and touches
ip the & wing In K wicker bird cnpe , In which
a rnlr ot singing hlrds of the Illack Korcst
ire cnJoyliiK a chorus of SOUK. A mother
n Ono of those charming peasant costumes ,
ra sco only too rarely stands nt the side ot
ho bed , nnd la about lo put tier little child ,
t'ltli big blue eyes ami flaxen hnlr. to bed
or Its afternoon sleep , A second child In
unlnt German dross puts out her arms to
ake her little sister for n kiss , A thrce-
ecgeil chair occupies n conspicuous position ,
nd on It roils the boul and toncl employed
n the bath. Set Into the wall la oneof
hose liny closets such as are still to bo seen
n the humble homes of the peasant today ,
nml a brlfiht green curtain , partially drawn
side , discloses a big bunch of keys , a bottle
ml same odds and ends uted In noodlawork.
On A shelf above stands a carved clock , pre-
mnnbly from the Hlnc'k Forest , nnd wo knovs-
he cuckoo Is n part of It. The plcturd Is
ull of color and Is true to life. It recalls
he Munich school of painting , where cvory
letall shown has Its use. and no Item In the
original nul pct Is ever considered lee smaller
or lee unimportant to be reproduced on the
: anvas. This school lias furnished some of
he best artists of the : present day.
"iluslc. " by Hynnla , Is ono of the Kerns of
ho exhibition , and the nrtlst 1ms had the
somewhat questionable honor of seeing the
narket flooded with copies and forgeries of
he picture. A beautiful youiiR girl Is
lented In fie woods bosldc a stream. Her
eng , s\vcfliiR ] ) ( cown Is spread out fjracefully
on the ground , her head la thrown forward
ust a bit , while she touches the mandolin.
On a drooping branch of a rose tree sits n
nltchlevous Cupid a winged Love , In truth.
vho accompanies her song on his vlollri an
nstrument almost as. big as his own small
self. He Is such n merry , happy little fel-
ow that merely to look at him puts one In
good humor. Then , too , ho Is essentially
a French Cupid , and we knoiv how very
vivacious lie could and undoubtedly would be
f left to tils own resources. The tender
green of the early foliage , the soft spring
effect ot ( he atmosphere , the liquid clearness
of the water nnd Iho dazzling blue of Iho
sky , Just show Ins behind a sweep of moving
gray clouds , term a charming picture. It
Is A composition full of poetry nnd nature
am ! would tend brilliancy to any Rftllcry.
N. W , 0 ,
Crrnutu 1'jlliliiiK I'lMfi Tlirlr On so.
INDIAXArOMS , Oct. 2T.-Judgc Brown
mis to In ed theiraiul lodge , Knights of
I'jthlM , In It * milt f-nliiit Koerner lodge
for iiropeity. Koerner 1'ilgo euod bcc-iuimi
the supreme lodge ruled out the Gcrmnri
ritual. It surrendered Its charter , but held
ltn property. The ruling ; Is In favor cf the
grunil lodge. Tin- ruse Is a test ami IH re-
uurded ixa Important und will bi- followed
by other cults throughout the Untied Blntcs.
An nppc.il Mill lie taken.
RHEUMATISM. " M
VR.IC ACID ift THE BLOOD ,
Rheumatism Is caused by tfrlc Acid In the
blood , nml Is nn unfailing Indication that
the kidneys nro performing tnolr functions
Imperfectly. After thu poison tins entered
the system tlio symptoms nro nggravntcd by
cKpoBiiro to cold , Improper food ,
drinking ti excess , etc. , but the cnu o remains -
mains the same. Imperfect action ot In *
Dr. Humphreys hna Riven the treatment ol
lieiminllHtn Ills pmfYmml attention for ovct
foity years ; ) il Bl'F.CIFIC NO 15 la the re-
milt It goes < llrcctly to the cpot , opens the
cloggCHl "P.-ISSIIKCH , permitting the socretlons
to IMSS off ; the euro follows iiulcUly nnd
No. 15 cures Rhoumntlstn , Acute nnd
Chronic , Lumbago , Bolutlco , ami nil forms
ot Rheumatic 1'nlns , Soreness , Stiffness ami
John W. ISvermnn. Philadelphia. Tn. . nays :
"One yeir ago I commenced to try Hum
phreys' Speclllc No. 15 wltli prejudice against
Homoeopathy I Imil lUioumiitlsm nnd Liver
Trouble. I wns nstonlsheil fit the results ;
Itioy expccOed any medicine I ever took.
While I wis Inking the Speclllc for Rheu
matism I waa In the snow up to my kneea
three < lws. ! lint I not well. "
J. B. I'nrher , Adnma Express company
agent , Covlngton , ICy. , writes : "I hml a
very bad case of Sciatic lihoumntlsm , nnd
cured It In- the uwc of three bottles of
Humphreys Specific No. 15. "
Tliornnn Dlckensnn , Sweet Springs Mo. ,
wrlh-sr "Unclosed line $1 for five- bodies of
Humphreys" Specific No 15 , for Rheuma
tism It cured me four years IIKO and Is
sitprelor to nnythlng else 1 have ever tried. "
Ka sure to g-et
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A nniilt bottle of tilrnrnnt pellet , fits your vo t
pockrt. SoUl by rtriiKKliitd or npnt nn rocclpl nt
inlcc , 25c. or 5 for * l. lUrjII'IttinYB" MHHt- 1
C'INi : COMPANY , corner WILLIAM AND * "
JOHN STS. , Ni\V YORK.
SPECIAL EXHIBITION AND SALE OF
TWO DAYS ONLY.
Tuesday and Wednesday , Oct. 30 and 31
We have the pleasure of announcing' ' that
MR. FREDERICK PARKER , representing the
world- famed Fur Manufacturing- establishment
of the JOHN RUSZITH FUR CO. , of New
York city , will be at our store TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY , October 3oth and 3ist. with a
complete line of made-up FUR MANTLES ,
COATS and CAPES , in exclusively new styles
representing ever } ' known Fashionable Fur of
the present day , including Sealskin , Russian
Sable , Alaska Sable , Ermine , Mink , Octer , Mar
ten , Persian Lamb , Morie Astrachan , Beaver ,
Krimnier , etc. For such garments as cannot be
delivered , special orders will be taken at that
The ladies of Omaha and vicinity are most
cordially invited to
call and view this ele-
( MKs .FyRS.
ing to purchase or Cor , IGth andhrnanSts , ,
We never had as hand
some a line of
Prices from 52.25 up ,
Get a ticket on our souvenirs.
Buy the Imperial Pinned Pattern ,
If you leave your order with us for
your stationery including invitation , call
ing and wedding cards you will have
the assurance that it's the most correct
thing to be had.
Cor. 15th and Douglas , RAYMOND , Jeweler and Art Stationer.
MRS. R. H. DAVIES ,
1520 DOUGLAS STREET ,
500 Trimmed Hats are ready for you. Among then ,
a very special display of medium priced Trimmed
Hats and Bonnets , from our own workrooms. French
Felt Hats , daintily trimmed , at $5,00 , instead of $8,00.
Very fine Velvet and Felt Hats at $7.50 , instead of
$10,00. More just as tempting. All very Frenchy ,
DAVIES , 1520 Douglas-st.
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