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THE OMAHA DAILY 1JKJ2 : SXTNDAY , OOTOBT3K 180'
Unjir crtlontcd Duration cf the Pcat"d Terra
NO LARGE AND FLW SMALL EVENTS NOTED
OliriiltiK of n Ml Ink nnil
JH-MMOII , HuutMcr , N Only Witll-
fur I Inrrltal iif More
Now that the hot weather hns Rene , In
all probability not to return until It Is tlmo
for It In the prlnK. there Is little we In
further nnathcmntlrlnj ; Us persistent unsca-
eonalitcnoss 'I ho fact remains , however , anj
may bo plainly stated that the social world
lia suffered , alone with the other worlds ,
from the unprecedented continuance of dust ,
heat anil perspiration. An > Instincts of en
tertainment and who shall say how nuny
such or of what kind liavo existed ? were In
evitably stifled or melted Into a solid lump
of Inhospliallty an ! misanthropy by the
highest mean temperature ever recorded for
the flrst fortnight In October In this latitude.
The chronicle of engagements and marry-
Ings continues cncouraRlnRly full , In spite of
all drawbacks. Indeed. 03 was pointed out
in these columns In the early dajw of June ,
when the nuptial habit tlircatcncl to be
come an epidemic , the hotter the prrspcttlvo
tlmo In the old town tlio moro the sen Ices
of Unot-tjIiiR ministers of the gospel and
justices of the peace aru demanded. The
present Is thu beat nnd most comfortable
Kcason for Hitch txpuiltucnts , as many suc
cessful and permanent matrimonial alliances
bear ample witness It cannot bo gainsaid ,
however , that lu the pirtlculai respect of
hot weather vvuddluits , this year of Brace In
Omaha ftom May to November , has estab
lished a record which future scasona tire ex
tremely unlikclj to break.
As to the eventn which are to make tip
the soflcty piogram for the regular season ,
the opening or which Is not likely to be de-
laved long after the at rival of settlei ! cooler
weather , not even a initial outline can be
given at this time The larger dancing clubs
must soon , In the nature of things , begin
tholr round of plcusuiable festivities. One
or two of the smaller ones are alreadv on
the move , regardless of climatic conditions
At least the usual number of fall and win
ter engagements arc oven now discussed In
whispers among the intimate friends or
those most directly concerned and will be
proclaimed to the world .it the earliest mo
ment prac'tUuble Thrro arc some sut prises
among tlies.0. and otiicrs which aio not un
expected Several large parties arc known
to bo contemplated , but they are not jet
ready for announcement. It seems not un
likely that there will be moio card parties
this year than for several seasons past , which
will bo a grateful change to those who are
weary of the monopoly of dancing. Alto
gether , though details cannot well be given ,
the realm of soc-lctj bids fair to be quite us
llvclj a place as tuual between now and the
The selection by a popular vote of the
queen of the Carnlvul of 1'oUris , which Is to
be held this winter , it the exposition grounds ,
Is expected to incite almost as much Intel es > t
as the cnoico of queen for the Ak-Sar-JJen
festivities A lumber of society women .110
figuring on entering the contest for the
Quite .i little ilpple of excitement wan
created In bociely circles the past week by
an advertisement In The Dee announcing trie
loss by one of Us members of a white or-
gandlo dress , for wlioso rotuin a suitable
reward was ofieied. Numerous Incident ! )
have been recalled in which women hive loot
small portions of their weiring apparel , but
the disappearance ot a whole dress Is bo ex
ceptional that It will cause talk.
\\fililliiK VimU < TNiu\i I'nrl.i.
Mr and Mrs. 0. J Ochlltrcu celebrated the
occasion of their bccond wedding amilvei-
saiy bj giving a vcrj pretty character part }
at their icsldenco In Koimtzo Place Satur
day cvc'nlng , October U.
Messrs. Kay Gtaley and Iloy Gillebplo as
pages ushered the- guests to their dressing
room , \\bcrc they were received bj Mifcs
Edna Martin as Kittle lied Hiding Hood ami
iMIss Ileykliirt .is Mother Goose. Mi. and
iMrs Ochlltreo , attired as they were at theii
wedding , received theii guests In the noitli
parlor , introducing them as the cnaracters
they represented and by which they were
Known throughout the evening , 'llio com
modious parlors weio tastefullj decorated
with palms and fragrant cut liters and the
old-lasnluned gowns mingling with the more
modern ones picbeiuod a pleasing plctuic
lAt the eard tables were found the following
Kucsts and characterb lepresonted Mib
Koss , in a , gown a ( ituiter of u century ugo
as Samantha Allen , Mib Jaqulth , nmpiess ,
Josephine , MIB Davidson , .1 prettj llower
girl , Mrs. Itobcri Hunter , In a dalntv gown
of wUto with an apt on ft out representing
lattice work with pale tinted morning gloilcs
trailing over it , was Miss Morning Glory ,
iMrs. John 'I1 Oathers , as I-oiiibe Mailc , wab
in oud of her Hut long gown , which was a
part of her wedding outfit , Mrs. Johtibon
represented Night and Mrs. Howard Ochll
tree a charming grandma. Mis. Foster was
attired In u bridal gown of twenty vears
ago , Mrs. Hobldoiix in a gown of blito and
iwhlto bilk of half a century ago , Mlas Bowie
appeared as Ibabolle , Mrs. LCC-.O . wan a
charming dancing ghl and Mis Kales , lle-
hecca. Mrs. U > ler wore a family gown of
some thirl ) or forty je.ir.s ago. Miss Delia
J/lndlay was the Old Kashloned Ghl , MU
liilllan Hammond was a maid. Mrs. Kred
Snydc-r , in a beautiful decollete gown ot
black , looked as though an old-f ishluned plc-
turo had stepped from 1U frame. Miss VMIth
JJaker was Ophelia and Mis. I'ulmatlcr a
chaunlng , winsome Yum Yum. Mrs. lioel ,
In u great gicat giandmother's gown , made
a charming hello of a century ago , and 'Mlbs '
J'erlo Ochlltreo was Margaret , Mesaia. How
ard Ochlltrc'O appeared as Weary Willie ,
Fred Schnoldor as Dust ) Koads , Foster and
Palmatlcr as Jacob Strattbs and John and
kept the gue'bts convulsed with laughter the
entire evening Theic were also present
Messrs and Mesdames Sheppard , fchrlver ,
lartln ; Mesilanuij Ochlltreo and Jollrf ; Miss
Kstlier Martin , Messrs Davidson , Jaqulth ,
Hunter , Gathers , Johnson , Itobldeauz , Talcu ,
Jloppor , Iluiigate , Williams , lloel and Citi-
Mrs i : rut.it Heel ami Charles C. Hungato
voro awarded llrbt prl/es at cards , .Mrs. Hess
uiul JoiiiiBOti coiiKolatlon ; Mrs KUM !
Schneider lltHt | ) ri/.e' lur tlio handsomest
costume and Mr. T. 11. Ochlltreo for the
On ( InSmltil Cali
JUf anil Mrs W V. Morse will entertain
at dinner Monday evening In honor of Miss
Tlio Omaha guards will tinner In on the
evening of October 21 the tenth anniversary
of their military life The event will ho
cclcbiated by an nnnlversar > ball , which
promises to ouUhlno all the past social ef
forts of the guurdb Thu committee * that
has thu eait ) In thargo had worked to rnako
the atrangemmts for the entertainment of
its friends most complete , and the armor )
lioyol mukca ( ho food pure ,
Vv'ioleujmo und dallclous ,
BO Al OiKJhd POWDCR CO. , htW VOAX.
will bear but little llkene s to a military
headquarters on the night ot the hall , so
tastefully has I * hern decorated and ar
ranged for the comfort of the company's
A reception will be Rlvon by the Young
Men K club of Ml Saint * ' church at Morand'i
hall on Wedneiday cvon'iiK. October 20 , at
8 o'clock All member * of the parish find
their friends nnd all voting people will be
made heartily welcome The rector and hN
wife will bo Rlad to meet tholr parishioners
at the reception.
KtidTtnlntm-iifH of ( InWork. .
Mrs. I'red Met ? , Jr , left on Friday for a
two weeks' visit In St. Louis ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ward M. Purgoii returned
Tuesday from a week's visit In Denver.
Miss Wool worth entertained Info-malty at
luncheon Mm. Arrasmlth , Miss nmlty
Wakclcy , Miss Curtis , Miss Ilcssle Yatcs and
Mr. ami Mrs. Will Wlgman entertained at
dinner one evening last week Mr. and Mrs.
Krcil H Krtig , Jr. , Mr. and Mrs. 1'hlllp
Wlndholm , Miss Linda Wlgmnn and Mr. Wal
Mrs. Will WlRman entertained the J. T.
Coffee elub at her home , 1S16 DodRe street ,
on Thursday The afternoon was ylcasantly
ficnt In discussing different kinds of fancy
work Those present were- Mesdames O.
Mlttatier , G. Kcennc , Conrad , J. Hunter ,
Stratman , H. Uoscnzwclg , J. A. McCulloch ,
G Dakc , Miss Drown of Superior and Miss
Monday evening was very pleasantly spent
by the members of the S II. D. club at the
homo of the Misses Mecrs , Thirty-second
and Marcy stiects. Cards and music were
the principal features of the evening. Klrst
prbcs were won by Mlsa Lillian Mullen and
Mr. Louis IJernard llushman Consolation
prices were awaidcd to Miss Ilcssle Marie
McUlroy and Mr. James IJoIs.
Mrs. J W. Vail Rave a Kensington tea Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clork at her residence ,
2207 Pariiarn street Those present were
Mesdames J Lincoln Halter. H iM Stone ,
Julian Montgomery , O. II. Wlrth , U W.
Ualle > y. J 13 House , Hex. H. U Morrlll , G. S.
Drown , L F , 'Weeks , W. A. l'a\tcn , E. G.
McGllton. J 1 . Taj lor , Fred Ke-lley , A. E.
English. J. F. Wagner Charles E Illack , M.
G Perkins , Edwin U Perfect , E. E. Drands ,
A P. Ely.
Tim minor preliminary festlvltcs usually
attomhnt upon a. fashionable wedding have
not bet-n lacking In preparation for the Colt-
Sargent nuptials , which will bo celebrated
next Wednesday evening. The wedding party
of twelve was entertained at supper last
Wednesday by Mr and Mrs G. W. Cook ; on
Friday Miss Sargent and her bridesmaids
enjoyed a charming luncheon , given by Miss
Ttikey ; yesterday Mrs Coutant gave a
luncheon to the bride and her maids , and
a tew others , and last night Mr Colt gave
a dinner at the Mlltard to his best man anil
A surprise party was given last Thursday
In honor of Krud W. Fisher. Dainty refresh
ments were served during the evening and
music vuis furnished by the following
mandolin and guitar solos by Messrs Calsen ,
Stockham and Andrus , either solo by Mr. A.
Hctmlng , harp solo by Messrs Judson and
Dean , piano solo by Mr. William Olmsted
Those present were Mr and Mrs Andrus ,
Missis Tynur , Donnell , Holland , Trostler ,
Ilirnard Wrodlaw , McMllllon , Jessie and
Maud McMllllon , Von Weg , lloldorf , Geer ,
Laura , M'nnlo and Nellie FUhcr , Messrs
Calbon , Stockham , Ilonnlng , Dean , Krsklne ,
Judson , Olmsted , Mohler , Forby , Dickens.
Tin ostler. White , Van Homo George , Fled
i.ml Hany Fisher. Miss Gyeer and Mr
IC'rsklri3 ' carried away the prizes In the
Metiopolltan hall presented a festive- ap
pearance last Wednesday evening , October
lo , that being the occasion of the flrst pi It
vate dancing part } of the scabcm given by
the Outie Mers Over Ilfty couples availed
themselves of the Invitations extended and
the billllant success ot the enterprise speaks
hlglil ) for the social ability of the > oung
men comnoslng this pleasure club Ono ot
( ho principal attractions of the Outre Mer
dances In the past , aside from their ex-
oluslveness has been the music furnished
and this leptitntlcin was nbly sustained on
the above mentioned occasion by the bright
young artist , Miss Susie Brady , whose ren
dition ot dance music Is so well known as
to need no commendation. The club will
continue Ha dances at Metropolitan hall
during the season.
In honor of the birthday of Mr. Isaac W.
Tarppnter a delightful party was given at hlg
residence- Twenty-sixth ami Scward streets
last Saturday evening About forty guests
assembled at the Invitation of the hoste's
and spent the evening In various amuse
ments , Including music and recitations. Re
freshments we ro served at 10 30 o'clock
Ilrforo loivlng the- friends of Mr. Carpen.ter
I'omplotcd the surprise of the evening with
the presentation of a handsome chair Among
these present were Messrs , nnd Mesdames
WilcoIlan , Ta > lor , Frank Carpenter , Mr
and Mis How ley. Will Carpenter , Owens and
Loornls , Mrsdamcs Anderson , Glass ,
Macattlcy , ? t John Mr Chester Carpen.tor.
'lev. Mi Kctmarr Messrs Motgan , Plum. J.
F Carpenter , Avcry , Page , Carpenter ; Misses
II ) an , Ll/zlo Hjan lUsrnusscn , White ,
Pliclps , Johnson , Llnnlo Catpentcr and Grace
Macaulc ) .
vioincnlH or Snc'li-ty Pollt.
.Miss Sharp spent a few days In Chicago
Miss Webster Is convalescing after a
Miss Maltha Stone Is visiting friends In
Atchlbon , Knn.
Misses Dickinson and Short spent last
week In Chicago.
MM I.eonldas P. Funkhouser Is visiting
friends In Chicago
Mr and Mrs. George A. Joslyn have re
turned from the east.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles T. Kountzo expect
'o go eaht this week.
Mr. and Mrs G. M. Hitchcock returned
Thursday from Chicago
Mrs. James Morton returned Thursday ,
a'ter a visit In Chicago.
Miss L7lo ! Isaacs is visiting friends In
Vow York and Hrookbn
General and Mrs Mandcrson spent a few
dajs in Chicago last week.
Miss Gertrude McCoimlck is visiting
friends In Cedar Haplds , la.
Mr. and Mrs Alfred C. Kennedy have
returned from their easteni trip.
Mr. H H. Dlttlnger has returned from
niuver greatly Improved In health.
Mrs Howard D Smith Is spending a
month with relatives In Chllllcothe , 0.
Mrts. John Campbell has returned after u
summer spent In nnglowood , N. J.
Mrs Geoigo W Holbrnnk returned last
week from an extended i-catern trip.
.Mr. Fred M. Van Hoin han resumed bin
studies at the University of Wisconsin
Mr. and Mrs Thomas J , Kelly have re
moved to 201 North Eighteenth Btri-et
Miss Dickinson an ! her guest , Miss Shoit.
spent a portion of the week In Chicago
Mro Charirn Dovvey and Mlw Dewey aie
1'1'nln at the Paxton after a summer In the
Mr. Charlca Cullinghnm returned ) r tor-
ilay from ft hunting exeuralon to wc'.storn
Mra T II. Collins loft last week for Tus-
[ jiloosa , Ala , where she will remain dining
Mr. Ch.irlett Shlverlck will not enter Yale
tollego this fall , having concluded to wait
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. HIchardEon started
Tuesday for .Massichinetts , where they will
vlblt for a fortnight.
Mrs H. K. Klngwalt and Mlsa Gertrude
Itlngwalt returned Ipst week after a summer
In ( ! rosso Isle , Mlili.
It lt > reported that Mr. Charles E. Clapp
H rapidly recovering his health and expects
loon to bo as well as over.
Mrs W II Millard and her two nous left
IVcdncBda ) for Vliglnla City. Mont. , where
: ht ) will spend the wlntor
Mrs Hobert Hiijnolda , who has been vis-
ting in Des Molmti. has returned to Omaha
.orj much Improved In health.
Mr. Frank Hamilton has returned from
Louisville. Ky. , where ho iictrd as best man
it the Donahiie-Hermany wedding.
Mrs. F W. Hrant and Miss Drant are
Jiijoylng an extended vlblt In Philadelphia
uid noston and will remain In thu east
Colonel Schwau , who has lately been
transferred to Washington , left last week
Tor St. Paul , and will proceed thence to
Us new station.
Mr arid Mrs Arthur Metz are expected
to return from their bridal tour today and
will bo at the Murray till their new home
Is completed for occupancy
Mrs , Tlobert It Olmstel and her little
daughter Florence rcturncl last week from
a visit In Cincinnati and Chlrago ,
Mrs C. W MacConnell of Crawford N
J , with her two t ons. Is visiting her par
ents , Mr. and Mrs A 0 McAusland
Mr and Mrs C Dovan Oldflcld have re
moved to the rteldcnce of Mr. W 11. Millard -
lard , 2243 Howard street , which they will
occupy this winter.
Miss Hoflo M Holllff , who has Just re
turned from Mun'ch , Is visiting Mrs Paul
Helnrlch , 1903 Capitol avenue. Ml s Helllx
Intends to make Omaha her permanent nome.
Mr. and Mrs. George P Stebblns are ex
pected home this week from their eastern
trip , which was ftaddcncd by the midilti
death of Mr Stebhlns' aged mother , whlcl
occurred soon after her son's arrival.
Out of Toun ( iiifil- . .
Miss Margaret McKcll of Des Molncs Is the
guest of Miss Tnkey
Miss Gertrude Wright of Schuvler Is vis
Itlng friends In the city.
Mr. L Lro of Kcnosha , WIs. , Is the gucs
of his s-n , Mr. C. H. Lso.
Mlsa Nelson of St. Paul Is the guest o
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar D. Hlllls.
Mrs. Joseph Met7ler of Denver Is visiting
her mother , Mrs. Schlcslngcr.
Miss Clcavcland of Denver Is the gucs
of her mint , Mrs. W. F. Allen.
Mrs. Jeannctto Chambers of Chicago wll
spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. John E
Mr. llaron W. Illley of Denver , a former
resident of Omaha , spent a few day ? In towi
Mrs. Herbert Osborno of Englewood , III.
Is visiting Mrs. George Hurst at 3020 Em
Mrs T. E. McKlnley nnd Miss McKlnley
of Hot Springs , S. U. , are visiting Mrs. C
Mr. M A. Upton of Sheridan , Wvo. , for
merly well known In Omaha , spent last Sun
day In the city.
Miss Jessie Dean of Salt Lake City Is
visiting the Misses HIefcl at 122 Soutl
Miss Maud Marston of Kearney , who Is
the guest of Mis. W. F , Gurloy. returned to
her home last week.
Miss Quyetto , who has been visiting her
sister , Mrs John Halplno , Jr. , returned to
Elma , la. , Tuesday.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Dean of Chicago wll
arrive In Omaha this week on a visit to
General and Mrs Dandy.
Mrs James Otis Slmomls , with her son Sidney -
noy , of Hclmont , Mass , Is visiting her
brother , Mr. George M. Lawrence , 1311 South
Thirty-first stro ° t.
WfililliiKN anil .
The wedding of Mr. Lewis T. Pardee and
Miss Ora Pearl Shelly will occur Wednesday
The wedding of Mr. A. AV. Jeffries and
Miss Helen Josephine Magarkoy will take
place at Oregon. 111. , on Wednesda ) , October
2,1. Mr. and Mr . Jcfftlcs will be at home
after December 1 at 2313 Caldwell street
Mr. John Clark Colt and Miss May Sargent
will bo married next Wednesday evening , Oc
tober 20 , at the First Congregational church
In this city. The wedding party Is made up
as follows Maid of honor , Miss Cleveland of
Denver , best man Mr Arthur J. Cooley
bridesmaids , Misses Margaret Cook , Florence
Morse , Margaret McKell and Ldia Tukoy
ushers , Messrs James Wallace , Wing1 I ) . Al
len. Wlnthrop S. Sargent and Charles I )
> OTIS ntoM OM MI v summits
H. H. Goowoy has almost rccovcted from
his recent lllncbs.
Sc'rvicos will bo held at the Methodist Epis
copal church today at 11 a. in.
Mrs. W J Jose-sh Is receiving a visit from
her mother , who arrived In Denson last week
News Ins been received of the death of
May Drowsier , as she Is known hero by her
friends. She left Iivlngton as a bride aboul
three months ago She died last Thursday
of typhoid fever.
The women of the church at Irvington gave
a social at the homo of Mrs. Nevis lasl
Thursday evening. Invitations were recelvei
to attend by the young people of this place
and a number wont over and reported a verj
pleasant tlmo The evening was spent with
amiibomcnts till a late hour , when lunch was
One of Dellovuo's oldest residents , Mis.
Jonathan Thompson , died this morning In her
7Uth year. She leaves a daughter and son.
IS SIJSIMCIOUb OK MIS ! VHTM2H.
lo u Ilor.sc Trnilt-r l , < isrs Some of IIH |
I" > oiort > .
Al Edglnton , a horse trader from Ottumwa ,
la. , has filed a complaint that three of his
horses went astiay early yesterday morning
in the charge of a fellow trader named Wil
liam Hedlek. The two men drove to Omaha
from the Iowa town with a drove of six
hordes , of which each man owned three The
men placed the horses In a Cipltol avenue
stable until they should bo disposed of
Ldgiiiton states that at 2 o'clock yesterday
morning his partner arose , hitched his horses
and went away In the darkness Ilcdlck's
arithmetic was at fault and Edglnton states
that only two of the horses arc left and those
the worst of the lot Ho believes that lledlck
has gone to Nebraska City and wished tele
grams dispatched to that town for his ap
DimlNli Driiiiuilli * dull.
At "Washington hall last night the "Dnnlsli
Dr.un.itlo club rendered the modern .society
comedy , "Under the llaminci " The piece
Is ono of Hip most popular of Danish plivu
, ind sustained a run of 200 nlgbts In Copen-
IniKon The prlnclpils In the cist Inst
night vvuro J lCnkebole , A W.mgo and
MuMl.imei S. Jonasen and C Nelson. After
the program the opening lull of the wInter
vvus p.irtlclpitud In by about 203 member- ,
of the local Sc indln.ivlan .society ICarl F.
Tunberg of the Lincoln Conservator ) of
Mublu had charge of the musical numbe-rs
l'iilSI > \ II. I'VKAIill UMIS.
John O. Maher of Chadron Is In Omaha.
J. Simons of Chicago can be found at the
W. E. Getter of Ord Is registered at the
V. Klrchman. a banker of Prague , Nob. ,
Is In the city on business ,
N. A. Duff and A. P. Stafford of Nebraska
City are visitors In Omaha.
James Curtln of North ; lllo , S. D , , Is spend
ing Sunday at the Darker.
J. A. Hairls , a binkcr at Diokon Dow , Is
spending Sunday In the city.
M , .M. White of Lincoln has taken perma
nent quarters at the Darker.
JohtK A. McShano returned ) estorday after
spending a few days In Chicago.
It. I ) Wahlqulst , editor of the Hastings
Democrat , was In Omaha yesterday.
Jack Norrls. advancq agent for "OIo
Jlson" company. Is stopping at the Daikcr.
Hobort Vlerlliur , vice president of the
I'axton ( Vlerllng Iron works , left last night
F. W. Van Ilusklrk la spending Sunday In
Imaha whllo i nioiito from Chicago to the
I'aclflc coast on a bloclc.
W. F. Dcchcl , auditor of the Pacific Ex-
) rezs compaii ) , retuincd last night from a
.wo weeks' business trip to Colorado.
Deputy Marshal Gcorgo F. Palmer came
ip from Lincoln > esterday , where he haj
jcen in attendance at the United States
Judge W. I ) . Cornish , special master to
iiiko the sale of the Union Pacific railroad ,
irrlved In the clt ) yesterday evening from
it. Paul , and Is supping at the Millard.
D. J Slmpton , general superintendent of
Construction for Armour it Co 's now plant
n South Omaha , left for Chicago last night
or a consultation at the headquarters of the
At the Millard. J. W. Solmon. Kansas
Jlty ; L O iMarloy , Chicago ; S. J. Kugus
Jolunrbus ; T. K. Hlgble. Chicago ; C. J.
facobs , Chicago ; J. J. Connon , Aurora , III ;
.corgo Ady and wife. Denver ; 11. c Mayo.
Joston ; J. O Fels. Chicago , C. J Roberts
S'ow York , H. C. Dlack. Dayton , o.
, Vhen the mfal li rpreail. Bfo that
.tbbey cut gln > a U In Ua place I.uok
or UiU traila mark whin jou buy
Iitlio New -Tor * Independent of Septem
ber 2 an article appeared entitled. "Pioneer *
of Muilo In America"rltten by Jerome
Hopkins Mr Hopkins has boon before the
public In various ambitious exploits for a
tiumbcr of > eat , ltld i | ia\o hazy recol
lection of his l(8yi i once written an opera
that reached nffftst rc'iearssl and was
birrlcd , also of ih | having been ono of the
promoters of aTiprtcme to produce. In Now
York , tlio Ober.immeqau Parelon I'lay.
In this artlo o ho writes about Jenny
Llnd , and this | < a part ofhat he sajs :
"She was an honest , homely , excellent
woman , and an Industrious \ocal mechani
cian , with n lovply , smooth , luclous. true
soprano voice , not o y extensive , jet capv
ble of cxriiilslto modulation , but with limited
technique , but little Inspiration anil almost
Incapable of climacteric force. Her Irmno
paneg > rials needn't carp at this , for didn't
I have the run of her rooms at old Del-
monlco's' and dli'n't she use to turn the
leaves for me as I played for her. and dldn t
I have all the free tickets I wanted lo her
concerts' True , 1 was but a lad. but I had
a ptlr of cars even then" asses a'o born that
way "and no one could fool mo much at nnr
tlmo on musical virtuosity. "
There have been modest musicians , but
Mr. Hopkins has not been classed that way
for some vears A valet has been known
to think himself greater than his master nnd
It Is not at all a new thing for on accom
panist to estimate himself as much greater
than the artist ho pla > s for. Many people
cannot appreciate a good or great thing un
less It Is shrouded In mvstery and this Is be
cause they have no ability to appreciate good
ness or greatenoss In Itself. One would think
that under those circumstances they would
appreciate their own , foolishness , which Is
both great and mvsterlous Mr. Hopkins
thinks that P. T , Darnum made Jenny Llnd
Well , If that was so , why , when she can
celled her contract with him before the
season was oxer , did ho not make another'
Ho s > nj.v "Darnumcould and did make
Jenny Und a great card , but only God Al
mighty could have made her a great singer ,
nut she was a dear kind woman to me and
corned me with praise. " It Is to bo feared
that that praise Is still rattling about In
Mr. Hopkins' cranial cavities and that ho
mistakes It for brains. Let us look a llttlo
at Jenny kind's actual career and at the
place she occupied In the world of musical
Jcnnlo Und was ono of the world's greatest
singers , but she was not only a singer , she
was a great woman and a benefactor of her
race In many wajs outside of music. She
was torn at Stockholm , October C. 1S21
Her parents were poor and she a sickly
child , plain-featured and awkward In hur
manners When put to the test she dh-
plaje'd an exquisite voice , profound concep
tion of a. part and originality of style. \s
a child she was taught Hinging and as Is
usually the case when children are allowed
to use their tender thronts In the se\ere
work of vocalizing , she lost her voice at the
age of 12 During four ve.irs she was In
dlspalr hut In some strange way her voice
returned as suddenly as It wont Shei made
her first great success as Agatha. In Weber's
opera , "Der Krcischut/ " The following Is
an. opinion of the performance that has comedown
down to us "She was then in the springtime1
ot life fic'h , bright , herene as a morning
In May ; perfect in form , bet hands and arms
peculiarly gracuful , and lovely In her whole
appearance She seemed to move , speak and
sing without effort or art All was nature
and harmony. She sang * , ltli a burst of
outflowing love and life that called forth
not the mirth , but the tears of the auditors "
After two vcars at the Swedish opera. Mile
Llnd went to the great teacher. Garcia , for
lessons , and while under his tuition Mejcr-
beer , tlio opera composer , heard her and
Bpoke of her voice as 'one of the llnest pearls
In the chaplet of song " Another critic said
of her "On the stage she was the great
artist who rose above all those around her ;
at home , In her oun chamber a sensitive
\oung girl with.all.tho humility of a child
Her appealancoshowed me-ait In Its janctl y.
I h.-'d beheld ono of Its vestals" She was
engaged as second singer at Herlin. but HOOII
ro e to the highest pinnacle of fame c\er
attained by any singer at the German capital
With her ( list sucee-ss began what was called
"tho Llnd madness " The great soprano
Henrietta Sontag , called her "tho first singer
of the world" Mendelssohn said of
her" "There will not ho born. In a whole cen-
tuiy another being so largely gifted as Jenny
Llnd " During her appearance at Vienna
2-mark seats rose to 50 marks and thousands
of people were often turned away.
+ + *
When Jenny Llnd loft Stockholm for Lon
don , where she was to fill an engagement
In opera , " 0,000 people assembled on the
ciuay. military bands had been stationed at
intervals on the route , and her progress
through the streets was like that of a queen ;
ships weio decorated with Hags , and even
the war \essels thundered salutes with their
artillery. In London eho was the guest of
Mrs Grote , wife of the historian of the
Greeks At the close ot the first perform
ance "Jonny Llnd was secuiely throned the
operatic goddess of the town" For subse
quent perfoimanccrj 25 were paid for a bo c
and 5 guineas for single seats At the close
of her London engagement she returned to
Stockholm , sang to Immense houses and devoted -
voted the entire- proceeds of the season to
the endowment of an asylum for drcajed
trtists and a school for girls studying music
On the evening of May 10 , 1819 , she bide
farewell to the operatic stage The perform
ance occurred at Her Majesty's theater , Lon
don Ulght In the midst of her greatest
triumph , she knew enough to withdraw from
the arduous work of the stage
At aleut that time she concluded a con
tract with P. T Harnum for an American
tour and In September. 1S50 , she arrived
In Now York. The proceeds of the first
concert amounted to J2i,000 ! and the singer
gave her eharo to charity. Her generosity
was almost boundless , she gave away in Ger
many 30,000 florins , In England 60,000 , In
America $50,000 She engaged with Harnum
for 150 concerts , but when ninety had been
given she pild him $30,000 and cancellel
tlio contract. The remaining concerts were
given under her own management In Bos
ton , February 5. 1S52 , she married the plan-
i L Otto Goldschmldt In 1852 they returned
it , riuropo , lived In Germany several jeais
and then settled In London Her last public
appearance occurred Jill ) 23 , 18S3. She died
after a painful Illness , at Wynd's Point ,
Malvorn. November 2 , 18S7.
Mile. Llnd did not occupy the place ac
corded her without winning It In spite of the
most obstinate dllllcultlcs She Is an exam
ple of perseverance from which ovciy musi
cian may ptoflt It Is too late for self-ap
pointed critics to detract from the fame she
BO honestl ) earned.
Every ono who Ins heard a concert or
chestra such as Scldl's has noticed a largo
/rass Instrument called a trombone ) It Is
conspicuous to the eye on account of the
nannor in which It is plied , for the per-
'ormer Is constantly sliding a part of Its
eng tube to and ; fro as one might open and
clcbn a telescope , or wotk a pump Indeed
on account of thjf ( ijovomont It received the
lame Saclnit. from the Moorish word
Sacabuehu , which wetins a pump Those
who Imvo heard Sopsa's band will remctn-
ier the three or fmir performers who in
some of his marches , leave their places In
ho bind and stand out In front as soloists
and pla ) , with powerful tone , the melody
these men pla ) the trombone. That sliding
) ack and forth -at .tho lower part of the
uno causes It tq be often called "tho slldo
rombo'io" It lb the noblest , grandest In
strument In tliu-orLhestra or band Si mo
composers have ( btJoined It HO highly that
hey ha\o held that It should bo used spar-
ugly and rrveriMttly. It Is a most ex-
iresslvi1 Instrument , as we shall ecc later on.
Tl'o trombone is not a new or modern In-
trunierrt. It Is j form of trumpet , and the
rumpet Is one of the very oldest ot Instru-
nents The Italians call It "Tromba Spe-
ata , " which means "broken trumpet , " en
ccount of the loner part of the tube being
detached , and able to move to and fro It
s believed that this "slldo" Is an older form
of mec-hanlsm than either the crook or pis
ton The Invention of the trombone U
claimed for ono Trtaeus , who llvod CS5 I ) .
C It Is said that two were once found
among the ruins of Pompeii , but If so they
have been lost. In Germany , In 1520 , Hans
Menchcl made slldo trombones. In 1C20
there were four orders of the Instrument
The trombone consists of a filnglo small
tube of composition metal , bent twice upon
Itself and ended in a bell. In the middle
it Is double , ono part fitting closely Into the
other , as the parts of a telescope It is a
universal principle of wind instruments that
an open lube c n Rive not only a funds- ,
menUI or lovvett tone , but a ncrlcn of ascend , i
ln tones founded upon that one Kor in-1
Rtancc , In the tenor trombone the funda
mental tone l ) flat. Without moving the
slldo the player run. by theprpsanrc of his
lips , sound the D flat one octave utmvc , the
F R fifth above , then the second octavo and
the D , F , ' \ ilat , 13 flat and C Some pla-
ers can RO even higher The slldo can take
any number of positions , but seven are rec
ognized ns giving the bases of the m icil
scales In use and thcoe seven positions will
inahlo the pliver to execute the whole , hro-
tuatlc scale , excepting In the lower roister
of his Instrument. DeRlnnlng with the D
Hat below the bass staff there are four ad
ditional low notes possible , nami-ly it flat ,
A , A fl. t and G. Detvveen the U flat anil the
E above It there Is a gap In which the
ordinary slide trombon'e can eound no tones.
This hiatus lu been filled In by the French
Instrument maker. Sax , who has Inventevl a
piston which rcnlers possible- the D , C ,
C sharp , D , and E flat that were befoio
missing , so now the trombone has a com
plete chromatic scale of three octaves and
a fourth. Of course much depends upon
the skill of the player ; borne cinnot produce
ior the extreme low or high notes.
I he trombone was much written for by
Bach , Handel and others ot the old time
composers It was often used for parts now
ordinarily given to the Fron-h horn. The
trombone player's skill Is analogous to the
singer's In that he must depend laiRoly upon
his ear and musical instinct. His Instru
ment has no lived sounds , as has a piano
forte , ho has to determine the pitch him
self. If he Is an artist ho cau pla > with
\\on.lerful expression Miul If he Is a "mu
sician" ho can and surely will- produce
sounds ar. from the Infernal regions lohn
Innes can play the tendcrest melody with all
the dellcac ) and pathos possible on a vlolli
or ho can thunder out tones that si-cm as !
they would put to ehamc Gabriel hlmsel
DerlloJ , the greatest of all writers on In
striimcnls nnd their use. thus writes of th
trombone : "Tho trombone Is , In my opln
Ion , the true chief ot that race of v im
Instruments which I have designated a
epic Instruments. H possesses In an eml
nent degree , both nobleiiieijs and grandeur
It has all the deep and powerful accents o
high musical poetry from the religion
accent , calm nnd Imploring , to the w-lli
clamours of the orgy. It depends on the
composer to make It by turns chant like n
choir of priests. Uneaten , lament , ring n
funeral knell , ralso a hjmn of glory , brcaV
forth Into frantic cries , or sound Its dreao
flourish to awaken the dead or doom UK
"Gltick , Ocethoven , Mozart , Weber. Spon
tint and some others have comprehended a
Ite Importance. With perfect Intclllgenc
they have applied the various character
Istlcs of this noble Instrument to deplctln
htiimn passion , to illustrating the sounds o
nature , and they have maintained Us power
Its dignity and Its poetry. "
The Omaha Orchestral society will glv
Us flrst concert at Hod's theater next Sat
nrday afternoon , under the direction o
Franz Adelmanai He will conduct an or
ganlzatlon of twenty-live of the best rims' '
clans In this city , men who have thoroug
training and wide experience , and a Hi
concert nny be expected.
The Echo for October contains the fol
lowing from the pen of Mr. M L Hartlet
of Dos Molnes , which will Interest the pee
pie of this city :
"I dldi not attend the meeting of the Na
tlonal association held In New York I
the flrst place , 1 have no use for It It wa
the same old New York ciowd that ra
things , and It seems that they manipulate !
the bus'ncss affairs of the meeting In thel
own Interests for the ) car to come. The
were never known to take an Interest li
Us affairs outside of New York They ar
moro given to blow , brag and bluster thar
anv thing else The one man that lias don
moro to keep the National association allv
than the whole New York cont'ngont wa
deposed. It was a blunder to hold the ne\
meeting In New York , Instead of Omaha
I am willing that New York should have th
National association ( In name only ) I an
also In favor of a western association to
meet next year In Omaha. I wish that In
diana , Illinois , Michigan , Iowa M'nnesota
Wisconsin , Missouri , Kansas , Colorado am
Nebraska could Join hands In a meeting to
next year at Omaha , where wo would nice
with a hearty welcome There Is a fln
orchestra there that could be augmentoi
from hero If found nece uary. There wll
be much to see out theie then , and th
tilp could not bo otherwise than a pleasan
one I hope this great west , with Its solic
development , w Ul no longer cater to th
rapacious maw ot New York. "
In a letter on this same subject , re
celved jesterday from Dr H S Perkins o
Chicago , this question occurs"How Is th
Musical congress Incubation progressing1' "
Mnsli * NuikH.
On November 24 Miss Neally Stevens wll
give a piano recital.
Mrs Fred Loomls of Council DUitls wll
sing the great sacred song , "Save Me , C
God , " by Handeggcr , at Trinity Cathedra
Mr Charles Hlggins , the violinist , wll
remain In Omaha this winter and help along
local musical matters. Ho Is in hopes they
Mr. J E Duller will give the flrst of a
seiien of organ recitals at Tilnlty Cathedra
next Sunday afternoon. He will give prece
dence to the works of local composers am
will be glad to have thorn submit such o :
their compositions as are suitable for the
organ to him for examination and perform
Last Tuesday Mr William A Derrick and
Miss Louise Jane Egersdorff were marrlet
at Chicago Mr. Derilck will be remem
bered as the fine bass singer who used to
make Omaha his home and who sang here
under Mr Kell's direction last season
Mr and Mrs Derrick will malco Paris their
homo for the next few jears.
The Woman's club chorus was organized
last Wednesday with thirty members Mrs
Cotton U the director and besides drilling
them In sight singing , she will prepare
choruses to bo heard at the club concerts
vvhlcli will occur , as heretofore , on the last
\Vo'lnoiilas of each month The first ono
will occur October 27 , at 3 o'clock p m ,
and the club will bo assisted by Mrs McIntosh -
Intosh , Mrs Cotton and Miss Wllhelmlua
Loue , the harpist.
Disfigurement for life by burns or scalds
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Iael Salve , the great remedy for piles and
or alt kinds of cores and skin troubles.
ICnllNh lli-Niinii-N ll
Saturday moinlng Joseph Kullsh , living
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