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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1902)
TILE OMAHA DATLY JlEEt SUNDAY, TTEBIUJATIY .23, 1902.
IENTES FAST SITS LIGHTLY
Uocletj it Devout, but Hot Enough to
End All Movement!.
tITTLI THINKS FURNISH SOME PLEASURES
Pmrrrmmc9 ft PeattrarlsJ
- pnkra la f aArlratlr to E
- br Soclabla Folks Avoid
Though there cn be no criticism of the
flsvoutness with which society U observing
Lent, it Is certs'.a that society 1 not de
nying Itself eTcrythlng these days, not by
ny nwini, fcr there have been more little
larks of lata thsa for many months. Of
course, thess bsvs aJl been of tba mild kind
u,ch aa taffy pul'.s, bowling parties, corn
popping and the like, but they have been
numerous and hare included many. The
Country club has become a popular reaort
of late, too, even though it is supposed to
be all dark and cold out there at this
aeason of the year, and little parties of
from ten to a doxen congenial friends have
gotten quite in the habit of taking lunch
and going out there to spend an evening
about tba great open fireplace.
The event of pre-eminent , consequence
was the Visiting Nurses' association birth
day party, for which one of the handsomest
homes of the city was thrown open on Sat
urday afternoon, affording society In tha
name of sweet charity, an admirable oppor
tunity of spreading It plumage again and
feeing entertained In tha letter If not In tha
ptrlt of tha smart reception. Even tha day
contributed to tha posslbllttiea of tha oc
casion and brought out scores of fashionable
women in the most fetching of toilettes.
This week promises little consequence,
however, and aoclety will ba dependent
upon its club meetings for amusement.
Mrs. Ben. Rosenthal gave an Informal
afternoon on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rahm entertained tha
Indian club on Saturday evening.
Mrs. George Lynn entertained tha mem
. feers of the T. H. E. club on Thursday after
noon. The Saturday morning musicals was held
at the home of Mra. George B. Barker yes
terday. Mrs. Andrew F. Griffith entertained a
party of women at cards on Wednesday
Mrs. Robert Hamilton entertained tha
teachers of Lothrop school at tea on Thurs
Mrs. Howard Johnson entertained tha
Bon-Ton Card club last week at her home
2716 Jackson street.
Mrs. C. E. Brownlea entertained at cards
on Wednesday evening In honor of Miss
Lynch of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Oulou, Miss Carlta. Curtis,
Miss Wakeley, Mr. Peasa and Mr. West
brook made up a bowling party on Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Maus entertained
the members of the M. N. C. club In
their apartments at the Dunsany on Mon
' Mr. and Mra. Robert Hunter, 1807 Lethrop
street, gave a chafing dish supper last
Sunday evening In honor of Mrs. Dickey
of St, Joseph. Mo. , . .. ;.. .
Mrs. Guy French, Mrs. Charles Helmer,
Miss Daisy Rogers and Miss Kittle Smith
'"were Mrs. Frank Turner's guests at a
luncheon on Friday,
Mrs. Annie Maxwell was hostess at an In
formal gathering in her apartment at the
Normandie on Wednesday evening, at which
about forty frtenda were present.
Miss Julia Hahn was tha guest of honor
at a bowling party followed by a supper,
given by the members of the Impromptu
Bowling club, on Monday evening.
Mrs. John E. Mauer of Chicago who has
teen the guest of Mrs. Robert Smith, was
the guest of honor at a card party on Sat
urday afternoon given by Mrs. Moorehead.
Mrs. Luther Kountze was hostess at last
week's meeting of tha Cooking club. The
regular luncheon was given on Wednesday,
Mrs. Jo Barker, Jr., becoming a member of
the club at that time.
On Friday evening the Friendly Greeting
club tendered a farewell reception to Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Lynch, at which all the
members of the club were present. An im
promptu farewell speech was made by Mr.
John F. Daly, and responded to by Mr.
Lynch. On behalf of the club. Mr. John
Xeysor presented to Mr. and Mrs. Lynch
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Look for Ilardnian sign.
each a beautiful silver souvenir appro
priately engraved. Mr. Lynch and family
leave for Kansaa City.
There were about thirty couplea present
at the hop given by the Hanscom Park
Dancing club at Chambers' hall on Tuesday
evening, the party being one of the most
enjoyable given by the club this winter.
Miss Kimball was hostess at a bos party
at the Innea band concert on Monday even
log, Mrs. R. R. Kimball, Miss Johnson,
Miss Mary Holdrege, Mr. Holyoke and Mr.
George Holdrege being her guests.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saunders were at
home to sixty friends at a valentine party.
The house was effectively decorated. The
prises were won by Mesdames Bea Rubl
deau, O. A. Scott, C. U. Wallvorth, Mr.
Wise, Houcle and Garlow.
For her friend, Miss Rothsteln of St.
Louis, Miss Georgia Krug entertained a
small card party on Friday evening at her
home In Kountse place. The prises of the
evening were awarded Mrs. W. A. Plxley,
Miss Rothsteln, Mr. Harry Weller and Dr.
For her guest Miss Rothsteln of St. Louis,
Miss Georgia Krug entertained a small card
party on Wednesday afternoon when her
guests were Misses Monger, Her, Edith
Her, Bessie Iler, Weller, Lewis, Barber,
Pullman, Edith Pullman, Mrs. Beaton and
A very enjoyable subscription dance was
given In the ball room of the Nermandie
on Friday evening by a party of young
people from tha Hanscom Park district.
There were about forty present, tha pretty
feature of the occasion being the Colonial
costumes worn by all.
In compliment to Mrs. Daniel Baum, jr..
Mrs. McCIernand entertained at a small
but elaborate luncheon on Friday, at which
Mrs. Baum. Miss Banm. Miss Rltchardson,
Miss Cotton, Miss McKenna, Miss McClln
tock. Miss Doane, Miss Buckingham aad
Mlsa Pomp were the guests.
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Kountze gave a
birthday dinner on Thursday evening for
Mrs. Luther Kountse, at which covers were
laid for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wllklns, Mr.
and . Mrs. William Paxton, Miss Preston,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountse, Mr. Ezra
Millard and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kountse.
- Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Palmatler were sur
prised by a party of north side friends on
Thursday evening at their home on Spauld
ing street. ' The evening's entertainment,
consisting of music and cards, was the more
enjoyable for being Impromptu and con
cluded with refreshments brought by the
Dr. John Prentiss Lord celebrated the
twentieth anniversary of his graduation in
medicine the evening of the 21st, by giv
ing a dinner to a few close professional
friends. Dr. Frank E. Coulter was the
guest of honor, having graduated In the
same class with Dr. Lord at Rush college,
twenty years ago.
About sixty guests were entertained by
the members of the Ahamo club on Tuesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Qulnby, S30 Sosth Thirtieth street The
evening was spent at cards and the prizes
were won by Mrs. Bert Cox, Mrs. M. -White,
Mrs. Smith, Mr. Rlggs, Mr. H. T. Whit
man and Mr. J. B. Qulnby.
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. George
Kelley entertained a party of fifty Women
at high five. The rooms were prettily dec
orated In pink and white carnations, the
same colors being employed In the score
cards, and refreshments which followed the
game. The prises of the afternoon were
won by Mrs. W. Eldrege, Miss Collett and
Mrs. J. A. Bryans, ..
Miss Weller and Mrs. Ralph Crandall en
tertained a party at cards on Saturday aft
ernoon at the home of the former In
Kountze place, about sixty guests being
present. Six-handed high five was tha
game. The house decorations were of flags
and the details of the entire affair were sym
bolic of Washington's birthday, and appro
priate to the national holiday.
Mrs. E. B. Talmage and Mrs. Lothy Tal
mage entertained at two very enjoyable aft
ernoons on Thursday and Friday at the
home of the former, 610 South Twenty-ssv
enth street. The time was devoted to pro
gressiva games, for which several prises
were awarded. Mesdames Edgar Allen, W.
E. Rhodes, Joseph Clarkson and Miss Alice
Alexander were the successful contestants.
Mrs. Leo B. Grotte, assisted by Mrs.
Walter Molse, gavs a Washington party
to the members of the Plate club on Fri
day afternoon. The national colors were
In evidence everywhere, the rooms being
trimmed with flags, while the score cards
each of which was engraved with a head
of Washington, were tied with knots of
ribbon and a tiny hatchet. High Ave was
the game of the afternoon.
In honor of Mra. Mayer, Mrs. Charles
Rosewater and her mother, Mrs. Schlesln
ger, entertained a party of sixty women at
a luncheon and card party at Metropolitan
club on Wednesday afternoon. The lunch
eon was served down In the dining room,
the company being seated at one large
table, which wss effectively trimmed with
green and whlteC The remainder of the
afternoon was devoted to high five, the
game being played upstairs.
A very pretty luncheon was given by
Mrs. Coe on Tuesday afternoon at her home
on North Eighteenth street to the members
of the New Century club. Tellow was the
prevailing color and tiny George Washing
ton hats and hatchets were given each
guest as souvenir. FN 'owing the luncheon
the time was devoted t? a guessing contest,
for which prizes wer given Mrs. Elliot,
Mrs. W.( Price and Mrs. EhlUington. Mrs.
J. G. Jones will entertain the club In two
Mrs. and Mrs. George Kelley entertained
two of the large ettairs of the week on
home on Wirt street, both evenings being
devoted to cards. On Tuesday evening
there were sixty-four guests present and
the prises were awarded Mrs. J. D. Foster,
Mrs. Bradbury, Mrs. C. Ochiltree, Mrs. E.
Woman's Work in Club and Charity
' Almnat tha entire membership was pres
ent at Wednesday's meeting of ths Dundee
Womsn's club, ths larwt of tbs year. Ths
period of William sud Mary of England
furnished ' the subject tnr the afternoon's
lesson, Mrs. W. L. Selby, acting as leader, .
and Mrs. W. B. Howsrd giving Grieno's :
account of King William's war. .
Ths lesron, "Changes of ths Government
of New England." was given by several of
ths members, who gsve brief sketches et
ths various governors.
Mrs. iarry spoke of the Grsnd Alliance
snd k.rs. Taliaferro read a paper on ths
results of tbs reign of William III.
The women of the First Christian church
will give a kenslngton from 2 until 6
o'clock on Friday afternoon at ths boms of
Mrs. A. E. Bryson, 2022 at. Mary's svenue.
' Ths regular meeting of the Omaha Equal
ity club will be held In the banquet room
of the Paxton hotel at 8 o'clock tomorrow
The election by the Continental Congress
of the Daughters of the American Revolu
tion of Mrs. Laura B. Pound of Lincoln
ss stats regent, and Mrs. A. Allee of Omaha
as vice stats regent, places two Nebraska
women on the national board and confers
an honor upon tha state. x
The members of Mu Sigma club will hold
their annual party, at tha horn of Mr,
D. Vsncourt, Mr. C. F, Weller and Dr.
Bslley. On Thursday evening the company
was smaller and the prises were won by C
M. Eaton. Mrs. A. B. Jacqulth, Mrs. W. H.
Jacqulth. Dr. Edmlston and Mr. F. H. Cole.
A very enjoyable card party was given
by a number of guests of the Bachelors'
hotel on Thursday evening, when the prizes
were won by Mrs. Charles Rosenberry, Mr.
C. B. Clarkson, Mr. A. II. Comstock, Miss
Buchols, Mrs. B. A. Brldenbecker, Miss
Davis and Mr. Fred Jackson.
OHe of the most enjoyable Lenten fes
tivities wss ths progressive high five card
party at the home of MUs Zelta Matthews
on North Nineteenth street, Wednesday
evening, where about twenty of her friends
were entertained by this young hostess, In
her most charming manner. The choosing
of partners was new and novel. The prizes
were a tie, but were finally captured by
Miss Heath and Dr. Hoyt, first prizes; Miss
Leslie and Mr. Beck, booby prises.
Mrs. John Douglas entertained the T. E.
club at her home. Forty-fourth and Douglas
streets, Thursday afternoon at high five.
Mrs. Schmelzer, Mrs. Treynor and Mrs.
Woodruff carrying off the prizes. In the
evening Mr. and Mrs. Iouglas, In honor
of the thirteenth anniversary of their wed
ding, held another festive event. In which
Mrs. J. C. Callahan, Mrs. Mesd, Mr. Conley
and Mr. Haynes took the prizes. Dainty
refreshments were served on both occasions.
Ths annual birthday party of the Visiting
Nurses association held yesterday after
noon contributed the largest aad ons of the
most pretentious features of the week.. It
has been the custom of the association since
its organisation to hold each year a public
reception for all of the friends of the work
and In this causa the handsomest homes of
the city have been contributed. Yesterday
afternoon Mrs. J. E. Baum threw open her
spacious house at Thirty-sixth and Harney
snd from 1 to S o'clock, between 800 and
400 women were received. Tha guests were
received by the hostess and officers of the
Sssoclatlon, among whom were Mrs. Her
bert Rogers, Mrs. S. R. Towne, Mrs. Al
bert Noe, Miss Louise McPherson, Miss Ben
nett, Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. T. J.
Mahoaey, Mrs. Morearty and Mrs. Adams.
The affair was entirely informal and the
more pleasant for being so. A program of
music and recitations was given during the
afternoon, snd among those contributing
were Miss Trumbull, Miss Borenson, Miss
Becker, Miss Snow. Miss Fitch, Mrs. More
arty, Mrs. Campbell, Mr. Borglum and Mr.
McCune. Roses and spring flowers were ar
ranged In bunches and clusters through the
rooms on mantles snd tables, but the most
pretentious floral decoration was in the
dining room, where bright yellow Jon
quils were used. The table at which Mrs.
T. J. Mahoney and Mrs. Connell presided
was trimmed with them, arranged In a
mouad in the center and ' In vases. Tall
yellow candles shaded In green silk flower
shades completed the trimming. Assisting
In the dining room were Misses Comstock,
Lee, Comstock, Coad, Moorehead and Mc
Cune. Oat-of-Towa Oaesta.
Mrs. Thomas Swobe Is the guest of Mrs.
T. J. Rogers.
Miss Marie Hansen of Sioux City Is visit
ing friends In Omaha.
Mrs. E. C. McCullough Is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. Lowre, of Cincinnati.
Mrs. Russell Burt of Chicago Is the guest
of Mrs. Horace G. Burt for the week.
Mrs. Jerome M. Kempton of St. Joseph is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
' Mrs. L. M. Magers of New London, Iowa,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Withnell,
2008 St, Mary's avenue.
Mrs. John E. Mauer,' who has been the
guest of Mrs. Robert Smith at Morning
Side, has returned to her home In Chicago.
Miss McComlck returned to her home in
Salt .Lake City on Thursday,' having been
Mrs. Gallagher's guest for the last fort
night. " ' .. J
Mrs. S. D. Cadwell and Daughter Ruth,
who have been visiting Mrs. John With
nell, hsve returned to their home In St.
Miss Rltchardson, who has been Miss
Cotton's guest for the last three weeks, ex
pects to return to-her home In Erie, Pa.,
Mrs. A. B. Slaughter of Paw Paw, 111.,
Is In the city and will spend ths remainder
of the winter with her daughter, Mrs.
Miss Preston will lesvs tomorrow for a
visit with friends in Colorado, she having
been the guest of Mrs. Charles Kountxe
for some time.
Mr. snd Mrs. Nsthan Crary, -who have
been the guests of Mrs. Ehlverlck, hsve
gone to Chicago and will go from there
to Beaumont, Tex., to make their home.
Miss Johnson of Chlcsgo, who has been
the guest of Miss Holdrege for the past
two weeks, returned to her boms on Tues
day, accompanied by Miss Holdrege, whs
will spend a week or so with her.
Mr. Brower E. McCague and his bride of
St. Joseph are guests for the week at the
home of his sister, Mrs. J. H. McCulloch, of
4613 Dodge street. Mr. and Mrs. McCague
were married on last Thursday In St.
Joseph, she being Miss Mary Grand Field
of that city.
Movements aad Whereaboats.
Miss Snell Is visiting friends In St. Jo
seph. Mr. snd Mrs. Henry W. Tstes have gone
to Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Hall returned from an
eastern trip on Wednesday.
General and Mrs. Mandersen are back
from their trip south and east.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Barton returned
from New York on Wsdnesdsy.
Mrs. Fred Nash is expected back from
Denver today, having gone there last week
and Mrs. Isaac Carpenter on . Thursday
evening. A unique affair has been planned
and as ths 'club is studying Holland this
winter, it will be a Dutch party and the
men friends will be included.
The regular meeting of the political and '
social science department of the Woman's
club will bs held at 8:45 o'clock on Mou-
day afternoon. Miss Nellie Msgee, the city
mlsslonsry, will make the sddress of ths
afternoon, speaking of her work In tbs
mothers' clubs and industrial classes at
Tenth street city mission and her work tn
the . Industrial classes supported by the
philanthropic committee of ths Womsn's
club. A general Invitation has been ex
tended. Ths anniversary of Washington's birth
day was the occasion for general celebration
among the various women's societies of ths '
churches of the city and the list of colonial
dinners, suppers snd socials resulted most
profitably to ths organizations that em
braced the. occasion to entertain for the
benefit of their work la powdered hair and
Martha Washington costume. The majority
of the affairs were given on Friday and
among the societies that gave them were
ths women of First Presbyterian church.
Second Presbyterian, Hanscom Park Meth
odist Episcopal and First Congregational
The wooden of C First Methaaiat-chuii.'a
for a brief visit with her sister, Mra. Al
lison. MUs Lomsx is the guest of Mrs. Jsck
Cudahy in Kansas City, having gone there
Mrs. and Mrs. John A. McShane left Fri
day evening for a two weeks' trip to Beau
MsJor Dodds returned from Illinois oa
Sunday, having been called thers by the
Illness of his father.
Social Chit Chat.
Mrs. Kenyon wlU be hostess at the next
of the Creche luncheons.
Mr. snd Mrs. J. W. Munn will entertain
a whist club tomorrow evening.
Mrs. Turner will entertain the Chafing
Dish club at Us meeting this week.
Mr. E. W. Dixon has been enjoying a
yachting trip from Charleston, 8. C, to
The February party of tha Winter club
will occur Thursday evening. February 27,
at Metropolitan club.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Neely and family
have taken apartments at the Millard for
the remainder of the winter.
Miss Gertrude Mscomber has returned
from Lincoln, having completed her course
at the University of Nebraska.
Gate" City Kensington will meet at the
home of Mrs. Minnie Samuelson, 1501 Corby
street, on Friday afternoon, February 28.
Ths members of ths A. O. T. Bowling
club will be entertained on Monday at the
home of Miss Ella Rosenf eld In Council
The South Side Whist club will meet
on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
C. E. Fries at Twenty-fifth and Dodge
- The Bon-Ton Card club will ba enter
tained on Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Johnson at their home, 2715 Jack
" Judge snd Mrs. Baker have been at the Iler
Grand for the last few days and will leave
tomorrow evening tor their new h6me in
Miss Lena Rehfeld and her guest. Miss
Gradwohl, will go to Nebraska City to
morrow to be the guests of Mrs. Eugene
Levi for a time. Miss Gradwohl returning
to her home In St Louis from there.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dickinson havs taken
a house la San Francisco for six months
and will leave Omaha on Monday evening.
They will be accompanied by their daugh
ter, Mrs. Harry Lyman, who will spend the
time with them; also by Miss Msrle Lowe,
who will sail for the Philippines about the
middle of March with her sister, 'Mrs.
Wade, Lieutenant Wade having been or
dered there from Fort Crook.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Mr. Waterhouse organized his senior
oratorical class Tuesday. ie will instruct
pupils twice a week at first and tltjth
hours. On these days the student will go
to this clasa Instead of a. atudv nerliwl
The chief purpose of such a class, besides
the writing of orations,-Is to teach the
students how to express themselves prop
erly. A large number of sophomore girls at
tended the Alice Cary meeting Friday
afternoon. Miss Florence Mason was re
elected president; Miss Ruth Johnson, vice
president: Mlna Mlnnla Eldrln. unemtarv:
MUs Buelly Buckley, treasurer, and Miss
can mius, sergeant-at-arms. Miss Bum
van was unanimously re-elected class
teacher. The discussion concerning a new
name for the Alice Cary society took up
much time, but as no better name was sug
gested the name will not be changed at
The Athletlo association held ita annual
meeting Monday afternoon. . The -election
of officers resulted in favor1 of Earl Ster
rlcker, president; Cora Evans,' vice presi
dent; Bernice Carson, secretary, and Claud
Robertson, treasurer. It was decided to
take $75 out of, the treasury to buy the
foot ball players sweaters before June, as
a number of the foot ball players will then
graduate from the High school. But the
members or the board of the Athletic as
soclation vetoed this measure, so the
sweaters will not be bought at present.
The Demosthenian Debating society held
its regu'ar meeting Friday afternoon. The
diBcusson on taxation was the main fea
ture of the afternoon.
A Shakespearian class has been formed
by Miss Kate McHugh, to meet every Fri
day afternoon for half an hour. The pur
pose of such an organization is to read
Bnanepeare s piuys.
The biology pupils will hold a bread
making contest Monday, March 8. The
biology students have been studying about
the yeast plant and the bread-making will
only be to Increase their knowledge on
yeast, though it will help them in a domes
The Omaha High school basket ball team
has decided to play a challenge game with
Lincoln next Friday evening. Miss Natalie
M err lam will act as captain on account of
Miss Frerieiicka Mcintosh s Inability to
go. Miss Cora Evans will take Miss Mer
riam's place and a substitute will : take
Mine Evans' place.
The uniformed boys werw not compelled
to drill. last week, nor will they be until
arms and equipments ran be provided.
The Natural History society will- meet
Friday, February 28, to elect officers and
Initiate new members.
Be mom Items.
Little Loa Dodson has been quite sick
with a severe cold.
Kllsmere - Moriran has been at home a
couple of days the last week on account of
Mies Severina Jensen left last Thursdsy
afternoon for Craig. Neb., where she will
visit friends. .
Fred A. Bailey Is again able to get out
among his friends for the first, time for a
number of weeks.
Miss Bolne returned home last Saturday
evening; from the west, where she. had
been lor some uma.
During the last week electric lights have
been put in the resiliences or. J. a, waisn,
Ueorge Bneu ana james a. iiownro.
The Independent Order of Odd Fellows
lodge Is making preparations to give a
home talent play at tne lowa nau on tne
evening of March 14. -
Vr. .Tennl R. Kevser will srive a talk
on "Life Lessons from the Poets" under
the auspices of the Benson Literary so
ciety at the town nau r nuay, juarcn i.
Th nnirram of the Benson Literary so
clety of last Friday waa well carried out
and the debate was interesting. In the de
hnte "Should an Educational Test Qualify
a Voter?" the Judges decided in favor of
the negative side. The debate of next week
will be led by Miss Grace Mercer and
Miss Van Cura. The question is, Re
solved,. That woman Bhould Vote.':
gave another of their acquaintance .socials
In ths church parlors on Friday afternoon
at' which-about sevesty women were pres
ent. Preliminary to the social hour a brief
though enjoyable program was presented,
of which the first number was a recitation
by Miss Grace Rohrbough, followed by a
vocal solo by Mrs. G. W. Wlckersham. Tbs
feature of the afternoon was an address
by Mrs. W. P. Harford, shs repeating, by
request, the talk shs gavs before the
Toung Woman's Christian association on
Monday evening on ''Woman in ths Home,"
aad changing her address only to suit the
more 'mature years of her audience. The
program wss followed by a social hour,
during which refreshments were served. The
object of these meetings Is the promotion
of acquaintance and sociability among ths
women members and the plan has proven
Thers will bs a meeting of ths Homs
Queens' circle st St. Catherine's academy
st 8 o'clock on Wednesdsy afternoon, tbs
feature of which will be a demonstration
by Mra MacMurpby.
The Woman's ' Christian Temperance
union will hold a Frances Wlllsrd memorial
meeting at 8:30 o'clock on Wedneaday aft
ernoon in tha parlors of the Young
Wcaicn's Christian association, A special
program has been prepared for ths occa.
jlon. The regular business will be trans
acted before, the meeting.
ASniER RESIGNS HIS POST
. B. Anderson Seven Eis Connection with
the Omaha National Bank.
WILL ' RETURN TO CRETE TO RESIDE
rrlvate Interests and Home Ties
rrompt the Ralstnatlon No Sac
oessor at Omaha Rational
C. B. Anderson, cashier of the Omaha
National bank, baa resigned and will return
to Crete, Neb., to reside. The resignation,
which has been addressed to the directors
of the bank, asks for relief from duny oa
March IS, but Mr. Anderson may remain a
few weeks longer If ths directors find Any
difficulty In filling his place.
There hsve been no differences between
Cashier Anderson and the other officials
of the bank, ths resignation having been
prompted only by the desire of Mr. snd
Mrs. Anderson to return to their old homs
in Crete, and the consideration on the part
of the bauker that his investments In
Crete, Ord and Oklahoma are more attrac
tive and profitable than his new position in
Mr. Anderson and his associates have re
cently purchased the Ord Stste bank and
Interested themselves In a bank and invest
ment company at Blackwell, Ok!., and these
properties, as well as the bank at Crete,
afford a more congenial field for the ex
ercise of Mr. Anderson's energies than he
finds In this city.
No one has been selected yet to succeed
Mr. Anderson as osshlsr of the Omaha Na
tional, and a choice will not be made until
Senator Millard, the president of the Insti
tution, is heard from. William Wallace,
who preceded Mr. Anderson as cashier snd
who now occupies ths position of vies pres
ident, wss' seen at his residence last night
and said: '
"Yes, it is true that Mr. Anderson has
resigned and that his resignation will take
effect some time next month. Ths only rea
son tor the change Is Mr. Anderson's desire
to devote his time to his prlvats enter
prises. I cannot say who will succeed Mr.
Anderson as cashier tor the reason that no
cholcs has yet been made. We have eeveral
names under consideration, but they are not
Mr. Anderson Is having his residence at
Crete refitted and he and Mrs. Anderson
expect to occupy it about April L
Society Folks Hare Terr Pleasant
Evening" with. Amateur
At Metropolitan club last night there was
a holiday entertainment, Jewish society folk
appearing olad . In a strange garb, clouded
with a new complexion and with their eyes
spparently tilted at a new angle. The
bill was divided, the first olio being con
tributed by about twenty young women who
hsd been trained by Prof. Chambers to pro
dues the j'Weddlng of the Chinee and the
Coon" under the personal supervision of
Mrs. Hugo Brandels. The second olio was
black-face minstrelsy, exclusively mascu
For the Mongolian-Ethiopian nuptials the
cast . Included Miss M. Haslacher as Ons
Lung, who owns a laundry. Miss R. Spies
berger, as Ruth Ann Morgan, a lady of
color; Miss Minnie Meyer, attendsnt to
groom, and Miss Ella Rosenfeld, attend
ant to bride. Miss Laura Goets sang that
shs "Wanted Them Presents Back;" Misses
Louise Heller, Rehfeld and Hattle Morris
of the Celestial side of the house danced and
sang in Chinese costume ' and fashion,
daintily and with a pleasing effect upon
the audience, who applauded again and
again. Ths "coon" contingent, represented
by, Misses Hattle Dreyfus, Reglna Green
and Ray Conn, came for equal honors after
ward when the trio sang of "Josephine,
My Joe," and of the "Innocent Maid," ac
companylng the words with steps, ss they
sang. The first curtain was lowered on
the "song of the Kangaroo" from "The
Burgomaster," well sung snd well danced.
The minstrel csrntval was on the sched
uled lines of black-facs work, with Harry
L. Cobn, Mark Heller, Bernle Rehfeld and
J. Splesberger as the end men and Simon
Goetz as the Interlocutor. The principal
hits of this part were', the parodies by H.
Cohn, "Ain't that a Shame," - ss sung by
Mr. Rehfeld; "Just One Girl," as sung by
Mr.. Jake Splesberger, sod ths "Game of
Eyes," as sung by Mr. Sol Goldstrom.
In the "grand finale" the entire company
appeared in support of Davs Rubin, Carl
Furth, Julius Dreyfus and Jos Rosenfeld.
For the wedding scene the stage ot the
club auditorium was- set In an Oriental
effect, with paper lanterns and much . fol
iage. The setting for tbs minstrel psrt
was the conventional one of covered chairs
but the performers "dressed the parts"
conscientiously and, in the first part, quits
elaborately. The entertainment was dis
tinctly a club affair snd Seas followed by
ths customary lnformsl hop.
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Call or write
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I IS alats UnH ChlMse.
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The pianoa, the prices and the terms make it so. Our
Kale of pianos and organs bought from Jas. T. Kecrdon of
Kew York,who has retired from business,!8 a great success.
Its the piano opportunity of a lifetime, but it can't last
much longer. All the pianos on the third floor salesroom
have been sold. There still remains a good assortment on
the main floor. If you want a good piano at the lowest
price ever quoted in Omaha, don't delay longer.
Beautiful new antique oak
Elegant mahogany cabinet Grand, worth CI7Q
$375, only .. 1 1 O
Bird's-eye maple upright, 1902 style, worth C91ft
425, only .LdO
Hungarian ash upright, made
$500, only ,
Terms $10 Gash and $5 per Month
Also a .number of used upright pianos taken in exchange
for our regular stock of STEINWAY, A. B. CHASE,
.VOSE, STEGEB, EMERSON, PACKARD, MASON &'
. HAMLIN, STECK and other pianos at f S5, $110, $125 up. .
Good square pianos and organs, $15, $24, $32 and up.
kWe take old instruments in exchange at full value. Rent,
tune, move, store and repair pianos at lowest rates.
- Buyers at a distance should write for catalogues, prices
aud terms or pay us a visit of inspection.
Your Opportunity to Save $100 to $150 on a First-Class Piano.
Maaafaetarers, Wholesale and
.(Ives of the wonderful Self-Play
1313 Farnam St., Omaha. Tel. 1625:
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs. Tel. 368.
A GOLD FILLED WATCH $10.00
Either ladles' or Rents' else Elgin or Walttsm movement a solid go14 watob
for $20. These watches are good time-keepers and our guarantee goes with svery
"TelawTiTn n oy & Ryo n Co. ,
Jewelers tod Art ism awd dvtoui rr.
' Ctall assrs Mall orders tires, eareful attention. Belesw
" ttoo aaofcaave seat to responstbte partlae.
BEST PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
Daily First-class Sleeper Through to San Francisco
via Colorado, passing the Grandest Scenery of the Rockies and Sierra
. Nevada by Daylight. Direct Connections to Los Angeles.
City Ticket Office, 1323
a everr woman floes who wsnls the
comblnstlon of style, oeauty and durability
Boroels shspes ars such thst In tne 7ft
Aur.mt lasts and styles ths most dimcult
foot to fit Is easily nttea.
Sorosis for women folks are ij.ou always.
Borosls wearers ars their recommenoers
We re a apeclalty shoo store tor women
boys and girls. '
SOROSIS SHOE STORE
203 So. ISth St.
FRANK WILCOX. Manager.
Bend for catsiocus. . .
Don't waste time tryfat;
to clean fine chinaware and
cut-glass With rosin soaps.
It removes every particle
of dirt and gives a twinkling
glimmer to every object to
which it it applied;
. Tare w-Uuadry, oe
bath aad toilet, c; aval
Cndoma sinr, shaving
Cadoma's ausy sa, auulsd
Ths Cudahy Packing Co.
. Oaaha...KOH Ctjr.
A PIAMO SALE
to sell for
Retail Plaao Dealei
Farnam St., Omaha.
. For cash or on monthly payments.
- Fres Sewing School all day Thursdsy and
Secood-Hsnd Machines for $1.00 to SIS. 00.
We rent machines. 75o per week or 12.00
per month. I
W. repair and aell parta used for every '
machine manufactured. '.
We have a full lino of Phonographs, wltt
a full stock of Edison's latest moulded
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
cor. istn ana jiarney.
GEO. B. MICKEU Mgr. Tel. 1661
Hi K. Mth fit., South Omaha, .Neh.
KM Broadway, Council bluffs. Ia.
Telephone Be!. "
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