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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, MARCH 0, 1002.
SOCIETY IN A. QUIET MOOD
Week of So Moment Bo Far u Smart World
it Concerned, y t
LITTLE THINGS TILL HOLD THE CALL
Teas Car 4 Parlies Malta l ike
List af Kstertalassemts Visit ..
aad Visiters Are
With Easter only thrts weeVe ttt, erltr
h become a rather one-sided Institution
c( 1st, for feihlonsbl femininity It de
voting but cnt tins to entertaining or
bring entertained thes dv. and tha mas
culine half baa taken refuge la a frath aup
plv f ctftra, "itag" airalra and othsr
things, as It weadara whjr women tea have
so thought bevond their milliners and
modistes at this season of the year.
The Kubellk concert last evening was
really tha one pretense at anything like
a representative gathering of the fashion,
able folk, and In fact tha thester promises
the only excuse for such assemblies for
aome time to come.
- A member of one of tha several local
whist clubs tbst boasts a contlnuoua fee
ord of five seasons, with afternoon meet
Inge every week, baa a collection of trophies
attesting her skill at tha game, amounting
In value to several hundred dollars. The
collection consists chiefly of cut glass, sli
ver and brlcabrae, and to tha wonder ot
aome of Ita successful owner's friends, la
kept In a cabinet In tha most obscure cor
ner of tha library.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bpencer entertained
a card club on Saturday evening.
Miss Melona Butterfleld gave a studio tea
on Saturday afternoon from t until f.
Mrs. Harry McCormlck wae hostess at
Wednesday's meeting of tha Cooking club.
Miss Maa Rothschild was hostess at Mon
dsy's meeting of the A. O. T. Bowling club.
Mrs. David Degen entertained the metn.
bers of the Just for Fun club on Friday
Mr. and Mra. 3. L. Baker entertained a
party of ninety friends at carda on Friday
evening. ' '
The Hanscom Park club gave another ot
Ita very enjoyable dancing parties on Fri
The Misses Hastings entertained at din
ner on Tuesday evening for,-their guest,
Miss Marion Carlton of Atlanta, Oa.
Tha Carnation Social club gave one of Its
enjoyable dancing parties last Tuesday even
ing, about 136 couples attending.
Mrs. Albert Cahn was hoatess at a very
pleasant Informal afternoon gathering on
Tuesday at which about fifteen women were
Tha Tecumseh club waa very pleasantly
entertained Thursday- afternoon by Mra. C.
M. Headrlck in her apartments at the
Mlsa Blanche Howland entertained tha
members of the Charmanta club on Tueeday
afternoon at her home on Bouth Thirty
Mrs. O. Stora entertained about twenty
women in honor of her birthday Friday
afternoon. Tha house was decorated with
ferna and American Beautiea.
Miss Rltchardson, Miss Edith Smith, Mr.
Prank Haskell, Mr. Henry Tukey and Mr.
Harry ' ttlndsey were Miss Cotton's gussts
mi a doi party pa neaoeeaay evening.
For ter daughter, Hasef, Mra. Alfred O.
Nichols gave a birthday party to twenty
five children aad older friends Monday aft
ercoon at her home. 22 IS Farnam street.
One ot tha pretty complimentary affaire of
the week waa tha auchre party given on
Friday afternoon by Mra. O. 3. Ingwereen
. for her guest. Miss Ingwersen of Clinton, la.
Mra. 0. O. Troaell entertained a large
party of women at ali-handed high live on
Friday afternoon, her borne being effectively
decorated with rosea, carnations and flow
Mr. Paul Havana entertained a party at
. young friends at progressive croklnole on
Thursday evening at his home, 1115 South
. Twenty-slghth street, tha occasion being
his 15th birthday.
A reception waa given tha Toung Men'a
Christian association basket ball team Tuee
day evening at the borne ot Mr. and Mra.
, 3. M.. Stafford. 1418 Seward street, In honor
of their nephews, Messrs.. Clarence aad
.Oeorge WUla rd. It waa a brilliant affair
Built for First
' ' v,
From Maker to
Beautiful exclusive ART CASES, as well
aa a complete atock of their regular do
algns, at prices close ta builders' cost.
Our $200 Piano
la a marvelous Instrument for the price.
mskes other piano players sound like ma
chines, for a fact.
BRANCH OF HARDMAN.
utieiior ijiono e
north Sfda 1316 Firm SI.
CMA, KEB. '
aad enjoyed by all. Covers ware laid for
twenty-four, with a pretty aad appropriate
souvenir for each guest.
Miss Rltchardson wse the guest of honor
at a box psrty given by Mrs. H. P. Wb It
more oa Tuesday afternoon, the other guests
being Mlsa Cotton. Mian Edith Smith and
Miss Carlta Curtis.
Miss Cotton entertained a boa party at
the Kubellk concert on Saturday evening,
ber gsests being Mr. and Mra. Lather
Kountie, Miss Rltchsrdeoo, Mr. Kira Mil
lard and Mr. Frank Haskell. -
Miss Irsne Harris entertained twenty ot
her young friends on Thursday afternoon,
tire occasion being her seventh birthday.
Juvenile gamee were played during tha af
ternoon and lstsr a birthday luncheon waa
. For Rev. and Mrs. Jenka Mr. and Mra.
Wilhelra entertained at dinner oa Satur
day evening. Mr. aad Mra. J. B. Esnm, Mr.
and Mra. Lindsay, Mr. and Mra. Clement
Chsse and 'Mr. Jobn L. Kennedy were tha
Mrs, Millie Ryan entertained a Sous
concert boa psrty In honor ot Miss Ella
Ryan of Dunlep, la. The guests were Mra.
Charles Hlgglns, Mra. Frank Oallaghsr, Mra.
Brodegard and Miss Carrie Wooda Busch
Mr. and Mra. H. P. Whitmore gave a bot
party at Boyd's on Tuesday evening followed
by a aupper at the Omaha club, in honor of
Mr. John Philip Bousa. Thslr other guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden, Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J.' C. Kenyon and Mr.
Samuel Hitter Brown.
The guesta of the Bachelors gave tbelr
regular fortnightly party oft Thursday even
ing, tables being arranged for cards and
the evening given over to high five. Tha
prltes wsre won by Mra. F. H. Jackson,
Mrs. B. F. Breldenbecker, Mr. J. B. Bbeean
and Mrs. F. H. Jackson.
Mrs. F. W. Judson entertained one ot the
unique gatherlpga of the week on Monday
afternoon at her home, 4014 Lafayette ave
nue, about forty women being present. The
house was trimmed entirely with Japsheee
decorations, Japansss curtains, draperies,
parasols, fans and like things being aub
stltuted for the ordinary trimmings .of tha
rooms. The afternoon waa apeat at pro
gressive eroklnole, the prises being awarded
Mrs. Wrldder and Mrs. Leeee. On Tuesday
evening -Mr. and Mrs. Judson entertained
at high five and on Wednesday evening an
other card party, all of which were moat
Mra. J. B. Watklna of South Omaha and
Mrs. E. E. Bryson celebrated their birthdays
on Monday evening with a dinner at the
home of the latter. 1141 South Twenty
ninth street. The table wsa affectively
trimmed with asparagus fern Scattered aver
the cloth and massed about the base ot tha
centerpiece of ri& and yellow tulips. Tha
light waa supplied by several ahadad Can
delabra. The places ot the men were
marked with carnations, while each of tha
women received a bunch ot violets. Tba
guests of the evening were Governor and
Mrs. Savage, Mr. and Mra. 8. M. Mellck
of Lincoln. Mr. and Mra. J. O. Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Mr. and Mra.
In honor of her niece, Mrs. J. E. Mosler,
Mrs. H. N. Wood gave one of the amarteet
affairs of the week, a tea, on Friday after
noon, at her borne, 1034 - South Twenty-
ninth atreet. An especially affective floral
decoration of 'which a profusion ot early
rprlng flowers was the feature, contributed
to the occasion. The parlors were trimmed
with bright yellow daffodils and the library
and dining room In bridesmaid rosea and
red carnations. Mrs. Wood was assisted by
Mesdames 3. S. Knox, Florence Hartman,
W. J. Burgess, Byron Smith, D. H. Good
rich, Misses Goodrich, Laura Dale, Louise
Wood, Falna Howland, Irene Perfect and
Leila Scrlbner. During the afternoon from
4 until ( o'cldck about 170 woman ware re
ceived. , -i
Mnentali an Wkereabeats.
Mrs. Irving F. Baxter la In Chicago.
Mlsa Curtis has returned from Chicago.
Mr. Fred Nash returned from New York
Mr. John Daugherty went to Butte, Mont,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nseh are la New York
for a few days.
Miss Agnes Holland baa gone to New
Tork for a fortnight. '
Mra.' M. F. Morlll has returned from a
month's stay In the east.
Mrs. Horace Burt ' returned from Hot
Springs, Ark., on Monday.
Mr. Ralph Connell returned last week
from his ranch In Meklco.
Mr. Oeorge Hickerson haa gone to New-
kirk, Okl., to make hla home.
Mra. C. W. Lyman Is In Oeneva, Wis.,
with her son, Dr. Harry Lyman.
Mlas Myrtle King haa gone to Denver to
spend several weeks with relatives.
Mr. and Mra. Ben Rosenthal have gone to
California , to remain during March.
Mr. and Mra. Herman Kountse are ex
pected home from the south on Mondsy.
Mrs. Clarence B. White la back from a
six weeks' visit with relatlvee In Montreal.
Mrs. Robert Dinning and Miss Rita of
Ohio, who haa been ,hor guest for several
weeks, returned on Friday morning from
Woman's Work in Club and Charity
The evening section of tha Omaha Equal
ity club will bold Ita regular meeting at t
o'clock Monday svenlng a the banquet
room of tba. Paxton bote. ,
"If the General Federation of Women's
clubs were to be composed ot Individual
clubs, with the executive board formed of
state presidents, who should from tbslr own
number elect a working committee, tha
smaller body to meet as frequently as the
preeent board ot directors and the entire
board annually, the States would be given
a dignified position, would have practically
the management of the general federation
and that body would have tha service ot the
women moot closely In touch with club work
throughout . the eouatry," Dlmlee T. B.
Denleon In Brown Book of Boston for
Tha ninth annual meeting of the Inter
national Kindergarten union will be held In
Boston April 23, 24 and 25, and preparation
la being made for the largest attendance of
delegates and visitors that have yet availed
themselves of ths privileges of these meet
ings. The union Is ths largest association
of ths kind In the world, being a federation
of seventy kindergarten associations, and
has a membership ot over 1,000.
Mrs. Alice C. Putnam at Chicago, ens at
tba most able klndergartaaera of tha west.
Is tba president this year, and Mlas Laura
Fisher, director of tha kindergartens of
Bostoo, Is vice president, , while the other
officers Include some of tha foremost women
la this work. The union will be enter
tained by ue iLastern Kindergarten asso
ciation, of which Miss Lallak Pibgree is
president, and among ths speaker of prom
inence who will contribute to tha program
err: Charles W. Eliot, president ot Har
vard college; Heory, S. Prttchett, president
ef the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology; Profs. Paul Hanus, Earl Barnes, E.
P; Beaver and T. M. Balliet.
The program baa been Issued this week
for the twenty-fifth annuel meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the Presby
tery of Omaha at Waterloo March 2 aad
two weeks' visit ta Denver,- Colorado
Springs and Cripple Creek.
Mr. end Mrs. William Paxton. Jr., are at
their ranch In the western part Of the etate.
Mrs. William A. Paxton haa returned from
a visit with friends and relatlvee In Mis
souri. Mr.- sod Mrs. H. O. Strelght and Mies
Holden expect to leave tbta week for a visit
Mlse Jeanne Wakefield returned on Sat
urday from a twa months' visit with friends
In Lincoln. ' ,
Mrs. Leopold Heller will go to Kansas
City tomorrow to spend a fortnight with
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bancker have gone to
Brooklyn, N. T., where they will epend
about a month. .
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Brandola returned
from an extended eastern trip tba early
part ot the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Tatea returned
on last Saturday from Washington, D. C,
where they were the guesta of General and
Mr. Fay Neeiey spent a part of Isat wsek
with bis parents. Mr. and Mra. D. H. Nee
ley, returning the last ot tha week to tha
Miss Edith Smith Is recovering from a
recent Illness. i
Mrs. Myron Smith Is at her home la
Creaton, la,, having returned from London.
Mra. J. P. Bchonong will entertain tha
South Side Whist club on Tueeday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Sussmaa will enter
tain the Bon Ton Card club an Monday
Mre. Fred Rustln will entertain tha
Chafing Dish club ' on Friday evening,
Mrs. Charles T. Kountse waa confined to
ber home the greater part of last week by
aa attack of grip.
The tngagement la announced of Miss
Helen Morgan Burnam and Mr. Theodore
Butcher Lewis ot Philadelphia.
Mr. F. A. Brogan has purchased a lot ad
joining the Dickey place, near the Country
club, and will build a aummer home there.
The Richardson Art club will meet with
Mra. Maud Helm at her home, 1235 Charles
street, on Wednesday, March 19, at t p. m.
. The marriage of Miss Eleanor Montgom
ery and Mr. Grenville Parker of New York
will occur on April 28 at the Church ot the
Ascension In New York.
Mr. P. Beeen left Saturday afternoon for
an extended trip to Europe. While abroad
Mr. Besen will visit with relatives In Ger
many, France and Norway.
kiss Delay Doaae expects to leave Omaha
on Tuesday to go to Manila, where aha will
Join her brother. Lieutenant Doaae, and re
main with blm for several months.
Rabbi Simon left Saturday afternoon for
French,: Lick Springs, Ind., tor a much
needed isjst, to be gone three weeks. Hla
wife and baby accompanied him as far as
Chlcsgo and will then go to Toledo to visit
Mrs. A. E. Ooodall baa received a letter
from her son, Charles W. Ooodall, dated
at Honolulu, February IS, announcing hla
safe arrival on board tba United States
transport Grant, after a very stormy pas
sage. He Is a member of the United
States hospital corps enrouta to Manila.
Mr. Henry Allen of Kansas City spent a
part of last week In Omaha.
Mr. L. N. Oondon Is entertaining her
sister. Mrs. J. T. Ingham of Villtaca, la.
.Mra. Burress of Kansas City Is spending
a few days with her sister, Mrs. I A. Gar
ner. Mr., and Mrs. P. L. Markell spent a part
of last week the guesta of Mr. and Mra. 3.
Governor and Mra. Savage were tha
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Bryson the
early part ot tha week.
Mrs. Eire Haldlng and her niece, Mlsa
Mildred Holcomb, are guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Krelder.
Mr. James L. Blair, who waa Mrs. Cud
ahy's guest, returned to her home in St.
Louis the early part of the week.' -
Mrs. Leonora Dleta Nelson,, who baa been
visiting her mother, Mra. N. P. Diets, will
leave tomorrow for ber home in Philadel
phia. Cook's Imperial Extra Dry Champagne
has a delightful aroma. It la perfectly pure
aad naturally fermented.
MIUtBery Opes tag-.
First showing of Una spring millinery
Mondsy and Tuesday, March 10 and 11.
Kulel 4b Johnester. sole agents for Phlpps
Atchison's Una tailored bats.
Miss Dacy has rsturned from the east;
new goods now ready. IIS South Fifteenth
Spring opening, of Una millinery next
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Davlea,
1511 Douglas street. .
2T. An executive committee meeting will
open the session oa Wednesday morning, to
be followed by an opening devotional meet
ing. Mrs. C. B. Noyea will make tha ad-'
dress ot welcome and Mrs. F. C. Coulter the
response. Annual reports and a business
session will follow.
Mrs. Oeorge Tllden will lead tha prayer
service tor the northwestern board meet
ing, which will open tha afternoon ses
sion, the rest of which will ba devoted to
reports. In the evening there will be a
Christian Endeavor conference, conducted
by Miss M. Josephine Petrie of New York.
For Thursday morning there has been an
interesting program, arranged, a round ta-
ble, conducted by Mrs. John Campbell.
Thursday afternoon will be given over ta
papers and addressee by ths workers ot tha
The Clio club met on Friday at tha homo
pi ,Mra. W. D. Crawford, tba aftsrnoon'a
tudy, which centered about "Glastonbury
and tha Wye," completing the book on
"Old England." "Social Studies ta Eng
land," by Sarah K. Balton. will ba taken
up by the club for the rest of ths year, with.
Mra. F. M. Coulter as leader. Mrs. Cathers
will entertain the club at Ita meeting on
Mrs. Oeorge Tllden will present at ths
meeting of the political and social science
department on Monday afternoon the paper
she gave at the meeting of the State Aa.
oclutlon of Charities and Correction, held
recently In Beatrice, on "Nebraska's Need
of a Court tor Juvenile Offenders." Mrs.
A. K. Osult will preside and aa Invitation
Is extended to all member ot the club and
to all other Interested In this work- The
meeting will open at 2:46 o'clock.
The women ot Lo Aagelea have already
commenced arrangement for the entertain
ment of their biennial guest and ar pre
paring for the accommodation ef (.000 club
women. Arrangement are as yet too la
complete for definite announcements, but
ths one formal reception permitted the pro
gram committee will be held oa the even
ing of May 2 In the Woman's club house. '
One complimentary sicunlpa will hi
STATE ORATORICAL CONTEST
It Will Be Hela at Oelahtea
talveraltg Hall aa
' Ma reft SI.
The Nebraska Collegiate Oratorical asso-'
elation will hold Its annual convention and
oratorical contest la Crelgbtpn University
halt Friday evening, March 25. Thla Is an
association of all the, leading college and
universities of the' state of Nebraska, which
yea ciy hold a friendly" contest to determine
the representatives of the state at the In
terstate oratorical contest.
Crelghton University of Omaha Is to' be
represented by Jamee Woodard, Cotner uni
versity by W. L. Melllnger, Bellevue col
lege by Fred Kerr, Grand Island college by
Arthur O. Wray, Wesleyan university by
H. F. Huntington, Doane college by A. W.
Taylor and York college's representative Is
not yet known.
The president, Weir D. ' Coffman ot
Omaha, and the secretary, H. W. Longs
dorf ot Bellevue, are working hard to make
the meeting a success. The program for
March 21 will not only Include the above
orators, but will . also Include soma ot
Omaha's best musical talent.
LaeHea Bathery la Tha Be Bnlldlaer.
Youth and hsalth csn be restored and re
tained. The Ladles' Bathery In The Bee
building offers a road to health and beauty
and ha Improved upon Madame Yale'a cele
brated recipe, "exercise and tha bath," by
adding that most potent of modern powers,
electricity. The Renstrom system combines
tha bath with massage and electrlo treat
ment infusing new life 4nto every nerve,
muscle and tissue. The result Is marvelous.
The sensations beyond description. It is
an external elixir, purifying and upbuilding.
Nervous trouble and rheumatism disappear
before this magic treatment; recommended
and endorsed by leading physicians. Tha
ladle ar requested to call at the Bathery.
It la for their exclusive use and there are
many novel and Interesting featuree to In?
spect. . Trained women, who have made a
study of massage, and a maid always af
your command. Rooms 218-220 Bee bull
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Last Monday a number of the pupils of
the High echool could be seen carrying
loaves of bread around with them to their
different classes. These students were
members of Mr. Benedict's biology classes
who competed in the bread-making contest
last week. At the cloee of the sixth period
on Monday the biology laboratories were
sights to behold. Eager students crowded
around the laboratory tables, covered with
over 200 loaves of bread, to hear the Ver
dict of the Judges. After examining every
loaf of bread and tasting the best the
judges, Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. Jaynes
and Mrs. MacMurphy, decided that Miss
Luella Hlne and Fred Thomas were the
champion bakers of the school. Miss Hlne
was given a beautiful bread plate and Mr.
Thomas a microscope as flrst prise win
ners In the contest. When this was done
the bread was given to different charitable
Institutions of the city.
A large attendance was present at the
Alice Carey meeting held Thursday after
noon. A program committee consisting of
Misses Oration, Buckingham. Howlan and
Hunting, was appointed for the next meet
Ins;, to be held the latter part of March. A
debate between Miss Klewlt and Miss
Johnson will then take place.
A large number of Hastings' teachers
visited the High school Thursday and Fri
day. The purpose .of the visit was to learn
the methods of teaching used by Omaha
teachers. Among the visitors were Miss
Kelly, principal of the Hastings High
school, and J. H. France, superintendent
of schools st Hasting.
The locker which are now being built on
the flrst and second floors of the High
echool are promised to be ready for use by
April 1. There will be 540 lockers, one to be
used by three pupils.
On Friday evening, February 2S, the
Natural History society Initiated elxty-flve
new members Into Its society. Members of
this society are distinguished with little
silver pins In the shape of a starfish. .. ,
The Webster Oratorical society held a
meeting for reorganisation Friday after
noon. Drill wae resumed once again last Mon
day, though Company O must drill without
Harry WIgton Is now instructing Miss
Wilson a mathematical class, and will con
tinue to do so until Miss Wilson Is able to
be at school. Mr. Wlpton was a member
of the Omaha High school class of '96 and
graduated from that class with high
The P.' Q. 8. girls held an Important
business meeting Friday afternoon. Sev
eral committees were appointed to attend
to the making out of programs for the en
tertainment to be given Friday, March 14.
The C. T. C. was entertained on Saturday
by Miss Fisher. The afternoon was pleas
antly spent in games, after which refresh
ments were served.
, ' OMAHA SUBURBS.
Harvey J. Grove has begun two mors
Misses McOutre entertained a number of
friends at their home the past week.
Services will be conducted In the Metho
dist Episcopal church this morning by the
paator. Rev. Luce.
Lucille, little daughter of Rev. A. A.
Luce, who underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis. Is recovering.
No literary meeting will be held this
week on account of the play. The next
meeting is to be March 21.
The house occunied bv "Grandma"' Mr.
Coy has been sold and she will make her
home with Dr. and Mrs. McCoy.
The walls of the flrst brick building In
Benson are being put up by Joseph Mc
Gulre. He will use the building for a gro
cery. The Benson Dramatlo club will rive "En
listed for the War" In Benson town hull
Friday and Saturday evenings, March 14
given ta officer, delegate and speaker
oa May 7, but as yet no definite decision
has been made as to tha nature of tha out
The regular meeting of the Missionary
aoclety of Westminster church will be
held at tba home of Mrs. Randall. 820 Park
avenue, oa Thursday, March 13, one week
earlier than usual, owing to' business, that
ha to be attended to. There will also
bo the annual election of officer,
The Dundee Woman' club met Wednes
day afternoon, March E, with Mrs. Curtis,
After a general discussion of current events
Mrs. Hereford, the leader for the day, read
aa exhaustive and Instructive paper oa
Marconl'a system ot wireless telegraphy.
She Illustrated her paper with drawings of
her own, showing the dispatching and rs
ceivlng Instruments and ths manner In
which the message leave one ship and ar
caught up by ths plate of copper connected
with the Instruments oa other ships. Ebs
spoke also of the "timing of the receivers
so that each instrument can. only receive
the message Intended tor It. In connection
with thla ths subject of wireless telephon
ing was spoken of. Mrs. Johnson gavs a
brief review of a magaslne article on the
interest English women take in the polit
ical advancement of their, husbands.
One ot the most pretentious affairs given
in the Woman's club this winter was the
luncheon given by the members of tbs Eng
lish literature department yesterday noon
at the Millard hotel to the anoakaxe tbst
have addressed th department during the
winter; Including member the party con
sisted of thirty-three. Rabbi and Mrs.
Simon, Prof, and Mrs. Barber of Lincoln,
Dr. Hill of Lincoln. Mis Kate McHugh,
Rev. and Mr. Walk of Council Bluff, Mr.
Oeorge N. Tllden, Mrs. Draper Smith, Mrs.
Frank Haller and Miss Laura Scott being
the guests of. honor. The luncheon was
served In nine courses, interspersed with
toast by the guests, each responding with
a sentiment from the author upon which he
and 15, under the ausvtews of the Indepen
dent Cn-dcr of Odd Fellows' lodne.
A Special proa-ram entertainment ws
r:lven by the Lltercry society Friday even
ng. A song by Frank Keller and duet
by Elmer Vlmnted preceded the talk of
Mrs. Jennie E. Keysor on "Ufa lessons of
the Toets." Mr. Ulmsted gave two more
numbers and Mrs. J. J. Dickey favored
with two recitations.
The election of officers and teachere of
the Methodist church resulted as follows:
Superintendent, U. U. Hills; assistant su
perintendent, W. H. Tlndell, Jr.; treasurer
end secretary, Alfred TlndMl; librarian,
Mls Pearl Lowe; organist. Miss Bea Hoff
man; teachers, IMbi. class, Mr. Ttndell,
sr.; young men, K. G. Hills; boys' Junior,
Frank Kellar; boys' Infant. A. K. Stla-er;
young women, Mrs. McCoy; Junior, Mre.
Kellar; flrst primary, Lillian Van Cura;
second primary, girls. Miss Agnes Tlndell.
Mrs. 8. R. Rush entertained at luncheon
Mrs. Sweesy, who has been visiting In
Nebraska City, has returned to her home
On Davenport street.
W. R. Llghton will soon leave for Bos
ton, to All a literary engagement.
Mis Zora 8hlelds. who rrently was
graduated from the State university, I as.
slstant teacher of Greek literature at her
Mrs. A. P.' Calland was hostess at two
fleaaant functions last week. Monday even
ng the Neighborhood AVhlst club met at
her home. Thursday afternoon she enter
tained at a kenslngton
rExsioxs for westehx vetera.is.
War Sarvlvars Remembered by .ths
WASHINGTON, March 8. (Special.) The
following western pension have been
Issue of February 19:
Nebraska: Original Theodore Volet
lander, Geneva, $8; Samuel P. King-, Omaha,
M; war with Spain, Charles A. Lewis, Lin
coin, M. Increase, restoration, reissue, etc.
1ewls Congleton, Kearney, 12; Peter T.
Krlntsfleld, Fairfield, $12. Original widows,
etc. Special accrued. February 2L Mary
Bowman, Orleans, $s.
Iowa: Original Isaac Tocum, Clarion, $6;
Asher M. Lyon, Marengo, $6; Ichabod Col
yar, Des Moines, ifi; war with Spain, Henry
Mammen, Lemars, $22. Increase, restore
tlon, reissue, etc. William J. Anderson,
Newmarket, $12: Mathnus Plsslnger, Wa
pello, $14; John W. Pnbney, Wlnterset, $10;
Clark C. Mclntlre, Charlton, $121 John K.
Smith, Atlantic, $8; special February 24,
Daniel King. Ottumwa, $24. Original
widows, etc. Minor of Peter L. Weltv,
Gray, $14; Sarah McClement, Clear Lake,
$tt; special accrued February 21, Clara A.
Carrington, Rock Branch, $8. Renewal
widows, etc. Louisa Lester, Ottumwa. $12.
Wyomin: Increase, restoration, reissue.
etc. James J. Felham, Thermopolis, $12.
noum j'BKota: increase, restoration, re
Issue, etc. Jnseoh Cook. Gettvsbure. $12;
John D. Hutchinson, Montrose, $10.
morin uaKota: increase, restoration, re
Issue, etc. William Engelter, New Salem,
rAlA,aA, TM.A.. .ui...(l..
etc. San ford M. Amy, Howard, $1
Travelers' Assorlatloa Growing-.
The executive rommftte nf th. TOeatsm
Traveler' association held Its regular semi,
monthly meeting at the association head
quarters In the United States National
bank building yesterday afternoon. Besides
transacting routine business, 102 members
were elected and thirteen weekly Indemnity
claims, amounting to $s60, were allowed.
The condition of the association Is reported
to be highly satisfactory. The growth this
year haa been greater than during any pre.
IrlnM. ,n Dirar 1 AAA .a..ln. n
. . 1. 1 j j . . . . ...... jiii. . 1 1 . i . ni.
now members of this association and new
ones are being added at the rate of over
200 per month.
One of the favorites
In both button and lace.
This Is one of the Borosi specials
made In patent leather or kid, with
Cuban heele or military.
75 different styles of Sorosls thla is
only one of them price $3.60 always.
Sorosis Shoe Store
'03S. 15th St.
Send for catalogue.
FRANK WILCOX, Manager.
People have - been so imposed upon with
disagreeable, worthless dyee and so-called
hair restorers that ws do not expect you
to take our word only for the following
statements. We have had extensive ex
perience with many preparation aad can
say that this 1 the best we have found,
and It will do aa represented.
MART T. GOLDMAN'S EXCELSIOR
HAIR RESTORER 1 a clean and harmless
preparation for restoring gray or faded
hair to It ORIGINAL color In from seven
te fourteen days. ' As It Is not a dye and
has no sediment of coloring matter It Is not
sticky or greasy and doe not (tela skin or
scalp. Nothing to wash or wear off. It
take effect on the gray hair only and doe
aot change the original color. Having
Such a revitalising effect oa the hair it
naturally make It soft and fluffy. Curling
or anything else will not affect It The
restorer is sdorlsss.
4DH0.T ii&in pnLcns,
1620 Douglas Street.
Are better than any other for
your house. .
Tlsraiia every ounce of material
Ilapnica the quantity and weight
DCtdUSO are la each package.
Har mica years of the " severest
Gives Best Results
Book of information and color cards .
can be obtained from
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.. ltu and
Midland Glass and Paint Co.. 1408-11
w -;, -as
" fciWmaas.1 r -
New Styles ar now arriving.
. Three carloada of tha finest Piano
ver ahlpped to Omaha, only the very
latest style, finest veneer and scien
tific scales In this shipment. The
architecture is at once unique and
chaste, the fancy and natural wood
veneers THE CHOICEST, tha forests
of the world have had to ba explored
to obtain such rare figured Mahogany,
beautiful curly Birch, English Burl,
gnarled French and Circassian Walnuts
Ebony of ths choicest and genuine
Rosewood. Seldom, Indeed, Is It that
on can find such a aslsctton of
strictly high grade Piabos outside ot
New Tork City. Notwithstanding the
high class and reputation ot these
celebrated Instruments the products
ot many of the most famous piano fac
tories ot America,
Schmoller & Mueller
Will stick to their Idea of quick (ales
and small profits. This has been the
key to our success; adding to these
the very easiest ot easy terms. This
house Is -ths originator In tha weat ot
$5.00 monthly payments on new Pianos
Remember, we have for your In
spection such celebrated, make aa
STEINWAT, A. B. CHASE. GEORGE
STECK, MASON HAMLIN. EMER
SON. VOSE,' MARSHALL WEN
DELL, STEGER eV SONS, and many
more well known makea.
Largest Piano House In the West,
1813 Farnam St.. Omaha
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Don't ruin them
with grease and
hot water. Get a
pair ot rubber
gloves, for dish
washing and other
house work. The
kind we sell will
last, and they are
proof. Price, tl-2S;
by mall, postage
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO.,
lVta aad Faraaaa Streets. Omaha.
Dealers In All Kinds of Rubber Goods.
We have all the new and late atyles
trimmings. Pontiffs, Medallions, etc., bl
linen color, In cotton or linen.
A full line of black lace, Jetted or pi
lacea of all kinds.
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY Ladlea'
regular price, 25c, Monday, 15c.
Good quality sterling silver manlcur
A lot of bat plna, 15c each, aome of
Ferris Dresa Forma, never sold for 1
Imported and Domestic Pattern Hats
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
March 13, 14 and 15
Your attention is also called to the largest and finest
stock of IIAIIt GOODS in Omaha. First-clar HAIR
DRESSER AND MANICURIST in attendance.
1GU Douglas St.
A GENTS SOLID GOLD WATCH $40.00 . .
Tho case Is a solid UK one. with a n Elgin, Waltham or -ny well known
American nwvement, guaranteed a good time keener. Gems' sole-tilled watches as
low as 110. Ladies solid old watches f or . Ladles" gold-filled watches for IU.
Ws have sll grades and sixes, from a bo y's I2.M watch to a tax) Patek. Phillip as
Co. floe Betas walches.
MAWIIINNEY & RYAN CO.,
Jewelers ami Art Stationers. 15th and Douglas Straat ,
I BiO uoifiat lti
Every dsy how bring something
new tor your inspection and approval.
New Drees Skirts.
New Walking Sklrta.
New Spring Jackets.
New Silk Raglans.
' The very latest productions at
price within the reach of all.'
If you want aomethlng exclusive,
don't forget that wo are doing ladle'
tailoring to ofder. W have a large
variety of clotba to select from, but
wtll make up your own goods If you
lain Deaerlas .
and table favors. Her Is such a dls
play or the things that give distinction
to Easter parties and dinners as is
not found anywhere outside of Bal
duff's store, we have had made for
us multitude of pretty pieces birds,
chicks, eggs, brownies, ducks, etc.
all made from live models In a won
derful realistic way. Here Is a list Of
special desserts of Ice cream: Eggs,
natural else, with yolk; bird' nest,
small chickens, larger nests, eggs,
13 portions; wish bones, tied with rib
bons; wine Jelly, quart; St. Honor, 13
to 1 portion; jnrdinere en bellerue;
doves; Ind. wine Jelly; meranguea.
Qive u your order early.
W. S. Balduff,
1520 Farnam St
or a cheap wheel for $16.00 It you want It.
Second-hand bicycles from (3.00 to $1100.
Vhceler & Wilson Ball-
Second-hand aewlng machine from $1.00 to
We rent macblnea for 76c per Week. Wa
repair and sell parte for every machine
at popular price. With a full Una of the
latest moulded records.
Nebraska Cyclo Go.
Cor. 16th and Harney. Phona IOCS.
834 Broadway. Phono Ball
COUNCIL BLUFFS, LA.
U N. 4th St. . SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
GEORGE E. MICK EL, Mansgar.
Easier Novelties j
New Waists of All Kinds
ARE IN. "
Wash waista In canraa, India and other new materials.
Norfolk, Gibson and other new spring styles.
A Urge variety of silk waist. See the $8.00 Bilk walata
we are eelllng for $0.50.
, torpedo appliques and braldg, Persian
ack or cream In' Bilk, white, cream and
aln, boleros or collars, white or black
velvet grip hose supporters with yoke,
e and embroidery sdnsors, Monday 87c.
tnese sold for 35c and 50c.
iese than 75c, Monday, 38c.
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