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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEt SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1002.
MAY PARTIES AND GOLFING
Things that Keep Local Social Oiiolei
MoTing These Days.
ACTIVITIES MANY AND FUNCTIONS SMALL
Tk of Pleasures Confine to Oat
door Game a ad Some Indoor
Affairs ai th fcjnalt aad
Quietness (till reign supreme In the
social world. ' The theater afford the chief
amusement, for there la practically nothing
to claim society's time except golf, and the
Informal luncheons and dinner which fol
low the game aa a matter of courae. Now
that the club house has been formally
Opened, the golf season has really begun
earnest. Many new faces are to be seen
en the links this season, and Dame Rumor
has whispered that not a few of last year's
favorites will be spirited away, perhaps
before the season shall have closed.
The dinner and dance given at the Coun
try club every Saturday night promises one
delightful event a week to mark the social
calendar. ' A few entertaining at dinner
last evening were Mr. J. M. Woolworth, Mr.
W. H. McCord. Mr. C. W.Hamilton, Gen
eral nates, Mr. E. L. McShane, Mr. Buck
ingham, Mr. Klrkendall, Mr. Scoble, Mr.
The members 'of the Cooking club
and a few friends will be guests of Miss
Preston. Covers for twenty-six.
The Foye cup in the women's handicap,
elghteen-hole tournament, on Wednesday
afternoon, was won by Mra. E. H. Sprague,
with a net score of 97.
While the Field club has not as yet had
)jts formal opening, the golf links are not
deserted by any means. The members are
planning for an elaborate affair on May
24, when the opening reception will take
place, the daley of which was caused by
the remodeling of the club bouse and other
Improvements on the grounds.
Wed dinars and Ensinmeiit).
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Wilcox announce
the engagement of their daughter, Lilian,
to Mr. Thomaa W. Allen,
t The wedding of Miss Jeannette Gregg
to Mr. Paul Barlow Burleigh will take place
on Wednesday evening at All Saints'
The wedding of Miss Viola Faust and
Mr. John W. Banks will take place at the
home of the bride's parents on May 21, to
be followed by a reception.
The double wedding of Miss Janet S.
McAusland to Mr. W. Francis Tucker of
Boston and Miss Rowena R. McAusland
to Otis T. Cartwrlght will take place at
ithe residence of the brides' parents, Mr.
and Mra. A. O. McAusland, 1605 Kyner
avenue, Wednesday afternoon, May 14.
The marriage of Mr. Herbert O. Hoerner
.and Miss Jessie E. Walker was solemnised
at the residence of the bride's parents, on
Wednesday evening. Rev. C. C. Clssell
performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Hoerner will reside with the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hoerner, after
a wedding trip spent In Denver.
Announcements were received In Omaha
last week of the wedding of Mlas Orace
E. Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
3. Nichols, and Mr. William T. Dumbleton,
which occurred at Denver on Wednesday,
May 7. Mr. and Mrs. Dumbleton were
both former residents of Omaha and have
a wide circle of friends here. They will
reside In Chicago, 111.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hamer,
3804 Charles street, at 2 o clock, Wednes
day afternoon, May 7, occurred the mar
riage of their daughter, Nellie, and Mr.
' Robert E. Boewortb of Portland, Ore. The
wedding was beautiful, though a simple
one, and waa witnessed by only relatives
and immediate friends. The ring service
.of the Methodist Episcopal church was
read by the groom's father, Dr. R. W. Bos
worth of Beloit, Wis., assisted by Rev.
George H. Main of Walnut Hill Methodist
Episcopal church. The bride was pretty
In her traveling suit of tan and carried
.bride's rosea. She was attended by her
sister, Miss Anna Hamer. Dr. A. B. Llnd-
quest acted as best man. The house waa
effectively trimmed with roses and greens,
blush 'roses being used In the parlor and
pink roses decorated the back parlor. After
a wedding supper, Mr. and Mrs. Bosworth
left for their future home at Portland, Ore,
The marriage of Mr. George W. Wright
m Newcaatle, Pa., and Miss Bertha Bliss
,Blrd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Bird,
.took place at the home of the bride's
parents, 981 North Twenty-fifth street, on
Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, Rev. R.
M. Stevenson, D. D., of the Second Presby
terian .church, officiating, in the presence
Are the biggest improvements on bi
cycles. If you haven't ever ridden
one we have one we would Ilka to
have you try.
Trade your old wheel In on a new
one, for we can allow you more now
than any other time. We have the
finest line of bicycles ever shown In
one bicycle store and our prices are
from IS to $16 less than you can buy
Nationals, Cleveland, and
Racycles, $35. to $50.
$S0 Regal, made by th STEARNS
BICYCLE CO., for $30.
Imperial for 'A. Standards, $30.
A New Wheel aa low at $16.
Tires, $1.26. $1.60 and $2.00.
Easy Payments $6 down, $1.60 per
$10, $20 and $30..
I CO a CMCAM JT
Tat Beat Place to Buy Bicycle and
Oorham Oyster, Soup
Oravy or Cream Ladles
Butter Spreads, Salad Sets,
ate, for weddings.
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of relative and immediate friends of the
family. The home was prettily decorated
with La France and brlde'a rosea and a
profusion of smtlax and ferna. The bride
wore a charming gown of white opera
batiste, being elaborately tucked, and car
ried brlde'a rosee. A wedding breakfast
wits served immediately after the cere
mony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Wright
left for an extended eastern trip. Their
future home will be In Newcastle, Pa.
Jack Alvord entertained a few of his
friends on Thursday evening at cards.
Mrs. R. W. Connell entertained ten wo
men at a delightful luncheon on Thursday.
Mrs. Comstock entertained the members
of the Harmony club on Saturday evening.
Mra, Henry Fredrlckson was hostess at
the meeting of the South Side Whist club
The members of the Neighborhood Whist
club were entertained on Monday by Mrs.
Mrs. Oeorge Scribner entertained at an
enjoyable tea on Tuesday, complimentary
to Mrs. White of Cincinnati.
In honor of Mrs. Oeorge E. Waring a de
lightful tea was given by Mrs. Samuel G.
Strickland on Friday afternoon.
Miss Lomax entertained for Mr. and Mr.
Jack Cudahy of Kansas City at dinner on
Sunday evening at the Country club.
On Friday evening at the Metropolitan
club the Woman's Auxiliary of Unity
church gave a very enjoyable May party.
In compliment to her sister, Mis Fisher
of Florence, Wis., Mrs. A. Plato enter
tained Informally on Tuesday afternoon.
Complimentary to Mrs. B. S. Baker of
Albuquerque, N. M., Mis Reynold enter
tained a few friend on Monday evening
at her home, 1509 Park avenue.
A pleasant surprise was given Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Busk at their home on Spencer
street on Monday evening by fifty friends,
the occasion being their fifteenth wedding
A stag arty was given at the Omaha
club on WednetJay evening by Mr. Jack
Cudahy, when hta guests were Mr. E. A.
Cudahy, Mr. Merchants, Mr. E. W. Dixon,
Mr. F. A. Nash. Mr. Wattles and Mr.
The women of the St. Marys' Avenue Con
gregational church gave an elaborate break
fast In the church parlors on Friday at
blah noon. The tables were handsomely
decorated with spring and hot house flow
ers. A harpist furnlahed the music
Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. Barnum cele
brated their thirty-sixth wedding anniver
sary on Wednesday evening at their home,
1124 North Eighteenth street, very pleas
antly entertaining a number of their old
friends and neighbors at cards. Deliclou
refreshments were served later In the even
ing. Mr. O. D. Ktpllnger entertained the
Thursday Morning Bowling club at lunch
eon on Thursday. The house was decorated
with carnations and May flower and the
beautifully appointed table held a huge
bunch of lilacs as a centerpieoe. The prizes
for the bowling score were won by Mr.
Cronk and Mrs. Campbell.
The Mav tiartv of the Omaha Guards,
given at their armory on Friday evening,
was enjoyed by about seventy-five couples.
The hall presented a gala appearance, dec
orated In pink and green, a diamond of
palms graced the center of the hall and
palms and ferns filled the corner. The
light were shaded In pink. Punch waa
served from an effective comer of green.
Mra. Charles G. Greene waa hostess at
a delightful luncheon on Thursday. A
bunch of lilies of the valley marked each
cover, the centerpiece being a basket filled
with asparagus vine and marquerlte. Those
present were: Mrs. Wakeley, Mrs. Cuming,
Mrs. Balch, Mrs. Prltohett, Mrs. Lindsey,
Mrs. ColpeUer, Mrs. E. W. Cudahy, Mrs.
Oeorge Barker, Mrs. Guy Barton and Mr.
The Elks' May party on Thursday even
ing was a most delightful affair. The rooms
were handsomely decorated with red car
nations and American beauty roses, the
orchestra being screened by a ledge of
palms and fern. Punch waa served dur
ing the evening and at Intermission re
freshment from a table beautifully trim
med with rose, an Immense bunch of Amer
ican beauty rosea gracing the center.
About sixty couples were present.
The Cooking club gave a handsome 'din
ner on Thursday evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountxe. The
guests were seated at two tables, prettily
adorned with Immense bouquets of lilac
In (liver vase. Cover were laid for Mr.
and Mr. Harry McCormlck, Mr. and Mr.
H. Wilklns, Mr. and Mrs. Burgess, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Kountxe, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker, Mis
Helen Smith, Mlas Swensburg, Mi Web
ster, Miss Preston, Mr. Sam Burns, Mr.
Haskell, Mr. Harry Lindsey and Mr. Ed
In honor of Mr. and Mr. Dick Stewart
a delightful "coffee" waa given on Tues
day, evening by Mr. and Mr. Harry Mo
Cormick. Assisting Mrs. McCormlck re
ceive the guests were Mrs. Stewart and
Mrs. Charles Kountxe. The assistant In
the den, where punch wa served, and in
the dining room were Mr. Kenyon, Mr.
Remington, Mr. Wilkin, Mr. Joseph
Barker, Mrs. Warren Roger, Mr. Clement
Chase, Miss Webster and Miss Preston.
Th house waa beautifully trimmed with
green and white, th dining table lighted
by green-shaded candles.
On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. W,
J. McManlgal were hostesses at a card
party for their guests, Mr. and Mr. W. F.
White of Clncianatl. O. The house wa
beautifully decorated with a profusion of
pink and whit carnation and festooned
with imllax. The prise of th evening
were awarded to Mr. Lewi. Mr. Fowler,
Mis Lehmer, Mr. Lawrle, Mr. Butler and
Mr. Van Court. Other out-of-town guests
present were Mr. O. M. Boyer of Chicago
a ird Mr. W. F. Munro of Das Moines, la.
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. McManlgal
entertained at cards for Mr. White. Th
prlie were won by Mr. Ledwlch, Mr.
Cockrell and Mr. Cather. Dainty refresh
ments were served at the conclusion at
The post-nuptial reception gives In honor
of Mra. Erastus A. Benaon by her slater,
the Mines Alexander, wa one of the
prettiest social funotiona given this spring.
About 250 guests were received between
the hours of t and 6. Th Mlaaea Alexander
and Mrs. Benson received the guest in
the parlor, which wa decorated with a
profusion of bride' rose. Americas
beauty rosea held away in the library and
La France rosea were choaen for the din
ing room, the table being lighted by pink
shaded candles. Punch waa served in a
room upstairs, which was a bower of spring
flower. Th bowl wa wound with imllax
and wreathed with aplraea. Th aaslstlng
women were Mrs. Selby, Mr. Btiger, Mra.
Griffith, Mra. Dale, Mr. Bates, Mr. Sholes,
Mra. Allen, Mr. Mctiween and the Miases
Blessing. Orcutt, Morehead, Bennett, Com
stock, Downa, and Towns.
Mr. and Mr. H. H. Hake of Denver ar
visiting In th city
Dr. Allison of Denver 1 th guest of
Mr., John D. Cralgbton
Mia Maa Shipman of 8t. Louis 1 th
guest of th MUses MacCoy.
Mra. C. L. Williams of Rock ford and
Mra. Charles R. Smith of - Chicago ar
guests of Mr. and Mra. W. W. Williams
.V- W. r. Whit of Claolaaatt, who haa
tttae guest p Mr. aad Mra. W. J, g.
Manlgal, left on Friday for a trip to the
Mrs. A. F. Adams ef Newton, Mass., Is
the guest of Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall.
Dr. and Mra. Manker of Red Oak, la., are
visiting Mr. and Mra. W. O. Templeton.
Miss Lemere of Manchester, Eagland, Is
visiting her brother, Dr. H. B. Lemere.
Mrs. F. L. Eaton of Sioux City wa th
guest of Mra. H. C. Cheney on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. W. M. McKay have aa
guests Mrs. C. M. Talcott and baby of Chi
cago. Mlsa Blanche Klnsler of Buffalo, N. T.,
Is visiting Mrs. A. V. Klnsler and Miss
Mra. Whltcomb of Chicago Is- the guest
of her daughter, Mrs, Warren Blackwell,
on West Farnaro.
Mrs. M. I. Gannett of Washington Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Flemon Drake,
(18 Georgia avenue.
Mrs. G. M. Lambertson of Lincoln, who
has been the guest of Mrs. Offut, returned
to her home yesterday
Miss Mollis Paul, who has been the guest
of Miss Edith Burns, returned to her home
at Harlan, la., on Monday.
Mr. Howard M. Engelman and family of
Leavenworth, Kan., are spending Sunday
in the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Mrs. W. A. Garrett of Philadelphia, wife
of General Superintendent Garrett of the
Reading railroad, Is visiting her brother,
H. C. Cheney.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cudahy returned to
their home la Kansa City on Monday, hav
ing been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ed
ward Cudahy over Sunday.
Rev. and Mra. A. W. Bosworth, D. D., of
Beloit, Wis., who came to attend the Boa-worth-Hamer
wedding, returned to their
home on Friday morning.
Judge Benjamin S. Baker 1 expected In
the city today front Washington. Judge
and Mrs. Baker will visit friends lri the
city before returning to their southern
Mrs. W. C. Metrger of Denver arrived In
the city on Monday and will spend some
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
R. Manchester, 1312 Park avenue. She was
accompanied by Mr. Manchester's niece,
Mr. George Robert of New York, who
will also spend some time In Omaha.
Movements and Whereabouts. .
Mr. J. S. White has returned from Louisi
ana. Judge Vinsonhaler has returned from Ar
kansas. Mr. E. H. Sprague has returned from
Mr. John R. Buchanan left for Chicago
Judge Fawcett left on Monday for Baker
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nash leave today for
Mr. P. E. Her returned on Monday from
Mr. W. J. C. Kenyon returned on Monday
Mrs. Oeorge T. Gilbert Is the guest of
Mr. W. F. Allen.
Mr. W. A. Paxton went to Kansas City
on Sunday evening.
Mr. E. L. Lomax returned on Wednes
day from San Franclaco.
General and Mrs. Manderson left for
Washington Sunday night
Charlea F. Tuttle left last week on a two
months' trip to New York.
Miss Caroline Mercer left for a week's
visit In Chicago on Tuesday.
Mrs. Lysle Abbott is home from a six
weeks' visit spent In Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Frenzer have returned from
their wedding trip, spent in Mexico,
Mrs. John Schmelzer and Miss Sophia
Mero are visiting at Leavenworth, Kan.
Mrs. G. Wolff and son, Walter, left yes
terday for a s'.x months' trip to Germany.
Mra. Blerbower and Miss Boyd have re
turned from several months' visit In Cali
fornia. Mr. J. S. Knox waa called to St. Louts
Wednesday by the death of Mrs. Knox's
Mrs. G. H. Malchlen and son, Fred, left
last week on a two months' trip to Nw
Mr. Harry Wilklns and Mr. Harry Mc
Cormlck leave today for their ranch In
Mlas Tip Inman was called to Spokane,
Wash., last week by the serious Illness of
her sister, Maude Inman.
Miss Florence Templeton returned last
week from Fremont, where she went to
attend a large May party.
- Mr. and Mr. Ben Rosenthal left last
Sunday for New York, where Mr. Rosen
thal will aall at once for Europe.
Mra. George A. McCoy returned from St.
Louts Thursday morning, where ahe has
been tor several months visiting friends.
Mrs. George B. Tsschuck and daughter
Marie left Wednesday for Pueblo, Colo.,
for an extended visit with Mrs. Tzschuck's
Mrs. Charlea E. Ford and children leave
today for a few weeks' visit with friends
and relatives at Indianapolis and other east
Miss Mary Doyle left last week for Los
Angeles and southern California, where
he expect to remain about six wseks,
visiting friend -and recuperating her
Mr. Brad D. Slaughter, accompanied by
her daughter, went to Fullerton on Wedne
day, hoping to recuperate sufficiently to
join her husband, Major Slaughter, In the
Philippines this summer.
Miss Dalsle Golf la the guest of Miss
Miss Hattie Morris will entertain the A.
O. T. club on Monday.
Mr. D. A. Goodrich la seriously 111, suffer
ing from an attack of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Conatantlne J. Smyth give a
card party on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mra. A. B. Welch ar guest of
Knapp's Tavern, Excelsior Springs, Mo,
Captain and Mra. W. R. Orovea, 106"
Park avenue, announce th birth of a aon
Th Et-a-VIrp club will give lta May
party at Chamber' hall on Tburaday even
Mia Sweniburg expect to sail la Jun
for Europe, visiting chiefly In England and
Miss Daisy Rogers will be hostess at a
dancing party on Monday evening at the
Mlas Delia McDermott Is the guest of
the Mtsse Bremner, 6001 Greenwood av-
Mr. and Mr. F. A. Brogen expect to oc
cupy their iiunotr home near the Country
club about Jun 1
Mra. C. C. McKlnney ha returned td
Omaha to reside permanently and la located
with her son at th Sherman
Mra. E. V. Lewis' luncheon, which wsj
to bar been given In honor of Mr. Tober
man, waa postponed until next Wedne
Mr. and Mr. E. V. Smith arrived Sat
urday morning from Loa Aagtle. Tby
xpect to make their home with tbetr
daughter. Mra. Jay D. Foster, 1046 Oeorg a
' The member and congregation of the
First Baptlat church will tender a recep-
tlon t thlr pastor and bis wlf. Rv. I Jmit, to college. Oll-Uxr eport, plemltd gymnasium under direction of prw
aadj Urs. J Cool D. tbU Iiuia iuaurjwf. U MACftAi. Priueij,!. OuuUu.
church on Tark avenue on Friday evening,
Invitation have been Issued for a dinner
to be given by Mr. and Mra. J. E. Baum
on Monday evening, complimentary to Mr.
and Mr. Daniel Baum, jr.
The members of the Charmante club will
be entertained at cards on Thursday after
noon by Mia Campbell, Mia Llvesey and
Miss Patterson at the home of Miss Llv
Co mine; Event.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Selby will entertain
Friday evening, May It, In honor of Mr.
and Mr. E. A. Benaon.
The meeting of the Sewing club, which
waa poatponed on account of the Inclem
ency of the weather, will be entertained
Monday at the Country club by Mrs. Luther
Only One Renatrom System.
There ia only one Renstrom system of
massage and electrical treatment and that
Is controlled and operated exclusively In
the west by the Ladles' Bathery, second
floor Bee building. Don't tie deceived In
this matter. The handsome bath parlors in
the Bee building are for the exclusive use
and benefit of ladles, equipped and fur
nished with special reference to their com
fort and convenience. Expert operators al
ways at your service and a celebrated and
invigorating sea-salt rub with every bath,
massage, Turkish or plain. Nothing like
It for a skin tonic. The Bathery la be
coming so popular that It is only a question
of time when It will be necessary to get
more commodious quarters and increase th
numbsr of attendants.
Sam'l. Burns, cut glass jelly dish, $2.00.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
On Friday Afternoon the senior clasa pre
sented the statue of "Winded Victory to
the High school. The pupils were dis
missed at noon to give those holding Invi
tations an ouDortunltv to attend the ex
ercises. Mr. Watson Smith, president of
tne class, made the presentation, wnue
the president was presenting the statue
Vice President Mary Bedwell unveiled it.
"Winged Victory" is a most beautiful piece
of art, nine feet In height and headless,
but Inspiring to look upon. Mr. Water
house spoke a few words concerning the
history of the statue. Mr. Johnson of the
Hoard of Education closed tne nrosrram
with a short speech.
The sham bailies held by the High school
cadets every evening lat week proved a
great success. The money cleared from
this spectacular show will be used to help
pay for encampment expences. Thin year
the encampment will be at Weeping Water
the last week In May. During that week
the ooys do the same duties and live as
soldiers In the service of the United States.
Mr. Benedict's second hour biology class
will take an excursion to Bernls park next
week. The students Intend to start at 6
a, m. and will study the characteristics of
birds. A similar excursion was planned
last week, but Mr. Benedict was the only
Friday arternoon tne cnemiairy pupus
were taken through the gas works by Dr.
Center. The students are now studying
Illuminating gas and the visit to the gas
works wa to increase their knowledge on
The High school base ball team played
against Bellevue college team Saturday
Miss Minnie Hlller will entertain the
C. T. C. Saturday, May 17.
On Wednesday evening was held the an
nual business meeting of the Presbyterian
Mlsa Louis Van Gleson was on Satur
day the guest of her sister, Mrs. James W.
The rearular monthlv meeting of the
Dundee Improvement club was held at the
school house on Monday evening.
Rev. C. . H. Herring and family have
moved into the brick house on tVe corner
of Forty-ninth and Chicago streets.
The laat meetlnar of the year of the Dun
dee Woman's' club will be held on Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. D. L. Johnson.,
Tha taut meetinr for the season of the
Round Dozen Social club was entertained
on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. P. II.
Mr. rhnnman and family from Archer.
Nab., have moved into the house on Cali
fornia street recently occupied by Mr.
On Saturday afternoon Miss Alexander
and Miss Ada Alexander received at their
home on South Thirtieth avenue for their
sister, Mrs. E. A. Benson.
Chris Nevlns has begun the erection of a
new residence on the Military road.
Corliss Totman left during the Inst week
for Toledo, O., where he will engage as
Horvlno. will he held todav at the Metho-
dlBt Episcopal church at the usual morning
hour by tne pastor, ev. ijuce.
M Hirun of Chicago, who has been
visiting with his brother In this place, left
lor his nome last weaneaaay anernuon.
Mm Walsh entertained her sister last
week, who was on her way from Minne
apolis to Elkhorn, Neb., the home of
The women of the Methodist cnurcn
nut st thn home of Mrs. J. A. Keller
last Thursday afternoon, to make house
hold articles to sell at the basar.
A three days' fancy bazar will be given
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid so-
At . Ronann Inwn hall An Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday evenings, May 15,
is ana u.
An enlovnhln event of the week waa
a surprise party given to Harry Fox at
the home or nis parents last rriuny even
ing. About twenty young people went en
masse to the Fox home.
guest of the Tracy family Friday.
v n n m.V. n waa Iah,Iv 111 th
first part of the week, is much better.
Mrs. Joseph Roth has been very in ror
the last week and is not improved at the
Miss Ollce Prudence Tracy attended the
Merrltt-Sample wedding In Omaha Wednes
in u.m vimhall of Omaha was tne
guest of her sister, Mrs. J. S. Paul Satur
day ana uunaay.
. IT Dlnlrnrtnn nf fflAft J-h. .
spent the paat week vistting her parents,
MX. ana mm. i r. " - -
miles north or town.
n ... Amah nfflnlfl iA at thA
nev. ui Lilian". -
Berv.ce In the Presbyterian church Sunday
nigni. ft win yruu.ui
the rest of the summer.
wards of Blair, Neb., and Mr. Herxogg and
daughter or narvaru, " '
uesis OI jmrs. a racy ntv"ra"-i
m ... - , 1 . I ) n nail lnh fir.VA A
dance at the city hall Saturday night for
the Denent or tne db.ii icb.ui. im ii
are near Falrvlew eehoolhouse, four mile
north of town.
The Modern Woodmen or America camp
iii.Haj in viva a dance In the near
future n t hall on Main etreet. Andrew
ATTO.-" -n ana W. "v wan were immcu urn
the coi iniiuw on arrangement.
The tfomen' guild of St. Mark' church
decldeo at its regular meeting Wednesday
evening to purchase a bell for the church.
Quit a sum has been collected and with
the amount pledged will make nearly
enough for the purchase.
A farewell social was given by the mem
bers of the Preabyterlan church Saturday
night for the benefit of Rev. and Mrs. Mc
lnnes. Rev. Mclnnes has been the paator
here for he last six months, but goes to
Omemee, N. D., where he will have charge.
The annual election of teachers was held
at the regular school, meeting Tuesday
night. F. F. Gordon, principal: Miss Bertie
Wilson. Miss Josephine Kelleher, Mlxs
Back, Mise DeMosa and Mlsa Anna Potter
were elected, all the former teachers being
elected except Mlaa Ida Miller, who will
soon leave for Oregon to visit a sister, and
probably make her future home there.
Boer Wmw Mesa Meetln.
There will be a mas meeting at t o'clock
tonight at Bohemian Turner nan, 'inir
teenth and Martha streets, for the diacus
Inn of Ihe Hnrr r.ime. John Rosickv will
preside and Captain H. C. DeRooy, foreign
legion Transvaal army, and other will
BRO WNELL HALL
Graduate of flv' of the beat known colleges of America included In corp of
Instructors. Muatc. Art and Modern Language taught by women of extended resi
dence In European capitals, under the instruction of tha oest master. t.lve good
,h fne .nv rniiavo nr,en to women. Principal' oerllrt-
WILL BE A LABOR OF LOVE
Onans-Tnkln; by Members of Teach
ers' Aid and Annnltr
One of the public school tescher ap
pointed for census work says: "The Teach
ers' Aid and Annuity association is re
joicing over the appointment of several
of its members as enumerators for the
school census to be taken Ja June. Four
populous wards have been assigned to them
by the Board of Education. The work will
be a labor of love so far as these teachers
are concerned. The money received for it
will go to swell the bank account of the
association. Since Its organization, five
years ago, with a capital of energy, pru
dence and hope, good management and
hard work on the part of each and every
member have resulted In the rccumulatlon
of thousands of dollars and no opportunity
to Increase the Income la neglected or
An Omaha Ror to the Front.
The friends of Dr. D. F. Iee are con-
firatulAtlng him on his appointment as
ntern at the county hospital by the unani
mous vote of the county commissioners.
Dr. Ijfo waa born and raised In Omaha.
He Is a graduate of the Crelghton uni
versity and of the Omaha Medical college.
He served two years as druggist In the
county hospital and his services were very
satisfactory to the commissioners. He Is
a son of ex-Councilman Michael Lee.
Prices that Talk
Plain facts plainly told.
Ladles' $26 walking suits for $13.
For Monday, fine gray material,
beautifully tailored and Jackets
taffeta allk lined.
Ladies' sllk-llned $30.00 suits, $20.00.
Black or navy etamine suits In
latest blouse and Eton effects, with
silk drop skirts, a $30.00 suit any
where, for $20.00 Monday.
Taffeta silk, $7.60 petticoats, $5.60.
Black mercerized $2.60 petticoat,
Children's ellk $16.00 coats for
Ladies' silk raglans for $13.60.
Ladles' colored cloth $10 Jackets,
New waists, new walking skirts,
ne cloth Etons and blouse Jackets,
new etamine skirts, new suits, all for
Department atore prices or less for
better made garments.
1 lBlO Dalat Itreet,
Is cut entirely different and Is much
more brilliant than the old style they
are handsome. They cost more money.
Come In and see them tomorrow. We
show the first In Omaha.
T. L. Combs & Co
Not the Number
1520 Douglas Street.
Our store Is full of them and we want
the room and your money. 8peclal prices
during the entir month. ,
Rambler, Columbia and
Wolf American at
Reliance, $30.00, the best wheel on the
market for the money, with choice equip
ment Or a good cheap
$15 to $20
Wheeler & Wilson
Ball bearing sewing machine for cash or
oa monthly payment. Free sewing school
all day Saturday.
Second-hand machines, from $1.00 to
$16.00. We rent machines, 75c per week or
$2.00 per month. W repair and sell part
for any machine manufactured. We have
Just put in a full line of
With full stock of Edison and Columbia
Nebraska Cycle Co.
Phone 1663. Cor. 15th and Harney.
Phone B618. $34 Broadway, Co. Bluff.
11 N. 24th St., South Omaha.
OEO. E. MICKEL. Manager.
2 HOURS ON A
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Meapolitan Ice Cream
A little quart' barrel is enough for 8.
A little pint barrel is enough for 4.
(1ET ONE TODAY.
YOU CAN rUT A BAltltEL IN YOUli POCKET.
W. S. BALDUFF,
1620 Farnam Street.
Mrs. R. H. Davies,
Omaha's Most Popular Milliner
Retiring from business
In order to close out this immense stock of
Millinery & Hair Goods
We start in tomorrow with a
50 Per Gent Discount Sale
Every article In the atore CUT IN TWO, this Includes our immense stock
of uncut goods, as well aa a large line of trimmed and untrlmmed hats, flow
ers, feathers, novelties, velvets, ribbons, chiffons, taffeta silks, veilings and
veils, mourning goods, etc., etc.
Switches, theatrical and dress wigs, pompadours and pompadour rolls, side
and back combs, curling Irons, alcohol lamps, etc., etc.
Full Line of Toilet Articles
1511 Douglas Street
gloves 50c and 75c colors black or white.
DIG CUT IN PRICE OF DRAPERY GOODS
25c Art Ticking at 12 Jc
20c Fancy Itep at 12Jc
15c Cretons and Denims at 9c
15c Silkoline at 9c
10c fcilkoline at' 5c
See the new unbreakable Shell Ilair Tins, 25c a box of six.
We have a large and elegant stock of
Pearl Pendants, Bash Buckles and Pins
We'd like to show you our stock.
Hawhinnoy 6 Ryan Co.,
Mail orders given careful attention. Selection packages sent to responsible parties.
All styles Munslng Union Suits from
$1.00 to 12 60 per suit two-piece gar
ments. 25c, 50c, 76c and 11.00 suit. The
best line of $1.00 Shirt on earth.
ma ii sna
' ' ! 20c
I fir. i
Silk and Lisle Gloves
The celebrated Kayser double linger tip
Gloves the tip guaranteed to wear as long as
the rest of the glove qualities silk and lisle,
prices 50c, 75c and ?1.00 colors black, white,
gray and mode.
Handsome lace or open work back Gloves in
lisle, 50c and 1.00; silk ?1.50; elbow length silk
Rings, Pins, Brooches, Watches, Boroque
and other pretty thing for graduation gift
15th and Douglas J owe! or si and i
Streets. ' Art Statlonera.
Gems Interesting to you when you ar
contemplating a tilano purchase.
What cause the Immense difference in
You want to know?
A postal card brings a "Walter" Piano
Booklet Ulls you all about It.
Fred R. Walter, Mff. Arent,
3112 California St.
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