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THE 'OMAHA DAILY UEK: SUNDAY, OCTOllEIt 2J, 1902.
SOCIETY'S WEEK SOT NOISY
Nothing Particularly Big to Disturb the
FOYE-M'SHANE WEDDING CHIEF EVENT
One t'omlac-Oar raxtr ae Trip
to Karon Pnstpoaed br Hasa
f ftlrkavss Amox the
lllnesa among a number of younger
brothers and sisters hai materially upset
ths plana of society of late, necessitating
the postponement of one man's trip abroad
and the reception and dancing party that
were to hare attended the Introduction
of the first of the season's debutantei, be
sides occasioning a list of minor disappoint
ments, as well thst lend to the situation
a seriousness In addition to the anxiety for
the sufferers. In spite of this, however,
there has been plenty to occupy society and
even though some of the most promising
things scheduled for the week had to be
railed oft, there remained a list that was
long Indeed as compared with the Idle
weeks of not so very long ago. The Foye
McShanc wedding was of course the event
of chief Importance, and the nucleus of
most of the activity of the early part of the
week. This week's calendar la also full, espe
cially the Utter part, for besides one large
Hallowe'en party theYe are to be ever so
many smaller affairs of less Importance
that are to Include almost every set and
as many varieties of entertainment.
Mrs. Cowglll gave a very pretty tea on
. Mls Lomax entertained a small supper
party on Sunday evening.
The Thurston Rifles gave a dancing party
at their armory on Friday evening.
Mrs. Charles Kountxe entertained at !e.
on Friday In compliment to her guest, Mrs.
Mrs. McKell entertained an Informal
luncheon on Tuesday for her guest, Mrs.
Campbell of Dea Moines.
Mrs. Oulou entertained a small party of
women at 6 o'clock tea on Monday In com
pliment to Miss McShane. -V
The members of the Friendly Greeting
club were entertained on Tuesday evening
by Mr.' and Mrs. Morris Husey.
Mrs. J. E. Rugg entertained at luncheon
on. Thursday In her apartments at the Nor
mandlc. Covers were laid for eight guests.
For Madame Powell, Mrs. Miller and Mrs.
Terley, Mrs. Charles Keller entertained a
few friends at a kenslngton on Wednesday
Mrs. Charles Fisher of Park avenue enter
tained at luncheon Friday In honor of her
mother, Mrs. Hunter, and Mrs. Campbell
of Dos Moines.
Mrs. A. D. Peters of Denver was the
guest of honor at a box party given at
the Orpheum on Monday evening by Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Peters.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Knox entertained
the member of the Harmony club very de
lightfully on Saturday evening at their
home on Georgia Revenue..
Complimentary to her slater, Miss Hogan
of Chicago, who is visiting her, Mrs. John
A. McShane entertained a luncheon party
on Saturday. There were ten guests pres
ent. The members of the Hanscom Park Card
club . were delightfully entertained on
Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Steel on South Thirtieth av
enue'. General and Mrs. Manderson entertained
at dinner on Thursday evening Mr. and
Mrs. 1. N. H. Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Etock
ard, Mrs. Craln and Mr. R. W. Patrick, be
ing their guests.
Miss McKenna, Miss Doane, Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Brogan, Mr. W. K. Martin and lieu
tenant Doane were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Guiou's guests t a box party at tha Or.
pheum on Monday evening.
Mrs. James H. Mcintosh bad as her guests
at a very pretty luncheon at tha Omaha
club on Thursday Mesdamea Fred Ruatln,
Henry Rusttn, Whltmore, MoClernand, C.
W. Hull. Wllklns and Miss Hoagland.
Mrs. Sylvester Rush entertained at lun
cheon on Friday in honor of Mrs. George
D. Clayton of Hannibal, Mo., and Miss
West of Cedar Rapids, la. Mrs. Clayton Is
guest of Mrs. Slsbaugh and MIps West Is
visiting Mrs. Hillls.
Mrs. William C. Patterson gave a pretty
luncheon on Friday, complimentary to Mr.
B. B. Livingston of Plattsmouth.
Mrs. Charles Ogden entertained one of
the large gatherings of the week on Thurs
day afternoon, six-handed euchre being the
game. Handsome prises for high scores
were awarded Miss Wakeley, Mrs. Munger,
Mrs. Cudahy and Mrs. Brady.
Mrs. Ralph entertained about forty wo
men at a very enjoyable kenslngton after
noon on Thursday at her home, 2'4S Capitol
avenue. The rooms were prettily trimmed
with meteor roses and the afternoon varied
with music and refreshments.
Mrs. E. C. McShane. Mr. and Mrs. Sar
gent of Kansas City, Miss Hogan, Mrs. Rob
ertson and the Misses McShane, Messrs.
Will Burns, Louis Nash, Lee McShane and
Frank Haskell, made up one of the Orpheum
box parties on Monday evening.
Mrs. 9. O. Hoff entertained the Twin
City Coffee club at her home on South Thir
teenth street, Thursday of last week, the
decorations, were of autumn. High Ave was
played. Prists were given to Mrs. P. E.
Elsasser, M. T. Hascall, W. Doty.
In boDor of Mr. William Foye and Miss
Mary McShane, Mr. Lee McShane, Mr. Louis
Nash and Mr. Will Bums gave a very en
joyable dinner and dance, at the Country
club on Tuesday evening, which was at
tended by a good proportion of the young
Mra. Metcalf was hostess on Tuesday at
a charming luncheon given In compliment
to Mrs. Edward Craln. The table trim
mings were of Jacqueminot rosea and her
guests were Mesdames Craln, Baldrlge, Hal
ler, Keller, Metcalf, Craig, Love, Cranston,
Lawton, Misses Doane and Wakeley.
The first meeting of the South Side Whist
club waa held on Tuesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. James Taggert. After
very dainty refreshments were served the
prises were awarded to Mrs. Albert Fuller
and Mrs. M. Marty. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Nettle Smith, 606 South
For Miss Helen Eastman of Evanston, 111.,
visiting here. Miss Dorothy Burns enter
tained a number of little girls on Saturday
afternoon. Her guests were Dorothy Wel
ter, Ruth Koch, Pauline Trout, Annlce
Woodward, Marlon Weller, Mildred Wood
ward, Anna Bailey, Lottie Hlrtes, Clara
Lindley and Ruth Bucher.
Mrs. Haller threw open the Llnlnger gal
lery and home on Thursday afternoon to a
score or more of the distinguished guests
of the Christian church convention, the aft
ernoon closing with refreshments. The ta
ble trimmings were of American Beauty
rosea and Mrs. Haller was assisted by Mrs.
C. S. Paine, Mrs. Croffard, Mrs. Qulvey,
Mrs. Bryson and Miss Butterfleld.
As a farewell to Mr. and Mra. Charles
E. Ford, who left on Wednesday to make
their home In Chicago, Dr. and Mrs. R. W.
Bailey entertained an elaborate dlriner
party at their home In Bemls Park on Mon
day evening. The round table had for its
center a large low bowl of meteor roses,
the same flowers being used in the other
decoration. Covers were laid for twelve.
In celebration of her birthday Mrs. Wil
liam Rice entertained a party of twenty
friends at luncheon. The rooms and tables
were prettily trimmed with white carna
tions and La France rosea. After the lun
cheon each woman waa given a card and
required to write tho correct botanical
names of twenty-five pressed leaves. Prises
being given for the greatest number of
In celebration of the third anniversary
of his consecration, Blxhop and Mrs. A.
L. Williams held a general reception on
Tuesday evening, at their home, at 2S18
Dodge street, which waa attended by several
hundred of the church people and friends
of Omaha, South Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Receiving with Bishop and Mra. Williams
were the clergymen of the city and their
wives, while out through the rooms a num
ber of young women assisted, among them
MIbs Peck and Miss Edith Smith, who
served punch from a prettily trimmed
corner of the reception ball, while
Miss Faith Potter, Miss Helen Cady. Miss
Mae Iler and Miss Bessie Stearnes, presided
alternately In the dining room. During
the evening a chest of silver waa presented
to Bishop and Mrs. Williams, by the mem
bers of the various parishes, Mr. O. W.
Wattles, making tha presentation.
TheVe Aro Patent Madicln and
Remedies Without Number
Far Every DlKMt aa ABnlctloa Bat
A prominent . physician was recently
asked why It waa that there are ao many
"blood purifiers," "nerve tonics" and
remedies for every 111 except one of tho
moat common and annoying, vis., piles.
Ha replied, there are two principal rea
sons. First, physicians and people In
general have thought that tha only per
manent cure for pllea was aurglcal oper
atlon; that medicinal preparations were
imply pallative. Another , reason is that
piles Is In no sense of the word an I magi
nary disease; the sufferer from piles Is
vary much aware of the fact, and for thla
reason tha few so-called pile salvea, olnt
menta., etc., have 'been abort-lived. Tha
patient very soon . discovered . their In
; He says further, fortunately, however
there la a new remedy tor piles, which
judging from Us rapidly growing popu
larity, will soon take tha place at all athur
treatment; It has certainly made astonish
Ing cures in thla obstinate dlaease and
its merit baa made It famoua among
physiclana and wherever It has been in
troduced. This reemedy la sold by all
druggists under tha name of Pyramid
Tila Cure. '
. From the Immediate relief which tha
Pyramid Pile Cure glvea in all forma of
plies many phyalciana auppoaed It con
talned opium, cocaine or aome similar aub
staaee, but upon analysis It waa found to
be perfectly free from anything of tha
kind and that tha Instant relief and cure
which follows Its use Is rather tha result
of its remarkable healing, aoothlag action
on the parts affected.
Tha Pyramid Pile Cure la tha only rem
edy except a aurglcal operation which
Immediately relieves and permanently
cures every form of piles.
It Is sold by druggists at M eenta and
tl. or by mall from Pyran.ll Drug Co.,
Marshall, Mich. '
guest of Bishop and Mrs. Williams previous
to their trip east.
Mrs. P. A. Brown of Sallna, Kan.. Is
visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs.
Epstein of 1709 Hickory street.
Mrs. R. R. Livingston of Plattsmouth has
been visiting at the home of Mrs. William
C. Patterson for the last week.
Mrs. Walter S. Anderson hss returned to
Salt Lake City after spending a week with
relatives and friends in the city.
Mrs. Tompkins and Miss Tompkins of
Fairfield, Perm., were guests at the home
of Judge and Mrs. Munger last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Craln who were
the guests of Judge and Mrs. Wakeley have
returned to their home In Springfield, O.
While enroute from New Tork to her
home In Sacramento, Cel., Mrs. Cranston'
spent several days with Mrs. Iteth last
Mrs. Henry Rustln and little "son who
have been visiting Mrs. Fred Rtistln re
turned to their home In St. Louis, the latter
part of the week.
Mrs. A. K. Day of Kansas City, Mo., and
Mrs. Merwln H. Howes of Milwaukee, Wis.,
are the guests or Mrs. William F. Nagel,
111 South Twenty-fifth avenue.
Oat of Tawa Gacsts.
Mra. Shattuck of Boaton la visiting Miss
Mrs. Duncan of Sioux City visited Omaha
friends laat week.
Dr. and Mrs. Shannon are visiting Mrs.
Poppleton for a few daya.
Mra. S. S. Beeman of Chicago la visiting
her cousin, Madame Powell.
Mra. Squires and Mrs. Hoxle Clark were
Mra. Cole's guests laat week.
Mrs. C. W. Munson of Toledo, O., ia visit
ing her sister, Mrs. C. W. Fox.
Mrs. Charlea T. Kountze has aa her guest
Mra. VanNatta of Lafayette, Ind.
Mr. W. I. Street of San Francisco visited
Mr. Charlea S. Young last week.
Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Bradshaw are
guests of Bishop and Mrs. Williams.
Mrs. Max Egge of Grand Island la tha
guest of Mra.- Brldenbecker at the Bachelors.
Oeneral and Mra. Manderson have as their
guest thla week, Mr. and Mra. Stockhard of
Dr. E. G. Linn of Mount Pleasant, la.,
ia tha guest of Mr. and Mra. Frank R.
Mra. II. A. 8turgesa of 2418 Dodga atreet
la entertaining Miss Essie Beemer of Salt
Miss Edna Polaaky, after a month'a visit
with Miss Olga Rboads, has returned to
her home in Dea Moinea. v
Mrs. Oscar T. Eaatman and children of
Evanston, 111.,' are guests at tha home of
Mr. and Mra. Samuel Burna.
Mra 8. D. Barkalow has aa her guest this
week Miss Marjory Wetlds of Norfolk, who
made many friends in the city while the
Mra. Charlea D. Thompson Is convalescing
front a recent serious Illness.
Mrs. William Hill Clarke will entertain
at luncheon at 1 o'clock on Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Summers arc receiv
ing congratulations upon the birth of a
The M tones Warren, who are Miss Lo
roax'a guests, spent a part of last week in
The members of the Tom Moore club will
give a dancing party on Thursday evening
at New Turners' ball.
Mr. Crounse and daughter will occupy
Mrs. Voss house for the winter, having
taken possession of It on Monday.
Mra. Thomas Kllpatrlck and Miss Kll
patrlck are expected home from their Bum
per place In the dlrondacks today.
Mrs. William Hill Clarke haa Issued In
vitations for luncheon Friday. October 81,
and for card parties on November 8 and 5.
Mr. and Mra. T. W. Allen will make their
home for the winter with Mr. and Mra. R.
E. Wilcox of Twenty-first and Spencer
Miss Josephine Stanton and Miss Georgia
Kennard will entertain a Hallowe'en party
on Friday evening at the home of Miss
Mrs. Arthur L. Williams will give an In
formal tea on Monday in compliment to
Miss Wildes of Norfolk and Mrs. Bradshaw
Miss Peck expects to go to Chicago next
week to attend the wedding of Miss
Blanche Estabrook, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Estabrook.
Mr. Harry Cartan returned from New
York on Friday having given up hla trip
abroad en account of the Illness of his
little son, who has scarlet fever.
Mrs. Willis Todd has Issued Invitations
tor a large 4 o'clock tea to be given on
Wednesday afternoon at her home, 8070
Mason street, in honor of Mrs. Marlon
Howes of Milwaukee. ,
Owing to acarlet fever in her family,
Mrs. Philip Potter has recalled the invita
tions she had issued for her reception on
Monday, when she waa to have presented
her daughter. Miss Faith Potter, and the
dancing party, in Miss Potter's honor, on
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. McWhorter and eon
Donald went to Kansas City on Thursday, to
be the gueats of Mr. and Mr. Windsor
Megeath for the horse show. Mr. and Mrs.
Megeath bad a box for the week and on
Friday and Saturday evenlnga entertained
parties complimentary to Mr. and Mra. Mc
Whorter. The first of the series of presentations
that are to bring out the several charming
glrla to be Introduced this season Is to
occur on November 6th, when 'Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Brady
will give a large reception and dancing
party at Metropolitan club for Miss Janet
Rogers. Miss Bessie Brady and .Miss Lucy
Gore, Mr. and Mrs. Brady's niece.
A number of young people met at tha
home of Miss Brady on Thursday evening
for the purpose of forming . a ping pong
club. It Is their intention to hold regu
lar meetings and tournaments and it is ex
pected that the club will oontribute much
to the winter's amusement calendar. Among
those who were present were: Misses Janet
Rogers, Prltchett, Potter, Gore, Brady,
Messrs. Allan Smith, Dorley, Robert Burna
and Prltchett. The next meeting will be
held in two weeks at tha home of MIbs
Manchester. He returned with them and
la Improving at their home on Park avenue.
Mra. J. A. Dempster has returned from an
extended visit with friend In South Da
kota and Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountse sre back
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. William
Patton on their ranch.
Miss Mabel Spaulding has returned from
a two months' trip to Colorado and the
western part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Copley are at home
after an eastern trip, that included New
York, Boaton and Philadelphia.
Mra. Charles E. Ford spent Tuesdsy and
Wednesday with Mrs. Frank R. Campbell
prior to her leaving for Chicago.
Dr. Fred Lake returned from Philadel
phia the early part of the week and expects
to make his home In Omsha In future.
Miss Potter and her guest, Mlaa Shat
tuck of Boston, will be the guests of the
Misses Crounse for the next two weeks.
Mrs. H. T. Coe has gone with a party of
friends for a three weeks' trip to Portland,
Ore., and other points of Interest on the
Mr. and Mrs. Cady and Miss Cady will
entertain at supper on Thursday evening
for Miss Potter and Miss Shattuck of Bos
ton, who Is her guest.
Mrs. 8. S. Curtis returned from Chicago
on Tuesday. Mica Carl t a Curtis will not
return until next week and Miss Curtis will
spend tha winter In Chicago.
Mrs. Charles T. Kountie hss Issued In
vitations for a reception on Wednesday
for Mrs. Preston and Mrs. VanNatta of
Lafayette, Ind., who Is her guests.
Movements and Wbereaboats.
Mrs. E. H. Spraguo la In Chicago.
Dr. George L. Miller haa returned from
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stoddard are back
from a trip east.
Mr. and Mra. W. J. Burgesa spent laat
week In Kansas City.
Mrs John Barker and Mra. R. F. Slth
apent last week In Chicago.
Mrs. 8. Arnstein is visiting friends in
New York, expecting to remain there tor
Mr. J. C. Huteson has returned from
visit to New, York and Boston.
Mrs. John L. Stewart is at home after
an extended visit with her daughter in Cln
Mra. E. M. Fairfield and Mrs. Moore of
Sioux City went to St. Louis the latter part
of the week.
Mrs. Frank Bacon and little daughter, Lu
clle, left on Tuesday to visit friends In
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ford left Omaha
on Wednesday and will make their home
In Chicago In future.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Manchester re
turned from Denver the early part of the
week, where they were called recently by
the serious Illness of their eon. Mr. Frank
Wddtnca aad Engagements
The engagement was announced last
week of Miss Laura Morse, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. V. Morse, and Mr. Forest
Richardson, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. T.
The marriage of Mr. Bartholomew J.
Scannell, private secretary to Hon. W. A.
Paxton, and Mlsa Bolle Trumbull, will take
place on Thursday morning, October 80th,
at St. John's Collegiate church, at 8:30
Invitations have been received In Omaha
this week for the wedding of Miss Elizabeth
Howard, daughter of General O. O. Howard,
ana Mr. Joseph Bancroft, which Is to oc
cur at S o'clock on Wednesday evening In
The marriage of Miss Louise Peycke.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peycke,"
ana Arthur F. Smith of Omaha will be cele
brated at the bride's home, 104 Woodworth
avenue. Kansas City, Wednesday at 4 p. m.,
uctooer Z9tn. Only relatlvea are invited.
A wedding that will be of lntereat to
many Omaha people Is that of Rev. Larl
more C. Denise and Miss Bernlce Evans.
which Is to occur on Tuesday evening at the
First Presbyterian church In Wichita, Kan.
Dr. and Mrs Denise will be at hom
after November 15 in New Kensington, Pa.
Miss Eleanore E. Hansen, the daughter
of H. P. Hansen of Omaha, waa married la
Chicago on the 1st of Oceober to Mr. Wil
liam R. Aarons of New York City. They
will be at home after the 1st of November
at 824 La Salle avenue, Chicago. After
the first of the year Mr. and Mra. Aarons
will make their home in New York City.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaao M.
Kelley of 2704 Plnkney atreet, the mar
riage of Mla Mattle Kelly and Mr. Ira
C. Shupp of Callaway, Neb., was solemn
ized at 8 o clock on Wedneaday morning
In the presence of a few friends, Rev. R.
K. Eccles of Immanuel Baptlat church
officiating. A wedding breakfast followed
the ceremony, Mr. and Mra. Shupp leaving
that morning for the west and will be at
home after November 15, at Callaway, Neb.
Chief among the affairs of the week
socially was the wedding of Mr. William
J. Foye of Kansaa City and Miss Mary
McShane, daughter of Mrs. E. C. McShane,
Which occurred at 8 o'clock on Wednesday
evening at Mrs. McShane'a home on
Twenty-second and California streets, in
the presence of seventy-five Invited friends
and relatlvea. A profusion of cut flowers
and greens trimmed tho rooms and the
veranda, which had been Inclosed and the
wlndowa raised. In an apartment adjoin
ing the reception hall a string orchestra
played an appropriate program while the
guests gathered, opening Into the
"Lohengrin" wedding march aa the bridal
party gathered at the head of the stair
way, and Mr. Louis Nash and Mr. Lee
McShane stretched the white ribbons from
the foot of tho stairway across the hall
and through the parlors, forming an aisle
through which they were to pass to the
altar, constructed of palma and cut
flowers, in one corner of the room. Mr.
Foye, with Mr. Will Burns aa best man,
came flrat, followed by Mlsa Ellen Mc
Shane, sister of the bride, as maid of honor
and only attendant. The bride came last,
walking alone. Her gown waa of allover
white lace and she carried a bunch of
Golden Gate roses. Father Brongeest of
St. John's Collegiate church performed tha
ceremony. Following tha wedding, from 8
until 11 o'clock, a reception was held, at
which about 250 guests were present. Mr.
and Mra. Foya left that evening for Kan
sas City and next day started east on tbelr
wedding trip of several weeks. They will
be at home after January 1 at 108 West
Armour boulevard, Kansaa City. Both
young people have been popular membera
of society, Mr. Foye having been one of
the prominent members of the Country
club until a few months ago, when he ac
cepted a position with tha Pickens Lumber
company of Kaneaa City.
A Mil la 80 geeoads.
An electric locomotive baa Just been con
structed which it is claimed will travel at
the rate of 120 milea an hour. There seems
to be no limit to speed possibilities, nor is
there any limit to the posalbllltiea of Hoa
tetter's Stomach Bitters for curing loss of
appetite, flatulency, Indigestion, dyspepsia,
insomnia, nervousness or malaria, fever and
ague. . Ita record of cures during the past
fifty years proves this, also commends It
self to all sufferers who wish to recover
their health. Try It.
Exceptional Suit erul
CoaJ: Values for Monday
The new Monte Carlo coats are here in
such abundance that no woman need find the
least difficulty in getting something worthy of
her approval in style and price.
Swell Monte Carlo Coats
in the new cape effect, full loose back, fly front,
new shape collar, new full flaring sleeves with
deep cuff, every garment satin lined, choicest
of new fall colors, including the popular black
and castor kersey. Monday's special prices,
$10.75 and $14.75
They are worth $15.00 and $20.00.
Blouse or Norfolk Suits made of snow
flake and Scotch materials, choicest colors in
late fancy mixtures, skirts cut various late styles
with deep stitched bottom or plain, very nobby
Norfolk or blouse jacket, heavily satin lined.
Very special Monday, $14.75, $16.75
i i in f
a III 1 1 1 Kill I
Tbey are worth $20.00 and $25.00.
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The popular shoe for women, are
more elegant this fall, if possible,
than ever. The Borosls dress shoe
comes In both patent and plain vlcl
kid. with turn soles and French
heels. Price the same, $3.50 always.
A new one for street wear Is enamel
boxing, with dull kid tops, Cuban
heels and welt soles, price, $3.50, al
ways. Another new one la an all
dull kid, with heavy sole; same price,
$3.60. The assortment of Bluchers la
complete and the beat fitting one In
the market. The price never changes,
$3.50 always. We carry no machine
Woman's Work in Club and Charity
G. E. Shukert
is making special
prices on genuine
Alasla Seal ' Gar
ments 315 South 16th St.
The Ladles' Aid society of South Tenth
street Methodist church will meet with
Mrs. M. E. Harnish of 2711 South Four
teenth atreet on' Thursday afternoon at I
Tha first meeting of the political and
social science department of the Woman's
club will be held at 4 o'clock on Monday
afternoon In tha east parlor of the First
Congregational church. It will be of a
social nature and tea will be served.
There will also be papera by Mrs. 8. R.
Town and Mrs. W. P. Harford on their
summer's vacation. Outlines will be con
tributed for the year's work at thla meet
ing. The oratory department will meet every
Wednesday at 10 O'clock aad all members
are asked to be present at the next meet
ing, when the class will begin its winter's
The Daughters of the Confederacy of the
state of Georgia will lay the corner stone
of a dormitory tor girls at tha atate
normal schools In Athens on November 1.
Tha building is to be know a as the Winnie
Cavis Memorial ball asd will cost .'l,0vti.
It is the plan of tha Daughters to furnish
the building throughout when It is com
pleted. Miss Lillian Wycoff Johnson of Atlanta,
Ga., a graduate of Cornell university and
ex-presldent of its Southern club, is work
ing for the establishment of a university
for women In the south.
The strength and enthusiasm among tha
county Women's Christian Temperance
unions of tho state has. been brought to
the attention of the atate workera of late
in the large and profitable meetlnga of
these organisations that have been held.
Among the counties where strong organi
sations exist, and that have held conven
tions of late, are Otoe, Thayer, Lancaster,
Gage, York and Pawnee. These meeting
have been especially helpful and encou rag
ing to the ststs workera and it is the
policy of J he present executive board to
strengthen ths state work through these
In spite of the widely different objects
of the various women's organizations of
the stste there Is a sign) Beast similarity
la tba Xullualog lists of reforms toward
the securing of which they will use their
Influence this yesr. The Nebraska Federa
tlon of Women's Clubs will work tor the
enforcement of the compulsory educational
law; to aecure the enlargement of the pure
food lawa of the state and an approprla
tlon for Its proper maintenance; to aecure
courts for Juvenile offenders, and for
more equitable' property rights Isw for
women. Ths Women's Christian Temper
ance Union: A bill to abolish the system
of legalizing vice; the prohibition of capl
tal punishment; to maks all penal Instl
tutlons reformatory; to aecure a more
equitable property rights law for women
and the prohibition of trap shooting. The
Nebraska Suffrage association: More equi
table property rlgbta laws for women and
better laws governing women and child
Mr. C. .8. Loblngter represented the Ne
braska Federation of Women's Clubs last
week before the State Board of Charities
and Correcliona to ask their co-operation
in securing of the legislature this winter
the enactment of a bill providing for the
establishment and maintenance of courts
for Juvenile Benders.
Sorosis Shoe Store
20.3 S. 15th St., OMAHA.
isio ior as.
We have a few suits one of a kind
ranging in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38 and
40 left from this season's selling, of
which there will be no more. Prices
for these suits bsve been from $22.50
up to $30. We will close them out at
choice for $15.
Fall Jackets $3.50
Our $7.50. $10 and $12 silk-lined, fall
weight ladies' jackets In tan and cas
tor shsdes, Monday morning chot-e
for $3.60 to close them out and make
room for winter cloaks.
One lady's silk raglun, $'. One
lady's fine silk raglsn, $10. Five fins
silk suits, choice $20. Five velvet
house suits, choice $14.T.j.
largest Exclusive Millinery House In the West. Three Floors
Crowded with the Latest Fall Styles in Millinery.
P irotp Hinorv QoIa oa Sailor, Street and Rea- .
JC A irdUrUlIIdry Odie dy to-Wear hats, Monday,
worth up to $5, on eale on RHr CI flft
second floor,' three prices wuta lots pl.UU
500 Magnificent Creations
pattern hate, on eale Ci CA CtL Cfi
Monday on first floor at P'feUUe apu, pUeJUvpf
1,000 of the rarest imported and domestic pat
tern hats ever ehown In Omaha, on sale on first floor
at $7.50, $8, $10. $12.50
SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY.
1508 Douglas Street.
Mrs. J. Benson.
FOR 25c, we give in a heavy or medium weight, a ladies'
hose, that would be splendid .value at 40c. An extra good qual
ity of fiOe hose we are selling three pairs for $1.25.
A silk hose with a lisle sole, will wear as long as 3 pair with silk soles, price $1.50
For children Boys' heavy ribbed cotton hose, regular 25o quality, 20o a .pair,
or 3 pair for 50c.
Heavily fleeced hose, 15c and 25c, heavy or light weight hose, 10c, 15c, 25c and
The Fay hose, button on waist, for children, 25c and 85c. Ladies, 50c.
MAIDS' AND NURSES' APRONS With bretelles, bibs and wldo strings. Prices,
25c, 38c, 50c, 68c. 75c, $1.00 $1.25.
Black aprons, with pockets, (or clerks. Price 25c, 35o and 50c
' Kitchen aprons in ginghams, plain bands, bibs, bretelles and pockets. Trice
25c, 35c and 58c.
SELECT WINTER STYLES, including exquisite PAT
TERN HATS and exclusive modes in
Largest Line of Street Hats in Omaha
EXCLUSIVE, UP-TO-DATE and FIKK7 -CLASH MATERIALS
in all our hats, no joh lots to choose from, a child can buy here
as well as a grown person; everything marked in plain figures.
Our line of Hair Goods is complete- Enough
said. An experienced hair dresser and
manicurist in attendance.
DAVIES, 1511 Douglas Street
Wtea Writisf to Advertisers
Ahnrs Meatta. The' Bee
fc JLa.su a-a '
Sll RE-NO-MAY POWDER
Positively cures corns, chilblains, tender and painful foci,
stopa odorous pei-Hplrutlon. If iro-rly used no dr' ahlelds
Manufactured br A. Mayer, A18 Use H!d.
Price Cents. , Hy mall add 5c far poet ise.
A Gold Proposition-
1 HHlt'vely euros concha und
For sule at all drug stores at 'ioC AND &0O VKli BOTTLU.
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