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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1902)
THE OMAHA DAILY WElui SUNDAY NOVEM1IEK 'J. V.HV2.
SOCIETY HAS STATELY MOVE
Evscti of the Week Proceed Solemnly
Enough for Mo?t Staid.
REVIVAL OF THE COZY AFTERNOON TEA
Womm 1 ho Knlertnln Jmlve Hnestlon
hr Relni-nlnar In 1'rncllrr of nj
Before Krnlno Wrr
Known to Mankind.
Of the affairs that have ton riven of
late from point of enjoyabillty and popu
larity. It la aafc to say that the afternoon
ta ban taV.cn precedence over everything
else. Certainly Ibis Is true If anything Is
to hn Judged from the frequency with
which they have occurred of late and the
general acceptance of all Invitations for
them. Kor aeveral years the afternoons,
where card or some other names have
not been employed as diversion, have been
In the form of kctiRingtons, wholly In
formal, or clue restricted by all the con
vent lonallt leu that attend the formal re
ception, until sorlely has wearied of all
this sort of thine, and the hostess who
would entertain In the afternoon must de
vise some sort of novelty that is not In
frequently expensive to her Ingenuity and
her purKo alike If ahe would Insure any
thing like a satisfactory response to her
Invitations or pleasure to her guests. The
recent revival of the tea. that wholly com
fortable and strictly feminine Institution,
seems to have rescued the afternoon affair
from total disapproval and made possible
a combination gathering that la altogether
charming and Immensely popular. A tea.
The very name sounds comfortable and
siiKKcstlve of a cosy, chatty time that
mlKht be admirably combined with the
smart est of reception gowns and still be
charming. As a matter of fact, the affalra
that have been so numerous of late still
fall short of the possibilities of the tea
party, and there are several women in so
ciety who can afford to do unusual things
who have promised to develop theBe possi
bilities this winter.
The recurrence of Hallowe'en afforded an
other Illustration of the fashionables' love
of a frolic, and Friday evening was re
plete with celebrations lhat sent socioty,
mirror in hand, walking down cellar back
wards, at the risk of its precious neck, in
search of its future, "bobbing" apples at
the bottom of a tub of water or suspended
at the end of a string, or performing pan
tomimes, regardless of personal dignity, and
almost everything else, excepting the prlv
lieges of the occasion. There was just one
flaw In the evening's enjoyment, and that
was a scattering of congenial friends, due
to the numerous parties.
Social Chll-C hat.
Mr. Harry Cartan sailed for Liverpool on
Mr. and Mrs. W. I Coakley are at the
Madison for tho winter.
Mrs. George Helmrod has returned from a
trip of several months abroad.
Mies Peck will go to Chicago on Friday
to attend the wedding of Miss Estabrook.
Mn. John Crelghton has Issued cards for
a tea to be given Tuesday from 3 to 3
Mlsa McCllntock is expected In about
two weeks, to spend the winter with Mr.
and Mrs. Barlow.
Mr. and Mrs. Met calf have purchased
the Daniel Baura residence and expect to
occupy it in the spring.
The Omaha Lady Rifles will give their
first of a series of dances at Thurston Rifles
armory, Friday, November 7. 1902.
The next dancing party of the Et-A-Vlrp
club will be given on Thursday evening,
November 8, at Chambers' academy.
'Mr. and Mrs. Love Kelley will leave
Omaha today for Waterloo, la., where they
will make their home In the future.
Lieutenant William Doane left Omaha on
Thursday for New Tork, from where he
will sail on November 5 for Cherbourg.
Miss Margaret Hitchcock has Issued In
vitattons for a dancjng party to be given
at her borne on Monday evening. In honor
of Miss Shattuck.
Mr. and Mrs. Balcombe and Miss Balcombe
have rented their home to Mr. and Mrs. E
W. Martin and will leave the latter part
of the month for the south to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale have returned
from their wedding trip and have apart
ments at the Oeorgia for the winter. They
will be at home on Wednesdays, after No
Miss Blanche Craig, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Craig of Omaha, was among
the young women of Northwestern unlver
slty who received with Martha Foote Crow,
dean of women of the university, at her re
ceptinn held last Friday for some of the
Among the events of especial Interest
to occur this week is the reception to be
given at Metropolitan club, from 3 to
o'clock on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
Thomas Rogers and Mrs. John Brady, when
it is ni-
hey will present Miss Janet Rogers, Miss
Brsie Brady and Miss Lucy Oore. A danc
ing party for the younger members of o-
lety will follow In the evening.
Mrs. Anhtir Pinto entertained Informally
at whist on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield entertained
at dinner on Wednesday evening.
. Mrs. MrShane entertained a party of
fifteen at luncheon on Wednesday.
Mis. E. M. Fairfield entertained a few
friends at an afternoon lea on Thursday.
For Miss Wilds of Norfolk. Mrs. A. L.
Williams gave an Informal tea on Monday
Complimentary to Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Col-
petzvr entertained a party of women at
card on Saturday afternoon.
For Mr. Michael Clarkson, Mrs. Charles
Wilson gave a tra on Wednesday afternoon
at her home, 1907 Wlrst street.
A very enjoyable children's party was
given by Mrs. George It. Thummel on
Thursday at her home at lHOl Dodge street.
Master Hubert Owen was the host of a
very pleasant Hallowe'en party on Friday
evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Owen.
The students of the Crelghton Medical
college gave a very enjoyable dancing party
at Chambers' academy on Thursday evening.
In compliment to her guest, Miss Moore
of Sioux City, Mrs. Guy Howard enter
tained a large tea party on Friday after.
The Misses Crounse entertained one of
the several very enjoyable gatherings of
Friday evening at their home, 30;7 Chicago
Mrs. Robbing was hostess at a very pretty
pink and white luncheon on Tuesday, given
In honor of Mrs. Wilber McCoy and Mrs.
Mrs. George lloobier and Mrs. H. G.
Strelght entertained a matinee party at
Boyd's on Saturday In honor of Mrs. Love
Miss Ray Conn entertained the first meet
ing of the winter of the A. O. T. Bowling
club. The meeting was held at Metropol
To meet Mrs. Robert Cuscaden and Mrs.
Frederick Cuscaden, Dr. Gertrude Cuscaden
entertained a party of friends from 7 to
10 o'clock on Friday evening.
Mrs. John McShane entertained an In
formal gathering of the younger set on
Tuesday evening for her neice Miss Hogan
of Chicago, who Is visiting her.
On Friday evening at the residence of
Mrs. J. O. Ferguson, 2422 Caldwell street.
Miss Ivy Rohweddcr entertained a number
of friends at a Hallowe'en party.
Miss Jeannie Brown was hostess at a
very pretty luncheon on Wednesday, given
In compliment to Miss Shattuck of Bos
ton, who is Miss Faith Potter's guest.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Beebe,
at Forty-first and Cass streets, Miss Kit
tie Worley entertained a number of friends
at a Hallowe'en party on Friday evening.
The Misses Blddicks entertained a Jolly
rarty of their friends Friday evening at a
Hallowe'en pa-!y at their home on South
Twenty-fourth avenue. Refreshments were
General and Mrs. Manderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Stocquart of Brussels and Mr. and
Mr3. A. C. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
H. Patrick's guests at dinner on Monday
Rev. Francis S. White, assisted by a
number of his parishioners, held a recep
tion In the rectory of St. Andrew'a Epis
copal church from 8 until 11 o'clock on
Mrs. O. R. Potter of 2425 Caldwell street
was pleasantly surprised by a party of
friends on Tueaday evening, the occasion
being her birthday. The evening was pleas
antly spent at cards and music.
Miss Faith ' Totter entertained a party
of friends at a box party at Boyd's on
Monday evening in honor of her guest. Miss
Shattuck. A chafing dish supper followed
at the home of the Misses Crounse.
The Cooking club, which afforded so many
pkasant and profitable gatherings among
the young married women last year, has
resumed its meetings for the winter, the
Drat "being held on Friday afternoon.
In honor of Mrs. Augustus Pratt, Mrs.
Barker entertained a large card party on
Tuebday afternoon. Six-handed euchre was
the game and several handsome prizes
were awarded, Mrs. Pratt securing the
Mrs. J. W. Munn and Mrs. W. E. Palma
tler entertained at luncheon on Thursday
in compliment to Mrs. Love Kelley, at the
home of Mrs. Palmatler. Violets were
used on the table, marking the places of
the guests and forming the centerpiece.
Mrs. Edward H. Edson gave a very lovely
autumn party last Friday afternoon at her
home, 2012 Emmet street. The Inclement
weather without did not mar the sunshine
within and a very pleasant time was en
joyed by all. Mesdames De France, Cus
caden and Rcdfleld won handsome prizes.
In honor of Mrs. J. Baker of Qulncy, III.
and Mrs. Pelona Pelefkey of Sioux City,
Mrs. John Amoldl entertained last Tuesday
afternoon at her home on North Twenty
fifth avenue at luncheon. Mrs. John
Amoldl was assisted by Mrs. Phillip Mueler
and Mrs. William Pulte. About fifteen
guests were present.
A very pleasant Hallowe'en waa spent at
Birmingham's farm on Friday evening. The
house was Illuminated with pumpkin Jack
o'lanterns and the walls were decorated
la of I.lttl Benefit t'nlr.a
ction we eat too much meat and too lit- I wUh cornstlk" n cabbage leaves. The
tl. of vegetables and the aratns. ,nln Pnt In gamea and n.usic, the
For business men, office men and clerks.
thcruuma with greena were employed In
the trimming of the rooms, and In the
renter of each of the round tables a tall
cut glass candlestick was shaded with a
rink silk flower of the same variety. The
plarcs of the sixty guests were marked
with appropriate pen and Ink sketches.
In honor of Mrs. Will Gyger of Phila
delphia Mrs. Wernher entertained at a very
delightful luncheon on Saturday afternoon,
covem being laid for twelve. The round
table was rovercd with a cloih of Japanese
blue embroidered linen, which formed an
effective contrast with the centerpiece of
yellow and white chrysanthemums arranged
in a bunch. After the luncheon the after
noon was devoted to cards, hlRh five being
the gnme, for which several prizes were
Miss Georgia Kennard and Miss Jo
sephine Sianton were hostesses at Tery
enjoyable Hallowe'en party given on Fri
day evening at the home of the Tormer, at
Nineteenth aud Dodge streets. The blaze
from the hrepUces, a few candles and nu
merous jack-o'-lanterns furnished the only
light, and together with the autumn
leaves that were used in decoration gave
to the moms that element of weirdness
consistent with the occasion and the night.
Shadow pantomime and the Hallowe'en
superstitions furnished the entertainment
of the early part of the evening, the later
hours being given over to dancing. The
evening concluded with refreshments.
One of the most elaborate luncheons
that have been given this season was that
given by Mrs. William Hill Clarke on Fri
day, at which about forty women were
present. The decorations of the room and
tables were entirely of red, a low basket
of red carnations and maiden hair ferns,
the handle of which was tied with a bow
of white tulle, formed the center of each
of the ten email tables " that were ar
ranged in the dining room and each laid
for four. The place cards were water color
heads and the predominant color was car
ried out In these. Tall, red-shaded candles
furnished tho light, and during tho entire
afternoon a mandolin orchestra furnished
Among the most unique of the many Hal
lowe'en parties given on Friday evening
was that entertained by Miss Lola Savage,
Miss Carrie Larson and Mr. J. A. Savage at
1924 North Twenty-sixth street. The thirty
guests invited all attended dressed in phan
tom costume, the party being entertained
in a vacant house next door to the home of
the host and hostesses. The empty rooms
were lighted with single candles and
trimmed with things suggestive of the un
canny that, together with the spectral
figured of the company, made the gathering
most wlerd. In addition to an appropriate
program, the young people took the occa
sion for surprising Rev. and Mrs. William
Gorst, pastor of Seward Street Methodist
church, with a donation party. Each with
a bundle, they marched In line to their
pastor's house, pushed open the door and
proceeded to unload their packages upon
the astonished minister and, without speak
ing a word, filed out the back door and
back to the vacant house, where the even
ing program was resumed.
The Tall opening of Metropolitan club
was celebrated on last Saturday evening
with the annual reception and ball that
have since the establishment of the club
had a place among -he Important social
functions of each successive season, and
the opening this year was no exception In
this respect. The handsome furnishings
of the club house were supplemented with
an effective floral decoration that, together
with the elaborate costumes and the com
pleteness of detail, rendered the occasion
most brilliant. Down in the parlors the
reception began at 9 o'clock, the ball open
ing an hour later with the grand march led
by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Frank, Mr. Frank
being the newly-elected president of the
club. It was especially fitting that the
occasion should be embraced for the In
troduction of Miss Josephine Levy, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy, another
of the charming young women who are to
figure so prominently in the social affairs
of the winter, her presentation contributing
an additional pleasant feature to the even
ing. Late In the evening an elaborate sup.
per was served down In the dining room
from the long table, which was trimmed
with American Beauty roses and red carna
tions. To meet Mrs. Merwln H. Howm of Mil
waukee, formerly of Omaha. Mrs. Marion
Willis Todd entertained about 100 women
at 4 o'clock tea on Wertnesdar afternoon
at her home at 3070 Mason street. It waa
one of those pretty, graceful affairs, where
the formality of the reception Is modified
by the presence of the tea cup. WUh Mrs.
Howes, the hostess received her guests
standing in the front parlor, surrounded
by a most harmonious decoration of greens
and white chrysanthemums. The windows
had been shaded and the rooms lighted
by a sort gas light, which showed through
the flower leaf shades corresponding In
color with the decoration of the various
rooms. In the library a quantity of yellow
chrysanthemums made a shaggy screen for
the fireplace and nodded from the top of
the book cases, where they were arranged
In bunches. Out in the dining room and
hall the lights and flowers were red. A
large bunch of meteor roses formed the
center piece on the round table that was
bare save for the handsome lace doilies
Here Miss Harford poured tea and Mrs.
J. H. Van Dusen served Ice, assisted by
Misses Buckingham, Dale and Krelder,
Among the women assisting through the
rooms were: Mmes. Sussman, George Hoob
ler, W. P. Harford, Charles Vrquhart and
J. F. Dale.
tstlnn It was a very pretty wed ling. Tb
brldn and bridesmaid were tastily gowned
In traveling dresses of blue. A wedding
breakfast was served to a small cirri- f.f
relatives and friends, after which the happy
couple left for a wedding tour in th west.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. n.id Mrs.
Edward Cassidy. Mr. Coleirun represents
the Midland Paint and Glass company in
the northwestern states.
and. In fact, everyone engaged In sedentary
or Indoor occupations, grains, milk and
vegetables are much more healthful.
Only men engaged In a severe outdoor
manual labor ran live on a heavy meat diet
and continue In health.
As a geenral rule, meat once a day Is
sufficient for all classes of men, women
and children, and grains, fruits and vege
tables should constitute the bulk of food
But many of the moat nutritious foods
are difficult of digestion and It is of no
use to advise brain workers to eat largely
of grains and vegetablea where the diges
tion is too weak to assimilate them prop
erly. It Is always best, to get the best results
from our food, that some simple and harm
less digestive should be taken after meals
to assist the relaxed digestive organs and
several years experience have proven
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets to be a very
safe, pleasant and effective digestive and a
remedy which may be taken dally with the
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can hardly be
railed a patent medicine, as they do not
act on the bowels nor any particular organ.
but only on the food eaten. They supply
what weak stomachs lack, pepsin diastase
and by stimulating the gastric glands In
crease the natural secretion of hydrochloric
People who make a daily practice of tak
Ing one or two of Stuart s Dyspepsia Tab
lets after each meal are sure to have per
fart digestion, which means perfect health.
There Is no danger of forming an In
jurlous habit, as the tablets contain abso
lutely nothing but natural digestives; co
ralne, morphine and almllur drugs have
no place In a stomach medicine and Stuart's
'Dyspepsia Tablets are certainly the best
known and most popular of all stomach
Ask your druggist for a fifty-cent pack
ace of Btuarta Dyspepsia Tablets and
after a week's use note the Improvement
la health, appetite aud nervous energy.
tint of Town finest.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoxie Clarke have returned
to St. Louis.
Miss Moore of LSioux City is vial' Ing Mrs.
Guy Howard this wek.
Mrs. Clarence Jewett of Pierce, Nob.. Is
the guest of Mrs. Charles H. Rich.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Morsman are -nter-tainlng
Miss Morsman of Chicago.
Mrs. Homer T. Ashbaugh of Kansss City
is visiting her mother, Mrs. V. D. Hun
gate. Mrs. Frank Judson and daughter are vis
iting relatives In Minneapolis and St.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Tatterson spent
the week In Chicago attending the horse
Miss Emily Klngerley of Boston is v'slt
Ing Sirs. Martha Kingerley of Windsor
Mrs. John A. MoShnne Is entertaining
Mis Blanche Bourse nf .a.ilt Lake City
Miss Dalngerfleld of Lexington, iiy., is
the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Mrs. Alexanlcr Brown and M.s. Justine
Edwards of Bostoa rru the rtiests of Mrs.
Mlsa Alice Gorst of Hgh. Xch.. Is visit
ing her parents. Rev. and Mrs. Gorst, 2i.I7
Miss Clarke, who has been the guest of
Mrs. D. O. Clarke, has r.-i timed to ler
home In Montana.
Mr. Edward W. Dennlson of Orange. N. J.,
Is the guest for several days of Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Higglns.
Mr. Harry Hawley of the Lincoln foot
ball team was entertained on Saturday by
Miss Irene Bunker.
Tho Misses Warren, who have been the
gue3ts of Miss Lomix will retim to their
home in Chicago this week.
Mrs. Cora Van Gosline of Fort Wavne,
Ind., is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. Car
son of 1015 North Twinty-flrs: strer.
Mr. C. M. L. Wiseman of Lancaster, O.,
has been spending several weeks with his
daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Williamson.
Mrs. Dan L. Upton and little daughter of
Pierce. Neb., are visiting at the home of
Mrs. William J. Bradbury of 2110 lake
Miss Agnes J. Robertson of Cherokee. Ia..
and Master Ansel Brlggs Robertson are the
guests of Mrs. John S. Briggs of 2809 Bris
Mrs. Obendorfer, who has been the km.-.
of Rabbi and Mn. Abrim Simon for several
weeks, will return io her noma in Cincin
nati on Monday.
Mrs. Hogan and Miss llognu, who have
been the guests of Mrs. Jjhn A. MeSlfie
for the past fortnight, will return ij Chi
cago this week.
Mrs. W. R. English of Chicago, nee Mose
Oliver of Omaha, is the guejt this week
of Mrs. E. G. Hampton of 1534 South Twenty-seventh
Mr. Henry Louis Rlngwalt of Pittsburg.
who has been the guest of his brothers,
Robert R., Theodore L. and John R. Ring-
wait, returned home on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Addlaon Townsend of Wash
ing, D. C, arrived on Tuesday to send
a fortnight with Mrs. Town-nd's rer-
ents, Captain and Mrs. C. H. Townsend.
Mr. and Mrs. Townsend werfi married In
Havana, Cuba, a few , weeks ago, tolng
directly to Washington, wnera !ie was or
dered in the government service, end he
brings his bride to Omaha now to introduce
her to his family and many friends. They
were met in Chicago by Captain and Mrs.
Townsend, who returned with them.
main feature being ping pong and .he draw
Ing of the dime-and-rlng
As a farewell to Mrs. Love Kelley, who
leaves soon to make her home In Waterloo,
la., Mrs. Charles Crquhart Mrs. W. P
Mikesell and Mrs. H. L. Whitney enter
tained at luncheon on Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Mikesell on i
Woolworth avenue. Tellow chrysanthemums '
trimmed the table and places were laid for
Mlas Ruseell McKelvey entertained a
party of young friends at a Hallowe'en
party on Friday evening. Misses Ruth Mc
Brlde, Freeda Swartzlander, Grace Mc
Brlde, Maude Mc Bride, Messrs. Vernon
McCormick Harry Swartzlander, Rob Mc
Cormlck, Joe Barton and Ed Woodbrldge
being her guests. The rooms were prettily
trimmed with American Beauty roses snd
the evening pleasantly ..pent at games.
The members of the Thursday afternoon
kenslngton were entertained last week at
the home of Mrs. Frederick Bacon, 2825
Charles street, those present being
Mesdames Goodman, Norman, Best, Alli
son, Wilcox, Wilkinson and Hlmoe of
Minneapolis. Light refreshments were
served at the close of tho afternoon. The
next meeting will be held at the home of
In compliment to Mrs. Merwin Howes
of Milwaukee and Mrs. W. F. Day of Kan
sas City, Mrs. George lloobier and Mrs.
11. Q. Strelght enteriaiued at an elaborate
luncheon on Friday afternoon at the home
of the former. Yellow chrysanthemums
furnished the scheme for decoration. The
table was covered with Cluuy lace over
yellow satin and bordered about with the
yellow flowers, which also constituted the
Among the more pretentious affairs of
the week was the supper given on Thurs
day evening in honor of Miss Faith Potter
and her guest. Miss Shattuck of Boston.
by Mr. and Mrs H. F. Cady and Miss Cady
at their home, 3122 Chicago atreet. The
guests were served at ten small tablea ar
ranged through the rooms, plates being
laid for tU at each table. Pink chrvaau
Weddings and Knacasements.
The marriage of Miss Catherine Rush
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rush of
1323 Martha streets, and Mr. Charles Mori
arty will be solemnized at St. Mary's
chapel on Wednesday, November 5.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Allen of 3520 Dodge street at noon on
Thursday, occurred the marriage of their
daughter, Mies Lena Allen, and Mr. Harry
E. Mason of Weeping Water. Neb., Rev.
E. H. Jenks of the First Presbyterian
church, officiating. Though a simple home
wedding, it was especially pretty and waa
witnessed by a number of the more intimate
friends and relatives.
At the German Catholic church at 7:15
o'clock Thursday morning Miss Anna Wag
ner was married to Mr. Richard Wallace
Immediately after the ceremony the couplo
and a uumber of Intimate friends were
guests at a wedding breakfast at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Wagner, 1912 South Eleventh street. Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace then left to visit Kansas
City and other points.
A marriage of Interest to many Nebraska
people was that of Mr. Henry G. Smith
Lincoln and Miss Leua Myer of Aurora
which was solemnized In Washington, D. C
on Wednesday, October 29. Tha bride Is
niece of Senator Dietrich aul urrived In
Washington at 1:30 o'clock on We lacs
day. the party bei.ig driven, at once to the
church, where the r.rcmony wa.i performed
Mr. Smith was for several years corre
spondent for The Uee at L.ivo!n. Ij- he
recently accepted a position oa the Wakh
Ington Post. Mr. and M-s. Smith mil
be at home at 1607 K street. Norm west
The marriage of Mr. Thomas B. Coleman
and Miss Margaret Cassidy vta solemulzed
at Si. Patrick's church list Wednestly
morning at 7 o'clock in tho prcaenu of
relatives and friends. Rev. Kata-r John
T. Smith performed the marriage cere
mony. Mlas Mazia Cassidy was bride.,
maid and Mr. Dan J. Riley serv.d as bt
11)111. Though simple and devoid of oaten-
WESTERN HEADQUARTERS FOR
and VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
and PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
$10.00 to $75.00
for cash or $5,00 down and $1.50 Pcr week'
WE WANT A DEALER IN EVERY TOWN
BALL-BEARING SEWING MACHINES
We buy for cash and will sell you lor cash, or $5.00
down and 75c per week
Second-bund sewing machines for $1.00 to $10.00,
Free sewing school every Thursday. We rent machines of any make for 7,'c per
week, or $2.00 per month.,
We sell needles and attachments for, and repsir, any machine manufactured.
Bicycles Cheap to Close Out Our Immense Stock
Nebraska Cycle Co.
GEO. E. illgCKEL, Manager.
Corner 15th and Harney Streets
612 N. 24th St., So. Omaha
334 Broadway. Council Bluffs
Movements and Whrrmhuiiii.
Mrs. Levi Carter has returned from Chi
Mrs. Fred Schneider has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kountze have re
turned from Texas.
Mrs. Hulst and Mrs. Chase are visiting
friends in Milwaukee.
Mra. K S. Kelchenberg has returned from
a brief vialt In Chicago.
Mrs. Crelghton and Mrs. Allison have re
turned from their visit to Kentucky.
Miss Marion Cottner is at home after an
extended visit with relatives in Kichniond.
Mrs. J. H. Hodges, who has been spending
the summer in Seattle, returned home last
Mrs. F. D. Wilson has returned from a
three weeks' trip to Washington and New-
Mrs. Lyman Sholes has returned after
several months spent at her parents' home
Mrs. E. M. Fairfield aud Mra. Moore of
Sioux City returned from a brief visit to St.
Louis last week.
Mr. Adolph Brown, accompanied by his
niece, Miss Amelia Norman, has gone to
Chicago for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lininger reached
home on Thursady after an absence of two
months, which was spent in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sprague returned from
the east the early part of the week and
have gone to Excelsior Spriugs, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rosenthal have re
turned from a six months' tour abroad and
through the east and will be at home for
the winter at the Her Urand.
Mr. and Mra. Duncan Parber have re
turned from Colorado Springs, where they
went a fortnight ago to attend the golden
wedding of Mrs. Barber's parents.
Miss Julia Officer, piano, Ramge block.
Leschetlxky method, used by I'aderewskl.
GERMANS CELEBRATE TONIGHT
Fnar Hundredth Annlversars- of Their
Forefathers' Iadtna: Is to Re
Omaha's German-Americana will cele
brate tonight, at Bohemian Turner hall,
Thirteenth and Martha streets, the anni
versary of the landing of their forefathers
on American shores over 400 yeara ago.
After a musical and literary program
prepared by Prof. Charles Petersen there
will be dancing. The program for the even
, .Sleinliauxer's Orchealra
South Hide Maennerthor
Mr. O. Kinder
Mrs. Wauner Thomas
South Side Maennerchor
Mr. U Myer
Mrs. Wagner Thomas
' Cong or sly rsailve Home
South Side Manneriiior
"Die Wacht am Rhein" Chorus
MAY BUY DAVIS-COWGILL PLANT
Sunderland Brothers bald to Contem
plate lurcua and F.nlarae
ln.it of Iron Works.
It is reported negotisttons are under way
whereby the Davis Cowgill Iron works may
pass into the control of certain Omaha cap-
The popular nlioe for women, are
more elegant this fall. If possible,
than ever. The Sorosis dress shoe
conies in lioth patent ami plalu viol
kid. with turu soles and French
heels. I'rlce the same, !F:?..r0 always.
A new one for street wear la
enamel hoxlui;. with dull kid tops,
Cuban heels nud welt soles. Price,
?3.50 always. Another new one Is
nn all dull kid, with heavy sole;
same price, $:i..r. The assortment
of Bluchers Is complete and the
best tittiuj,' one In the market. The
price never changes, $3.50 always.
We carry no niachJnS sewed shoes.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 S. 15th St., OMAHA.
FRANK WILCOX, Mgr
Largest Exclusive Millinery House in the West
1000 Hats to Choose from, 1000
Artiistic Millinery at popular prices.
Beautiful patterns that have elegance, grace and
millinery art in every line.
Monday, first floor, at $6.50.
Stylish, pretty hats in all the new combinations of
colorings und etfocts. You mast see them to appre
ciate their value.
Monday, first floor, $3.50, $4 and $5.
Exquisite imported and domestic patterns at
$8.50, $10, $12.50.
Investigate our ads.
1508 Douglas Street
G. E. Shukert
is making special
2rice$ on genuine
Alada Seal Gar
ment 31 5 South 16th St.
All the new stripes and figures Per
cale and Mudras f tirT and soft
ixisoms i.lon, Monarch. Klein untl
Ciuett brands best fitting shirts made
Iet uh Hhuw you our line and
11.5" ! i he price.
Grand march ....
Overt J re
KeMlval hymn ..
Boprano solo . . . .
Keprano solo .
W JEWELER J
' t a7v 'I R,.,,h, PI-KK II I
, t !j WH ITK diamond II
: - ai Vil weighing vr a. curat M
iWf 1,1 o"" 1 B
Jf limit bi on a ireida anil B
h ran never duplicate it. T
in."" Invftatlgu.t Coil- !''f V
0? way ( awllin-. y
MRS. J. BENSON
Slew fall Waists
We have Ju
with whits e
ery, etc. Co
. Wo are sh
black silk sk
t received another lot of white wash
iful styles In canvas banket weave, damak
cd good. Trice, $2.23, 12.87. $.1.50. $n.00;
mbroidered front, $1.75. WHITE WOOL,
French flannel, etamlne, etc., stitched with
or trimmed with Persian bands, embroid-
lored wool waists in liannrls, etamlnc.
colored silk waists In peau d sole and
owinp; a very handsome line In colored and
FROM M V '-
Mrs. R. H. Davies
IS 1 1 Douglas 5treet
Is sliowinj; tlio most exqui
site iritl charming lot. of pat
tern hats in Omaha. ,The
most enticing croations.made
of rospK, lace and fur in such
Original Paris productions, also copies,
and hundreds of our own productions. I
Our assortment of Hair Goods is com- J
f Shampooning, Jyeing, and Manicuring. J
j Call and give us a trial and be convinced that I
1 everything is hrst-class. I
-s S a ''
it alia' a. They intend to largely Increase
the capacity of the present plant and give
employment to about 100 machinists and
laborers. The Davis V Cowgill works are
said to be the oldest and largest exclusive
machine shops In the Missouri valley. The
Sunderland Bros, are named as the probable
purchasers, and the amount involved is
about $00,000, with which the business will
TOO I.ATK TO Cl.tsttlPV.
LOST, pocket book containing $70. two $J"h.
two llos and t vo $iis. Howard if returned
to this office. I.O!tt V.K 2
Special Homeseekers Excursions
One Fare Plus $2,00 for ths Round Trip.
Nov. 4th and 18th Dec. 2d and 16th.
To points in Oklahoma and Indian T rr toriea and
Texas and to many points iu Arizona, t.eorgia, New
- - At . T V
'vrf. aiexico. ArKaneap, Kan-
wnas, North Carolina,
TennesH ec, Colorado,
lvOuiiiana, Utah, Florida
1323 Farnam Street
WANTED, to bnv a fine, hlah clan, yrr
i , 1 1 tiafe driving horse. Addre. N .:,
liee. i'-751 2
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