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SOCIETY AND IIORSE SHOW
Only On Topic Now for the Swagger Folks
to Talk Of.
BRILLIANCE OF AFFAIR IS ASSURED
1'oaien Hare Mad Rrrrrthla Rrad?
for a Remarkable Dlsplar of Fern
lain and Sartorial Beaatr
frh, Bummer', part. The elbow sleeve.
The whispered nothing of the season end
Th lrv fnlirlr? nf the country lown
Has served lta purpose and gone back to
The Ice cream trouaers ning along the
A melancholy sigh. Ainu, 'tis fall.
The Social CatenOar.
MONDAY Opening of the Horse Show.
Ir. and Airs. X K. Summers, a dinner
at tho Omaha club.
TUESDAY The Horse Show. Young
Ladies' Pleasure club dancing party.
WEDNESDAY Horse Show, evening and
matinee. Mrs. Jessie Dickenson-Lyman,
a luncheon at the Country club, fol
lowed by a matinee party at the Horso
Bhow. Ladles' day at the Country club.
Tilt iiSDA Y The Horse Show.
FRIDAY Tho Horse Show tn-etlng of the
Charmonte club at the homo of Miss
Hallle l'atterson. ,
BATL HDAY Horse Show matinee. ,yul-ahy-Morton
wedding. Mrs. F. Sparling a
first afternoon at home.
And now that the Horse Show Is fairly
upon ua society Is all aflutter; In fact. It
has been for nearly a week. A half doien
or more fashionable women have each
spent a day or two over In Chicago In the
Interest of "finishing touches" to their
costumes, and the rest have made numerous
vialts to the Auditorium to see If the floor
of the promenade really Is rough, If the
finish of the bones really be a menace to
their gowns and a few other things. But
society may be reaasured, for the Incom
pleteness of a week ago has been trans
formed and the promenade and the box
rails, wound with red and white bunting,
will not Imperil any of My Lady's finery.
The patronesses, nearly four score of
them, have been chosen chiefly from among
the box holders, and while, of course, there
are those who feel that by right of social
position they should have been Included In
this list, the fact remains that It takes
something besides "position" to make a
horse show a success, and some concession
has to be made to those fortunate ones who
can afford to supplement their position
with a box.
Of course there are to be dinner parties
at the Omaha club and a good many other
places Monday evening, and there will bs
supper parties, too. Monday night will un
questionably be the most swagger event in
the history of Omaha's smart set, so swag
ger, in fact, that not a few women who
are ordinarily socially prominent have
found it convenient to be out of town
iorii have even found It more economical
to go abroad for a brief period or out to
the coat or some other place than to stay
at heme and hold their own.
It is beginning to look iu though the
loyal subjects of King Ak-Sar-Ben, par
ticularly the fashionable ones, are going
to have need of all their loyalty if they
participate in the Coronation ball a week
from next Friday night. The fact Is the
knights have beeome so numerous that In
all Qulvara there is not a building large
enough to accommodate them If they all
decide to avail themselves of the privileges
to which their membership entitles them.
The hustling committee has proven ltaelf
more than competent, and the ball com
mittee finds Itself confronted with the
problem of providing nccommodutlon for
tho results of their efforts. The
knights now number 2,200, each en
titled to dancing privileges for himself a,nd
lad, and while there Is little prospect of
the entire membership attending, there will
undoubtedly be enough to till the floor
somewhat more than "comfortably." AH
the available room will be put to use, and
plans are being mode for the erection of
ail L, to communicate with the Auditorium
by enclosed passageway, to be used as
cloak and dressing rooms. The stage at
the south end of the hull will have to
be retained for the throne and the room
below will be used as on the occasion of
the Auditorium ball, for tho serving of
But the mask ball the night following.
To what extent, if any, is society consid
ering that? New Orleans has its famous
Mardl Gras mask ball why should not
Omaha afford a like culmination of lis
Carnival? Certainly it would afford no end
of lark and a mask and domino would ef
fectually overcome the awkwardness of
being recognized if that proved undesirable
and a party "properly escorted and chap
eroned" might participate from the gallery,
at least. Undoubtedly Omaha has not a
few who would enjoy an hour or so spent
in this way, and, considering some of the
things to which some of the really select
havo dared on a few occasions, it would
not be surprising if some of these same
elect might dare venture down onto the
The marriage of Miss Jean Morton,
daughter of Mr. Joy Morton of Chicago,
and Joseph Cudahy, son of Michael Cudahy
Of Chicago, will take place at 4 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, October 1, at Arbor
Lodge, the home of the bride's grand
father, the late J. Sterling Morton, at Ne
braska. City. Miss Pauline Morton, a
oousln of the bride and daughter of the
secretary of the navy, will attend as maid
of honor. Miss Clara Cudahy and Miss
Julia Cudahy, sister and cousin of the
groom, will act as bridesmaids, and Ed
ward Cudahy will act as groomsman. John
Cudahy of Kansas City, Sterling Morton,
Fred McLaughlin and Cllve Runnells of
Chicago, will be the ushers. No ceremony
cards, have been issued and only about one
hundred relatives and close friends have
been asked. Informally, to be present at
the wedding. A party from Chicago will
reach Arbor Lodge Saturday morning and
the Omaha party will arrive Saturday noon.
Luncheon will be served and a dinner will
follow the ceremony, the guests departing
by special train that evening. After their
wedding tour Mr. and Mrs. Cudahy will
reside In Omaha In one of the new houses
being erected at Thirty-sixth and Howard
Streets. Miss Morton does not accept the
Catholic faith and it has not yet been
definitely decided whether the ceremony
will be performed by Bishop Spalding of
Peoria, 111., or on of the Nebraska bish
ops. Pleasures Past.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Baldrlge entertained
Informally at a Dutch supper Thursday
evening at their home on Pacific street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McKltrlck entertained
Friday evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs.
C. 8. Plnkerton of Salt Lake City.
A. 8. Patrick entertained a party of four
at dinner at the Country club last even
ing, his guests being Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
Johnston, Miss Iluestls and Miss '(Joule
The Country club dinner parties were
few and small again last evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Scoble entertained nine guests. Mr.
Mid Mrs. H. II. Baldrldge five, Mr. A. L.
Patrick four and Mr. and Mrs. Ives one.
Chauncry Olcott wore the horse show
colors In Terence" last night. After the
performance he entertained Dr. C. De Armo
Gray, the manager, at dinner at the Iler
Grand. Mr Olcott and Dr. Gray are old
schoolboy friends. About twelve persons.
Including a number of Mr. Oleott's com
pany, were present.
The Young Ladies' sodality of St. Pat
rick's church entertained their friends
Thursday evening In a charming manner,
Thlrty-eeven high-five tables were kept
busy for more than an hour, after which
light refreshments were served. About 200
Miss Helena Chase, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clement Chase, and Miss Elisabeth
Fairfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M
Fairfield, celebrated their birthdays Frl
day afternoon at Courtland Place, the
home of Judge J. M. Woolworth, entertain
ing a party of little friends, between 3;J0
and 5 SO o'clock.
About 1,Z"0 guests participated In the fall
opening of Chambers' dancing academy
Friday evening and both the assembly room
and large ball room were used for dancing.
While the academy was used for many of
the larger dancing parties last winter. It
has only been completed this summer and
the Interior finish, especially of the ball
room. Is particularly attractive. The chll
dren's reception was held yesterday after
noon between 3:30 and i o'clock.
One of the pretty events of the season In
Valley wns the china shower given by
Mollle Baldwin of Elkhorn for her friend
Miss Kate Whit more, at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. Frank Vhitmore, Thursday after
noon. The table was laid for twenty-one
guents, the parlors and dining room being
decorated In ferns and roses. Over the
table was suspended a large Chinese, rara
sol, around which was hung little Chinese
lanterns, containing the written fortune of
each guest, which was pulled by bluo and
white ribbons from the plate of each
guest, which was designated by a hand
painted Chinese plate card. Mrs. W. G.
Whitmore poured chocolate and Ices were
served by Mrs. Baresford of Chicago. Miss
Baldwin was also assisted by Mr. Fred
Whitmore and the Misses Nell and Marion
Whitmore. M ny costly and beautiful pres
ents were received.
Wedding; and Rno-aa-enienta.
Mr. John P. Riley left Thursday for
Spokane, Wash., where he will be married
Wednesday to Miss Clara Engle, formerly
of this city.
Invitations are out for the wedding of
Miss Josephine Stafford, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Stafford. 102 North Eight
eenth street, to Mr. Harry Hergog, which
will take place at the home of the bride
After residing twelve years In Omaha,
Mrs. E. E. Bartholomew nnd daughter.
Knthryn, left two weeks ago for their old
home In Illinois. The Onawa, 111., papers
describe a very pretty wedding at the home
of A. E. Cook, 491 Darwin place, where
Miss Kathryn was united In marriage to
Frank E. Button of New York, In the pres
ence of lmmediato relatives. Many beau
tiful presents were received. Many con
gratulatory telegrams were sent from
Omaha and the best wishes of a host of
friends follow them to their new home In
New York, where Mr. Button holds a po
sition with the General Electric company
of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross and family have
taken apartments at the Madison for the
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smyth have taken
rooms at 212 South Twenty-fifth street for
Mrs. Martha Heth, who has recently re
turned from a prolonged visit In Kentucky,
has taken the house at 2403 St. Mary's
Mrs. Edward Smith and Miss Caroline
Johnson of Bt. Joseph will come tomorrow
to be tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
W. Yates during the horse show.
Mrs. Frederick George Sparling, nee Ruth
Phlllppl, will give the first of a series of
afternoons at home Saturday, October 1,
at her residence, 502 South Twenty-seventh
Charles Beaton, Ray Stanley and E. P.
Boyle have been appointed executive com
mittee of the WInfleld club and the first
dancing party will be given at the Metro
politan club sometime during October.
Mrs. Clara Freedman of New York, who
has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Arthur D. Brandels, at the Brandeis sum
mer home at Calhoun, has returned to her
home. Mr. and Mrs. Brandels have re
turned to the city with their family this
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McVann will go to
Grand Island Monday to celebrate the an
niversary of their own wedding and that
of Mrs. McVann's sister, Mrs. Barton L.
Curry. The anniversary will also be made
the occasion of the christening of the in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Curry.
Come and Go Gossip.
Mrs. LouU Reed Is visiting the St. Louis
Mr. Thomas Knight returned Sunday
evening to St. Louis.
Mrs. C. H. Downs returned from Maple
ton. Ia., on Saturday.
Mrs. L. V. Crum has gone for a visit to
Wisconsin and Chicago.
Mr. B. F. Weaver has returned from a
trip around the world.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rltter Brown are
guests of Mrs. S. R. Brown.
Miss Anna Downs is home from St. Louis,
where she spent the past month.
Mrs. Clara Burbank and sons have re
turned from a visit to St. Louis.
Mrs. Everett Preston is spending a few
weeks at her ranch in Colorado.
Miss Emma Goff of Fremont is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Frank Brown.
Miss Josephine Brady and Miss Cecilia
Farrell have returned from the east.
Mrs. P. H. McGrath has gone to Chi
cago to attend the wedding of her sister.
Mr. Phil McShane, who Has been in tho
east for some time, is expected in Omaha
Miss Enola Dexter leaves today for a
short visit in El Paso, Tex., and Los An
geles. R. C. Judson and wife of Portland, Ore.,
are visiting their son, F. W. Judson, and
Miss Loralne Comstock has gone to
Northampton, Mass., where she will enter
Mrs. 8. N. Mello will return Tuesduy
morning after a visit of two weeks '.n
Mr. William R. Wood will come down
from his ranch this week to attend th
Mr. Augustus Kountze of New York
City Is tho guest of his father Mr. Her
Mr. and Mr. W. R. McKeen, Jr., and
Mrs. Harry Gumming have gone on a trip
to the Pacific coast.
Mrs. Harry Lowrle and daughter have
returned from a year's sojourn In Scotland,
France and England.
Miss Nash has returned from Dubuque,
where she has bee.i the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. Henry Myers.
Mr. Roy L. Smith, now of Chattanooga,
Tenn., spent lust week the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Wheeler.
George Suller has returned from the New
England states, where he spent a month
with friends and relatives.
Miss Natha'le Merrlam and Miss Eliza
beth Congdon left for the east Wednes
day to enter Vaasar college.
Mrs. Elizabeth Parrotte Goodrich, who
has been at St. Louis, visiting relatives
and friends, has returned to Omaha.
Miss Elizabeth McConnell and her guest,
Mlsi Bennett, have returned from St. Louis,
where they have been visiting the World's
Mr. Arthur W. Jaynes is spending a few
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 8.
Jaynes, en route from the great lakes,
where he has spent the summer, to his
home at Bonesteel, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Klpllnger and
daughter of Lima. O., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. D. Klpllnger on their way to Cali
fornia. Mrs. C. O. Manlove has returned to
Omaha after spending the summer at Den
ver, Colorado Springs and other mountain
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. White and little
son of Estherville. Ia., are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jay D. White at 1003 South Thir
Mr. and Mrs James A. Griffith and
daughter, Miss Vivian Griffith, have re
turned frcm the cast, having visited Bar
Harbor, Boston and Canadian points.
Miss Mabel Stephen has returned from
Lincoln, where she spent the week the
guest of the Kappa Mappa Gamma soro
rity, assisting In the week's rushing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Whitmore and daugh
ter, after a summer spent in Europe, sail
for home Saturday on the Red Star line
steamer Zeeland. from Dover, England.
Mr. Frank Brown, accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Ella May Brown, has gone
to Colorado, where they 'will spend some
time for the benefit at Miss Brown's
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Balrd, who have
spent the last fifteen months In Europe,
have returned and have taken the Mount
residence at Thirtieth and Pacific streets.
Mrs. George Pray and daughter. Miss
Grace Pray, of Portland, Ore., who. have
been guests of Mrs. C. H. Townsend, have
returned to their home.
Mossrs D. A. and Thomas Hart left the
city last Wednesday evening for a few
weeks' visit to their old home In Inland,
their destination being Castle Bar, County
Mayo. Mr. Thomas Hart visited the home
of his youth five years ago, but Domlnlck
A. Hart has never revisited his birthplace.
and it Is more than thirty years since his
arrival in this country. Incidentally, they
spent two days at the World's fair at St,
Louis and sailed Saturday afternoon from
New York City.
Miss Blanche Sorenson, voice. Ramge Blk.
On Monday. SeDtember 26 to 28. Inclusive.
I shall make an exhibit of imnorted mnrlnl
gowns, tailor-made suits, wraps, and In
carefully chosen styles for the coming sea
son. I shall display some suggestive
adaptations of the new fabrics and trim
mings. You are cordially Invited to In
spect It. V. P. CHIODO.
214-18 S. ISth St., Omaha, Neb.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ckmsnoers
Will reopen their School or Lun:ng 2424
Farnam street, September 23, rompll-
mentary reception, by card only. Inspec
tion of the academy S to S p. m. Dancing
1:30 p. m. For Juveniles, Saturday, Sep.
tember 24th; dancing 4 to t p. m. Anpiica
Hons may be made now.
Mrs. Manlove has opened new studio for
voice and artistic singing. 612 Karbach Blk.
Lillian Fitch, elocution; Luella Allen, vio
lin, have reopened studio, 301-302 Boyd
Dr. Vernon to Speak.
Dr. W. T. Vernon, president of the West
ern university at Quindaro, Kan., who Is
sometimes termed the Booker T. Washing
ton of the west, will address the colored
citizens of this city at Washington hall
Monday evening under the auspices of the
repuoiican state committee. l)r. Vernon
Is under the direction of the nntlonnl re.
publican committee. He arrived in the city
from Denver, where he delivered an address
to tho negroes of that city. Desdune's or
chestra will furnish muttic for the occasion
and there will be plenty of reserved seats
Pretroleum Prices Advance,
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company today advanced the price of all
grades of petroleum except Ragland.
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J3 Uf AND OOVCIAS JTJ. Of1AHA.,NEH.
! MONDAY'S GREAT BALL GAME
i splendid Contest of Rival Ball Clubs
' for Sweet Charity's
The thrilling scenes sketched by the
! artist-poet In "Casey at the Bat," when
The smile Is gone from Casey's Hps, his
teeth are clenched with hate
He glares upon tne pitcher and he madly
pounds the plate;
And now the pitcher holds the ball, and
now he lets It go
And now the air Is shattered by the force
of Casey's blow,
will be reproduced In life size form by both
the Omaha and Original clubs In the closing
game at Vinton street pnik Monday after
noon. Preparations for the game have been
going on for a week, each nine putting In
Its best licks to get in prime physical con
dition for what promises to be the greatest
game that ever happened. The game will
not count for much In the register of the
Western league and will not affect the own
ership of the pennant, but It will fill a
bright page In Charity's great tome for
future reference. The proceeds of the
game go toward defraying a portion of the
expense Incurred In enlarging the convent
of the Good Shepherd, where over 160 In
mates are cared for and surrounded with
those strengthening moral influences that
make for righteous lives.
Such a worthy pause does not appeal In
vain to professional plHyers and lovers of
cleanly sports. The Omaha and Original
clubs have generously given their services.
Manager Rourke gives the park, and It Is
only necessary for the kindly hearted of
Omaha and South Omaha to turn out and
cheer the cause andthe players as tho
game goes merrily on. Every member of
the Knights of Columbus has been ordered
to take a day off and camp In the park with
his wife or sweetheart. Other fraternal or
ganizations Interested In the good work are
lining up to help fill the grandstand and
bleachers, while the fans of this and by
gone seasons will hold down the customary
reserved fews. It will be a great game for
a good cause. Push it along.
In the Crelghton College of Law fall
term begins Monday, October 3, 10 a. m.
Registration will be held on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, September 29 and 30 and
October 1 at the College of Law, Four
teenth and Davenport streets.
The Battleship "Nebraska"
Will be launched at Seattle, Wash.,
Oct. 7, and every citizen of Nebraska
wants a handsome souvenir of the
occasion. We have a handsome bas
relief of the battleship cast In alumi
num, Bxllty inches, showing in detail
the vessel as it will appear when
completed. The design was made
from a drawing furnished bv the
Navy department. On the back Is
engraved the complete statistics of
the vessel. If you desire one of these
handsome souvenirs, send 11.25 to L.
F. ROHRBECK, 224 E. Denny Way,
Seattle, Wash., and you will receive
same by return of mall or express.
"GET THE HABIT"
A DAY IN THE ALPS
OX THE pike:
ELECTRIC SPRINGS HOTEL
An : oal place to spend the winter. Three
springs, all noted for their health-giving
properties. Hot and cold baths free. Rates
ST. 00 a day, or $25 a month. W. M. LO
VERN, Proprietor, Rogers, Ark.
Elegant New Furs
We have a large stock of scarfs of all lengths
made by the best fur garment manufacturers of
the country from genuine martin, sable martin,
sable fox, Isabellu fox, real squirrel, mink, etc,
assures you skins and workmanship of the best
quality, natural tails and all up-to-dute styles.
Single pieces up to $50.00; sets up to $75; sets
for children and misses, $1.50 to $10.
Garments illustrated in the nobby and new
?.a-Za, Four-in-IIand or Flat scarf, especially
suitable for suit and fall wear. We have them
in mink, moleskin, beaver, gray squirrel, chin
chilla, etc. Select your furs now. When the
thermometer drops in earnest you will want
theui in a hurry.
212 South 16th St.
BOOK AND PAPER SHOP
122 South i5th Street.
the most charming
A SHELBY HAT
Elaborate display of high class, exclusive SHIRT WAISTS
and SKIR TS in our departme?ity 2nd floor.
The best line of fine goods ever displayed in the city. Many
of them brought here especially for the horse show.
1511 DOUGLAS ST.
IF YOU WANT
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IF THE LADY WANTS
She immediate y hies herself to the
IrVftere comfort and style are com
bined and the fit is assured.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 S. 15th St.
Frank Wilcox, Mgr. '
feaf bMa UMd by Uading ctr8i'a and othen
who kuow th Vfciu of beautiful complexion
tn4 ruunded figure. It will positively do as w
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firm, full and symmetrica., it hag nvrr failed
to accomplish this resuic, not amy for the ro
elty lady, the actreaa and the mat den, but for
the mother to unfortunate us to lues her nat
aral bosom through nursing.
WRINKLES about the mouth, eyes and those
of the forehead disappear as by magic, leavlug
k akin tenure firm aid clear.
F-A( IAL 8 AGO 1 NO, the grrat beauty destroyer
sjf middle life, la also corrected by this Flesh
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Some of them have been very little used and are in
first-class condition. We do not wish to carry them
over and therefore offer them at exceptionally loto
Fall and Winter Display
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Sept. 28 and 29.
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