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TIIE CttfAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1003.
SOCIETY CUTS UP AT PLY
Gbymkana froTei Ixcuse for Exhibition f
Fonienie and High Jinks.
DIGNITY LAID ASIDE FOR ONE DAY
Afternoon at rnanlrr C lob Spent la
Oporta Whmr Delight I.Irs In
Ahanrdltr of Their
Abhle Hen Aflnnm, may her life lie spared,
Awoke one niKht and felt H tulle sinn-d;
for on her shirtwaist box, crona-lt-geced,
A Vlslun writing on a little lte.
KxceellnK nervousness made Ahble quake;
And to the Vision tlitildlv she pnM:
'What wrlt"st thou?'- 'Ine VIlon looked
At her .i.'-umtion. mid quite coldly
d ran led :
"The list of Htr Hest Teople w ho depart
For watering places sumptuous and
"Am I In It?" nked Miss' Ahble "No"
The scornful Vision said, "You're poor,
"I know," said Ahble; "I go where It's
I ran't afford mountain or ' prires sleep.
But ere you leave. Just dot this item down,
I nver leave my cats to starve In town."
The .Vlalon wrote, and vanished. Next
He came sua In and brought his little slate.
And showed the names, of people really
And lo:. Miss Abhle's name led all the rest!
Carolyn Wells In Life.
MONDAY Miss Nell OuiM entertains at
card for Miss Mary Head of Ban Fran
cisco. Miss Faith Hoel's luncheon for
the Missea Brack of Hastinns, Neb. The
Nebraska. Ceramic club meets Monday
t 2 p. rn. at the home of Mrs. Robert
TI'EHUAY-Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cald
well's dance at Country club, evening.
Luncheon by Mrs. Hubert . Gilmore for
Mrs. Chrlstlancv at Country club.
VF.DNK8DAY Itonahue - Borghoff wed
ding. Ijadlcs' day nt Country club. Din
ner and dance at Field club.
The last week haa been well filled , with
social event, the most notable, of course,
being- the gymkhana given at the Country
club yesterday, which was well attended
and acknowledged a brilliant affair. Prac
tically all the smart set were represented.
The clubhouse and large porch were one
floral bower of garden flowers, which over
looked the green velvet-like sward, making
an . artistic background for the exquisite
gowns worn by the .women. The secret of
the, entire success of the program for the
day may be attributed to the fay that so
ciety, while "dressed up." did not assume
that attitude, but put aside all formality
and company n.mners and entered Into
eaoh and every stunt, no matter how ridic
ulous or ruffling tr one's dignity, with so
much vim and energy that fun and hilarity
reigned unceaslr gly the entire afternoon
and evening. This makes the third gym
khana held at the Country club, and each
one has been distinguished equally for the
novelty and absurdity of its features.
No less conspicuous for a thoroughly good
time were the two dancing parties given
this week, one by Mr! and Mrs. J. H. But
ler. Wednesday evening nt . the Country
club, in honor of their niece, Miss Ann
Brown of Tennessee, and their son, Mr.
Wlllard Butler; the other given at the
home of Mra. John J. Bnurke. for her
daughters, the Misses Ann and Sarah
Bourke. Both of these dances were largely
attended, by the young college set, who are
now making their plans to return to their
different schools. By the middle of Sep
tember most oi them will be gone, and
their absence will be greatly felt, as they
have enlivened society to a great' extent
The popular girl of today is the one that
is up and doing, full of energy and enthusi
asm; 'not sitting idly waiting for something
to happen', but displaying a disposition to
act on any sensible suggestion, or, better
still, busy "Inventing something to do,
whether it is merely pleasure or something
more practical to keep the mind active go
on the theory that time Is valuable and not
to be squandered. In every sort of social
Intercourse each person must do his part
and those who refuse to make the least ef
fort In their own behalf, or to contribute
anything to the general pleasure, are not
justified In complaining of neglect. Gen
erally speaking, there Is no time for dead
weights. ' Mrs. Boss K. Strewn and Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. MeConnell. who are touring Europe
together, wrote last Sunday from "Off the
Isle of Wight." They said they would land
upon-"king's soil" Monday, after having
a glorious passage. Several other Omaha
people were on hoard. Including Mrs. Jo
seph Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
Greene, Mrs. Ella Nash and Mrs. Iewls
Reed. They reported all were well, no
Illness on board and weather fit for the
"gods."' " Mrs. Strawn and Mr. and Mrs.
MeConnell will go to Ireland and then
to the continent. landing In Holland. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles J Greene will go to
Spain and to "Gibraltar." Mrs. Reed, Mrs.
Barker and Mrs. Nash to France.
Tha largest crowd of the season enjoyed
Omaha's New Baritone.
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FRED G. EMI .IVK. HIGH PRAISF.
HI Olnalag lllzhlr Complimented by
Great Pari Teacher.
Word ha been recently received from
Fred G. Elli of the Normal Conserva
tory, who went abroad a abort time ago
to take-vocal Instruction under M. Boudy,
of Parts, the greatest living teacher of the
voice. Mr. Kill wa asked bv him to
Ing "Dlo possente," arta from "Faust,"
which was rendered In such a tine manner
as to bring forth great praise from the
renowned teacher, nd later when asked
to sing "Evening Star." arm from "Tjiiii
hauacr." the gentleman went Into rapture
over Mr. Kills' voice and method. Great
credit was alito given Prof. Pease. Mr.
Kill' former Instructor, tin was told that
he would have nothing to unlearn, but
could go on with him where he left oft
with Prof Pease. Mr.. Elli U studying
oratorio music, an.1 was a member of the
faculty of Detroit Conservatory and a
njenilx-r of the Detroit Central M K.
church choir when lie left for his trip
(Notice from Detroit Journal).
Mr EUl will open hi studio Wednesday,
September stb. room It Barker Block.
the table d'hote dinner at the Country
club Saturday evening. The largest dinner
was given by Mrs. J. E. Baum In honor
of Mr. Denlse Barkalow. Those present
were: Miss Ma"ry Morgan, Miss Hlen
Davis, Miss Jean Cudahy, Miss Ann Brown,
Miss Sarah Bourke,- Miss Anna Bourke,
Miss Goodnow of Evanston, III., Miss
Natalie Merriam. Miss Warfleld of Kansas
City, Miss Merriam Patterson. Miss Caro
line Barkalow, Miss Marlon Hughes, Miss
Elisabeth Congdon, Miss Mary Alice
Rogers." Miss Louise Peck. Miss Adele Mc
Hugh. Miss Isabelle French, Miss Brownie
Bess Baum. Mr. .Ben and Mr. Paul Gal
lagher. Mr. John Redlck. Mr. Junius Brown,
Mr. Fred Patterson. Mr, George Van Brunt
of Couneil Bluffs, Mr. George and Mr. El
mer Redlck. Mr. Ronald Patterson. Mr. Dick
Coad. Mr. Hd Cudahy, Jr., Mr. Ben Wood,
Mr. Lyman Peck. Mr. Herbert French,
Mr. Richard and Mr. Jack Baum and Mrs.
With Mr. and Mrs. 1 1. L. Cummlngs were
Miss Ijing. Mrs. McKeen and Mr. Drake.
In honor of Mrs. George Chrlstlancy of
New York. Mr. and Mrs William A. Red
lck entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rem
ington, Mrs. Will Millard and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lehnier.
Mr. and Mis. William Sear Poppleton,
Mrs. K. M. Fairfield, Miss Bessie Yates,
Dr. Bridges and Mr. Earl Gannett were
gue.;ts of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mar
Miss Margaret Wood and Mr. Roy Wood
entertained for their guest, Mr. Tranmer
of ' Denver. Covers were laid for Miss
Phoebe Smith. Miss Marguerite Prltchett,
Miss Julia Hlgglnson, Miss Uallln, Miss
Bessie Brady, Miss Mary Lee McShane,
Miss laura Congdon, Mr. Potter,' Mr. Tran
tner, Mr. Weyland Magee of Chltago, Mr.
Jerome Magee, Mr. Walter Roberts, Mr.
John L. Kennedy, Dr. Roy Crummer, Mr.
George Prltchett, Mr. Keogh, Mr. Frank
Wllhelm and Mr. Robert Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. Barlow's party
included Mr. and Mrs. Victor Caldwell,
Mr. and Mrs Carroll of Pasadena and Mr.
und Mrs. G. W. Wattles.
Mrs. R. C. Howe entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Potter, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Mahoney, Mrs.- F. A. Nash and Mis Mo
Cormlck. Smaller dinners were given by
Mrs. E. Squires. Judge and Mrs. VtnSon
haler. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Butler. Mr. and
Mrs. II. V. Klnelcr, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. 8.
D. Barkalow, Mr. and Mrs. Aycrlgg, Cap
tain Swobe, Lieutenant Cowin, Mr. and
Mrs. Hitchcock, Mr. Moorehead, Mr. Ross
Towle. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer, Mr.
and Mrs. Beeson; Mr. and Mrs., Ben Cot
ton, Mr. and Mrs. John A. McShane, Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Prltchett, Mr. and
Mrs.' Arthur Gulou and Major and Mra
Mr. T. F. Maloney has bought the Dick
inson house on Purk avenue and expects
to take possession about October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lomax will take the
house at present occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
John A. McShane on Dodge street, when
the litter move Into their new' home on
Thirty-seventh street In November.
Weddings and Rnsragements.
The marriage of Miss Edith Carey All-
wine, daughter of Dr. and Mr. II. W.
Allwlne, to Mr. Robert Eugene Marble of
Council Bluffs, will be solemnized Wednes
day evening, September S, at 8 o'clock at
the home of the bride's parents, 2018 Emmet
street. A large reception will follow the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Marble will spend
the winter In Chicago, returning to Omaha
In the spring.
The wedding of Miss Hollle Spear, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Spear, and Dr.
Earnest Empey took place Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride's cousin.
Mr. Charles Spear Of Billings, Mont. Dr.
Empey and his bride have a large ac
quaintance In Omaha, the doctor having
graduated from the Omaha Medical col
lege this year, while Miss Spear Is well
known In musical circles. Dr. and Mr.
Empey will be at home after September
15 at the Elks' hotel. Billings.
Come and Go Gossip.
Mr. V. P. Chiodo is In New York City.
Mr. J. E. Summer left yesterday for
Miss Carrie Hawser returned this week
from IJike OkoboJI.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Simon left Saturday
evening for New York.
Miss Helen Rahm returned Saturday from
a visit to I.ake Madison.
Miss Golda Murphy has returned from a
visit In Colllngwood, Ontario.
Mlsa Eva Stutsman is visiting friends in
Colorado Springs and Denver.
Mrs. W. F. Wapplch returned Saturday
from Minneapolis and vicinity.
Colonel and Mrs. J. H. Pratt returned
Thursday from an eastern trip.
Mr. and Mrs Julius Rosenswelg are vis
iting In Chicago for a few days.
Mrs. E. C. Relnhardt and Miss Elizabeth
Conway are visiting In Chicago.
Mrs. P. A. Holllster has gone to Lincoln
and York for a two weeks' visit.
Mrs. .Walter Page and family will return
this week from Prior Lake, Minn.
Mrs. Harry May and daughter, Mabel,
have returned from Manltou, Colo.
Mrs. Genevieve Clarke Wilson of Denver
spent Saturday In the city with friends.
Mrs. A. G. Edwards has returned from
Colorado, where she spent the summer.
Mr. Jerome Magee Is entertaining his
brother, Mr. Weyland Magee, of Chicago.
Miss Josephine Brady returned Monday
from a two-weeks' visit in the Black Hills.
Miss Ulllan Fitch returned Friday from
New York, where ahe has spent the summer,
Mr. Andrew Murphy and daughter. Miss
Blanche Murphy, are at Excelsior Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cavanagh have
gone to Estes Park, Colo., on a pleasure
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kountze are ex
pected home this week from an eastern
Mlsa Erna Goff of Fremont 1 visiting her
sister, Mrs. Frank Brown, at the Hamilton
Mrs. M. J. Matthew and her outdoor
sketching class leave tomorrow for Colo
Miss Beaumont, who has been the guest
of Mr. R. 8. Wilcox, left Friday for Chi
Mr. D. C. Patterson, Jr., has arrived
home from the naval academy at An-
Mis Holland and Miss Fox will return
to their homes In Omaha from Paris in a
Mra. R. E. Welch has returned from a
two months' visit In Boston and the sea
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Rustin are ex
pected home about September 18 from
Mrs. J. Stockdale of Galesburg, III., is
spending a few days with Mr. and Mra.
Q. VF. TcmplMon.
Mrs. J. Conway and Miss Jennie Conway
have returned from a visit to relative in
the north and west.
Mr. Warren B. Jones and Miss Daisy
Roger have gone to Excelsior Springs and
Kansas, City on a visit.
Mrs. Albert Cahn is entertaining Dr. and
Mrs. E. 8. Beck and Mr. and Mr. George
Thompson of Owego, N. Y.
Miss Ethel Davis of Denver is spending
a week with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Caldwell,
en route to Srhlth's college.
Mr. and Mrs. Brace Fonda of Grand
Island arrived Friday, to be th guest of
Mr. and Mra. H. 8. Jaynes.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dale and daughter
Hannah, Martha and Dorothy, returned
Saturday from Lake Madison.
Mis Eva Beach returned from Chicago
the first of the' wek. where he visited
friends and relative, after takinc the lake
trip to Mackinac Island and Buffalo. She
also visited Niagara falls and Toronto.
Mrs. Dsve Gross and daughter. Erma,
have returned from a fortnight's visit with
friends at Beaver Crossing. Neb.
Mr. and Mr. Horace McKoon of Long
Eddy, N. Y., are the guests of Mr. snd
Mrs. Samuel Rees over Sunday.
Miss Jean Cudahy, Miss Brownie Bess
Baum and Mr. Ed Cudahy, Jr., returned
yesterday from Mackinac Island.
Miss Mildred Goss left this week to at
tend a house party In Peoria. She ex
pects to remain about three weeks.
Miss Zola Dellecker gave a most enjoya
ble kensington yesterday afternoon for her
guests, the Misses Brack of Hastings, Neb.
Mis Warfleld of Kansas City is spend
ing this week with Miss Mabel Marr,
who returned Friday from Fort Scott,
Mr. William A. Gould, Jr., and son
Harry, who have been spending the sum
mer In the east, returned home lust Tues
day. Mr. Fairfield. Mr. Iemlst and Mr. Dick
Stewart left for St. Paul yesterday, where
they spent Sunday with Mr S. G. Strick
land. Mrs. J. C. Hammond and Miss Olive Ham
mond returned Friday from a two months'
trip to Colorado, Wyoming and the Pacific
Miss Edith Carson of Clifton Hill has re
turned from a two months' trip to Ottawa,
Toronto, Niagara Falls. Detroit, Mich., and
Mr. C. K Morgan of the Treasury depart
ment, Washington, D. C, Is the guest of
Mr: and Mrs O. J. Matthews on North
Mis Tessa Hughes and niece, Miss May
L. Barnlck, have returned after an ex
tended visit spent in Kansas City and Ex
celsior Springs. Mo.
Mrs., Royal D. Miller entertained at din
ner Saturday evening in honor of Miss
Erna Goff of Fremont, who Is the guest of
Mrs. Frank Brown.
Dr. James II. Peabody and his grand
daughter, Mary V. Peabody, will leave to
morrow for a three weeks' outing in the
mountains of Colorado.
Mrs. Harry Blrkmler and little daughter
Helen of Fremont are guests of Mrs. Blrk
mler' parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen, 1313
South Thirtieth avenue.
Misses Alice and Theresa Weeth of Gretna
returned Friday, having spent a month at
Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland, San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoades and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Rhoades, and families, re
turned yesterday from Fort Calhoun, where
they have rpent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick II. Davis are
entertaining Mrs. Frank W. Mlllspaugh
and daughters. Miss Elvy and Miss Nellie
Mlllspaugh, from Topeka, Kan.
Miss Grace Grady of Sioux City. Ia.,
niece of Mr. M. Gary and Mr. R. Liv
ingston, spent a few days In this city, on
her return from Salt Ike City, Utah.
Miss Margaret Gleason, who has been
visiting for the last two weeks Mrs. Sam
Caldwell and Mrs. E. S. Westbrook, re
turns to her home In Hannibal, Mo., today.
Miss Etta Parker Halght and daughter,
Ml" Effie Halght, have returned from New
Tork and other eastern cities, where they
have spent the summer visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Benll have returned
from an extensive western trip, which In
cluded British Columbia, San Francisco,
Seattle, Portland, Salt Iake and other
Mr. Fred Ellis of Detroit, who Is a new
arrival in Omaha, will sing a solo this
morning at the First Presbyterian church.
His selection will be, "It Is Enough" from
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Young left Tues
day evening for a pleasure trip through
southern California, returning by way of
Seattle and Portland, where they will
take In the exposition.
A most enjoyable farewell surprise party
was given Friday night In honor of Miss
Llnnls Plerson at her home, 1708 Seward
street. Miss Plerson will spend the fall
with friends In Ottumwa. la-
Mr. and Mrs. James Almy are back from
a two months' trip through the east, having
visited New York, Asbury Park, Rochester,
Buffalo and Chicago. They will be at home
at 1101. North Twenty-ninth street.
Mr. John Pray, Mr. James 8. Trostler,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Trostler, Miss Eliza
beth Drage of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Keller of Council Bluffs left yester
day to attend the Grand Army of the Re
public reunion at Denver and to visit Col
Mr. George Bldwell left Friday In his
private enr for Minnesota on a ten days'
fishing trip. He Invited a party to 'ac
company him, which included Mr. C. E.
Yost, Mr W. W. Morsman, Mr. E. W.
Morsnian. Mr. Guy C. Barton, Mr. C. W.
Lyman and Mr. F. A. Nash.
Mr. George L. Fisher and son, Robert,
left Thursday for a visit with relatives in
Detroit and vicinity, taking thc lake route
from Chicago to Detroit. Mrs. Fisher on
her return will accompany Robert to Ann
Arbor, where he will enter the University
of Michigan. He is one of this year's
graduates of the Omaha High school.
A most enjoyable Informal musicale was
given yesterday afternoon by Misses Alice
and Margaret McShane in honor of Miss
Bchenck of Dayton, O., who is the guest
of Count Crelghton.
In honor of the .Miners Rrach of Hast
ings. Neb., a picnic was given Tuesday
at Lake Manawa. The party Included
Missea Georgia Patterson, Ella Wirt of
Council Bluffs, Mary Morgan,' Mary Bed-
well, Faith Hoel Zola Dellecker and the
well. Faith Hoel, Zola Dellecker and the
Miss Helen Sommers entertained Wednes
day evening in compliment to Miss Helen
Meyer, of Chicago and Miss Helen Uten-
heimer of Hartlngton, Neb. A most en
Joyable evening was spent, games being
the amusement. Prizes were won by Miss
Helen Meyer, Miss Fannie Samlsh, Mr,
Julius V. Newman and Mr. J. Singer.
Mra. J. Patteraon gave a kensington Fri
day afternoon in honor of Mra. Alexander
of Chicago, who Is visiting her daughter,
Mr. H. E. Patterson. Those present were:
Mrs. Alexander, Mm. Blish. Mrs. Curtis,
Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Hayward. Mrs. Hood,
Mrs. Lindsay. Mrs. Miller, Mr. H. Miller,
Mr. H. E. Patterson, Mr. W. C. Patter
aon, Mr. Rayley. Mrs. Kenner, Mrs. Sher-
ret, Mrs. Starr, Miss L. Patterson, Miss
Georgia Patterson and Miss C. Sherret
Complimentary for Missea Luella and
Ena Brach of Haatlngs. Neb., Miss Mary
Bedwell was hostess Friday at a perfectly
appointed luncheon. The table was
adorned with garden flowers and dainty
plate cards. Covers were laid for the
Misses Brach, Mrs. C. E. Bedwell. Miss
Zola Dellecker. Miss Faith Hoel, Miss Nel
lie Guild, Miss Read of San Francisco,
Mrs. Pancast. Miss Wirt, Miss Georgia
Patterson, Mlsa Llda Ashland and Ml
Mrs. Samuel Rees gave a luncheon on
Friday for Mrs. M. D. Howe of Washing
ton, L. C, formerly of Fulton. N. Y. Pur
pie and gold were the colors used in the
table decorations. Plate cards of Rocky
mountain landscapes done in water colors
marked the places of Mrs. Howe, Mrs
J. C Robert. Miss Jessie Hutchinson of
Washington, D. C, Mr. A. G. Edwards,
Mr. Melvin Redfleld. Mr. Clara BuTbank
Mr. J. Snell. Mis J. M. McKoon, Mix
Henrietta Reea and Mr. Rees. After
luncheon Miss Rees gave several piano
selections and Mr. A. G. Edward unit
several vocal selections.
Mrs. O. W. Perley was host en at a most
enjoyable lawn party Friday evening in
honor of her daughter. Miss Ieta. Musi?
and game afforded the amusement. Light
refreshments were served ea the i a.
which was effectively decorated with lan
terns, and In one corner under a large
Japanese umbrella Miss Nellie Wood pre
sided at the punch bowl. Those present
were: Miss Anna Hertsler. Miss Delia
Stlne. Miss MaMe Snyder. Miss Ruth
French. Miss Bessie Sage, Miss Leta Per
ley, Miss Kathryne Snook, Miss Laura
Campbell, Miss Alice Carey. Miss Ger
trude Carey, Miss Isabelle Trelll, Mlsa So
phia I.arson. Mr. Raymond Cornwall, Mr.
Edward Gesman, Mr. Robert Tabor, Mr.
Alvln Ruff. Dr. L W. Moreman. Mr. Oli
ver Campbell, Mr. William Larson and Mr.
Prominent among the week's pleasures
was the dance given Thursday evening by
Mrs. John G. Bourke for her daughters.
Miss Sarah and Miss Anna Bourke, at her
beautiful home on' Leavenworth street.
The rooms were brightly arranged with
sunflowers, while the large drawing rooms
were utilized for dancing. Supper was
served on the verandah, which was artis
tically lighted. Those present were Misses
Etta Beeman, Mary Morgan, Helen Dnvls,
Marlon Haller, Elisabeth Congdon, Alice
French, Isabelle French. 1 .a lira Montgom
ery. Amy Gilmore. Hilda Hammer, Mar
garet Wood, Caroline Barkalow, Bessie
Brady, Faith Potter, Jessie Barton, Lee
Comatock, Ixrralne Comstock. Dorothy
Rlngwalt. Katherlne Grable. Mary Alice
Rogers, Marion Connell, Hazel Connell,
Russell Cecil of Fort Crook, Marguerite
Prltchett, Mlllspaugh, Messrs. Ben Wood,
Royal Comstock, Robert Dinning, Doane
Powell, Robert Barkalow of Denver, Ijf
ferts of Council Bluffs, Fred Thomas, Wll
lard Butler, Herbert French, George Red
lck, Elmer Redlck, Ronald Paterson, Wil
son Austin, John Redlck. Paul Gallagher,
Ben Gallugher, George Van Brunt of Coun
cil Bluffs, Jack Baum, Richard Baum.
Junius Brown, Cedrlc Potter, Con Young,
Keogh.-Dcnlse Barkalow, George Prltchett,
Ray Dumont, Jack Dumont, Harry Dourly
and Mrs. George Mclntyre.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Butler gave a moat
successful dancing party Wednesday even
ing In honor of their niece, Miss Anna
Brown, and their son, Mr. Wlllard Bufler.
The Country club was decorated for the
occasion with garden flowers, while the
same trimmings adorned the small tables
where refreshments were served. The in
vited guests were Miss Marlon Connell,
Miss Mildred Merriam, Miss Warfleld. Miss
aura Congdon, Miss Natalie Merriam,
Miss Elizabeth Congdon, Miss Hazel Con
nell, Miss Isabelle French, Miss Alice
French, Miss Etta Beeman, Miss Dorothy
Morgan, Miss Marlon Hughes, Miss Caroline
Congdon, Miss Julia Hunt, Mis Amy Gil-
more, Miss Hilda Hammer, the Misses
Hlllis, Miss Sarah and Miss Anna Bourke,
Miss Llda Edmlston, Miss Adele McHugh,
Miss Ada KIrkendall, Miss Helen Davis,
Miss Jeannle Aycrlgg, Miss Rthel Lawrie,
Miss Frances Martin. Miss Myra Brecken
rldge, Miss Ruth Moorehead, Miss Mary
Alice Rogers, Miss Caroline Barkalow, Miss
Merriam Patterson, Miss Louise Peck, Miss
Pauline Mills, Miss Gladys Peters, Miss
Gladys Sutphen, Miss Laura Montgomery,
Mr. Junius Brown, Mr. Lee McShane, Mr.
Montrose Lee, Mr. Allen Ice, Mr. Frank
Shrlver, Mr. Gregory, Mr. Turner McAllis
ter, Mr. Cuthbert Potter, Mr. Cedric Pot
ter, Mr. Herbert French, Mr. Ben Wood,
Mr. Jack Dumont, Mr. Joy Sutphen, Mr.
Frank Hunt, Mr. Albert Bush, Mr. Ben
and Mr. Paul Gallagher. Mr. Chat Redlck,
Mr. WUroii Austin, Mr. Hugh and. Mr.
Gardner McWhorter, Mr. Frank Keogh,
Mr: Dick Coad, Mr. Tom Davis, Mr. Sam
and Mr. Denton Slaughter, Mr. John Red
lck, Mr. Denlse Barkalow, Mr. Stanley
Rosewater, Mr. Richard and Mr. Jack
Baum. Mr. Ed Creighton. Mr. Robert Din
ning. Mr. George and Mr. Elmer Redlck,
Mr. Lyman Peck and Mr. Robert Wilcox.
A few of the married people were present.
Including Rev. and Mr. Bell, Judge and
Mrs. Vlnsonhaler, Mrs. Gallagher, Mr. and
Mrt. Arthur Gulou, Judge and Mra. Redlck,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Congdon, Mr. and Mrs.
Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baum and
Mr. and Mrs. Cowglll.
The Brlnker 'Whist rlub will meet Friday
September 8. at-the club-rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Caldwell will give
a dance at the Country club Tuesday even
ing for their guest, Miss Ethel Davis of
In honor of Mrs. Chrlstlancy of New
York, Mrs. Robert Gilmore will entertain
next Tuesday at the Country dub.
Miss Nell Guild will entertain Informally
at cards Monday afternoon for her cousin.
Misa Mary Nell Read of San Francisco.
The Nebraska Ceramic club Is to be en
tertained Monday afternoon at 2 p. m. nt
the home M Mrs. Robert Wilson, 2,110 Capi
Miss Faith Hoel will give a kensington
Monday afternoon In honor of the Misses
Brach of Hastings, Neb., who are visiting
Mbs Zola Dellecker..
Kahl A Johnston.
Will display new fall millinery, muffs,
boas and fancy headgear on and after
Tuesday, Sept. 6. No cards.
Auspices Omaha Typographical Union No. 100
LABOR DAY ADDRESS BY
HON. W. J. BRYAN
Edward Roswatr and G. M. Hitchcock Will Also Spaak
SPEAKING BEGINS 1 O'CLOCK SHARP
A FINE PROGRAM OF SPORTS
Boating, Bathing, Bowling and Fishing
FANCY SWIMMING EXHIBITION BY JOS. HIRSCHBERG
SPECIAL TODAY AIID LABOR DAY
THE VENETIAN CARNIVAL
C. L. HEFFHER,
Timely Motion Plcturas.
Dase Dall and Many
A. C. KENNEDY ILL OF TYPHOID
Heal Folate Man Forced to rat hort
Westers Vacation Trip
Alfred C. Kennedy, brother of Judge
Howard Kennedy, is 111 of typhoid fevrr
at hi home. Two weeks ago Mr. Kennedy
started for a vacation trip to the far
west, expecting to be gone a month or
more. When he arrived at Denver he felt
somewhat 111, but went on to Salt Lake
City, thinking hi Indisposition would pass
off. At the capital of Utah Mr. Ken
nedy realized that he was a very sick
man. so he started back to his home city.
Arriving here one week ago local physi
cians told him ne had all the symptoms
of Incipient typhoid fever. Since then tho
sickness has developed and at present Mr.
Kennedy is a very sick rutin. A naturally
sound constitution, backed by good habits
Is the base oh which the attending doctors
are building their hopes of a fa vol able
Miss Dacy will show fall millinery on
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 6 and at
315 South Fifteenth street.
Kahl Jk Johnston.
Will display new fall millinery, muffs,
boas and fancy headgear on avid after
Tuesday, Sept. 6. No cards.
The Sherwood Muslo school, Fin Arts
Mr. Sherwood's methods of Instruction
are carried out by a competent corps of
teachers and the thoroughness of the train
ing given In this school has made It one of
the best known. In the middle west. Mr.
Sherwood has a reputation as one of the
great pianists, as well as an educator,
and his work at the head of the summer
school of music In Chautauqua has added
not a little to his fame..
The 8herwood Music school, by reason of
Its moderate size can look after the Indi
vidual interest of its pupils better than
conservatories of more unwelldy propor
tions. At the same time It Is completely
equipped and offers the best modern ad
vantage and methods In all departments
at moderate cost. Its unusually strong
faculty and Its thorough courses of Instruc
tion, besides Its superb location, make it
all that could be desired In an Ideal musle
school. The artistic results already
achieved by pupils will command the atten
tion of those students who contemplate
a course of study. Graduates of the school
already occuny many responsible positions
and the demand last year for pupils of this
school as teachers was In excess of the
number of those who cared to avail them
selves of the offers.
C. O. F. Dating.
The Catholic Order of Foresters will give
their annual outing at Krug Purk Wednes
day evening. Sept. 6. Races and contests
will take place in the afternoon, suitable
prizes having been offered for the occa
sion. The Lady Catholic Order of For
esters and all friends invited.
kelson Starts Home.
liONDON. Sept. 2. William R. Nelson of
Kansas City was among the passengers
who sailed for New York from here today
on the steamer Mlnnetonka.
Kahl A Johnston
Will display new fall millinery, muffs,
boas and fancy headgear on and after
Tuesday, Sept. 6. No cards.
Miss Dacy will show fall millinery on
Tuesday and Wednesday. Sept. 5 and 6, at
315 South Fifteenth street.
E. D. Keck, voice teacher; Miss Joy
Keck, assistant and teacher of piano.
Studio, Davldge bldg., IRth and Farnam.
Corlnne E. Paulson, Tiano, 418 McCagu.
Open September 1.
P I . I
AND CALEDONIAN1 GAMES
Monday, Labor Day
Sperla.1 train from Webster Street
Depot at 9 A. M. (Will stop at Flor
ence and Calhoun.) .
Tickets. Itonnd Trip and Admis
sion to Grounds, ft.
Children r to 12) hOc.
Trl-rity Rand and Clan Piper
. In Attendnnee.
Baseball Gnme and Tuk O' War.
Ticket from Secretary, 8:30 to 9, at I
DARE DEVIL FACKLER
Slid for Ufa.
CAN YOU READ
The smallest print t It spells the uame of the oldest Optical
house in Omaha.
The Columbian Optical Co. is the largest in the west; they
devote their entire time, capital and energy to the manufacture of
This concentration of effort has I mi. in the highest,
degree, as specialists in their line, until the n; : :e Columbian is a
recognized guarantee of excellence, and a mark of highest quality,
-when applied to Spectacles and Eyeglasses. "Good," "Better,"
"Best of All," represents the Evolutions through which they have
passed in reaching this pinnacle of the Optician's Art. Your
next order for glasses will be safe in the hands of
211 South 'Sixteenth Street
Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Salt Lake City, Dallas, Paris.
To High School Students.
As per arrangements with the board of
education we are now .taking measure
ments for cadet uniform suits.
Call and leave your measurement at once.
TVe are now prepared to clean carpets and rugs by the
latest and most approved methods used by all the leading
carpet cleaners in the east. We not only remove every
particle of dust and dirt, but our method brightens the color
and disinfects the goods at the same time. All work guar
anteed. "Work called for and delivered in any part of the
city. Try us.
Expert Cleaners and Dyers. 407 S. 15th St. Tel. 963.
P. S.Out of 2'oton Business
Receives Prompt Attention.
Write for Price List.
VINTON STREET PARK
Omaha Sioux City
Double header Sunday afternoon. Flrt
game railed at 2:30.
MONDAY, HKITEMBEU 4 (I4ABOB
DAY) TWO GAMES. First game
called at 2:30.
GAMES CALLED 3:45.
Leave foot of Douglas atreet every
afternoon at 2:16 for Florence, and
every evening at 8:16 for a 16-mile
Onn T,1S Bi Bridga Turn
NHH Magnificent River Scenery
wuu Waterworks it Florence.
MUSIC. FARE 25C. OAKCINS
MORAND'S ADULT CLASSES
LesHons Tuesday and Friday 8 1. M.
Tuesday, September 8th la the last
day of reduction. Indies' $4; Oentle
uien ". for a tirket itx for 12 It-aeons.
Call. Open all day. Sundays
2 to 5 p. in. Telephone 1041.
WANT DESIRABLE TENANTS?
AdterlU la TL Bee.
IS' - SUamgeBlfc
10c per Sq. Yard
Cc per running Yd
OMAHA'S POLITE RESORT
THB IEST Of THE SEASON,
A BALLOON RACE
etween 4 and . M.,
GEO. YOUNG VS. VE0. HUNTLEY.
AT NIGHT. 9 P. M.
ALL WEEK-TWICE DAILY,
Amerlee' Feremoet 0eretle epraaa.
Royal Canadian Band
Tomorrow, Labor Day
ORANO CELEBRATION AUSPICES
Ladies Socialistic Union
MRS. GEORGE YOUNG,
' 4eriM Bride, in i Peracbjte Jams
mi wnuixoAu r !
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