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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1003.
Home and otit-of-totvn piano buy
ers are crowding the A. Hospe Co.'a
1513 Donglng street mualo rooms
for the big gale In on and Pianos
and Orjtnns are Belling fast Prices
hare bwo store In to whrre profits
Ton wnnt a good Tlano. Tou
want a low price. You want easy
ternm. All these things are now
at your hands.
We LflVe over 100 Pianos to
select from. We con supply as
many duplicates as the trade de
mands. We have stocked up with Knabe
Pianos, Kranlch & Bnch Pianos,
Kimball rinnos, Cramer Pianos
and a great lot of fine Kimball and
These beautiful Instruments are
made in Spanish and fan Domingo
mahogany, in golden oak, In French
burl and American curly walnut,
as well as rosewood and bfrch.
Trices all cut In half on many,
one-third off on others and one
fourth off of the highest grade
Pianos ever placed on the market.
Just see what you can buy la an
up-to-date finely veneered Piano,
full slue, handsome finished plate,
3-pedul, 8-strtng Cabinet Upright
Grand Tlano, fresh from the fac
tory, for 145, (105, 183.
Then see the high grade Pianos
for 1:223, 275, $300 and $350.
Another line of the very highest
type of first class Pianos which
cost 1400 to' (500, la art cases.
Don't forget we accept (10 cash
and (5 per month. Our terms on
other grades are known to be the
lowest. You cannot miss It on
quality, for we have the best We
buy carloads for cash. We deduct
cost of the bot and Its freight, as
the factory pays the freight, and
you pay nothing for the boxing, as
we receive Pianos unboxed. A
great saving. It knocks competi
tion, for we undersell from (30 to H
. 1 At I 1 . i J H
emu unuri uarir iuwpsi prices.
. Fine Tlano Scarfs and Stools,
Pianos Tuned, Repaired, tlefinlsh
ed, Pianos Moved, Packed and
A. Hospe Co.
. 1613 Douglas St.
Ring. $5 to $500
at pi-teea so low that w. eon
tract to 1v back nine-tenths
f what you par ua at any
tlm within on year from
data of purchase.
. - . . .z j
Frank Oscar Newlean
Teacher of Singing.
Students ar assured
a ad control of ton.
Slidlo, 509-10 Kitbach Blk.
Wrlta for aampla eopy. Indexed guide
to trala time for Neb., la., B. L.. etc. J&o
TiiTELERi ovinia company.
tut Baa Bulkuna. Otiama.
SOCIETY AND THE BIG SHOW
Ak-far-Bei fall and lions Shaw Ira
Itxt in Lin.
MEN WORRY OYER WHAT TO WEAR
Dlapata aa Proper Garb la I.lkely
ta neat aa the Peraoaal ftqaa
tloa at the tiara
The Chaperoa Ipeaka.
Very limp and damp my (own and the aim
is iwatina; down.
And my bai t askew above my blistered
But at leant It's consolation end a bit of
To know my Iambi are gathered in one
oily. Amnryllle and the most ImprU'
Are seldom founn tos-ether In one Spot,
And the only relaxation In a chaperon's vo
cation la to get them all tog-ether on a yacht
Hence T sit here rlad, though paling, for 1
never carea tor lainni,
And I alwuvs hnri a horror nf the aea:
But at least the satisfaction of a little
Is a thins to be accebted thankfully.
And Dolly, Amnryllla and the most Impru
For once they bear my glance and tnur
And content Is o'er me steeling (though I'm
sure my noee Is peeling).
For I know they can't escape me on a
Theodosla Garrison In Life.
The Social t'alenadr.
MONDAT Mlna Potter's bridge party: Miss
Thomes' boa party; Wernher-Myera
Tt'KSDA v Wllco Wedrlltig.
WKDNKHHAY Campbell-Moody wedding.
THVR8DA Y Mrs. Henry W. Yates" tea.
FRIDAY Ak-8ar-Ben ball.
The time honored tradition that un
certainty and anxiety regarding what to
wear la strictly a feminine weakness, has
been exploded. The shoe Is on the other
foot just now and proud mart la In no end
of distress - ver what he ehall wear to the
horse show while the lady folks are looking
on With a good deal of satisfaction and
Interest. The person who says a man can
make no mistake In matters of dress If
he will just consult his tailor, simply
doesn't know what he Is talking about; the
fact la that even the well Informed have
disagreed and when that happens what
can be expected of the others? It would
almost seem that with the well defined
rules regarding men's clothes they should
have little trouble but the difference of
opinion seems 'o hinge upon merits of the
occasion rather than upon the clothes.
There are some of the strictly fashionable
who will compromise at nothing short of
the swallow tails and white vest while
others of the more democratic contend
that the tuxedo has as much place at the
horse show as at the theater. Remember
ing that not a few of the masculine rep
resentatives of the smart set had a way
of dropping in last year in whatever they
happened to have on, a lot more are in
sisting thpt unless they happen to have
box Seats, they will not recognize the full
dress rule, while eUU others are saying
little but haV quietly decided that their
best suit, no matter what Its cut hap
pens to be will have to do.
Invltatkins are out 'for the Coronation
Ball. They are really handsome affairs,
the engraved card commanding the pres
ence of the chosen at the Castle of Ak-Sar-Ben,
Friday evening, October , at 9
o'clock and besides the royal seal they
bear the royal coat of arms. The knights
and their ladlea are expected to find seats
down on the floor for there is assurance
that there will be ample room. And be
sides this royal command, there have been
about 100 other Invitations issued to out-of-town
Women and maids requesting them
to serve as women of the court, and ladles
and maids In waiting. Of course they
have acccepted but there will be fully two
thirds of that number from the near-by
cltiea and towns and It la said that the
list was carefully revised more than once
before the- cards were aent out. Besides
these there are at least an equal number
of the local society folks who will be of
the . Cast and fifteen young women es
pecially chosen as maids of honor to at
tend the queen and escort her to the throne.
There was a rehearsal of this ceremony last
Monday evening Out at the Den only, Of
course, the real queen was not there, or
at least, she did not rehearse in that capac
ity. The young women who have been
chosen for this honor thia year are: Misses
Mildred Lomax, Ada Klrkendall, Bessla
Brady, Marguerite Prlchett, Mary Lee Mc
Shane, . Margaret Wood, Faith Potter,
Phoeba Smith. Laura Congdon, Laura
Mongtomery, Viola Cahn, Gwendoline
White, Gertrude Morhead and Ethel
Tukey and Mildred Merriam.
It will be observed that there la an un
even number on the list and as this es
cort always walks two by two. Her Royal
Hlghneaa la one of the fifteen.
The week'a end table d'hote dinner and
hop at the Country club are over for the
Season and thla evening will aee the last
of the Sunday night auppera that la aa a
regular thing. Thla will practically close
the out-of-door season with the fashionables
for, by the time the carnival and the horse
show are over It will be time to be think-
SAME AS EVERY WOMAN
DOES WHO WANTS A COMM.
NATION OP STYLE, BEAUTY"
SOKOSIS WEARERS ARE
75 SHAPES FOR STREET
AND DRESS IN THIS EXCLU
SIVK SHOE FOR WOMEN .
203 Soutb 1 5th St.
mil wilcox, up.
Ing of thnee thtnga that make the mistress
tr a nne bouse swell with satisfaction and
her less fortunate friends, with envy. Con
sidering that yesterdny waa "positively the
laet" there was scarcely the entertaining
that one mlo-nt have expected trat there Is
always one gratifying feature of a email
crowd at the Country rluN It leaves room
tor the others to dance. The following en
tertained at dinner!
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed had as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wattles, Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall. Mr and Mrs.
J. R. Scoble, Mr. and Mrs. laaao Coles,
Mrs. E. M. nilrfleld and Mr. Clura.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. H Pnti .men. In. in
honor of Mrs. Wheeler of JaneavlUa, Wa.,
and Mrs. Blmpson of Sidney, Neb., their
other guesta being Mr. and Mrs. H. p.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge E. Prltfhett had
a party of nine. Mine Dlnsmora mrA xn.a
McDowell being the guesta of honor. The
party Included: Misa Dlnsmore, Miss Mc
Dowell, Miss Prltehett, Mr. Oerome Magee,
Mr. Frank Kenrh . Mr. Hns rumi x
Oeorge Prltehett and Mr. and Mrs. Prit-
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hull had the lrr..i
party of the evening entertaining twenty-
Among the othera Who entertained wr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. McKeen, Jr., Mr. W. B. Roberta. Mr.
Frank Wllhelm, Mr. Tom Davis and Mrs.
R. C. Burns
Ferhapa It'a because tKa hnree ihn h.
Ing the newer Is the more ahanrhin ,r-
haps the novelty has Worn off a bit, but
wnatever the reason, there Is not being as
much said about the Ak-Rar-Ren Kali thi.
year as one usually hears Of course no
way imagines ror a minute that society Is
not Interested In the hall nr that it n1
wlthold its presence on that occasion. Tha
fashionables may say they ars not going
and may not appear down on the floor hut
Ifa violets to aunflnwara tkit Ik... ..in
- ' -'". 1 1 . ' J nni UTJ
there and not In the spectators seats, either.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tukev and rmii
moved last week to their new resident of
3128 Chicago street.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Curtis and iHii.m
have given up their apartments at the
Madison and taken the house at 1121 Chi.
Mr. ahd Mrs. A. Aliee have arlvsn iin
their house on Park avenue and taken
apartments at M05 St. Mary's avenue for
Mr. Herman Kountze has e-ona to Wat.
kins Glenn, N. T.. where he will 1oln Mra
Kountxe, and they will go to New York
xo meet Mrs. Fred Nash, who la expected
back from Europe.
Miss Mary Rogers left Saturdav for N
York, Where she enters Mra. ftnnvllto'a
school, atopplng enroute at Trenton, N. J.,
where she will be a bridesmaid at the
wedding of Mr. Will Rogers on Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Morlartv have re
turned from Europe and have taken the
nouse or Mr. and Mrs. Preston Myers,
where they will be at home after tna
Mrs. Myers has gone east for an extended
visit witn her mother.
Mrs. William Aycrlaa- has returned from
New York, where she placed her daughter
in scnool and visited her former home
at Passaic. Mr. Aycritrar will leave tha
early part of the week for California for
an inaennlte stay. Mr. and Mrs. Aycrlgg
may decide to remove from Omaha, and
tneir departure will be regretted by many
Weddlnara and Engagements.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steven have an
nounced the engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Bertha Steven, to Mr. Thomas
Wright, the wedding to take place the,
last of October.
Mi, and Mrs. Julius Treltschke announce
the engagement of their daughter. Miss
Pearl Estelle, to Mr. Ort Albert Keysor
of Canal Dover. O., the wedding to take
place in November.
Invitations have been Issued by Mr. and
Mrs.. B. H. Robison for the marriage of
their daughter, Lillian Beatrice, to Mr.
James Farney of St. Louis, the wedding
to take place on the evening of October
10 at 2f4S Capitol avenue.
A quiet marriage of the week was that of
Mr. Jack Koertel of Lincoln to Miss Hattie
Dreiruss Friday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, 2043 Harney street. Owing
to the Illness of Mr. Drelfuss only imme
diate relatives and a few intimate friends
were present. Rabbi Cohn officiated.
An early wedding something in the nature
of a surprise Is that of Mr. Charles F.
Tuttle of Omaha and Miss Edith M. Tuttle
of New York City which is to be solemnized
Monday, October 9 at 8t. Mark's church In
New York City. Mr. Tuttle Is well known
as one of our popular lawyers who has
also figured In both society and politics
and hla bride la a charming young woman
distantly related In the same family.
Miss Agnes and Gertrude Lynch enter
tained about thirty friends Monday evening
at their home, 8803 Decatur street
Last Tuesday afternoon, Master James
Hodges entertained sixteen of hla little
friends, In honor of his fifth birthday.
Mra. C. J. Roberts entertained on Wednes
day and Friday at her home, Bonnie Blink,
Eckermann Place, In honor of her cousin,
Mrs. Howe, and her sister. Miss Jessie E.
Hutchison of Washington, D. C.
The members of the former Jahmel Ghecel
olub Java a matinee party at the Burwood
Saturday afternoon In honor of Miss Jean
Campbell. The party included: Misses
Campbell, Hallie Patterson. Mabel Higglns,
WOMAN'S WORK IN
The opening meeting of the fall of the
Woman's club wlll.be held Monday after
noon In the club rooms in the First Con
gregational church. There will be a meet
ing of the directory at 1:46 and the general
club meeting will open at 2:30. A number
of important matters will come up for the
consideration of the club, among them the
desirability of tha University of Chicago
extension lecture course. The president,
Mrs. Mary O. Andrews, will present her
recommendations for the year and some
mattera in connection with the musical de
partment will be discussed. As the dates
conflict with carnival week, a number of
the delegates elected to attend the conven
tion of the atate , federation to tie held at
Lincoln thla week will be unable to attend
and alternates will be appointed In their
stead. The list of representatives as elected
by the club last spring included: Mrs. An
drewa, Mra. T. R. Ward. Mrs. C. R. Glover.
Mra. Charlea Roaewater, Mra. W. H. Wil
bur, Mra. A. K. Gault, Misa Josle McHugh
and Mra. F. H 8tralght, aa delegatea; and
Mra. H. J. Penfold, Mra. Edward Johnson,
Mrs. Moorehead, Mrs. George TUden, Mra.
R. K. McKelvey, Mra. Thomaa Matthews
and Mra. Elliott, alternatea. Of theae four
will be unable to attend. The program of
tha afternoon will Include a whistling solo
by Mra. Josephine Allen Herkimer of Fte
mont, a vocal solo by Miss Nell Painter of
Colorado Springs and a vocal aolo bv Mr.
Tha foia-th annual meeting of the Ne
braska atate conference of Daughters of
the American Revolution will meet at Fair
bury, October U and 1. Aa all-day session
will be held the first day and a morning
aesslon the next. Delegatea will be met
and taken to the homo of Mra. Steele, Kg
Seventh street, where luncheon will b
served and a business meeting held. Other
entertainment will alao be furnUbed. Tha
Blanche Roeewater, Wanche ttowland
Mauds Keys, Lucy Taylor, Mable Stephens,
Mmes. Stuart, McDIarmld and George
A kitchen shower was given yesterday by
Mrs. A. C. Chase at her home. Zint Wirt
street. In honor of Mla Ada R. Wilcot
Mrs. Chaa being assisted by Mrs. O. W
Allen. These were present: Mesdames n.
8. Wilcox. C. H. Ballard, George B. Fldy
C. K. WeUer. Ed Wilcox, W. F. Tucket of
Denver, Claude Gillian, R. F. Nichols,
Misses Margacite Wilcox,. Francis osge oi
Mllford, Esther Carmen, Luella Hlne, fttui
Chase. The colors were pink, green and
Miss Marguerite Prltehett entertained In
formally at bridge Saturday afternoon for
her guests. Miss McDowell and MM Dlna
mnre. Four tables were used and tha
gueeta present were. Misses Dlnsmora,
McDowell, Brady, Klrkendall, Potter, Lo-
max, Mohler, Moorhead, Katherln Moor
head, Yates, Marie Coffman, Maura Cong
don, Phoebe Smith, Mmee. C. R. Day, Ben
Cotton, B. H. Scott, Barn Burna, Jr., W. T,
Bums, McCluny and Robinson.
Miss Edith Thomas will give a box party
at the Burwood Monday.
Mis Faith Potter will entertain In
formally at bridge Monday in compliment
to Miss Dlnsmore and Miss McDowell. .
Mrs, Henry W. Yatea will give a tea
Thuraday afternoon from I to I o'clock
for her daughter, Mrs. Edward C. Smith
of St. Joseph.
Come) aad Go Gossip.
Miss Ida Levi will leave Monday for ben
Miss Janet Chambers left last week for
her school in Boston,
Mra. Maude "Wallace is home from a two
weeks' visit In Peoria, III,
Mr. Harry L. Vaughan hag returned from
Atlantic City and the east.
Mrs. h. ROsenstock Is entertaining Miss
Btella Maaa of Sterling, 111.
Miss Ofa Cook of Shelby, Is., IS the guest
of Mr. and Mra. R. W. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Howell returned
Saturday from their wedding trip.
. Miss Annabel Edwards arrived Friday
from a delightful trip to Portland.
Mrs. Victor B, Caldwell Is expected horns
from New York the last of this week.
Miss May Mahoney leaves Sunday to
enter Derham Hall at St. Paul, Minn.
Miss Margaret Swift and Mrs. C. B. Dug
dale have returned from a visit In Montana.
Miss Rebecca Kats of Baltimore is tha
guest of her Sister, Mrs. Victor Roeewater.
Mrs. Lillian Jacobs IS expected In Omaha
soon to be the guest Of Miss Carlta Curtis.
Mrs. E. H. Palmer Is In New York visit
ing her daughter, Mr. Herman D. Kountze.
Mrs. Homer Hursh of Lincoln is the
guest of Misa Frances Downey for the
MiBS Ethel Baker of Qulncy, 111., Is spend
ing a few days the guest of Mrs. R. E.
Mrs. 8. Eisemah of St. Louis Is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. H. Newman of 1314 Park
Mrs. Frank Khight and small daughter, of
Dallas, Texas, are guests of Mrs. C. K.
Miss Florence Hexter of Grand Island Is
the guest of the Misses Levi and Miss
Miss Hazel Connect leaves Sunday for
New York, where she will enter Miss Ben
Mrs. William Myers, who has been the
guest of Mrs. W. B. Meikle, left yesterday
Miss Alice Talt Of Springfield, Mass., la
expected this week to be the guest of Miss
Mrs. Louis Bradford arrived from Pine
Point, Me., Wednesday and Is the guest of
Mrs. J. A. Munro.
Mri. Brlnker Is expected In Omaha soon
for a brief visit and expeots to spend the
winter in St. Louis. . '
Miss Ella May Brown, who has spent the
summer In Portland and Colorado, is ex
pected home today.
Miss Fay Twamley leaves today for Na
tional Park seminary, Washington, D. C,
to enter the senior year.
Misa Gorton, who haa been the guest of
Mra. A. J. Love, returned to her home In
Buffalo, N. T., Wednesday.
Mrs. R. W. Poerll of SL Joseph will be
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Ham
mer during the horse show.
Mrs. John A. Dempster is at home, after
an absence of two months spent In the
Black Hills with her husband.'
Mi's. Charles Powell and baby lert
Wednesday for Stockton, Kan., where they
will Join Mr. Powell, who Is In business
Rev. L. H. Davis and wife of Earlville.
111., are the guests of their cousin, Mrs. J.
A. Dempster, at Hi North Twenty-fifth
Mrs. R. 8. Anglln has returned from
Utlca, N. Y., where she haa spent the sum
mer. She waa accompanied by her mother,
Mra. M'S. Roberta.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Whltchorn have re
turned from an extended trip to the Pacific
coast, including Los Angeles, San Fran
cisco and Portland.
ReV. D. H. Fouse of Denver, who haa
been attending the aynod at Sioux City, la
spending the week with Mr. and Mra. J. R.
Duncan of 2775 Burt street.
Mr. and Mra. Thomaa Kllpatrick re
turned Friday from the Adlrondacks. Misa
Kllpatrick Is spending a fortnight in New
York before returning home.
Mrs. W. G. Shriver and daughter Mabel
returned last evening from a very pleasant
eight weeks' visit In tha mountains of
(Continued on Seventh Page.)
CLUB AND CHARITY
stand of colors to be presented to the bat
tleship Nebraska by the state Daughters
of the American Revolution will be dis
played at the courthouse, where a recep
tion will be held, followed by a banquet.
Chapter regenta will kindly make report of
diaper work. It should be remembered
that tha Nebraska conference la not a dele
gate body and every daughter haa a vote
In the proceedings.
The art department of the Woman's club
will hold a preliminary meeting In the
club rooms Thursday morning, October i,
at 10:20 o'clock. Mra. A. W. Jefferia. the
October leader, will preside and she and
Mrs. H. W. Pen nock and Mrs. A. M. Law
rle will explain the plan of the year'a work
and prepare for the study of early Italian
art by some Introductory work upon Greek
and Roman painting and the beginning of
Christian art. Outllnee for the year may
be obtained at thla meeting and all friends
of the department are cordially invited to
Tt: literature department of the Omaha
Woman's club has iaaued announcements
of Ita program for the coming club year.
Hawthorne, Louisa M. Alcott, Holmea, Ir
ving, Thoreau and Emerson are tha au
thors to be taken up, one meeting to be
given to each. The meetings will be held
Friday morning, the alternate week of the
club, at 10:20, October 14 to be the open
Mr. F. H. Cole haa been Invited to be the
guest of the convention of the Woman'a
auxiliary t6 the National Association of
Railway Postal Clerks at Cincinnati and
aa the datea conflict with those of tha Ne
braska Federation meeting, ahe ran not
attend the Utter. Mrs. Cola waa for aouia
time president Of tba auxiliary
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The Largest Optical House
Exhibit of Autumn and Winter Styles
Developed to the Point oExtre??te Excellence.
The growing demand for comof, moderately priced millinery will he. more than $atiJlei by thi rich and
varied thawing now ready for the inspection of our patrons. Specially priced at $5 to $10.
Mlbb KILE Y, 204-5 Brown Block
My show windows and see th" many
new beautiful articles I am showing
In the Jewelry line. Remember I sell
for either CASH or CREDIT.
Why not buy a diamond or a watch
and pay for It . while you wear It.
Think It over.
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TA Leading itwtler Open Evenings
be 1h a wise girl who Is
known by, the company she de
rltnoa to kwp. He la a wise
youug man who la known by
the clothing he won't wenr.
Made-to-nieHsure rlothliiK glvea
a -young niun a im'ohiktous ap
pearance. A prosiHtroua appear
ance attracts rroserlty. Indi
viduality In clothing empha
sises the young man's Individu
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$33 uiade-to-ineasure Cutaway
Suits and Overcoats, $20 to $45.
Trousers and Vests. $5 to $12.
Open Evenings Until 9 o'clock.
804- 8. Mth Bt. Nest Door to
Wabash Ticket Office. Phone 1&0&
Mr. & Mrs. Morand's
Classes In Dancing and
are now open. Tot terms sad particulars
see our aa among Uie amuaeuaaU.
in the West
Have one of the Jinest
In the West. Only the best men
Reception and evening gowns. Also high
class Novelties in Belts, Hair Ornaments, Veils,
Buckles Etc., Etc.
205 Paxton Building:
F. M. Schadell & Co.
1522 Douglas Street
Specials for Ak-'Sar-Beu Week
$3.00 Street Hats ...$2.00
$4.00 Street Hats '. $3.00
A Special for $100
Ilnndreds of Pattern hats from $5.00 to $10.00. Prices
as low as the loweet
Hair Switches, from $1.00 to $10.00,
Indoor Card Games
BrldQC Whist, High Fivo, FJvo Hundred
Bridge Scores, Tally Carde, Dioner Cards, Largest Line
of Playing Cards in the city.
POST CARDS. POST CARD ALBUMS
m. BERGMAN JEWELRY F
mwRitr3ri HMI'111 J IS 3atwiiouv
asking. We carry in stock
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f BOOK AND PAPER SHOP
South 15th Street.
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