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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER .. 100o.
SOCIETY IN RESTFUL MOOD
(alendir fjr Coming Wk ii Blink and
Fntart Holds Liuli.
HALLOWE'EN AFFORDS SOME EXCUSE
Wrrk Jnil Closed Marked by a
nmber of Pleasant Affaire
and Eajoyable Ini-prompta.
The archery maid with a smile in her ee
Looked at the man and with a aoft sla-h.
'I'lesse string It for me," she whispered
"For I haven't the heart to 'string my own
-M. G. S.
The long list of Hallowe'en frolic, of ex
clusive little luncheons and or weddings,
and all the things preliminary to them, thit
made last week look so promising, proved a
false alarm after all. and this week's cal
endar Indicates that society will have no
need of its busy -day sign for a while yet
at least not this week.
The announcement of a series of dances
planned bjr a quartet of young men Is by far
the most promising bit of good news that
has come to the waiting fashionables thla
fall. To be sure, four dancing parties dis
tributed through a wrlnter fall a long way
hort of providing for a season, but they
wfll at least start something and the cheer
ful ones can not lose sight of the leavening
Influence of four such functions as these
promise to be.
Omaha women are making quite an envln
ble record as athletes and on several oc
casions have represented Omaha with honor
In contests hold away from home. The
tendencies of the age are to build up the
women and where formerly the short,
sweet girls were looked upon with the most
favor, times have changed and the taller,
athletic sister is now regarded as the bet
ter type snd all strive to get In that class.
torc women ere engaging In athletics than
ever before, and are taking up many forms
cf exrrclso formerly looked upon ns be
longing exclusively to the men. Muny
more played golf this season In Omaha than
In any previous year and the number who
bowled was quadrupled during the past sea
son. A swimming instructor was engaged
at the Racguet club and many of the
women learned this useful and healthful
exeri-ise In the year .lust past. Horseback
riding hss been taken up by more than
ever before, especially In the younger set,
Snd quite n few recruits were added to the
list of tennis players. Miss Kimball Is en
titled to great credit for keeping alive the
Interest in golf among the women at the
Country club during the last season by her
generosity In presenting the silver pitcher
bs a trophy for the best woman golfer,
snd It Is hoped by nil that someone will
emulate the example set by Miss Kimball
and do likewise next season. Home stimu
lant like this Is good to keep up the Inter
est. The pri7.es for October were won by
Mis. Hedlck and Mrs. Sprague.
Hswes at Twenty-fourth and St. Mary's
avenue for the present.
Mr snd Mr, f. N. Pletx landed at New
Tork last week and are expected In Omaha
Mrs. flcorae ostium will entertain Frl-d.-Jy
In celebration of cr daughter. Miss
lr. ami Mrs J. S Alexander will spend
November with Mr. and Mrs. B. T. White
at l'V South Thirty-second avenue.
Mr. I,uther Kountie. who Is convalescing
from a recent Illness, will go to Keystone
ranch to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Will rax ton for a few weeks. Mrs. iiountse
If there Is any thing In the charm Ihut
tradition ascribes to the bride's garter,
one of last week's bride certainly did
her share during the ceremony and then
distributed them among her maids and
other girl friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kloke and daughter
of West Point, Neb., have come to Omaha
to make their home and have taken npart
ments at the Madison for the present. Miss
Kloke bus been the guest of Mr. und Mrs.
W. E. Clark for several weeks.
A son, Hurton Fast Lee, was born to
Lieutenant and Mrs. George M. Lee, Sev
enth cavalry, 1. S. A., at Camp McGrath,
Batangas. P. I. Lieutenant Lee Is a son
of General Fitzhugh Lee and Mrs. Lee the
daughter of Qene-al O. H. Burfon.
The Tuesday Music-ale which has proven
so popular for the past three seasons, Will
hold Its first meeting of the fall Tuesday
morning of this week at 10:30 at the home
of Mrs. K. A. Cudahy. It will be a cham
ber music program and Miss Corlnne
Paulson will act as leader.
Miss Llllls Cmmmer has given up her
contemplated trip to the Pacific coast and
will spend the winter with Mrs. F. H.
Cole. Miss Crummer returned from St.
Louis last Saturday, having gone there to
deliver an address on missions upon In
vitation of the Episcopal bishops of Mis
souri. Mrs. M. B. Davenport, accompanied by
her children and mother. Mrs. Scofleld, will
leave Wednesday for California to spend
the winter there. They will be ac
companied to Los Angeles by Mrs. W. I.
Stephen and her son, Mr. Ralph Stephen,
who will make an extended tour of the
Mrs. David Raum was called to her for
mer home at Newton, N. J., Inst wek by
a message announcing the serious illness
of her sister, Miss Emily Van F.ickle.
Wednesday morning word was recnived of
Miss Van Sickle's death, which resulted
from cold contracted In London a few
Mrs. Charles It. Byrne left Omsha Tues
day for San Francisco, from where she will
sail November R on the transport Phirman
for Manila to Join her husband, Colonel
Byrne, and her daughters, who preceded
her there several months ago. Mrs. Byrne
will be accompanied by her sons Francis
Mr. Tom Davis. Mr. I-ou Clark, Mr.
Walter Roberts and Mr. Rob Burns have
arranged for a series of four dances to
be given this winter at Chambers. About
i sixty men have been asked to contribute
to the affair and the following dates have
been selected: November 27, a dance;
January 1. s cotillion; January 14, a bal
poudre, and February 14, a cotillion.
Members of the younger society set and
also some of the older members are anx
iously awaiting for the skating season to
open, as many parties are planned even
this far ahead. Iast season was given
more to skating than any previous season
In the history of Omaha, both Ice and
roller, and many Inquiries are dally made
regarding the opening of the Auditorium
for the winter's skating. As soon as the
Implement show Is over and the new floor
can be placed the big building erected by
the people and for the people will he given
over to roller skating between other at
tractions. The date of the opening is No
vember 18. Many of the society women
of the city took up roller skating as an
exercise last winter and were quite per
sistent In the exercise, for the good which
It would do.
Opening Ball at Metropolitan Yloh.
Metropolitan hall presented a scene of
gaiety Saturday night, the occasion being
the opening ball of the Metropolitan club.
Fair women and brave men gathered to do
homage to Terpsichore In the Initial dance
of a series which will be given by this
popular club during the winter months.
The Metropolitan club has always been
very popular, and this season twenty new
members have been taken In from the
younger set, which will add life to the
The club bad been especially prepared
for the event; a canopy was hung to the
curb and a few modest decorations helped
to give color to the scene of beauty and
revelry whlrh was presented when the
atart was made with a grand march. Tn
srlte of the pouring rain, about s?xty
flve couples were present to help make the
first ball a success.
Concealed behind a bank of palms on the
stage Dlmmick'a full orchestra played a
fine accompaniment to the duncers while
they tripped the light fantastic through a
program of thirteen numbers. The music
was principally airs from the latest operas,
this class of music being most popular
with the dancers. "Babes In Toyland,"
"The Sho-Oun," "King Dodo" and other
favorites belns called forth.
Shortly after midnight the dancers rested
while they did Justice to a twelve-course
supper which the caterer had prepared.
The supper was prepared up to the stand
ard set by the Metropolitan club on pre
vious occasions and was an enjoyable part
of the evening's entertainment.
The dance was voted a great success
by all present and It was the consensus
of opinion that it augured well for future
balls tn be given during the winter under
the auspices of the club, which is tn a most
flourishing condition. The officers are
Julius Meyer, president; L. Heller, vice
president; A. Mandelberg. secretary;
Morltx Meyer, treasurer, and George Sellg
aohn, stage director and chairman of the
entertainment committee. The board of
directors consists of If. Newman. Charles
Klrschbraun, H. May, J. Drelfus. Ale
Moses,' J. Klein and N. A. Splesberger.
Mrs. George E. Barker and Mrs. Charles
W. Martin entertained at bridge luncheon
Saturday at the home of Mra. Barker.
Theie were six tables.
Mrs. Francis Brogan, who will spend the
winter In California, was the guest of
honor at a number of luncheons and small
affairs last week, previous to her departure
for Kansas, where she will Join her mother.
Mrs. R. R. Rlngwalt and Mrs. W. 8.
Robinson gave a charming tea Saturday
afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Rlngwalt.
complimentary to Mrs. Joseph Oarneau of
New York, who Is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. John R. Rlngwalt.
In celebration of the birthday of her
mother, Mrs. Ijitham. Mrs. Emery
Thompson of 4708 North Thirty-ninth
street planned a very enjoyable surprise
Monday afternoon. There were about
twenty guests present.
The members of the Epworth league of
McCabe Methodist church were guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Etrom.
at Forty-fourth and Farnani streets, last
Davis, Nancy Michel. Grace Mlckel. Agnes
Friday, Maude Mlckel. llaxel Scb.icfer.
Messrs. Charles Plrkett. R. N. Jennings.
Cecil Owen. Archie Lemon. W. F. Harri
son. Clyde Mlckel.
Mr. W. 3. Connell was hostess of one
of the smartest luncheons of the week.
Thursday, when she entertained In com
pliment to Mrs. New of Indianapolis, who
Is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. William
R. McKeen. Covers were laid for Mes
dames New. McKeen. F. P. Kirkeudall,
OallaKher. Kcotfh of Salt like. llogan.
(3. W. Wattles, John L. Webster. Wlnt,
Zalinski, Squires, George Paterson, How
ard Wllhelm. Dickey, Scoble. I'olpetxer, J.
W. Bami and E A. Cudahy.
A Hallowe'en surprise party was given
It Mrs. Ada Mustaln, the occasion being
her 6nth birthday. The guests arrived in
sheets and pillow slips, carrying Jack-o'-lanterns.
Mrs. Mustaln received many use
ful and pretty presents. After refresh
ments were Ferved music was furnished
by Mr. White and Mr. Simpson. The
guists were: Mesdames Lane. Boehmer,
Smith, BrSdley, Kcaton; Misses Myrtle
Iane, Augusta Smith. McCauley, Ilaney,
Newman. Fenton; Mesrs. Simpson and
One of the most unique affairs that has
yet been given at the high school was the
Hallowe'en party given by the Margaret
Fuller society Friday afternoon, under the
direction of a committee consisting of Mrs.
Atkinson, Misses Bess Gould, Elizabeth
Sweet, Frances Thompson. Margaret Riggs.
Ruth Toder and lone Bellamy. The win
dows of ona of the class rooms were dark
ened and the room lighted by alcohol
flames, and when the company had as
sembled the society president, Miss Anna
McCague, and the secretary, Miss Alice
MeCulIough, were escorted to their places
by ushers In phantom garb. A program
of original verses snd prophesies was pre
sented by witches and then each member
was permitted to draw her fortune of
her future from a pumpkin shell. At first
tnese sermed blank papers, but after belnr
burned the fortune was revealed Inscribed
on the charred remnant.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman SchaefTer of lisot
Poppleton avenue were surprised on Fri
day evening, October 27, by a large party,
who took this means of reminding them
of their twentieth anniversary. The crowd
met at a convenient place and at an order
from the leader marched to the house,
gained admittance, decorated the rooms
with smllax and made themselves at home
before any of the occupants, who were up
stairs, were aware. A' general good time
followed. Games and music were the or
der of the evening. Messrs. Forkel snd
Kleffman rendered several zither selection
and Mr. Landstrom demonstrated his abil
ity as a singer of "coon" songs. Refresh
ments were served, after which Mr.
Freltag, with sn appropriate speech, pre
sented Mr. and Mrs. Schaeffer a hand
some hand painted luncheon set. a Joint
gift from those present. The party broke
up at a late hour, all having had a Jolly
time. Those present were: Messrs. and
Mesdames Cottln. John Harte. Henry
Harte. T-andstrom, Shull, Smith, Kleffman,
Olson. Kocher, Sautter, Raab, O. Rodzen
vlte, Freitag. Martin Jettcr, Iteffliiiger,
Frankfurt, Hoar; Messrs. E. Forkel. Ezra
Swanson, William Frankfort, E. Frank
fort, William Sellner, O. M. Forkel; Misses
Rogeson, Lottie Carmen. Edith Frankfort.
Christine Osar. L. Forkel. L. E. Schaeffer.
Martha Schaeffer, E. Forkel, Sophie Sellner.
of Captain and Mrs. Nesmlth
Mrs. Mary E. Srrstlln and Miss Ppratlin
are now In Boston, and upon their return j
to Boston will 1c the guests of Mr. and
Mr, lsmdon Charlton.
BALDUFF IS BRANCHING OUT
With ntker Omaha Men Will Start a
hnlesale Candy Business
Weddings and FlnaBgemen ts.
The wedding of Miss Anne Curry to Mr.
Paul Buckingham will take place Novem
The wedding of Miss Nora Casey and Mr.
Hamilton Judson of Kansas City will t.ke
place Wednesday, November 12, at St. Bar
The marrisga of Miss' Marguerite PrlS
ehett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Prltchett, to Mr. John L. Kennedy will
take place Wednesday, November 21. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Prltchett.
The marriage of Mrs. Jennie Hortenr"
Tuttle and Mr. Amory Davis Walnwright
was solemnized Wednesday evening, Octo
ber 26, at the home of the sister of the
bride, Mrs. J. E. Butler at Seattle. Wash.
Only a few close friends were present a
the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Walnwrlght
leaving at once for a wedding Journey, to
be at home after January 1 at 2.14 Twelfth
SIEMSSEN INTOJEAL ESTATE
Omaha Aarnt for the chltts Ifrewlnar
ompnny Succeeded by Otto
After fourteen years as agent for the
Schlitz Brewing company in different places
Otto Slein.'sen who has been the agent
here, s retlrlrg. His place will be filled by
Otto a. J.Clchhorst, who was promoted from
the head of the Loulsvlltf., Ky.. branch. He
will take charge at Omaha at once.
Mr. Slemssen Is going into the real estate
business with Charles Mueller, who is a son
of Fritz Mueller. In addition to a general
business the firm will look after all the
real estate and rentals of the Schlitz com
pany in this city, which Is In itself a large
MEDLAR BUILDING GOES HIGHER
evr Strneture on South Fourteenth
Is to He Four Stories In
The I. A. Medlar company, publishers of
the Hotel Reporter, has decided to add an
other story to the new building recently
started on South Fourteeenth. This will
make it practically four stories, having a
high basement. This move was brought
about on account of the demand for room,
the Jubilee Manufacturing company having
taken a five-year lease on the second floor
and half of the first for the manufacture
of a patent self-heating sad Iron. The fact
that the building was rented when scarcely
started is a pointer for real estate owners.
evening. There were nhout fifty present j av,nu,. North, Seattle. Mrs. Walnwrlght
Social Cblt-t bat.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Lewis expect to oc
cupy their new home about the lust of this
Mrs. Martha Heth returned Wednesday
from Colorado Springs and is with Mrs.
and a program of readings aii(J music, con
tributed to an altogether enjoyable even
ing. In honor of the fourteenth birthday anni
versary of her daughter, Gladys E, Mrs.
I. Thompson of 2P24 North Sixteenth street
gave a birthday party last Wednesday
evening. Forty guests were present and
enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Miss Marie
Suowden entertained on the banjo. Prizes
Miss Anne Curry was the guest of honor
at a handkerchief shower luncheon Satur
day, given at the home of Miss Pearl Rock
fellow. The other guests were Mrs. W1I
Pam Peters. Misses Helen Brandeis, Ruth
and Sally Beard. Florence Deverill, Sadie
Chapman, Alice Snell, Edith Hlgglns, Alice
Townsend. Theressa Keys and Helen Badl-
For Mr. , Francis Brogan, Mrs. E. V.
Lewis entertained nt luncheon at the Omaha
club Thursday. A violet centerpiece and
violets at the place of each guest consti
tuted a charming table decoration and the
guests were Mrs. Brogan, Mrs. Wilson
Lowe, Mrs. E. H. Sprague, Mrs. H. H.
Baldiige, Miss Carita Curtis and Miss
In celebration of her fourteenth birthday.
Miss Gladys Thompson, daughter of Mr.
snd Mrs. R. A. Thompson, entertained
about forty young friends Wednesday even
ing between 7:30 and 10 o'clock at her home,
20'.'4 Sherman avenue. An altogether de
. llghtful evening was spent at games and
I the cutting of the birthday cake with Its
i hidden thimble and buttons was a feature
of the evening.
A costume Hallowe'en party was given
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Muenteferlng. 622 South Nine
teenth street, In honor of Mr. Charles D.
Blrkett. Music, dancing and games con
tributed to a very enjoyable evening, prizes
being won by Mrs. T. E. Mlckel and Mr.
W. F. Harrison for the best costumes.
Miss Nancy Mlckel for the prettiest and
Mr. Charles D. Birkett foe the most comic
costume. Mrs. Joseph Drlesbach and Mr.
H. F. Schuefer for the most ridiculous
costumes. The guests Included Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Mlckel. Mrs. Joseph Drlesbach. Misses Dolly
Manufactories are coming fast to
Omaha, but the latest to be announced is !
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S. Bnlduff. who has maintained his cater
ing and manufacturing establishment on
Fiirmim street for years, lias decided to
enter more largely Into the wholesale
candy Held. To that end he has formed
a corporation known as the Balduff Pure
Candy company, which will be entirely
separate from the old Institution. Several
Omaha men will be inte-rstod with Mr.
Balduff In this new enterprise, which will
b quite an addition to the manufacturing
ivnter of Omaha.
The factory will be at 1114-1110 Famam
street and will engage in the manufacture
of superfine confections. Traveling men
will be put on the road and a large force
put to work tight from the opening, the
date of which will be January 1.
In speaking of the matter, Mr. Balduff
"My old place was wholly inadequate for
the manufacture of candles In sufficient
quantities to make an extensive wholesale
business pay, so with some associates I
decided to enter the wholesale field and to
open a new factory. The machinery will
be of the newest pattern and everything
will b new and first class. I have had
a few men on the road from my old estab
lishment, but the wholesale end will be
turned over to the Balduff Pure Candy
The shape-holding feature
of Sorosis is a quality pos
sessed by Sorosis almost ex
clusively. They Do Not Stretch
The price of other makes
is often more, as you know,
but the shape-holding qual
ity of Sorosis is generally
A souvenir given to every
boy or girl fitted here.
was formerly Mrs. Thomns F. Tuttle of
Omaha and has many friends here.
A quiet wedding was solemnised Friday
evening at the home of Mr. end Mrs. C. If.
King, nt Thirty-second and Wool worth
avenue, that of their son, Mr. Charles
King and Miss Jessica Tillotson. Rev. T. .1.
Mackay officiated. Miss Tillotson was pass
ing through the city en route to her home
In the east and had been a guest at the
home of her fiance for a few days, when
they decided to be married at once. Only a
few friends and the members of the family
were present at the ceremony, which took
place at 7:30 o'clock. The rooms were hand
somely trimmed with chrysanthemums and
a wedding supper followed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. King have gone east for their
bridal trip and will return to make their
home In Omaha.
The announcement has been made In At
lanta, Ga., of the engagement of Mirs
Mary I-ognn, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
James L. Logan, and Mr. Cay McCall of
Jacksonville, Fla., the wedding to take
place November 22 at the home of Mr. and
Mra. Logan on Courtland street In Atlanta.
The Atlanta Constitution says: "Miss Ixipan
hns been a, resident of Atlanta only two
years, hut during that time her Individual
beauty has won her much admiration, and
the charm of a gracious personality hns
made for her a cordial acquaintance. Me.
McCall is popular In the social and club
life of Jacksonville, where his adopted
parents. Mr. and Mr. Raymond Cay, are
well known among the wealthy and prom
inent element of Jacksonville people." Mr.
and Mrs. Logan formerly resided tn Omahs.
and Miss Logan is widely known among
the younger set here, with whom she was
NORTH STAR BRAND
The durability of fur garment depend
largely upon the freshness of the duns, and
the inside construction. We buy only the
best si ins from first hands, and pay particular
attention to inside construction, interlining and
staying by hand. Our garments are made
in the best styles, and Tit properly.
The Lanpher Libel is your guarantee.
Lanpher, Skinner & Co.
St. PauL Minnesota
II r amW aaa sal esirr oaf Sat, wnM at tad w nl
Come and no Gossip.
Mrs. G. V. Iloobler la visiting in Chi
Mrs. E. II. Sprague has gone to Chicago
for a visit of several weeks.
Mr. John J. Wood of Oecatur. III.. Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Bond.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Meyer have gone for
a two week a visit to west uaaen, ina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cook of Shelby, la.,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moore.
Mrs. Arthur Gulou has gone to Chicago
for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Helm
Miss Mabel Balcombe is expected home
today from a stay of several months In
Misses Lou Stafford and Johanna
Getxschman are spending Sunday In Lin
Mrs. IJlllan Jacobs of Chicago Is ex
pected Monday to be the guest of Miss
Mrs. C. K. Martin arrived from Chicago
Friday and Is the guest of her son. Mr
W. E. MarUn.
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Peek are back
from Colorado Springs, where they spent
about six weeks.
Mrs. Louis Bradford, who has been Mrs.
John Munro's guest for several weeks,
will return to Boston Monday.
Mrs. Joseph Uarneau of .New tork ar
rived Tuesday, to be the guest of her sister,
Mrs. John R. Rlngwalt. for a fortnight.
Miss Sharp and Mian Ida Sharp, who
have been spending a fortnight at Battle
Creek, Mich., are expected home this week
Miss Greeley, daughter of General Gree
What Sulphur Does
For the Human Itody in Health and
The mention of sulphur will recall to
many of us the early days, when our
mothers and grandmothers gave us out
dally duse of sulphur and molasses every
spring and fall.
It was the universal spring and fall
"blood purifier," tonic and cure-all, and,
mind you, this old-fashioned remedy was
not without merit.
The idea was good, but the remedy was
crude and unpalatable, and a large quan
tity had to bo taken to get any effect.
Nowadays we get all the benenclal ef.
iecis oi suipour in a paiaiaDie, concen
trated form, so that a single grain is far
more effective than m tablespoonf ul of the
la recent years research and experiment
have proven that the best sulphur fot
medicinal use Is that obtained from Cal
cium (Calcium Sulphide), and Bold in drug
stores under the name of Stuart's Calcium
Wafers. They are small, chocolate-coated
pellets and contain the active medicinal
principle of sulphur in a highly concen
trated, effective formv
Few people are aware of the value of this
form of sulphur In restoring and main
taining bodily vigor and health; aulphur
acts directly on the liver and excretory
organs and purines and enriches the olood
by the prompt elimination of waste material.
Our grandmothers knew this when they
dosed us with sulphur and molasses every
pring and fall, Dut the crudity and im
purity of ordinary flowers of sulphur were
often worse than the disease and cannot
compare with the modern concentrated
reparations of sulphur, of which Stuart's
Calcium Wafers Is undoubtedly the best
and most widely used.
They are the natural antidote for liver
and kidney troubles and cure constipation
and purify the blood in a way that often
surprises patient and physician alike.
Dr. R. M. Wilkins, while experiinemliiB
with sulphur remedies, soon found (hut the!
sulphur from Calcium was superior to any
other form. He says: "For liver, kidney
und blood troubles, especially when re
sulting from constipation or malaria, 1
have been surprised at the retsults ob
tained from Stuart's Calcium Wafers. in
patients Buffering Iroin bolls and pimples
and even deep-seated carbuncles 1 have
repeatedly seen them dry up and disappear
in four or five days, leaving the skin clear
and smooth. Alt'.iuush Stuarts Calcium
Wafers is a proprietary article, and sold
by drustists, and for that reason tabooed
by many physicians, yet I know of nothluj
o safe ami reliable for cons'.lpatlon, livtr
and kidney troubles, ana especially in all
forms of skin disease, as this remedy."
At any rate, people who are tired of
pills, cathartics and so-cauea mooa -puri
fiers will find in aiuari s tuicium vaiei
far safer, more palatable and effective
Made of the fluent KelecTefl Karley
and Imported Bohemian hops.
Sorosis Shoe Store 1
203 S. 15th Street. H
Frank Wilcox, fljrr. H
We show Monday an entirely
New Line of
The models are entirely new
and will bo shown exclusively in
Omaha at Scofield's. The ma
terials used are Broadcloths of
the finest weave, in popular shades
decreed by fashion.
Those who admire artistic tai
loring should not fail to see these
Suits which will be sold at about
half the prices nRUed for maile-to-order
Suits of tho same class.
We also show Monday
NEW CLOAKS AND
1510 lKH'CiLAS ST.
Never before since locating in Omaha have we had such
a large advance sale on Opera Glasses, Lorgnettes, ete.t as
this season. Our line is still eomplete, but you had better
hurry if you wish the advantage of our early selection. A
small cash deposit will secure them until Xmas.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.
211 S. 16th St., Omaha.
w n wni n m as -rmm mm i wmwmi
ON CREDIT V
'i- Also Watches. Silverware. Put Glaas and Jewelry. When you stop
a to consider that my plan enables you to become the Immediate pos
sessor of any of the above luxuries without feeling the cost, then
T why not act at once. Buy your Xjnas gifts now and pay me at your I
I uSJT" MANDELBERG, The Leading Jeweler, 1522 Famam Sf. j
Our store Is the largest depot for
Homoeopathic Medicines to be found
In the west. We are in a position to
supply WHOIKSALE and RETAIL.
PKl ii HOUSES, as well as PHYSI
CIANS and RETAIL, TRADE.
NOT EJ V hen ordering always state
what form. (pill, liquid or powder), of
medicine is desired, also what strength.
Cor. 16ta and Dole Me
sired, also what strengm. 1
A BIG WHITE LOAF
Eieh, pure and appetiz
ing a loaf made from the
best Minnesota flour,
baked by experieneed
bakers, in a modern
equipped bakery, is what
you get in
M EMERALDS W
( RUBIES l iPfwissfWSsaiaMWsmjIB' IMgttJg
I yft Our stock of Precious M Tt
A. Your nspeciio.i
V AlAnytimo 0tiLi'
Drown &Borsheim i YfM
JEWELERS ff '
Z22 South iQU5treet,0maha.i A U
S 9nct for 1900 ToUloj! ( F-ee) 4 V 1
Its dependable high quality has won It favor in countless
homes and made it the greatest seller in Omaha today. De sur
you get the genuine Snow Fluke Hreal. (There are numerous
imitations.) Look for the little red label on each loaf.
Over Four Hundred Grocers Sell It.
5c a Loaf
V. r. 8TEAM BAKING CO.
TOO I.ATK TO C I.ASS1FV.
WAXTEIi-Tu buy f.ir cash hotel or board
ing houw- of from 13 to :'5 rooms: prf-r
tit deal direct with owner. Address K ii.
Hee. N 319 Sx
Fall Term llegins Saturdaj, October 11.
Mr. Mrs. Morand's
Classes in Dancing and
Physical Culture for Children.
Xcw LtM'alioil t'reiiiliton Law School
liuildiir; lKtli Si., Near Furumii. j
in.. Mild '
Ideal Butter is made for those who
enjoy the good things of lift- for per
sons of discriminating taste, and satisfies
the most critical. It has a richness and
flavor peculiarly its own, which is im
parted by pure, sweet cream, churned
under perfect conditions. Its sealed air
tight covering insures its reaching you
just as sweet and pure an it comes from
the churn. Be sure and get
Once sard, alva used.
Klrschbraun & Buns' Ideal f'rcaniirj, Omuha.
I KGINNKKS biiturduy. J' a. I
Wednesday, 1:15 p. in. Scawin.
AD VANCE Saturday only. U p i
CRANE'S WEDDING STATIONERY
These giiods are salted to the Utlra of the inoxt select trade Their merits
are Known the world over. Onre tried Uih pur hut r bernmes a regular customer.
WKDDINO. RECKiTlON. AT HAMK
CAKDri. HIGH GliAl'K KN'iHA VINiJ.
MOVER STATIOHEBY CO., 220-222 So. IBIh St. f
WE ARE READY
for your holiday 1 1. ,d Our Christmas stork is in and
yon can have the pick of cur auperh aum i iccni. iia
monds for the millionaire und for the multitude nothing
could he more acceptable or make vour lowd one so
supremely happy. Inspection and coiiipariw.ii invited.
MAWHINfi x RYAN CU.
J5 13 AND DOUGLAS STS. OMAHA.NEO
Of RERG MAM JEWEIERV rn
kz a i am o n d v u,
Jewelery, Cut Olass&oilverware.
At whoieWe. j09 So. 15 1 $t re etf
j ley, spent a fw Uy laal week the guea