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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1505.
SlCIElTS WfcElL WAS QUIET
Coming Six Dyi Promise Bomtthirf ia
Wj of Divartiaament.
THEATER HABIT GROWS FASHIONABLE
First Sight Aadlaee Mar
an More Reareseatatlre of th
I. oral Smart Vat Each
. Oa Her Mai.
Let's see. Oh. dear! Th Mothers' club
(1 lead the meeting:, that's the rub
Th Borlnl Settlement debate:
"Resolved, we need a new birth rate."
Th'. Sowing circle meets with me
Kcr music (really for the tea!)
An regent of Moll Pitcher Court
I've ot to red my first report
Ildsho! The Fair for Crippled CatK
Will take all dav (I sell trimmed hats
On Friday. ,
The Khayyam conference experts
My papers on "Omar's Defects''
Then, th last straw, my Bible class
illngs at th hospital, alas!
fh," what.th bliss of heaven must be!
No partings there, so equally
i S. F. Batchelder In Harper' Magaxln.
The SoclaJ Calendar.
TI'KSDAY Mrs. F. N. Connor's lunrheon!
Mrs. Gridley and Mrs B. W. Christie, a.
ard party; Mrs. Charles Marley, a card
party; Woman's club kenslngton, Mrs.
Fred Klllott hostess.
WEDNESDAY Curry-Buckingham wd-
THURSDAY Nee die worn ruira nwpurai
. .... .i
Mrs. K. A. cuoany, a luncnenn.
rRIDAY Miss Louise Lord, a dancing
S JtI RDAY Altar guild musicals at the
home of Mrs. Charles Kountie.
Notwithstanding the rattier doubtful pros
pects last week proved rather busy with a
round of little things, a wedding or two and
several more or less elaborate luncheons.
Reeause the calendar Is clear at the outset
It does not Indicate by any means that It
will stay so. for this Is the season for peo
ple to do things, and a reliable forecast can
only' be made for a day at a time. This
week starts out altogether promising and
beside there la no telling what the Monday
morning post will bring, and It usually
jrlngs something, and furthermore, condi
tions are Just right Just now for almost
tny thing from luncheons to receptions, for
there are guests In town of whom not a
"ew are ambitious to entertain.
The announcement that Omaha Is to have
i charity ball Is equally welcome to those
f-the 'fashionable set and those who are
to be the beneficiaries. It has been rears
inr Ofnaha has employed this means of
living aid to the needy and the ball will
Joubtlees be a conspicuous feature of the
winter. It Is to be given some time dur
ing .December, either at the Ak-Bar-Ben
4en or the Auditorium, and the proceeds
will be divided between the Newsboys'
Home and Molly Marshall, the unfortunate
blind girl now at the county poor farm.
One hears a great deal about th theater
hsblt nowadays, and It is certainly preva
lent In Omaha. For several seasons this
form of entertainment has been growing In
fayor with" the fashionable set until now
the. week Is not complete without at least
one evening at the theater. For the last
thre seasons Monday evening bas been
"Society" night at the Orpheum and. re
gardless of the bill, society has been there.
It wsniy,Ust year that the "first night"
habit became general among the fashion
ables and this season they have taken It
up again, and no matter how many good
thins my,' eome during the week, the
first performance -Is sure to bring out a
society house at the Boyd. The matinee
bos 'party at the Burwood has become a
fad with' the society girls and the largest
theater parties of the season have been
given t that popular theater. On several
occasions parties there have been parties
of from twenty, to thirty members.
Mrs." Charles Marley. will entertain
Mrs." F. M. Connor will entertain at lunch
eon at th Omaha club Tuesday.
Miss Kllpatrlck will entertain at dinner
one, evening this week In honor of Mlsa
Mis. Louis Lord will give an Informal
dancing party Friday evening at her horn
on West Farnam street.
' Mrs. E. A. Cudahy has issued cards for
a luncheon to be given Thursday In honor
of Mrs. Horace G. Burt.
Mrs. B. W. Christie and her mother, Mrs.
Gridley. .will entertain at cards Tuusday
afternoon at their home on Park avenue.
Under the auspices and for the benefit of
altar Guild of .Trinity cathedral a musicals
silt be given Saturday evening at the home
at Mrs. Charles T. Kountie.
The Needlework Guild will hold Its an
nual reception for the Inspection of gar
ments ' Thursday . afternoon from 2 to
THE VAUE OP CHARCOAL.
F People Know How Faefal It
. la Preserving Health aad-Beaaty.
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal is
th safest ' and most efficient disinfectant
and purifier In nature, but few realise Its
value when taken Into the human system
for. th sam cleansing purpose.
Charcoal is a remedy that the mor you
tak ot It th better; it la not a drug at
all.' but simply absorbs tn gases and Im
purities always prwent In th stomach and
lieUne.' and -carries them out of th
'Charcoal sweeUns th breath after amok
lug. - drinking or after eaiiniC onlun and
her odorous vegetable.
Charcoal effectually clears and Improves
the- complexion, It whiten the teem and
further acts as a natural and eminently
It absorb th injurious gases which col
lect in' th stomach and bowels; It dials
tacts th mouth and throat from th poison
of catarrh.- "
A)l druggists sell charcoal In on form or
another. . but probably the best charcoal
and th most for th money to In Stuart a
Charcoal ,Icnge. They ai composed of
the finest powdered wlilow charcoal and
timer uarmies antiseptic In tablet forui.
or. rather, in th form of large, pnHnam.
tasting loaenges, tn charcoal being mixed
Tn daily, us of the loscnges will soon
till la a much Improved condition of tho
saner! health, bullal complexion, sweeter
breath and'purr blood, and th beauty ot
It is that no possible harm can result trotn
vheir continued use. but. ou tiie contrary,
A Buoaio physician. In speaking of the
benefit of-charcoal, says: "l advis
fciuart' Charcoal Losengc to all paiiinu
suffering from gas in tu stomach and
oowels. and. to clear the complexion and
purify th brath. mouth and throat; 1
also believe the liver la greatly benefited
by th daily ua of them; they coat but
I'i cents a bos at drug stores, and although
in soma seps a patent preparation, yet 1
belie v' I gat more and Ik Her charcoal ia
gtuart's Charcoal Lost n cos than la any ef
th rdiaaxy charcoal Ubltta,"
o'clock In fVie parlor of the First Fres
The current topics department of the
Woman's club will hold Its first kenslng
ton afternoon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Fred Elliott, Twentieth and Ohio streets.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Curry will enter
tain Tuesday evening at dinner for th
out-of-town guests and members of the
bridal party for the Curry-Buckingham
Wesalsci aad Eaaemeata.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McKenile have
announced the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Edith Browne, to Mr. Frank El
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singer of 407 South
Twenty-fifth avenue announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Stella Singer,
to Mr. Isy Rosenthal, and Miss Florence
M. Singer to Mr. Leo Rosenthal. At home
The marriage of Miss Pauline M. Majors,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Majors,
E1S Howard street, to Mr. Max Huberman,
also of Omaha, was solemnized at the home
of the bride's uncle In Denver October 26.
Rev. Henry'Mayo officiating. Little Miss
Bessie Wilson, as ring bearer, was the
bride's only attendant. Miss Majors has
been In Denver visiting, having gone there
for her health, and Mr. Huberman stopped
ther en rout to Los Angeles, where he
ho recently been transferred, to visit her.
While there they decided ot be married at
one. Instead of waiting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilbur are occupying
their new horn at 1419 Lafayette avenue.
Mr. and Mr. A. J. Love cam In from
their summer horn at Benson Friday and
have taken apartments at the Madison for
Captain and Mrs. Robert E. L. MIche
have taken apartments at the Richmond
hotel. Seventeenth and H streets, Wash
ington, D. C, for the winter.
Mrs. George L Gilbert, who has spent the
last two months with Mrs. Balcombe, is
now with her daughter. Miss Frances, at
the home of Miss Foos.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kimball and children
will leave Tuesday for Ormond, Fla., where
they will spend the winter. Mrs. T. F.
Kimball and Miss Kimball will occupy their
house during their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Berry returned from
the east Mondny and left Thursday for
Chicago. Mrs. Berry will return soon, but
will not break up their home her until
pring, when they expect to buy' a home
at Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago.
Lieutenant John McCllntock of the Ninth
cavalry sailed last Tuesday for Vienna,
Austria, where he Is sent as military at
tache. He will visit London and Paris
en route. Lieutenant McCllntock has been
stationed at Jefferson barracks for the last
At the annual meeting of the Friday
Morning Whist club Mrs. W. A. Broatch
was elected president to succeed Mrs. Ful
ler, who declined re-election, and Mrs. A.
Q. Edwards and Mrs. Fred Hall were
elected secretary and treasurer, respec
tively. Mrs. E. H. 'Martin. Mrs. W. R. Bailey,
Mrs. Z. T. Llndsey and Mrs. W. A. Redick
were awarded the pins for the highest
scores for the year at this week's meeting
of the Tuesday Morning Whist club. Mrs.
Llndsey was re-elected president, Mrs.
Frank Colpetxer vice president, Mrs. Martin
secretary and Mrs. Bailey treasurer.
Mrs. Olsson, nee Margaret Pratt, who,
with her little daughter, have been 111 of
diphtheria in New York, Is convalescing
and will go to Florida for a time before
coming to Omaha. Mrs. Olsson was en
route from her home In Sweden to visit
her father. Colonel J. H. Pratt. In Omahs,
but became 111 at New York and was unable
to come on here. Colonel Pratt left this
week for Texas.
Mrs.. Charles Manderaon entertained
bridge luncheon Saturday.
Mrs. E. H. Scott was hostess of lunch
eon given Saturday at the Omaha club.
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Carter entertained the
Curry-Buckingham bridal party at the
Boyd Friday evening, followed by a supper
at the Henshaw.
In honor of Mrs. P. E. McCulley. who is
the guest of. Miss Gapln. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Oberfelder entertained Thursday
evening at their home In 6ldney, Neb.
Mrs. W. B. Meikle entertained at bridge
Saturday afternoon at her home In Worth
ington place In compliment to Mrs. New.
There were about twenty guests present. -
Mr. and Mrs. George Ostrnm gave a ri.
lightful rarty Friday evening at their
home. 3043 Lake street, to about forty
young friends of their daughter. Miss
Helen, In celebration of her lb birthday.
It was a fancy dress party and some hand
some as well aa unique and suggestive cos
tumes were worn. The young hostess re
ceived her guests costumed aa the morning
The Dubuque club held Its bi-monthly
meeting Thursday evening, November 9, at
the Patterson block, a large attendance
being present, and nn Interesting musical
program was rendered, also several selected
recitations. The next meeting, which will
be a . purely social affair, will be held
Thursday evenulng. November 23, at the
Patterson block, music being furnished by
an orchestra and refreshments served. All
Dubuquers are cordially invited.
Come and Go Gossip.
Mr. J. H. McTntosh of New York Is the
guest of Mrs. C. B. Rustln.
Misses Mary and Margaret McMenemy
have returned from Chicago.
Miss Rachel Kats of Louisville, Ky., Is
the guest of Mrs. Samuel Katg.
General and Mrs. Manderson are out with
the inspection party on the Burlington.
Miss Helen Buckingham of Salt Lake
City is the guest of her sister, Mr. B. L.
Miss Faith Potter expects to leave to
day for a month' visit with friends In
Miss Sharp and Miss Ida Sharp are ex
pected hack today from a visit at Battle
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Perfect will leave
Omaha November 15 to make their home
In Kansas City.
Mrs. Frank N. Clarke and daughter of
Hastings are guests of Mr. Clarke's par
ents In Omaha.
Miss Enola Dexter left Saturday for an
extended visit with her grandparents. In
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountie left Fri
day for Keystone Ranch, where they will
vlult Mr. and Mrs. Will Paxton.
Mr. und Mra. Barton Curry and little
daughter will be among the out of town
guests at the Curry-Buckingham wedding
Lieutenant David McKell. artillery corps
from Fort Ethan Allen. Vt., Is the guest
of his aunt, Mrs. Howard B. Smith, for
about two weeks.
Mrs. J. N. H. Patrick and Mr. Robert
Patrick are expected home tomorrow from
Wyoming, where they have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick on their ranch
Mr. and Mra George Coley Hobble and
daughter Georgle. formerly of Omaha,
passed through the city Friday en route
to Los Angeles, where they will spend the
winter, returning about June 1. Mr. and
Mrs. liobbie now reside In Battle1 Creek
Without a question, th finest appointed
and best stock of millinery In Omaha I
the millinery department of the Bennett
company. "Sinclair" means to millinery
what sterling means to silver In the great
west, at least. Be ad on page six and
seven, fashion action.
WOMAN H CLUB AND CHARITY
In a recent address before one of the
state conventions, Mrs. Decker, preMdent
of the General Federation of Women's
Clubs, made the following reply to an In
quiry whether the clubs were not taking
women away from the homes:
People say the club takes women away
from home. My dear friends, we staid
away from home before there were clubs.
We staid away for bargain sales, for par
ties, for theaters, for th circus. The club
Is to teacb ua to stay away from home with
some good result. We have found the poor,
unkempt child; we have found the sad,
h bused child oh. the things we have found
because we have Joined hands to walk
through the field of life! We are not here
to play, to dream, but to work with the
head, hands and heart, to make conditions
The old conservatism of the eastern club
woman Is rapidly going down before her
experience In the many llns that club
work has opened up to her. At the re
cent meeting of the New York City Fed
eration of Clubs, one of the largest and
most Influential organisations of women
In the east, a resolution was passed en
dorsing woman suffrage by a unanimous
vote. The federation Includes something
over fifty of the largest clubs of Greater
'According to newspaper report -Mrs. Wil
liam Todd Helmuth Is coming back Into
club work again. It was the trades school
question that brought her out to the con
vention of the New York State federation
recently, that having been one of her pet
plans. Mrs. Helmuth withdrew from club
work about three years ago, when she lost
her husband, and since then has taken no
active part. Previous to that time, how
ever, she was prominent In half a dozen
women's organizations and was always a
conspicuous figure at the biennial of the
General Federation of Women's Clubs. It
Is rumored that Mrs. Helmuth means to
resume her former active work.
The department of ethics and philosophy
will present the program at Monday after
noon's meeting of the Woman's club. A
character reading, In costume, of scenes
from a translation of Sophocles' "Anti
gone." The cast will Include Mrs. Foye as
Antigone; Mrs. Fred Elliott, as Ismene;
Mrs. C. R. Grover, Creon: Mrs. Wagner,
Maemon; Mrs. Ralph Bush, guard; Miss
Glasgo, Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Clara
Bnrbank as chorus of Greek elders. The
program will follow the business meeting
at 3:30 o'clock.
The board of directors of the Needlework
Guild are desirous that all persons wish
ing to become members of the guild should
contribute their' three new garments
Wednesday of this week when the annual
collection will be made. The garments will
be sorted at the First PreRbyterian church
and distributed the following day. It is
rged that all Interested attend the recep
tion Thursdny afternoon at the church
nd It Is hoped that the collection will
reach 3,000 pieces this year.
The current topics department of the
Woman's club will hold Its first kenslngton
of the fall Tuesday afternoon from two
to five o'clock at the home of Mrs. Fred
Elliott at 2023 Ohio street. All former mem
bers as1 well as present members of the
department are Invited to attend.
Mrs. Emma F. Byers, general secretary
of the local organization. Is In Iowa City
attending the annual convention of Young
Women's Christian, associations of Iowa,
which closes there today. 8he will visit
the Des Moines association on Monday and
Tuesday. . Miss ' Esther Anderson,1 ono of
the national secretaries, who spoke at the
banquet given ' by the local association
Monday evening, spent the r(k In Omaha
leaving Friday for North Dakota to attend
Its state meeting.
OMAHA A COMMERCIAL CENTER
Commercial Prhoola of Oar City Brlncc
Each Year a La rare Amount of
Moner to Our Merchants.
No city can ever boast of Its greatness
or power when It fails to foster or en
courage education of every sort. A liberal
and Indulgent support must be extended
first to our common schools, and then to
such secular and religious Institutions that
may wish to throw open their doors to
student .who are seeking a higher educa
tion or desire to fit themselves for some
special calling In life. Such support and
encouragement will necessarily contribute
to 'the growth and welfare of the city, be
sides giving It a name and an Influence
known and felt everywhere.
Omaha has liberally supported all schools
and aa a result Is coming to be known as
n educational center of considerable Im
portance. Its public schools rank among
the best, and the people of Omaha are
ustly proud of them, but they are none
the less proud or deserving than a large
number of private schools and colleges
which have sprung Into being, because of
the liberal encouragement and support of
class of people which recognizes the
value of education desirous to discipline
and train the mental faculties.
The private schools to which reference
has been made and which are doing so
much for the city or state consist of
Creighton university. Brownell Hall.
Cretghton Medical college, Omaha Medical
college, Creighton Dental college, Omaha
Dental college, Creighton Law school,
Omaha Law school. Presbyterian Theo
logical seminary, Omaha Conservatory of
Music, Omaha Commercial college and
Boyles Commercial college.
The combined annual enrollment of these
two schools In round numbers Is J.00O.
Fully 60 per cent of this number Is made
up of non-resident pupils, at a low esti
mate of $300,000 a year. If the other private
schools of the city attract non-resident
students in anything like the same propor
tion It will be safe to say that the private
schools of Omaha are the direct means
of bringing to the city sn annual sum of
over 12,500,0110. This amount of money dis
tributed among the schools, hotels and
merchnnts cuts an Important figure In the
material Interests of the city.
The lesson to be learned from the benefits
to be derived by the city aa a whole from
Its private schools Is that the people should
encourage every laudable effort upon the
part of those behind these educational en
terprises to enlarge their facilities and ex
tend the circle of their Influence.
The Bennett company has a flock of
charming German Harts mountain canaries
for sale, enough of them to make life In
Omaha "one grand sweet song." See ad on
pages six and seven, fashion section.
The following births and deaths - have
been reported to the Board of Health dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Births Tom Turner, North Sixteenth,
girl: Charles LeiKidal. 17! South Filieemii.
girl: Orvtlle Waggoner. North Thir
teenth, South Omaha, girl; C. A. Haw ley.
tili rsorta iwenty-nttn avenue, boy.
Deaths Joeph Daniel. 1411 South Fifth
li; Berths Apel. 1315 Pacific. 15: John Lar
sen, 221s Seward, 27; Mrs. Jeanie Turner,
Ttnrty-nrin ana center, to.
The least thing wrong with your bowel
makes you all sick. Dr. King' New Life
Pills make you all well. 25 cents. For sale
by Bheruian McCunnell Drug Co.
The Dundee Woman's club will meet on
Wednesday with Miss Bartlett.
Jasper W. Hamilton was In IJneoln on
legal business during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Balrd were In Lin
coln the early part Of the week.
The Marclilonette. club . met with Mrs.
T. L. Combs on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tnlmnge are settled
In their new home at Fiftieth and Cass
Mr. and Mrs. TenKyck Foii'ln have
moved Into their new home on Davenport
and Fifty-first streets.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson are nt home
again after an extended trip to Georgia
und other southern points.
Mr. Reed of Montlce'.lo. ill., was the
guest for a few days last week, of his
daughter, Mrs. R. C. Peters.
Miss Ray Covey of St. ' Paul, ttho Is
studying music at Lincoln. Is the guest
over Sunday of her aunt, Mrs. D. j... John
son. Mrs. Edmund L. Barr and children, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mis. P.
J. Barr, returned during the week to their
home at Cliadron.
On Monday evening an evangelical lec
ture will be given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Borsehelm, to which all their
friends are invited.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Dundee
Presbyterian church met with Mrs. II. C.
Balrd on Friday afternoon. A large num
ber of women were present and enjoyed
a delightful afternoon.
Miss Palmer entertained last Saturday
evening at cards, and again Monday after
noon In honor of their guest, Miss Speed
of Vlcksburg. Miss. Miss Speed left for
her home on Tuesday. ,
Tho Round Dozen Social club met on
Wednesday with Mrs. T. L. Combs. There
was a guessing contest at which the prize
was won by- Mrs. E. A. Benson, Mrs.
Reynolds Bnrnuni, who was a guest of
the club.' sang several solos during the
Under the auspices' of the Ladies' Aid
society, a delightful entertainment was
given at the Dundee Presbyterian church
Saturday evenliiK. Miva Nikuni gave sev
eral recitations and Mrs. Donovan sang a
number of solos, accompanied by Miss
On Friday evening Rev. and Mrs.
Joseph J. Lanipe and Henry Umpe en
tertained the students of the Presbyterian
Theological seminary, some of the Belle
vue college girls und some of the young
reoplo of the village, between forty and
fifty being present.1
Sam Thomas of Horseshoe lake was a
business .visitor here Thursday.
Frank T. Parker left Wednesday for
Clarks, Neb., where he will visit relatives
for several weeks.
D. M. Kelley's new house on Bluff street
is well under way and will be Unishcd In
a couple of weeks.
The Carnntlon club gave Its regular dan
cing party Thursday night at Wall's hall.
There was a good attendance.
Charles Batelle and W. H. McKay, of
Omaha took the train here last Saturday
for tho flats east of Calhoun to spend a
few days hunting ducks.
W. H. Gibbons and J. Hippe made a trip
to Bancroft Wednesday, looking over some
land on the reservation which Mr. Gibbons
has leased. ( He will move his family there.
Father Luckley of the S.icred Heart
church,, has charpe of St. Phillip's Nei l
church here now and wll have mass at
10:30 each Sunday morning, instead of 9:30
William Pulte received a telegram on
Wednesday informing him of the death of
his brother Joseph. Mr. Pulte and brother
. Antone lift immediately for Detroit, Mich.,
t.-r.f 1. .- .. 1.
A. L. Anderson and W. H. Blulck'left
Friday morning for Tekamah with- their
hunting outfit, which will be hauled to the
river from Tekamah. They will hunt on
their way down the river. They expect to'
be gone two weeks.
The city council held Its regular meeting
Monday v nluht. Nothing but the regular
routine work was done. All the bills wero
allowed, with some shaving. The sidewalk
Inspector reported that the work of putting
in the walks on Main street was progress
ing and would be done in another week.
George Slert has . purchased . the . drug
stock of Jasper Hnilth" and has. taken
cnarge.'- Mr. Hlert comes from Newport,
Neb., where he conducted a drug store.
Mr, Rmith will spend the most of his time
looking offer his business ' interests and
property In Iowa and western Nebraska.
Thomas W. McClure has purchased ' the
grocery stock of John 8. Paul ' and ' will
conduct the business from now' on. . Mr.
Paul Iibk been In the grocery business here
for eleven, years.. He will now take, up
other lines of business. Mr. McClure will
let the stock remain at the old location,
renting the building from Mr. Paul.
Robert Coventry of the Presbyterian
Theological seminary of Omaha, who spent
several years as a missionary In Alberta,
gave an Interesting lecture on "The Land
of the Sky Pilot" at the Presbyterian
church Wednesday evening. There was a
large audience. The proceeds form the
nucleus of a fund for the building of a
The park commissioners of Omaha were
here the last part of the week looking over
the paving on Main and Thirtieth streets.
The paving had been taken up In several
places for the lowering of the water pipes
and Mr. Van Court, who had put the work
In thought there might be some damage
that would Interfere with his contract of
five years with the Park board. The board
did not rind anything that warranted any
damage from the moving of the. paving, It
being placed back In as good shape as
Albert Bllck arrived Friday morning from
Leipzig, N. D.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dean Smock have moved to
Benson from Omaha.
Christian church services will be held at
the town hall at 7:30 this evening.
Lutheran services will be held at 7:45 this
evening and Sunday school at i p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pelrson and son went
to Lincoln Friday evening for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. McCune have taken the
Noble residence for the coming winter.
Mrs. Jondro has returned to her home In
Canada, after a visit to her son, J. B. Jon
dro. The Misses Regan have fitted up the
room west of the postoftlce into a lunch
Mrs. Tom Hawkins is having her resi
dence repaired and enlarged on McKlnley
Mrs. H. J. Grove entertained her class of
Sunday school girls at her home last week
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Parker entertained
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McWhorter Monday and
Mrs. W. C. Snell left for her home In
Chicago last week, after a visit at the home
of George Smith.
Mrs. George Thompson returned home
last Tuesday from a trip to Salt Lake City
and other points.
K. R. Parker went to Kennard last week
Saturday, where he was called by the Ill
ness of his mother, v
Mrs. Fred Fargo lef t for Illinois this
week, where she was called by the sick
ness of her father.
The dinner served by the women of the
Methodist Eplacopnl church last Tuesday
netted the sum of $14.
Oeorare Wedge left last Sunday to Join
his wife ano son In Wyoming, where they
have been the past montn.
The Indies' gymnasium will meet ' on
Saturday next week on account of the re
lvul being held on Friday.
F. S Klr.g went to Ohio last week with
tho r.malnn of his uncle, who died at the
Bt. Joseph hospital after an operation.
The funeral of Mrs. C. O. Erickson. who
died from a long alcknesa of cancer, wa
held last Sunday at ner nome. nev. sr.
MISS BLANCHE SORENSON
Art of Singing
Voices Tested Free.
5 SO Range Blk. Tel.
It is Not Too Early to Look Around for Christmas Novelties
At this store you will find our holiday itock complete with rich gift,
and no doubt you'll be thankful for this early sug-Keatlon of our Id
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THE MOYER STATIONERY C(L 220-22 So. 16th St.
t.lndhurg of the Swedish Lutheran church
conducted the services. Interment being t
Prospect Hill cemetery.
Mrs. A. M. Glass, mho was here vlsttln?
her sister. Mrs K. Twsdell. a short time
ago, while on her way home to Missouri,
was Injured In a railroad wreck.
The regular monthly meeting of th flre
department was held last Monday with
forty members present. The hook and lad
der men met at the firehouse last Saturday.
The election In Benson parsed 0ef quietly.
The machine was used and votes were
cast, resulting In the election of Charles
O. Keller, republican, for Justice of the
peace, and tleorge ofecht, republican, for
overseer of highways.
Th next regular meeting of the Ladles'
Aid society will be held at the parsonage
W'ednesday afternoon, when preparations
will lie made for the crysanthemum show
nnd bazar, which will be held In the Odd
Fellows' hall Novemtwr i4 and 2a.
Services at the Methodist Episcopal
church today will be held at 11 p. m. and
7:30 p. m. The themes will be "The Church
Necessary to the Wellhelng of Mankind"
for the morning, and "The Prodigal Son"
for the evening. The revival services will
be continued through the coming week.
Rev. B. Comble Smith of the First church
of Omana will be present on Tuesday evening.
Mr. Carlson has purchased a fine cow.
Rev. R. M. Henderson Is painting his
Mrs. Shundy spent Wednesday with old
friends In Council Bluffs.
Miss Anna Syas vas the guest of Miss
Bessie Faverty the last of the week.
Grace and Iva Blake are with their sis
ter. Mrs. A. Oleson, at their new home,
near Hanscom park.
Mrs. Pitman will spend a psrt of the win
ter with her son and family at Kansas City,
where she Is now visiting.
Mrs. R. Getty went to Loup City. Neb.,
on Thursday to visit relatives, and may
possibly spend the winter there.
Mrs. Theodore Smith of West Side was
the guest of her friend, Mrs. John Blake, on
Wednesday at her home In Ackerman.
John Moore has returned to his work In
South Dakota and his wife has gone to
Creston. Neb., to spend the winter with
Mrs. Carlson entertained a large number
of friends at their new home on South
Forty-sixth street Tuesday In honor of her
Mr. and Mrs. J. Senter of Pine Ridge. 8.
D., who have been the guests of the for
mer's sister. Mrs. M. Faverty, returned to
their home on Thursday,
Mrs. J. E. Aughe received a barrel of fine
winter apples from her brother. Charles
Blllmah, who is an extensive fruit buyer at
Cedar, near Traverse City, Mich.
The temperance entertnlnment which was
to have been given by the Southwest Sun
day school and the young people, was post
poned from last Sunday evening on account
of the rain, and will be given this Sunday
The Ladles' Aid society met at the home
of Mrs. R. M. Henderson on Thursday and
finished a quilt aud large comfort. An ex
cellent dinner waa served. Ten were pres
ent. Receipts, $4. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. Shandy on the Heights Thurs
day, November 23, all day.
PROGRAM OF JEWISH EVENT
Elaborate Order of Exercises rianned
for Celebrating; Anniversary
of First Settlement. ' .
This order of .exercises has been arranged
for tho celebration of the 250th anniversary
of . the settlement of the Jews In the United
Frldav Evening. November 24. and Satur
day Morning, November 25 Patriotic and
religious srv!oes at Temple Israel and all
other synagogues of. the city.
Sunday Novemlier 2S Sabhath school ex
eroiscs of a patriotic character, to be oele.
brated by all the Jewish children of Omahn
at Temple Ir.rr- . Twenty-fourth and Har
ney atreetji, at 0 o'clock In the forenoon.
A general Invitation Is extended to all Jew
ish children to take part In the observances.
Sunday Evening, November 2t A literary
and musical program -at the new Lyric
theater. at Nineteenth and Farnam streets
at 8 o'clock. A ' detailed, program will be
announced . later." A general Invitation Is
extended to all of the Jewish people of
Omaha to sssem.ble and make this event a
memorable one, '
Monday Evening. November 27 A grand
ball and entertainment under the auspices
of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel at Metro
politan hall. Twenty-third and Harney
street, to -which general Invitation Is ex
tended, -as the final celebration of this fes
tival. . '
The rates for - water furnished
by the Omaha Water company, by
meter measurement, within tbe
tlmlts of tbe city of Omaha, were
fixed by the Water board of the
city of Omaha on May 1, 19i6. as -follows:
ORDER NO. 1
BE IT ORDERED BY THE
WATER BOARD OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA:
Section 1. Any person, co-part- "
nershlp or corporation supplying
water' for private consumption
through meters within the limits
of the city of Omaha, shall af
ford such service at uch rates ss
may be agreed upon between. the
.consumer and any such person,
co-partnerBhlp or corporation, but
not exceeding meter rates as fol
lows, which are hereby declared
to be reasonable and Just:
METER RATES. '
Gallon's Rate Per
Per Day.. , 1,000 Gallons.
2,000 or less 25 cents
2.000 to 4,000 20 cents
4.000 to 16.500.....' 16 cents
1S.500 to 25.000. .124 cents
Over 25,000.... 10 cents
Section 2. The maximum meter
rates for 2.000 gallons or less per
MONTH shall be 36 cents per
1.000 gallons, provided, however,
that no charge for 2.000 gallons
or less per month shall exceed
the sum of fifty (50) cents.
Section 3. This order modifying
the maximum meter rates fixed
by Ordinance No. 423, adopted by
the council of the city of Omaha
and approved by the Mayor
thereof, July It 18S0. shall take
effect from and after this date.
The above meter rates are ef
fective now and have been sine
May 1. 1906. -
Section 2 of the above Order No.
1 means that consumers of less
than 1.42SH gallons per month
may be charged at the rate of
85 cents per 1,000 gallons, and that
for consumers of more than 1.42S4
gallons, but less than 2.000 gallons
per month, the total charge shall
not exceed the sum of 50 cents per
month. Thus It will be seen that
the schedule of meter rates as set
forth In Section 1 of Order No. 1
above, applies only to consumers
of 1.000 gallons or more per month.
To enjoy the benefit of this re
duction In meter rates. It Is not
necessary for any water user to
furnish an Indemnifying bond or
to make a. cash deposit of 'any
sum In excess of the rates set
forth in the above schedule. .
Nov. U. 1S06.
ARNOLD C. KOENIG.
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At An Enormous Sacrifice
ABSOLUTELY EVERY CNE of these
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Some people have an erroneous Idea that heesnse I do a credit
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losses To them let me say that I have no losses worth mentioning
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