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THE .OMAHA " DAILY BEEt" SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1005.
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Spec'rl sale Monday
rf p'lin and fancy
Curving Sets for
SOCIETY IS GETTING BUSY
laleaiar for the Current Week Eu a Kid
MANY IMPORTANT AFFAIRS ANNOUNCED
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the season Are em the 1. 1st nnd
others Are EerteH to
1522 Farnam St.
The leadlnf Jeweler
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The feature of a face like this.
Would win a prise In baby show,
And tempt from womankind a kiss.
I like the straight nose: but, above
All classic noses. I have learned
To like, to venerate, to love,
The saucy nose a bit upturned.
- A nose that has a dnnty tilt
f'harms greater than the aquiline.
Which is for queenly beeuty built;
The girlish nose Is more divine.
8. A. Wood in Browning's Magasine.
The Inrlil a leader.
MONDAY Mis Flla May Brown's lunch
eon for Miss ITItchett; QUI Vive uancing
Tl'KSDAr Mrs. James IOve Faxtons buf
fet luncheon for Miss Kntcneti; Mrs.
William C. Onrratt's euchre party.
WEDNESDAY Mrs. O C. Allison's lunch
eon; Miss Florence Kllpatrlck, a runner;
Casev-Jtidsnn weddlDg; Rosllns-Stemm
wedding:; Mrs. W. 1. Belby entertains
Bound Doxen club; Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Webster's reception; Mrs, William C.
Garrntt's euchre party.
TH I'RSDAT Mrs. Ella Cotton Nash, a
luncheon for Miss Frltchett; Mrs. Rey
nolds Bamum entertains Marchlonette
club: Et-a-Virp club dance.
FRIDAY Mrs. F. J. Hoel'e tea from I to
5 o clock; Mrs. Joseph Parker, jr.. a
luncheon for Miss Prltchett; Hanseom
I'ark Dancing: club hop; Mrs. Amelia
llawei entertains the Friday club.
It fairly makes one's head whirl to think
of all the things In prospect this week, and
the person who does not keep a calendar
Is likely to get into trouble. Not for
months have the prospects been so bright.
There Is something planned for every set
and every clique, every day, and the week
has not yet begun. Conspicuous among the
entertainments scheduled Is a series of
luncheons and dinners to be given In honor
of Miss Marguerite Prltchett, whose mar
riage to Mr. John I Kennedy takes place
next week. The dancing party has come
back Into favor again and at least three
popular clubs that disbanded two seasons
ago have reorganized for a series of more
or less formal parties to be given during
the winter. The whist clubs that weathered
the heat of last August are still meeting,
and a few of those that have come to be
regular organizations have resumed their
weekly or fortnightly contests, as the case
may be, but there are practically no new
clubs this season, which may be taken as
an indication that bridge Is not as popular
as it was a year ago, but more likely that
everybody already belongs to as many
clubs as can be taken care of.
Other provision having been made for
the benefit of the Newsboys' Home, the
charity ball planned for that objeot - has
been given up. A number of women have
I Interested themselves In the case of Molly
I Marshall, the blind girl who was to have
been the other beneficiary and a committee
Including Mrs. Herman Kountze as chair
man, Mrs. B. A. Cudahy vice chairman.
Mrs. George A. Joslyn treasurer, and
Miss Buelah Sharp as secretary, will en
deavor to raise a fund for her "benefit.
They have authorised the following per
sona ' to receive contributions and any
amount from 10 cents up will be accepta
ble: Mrs. F. H. Cole, Mrs. Clara Bur
bank, Mrs. Albert Fuller. Mrs. A. B. Mc-
Connell, Mrs. James McKenna, Mrs. Rome
Miller, Mrs. Samuel Burns, Mrs. B. V.
wls, Mrs. Howard Baldrlge, Mrs. F.
P. Kirkendall, Mrs. ' Charles A. Sweet,
Mrs. J. J. McMuIlen, Mrs. Ralph W. Con-
nell, Mrs. W. A. Redlck, Mrs. Draper
Smith, Mrs. W. J. Broatch, Mies Mary
Cotter, Miss Nellie McNamara, Mr. John
Rush, Mr. Mogy Bernstein and Mr. Joseph
rho Is expected from Kansas City Tues
The engagement Is announced of Miss
Lula Saul of New York to Mr. Inn
Goldsmith. Mr. ; Kls.nii h f .n.iei l.v l.e,i
In Omaha and now occupies an l.nrtant
position with the Westlnghousc company
at Pittsburg. Pa. The wedding will take
place sometime during the winter.
On Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lw Plxley occurred the
marriage of their daughter, Blanche, to
John M. Dnllng. Only the Immediate fam
ily witnessed the ceremony, which was
performed by Rev. John K. Spencer of
the Third Fresbyterlan church. Mr. and
Mrs. Dullng left on the afternoon train
for Denver, Colo., where they Intend to
make their home.
with Mrs Flelshel's parents at TIM Wirt
Mrs. Joseph Garnean, who baa spent the
last two weeks the guest of her sister.
Mrs. J. R. Ringwalt. ha returned to her
ho-e In New Tork.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Malkle left Saturday
for Chicago, where Mrs. Melkle will visit
hr daughter. Mrs. Lyncy, while Mr. Melkle
goes on to New York.
Mr. F. A. Nash went to New Tork Thurs
day for a brief trip. He was accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Crelghton. who
will visit their grandson, Mr. Edward
Crelghton, at Princeton.
Mrs. Eugene Levi of Nebraska City, ac
companied by her sister. Miss Rehfeld,
left last week for an extended eastern
trip, stopping at Chicago, Washington,
Baltimore and New York.
Mrs. B. H. Scott entertained a luncheon
party of twenty Saturday In compliment
to Miss Prltchett and Mrs. Thomas
In honor of her brother, J. H. Stout,
Mrs. Edward Updike entertained at bridge
Monday evening at her home, 1612 Farnam
street. Mrs. Byron Bmlth and George Up
dike carried off the honors.
Miss Elizabeth Bruce gave a box party
at the Burwood Saturday afternoon, her
guests Including Ieta Holdregn, Elizabeth
Davis, Bertha Dickey, Helen Scoble, Mar
garet McPherson, Bessie Bevens, Mildred
Butler, Daphne Peters and Ixuilse Dinning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blanchard have as
their guests for a few days their daughter
and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Burk of
New York City. Miss Jane Blanchard,
who is attending the University of Ne
braska. Is spending Sunday with her
The B. G. 8. elub, comprising a number
of young girls, gave an enjoyable theater
party at the Burwood Saturday after
noon. Those present were: Misses Mae
Greene Mabel Huntley, Anna Bethge, May
Bethge, Bessie, Davis, Gertrude Lannan,
Harriet Russell, Pearl Norton, Kathryn
Miss Isabella Traill entertained at a very
enjoyable high five party at her home In
Windsor Place Friday evening. Prizes
were won by Miss Vera Hemming and Mr.
Alvln Ruff. Those present were: Mrs.
Dlngman, Misses Julia Gulgard, Bertha
Pompal, Cora Jackson, Anna Hertzler,
Leta Perly, Vera Hemming, Isabelle Traill,
Messrs; Dltigman. Raymond Cornwall,
Gordon Saunders. Arthur Jackson. Ernest
Orover, Alvln Ruff. Arthur Traill and Lieu
tenant A. E. Randall of Mares Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Bremner. 4616 Burdette
street, were pleasantly surprised by
large party of friends Tuesday evening.
November 14. A genuine Scotch supper
was served at 9:30, after which music, both
vocal and Instrumental, and dancing were
Indulged In to a late hour. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. Wellman, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Whyte and Miss Wbyte, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
French, Mr. and Mrs. Bunnell, Mrs.
Jndsay, Mrs. Ed Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs.
Symes, Mrs. Mayne.
WOMAN II CLUB AND CHARITY
BOSTON TORE 2ft e a bottle.
For gala la Uaaaha. by
Shook Mfg Co., 5
' Wholesale 2
Fine Cut Glass
5 Silverware and Jewelry
5 (Jooda at holeale prices. Oct oar
(J prices bfor you decide to buy. J
5 405 S. I5tb St. Omaha ' 2
TABLE de NOTE DINNER
Sunday 11 . m. to 8 p. m.
. 40c and 50c
1310 Howard St.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Harris have taken
apartments at The Bheljy for the winter.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel 8. Caldwell Saturday, November
11. . '
Mr. and Mrs. ' Ten Byke Fonda have
moved Into their new home at Dundee,
6042 Davenport street.
Captain and Mrs. William M. Wright
have ' taken the house at 1821 Nineteenth
street, Washington, D. C, for the winter.
Mrs. S. 8. Caldwell Is expected the last
of the month from Tioga, Pa., to be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor B. Cald
Captain William E. Horton was among
the officers who accompanied Secretary
Taf t from Manila to China to sea the
party started for home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burns, Jr., have
bought a home at Fortieth and Dewey
avenue and will be with Mrs. Preston
until It is ready for occupancy.
Pending the .completion of their new
home Mr. - and Mrs. T. L. Kimball are
occupying the . residence at 1236 Park Wild
avenue of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kimball,
who are In Florida.
Captain W. B. Cowln, who haa been re.
lleved from duty on General Wlnt's staff,
haa been granted a leave until December
S, and went to New Haven, Conn., to
attend the foot ball game Saturday, and
will also see the army game later. He
will Join his regiment at San Francisco
at the expiration of his leave and will
accompany It to the Philippines.
A story by Miss Edith Barabee Lewis,
daughter . of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B.
Lewis of Lincoln and a niece of Mr. Homer
P. .Lewis, formerly of Omaha, appear In
Collier's of November IS. It Is entitled
"Chains of Darkness," and Is a prize story.
It is a tale of "a college graduate and
the cold, cold world." Miss Lewis I
many Omaha frientls who will be Interested
Pin hi i future productions.
There will be a number of suppers given
at the Omaha club next Thursday evening
after the Blspham' concert at the Lyrto,
and It is the request of the steward of the
club that orders for tables be placed as
early as possible In the week. One of the
supper parties la to Include Mr. Blspham,
Mme. Shotwell-Plper, who Is a famous
beauty, Mme. Katherlne Flak and Mr. and
Mm. Kelly-Cole, who sing that night.
Et A Vlrp Dancing club will give a party
Thursday evening at Chambers'.
Mrs. Amelia Hawes will be hostess at
this week's meeting of the Friday club.
Miss Ella May Brown will entertain at
luncheon Monday in Miss Pritchett's honor.
Mrs. Ella Cotton Nash will entertain at
luncheon Thursday in Miss Prltchett'i
The Qui Vive Dancing club will give Its
next hop Monday evening at Chambers'
Mrs. Joseph Barker, Jr., will entertain
at luncheon Friday In compliment to Miss
The Omaha Guards will give their next
medal drill and hop Monday evening, No
Mrs. W. L. Selby will entertain the meet
lng of the Round Dozen club Wednesday
Mrs. F. J. Hoel haa Issued cards for
tea to be given Friday afternoon from 3
to 6 o'clock.
Mrs. James Love Paxton will give
buffet luncheon Tuesday In compliment to
Mrs. Reynolds Bamum will be hostess
of Thursday afternoon's meeting of the
The Hanscora Park Dancing club will
give its next party Friday evening at
Mrs. William C. Garrett has issued cards
for two - euchre parties, Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons, at her apartments
at the Winona.
Mrs. C. C. Allison will give a buffet
luncheon and Miss Florence Kllpatrlck will
entertain at dinner Wednesday In .honor
or Miss Frltchett.
Mr. and Mrs. John I Webster have is
sued cards for a reception Wednesday
evening, November 22, from 8:30 to 11
o clock in honor of Mr. George R. Peck of
Chicago, who comes to Omaha to attend
the meeting of the Nebraska Bar associa
Weddings and Engagements.
The wedding of Miss Marguerite Prltch
eu, aaugmer oi air. ana Mrs. ueorge
Prltchett, and Mr. John L. Kennedy will
take place Wednesday, November 29. at
noon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Prltchett. Miss Prltchett will be attended
by Miss May Hamilton. Miss Margaret
Wood. Miss Burley of Chicago. Misa Ella
May Brown and Miss Florence Kllpatrlck
and Mr. Stockton Heth will serve as
groomsman. Mr. Benn of Chicago and Mr.
I George Prltchett will act as ribbon bearers
and Rev. E. H. Jenks of First Presbyterian
church will celebrate the marriage. A re
ception will follow the wedding from 1 to
I o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy will be
st home at The Hilands, Washington, D. C.
Tne wedding of Miss Nora Casey, daugh
ter of the late Colonel James 8. Casey,
to Mr. Frank Hamilton Judaon of Kansas
City, will take place very quietly Wednes
day afternoon at i o'clock at St. Barna
bas church. Mies Alma Casey will be her
sister's only attendant and Mr. Conrad
Young will act as best man to Mr. Judson,
Come and Go Gossip
Major and Mrs. Zalinski are visiting In
JNew indon. Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gibson are spending a
rortnignt in the east.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Gulou returned
from Chicago Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Ramsey have gone
to bt. Louis for several weeks.
Mrs. B. D. Slaughter has returned from
two weeks' visit In Colorado.
Mrs. H.. T. Lemlst has returned from the
east after an absenoe of two months.
Mrs. David Trail and little daughter of
Fremont are guests of Mrs. 8. A, Emerson.
Mrs. Leonard of Lincoln spent part of
last week the guest of Mrs. A. O. Beeson.
Mrs. O. J. Buckingham and daughter of
Chicago are guests of Mrs. F. B. Wood-
. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Learned have as
their guest Miss .Timberlake of 8t. Paul,
Mrs. b. b. Wjod and Miss Margaret
wooa win return this week from a visit In
Mrs. I. W. Carpenter and daughter, Miss
uuve. are visiting friends In Grand Rap-
mr. ana Mrs. uuy Barton and Mrs. W,
xj. Minara nave gone to New York for
about two weeks.
miss sweet or Boston Is spending the
month In Omaha, the guest of her brother,
Mr. t naries A. Sweet,
Mr. Henry R Wilson of New Tork was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Poppleton
me eany part of the week.
Mrs. Mary Epratlen and Miss Spratlen
are In Chicago and will return Monday,
uaving spent some time In the east.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Morsman wUI leave
this week lor California to spend the win.
ter. iney expect to go first to Coronado
niram Ketcnum, accompanied by
her sister. Mis Alma Casey, will leave
December I for California, to remain until
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Welty and Miss Nora
The Council of Jewish Women will hold
Us fourth triennial meeting at Chicago,
December 4 to IS. From all parts of the
United States and from Csnada delegates
have signified their Intention of attending
and It Is expected that the convention will
be the largest ye held. The, eounclt was
organised In 18ng and was the outgrowth
of the Council of Jewish Women held as a
part of the Parliament of Religions at the
Columbian exposition. The possibilities of
a permanent organisation were so evident
that a national society was formed, this
being extended to International when two
large organizations were formed In Can
ada. The Chicago meeting. was the first
delegated body of Jewish women ever
called together to represent their religion.
The first section was formed In Chicago
In 18m. but before the end of that year
there were thirteen sections, and today
there are seventy-eight sections in more
than twenty states. The original object of
the council was to bring about closer rela
tions between Jewish women who, theoret
ically at least, have had their Interests con
fined to the family circle and had never
taken part as a class In public movements.
however prominent Individuals among them
have been. Other objects of the council, as
stated In the constitution, are: "To further
by an organic union a medium of com
munication and a means of prosecuting
work of common Interest: to further united
effort on behalf of Judaism by supplying
means of study; to furnish united effort on
behalf of the work of social reform by the
application of the best phllanthronlo
thought." The purely cultural side of the
work has for Its object better knowledge
of the Bible, Jewish, history and literature,
affairs and conditions.
The largest work of the council Is Philan
thropic, starting with a close and well sys
tematized study of modern methods of
philanthropy and reform, the study of pre
ventive measures as embodied In Juvenile
courts, homes for wayward or orphaned
cnnaren, improved conditions of housing,
open air treatment for consumption, etc.
The immigration problem Is one of the
branches that has been followed most
closely by the New York section and an
effort is being made to do Something ti
relieve the congestion In eastern cities re
sulting from immigration. Sections In all
the cities of the east are aiding in niacin
ana looking after Russian and Roumanian
ramllles who have fled from their naUve
countries and are too frequently In dire
need upon their arrival here. The council
Is very broad in Its sympathies and IU
policy is to co-operate and affiliate with
any and all forces at work for the better
ment of society. Its sections are members
of the state and city federations of clubs
and the national body is affiliated with the
International Council of Women. Mrs,
Henry Solomon of Chicago Is president of
the organization and Miss Sadie American,
the well known club woman of New York,
Is secretary. For several years '.here was
a section In Omaha, but this was dropped
about eight years ago, when Mrs. Charles
Rosewater resigned the presidency. While
there will be no delegated representatives
from OmaHa at the meeting next month. It
Is probable that some of the local Jewish
women will attend.
The announcement of the death of Mrs.
Emma Van Vechten, which occurred at her
home in Cedar Rapids, la., last week,
comes as a shock to clubdom. For years
Mrs. Van Vechten has had a conspicuous
part In the General Federation of Women's
Clubs, having served as one of its executive
officers and on some of Its most important
standing committees. For two terms she
was treasurer and besides this she has
for years had an active part in the club
work of her own state.
The literature department of the Wo
man's Club will hold Its next meeting next
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. "Haw
thorne" will be the subject of the day.
There will be papers on "Hawthorne's
Profound Moral Insight, Based Upon the
House of Seven Gables," by Mrs. M. B.
Lowrle; "The Minister In Scarlet Letter."
by Mrs. J. P. Carey, and "Hawthorne's
Place In Literature" by Mrs. F. H. Cole.
There will also be a symposium of Haw
thorne's particular characteristics pre
sented in two-minute talks, as follows:
"Mysticlsm-Welrdness," Mrs. D. Gross;
"Profound Moral Insight," Mrs. 'Mary An
drews; "Imaginative Power," Mrs. Fred
Elliott; "Morbidness-Melancholy," Mrs.
Edward Johnson; "Delicate Sensibility,"
Mrs. D. C. Hudson; "Vivid Descriptions."
Mrs. G. C. Bonner; "Natural Simplicity-
Clearness," Mia. Joseph Polcar; "Idealism-Romanticism,"
Mrs. Harm; "Sc-lf-Re-
flection, Miss K. Cosgrove. The sym
posium will be followed by general discus,
that the Columbian Optical
Co. is the largest optical
house in the west. Operat
ing six stores and employ
ing from 80 to 100 people.
Their combined product is
from 700 to; 900 pairs of
spectacles and eye glasses
They are the makers of the
famous Kryptok Bifocal.
Columbian Optical Co.
211 So. 16th St.. Omtvhev.
EatabllahM to Pnyer, Omiha, Kansaa City, Dalla.
Portland, Salt Lake City.
H TT Tl 1!
Ladies' fur lined coats are popular
garments this season.
We make a complete line, from
quite inexpensive garments to high priced
ones- they are all well made in a variety
of fur linings. Our label in a fur garment
Lanpher, Skinner & Co.
St. Paul, Minnesota
V mis' aptler dam set carry our line, wrist m sna we
will direct you.
JEWELRY, CUT GLASS and SILVERWARE
AT WHOLESALE Inspection Invited. 409 S. 15th Street
i Mtm sall or books
Mrs. C R, Glover will act as leader of
Tuesday afternoon's meeting of the current
topics department, which calls at t o'clock
There will be a talk on the art galleries of
San Francisco by Mrs. Theodore Mayer;
'Tammany Hall," by Mrs. Clara Burbank,
and "The Unveiling of the Morton Monu
ment," by Mrs. Henry McDonald. Besides
these there will be a general dlscuvsion of
The department of physical culture and
expression Is preparing a farce, "The Ob
stinate Family," to be presented early
next month. The cast Includes Mmes. Wag
ner, Challls, Dennis Hammond, Burger and
Miss Glasgow. Miss Hilar, department
leader, is coaching the play. The depart
ment has also taken up the study of
The P. E. O. sisterhood has arranged to
present the farce. "The Burglar and the
Blizzard," November the proceeds to
go toward the furnishing of their room at
the new MelhodUt hospital.
Miss Blanche Sorenson. voice, 650 Ramge.
Emerson went to Kansas City Friday to I the State Institute for the Deaf in Omaha
aiiena me nower show. They will return
Mrs. Joy Morton cams up from Nebraska
City Sunday and has been the guest of her
daughter. Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy, during
Mr. and Mrs. J. Percy Fleishel. who have
been living at Canon City. Colo., for the
last three years, have moved to Omaha.
Mr. FlHshel has accepted a position with
tne Richardson ' Drug company. Mrs.
rieiHoei win pe remembered as Miss Ruth
weiUT. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
r. WeUur. Fur the present tney will live
Dent and Dnntb Teachers' Social
A very pleasant social event occurred at
Saturday evening when the teachers of
the Nebraska Institute entertained for the
teachers of the School for the Daf of
Iowa, which is located south of Council
Bluff. Kach institution haa about thirty
tnachers. A short musical program was
rendered and the evening was filled out
with cards and dancing, light refreshments
being served.. The rooms were beautifully
decorated with autumu leaves, which inane
a very pretty effect.
A rare piece of old Capo-di-Monte porce
lain china was nicked up in Psris by Mr
Ryan on his recent European trip and 1
now on display at Mawblnney Ryan Co.
Entire Book Stock
To be Closed Out.
POSITIVELY QUITTING THE BOOK BUSINESS.
Every book in the house is on sale and we expect to
move this $12,000 stock by the first of the year, and increase
our stationery department as soon as the books are gone.
We invite you to call; the prices will be low enough to suit
you. The stock is clean and first class in every respect.
Come early before assortment is broken.
MEGEATII STATIONERY CO.
15TH AND FARNAM STS.
With a Globe-Wernicke "Elastic"
Bookcase it becomes possible to
take advantage of the comfortable
quarters in one's home and enjoy
reading in one's own way. Easily
moved and adjusted to meet varied
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Alaska Seal Jackets in stock and to order at reasonable
Ladies' Fur Scarfs and Neck Pieces, in endless variety,
from $1 to $100.
G. JS. SHUKBRT
313-815 S. Sixteenth
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SOUTH i 5th STREET
Every Man and"
JEWELRY, and when nrst-ctesa
jewelry can be purchased at moderate
prices, there is no reason why their
whims for Jewelry should not be con
sidered when selecting their presents.
We have Just gotten In our complete ,
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one of the best selected lines In the
;lty to choose your Xmaa gifts from.
Btep in and see our cut glass,
watches, rings, etc., and get aa
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It will pay you.
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Jeweler, Watchmaker and
109 s. 16th Opposite tlaydea
The Aiisoclatlnn of Masters In Dancing
has endorsed this waits and it bids fair to
be popular all over the country.
Read what a Bonton paper hus to say
about this dunce: "The Roosevelt is fast
growing in favor all over tha country. The
Dancing Maulers Aftoc!atlon has endnrneil
It, and are teaching It to their pupils. They
are delighted wiih it and uuy It deserves
to be popular for Itself, wholly aside from
the certain vogue it will enjoy because of
MH. AND MRS. MORAN'D will Introduce
tbla waits for the first time In Omaha at
their next Wednesday aHscmbly. The best
unuevrv nurnti it'itumiijr, mcn iwi. ... ,
will be able to learn it ahead of any one
else In the west. 80, ttrst nlghters do not
full to he present.
The new firm of Half Tone Engrav
ers and Zinc Etchers, located at 1311
Howard St., will open for business
W. It. BKAMBIVETT & CO.,
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