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THE OMAHA .SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER" 2. 100(1.
SOCIETY ASD FLOWER PARADE
'ihionibl Women Will Lund Their
Fmmoo aid An tot to Piant
FIRST OF DEBUTANTES INTRODUCED
' On a( geaeon'a Bad Presented
at fleeestlsn Wklrk la Ikf
1 Chief Event of the
Te Here-Armed Girl.
Blessings on thee, charming Nan.
Bjmmer girl, with rm o' tan'
With thy turned-up shirt wain ruffs,
, With thy rlhbons. frills and puffs;
With thy red lips, smiling atlll
Klsed by breeses (? on the hill. '
With the sunshine on thy far
(Sometimes powder tskcs Ha place);
rmrn my heart I give the toy
Would I were a summer boy!
., Social Csleaflar.
' Tl'EfrDAT The Hawver-Brlny wiling;
' marriage of Mies Orm-e olney and Mr.
i Cheater Steele; Mr. Herman Muenter
ferlng entertain i(t an afternoon cnfteo.
WKPNKSDAY Mr. Frank Mailer's lunch
; eon at tha I'ountrv cluli: l'om! Card
J club meeting with Mra. John Itrlttlnger.
'.THrBFDAT-Hnt. - John H. Hoff gives
hi-ldge luncheon at tli Country club.
. RATI" K DAT Mra. N. W. Chrlstiancy'e re
teptlon. Of the events In the Immediate futnro
poclety la Jaat now finding chief Intareat
.. In the automobile flower parade which la
,to be one of the feature of the carnival
; this year. Whenever their aupport haa
' been needed Omaha women, and partlcti
"larly those of the et to whleh the-city haa
a right to look to eatablleh precedent And
make thing popular, nave . rarely been
''. found wanting, and thla year promiaea t'
' he no exception, . Society women are lend
s! Ing their support and doing It enthusiastic.
' ally and the majority of thoae who own
,' or operate auto-niobllea,, who are In the
city." win participate In the parade on tho
' afternoon of October I. Elaborate, prepara
' Hon la being, made for the decoration of
the automobllea and' It Is eatlmeted that
' about fifty will Join the parade. Of course
theae will hot all be run by women.
' Among thoae who will operate their cart
' are Mlaa Mary Lee -MeShane, daughter of
Mr. and Mra. John A. McShane; Mlaa Beeale
' Brady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 8.
Brady; Mle Helen Davie, daughter of Mr.
and Mr. Fred H. Davis; Mra. Ella Nash;
Mlaa Florence lwla, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. E. V. Iewlaj Mra. K. 8. Westbrook:
a Mlta Ruth Brandela, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Arthur D. Brandela; Mlaa Lane,
V daughter of Mr. and Mra. Vance Lane;
VMrs. H. E. Frederlckaen and Mra. John
Lareon. The Hat la not yet complete and
In addition to the Omaha entries there will
probably be aeveral from out of town.
Bpeclal Intereat In thla season's de
butantes la rife among the society rolk,
owing1 to (he fact that thla week wltneaaed
the beginning of, what promiaea to be an
Unuaually long and Interesting aerlea of
coming out partlea, receptlona and the
naany other social events that alwaya at
t tend the entrance of youth and beauty Into
'the fashionable world Already a num
ber of datea for the: various debutantes' af
fairs have been decided upon, although not
publicly announced and quiet, preparations
' are being made for what Is alwaya con-
.. tillered one of "the evenjte" In the life of
the society girl, and the approach of which
ll eagerly, .but somewhat timidly anticipated
by the still uninitiated. The time la not far
.distant, when the real aoclal season, with
Its round of gay events, morning, noon and
, night will arrive and. banish what !UUe
apathy stilt remains In the atmosphere.
i In the east, something new and unique An
, Informal wedding arrangements haa re
cently been Introduced,' which Is deserving
of the enthualaatlc approval of the many
who hare' always preferred avoiding all
suggestions of show and formality on suoh
occasions and desired only quiet simplicity
to prevail. This wedding plan la ao very
unpretentious that the prospective bride
can now If fche wlahes took forward" to
her approaching nuptial day wjthout. the
uaual dread and petty trials. Incidental to
the laaue of the formal Invitations. , But
the burden falls heavy on her parents for
upon them devolves the task and It truly
la a task-of bidding their frlenda to the
ceremony. Thla la accomplished by per
sonally , calling, upon ' each family named
on the guest list and verbally extending the
Invitation to the wedding. Should any of
the parties happen to 'be away from borne,
the parents leave theft .visiting cards, bear
ing the daughter's name and the date and
hours of the ceremony, and If necessary
they repeat their1 call until the. personal
Invitation haa been extended. Of course
thla plan Is practical only In the event of
a limited list.
A number of engagements have recently
been announced and rumor hath It that
many more are aoon to be made public-
all of which ia the result of the "summer
maneuvers" of that expert markaman, Dan
'One of; the largest dinners at the Country
club Saturday evening was that given by
, Miss Hatel Connell, complimentary to ber
guest, Miss Eleanor Pierce of Fall River,
Maes. The table was attractively adorned
with pink and white asters snd the place
casris were pretty little affairs bearing the
monorarii of the hpetese. Covers were
laid fur Misses Eleanor Pierce, Bess Baum,
Jfn feudally, Ixiulae Peck, Marian Con
nelU Mona Kloke. Ruth Moorhead, Gwen
dolyn White and Mahle Mart, Mesara.
Joe Byrne, Lyman Peck, Richard Baker.
WlUnn Auatln, Arthur Lewis, Edward
OUdohy, Junlua Brown. Hugh McWhorter.
Jiobert Dinning and Edward Crelghton.
Mite Tjukej entertained at dinner at the
Country crub Saturday 4ov Mias Smart of
gt.'.Luult,' who la the guest of Mine Moor
, held ..The guests Included: Misses Smart.
Moohead, Georgia Kennard and Messrs.
Harley Moorhrsd. Hsrry Tukey, Rogers
Mr.' and Mrs. Edwin Swobe had as their
gueata Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Cowglll. Mr.
and Mra. E. 8. Weatbrook nnd Mrs.- Pen
nick of Loulavillr, Ky.
MY. and Mia.- T. J. Rogers entertained
4 party or tweire at dinner for Mr. Badian
and Mlaa Radian or Salt Lake City, who
are visiting at the Rogera' home for a abort
tlir.e on their way cast.
Others having dinners were; Mr. and
Mrs. W.' ft. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Austin. Mr. and UriO. Wattles. Mr. and
Mrs. A. .P. Oulou. Mr. anJ Mrs. Harry
Doorley snd M'.ss Doar.e -
Saturday evening's dinner and dance at
the Ft!4 club brought out an unuaually
Urge crowd there being, m' all sixteen
dinner parties given. Among thoae who
entertained were: .
Miss Dehlmen whnee guests, were Miss
Mable Crletl. Mr. Lee Kennsrd and Mr
Mr. snd Mrs. M. C. Peters entertained
Mr. and; Mrs. Mark Perkins of Fremont.
Mr and Mr. J U Baker and Miss Tsylor
of Bton. . ..
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Eachary'a g-uasts were
Mr. and Mrs. George Hunter and Mr. aad
Mrs. Robert Carter.!
Mr, snd Mrs. Arthur Jaqulth entertained
Mr. Robert Maneon of Hartlngton, Neb-;
Ml TCly wf Chicago and Miss Jaqulth.
Mr. Charles Wright and Miss Nina Crlas
wsre the guest of Mr and Mrs. Harry
OiU: 'giving diuneis were; Mr. and
Mrs.. W, E. Pslmetler, Mr. Wift Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald, Dr. nnd
Mrs. guniney, Mr. O. H. Tsachuck; Dr.
snd Uti. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. H. T While.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Robertson, Mr. snd
Mra. J. D. KoMer, Mr. Caylord and Mra.
J. T. Frederick.
Mrs. Edwin Swobe has recovered from an
aitnck of bronchitis.
Mis. M. H. Conant. a lio ha. been 111 since
her return from Maclnac several weeks ago.
Miss Margaret Boulter, who recently re
turned from Berlin, has reopened her
studio in the McCsgue bullftlng-
Mrs. J. J. nickel and Mrs. Charles OfTult
are located for the winter at Geneva, Swlta
orlsnd, vtliere their children will enter
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doorley lll move
.this meek from their present home on
Cuming street to Twentieth and Miami
Mr. James McKenna who haa been eix-nd-Irisj
the past month traveling In Ireland anu
Scotland, was expected to arrive In Ntw
A daughter was born September II to Mr.
and Mrs. George Tayloe of Memphis.
Tenn. Mrs. Tsyloe whs formerly Mire Nell
Krelder of Omaha.
Miss Bertha Wallln of Grand Rapids, who
la well known In Omaha, having visited
here a number of times, la convalescing
from an attack of appendicitis.
Mra. T. I Grlgor Is back from her sum
mer vacation apent at Winona Lake, and
will make her home with her .son, Mr.
W. W. Grlgor. 2124 Dodge street.
Mrs. F. A. Brogan, who has been 111, la
somewhat better and will be able to stjrt
to Excelalor Springs Wednesday. Her
mother, Mrs. Perley will Join her there.
Judge and Mra. Vlnnonhaler have recently
sold their home on South Thirty-ninth
street to Mr. Matters, snd will this week
take up their abode at 701 North Fortieth
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Zalinski have re
turned from a visit with relatives In the
esst and will not have apartments at the
Paxton aa formerly, but will go to houne
Mra. John Baldwin, returned Thursday
from Watervllle, N T., where their summer
home Is located. Judge and Mra. Baldwin
will take up their residence ln the Wool
worth home, which they have leased for
Mra Clarence R. Day of Fort Huarhuca
la expected In Omaha some time next
month to make an extended visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith.. Cap
tain Clarence R. Day will Join Mrs. Day
here to spend the holidays.
'Weddlnats mud Ensaaemenla.
Mlaa Carrie Hawver and Dr. Irving Eddy
of Chicago will be married Tuesday even
ing at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hawver, 1SH
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Becord announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss Viol
Becord to Mr. Arthur Selbel, the wedding
to take place at, the home of the bride's
parents, November 2. i
Miss May Edholm, daughter of Mr. Ben
jamin Edholm, and Mr. Frederick W. Mor
reM were married at high noon at the
hone of tho bride's father, 2B.K Charles
streat. Rev. Newton Mann performing the
ceremony. The wedding was quiet,
only relatives and Intimate friends being
present. Mr. and , Mrs. Morrell left Sat
urday evening for plenwood Springs, Colo.,
where they will make their home.
The weeding of Miss Grace Olney,
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Olney and
Mr. Monroe Cheater Steele, will take place
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the
realdence of the bride's parents, 1S12 South
Thirty-second atreet. Miss Olney' s only at
tendants will be a little flower girl and
ring bearer, and the groom will be unat
tended. An Informal reception for the
wedding guests will follow the ceremony.
Com lag Events.
Mra. John R, Hoff will give a bridge
luncheon Thursday at the Country club.
Mra. Frank Haller haa issued Invitations
for ' a luncheon at the Country club
Mrs. Herman Muenteferlng entertains at
an afternoon .coffee Tuesday for her guest.
Miss Rose McDermott of Chicago.
The Comts Card cluo will be entertained
by Mrs. John Brlttlnger. 2811 Ohio street,
Wednesday afternoon, September 28.
For her daughter, Miss Marian Chrls
tiancy, Mrs. W. i N. Chrlstlancy will re
ceive September 5 from 8 to 6 o'clock.
A stag oyster sapper will be given at the
Field club Tuesday evening, for which all
reservations must be made before Monday
evening. The purpose of the supper, aside
from the social object. Is to talk over the
club finances -and to receive suggestions
as to the best manner of raising the annual
At a meeting of the Wlnfleld club Friday
evening the club was reorganised to give
a series of dancing parties during the com
ing season Mr. Jack T Kelly and Mr.
Ray Staley were re-elected chairman and
secretary, . respectively, and Mr. Harry 8.
Byrne, treasurer and chairman of the re
ception committee. The aeries will Include
seven dances, the' first of 'which will be
given at Chambers' academy the evening of
PI ess area Past.
Mr. and Mrs. George W.. Tracey enter
tained at dinner Saturday evening for Mr.
V. J. McMullen of Ban Francisco and Mr.
Kd "Hendricks of Council JJIuffa.
Mrs. L. R. Alderson of Bemls park en
tertained informally Friday evening In
horn r of Mr. W. Ooldmark of New York.
Mr. Ooldmark gave several 'cello number
durliig the evening, some of his own com
positions. Miss Josephine Hellman acted
aa accompxilat iand also contributed sev
eral piano numbers to the evening's en
tertainment. CBe mm 4 G Gssalp.
Miss Balcomb la the gueat of her alater,
Mra. Lewis Reed.
Mr. Charles J. McClure left Tueaday for
a two weeks' vlalt In Texas.
Mrs. H. H Baldrige and son are ex
pected home this week from Michigan.
Mrs. Will Millard Is expected back from
New York the latter part of thla week.
Miss Susan and Miss Allta Holdrege re
turned Tueaday from a vlalt in Rochester.
.V. T. .. '
Mlta Marian Connell returned home Sat
urday from her summer's fating spent In
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mclntyre returned
Monday from a two weeks' visit at Bay
view. Mich; '
Mrs. J. J& House and daughter. Mrs. 8.
Murphy of Denver, have gone for a visit
Mr. Fennlck of Louisville. Ky., will ar
rive today, to be the guest of Mr. aud Mrs.
F. 8. Cowglll.
Mrs. W. A. Redlck and Mra. Joseph Bar
ker, jr., returned Saturday from a week'a
atay in Chicago.
Mlae Josephine Brady reached Omaha
yesterday after an extended tour of Qieat
Britain and continental Europe.
Mr. Frank Hamilton, who has leon vlait
ing in Atlantic City and New York tha
Wat tea day, returned home Thursday.
Miss Catherine Smith of Chicago, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clement
Chase, left Saturday evening for Bryn
Mr. Harold Pritohett left Wednesday for
St Paul's school. Concert N. H. Mr.
George Pritenetl accompanied his brother
is Cobow4 and from there went ou to
NewTork to Visit his grandfather, Mr. A.
Mra. Robert Riunney. Ringwalt haa been
vleltlrg with friends nt the fnlted Slates I
Navy Yard, Bremerton HurlKir. Puget
Mrs. Thoinaa Rilry and daughter, Elis
abeth,' have returned home after a two
months' visit In lenver and Colorado
Mra. James A. Griffith and daughter.
! Mlaa Vivian Griffith, are back from a two
months- outing spent at Atlantic City and
Mrs. Jordon of St. Iouls will arrive In
Omaha this week, where she will make
her future home with h"r daughter, Mrs.
J. R. Scoble.
Miss Mildred Merrlam arrived In New
York Saturday from Europe, where she-f
spen't the summer, and wU reach Omaha
Monday or Tuesday: '
Mis. H. M. 1 (assart y and son. master
John, of McCook. are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Tracey. Mrs. Hsggsrty
and son will leave Sunday for an extended
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lomax accompanied
their son to Bt. Paul's school at Concord,
N. H., Thursday. From there they will
go on to New York and Boston for a
Mrs. J. J. Monnell nnd Mrs. twls Brad
ford and eon Robert left Thursday for the
east, Mr. Bradford to enter Harvard and
Mrs. Monnell and Mra. Bradford to start
on a trip abroad.
Mrs. Fred Rustln and children, who have
been spending the summer at Sylvan Ike,
8. D., returned home Monday, accompanied
by Dr. Rustln, who spent the last Veek
with them at the lake.
Miss Blanche Boreneon returned last
week from several weeks spent in Chicago.
Miss Grace Sorenson left Saturday for
Ann Arbor, where she will re-enter the
I'nivcrslty of Michigan.
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Baldwin and son
Orcve of Elkhorn, Neb.', who have' been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
McArdle, left Saturday for a two months'
tour on the Pacfflc coaat.
Miss Olive I'tt, who has been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I'tt, re
turns today to Los Angeles, accompanied
by her guest. Miss May Brown. Miss
Brown contributed a fancy dancing num
ber to the Field' club entertainment Thurs
day evening and Is a graduate of the Gil
bert school of fancy dan,clng and physlcaH
culture In Boston.
Watch daily papers for Kern's millinery
opening announcement for Wednesday.
WOMAN IX CLUB AND CHARITY
Following Is the official program for
the Twenty-sixth annual convention of the
Nebraska Woman Suffrage association,
which will be held at Lfhcoln, in All Souls
church, October 2 and 3:
Monday Evening Meeting of executive
board. Tueeday, October 2d. Opening of
convention, 9:30 a. m.: Invocation, roll
call of officers, minutes of executive meet
ing. - appointment of -committees von
courtesies, credentials, resolutions and
finance. Reports of . state officers: Vice
president, Mrs. Clara A. Young; corres
ponding secretary, Llncola 8. Groat;
recording secretary, Mra. .Mary O. Ward;
treasurer, Mra. Alice Isabel Bray ton; audi
tors, Mra. Mary Smith Hayward, Mrs.
Helen K. Sterns; historian. Miss Mary H.
Williams; chairman of press work. Miss
Holly Taylor. Report of standing com
mitteee: Llbrsry work, Mrs. Anna R.
Apperson; church work, Mrs. Ollie King
Carriker; peace and arbitration, Mra.
II. Oox; Industrial problema.
Tueaday 2 P. M. Mra. Clara A. Young,
vice president, presiding: Invocation;
president's address; "How to Increase Our
Membership," Mrs. Alice Isabel Brayton;
address, Mra. Margaret J Cams, subject,
"The Woman of the Present Time." Greet
ings from fraternal delegates and national
Tuesday, 8 P. M. Invocation; music,
special; address, Rev Anna II. Shaw,
S resident National American Women
ufTrage association; offering; adjourn
ment. Wednesday, 8:80 A. M. Reports of clubs;
report of cook book committee; report of
county organisations; executive session,
open only to members of convention; plan
of work; election of officers.
Wednesday, J P. M. Report of committee
on "Work Before iArge Assembles." Mrs.
Laura V. Donlsthorpe; memorial hour, Ir.
Ines C. Philbrick presiding. Susan B.
Anthony; address. Rev. Newton Mann,
former pastor of Miss Anthony; address.
Rev. Wllmetta Marks, subject, "Woman
Barred From the Ministry;" report of com
mittee on resolutions; adjournment.
The annual convention of the Tenth, dis
trict of the Iowa Federation of Women'a
Cluba will be held at Marshalltown on
October in. The convention will be pre
ceded Tuesday evening by a reception to
the visiting women. Mrs. J. C. Jackson
of Iowa Falls Is chairman of the district
and has announced the following program:
8 a. m. Piano solo, Mlaa Katherlne Am
bmater: Invocation, Mra. Van Low; ad
dress of welcome, Mra. George Darling;
response, Mrs. George W. Ward of Kldora;
vocal solo, Mies Wanda Ward; three minute
clnb reports by delegates; report of St.
Paul biennial, Miss Harriet Lake of Inde.
pendence; "Parental Responsibility, Scien
tific Heredity," Dr. P. M. Townsend.
8 p. m. Piano solo. Miss Clara Crippe;
vocal solo. Mr. Henry Shove; "Woman's
Opportunity," Mra. J. J. Seerley of Burling
ton, president of the Iowa Federation;
"The Growth of Library Work." Miss
Bessie Sargent Smith of Dubuque; vocal
aolo, Mlaa May Smith; "Some Phases of
Civic Improvement Work." Mrs. Thomas
F. Cooke of Des Moines; discussion led by
Mrs. Maria C. Bibbs of Boone; discussion
on the enfiwement of child labor lawe. led
by Mra. T. J. Fletcher of Marshalltown;
teachers' chorus directed bv Miss King.
7:S0 p. m. Musical program: "Food Con
dition In Iowa," Mra. J. W. Cory of
Spencer; "The Value of Physical and In
dustrial Training," Blmer L Coffeen. super
intendent of schools, Marshalltown.
Omaha will contribute a representative
1 delegation to the annual convention of
the Nebraska Women's Christian Temper
ance I'nlon to be held at Aurora this week.
The women will leave Monday evening and
return Saturday. The party will include
two of the state officers, Mrs. Fred Patter
son, state recording secretary, and Mrs.
Jamea Taggart, state auditor. Besides
them there will be Mrs. Adelaide Rood,
president of the local union; Mrs. E. M.
Covell, president of the Douglss County
union; Mrs. M. P. Roe. delegate from tha
local organisation, and Mrs.' E. H. Bhlnrock,
chairman of rescue work In Douglas county.
The department fit ethics and philosophy
of the Woman'a club will meet at 4 o'clock 1
Tueaday afternoon of thla week to discuss
with Its leader, Mrs. M. B. Newton, plana
for the m Inter' a work and alao to elect a
repreaentative on the club directory. Thla
department promises to be one of the
strongest in the club thla year. ,
Local Interest In domestic science will
doubtless receive substantial Impetus this
season .from several classes In home science
and cookery that are to , be organised, In
the city within the coming two months.
That housekeeping Is a calling' above the
mere routine vt preserving order and clean
Unts and ministering to the material wants
of the family and cooking, la a aclrntlflu
mixture of ingredients wtth reference to
the health of that household, has come to
be recognised to a gratifying extent among
women and In turn, they are finding It an
absorbing atudy. The realisation that the
knowledge of food valuea la not Intuitive
but must be studied, has led to the found
ing of several new fa-nous schools where
women may receive training not only In
cooking, but la every branch of home
economics. One ef the best known of thee
Institutions Is Oread Institute, of which
nearly a dosen Omaha and Nebraska girls
are graudates. Miss Florence Ililler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hlller. la
th moat recent to complete this course at
Oread and has returned to put her training
. -1 im. flro Kb UI.b Vlillat will
Everything that is new and smart in the season's beautiful novelties is to he found in this autumnn showing of fine
apparel. Being the only reliable woman's outfitting store exclusively in this city, it can easily be understood why it is such
a pleasure to every woman to select her garments at this house. Our entire store of three floors is devoted to women's and
misses' apparel, therefore -more exclusive. There is an individuality about this store, as well as our styles, and once you
become acquainted with them you will never le content unless your garment comes from Orkyi Brothers.
We are splendidly equipped with competent fitters and can attend to jour wants In the shortest possible time, but we urge you to
to select your suit or coat without delay, as the demands upon us this week will be very great.
Two Particularly Attractive Models in the Hew Fall Suits Specially Priced
Fancy Blouse Suit
A model that Is most expressive
as showlns the trend of the new
modes. Fancy Blouse Suits, made
of broadcloth, in black, brown,
blue,' ' smoke gray and green.
Blouse Is all taffeta lined; vest of
velvet to match and fine braid.
. Specially priced at $:iO.OO.
Smart New Coats
, A long felt want Is filled In these
smart garments for Informal occa
sions or street wear. They are
made of finest broadcloth, lined
throughout with best satin; some
are elaborately embroidered in
the new scroll effects or Grecian
patterns, and others are in -The
tailored styles, trimmed with self
straps. Very specially priced at
St. Catharines Academyy
18th and Cass Streets.'
WILL OPEN MONDAY, OCTOBER 1
Under dire&ivn and manatement of
Miss FL ORENCE MILLER,
Graduate of Oread Institute, Worcester, Mass.
ResidenceThone Harney S0S9
open classes at St. Catharine's Academy
early next month and one of the most at
tractive courses will Include ' a series of
lessons in invalid cookery.
Kern, grand mlllnery opening Wednes
day. 16C8 Douglas St.
Free Exhibition of Great Painting.
In connection with their grand fall open
ing (advertised for thla week), The Ben
nett company have secured a magnificent
picture of an Immense else for special ex
hibition. It will be unveiled In the Art
rooms to The BenneU company Monday
morning, and will be on exhibition during
It Is the famous painting of the "Battle
of Aughrlm" by John Mulvaney, a gradu
ate of the Munich school and an American,
who become famous through his painting,
"Custer's I -act Rally."
The "Battle of Aughrlm" was the lat
battle fought on Irish 'soil. It waa fought
July, lt91. It being the last stand made by
the followers of King James II., whose
forces under. General St. Ruth, numbered
16,000, being opposed by the army ' of Wil
liam and Mary, 2S.O00 strong under General
de 'Ginkell. Notwithstanding the heavy
odds against them, the Catholics had the
battle practically won, when their general-In-chief,
St. Ruth, had hla head blown off
by a cannon shot. They lost heart and fell
Into disorder, aa St. Ruth'a plans of battle
had not been confided to any of the officers
The picture represents the charge of the
Irlah cavalry at the turning point of the
battle. The Castle of Aughrlm, seen in the
background, capitulated on the day follow
ing the battle. It Is still "landing. The
"Battle of Aughrlm" h considered aeeond
only to the Custer picture In point of merit,
and la unique In Its way It probably being
the only picture ever painted of thla par
ticular battle. It marks a period of great
historical Interest and Is sure to be visited
by many thousand, lovers of the beautiful,
during Bennett's grand fall opening week.
Music and souvenirs at Kern's millinery
opening, Wednesday. Uo8 Douglas St.
-Excelsior Springs, Mo., as it was and not
what It waa falsely reported to be. It Is
nOw. what la haa always been, the. great
est health resort on earth. No moequilos,
malaria or typhoid fever. ' It has les
sickness than any town of Its siie in the
I'nlted Statea. Abundance of city water,
never falling mineral sprlnga. The hotels,
bath houi-e and amusement parlors are
open the year 'round. Come and be con
vinced. It. B. custom house receipts last wet-k
Included a pedal Clavier from Berlin. Ger
many, for Mlaa Margaret Boulter, 618 Mc
Cagu Bldg. These pedals are a unlgue
contrivance used by nest organ teachers
for studio and home organ practice.
Mlaa Atletha Pare has opened an art
studio at 530 Rami Mock. China pointing,
oil and water colors.
Get a beautiful souvenir at Kern's mil
linery opening Wednesday.
Eallaskt'a Htlun Hoaae.
Major and Mra. Zalin-" have returned
from an absence of -eral weeka on the
Atlantic coast. Major Zalinski resumed
hi duties as chief quariermaetrr of the
ttyrtn.tnt el tiio Missouri Saturday
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OMAHA'S POLITE IIKSOKT
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
C. U. . K. .,
Thanking a half a million people fct
their generous patronage flaring vhe yst
season, the moat proaperona In the history
of Krag Park, X take special pleasure in
calling attention to the great attraction
offered on the last day of the season.
W. W. COLE, Manager.
The World Renowned and Peerless
The greatest Scottish Band In Uis world,
will play front 4 p. m. to 7:30 p. m.
50 Ml'HICIANH. 7 KOMHSTS
4 HIGHLAND DANCERS.
2 RAG PIPERS. 20 VOCAL CHOIR.
4 IUUTISH MILITARY BlCiLEHS.
1 GIANT DHl'M MAJOR.
THE ROYAL CANADIAN BAND
The most popular band that has evoi
played a season's engagement at
Kma rark, will play from a
p. m. to 4 p. so, and from '
T:30 p. m. to 11 p. ma..
will make the last asoenaloa of the season.
The Park never looked so beautiful
as it does today. It is a
All street ears transfer to and from
2024 IZrnamSf. Omjth
morning, relieving CapUrn Swobe. who haa
been acting In mat caoaclty during Major
.aiuiKi uusei.ee. N
The following births and deatlia were
reported to the Mouru of Health during the
twenty-four huurs ending Saturday noon:
Btrtlia K 11 1 1 1 HrtlHtng. 15 Kouth Twenty
eighth, boy; JuUu ilolxrnaa. 0x aVjuth
Ucnih? Mra. K. Andereon. 1 Buidclie
T: Math. A. Porter, 2n 8uih Twenty.
first, Juhsnna Kuliardt. Twenty-fourth
and Pratt, til; Helen Itobinaoa, -t'-' Daven
port. 6!;.Hauy Archer, 41 J Jsard. 19 days.
Music and souvenns at Kern's millinery
opening Wednesday. .....
Never before has Dame Fashion made more obliga
tory the necessity of wearing rich furs. Wisdom coun
sels the purchasers to buy direct from the maker. Our
prices are absolutely the lowest. .
Genuine London Dyed Sealskins
up from. . .'
Genuine Otter Jackets
Persian Lamb, Leipzig Dye
Natural Siberian Squirrel
Sable Squirrel Blouses
Electric Seal Jackets and Blouses JlO
up from iP-awO
Near Seal Jackets and Blouses O E'
up from ipOO
Sable Coney Jackets and' Blouses 4lO
up from. 44!
"We invite inspection of the largest and most up-to-date
line of Fur Neckwear ever shown in this city. Prices,
from $1.00 up. , '
G. E. SHUKERT, Manufacturing Furrier
We are showing a full aiid complete Ime
of street and dress Hats.
Announcement of opening later on.
HAIR DEPARTMENT. ';'
Pomp, from $2.50
prices. .IVe are prepared to do the perfect
Marcel' Waving. . v '
I F. M. SC HA
MADAME WoODliUFb j Mr. and Mrs. Morals.
, Module, School of Dancing
irmies to announce to her friends A
and patrons that she has re- Creighton Institute 210 8.
turned from Chicago, where she 18th St. near Farnarn St.
was attending the' Dressmakers Classes for diUdren, will begin on Sot
Convention, latest Styles in urday, October 6.
Holes, Hiding Habits and Even- Htv0 . A ' P- .
J Matinee C lasses 3:30 p. m.
lUtiiklt'. sent on application or tt1-
Suite S13-H-15-IH S'trillt Mock. phone Ibniylas J0ii.
Tel. Doug. Sill. mmm--mmm-mmmmm.-m-mm
iliSBTA Dickermah CH0M
VOICE CULTURE Acting1 UutlH by an sctor horn Hit tdort
AND ttsndpsinl. All suctttsry 4tprimtntt. -
ARTISTIC SINGING c ,rtll e D T. , '
... .a am. Su'te 0-5 Boyds Theater,
Studio 540 Jgmga BiK. ' ,
Tel. Harney ts7 : i Dtualsi (S71.
Tailored Coat Suit
The Illustration correctly por
trays a model that merits more
than passing attention. Man tail
ored coat suit, made of broadcloth
or cheviot, in all colors, also of
plaid broadcloth and mixed ma
terials; coat lined with best taf
feta, with cluster plaited skirts.
These suits are perfectly tailored
garments and very specially priced
New Fall Skirts
The present excellent condition
of our skirt stock calls for unusual
emphasis. Recent numerous ar
rivals have' brought all the sea
son's most desirable new models.
TWO NKW MODELS Made of
chiffon, Panama or Hitman's voiles
In the new plaited effects. 8pe".
dally priced at
313-315 S. 16th St.
. up. Switches all
DELL or CO v
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