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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1906)
TTir OMAHA srTVY ViKV.: OCTOBKl 21, 1!XV?.
SUilEN READY TO PARADE
Iiimionableg as V" , 1 as Horses Ready for
VISITING WCMiN TO CONTRIBUTE UCH
Meek rrnmlifl I. Idle Alilc from
I nmpllmrntarv A Antra In I nlr
i-nftli anil n Itt i lull
The nclet iiilie.
Tin maiden yawned liphinil tier fail
III' !-MIli.tl WOlllI and Ihi'P.
Put through tln gamy ineslifn
l':iri vanished into sit e,
And Uontcil forth i!mii the wml'L
To eharm and to Ntjiille
A Cllllln?. H lIlOI'OliRllllIri
-Mary Jtrnwtie Hunter.
l iVI iAV iprnliiK nf Ifnrse Show.
Tt.'KSOA V imtitiK Nnr.e' ilitm
VKINhiJl 'A V-MreiiiiB nf liuiniil I nzen
elnh nt l-ie rrwiiloii'i- i.l' Mr t It lt:ish:
M!s Marie AlnMer. lum li. on :U Onmlm
eluli In honiir r,f Mr. I In rui-ii ; Mr. nml
mi, i.oiiip u iinsi iniii. iiinnir In honor
of fortieth Wlili'li; iiiiniversiir) .
Ill I JtSI-A V Mis KIIm Mar Itrnwn. illnner
at Omaha elnli In honor of Mi l-oek;
Mr:. V.. Yn;t. kf-iiHlnuton.
BATI'Rn.U IiiinplitiT of ATM-rii-!in Itev-
nlnllon reieiilon nl homo of Mr. It. C.
Hnyt, In honor of Mrs. HoiimIiI Mi lyan.
Thi calendar for tlilf week iifToids little
Hide from flip one hit? nversliudowltiK
vnt. the Horne Show, for everything else
tinn hten put astide for that. It has iieen
the fip topic of n.n orarttlon for days und
It has bf"n discussed In Its pycry phase,
from th horiw'a down to the color of glovi-n,
and Just how often it will to pcrmlsmble
to wear ths mm (town. KvorythlnK If In
jvaillnns for the (ippitlnR Monday r-vr-nlnts
and It Is SHf to proiilrt that no horsp
ahnw on this rlrrnlt h:is or will afloni 11
rnori lirllliant hpi'i tin !
The rostuniliift. always an ImpnrtHtit PlP
Tnpnt In the Kin rrfs of tin" llors? Sliow. haj
rprplvpd ItB full nharf of attention this
yar, and tlipfr are prrdlrtlons that sonip
of the most maKiiiflPtnt Rowr.s evpr worn
In Omaha will be seen in the boxes and
on the promenade thla tiwk. A iiiiinlM-r of
women will wpar a diffi rent otistume at
PVery perforrnnnee. and ninotiK these will
b wonie pxiiulsite ImtKirtatlous. Miss Web
ster. Miss Marie Mohler, Mrs. I'lmrles T.
Kountze, Miss I.onmx. Mrs. W. J. C. Ken
yon and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith are
Rlways anionp the handsomely piiticil
women. The debutantes, although not yet
Introdueed, will flKtire pminini-ntly. and in
addition to these Here arp a number of
Vlsltlne women here for the week who will
contribute materially to the or-mslon.
Anions them are Mian F'ei-k of fhleaR-o.
daughter if it. Peck, president of ' the
American Bar association, who la the fruiRl
of Miss Webster, for the week; MIfs Hoe
of Kansas city, who Is Miss Iximax'f
Uticsi; Miss KldridKc of New York, the pop
ular silent of Miss HiKxinsnii; Miss Kck
hart of Chicago, who Is vIsIUiik Mint fun
nell: Mil". Jroy Taylor, who arrived Sit
unlay to lie the ffiiest of ber sister, Mrs.
W. o. (iillart, nnd Mrs. Ilareens or Hot
8pHiiKs, S. L)., who conips Monday to be
the gupst of Miss Marie Mohler. A num
ber of other KuislH are expected later In
the week to 1 ntertalned In Mime of the
prominent families of the city.
A number of giveu-ln-lionor
affaire for i
kih-kih niu iinp io enliven iiip week, j
" iioiiKit uireauy annoiinceii are I
the lunchi'iin to be given Wednesday at
the Omaha club by Miss Mohler for Mrs.
Hargens. nnd the dinner Thursday even
ing by Mian Ella Map Ilrown complimentary
to Miss I'ock. The Omaha club and
Kacqui t club will lie the scene of many an
exclutdve llitb; affair, alter the pcrfonu
imecs. The past week has been rather quirt,
most nf the affairs being club mc-dings,
for the C. T. Kuehrr club, the Marchionette
club and the Cliartnoiite club all nut for
tlio llrst time this srason. There were a
few informal affairs and several hosted es
Piitprtalned for their out-of-town guest.
Iliid Otltir or IndiKcstiuu, bmokiug,
lliinkitm or Kaiiii; Can iio
SAMPLE PACKAUB MAILED FREE.
Ut.n i- pcoplu noi.tu your u.iu Lnealh
wh id jmu would nut nutice il at all. It
Is liuuscuiiiitf in oilier pcopiu to aland be
fore the n while you are talking, jjive
litem u wlutf ot iwo of your bad breath.
It usually cuiiua from food fciiuent.iitf
oa your siouiucii. (soiueilinea you litvn
il ill the morning that awful auur, bil
ious, bad brealh. tou cull alop thai at
once by fallowing uim or two blimit
Charcoal lozniges, the no powerful
Bk and ouor urbut Ura evei prepared.
Boiir-iliiica jour nu-aU will i uveal tliem
aclvei. In your bicuii lo thoav who lulii
with you. "Vouw bad etilntij." or
"iou ve been e.ning cabbage,", uud all of
a ainidi ii . j-.i bib b in ii,0 ice of your
liirud. Cbaiioal ti wonderful ubborber
of oJuii, ,!a liny oiin knows. That 13
v.hy tiluaifa Chanoiil Linzt-ngea are to
quick to ii.iiu ei. bai-ce nd ouv.ru or odor
uus lov.ua. or kJ 1 10111 indigestion.
Uuul use budiii j-vriuuie Tliey nevir
conceal iiiv- oiler, and never abnorb
gaj lli.i i.iuses u.e ovlui. tlesiaea,
very fact nf using tliem levcu.-i tiie r.
lor lueir use. Stuart's Cl.uicoal Loxengi a
iU tile lirst piaiti Mop t(jr j.ouu ujl (liJ1,
brush a.id be.cb.ng of gaa, and iUJl.v JU1.
breath pure, fugh and iwt-l, juat afier
jvuvv i-oiiii. mm no one Will
liice uwuy ironi you when
you breathe or
tulk; your bruaiU will bo
pure and fri ao.
and besides your loud will taste bo iuu. ii
uviicr io ou at your next intal.
Ciiiiiv-oul dor other wonderful things,
too. 11 van-lea away nom your utoinacli
uu Hillbillies, all the impurities
amuse j together amj which causes the '
bad breatii Charcoal is a purlfter as well
a uu absorber.
I'hm'i'nii! I mi. u' I... .i. .
.. (UI uesi niost
any uud mild laxative known. A whole
boaful will do no baia,; in f.i,t. t ,oie
you lake ilia belter. Stuart t'harcoal
uoufce nr made ot I'Uie willow
coal and mixed nith Just a tuint
or lioiuy io niaive inei.i palaiiii a- f,
out iivil lisi awovl. loll Jiihi ebew
ihcy urn abaoiuu-ly
Jet a iim, J.uie, ewpet
biealh, frrshen j
,uui Piviinacii, ivii your next meal,' and
;eep the totestinea in good woiklng order.
These lm tMi.ga are the. recret of good
icaltli and long l.t'i. Von nil get .ill th..
ban oil iicceuiy to do tn-se Wonderful I
,ut Hr.iply tbinej by pettlnif Siurt'a '
Cburconl Ij.reiiKes. We want you to i
ei lhe.se llille wonder , )ikei yuuSelf
"to n 'U buy them, tio nd us your fui I
laiao and Jili(-i tor a He saaipie of '
ttuiata I'liarci'Ol Ixixenjca Then af;er
ou iuve tried th sample, and been con-liu-e.1,
so to your druggtat and get a 2Go
o of ihein. You'll 'tel better all over,
ori; i oniiortable. and "cleaner ' liovide.
Fi-nil us your name and addrvia tojay
ltd w v- ill ut once Ki nd o'j by mall a
-l.u.ili rackvice, flee. Addrvr K. A.
. ;uarv Cu., wi Bluait Hutu , M-iraUail,
till'- of llli cninM'tenons e.M .l til
linim- i r-t lYntuy ivnimil liy Mi s
M'-ikli- mill Ml- HiKBMiwjn in lienor of
tin Ir I'liiirmlim Kiiexi. Ml KIiii-IHk1' ' f
NVw Vmk. ntiil Tlmrml;i' evening
WrliMir In'ruiluiTd lnr usl. Mi I'm k
of I'lili'iiK'i, Ml h flcllKhtful liriilge I :i 1 1 y .
Mrs. K. II. Morsii.iin nlmi Rive a lini.il
sumely niHM.int. 1 lum lie. in FiI.Ihv In oi.ni-.liiiii-nt
to Ml. Ilyln-m, who N 1 1 1 - - Bins:
nf lnr BiKt'T. Mr. Tyler, in fnnneil lilufrs;
iiml tln-re wr-rr srvir.il mihiI! fnm tinns.
wtilili r'iil veiy pli-ii-ant.
'l'h- iipi-niiiK or I In- m w utr-'-t nr Hup
!fiwirn Omaha and Krt ('rook nuans
; nuii'li in tli" .loi li ty or hoth plai-p.i and will
; ntiililiMh tipw ii. u .inn ln-m-i pn tin- ri i
ii t s if t),at pntty post and the sorial
i woi Id of OmahH. lli ri'tofoii tin- train
; wi i '- tins hn n su.-h that. In unit r to at
! t'Td any fvinc liuns In Omaha, It was ncc-!-!saiy
In ronie lip In iIip Hftr-rnooh mid li avp
j Parly In the f-vr-niiiR. or rlso sj-nd tho
niKht In thp rily Thp pcoplp of Oinrihi
' for thin rmt'nn Iiuvp ih'Vit tnaintalned mm-p
I than a fiimial :n iii!iiiitaiii with the otll
I '!. i,r tin. Hift and thi-lr fainlllps nnd
I Poiisi'iii. iny Hip vii ial life of Omaha has
tiiiirli, for tln rr an no inojv il' liinlitfiil '
aiijwliiro Hi. hi arm tM-nrlp. The
r: or tin- ,-uiiiy srt at sm ial affairs ',
In illiani v. hii h Is Urn .i, liu-l.i nr I
pvety hotiss. Tin' psmliliNhitiK of tin- pari
I rvlop will possibly provp mi ti id to Pan
I Cupid iilno, for tht rp are many younn offl-
cprs at the fort who havp bppii waltliiK I
J anxiously for thp i-romisfi oars, and now I
Hint thpy can ko bark and forth with pa-P I
, wiry win uniloiibtPdly flBiirp prominently
in thp dolnes of (ho vouiikit sot. In fart.
I uno of yir. most popular oflleprs of thp post
Hiinoiiniil InM wppk that hp Intpnded n
navp a swiTtluart In Omaha
pars bpi'.n running-.
formal dosing of the Count rv elnh
Saturday evenlnir broukrht out th I,
of members that has h.n r.reseni
for si'veral weeks. II, , v.-idni? provf d
vety enjoyable, although ill. le was a tinae
nf retsret and sadness 'n tli' rniety. for the I
l ountry elnb affairs have an informal air
and enjoyment that I iackiiiK in th" enter
lainniiiits of the winter. On.. ,,f the mer
riest dlntii. r patties win thai nf -he two
Holf teams captain. d bv Mr. K. H.
r'prajru- and Mr. F. II. (Jaln.-s. the losing
t'am dininu the winner'. One of the
laiaest dinners was that il M. n;.d Mis.
William Sears I'oppletoi;, who rntPrtilnpd
ill honor of Mlsa Slary T'erk of Chica.).
the truest of Miss WobsVr. Covers were
la.d fur .Miss Iei k. Miss Webster, Miss
Marie Mohler. Mrs. I.eroy' T.iylor of New
York, Mr. K. W. UiXon, Mr. siockton Ileth.
lr. Hrldk-es, Mr. Karl Gamnt. Mr. and
Miv. W. O. (iilbert, Mr. and Afrs. ( harlrs
T. Kountze and Mr. and Mrs. 1'oppleton.
Captain Doane and Miss Daisy Doune en
tertained at a dinner of eli-ve.i covers, their
HueKts beintc Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hull. Mr.
and Mrs. H. l.. CiimtniiiKi, Mr. end Mi!
W. K. .Martin, Major and M-s Arrasinlih
and Mr. I'. A. Rrogan.
i me ot the rlliiuer parties o'
was composed or Mr. ;;nl Mrs ',
brook. Mis. Klin C. Nash. Miss
Mr. A. Cope, Mr. Jerome M lure
and Mrs. Hen Cotton.
Willi Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Spragne were
Mrs. Isaac Coles, Mrs. A. Heed and
Mis. Kirk of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Davla Imd at their
table Mrs. Millstaugh of Yopekt. Kar.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rrady nnd Mr. and Mrs!
Walter Taylor f'uge. Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Hums gave a dinner of twelve cottrs
ana .Mr;j. E. Btmm and Mr. Walter Hob.
erts each had eicbt triio .-,.. .
Uilnln wpre: Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Oeorge.
who hud Hiz
gupats; Mr. and Mrs, C. H
Oulou. six; Mr. V. T. Harnilto 1. four, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Redlck, thre- Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Keller, four; Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Fry.' four; Judge and Mrs. V'insonhaler,
four: Mr. .-Tom McS'iane, six nnd Colonel
and Mrs. lratt, four.
Mortal .Chit . Chat.
Mrs. lOHa Squires and Miss 'Marlon
Crandull exppct to leave soon fo a trip
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Repd havp moved
from their home, "Aloha," at Benson to
nriL'fi Harney street for the winter.
Mr. and iIrs. Arthur Keeline pxppct to
move next week Into the house at Thlrty
Mflh and Farnam streets, where they re
Pr. and Mrs. Ira C. Porter have sold
their home on Marty street and have
taken apartments at the PIcasantoti on
I'ark avenue for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Normile and their
little twin daughters of Clilcago liavo
(lime to Omaha to reside and have taken
the house at S15 Georgia avenue.
v iiiniiri i. .tiiiiiienoerg, enter pay- 1
master of the Department of the Mis-
souri. left Saturday evening for Wash
ington, w here he will become post pay- ;
inaater. Mrs. Muhlenberg, after a visit '
of a few days with her slater In fct.
Iouls, will join him. During their real- j
dence in Omaha Colonel and Mrs. Muhl- I
t-iiov-i k nave intuie many xrienua Who re
gret their departure and wish them hao
plneas in their new station.
Wrildinua unit I
The ciikuki nn-nt is
announced of Miss
Marie Staniieid Bryant, dautrhter of Air.
J. O. Hryant of Toledo, (j.. to Mr. Alibi !
Frederick Johnson, a Well-known young !
ittloriiey or thia city. Mbis tiryant will
leave November 1 for ber homo in To
ledo und Ibo Wedding will take place No
Thursday evening llie home of Mr. and
Mis. Jl. II. (.Vioper waa the scene of a qul-t
homo wedding, when their daughter. Mai
It., was married to Mr. Clement V. Patt.-r-on
of this city. (July relative! of bo.h
partus and a lew Intimate frleiid.t w.t
la ed tin. ceremony, which was perfo:ni''d
by the groom lusher. Kev. Wlilaid l'al
tfi'Min. of 1'rinctton. Ind., aElsted by Kev.
Mi Uride of this city:
At 11" o'clock, noon, Wednesday. October
17. !:, at the home of the bride's sister.
Mrs. li. J. Diuililnond, Miss Mub-1 S.dell I
and Mr. Marry II. libkluson were united!
In marriage by Kev. Lucius O. Haird, pastor j
of Kt. Mary's Avenue Congregational i
church, In the presence of the luiuitdUte j
family and mar relative. Imniedimi.'v I
i following the ceremony ire weddina- uartv '
partook of a dainty luncheon, after w hich !
Mr und Mrs Hickiiisun left fir a iu-u!
I wctdtV honeymoon trip. After November 1 i
j they will be nt home In I'ittsbuiB. Kas , i
w here Mr. lh l;lrs. n has supervision, a. J
! pi'Kinei r. of on.sti m-tlon of the Kausaa
i liy boutiii rn Hallway eoiiipjny s whups,
I ""'v In 1'iK bull: by the ArnolJ Construction
company of I'hlcago.
' A c irety Oviobtr wedding was
j that of Miss ljulse Scbat-ffer. daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Hermun Scbaeffer. to
Oito M. Korkel. w hlcli occurred
Thursday evening nt the luuii" of the
mi mi-p I'licui!-, ui i-oppieioii ax eiuip.
l'runiplly mm the clock struck the hour
of s. lo the strains of Lohengrin's wed
ding man b. played on the harp by Miss
M. .Swiinson, little Krnln Korkel, nephew
of the h'riMim. dressed in white broadcloth,
avlvancevl down the broad slanway,
tbroii'.'li the hall end across the parlor.
ciirrv:nb' 'he rinK in a large American j
Beauty rose. Next came the bridesmaid.
Miss- Manila Schaeffur. sister of the!
bride, gowned in a green dotted lit t over'
pale green taffeta, carrying a bouiiiet of j
pink und while -roses. lastly came the i
bride ou the aim of 'ut father, gowned !
in a robe of enihroldered net, elaborately 1
Inset Willi Valenciennes luce over whild J
taiTVtu. ber long tulle veil held in place .
vii.i.'- blussvun, uvl su I
tlii'iilid a slioAT Iioiimu'I 1. 1' lit ;d. ' im-.i.
j Tiny wire 1111 t In tin- ln-y wlmlon. w lin li
I was brant i f nil y ili'iorfil I Willi palms anil
j wliitp rosrs. by tin- ifiooiii and li1 . I'rst
man. Mr. Turn t'anim. la tli" pirsi n.i'
of nhoiit i'.'.il Km sts i v. I.. M M Ink
of Hip (trnir I iitin ran i li ii h m i' I i Ip
maiTlaffp n-ti innny. follow iiy v l:n ii mi
rlaliorate wnldinp supper was 3iiri1.
Tin' di't-orat ions wrrr lnautii'ii1. fialin-'v
asparagus finis hi i tic niin i-l ill ly f' .
Iimiiii il h Inn 1 1 tin W indows, ilimi'is .i s ami
I'hanili-lii'rs. wliili- many bi-unni-ls of
Aiin-rli an nrauly rnsi-s wi-r usi-d Tin1
tahlp w.(s also drioratiil with a niinr
plnoi' of A mi-riian lii':int ropi-s. l'uni h
was FPi-yi'd In tho bin !i parlor by Miss
I'"oi kid and Miss ( ilsmi A'l'T an i xti n
slr wrddiim trip in llm soalli Mr. and
Mrs. Koikil will br at lionii' at .Mil 1 -pli-ton
Mr. Clyde Hohrbough enlei In ini d a lum
ber of his young men friends at a Htaij
party Friday evening et his home, 5,Vi
Eolith Twenty-sixth strut.
Mis. J. W. Hamuli gave a delightful
luncheon Saturday, followed by luidae. for
alumt forty gtirsls. Th" moms were prrt-
I tily decorated w ith yellow eln sain ho-
ii'.uuis and uutimiu tlnwrrs.
In honor of ln r friend. Miss l.. nnie llatt
of Ann's, Ja., .Mrs. James Wlialey or I'ouu-
ell muffs gave a luncheon Friday, at which
thc;c Omaha woic.cn iittcinUn: .Vcsdamcs
F. 11. Smith. K. I,. Cain. F. II. Short and
, Mrs. K. (1. Haird entertaim d at lundiei.n
j Friday at her apartnieiit In the Diuisany
I compllinentaiy to Mrs. David Di nisou of
Chicago. The guests were: Mrs. Denison,
Mrs. K. Cahlll, Miss Craven. Mr. Warren
of Manila, la.. Mr. Hillir.
The first meeting or the Charmante club
was held at the home of Mrs. Frank Craw-
ford. obu South Twenty-seventh street,
Thursday afternoon. Prizes were wmi by
Mrs. John K. McDonald and Mrs. French.
Upsides the members of the club Miss Mary
McMcnemy and Miss Nancy Hattlu were
In celebration of her little daughter Ma
Jorles tiftli birthday. Mis. P. II. 1'pdikc
gave a delightful birthday parly Thursday
afternoon. Informal games wer, the prin
cipal amusement of the occasion. Those
present were: MIsfps Dorothy .ludson, Mar
garet Matthews. Helena Chase. Camilla
Kdholm. Pauline Coad. Dlanche Wikn,
Mercedes Jensen. Dorothy limkeit, Wini
fred Hrandt, Hazel Cpdike. Marjorie
dlke, Jack Coad, Nelson Cpdike and Lau
The members of the r. 1C. o. society
were enttrtained delightfully Saturday
ofter:ioun at a Japiuiese parly at the home
of Mrs. J. I. Cleland. WW Nicholas street.
The rooms were prettily decorated with
asparagus fern, autumn leaves and red
blossoms and were Illuminated with many
Japanese lanterns. In the parlor there
was a display of oriental curios, and dur
ing thp afternoon a musical program was
given by the Misses Haney. Kthel Cleland,
j Frances and Mary Cleland. attired In flow-
nK kimonos. In
tho dining room thp tab!..
j was adorned with a centerpiece of red ear
j nations, over which was susicndei1 a J ip-
anese parasol, from which hung amull lan-
tPrns. Orlpntal dainties were served tri
the guests, who were seated on the floor
on cushions. Presiding over the dining
room were Mis. R. R. l.p.ch. Misses Reu
lah I.epch, Patch, Rthel Green and (lladvd
Hodgklns, gowned In Japanesp eostum-s.
Co nil 11 k Kvrnln.
Mrs. Casvr .E. Tost ba.s lasurd Imita
tions for a kensington Thursday nf ternoon.
The sPOond dance nf the Visiting Nurse
will be given at Chambers' Tuesday even
Mlsa Marie Mohler will give a luneheon
at thp Onuilin club Wednesday In honor of
her guest, Mrs. Ilargens of Hot Springs.
The Round Dozen club will meet Wednen
day nf the residence of Mrs. s. R. Rush,
vhen Mrsi Rush mid Mrs. W. R. T.ighlon
will be the hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. Tamils Rothschild will cele- I
hrale therr fortieth wedding anniversary
by giving a family dinner Wednesday even- j
lug at their home. LM"S St. Mni'y's avenue. ;
MIsm Kiln Map Rrown will give a dinner '
Thursday evening nt th Omaha club In i
; honor of Miss Mary Peck of Chicago, and ;
j afterwards the party will attend the IToi-so '
j show. j
j The Daughters nf the American RpvoIh- j
1 tion will give a reception Saturday evening i
j In honor of Mrs. Donald Mclxan of Wash
j Ington. president of the Daughters of the!
, -Vinci n-iio iwvoiuiion, at the residence of
Mrs. R. .(?. Hoyt.
Come nnd Go fjonklp.
Mrs. C. W. l.yinan returmd from the east
Saturday morn lug.
Minn Sloinan of Detroit Is the guest cf
Mrs. A. D. Hraudris.
Mr. and Mrs. i. A. Joslyn Sicnt several i
days in Chicago thin week. j
Miss l.ynn Curtis left Tuesday for Lake
Forest, ill., to visit Mrs. Jacobs. I
Mra. 1 Iierz of Lincoln, Neb., is the 1
suest of Mr. and Mrs. Haniuel Kaiz. 1
Mra. Sol Hopper has returned from a
Visit of two months on Die pacific cnu.d. '
Mr. and Mrs. U illlaiu Si uvlke have Kone i
lo K,xeelslor Spriims to sjh ml two weeks.
Miss llortense I'lurke has returned from
where she spent llie nam-
Mis Knola Dext.-r and Miss
have gone to Los Angeles I.
; time. '
I Uourke spent
A. llorbuch and Mi,
a few days this w-i ek in
' .Mr. and Mrs. II. f. Itird
"012 'ass street,
's I.' N expet I
j ale visiting friends at the
I Mis. K. V. Lewis and Mis
I to leave Wednesday lor New
i ork to ypi-ml
sirs, i.ymaii row. r of I
guest for a few days of Mi
Mrs. Mary Auld and Miss
have returned from a trip of
in llie east.
MiHi Mary Iee Mi-Shane expects
this week for Hot Springs, Ark.,
Miss Clara Hi lie Hoc of Kansas City has
arrived to sieiu! Morse hn v. i U w lt'i
Miss Mildred Loiiiax.
Mrs. T. It. M.i'hiisoii and Miss .MePii.r
soii are expecicd to return from Nv w Yoi a
the llrst ot the nmiiih.
Mrs. Jjobcrt i.. li .ionium ii'i.l ,-1,11.1 I.l
j returned from Hui lii-ctoii. la., win ve they
i visited Miss Cnterl.lischfcr.
, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Or.de of Oakland.
C.il.. are the gu. st.s of Mr. and Mis. ..
j W.iegon.-r, 1M Park avtnue.
Mr. und Mrs. Bum M.geuth of Franklin.
; Ph.. will urrive Monday to be Up. gu sts
of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hurgess.
ms. v um i-iince or Pueblo, fido
ill the city, the gncsi of ber uncle
aunt, Mr. and Mis. W. S. Wilccx.
j Mrs. Lero Taylor of New York ils
j riveu io ne ine gin.st or b r .sister,
. W. o. lillbert duting the Morse siio
nr. uiiiiunrt oi iiunnar, win. r,s i
the guest of Mrs. ts. C. Car8on-Lowrey
St. Mary's avenue, has returned In.,,,.
Mrs. A. It. Kiik ami .Mrs. Pitehj,. , m
cago. who are the guests of Mr. and Mr.:
K. 11. Sprague. will return bom.. i,,'M w e ,;
Mr. Knd I.owrey of aioux City,
ben llie gust of bis mother, Mrs. S. i:
Carson ljwrey, l.as gone east to vimi
.Ml.'s KJit.i Apgur will have as lnr me si
during the Hjise .show Ml.-s Aln-.
Apgur of Ijps Mulnes und Mrs. o
Mian t0-l li.ile
of fent"! cllle
bsa b-.en the Kuest
ot bvi aunt.
S .1 V r TIM'
I-IIS IK I '
1 1 i t ry
Ii i t .i
1 ' .
I iniin i
M'l" III I'll!
and Mrs. I
w. i Ii. wl'il
..-iii'l- lli .
M i l;ui Ki nr.ul -,,,s i i'tui in d I i niii
nf two months in Cnlnrad.i. during
r-ltv islii . I'.oiitd-r. Coiiiiadu
Miilllloil i.nl I.Iiumi
I-.m.ii b'ii )vr inis nturnid from
K i lis. 1
r -i ui 11
City. Wli'lr she attilideil
In r S'Fi. r. Mls. ll. l. nc
t hr mi- i
lilli liltiK- '
i.l Mi-. Wii., r;e Ib-mpiilil.
nd Mr. ThnniM. Kilputikk have
i ironi a summer's sojourn In ti,o
which tl,..v visi'cd Car Il.ir
I'linps. laike Placid and other
Miss Hnnoie (illison. who has beu the
Burst of Mai l ui Conned for a Tew days.
, en route to In v home from a Hip to Alaska
1 and the Canadian PvoVkiis. left for her
hoiue in Tarry-town. N. Y . Friday.
! Mis Mui-i;iii'i Ite liowen of Delphi. Ind..
arrived Saiutday. to be Hie gin st or M ss
.Marion Conn. 11 during the horse show,
'and Miss Nora Carey of Indianapolis and
' Miss Dorothy Kckhnrt or Chicago will ,11
! ri e the hist or the week, to be the guests
, of Mi i.s Council also.
I Mr. and Mr. John Jackson have n tinned
I from a two months' nip nut west, visiting
and Mrs Janes Stoekd.ll" of Seattle,
h. They also visited other iihicc ..r
Interest in Washington and llrklsh Colum
bia. CKin returning home tin y were very
much sui prised to find that their daugh
ter and nlere had tin ir new home all In
readiness for thein and alxiut twenty old
time friends gathered there to welcome
Fop Surf III run nml Colli In (best
use Omega Oil. Trial bottle 10c.
piano and organ, 518 Mc-
llic Home Miow.
ill draw the swell costumes, and to hp
properly fitted out you should wear some
of our exipiisite Horse Show jewelry.
Ve e kept this in mind and arp now show
ing a beauiirul collection of brooches, hat
pins, stick pini. charm, etc. If you've In
inlnd a diamond ring, pin, brooch or charm,
we've the choice collection to select from.
We'd like you to give us a call anyway.
MAWHINXKY & RYAN CO.,
Jewels nnd Importers. 15th and Douglas.
Have been the
Sold hy the leading dealer in
every community. If a man
sells Lanpher Furs it is evi
dence that he is Fur-Reliable.
' Our booklet. "Judging Furs,"
tells wrial every man and
woman snoulJ know about
Furs or all uses.
Lanpher, Skinner & Co.
Fur Garment Makers
f,!33 BLANCHE SGREfiSO.i
Studio 548 RimM BIk.
Tel. Harney 2687.
Begins this Week
210 South 18th.
Vc(!iiiv.lay, 1:1.- I'. M.
S;tturlt,v, 2::0 I". l
SiiM'Kliiy. :S:'M . M.
Brginncrs. $15; Advance, $10
' .ti s. in 1 ,i
Ii is iiiip
in w w i i k
Air ;ii d
ti ir .u. s
'2 " ""5 ' in!
i kreenrranr r 'igtT:nrTr.jf .air
Tht fall seasoi is now in (u!i sway ani wc are grandly ready to meet the demand
for it. The smart:st conceptions of every mikcr who is r:iiab!e anJ up to dat: arc
represented in Ovir assortment of
Women's Coats, Sells, Skirls, Waists and Fur,
Advance ideas, correct lines, newest fabrics and high
what go to make our garments so much in demand.
Novelties in Tailored Suits
I'oiiiitiful liiilcrctl suits, mnilo of line vel
vet, imported l;iin nml elieek broad
cloths and worsteds, in all the newest
colors, perfectly modeled in all the newest
$25, $33, S35, S'I9 and $45
A very beautiful selection
all lmest ami newest,
Auditorium, Nov, 12
I'nder local nianaK-ement of Clem
ent Cha-se and Warren M. Koners.
(The ureal Italian composer.
Orchestra and Soloists
rrom "I,a Scala," Milan, Italy, th
larg-est t boater In the world.
ENSEMBLE Or 75 PBE3ENTINQ
Pagliacci Roland de Berlin
A new AVE MARIA, dedicated to
Fop Plus X.
A new march, VITA I.' AMERICA,
dedicated to President Roosevelt.
Mesdainea Ferrabinl, Calvi. Rlainl.
Messrs. Barbainl, Farya, Bel
lntl, De Ferren.
Prlces-$1, $1.50. $2
Advance subscription sale now
open. Address Chase - Tinners, l."d)j
Howard tvt. Tel. I lunulas ' 5 .
The Omaha Bar Association offers n
reward of $500 for the detection and
conviction of any portion attempting to
bribe or corruiit a juror, or for the de
tection and conviction of any lierson
called as a juror who shall receive or
HRree to receive any consideration for
the giving of his verdict in any cause
in any state court in Douglas county,
Neb. And a like amount for the de
tection and conviction of any person
found guilty of the crime of perjury in
any of Raid courts.
HOWAItl) II. ItAMmifiK,
Pres. Omaha Bar Association.
HAULKV i. .MOOKIIKAII,
15th and Harney
1,1'sj.sutis every Tuesday
mitl I'riil.iv, H I. M.
TKItMS, 1- I.esMdiK,
ladies, S; Gcn'.lrinir., $6
Tin- le-sl dancers a
1 1 1 n i s s i o . i . L' ."i i-'-nis
Kooni or sil'i;.-
l. Nil 1 1 I'llp.ls.
has become one of the most fa
vorably known gentlemen in
the traveling world. He has
been chosen from among the
thousands of his fellows for his
ability to prepare the repasts
that help to make traveling via
the Midland such a pleasure.
See that your ticket reads be
tween Denver and S.ilt Laice
City via the Midland Route and
enjoy superb trnir. service and a
journey through the heart of the
F. L. FEAKIXS, Gen. Agent,
219 So. 141b SI., 0 VI MIA.
SPEERS, G. P. A. 1
DIWtR, tCLO. J
pparel for Woiiei
Beautiful New Evening Waists
of evening waists wi
just from the makers. Prices range
$7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $20.00 and Up
OMAHAS'S MODERN JEWELRY STORE
The Source ot Authoritative Things in Jewelry
And particularly so at this season, when wc are showing a
most attractive line of
Brooches, La Vallicrs and Bracelet
Especially suitable for Horse Show week. These articles
come jeweled in diamonds, atjua marine and peridots, also the
Gold and Silver Smith. Sixteenth and Harney.
fiYMNASilJAl FOR WOMEN AND CIII1.HRFN S
BOTI.ES BUILDING. TI.SIB SCHWARTZ. Director.
tills' Class Saturday. !l::til A. M. and Wednesday, 4 l M. m
U omen's Class Alonday and 'i liursday, 1H:H( A. M. fj
t her 'lasses liy arranKeincnt. ,'J
JiiiuetnK 1'lasses for little eliildren. a
'relcrdione tied btioZ. (N
Before lmyiiiK a piano or orpan do not fail to pay tia a
visit of inspection. 600 instruments to select from, in
cltnlinR the world's bent, Slciiiwny JC- Sons, Sleoer,
ll.irdiiiiiii, .. . Chase, lOmersoii antl tliirtoen oil i r
standard makes. We employ no commission salesn en
and nive t he pnrchator the benefit or litis big savinK- '
Why jiay $50 or $100 more for ti .ino than is neces
sary? Pave this sum hy taking advance:) of our orig
inal one low, net price, iilike to nil, and no cjnimis
sions. New pianos to rent, $:i..jO monthly. Ka.y
I'liyineiits, $10.00 down and $5.00 monthly is all it
costs lo own a good piano if you buy it from Ihe
Schmoller (Si Mueller
I.!ii''t Handlers of I'iaini
131M313 Farnam St.
1vsfT:rT,'Tr,r. my . i-.it y
Thvio aiv rciistiiis why
s (Iflii'icus. V(' Know
have loariK-tl from cxji'
foinl.iiu'il Avitli quality
( 'liofolalt's tli.sliiictivt1.
are a little hetter tlian
we tae jiartieular pains to make tht
At the Morse Show, at
have with you a box
for Mile at our store
art tai.oring about sum up
The New Coat Styles
j'(Vcninj carriage and street coats -the
highest art will be found embodied in our
coats for all occasions. Kvery new model
will be found here, in black and all the
wanted shades. Prices--
$15, $20, $25, $35 and Up
for the first time tomorrow;
in (lw Vsl.
i:.st. i .-.
DylmllV ( 'liiicnlc-h
how to inakt- tlicin
- rii'iit. 'l'lii fjM.riciifi
is what makes 1 ) 1 m li s
The reason wliy
anv otlurs is
or a: I
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