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THE OMAHA SUNDAY PEE: NOVEMTVER 4, 100(1.
. this Week
PERSIAN LAMB DLOUSES
"A Made in the very latest style
w hrnrnHH cntin lininrr. unrth
up to $125.00 tliis week
GENUINE OTTER JACKETS
Full 24 inches long best of
lining this week
KRIMMER BLOUSES ME JACKETS
All pure goods arid made up
and finished in the best pos-
$35.00 to S55.00
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Scarf nd Fur Neckvtear. Saddle and Pillow
Muffs in every Fur known are found reliable
, 'to the wearer at bargain prices.
G. E. SHUKERT
Manubelurlng furrier . 313-315. SOUTH ISIh ST.
SOCIETY RECEIVES A NEW BUD
Iitrodaction of Second Debutants Coaspic
ens Efentof Tosy Week."
TWO OTHtRS TO COME OUT THIS WEEK
Presentation of Mine Helta rals
aad Mlas Mourn KloUe 1o Ocrn
aloa Two nrllllaat
u: u-t. .lj. j:n - muss
nd Cut Glass
OmaliaY Modern Jewelry House
- We handle only HIGH "GRADE GOODS of
special 'merit: Artistic designs and exclusive pat-
; terns add much to the pleasure an article from
1 EDHOLM'S conveys. ' '
' New goods arriving daily; Which we will take
"grea pleasure In ehowing-you.
, end Harney.
THE GEM IF ROMAKCE
Many writer have written ex.
citing tfr" of.'narratlve and adertturavabogt them. ..They have been',
known from early antiquity and.always prized highly, and will be more
bo as "Time" passes on.. Most persons -possessing them consider them
their best asset; for, should necessity oyer arise -whereby cash was
needed ori'very short notice, there la nothing that oho could' realise '
much on, op as short a notice ami
with less pubpetty, as on Diamond
well bought. We have made thejn
a study for thejast twenty, years
and are ready ' to ' assist ti "in
making a selection, , I
FINE ORIENTAL RUGS
We have just received two bales" of Oriental Rug from the Custom house,
they being direct from Persia. Uur' prices are reasonable and the Kugs are
absolutely euaraoteed. Come and s;e thuya. ' 1 ;
J. I. Taminosian (L Co.,
Vpon my mouth there la a kiss;
won't someone come and take lit
Within my heart Is boundless biles,
A tender little heart Is this;
Won't someone come and break it
MONDAY Temple Israel Sisterhood whlet
Tl KSDAY Visiting Nurses' dance at
Chambers'; Mrs. W. K. C'.tirke snd Miss
Clarke, reception and supper for Miss
WEDNESDAY T. P. A. Woman's auxil
iary, cards at home of Mrs. Worthlng
ton; Mrs. Morris Levy, luncheon; Round
Dozen club. Mrs. D. L. Johnson.
THCRBDAY Mrs. F. H. Davis, reception
and dinner for Miss Helen Davis; Mrs.
Colpetier and Mrs. Wllklns, buffet
luncheon; Company 1 dance at Cham
bers'. FRIDAY Mrs. W. O. Henry, luncheon;
Capitol Hill club dancing party at Cham
bers'; Mla Brady, bridge club.
SATURDAY -Banquet uud reception at
Society Is still feeling the effects of the
Horse Show, for most of the women who
entertain largely have confessed to hav
ing spent the past seven days resting
up, and have not cared to entertain or
be entertained. The week has, therefore,
been uneventful, though busy. The
affair of chief consequence was the Con
nell reception and dinner Weanesday even
ing, which called forth society from its
rest In large numbers, for the greeting
of a debutante is always pleasant and will
attract people when an ordinary reception
would not. An additional attractive fea
ture was the presence of three charming
Vassar girls who received with ' the
It is not often that the receiving line Is
composed of so many Interesting young
women. The dinner following was also dif
ferent In several ways, as Halloween gave
an opportunity to Introduce several things
out of the ordinary. The Brandeis dance
laBt evening in honor of Miss Gladys Sloman
was also a delightful affair, and really
served as a housewarmlng In their new
home, for It Is tho first entertainment they
have given since occupying It. The presence
of several visiting women was also the oc
casion for luncheons and dinners, one Of
the most delightful of which was that given
by Mrs. J. H. Pratt Thursday evening in
honor of Miss Eldrlge and Mrs, Taylor Of
New York. Mrs. Yost and Mrs. Merrlam
were hostesses at delightful luncheons also.
In compliment to out-of-town guests.
Society Interest this week Is centered In
the coming out of two more charming
young women. Miss. Helen Davis and Miss
Mona. Kloke. The first to make her bow
will be Miss Kloke, who will be Introduced
at" a large reception to" be given Tuesday
afternoon by Mrs. W. 'E,' Clarke and Miss
Hortensr Clarke, !irc-long friends cf the
Kloka family, who came here from West
Point, Neb., several msnths ago to reside.
Miss Kloke, who Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Kloke, was for some time
a student at Brownell Hall, where she made
many friends, who will welcome her Into
society, where she will undoubtedly become
very popular, as she is one of the moat
charming members of the younger set as
well as a talented pianist. Miss Davis will
be presented by her mother, Mrs.' F. II.
Davis, at a reception Thursday afternoon,
the reception to 'be followed by a dinner
for a large nuniber of young people. Miss
Davis, who Is a young woman of .much
charm of manner, also attended Brownell
Hall and finished at an eastern school. A
daughter of one of Omaha's oldest and
most prominent families, her soda) pros
pects are very bright. The buffet luncheon
to be given by Mrs. Colpetzer and Mrs.
Wllklns Is an event of Importance, and the
reception and banquet at the Omaha club
Saturday evening In honor of several dis
tinguished visitors will interest society In
general, although th Invitation list will
naturally be rather limited.
the best mien and the bridesmaid was Miss
atauito Huston, while little Miss Laberta
Huaton acted aa rlngbearer and carried the
ring In an American Beauty rose. The
Lohengrin wedding march was played by
lr. Ben. Stanley . as the , bridal party
entered. The bride wore a pretty princess
gown of white liberty silk, trimmed with
Baby Irish lace, and carried a ahower of
bride's rosea and lilies of the valley. Miss
Huston was attired in a princess gown of
green silk and her bouquet was of pink
carnations. The rooms were attractively
decorated with amllax, ferns and white
chrysanthemum. After a ahort wedding
trip, Mr. and Mrs. Spitln will be at home
at 2518 Blnney street after November 15.
The out-of-town guests were: Mrs. Spain
Of Lee Summit. Mo.; Mrs. W. C. Smith of
Cottonwood Falls. Kan.; Mrs. Albert Purdy,
I.ohrvllle, la., and Mr. Vail E. Purdy of
216 McCagne Block
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Evening, 5 to 8 o'clock
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Halloween, with Its Jack o' lanterns,
Its pumpkins, its phantoms and all Its
long list of grotesques, played a promi
nent part. In last week's aoclal affairs, af
fording aa It does Immeasurable oppor
tunities for novelties In the way of dec
oration, refreshments and. Innumerabls
unconventional stunts. Pumpkins we.se at
a premium, ' for their decorative valJe Is
unexcelled, and grinning yellow faces wore
In evidence on every side. Many who
essayed the role of seer at some of t'.ie
gatherings, previously unsuspected of
gossiping propensities, developed talent
unrivaled by the professional. People of
all ages laid aside dignity and bobbed
for appleo, walked downstairs backward,
peering Into mirrors, and did all the
other things that on any other occasion
could be classed little short of Idiocy.
Sheet and pillow case parties were nu
merous and more than one bit of mis
chief charged to the small boy was in
reality the work of merrymakers of ma
In this day of extravagant luxury and
striving after novelty, a really unique din- i
ncr Is an accomplishment that even an
experienced hostess might covet, but
when auch a triumph la attained by a
man, and a bachelor at that, it becomes
sn event that renders comment excusable
and causes the busybodlea to deplore that
such talents should be given to a man, cr
at least to one unattached. Thia Is what
happened In Omaha last week, and it has
afforded the busy onea a sweet morsel
because. The host was a bachelor attor
ney and the dinner, a Halloween affair,
was given at the Omuha club in compli
ment to one of the visiting women.
Mrs. Harry Wllklns entertained at a
very orettv luncheon Saturday, followed
by bridge. Yellow chrysanthemums J
were used In the decorations and covers
were laid for twelve.
The Big Four club entertained at a
very unique Hallowe'en party at the
home of Mice Jennie Mole Wednesday
evening. The house was decorated In au
tumn leaves and jack o' lanterns and the
evening was spent In fortune telling and
Mrs. TV. II. Gates entertained- again
Thursday afternoon at a kenslngton, the
decorations being the same as on the pre
vious afternoon. A guessing contest af.
forded the entertainment of tho afternoon,
the prize being won by Mrs. F. N. Foster.
The guest list Included Mesdames Shcpard,
Kelly, Ayers, Beard, Others, Chlsm. I. W.
Carpenter, Douglas, Eaton, Fry, Holmes,
Johnson, 1.0 ne, McKey, Martin, Nicholson,
r.lch, Scott, Foster, George Wilcox, Chase,
Bedford. Burket and the Misses Lane,
Eaton, Pritchard, Smith and Nlles of .Fre
mont. Miss Tillle Doll entertained at a Hal
loween party Tuesday night at her home,
30(12 Jones street. The guests were met at
the door by a sheeted ghost. Miss Anna
Alioth, and were conducted to a fortune
teller, Mrs. M. F. Murray, where many
gay and sad events were foretold. The
evening was spent in games and music The
prizes were won by Miss Anna Alloth and
Mr. Clarence Forbes, while the booby was
awarded to Mr. Frank 'Jreener. Refresh
ments were served at a late hour. Those
present were: Misses Anna Alloth, Lizzie
McCune, Charlotte Noack, Mamio Forbes.
Gertrude Bchramer, Wallle Jones, Laura
Larson, Ombalena Warned, Kate Rosso,
Tillle Doll, Mrs. M. F. Murray, jr., Messrs.
Oscar Boonstia, Leslie Norgard, Clarence
Forbes, Herman Schramer, Frank Greener,
Henry Nlgard, Frits Nigard, George Peters,
Edward Peters, John Bando, Tony Ban do,
Adam Bando, Earle Reel.
: Mrs. W. H. Gates entertained delight
fully at cards Wednesday afternoon.
High five was the game, the first prize,
a cut glass vase, being won by Mr. A. B.
Jaquith, and the second, a water-color
picture, by -Mrs. H. 3. Penfold, while
Mrs. Andrew Traynor was awarded Iho
third, a hand-painted plate. The guests
were: Mesdames C. W. Allen, T. W. Al
len, J. Bryans, W. J. Bradbury, Ed.
Brown, Charles Colby, B. W. Christie,
Charles Crandall, G. B. Eddy, A. W. Ed
miston. Engel, Eldrldge, H. O.. Frederick,
Jacob Fawcett, A. Hoag, C. B. Helmer. A.
B. Jaquith, G. H. Kelly, Lees, Harry
Lawrie, B. ; A. McAllister, Charles Mul
len, Clinton Miller, David Miller, a J.
Oehiltree, F. S. Owens, D. J. O'Brien, H.
J. Penfold, Paul patton, F. F. Porter, Ben
Bobldoux, William Ross, Andrew Ross, E.
P. Bmith, Saunders, F. G. Strelght,
Stokes, A. Traynor, Williams, Ed. Wilcox,
R. S. Wilcox, Charles Wilson "rVard. Miss
Smith, Miss Fawcett and Miss Eowie.
One of the largest .(.(fairs of the week was
the dance given CJaturduy evening by Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur D. Brandeis in honor of
their niece. Miss Gladys Sloman of Detroit.
The guests were received by Mr. and Mrs.
Brandeis, Miss Sloman and Miss Ruth
Brandeis down stairs In the large living
room, which was prettily decorated with
red berries, and then went upstairs to the
third floor, where dancing was enjoyed
until a late hour. Here the decorations con
sisted of numerous American flags, and red,
white and blue bunting. ' Red berries and
autumn leaves adorned - the pillars and
three cosy corners afforded attractive rest
lng places. The programs were little flogs
and the national colors were also carried
out In the refreshments. A stringed
orchestra furnished the music, playing
long program of the latest dance music,
About fifty guests were present, among
them the following from out of town: Miss
Sloman of Detroit, Miss Gertrude Friend
of IJneoln, MHi Hlrsh of Des Molnee, Mr,
Ralph Lowenthul of St.-Louis, Mr. Kauf
man of St. Louis, Mr. ' Krelborne of Chi
cago and Mr. Edgar Pollock of Chicago.
Wiien You Write to
remember 'It takes only an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fict that
you saw tbe aa. rn The ttea
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellne have
moved to US South Thirty-fifth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Suules have muvud
Into their new home at outh Thirty,
Mrs; Francis C Giublo ia spending the
uutumn at Northampton. Mann., wlier?
miss Katnenne Grable Is attending Smith
Mi. L. D. Vogfl announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Wra Elizabeth
l''l-mliig, to Dr. Charles Martin O'lxuiy of
Mr. and Mra. A. W." Scrlbner have an
nounced the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Lei U t Tibiier, to Mr. i'uul
llunnon Wernher. The wedding win taKe
place In lJecember.
The marrUge of Miss Byrd Purdy and
Walter e'.ayle 8nalr, which was aole.nnlxed
Saturday evening at fc o'clock at the resi
dence of the bride's father, Mr. Fuejene
Purdy, l-3 Noun T went y-nf Ui su eel, was
a very pretty weditlng. The ceremony was
performed ty Rev. Frank L. Loveland of
the First Metliodiat church, In the prea- General
The Blrdge club will meet Friday with
Miss Bessie Brady.
Mrs. W. O. Henry has issued invitations
for a luncheon Friday.
Mrs. Robert Dosler will entertain the So
cial Dozen club Tuesday.
Mrs. Morris Levy will entertain at lunch
eon Wednesday In honor of several visiting
Mrs. D. L. Johnson will be hostess at
the meeting of tbe Round Dozen club next
The Visiting Nurses will give another of
their ' enjoyable dances at Chambers'
The Kountze Place Luncheon club will
meet for the first time this season with
Mra F. 8. Owen next Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Colpetzer and Mrs. Harry
Wllklns have issued inyltations for a large
buffet luncheon Thursday afternoon.
The Temple Israel Sisterhood will give a
whist party in the vestry rooms of tbe
temple Monday afternoon at S o'clock.
The Ladles Auxiliary oi the Travelers" Pro
tective association will entertain their hus
bands at a card party Saturday evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Getten,
1403 Harney street.
The first party for the season of the
Cupitol Hill Dancing club will be given at
Chambers' Friday evening. It will be guest
night, the members being privileged to
Invite friends for the occasion.
Mrs. Frederick H. Davis will give a re
ception Thursday afternoon from 4 until
t o'clock to Introduce her daughter, Mlaa
Helen Davis. A dinner for a large num
ber of young people will follow the recep
tion. The first of the series of dances to be
given by Company- L, Thurston Rifles,
will take place Thursday evening at Cham
bers'. The dates of the other dances are
December 3. January 3, February 14,
Marc h 7. April 11 and May . Several In
formal affairs have been planned to be
given at the armory also.
Mrs. W. E. Clarke and Miss Hortense
Clarke will give a reception Tueaday aft
ernoon at their home, l;9 North Thirty
eighth avenue, to introduce Miss Mona
Kloke, who recently came to Omaha with
her parents, Mr. and Mra. R. F. Kloke, to
reside. The reception will be followed by
a supper for the assisting young women
and a number of men.
The notable function of the week will
be the dinner and reception to be given
at the Omaba club Saturday evening in
honor of Mrs. John A. Logan of Chicago.
Granville Dodge of Council
ence of about seventy-five guests, the bridal i Bluffs, General O. O. Howard of New
party etanding In the baywlndow In the I York, Senator William Warner of Kansas
parlor, whlcn was riettily decorated with City, General J. C. Black- of New York,
aapaiagna terns and white chrysant he- General Fred Grant and N. P. Dodge of
n.uius. air. A- li. Waugb of Ci.lcgu was CouauU kluXta. Omaha altUene always
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jAl5 1 0 DQUGLCVS Stjj
NEW COATS AND TAILOR SUITS
That Will- Satisfy The Most Exacting Taste
Exquisite New Tailored Suits at $25
Monday's particular feature will be the
introduction of a superb group of new Tail
ored Suits at $25.00. One of the choicest
collections ever shown. These suits were made
by expert tailors, of selected materials and
trimmings and are representative of the very
highest class of suit production. They are
shown in a complete range of . the season's
styles, in all the new modes and effects. Be
sure to see them. They cannot be duplicated
at the price elsewhere.
Beautiful New Coats at $22.50
A truly magnificent gathering of "Wom
en's Fall and "Winter Coats will be shown for
the first time Monday. A gathering that is
typical of the highest art of coat making,
and that displays such briSiancy of style,
originality and skill that it is quite in a class
of its own. In the groups are loose coats,
fitted and semi-fitted coats, in all lengths, in
beautiful fancy weaves, as well as in plain
colors and black. The values are remark.-able.
New Silk Petticoats
Several hundred new Silk Petticoats just received. The styles are correct in every
detail and only the very best quality of silks are used. It is undoubtedly the largest assort
ment of styles and largest color range and positively the best values 6hown in the city.
The prices range
5.50, 6.25, 7.50, 8.75 and $10
The largest, most complete stock
of fur garments in the city.
1 Made to order garments a spe
cialty. Every garment nade in our own
shop. Prices below competition.
Genuine Canadian Otter Jacket
made to your order.
$175 "Sr. $150
I have the finest assortment of
this class of otters ever shown here.
All! A R A lift H 1508 Doufllas Street.
ilJlJimaUFi&JIJLlf lotraaceThrauih HlUlssrr Stare.
Hand Painted China
Fremiti tome interesting features. The beautiful
$hapes, pUa ing decorations and brilliant color
ing, together with the rich gold work, all combine
to give it that exclusive merit so much appreciated
by people of taste and refinement. Bee our large
new (oci' . :-: :-:
Mawhinney & Ryan Co.
Importers and Fashionable Jewelers. 15 and Douglas Sis.
Our new lines of stationery for the fall and winter are now on display.
TAIXV CARDS, BRIDGE SETS, J
A NKW SOUVENIR ROOK OF OMAHA,
WATERMAN'S IDKAIj FOUNTAIN PENS,
GENTLEMEN'S CARD CASES AND rOCKEIDOOKS, J
CRANE'S FINE STATIONERY. H
ENGRAVING FOR WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, ETC. J
THE M0YER STATIONERY CO.
220 South 16th St.
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Yor the next ten days we will offer
a large assortment of slightly used
Pianolas within the reach ct the moat
economical buyers. These instru
ments have been returned to us in ex
change for Pianola Fianos toid Metro
style Pianolas, and are in the best of
playing order. , In inott , instance
hardly distinguishable from tew In
struments. This sale extends an ex
cellent opportunity to obtain a fl rut
class Pianola at a greatly reduced
Among the Instruments offered are:
One Lbony Pianola, $125.
One Mahogany Pianola, 91BO.
One French Walnut Ptanola 9175.
One Kosewood Pianola, almost new,
Other Players, taken In exchange
for new Metrostyle Pianolas and
pianola Pianos, 97B, 985, 9x00 and ui.
To obtain first choice we would ad
vise an immediate visit. We would
be pleased to receive a visit of inspec
tion from you whether in the market
for an instrument or not.
Pianola Pianos snd Pianolas can be
Jiurchased on easy monthly payments
Free Pianola demonstrations dally
In our Aeolian Department. Every
Schmoller & Mueller
Representatives for Vocations, Or
chestrellea, pianola Pianos and
1311 and 1913 Tarnam St.
Telephone Xtoxxf. 1625.
take pleasure in honoring a distinguished
hut It Is seldom that so many
prominent visitors Hre in the city at one
time, and the anair tor m
tn he unusually enjoyable. A
reception will be held at 7 o'clock with
the guest of honor ana me ruwimuu
committee, composed of Messrs. A. C.
Smith, J. H. Millard, H. li. Palmer. Lu-
thef Drake, M. T. Barlow, Dr. ueorge u.
Min- ti W. Yates and Clement Chase,
In the receiving line. At 8 o'clock an
elaborate dinner will be aerved, at, which
Dr. Miller will act aa toasimasier. iuijh
being responded to by the guests of honor.
v..i h fusraden's stringed orchestra
will be ono of the enjoyable features. In
vitations- will be issued Mie tirst of tne
week to about 100 gueata.
Come ! " Gos.iii.
Mrs. C. B. Shackelford is visiting friends
In Des Moines, la.
Miss Watt-ins of Aurora, ill., la tne gucat
of Mlha Nellie Clabaugh.
Mra J. E. Houne has returned from a
vlHit of aeveral week In California.
Mis Edna Keellne haa gone to txcelslor
Springs, Mo., to upend a lurt time.
Mrs Marv K. Epratlen nas gore io iv-
celaior Springs to aind two weeks.
Miss Marie -Mohler expects io leave me
first of this week for a visit In Minneap
olis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nash and Miss
Frances Nash have spent the week in Chi
cago. Mr. and Mra James Pickett of Stanton,
Neb., were the gurata of Mrs. C. I. Coon
Mlas Ada Kirkcndall ia expected to return
the last of the week from an extensive
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauritxlus expect to
leave this week for Kansas City, where
they will reside.
Mlaa Florence Piake returned on Thurs
day from Chicago, where aha has been
etfdylug piauo with Ottokar Malta. ur-
lng the time of her atudtea she was the
gueat of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Yost of
Mrs. Charles O'Neill Rich will leave
Wednesday for her old home in Texas, to
visit her parents.
Mr. Harry McCormlck and Mr. Cnat
Redlck left the first or the week for their
ranch In Wyoming.
Mra. Homer Ashbaugh of Kansas City is
the gueat of her bisters, the Miaees Hun
gate, at the Madison.
Mrs. U. W. lioldrege and Miss Mary
Huldrege returned Tuesday from a stay at
their ranch at Madrid. Neb.
Mrs. Holterhoff of Los Angeles, Cal., who
haa visited in Omaha several times, ia the
guest of Mra. W. A. Redlck.
Mr. Hhermun Canfteld has returned to
his home In 8herldant Wyo., after spending
ten days with Omaha friends. '
Mrs. Florence Smith and mother, Mr.
Votinkln. have returned from a brief
visit with relatives nt Kearney,
Mrs. Fred Foster of Lincoln, niece of
Mrs. C. B. Coon, ia the guest of Mr. snd
Mrs. V. B. Coon for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wakeley have re
turned from a trip to Whitewater, Wis.,
where they went to attend a wedding.
Mrs. Ueurge Updike and Mlse Lucy Up
dike returned Friday from a stay of several
months in Vermont and are at the Madl
aon. Mrs. W. B. Millard and Miaa Minnie
Silver expect to leave the laat of the
week for a trip to Washington and New
Mra. F.dward Smith, who was the gueat
of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Yater, returned to
her home in t. Joseph, Mo., the first of
Mrs. Martha Heth has returned from
Jackson, Mich., where she he been the
guest of her daughter, Mra. Laaaon, tor
MUs Carita Curtis, who recently returned
from a visit In Europe, is now the guest of
her auuts, Mrs. Putter and Mra Ous, ut
Special Ladies' notice
The drawing for the Old Aztecs Tur
quoise Navy Bean which was discontinued
at Frandsen's Jewelry Store at 10 south
lth street, on account of the remodeling
of the display window, will commence again
Monday morning, Nov. 6th, and continue
until t.000 ladles' have drawn. The loose
gem Itself ia worth, and never will be sold
less than 19.00. There ate 60 tickets among
the number which calia for a gem. The
chances to draw is free to ladles' or married,
gentlemen, providing they have aama
mounted In solid gold by us or a reliable
Jeweler which we may mention. This Is no
catch penny affair but our system of In
troducing the most handsome Jewel In the
world which is today the fad of London,
Paris and New York society.
2024 E mam St. OnuLi
New York. Mlas Lynn Curtis Joined her
last week and will apend several weeks
Mis. Clifford Hopkins and child of Hol-
uree, reu., wnu were iue gueKis ui rter
sister, Mrs. Kaynolds Bnrnum, have re
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Hanford have
returned from an extensive wedding trip .
In the east and are at home temporarily at
3017 Harney street.
Mra. L. B. Clough and two daughters,
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. T. A. '
Haxeibaker. left Saturday for Long Beach, '
Cel., to spend the winter. ..
Mlas Mary Lea MeShane haa gone to Chi
cago to Join her parents, Mr. and Mia
John A. Mt bhane, who are returning from
Continued on Third 1'age.j
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