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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1906)
Till: OMAHA DAILY REK: SATURDAY, XOVEMKKli 17. If.
Gu-nitet Mint B n All Grocrioi laid
U Local eUilrs.
JOBBERS COMPELLED TO GIVE THiS
(; roe era Tab. This Ala -I
rroaecatlo ly lh
SUNDAY DINNER l'KOSFLCTS
Whit th Vsrket Offun in Wiy of Stapln
tnd IttnoDtblt TeHctciat.
H.STS FO HOUSEWIVES 01 BUYING
Herlsjee that Will He taefnl
4 ftame Tlp tn Whm
t Do with I. ft Otn
ant tha 1.1k.
f - - m I, mm ,n frir--n-MnriarwiTi rnrrwiiiin i mum mi iiiilliiilh. hi iiii imm muss
A Dinner Menu.
('ram of Onion fruip.
H'iat Turkey. iiblet rary.
' rnrry Haura.
Itn4 PKfPt Potato's.
'elery end Olive Salad.
Oranre Puddlrff. Coffee.
Anotner surprise tn the wjr of Concord
rrsoes wi s offered FrtdsT moinlns; by a
fw of the rroeera. although a shipment
last week a called the very last of the
season. These have como from New Tork
end are very sweet and nice nnd tell for
rent a bewket. There may be a few
local shipments after this, but only a very
There are still a few table pears In mar
ket, but not many, and these are con
trolled by about three merchants. The, sup
ply is SJfficlent to laat another week. The
fruit both look and tastes well and aells
f". 4-" ce'.i a banket, the baskets contain.
Irs frni twelve to fourteen peart, acnord
lr, to the nix of the fmlt. The are the
choicest offerings of the fruit market.
Jonathan apple Hell from V tr .7) rents a
peck. acerrdlns; to stM, and rood cooklns;
apples coe-t 20 t n JO rents a perk.
Orange and lemons are not quite as r,re
looking aa they have been, but they are
'all right Inside. The Florida oiarige sea
son la about orer. Orangey cent X and 40
cents a don, according to Quality, and
lemons 23 and 30 rents a dozen. Grape fruit
la beginning to go up. according to predic
tion, ahd the bent rosts 12V each and the
smaller fruit 6, 8 and 10 cent.
The new candletl citron, ocang and
lemon peel la In and sells for Zi and 40
cnts a pound.
Th hot house and the refrigerator car
have made fresh garden vegetables almost
staple, string and wax beans are carried
by all the better grocers and cost from 10
to cents a quart, according to quality.
California tomatoes cost from M to 23 cents
a pound and they are not aa large or as J
nice jooKing Just now aa they were a few
days ago. Fine, large, firm cucumbers sell
for 15 cents each, and crwrp? fresh head
lettuce coats li) cents a head and other
lettuce S. cents. Fresh radishes of food
sise and quality are 10 cents a bunch; par-Kley-ls
lo cents, oyster plant t cents a
bunch and. tender little spring onions 10
cents a bunch, flood, firm heads of cah
Imgn cost 2 cents a pound; celery coats
from i to I and 10 cents a stalk, accord ng
to Its quality; cranberries are 12V4 cents a
qiiwrt; Hpanloh onions aru 10 cents a pound,
dry onions JO cents a peck and little pick
ling onions 14 cents a quart.
Sweet potatoes of slie and quality that
umy be cooked any way are 40 and 50 cents
a peck and Irish potatoes 20 centa a peek.
Good slsed ptirrpkins cost 10 cents each
and Hubbard squash sells from 10 to 15
k.awe.y ? a immtapprvimm gart'aiixg .. .... , . . ,.;itr.,
AA Wo. 13
S. & IL Green Trading Stamps
Are Given at Our Store.
This proportion of giving F. A TT. ;REi.N" TRADING KTAMI'S is not a
new one. as you xll Know-, but we call your attention to if. as we are afraid
vou have not l,en benefited br trailing wl'b us and getting a hsndsom
rremlum. fall at our store anl see the premium nl?play. S. A 11. G!'.t-kN
TRAI)ING PTAMM ARK ALWAYS GfT.
Visit us and he cnnvlneed that upriorlty of goods and
oaf first consideration We don't ask you to spend your money with u
unless you are saMsnefi. nur corniauy invue you to cuu ano tnsfeci mr -oois ,
a uiti...-...- 4
I. A II. I S i'.tfc.N J 1
f;ilr dealing is 3
TI1K FOLLOWING ARK A FEW OF OIK
Fresh Spring CM'kens
kk1 8 teak
four pounds for
three pounds for
three pounds for
Leg of lAITlb,
Beef Roast, tho best choicest
cuts, per lb. 5c to
No. 1 regular sugar cured hams, U
! wr pound 14
Home Made Mince Meat,
Celery, nice and tender, C
2 stems for '
20 lbs. pure cane granulated f AO
mi gar for "
4 lb. safk Purity Flour, the best f-n
tho market, every sack 115
And 2.00 in Green Trading stamps
Oranges, sweet and Juicy, per
Bananas, large fancy fruit.
F'ancy Sugar Pears,
Special, per pk ,
Grape Fruit, extra large,
Fancy rigs, per
I.irge ytieen olives, rpecial,
t -r quart
And (12.00) In Green Trading Stamps
Navy tieans, ajp.
10 lbs tor.
Fancy Creamery llutter,
per round 4Jv
F'ancy Country Roll, n
per pound .
Jelly or Jam, all flovor. regular
10c snd 1 .c Jars, special
We will plum on sale for Saturoav
a number of dnxen of fancy llaby
f'orn, reg ilar price per can lllf
Kc. on tale 3 cans fur ".
And IJ.OO in Gren Trading .Stamps
Table Suit. , ITr
I sacks for
And $1.00 ill Green Trading Stamps
Kxtrnets, double strength. lemon, C'-
vanilla, pint bottles. IV.
And $S.oo in Green Trading Stamps
Sour I'ickles. per t'Ac
And $1.00 in Green Trading Stamps
Coffea All rresh Boastad for atur
Good Rio. fine drink, per lb 15a
And $1.00 in Green Trading Stamps
Fancy Santos Coffee, per lb 85c
And $2.00 in Green Trading Stamps
Java and Mocha, the best on the mar
ket, 2 lbs for 1.00
And $5.00 in Green Trading Stamps
Teas, uncolored Japan or Gunpowder
regular 60c, special, per lb 480
And $3.00 In Green Trading Stamps
The LANGE GROCERY CO.
24th and Cuming Two Phones 1530 Doug 3223
Ad. Vo. 1.
FOR PINNER OR L.VNCHEON
the selection of
Fruits, Vegetables and Meats,
Is infinitely more essential than
artistic, charming color schemes, pro
fuse floral decorations or any other
brilliant effects that can be devised,
What the eye cannot perceive tho
keen sense of taste can.
Spinach. Egg Plants.
SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER,
Button Rallshes. Leaf Lettuce,
EXCELLENT HEAD LETTUCE.
Fresh Shallots. Water Cress.
CRISP DWAKF CELERT.
Wax Reans. Fresh Mint.
Brussels Sprouts, Choice Tomatoes.
CREAMERT BUTTER per lb... SBo
Strictly Fresh Eggs per doz.... 2 So
Shredded Biscuits per pkg 10c
Quaker flats 2 pkgs 26o
Zest fwith beautiful piece of dec
orated clilna in each package),
3 pkgs. for 95c
Walter Baker's Chocolate per lb. 33c
10c Can Pork and Beans (In to
mato sauce) Bo
Best Stuffed Olives per bottle.. lOo
Maraschino Cherries jt. bottle.. 9c
:-o. Jar Rex Beef Extract 38c
2-o. Jar Armour's Extract...... 38c
Very Best Dates lba S5
Absolutely Pure Cider gallon.. 40c
Exponents of Good Li ring,
2Sth and Fa ream Streets.
Egss are selling at all sorts of prices
considering all the talk one hears of. the
egg market. Every grocer has his own
for serving at an afternoon reception which
will rlvt.1 the best goods of tho caterer.
Cream one pound of butter with half a
pound of cflnrse powdered sugar. Add the
yolks of ten eggs beaten and one and a
half pounds of pnstry flour slftsd with a
dessert, spoonful of baking powder. Add
a little n;ilk and the beaten whites. Chop
line one-half poul t crystalilied chavries
and one-fourth pound of . angelica and stir
in the last thing. Bake In small patty
nans in a fairly quick oven. Cool on a
price and hla own rason for lt-nd there i v an(1 dP tnc ,0P or ecn on ln a lmn
are almost as many varieties of eggs. The i boiled Icing which you have flavored with
beet range from 15 to 25 cents a dozen and
mint even ask 30 cents. Cracked eggs sell
from 16 to 22 cents a dozen, and then theru
'ije other eggs from "0 centa up.
Butter ranges from 10 to 40 cents a pound.
The package creamery brings the top price
maraschino. Put a cherry on the top of
each nd three leaves of angelica.
For those who dislike the Uisto of oil
the following salad dressing Is very good:
Mix together one teupoonful each of salt.
Sugar and mustard, and one-half teaKpoon-
a broiling or warming oven. Even so, It is
an expensive convenience. There Is no room
In the ordinary gas stove for keeping a
dinner warm, or keeping the several courses
un'll time for serving them, and the ma
jority of the warming ovens afford a heat
of a kind tbat Is death to both the locks
and flavor of the dish. A way of managing
a warming oven which Is not only satisfac
tory, but out of the way. Is suggested by
one woman as fellows:
"Get a sheet Iron or tin oven of the kind
which are made to go on over coal oil or
little flat gas stoves. Get Just as large a
one as you can possibly afford, as every
extra square Inch will pay you in more
ROTES OR CMAKA SOCIETY
Ad. Vo. 10.
BATH'S CHICKENS are dressed In
his own shop preserved In Ice cold
compartments not thrown In ice
water to become water soaked and
Bpst Spring Chicken ou tho
10 lbs. Loaf Lard iSl.OO
Lean Strip Bacon 14-C
Rib Doiliags .
Lfan Boll and Pot Roast
Fib Roast. .
Jos. Bath's Cash Market,
IWit Fa mam Srtt.
Aa Ho, T
Ad. Vo. 11.
Like Mother Makes
We offei all kinds of bakery
goodd at a price below the market.
The bread, plea and cakes are
all of the very best quality and
3-lavercake (all fillings) 30c
2-layercake (alt fillings) 20c
Nut loaf' cake :Nc
Bread (full sized loaf) 3 for..lOc
Home made mince meat, very best
quality, lb 10c
(imcn ie Meat s Bakery
Tel., Harney 2145. SI 13 Hurt St
Sioux City. I.i., where she will spend
week visiting friends.
In compliment to her guest, Mrs. W. I.
Conyne, of Warren, 111., Mr. F. II. Cole
gave a delightful carj party Thursday
afternoon at her home, 1S10 Spencer street.
The rocms were prettily decorated with
pink and white chrysanthemums and
carnations, while the doorways were grace
fully festooned with asparagus ferns and
the chmdeliers were also adorned with the
fern. In the rear parlor the mantel was
trimmed with snillax and brass candle
sticks holding pink caudles. Assisting
Mrs. Colo were Miss Merrlum and Miss
meless Clrrnlara IJeiroel.
C'.rc'ilars have been received in Omaha
from a so-called African Colonization
l le.uaue, having its headquarters in Alber-
;tiercjue, N. !., asking the circulation of a
petition for signature to bo present" d to
congress for the enactment of a law com
pelling the deportation of all African itl
sens to Africa. No name appears on th
circulars and such a have tx-en received
In Omaha have beien gtncrouMly consigner!
to the waste basket.
Vatulln Merrlnm. Six-handed chre Was
ways than one. Oct a couplo of deep Iron ' la ycd - he nnft prUe a rMyal c.nn
brackets to set this on and fasten to the
but good package creamery is to 1ms had I ful of whlte n,lrr; '-id the well beaten
for iti and 2d cents a pound. Tub creamery ri" l lw eH a,,a sllr u"'"
sells for 2 and 28 cents and cooking butter 1 '" nnd rmooth- MeIt two tatilespoonfuli
from 18 cents up. ' butter in half a cupful of hot vlnegir
' land add It slowly to the eg?. Ptlr In
Most f.f the meat snd fUh markets have f-adually one cupful of sweet milk scalded
a special week- end scale of prices for the ml m,x t""-- Cook in a
ooume oouer unu iniciienej, (,ul no ini,
allow tho dressing to boll or It will curdle.
Let ctvol, then whip In the beaten whites of
the eggs. Thin with a little eref-m when
ready for uo. Cover tightly nnd put in th?
refrigerator. This Is a delicious dressing
for various kinds of salad.
There are several ways in which left
over sponge cake or macaroons may be
used, one of the best being to rebake them
In cake ns follows: The sponge cake Is
benefit of the Saturday trade, and It Is I
north while for the housekeeper to watch
for this. Chicken will sell for 114 rents a
pound Saturday; turkey will cost 20 centa '.
a pourid and duck li cents a pound. There
was a shortage of fish Friday morning and
iiiad) of the markets had sold out by noon.
Halibut, trout and salmon constituted the
For golden mousse beat well the yolks of
three eggs, add a tablespoonf ill of pure
fuaple syrup, and cook, stirring constantly
until the mlxturo makes a thick coating
on the spoon. Iternove from the fire, add
three tablsspoonfula of sweet orange Juice,
and one-half tablespoonf Jl of lemon Juice,
Imating until the mixture become light
and cold, lieat the whites of four eggs to
a utiflt froth, with a pinch of salt, and pour
slowly Into them two tablespoonfuls of
boiling syrup cooked to the stringy stage.
Add th1 to the yolks, put the two mixtures
Into a mould and pack ln Ice and salt fur
Tour hours. A few white grapes or can
. died cherries may be placed In the bottom
of the mould before the mousse Is poured
In. This may be served with whipped
1 j earn.
Cherrw cakes make a dainty confection
wan ai a convenient ncigni onu a:stance . wnlle the second
fasten a shelf, and upon this pet one of the
little coal oil stove lamps that sell for little
over a quarter. Tou will find that the heat
Is of tho mild and t-ven kind that keeps
things perfectly. The top Is an Ideal place
for raising bread and things which require
slow baking, as custard or rice can be
cooked In It, to tho saving of gas.
''In a kitchen In which a coal runge keeps
its place besido tho gus stove the problem
Is made sitnplo by setting the little lamp
under the warming oven of the range while
cooking by gas.
"In the dining room tho radiator shelf Is
a meens of keeping things warm that Is not
vase, being won by Mrs. J. II. BogTJ,
Special Price per pound
The old fashioned taffies wo
find are always acceptable.
At any rate whenever we offer
on of these good old time faV
orites there Is no lack of appre
ciation by young and old.
There's something about our
own make of Black Walnut
Taffies that you will find irre
sistible. Be sure and come in Satur
day and get a pound. It is our
Original Black Walnut Taffy
end nells regularly for 4fc
special for Saturday y f
only, at. per pound fa JC
Ixm't forget our sperlal one-
pound Peace Offering
box. Every day
15IS-20 Fa mam Street
Omaha grocers are now demanding on
every bit of fol prodjet they buy fmm
lln local Jobbers a guarantee that It Is
prepared In compliance with tha require
ments of th pure fiKd law. They refus
to buy without trn guarantee. Their
course is in conformance with action taken
6t the meeting ona night this weelt of th
Omaha Ite-taJl Grocers' association.
The grocers have sssuranca from Wash
ington that this will relieve them of ail
legal responsibility In case any food they
sell proves not what It purports to be.
They Intend to clean up their shelves and
start January 1 with nothing but good
labeled according to law.
The Johtera In turn ara falling hark on
the manufacturers for guarantees; thus the)
responsibility Is taken from them and
placed where It belongs, with the man who
prepares the good.
A considerable quantity of stock Is In tha
local wholesale houses which in not guar
anteed by the manufacturers) aa comply
ing with the regulation?, having been
bought before or shortly after the pure,
food Mil was passed. This, tha Jobbers
say, they have until next October to dis
pose of. The local grocers think the Job
bers are mistaken In this and for their own
part declare they will take no risk In sell
ing unguaranteed goods after January 1.
Packages labeled according to tha provi
sions of tho new art are beginning to make
their appearance ln quantity on the shelve
of local retail stores and In tha Jobbing;
bouses thy are plied high. The right to
uce the lahel la granted by the govern
ment, which gives to each manufacturing;
plant an establishment number. Tha label
reads: "fiuaranteed under tha food and
drugs act approved June 30, lDffl. Kstab
lishmftit No. -."
MRS. WHITEHCUSE THE LOSER
toart Overrates Her Motion la Con
troversy Over Lot Sale with
W. 9. Jardiae. '
Judg Troup Friday overruled a motion
of the defendant for Judgmen on tha
pleadings ln the case of W. 8. Jardlna
against Mrs. Mlnnio Whttehouse Involving
a contract for the sale of a lot ln the dls-
UNION PACIFIC'S NEW TRAIN
So. lit Will Arrive from West at S
Instead of Si.10 P. M. After
A m-w time card will go into effect Sun
day on train No. 10 of the Fnlon Psciflc. ... rrritiy bought by the Northwestern-
This train, which has arrived at Omaha at for ,rfght terminals. The ruling Is favor
3:30 p. tn., will arrive on and after Sunday- ahl 1o Mr. jardine a contention.
a small Corean brass
On Trial fur Forgery.
Henry Mitchell, a negro, was placod on
trial before Judge Hutlon Friday on a
charge of forgery. He firt merly worked fo,.
the NtiUnnnl Construction company, witn
ofticfs in Houth Omaha. He had $1 comltiK
to him on bis wages, and when he applied
for it by mistake he got a cheek made
out fur 8. Welch for til. It l alleged
he ti.ok ho check to n saloon and endorsed
the 11 a trie of C. S. Welch on the back of
U and collected the money.
Fd Black man of
tray, was awarded to Mrs. C. H. Chlsam.
and the third, a 'set uf Teneriffc dollies, to
Mrs. C. J. Ochiltree. The guest list iu
crlna Hamlin. Mcliugii. Kate jicnugn. 1 A nru.B an,i p 1,-
Merriam. Natalie Merriam. Slandlsh; at the Iler Grand.
Mt-sdames If. Kelly. Jacob Fawcett. Harry Harris Hrown, county clerk of Sttmner
,,,, . r'.iioiu. 'county. Tennessee, s visit ng ms sister.
Lawrlc. J. H. Butlar, Brown o.' Gallatin. .... r u VVhii in n,h Mr
nn.; A. K. Gault, C. H. Fowler, Edwald l.rown Is Interesting hlmaelf In the voting
at a p. tn., making connections, as at pres
ent, with tho Chicago Council Bluffs
train No. P. that has hitherto left at 4.30,
but under the new schedule will leave one
hour later, but will arrive ln Chicago at
6:45 a. m., as usual. This connection has
of lata frequently missed, but under the
new schfdulo train No. 10 Is a lighter train
and will hereafter be enabled to connect
with regularity. The new arrangement also
provides for a later close of the mall at
Pan Francisco, which heretofore' has been
at 6 p. m., but will now close there at 9
p. m. on this same train. The dispatch of
eastern malls will be much facilitated by
the new arrangement.
t- .... i..,l(r. tth- 1 e iiiueh 01 aianvine, . j. m
"""" -l " i-r-,...., . i, ..i... i ii . t ... .--.'
Kast t a a Good aa West.
I.. M. Whitehead, chief clerk In the m?
ser.ger department of the Burlington In
Omaha. ha returned from an extensive
vacation trip through the east. He viaiir.d
In Virginia nnd in several parts of New
W.rlr "Th. i-finnlpv lniks frvt in tti
A 1 east." said Mr. Whitehead, "but indications
unker of l0( rapid growth are not nearly as apparent
Varduon of Ogden are
Before It became known the railroad
company wr-s buying this property Mr.
Jardino msde a contract with Mrs. White
house to buy her lot for t.'i0. Afterward
she refused to carry out the contract and
the Northwestern went Into county court
and condemned the land tor right-of-way
purposes. The appraisers allowed t7,3 for
the property, tl.2"i0 more than the contract
price. Mrs. Whltehouse contended Jardtnn
represented the railroad company, and this
was conceded. Her attorneys contended
that, having, taken the condemnation pro
ceedings, the railroad was estopped from
enforcing the contract. Judge Troup de
ckled against her, holding the condemna-
j tion proceedings merely gave the right-of-
way ana was nm s conveyance ni me
title to the property. He held the company
could now ask to have the contract en
forced In order that It might secure tha
conveyance. Whether the price shall be
the contract price of t6.0X or the apprais
ers' valuation of $7.3 will be left to future
litigation to decide.
Johnson. A. It. Sheet. Harry Nott, W. H.
Oarratt, C. J. Ochiltree, Clipton Miller. W.
C. Ross, E. A. Blum, George Bassett, F.
S. Owen, M. B. Copeland. B. A. McAllister,
C. C. Troxell, K. D. Van Court, Charles
Van Court, Ogden, J. F. Wagner. R. C.
Wagner, R. W. Bailey. Harry Weller. J.
A. Kuhn, C. B. Coon. J. W. Aiken. C. E.
often taken advantage of. It may be made
to match the woodwork and suspeoded with Johannes, I. F. Baxter, A. B. Somen, Tay
hriwWaa ant litiv. a fnw r. t V. . A . 1... r . , r .. . ti ctilu.m Vf R
, ... - ........
Cocoa beans grow in
- m a a a a.
? pous on ino irunK
t ' lJ and limbs of a dell-
. x . . . .
j "YA caio iropicat irec.
They contain tlx
times more food val-
I tj ue than beef.
We use tha highest
cost beans that are
crown and there Is
nothing la our cocoa
That Is why It Is
the most delicious of
'v at! L. '
made from any ordinary' recipe and to
which some fruit is added, such aa raisins j
and bits cf orange peel. The dough Is
spread on the tin to about a third of th
depth, and the pieces of eponge cake, which
should be broken Instead of cut, are scat
tered around over It, so that they do not
touch. Pour In the rest of the batter, lilllng
the ftpaeea between the sponge cake, but not
covering It. The dough should be soft
enough to fill the crevices completely and
will rise enough to almost cover the sponge
cake. The top should bo Iced and when It
la cooked a pretty murblb effect Is tho
result and the sponge cuke Is made like
new by the gteirminK whi h it gets. The
macaroons are used to make what Is
known aa a chocolate blsoue cako. A
ahite cake batter is urd and the maca
roons are crushed and mixed In at the last.
This cako, which has a flavor which cannot
be had In any other way, is iced with
Tips for the Housewife.
"After January 1 do not be surprised :f
your granulated sugar l.aa a yellowlsii
tint," says one of the produce Journals.
"ln the past, refiners have be-n bleaching
the augar with mineral bluing, ln a mil
lion pounds of sugar fuur pounds of bluing
was required to bleach It to a beautiful
white. The authorities have decided t1n.t
the addition of this blaing substance is
adulteration and It will not be permitted
after the (list of the year."
"If people only knew Its value tiieie
would be more honey used than there Is,"
said an authority on foodstuff recently.
"Of course there Is a lot of stuff sold for
houcy that Is grossly adulterated, but
there la little danger ot this It one buys
the honey in the comb. Honey is one of
the beat throat medicines known; It
sooths and strengthens, and If faithfully
utMd will overcome almost any kind of
Honey Is frequently used Instead of
sugar In cake making and Is a dell, ions
substitute for butter or ryrup on hot bis
cuit or griddie cakes. One beauty spe
cialist even advocates the use of honey
as a cosmetic. 8h Instructs the user to
rub It Into the face thoroughly and then
wush off with warm water, with the guar
anty that the result wil be a flue-textured,
clear, tlean skin.
An Ingenious woman offers the following
method for finding a way to dispose, of
the odds and ends thai accumulate In
everybody's rcfrlgetator and that no house
wife can conscientiously throw away:
"Next time you have half a doxen women
friends In for an afternoon, give them
each slips of psper and have each writ
tha names of five or six" left-overs, likely
to be on hand almost any time. These
slips are all mixed up and each woman
drf.a live. Out of t'i- rratTials she '.s
supposed lo si-rang'- a luncheon menu. The
aouian who succeeds bejit may be given
lfow to keep things warm Is ene of the
vexing problems that confronts eve-y cut k
.alio u.-c a j1 fcli'i 1 aniens the ktuve has
pieces set upn It, and still leave room ' Jaynes, Charles Rose water, J. H. Rogeis,
fur setting the plates and cups Just before i Glover, D. J. O'Brien, Eldrldge, McKelvcy,
meal time. It is an Ideal place for the , W. E. Rogers, Lee Hamlin, Fpy. Kcsnler,
cracker bowl, and if made of a piece of j W. B. Ten Eyck, R. B. Bush, W. H. Han-
marblo laid flat on the radiator It will an
swer as well for a warming tabla as one
which has hot water under It." 1
Movements of Ocenn rsarla . 13.
At New York Arrived: Germania. from
Nuphs; Batavla, from Hamburg. Sailed:
La TouMine. for Havre.
At Naples Arrived: l'annonla, from New
At Bremen-Arrived: Rheln, from Balti
more. At London Arrived: Oxonian, from Mont
real. At Antwerp Sailed: Menominee, for Bos
ton. At Oenoa-Arrived : Virginia, from New
York. SiUled; Llgnria, fur New York.
At .Marseilles Arrived: Italia, from New
cock and Arthur H English.
Tha C. T. Euchre club wa pleasantly
entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
Willis Todd at her home. 1137 South Twenty-eighth
street. Luncheon was served at
I o'clock, after which euchre was played
at two tables, the prizes being won by
Mrs. Todd and Mrs. A. Wernher. Thoai
present were Mrs. J. B. Rahm, Mrs. R. U.
Young. Mrs. P. W. Mikesel. Mrs. II. T.
McUratli, Mrs. Epeneter, Mrs. Eugene
Duval, Mrs. Reed Talmage,' Mrs. N. T.
Reckard. Mrs. A. Wernher, Mrs J. F.
Myers, Mis. Todd. Miss Ya;er of Union
Spring, N. Y. The club will meet with
At Montreal Arrived: Pomeranian, from I Mrs. It. L. Young Tuesday, November .-.
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Sardinian, for London.
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The Marvhionelle club was entertained
at a pretty luncheon Thursday by Mr.
j Clarence Rosa, covers being laid for ten.
Pink roses formed the centerpiece and
silver candelabra, holding pink-shaded
candles, were used, while the places were
marked with floral cards. Those present
were: Mrs. W. M. McKay, Mrs. T. L.
Combs, Mrs. Raynolds Barnum, Mr. R. F.
Trimble, Mrs. Paul Fatton. Mrs. John
Ross, Jr., Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. J. V. Cooke,
1 Mrs. A. H. Workman and Mrs. Roa.
Mrs. E. O. Hamilton will be hoslesa at
the next meeting, December C
Mrs. J. J. McMullen and Mrs. T. B.
Hacker gave the second ln their aeries uf
bridge parties Thursday afternoon, the
game being played at twelve tables, as
on Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth McConnell
was the winner of the prize and asfcixtlng
the hostess were Miss Ruby Williams,
Mrs. Frank Boulter and Mrs. Richard
Carrier. Tha rooms wera prettily deco
rated with American Beauty roses, chrys
anthemums and palms. !
The members of the K. K. K. club weie
pleasantly entertained 'Wednesday after- '
noon by' Mrs. R. C. Iozler. The club will
meet Tecmher S with Mrs. W. T. Edge
hill, IS" 7 Locust street.
For Miss Erne Levoy. Miss Nellie Winn
and Miss Leila Hhaw gave a novelty
shower Wednesday evening at the resi
dence of the former. The rooms were at
tractively decorated in red. Those present
were: Mioses Bunnell, lues Bonell, Klnpp,
Allen, Red Held. Virgil Kedfletd, Levoy,
Edith Marley, Joe Lyman, Fay Lyman,
Leila Bliaw and Nellie Winn. ,
Complimentary to Miss Eldridge of New
Tork and Miss Clara Bella Hoe cf Kansas
City, the guest, of Miss Higginaon and
Miss Lomax, Miss Ada Klrkendall gave a
delightful Informal card party Thursday
afternoon. There were five tables of
bridge, the prise Winers being Mrs. Louis
Nash and Miss Higgluson.
Miss Alice Frederick was hostess at the
meeting of the Charmonte club Thursday
afternoou. High five was played at three
tables, the prises being won by Mifcs Maude
Marriott and Mr. John It. McDonald. j
All. W. N. Nasou left )rsterdy tut '
iiiu.-hlnes use.I here with u view to recom
mending their usa In Ills county.
Charles M. Hemier cf the Dempster Mill
Manufacturing company of Beatrice in an
George Hurd of the feneral building ele
vator force is confined to his home by ill
ness. P. T. Martyn of Columbus. C. D. Clark or
Denver and I. Naylor of Los Angelt-a are
ut the Henshaw. ,
J. A. May, A. G. Peterman of Kansas
City. H. F. Paul of Norfolk and A. W.
Nlckell of Beatrice are at the Millard.
W. Ia Keileff slipped and foil at the corner
of Fifteenth and Dodge streets, breaking
bis arm. iiu was taken home and la resting
"Doc" Mlddleton, famous western char
acter of 8'iuth Dakota, was in Omaha Fri
day. Ho bronght in a bunch of cattle to
Theodore Kllng of Sioux Falls. I. J. Bel
nap of Hastings, C. II. Noyea of Decatur,
Otto Ramroth and A. Kalmer of Madison
are 'at tho Murray.
Mrs. H. P. Majors of Newport. Mr. and
Mrs. K. W." Townsend of Fairheld. tj. P.;
J. E. Jones of Columbus and Mis Georgia
Wade of O Neill are at the Merchants.
Superintendent Davidson of the public
s hools lias gone to Empuria. Kan., to at
tend tht installation of Joseph Hill, re
cently appointed president of tne Kansas
Ktate Normal school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bradbury, J. P. Juett
of lenver; 'i'. 1'. Mullen and daughter of
Heattle, Charles Frahiu of Hastings, J. T.
Armstrong of Rushvllle. N. v.. i iover of
Norfolk and J. A. Shaw of Orin, W jo., are
at the Paxton.
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gases and acid substances, finally failure of strength,
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