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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANU.'.-IY 27, 1901
SOCIETY IMPROVES EACH DAY
Viiitisc Hnrsei' Association Announces
He Data for Annual Birthdaj Pirtj.
WttK WILL BE FULL. BUT NOT CROWDED
KVT t Sorletr Mrm Wk SaerlSW
blfcaltr lo Capri tif School
ttlrl Ami Aaothrr
To M1U. .
Now winters her I'd like to t
ler Mollies ermine fur,
Ihn thrn she walked the avenue
She'll take me oat with -her;
I'd hsnf about Ivr slender throat
In ra-eful, clinatns; strsnds.
And then, you ewe, Id b her muff.
And hold her dainty hand.
'.The Aortal Calradar.
M O N ! A Y Alllson-t.ehmer weddln;
Whniim Whlot club. Mm. B. J. Adams;
tlie Omaha Guard danelng party at ih. lr
armory. , , ,
TKHPDAV-Mia. F. E. White. Thimble
WKUKEFOAt-lln. I'aul Wernlier. at
home: Mr. und Mr. John Campbell, 'din
ner) Round Dozen ciub. Mrs. H. C Van
Oelsnn; muslcale at home of Mrs. E. A,
Cudnhy; Mra. Victor Caldwell, bridge
luncheon; Mra. Goorge HuiU K. K, h.
Tllt'ItoUAY-A. O. T. Bowling club, Miss
. Ftofenrs Mlllor;-Mra. E. W. Arthur.
T. Euchre club; Mra. Ueorge Shields,
cards for Mrs. E. W. Caldwell of Bloux
FRleAf-Kenalnaum club, with thaAllsses
Ketth; Mra. John Kyler, Friday club;
Mra. Walter Preston, tea from I to 6 for
Mrs. tlunran; Mra. Isaac Cole, dinner
Vtrl.li lnh 1
BATt ktA V-Vlsltlns Norses' birthday
twrty. Mra. J. M. Metcalf; Orchard ItlU
Whist club Mr. and Mra. VV. N. Alder
Itm; Mra. Joseph Harksr, brldae luncheon
for Mra. Clarke 1'oweH and MIk Helen
Datla; Mra. K. L. Van Court entertain
tli- KountM Flue Luncheon club.
Evr since tho opening of the New Year,
when there waa uahered in a aerlea of
fashionable weddings, numeroua teas and
a variety of entertainmenta, with Just a
many future plana embryo, there haa been
a predicted rush for the fashionable.
Hury and worry promised to be syn
onymous worry as to how to keep all the
engagements scheduled In one all-loo-ahort
day wlthout conflicting. This has hot been
aucH a serious problem as ' was contem
plated until t,he past week, when Indiffer
ence to . a good time hus been relegated
td the backgrounds and a storm of parties
have followed principally bridge luncheons.
Many more are on the calendar, and society
is undergoing preliminary speed tests, to be
tuned up to the pace It will have to go
during the remaining days before Lent.
Besides these last chances to do things
that one might have been doing for the
past few weeks, seem so much more at
tractive now, that the time of penance In
preparation for Easter Is almost at hand.
Society has practically dedicated this week
to several attractive visitors Mrs. John
Meadows of Lincoln, guest of Mrs. Lydin
Morrison. Mrs. Harvey Moss of Hastings,
guest of Mrs. E. J. Speh, and Mrs. Clarence
Richmond Day, guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ar B Smith. Almost every day
of this 'week some large affair has been
giver In their honor. Mrs. Meadows and
Mr. t)ny left for their homes Saturday,
and their absence will be felt in their set.
Another' large event which aided In dis
tinguishing this week was the reception
given by Mrs. Warren Bwitsler to Intro
duce her daughter. Miss Alice Royall, the
last of this season's debutantes to be pre
sented. Miss Switxler haa a charming per
sonality which wilt win for her a gay sea
son and a large circle of friends.
Since time began 'men have made them
selves ridiculous for the sake of a woman,
and have done It ohoerfully -and blindly.
History abounds with Instances where oth
erwise sane, reliable, level-headad men have
sacrificed their future and their most sacred
trusts, together with their dignity and self
respect, at the shrine of some fair woman.
Omaha waa recently treated to an exhibi
tion of this sort and now that the little miss
primarily responsible Is safely out of town,
socleiy la having all sorts of sport at the
expense of her victims. As all know who
pretend to keep posted on the correct thing,
the "Teddy bear" made quite as much of a
hit v with the fashionable women of Paris
as It did with the little folks with the nur
sery, and these cunning little namesakes
of the president were for a time seen quite
frequently in the company of milady on
her shopping or pleasure tours as with her
Infant son or daughter In the park. Of
course the fad got to New York but almost
simultaneously a companion absurdity de
veloped In the shape of the "Dachshund."
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He Is si) ugly. little tx-sst and his sawdust
anaiomy haa been abbreviated and Ameri
canised 1o resemble a parody on a Boston
terrier, and equipped with a bark to match.
Now It chanot-d that a little Omaha miss
who summered sbrosd with her psrents
last year and who Is now attending a select
"finishing" school In New York, adopted
her dog and Teddy bear together with a
choice collection of other fade with which
to regale her Omaha friends when ehe came
home for the holiday vacation. On sever.il
occsslpns people riding on the Dodge or
Farnam cars were umazed to see this
snln'rtly gowned young "rhlss complacently
carrying one of her sawdust petq. but It
remain! for a popular young fril-rw of the
younger set to be sacrificed to thin caprice.
He invited her to attend the theater and,
knowing her careful rearing, was not snr
UHlsed when she asked that a third seat
be reserved. He was amazed, however so
the story goes when the evening came,
and, Instead of a chaperone. he was In
formed that the extra seat was for her
Teddy bear. Remonstrance proved unavail
ing and TVddy. went to the show and the
young man Wis privileged to carry him.
On another occasion this young miss was
a member of a box party. This time It was
her dog's turn. He was not only very
hiuch (n' evidence, but between acts further
emphasised his "rjresrnre by barking vigor
ously In response to the manipulation his
accomplished young owner, affording enter
tainment for the house tht rivaled that
offered on the stage. '
No pne enjoys a good Joke more than
Omaha's fashionables, especially when the
luugh going the round of the clubs ami
drawing room la on two bachelor mem
bers of their own set. ; What Is funnier
still, these two bachelors are quite un
suspecting of the' merriment' they nre
causing. It all hinges on the few mo
ments' stay ' of an attractive: young
divorcee, who passed through Omaha re
cently en route to Europe from her home
In Denver. She Is a tall, stunning bru
nette and during her brief stsy here was
demoted to a brisk walk tip ahi down the
station, platform with these 'two willing
bachelors, the trio attracting general at
tention not only -with the huge bunch uf
violets and" red roses she cnrried,vbut by
the assiduous attent'pn of the ardent
escorts. But when the parting came It
ws amazingly tender for two such
calloused bachelors. But somebody saw
"Bsaw" and now the incident la a Joke
a living the friends of these two men.
Cards have been received in Omaha an
nouncing the marriage of Lieutenant Will
iam Benton Cowln, I'nited, States army,
and Katherlne, daughter of Major and
Mrs. Nat Poyntf Pblster. on the 9th of
January, 1W7, . at Trinity church, Zam
boangH, Mindanao, P. I. Lieutenant Cowln,
who is , now ,wlth the Third cavalry on
service in the Wands, is the son of General
and Mrs John C. Cowln of Omaha and Is
well-known here as one of the, younger
men of the city, lie was Just home from
Yale In N98 when the war with Spain broke
out and entered the service as a captain
of volunteers. At the close of the war he
was attached to the regular establishment
and assigned to, the. cavalry arm. He
visited in Omaha last year Just prior to
the sailing of hia regiment
Mr. and Mra. R. W. Breckenrldge enter
tained the Harmony club Saturday evening.
Miss Georgia Kennard entertained Sat
urday afternoon at three tablea of bridge in
honor of Mrs. Harvey Moss of Hastings.
Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall gave the second of
two large bridge luncheons Saturday after
noon. . Her guests Were seated at small
tables, which were adorned with a variety
of cut flowers. Those present were:
- Mrs, Vlotor Caldwell entertained at din
ner Wednesday evening. The table was
decorated with a centerpiece of hyacinths,
mignonette and stevia. Her guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Yates, Mr. and
Mrs. Qurdon Wattles, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Prltchett
and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Potter.
Mrs. Walter O. 8paln gave a pink ken
slngton for the Elaness club at her home
Saturday afternoon. 1 Those present were
the Misses Helen Branded, Nellie Fay,
May Hantlng, Mauda Huston, Kafhryn
Hantlng, Pearl Rockfellow and Meadames
P. N. Bllxt, 'Hunt C. Maloney and F.
The Winona apartments of Mrs. F. P.
Loomls and the Misses McChean, Wheat
ley, Powell and Eddy was the scene of a
pleasant gathering Baturday afternoon,
when the members of the Teachers' An
nuity and Aid association met for an In
formal social hour. Mrs. J. E. Anderson.
Miss Julia Newcomb and Miss Margaret
Hamilton had the pleasure of dispensing
the tea. At well appointed tables and over
the teacupa the affair of the association
were discussed informally.
The teachers of Cass school were delight
fully entertained at luncheon Friday. The
table waa placed In the kindergarten and
waa prettily decorated with a centerpiece
of pink flowers. The room was darkened
and pink candles furnished a subdued light.
After luncheon the guests enjoyed a unique
musical contest. In which the prises were
won by Miss Slmonds and Miss Homellns.
The Kountse Place Euchre club was en
tertained Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Allen. . The prises were won by
Mrs. Frederick and Dr. Owen. Those pres
ent were: Dr. and Mrs. Owen, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick, Mr. and Mra. Ed P. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Porter. Mr. and Mrs.
R. 8. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilcox,
Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Miller and Mr. and
Thursday afternoon Mrs. J. W. Moore
was hostess to a very enjoyable meeting
of her friends and neighbors from the J
vicinity of ber old home at 2832 Ohio street
where she lived for about eighteen years,
Mrs. Moore's new home being 1620 Locust
street. The occasion was a dinner given to
renew old ties and acquaintances. Those
present were Mesdames B. C. Smith, T. E.
Price of Florence. J. U Godeon. D. W.
TUIotson. W. H. Lafferty, J. T. Kinkaid,
W. F. Nlesman. J. R. Perkins, 1 Lover
ton, R. M. Remington, F. M. Hamllng, L
Bmith, J. W. Moore, Misses Q. B. Moore
and O. A. Moore. ...
Mrs. M. Dowllng and Mrs. Frank Adams
entertained at a six-banded euchre, party
Wednesday 'afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Dowllng. The parlors were decorated In
pink carnations and pink shaded lights,
while. the hall and. library were in poln
setta, palms, ferns and red shaded lights.
The color scheme of red was repeated In
the dining room. The prizes were won by
Mrs. F. C. Craig. Mrs. Frank Bllsh and
Mrs. W. II. Sherraden. The hostesses were
assisted by Miss Ruth Dowllng and Miss
Jesslo Sherwood. Those present were: Mes
dames W. H. Sherraden. E. H. Howland,
A. G. Buchanan, Ira Porter, J. E. Van
Dorn,E. V. Smith. E. E. Huntley. Went
worth. C. W. Eagle, L, M. Oonden. Albyn
Frank. W. H. Munger, J. A. Mclntyrr,
Chesney, Van Kuran. F. Cx Tym. Frank M.
Bllsh. J. B. Sherwood, B. B. 8hrwnod.
C. Walrath, A. P. Tousalin, J, E. Sherman,-
F. C. Craig. John - Bryan, Charles
E. Burmeiater, v. E. Palmatier, K. W.
Oetten. Rahley, J. T. Dale. Fulton-of Chi
cago, Misses Alice Buchanan, Olive' Hdnt
ley, Blanche Howland, Rvans and Axtell.
Mrs.. John S. Brady, Mra. J. E. Urown.
Mra A. Q. Beeeon, Mrs. O. Barker, Madams
Barker. Mrs. E. E. Balch, Mra. J. N. Bald
win. Mra, Howard Baldrlge, Mra. B. D.
Barks Ww, i4rs. E. C. McShane. Mrs. K.
M. Mors man, Mra James McKenna. Mrs.
U. W. Kaah. Mia FaUtp Potter.. Mrs. a.
E. Pritchett Mra A. L. Heed. Mrs. Arthur
Remington, Mra W. A. Redlck. Mrs. War
ren Rogers, Mrs.. J. R. Scoble, Mrs,
Bprague, Mra Scott, Mra Arthur C. Smith,
Mrs. Charles 8wert. Miss Sharp. Mr. J.
J. Brown, Mrs. E. A. Cndahy. Mrs. Clement
Chase, Mrs. Frsnk Colpetser, Mrs. Candee,
Mi fhaths Clapp. Mrs. C. K. Couunt,
F. S. Cowglll. Mrs. Harry dimming.
Dubois. Mr. F. H. Davis. Mr. Deuel.
Ben Gallagher. Mra. Arthur Gulou.
Charles Greene. Mrs. Herbert Gan-
Mrs. Charles George. Mrs. C. W.
Hull, Mrs. F. B. Hochstetler. Mrs. W. J. C.
Holcomb. Mr. Harry Jordan. Mrs. Ken
yon, Mrs. Z. T. Llndsey, Mrs. H. T. Lmlst.
Mrs. Wilson I -owe, Mr. Myers. Mr.
Charles Martin. Mr. E H Martin,' Mrs.
Chnrles Manderson. Mrs. J. McShane,. Mrs.
Gurdon Wattles, Mrs. Cssper Yost and
Mrs. Guy Barton.
Mrs. Ishsc Coles will entertain at dinner
and bridne Friday evening.
Mrs. VW tor Caldwell haa cards nut for a
bridge luncheon Wednesday.
The C. T. Kuchre club will meet Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. K. W. Arthur.
The A. O. T. Bowling club will be enter
tained this week by Miss Florence Hlller.
Mr. F. F White will be hoe-teH of the
meeting of the Thimble club Tuday after
The Mlssi' Keath will be hostesses at
Friday afternoon's meeting of the Kensing
Mrs. Psul Wernher will give the third
of her series of post-ntiptlsl at homes
Mr. and -Mrs. John Campbell wlH. enter
tain at dinner Wednesday evening at their
tiome at Walnut Hill.
The Omaha Guarus will give another of
llielr series of dancing parties Monday
evening at their armory.
Mrs. E. D. VanCourt will be hostess of
the Kounlre Place luncheon Saturday at
her home on Wirt street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Anderson will en
tertain the members of the Orchard Hill
whist club Sitturuny evening.
Mrs. E. A. Cudahy will entertain the
members of the Tuesday Musical society
Wednesday evening at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McAdams will enter
tain the meeting of a whist club Monday
evening at their home on Pacific street.
Mrs. George Shlelda will entertain at
cards Thursday afternoon, complimentary
to Mrs. E. W. Caldwell of 8ioux City.
Mr H. C. VanGiePon will entertain the
members of the Round Dozen club at this
wivk meeting, Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Joseph Barker has invitations out
for a luncheon to be given at her home
Saturday for Mrs. Clarke Powell and Miss
One of the large affairs of the week will
be the tea given Friday afternoon between
3 and 5 o'clock by Mrs. Walter Preston
In honor of Mrs. Duncan of Bath. Me.
The bridge party to have been given at
the Normandle last Thursday evening for
the benefit of the Creche, has been post
poned until the afternoon of "February 11,
when It will be given at Chambers'.
The Visiting Nurses' association has an
rounced a cha.ige of date for, Its annual
birthday party February 2 to be celebrated
this year Instead of Washington's birthday.
Mrs. J. M Mt-hlf has. given the use of
her spacious home on South Tenth street
where the reception will be held between
2 and 5 o'clock. For years February
22 has been dedicated to the Visiting Nurses'
birthday party, always one of the brilliant
functions of the season, and other hostesses
have graciously conceded the day. Some
of the largest homes of the city have been
thrown open for the occasion, but for the
past two years the Elks have given the
use of their club rooms. Last year an even
ing as well aa an afternoon reception was
held. The birthday party Is one of the
Lchlef sources from which this very worthy
charity derives Its support, as each guest
at the reception brings a penny for each
year' of his age. While a large number of
cards are usually Issued with . the little
silk bsgs for the pennies, the invitation Is
general and all Intereeted in the work of
the association are cordially Invited to at
tendand bring their pennies. "
Oosna anal Oo Gossip.
Mrs. D. C. Bradford left Friday for a
Mrs. J. C. Fulton of Chicago Is 'the guest
of Mra John Dale.
Miss Essie Aarons has gone to Chicago
for a two weeks' stay.
. Mrs. Walter Taylor Page Is spending
two weeks In New York.
Miss Addle Keenan of Madison, Wis., Is
the guest of Mrs. H. P. Btoddart.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellna are spend
ing two months in Rock Ledge, Fla.
Miss Florence Power haa returned to her
school at St. Mary's, Knoxvltla, III.
Mra Ira W. Porter and little daughter
are spending the winter months in. Florida.
Miss Ellf Turner of Washington. D. C
is the guest of her brother, Mr. W, W.
Mrs. I.. 8. Caldwell of St. Paul. Minn
Is the guest ot ber sister. Mrs.. R. J.
Scannell. . .
Mlss Ada Klrkendall leaves soon for New
Orleans. La., where she will be the guest
Mrs. J. W. Robbins and three, children
left Wednesday for a two monthu' visit In
Miss Velma Prouty of St. Paul who haa
been visiting Miss Laura Dale, left for ber
Mra. Elizabeth Goodrich left yesterday
for Kansas City to be the guest ot Mrs.
Stephen Mltcrll. ,
Mrs. K. Sanford and daughter, Miss
Sadie, of Fort Thomae, Ky., are the guests
of Mrs. C. K. Weller.
Miss Adelaid Manderson of Mlddleton,
Tenn.. will arrive this week to be the guest
of the Misses Harding.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry King and
Miss Bavllla King left Friday for a two
months' viatt In Florida.
Miss Helen Rahm and Mrs. J. B. Rahm
will leave today for Knoxville, 111., where
Miss Rahm will enter St. Mary's school.
Miss Baldwin of Elkhorn Is the guest of
Miss May Mahotiey, having come to attend
the coming out party of Miss Alice Bwltsler.
Mr. Guy Doane was the guest of , his
parent for a few days of this week, being
en route for "portlsnd. Ore., from New
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Kllpatrlck and
daughter have gone to Pasadena, Cel.,
where they will spend the rest of the
Mis. Leo Baroch has returned from an ex
tensive trip through Europe which Included
France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Mrs. Baroch has been gone since the first
of October. ,""
The marriage ot Mies Mary McMenemy.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. McMenemy. to
M.r. Frederick Farrar of Fort Collins, Colo.,
will be solemnised at the family residence
on Georgia avenue at noon Tuesday, Feb
The Invitations have been Issued for the
marriage pf Mias Elisabeth Stewart of
Council Bluffs and Captain Leonard Dels
cour Wtldman of Fort Omaha, which will
take place Baturday, February , at t.
Paul's church, in Council Bluffs. A large
reception will fallow at "The Gables,"
the home of Miss Stewart.
The wedding of Miss Grace Allison and
Mr. Charles B. lhmer will take place
Monday evening at I o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr, and Mrs. Irving
Allison. In Florence. Rev. Dr. Leavltt will
officiate. Miss Mable Allison will be maid
of honor. Miss Hophle Shirley brides
maid and Mr. Philip Uhracr best man.
Miss Conant will play the wedding march.
If you have anytning to trade advertise
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WORK OF THE CLUB WOMEN
Eu'dV Fori Tood I. ill End wd by the
IQUAL INHERITANCE BILL IS COMING UP
lvle Improvement Committee to
Have Charce of the Program at
the Monday Mcellnsi of Omaha
The Burns pure food bill Introduced In
the senate as 8. F. t;4 has received the en
dorsement of the club women. This an
nouncement was made at the meeting of
the household economics department of the
Omaha Woman's club Thursday morning,
the department 'having been delegated by
the club to decide upon one of the , pure
food measures already Introduced In the
legislature. The Burns bill provides that
the governor shall be-the head of the food,
dairy and drug commission.
The equal Inheritance, or descendent bill.
In which club women are Interested will
come before the judiciary committee of the
senate nt a spcial meeting Monday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. D. L. Johnson and T. J.
Ma honey who drafted the bill will go to
Lincoln for the hearing.
The "Society for the Suppression of l'n
necesssry Noise" has been organized by
Mrs. Isaac U Rice of New York City, the
woman who gut the government to regulate
the steain whistle In the harbor, and to
forbid whistles of sirens, except by govern
ment or Are boats, or in case of distress.
They did It by presenting to the steamboat
Inspectors a petition signed by 700 residents
on Riverside Drive, and a number of phon
ographic records taken by Columbia Uni
versity students. Her new society will
grapple with the problem of early milk
wagons, street cries, venders' bells and
whistles, flat far-wheels and heavy traffic.
She Is backed by the health commissioner,
the medical adviser of the Board of Health
and all the hospltalr.
The 'civic Improvement committee will
present the program at Monday afternoon's
meeting of the social science department
of the Woman's club. "Play Grounds" will
be the sriecial loidc of the afternoon and
an effort. will be mode to create a senti
ment that will result In the permnnent
maintenance of this work for chllden so
well established through the efforts of the
late Mr. Frank Heller. Members of the
Park board have been Invited to.be present
and the meeting will be addressed by Judge
Slabaugh, E. F. pennhion, boys' secretary
of the Young Men's Christian association,
and C. E. Williamson. The two young
citizens, past and present mayors of Juve
nile Cltr. will at so be present and will
present the work of the ploy ground from
their own' standpoint. All Interested, are
Invited to attend the meeting.
The current topics department will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Mrs. J. H.
Chary to have charge. Mrs. C. R. Glover
will give a resume of current events. Mrs.
A. W. Baldwin will read a paper and there
will be a debate on government ownership
of railroads. Mrs. C. Vincent to take the
affirmative and Mrs. Mary Andrews the
negative. A-general discussion will follow.
The program will be Interspersed with
Mrs. C. D. Scott gave a talk on "Art in
Everyday Life," under the auspices of the
extension work department of the Young
Woman's Christian aasoclatlon, Thursday
evening. Among other things ah ealdl
"Happiness Is the goal of every ljuman
being. In one form or another everyone
la striving for It. The artist Is the happiest
person on earth, because he has solved
this problem. He has learned to combine
the real and Ideal In his search for beauty
which harmonizes all life." Mrs. Scott will
give art talks during the winter to thlt
class of the ' Young Woman's Christian
Mrs. John McDonald was hostess of the
last meeting of the New Book Review club,
twelve members being present. "Modern
Madonna." by Stanley, was the book of
the day, Mrs. W. E. Hitchcock giving the
review. Mrs.. Fred Pearce will entertain
the club at Its next meeting, February .
The Women's Presbyterian union will
meet at the First Presbyterian church next
Wednesday. Devotional service will be
held at 11 o'clock. Luncheon will be served
at noon and In the afternoon a program
will be given. .
The Omaha Baptist women's quarterly
meeting was held Friday at Grace Bap
tist church. Devotional exercises were held
In the morning and luncheon was served
at noon. The afternoon waa devoted to
the program, Reports were made from
the various, circles, and Mrs. Kerr of
Alnslee. Neb., state secretary of the
Women's Baptist Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the west, spoke of her work. Mrs.
You'll find, If you haven't
already done ao, that our
"Nw Way" of laundry-
ing ia by. all odds the bent way.
It won't coat mucii to try It. A
'phone call to Douglas 254 will
bring our wagon to your door.
Better telephone now.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
207 South 11th St.
THIS WEEK ONLY
we will offer a lot of fine, high grade
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHINA
Haviland, Daulton and other renowned makes, at
Regular retail price $10.00 to $50.00 per dozen.
DON'T FAIL TO HEE THESE.
Mawhinney (SL Ryan Co.N
Jewelers and Importer. Fifteenth and Douglas.
Only diamond importers in Omaha, as shown by the custom house record
Championship Wrestling Match
Farmer Burns - Chas. Hackenscfimldt
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30
ItF.SERVED SEATS OOc, 75c and fl.OO
General Admission to Balcony 25c
beats go om sale at the Auditorium, Turadajr morning, January 229
XiADlEs) SPECIALLY INVITED
Pnrmelee of Teksmah, of the flnnnclal
committee of this organization.' told 'of
the w.irk of raising fund for the er c
tlon of a building in Chicago for a Bsptls.
training school for young women.
Mine. 1 oral Ira In Opera.
NEW ORLKAN8. Jan. LV Madame Lil
lian Norillcn returned to the operatic sIhkc
here today by Joining the San Carlo Opera
company Of the French opera house, it Is
annonnot she will r"tonln with the com
pany through the remainder of the season.
WITH PURCHASES OF $10
OR MORE AT BRANDEIS
Reproduced From Any 9
P . Good Photograph
p These medallions are genuine
j works of art all the beautyof
hand tinted - Ivory or porcelain
miniature. An ornament v and a;)
p life-long keepsake. $
15 Samples at the medallion coun- v
y ter. a
8 Ask any of our clerks.
y BRANDEIS. i
p OMAHA. U
Table d'Uote Dinner, 40c
...WZTX FOWL, BOO.
T , Cavler Tartlne
Celery Hearts Queen Olives
Blue Pplnts on Half Shell
Chicken Broth with Rice
Chicken Croquettes with Green Peas en
Roast Prime Ribs of Native Beef, Demi
Roast Young Turkey Stuffed, Cranberry
Roast Domestic Goose, Baked Apples
Mashed or Steamed Potatoes
Chocolate Blanc Mange
Ice Cream Cake Coffee
Table d'Hote Dinner
11:30 a. m. lo 8:00 p. m.
1508-10 Howard Street
Mask by Moullon's Orchestra.
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
PARK HOTEL SKVa2?
rraetlcally fireproof. During the past
summor entirely refuted and decorated;
hot and cold running water In every ropm.
Americun and Kuropean plan.
3. B. HAYXB, Xiessee and Manager.
Are Tastier Than Other Confections
They are Just a little better than the best of other kinds because we
take particular pains to make them better. They are made from the
very best and most wholesome Ingredients obtainable and made by ex
pert randy makers under our personal supervision.
Our counters are supplied daily with fresh made chocolates from'
our confectionery. Come in and let us show you how good, fresh and
appetizing our chocolates really are. Once tried you will have n
no other. Price, per pound '. UUC
Put up In all sices of attractive fancy boxes at different prices.
"RVERT FEW MINITTE8" CHOCOLATES, per pound. c. .
"Every Few Minutes' Chocolates Is our new, popular price choco
latespopular In price and popular in quality, None half so good for
Have taken the musical critics of Omaha completely. The
tone, touch and desgins of MEHLIN PIANOS are irresist
ible and quickly find buyers whenever shown.
NOTE THE ARTISTIC LINES OF STYLE "C" MEHLIN
BJ Ml! ..
LINCOLN, BEATRICE. NORTH PLATTE.
Wow Is the Time
To purchase a SEWING MACHINE. Get ready for Spring
Sewing. We carry a COMPLETE LINE. You should test
the merits of the CELEBRATED NEW HOME MACHINE
before deciding what make you will buy. Machines sold for
Cash or Easy Payments OLD MACHINES TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE. Supplies for all makes of Sewing Machines.
Machines repaired and Machines for rent.
Sewing Machine Dept.
DOUGLAS STREET ENTRANCE. Phone Douglas 2600
Picture Frames and Framing
20 per cent discount given on all mado-to-order and'
ready-made frames commencing Monday, January 28th, and
continuing for ten days. DO NOT MISS this opportunity
to save money on framing those pretty calendars, photos,
Exquisite Calendars and Mottoes at 33V6 per cent off.
A. HOSPE CO., 513 Douglas St.
To tho Ladies of
I wish to announce that I have opened an Exclusive Ladies' Tail
oring Establishment at 2902 Farnam St. I am an expert Ladles' Tailor
and Designer, having been employed in the largest ladles' tailoring es
tablishments in the east. All work and fitting guaranteed to be first
class. Being desirous of getting samples of my work before the ladies
of Omaha-as soon as possible, I have placed my prices at the very lowest
limit. You are cordially invited to call and see me.
Phone Harney 2047
THIS (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON
Take Albright Cars
15 IS Douglas
tit JAP AA
You are cordially Invited to rail at
our HalcNroom and hear the swoet,
singing tone of the Mehlln.
Matthews Piano Go.
151315 Harnsjr St.. O n aha
Opposite Burwood Theater
2902 Farnam Stree
to Dominion Street
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