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THE OMAHA DEE
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OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, .JUNE : 27, 1908.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
Vol. xxx vi li no. 8.
Ml to OX OMAHA SOCIETY
I Timely Sales in Gloves & Handkerchiefs
Summtr Underwear and Hosieiy
A number of attractive items In woman's wtar, priced with a Tlew to create
Kr. and Mr. John R. Webster Glre
Lare Luncheon Party..
Hlf dntn tMommnnly fin
offerings. In most desirable styles.
pectus ror Batnrasy s snor-ping
at much less than regular pne
active Batnraa selling
Elbow length silk and' 111 gloves, tn
broken sizes; these are the best 11.25
nualltv. If your aire la here, buy them
Saturday at ........ 49o
Klbow lnsth silk and Hale cloves, com
plete Una of sites, usual II SO quality,
at , o
H-button length extrn heavy quality
sllk gloves, guaranteed double tipped
ftnaTS, one of the beat lines manufac
tured, every pair worth 12.00, Satur
Women's Swiss handkerchief a. In new
Vomcn low neck sleeveless vests, with
Women's Importi-d tan lace hose, spccla
croaa bar designs, regular IVe quality.
Saturday, each o
Women'a pure linen hematltched hand
kerchief a, made to retail at 15c and
good values at that price; It will pay
you to lay In a summer apply while
while the prices are lOe
Men's fancy linen mixed Handkerchiefs
full tape arm anil neck, regular lOo
quality, Saturday's special at So
Women's low neck sleeveless vests, with
full tape neck and arms, remilnr Sr
quality, Saturday's special at lOo
Women's umbrella pants, lace trimmed.
In llRht summer weights, the usual 3Se
kind. Saturday at. ench B5o
Women's light weight ribbed union suits,
wide knee, lace trimmed. f0c quality,
purchase of fifty doien, to he on sale
raturusy; ll a rrnuinr i"c line, pii
lna at 380 ! !
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HECEfTION AT HAPPY HOLLOW
tlnb Hons I me a for First Time for
Private Herrptlnn ftfrl His;
l.nncheons Planned for
luce boots, regularly sell at aSc. on
tint tables SnturdHV at 8SO
Women's fast black, full seamless cotton i 1
Any 15c ladles' Roma Jonr
nal Fettern with ths Bum
mar Quarterly Style Book,
iltii ribbed top, medium weights, k(
e for summer wear, regnliirly V
iturday special 180 )
day, pair $1.39
usual z.ic quality, for Iva
1 7c. 8a
Donbl Orstn Trading Stamps on All Thes Itsms.
Doable Green Trading Stamps on All Thes
mm bt il i m . na.
Mr i;nd Mrs. John L. Webster entertained
a 1mr dinner party Friday ' evening st
Happy Hollow In honor of-Mr. and Mrs. i
Robert Lansing who will leave soon tor
Minneapolis, where Mr. Lansing has ac
cep'el Hie English chair at the University
ii.' Ylnt'cs jla. , -,
Abiut seventy-five memliers of the Bible
class of the First Baptist church -sere
prtesent and the guesta were seated at
stimII tahlrs. Red roses, sliasta daiMes and j
asparagus ferns made the table attnc.ive f
and ferns and palms were used tnrougn
the club rooms. Coyer were laid for
Mr and Mrs. Robert Lansing. Mr. and Mrs.
Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Burkett, Mrs. Barr,
Mrs. Benedict, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Conley,
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Cloyd. Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Field. Mr. J .W. Clark, Mrs. Carson, i
Miss Dye. Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. Frank Field. I Jl
Mrs. Kazlett, Mrs. Gates. Mr. ana Mrs.
snhs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sunderlimd, Mr.
and Mrs. A. 'Lansing. Mlsa Lansing. Mr.
Wllhrow, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hayward. Mr.
rntchard, Mrs. Boulter, Miss Boulter, MiV :
Young. Mrs. Henry Rhoadea, Miss Meredith
Smith. Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Seymour. Mr. and
Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Talbot. Dr. and Mrs.
Tuttle, Mrs. VanNostrand, Mr. and Mrs.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox. Mrs. Wood
ard, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howard, Mrs.
W. B. Howard, Mrs. Hunter, Miss Haskell.
Mrs. Householder, Mrs. Kles, Mrs. Laugh
lln, Mrs. Lamoreaux, Mrs. Morrell, Miss.
Morrell, Mrs. Nelson, Miss Orr, Mrs.
Phelphs. Mr. and Mrs. Friday. Mrs. Reed.
Mrs. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Reerstloa at Happy Hollow.
" One of the unusual affairs of Friday was
the afternoon reception at Happy HoJIow
given by Mrs. T. U.. Combs. Mrs. George
B. Mlckt and Mrs. Alexander H. Work
man, between the hours of t and 6 o'clock,
this being the first prorate reception given
at the clubs In this city, although a number
of seml-publlo receptions have been given
for well known visitors and for' clubs and
societies. ' -
The hostesses received In the large recep
tion hall at the foot of the broad stairs',
where (a. beautiful decoration of hydrang-eas,
'.palms and ferns were' used.
In the club dining room' a color scheme
of fJlnk and rreen was used, cut pink roses
and asparagus fern forming a pretty cen
terpiece for th table. Serving at the coffte
urn at different times during the afternoon
were: Mrs.. Frank Neb of Atlantic, la.;
Mrs. E..C. Henry.-Mrs. David Cole,-Mrs.
V. A. Foote. Mrs. George W. Platner and
Mrs. E. A. Benson. Assisting through the
rooms were: Mrs. John Ross. Jr., IMrs.
Paul H. Patjon. Mrs. Charles A. Goss.'lMrs.
Irving A. Medlar, Mrs. Charles H.
, Trlmb'e and Mrs. Joe Havens. Punch
was eerved on th balcony upstairs,
where tluie- was also music behind a
screen of palms." The.' s)rttng yming
women al the punch bowlwre Mlsa- Hen-,
rlette Benedict, Miss MyraV Brecken ridge;
Miss Hi ace Rohrbough.. Miss Isabel'.e Mil
roy, Mlna Katharine Mllroy, Miss -Masle
Yntes. Miss Effa Tatea, Miss Georgia
TrlmbH, Miss Wolma Leach and Miss. Tress
Keys. The latter part of the afternoon a
muslrfil program was given by Miss Hazel
Loveland and Miss Ella Clarke, who sans;,
accompard'-d by Miss Estelle Brown, and
Mrs. P. M. Garrett, who gave a piano
solo.. Miss Tress Keyes.gave several read
ings In the childish dialects. About 160
guests called during the afternoon.
One of th prettiest as well as one of the
moat unique of th June weddings was that
cf Miss Beatrice Nlcoll. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Nlcoll, and Mr. Edward
Karl of New Yoik, which was solemnised
at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Nlcoll In
Pemis park Wednesday evening. It was
an cut of door wedding" ard the lawa and
; veranda were hung- with Japanese lanterns
and furnished with rustic benches and
chairs.- I'nder a rustlo lattice massed with
vir.t s and blossoms the marriage ceremony
tot-k place. Rev. F. L. Loveland officiating-,
Kliiht young women members of a club
of which the bride is also member.
gowned In pink and blue, preceeded the
bridal party to the bower. There were no
Immediate attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Nlcoll
standing with their daughter during th
ceremony, while their son, Mr. Norman
Nlcoll stood with th gToom. The wedding
gown was of soft whit net over shimmering
silk with trimmings of real lace and satin
folds. Following' th ceremony the guests
were received informally, about seventy
ftv being present. A stringed orchestra
played during th evening and punch and
other light refreshment was served on
the lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Karl will remain
In Omaha until Wednesday, when they
will leave for New York and after Sep
tember 1 will be at home In Yonkers, whera
Mr. Karl is in business.
Mr. d Mrs. Luther Kounts enter
talned at dinner Friday evening at their
home, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Paxton in celebration of their
wedding anniversary, gplrea and crimson
ramblers brightened the table. Covers were
laid for Mr. and Mis. Paxton, Mr. and Mr.
O. T. Eantmun, Mrs. Charles Kountxo Mr,
r d. 1
l ruTJ una
appeal to the Well-informed in every
walk of life and are es.ent:l to permanent
sueces and creditable standing. Accor
ingly, it is not oUimed that Syrup of Figs
nd Dixir of .ciu-.a is the only remedy of
Known vaiar, lmt one of many reasons'
why it is tV lxt of personal and family
laxatives' i the fact that it cleanses,
swectivn and relieve the internal orjans
on whk'h it acts without any debilitating
after o:Tivts and without having to increase
the (tiuntity from time to time.
!t arts pleasantly and naturally and
ttiM-y as a laxative, and its component
parts are known to and approved by
physicians, a it is free from all objection
aUe substances. To get its beneficial
effect always purchase the genuine
manufactured by the California Fig Synif
Co., only,saiiJ for sal by all leading drug
Any Woman's Tailored Suit in the $fl
Store Marked to $50, Saturday for........
. Without a single exception this is the greatest of all suit sales ever' held in the West.
Two hundred and fifty ultra fashionable wool tailored suits, that know no equal in quality
or style or color $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 models.
Saturday Momino Take Your
rlcR. Not One Reserved, SIO
Just think of it! A mediocre price isn't" it? Positively no more
beautiful, well tailored suits were ever shown. We must unload this
great stock. That's why this great bargain price TEN DOLLARS.
at a. Reduction of
' One - Fourth
All day Saturday we offer In
our Infant'a Wear department,
at a straight reduction of 25,
our entire . stock, embracing
d reuses, slips, caps, Bhoes, boot
ees, , etc. ' We carry a very ex
tensive line of .this class of
goods, In some of the most
.. beautiful baby styles shown.
Infants" Dept. Second Floor.
muslins GowrAi 8Lid Drawers .
Skirts - and Corset Covers
We put . on sale Saturday a
second Installment of ' dainty
under garments at about Half
Here are under garments, worth
to 75c, well made, well trim
med and most desirable; from
our regular stock. On sale
Saturday for the
first time, 65c and
76c Qualities for.
Bargains '"Girls Dresses
Saturday hundreds of beautiful ginghams and madras dresses,
for girls four to sixteen years. All are 'stylish','' beautifully
trimmed and well made from good materials, abso
lutely prettiest $1.00 and $1.50 dresses that ever
came from Eastern designers, all Russian,Sailor
and Gretehen models; in Saturday's sale at
$3.50 Lingerie Waists at
Bennett's buy at tremendous reduction maker's surplus stock
fine white waists, a dozen superb models, every one 5 Q C
positively worth $3.00 to $3.50. Early comers buy J O
them at 1 1 1
Fine Lawn Waists, with yoke, a mass of tiny tucks, short sleeves;
also tucked charming new style and popular one,-Sat- I'JQ
English Rep Coat Skirts
Absolutely new, buttons, all way
down front like a coat, opens
out all in one piece, very eas
ily laundered, four inch fold
at bottom, double row. large
pearl buttons down front, fit
perfectly, made of Eng- J?
lisli rep, white only. . . . ) J
Magnificent Silk Pettica.ts
Shipment several hundred stun
ning styles, rich taffeta, silk
petticoats, every good shade,
all with showy flounces. The
quality of silk is excellent,
heavy and with plentv swish
or rustle, best $7.50 petticoats
ever shown in Omaha; 79S
for .". 7 j . . .
Men's AND Young Men's Suits in one Day Sale
Lines get broken at this season of the year. Saturday to clear
up and put stock in ship shape we give you choice of all lines of
suits having but one to three suits of a style. Assortment token
from regular $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $22.50 JJj
lines. Have sizes 33 to 42, and a few stouts to r h
44. Our choices; lines, mind you, on sale Sat- Jjk
urday at unilorm price ot
Boys Wash Suits
Made of extra nice grade materials, stylish new suits, 21 J. to 9
years, every suit in stock, worth up to $3.00, choice, J "J
Every Correct Style in
Men's Straw Hats
The particular man in search
: ' " v of style and the man looking for
v riTi Tni n'i" the best his money can buy are
both successfully catered to here.
Split Straw Braids, with straight o'r rolling brims, in every
conceivable new block $2.50 and $3.00
Nifty College Shapes for vouug men, in a wide range of up-to-date
effects .$1.00 to $3.00
Hand Made Panamas, genuine Equador and Columbian Hats;
telescope or optimo shapes $4.50 to $7.50
Novelty Hat Bands, in all color combonations 50c
MEN'S MESH UNDERWEAR
A Saturday sale of One-Third Off. These are the regular 50c
quality, silk finished shirts, double seat drawers; ecru only,
also white athletic coat shirts and knee drawers. f"k
We bought jobber's surplus stock; three garments ) g jf
.for $1.00; each
Men's Shirts The new tans and corn colors are great favor
ites; here a plenty, plain or pleated fronts, hundreds of other
effective styles; .$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
50c Suspenders, for 37c Summer weight lisles, all leather
and contab ends, good colors, 50c is regular selling price, 37c
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Harney Ml M
Street ' M&y
Saturday's Sal of Frames and
! . Pictures
One large lot of mlHcellanSous
stylss and sires, picture framvs,
varying from four by five Inches
to sixteen by twenty Inohrs, all
odds and ends, In gold, oak and
brown effects, also email ovals,
formerly 40o to $2.K" closing;
out st lOo aiid 49o
Framed Pictures Also a lot of
odds and ends and broken lines, a
.few of them are slightly Injured
from handling, to clear up ths
line, we offer you pictures worth
to $2.00. at 100 to 49o
lot Pyrog-raphlo Wood, or wood
to burn, a variety of pieces worth
26o to 75c, clearing at So to 880
6-Inch all silk plain taffeta ribbon,
white, black, pink, blue, brown
and navy, worth 3 Sc. at . ...lo
3 and 6-Inch plain and fancy strip
ed taffeta ribbon, worth upward
to 50c, special Saturday, yd.. loo
2-Inch all silk fancy ribbon belt
ing, good heavy quality, worth
26r, per belt length So
Saturday in the China Dept.
Plain American 'white ware at. very unusual prices,
ilia to tou on every piece.
Five-Inch Plates will be So
Six-Inch Scallops will be 80
Seven-Inch Plates for 60
Veven-lnch Fakers will be So
-Klsht-lnch Bakers will be lOo
Slx-lnoh Bakers will be 80
A distinct ear
Covered Butter Dishes will be 9Bo
F.Kg Cups will be .4o
Five-Inch Platters will he 60
Six-Inch Platters will be 60
Twelve-Inch Platters will be..- 18o
Eighteen-lnch Platters will b 45o
Water Tumblers, full sle. plain blown
garthen Cooking Sets, consisting or one covered casserole and two large pudding
dishes, with cook book of "(5ood Things to Kat." all for 49o
Decorated English Earthen Tea Pots, good fifty cent values, while lot lasts at.
Men's Tan Low Cut Shoes Close to Half
We have 41 pairs new stylish tan low shoes that were $4.00. We
will close out Saturday at .less than makers cost, strictly new
styles; most everv size, Saturdav, pair $2.39
Women's House Slippers vv im strap,
-common senBe heel, very easy and
comfortable, all sizes, $1.50 values,
Boys' Gray Canvas Oxfords and Khot-s
leather Boles, $1.25 value, 79
Women's Oxfords Light and heavy
soles, patent tips, military heels,
$2.50 lines, at 1.98
Women's White Canvas Oxfords All
sizes; leather heels, $1.50 values,
Five thousand pounds fresh dressed hens, on
sale in meat department Saturday, pound....
Fresh Dressed Spring Chickens, . Four thousand
Fresh Leaf Lard, 10 lbs. for $1.00
Pig Pork Loins, lb oc
Pig Shoulder Roast, lb 74c
Lamb Chops, lb 10c
Lamb Shoulder Rcast, lb. 7Hc
Lamb Stew, six pounds.... 25c
Boiling Beef, six pounds... 25c
choice selected hams, Dlamord
"C" brand, every one guaranteed
sugar cured and weli trimmed,
average weight ten to fourteen
pounds, per pound 15')&c
Thirty Green Stamps.
Two thousand pounds Cudahy'i
Rex Bacon, five to seven pound
strips, special, pound... 12He
Famous Danglar Gsls Ranges
A special low price for Saturday that should be highly Interesting to
every family, that is contemplating the purchase of 'a gas range. .Our No.
084 range is a most durable and economical stove and a splendid baker.
It has a large oven, and five burners on top, Including a sim-
merer and a giant burner. The regular price is $18.RO
Other lines ranging in price to ftO.OO all show a good saving.
Bubbsr Boss Fifty foot lengths, qual
ity fully guaranteed, per foot ,...iae
A hose reel free with each length.
Xiawa Mowers A few more of the new
Narka ball-bearing mowers remain.
This Is a very durable and light
running machine, has 16-lnch cutter
bar, highly tempered, worth 5.6U,
closing out balance of stock at $4.85
lS-lneh square gasoline oven, made cf
best blued steel, II 50 regularly 81.10
(Best on Earth) Sad Irons, o pieces,
worth 11 S& special S8o
BTorta Btar Xos Cream Treesera Take
nna ainnar on vour Fourth of July
outing. 2-quart slse. for 'VS
Sealing Wax. per pound
Ana in ui
Class Limn Squeassrs 10c
And 10 Green Stamps.
Gasoline Ovens, full size for single
burners, worth $1.76. at, special $1.35
Special Saturday Offering; In Ktm.
mocks Large roomy hammocks, with
a lilg valance, variety of color ef
fects, all 12 60 and $2 75 lines, Satur
day special price $1.98
Other hammocks upward to $12.00
Screen Doors Almost every regular
slse, worth 1 60 and fl.7n. will go
at 760 and $1
Onerry Fitters 65o, T5o and 85o.
Tin Trait Cans Quart siaea, at, per
rrult Jar Wrenches 10c
And 10 Green Stamps.
Big June Lace Curtain Clearing
Beginning tomorrow every pair of lace curtains in our stock will be
marked at a decided price reduction to clear up stock. It's our semi-anmtnl
lioute clearing, ad nan opportunity for money-saving presented that is seldom
upproached. Kemember the entire line is included in this sale without
Just to illustrate how the savings run, we mention these few Items:
Nottingham and Cable Net Lace Curtains, some of them are sixty Inches
wide and are shown in a Jarge variety of patterns, regular $2.50 values
beginning Saturday our price, per pair 1.65
Handsome Nottingham Curtains, in white and ecru, great line of excel
lent color effects the $4.00 lines will be 82.85
The $5.00 lines will be $3.19
Real hand made Cluny curtains, In white and ecru. These are one of the
most popular lines that are on sale today, and at our prices are exceedingly
good values the usual $5.75 and $6.75 curtains, now are. $3.85
Irish point and Brussels net curtains, very beautiful and dainty effects,
very newest spring patterns, all purchased this season values to $7.50
Finest Cable Net Curtains, in Just two patterns, one white and one ecru,
exact copies of Mexican hand drawn work, regularly sell tor $9.00 be
ginning Saturday, pair $5.95
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
nVl'l n?.71.S.'rr..in"r.', "fck ' l-?-'nd 50 Green Stamp.
. .ooo ana an ureen Mamps
.$1.00 and 1 no Green Stamps
...680 and 0 Orei-n (Stamps
, ..50o and SO Oreen Htainps
18o and 10 Green Stamps
,..86o and 20 Green Stamps
.$1.00 andlOOGreen Stamps
o ana zu lireen stamps
14o and 10 Green Stamps
SOo and 10 Green Stanipa
880 and 10 Green Stamps
Oo and 10 Green Stamps
8Go und 10 Green Stamps
80c and 10 Green Stamps
2?T am) 10 Ureen Stamp
10c- hik! 5 Green Stanipa
8SO- and 10 Green Stanipa
15o and 10 Green Stamps
34o and 10 Green Stamps
35o and 20 Green Stanipa
80o and 10 Green Stamps
SOo and 10 Green Stamps
36o and 20 Green m.nm.
Oyster Shells, for chickens, pound, lo
Bone Aeal, for chickens, pound.
Chicken Feed, pound
Ice cold Putternillk to every visitor In Butter Department.
, . BEWITXIT'S CAKDIZS Grocery Beotlon.
Salted Peanuts, pound lOo (,'hocolate Creams, pound 10c
Bennett's Best Coffee,
Bennett's Best Coffee,
Teas, assorted, pound
Bennett's Capitol Sweet Wrinkled Peas,
Cookies, assorted. Doutid
Dr. Price's Breakfast Food, 3 pkgs
Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder, 5-lb. can.
Batavla Starch, three pounds
Japan Rice, two pounds
Manhall's Kippered Herring, can
Batavla fancy Salmon, can t
New York Cream Cheese, pound
Swiss Cheene, pound
Mulder's pork and Beans, two cans
Bayles' l.unch M.-iiing, can
Fresh Herring, can
Fresli Mackerel, can
A Hen's -Brown Bread Flour, pkg
Bennett's Capitol Cocoa, 'S-lb. can
J. M. Early June Peas, two cans
Jell-O Ice Cream Powder, two pkgs
Ellen Sardines, two cans
Gaillard's Ullve 1)11. bottle
ssc bottle Queen Olives for ?5o
75c bottle Queen Olives for 60o
Diamond C Soap, ten bars for 86o
Velvet top Matches, six boxes 86o
and Mrs. A. O. Beeson. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Remington and Mr. and Mrs. Kountie.
Mrs. Henry Aable entertained at luncheon
ThuradaV In honor cf Mrs. Fred Millard
of Burlington, la. Nasturtiums were used
for the center piece and covers were laid
for Mrs. Millard, Master Tom Millard,
Miss Jean Millard of Burlington. Mrs.
James Martin, Mrs. Ferdinand Martin,
Miss Jesle Martin. Mrs. Louts Rupp and
Miss Edith Rupp all of Council Bluffs and
Mrs. I .null a. Doud entertained at u
prettily appointed luncheon Friday at the
! Omaha club for her guest. Mrs. F. W.
! Brown, Jr.. of Lincoln, who Is spending the
week's end with Mrs. Dpup. The guests
were seated at one long table prettily dec
orated with a long low mound of freesla
an asparagus fern. Twenty guests wera
Littls Miss Jeartette Mathews, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mathews entertained
her classmates of Central school. Friday
afternoon. The time was pleasantly spent
with music and games. Those present
were Misses Msrgaret Hostetter, Helen
Lelsge, Dolly Lewis, Pauline Rost. Mar
garet Coot. Helen Zimmerman, Rene
Prawl, Myrtle Clarke, Masters Hsstetter,
Sidney Lewis, Dewey Hlghy and Harold
For Mrs. Clsvrksoa).
Mrs. Frederick Lyman 8mlth entertained
at bridge Wednesday afternoon tn compli
ment to Mrs. Michael Clarkson of Casper,
Wyo., formerly of Omaha, who is visiting
relatives in this city. About twenty guests
were present and the high score made by
Bur Bee Card CI at.
The Busy Be Card club met Thursday
with Mra P. F. Barnes, the high scores
being made by Mrs. Bamuelson and Mrs.
I. Smith. Mrs. H. S. Parkes was ths guest
of I ha club. Ths members present wars j
Mrs. A. Melcher, Mrs. J. Sullivan, Mrs. G.
W. Goodrich, Mrs. H. Backensen. Mrs. R.
Smith. Mrs. Dlnnls, Mrs. Samuelson and
Mrs. H. N. Wood entertained at the sec
ond of a series of bridge parties Friday
afternoon at her home on Georgia avenue.
Eight tables of players were present and
the hostess was assisted by Miss Klolsa
Wood, Miss Fannie Howland. Helen Sholes
Dr. Leroy Crummer had eight guests
at dinner Friday evening at the Country
club. Among the hosts and hostesses for
Saturday evening are Mr. snd Mrs. Arthur
A. Remington, who will have a party of
thirty-two; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gilbert,
eight: Mr. C. W. Kennedy, ten; Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Nash, twenty-two, and Miss
Hamilton ten. .
Miss Corlnne Searle, 1526 Park avenue,
will give a dinner tor about twenty-five
guests at Happy Hollow Saturday night. ,
' Coase ui Oe Goaalp.
Mlsa Hasel Stevens of Greeley, Colo.,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van
Mr. and Mrs. .Andrew Rosewater and
Mr. Btanley ' Rosewater are at the Marl-borough-Blenheim
hotel at Atlantic City,
where they went after the latter'a gradua
tion at Michigan university.
Mr. Arnold Harris of Dallas, Tex., is
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mis. Cliffford Anthony of Peoria, 111.,
and Mlsa Mary Thomas of Chicago were
the guests ot Mrs. Henry Nott Wednes
day. Miss Mignonette Cook of the Tralu
school left Friday for a fortnight's rest
and recuperation with frlenda at Harlan,
la. She will be accompanied by Miss D
Oroff, who will spend a part of her vaca
tion with her.
Mr. Charles Butler, ths singer who led
ths mualo la ths Toner sussUngt la
Omaha, and Prof. Ackley are guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Garlpch.
Miss Ethel Gullck ot Denlson, la., who
haa been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Thomas, left Wednesday for Glenwood, la.,
where she will visit college friends before
going to Lake Okoboji for the summer.
Mrs. Frank Nebe of Atlantic, la., Is the
guest of her sister. Mrs. A. H. Workman,
who will return to Atlantic the first of
next week with Mrs. Nebe and visit
Mrs. T. L. Combs will leave In about a
week for a visit in Minr-eapolla and Detroit.
F. J. Farrlngton, Thirty-fourth street and
Woolworth avenue, frame dwelling. tJ.Ooo;
Dr. G. L. Miller. Thirty-first street and
Capitol avenue, brick dwelling. 14.500; W.
SJ. Frankfurt. Twenty-sixth and Fort
ftreets, frame dwelling. $1,700; J. B. Phlp
pen. Twenty-fifth and Emmet streets,
frame dwelling. Il'.OcO; J. E. Rockweil,
Twenty-eighth and Dodge streets, frame
desired to make the boosting of the corn
dwelling. H.500; J. A. Sunderland. 10tJ South
Twenty-ninth street, frame dwelling, Jl.um.
IIARR1MAN SOON IN MEXICO
Pacific Magnate it Working; on Route
from San Francisco.
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Bent Sooth as Sooa mm
E. H. Harriman la rushing the construc
tion of the Cannea, 1'aqul & Pacific rail
road from Cullacan to Orendaln In Mexico,
and thus proving to railroad men all ov-;r
the country who are watching his move
ments that he Is determined to add Mexico
to his territory in his railway conquest.
For some months In the Union Pacific
shops at Omaha have stood a dozen new
giant engines with the label of Cannea.
Taqul A Pacific railroad, waiting until
such time as their services should be needed
In Mexico. Orendaln Is said to be a strat
egical point from which access Into the City
of Mexico will be comparatively easy and
the railroad offlclals'of Mexico are eagerly
watching the forces of Mr. Harriman as
they rush the line. It Is estimated by
kome that within a year Mr. Harriman
will be able to rin trains from Ban Fran
cisco to the City of Mexico.
Stuvesant Fish Is said to have sold prac
tically 10,000 shares of his Illinois Central
holdings within the last few weeks and It
la iios, thought that within a few weeks
he will have disposed of the remainder of
his holdings, t0 ahsres, and no longer
have an Interest In the road, over whose
destinies he presided as president for nearly
twenty years. .
The supremacy of Mr. Flab ever the
Illinois Central was not questioned until
the summer of lftsJ. w hen E. H. Harriman
thiew down the guantlet ar.d openly began
hU campaign to wrest the control of that
road from Mr. Fish. He was ousted from
the presidency In October. 19f, and then
began the bitter fight. In February Judgf
Ball In the superior court In Chicago ren
dered a decision adverse to the Fish Inter
ests and awarded to Harriman a majority
control. This advantage was exercised at
a meeting of tne beard of directors in
March, when Fish was ousted from the
directorate. It Is repi.rled that Immediately
after the decision Mr. Fish began tu dis
pose of his holdings and It Is thought that
wa the cause of the decline in . Illinois
CAR LINE ON THE LAKE FRONT
Tracks Art Extended to Omaha Rod
and Gas Club Because of
Workmen are putting In the new ex
tension of the Omaha .& Council Bluffs
t Street railway line from Courtland Beach
! to the club house of the Omaha Rod and
Gun club. This club has grown to such
extensive proportions that the company
was forced to build the line to care for the
Increased traffic. Work Is being pushed
as fast ss possible, that the line may be
built In time for the formal opening of
the season of the Omaha Rod and Gun
club, which will be hti.1 July 4. Tne rlub
Is making extensive preparations for this
event and the entertainment commltt-o
with Fred Morris as chairman will arrange
an Interesting program of water spirts and
CARRINGTON NIGHT AT THE DEN
Special Honor Will Be Paid to Aged
Warrior and Ills Wife
While In Omaha.
General Henry B. Carrlngton of Fort
Phil Kearny mast-acre fame and Mrs. Car
rlngton will arrive In Omaha Monday aft
ernoon from Hyde Park, Mass., eniouta
to the Sheridan reunion, and the Omaha
Commercial club will unite with the
Knights of Ak-Sar-Ren In giving him a
royal welcome to the chief city of the
Kingdom of Qjlvera. In his honor Mon
day night will be made military night at
the Den and he and General Charles Mir
ton, commanding the Department of ths
Missouri, will be special guests of honor.
The officers of the general headquarters,
as well as those tsom Fort Omaha and
Fort Crook, will also be guests of ths even
ing. Earlier In the evening the board of gov
ernors of Ak-Sar-Ben will enterta.n the
two generals and the officers at an In
formal dinner at the Omaha club. Mrs.
Carrlngton will be the guest of Mrs. Mor
ton while In the city.
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