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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1909.
VISITORS TO MSAR-BEN
You art cordially invited to male our Piano
department your headquarters and melting place-
II A YDEN BROS.
THE EVENT OF
NOTES ON OMHA SOCIETY
and Mrs. Daugherty Entertain
Is the demonstration of this store's pre-eminent position
In all lines of Musical Merchandise, accompanied by our
AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN OF PRICE CUTTING
Our Piano Department
Constitutes the nnt thoroughly complete stock
In the west The assortment are Inclusive of
the very finest grades in the world and of all
Intermediate lines to best low' priced pianos thu
Our Small Instrument Dept.
Is already recognized as the largest and best
In Nebraska. The assortment is the largest and
our prices are always just a little lower than
can be found anywhere els.
To Properly Name This Sale You Would Say It Was a
GIGAN11C SALE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
In which QUALITY and LOW PRICES vie with one another as to which are the greater.
The character of the goods and the prices we ask will undoubtedly move all these
goods in a very short time. The stocks consist of the following:
Pianos, Interior Piano Players, Piano Players, Organs .Music Boxes, Talking Machines,
Talking Machine Records, Piano Player Music, Sheet Music, Guitars, Mandolins, Violins,
Accordians, Cases fox all kinds of Instruihents and everything pertaining to musical mer-
chandise. IN THIS GREAT SALE everything will be sold at a
Most Wonderful Price Reduction
While the r jtcr we k are amazingly low we
to take advantage of thetTery easy terms we offer.
$3.00 up. Organs from ,$3.0O up.
Here are a few of the many great bargainB to
$290 Walnut case f 85
$300 Mahogany case, good for beginner 00
$400 Oak case, used 18 month! $125
$400 Ebony caee, In fine shape 9 100
$550 Walnut case, beautifully carved $225
$400 Ebony case, Just the thing for a begin
ner : $125
$460 Mahogany case, Colonial design, per
fect condition $210
will make the terms to snit the purchasers, if they desire
Upright Pianos from $88.00 up. Square Pianos from
be had here during our Great Ak-Sar-Ben Musical In-
$500 Walnut case, almost new $235
$350 Mahogany case, largest size, almost
$350 Walnut case, largest size, fine condi
$560 Walnut case, excellent bargain $125
$275 Mahogany case, almost new $105
$325 Mahogany case, largest size $180
$500 Mahogany case, almost new $240
$750 Player-Piano, good as new $300
BUTTONS F0R TRIMMINGS
Are Still Holding Their Place for
the Fall and Winter
Buttons still hold their place amonj the
trimmings for fnll and winter. They are
applied more lavishly than ever, but a note
of warning should be sounded for the bene
fit of the uninspired. This matter of ap
plying buttons Is not to simple as It might
Their effect upon the lines of the coat
must be carefully studied, and there should
be nt least some apparent reason for their
presence. Lamentable exhibitions of
bizarre frocks recklessly sputtered all over
with buttens of contrasted color have
marked the summer season, and the
makers of autumn frocks should profit by
these summer failures, but Ions; lines of
self-color buttons and buttonholes follow
ing the line of opened coat skirt seams,
coat fronts, outside sleeve seams, skirt
fronts, etc., are. exceedingly effective.
Not only genuine buttons, but a great
variety of buttonlike ornaments are used
In profusion by the best designers. Flat
rosettes, cabochons and pendeloques
(rosettes with little pendants hanging from
their centers) of paasementerle are very
popular, and all sorts of ornaments are
made of heavy cord covored with satin
or other material.
These heavy satin cords are wound round
and round to form flat or raised button
like ornaments, large or small. Handsome
big buttons are made, too, by weaving
very narrow satin folds or straps In and
out In basket work fashion and covering
flat, round button molds.
Foutache shows no sign of losing Its
hold. In fact, It promises to be more
popular than ever, and here again we
find exclusive designers discontented with
the multitude of braid ornaments offered
on the trimming counters and making
their own braid accessories. Heavy cords
' formed by winding one piece of soutache
closely round and round one or two other
trips of soutache are used In all colors
and all Imaginable ways, with buttons
fashioned from soutache to accompany
them. Such braid ornamentation in the
color of the material Is frequently the
only trimming on handsome suits of lus-
trious, supple broadcloth.
CONFLICT RAGES ON FROCKS
Authorities Differ in Their Forecasts
About the Karlr Fall
Conflict rages round about the early
autumn frocks and suits, and the only way
In which the average woman can foster
peace of mind Is to read one fashion Journal
and no other, cleaving to the edicts of the
one Fails correspondent as to the fashion
law and gospel. Perhaps she will be even
more at rest concerning her autumn ward
robe If she reads no fashion letters at all
and merely buys what she sees In the
shops; but In this- latter contingency she
Is likely to make egregious mistakes and
her satisfaction Is likely to be short lived,
for the earliest autumn models are usually
mere echoes of late summer models, and
the actual novelties, the last Parisian
words anent the winter modes, do not
reaoh this country until after the Paris
ians have flocked back to Paris from
watering places and chateaux and have
set themselves seriously at work consider
ing the problems of winter toilettes.
Bo far as the models offered to American
buyers are concerned there has apparently
been nothing that Is revolutionary or even
surprising. They seem to be merely a
mulling over of late summer Ideas, a com
bining, accepting and rejecting of these
Ideas rather than any actual creation of
Ono correspondent says lightly and with
a casual air of finality: "The dlrectoire Is
of course, quite out of It." A second opines
that "It Is absolutely safe to assume that
dlrectoire ideas will continue to dom'natj,
though modified and combined with fea
tures of other periods."
And meanwhile -manufacturers, having
made bold guesses several months ano,
are turning out "authoritative fall mod
els." What can a poor woman do save hold
faat to a profound conservatism and wait
to see how prophecy and fact Jibe as the
Catching at fashion straws, profiting by
some general understanding of fashion cur
rents, we have done a little in the line of
prophecy ourselves, but always with the
soft pedal on. It is unwise, distinctly, em
phatically unwise to indulge In the pro
nounced, the bizarre, the extreme when one
Is doing early buying. Perhaps It Is un
wise to do It at any point in the season,
but there we branch out Into the problem
of feminine tastes and concerning them
there Is no disputing.
There seems to be every reason for be
lief that certain modified dlrectoire fea
ture's will find place In smart frocks
throughout the winter, but pure dlrectoire
loses Itself In harmonious If anachronistic
combination with other periods and with
Ideas of no period at all. That clinging
skirts, shortened waistlines, scarf draper
ies, long, close sleeves and long coats of
comDaratlvelv straight lined are to he reck
oned with throughout the winter there is
no doubt, but how much variation there la
to be within these limits remains to be
The incroyable and pure dlrectoire effects
In coats, though pronounced in the early
domestic models, seem In the best Pari&
houses to be giving way to straight, limp,
long lines of no particular period. This
coat may retain certain dlrectoire features,
particularly In connection with the collar
and waist line, but Lrfiuls XV. Ideas enter
Into the scheme in the shape of big trim
med pockets, frills falling over the hands.
The new Paquim models show too a
slight narrowing of the shoulders which
belongs to tho Ixiuls XV. tendency, but
on the whole, the long shoulder lines pre
vail, the shoulder, curve being, however.
clearly defined and the sleeve set Into the
armhole with little or no fulness. Some
of the smart coat aleeves, especially in
the coats of severe tailored type, are set
In smoothly, like the sleeves af a man's
coat. Others have a little more amplitude,
but are adjusted with smoothly pressed
gores so that there Is no fulness around
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MRS. F. A. BROGAN SOON TO LEAVE
Kseat at Cnnntrr Clab Party Gl-a tT
Xomber of Friends M iss Amy
Gilmore Entertains for
Fled from Civil Marriage.
Miss Mollis llotlu-rsuaugh, 13 years old,
came to Sedalla, Mo., from her home at
Florence, Morgan county, Mlaeouii, to be
married to John Gilmore, aged 24, a mer
chant of Beaman, Pettis county. The guests
were assembled at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. Joseph Kehl, and all was in
readiness for the ceremony, which was to
have been performed by Justice A. H. Al
len of Bowling Green township, when the
trrlde broke from the side of her prospec
tive husband and ran from the house,
"I won't be married by that man, and
only half way married."
Consternation reigned and a number
started lrv pursuit of the young woman, but
not until four hours later was she found at
the Delmar hotel, sleeping soundly In a
room to which she had been assigned by
the clerk, who was unaware of what had
tlllmore burst Into tears at the unexpected
turn of affairs and refused to be com
forted. All efforts to induce Miss Mother
baugh to reconsider proved of no avail and
she returned to her home in Florence with
out any explanation.
Wrights and Measures.
A dash uf pepper la one-quarter salt
Three and one-half rupfuls commeal
equal one pound.
One tablespoonful soft butter equals one
Two teacupfulls packed soft butter equal
One and one-half cupful firm butter
equal one pound.
Eight large or ten medium slxed eggs
equal one pound.
Four heaping tablespoonfuls soft butter
equal one cupful.
One pint well packed soft butter equals
One while of egg equals one ounce.
One yolk of egg equals one ounce.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Paugherty gave a
perfectly-appointed dinner Thursday even
ing at tnelr home on South Thirty-ninth
street In honor of their nephew. Mr. F.d
ward Crelghtnn and Miss Hasel Connell,
whose wedding takes place Wednesday.
The guests were seated at a large oblong
table, having for a centerpiece a canoe
filled with cosmos. Miniature canoes filled
with swansonla at each place made at
tractive souvenirs, and appropriate place
cards were of cuplds and wedding cakes In
water colors. A bridal effect was given
by tying each chair with a cluster of as
paragus fern, with a large white tulle
bow. An Informal evening was spent with
music, and those present were Miss Haael
Connell, Miss Mai Ion Connell, Miss Wanda
Estee, Miss Eleanor Tierce, Miss Clara
Mitchell, Miss Ellen Crelghton, Miss Ruth
Moorhead. Miss Jean Cudahy, Mr. and Mrs.
Wlllard Hosford, Mr. Edward Crelghton,
Mr. John Redlck, Mr. John DauKherty,
Mr. Edward A. Cudahy, Jr., Mr. Lawrence
Brlnker, Mr. June Brown, Mr Ben Gal
lagher, Mr. Frank Wllhelm, Mr. Robert
Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Daugherty.
At the ronntry Clnb.
Complimentary to Mrs. F. A. Brogan,
who leaves Tuesday for an extended east
ern stay, a party of friends will entertain
at dinner Friday evening at the Country
club. Those present will be Mr. and Mrs.
Brogan, Miss Mae Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Ij. dimming. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gulou, Dr.
and Mrs. C. A. Hull, Mr. Lawrence Fletcher
of Boston, Mass.; Mr. O. C. Redlck and
Mr. Harry McCormlck.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Welch gave a
family dinner party Friday evening at the
club. Those present Included Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond M. Welch, Miss Helen
Welch, Miss Eleanor Welch and Masters
William and Marvin Welch.
At the Omaha Clnb.
Miss Amy Gilmoro was hostess at a de
lightful luncheon party Friday at the
Omaha club in honor of Miss Hazel Con
nell and for her guest. Miss Polleys of St.
Paul, Minn. A color scheme of green and
white was used, with a large bouquet of
bride's roses for the centerpiece for the
large round table. Flace cards, with wed
ding bells, marked the places for Miss Pol
leys, Miss Haxel Connell. Miss Wanda Es
tee on Montpelier, Va. ; Miss Clara Mitchell
of Denver, Colo.; Miss Eleanor Pierce of
Fall River, Mass.; Miss Marlon Connell,
Miss Jean Cudahy, Miss Ruth Moorhead,
Miss Ellen Crelghton, Miss Miriam Patter
son, Miss Helen Cudahy, Miss Alice Swlts
ler, Miss Bess Baum, Mrs. Louis Clarke,
Mrs. George Redlck, Mrs. Robert Gilmore
and Miss Gilmore.
At Happy Hoi loir.
The members of the Friday club and some
of their friends were the guests at lunch
eon Friday of Mrs. Edwin Haney at Happy
Hollow. Covers were laid for Mrs. J. B.
Brunner, Mrs. H. P. Deuel, ' Mrs. J. E.
Eyler, Mrs. J. D. Foster, Mrs. John Guild,
Mrs. F. B. Kennard, Mrs. L. H. Korty,
Mrs. H. Falmer, Mrs. J. H. Royce, Mrs.
E. Rosewater, Mrs. Andrew Ross, Mrs.
Evert Smith. Mrs. Ed. Robldeau, Mrs. W.
B. Wllklns, Mrs. J. R. Manchester, Mrs.
Samuel Rees, Mrs. R. V. Cole, Mrs. F.
W. Little, Mrs. F. E. Pearce, Miss Blanche
Rosewater and Mrs. Haney.
At the Field Clnb.
Mrs. Leon J. Nelson gave one of the larg
est bridge luncheons of the season Friday
at the Field club. For luncheon the guests
were seated at a large "U" shaped table
In the dining room, which had a pretty
decoration of pink and white roses In three
vases, with clusters of clematis reaching
to the ends of the long table. Pink mono
gram cards marked the places for eighty
guests. Following luncheon ten tables
were placed In the ball room for the game
Mrs. Charles C. Rosewater was hostess
at a pretty luncheon party Friday at the
Field club for thirty guests. Three round
tables were placed In the reading room,
each having a round low mound of pink
asters, with covers for ten guests at each
Sunday evening Mr. Frank Wllhelm will
entertain the members of Crelghton-Cnn-nedl
wedding party at supper at the Coun
Mr. and Mrs. W.-T. Page will entertain
at dinner Saturday evening at the Country
Two of the largest dinner parties Satur
day evening at the Field club will be given
by Mr. George Lee, who will have covers
for twenty guests, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Pratt, who will have twenty-six guests.
Miss Mae Yates bad six guests at dinner
Friday evening at the Field club.
German Coffee Clnb.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ritter, Cuming street,
was hostess Thursday afternoon for the
meeting of the German Coffee club. Games
were played and the prizes were awarded
to Mrs. .Khaeffer and Mrs. Sherz. An
elaborate luncheon was served and the
guests of the club were Mrs. Detwller and
Mrs. Sherz of Peoria, 111., and Mrs. Tlpke,
Mrs. Shockey, Miss Dlllman and Miss Heft.
The Comls club gave ' the Initial card
party for this season Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. P. E. Lovejny, who
received a hand painted plate for the hos
tess prize. The rooms were decorated with
Ak-Sar-Ben colors and the prizes for the
game of hl(jh five were awarded to Mrs.
Voller and Mrs. Aahel. The guests of the
club were: Mrs. Peter Rahn, Mrs. J. P.
Webster, Mrs. E. 9. Voller and Miss Eva
Wreeler. The members present were: Mrs.
Henry Aahel, Mrs. B. F. Marti, Mrs. P. C.
Garratt. Mrs. W. K. Swisher. Mrs. Arthur
Kuhn, Mrs. W. T. Haynes, Mrs. E. B. Fer
ris, Mrs. G. E. Townsend, and Mrs. Ivove-Joy.
Yellow Itnae Clnb.
The Tellow Hose Card club was enter
tained Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. G. W. Icken and the high scores made
by Mrs. M. J. Ford, Mrs. C. Ixftman and
Mrs. J. Larson. There were two tables of
players present and the next meeting will
be at the home of Mrs. E. Ednuist in two
tome and On (iosnlp.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hill Clarke have
returned from a several weeks' trip
through Colorado, spending most of their
time at Platts Canyon.
Mis. Jane Ijee Hamilton of Virginia la
visiting her son. Captain It. L. Hamilton
and Mrs. Hamilton.
Mrs. J. H. Macomber has returned from
an extended visit In New York City and
points In Maine.
iiq-I(5-13 South 16th Street.
The following items nre offered for special selling Saturday only. The prices aro con
siderably less than regular, which means a positive actual saving for ono day only at these
Like cut. Made of white maple, natural finish with white
wood top. Cabinet is 2G Inches wide by 45 inches long,
lias two easy sliding flour and meal bins, one divided.
Has two large drawers, ono partitioned for small utensils.
One large moulding board. Cabinet is high grade con
struction. This is a good value at $6.50. Saturday only
nt, each 4.35
Like cut. Spring
seat, tufted back,
fringe base, ruf
fle puffed edges,
a large size com
selling value $25.
Special for Sat
urday only, each,
Mahogany finish and golden
oak, 12 inches square, 30
inches high, finished with
brass pan, complete, ready
for use. AN orth $1.00; spec
ial Saturday 39c
42-inch wide madrns for bed room enrtains,
a new importation, the most seasonable
bed room curtain material made, dainty,
washable; regular fi5e goods. Special Sat
urday, per yard 39(
Special in the
1 Pint Glass Fruit Jars
Like cut. This is your op
portunity to buy pint fruit
jars at the height of the
fruit season at less than
wholesale prices; Saturday
only, per dozen .... 45c
500 carpet samples, made in small rugs, siezs ranging from y to Hi yards. These arc made
of the best quality of Wilton, Brussels and Axminster, worth from $1.75 to $1.50 per yard,
all on sale Saturday at one price, each 29c
"We have just received a large shipment of mill end linoleum in pieces ranging from 5 to 25
yards each. These are extra fine designs for kitchen, dining room and bath room, and
quality that sells regularly from 65c to 80c per square yard. These will all be on sale Satur
day, per square yard, for 29c, 39c and 45c
opposite side, and there will be left small
strips of the embroidery, on the two edges
at right angles, to make the tiny cuffs and
SILK AND SATIN THE VOGUE
Blouses to Match Made Simple, bat
Attractive, Growing In
The blouse en suite has to a great extent
replaced the separate blouse In the cold
weather wardrobe, and the silk waist in
Its old-time grulce Is hopelessly out of
fashion, but many women sturdily cling
to the separate blouse of white or cream
color, and one has only to make a casual
aurvey of the waist departments In the
popular shops to see that the re.dy made
blouse Is still In (Treat demand.
.Of course It varies In modlshness and
In price. Also It vaiins In pronunciation.
One buys a waist on one street, a "blowse"
on another street and "bloose" on the
avenue. The double o effect adds any
where from $10 to $50 to the price, but
there's no denying that a French exqulsite
neea often accompanies the doubled vowel,
and there are chic little hand-made blouses
ao redolent of Paris that plain waist doesn't
faintly express them.
For several seasons past ever since the
edict that blouses should match winter
suits In color went forth chiffon, silk
mouaaellne lace and net have been favorite
materials with blouse designers. They still
hold first place, affording the necessary
relief from oppressive warmth In over
heated houses, restaurants, theaters, etc.,
yet carrying out the color schemes of the
coat and skirt coetumes with which they
are worn, but there are Indications that
the silk blouse may receive more recogni
tion than It has In recent seasons.
The softness, lightness and beauty of the
new satin finished silks and crepes make
them eminently suitable for blouea ma
terials, and where so many costumes arp
satin trimmed the satin surfaced blouse fits
In admirably. Smart satin blouses are hMng
made en suite with many of the autumn
street costumes, and tho manufacturers of
ready made blouses, having foreseen this
possibility, are offering some excellent little
satin models In the mopt popular colors nd
An Illustration of this point Is furnished
by the mulberry satin blouse of the sketch,
a model that may also hf obtnlned In sev
eral other colors. Tho lines of the blouse
are simple, but in accordance with the
latest ideas, the bust high, the fullness
plight and drawn down smoothly without
Mousing, the sleeves long and close, the
collar tight, high and shaped upward at
Uttle satin-covered buttons, folds of the
satin and applied ornaments fashioned
from satin-covered cord nro the only trim
ming, aside from the unpretentious little
guimpe of cream net, but the blouse has
a decided cachet which a fussier, more
elaborate creation mlKht lak.
For a rather Revere tailored coatume
models even less ornate niny he appropriate,
regulation shirtwaists Unes being adopted,
but softened and modified by some orig
inal note In color, fril:. etc. Ono good
blouse, sketched here, was made up In
one tone silk with a very narrow plaid edge,
this edge bordering the front frills and thu
collar and being used In bands on the long
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Into the homes of the best people.
WOMEN SUFFER NEEDLESS PAIN
Boost your business with Want Ads.
For the Habr'e Yoke.
A pretty yoke can be made for the tiny
baby by cutting the front and two halves
of the hack from a large slxed handker
chief wltba fine embroidered border.
Put the front to one edge of the hand
kerchief, the two placet el the back to the
Every woman has bo much pain,
work and worry in life that any need
Iphs daily suffering from backache,
headache, dizziness, languor or other
kidney ills is unfortunate, indeed.
Doan'a Kidney Pills have brought
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Women easily fall victims to kidney
Ills. The confining work a woman
does, the tight, heuvy clothing she
wears, the constant bending, reach
ing and lifting of housework, the
rares of bringing up children, are all
trying. Any fever, cold, chill or
strain may weaken the kidneys, and
set up congestion, with backache and
disturbances of the urine.
Too many women have come to
think that backache, pain through th6
hips, headache, "blues," dizzy spells.
sick headache, nervousness and
swelling of the ankles, wrists or limbs,
are troubles peculiar to the sex.
Don't make that mistake. Suspect
your kidneys first. Men have slmiliar
aches when the kidneys are sick.
It Is a woman's duty to herself and
to her family to detect the first signs
of kidney weakness, and to give the
Many Mysterious Aches
May be Cured by Cur
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Kidneys prompt help. A special rem
edy for weakened or diseased kidneys,
for backache and urinary disorders. Is
Doan's Kidney Pills, a composition of
vegetable ingredients, that may be
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on the kidneys. Dunn's Kidney Pills
testore norniHl action of the kidneys,
legulate the urine, drive out back
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Mrs. Anna (iorham, living at 1109
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about three years I was a victim of
kidney trouble, during which time I
used doctors' prescriptions and various
remedies without being ablo to obtain
a cure. Haekache was the chief symp
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persistently. Headaches and dizzy
spells were also of frequent occurrence
and I had but little strength or energy.
After a short use of Doan'B Kidney
Pills, procured front Sihaefer's Cut
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mouths ago 1 had a slight recurrence
of tho trouble, but again resorted to
I loan's Kidney Pills and found them as
effective as in the first Instance." . .
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