Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 27, 1908, EDITORIAL SECTION, Page 5, Image 13
THE OMAHA SUNDAY HEMt SEPTEMBER 27, 1008 5 DIRECT01RES AT CORONATION 2 (Continued (mm Fourth rage.) Sanatorium This Institution U the only one In the central ireit with eoparate building! situated In their own ample (round, yet entirely dis tinct and rendering it possible to classify eases. The one building being fitted for and deroted to the treatment of noncontagious and nonmcntal diseases, no others be ing admitted. The other, Rest Cottage, being designed for and devoted to the exclusive treatment of select mental cases, requiring for a time watchful care and spe cial nursing. BJU3 There are many women who would like to wear tailor made garments that are made to their own measure. B l th prlree are too high. We are practical fitter and tailor, and are In a position to make your garments artistically tail ored and positively at less than half the prion an ordinary tailor would aak. Our inodala are all of the newest thin fall. Complete line of rcady-to-wpar garments. During the Ak-8ar-Ben week we will allow a dlaoount of ten per cent on all purchases. Please leave, your orders early before -It gets cold. Special for Monday $6.95 Silk Pettieoati, all color-, one t ach eus- QC toraer, at vdtI CAFE LOYAL Special Sunday Dinner De Lux From 6 Until 8 O'cleck S1.00 Per Plate. "At the Sign of the Red Arrew." HOTEL LOYAL Opposite (he Pest Office TABLE D'HOTE DINNER SUNDAY AT THE 1508-10 HOWARD ST. 11:30 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Music by Fotter's Mandolin Orchestra. TABLE D'HOTE DINNER TODAY AT m CALUMET MISS BLANCHE SORENSOH VOICE CULTURE Tew papUs received. Tuesday and Fri day Afternoons and by appointment. 548 RamyeBlK. Tel. friy,My Gm Swedish National Dtncers From Skansen, Stockholm The only company of Its kind in the world Representing a unique and fascinating- branch of folk lore. iaXe.E September 29lh TICKETS, 600 and T5o. Reserved 8eata at Henderson's. ISIS Farnam Hi., Mept. H it. nllTUDD? HAVING BOOK MANU KUIIlUnj scripts novels, poetry, his. lory, genealogy, anything that goea to make a salable book are invited to cor respond with COC11RANK Pi BLlbHlNO CO., Tribune Bids., New York. Call Us by 'Phone Whenever you wsnt something rail 'Phone Douglas 218 and make It known through a Bee Want Ad. 204 No. let Street, M CHESAPEAKE eon Wednesday at the Omaha club In honor of Mrs. Vance l-n of Suit Lake City, Sliest of Mrs. E. On son. Dr. anil Mre. W. N. Pnrward will enter tain st supper Sunday evening; In honor of their (niot, Mrs. L. J. mark of Peoria. 111., and Monday evening they will give an Orpheum party. Pleeaarea Past. Mrs. Carlech entertained st Innrheon Thursday at the Loyal, covers being laid for eight. Tha ushers of the Crelghton-Connell wee ding party entertained the members of the party at an enjoyable automobile party Fri day evening. Mrs. 8. R. Rush entertained- on Tuesday for her guest, Mrs. James Overstret of Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. J. B. Langley enter tained In her honnr on Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Halbert White of Kansas City, Mo., aperjt Saturday as the guests of Mr. fjeorgp Ialrr 'snd in honor of his guest Mr. Ialer entertained at dinner Saturday evening at the Rome. Mrs. F. A. Brogan gave a small Informal luncheon Friday at the Omaha club, when her gueerts were Mrs. Wilson Low, Mrs Arthur Gulou. Mrs. H. H. Baldrlge. Mre C. A. Hull and Mrs. Lawrrnoe .Fletcher. Boston. it. ano Mrs. urant Williams gavo a oir.ner jnursoay evening, when covers were placed for eight. Mr, and Mre. John Davidson of Chicago were honor gusta Following the dinner tho party occupied a box at the Burwood. Miss Wanda Estoe of Montpeller. Vt., Miss Clara Mitchell of Denver, Miss Elea nor Pierce of Fell River. Mass., Mr. Ben Gallagher, Mr. Frank Wllhelm and Mf. Lawrence Brinker had luncheon together Thursday at the Loyal. Mrs. Orace Cairns entertained the D. D, club Tuesday evening. The hostess wai presented wtth a hand painted plate, and high sooree werrw made by Miss Flora Stenim nnd Miss Coffman. Mlsa Jennie Net son will entertain the club October (, at her home. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Barkalow entertained nt dinner Wednesday evening for their guest, Mr. CWmoro Kinney of New Jersey. Covers were placed for Mlsa Bess Baum Miss Caroline Barkalow, Miss Anna Bourke, Mr. Qllmore Kinney, Mr. Pcnise Barkalow. Mr. John Madden and Mr. and Mrs. Barkalow. A pleasane surprise waa given Miss Anne Llndstrom, 4628 Hamilton street, Friday evening In honor of her birthday. Those present were MJas Etta Olsen, Miss Agnes Hallen, Miss Amanda Hallen, Mlsa Kmma Brlnn, Mlaa Alma Oustafson, Miss Hllma Anderson, Miss Anna Krlckson, Mlsa Lyda Llndstrom, Miss Anna Llndstrom, Ml Lyda FJoilln, Mr. Carl Llndqueat, Mr, Harry Samuelson, Mr. Axel Johnson, Mr. Adolf Carlson, Mr. Jaoob Hanson, Mr. Axel Carlson, Mr. Fred Anderson, Mr. An drew SmHhberg and Mr. and Mrs. Fjelllrt. A pretty luncheon was given Friday at the Omaha club by Mrs. E. 8. West brook, In honor of Mrs. Clarence Richmond Day, who la the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith. The gurots were seated at the large round table. The centerpiece waa a large basket filled with shaded pur ple asters and the handle was tied with a purple Illusion bow. Covers wore laid for Mrs. Clarence Richmond Day. Mrs. Jerome Magee, Mrs. W. O. Gilbert, Mrs. Frank T. Kennedy, Mrs. Charles T. Kountze, Mrs, W. H. Wheeler, Mrs. Eva Wallaoe, Mrs. Samuel Caldwell, Mrs. Moshier Colpetser, Mrs. E. S. Westbrook, Mrs. R C. Moore and Miss Flora Webster . Mrs. Benjamin MaAnsterTind Mrs, BlrJsall A. MAcAllaster, who leave shortly for Sara Francisco, CiU., gave a large fare well reception Saturday afternoon at their noma in Kountse Place, from 8 until o'clock. A pretty color scheme of pink and white waa used throughout the rooms, tarnations predominating, and pink shaded candles were used In lighting the rooms. A large bouquet of pink carnations formed a pretty crnterpU.ee for the table in the dining room. Assisting through the rooms were Mrs. W. C. Ross, Mrs. A. C. Powell, Mrs. A. O. Edwards and Mrs. Clinton Miller. Punch waa served In the library by Miss Katherlne Powell and Miss Eunice Holmes and assisting In tha dining room were Miss Clara Thomas, Miss Bernlce Edwards, Miss Uarda Scott, Miss Ruth Gould and Miss Alice Fry. Come nd Ot Gossip. Mr. Julius V. Newman has returned from an extended eastern trip. Mr. Lawrence Fletcher of Boston Is the gueat of his sister, Mrs. Wilson Lowe. Miss Minnie Hlller haa returned from an extended stay In the east and a visit In Des Moines. Mrs. J. H. M scomber has returned from an extended visit to New York City and points In Maine. Mr. C. S. Loblngier returned to Lincoln Saturday after spending the week with, friends in Omuha. Miss Mae Hamilton left yesterday for tha east to start on her eight months' trip around the world. Mrs. Jane Lee Hamilton of Virginia Is visiting her stin, Captain R. L. Hamilton and Mrs. Hamilton. Ex-Senator J. H. Millard and Miss Jessie Millard are expected home from abroad the middle of next month. Mrs. Thomas Cahlll has aa her guest Mrs. I H. Darkdull of Chicago, who will re main for severul weeks. Dr. Coulan has returned to Omaha to reside and has purchased a home at 1310 South Thirty-first street. Mrs. Byron Reed will move Tuesday to the house which she has taken near Thirty, third and Harney streets. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Burgess, who have been visiting In Pontlac, ill., spent last week In Washington, D. C. Mrs. W. W. Long and Miss Nellie Ixng have returned from an extended trip to Denver and Colorado Springs. Mrs. Scott, formerly Miss 1-aura Brunner, will arrive this week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Urunner. Mrs. Victor H. Coffman and daughter, Miss Rose Coffman, have moved Into their new home, 3M9 Farnam street. Miss Beatrice Cole has returned from a visit In Peoria. 111. She was accompanied home by her aunt, Mrs. L. J, Black. Mrs. Osgood T. Eastman has arrived from Chicago and I st the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns. Mra. Stephen A. Douglas and Mlsa Reed M.. Hindman, both of Chicago, are visit ing friends In the city until after Ak-Sar-Ben. John Pottrr Webster snd Lyman L. Bo son leave this evening for Ann Arbor, to take up their studies at the T'nlversity of Michigan. Mrs. Gorge P. Moore and Misa Beatrice Moore will me the guests of Mr. and Mrs, O. D. Ivlpllnger until after the Ak-Sar-Hen festivities. Mrs. 11. C. Sumney has returned from a six weeks' stay at Baileys. Colo. Dr. and Mrs. Sumney have taken apartments at th Loyal hotel. Mr. and Mrs. William Hill Clarke have returned from a soveral weeks' trip through Colorado, spending most of their time at Plaits Canyon. Mill Anneta Bruce, daughter of Senator Bruce . of Atlantic. la., arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. A. W. Hunt, J112 Woolworta avenue, Ak-8ar-Ben week. Mrs. F. H. Davis and Miss Helen Davie have returned from the east. Mlsa Davis Ik:,'-.-.--...-- ,,r WtLM ' A J,a .W M T. ... WWW. mi. ,W T ( 0 J I II US III I 1 II spent the summer abroad and was met In New York by Mr. Davis. Mrs. H. Carroll and Miss Anna Carroll have gone to Exoelslor Springs. Before re turning home they will vIhU Mend In Kansas City and St. Joeeph. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dempster and Miss Elisabeth Allen will leave Tuesday for their trip around the world, sailing from San Francisco on the steamer Corea. Mrs. W. B. Howard returned Saturday evening from a two weeks' vlalt with her parents In Ord, Neb., Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Russell. Mrs. Russell returned with Mrs. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Loom Is will take the house now occupied by Mr. snd Mrs. B. A. McAllaster, 2027 Wirt etttwt when they leave for San Francisco, Cal., the last of next month. Miss Holllster of Ban Luis Obinpo, Cal., who has boen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm, left Saturday for San Francisco, Cal., where she will visit friends before returning to her home. Miss Inlre McCartle of Alliance, arrives this week to spend the month of October With Miss Edith Anderson. Miss Kmmuline Dalby of Lincoln will spend A k-Bar-Ben week as the guest of Miss Anderson. Miss Elisabeth Palmer, MIbs Hester Tay lor, Mr. Ward Palmer and Mr. Herbert Daniel are members of a week-end house party as guest of Mr. and Mr. John Lion berger at the Kimball ranch. Mercer, Neb. Weddings and Enaawenienta. The wedding of Mlaa Mamie E. Free, daughter of Milton A. Free, and Mr. John P. Yates will take place Mor.day, October 1!, at the home of the bride's sifter, Mrs. J. J. MeMullen, JM South Fortieth street. It will be a very quiet wedding, only the Immediate fumllles to be present. A social event of the week will be the wedding of Miss Haael Connell, daughter of Mr. andj Mrs. W. J. Connell, to Mr. Edward Crelghton, which takes place Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at St. John' church, and will be followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mr. Connoll at H 30 o'clock. The marriage of Mis Dora MU'haeld and Mr. Chavlea Foley was solemnlied Wednes day evening at the bride's home In Flor ence, Rev. Father Gleason officiating. The house and lawr. were decorated with garden flower and Japanese Untersr The bride was gowned In white satin and carried bride roses. Mis Michaels, slrtnr vf the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a gown of pale blue. After a western trip the young people will live In Omaha, The marf.age of Mix Margaret Chalmers Francis, daughter of the late Rev. James Francis, vicar of Denham-on-Trent, Eng land, to Mr. Berirtn Colleton Cooke, took place Thursday afternoon et I o'clock at St. Martin's church, South Omaha, Rev. Jama Wise officiating. The bride was Cti inilffA A ia"' '.' 1 ." e ' e A:i:':''.'-:.;mV''-;''v'A YOU ARE GRAND THE PEOPLES ELABORATE DECORATIONS MUSIC Music Will Be Furnished by Heyn's Select Orchestra. Concert in the Morning and Afternoon. SOUVENIRS GIVEN FREE TO ALL VISITORS The souvenirs represent the highest type of lithographing art They are very hand some and are worthy a place in every home. They will be given free to all callers. This grand fall opening shdws ths Peoples Store more fully equipped than erer, to take care of the houHehold wants of the people of Omaha and vicinity. This great store, through Its Immense resources. Is not only able, but doea jtfve to the people better values and better qualities than any other slorg In the West. The Peoples Store's relia bility and trustworthiness Is a guarantee of perfect satisfaction. AVe wlh nuiii to extend to all cortliul invita tion to attend this GKAND FALL OPENING. Special Opening Sale of Carpetsand Rugs Cottage carpets, good quality, -worth 60c, special, .g) All wool ingrain carpets, best wearing quality, worth 75c, special price yer yard 53 Brussels Carpets, good, heavy quality; worth 90c, special per yard 60 Wilton Velvet Carpets, very beautiful patterns, worth $1.60, special price per yard ; 70 Axmlnster Carpets, very heavy pile, worth $1.60, special . price, per yard 89 Axmlnster Rugs, 27-lnch width, very handsome, worth $2.60 special price i ...SI. 10 Special Cook Stoves, made of selected cast lion, large 8-inch lids, good sized oven, worth $16.60, special price. .0.75 Cat Ranges, made of very heavy, pure, gray iron, 4 large, 8-inch lids, good sized oven, heavy guaranteed grates, nicely nickled trimmed, worth $27.60, special . price $18.50 Steel Ranges, made of special gauge of steel, full asbes tos lined, duplex grates, guaranteed a No. 1 baker, worth $35.00, special price. $20.00 The bi? sale pf the Furniture, Carpet, Stove and Drapery Stocks of the, Omaha ClotUiris Si',". Furniture Co., which re purchased at 50. cents pn the dollar, is still going on. A rare opportun ity to obtain big bargains. Three Rooms Furnished Complete $71.50 Positively the greatest three-room' outfit offer ever made. It contains besides all the furniture necessary, such articles as silverware, glassware, tinware, dinner sots, window shades, lace curtains,. draperies,etc. . A cordial invita tion to visit this store is extended to all Ak-Sar-Ben visitors. attended by Mlns JeBoii Francli i brides maid and waa given awuy by her hrnlher, Mr. Norman Chalmera Francln. Mr. R. Bnrtow was best nmn. Only ndntlvus were presvnt at tli ceremony, tut n even ing; rece'ptiun was given from 7 to 1 o'oloi k at the borne of the bride's bn.tlier, Ir. Francis, 3i4 Valley street, for about fifty guests. Mrs. Cooke arrived Tuesday from Iotidoni, England. PLANS FOR STATE MEETING Prdrrallon Program Will . Contain amn of Prominent Club Workers mni Speakers. Plans for the entertsintnent of the SUte Federation of Women's Clubs, which will meet In Omaha October 13. 14 and 15, have been almost completed and a good program Is announced. Amang the speakers who will address the Federation are. Mrs. Blair of St. Paul, chairman of the household economics committee of the General Fed eration; Mies Anna I Clark of M!n iuil, formerly chairman of the Civil Service com mittee of the Oeneral Federation. The Society of Fine Arts has arranged for an address by Mrs. John Sherwood of Chicago, former chairman of the art com mittee of the General Federation. Wednesday, October 14. the delegates will accept an Invitation to visit mid Inspect the Armour and Cudahy plants at KoJ'h Omaha. Mra. Frank Uuller and Mrs. Cfre.ige W. Ivinlnger will open their home axrt tha I.lnlnger art gallery to the women (luring the meetings. D. A. K. State Conference. The date of the state conference, of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be October 'A and 80 st Fremont. The Lewis and Clurk chapter will act as host esses and the state regent of Wyoming and Mrs. Huahnell of Council Iiluffs, la., vice president general, will be present. kkrlaa of Homaaee Shattered. Boston Herald. , Alas, that the flames have destroyed the unciunt palace of the Cnpulets, the home of Juliet at Verona, There were eome double about the genuinenesa of the sweet tradi tion attaching to It, as there is about the reputed tomb of Juliet, but they have each been tha shrine of young and sentimental travelers, who have deposited thereto or thereon tender tokens of their sympalhetlo emotions. It's a pity to deprive them of one of their altars, whether It was genuine or otherwise. Solelagr tke Paddla. Kansas City Times. "We'll put a little ginger Into tha cam paign now," says President Rooeavolt, suit ing the word to th aotios) ,..a,,iaf a , .. ti 111 ..uLmmj r.hii j, lit ... AXVL.Wila'Ci:, " ,'1 1 i CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE FALL OPENING .AT. Monday, September 28 Opening Sale of 16T22 & FARNAM .STREETS, OMAHA (Tit FsopUs Fjrnitura and Carpet Co. Bitablishtd la 1887.) Books and Huiry White, who for several year held an Influential position us un officer if the Qurmer.t Workers of America, a b d which he represented at several conven tions of tho American Federation of Labor, contributes to the Septetuber number of the North American Review an. article "nii'.h-d "The I.ubor Unions und the Presidential Campaign." Mr. White criticises tho acts of tho leaders of the American Federallm of Labor In making an effort to lniiucn union workmen to support a particular politic. .1 party. In doing so they have do. patted from the traditional policy of the unions, which haa been to leave their mem bers rntiiely tu-e to act in polUics us tlu-y choHe. Mr. White doubts whether unit n la. bortrs will respond In trlilmr numbers to tiie appeal of their leaders, and, should this prove to be the case, the result will simply tend to show the weakness of organised labor as a factor in politics. "The Life of Alice Freeman Palmer," by C-orne Herbert Palmer, la a record of the life of a remarkable woman, which will be read not only by tiie thousands of Mrs. Pajimr's friends, but by the larger publlo as well. It la at once a brilliant study of a typical American woman, whose life work was of historical Importance In the devel opment of education in America and an In timate picture of a vivid and attractive temperament. It lias, even for the reader who never knew Mrs. Pulmei, the Interest of a novel. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Is the publisher. Tho "Treasure of the Canyon," by Josepii H, Ames, is the tale of an expedition to search for relics of the Cliff Owellurs In Arlionia An ancient document gives Uic key to the hiding place of a portion of tiie treasures of Muulezumu. Then follows the perilous descent of the Colorado river through the entire length of the Urand Canyon. Later, two boys scale the cliffs and a'srt for civilisation to got help. Tiny are subseuuently captuied by a guns of outlaws who have an Inkling of the treas ure, and have a wild midnight ride for lifu over the desert. Published by Henry Hull 4 Co. "Priest and Pagan," by Herbert M. Hop kins, has Its scene laid in the half-wooded suburb of New York City, culled tha Kronn, at the home of an unmarried Lpiscopal clergyman, and at the lonely country house of a neighbor. The plot opens with the sppea ante of a worldly, scholarly man, who has allowed his friends to think that he waa drowned off the const of Algeria. While isitlr a mausoleum at Woodlawa terns- STORE SOUVENIRS Velvet Rugs, 27-lnch width, pretty patterns, worth $3.60, special price $1.40 Art Reversible Rugs, size 10-6x9, can be used on clthor. side, worth $8.50, our price $3.25 Brussels Rugs, 6x9 extra good quality worth $12.50, our Price $7.50 Brussels Rugs, 9x12 slue, made of heavy, worsted yarn, worth $20.00, our price 8511.75 Wilton Velvet Rugs made of selected stock, elegant pat terns, size 12x9, worth $30.00, special price. 10.25 Stoves Soft Coal Heaters. Heavy cast Iron base, full steel drum," . guaranteed fire pot, worth $10.00, spociul price 0.25 Base Burners, made of extra heavy material, full nkUul trimmings, gas proof magazine, perfect feed, extensive heat radiation, worth $35.00, special price. . .$10. 75- Gold Coin Base Burners. Positively the most economical and longest lasting base burner on the market. Extra large fire pots, giving a greater amount of heat with the least consumption of fuel. ...Handsomely nicklqii trim .": med, $45.00 value, sale price .S529.50. Ak-Sar3en visi tors should make this store their t 1 A 1.1 rv Headquarters wmie Magazines tery. which had been erected to him by Ills uncle, he Is surprised into uksutiilog a false name by the suilden appearance of the young clergyman. He (Joes home with the rector, and, finding in him nnd his life a new sen'tatlon fur his Juderl nii'lilitl ap petite, he stays with him, ur very noon comes to know the heroine. The outcome of her choice between the priest and p;tan worked out with keen tinderHtundtnK and dramatic power. Mr. Hopkins is tho first rector of the Church of the Holy Nativity Id the Hronx, ami quite u little of ills own t xpciieme as a church worker Is given Into bis novel. Published by 'Houghton, Mifflin & Co. To be freshly Informed and up to iluto read the Suptemher ismie uf the Na'ional Mannzine. Follow Joe Chui 1 'a ia. y ac count of "A New F.ra In I . ll t ' i 1 Cam paigning" for a glimpse if tl' Invl le of the wonderful mechanism of political cani palgnlrg. the reniarkautu t-volutUin In na tional politics from the old (orchil .;ht methods to the modem card-Index !. m. Among the sperlul ' fentuie ! "Th Ro mance of the Oyster" by (lar.mult AuhIz. This Is a striking elucidation of an im portant and enormous lndu.stry ami it reads like a compiling romance. Joe. Chappie Is Irrespressible In tin happy hsblt department, where he expounds th 'Era of Cheerfulness." This article la im portant because, cunilng at this time from an editor who writes bis imiaajln. fr.r i!u people, it Is of unusual timeliness. Winston Churchill's "Mr, Crew - s Career" Is a story of Auienrai, poliLlc.i us tiuy ura emerging from railroad eontiol an.) cor porate domination. Mr. Crwe, un timti.-ing and rather clever mixture f tiaprsme s -If- sufficiency und shrewdness, sra.-pt the op portunity of thrusting liimselj imo pontics on the reform platform. Ai.nn n Vatic Is the son of a wealthy ra'.lroid at:nrmy, who begins the practice of law with u directness und force which nuguea.s s uie Ihlng of his nietluids In the west., from which he had recently . returned, 'wljli th.. sympathy of the cillseiis." Much - to tlu disappointment of his father, he'ni.m s an anti-railroad lawyer of more tiian local reputation and aituuia a popularity Ilia threat, lis the. undoing of "Mr. xCr,.wes Career." An admirable love story tuns through It all, as well as many itiurnn uf character and Incident. I'ub.l lie I by tho Macmillun company. Bennett's Lata Fiction Library lioek Dept. enables you to read the nwf books at UUle eeat i I 4 .1 I V t I mm MsnMssnqpw r.)v Ilellevue. . i'. Ak-Rar-Hen Is the ''popular toplp:'' now adays. .-, .'. Harry LongsJorf was down from Umaha Sutunlay. . , .MIkk Harriet Kdy waa down from maha this week. I'uvld Fletcher visited hl's boms to Cells vue tills week. , . A new barn la being erected on tit' place of O. C. Heed. ' . . ' . Miss Funic NlchflU .'.was shopping 1b Omaha Friday. . ' . ' -i; Howard Plunk wus a gust of frlands In Bcllcvuc last Hunduy. Mrs. Arthur of Omaha la visiting har sister. Mrs. Wright. MiHM Itlanche Heed and Mr. J. P, Ooas wi re iii Omuha Fjlday. Harry Harnlsh und wlfa were visitors 1st Houtii Omaha Saturday, "; Joiin Ktoi ktnan of Cpresro, la., Js, again In llell.vue attending college. I r. d Roberts spent last wmk la prlng field, w in re he hua rolatlves. 'il Miss Nellie McDonald pf Omaha wsg vis iting with A. Wiigl)t's jpnday. M'ns llirtha Mllner has been entertain Ink .Mlus (iraca Clarke of Psjiillloo, Albert Johns will give a, dujioeiat his n. w- residence next tjaturday evening. Mrs. I. aura Sloan of ftmaha vlulted hnr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chadd. luet 8Uduy. Miss Susie Hothery at feudal th matinee ut t'lu Krug In Omtvha Saturday afiurnoon. The ll.-llcvue band' Is dcrlng regurar prao tici. und holies to bo 'fn line for business soon. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. C. M,, long-tlins resi dents of llellcvue, liavrt moved U.(3llver Creek. -, ;-.. Fred Osborne of . Woodblns, la,,' visited la.t Thursday 'venlin? with the - Turcell family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred1 Flake, with tbvlr eon, Fred of Lal'lulte, wse Uellovuw visitors Saturday nlglit. . - t. The Royal Neliflihors' met with ' Mrs. Kvelyn Urandy Friday .-evening. They re port a fine time. - Mrs. tl. Cr Rv-clf ehjoj'rl the company of her sister. Mrs. Jt ss '"IJaney, of '44outh Omuhu this week. ' ' A largo number of OinaJia )ple enjoyfxl nn entertainment al the liomo of Ufa. E. lihick last dunciuy uf,tei(Uin. .T Carl Wehrman of Madison. Wut..- and Mrs. Jacoli Reiner of Omaha vlalted the McUcrmuts laat Vdnsi!iy. '. Two weeks ngo Jim Illinn was nearly kilied on the motor track, yet he, i now fishing uiraln in t,oe VI Missouri. f ... Informution that s-imrs fairly rwllabla has leaked out to t:n Tf)l that . tue,. Inter u l i .i ii car line la to tiafb a hulf-hiHir.' serv ice. I "' , t- !'. Miss Hel. n Fletcher; s'sslstant ustmls tn.H. hits li en skk h'-vyul days, 1 Jiut Is l.-tt r in w and utile 1v attend her duties again. . ".. ' ; lerhaps Charlie Patrick finds selling pump equalizer rutifr limn ttie old Job. Anvway. he lias iiuit.woii.tug and taken up un ugciny. ..i H. T. Clarke of thusha bus generously donateil wnat lumber the cyclone h-ft to the Holiness church. Tin HuJinuss people also have raised considerable by subscrip tion and should put-UB sVW Irnlhlitk ( r-.'-i ,..; : . i"A ? km. j :;.V j .:.fv.;..?i.,. i ' "