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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1908)
SUNDAY BEK: OCTOBER 11. 1908.
society- prispects bright
Put Week Brings Announcement of
TJIBUTASTIS TO BE. ETTEODTJCED
I r f Cnmmtry Clb truna Skews
I'rixpcrltr that Wumta En-t.-ricr-iaent
of at Least Omm
J mb a Utile mole upon your neck
And lomci'd to kiss it. but I did not dare;
'Twin but h tiny, rounded, brownish apeck
Half hidden by a rlrirlet of your hair.
I law a freckl on your milk-white arm.
Half way between the shoulder and the
Of dimpled albow. Wm thin any harm
Ta let mjr His upon tha spot descend?
I law a frown upon vmr perfect brow
A, witching- poutand than .a welcome
Wai I a fool my panlon to arow
Whin eager ayei had told you all th
Tke iocle.1 Calendar.
MONDAT Meeting of Omaha chapter,
Daughter! of tha American Revolution,
at home of Mra. Fllsa Burdrtte Patrick;
meeting of Monday Bridge club with Mri.
Jr.aeph Darker; Yatea-Free wedll"g; Mra
Charles Oorg, luncheon at Omaha club
for Mn. Sherwood; La Douialne club, the
Tt'BSDAY Omaha chnpter, Daughters of
the American Revolution, reception from
4 to p. m. at home of Mra. J. M. Met
calf for vleltlnat Daughtera of the Amer
ican Revolution delegate! to Nebraska
Federation of Wnman'a clubi; Melody cluh
meeting with Mill Henrietta Reea; lunch,
eon day, dinner and mid-week dance at
Happy Hollow club; Mra O. VV. Wattlea,
luncheon at her home for Mra. Sherwood.
WEINESDAT Meeting of Wednesday
Bridge club with Mra. C. Y. Smith; Mri.
J. A. C. Kennedy, bridge party; Mr. and
Mra. El S. Weitbrooke. dinner party at
their home; mid-week dinner and dunce
at Country club.
THt'RBDAY Reception nt Llnlnrer Art
gallery for vlsltlns; del, gntei to Nebraska
Federation of Woman's rlubi; bunttiK t
and muilrile at Rome h'tel for delegates
to Nfl'iaska Federation of Woman'
cluha; Judge and Mn. Howard Kennedy,
Jr., mnslcale and dawe at Happy Hol
low club; luncheon dHy at Happy Hol
low club; Mn. Frank Turney, bridge
KRI DAY Meeting of Junior Bridge club
with Mra. Karl Klpllnger.
SATURDAY Dancing party at Chamber
ball for class formed from Mrs. Mlllard'a
ami Mra. Keller's last vear class; dinner
and dunce at Country and Happy Hollow
The lait week hai brought aeveral an
nnuncemcnti of mora than passing; Interest,
and among them two engagement and a
wedding date that fig definitely for the
winter and spring functions that promise
to be conspicuous on the social calendar.
The engagement of Miss Flora Webster,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. John L. Web
ter, and Mr. George Prlns was announced
at a luncheon Thursday, and whlta the
wedding data wai not Included In tha an
nouncement. It li expected to take place
late In tha winter. Both Mr. Prlns and his
fiancee are among tha best known mem
bers of tha fashionable aet.
Tha engagement of Mlas Viola Cahn,
daughter of Mr. Albert Cahn, and Mr. Iaa
dore Wltmark of New York City waa alao
announced Thursday. Owing to a bereave
ment In her family, Mlai Cahn hai been
withdrawn from loclety the last year. A
daughter of one of Omaha's old families,
, ihe lias hoatg of friends here who will re
gret her departure from the city. Mr. Wlt
mark Is at the head of the well known
musical publishing house of that name In
New York, and v.' Ill take his bride to an
enviable social position In his home city.
During the week, alao, Mr. and Mrs. Na
than Morrlam announced November M as
the date of the wedding of their daughter.
Miss Nathalie Merriam, to Mr. Barton
Mlllnrd. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mil
lard. The wedding will take place at Trin
ity cathedral at S o'clock In the evening.
The social prominence of both families will
mnke the wedding one of tha most Inter
esting of the year. Because of lll-heallh.
Mi in Merriam has never been formally In
troduced. Two yean ago, when Just out
of school, she was crowned Ak-Bar-Ben
queen, and It has been a disappointment to
her many friends that ihe has naver for
mu'ly mtercd society. She has spent much
time traveling abroad and In vary popular.
Mr Millard Is equally popular In tha
Two young hopefuls of prominent famil
ies, cauKeil considerable worry one night
last week. The parent! of one small lad
were at the Country club for dinner and he
had Invited his chum to take dinner with
him at hla home. After dinner they decided
to take a drive In tha pony cart. Returning
about S o'clock and finding tha hall dark.
they decided that It would be disturbing
the house to ring the bell and concluded to
go over to the chum'e horn on west Far-
nam hill and aleep upstalra In the barn
When the young host's parents returned
from the club, the small boy's bed was
empty and the other members f tha family
had not seen him alnce dinner. A search
of the barn ihowed that the pony had been
returned, 10 they Immediately phoned to
the chum's house. But no one had seen the
buys there and after communicating wtth
the police he parents of both boys spent a
sleepless night. About 6 o'clock In tha
morning the youngsters awoka and de
cided to go to early roaas. But one of the
buys had forgotten hli coat, so they sat In
tha choir loft, and when It was time to gti
to communion first one went up and then
tha other, wearing the coat turn about.
About o'clock they sauntered home and
told their atory about not wlihtng to dis
turb anyone, and that they had been to
Tha popularity of tha out door cluba dur
ing the last season waa shown by ths re
port of the treasurers. 80 elated were tha
directors of the Field -club at the showing
made) on the year that they at once ordered
the dance pavllllon to be doubled In slse
to accommodate ths Inrreailng number of
members who delight to dance during the
summer. The dining room will also be en
larged. The summer season la almoat over,
the Field club having doled, although
Happy Hollow, became of the more en
closed club house will keep open until
Oetober SI when a laraw Halloween pary
wilt be given. Tha date for the cloalng of
the Omaha Country club has not been de
One bride and groom of the week had
more than their share of trouble. During
the excitement of the ceremony and the re
ception the groom handed his railway
tickets snd bsggage checks to tha belt
many. Just after tha young couple
had started for the nation, the best
man discovered that he still had the tickets,
fortunstely one of the guests offered hli
automobile and they reached tha train In
time, tn fact tha brat man got on tha train
first, thua being- mistaken for the groom
by the overly lollcltoui porter who locked
him In the state room with the bride, while
the excited groom tried to explaln'the slt
At nappy fTnllow.
Mr. and Mri. Samuel Rcrs sr., entertslned
at a harvest home dinner Saturday evening
at Happy Hollow. The centerpiece was a
horn of plenty filled with fruits ana vege
tables and tiny pumpkins filled; with bon
bona were used as favors at each p ate.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Carpenter, Dr. and Mra. A. B. Somen, Mr.
and Mrs. W. 1 8elby. Mr. ond Mrs. C.
C. Belden, Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Carter, Mr.
and Mrs. Mllroy. M. and Mrs. L. H. Korty,
Mr. and Mra. F. R. Straight, Mr. and
Mrs. David Cole, Miss Henrietta Rin,
Mr. Samuel Rees, jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred 'O. Petenon enter
tained as their guests st dinner Ritutdny
evening Dr. and Mrs. H. M. McClannahun,
Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Bliss, Dr. and
Mrs. Palmer Flndley, Dr. and Mrs.
J. McD. Patten and Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Wagner. The table decorations
were Klllarney roses.
Mr.' and Mrs. Edward Updike gave one
of tha large dinner parties Saturday even
ing, their guests lnclud'ng Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Hynes, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess,
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Updike. Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wcstbrooke, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Kuhn, MY. and Mn. W. U
Tetter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Judson, M'ss
Ixiulsa t'pdlke, Mr. O. W. Updike and Mr.
The dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Van Noitrand Saturday were Mr.
And Mn. John R. Webster, Mr. and Mri.
C. J. Lyon, and Mr. and Mra. T. B. Nor
rls. , Mr. W. P. Conklln entertained at dinner
Saturday his guests Including Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Woodbury, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Clark of Mount Pleasant, Pinn., Judga and
Mrs. Lee Kntelle, Mr. and Mrs. El'Jah
Conklln, Mlai Grace Conklln and Mr. J. A.
Dining with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Klmber
ley were Mr. and Mr. C. O. TaJmsge.
Other dinner parties at Happy Hollow
were given by Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wood,
who had covers for eleven; Mr. W, P.
Durkee, four; Mr. A. C. Koenlg, four; Mr.
W. S. Curtis, six; Mr. M. S. 8haffer, four;
and Mr. R. A. Finloy, four.
Clara Curtis, Laura CM sen and Jesels
Mn. Q. Mora entertained tha members
of the "Kaffee Krwenschen" and their
friends at her spacious home, Jf Farnsm
st re t, Thursday. An elaborate luncheon
was served after, which all participated In
games. Prises were won by Meadamea
Najrel, Jobet and Hammer. The house dec
orations consisted of American beauties
and carnatlonsi. Those present were: Mes-dft-nes
Baumer, Richard. Beckman, R'tter.
Fruehauf. Fpeneter. Specht, Schnett
NagI, Flothow, Oeest. Lane, J.'bat,
Bherta, Hlgglns, Blhler, Stoecker, Tebbcns,
Rice, Shlprlght and Olsen. Misses Emma
Wllke, Julia Nagel. Lou'se Shlprlght, OUa
Bton and Emma Blhler.
Two small dinner parties were given
Saturday at the Country club. Mr. B. T.
White entertained four guests and Dr.
Robert Oil more four.
Captain and Mrs. Nesmlth of Fart Omaha
entertained at dinner Friday evening, Octo
ber 9, General and Mrs, Morton, Colonel and
Mrs. Classford, Mrs. and Miss Oalbralth.
An Informal reception, attended by the
officers of the post and their famlllas, fol
lowed the dinner.
CapUIn and Mrs. Otto I Nesmlth enter
tained at dinner at their quarters at Fort
Omaha Friday evening In honor of General
and Mra. Charles Morton. Their guests
were: General and Mrs. Morton, Major
and Mra. J. G. Galbralth. Miss Mary Gal
braith and Colonel and Mrs William A.
Olnssford. After the i'.. .ner Captain and
Mri. Nesmlth held an informal reception,
to which all the officers and their families
of Fort Omaha were Invited.
A linen shower wai given Friday after
noon by Mils Minnie Landwherkamp In
honor of Miss Gladys Hayes, a bride of
the comlrtj week. A pleasant afternoon
was spent, after which a luncheon was
served by the hostess. Those present were;
Misses Gladys Hayes, Jesle Corey, Sarah
Novltsky, Bessie Monsky, Ethel Corey,
Minnie Landwherkamp, Mona Ludwlg, Lot
tie Wooley, Grace Landwherkamp, Rena,
Lots, Anna Newstrom and June Corey.
Mr. and Mn. C. C. Belden gave a "hik
ing" party through. Elmwood park Satur
day morning for Mn. Belden's Sunday
school class, which was followed by a sub
stantial luncheon at Happy Hollow club at
1 o'clock. At the luncheon coven were
laid for: Mnan. Kenneth Norton. Russell
Watson. Warren Wentler, Clare Moore,
Henry Baldwin, Colin Hodge, Edgar Roth
tty, Ralph Benedict, Leonard Werrlch,
Louis Hammond, Oliver Nlckum, Howard
Nelson, Melvln Deklni and Mr. and Mn. C.
The San Boucl club was entertained Fri
day evenlre; at the home 'if MUs Gladys
Holmgren. The evening waa spent In music
and games, at which Miss Charlotte Peter
ion Won first prise and Mis Constance
Bell consolation. A luncheon wai served
by the hostess. The next meeting will be
held Friday evenlr, October 13, at the
home of Miss Reglna Andreaen. The fol
lowing members were present: Missel Jes
sie Robinson, Nellie Hurst, Jennie Nelson,
Constance Bell, Charlotte Peterson, Flora
Stem, Reglna Andreiin, Gladys Holmgren,
204 Firm in St. 0mh
It's Better Fur Repairing
When Russian Quality Furs
are used exclusively to make
new furs out of old ones, and
then to get "hot weather
prices," which is a saving to
you of 25 to 35 per cen off
the regular wlntar prices.
That means satisfaction la
quality and price.
After alt this, you know
there It only one thing left
to be done, and here it la
I promise all work done tn
my ahop to be out on time.
Now, tt you have
furs that need re
pairing, bring them
to ma and get my
mean entire satis
faction to you.
$18 to $75
Come and Go Goaalp.
Mrs. F. E. Buchan left Wednesday for
a visit to Chicago. ,
Mr. Isadore Wltmark of New York City
la a visitor In the city.
Mr. Max Meyer of New York City Is vis
iting In the city for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis have moved
from 2SJ0 Burdette itreet to 2702 Farnam
Mrs. Robert E. Ringwalt left this week
for Detroit where she will visit for the rest
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. McDonald are oc
cupying their new residence at 4016 Far
Mies Golda Murphy returned Tuesday,
after spending the summer In Colorado
Mr. A, J. Benton and Mr. Charles Beaton
left Thursday for a short sojourn at Ex
A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs.
Randolph Carter of Lexington, Neb., for
merly of Omahn.
Mrs. Irene Cox rteuell of St. Taul will
spend the week the guest of her sister,
Mrs. A. K. Gnult.
Misses Ida and Tteulah Sharp, who have
been spending the last two weeks at Ex
celsior Rprinjrs, returned Thursday.
Miss Josephine Roche of Denver, for
merly of Omaha, will be the guest of Miss
Edith Patrick until the middle of Novem
Miss Mary Louise Ringwalt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Ringwalt, left
Saturday for Bethany School In Topeka,
Mrs. Daniel Baum and small daughter,
have returned from a visit to Mrs. Baum's
former home, Easton, Pa., and New York
Mrs. W. E. Mirtln Is expected home to
day from Now York City, where she vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dlmon
Mlis Peggy Polleys of St. Paul, Minn.,
the popular greet of Dr. and Mrs. Gllmore,
expects to leave early next week for her
Miss Luella Allen has as nor, guests, her
cousin, Mr. Edward Smith of Youngs
town, O., and Mr. Joseph Keith of Phila
delphia. Mrs. Edward Sanford of St. Louis, for
merly Miss Lsura Connell, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. J. Connell, has returned
to her home.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Jessen of Kansas City Sunday, Oc
tober 4. Mr. and Mrs. Jesien formerly
lived In Omaha.
Miss Elisabeth P. Allan, 624 North
Twenty-third street has returned from a
two months' trip to the Pacific coast and
Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Barton, who have
been spending several months at Nauhelm
Baths In Germany, are now In Paris, and
will sail October IS for home.
Mr. and Mra. Hoxle Clark who have been
touring In their car through the White
mountain! and the Berkshire hills return
to their home In St. Louis today.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McShane, who
have spent some months abroad, are now
visiting in Rome, where they expect to
have an audience with the pope.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Rogers and Miss
Msry Alice Rogers have returned from an
extended stay 1n the east, having spent
a part of the summer at Scltuate, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Dodga, Jr., have
moved from 3S70 Harney atreet to 8864 Dodge
street. Mr. and Mrs. William Tracy Burns
have taken the house on Harney street.
Miss Ottola Nesmlth of Fort Omaha who
Is vliltlng in Washington, D. C, is now
with Major Romeyn'a family and will visit
with General Greeley's family next week.
Miss Ruth Holmes of Lincoln, who was
an out-of-town guest at the Martin-Benson
wedding and who has spent the week with
her sister, Mrs. C. A. Hull, has returned
to her home.
Mrs. Louis D. Morton of Iowa Falls, la.,
and Mrs. W. C. Horr of Sidney, O., were
guests of Mrs. Frank Crawford this week.
The visitor! and their hostess were lass
mates at Vassar.
Mrs. Charles B. Letton of Lincoln, state
regent of the Daughters of the American
Revolution, and Mra. George L. 8heldon,
wife of the governor, will be the guests of
Mrs. A. K. Gault this week.
Colonel and Mrs. F. F. Eastman and
family have taken apartments at the Mad
ison. Colonel Fnnman takes the place of
Car-tain T. B. Hacker as chief commissary
of the Department of the Missouri .
Mri. Will Browne and small daughter.
Juliet, of Salt Luke city who ar 'visiting
Mrs. Browne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. McCune on lilnney street will siend a
few day with Mr. Charles Dundey this
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Joslyn and Mr.
and Mrs. George Bidwell. who have been
spending the summer at Mr. Joslyn's sum
mer home In Saratoga. N. Y., and who have
been touring In-an automobile through the
east for a few weeks, returned home Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrick who
have been spending three months In
Brighton, England for the benefit of Mr.
Kllpatrlck'i health are expected home to
day, Mr. Kllpatrick being much Improved.
While In New York Mr. and Mrs. Kllpat
rick attended the wedding of their niece.
TempU- Israel sisterhood will have Its
first whist Monday afternoon at vestry
rooms of the temple.
Mrs. Eurl Klplinger will be hostess Fri
day of next week at the next meeting of
the Junior Bridge club.
Judge and M:. Howard Kennedy. Jr.,
will give a musicale and dance at Happy
Hollow club Thursday evening.
The Melody club will meet for the first
time this season next Tuesday evening at
the home of Miss Henrietta Kees.
Mrs. J. A. C. Kennedy has Issued Invita
tions for a large bridge party to be given
at her home Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and 'Mrs. I. Zelgler will be at home
to their friends and family at their lesl
dence, 7011 8uth Thirty-seventh streat.
Mrs. Frank Turney will entertain Thurs
day complimentary to Mrs. Love Kelly of
Sioux City, who formerly lived In Omaha.
Mrs. K. W. Getten of 3403 Harney street
will be hostess Wednesday at an afternoon
party for the Ladles' auxiliary to the
Travelers' Protective association.
The Cotillion club will give three parties
at Chambers' hall thia winter, the first of
which will be Thursday evening. October
at, and will be b-d by Mr. Denis ttarkulow.
One of the first of the coming-out parties
will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haller
J for their daughter. Miss Marlon Haller,
I whose debut was postponed last year owing
I to a bereavement in the family. Mr. and
I Mrs. Haller will give a small dancing party
I In the gallery Wednesday evening, October
ear in Ladies Apparel
1 flirt iiSKii if x
f limy wffm
Vl ll ! m
i If M ' Hnf
Being a n outfitting store for wo men and
misses exclusivel y, co ncentratin g all our force s
on one object that of correct dressing and hand
ling the highest grade of a pparel produced, it is
quite natural that every woman should expect to
see the newest and most exclusive novelties here.
Plain and Fancy Models in Tailored Suits
Our strictly tailored suits from $29.50 to $(i5.00 leave nothing to bo de
sired in cut, finish or material. At these prices we are also showing a number
of fancy models in exceptionally good style. The illustration shows the design
of an attractive suit which is one of the season's latest. The material is a fine
broadcloth and the coat is lined with Skinner satin.
Very Specialty -Priced at $45.
Suits in Many Styles at $25.00
We have suits at this price that would astonish anj-one who had never seen
one of our $25.00 suits. The showing is exceedingly large and has been select
ed with as much or even more careful consideration than that given to our
more expensive lines, for it requires more thought to produce suits that will
look well and wear well for $25.00. And we will have nothing but the best.
They are shown in so many different styles that there is something suitable
for everyone. They come in both plainly tailored and trimmed effects, in
cheviots, serges, worsteds and broadcloths and in all the style colors and new
Tailored Coats for General Wear
In broadcloth, strictly tailored, in conservative mannish styles, or follow
ing the directoire and empire lines. Of these black coats perhaps none are
more pleasing than the loose empire models or those in plain directoire style
with high collars and revers.
Prices SIS to $50.
Fashion's Preferences in Furs
There is a rage this season for dark natural mink scarfs, pelrines and
muffs in perfect animal effects. In this line our assortments are large and
our prices will be found uniformly the lowest in Omaha. We also show a
large assortment of good quality fur coats in near and electric seals, astrakan,
Russian pony, blended squirrels, river mink and otter.
LOCATED NEAR THE NEW HENSHAW HOTEL
SPECIAL TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Served from 12 to 8 p. m. Sunday. October 11th $1.00 Per Plate
v Consomme Andalouse, or
Bisque of Touiittu Cardinal
Fillet of Bole Vln Blanc, or
Smelts, bpllt and Bruited id alt re D'Hotel
Tenderloin of Beef Larded Jardiniere, or
Chicken Patties a La Relne, or
Lamb Chops Maintenon.
Touns; Turkey, Cranberry Sauce, or
Loin of Veal with Dressing.
Lettuce and Tomato, French Dressing.
Sorbet Mephlsto, or
Parfait Luc de Montebello.
(Continued on Third Pace.)
In Your Wedding Gifts
The memory of your gift to the
Rrlde lasts for years. Even a Utile
mite of variation from perfect taste
mar more tlian with any other gift.
Better take no risk at nil, and make
your selection here.
"It Came from EdhoImV
meana a consciousness of satisfaction
My stock tf Wedding Silver Is Just
now at its best. There are also the
latest things In Cut Glass. Leather,
Etc., to choose Irom.
Two dollars or two hundred dollars,
whatever It is you spend, you get full
worth for It here.
16th and Harney.
Orerstocked Ostrich Feather Manufac
turer will mail It. 14 or 1 In. Flame to
any address on receipt of II L SfOSTX,
Sao Broadway, M. T.
DINNER DE LUXE
From 6 to 8:30 P. M.
$1.00 Per Plate
"At the Slfin of the Red Arrow"
Gown, Coat, Suita for vtomtn and
yung girl, for street and evening wear.
J want the wman ef f "mahion to oull
and see tktte beautiful garment-
Moderate prioe prevail, beginning at
$25.00 and vpwarde.
Each garaient oorred and exclusive.
Alterations ne charge and penonallg
THE HOTEL ROME, SUITE
Phono Douglas 2505
A T THE
1508-10 HOWARD ST.
li:SO A. M. TON V. M.
Music by Potter's Mandolin Orthentr
Money back If not satisfactory.
To Introduce to the American pub
lic the product of our Ostrich Farms
located at OudUliuuru, South Af
rica we are offering lor a limited
time our genuine majestic French
curled ostrich plumes, made of the
finest prime stock 15 V4 inches long,
very full (regular oott 5.00), now
91.50. 18-lnch tizes at $2.50; which
usually bring $7.00. These plumes
are sold in all colors.
Ordtrs for special colors to match
your gown or hat if you submit sample. All
goods shipped promptly and we pay the express
charges. Make remittances; when ordering by
Money Order, Express Order or New York Draft.
Tills Oiler Limited-Order ToJay
The African Ostrich Feather
and 191 Greene Street,
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