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Ti i rr"T 7;.r u:t crur.n n nre 'a rr renin tu rmrr"mTrr :
of tnotortntr is found at
best In the ciean, noiseless,
dependable Baker Electric
Koarister a car that hat
marked the opening of a.
new era in electric vehicle
"The Aristocrats of
Motordom" are distinctive,
elegant and luxurious in all
ineir appointments ana are
recognized everywhere as
"The Standard of the
The Baker Electric Road
ster is a smart, racy model,
with unusual speed when
required, yet in no sense a
car for "stunts" but a
roadster for the gentleman
a car easily controlled,
absolutely clean and dis
Are At Yotr Service
and w shall be pleased to make an
either by "phone" or maiL Vy
KI.KCTRIO AKAJK CO., Jf
Telephone Xtong-las 3M1. t
190 Tarnam St., Omaha, Hb. 11
SOCIETY HAS FILL CALENDAR
Week to Bring; Several Functions of
More Than Passing; Importance.
ELECTION . RETUBNS AT CLUBS
ellerrnrk 4;alM Will MoM !
Test at First Christian (hirrk
Friday Afternoon, to Which
Public la Invited.
"Twae In autumn lhnt a rlier strayed
Inln I he forest from an unknown land;
I'nsecu hr wandered overhead and played
f-'trange. witching datura Willi a iiiatirt'i
And nt the lining of the melodies
The trusting leaves, the children of the
Cume snftly sU sling downward from the
And hurrl-d off as swift as e'er they
-Tie Ik $1 -e
O'er hill, and dali'
Dressed III their best In scarlet, trown
They fluttered, tumbled, leaped and danced
And follow rl everywhere the music led.
Bouic sailed aWay. adnwn the dimpling
And some Bank lifeless in the shadows
And some In scarlet mastes lay aglcim
In distant glens but never one eame
back. -OEORtiE FITCH.
girls. The assisting party 1iu ludea Mis. H.
II. Hiildila-. Mrs.. Frank Itscon. Mrs.
David A. Haiim. Mrs. flair Balrd. Mrs. K.
I A. Cudnhy. Mrs. Louis f isrk. Mrs. Richard
farrier. Mia, Thomas Crclgh. Mrs. V. E.
Johnson. Mrs. Charl-s M. Power. Mrs. Kd
win Bwoho, Mrs. Clarence V. Smith. Mrs.
K. I?. foiiHiil of l,i iniln. Mrs. Ruth Jtryan
Lc.ivltt. Miss Hiiker. Mi Until Ttnymond.
aU of Lincoln. Miss Helen Davis. Miss Dr
thy Morgan. Miss Alice Swl'slcr, Miss
Oeitrude White. Miss lirownie ltes-i H:ium,
Misa Carolyn Karkalow. Miss .lean Cud ihy,
Miss Amy Ollmore. Mls Marlon duller.
Miss Ka'herlne row 11 and Miss trwendo
lln WhiTe. In the evening Mr. and Mrs.
Patterson will Rive a large dancing party
for the younger set. this also to take pliiec
at IlHppy Hollow.
The opening of the season of the Tuesday
Morning Mualcale club will take place
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Kdward A. Cud.ihy, when the club will
give an afternoon musleale and tea. The
program will be given at 3 o'clock by Miaa
Sibyl Sainmis of Chicago, accompanied on
the piano by Misa Corlnne Paulson. Fol
lowing the musleale. there will be a t4
and the guests will have an opportunity of
meeting Miss ftammls. All music lovers
are invited to attend and may obtain tick
ets from Mrs. C. M. W'ilhclm. The follow
ing Interesting program will be given:
With Verdure Clnd Haydn
Memory ( Hiring Tboinaa
Kcstacy Walter Morse Hummel
Air from Kouise Charpenter
Folk song MacDowell
My Love and J MacDowell
Melne I.lcbe 1st Orun Brahms
T.lT ?l"r Ka,1ri
Oh. Heller Tag Taehaikowakv
XlumendeiHung I Dvorak
Wle ein (Imssen Wehrkens
ansa fnmmls will -also alng a group of
The Unelat Calendar.
MONDAY tlolden wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. (J. V. Clark; Monday
Bridge club, Mrs. W. A. Kedlrk; Mon
day BiiilRf Luncheon ilub. Mrs. J. R.
Kioble; Temple Israel Sisterhood, card
U'KSDAY-Tursduy Morn ng Mualcale s. ven Knglish aonas to close the nrouram
d o at t in wmtn tW -
by Cnrrle Jacobs. Bond, Ichniann, Ieonl
club, tea anil iiiusieali- at the home of
.Mrs. m a. iinany; open nonse ior
election returns - at Happy Hniiow.
Omaha club and Kaiipiet club; D. D.
club. Mlsp Dacy: Melody club. Mr.
WKDNK!IAY-Mrs. Joseph tjohn of Fort
Crook, 4 o'clock tea; Miss (Jrace Conant.
Kensington f lub; Mrs. James Kelly. Cle
matis club; Mrs. K. W. Oettcn. T. P. A.
card party; La Vesta club, Mrs. J. K.
THl'KHDAY l.oikw ood-Taylor wedding at
home of Mr. and Mrs. . I
and three manuscript songs.
Mrs. W. K. Norman gave a small brlu'ga
luncheon Saturday at her apartments at
the Dunsar.y. Hallowe'en uecoralions pre
vailed and covers were laid for ciirht.
Mrs. YV. J. Broatch entertained the sec
Tiilor;jond series of informal whist nartles Frl-
Mrs. David Calvin Patterson, afternoon j day afternoon at her home on Twenty-fifth
reception and dancing party for her im,,
...... - iin,.-, niiMtiiii-iiiii y aj nire,
James B. Erwln, who. with her husband.
Ma.lor Krwin, lias recertly returned to
Mra. Joaeph Oarneau of New York City
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Ring-
wait and has been honor guest at several
daughter. Misa Miriam Pattcrion, at
Hanpv Hollow; Mr. ana snrw. r. r.
Kirkenilall. illiniev party; Comla club,
Mrs. David Oartatt.
FRIDAY Needlework guild, lea at parlors
of First Christian church; Mrs. H. H.
Haldrigc. afternoon hrtdie; Mrs. Frank
Campbell, afternoon tea; Mrs. Harry
Drill-1, rrmav ciurj; Miss springer, n
C. K. lub; junior Bridge cluh. Misa small and Informal affairs. Miss Carrie
.Mnei xiiarr. ii. .v. Millar,! u. . ,
, , . , .... ps u ' "in ii itinilivuil
Jenkins: Sun Soucl club, MIrs Stem;
Swastika club, Mrs. A. F. Foote.
SATI'RDAY O. H. fl. Prom. Ht Rome
hotel; Cathera-Shorter wedding; Pnlmer
Ournee wedding In Waukegan, 111.; M.
M. Ci club. Mr. and Mra. Kvana.
The fretjuency with which functions of
the larger pretentious character begin to
I appear on the social calendar reminds one
! that the season la already advanced. Only
! a few more weeks and the holidays will
, In- urin ua with their round of gay parties
P8 "7 "'H!
Has Again IMPROVED
THE P MONOGRAPH
The ltXMi i.m!1h
Arc Now on Kxliibilloii
at Our Store.
New style reproducer with
new attachments which can lio
put on any Kdison machine. The
records vlay longer tbuu any
record mude uud the songs are.
reproduced more naturally and
more sweetly thau ever before.
IVireM from $12.SO to 912.1.
Attachment and Reproducer for
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Come In ami Hear the
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
Cor. 15th and Harney Sts.,
a4 liroadway, Council Kluffx.
Frlduy and Saturday Mra. E. il. Fairfield
A pleasant surprise party was given
Thursday afternoon In honor of MrsyJ. M.
Naclitlgall at her home. 18U3 Cent 'Tat reet.
Those present were Mtsdanes A. Ricwe,
K. Krlttenbrlnk, M. Themes. M. Wachth-r,
B. Saiulhoefner, B. Cheever. K. Hoffmann,
K. Gross, C. Ocnsler. A. Pollock, M.
Schmiti, K. Regner and E. Trelbi r.
Mr. and Mra. C. M. Wllhelm entertained
anl unceasing gaiety of the school Bel , at dinner Saturday evening at their home.
I which is oxpfted home In force this year. t,e, honor guest being Mrs. Pay-ton of
cverai large unnga Hie uowu mr : Peorlu. 111., guest of Mra. H. H. Baldrlge.
w.-ek. chief among th-m Ixlng' the coming i Hallowe'en decorations and fvr.
1 out reception and dancing party given by I uao$ and covers were placed for Mrs Piv
Mr. and Mrs. David Calvin Patterson at torit Mr .,, Mrg ,, Ba,,lrigl)i Mr an(J
Happy Hollow Thursday afternoon and I Mrg- clement Chase. Mr. and Mra. David
evening for their tlauglitcr, miss Miriam
The musical and tea given Tuesday after
noon by the Tuesday Morning musleale
is to be another big affair and one of the
smartest of the season. '
' A number of clubs will keep open house
I Tuesday evening to receive election re
j tirrna. Tho privileges will be limited to
members and their families only at Happy
I Holluw and at the Racquet club it la to be
; strictly a stag affair! Omaha club will
I alao unnounce the returns.
And besides these more important things
; the calendar la well filled with smaller af
j fairs. luncheons, card parties and club
The last of the week the Greeks will
Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rogers and
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm.
Mrs. Claude 8. Barnes entertained Thurs
day afternoon the Busy Bee Card club.
Mrs. J. N. Dennis, won the first prize und
Mrs. Claude 3. Barnes the second. Tho
honor guests were Mrs. I H. Painter,
Mra. Norsbrom and Mra. H. K. Parks.
Member of the club present were Mir.
P. Melcher, Mrs. J. Sullivan, Mrs. H.
Backensen, Mrs. A. Sainuelson. Mrs. .1. N.
Denr.ls, Mrs. G..W. Goodrich. Mrs. F. II.
Barnes and Mrs. Claude 3. Barnes.
A Hall'.we'en party was given Saturday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Pllchcr,
aol South Tenth street. The rooms wt-re
decorated with leaves and pumpkins. The
gueHs were Mrs. A. K. Blackst irje and
Mrs. A. V. Trueblood of Tekamah. Nib..
; literally take the town not quite as they j Mrs. II. 1.. Pllchcr. Mrs. J. !.arklns. Misses
1 did In the olden days, bet quite as effec
liiu'ly. The Nebrapka-Amcs foot ball gam -,
scheduled for Saturday afternoon, will
bring the fraternity men ind sorority girls
up in numbers and u good share of them
will remain over Sunday, guests of local
members S-veral house parties are being
arranged and several little suppers and
other things that usually attend such oc
casions will be given In honor of the visit
Society will lnd Itself to charity again
this week and will make the tea to be
given Friday afternoon at First Christian
church for tha benefit of the Needlework
1 guild one of the smart functions of the
autumn. The tea will fullow the annual
collection and distribution of garments and
i will be given by the women of First Chrls
; tlan church in the church parlor, that all
' may see the now garments collected and
' the disposition that la to lie made of them.
DINNER DE LUXE
Worn ( to 1 10 o'Clock
$1.00 Par Plat
"At tha Sign of tha Rd Arrow'
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE
lues. Bloom, Irene" Tetard. Myrtle Porter,
Matlie Moss, Gussie Moss. Tlllle Mor,
Henrietta Mi.ss. and Mcshis. Frank Castor.
Schmidt, Al Bloom, Roy Bloom, A. p.
Whitmore, H. Drefold. Oscar Diefold, J.
Lark ins. Guy Snow, Jones, Jaysun Youngs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Reed gave a Hal
lowe'en supper party Saturday evening for
two of their little daughters, F.IIiabeth and
Erna Reed. The table was attractive with
appropriate decorations, while witches,
black cats and miniature candlesticks were
used as favors und pumpkins Jack
oianterns lighted the rooms. The guests
present were little Misses Anna Gifford,
Mary Megeath, Harriet Smith, France
Hoehstetler. Catherine Baum. Josephine
Congden, Blanche Deuel, Marjory McCord.
Eleanor Mackay, Emily Keller. Helen
Eastman. Delia Thummell and Margaret
One of the jolly Hallowe'en parties of the
week wna entertained Frlrtnv wtnini hv
in ooaru oi u..u. .i .inc.. . . c. v. .juts Kliz.ibcth Redman at her honv. 1M
;Mo:rc la president, will act aa a reception j Spencer street. The lights were subdued
committee and wlll.be assisted by o'.hcra ! undcr S1.frn ,naJp. ,, ,,allowe.en traf,,.
In serving refreshments. This social fra-..i. , .
... .. , , . ' " iiiriiicr rurriiu out ly lie prea
ture of the collection Is to be emphasised nrfl f ,,. .,
this year aa never before. The women I . . ' . , .-...., . ,.,., ,r
l ... . , , ., , . . , . .house. Miniature pumpk na f iled will bon-
will receive between 2 and S o clock. I. vwm
uuna ur neu as lavurs. i no guests In
cluded: MUals Helen Kales, Freda Clark
son, Elizabeth Crawford. Margaret Thomas.
Quito Eddy, Vernn Matthews, Marjory'
Brandt, Sallie Crary. Axehna, Overmar.
Ilamel Vut 1Truii.Ma fi,.lttv.l.t f
Alamo Country club Friday evening t oie.in Wu.n. Gordon Ruth. Harry Goodman.
$7.50 and $10
on Sale at
f Mi w
hi woJutnV outergMnnents aro hero on display in (his busy cloak store. We
have made immense purchases in the New York market during the last week
and never before have we been able to show such astonishing values at this
time of the season.
Tailored Suits at $25
Many of them $35 and $40 Values.
Tim week we show nearly o00 new suits at this price. Suits that had they
been bought earlier in the season would have been priced at !f.T.00 and even
.$40.00. They are made of fine all wool broadcloths, worsteds and fancy suit
ings. Jackets lined with silk or Skinner's satin, in the proper length of from
.'Mi to 50 inches. The skirts are both gored und pleated, the former predomi
nating. These $.'5.00 and $40.00 values are the best quality suits wc have ever
been able to offer at $25.00.
Tailored Suits at $15, $185-2 and S22L
Here ore truly some great bargains. As shoppers will remember we did
not carry less than $20.00 values at the opening of the season and without
any hesitation we say these are elegant values at $'J5.00. Your choice of them
Monday at 15 00, $18.50 and $22.50.
New Tailored Cloaks
At $15, $18.50, $19.50, $22.50 and $25
Monday we place on sale for the first time new arrivals in this season's
latest models, in broadcloths, Kerseys and all wool mixtures, also fine all wool
coverts in 54-in. lengths, lined with Skinner satin. Our cloaks fit better, wear
better and give much better satisfaction than cloaks ordinarily sold at these
Fine Furs at Nominal Prices
"We can effect a saving of at least -5 ou your fur purchases. Come in
and inspect our minks, ermines, lynx, srjuirrels, foxes, wolves and brook minks.
Fur sets from $8.75 to $250.00.
SPECIAL TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Served from 12 to 8 p. m. Sunday. November 1st . $1.00 Per Plate
OTSTZXS Blue Points
t'onmunm Victoria, or
Cream of Celery Arnieiionvllle
Fillet of HlHc-k Basd .rolnville. or
Fried Scallops. Sauce Tartaie
Small Tenderloin of Heef Chasseur, or
Sweetbread Patties, a la Touluufri', or
Ham Cakit Peruvleune
Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Parfatt Prlnc Chlmay
Nid de Marrons Isabelte
The fienshaw Cafe
Special for Today
Cclvvccn 12 and 2, 6 and 8:30 and after 10:30
Miss Farrar - - - America's Favorite Soprano
Caruso - - Abbott - - Homer - - Scott I
Qaartet from Opera Rigoletto
j Mrs. Frank Campbell will give a tea at
nrr nome r nuay aiitrnuun.
Miss Minnie Stoplicn will entertain the
The IVay Do II
When through with my summer
unit 1 hav it dry cleaned and,
without having- It pre&sed, wrap
In tissue paper uud put In a paste
board bos and lay away lu a close-true
cleaning and wrapping coat
uie a dollar.
In the spring 1 have it praed
(or seventy-five cents, aud It looks
aa freah as when new-.
For ten years the Pan tori uui has
been doing uiy work and 1 have
never been bothered with mot ha.
Better tr it.
CMKI C'lJ-UNEIW AMI UVKK-S '
lSl;t Joim St. llotli Thonrs.
her home. 3fl7 Central boulevard.
Mrs. Joseph Uohn of Fort Ciook will
give a 4 o'clock tea Wednesday afternoon
In honor of her sister, Miss Colt.
Mrs. Howard lialdriite has Issued cards
for u bridge party Friday ' afte:.n at
2 o'clock in honor of Mis Patterson.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will give Us
first card party this season Monday f.
ernoon at the vestry rooms of the Temple.
The Omaha Guards will celebrate their
Twenty-first anniversary Monday evening,
Nov. 9, by giving a dancing party at their
armory at Crelghton hull at 8:30 o'clock.
I Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall will en
tertain at Uiniu-r Thursday evening when
their guests will bo friends connected with
the trans-Mississippi Exposition of
Mrs. W. A. Ki'dilk will be hostess of
this week's meeting of the Monday Bridge
club in Honor of Iter guest. Mrs. Holter
hoff, of Los Aogeles: there will be an extra
table of players.
Mrs. Arthur Krandels ' accompanied by
her daughter. Miss Ruth Mrsndeis. will re
turn the middle of November from New
York wheis they have been for several
weeks. Miss KramU-ts having spent the
summer with friends in the Adlrondacks.
j The latter part of November Mrs. Brandds
will give a lare afternoon reception at
which she will formally pnutrnt In r daua-t-ter,
after whWb Miss Biandeis will go t.
Cinclnnnli to srwnd the winter the guest of
Dr. and Mis. David Wolfsiin with whom
she and her mother spent some lime trav
eling abroad two urs ago
Ano.her charming g'rl will be added to
; the debit ante s.-l this week with the foi-
lii il -1 r.-K-n tut ion of Miss Minam Pam-ison.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Patttrson.
which is to take place Thursd.ty at Happy
Hollow. In the af.ernoon Mrs. Patterson
will hold e large reception, at which Miss
Ward Kelly. Harold Kelly. Alan Gunnell,
Harry Redman, Clarence Hale and Ralph
The members of the Oama Plgma enter
tained some of their friends Friday evening
at their club rooms at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. P. Ijrd. Small paper pumpkins
were used as ehauVs for the eleelrli- lights
and prizes were u warded for Hallowe'en
gauiis. Miss Kutherine Mil ray won the
prise in the shadow contest. Those present
were: Misses Helen Huyden, Dorothy T :dd,
Bern ice Kd wards, Katherlne Milroy. Marie
Hollinger, Dorothy Stevens. Grace MrBrldr,
Florence Olmstead. I'arda Scott. Ruth
Oould, Daphne Peters, Messrs. I.loyd Os
borns. Lee Holllnger. Lee Mitchell, lisrl
Bui Wet, Kwlng Forbes, Brandon Howell,
Herbert Williams. Ted Wallace, Waldo
Dennis. Newman Benson. Sanford Gifford,
Ted Millard. Hugh Millard. K. Aycrigg and
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman P. Klrkendall
were pleasantly surprised Saturday even
ing by a party of friends In celebration of
their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
The party arrived unannounced, bringing
with them a spread appropriate to the occa
sion, which was served at the close of the
evening. The time was spent at bridge
and Hallowe'en games. The party Ipc mi d:
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Beesgn. Mr. and Mis.
John F. Rrudy. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Wattles. Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Scobie, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Cudahy,
Mra Ben Gallagher, Mrs. Dan Wheeler, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac CU-s, Judge and Mis. W. A.
Hedlik. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Spragjo. Mi
Hollt-rhoff, Mr. aud Mis. Joseph Delimit',
Misses Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoeh
stetler. Mr. Harry MrCormlck and Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Paxton. jr.
A Hallowe'en party wss given Saturday
Coll afforded amusement. A recitation
was rendered by Miss Mary Coll, the
theme of the story being, 'Dorothy
Kandy," and a propnecy was read by Miss
Julia Coll entitled "Eight Years Hence."
Ths rooms were decorated in the autumn
colors with candles and lanterns. Those
present were: Misses Alice Emblen. Grace
Kelly. Martha Weir. Ethel Jorgenson,
Katherlne Murray. Julia Coll, Irene Calla
han, Genevieve Gannon, Dorolhy Whitney,
Anna Kane, Iaura Diamond, Louia White,
Rose Appel. Lena Berkowlts. Emma Daly,
Mary Coll. Josephine Clark, Marcella Bren
nan. Margaret Coll, Margaret Campbell.
N Misses lona and Gall Mus-.aln enter
tained Friday evening at a Hallowe'en
party in honor of their cousin. Miss Mabel
Tracy, of Lincoln. The rooms were beau
tifully docotated with Japanese lanterns,
flowers and brown and yellow colors. The
dining room decoialton was latrled out in
hi own and yellow, supper bring served on
brown paper in crocks and wooden dishes.
Music and old time games amused the
party. Those present were Miss 11a
ble Tracy. Miss Joe Hart. Miss Mag
tlaline Bock. Miss Eliiabetii Lee,
Miss Jennie Upvg'a. Mis Marie Gannon.
Miss Myrtle Lane, Miss Mable Graham,
Miss Blltta. Miss bertha Brockmill -r. Mis
Call Mlftain. Miss Ionu Mustuln. Mr. J
H. P. Stevens of Dt-s Moines. Mr. L. James
Greer. Mr. Carl Kaas. Mr. Clarence Weil,
gate, Mr. Bay M.Carville, Mr. John Mi
Quillln.v Mr. John Duly. Mr. Iner Larson,
Mr. Joe Nichols. Mr. George Graham. Mr.
Graham, Mis. Jos. Bills and Mrs. Ada
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. Dimon
Mis. I. Rosenthal and smnll son leave to
day for a two months' visit In Chicago and
Mra. W. F. Conyn of Chicago, who has
been the guest of Mis. F. II. Cole, has
returned to her home.
Mrs. Allen Brace Eldred of Florida is
visiting her parent:), Mr. and Mrs. F. li.
Thomas, at the Majestic.
Mr. Fred Lowrey of Sioux City, la., who
has been visiting his mother for a few
weeks, Has gjone to Dayton, O.
Mrs. Elizabeth. Klessner leaves today for
Kansus City to visit Iter two daughters,
Mrs. SUwyer and Mis. Pruilte.
Mrs. Godfrey Holtcroff of Los Angeles
is I lie guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redli k.
She will be hero several weeks.
Miss Mildred Ferguson of Wi nuetoiiBing.
Mult., is spending the week as the guest of
Omaha friends. I ins having formerly been
Cuiiluin ai.d Mrs. Joseph t joint of Full
(Continued on Third Page.)
I Paticison will be introduced. The guest evening bv Miss Julia Coll. The evening
j l.t : long ami Mrs. Putters n will be as- was spent in Hallowe en games and music,
listed by a txvy of youri matrons and A fortune telling riltime by Miss Julia
tome Mvd iu liusslrt.
i Mis. Lydi.t Mornsen :s visiting friends
iln luncolii. Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weller have returned
from a visit to New York.
' Mr. a:td Mis. Wirt H. Thomas. .3.9 Capitol
I avencc, are the par-nts of a baby e''1-
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pateison have taken
a house at 132 North Forty-second street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Francoeur left Satur
day for Chicago, where they will reside in
Mrs. Francis A. Brogan will return this
week from an extended visit In the enst
aud Canada. Whits In New York City she
Ihlb lUhtilution is the only one
in the central west with separate
building situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct and renderiiii; It Mstb!e to
clarify cases. The one !iiilding
being fitted for and devoted Vi the
treatment of noncontagious and
nonmentil diseabes, no others be
ing admitted. The other, Reat
Cottage, being designed for snd
devoted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases, requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
On (he Victor Auxelopbonc accompanied by our orches
tra. Most novel entertainment In Omaha. Don't miss it.
Returns will be received over our own
private wires. Reservations for tables
should be made early.
It's In Style
This time of year to have a cold, end most every one is in style.
If you will ask any of the following wen Known druggists about A, D. 8.
Cold and Grippe Tabletw, they will tell ycu it is the best remedy they have for
this ailment. This does not mean simply an argument to sell the remedy, but
It means that they will refund the full priee for same if it does not do all for
which it is recommended. N
This popular brand of family remedies is rapidly growing In favor In this
community, both on account of the elegance of the preparations and value,
medicinally, for tho various ailments for which they are Intended.
All A. D. 8. Remedies are Guaranteed by the following- Druggists.
ssnMifwni' if MIJ "
Bell liruj Co., 1210 Furnalll St.
h. A. iteraii.k, 1402 South I Mil .-t
Kmll C. rmak. 126K South lth Bt. "
Crtssey Pharmacy, 24lh and l.k- fcils.
il. il. 'itH- Leavenworth Ht.
Foster t- Ariioldl, 211 North 25th St.
i. J. t-'reytuf. IjU North 24th -l.
liieen's Poaiuit.cy, Park Avr. and Pacific.
iiAiiiei, Drug Co , 14th and Km nam Hts.
llanseom Purk Plwinmscv. lRul Ho. 2lth.
Howell Drug Co.. 2u7-u N. Ibth c:s.
W. '. Hjjil.n, 2!):MI Fai'iiHiii SI
Iter .Irsiiil P.turini.cy, or lilth H wtird.
. mi -mii i.n.i. Co.. '.Mti and 8p;.UII:itf.
IL ri. King. K4lh end Fui nai.i Bin.
t; H laithrop, 1324 North 24tli fit.
J. II Merchant. Cor. lth and Howard.
L K. Peyton, 2401 Leavenworth Mt.
lrit,h.-now 4k. Co.. 1627 Vinton Ht.
Saratoga Drug Co.. 24th and Ama Ave.
J. H. iScliinldt. 24tli and Cuming Bis.
Schaerer A. Son. 231 North Itth St.
Scha.fei-'s Cut Price Drug Store, 14th a,nd
Kchu f.-r's Cut Price Drug Store, lth and
iValnut Mill Pliarmacy, 40th and Cuming,
o il. Wlrth. 4vth and Hantiltou Sts.
s-pru nues Henson i'liatiuacy.
Sontn Omaha, Vsk.
J 1. ICuh.-it. Il'i North 24th rlt.
.Vein. .its 'ul I'ricit Drug Mtores, ilui N
M., :tlh uud N Bis.
Ooanell Bluffs, Iowa.
Jno. W. Camp, iui W. Broadway.
(ell 41. Morwun. 142 West Hroadway.
Sew f-r's Cut Price Drug Btors, (tn Are.
und .Main bt.
a4 anon ntkir drux-s-iata in every TUliage and city all ever tae Vaiteg aHates
selUag Vila wonderful preparation today