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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1909)
SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER
3, 1900. I
The Arrival ol Ibclr Fall
The welt pole, button and blu
cher shoes for women in patent
colt, gun metal, velour calf and
Tlcl kid In all the new and popular
shapes for Fall and Winter wear
This wonderful 3.00 woman's
shoe) has no equal either in style,
fit or durability, and In connec
tion with Sorosis at $3.50 and
$4.00 make an unequalled com
bination of popular priced foot
FRANK WlliCOX. Mr.
203 g. 15th S&
$5,000 worth of new Gorhaiu
Sterling Silver especially bought
for Fall wedding.
Specially attractive lines are our
" Fruit Baskets
Fruit Salad Bowls
Creme de Menthe Sets
Center Flower Bowls
And a splendid variety of smaller
pieces. It-will be a pleasure to
C B. BROWN Co.,
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
lflth and FarnAm.
John Martlg, Prop.
lOth and Howard Street
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Hsw a ail ding, Hew Furniture,
lo Airy Booms.
CLEAN. HWFET AND FKESH
Sunday, Table d'Kote Sinner
Sliced Tomatoe Pill Tickle
Chicken Broth, Noodle
Fried Halibut, Tariur Suuce
Roast Prime Rib of Beef au Jus
or Stuffed Iiniestlc Duck, Apple Sauce,
Giblets of Fowl Saute. Mushroom
Garden Peaa Maihed Potatoes
Vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
Oct, 3, 109.
S nam II, Manager.
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Mors than sentiment should
guide you In selection of an
engagement ring, ycu want
the best you can afford.
Whether you wish to spend
$60.00 or ; a thousand, we
offer you the largest selec
tion in Nebraska. Our prices
are the very lowest consis
tent with the quality of gems
we have to offer you.
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SOCIETY HAILS AK-SAR-BEN
Queen's Identity Still in Doubt and
Kinj'i Does Hot Matter.
USX OF HOHOB, ATTENDANTS LOKQ
f su-nlral Wffk Will B Crowded with
Prvtratloaa Fiirtloii ComplU
mentarr to Army Officer
By La Touch Hancock la Llppin.oit's. '
. J played with Maude In day of yore,
' Wlrtn Hrld-e became her craze;
But now I play with her no more
Bhe ha such winning way
MONDAY Military maneuver at Fort
Omaha. Colonel and Mr. William A.
Ulassford. afternoon reception at Fort
Omaha for visiting army officer. Wed
ding of Mini Loin Brook and Mr. Lester
HhIiiii at Oklahoma City. Captain and
Mrs. Wilder, dinner party at Hotel Loyal.
Mr. Thoma Braden, Orpheum party for
tiuild-Law rle wedding party.
TUtSOAV General and Mrs. John A.
Co win, afternoon reception for General
and Mr. Morton and visiting army offi
cers. Thimble club dinner party at
WKDN tUA Y Brigadier General and Mrs.
Charles Morton, afternoon reception at
Field club. Wedding of Mis Anna Rose
and Mr. Clyde Haye.
THI RSOAY-Weddlng of Miss Ethel Law
rlo and Mr. Will Guild. Military parade.
Smoker at Klks' club room.
FRIDAY Ak-8ar-Bsn ball.
SATURDAY Children's Japanese tea party
and hall. Entertainment at Fort Crook
by the officer for the visiting army
Samson has completed hi Invitation list
for the ball and th cards have been
Issued. Those who have been honored as
special attendants have been duly notified
and the list which follow I complete.
Of first Interest 1 the Hit of special
maid of honor who will escort the queen
to the throne. Because thl Hit Inoludes
the name of the queen It ha not been of
ficially announced, a even the yong wo
men who compos It are not In the confi
dence of the power that be, and the
Identity of this honored one must be kept
a profound secret until she walks forth
for her coronation. This Hit Includes
Louise Lord, Dorothy Morgan,
Miriam Patterson, Louise Peck,
Ruth Moorhesd, Elisabeth Congdon,
Alio Carey McOrew, Hilda Hammer,
Jean Iff" Aycrigg, Marlon Haller,
Frances Nash, Oladya Peters.
Each county of th state has been aaked
to send a young woman to serve a maid
of honor and this list now Include: Mlss
Abigail Alexander, Adam county.
Denia Mellck, Antelope county.
Francis Wilson, Banner county.
Hazel Armstrong, Boyd county.
Jessie Champion, Cedar ounty.
Eva Bailey, Chase county.
Margaret Haley, Cherry county.
Grace Mcintosh, Cheyenne county,
Hattie Thompson, Clay county.
Fern Meehan, Colfax county.
Edith Bovee, Dawson county.
Amy Crate, Dixon county.
Ada Morris, Furnas county.
Capltola Campbell, Oage county.
Clara Thorp, Garfield county.
Effle Swanson, Hamilton county.
Kathleen Doyle, ltolt oounty.
Oracla Dugger, Jefferson county.
Hasel Hon I man, Kearney county.
Wlnnlfred 11. Nelson, Knox county.
Bess Gillespie, Madison county.
Margaret Porter, Merrick county.
Edna Weems, Nanoe county.
Laura Kuhlman, Otoe county.
Minnie Kuhl, Pierce county.
Anna-Gass. Platte county.
Florence Wheeler, Richardson county.
Edna Nolan, Sarpy county.
Duly Resser, Scott Bluff county.
Helen Reed, Sheridan county.
Stella Jamrod, Sherman county.
Martha Boyd, Sioux county.
Kosette Wllhelm. Thayer county.
Jennie MacHerron, Thurston county.
Grace Mlgnery. Wheeler county.
The maids of honor will be:
Mlsae Lucile Hay den.
Carolyn Bamaiow. Misses
Rtissell B. MetCelvy.
Mildred Funkhouser. F.dlth Patrick.
Bessie Fry. Nannie Richardson.
Annie C. Fry. Mary Richardson.
Alice Fry. Helen fimhh.
Isabel French. Gwendolyn White.
Amy Kathleen Gil-Marguerite Wilcox,
more. Bessie Yates.
Lr41e of the Court.
Mrs. C. L. Alleman. Mrs L. M. Korty.
Mrs. Edgar Allen. Mr. Paul W. Kuhns.
Mrs. J. L. Bakor. Mr. Albert Krug.
Mr. B. L. Baldwin. Mr.. E. V. Lewi.
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow. Mrs. N. P. Loo mis.
Mrs. Milton T. Bar- Mrs. J. P. Lord.
low. Mrs. Z. T. Llndsey.
Mr. J. E. Baum. Mrs. J. O. Martin.
Mis. Mary Beaton. Mrs. W. H. McCord.
Mrs. C. E. Belden. Mrs. T. W. McCuI
Mvs. W. R. Bennett, lough.
Mrs. J. B. Blanchard. Mrs. E. G. McGllton.
Mrs. John 8. Brady. Mr. W. Morrl Mc-
Mrs. Arthur Branded Kay.
Mrs. E. E. Bruce. Mrs. J. A. MeShane.
Mrs. If. K. Burket. Mis. O. W. Megeath.
Mis. R. B. Buscli. Mrs. Charles Met.
Miss Frances Butter- Mrs. Rom Miller.
field. Mrs. A. L. Mohler.
Mrs. T. C. Byrne. Mrs. C. 8. Mont-Mrs-.
K. Buckingham. sromerv.
Mr. K. M. Banlett. Mrs. W. V. Morse.
Mrs. Frank L. Camp-Mrs. Jns. S. Morton.
bell. Mrs. W. U. Munger.
Mrs. R. L. Carter. Mrs. M. R. Murphy.
Mrs David Cole. Mr. W. H. Murray.
Mrs. Herman Cohn. Mrs. C. F. Mnnd-rson
Mrs. Frank Colpetxer Mrs. Charles Morton.
Mr. Robert Cowtll. Mrs. Charles Offutt.
Mrs. J. C. Cowln. Mrs. F. S. Owen.
Mrs. Ed A. Cudahy. Mrs. E. W. Nash.
Mrs. Jame C. Dahl- Mrs. H. E. Palmer.
man. Mr. J. N. H. Patrick.
Mrs. J. J. Plcky. Mrs. Edward P. Peck
Mr. C. N. Diet. Mrs. H. J. Penfold.
Mrs. .1. J. Donahue. Mr. Arthur S. Pinto.
Mr. John C. Prexel. Mrs. C H. Plcken.
Mr. J. F. Flack. Mrs. Al Powell.
Mrs. J. C. French. Mrs. W. IS. Reed.
Mrs. Thomas A. Fry. Mrs. J. C. Root.
Mrs. P. B. Fuller. Mr. R. Roaenswelg.
Mrs. Benjamin Gal-Mr. Charles R.
Mrs. Harold C. Gtf-Mrs. A R. Somers.
ford. Mr. John Bteel.
Mr. Bibert Ollmor. Mrs. B. F. Thoma.
Mrs. M. A. Hall. Mrs. J. W. Thoma.
Mrs. K. S. Hall. Mrs. Georgo H.
Mrs. George L. Ham- Thummel.
mer. Mrs. Mel Uhl.
Mrs. Charles Hard- Mr. A. J. Vlerllng.
Iiu. Mrs. D. M. Vinson.
Mrs. C. 8. Hayward. haler.
Mr. O. M. Hltchcoel Mrs. John A. Waks-
Mi. E. C. Hodder. field.
Mrs. F. B. liochstet- Mrs. G. W. Wattles.
ler. Mrs. John R. Web-
Mrs. R. C. How. ster.
Mrs. C. E. Johann Mr. George F. Wtil
Mr. Walter a. Jar- Mrs. B. T. White.
din. Mr. R. S. Wilcox.
Mr. Joseph Kelley. Mrs. Henry F. Wy
Mrs. Wirt. Kennedy. man.
Mrs. O. D. Klpllnger. Mrs. H. W. Tate.
Mrs. F. P. K lrkends.il Mrs. Casper E. Yost.
Mrs. W. it. Kurntg.
Ladle la Waltl-c
Mr. Joseph Barker. Mr. John L. Ken
Mr. J. L. Baker
Mr. K. C. Brton.
Mrs. A. J. Beaton.
Mis. J. H. Beaton.
Mr. A. G. Heesun.
Mrs. W. B. T. Belt.
Mrs. F. C. Best.
Mrs. C K. Black.
Mrs. A. O. Kennedy.
Mrs. T. F. Kennedy.
Mrs. A. V. Klnsler.
Mr. E. P., Kip
linger. Mrs. Luther I
Mrs. C. B. Boue, jr. Mrs. Charle T.
Mrs. W. J. Bradbury. Kounts.
Mrx. H H. Biandl. Mrs. A. J. I.ove.
Mrs. Franc!-, A. Mrs. R. H. Manley.
Brogan. Mrs. John K. Mc-
Mrs. J. T. Buohnn&n. Donald.
Mrs. W. H Buchola. Mrs. K. J McVann.
Mrs. 10 Buck 'nghani. Mlrs Louis McPher
iira. Ward 3d. Bur- son.
Mis. S. Burn. Jr.
Mrs. P. A. Baum.
Mrs. W. K. Baxter.
Mis. W. T. Bourk.
Mr. I A. Medlar.
Mr. P. W. Mikall.
Mia Jossl Millard.
Mrs. C. P. Mullen.
Mrs. O. E. McCun.
Mrs. K. F. Pralley.
Mr. O. F. McGraw.
Mrs Ralph Uleckeu- Mr. E. Leo Mo
Mr. T. J. Mahoney.
Mis Mllona Butter- Mrs. Frank T. U.
Mrs. H. H. Bldr1ga,Mrs. Arthur Met.
Mrs. A. W. Cnratn-Mro. Fred Met. . .
ter. Mr. K.ir Millard.
Mis. S. fl. Caldwell. Mrs. J. J. MnnkJ.
Mr. V. B. Caldwell. Mrs. Harvey Moor
Mr. Jav Clark Colt. head.
Mr. Meehter Cotpt-Mr. P. A. Nah.
Ser. Mrs. Louis C. Nash.
Mr. A. J. Cooley. Mrs. I. J. O'Brien.
Mrs. C. O. Campbell. Mrs. Lenora Nelson
Mrs. B W. Cotton. Mrs. Fred Paffen
Ura. C. R. Courtney, rath.
Mrs. Joseph M. . Mr. Pa!matlr.
CurlahT. Mrs. James L. Pax-
Mrs. J. Frank Dale. ton.
Mrs. W. H. Pal.
Mrs. John M.
Mrs. T. L. Pavla
Miss Belle Dewey.
Mrs. Oould Pleti.
Mrs. K. W. Ntxon.
Mr. W. A. Paxton,
Mrs. F. C. Patton.
Mis. rjenree N. Peek.
Mrs. M C. Peters.
Mrs. George Prlns.
Mrs. E. L. Po'ter.
Mrs. N. P. Dods;e, jr. Mr. Guy H
Mr. I O. Poup. Mrs. 1. W
Mr. C. W. Drew. Mrs. W. A. Redlck.
Mr. Eugene Duval. Mrs. A K Reed.
Mrs. o. W. Pnnn. Mrs. lnrvey Read
Mrs. Osgood T. East- Inger.
nan. Mrs. A. Remlnpton.
Mrs. W. B. Fonda. Mrs. Chnrle W.
Mr. Jav D. Foster. Robinson.
Mrs. W. J. Foye. Mrs. C. C. Rose
Mrs. C. C. George. water.
Mrs. O. H. OIlllsple.Mrs. Victor Rose
Mr. Guild. water.
Mr. Frank T. Ham-Mrs. Adolph Storx.
Ilton. Mr. J. R. Scobic.
Mrs. Fred P. Hamll- Miss Blanche Morea
Mr. E. A. Hatfield Mrs. A. C. Smith.
Mr. G. E. Haver- Mr. C. T. Smith.
stick. Mrs. E. H. fprague.
Mrs. H. W. Howell. Mrs. George W.
Mr. C. A. Mull. Sumner.
Mrs. W. Hull. Mrs. K. T. Pwobe.
Mrs. Byron Hastings. Mrs. H. A. TuUev.
Mrs. W. H. Head. Mrs. E. C. Twamley.
Mrs. A. F. Jonns. Mrs. V. P. T'pdlkc.
Mr. H. O. Jordan. Mrs. Ray C. Wagner.
Mr. Theron W. Mr. H. S. Weller.
Jossrlyn. Mrs. Victor White.
Mrs. F. W. Judson. Mrs. A. P. Whltmor.
Mrs. Charles Kar- Mr. C. M. Wllhelm.
l-ach. Mrs. Harry Wllklns.
Mi s. George H. Mrs. Will L. Y.etter.
All hall to King Ak-Sar-Ben XV and her
royal highness the Qneen who will reign
over Qulvera for the coming year. There
I not a little guessing as to whom the
King will be, but he counts but little more
than the groom at a wedding after all, for
he ha always been a married man with
one exception, that of King Ak-Sar-Ben
XIII. This year there Is Just a chance that
one of th eligible bachelors will be King.
But th Queen t Until the last week every
one had decided Just whom she was to be,
but now they have alt decided that they
weie wrong. The wise one say she la a
petite young woman who lives on West
Farnam hill, not the blonde who was a
debutante last year, but a brunette who Is
to be Introduced this year.
The coronation ball thl year gives prom
ise of being the moat brilliant yet given.
Perhaps It la because Omaha ha no Horse
how thl year, but rarely have so many
of th prominent society women ordered
new gowns for any event excepting Hbrs'i
show week. Many of the costumes are to
be elaborate. Formerly plainer gowns were
worn and Jewel were almost a necessity
for a stunning ooatume, but this season the
gown are so elaborate that Jewels would
be almost superfluous.
The engagement ha been announced of
Mis Anna Hirschberg of Chicago, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hirschberg, and Dr.
H. Hlrschman of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Troxel announce th
engagement of their daughter. Miss Ona
Marie Troxel, to Mr. Cyrus S. Bowman.
The marriage wilt take plac thl autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mass announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss Martha
Alvlna, to Mr. Alvah Pierce Whltmore, the
wedding to take place the latter part of
Cards were Issued this week for the
wedding of Ml Lorraine Comstock,
daughter of Mrs. G. B. Comstock, and Mr.
Harold Chester Evarts, which will take
place Tuesday evening, October 19, at
the home of th bride's mother, 108 South
Thirty-sixth street. Rev. Paul Jones of
Logan, Utah, will officiate. Rev. Mr.
Jones was a classmate of Mr. Evarts at
Tale college. A reception will follow be
tween the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock.
Mis. Mary Elcke, 2703 Cuming street, gave
a dinner Friday' evening In honor 'of the
Kochem-Smlth bridal party. Th wedding
take place Wednesday morning at 9
o'clock at St John's Collegiate church.
Mis Anna Kochem, sister of the bride, will
be bridesmaid and Mr. Proctor Redfield
will be beat man. Messrs. Natt Walklln
and Orln Thompson will be ushers. Lit
tle RoBellnd Engel and Margaret Tobln
A quiet wedding Saturday morning was
that of Miss Margaret Garner, daughter of
Mrs. Olive B. Garner of S3 California
street, to Mr. Frank Whitelock of South
Omaha, which took place at 11 o'clock at
the rectory of St. Paul' church In Coun
cil Bluffs. Rev. John William Jones offi
ciated and only the Immediate families
were present. Mr. and Mrs. Whitelock will
reside In Omaha until the first of the
year, after which they will move to Sidney,
One of the large autumn weddings will be
that of Mir Edna Keeline, daughter of Mr.
and Mr. George A. Keeline of Council
Bluff, and Mr. Conrad Spens of Omaha,
which will take place Saturday morning,
October 23, at St. Paul' church In Council
Bluff and will be followed by a reception
at the Grand hotel. Mr. Glenn Wharton Is
to be matron of honor and Miss Elizabeth
Adair of Atlanta, Ga., maid of honor. Mrs.
Arthur Keeline of Omaha and Miss Jean
Elwood of Dekalb, III., will bi; the other
attendants of the bride. Mr. Puffer of
Chicago Is to be best man and the ushers
will be: Messrs. E. M. Falrfled, John T.
Stewart, 2d, A. M. Jeffrey, J. E. Bucking
ham and Arthur Keeline.
Captain and Mrs. Wilder will give a din
ner Monday evening at the Hotel Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon V. Smith, Jr., have
given up their house at 410T Lafayette I
avenue and ate at the Madison hotel.
The members of the Thimble club will
give a dinner Tuesday evening at Happy
Hollow club. About fifty guests will ba
Lieutenant Henry Arnet Bell, who has
been stationed at Fort Omaha for a short
time, left last evening for Fort Riley, where
he will remain until October 30.
Mis Kathryne McClannahan will enter
tain Wednesday afternoon at her home In
honor of Mrs. George Taylue of Memphis,
Tenn., guest of Mr. F. E. Ryner.
Mr. Arthur B. Smith and children will
leave shortly for Kansas City where they
will spend a fortnight with Mr. Smith'
parents, Mr. and Mr. Ptycke, formerly of
Mr. Tom Braden will give an Orpheum
party Monday evening, complimentary to
Mis Ethel Lawrle and Mr. Will Guild,
who wedding take plac Thursday, Oc
Card hav. been issued to Country club
member announcing th Harvest Home
dinner, that will be given Saturday even
tng, October U, at the club, when all are
to appear In ooatume.
Miss Amy Lawrle will give a supper Sun
day evening at Blatr, Neb., In honor of her
sister. Mis Elhol Lawrle. whose marriage
to Will Guild will take place this month.
Th guest will go to Blair In automobiles.
In th party will be: Miss Ethel Lawrle,
Miss Amis Lawrle, Mis Nell Guild, Jack
Guild, Will Guild. John Braden.
Much entertainment 1 planned for thl
week In honor of a number of visitors who
are In the city for th Ak-Sar-Ben featlvl
ties. Monday afternoon from I to 4 o'clock
there will be military maneuvers at Fort
Omaha and following this Colonel and Mr.
William A. Gls.isford will give an Informal
reception at tlielr quarters at the post In
compliment to the visiting army officers.
Tuesday afternoon. eOneral and Mr. John
C. Cowln will give an afternoon reception
at their home. 331 South Thlrty-evnth
treet. from i to o'clock In honor of
General and Mrs. Charles Morton. Wed
nesday afternoon Brigadier General and
Mrs. Charles Morton will give a large re
ception at the Omaha Field dub from i to
1:30 o'clock in honor of the visiting offi
cers. Thursday afternoon all of the army
officers will take part In th military par
ade which will be the most brilliant affair
of this kind ever given here. In the eve
ning the Elks will give a smoker at the
Elks club rooms and special entertainment
has been planned for the officers. Friday
evening the Ak-Sar-Ben ball will engage
all. and Saturday, the officers from Fort
Crook will entertain for General Morton
and for the visiting army officers who
were recently their hosts at Fort Des
Moines during the army maneuvers.
Mr. O. R. Adums of Tabor. Ia., and
Mr. and Mr. N. M. Howard were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs.' C. M Hobart Fri
day at luncheon
Miss Grace Cronln gave a chafing dish
party, followed by cards and dancing, at
her home. Those present were: Misses
Rulh Woodburn, Ida Proctor, May
Mh thews. Vera Stafford. Messrs. Earl Mo-
Dougal. Arthur Proctor. Bernard Bosk a.
John Weltiel, Edgar Eddy and Lloyd Mag-
Miss Louise Lord gave a picnic Friday
at Elm wood park for Miss Jean Barkalow
of Denver, who arrived Thursday evening
to be the guest of Miss Alice Cary Mi
Grew during Ak-Sar-Ben. These In the
party were: Misses Jean Barkalow of Den
ver, Alice Cary McGrew, Gladys Peter,
Dorothy Morgan, EUanbeth Pickens, Eu
nice Howell, Martha Dale, Louise Lord.
Mr. and Mrs. A G. Knapp entertained
at a surprise party for their son, Arthur,
Friday evening. The evening was spent
with game and contest.. Mrs. Knapp
was assisted by Mrs. Patton and Mrs.
Fauver. Those present were: Misses
Ethel Koss, Jewel Alexander, Bessie Ahl
quist, LUlle Kiel I, Isabel Smalley, Onie
Krell, Mary Evan, Flower Alexander,
Alice Patton; Messrs. Clarence Patton,
Cart Russum, Kent Withnell, Will Rat
llff, Carl Kane, James Christie, Engnar
Danlelaon, Alfred Krell, Robert Patton,
Miss Nell Guild gave a bridge party
Saturday afternoon at her home In honor
of Miss Ethel Lawrle, who will be one
of $he October brides. Those present
were: Misses Mildred Funkhouser, Edna
HilliB, Ethel Lawrle, Zola Dellecker, Eliza
beth Hamling, Edith Patterson, Georgia
Patterson, Effle Halglit, Elols Wood,
Laura Dale, Martha Pale, Elolve Hlllls,
Amy Lawrle, Hazel Smith, Henrietta Rees,
Ethel Eldrldge, Marlon Funkhouser, Hazel
Clarkson, Nettie Witt, Mildred Cooper,
Edith Fisher, Nell Guild; Mesdames Alan
McNown, Wayne Hemphill, Ronald Pat
terson, Erdman Brunner, Judson Chap
man. Mr. and Mr. Robert F. Klok gave
an enjoyable harvest home dinner party
last evening at their home. Ths guest
were all In "Rube", costume, which af
forded much amusement. Prominent In
the decorations were clusters of corn
stalks and pumpkin Jack o'lantern. The
guests were seated at one large table,
the centerpiece being a huge pumpkin
filled with fruit. A variety of grains
and fruit were used In the decorations
through the room. WTien the guests ar
rived In the dining room, all of the many
courses were on the table, including ths
pies In the tins In which they were baked.
Old-fashioned silver castors were dis
played and antique celery holders, mak
ing the 'celery resemble a fernery. Twenty-four
guest were present
Come and Go
Mr. Lee Mitchell has
college, New Tork.
Mrs. Moshler Colpetxer Is spending a
few days In Chicago.
Miss Beatrice Coad returned today from
an extended stay in Lincoln.
Mr. Olive Carpenter Is the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. French.
Mr. Louis Sweet has gone east to attend
Williams college. In Massachusetts.
Miss Maybelle Pillapson, 1306 Thirty-second
street, ha returned from a visit In the
Mis Juliet Griffith and Miss Harriet
Sweesy are attending the University of
Mr. Cora Balcombe, widow of U. B.
Balcombe, ha bought a home at 3222 Web
Mr. Doane Powell has gone to Chicago to
reside and wll! be oh the staff of the Record-Herald.
Mrs. P. L. Perrlne I the guest of Mr.
A. P. Schermerhorn of 1106 South Thirty-
Mr. Jack Webster left this week for the
University of Michigan, where he will enter
his Junior year.
Mr. Lyman Bryson left Saturday for Ann
Arbor, where he la a senior At the Univer
sity of Michigan.
Mr. Allun McDonald received the schol
arship to Harvard offered by the Harvard
club of Nebraska. ,
Miss Anna Coad left last evening to visit
friends in St. Louis and attend the Veiled
Miss Klnkaid of Kansas City Is the guest
of Mrs. Ben Gallagher until- after the Ak-Sar-Ben
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Henderson of Chero
kee, Okl., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Clarkson. 2T18 Blondo street. They
Woman s Shop
1517 Douglas St.
Formerly Hotel IUnte.
f &Y WASSNAM ST. 1
1 I IM f1l.U ff TTTT7
h roew-swies mf women-
In Tailored Suits, Dresses,
Capes and Coats
Here rare the best styles from the most noted
foreign and American designers clothes that have
class and that take their styles from the most exclu
sive models. All the novelties in fabrics, trimmings
and colors are represented in these new styles.
Tailored Suits. $35 and $45
Simplicity furnishes the keynote to the charm of
these suits. They are beautifully man-tailored and
made in long coat designs. Materials are wide wale
diagonals, imported broadcloths, homespuns and
serges. These suits are very specially priced at
$35.00 and $40.00.
Tailored Suits at $25
Our large showing of suits at $25.00 represents
some very special values in new long coat models.
They are made of the finest of worsteds, homespuns,
broadcloths and wide wale cheviots. We have no
hesitancy in saying these suits on sale at $25.00 are
Tailored Dresses. $12.75 to $45
We place on sale this week some of the most
charming dresses that have been brought out this
season. They are made of imported light weight
broadcloths, serges, tricot and worsted and are very
Fall Coats at $15 to $45
Women's coats in hundreds of styles, broad
cloths and coverts, in semi and tight fitting models.
Other coats of rough weave cheviots, diagonals and
two-toned materials with new Russian front and
standing collar. A . splendid showing of coats at
$15.00, $25.00, $35.00 and $45.00.
will remain until after the Ak-8ar-Ben
Mr. D. C. Patterson and family . have
moved from 33X2 Harney street to 411 South
Mr.' and Mrs. Ouy McKee of Lexington,
Neb., are visiting relatives until after the
Mr. B. B. Wood returned Thursday even
ing from a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
William Cranmer of Denver.
Mrs. Grace Hayden of Sidney, Neb., la
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Olive O.
Garner, 2C39 California street.
Miss Mae Eastman has gone to Chicago
to enter the Chicago Art school, where she
will spend the winter studying.
Mrs. John D. Peabody, who was called to
Omaha by the death of Mrs. Kennard, will
return to her home In Florida today.
Mr. Roy Wood, who is now loo&ted In
Denver, will arrive next week for a visit
with his mother, Mrs. B. B. Wood.
Mr. Harold Matters has returned to
Cambridge, Mass., to continue his studies
at Harvard In the law department.
Miss Ottola Nesmlth la the guest of
Colonel and Mrs. William A. Qlassford
until after th Ak-Sar-Ben festivities.
Mis Lillian Lawson of Beatrice Is th
guest of Miss Hester H. Peters of 1111 South
Twenty-eighth street for Ak-Sar-Ben.
Miss Jeannette Mulr, who was graduated
last June at the Omaha High school, ha
gone to Scotland to enter Queen Margaret
A eon has been born to Mr. snd Mrs.
William Cranmer of Denver. Mrs. Cran
mer waa formerly Miss Margaret Wood of
Mr. Thella Bolton announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Alice, to Edwin N.
Bedford, th wedding to take place the lat
ter part of October.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Shole and Miss
Helen Sholes have returned from an auto
mobile trip of two weeks through Iowa,
Illinois and Indiana.
Mrs. 8. D. Barkalow and Mis Carolyn
Barkalow, who have been In Europe for
some time, landed In New York Saturday.
Mr. Barkalow left last week to meet his
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The Fine Arts Institnte
Offers thorough instruction in Drawing, Water-Color
and Oil Painting, China Decoration, Illustrating, Designing,
Cartooning, etc .
Competent teachers, graduates of leading European and
American Art Academies.
Terms very reasonable. - : - ;
FALL TERM OPENS OCTOBER 4TH, 19Q9. ;
$500.00 in Frizes and Scholarships Offered to Pupils.
Well equipped and lighted studies, in Boyd Theater
building, offering excellent facilities for serious study.
For further information call on or addrefsn
PROF. O. H. WHALEY, A. B., A. ML, Director. '
The Fine Arts Institute
Studios: 401, 402, 403 Boyd Theater Building.
Office: 315-316 Ramge Building, Omaha, Neb.
Teacher of Singing
Suite 548, Ramgo Clock
Tel. Harney 2S87.
Jw pupils rolT4 Tueaday aad Fridays
Know edge of fabrics may be acquired
But creative genius that leaves nothing to chance,
takes years of experience.
Wolff Garments are correct.
Materials and fitting of garments is one cf the
main features here.
We show Coat Dresses $15.00, 22.00, S25.00
We show Cloaks at 15.00, 25.00, 35.00
We show Gowns at 25.00, 45.00, 55.00
We show Suits at 25.00, S05.00, 45.00
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