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THE OMAHA RrXDAY BF,F,: .TfLY 17. 1MQ
BUSY WEEK FOR SOCIETY j
Schedule ii Filed with Son; and
Birds of the Air.
NO SIESTA FOB THE HOSTESSES
Kasrasesaeat I inennpert with I. a li
ter Slide ml a Unn Kahlbl
tloa mt trS)tlra lfri
Mer Want to Fir.
I '! 1 1117? I IIV ItlWIHTil tVXlXMM
aV.'U'.'.'."iA'.'l "m nJk
Montreal Girl to. Be Omaha Bride
M ON DAT -Mm. F". A. IV-m-e in1 Mr N.
K Ourkert, lunrhpon at Happv Hollow
ivr Mr. I. H. Cndlke sncl Mm. K. A.
t4tKl man ; Mis Eunk't Howell. lum-lie .11
t Field club for Mind Ksthi-rlne Wnahl.
1" V KH I A Y M n W. .1. Ilur. hri.lge
luncheon St Field club for Mil. I pdike
and Mr. Htrdman; mld-a et'k dlnn-r )en e
tt Happy Hollow; lritva' day at Happy
WKUNESI A Y Mid-week dame at Meld
club; Peengerfnt at .Auditorium.
THi:K8DA Y Mr. and Mi-. Harry Judxoii,
brl.lftf rvc-nlns; for Mm. t'nrilke: Mn.
Ray C. W'simer. brtdire and luncheon at
Field club; Mr. John Woodworm, ilanrlns;
party at Happy Hollow; (rmlkron field
meet at Happy Hollow: lj.li- day at
Field rlub and Happy Hollow: damr a!
Rod and Jun club; Haeii-erfe.t concert;
Comls club. Mrs. Arthur Hoover.
FRIDAY Mm. Ray t Wanner, brldne
afternoon at Fte4d club: Tanaler Templn
reception at Field club: a'neifet at
SATURDAY Dinner dance at Happy Hol
low and Field club; Aviation meet; dance
at Rod and Uun club.
The optimist crew tnouahful.
And hi won! were sadly tere
"The world Is frowlnir herter.
But the climate getting- worn!"
T.- E. M.
Now that the ascent of summer ha been
anade and Omaha la dn mld-seaKon, society
la resting- on lta can. so to speak. I'art
af the resting take the form of summer
resort festivities, and Omaha Is well, rep
resented t many of these lake, mountain,
seashore and country (summer places. An
other part of the rrajttna; Is enjoyed by
those who And Omaha Itself a g-ood 'Juira
ir residence." and 'substitute the picnic
nd Informal outdoor 'festivity for the more
formal. But In oit way or another society
a Just now takhig- a vacation. Festivities
there- wsre, to be sure, this past week,
nd festivities there will be this week,
sharaitn entertainments made more at
tractive by the fact that they were Inspired
fey the presence of visitors, but eneer tain
Ins; Is not feneral nor active.
This week two larsa public events will
Interrupt the social siesta; the Saengerfest,
whose concerts open with the program j
Wednesday evening and continue Thurs
day and Friday afternoon and evenings,
and the Midwest i Aviation meet, which be
Travelogue (parties are rapidly becoming
Institutional ka OmeAe society. Already
they are sataihiWahed as popular methods
at entertainment and invitations to these
prlvata aggression of the modern picture
erase are aooepW with alacrity. These
elder brothers of the maglo lantern, the
picture machines, ara prise entertainers.
Mr. Charles Martin and Mr. Frank Mar
tin bav an axosSent vltasoopa and among
the etabec Intarawttnc slid whioh they use
ara tba slide who oh show In their natural
eolnra many lmtereetlng scenes photo
graphed by Mr. Qurdon W. Wattles In his
tour of the worltt. These pteture wars
shown to splendid effect Friday evening on
tha lawn of the George Barker home, but
were then antnawtsat overshadowed by tha
i interesting bit of news which a telegram
llde conveyed tha announcement of the
snge. adamant af Miss Isabel Ibbotson of
Montreal. Canada and Mr. Joseph Barker.
Mr. and Mrs. Joan McShana have re
eently pasnohaead a plot ore maahina and.
Inasmuch as Mrs. MoShana la one of
Omaha's meat skilled hoeteeses, giving n-tertatnmanta-wtUoh
sxcell In attractiveness,
It would not fee surprising If this machine
were used to further Interesting plans of
Intareat in tire ooralner Midwest Aviation
meet la mora' than perfunctory for many of
Omaha's women enthusiasts in tha causa of
science or athsstlca, or searchers 'for new
thrills. At least this Is tha Impression one
gathers from a talk with those In oharaw
of tha meat, They confess that they have
received not one, but many Botes of en
treaty from Omaha women who would like
. vide In an alralp and are too Impatient
to wait for that future perfection when
airships will be as prevalent aa land
motor ears. A number of woman In this
middle west believe that the nervous strain
would not ba too much for them and beg
an opportunity to ride aloft at tha Omaha
. Airship aaUlog ha not yet become a gon
adal pastime for womankind. The number
of those who have ridden In aeroplanes is
sjtUl small and tha number who -have as
sayed to drive their own ears Into the
clouds is tnuoh smaller. And yet. airship
traveling has had a prodigious effect upon
all woman kind, at least that part of
womankind which obey tha command of
fashion, for It la to tha feminine aviators
we are indebted for tha "hobble gown."
D. Marriott, nine; J. O. Slford, five; F. A.
At the Clubs
At Har Hollow.
One of the dinner parties at Happy Hol
low last weak was given by Dr. and Mrs.
C. W. Pollard. Covers ware placed for
Miss Belle Ryan, Mies Maria Ryan, Dr,
Robert Kofllabsr. Dr. Henry B. Letnore,
Mr. susd Mrs. Alvtn Johnson and Dr. and
Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Walrath entertained
aa their guests at dinner Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thome,
and' Mr. and Mrs. Pond.
II rawer entertained a party of four;
F. W. Outran, six; B. W. Tandy, two; C M
Power, tlx. and pr. Palmer Finny, '.
( v. . JS
Scores are already echoing ltl Hundreds WILL echo it! Midsummer is no
barrier. Every Indication points to a pace-creating disposal of planes. It wouldn't
surprise us if a second, even a THIRD club would become necessary. 'Pro3pects" are viewing mat
ters from evry angle - they cannot never Will buy a liETTlR piano on easier terms - for as llttie
. money. The "Club" id3a. as remodeled and improved by us, put the piano question right up to
you NOW. You MUST fall in line wlih our "Club" idea If you entertain on idea ol buying a piano
at all in the near future. That wizard ol the ivory Keys;
the world-famed premier of piano playing--
MIR3 ISABEL. IBBOTSON OF MONTREAL, CANADA. WHOSE ENGAGEMENT TO
MB. JOSEPH BARKER HAS BEEN. ANNOUNCED.
At tha fr'ield Cles.
One of tha largnr dinner parties at the
Field club last evening was given by Mr.
and Mrs. F. K. uewia In compliment to
their guest. Miss MUdred Howey of Winona,
Minn. Covers were placed for Miss Mildred
Howey. Miss Dunster. Mrs. 8tedi..xn ot
New York, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bucking-
ham, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kote-. Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Pykos. Mr. and 'Alr. F. E
Iewis, Mr. C. J. Lane and Mr. Robert
A large number of dinner parties were
given at the Field club last evening preced
ing the week end dance. Mr. J. 11. Llndsey
entertained for Mr. and Mrs.' Harry E.
Well of Clnclnnsttl, who are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Yateg. roer
wars placed for Mr. and Mrs. Wsll. Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Yates, Mrs. Anne Tates. Miss
Thecals DuelL Mr. Frank Tales and Mr.
John B. Llndaey. '
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Enl1ech entertained
for their niece and nrphew, Marie and
Kirk Fowler. Covers were placed tor Misece
Marie Fowler. Gladys l-ieis, Helen Wilgit;
Messrs. Klik Fowler, eVarl Holmes. Kalpb
Peters, aod Mr. and Mrs. aUiglun-h.
J. C. MrClure was bust of a party of
tea: Walter Preston, five; Charles 14 o
lAooald, four; K. A. HlggUts. four; C. N
KoBlitaon, cJckU B- Canlgan. (our; A
Mrs. Charles W. Hull has returned from
a visit In the east. .
Mrs. Lowrle Childs Is spending the sum-
mar at Mount Mareno, N. Y.
Miss Esther Bonsall of tiaiem, O., Is the
guest of Miss Alice Woodworth.
Mrs. Louis Bradford and son, Robert,
have returned from a world's tour.
Miss Ruth Thompseu has returned from
a six months stay In New York City.
Miss Mildred Howey of Winona, Minn., is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lewis.
Mtas bel French, who has been visiting
in Slcu.. City, is expected home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis and daughters
left Friday for a trip through Yellowstone
Mrs. Dan H. Wheeler; Jr., has gone to
Burlington. Vt., to visit her mother and
Mrs. Thomas J. Rogers is visiting at tha
country home of her daughter, Mrs. Louis
Mrs. C. W, Ogla and daughter. Miss Ora,
have gone to Long Beach, Cal., to spend
Mra George Hammer and Miss Ruth
Hammer left Thursday to spend a month
Mr and Mrs. Julius Kessler have gone to
Point Pleasant, Madison Lake, Minn., foe
a four weeks' stay.
Mrs. Robert R. Rlngwalt who has been
visiting In Seattle will leave Monday for
Port Townsend, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Clapp left yesterday
for a trip through Yellowstone park. They
expect to be away a month.
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Henry and Dr. and
Mrs. E. C. Henry have been entertaining
the parents of the two doctors.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahoney are sojour
ning at Glenwood Springs Col., and will
later leave for tha Paclflo coast
Mlasea Joaqulm Cobble and Irene Fvlker-
son of Fremont are visiting Mr. and Mra.
Egbert C. Mlaner, 216 Park avenue.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Porter Peck have
gone to Tarrytown. N. Y., for a two weeks'
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eatabrook.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Met and Miss Har
riet Mets have been enjoying a trip In the
Canadian Rookies and ara now at Banff,
Mrs. James T. Smith of St. Louis, who
has been the guest ot Mrs. F. E. Wllmuth
and Mrs. T. A. Fry, left Friday for her
Mra Henry C. Van Giesoo and Mra.
Henry B. Lemere and two children have
gone to Bailey, Colo., to spend several
Mrs. Charles R Sherman and Miss Alden
have returned from a fortnight's trip
through Yellowstone park and western
Mrs. John H. Shary and Mrs. W. A,
Shropshire will leave Monday for Long
Beach. Cal., to spend tha remainder at the
Mr. and Mrs. George Myers and children
of Dubuous, la., arrived Friday for a
week's stay with Mrs. Myers' mother, Mrs.
B. W. Nssh.
iMlss Edith Andsraon who baa bean teach
ing In the canal lone of Panama, baa re
turned to Omaha to spend two months vis
Miss Gertrude Harrta will leave Thurs
day for a three months' stay In Chicago
and New York, where she will visit friends
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Partridge and family
have moved to their summer home on
Florence Heights where they will spend
iMiss Blanche Kinsler returned yesterday
from a four weeks, visit to ewstem points,
including Buffalo, N. Y., and Oleott Beach,
Ming Mary Hliearer left Friday to Join a
party of friends In sn extensive western
trip which will Include a trip through Yel
low aloue park.
The Misses Myra and Louise Buxbeum
of Chicago are visiting Mr. Albert Holler
and daughter. Mra. Louise btrauas and
Mr. Dave Dageti.
Mrs. John RoLlnson of Norfolk, Neb.
and Mrs. D. Barou of Sioux City, la., are
In the city to attend the KaUkee-HoWuson
wedding uext Tuesday.
Mrs. Ben Gallagher left Friday evening
for Salt ,L9.ke City, where she will be Joined
by her sistrr and brother-in-law, who, to
gether, will make the trip to Alaska.
Mr. and Mrs. .Louis Hlller have returned
from their wedding Journey spent In Colo
rado and tha mountains. Thoy ara tem
porarily at the home of Mr. Killer's father.
Mrs. Edward Lewis ot Btevonavllls and
Iter mother, Mra Durkea of Delta, Colo.,
arrived Friday for a few days' visit with
Mr. George Durkea.
Misses Margaret, Mabel sud laakel 8ter
ling. Ruth White, Helen Buck aud Lois
Howell left the first of the week for a so
journ at Three lAkes. Wis.
Mrs. C. . XMets, Mrs. K. A. Ndsoa and
children have gone to Dome Lake, W'yo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hudson of Owensboro,
Ky., will Join them then.
Mrs. Beech Taylor has gone to Kankakee,
III., where she will spend several weeks
visiting her daughter M2rs. Charles Richard
Lockwood and Dr. Lodkwood.
Captain and Mrs. Clarence Richmond Day '
anal little daughter arrived Friday evening
to spend two months visiting Mrs. Day's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jordan and family
leave this evening for Lake Okobojl. Mr.
Jordan will remain for the week and the
family for the rest of the summer..
Miss Evelyn Franck of New York, fiance
of Sidney iMandelberg. arrived Saturday
to epeud the remainder of the summer at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A Mandelberg.
Mrs. Charles Kennedy has gone to New
York for a viaU. Major Kennedy will Join
her there later. After an eastern trip they
will go to the major's new station In
iMrs. E. A. Stedman of New York City
wno is the guest of Mrs. 3. D. Foster, will
leave Tuesday for the east. Mrs. Stedman
has been much entertained during her' stay
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Foot and daughters.
Misses Frances and Ksuherlne Foote, left
Saturday for Michigan and New York. Mrs.
Foote and daughters will be gone until
Miss Hilda Hammer, who went oast In
June to attend the reunion of her class at
Vassar, and since then has been visiting
friends at Northampton, Mass., Is now at
Lake George, N. Y.
Mrs. John C. Wells of Indianapolis, lnd.,
Is visiting In Omaha. After a stay of
throe weeks aha will leave for Heidelberg.
Germany, where she will join her son and
make her home there.
iMlss Claire Helens VToodard will leave
Tuesday for a western trip Include Bannf,
Vancouver B. C. Seattle and will later
visit her brother Mr. James Woodard at
Mr. and Mra. Dentae Barkalow, who slnoe
their return from their weddlog trip, have
bean at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8, D.
Barkalow, will this week move Into their
home at Thirty-fifth and Dodge streets.
Mra. Victor Coff man will give up her
house at tSU Farnam street August 1 and
during the absence of her daughter, Miss
Rose Coffman, In Europe, shs wll) be at
tha horn ot her daughter, Mrs. E. W.
Mr. 8 id man ot New York city spent the
last few days ot the week In Omaha, ths
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Lamley. Mr.
Sldman is on an extensive pleasure trip
through tha western part of tha United
Miss Marsden, principal of Brownell Hall,
has gone to her home near Owen Bound,
Canada. After several weeks In Canada
she will visit with friends In the Adlron
daks, returning to Omaha lata In September.
Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Love have purchased
the former residence of Dr. and Mrs. J. E.
Bummers at 12T North Thirty-second street.
and will occupy it In the autumn, moving
from their present heme! "The Bunkers,"
Mrs. L. A. Diets, 41V South 3th street
has as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Ranney of Minneapolis who will spend tha
week here. Mrs. Ranney la a grandaughtar
af Mrs. Diets and waa formerly Miss
Mrs. Harry L. Street ot Chicago and
small daughter, who have been spending
the last few weeks at tha borne of Mrs.
Street's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Wakefield, will leave the middle of the
week for their home.
Miss Geraldlne Clapp has gone to Holly
wood, Cal., where she will . join a party
of friends and tcur the Paclflo coast. After
September 1 Miss Clapp will ba tha guest
ot Mr, and Mrs. J. J.. Gibson formerly of
Omaha, and will study muslo In Los An-
Misses Elisabeth, Ann and Alice' Fry,
who left Omaha June 14 for summer In
Europe, have visited Liverpool, Edinburgh,
Stratford-on-Avon, London and other points
of Interest In the British Isles and are now
In Germany. They will go to Oberanv
msrgau to witness the paaalus play and
expect to return this country early In September.
For the Future
Mr. John Woodworth will glv a dancing
arty at Happy Hollow Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mra Harry Judaon will entertain
at aa evening of bridge Thursday In Honor
of Mr. Updike.
Tha Rod and Gun dub will have two
dance nights each week, Thursday and
Saturuy, for the rest of the season. The
first of thee dances was given last even
Tha Omlkroa club will glv a 'Yield meet"
ft Happy Hollow Thursday evening. Mr
diaries Mats, chairman of the entertain
ment oomruttto, will b assisted by Meeera
Gibson Caldwell, Frank Parr, Samuel Kees,
J rJb UAH
V - v si r -
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after solicited hy every American' maker of note
Chose and Purchased
X. J. PASEKEWSXI, A Hotabl Porchaser of the Pamed
of all Pianos !
And the "Huntington" is the self-same piano
offered to members of the Dennett "Ciub
Here is Paderewski's Letter:
Read this letter written by the world's premier pianist,
Paderewski. to the manufacturers of the "Huntington" pianos:
Manhattan Hotel, May 13, 1900.
To the Huntington Piano Co!
' Dear Sirs: Having heard excellent accounts of your in
struments, I hereby request that you will send one of your pianos
to the Paderewski Singing Society at Chicago, 111., for my
account. Yours very truly,
I. J. PADEREWSKI.
Here is our new
as offered NOW!
Club" Feature No. 1.
The piano offered la a regularly made instru
ment that gold the country over by "Hunt
ington" dealers at $323.' Through, the
"Club", It costs you only f 244. 50 a clear
saving of $80.50.
"Club" Feature No. 3.
You get a cash rebate of 16c per week for
. every week you pay in advance. In two
weeks this would amount to 32c; In 175
weeks It amounts to $28. This brings the
piano down to $216.50. Total "Club"
".Club" Feature No. 6.
You may Join the "Club" no matter where
you live. A number of out-of-town mem
bers are already enrolled. All arrange
ments and payments may be made by mail
. and we GUARANTEE satinf action.
"Club" Feature No. 2.'
You have 175. wet'ks in which to pay the
price of the piano; you have merely to
meet weekly payments of $1.SC, which
amount is about half that usually charged
lor MENTALS on equally fine makes.
"Club" Feature No. 4.
Use a "Club" piano a week; pay $8.50 down
then, If satisfied, and $1.36 per week for
175 weeks. Exchange it for any of our
other makes after 175 weeks if you so
"Club" Feature No. 7.
Erery piano Is GUARANTEED for five ytara
of service, the guarantee being mode by
both the makers and ourselves; you are
not courting trouble whn you Join this
newest "Bennett Piano Club."
"Club" Feature No. 5.
Even the ordinary "Club" memberships save
oue $S0.50; enough for two years of inn si",
lessons. If all advance payments are maaV
one saves $108.50, enough for an extended
"Club" Feature No. 8.
You now have an opportunity to purchase on
an almost unbelievable easy plan the very
make of piano that has been chosen in
preference to all others by "Paderewski,"
the world's greatest pianist.
Piano is delivered at once upon your enrolling
Piano Department 16th and Harney Sis.
Sale Ezct e aord inary
On acoouat of store alterations during July, ws will have our
Immense sale of hair goods. All ths latast novelties, such
Curls and Puffs, from 91.00 t0
2t-incn' BWltCDins, goon veiu..
22-lnch Switches, nothing better wad.
36-lnoh Coronet Braid
8 -inch Coronet
Pupils taken to learn the art
Mall Orders Solicited.
Everything In Millinery must be sold. Now Is ths time to get
Slid-Snminer Millinery at reduced prices.
F 1VI. SCHADELL
1523 DOUGLAS HTIIKKT.
Dester Buell. Jes Rotors and Fred Crelgh
In the meet arransements.
Mrs. J. l. FoBter was hostess at a morn
in hrlrtsa nartv riven Saturday at tli
Field flub In honor of her house gueat.
Mrs. E. A. Stedman of New xora t,uy.
VniinuMn tirulca lunoheou was served and
a pretty decoration of white carnations and
purple sweet pas were ummi. .v.cn
placed for twenty gueaU. ,
Mra P. H. Updlk of L Anseles and
Mrs. K. A. Btedman of New York will b
ii.. .1ln.ia nf honor at a luncheon to be
given Monday by Mrs. N. U. auohert and
Mrs- Fred Toarca at Happy Itonow. ars.
W. J. Burgees will rlv a niarnlng bridge
party and luncheon Tuesday at th Field
club In their oonipllnient.
"MONTK&aI Canada, July U. Ilia-.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. lbbottaon anuounoe Ute
ensaenient of th4r daagbter Isabel to
Mr. Joseph barksr af Oniaha."
Misa Ibbotson, ah la making her first
visit to Omaha, has anade a heat af friend
during her stsy In addition to btng suite
(Centluued en ta Three )
Omaha's While City
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Uustcr's Concert Band
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