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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 21, 1913
Many EngaffcmentsAnn.ouBOtd and
numerous AUiuran wcutungs.
BUMMER CLUBS CLOSE BOON
Mont of Them Will Complete Their
Hummer Activities Before AU
Snr-Den Week MIHtnrr V
WeditlnK nt Bort.qrook.
TUESDAT Closing danco at Happy Hol
low; Mrs. Oeorgo H.-R.rlspy, luncheon
at the Field club; Mm: ChaHos (Joss,
.luncheon at Field club: Mr. F H.
Klnr, luncheon at Field club; Mr. V
IL Cook, luncheon ot Field club; meet
ing of Prairie Park Needleoraft club,
dinner dance ot Carter Lake club.
WEDNESDAY MUs Floronco Wver.
brldBe party at the Field club; wedding
of Miss Bess's Gibbon, daughter of
Mr. Ella Gibbons, to Mr. Patrick
Phalen at St John's Collegiate church;
dinner danca at Field club; dinner
danc at Country club.
FHtDAY-Clonlnu dinner dance at Sey
mour Lake Cduntry club.
BATUIUJAY CloslCR -dinner dance at
Field club; danco at Prairie Park cuib;
dinner dance at Country club; dinner
dance at Carter Lake club.
Engagements and weddings are of
peclal Interest and many large and In
teresting woddlnga are to be celebrated
An engagenie'ni of local Interest Is that
of Mteg flhlrjey, Castetter daughter of
Mrs. F. M. Cattetter of Blair, to Mr.
George Warren Donaldson of Lincoln,
Ths weddlnjr will take place In the early
winter. Miss Caetotte'r has been, much sn
tertalned In Omaha, where sqe has -a
1a rye circle of .frJertSiha. much
beauty tuid chj-rrn and ( has nerved as
maid of honorat he. tdrcMtttibSi bail on
two or three occ'astoiiS.' '
The engagement J-,annoUnfed of Miss
May O'Drlen, ,dauh,ler of k Mr. arid. Mra
Thomas O'BrienVtp Mr. James H. Hanley,
private secretary to Congressman C O.
The weddln&.wUI ,bp wjotaatfteibbcn
28 at Bt Ceclila'a pro-cathedral. Afr
a wedding trip the young i)Mfrit"4jj4c;t
to spend part of the year In Washington,
Summer Clubs Oloag 4-: - . -4
The closing dates for most of the sum
mer clubs have been definitely decided,'
most' of thein ,belng oloted ' before the.
Happy Hollow Is the first to close and
will have Its last dinner dance this sea
tttflVthls' evening. Many large dinner
parties will be given and about 800 res
ervations for dinner have been made by
clute members. TljyjKWlll be .anpylnor
mftl dance1 Tuesday" efenlng,' when light
refreshments will be served, and this will
close the season for thls-club.
Next Saturday venln?yB b lh lMl
dinner dance at the Country club, but
It will keep'iplPfctC until JanUaryTfoj'n.
formal affairs?- Nei year's eve the club.
will probably .close' for. three months
The Omaha Field club will close next
Saturday evening with a dinner dance,
after which only the grill will be open for
The Beymour Lake Country ctus will
cloe next Friday evening with -a- nner
p, Th Carter Lake club plans to keep
99m for, a few w?ks kmer,, the ct
date ef(etelMf 'h Wt '. "
Mr, XAhr Monmm, Jr.,H ftwem
from Wete,,.., Mm Mifcsfnan aM.
chlMron anther punaUi 'Mr, m& Mrs.
i Tntm MmK expected next, Tues-
Mra, F. i Johnson aad children are
mxpcteH today frofn. OgviMtilt,' M.r
they tave t summer home.
Mrs. Horry Brram o,f Chicago arrived
.Thursday and la the guest of her parents,
Kr. and Mrs. -A. ,; Tuker, until Sunday
venln. ' ' "
Bishop and Mrs. A. U William Arrive
Saturday Stnf their summer.' Iwjme tat
Richards landing. Ontario. Mr. OrUfSn,
sister of the bishop, and Miss Lepnore
Williams cams Wednesday. "
Mr. andMra,, $pm K.JIaramer -atutj
Mlsa Hanfmer' arrived home. WeMieedayT
from Wlf-whe feJ
if rs. T. J. Mackay ' and Miss TOftancr'
y'lfackay arrived home Thursday from a
evmmr at AlexasdrK Timt'fe'
turn was delayed by Mrs. Mackay mis
fortune In Brealirtrr peri ari; iiseVeralH
east can be removed'. In 1ai!o(h,er' .wee4t
Mlas Eleanor ai&cxar win return ,10- asrs.
1 Vomers' school In Washington, Qjitofcer,B.
r ' Mrs. E C. McShane -jVRvea .'ChurUvolx
" Joday and will be hew Tuesday,
Mr. ,and ,M.'r., WY X Burns,, Who ave
ben In Wyomlri lov two weks, return
Mrs. Frederick Lake and small daugh-
" tarlM.', returned from 'IfHwaukee. -where
Mrs. Ltko visited her father and brother.
D-v nd Mrs. Henry 13. Lamer salted
from Hjunburg for home after two months
abroad. They spent most of the Urns in
Mrs. Arthur Remington and Mrs. S.
II, Wheeler, Jr., plan to return from
23urop In November.
nr. and Mrs. J. (P. Lord landed In New
York last Saturday from a summer
.abroad. Dr. Lord reached Omaha Tues
day, Mrs. Lord remaining In Chicago to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Vaughn, before
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Burgess and sons.
Charles and Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kounto and their' children and
Jlobert Burns landed Wednesday In New
York from Europe. , Mr. ahd Mrs, Bur-
xess are eSPtcted home Sunday, having
left the two boys at St. .Paul's' school.
Mr- and Mrs. Kountxe wilt remain east
a few dayB. Their son Benman also en
tered St. Psur! and thetr.daughter Elea
nor has returned home,
Mr. an4'Mr;'.PWH' Kelly .arrived
Saturday from a summer In Europe. Mr,
and Mrs..W. X-'Bursts; traveled
wth Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, stopped In Chi.
cago and 'tl-'achr Omaha Thornday,
A pretty wedding Saturday evening was
that f Miss Marlsnjjjenifina55$fer ot
Major and Mre. mWift Xitfir'lf'ourUi
United State Infantry, to lieutenant
Bben Swift of the Eleventh United States
" 7k .estetnony took, plac at o'cVjck.
at tha home of the brides parents at
Fert Crook, Rev, Thomas J. Mackay of
1 All Saints church officiating.
0 The rooms were beautifully decorated
in rjs In -.cavalry.. yellQW sbs.deSf and
wr Hghtid wltb, yellow "candles.
The bride, a brunette of unusual beauty,
wore an ' xftuMte weddta: gown, a Lu-
wjfn court tram, tne opiy trtmmlng was
duchess Jar. She wore a Tell o real
rl ' ? " ' ;
carried a shower ' bouquet of
orchids and lilies of the valley,
.The .maid of honor as Miss Ethel
Elliot of Minneapolis, who was' gowned
In yellow charmouso and carried yellow
lllttlo -Miss Edith Fnrnhamj daughter
cf Lieutenant and Mrs. Clarence Farn
ham, was flower girl. She wore a dainty
lace llngerld frock and carried a basket
of yellow rose! buds.
, Lieutenant 'Berton Read, Eleventh
Mffied States cavalry, served as best
'Following the ceremony there was a re
ception for the guests, when Mrs. Frunch
.wasasslsted by Mrs, Clarence Farnham,,
Irs." Qlendenninff and Mrs. Youngloff of
iManuia. P. I,
Xtoutenant and Mrs. Swift left last
evening for a wedding trip to New York
and Washington, D. C, after whlehHner
wilt go to Fort Oglethorpe, Oai, where
Lieutenant Swift is stationed The. bride
wore atravellitk suit of dark Mue,
trimmed with imttia,l.ada hlacltv4-
yAt,- c.:- " , tj -
It was originally scanned to nav,e a
iw-M military envrph wMr. but o.wlng
t&' so "many officers being on the Mexican
border, the plans wore changed, and. only
relatives afcd a few IktlMat friends In
the army were present. , ,
lleturninf to Collepe.
aaiss xrma uross win leave ine latter
part ot the month to resume her studies
at the1-Unlvefdty-Vf -Cliljogo.
Miss alary Qtfford, daughter of Cr, and
Mrs, fllffQrd, loft, Sunday for the Hill
side school In Wisconsin.
Miss Alice Qldeon left Friday for Lin
coln to jenter the Uplyeralty of Nebraska,
Mr, Qeorgo Chapilne of Lincoln is visit-
lntMfpr f a.ie,wi "daya i wlthfjMr, Casper
Blackburn. Both ar students atefths
npdis'rayt 'dcad1r.VKnd' return tho
first of October to resume tneir studies.
"Oflir; aeBBhgle't&li JswlSWJr., of Fort
crook, is entertaining' a couege "xneas,
Mrr-Cla.ude,Seehorn, ot Spokane, Wash.,
who arrived Tuesday, and who will, leave
with Mr. Swltxer for tho University of
Michigan, where 'the? will resume their
AtSeymoir Lak 0UKtry Cltli. ,
Mttif inne parties were g.ven ;ti
day evening at the olub. Among these en
tertaining were Mr. and Mrs, W B.
'Chsok; who-hsk as."' guests:
Mr. attn Mrs. K, Buckingham,
Mr. ami Mrs. II.. C. Culver. ,
Mr. and Mrs. ft. U McCullougb,
Others wh.o had dinner parties at the
club were, Mr. IL b. Wlndhelm. who
had twenty-five guests', Sdl Degan, eight;
Jamos 1. .Begley, two: Dr. K, L. D
Lanny, three; Donald J. Burke, twoj W.
P. Padkln, four; James P. Sullivan,
fours D. C. Dodds, six; J. F. O'Leary,
four; R, 8. West, four; E. A. Rose, ten)
H. Bald, six; Robert Parks, four)
BRIDE OF THE WEEK WILL MAKE
HER HOME IN OMAHA.
MRS, It ANDRBASON.
Brides of the
Jatm TTrlpn, six: John Pa mitt, six;
Dwlght Powell," four.
Saturday evening the; stockholders save
a dinner and entertainment.
Among other reservations for Saturday
evening were, Mr. A T. Said, who had.
three guests! R. D. Phillips, nines K. F,
Worley, six! It, M, Lord, seven! C, E.
I'arans; five; J, S.iWhlte, twp; Charles
Vollmer, fouf; R. 15. Sunderland, three.
The Woman's club ot Papllllon took
dinner at the club Saturday evening.
Places -were laid for twenty.
At Hapny Hollow.
-no closing cinner dance at the club
was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. 33. O.
Hamilton had as thojr guests at dinner!
Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Robort Trimble,
. Mr. .and Mrs. L Slbbernsen,
Ajr, and Mrs. T. L. Combs, .
Mr. andJIra, Thdmas Fell,
MISS Neldlff of Pltt1mi-orh ' P .
,'Mr, Albert SJbbornsen, . , '
Ir. W. Morris McKay.
With Mr. aild Mrs. W; D, Wllllama
weres , ' '
Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Wood,,
Mr and Mrs,C.-N. Robinson,
Judge and Mrs. Irvlnf. Baxter had as
Mr. and Mrs. W, J Beebee,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fltoh,,
Mr. and Mr. Howard. ,
Mr. and Mrs, Tunnecllff. ,
LiWJth Mr, and Mrs. T, C (Van Buren,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strelght,
Dr. and Mrs, W. it. Sherradln,
Mr. und MS-3. A, D, Marriott. '
Dinning with Mr. and Mrs. G B, Hay
ward Saturday evening were:
Mr. and Mrs. Raymdnd Hayward,
Mrs. William R. Bowen,
Mrs, E, W. Stores,
Mr. Myron Hayward.
Members ot the Dundee Thimble club
and their husbands, took dinner at the
club Saturday evening. Places were laid
Colonel and Mrs, J, ML Banister had aa
jgvieste at dinner Saturday evening; -
Mr, and Mrs. George D. Darr,
Mr, and Mr. O. L. Bradley,
Judge and Mrs. Howard Kennedy.
Dinner reservations for Saturday even
ing were made by A, IX. Ralph, who had
four guests; J. B. Adams, eight; B.
B. Webster, twenty; W. B. &elt, six;
I Mrs, Spencer, eight; T. W. Blackburn,
twelve; C C. Georg$, four; Edward
Phelan, four; W. A. Leet, four! R. IS.
iLaverty. four: Miss Lora. V- Nelson,
H. K. Burkett, two; Charles Harding,
At the Field Cluh,
Mrs. Charles Goes will entertain eight
een at luncheon Tuesday at 'the club.,Mra
George B. Baker bad twenty-five and
Mrs. F. H. Cook, eleven,
iStr. and Mxa. E. A. .Htgglaa, enter
talned at dinner Saturday evening, when
their gueeU were: ... .
Miss Olga Btori,
Mxa Louise Lody,
M. Louis rTtqrx, .
Mr George Starr.
Mr. and Mrs. II, H. Fish entertained
twelve guests at dinner In honor ot Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Julian ot Lincoln, Neb,
Dinner reservations for Saturday 'were
made hyJ. B. Rahtn, who'bad twelve'
gutsts; T. A.. Ewlng.i draJL' 8. Sua
msnn, three; George laverstlck. two;
John Lavelle. four; O. W. Platnsr, six
teen, E. C. Van Buren, seven; Simeon
At the Country CluV. -
Among .tpose. entertaining ,atha cluh
Saturday evening were. Mr. A J. Beaton,
who had six guests; Mils Erna Read,
eight ; W. J. Connell; E, A Cope, tour:
R. L. Huntley, four; George Prinx, four;
O. C. Rdlck, fpurj O. B. Yost, eight.
Mr- Caspar Otfutt entertained twenty
at dinner Saturday for his guests, Mr,
Theodore. Brantley bf Helena, Mont., and
Mr, Donald Flskin'of Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Cnidurntt n t a r t n. t n ti
at dinner Saturday ovehlnr when. their
Bursts were jup ana Mrs. w. E. Rhoades,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Caldwell. Mr. nnrl
air a. uurxe.
EntertaintYiMita . .
A' linen shower 'was glvn Thursday
anernoon m honor of Mrs. JsJfJ. Rappley
at tne home of her mother, Mrs. W. T.
Schneider. Mr. aiitl "Mrs. T, J. Rappley
will leave September 2S for the west,
where they wilt make their hqme. Those
HI C. Tlmme, .
. Lois Johnson.
B. A Berllnghof,
W. M. Pardee, .
W, J, Cuslck,
,F, O, Timme,
II. H. 'Johnson."
mr. ana Mrs. w, u'. Hcnneiaer.
Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Rappley. "
A miscellaneous "shower was given Mrs.
David Marlon, nee Miss Hasl Hotf, ot
Florence at the home ot Mrs. O I Alt
stadt Tho afternoon "was 'spent with
cards and about fifteen were present
Tho Mazda society gave. Its second-.dance
of the season at ArmbjrusVa hail. Thurs
day evening. About 390.. weret present
Shower for, Sride.
a linen shower was given at thbojae,
of Mrs. ..William fichnotAer.T.hiiriiv-ft.
ernoqn for Mrs. . Theqdore Rappeyl,pee
week's hrMs rr ,nH lrm ' ffannlA.. ,m)
ieavo next weeic to make their future
home In California. Those present were:
W. J. Cuslck,
H, C. Timme,
H, II. Johnson,
y. C Timme,
Kt C. Carter,
, Mies Mary Evans, daughter ot Mr, and
Mrs, J, B, Evans, and Mr. .Harold Hall
Andrcat.cn were married Wednesday eve
ning at the. home of the bride's parents
by Rev, J, W. Morgan, pastor of tne
Presbyterian church at .Churdan, la,, and
grandfather of tho bride.
Mrs. IL J. King played the Lohengrin
era. si I have Buccestf-
JJBmWk. fully solved the
HP f difficult prob-
'"'"B&r le& at producing
m pf work at, minl-
mum coat, and:
M give. my patroilij
BBSS , 1. 1. . a
me, iuo ucuoiiia or
H my economy
why my, prices
are bo moderate
and wh .ore
celre better TtJl
uetf at my estab
trial order J re
ited, and I In
vito you to call
whether yon .aro
rejldyf to .bu'y or1
Ue, by men -tall- I
rs under my personal Supervision, 5
mus sNvnnr arasua. ana supsrtor
Bora aat SMf.
wedding march and Miss Mae Sorensen
sang '.'I Love You Truly."
The brlOe wore a gown of white voile
over white messallne trimmed with Vene
tian lace. She carried a shower bouquet
of bride's roses.
Miss Carrie Andreasen. cousin of the
groom, was bridesmaid and she wore a
gown 6f white Vrtepe Te cherie with pearl
and shadow lace trimmings. Bhe carried
an arm bouquet ot pale pink, asters. Mr.
J. Carl Evans, brother of the" Bride, was
tha best man'. Mr. and Mrs. Arfdrcasen
wlll make their homo In Omaha.
Among the out-of-town guest were
nov. ,spd Mrs. J. W Morgan and" Miss
Bessie Morgan of Churdan, Ia'
Mleses Mona and Florence Itosslter en
tertained at luncheon at their homo Sat
urday. Covers wore laid for twelve. A
mound of white carnations" waa. Used as
the centerpiece. Those present were:
Grace Dauds, -
At Brownell Hall.
The former students of Brownell Hall'
entertained at a dancing party Saturday
cvenlngnt the Halt for tho new students
coming In this year. About 113 pupils
were present. The nineteen Benlors ot
this year assisted Miss Johnson and the
faculty during the evening.
The N. W. club was entertained by
Mrs. Louis Oldfield on Wednesday after
noon. All members were 'present but one. I
Mrs. W. JC., Price will entertain the club
on Ostptier 15. .
A. yfJn;Ue. party was given Thursday
evqnink. In! honfn- of Miss Eleanor Fruh
wjnftrwrlhday, at-Jier hoVmv lie .North
Weqy.( It th;. fdmes ohd musia turnlshed
he:o.mu)fement. Tlje guest list IncYuded:
Eleanor :ruhwlfth, Beatrice Swanson.
Ralph Dunn". -
acrtrude roki .
Charlie Drngoo, "
Arthur Beck, .
A... pleasant evening- was Bpcnt In-
music, games o'nd dancing at a surprise
?arty given In honor' of Miss Eleanor
Btrasser, at her home, Wednesday oven-
Ing. ht fancy dancing of Mr. Hughes
ahd Mr,. Bureell was a feature of the
evening. Those present were: -
Roy Norrls. .
Amy- Parr. '
William Von Drimkn
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moore,
Mrs. K. Strasser.
inursaay evening the memhers or tha
coworkers' adult Bible class of the Hans
com Park Methodist Sunday school, about
elwhty-seven, were given a reception by
the class, president, Dr. Jennie Callfas,
and the class teacher, Mr, W. B. Peake,
at the home of the former on Thirty
As the guests entered the parlors they
were tagged-with slips of paper' contain
ing their names, to facilitate acquaint
anceship, A delightful evening was spent with
games and music, consisting ot soles,
quartets and choruses. -
Those assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Wat
son, Mrs. Myers, Miss Ethel Yost, Mr.
Chapman and Mr. Underbill.
Those desirous of Joining thts class of
ladles will receive a cordial welcome at
ih.MisiW II ilufi i in i ' I mil- ii lI , I' i amff
AMAZING MILLINERY FACTS
SMI II I j I I 1
350 Hat on display at $5.00. Not
to be duplicated elsewhere at -$10.
Our shbwiag is wider
ever. Hundreds pf Hats that are exclusively Butler Hats on Sale at
$2.50, $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00
A complete line of PRACTICAL HATS
worth $4.50 to $0.00 C
, on jiaj e. at . v W
MISS BUTLER mum 1512 Douglas
FIRST DOOR EAST OF EMPRESS THEATER
the Sunday school session at 9:15 Sunday
Miss Rose Cotfman entertained at a
box party at the Orpheum matinee Bit
urday. Her -guests were Mrs. Frank, L.
Haller, Mrs. Fred Thomas, Mrs. J. M.
Metcalf, Mrsi Martha Heth and Mrs.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Robert F Smith la spending the
You Get Satisfaction Here ;
There are mnny methods of getting business, but only
one method of holding it GIVE SATISFACTION. .
That8 what wo give our customers when it is possible,
and when we can't, give them satisfactory work we make
no charge for our sorvicetf. Does that sound fair?
XiAXJIES' 1. 1ST
ing and I and
f .60 il.oo
.75 up 1.00 UU
.73 . 1.60
l.as a. 60
a. 00 a co
1,60 a. 60
Plain Waists . ,
Plain Skirts .1
Skirt and Drop
These prices are as low as first class work can be done.
You can take tho list and figure just what, it will cost to
clean or dye 'your' clothes before seeding them in. Every
body pays tMe sa!me price and all get a square deal.
Some garments, such as fanoy dresses, elaborate cos
tumes, etc,,' cannot be listed, as they, aro clmrged for ac
cording to the amount of work on each garment but you
will always find' our prices reasonable, and the work the
bqst to be had in Oiiaha. :
' ; Our autos foabn),all parts of the city, also Dundee ahd
South Omaha. Phone us.
"Good. Cleaners and Dyers."
1515-17 Jones Street. Phone Doug. 005.,
N. B 'Vo return charges on out-of-town business when the order
amounts to $3 or more. Send by Parcel Post or Express.
W. G. Colling Co, Inc.
rhE?ugia 3268 1903 Famam
arid more attractive than
THE SHOE FOR YOU
(Hir display of Wlk-0?rs ia import
ant to all to whom fashion is important.
Tliey appeal to those who understand
and appreciate Tootwsar Style and to
those who want to inform themselves in
in regard to the New Sftoe-
Walk-Overs feet the styles for
Let your 'next pair be Walk-Overs
Ft MEN Ft WOMEN
Walk-Over Boot Shop
week In New York at Hotel Martinique.
Mrs. Leltoy Hubbard of Chicago has
been the guest for the past week of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Bald. . .
Mr. Edwin M. Partridge has returned
to the University of Nebraska at, Lin
coln for his sophomore year. ,
Miss Mabel Allen leaves September 2
for Baldwin college, Bryn Mawf, Pa., a
preparatory school for Bryn Mawr college.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Fell have re-
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h T i.
(Dry or Steamt Clsanlng
dualling aadSyting and
Gloves . . .
xreostles . .
We are equipped for the prompt execu
tion of Interior- Decoratiye work in all
Original sketches to meet individual re-
quirements will, upon request, "be proi
duced by expert designers.)
Drapings, I?urniture, Upholstering, Inr,
terior "Woodwork, Cabinet taking, Wall j
Paper, Painting . v-; J;
250 Sample Hata no two alike; all smart
original models -r worth $10' aa
and $12.50; now on sale $vaUII
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