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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913.
Queen Consort in Her Royal RobesWhat the Women Wore
Royal Line of Ak-Sar-Ben
King . Quccii
E. M. Bnrtlett L .Meloria AVoolworth Fnirfield
Casper E. Yost. ...... .IT. .Mno Dundy Loo
Edwnrd P. Peck 111. .Gertrude Kountzo Stewart
R. S. Wilcox IV. .Grace Allen Clark
W. D. Mcllugh V.. Ethel Morse
F. A. Nash VI. .Mildred Loraax
H. J. Pcnfold VII. .Edith Smith Day
T. A. Fry VIII. .Ella Cotton Magee
Fred Metz IX. .Bessie Brady Davis
Charles H. Pickens X. .Ada Kirkcndall Wharton
Gurdon W. Wattles. . .XI. .Mary Lee McShane Hosford
Gould Dietz.." XII. .Margaret Wood Cranmcr
V. B. Caldwell XIII. .Nathalie Merriam Millard
Will L. Yetter XIV. .Brownie Bess Baum Rouso
Arthur C. Smith XV. .Jean Cudahy Wilhelm
E. Buckingham XVI. .Frances Nash
Joseph Barker. . . . ;.XVII. .Elizabeth Davis
Thomas C. Byrne. .tXVHI. .Elizabeth Pickens
Charles E. Black. .. .XIX. .Elizabeth Congdon
AK-SAR-BEN JIYEN CROWN
Magnificent Ceremony If arks Coro
nation of King and Queen.
CHARLES . BLACK IS THE KING
Elisabeth Condnon la Uneeu, Who
Mound Throne In King's Gnu tie
Amid Blase of Jewels nnd
Plnndlte of People.
(Continued from fain One.) -
making. Maidens from the ages of 14 to
IT they were, fresh as the dew, beautiful
us the rose. Thceit of all the realm
they were, and the most agile. For they
danced their merry way to the great
rosfrum. Even hero they did not atop,
but lltliely danced their way up the royal
italra and glided nimbly toward tin
Twelve special maids of the queen en
tered close behind the dancing princesses.
When they hod reached the center of
the hall, while, the princesses and duch
esses wero still dancing about the throne
f the king, the queen's litter appeared
In the doorway borne. by six Utter car
riers. Even as his majesty had been
taken to the rostrum, so was the queen
taken to tho name, spot IDs majesty
stepped forward from tho .throne to meet
her. Giving her his hand, he ted htr to
a seat beside him on the throne.
Fellcttatlona for King.
The band now 'clashed forth with brave
music. The knights and ladles arose and
marched away. Each of tho governors
escorted a lady to tin throne, where
they felicitated the new king. The band
burst Into a .march. The populace then
flocked about their new ruler crying,
'Hall to the Kins" and "Lone Live the
The orchestra took the muilo off the
bands of the band' and, In a few momenta
the great coronation ball was on. Five
hundred couples out of the remotest
prqvlnoes of the king's realm were there
to enjoy the coronation ball.
For this occasion the great castle was
decorated up to the pinnacle of Its pos
sibilities. Every pillar was awathed In
green, and running wild with Ivy and
climbing roses. Olaut chandeliers,
weighted down with palm, fern and wild
foliage, hung high above tho shining
floor. Oreat stringers of yellow and
green and red, the Ak-Sar-Den colors,
everywhere ran from center of castle to
the great walls.' Festoons of follago
awung low around the giant corridor.
Hundreds of electrlo bulbs flashed sharp
darts of Mght, each peeping from tho
passionate lieart of a red rose.
GOWNS AT AlC-5AH-B13nf BALL
ttMunfat Coatumea Worn by the
Loyal Subjects of h Klcg.
Miss Dora Alexandor Oown o( black
brocade ruatamsse with bodice of
Venlse lace over white chiffon, Jet trim
mings; bird of paradise In hair; Amerl
ran Beauty rosea.
Mlaa Ituth Arnsteln Crepe gown with
Marie Antoinette design tunic and waist
of flesh .colored net embroidered In
crystals and nearls.
Mrs. Wilson Austin-White satin with
uenaen ooaice.ana inmmea tunic, danc
Mrs. Frank Bacdn-Cannry brocade
satin, with bodice of pearl ornaments und
Mrs. Howard If. Baldrlge-Stunnlng
evening gown of blue and silver bro
cade, draped in the new tunla .fort.
IKi PulllU.ll iciDenitnii Iiiln riio
of chiffon and brocade richly embroidered
Mrs. John N. Baldwin-Dainty even
ing itown of French Pombadour silk In
Mlaa Carolyn Barkalnw-Emerald green
." wn,L tun0 "n colored chiffon
Mn. Joseph Barker-Write evening
gown of charmeuse. made dancing length
with tunlo hand vmbroldered In crystals!
buda?V" edKtd wlth tYencn ""
Ars. Milton Barlow-Petunia velvet
.PL."'1.. nittde ..wl,,h Pointed train.
"b0&,c"...? 'V tnbroldred in sliver.
Mrs. Da1d A. Baum-Klng's blue bro.
llfc araceiu ly draped, the brocade and
chiffon forming the bodice and sleeves.
airs. A. J. Beaton White embroidered
SE7fiUi ,aU?.. W1,h ehlffon and real
hanuily lace. Diamonds.
Mrs. Charles Beaton A beautiful gown
SLi.un,mrot changeant" brocade draped
with gold metal lace, forming part of
tunic; also corsage of gold metal lace
with ornament of black tulle and rhlne
tJ&TH: A. Beeson-Violet aatln with
bodice of shadow lace and crystal trim
mings. Miss Katherlne Beeson-Green satin
dP,,lttr" made with fish tall train.
S'i"?!. and crystal trimmings
formed, the bodice.
Miss Evelyn Bergman Gown of gold
brocade on green French cloth In a but-
ralni ' odlc ot 0,d Uce en
J,M Henr, Bergman-Dainty green
",VrJ,'.5e?rdrp, 'P. Pnk chiffon
Mrs. Bol Bergman-Handsome emerald
coral shade of meteor, en trains. Dia
monds. .i1 Chrlee Black-Imported French
silk marquisette, embroidered In old blue
dPery. 'mbro,dered dttp bayadere ih
taS",ri?,r'i."Uo.k.w t Muscatine.
WMiipiw?1.. SI'tha Blackwell
""iant? iton. of sheer
Mrs. Bert u6othI.no;: rn"
iv ti , . 7c' ancing length.
Wi'lfflSSifK bod,M M l with
Mr v J, Hr4 iwry-Whlte shadow
r.o "rd W"h k,nr" W
0 i.'. ' Bradford-Eiaborate eve
J. "L!.ep ro,e chiffon velvet
wi i iU nt; !llr etui tunlo of wht
uhtl1 the hem
4 io-oe,.Vitn usrt pointed train, a
coreage bouquet of pink French roso
buds wbh effective.
Miss Ella Mae Brown Black and white
evening gown. The black charmeuse
formed the draped skirt with pointed
train and white lace nnd chiffon, the
bodice and tunic
Miss Elizabeth Bruce Dainty evening
gown of lavender oharmcuse draped with
fUli tall train and slashed skirt, the bodice
of shadow lace and lavender chiffon.
Mrs. J. T. Buchanan Lemon pink
charmeuse with gold net bodice and an
Imported net tunic, en tralne.
Mrs. C. .Buckingham Handsome even
ing gown of black chantllly lace over
white satin en tralne,
Mrs. J. B. Buckingham of Portland,
Ore. White charmeuse with bodice of
white chantllly luce and skirt draped
with Ince, en tralne.
Mrs. Ward Burgees Wore one of the
elaborate costumes, a black and whits,
evening gown of Imported cliltlon elab
orately embroidered over the entire cos
tume with, red geraniums edged with sli
ver. Mrs. If. K. nurkett-Navv blue char-
mcuse, trimmed wltlrjct, draped en tralne:
Airs. 11. u. iiuacn Black lace over white
messatno en tralne.
Mrs. W. T. Burns White satin evenln
I ii i:
gown with part or skirt and train drap
wun diuck satin, .mo noaioo was or
blaok and whlto net embroidered In beads
and trimmed with white filmy lace;
Miss Esther Byrne Pink ctmrmeuso
draped with bluo chiffon and ecru lace.
Mrs. Joseph K. Byrho Pale pink satin
charmeuse with overdrape of geranium
Mrs. T. C. Byrne Black charmeuse
with a bodice of gold lace draped.
Miss Myrtle Byron of Gothenburg, Neb.
Dainty tace and net over pink silk.
Mrs. W. P. Byron Of Gothenburg, Neb.
Black silk richly trimmed with velvet
and black and white silk band trimming.
Miss Barker of Chicago, guest of Miss
Elizabeth Congdon Pink brocaded' vel
vet ovenlng gown, draped with pointed
train. Shadow lace and pink chirron on
Mrs. B. s. Baker White satin gown.
en tralne. with tunla of turnuols chiffon
and American beauty eoler girdle, lace
trimmings, diampnas, paradise spray ior
Miss Dorothy nigeiow uiacn cnar-
meuae dress wtth a real ace over-dress
and Jet trimming. A bird of, paradise
and a Jet ornament adorned her hair arid
she carried a nuge arm oququei . or.
American beauty roses.
Miss Ituth Cadwell of SL Louis, guest
jf Miss Mae Enaler Sea foam green
chltfon pleating .with tunic of chltfon
trimmed with black fox fur.
Mrs. E. W, Culiow Lavender prepe
de chene. with tunlo of deeuer shade ol
brocaded chltfon and yoke of point lace.
Mrs. John Camnbell Evening gown oi
mandarin brocade crepe, apricot shade,
elaborately trimmed witn carricxmacroa
laoo. rhlneatonea nnd satin roses ol
deeper hue; girdle of blue panne velvet;
dim of paradise in nair.
Mrs. Archie w. uarponier 1'inK cmrron
draped over whlto charmeuse, with
shadow laco and rhlnestonea.
Mrs. M. w. cavanauRh Black char
meuse with lace and elaborately draped.
Mrs. C. J. Claassen Klna's blue chiffon
elaborately draped white charmeuse with
bodice of beads.
Mrs. it. T. Clark. Jr.. of Lincoln, auest
gul of Mrs. E. K. Muffltt-Whlte voile
u'llH hltisk Iham tt 1 1 A ra r A
" v HSHW iwu wuu V V vs I'VMt
Mrs. Liouia carKe Dainty evening
gown of corn flower blue with beaded
tunlo and broad sash of velvet. Bayadere
style, finished with a bow knot at one
Mlss Beatrice Coad Wisteria satin
charmeuse chiffon and crystal trimmings,
Miss Ircno Coad Flame colored chif
fon over white satin trimmed In fur and
crystals, dancing length.
Mrs. J. Frank Coad Pale blue char
meuse draped with looped skirt bordered
with amber colored lace, amber net and
lace termed the bodice.
Mrs. J. C Colt Geranium pink crepe
with shadow lace and gold saute, draned.
Mrs. R. W. Connell Attractive.' evening
gown of while charmeuse entirely cov
ered with beaded chiffon, which shaded
from whlto to deep rose on bodice and
skirt en train.
Mrs. Ww J, Cornell White lace over
cninon witn Diue nnd gold crystals and
imaice or lace ana cnirton.
Mrs. James Corr Charmeuse satin,
toupe shade with beaded tunlo and Amer
Iran bsauty trimmings.
Mrs. Hen Cotton Pink charmeuse
druned wtth tunic and bodice of crvatat.
Mrs. Bobert Cowell White moire draped
wun uaoy insn dooica.
Mrs. Edward Crelshton IMnk aatln
draped with tho looped skirt and bodice
or ihadow ince. and tunk chiffon.
airs. John u. cowin Lavender silk
crepu with bodice of luce und touches of
Miss Helen Cudahy of Chlcaxo Paul
Pol ret model of pale green rharmeuse
wun crapea loop, sain and tunle and
bodice of pale green chltfon embroidered
Mrs. Harry Cummlngs White char
meuse with tunic nnd bodice draped wtth
real lace arm embroidered In brilliants.
Miss Lora B. Cunnlnsham of Qlenwnnd
la. -Apricot charmeuse satlir gown with
Mrs. Hush Cutler Peach-Fnlnriut rnn.
de chene with bodice of shadow lace and
girdle of turauolae blue.
Mrs. Isaac Congdon Lavender chiffon
draneu over chanreahla hln r)iorm.i.
The bodice and over dress trimmed with
crystal beads and shadow lace.
Miss Lynn Curtis Htunnlng evening
gown of black satin charmeuse gracefully
iratwl wltK sIsRhed skirt and train. A
conventional ieign of rhlneatonea
lormeu ine only trimming.
Mrs. James C. Dahlman Alice blu
crttte de chute with tunlo of hand-em-
uroiaerea crepe ae cnene and vest of soft
' wnue tace.
Mrs. John F. Dale Black crepe de
neisur auu cnuion inmmea with chan
tllly lace. .
Miss Martha Dale Danclnr mlrn n
yellow charmeuse. draped with bodice of
shadow luce and yellow chiffon; corsage
u viuicia ana orcnaras.
Miss Elizabeth Davis American beauty
o wun wun a rape a sKlrt slashed
In front and fishtail train.. Itose chltfon
iiu uiauuw iuce lormea ine bodice.
" ' favis iianasome evenln
55!'-A' htd chlf-
Davles Beaded dress
V.UU foundation nf hnnii rrm ... r...i
with gold lace; bird of paradise as hair
Mrs. Thomas ltham n i PlnL tiav
caded satin wlthover dreas of shadow
-mi uuuon wun crystal trimmings
Fnh corsscs bouquet.
Mrs. J DeForrett lUchardsBlack
nu icc wre tugea with jet and the
charmeuse with a bodice of white
chiffon and beads, draned.
Miss Ann Dentils Pink charmeuse with
Japanese hand-wrought lace and wreaths
oi -cnuion rosenuus.
Miss Bertha Dickey-White charmeuse
satin with duchess lace on bodice and
arapeu in skirt.
Mrs. J. J. Dickey Handsome black
velvet evening gown with bodice of blaok
and white shadow lace and black fur
around sleeves and bodice.
Mrs. floulil niolz Krnnlolta ovanlntr
gown or American beauty chltron vel
vet draped In graceful folds with small
pointed train. American beauty, chiffon
edged With black chlffnn fnrma fha hnrtir.
nnd short alecvea.
Mrs. W. II. Dorrajie Pink ehnrmailift
ii 1 1 vj.i. . . . .
iiin. uniiion hiq snaaow lacu
trimmed with pearls, cn tralne.
Miss Halnn TtnatmanVhlt li,. A
pink chiffon girdle with pink rose. .
wrs. u. -i, Mmn-L,lght green chif
fon Velvet With White hdnw lir.
Mrs. O. II. TQdwarHa OrrhM v!vt
brocaded with silver with bridle of all.
ver metal lace shadowed In orchid tints.
miss L.iuian Biran of Qulncv. ill..
guest of Mrs. H. 8. Black-Pink embroid
ered vonn over pink charmeuse, dnncine
Miss Mao Engler Yellow brocaded ehlf.
fon draped, en tralne, with pearl and
Mrs. If. H. Flh8tunnlng ball gown
of emerald green velvet with the new
looped skirt. Tho bodico was of tulle and
Mrs. John W. Fisher Heliotrope crepe
de chene, with shadow lace, entraine.
Miss rtuth Fisher Pink crepe de
chene with shadow lace and pearl trim
mints, round length.
Mies Edna Foster of Cincinnati, O.,
guest of Mrs. B, W. Connell-Whlto
chltfon over white charmeuse with lace
and pearl trimmings.
jMrs. Jay D. Foster nose brocaded vel
vet draped with shadow lace and bodice
of the lace and rose chiffon.
'V.r' 3.-. A- Freeland Yellow brocaded
sat n with gold lace bodice, draped, en
Miss Amy Gllmore-Whlte satin with
flounces of chantllly lace caught with
copper colored velvet and a beaded bodico
and an embroidered -chiffon tunic,
Mrs. Robert Gllmore-lllack brocaded
velvet with tunlo of white marquise lace;
bodice and front 6f skirt embroidered in
Mrs. Howard Ooodrlch-Royal blue bro
caded silk velvet with bodice of gold lace
U? Main?.r rin"nln-s. Corsage bouquet
or Mrs. Word a roses.
Miss Margaret Greer Baum-Dalnty
r ounces of shadow lace and wide
Sds0 ,a,h 0t Cre,, Wl,h
reaV'lnra "d"-WnUe "Srte With
real lace and draped, en tralne.
hf."-"1 "adra-ltobln's egg blue
rr,cdti d.rupt'a w," violet colorVd chlf
f0Mr,n FrcdttndfifflHrmlngl",,' '1 '"
chiffon W e8iec,n.ttcdba,7.BlaC,C brl"ded
ciuiS' JX?ert "mlltonGoId bro
Sulde $h!,JvtrSeJl-t0 charmeuw
fur Thi f..-,un, od,i?d wlu b'ck fox:
short1.hi?efves.,lUO UU'"ed lh bod, and
.Miss Olive Hammond-Old rose cnar-
ff.".,JCno.r.Jea "afiilng-Brooaded peach-
Sr'Md'ucS. tr'mmed a,1d droped ' "'h
Miss Carnltn ir..iu
Mrs. George Ifnvrr.lt. t,nrv.i.. , .
."'! r nVui. Sff w.h.
"'x,"','""" ' "d theToVe!
trimmings. " "nu BO,a
Mrs. Fred If. tii-m. r.,
of Mrs A V h-Im.i.. T?, "'caao, gucst
Mrs. B. E. l oa.mna.i: '
oharmeua with' net tuAin T". "
fori an n;roinerel ChlN
coeY.f.0'3,.. ..A' laming? with
of patVdlae in hale. " KiWe; blrd
A, "o0wbn"o, wWUssteMsss
Jet Vmnm? Jl"?k y Tmc7 "fid
Jet fjlmmlngj the-angel sleeves of tulle
bodice was outlined with ermine fur.
Corsage of French rosebuds and white
bird of paradise In the hair.
Mrs. Dawson of Lynnwood, Neb., guest
o Mrs. Victor White Lavender crepe
wtth gold trimmings drapod en tralne.
Mrs. Carl F. Hartmann of Fort Omaha
lUiiuaonitj black velvet evening gown
w th double tunic of white chiffon edged
with bands of Jet. The skirt waa. draped
ahd alaahed. The girdle was of Jet and
black velvet with large French white
Gardenia. Pearl necklace and brooch
and ostrich feather fan.
of black crepe de chene. wtth gold lace
and coral trimmings.
J,i,.,en '?aU ""'"-Yellow chiffon
over white satin, en traine.
J farfi. tsracve
d?.W,tf0:St.f,ule brOCJed "U"
airs, ranx w. Judson Imported whits
tV!?,? over, Jn?.rw charmeuse,
he ctrdle and hmilra i.u.j i.i.
...."IMVU Willi cm-
Miss to-eplilne lohnson-Pink chsr
meuse with over dress drape of chan
tluv lace, rhinestone trimmings, corsage
bi'"iet o' ut" ..r 'a
of the valley. Bird of Paradlee. hair
M m Helen Keatlng-Whlte charmause
with a drape or Imported ahadow ince
and bands of pink and white French
Mrs. Arthur Kecllne t'hlc and dainty
Queen in Royal Robes
evening gown of pink taffeta with pleat
tngs of pink and brown tulle made with
wired tunlo effect. Brown velvet formed
the girdle and sash on which was a cor
sage bququet of French beaded rose buds.
Mrs. Ida M. Kelly Gown ot French
mahogany Imported brocaded meteor
matalasse with bodice ot brocaded chif
fon over dewdrop chltfon; trimming of
point lace and rhlnestones; corsage bou
quet of sweet peaa.
Mrs. A. V. Klnsler Iridescent rose
and gold cloth draped with fish tall train.
The bodice and girdle ot gold lace and
Mrs. K. E. Klpllnger Gobelin blue bro
caded poplin with bodice ot gold Jace
over white shadow lace, en tralne.
Mrs. Charles Kountze Imported model
of pale yellow charmeuse with flounces
ot gold lace and bodice of the lace and
the new blue velvet und fox fur, with
rhinestone ahoulder claspa and a large
red rose at the belt.
Mra. O. D. Klpllnger Pink charmeuse
with net tunic, embroidered Oliver beada.
Mist Emma Kreymborg Pink hand
broldered tunic over turquoise char
meuse. American Beauty roses.
Mrs. Mary E. LaRooca-Gown of
Copenhagen b.ue brocaded charmeuse
with trimmings of Venice lace and rhlne
atona; corsage bouquet of pink roses.
Mrs. Prentiss Lord-White satin em
broldered with pearls and draped with
Mrs. J. P. Lord Princess lace, draped
with white chiffon and rhinestone trlm
m'ngs. M rs. Oscsr Llebcn-Pale pink char
meuse, draped with overdress of white
lace and rose colored pink chiffon with
Mrs. A. J. Love American .Beauty
charmeuse with bodice of white shadow
lace, en tralne.
Mlsa Frieda Lowenberg of St Joseph,
Mo., guest ot Mlfs Erna Had m-An In
ported Irish crochet robe with amber
cloroded chltfon overdrape.
Miss Katherlne Line burg-Vale pink
silk crepe de chene with cream shadow
lace and rosebud chiffon trimmings.
Mrs . E. Maloney Dove gray cham
meuae with tunic ot shadow Uce; drapery
cajfght with rhlnestones and peart buckle.
Mrs, R. H. Manley Yellow crepe de
chene with chantllly lace and crystal
Mrs. La Monte Manor of Chicago,
guest of Mra. George E. Mlckel Pale
pink embroidered net over white aatin.
Mrs, A. B. McConnell Brocaded
yellow crepe meteor wMh lace tunic
draped and studded with pearla.
Miss Gretchen McConnell-WWte crepe
meteor draped with Bohemian (ace and
Mrs. P. T. McGrath-Coral charmeuse
with a tunic of white chiffon with silver
Mrs. C. F. McGrew-Rainbow silk
with bodice and tunic of band-run ahadow
lace wtth pearl decorations and stiver
laie edging the skirt
Mrs. R. v. McGrew of Naponee.
Neb., guest of Mrs. C. F. McGrew
W hlte satin with bodice of real chantllly
Mrs. W, Morris McKay Qold colored
aatln with' Venetian lace vestee and
aleeves and a tunic edged with beads,
Mrs. F. J. McShane Gray brocaded
crepe with real lace, en tralne.
Mrs. John A. McShane Blue char
meuse with tunic of yellow Imported
lace and lace bodice and a large pink
French rose at the girdle.
Mies Margaret Mc8hane Bvgonla pink
French crepe with Limerick lace and
pearl trimming; corsage of marguerites.
Mrs. T. J. McShane Lavender shade
of Dresden silk with bodice of chiffon,
Mrs. E. J. McVann Black brooaded
charmeuse with bodice of beaded net and
Mrs. C. J. Merriam Deep pnk crepe
meteor with point laco.
Mrs. Charles Metz-Cloth of gold with
top drapery and corsage of gold metal
lace, and long black tulle fash with gold
and rhinestone tassels. A black butter
fly formed the corsage ornament and a
Jeweled butterfly was worn In the hair
Mrs. Charles Metz Blue and gold bro
caded with bodice of chiffon, hand em
broidered in gold, the chiffon forming a
drape on the skirt, finished with tassels
of the same shade.
Mrs. Fred Metz Lavender and gold bro
caded satin with gold lace.
Miss Gertrude Mctz -White embroidered
crepe with bayadere saah of blue and
Miss Harriet Metz-Pink satin with
over drano of white lace and garlands
of French flowers woven In It.
Mrs, George K. Mlckel-Orchld char
meuse draped with reseda green chiffon.
Mrs. John S. Meyer American' Beauty
crepe meteor with bodico of Bohemian
Mrs. Ronvs Ml'ler Blue velvet bro
cade chiffon with pointed train and
Bulgarian trimmings of cut steel and
chenile and gold thread lace.
Mrs. Nancy J. Moore rink charmeuse
with chiffon overdress trimmed with
shadow lace and pearl; touches of blue
velvet were on the bodice.
Miss Josephine Murphy Lavender char
meuse with draped skirt and crystal trim
mings on bodice.
Mrs. M. R. Murphy Black charmeuse
with Jet trimmings, drapod en tralno.
Mrs. K. B. Muffltt White crepe de
chene with real lace and coral trimmings.
, Mj!" Barton Millard Emerald green
chV.fon draped over white charmeuse
draped and made with pointed .train.
Mrs. Louis Nash Yellow brocaded satin
draped with Pointed train nnd whlta
shadow lace bodice.
Mrs. Leonora Diets Nelson Imported
pink tissue over pale pink satin with
tunic of crystal trimmings.
Mrs. E. W Nash whltejreptde meteor
evening gown made wlthraln and trim
med with point Ince. Ametst necklace.
Miss Frances' Nash Shn flow lana Im
ported Paul Polret -model of soft char-
rneuse wun Dooice and ballet tunic of
lace, the tulle and la.ee fnrmlnir ih.
bodice and short sleeves; the girdle was
silver embroidery. This was one of the
daintiest costumes at the ball, and pea
epek blue slippers and stockings com
pleteted the costume. ,
Mrs. .Frederick a Nash-White satin
Charmeuse with draped skirt and pointed
train, the tunic and bodice of white chif
fon, embroidered In pearls.
Mrn D. J. O'Brlen-BJack chantllly
Uce over white satin with a touch of
old rose, draped and en tralne.
Mrs. Edward O'Brien White char
meuse with emerald green' chltfon over
drape, Mrs. Herbert Owen of Missouri. Valley,
guest of Mrs. T. W. McCulIough-Old
rose ball gown with gold shadow lace,
Mrs. W. T. Page Imported green vel
vet With Cold .1A.PA lllntn .n t,nU.
Double pointed fish tall, en tralne.
Mrs. Ronald Paterson White char
meuse ball gown with tunic of fllel
lace embroidered In Jet; the pointed train
was draped .with turquoise chiffon which
also shimmered through the filet' tunlo.
Mrs. J. L. Paxton Blaok chiffon over
white aatln with tunic edged with beads
and cloth of gold around bottom of
Mrs. Annie Peyoke, guest of Mrs.
Charles Metz Black lace draped over
Mrs. E. P. Peck White' Georgette
crepe, gracefully draped and made sim
ply with tulle pleating.
Mrs. .Charles H. plcnens Black ohan
tllly lace draped' over black charmeuse.
Mrs. H. W, Pleroont White satin
.with duchess lace and brilliants em
broidered on bodice.
iMlis Anna Purdy Blue messallnft with
overdress of striped grenadine, trimmed
in pink rosea.
' MIbs Elizabeth Pickens Apricot char
meuse draped a tunic .of shadow lace
edged with brown fur; was very effec
tive. . R.
Mrs. Isaao Miller Raymond, Jr. Pink
satin draped with white net and lace and
caught with pink roses.
P. Redmond Pink brocaded
hflilnv lac riranari.
velvaf with ah&daw lace, draped.
. Mrs. Samuel Rees, Jr. White brocaded'
satin witn real lace oooice. orapeq.
Mrs. O. C. Redlck Orchid shades of
liberty satin with a one-sided tunic ot
chiffon -over flesh colored satin embroid
ered In orchid shades; coraage bouquet
Mrs. H. Rehfleld Black charmeuse over
blaok satin., trimmed In. lace and JeL
.Mlas Lena Rehfeld Robe of Chantllly
lace over black 'messaline; skirt draped
ejid bailee havuig crystal trimmings
and Jet ornaments; American Beauty
Miss .Virginia Reynolds Shell pink
charmeuse gown draped in embroidered
Mrs. Charles M. Richards White
shadow lace evening gown.
Mrs. Forest Richardson Light blue
chiffon over blue charmeuse, en tralne,
Mrs. James T. Roach of Chicago, guest
of Mrs. P, T. Mcqratb-Plnk crepe de
Photo by the Bee Staff Photographer.
chene with rennalsance lace, draped and
Mrs. Theodore RJngwaJt Black laco
and chiffon over white charmeuse.
Mlsa Mary Rlngwalt Pink crepe tunlo
over pale , blue crepo meteor' with bodice
o( crystal trimmings.
Mlts Mildred Rogers Pink brocaded
crepe with go'd lace bodice and sleeves.
Mrs. Frederick Lake White charmeuse
draped with bodice and tunic of crystal
net and white chiffon
Mrs. Robert W. Kosenzwelg Robin's egg
blue charmeuse with bodice of ahadow
lace en trane.
Mra. Viator Rose water Rosa crepe
meteor with king's blue chlrfon bodice
and draped skirt with pointed train.
Mlaa Ella Reynolds Black satin gown
with trimmings of Jet and lace. American
Mlsa Lucille Sohranbstadter of St
Louis, gues.t of Mrs. W. T. Robinson
Flesh colored charmeuse draped with
silf-toned chiffon arlth American Beauty
slippers and flowers.
Mrs, D. V. Choles White crepe de
chene with, bodice of chantllly Uce and
tunic of the lac.
Mlat Violet Shoresphkcn Pale blue
chltfon with bd-- lace bodice draped
with self-tone cbtffon.
Mrs. taur t,i,, -Light blue satin
trimmed with blue chltfon and elab
Mra. C. Y. Bmlth Exquisite evening
gown of American Beauty rose chiffon
shading to shell pink and sUyer. The
lower part ot the draped skirt and fish-
at the Ball
. II ir.ln wars nf the drener America
beaut v shadet and over this was a tunic
of flesh colored tulle with a wired tunlo
of silver lace. The shell pink chiffon and
silver lace formed the bodice.
Mrs. N. G. Spain-Gown of white satin
draped wtth black Spanish lace. Red
"Mrs. Ella J. Pqulres Silver lace with
over dress of nell rose and orchid col
ored chiffon shaded, en tralne.
Mrs. Myles Standlsh Pink charmeuse
with over dress of lace.
Miss Olga Storz Pink satin spider web
lace draped In the back, beaded and pearl
trimming, en traine.
Mlsa Laura Schwartz
Lavender charmeuse with
pink chiffon rosebud trlmml
bouauet orchldH. Bird of Pfl
Mrs. Merle O. Sharp Kyenlng gown of
cream shadow lace over pink satin.
Mrs. Adolph Storz Lavender brocaded
velvet trimmed with chiffon en trtflne.
Mts. Edwin f. bnbe Black charmense
with crystal trimming, entraine.
Mrs. Fred W. Thomas Yellow satin
charmeuse draped with tunic of cream
Imported lace. .
Miss Catherine Thummel Pink bro
caded chiffon with gold shadow lace,
dancing length. , ,
Mrs. John W. ToWle Pink brocaded
velvet with beaded bodice and rhlne
stones. Mrs. E. C. Twamley Brocaded canary
yellow satin with chantllly lace, en
Mrs. N. B. Updike King's blue velvet
with gold laoe and chiffon, and a bodice
edged with fur, draped, en tralne.
Mrs. H. A. Waggener Black and whlti
gown of black charmeuse, appllqued on
white satin, en tralne, with overdress of
silk point Bohme lace and trimmings of
Mrs. Eva Wallace Pink charmeuse
with shadow lace and rhlnestones, draped
and en tralne.
Mrs. Gurdon W. Wattles Handsome
evening gown of white chiffon embroid
ered In gold and trimmed with chantllly
lace and wide bands of gold lace. Opal
necklace with brooch and hair ornaments
also set In opals.
Mrs. Georgo F. West Lavender bro
caded velvet with Queen Ann collar of
lace, en tralne,
' Mrs. Glenn C. Wharton Stunning even
ing gown with foundation of peacock
charmeuse which formed the pointed
train. A dainty tunic of filmy lace and
tullo hand-embroidered In pink and blue.
Miss Belva Wild, De Soto, Neb., guest
of Mrs. H. B. Whltehouse Heliotrope
chiffon over whlto messaline, gold lace
Mrs. Victor White Black charmeuse
with black chantllly lace, en tralne.
Mrs. II. B. Whltehouse Gray chiffon
over self-tone charmeuse.
Miss Eugenie Whltmore Imported yel
low satin with gold lace sleeves and trim
mings of gold lace.
Mrs. C. M. Wilhelm Turquoise velvet
evening gown with tunlo and bodice of
dainty shadow lace.
Miss Claire Helens Woodard Petunia
shaded charmeuse draped with a black
net tunic beaded in conventional design.
Miss Marie Woodard Yellow charmeuse
draped with chiffon and real lace, made
Mrs. Henry F. Wyman Evening gown
of emcraldcharmeuse draped with black
chantllly and embroidered in Jot.
Mrs. Maud A. Wallace of Peoria -Pink
crepe meteor with trimmings of pearls
Mrs. Olive Latta, Watson of Lincoln,
guest of Mrs. Gould DIetZr-Beautlful Im
ported mode.1 by Doucet of Paris of apri
cot brocaded velvet with cream satin
foundation. There was a broad girdle
of black and white mallrie which fell In
two points over the skirt and was fin
ished with black and white tassels. The
bodice was of filmy luce embroidered In
Mrs. Raymond 'C. Young Gown of im
ported crepo de meteor combined with
Must Promise Not to
Marry for Two Years
Miss Lily Strong, general secretary of
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion. Is determined that all young women
secretaries who enter the service of the
association shall do so under the stipu
lation that they will remain In its em
ploy for at least one year. The constant
changing necessary as a result from
young women getting married has
bothered Miss Strong, who finds it rather
hard to train new secretaries to the re
quirements of the association. She is
consequently requesting new secretaries
j to promise faithfully that they will stay
"T. t,t .... j t , .
with the Job at least one year and foregov
every opporxutuiy or marriage In tho
to Death in Store
ABERDEEN, S. D Oct J. (Special
Teegrum.) Lambert Tlntholt .aged .,.
a hardware merchant, was burned to
death in a fire which destroyed the opera
house building at Herretd, S. D. Th
building was a two-story structure with
the Tlnholt hardware store and a general
store, owned by his brother, on tho
ground floor. Tlnholt, In fighting the
blaze, was entrapped in th second story
and burned to death. The toUl loss waa
J29,O0O, partially Insured.
MOVE TO AMALGAMATE
THE TEMPERANCE FORCES
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. -Amalgamation
of all ths temperance forces of the
country Into one organization, an educa
tional campaign and a campaign for edu
cational prohibition are the chief alms
set forth in the formal call issued today
by the council of 100 for the meeting of
the temperance forces in national ocn
ventlon In Columbus on November It.
Among those who sign the call as
members of the council, of 100 are United
States Senator Morris Sheppard, Texas;
Oovemor Lee Cruce, Oklahoma; former
Governor E. W. Hoch of Kansas; Judge
Ben B. Llndsey, Denver; Congressmen
Edwin Y. Webb and Richmond P. Hob
son. IOWA GERMAN-AMERICANS
HERE FOR BIG CELEBRATION
Fred Tlesen. ex-raayof of Avoca, la.,
was an interested visitor at police court
proceedings. Mr. Tiesen, in company
with 100 German-American citizens of his
city, Journeyed to Omaha to take part
in the German festivities. N. J. Towsley
of Corley, la,, general agent of the Rock
Island, was also present In police court
and accompanied fifty German-American
visitors from his town Thursday. Both
men were the guests of Henry Rohlft
while In Omaha.
FELIX DIAZ STARTS ON
,HIS RETURN TO MEXICO
NEW YORK. Oct i-According to a
special dUpatch from Havre, General
Felix Diaz embarked there on the Ger
man liner Corcovovado yesterday for
Vera Cru. It Is reported that former
President Porforlo Diaz has rented a,
villa at BUitIU for the winter. Indicat
ing his intention to remain In France,
of Lincoln ,
overdrape of i
ngs. Cbrsaga J
iradlse. 1 J
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