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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEN: FEBRUARY 1, 1014.
MANY OMAHA GIRLS TO WED
Five Select Practically the Same
Time to Tell Their Friends.
GLEE CLUB CONCERT ATTRACTS
Hitnr Soclnl Events Planned In Con-j
nrctlon with the Annnnl Krcnt
of CrHdhton Muslcnl Or
ganisation. Soclnl Cnlendrtr.
MONDAY Robertson-Skinner wedding at I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. raw BKinner
nr. Fllnff'jt fifth lecture nt the Central
High school on "Cavour olid Unity of
TUESDAY 51 r. und Mr. C. W. Hamll-
ton. dinner for Right Rev. M, F. lunko
or St. Joseph, mo.; Mr. una Mrs. u. u.
Thompson, luncheon for Alme. Luolle
Stevenson: Mrs. William Davis, hostess
ot Tuesday Brldto club; Mrs. Douis
Knsh. hnstpsa of Tuoadnv Atnrnlns Mil
seal; Tuesday Bridge luncheon club
mnets at the home ot Mrs. Iloyd Wil
son; Aire. II. V. Burkley, luncheon for
Mrs. Garner and Miss Buike of Ht. Jo-
rnh M Mrs. Miles Standlsh. tea for
Atlss Thurmond, RUest Of Miss Margaret I
Bruce, fire insurance men a dinner to
wives and uaugmers ai iiom i-oyui;
HnnalhR rlnnco nt Chnmbers academy:
f'ftrtl Dancing club at Dundee hall; L
-llcKolo clUD, dance at Turpin s ocau-
VKOME3DAY-Crelnhton Glee club con
tort, reception to Mme. Von Uiischuld
In tho parlors of the, art collese; Tdrs.
f C Allison, luncheon for Miss Burko
and Mrs. Garner or fit. Joseph, mo; Mrs.
Herman Kountzc. luncheon. Mrs. John
Ij. McCasue. ir . Informs! tea for MIsh
Hayacn or Washington, v. i
TlirnfiI)AY An at home bv Mrs. M. A.
"Nnirlft for Mrs. K1. Lange: 1'atrlclan
flanco at tho Alctrono.lltanl last nicotine
or Tango ciud at mo noma 01 xnr, ami
Mm r A. Nash: the ColleKlan dub will
receive In Harte hall. Dundee; Vesta
chapter No. S of Eastern Star, dance ot
PntDAY Dinner dance at Omaha club;
tho Angelas Social club dance; First
Presbyterian church chicken pie dinner
ai noon in cnuren panun.
SATURDAY Mr. and Airs. Tliomaa J,
ifdlv.n "i o'clock" at fha Yountt Wom
en's Christian association, A lecture
"Five of Omaha's fairest and most oc-
compllshed daughters choso practically I
tho tamo time to announco their enffago.
tnents. That' of Miss Alarjo Hampton
and Mr Harry 8. Disbrow was announced
Monday, and that of Miss Marlon Parsons
and Mr, Dexter Corson yesterday. Today
tho following Interesting annbunccmenU
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dennis announce,
tho engagement of their daughter, Miss
Ann Kliabeth, to Mr. Robert Dona'd
Necly. Both younir peoplo ore very popu.
lar members of (he Nebraska university
set, 51 it b Dennis being a member of tho
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and pos
sessed of considerable artistic ability, and
Mr. Necly Is H member of the Phi Delta
Thcta fraternity. Mr. Neely Is also a
graduate of tho law department of North
wtstcm university. Tho wedding w)i
take place In tho spring.
Mr and Mrs. MorlU Meyer announco
the engagement of their daughter, Minna,
to- Mr. Felix Bchroeter of Uerlln, Oer
many. For several months Miss Meyer
has been tho leading soprano In tho opera
company at Memel, Germany, and has
been abroad for the last tbreo years. Sho
Will roturn to Omaha In tho spring to
visit her parents and probably will bo
married In tho early summer,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmidt announco
tho engagement of their daughter, Mario
Grace, to Mr. Charles Sanford Hoffert of
Hi. Joseph, AIo.,-,orraefty of this, city.
tiacred Heart acafemy pMha class ot
a D. Strilth .whoiesa,lB 'Ante ,tlrm of St.
Joseph. 'The wedijnsr wi'llHco place In
XnterUiK at Xwiicale.
The St. Helena Guild girls of Trinity
cathedral wll glva a musical Tuesday
evening, February J. In the parlora of
Jacobs Hall. Tho proceeds or tno enter
missions. Tho patronesses of tho cvenlngJ
are to be Mesdames Byron Heed, F. D.
Barkalow. JranH U ltowaid. P httlp Pot-
tcr. O. C. George. Charlca Keller. A do-
llghtful Prosram In two parts i has teen
planned. Mr. Ben Stanley, Miss Elolso
West, Miss Adeline Jones, Mrs. Georgo
F. Johnston and Mr, II. II. Thomas will or wUn her llno drWT)aUo BOprano wloe
be the accompanists. The program fop , ..a00dbyo" (Tostl), "Her Roso" ((Whit
the evening t:onsIt of the followln My coomb'' and "A Bummer NlRht"
numbers; Solo, Miss Oortrudo Miller, (Qortng Thomas). Miss Beats was a
"Yesterday and Todayl" mandolin iuar- pupt, Mrg( jijy yeAr,
tet, Messrs. Homer Lawson, Olen Pax- Tho neKt .,4 o'clock" will bo In the
ton. Lawrence Harrington, Smith tenor nftture of a lecture-rocltal on "Two
solo, Mr. Vlckcry; plano.apjo. Miss Grace iambus Son Writers, Schumann and
Blahaugh; soprano solo, Miss 'Adeline Schubert." at tho Young "Women's Chris
Jones. "Carmena;" mandolin solo, Miss jjan nssoclatlon, Saturday afternoon,
Frances Potter. "Impromptu," by Abt; February 7, when Mr. Kelly will gtvo tho
bass solo, Mr. Swanson; violin solo, MUs i-cturo part of tho program and advanced
Madge West, 'Meditation" from Thnla; BtUdents will sing the Illustrations,
vocal solo, Miss Beatrice Tancock; solo This, lecture-recital Will bo give nln two
on one-stringed Instrument, Mr. Bridges, narts. the second part to be announced
Creie'Moa Glen Glnb Concert.
. . . . ' . .
The Crelghton Glee club concert at. the
Brandels theater Wednesday evening Is
the social .event of the week, Many out-
of-town guests will arrive to attend, tho
concert and they will be extensively en-
Bishop Rusch, of Iad, S. D.( the Right
Iter M. V. Burke, bishop of St, Joseph; I evening for Miss Jdllllo Reel, whose wed
his niece, Miss Nellie A. Burke; Mrs. B. I dinB to Mr. Roy Trlplett of Woodbine
& Garner, president of the Fortnightly wju occur February 11, Decorations were
Musical club of St. Josephs besides Mme. CBrried out In Pink and white. A mlnla
Lucllle Stevenson and Mme. Mario Von iun, acrlcultural farm and village were
Unschuld, will be the guests of honor at I
tnese airBirs, un Tuesday Mr. and Mrs.
IL V. Qutkley will entertain at luncheon
for Mrs. Garner and Miss Burke: Mr.
and Mrs. U M. Thompson, luncheon for
Mme, Lucille Stevenson, and Mr. and
Mrs. C w. Hamilton, dinner party for
A" "1?" r
ui,n!f iiu 4ibb uums win u
v u. Aiiiagn o kucsis u tuncneon,
and there will also be a reception for
Mme. Von Unschuld at the university.
Mine. Von Unschuld will be the house
, k r All, I . . i . I 1
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Borgtum.
Reservations for box parti, have been
node by JTtsldent Eugene Magevney. II.
r niirki. n w ir.n,unn n n aih.
v r w itan,.. r rt a
r r tv. r. i. ,
Uushman, Phi Rho Sigma and thVoamma
Et Gamma fraternities, which will
. .Mt.. ,u u WWI. nlJ'.w. v.,.,.1 . In tha
following have made reservations In the
body of the house; Fred P. Hamilton,
Frank T. Hamilton, A. V. Klnsler, A.
STVartz!an3er. J. A, C. Kennedy, MUs
Ruth Latenscr. Captain Chester Wells,
Captain Theodore Nelson. E. B. McDer
mott. Miss Evel)-n Hopper, C. B. Dug
dale, MaeWHUn JUrdlns. II. Pritchett,
Lloyd Thompson and numerous student
parties from the various departments.
Entertain at Xuiicale.
Mr. ft ad Mr. Thomas 3. Kelly held
their third " o'clock" on Saturday after
noon at their studio-residence, SO South
Thirty-fifth avenue, tho occasion being a
student' inutlcale and conversaslone,
with a. social cup of tea. The students
who sang were Miss Grace Northmn. Mis
Greta Lane ai4 Miss Vera lone Beats.
Miss Grace Northrup displayed a lovely
xneno-sonrano voice In her thre elec-
Omaha Girls Who Announce Engagement
tlonB, which were, "Shepherds Cradle
r is tern ...tv . lift V I & I. I. tl..
li ' " V
voJce MWxify In "Thoughts Huvi
wnf (Lohmlln)".0ig, flmlle, Bfumber"
Clounod))i ,un8 , irrene, ani ..Th0
Cucko0i.. by Uta Lehmann.
M, v , 6 jwaU turliied the audlt-
later. Part on will occupy all tho time
of 'the dato mentioned. Thero Is nn en-
t ..w.lata nt
Shower for Miu Reel,
a. rnlsosllaneoua shower was given by
Ml rte0ecca Smith and Miss Olga Mad-
t the home of Mlsa Smith Tuesday
ugC4 aB table deooraitons. Thoso present
Millie Reel. Mabel Reel,
2LLKubln Hasel Aubln"'
ftXWJSSft; t Je.Sli OrahSm.
Cordelia McCuiloch, Kthel Kenny.
. . . 1 1
1 John uuib
One ot the pretty weaaings oi m
was that or Miss "llo Laustercr
nd Mr. Athur Dyck, which took place
Thursday evening at S o clock nt the
I Thursday evening
homa of th room parent!. The IUv.
tert8 of ih!ae" E? E x ui
strains of the Loherlngrln wedding
march played by Miss Rose Hornsby.
The bride wore a gown of white satin
with an overdrape of white chiffon and
pearls. Her veil was held In ptaco by
lilies ot the volley and she carried
shower bouquet of hrlde'a roses.
Miss Hedwig Bastlan was maid of
honor and waa gowned In gray chiffon
and carried pink roses.
I Miss Lltrle Dyck, sister of the groom
Was bldevnald and waa gowned n pink
charmuese and also carried pink roses.
Mr. Frank Dyek, brother of the Broom
I was best man,
1 Following the ceremony a Jarge wed
Idlng supper was srvd to sixty guests.
Mr. W. F. Stoecktr ond Mr. J. M.
I King were the toastmaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Dyek will bo at home
I &'lr February 10 at fCIO Wirt street
M ncln Stuhldrelrer was ring
Hlt5 JTlatrte Hamjiton
bearer and carrlod tho rlnir In a cala
ntertalns at Scotch Tea,
Mrs. C, W. Welsh entertained at a
Scotch afternoon tea at her homo Friday
In honor of her guest. Miss Ralslde of
David City, Nob, Mrs. John McTaggart
sang several Scotch songs during the
afternoon. Those present were;
. T, BUiwci!, C. H. Coons.
. T. Sldwell of H. U. I.efforte,
Glenwood. la.: 11. n. llnnnrfn.
John McTHKgart, Henry Cox,
Mlsa Nell Landigln
Whist Club Meets.
The South Side Whist club met at the
heme of Mrs. O, H. Meyera Friday after.
noon. Prizes wero won by Mesdames
Thomas Falconer, George Norrls, Iaaaq
Douglas. Thoso present were:
C. O Everson. C. G. JCerson,
ueorce Morr s. C L. Urandon.
i nomas taiconor, u. n. aieyers.
T, J. Larlmore,
j. 1'. uimmicK,
The next meeting will bo at the home
of Mrs. Charles Qranden.
Collegian Club Entertained.
The Collegian club was entertained at
the home of Mr. A. A. Westergard Thurs
day evening. Tho Collegian club quartet
a&nir several selections and refreshments
were aerved. The members of the club
Robert Anderson, Harry McNaraara,
Lou Merlndorff. J. Jackson.
Alfred Peterson, Alfred Westergaard,
John Ruelier, . A. A. Westergaard,
The Collegian club will entertain at
a danefng party at Harte hall In Dundee
In Honor of Bride.
Miss Eva Nelson entertained at her
home Saturday afternoon at an aluminum
shower In honor of Miss Ethel Hibba, a
March bride. Those Invited were;
Gladys Holmgren. Sadie Davis,
F. U Hlbbs,
Banauet at Loyal Hotel.
The Blue uoose, a rruiernai organiH.-
tkm ot the fire Insurance men, win en
tertaln tho wives and daughters ot the
members at a dinner at the Hotel Loyal
'Tuesday evening. Covers will he laid for
eighty guests. Mr- H. N. Wood will give
a toast to the ladles, which will be rni
lowed by a musical program. Those wh
Will participate ate:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale, vocal
duet; Mrs. J. K. Morrison, violin solo
Mrs. II, 11. Miller. original storyl
3 V' MmwL .Yfa
Mrs. Harvey Mllllken, piano solo; Miss
Katherlne Becson, vocal solo.
n Honor of Guests.
Mrs. Cowglll gave a luncheon ot eight
Thursday at the club In honor of Miss
Thursday Mrs. Martha Hcth waa host
ess at a luncheon ut tho Omaha club in
honor of Mb. Perley, tho mother and
truest of Mrs. F. A. Brogon,
Mrs. M. A, Nasi, Mrs. C. Thompson
and Miss Freda Lange, will be hostesses
at a large afternoon party Thursday In
honor of their guest, Mrs. Fank J, Lange
ot Helena, Mont.
Miss Hilda Hammer entertained at
bridge, Saturday In honor of Miss
Thurmond of Dallas, Tax., who is tne
guest of Miss Margaret Bruce, and for
Mrs, William Fitzgerald of Troy. N. Y..
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Byrne. Tables wero placed for eight
Thursday ovcnlns prior to the dancing
class at Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Nash's, Mr.
C. W. Hull ifavo a dinner at the Omaha
club for Miss Howard ot Kentucky, Ills
other guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Charles
KounUe, Mrs. Dixon, Mr, and Mrs, J. de
Forest Richards, Mr, and Mrs. Fairfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker and Mr.
tDrake. Wednesday Miss Howard was tne
suest at an informal luncheon given tor
her by Mr. Joseph, Barker,
Mrs. Louis Nelson of rrairlo Park en
tertalned at her "homo Thursday at a
heart luncheon In honor of their guest,
Mrs. H, T. Ochiltree of New York. Ktl
larney roses, red carnations and. hearts
formed the table decorations. Those
8. C. Morgan.
D. L. Groub.
C M. CoQhran,
A. II, Atwood,
G. A. Luehe,
N. T. Hammond,
N. T, Bass,
W. 8. Gills.
R. L. Kemp.
Entertains Card Club.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Klamm entertained tho
Deer Park Cant club Wednesday evening
Prizes were won by Mra. Tool. Airs. Bay
ersdorfer. Mr. and, Mrs. Stoltenberg- The
next meeting wilt be at tho homo of Mr
and Mrs. C. P, Soegaard. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stoltenberg.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Peterson.
" Mr. and Sirs. G. Bayerisdorfcr
Mr. and Mrs. J. Klamm.
Mra H. Tool.
The Le, Rlgplo jbIuJj will, give ft dancing
party Monday -evening ut Twrpln'a acad
emy. Twenty-eighth and Faream.
The McKlnley lodge and Ladles' &ux-
illnry of tho B'nnI B'rlth will give a
dancing party at the Metropolitan club
Sunduy evening for tho benefit of the
new clubrooms fund.
Tho Daughters ot Israel Aid society will
hold a mnsqilorade ball at the Auditorium
on February t. Six prizes for tho best
masques will be given, ThiR ball Is given
for the benefit of the Old People's home.
The Vesta chapter No. 6 ot the Eastern
Star will give their fourth dance at
Chambers' academy Thursday evening,
February 5. Those on .the .floor commit
Dr. tnut Mrs. Roy A. Dodge.
Mr, and Mrs. ,E. F. Leavenworth.
Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Terrill. .
Mr. ani Mrs. F. L. Keller. '
A'tss Ellno Kronetedt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Klnnurd.
The colonial Dancing club met Friday
evening at Chambers', when those pres
Mr, and Mrs. E, S. Rood.
Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Stsiey.
Mr, nnd Mrs. H. K. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. E, K. Lowe.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cloakley.
Mr. and Mrs, F. H. Hanna,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. D'Jurecn.
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Garnsey.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wise;
Mrs. M. V Wilson.
Ruth Patterson, ' F. M. LeeL
Lillian Llsser, Winifred Evans,
A party of friends supplied with well-
filled lunch baskets arrived unexpectedly
at the homo of Mrs. K. O'Brien Friday
and took complete possession of the house
for the day. Preseut were:
C. P. Housir,
It. W, Powers,
At. Shelter, v
C. II. Gates,
ot South Omaha,
Fink Tea in Council Chamber.
A pink tea In the council chamber ot
the city hall Is the Innovation proposed
by tho Political Equality league for Its
meeting Thursday evening. The guest
will bo the Men's league, as well as the
Equal Franchise and Omaha Suffrage
associations. The purpose of thla affair
Is to mako plans for the future program
CELEBRATES HER SEVENTY
ST. PAUL MATRON WHO IS VISIT- j
Tm HER SISTER.
of work and to permit the members to
get nciunintcd. A short program will
be rendered and refreshments will bo
served. This Is the first time in the
history of the city hall that the council
chamber has been tho scene of an event
so thoroughly social.
Will Attend Opera.
According to present Indications society
will be cut In force at the two perform
ances of grand opera at tho Auditorium
on February 10-20. "La Glaconda" will
be given the first evening and "Sampson
and Delilah, 'tho second. Among thoso
who have already engaged tickets for
tho performances are:
Dr. A. F. Jonas,
C. C. George.
E. B. Rood,
W. W. Davenport.
11. G. Buchanan,
Dr, A. H. Hippie,
A. n. McDonnell.
T. B. McPherson.
Dr. H. B. Lemere.
Dr. II. C. Sumney,
J. R. Rlngwalt,
E. O. Hamilton,
J. H. McShane,
M. T. Barlow,
F. P. Hamilton,
C. F. McQrew,
F. L. Haller,
E. M. Morsman, Jr.
Mrs.- W. J. Coart
Mrs. Mary B. Mcintosh.
Miss Bessie Dumont.
Entertain cat Kensington.
Mrs. C. L, Morse entertained the V. S,
Grant, No. 101, Woman Reltet corpe.
Tuesday afternoon at kcnslngton at her
The afternoon was spent In music, vocal
and Instrumental, and a reading by Mrs.
Ida A. Miller.
Those present were:
Lillian P. Kddy, A. It. fliattnews,
BoUlah C. Duvls, Louis Edwards,
Ada vv. kampman, m. J. stern,
S. E. Tllknor,
C. L. Morse,
Harriot A. Wilcox,
Lillian A. Allen,
Flora J. Nolln.
Anna M. Long.
Jennie H. Bryant,
Max I. Walker,
AI, K. Dance,
E. Bell Long,
A. E. Hough,
A. A. Whitney,
Georgo W. Preston,
A. P. Doodyns, ,
II, P. Chesmld,
L. d M. RUth,
Alary J. Prult,
Lucy E. McAIurphy,
A. T. staples.
lua A. Miller,
C. P. White.
E. 8. Dodge .
of North .Jena,
Marguerite E. WllcoCcra B. Stern
Robert Walker, Richard Chosmld
Mrs. Harry Munnecke entertained the
Twentieth Century Kensington club at
her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs,
Sherman Pinto was the guest or the
club. Tho following' members were
Receive at Art Exhibit.
AIIss Jesgle Alillard has charge of the
reception committee of tho art exhibit
Saturday. Thoso assisting her were:
Henry Yates, John R. Webster, -
John Yelser, A. C Troup,
Henry Wy.iwn, Herbert Sumney,
Walter D. Williams, W. G. Ure,
C. AI. WUhelm. Swartlander.
Victor waits, .
Tnoso having cnargo 01 me rctcivins
committees next week are Mrs. Alllton
J)arllng on Sunday, Airs. Edgard Mors
man, Monday; Airs. Theodore Rlngwalt,
Wednesday; Airs, George Voss, Thurs
day; Mrs. Llda Wilson, Friday, and Miss
Jessie Alillard on Saturday.
Birthday ( Anniversary.
Mr. ana Mrs. itenry uross enieriaineu
at their home last Sunday; In honor of
Atrs, Anna Gross of Benson, who cele
brated her seventy-fifth birthday anni
versary.. The rooms were prettily deco
rated with cut flowers and palms. After
choice selections of music played by
Miss Bertha Motz a dainty luncheon was
served. Mrs. Morris Gross, AIIss Anna
Closing Out All
Special Low Prices All Desirable Models
In order to make room for my new stock of wpring and summer
corset. I am offering extreme bargains In the various lines and
models that I ant to discontinue. I have made the prices. In every
instance.' so low that I ought to sell them all within a few days.
All are strictly high grade Including a large line of the celebrated
Norda and Goodwin Corsets,
This cleaj-lpp Bale affords a rare opportunity to secure splendid
corsets for one-third and a few at one-half regular prices.
All $500 NorUa Corsets now 53.80; 97.00 values, 55.00; a few 810
value ai $6,00.
Corsets Bought at Thla Bale Wilt Be Fitted Txe ot Charge.
I. C. STOCKWELL, Corset Specialist
Phone for Appointments.
0. H. S. Gym Cluh Entertained'.
Tho Omaha Hlsh school uyro c.i
Jcyed a hard times partr at- the home
of M:ss Barbara Churchill Friday. Tho
afternoon .vas spent in playing games.
Those rrussnt wero:
Ll!a Hoke. "
Gross and Miss Julia Alotz assisted.
About forty friends wero present.
Ent:rtains at Luncheon.
Mm. John J. AIoAIohon entertained at
luncheon Thursday at her home, 4515
Eloroncc boulebard. Those present were!
I). W. Henslcy,
At. A. Davis.
Edwarn c ox,
Miss Margaret J-ogc.
Dinner for Mis3 Howard.
Mr. Benjamin Warren was host Tues
day evening at n dinner at the Omaha
club for Aflss Howard when the other
Guests Tvero Air. and Airs. Cowglll, Air.
and Mrs. Prlns, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Barker, Miss Charlotte Callahan and Afr.
,T. do Forest Richards. After dlnper the
party nc'journcd to tho Richards' homo .
Settlement Tea for Miss Dunlap.
Friday nfternoon following her suf
frage talk at the city hall Miss Flora
Dunlap of Des Atolncs, resident social '
worker of that city, was the guest at a .
tea nt the Social Settlement house given
In her honor by the settlement board.
AIIss Carrie Jensen of Council Bluffs,
la., and Air. T. F. Drummy, formerly.,
of Omaha, wero quietly married ht Sid
ney, Neb.,- on January 25, 191. Tho
young cottplo wilt make their home on a
ranch near Potter, Neb.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Air. C. R. Alontgomcry Is expected home
from California today.
Air. E. W. Dixon went to New 'York,
Tuesday to be Bono two weeks.
Atr. nnd Airs. O. W. AIei?cath returned
Alonday from Excelsior Springs, - '
Air. and Airs. W. R. McKeen- reUirneU
Thursday from two weeks Itt New York.
Air. Robert Lozler arrived Tuesday!
from New York for a short stay on busl-1
Mrs. Arary J. Fontes of Schuyler, Neb.,
Is vlEltlng Airs. Zentmeyer and family.
Air. T. C. Byrno returns today from thm
Airs. Nathan RobertB of Lincoln spent .
tho last week with her son. Atr. Frank'
Air. and Mrs. Gerrlt Fort have returned
from New York, whoro they attended the
Mr. and Mrs. William Hill Clarke left
Alonday evening for Indianapolis to
spend a week.
Air. Cowglll returned Alonday from a,
brief visit to his mother, who la 111 in
Air. nnd Atrs. Daniel Baum, Jr., will
move Alonday to the former home of Air.
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health. Bend the little
counon and 10c for ex-
.puuee, and a 60o treatment will be mailed at
onro In plain paekaie, Write ua today. Dll.
KEI.I.V JIEDICAL CO., Pept. 112, BA. puffllo.
Corsets in Stock
For Sale, a fine Kingsbury pano
In mahogany case. The tone Is
soft and mellow, and the case
makes a very pretty appearance.
We are featuring this because we
believe you will consider It a bar
gain. If you want a good nluno
and don't rare to pay a fancy
price, sea this one. Make your
A. HOSPE CO.
1813 Douglas St., Omaha.
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