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Facsimile Photographs, Hand
Palated Colored Etchings,
TwexsoTInt Engravings. Artotypee.
Subjects suitable for every home.
sdre In gold inubntiny, Walnut
nil tmtif. ovir rmer' craft
fhop Kraniea fitted to any picture.
We have great variety of stand
ard fratnee -tne kind that stand
up. Take your pictures to lltispe
for f ram ln.
keta. No charre for arranging.
( r rrit stock imlu.les A mer
Iran lieantles, Crlmeon Hatnbler.
Irvcrie. Oyc-lnwieiv, Nasturtiums,
Nosers va. Mr in in your old
fernerlt for refilling.
Cordova. leather A
la made of Kpaniwh Rtcer Hide,
specially tanned, hand tooled no
two piece tn Mmr. A piece of
Cordova win ir a lifetime- V
have It new In pockrtbook", Shop
ping Pass. Wmio Hooka, . Mats,
Sofa Inflows, etc
f APTlg Our Una of rarda
v'"uo cannot ba excelled
anywhere. Wi have card for all
ocruHfoim. a p e I a I occasion,
(tirlfttniui Mir, New Yer'srnrd,
Wedding enrda, Plat a , card In
novel and unique form, l'rlrsa,
to to af.c. i
LAMPS-win ry you tn
of Klectrtc Lamps, Including Ilia
popular caadlestltk shape tit
Promt and mrtal finish. Jlrown
wicker banket finish, r'lano
letups. Library -.. Lamps, ek
l.amp, Heading . Umpi, 4.C
To mlkt your hint mora beau
tlful anl Inviting, ret tha ")o to
ItoHfm'a" habit. That account
tnr the beauty of many hundred
of Omaha home Ana It I wall
to reiiimber that we hava been
right her for 4 year, wltli
liberal value to all.
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yroaally OondueWd 40 Yaara.
$1.00 Table d'Hote
5:30 to 8:30 P. M.
Neptune Coctta.ll a'U Rom
Mlrhlgaa CoUry en Branch
Gumbo Sam Ward
Frog L(i Fried Bauc Fljaro
Younf Stuffed Duckling
f Apple Compote
Fresh Spinach a'la Payeaune
i Chateau Potato
, Grape Fruit Balad MaaootU
i , Farfalt d'Amour'
Cafe Turo .
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l NPAT-Rmcaroh rluh. Pt. Hen-h-
mann'a a'Hdiiy I pi hi. Votine
W'nmni'l Clirlntlan aaa.xlatlon iipf
nervier. 4 Ml o. m.
fM"NlY Injiiilee rlrrl. Oillrl ronr,a-
- lion i'aKiey oi yxmeiHR, mn. i. ri.
jieaton, hontean. Omaha Woman'a cluh,
executive, dlrartory and regular meet
Inn. p. m.
Tt'-'SIAT r'rench departmeM. Omaha
WnmMi l riub 1 p. im Hont eoiiomlcn
ileparttuent, Mouth Omahib. Wainvn'a
rlub. Mn. J. E. Ourtl, honte, Mra.
A. 4. Oaorne, antl-euf f rnw naker.
Arrtvei. MuplreJ aecllon, Aaaotiat'on bt
Cnli.rlnte AlumnaP, Ml lirithy
Ftanta, hot, 4 p. rn. U. Orant
Woman's Keller ror, Memorial hall.
, 1 0 p. m. Hunahtna rlub, Uornn A.
CuaUr Woman'a Kellef corpa, Mra. C.
i fclveranti. hoteaa. Mrn A. i. (leortfa.
I nbtl-aurrraa letliira, Ameriran thant.tr,
i. I p. m. . nvrmo club, Mn. K. 11. Jtnrnna.
I WjaiNKHDAY Annual martin, Vlalt
Inf Nuraa aaaorlatlon, rlty hall. PoutH
I Hlila rlri'la, Child Conaervatlon Ieau
of Atnerlra. Caatnllnr a hool. Lllera-
I tura department. Women's club.
I Woman club. Hallway Mall Pafvlra,
' Old t'ropta'a Home, rltory Tellrra' eo
I tlon, Aaaorlatlon of Colleiilatn Alumnaa,
I MIM Maraaret Uulharle, hoatraa. Miller
I'arN Mother' olrvla, whool auditorium.
Vlattlns Nurar aaaorlatlon. rltv hall.
THU'ltHbA V Kenaon Woman'a riih, Mra.
N. H. Tyaon, hoatea. Oovarnment
ulaaa, Omaha Woman's club, Van Hnnt
rollene rooms. Wyrhe Htory Tellera'
leaaua, piitillc library. Young Mothers'
rlub. Mcklnlry auxiliary to K'nal
H rlth. Metropolitan hall, S p. rn. t'mtna
lloaitland . Klor tnleHlon. t Horn ero
nomlra department, Woman's rtuh. Mia
Mary Hiniilnler Willard, Fine, Art
Ici ture. Young; Women a Christian na
soclatlnn aiiilltnrluni. 4 P. ni. i-otS
A C'itr iWonmn's Hollrt corps In
apertlon, Mrmortnl tin.II.
ritlDAY Mra. N. H. Notaon, rrraldent of
the Omaha Woman' ijub. at home for
rlftb mi-mler. North Hide Woman'
Carlatlan Tfmt)rrn:o , union. Went
Omaha Mothers1 Culture dub, Mrs. P.
T. Honorden, hoatraa.
8ATVHUAY Jsmea Hanry Preaated,
OmaliSi Klne Ana aoolely lecture, Youti
. Woman's Chrlatlan aannclallon audl-
' tnrlum, 10 a. ni. North Hlda Motbara'
Culture club. Hkllowe'eS party for clilt-
i dren. Mfs. rred M. rrstjo, hoatesi.
(Notlrm for, this column should ' ke
mailed or telephoned to the Club rejioittr
belor Friday noun.
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HE rtensnn Woman's club, of
Ti 1 which Mrs. Slla Wrl ht I
, I 'praaldant. I sponsnrtns; a new
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press before the holiday Sea
son and will be offered tor
sale, the proceede to to toward entertain
ing the annual convention of the Oeoond
district. Nebraska rederatlnn of Woman's
Clubs, next spring. The Idea originated
with Mrs. J, Y. HeoprY, secretary rt the
club, who with Mrs. K, R. Parker and
Mra. J. V. Rtarrett conatitut the com
mittee which ha the, issuing of the cook
boolf, in chars.
Each recipe will be contributed by some
member of the ttrnson Woman's club
who ha tasted the reulpe and her name
will be signed to.lt. It Is expected that
between M0 and 400 recipe will be com
piled and that the sale ef the book will
be especially heavy among club women.
The Benson cluh has been especially
active. In furthering the Interests of th
circulating library that has been estab
lished In lienon and also hopes to be
able to do something for the library soon.
"Federation day" wilt be observed at
the meeting Thursday, which will bo held
at the home ot Mrs. N, II: Tyson. Mrs.
N. H. Neleon, president of the Omaha
Woman's club, will give a report of the
biennial convention of the General Fed
eration of Women'e Clubs, and Mrs. O.
8. Brooks, who attended the state meet
ing at Pawnee City, will give an account
ot that meeting. Quotations on "Wo
man's Work of the Present Day" will be
given in response to roll call, and refresh
ment will be served.
A thorough course la parliamentary
us I being outlined by the club.
The huaband of th member will be
entertained at a fancy dree party on
Hallowe'en. BeveraJ other social affairs
are planned for the coming year.
For the last eight year th Woman's
club of the railway ms 11 service has de
voted one meeting In the fail to a fruit
shower for the Old People's home family.
Thla year the shower will be held
Wednesday and Mrs. A. C. Rawson,
chairman of the program committee, ha
arranged an interesting program of muslo,
beside which -Mr. Philip H. Welch of
th Omaha rltory Teller' league Will tell
stories. Each of th member ot th elub
will also give witticism for the enter
tainment of the eld people.
Mr. W. P. East, president cf th club,
represented this, organisation at tha con
vention ef th Nebraska Federation ot
Women's Clubs at Pawn City last week.
Th study ot Kipling, will be continued
by the literature department ot th
Omaha Woman's club Wednesday morn
ing. Mra. George I. Parr, leader of the
program, will discus "The Development
of the Novel." Mrs, W. I. Kalght wlU
have as her subject "Th Ught That
Failed." and Mrs. Robert Cowell 'The
The Wetlealey club, ef which Visa Nell
Carpaater i th president, was enter
tained at the home ot Mr. J. C. Mo
Clure Wednesday afternoon. I lass for
raising money to help restore the damage
caused by th Wellesiey college fire were
discussed and active work will be done
along this tine during the winter.
A Japanese hero story, a Indian leg
end, a Persian fairy tale and some hu
morous stories will be told at av meeting
of the Wyche'Btorf Tellers' league Thurs
day at the public library. Miss Fern Kol-
nmon Is leader of the program and will
be assisted -l.y Mlae Fanny Brown, Mrs.
H. F. Coleman and Miss Ellaa Oibbs.
" The Urman epic. "The Nlhrlungwnlled,"
was the subject of study at the meeting
of thn Omaha Btory Tellers' league on
Thursday at the public! library. Mrs, C.
W. Pollard was leader of the program'.
. The Research club will meet at Ht.
Derchmann's academy Sunday afternoon
at t o'clock. Father Quintan will lecture
and the Omaha School of Expression will
furnish a program. '
The Runshlne club of George A. Custer
Woman'a Itellef Corp Will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. Charles .G. Kvereon,
fit Houth Twenty-eighth street, Tuesday
afternoon. The affair will be a kensing-
ton and will be In the nature of 4 recep
tion for the new; members.
', U. R. Orant Woman's Relief Corps, No.
104, will hold a regular meeting Tuesisy
afternoon at f ;M o'olock In Memorial hall.
Card have teen received announcing
the oponing of the Leon Weltman Con
servatory of Music at Maiden, Mas.
Mra Weltman was formerly Miss Jennie
Gordon of this city and was a member
of the Omaha Woman's club.
The French department Of the Omaha
Woman'a club will meet Tuesday at the
home ' of the Instructor, . Miss . Mae
Mahoney, le Boutb Thirty-sixth street,
between the hour of 1 and 1. Th lesson
will b on French costuming and . th.
French dinner service, which topics are
taken up for vocabulary, practice . Mra,
F. A. Hhntwell Is leader of the depart
ment, i i
Mrs. Harriet MacMurphy will add re s
the home economics department of the
Eouth . Omaha Woman'a olub on "Puff
Pastry," Tuesday afternoon, at the home
of Mrs. J. K. Curtl. The hostess Will be
assisted by Mesdames O. D. Jonee, It
C. Vermillion, F. Lee and J. K. Northrup.
Miss Kats McIIugh, formerly princi
pal ef the Omaha High school, will ad
dress th West Omaha Mothers' Cul
ture club at th horn of Mr. P. F.
Sonordaa, 1511 North Forty-first street,
Friday afternoon at t o'clock. "Ideals,"
as exemplified by men of the colonial
period, will be the subject for dissuasion.
There will b papere on the topic, "What
Id Is W Caa Present Through Wash
ington, Jefferson and Hamilton and How
to Do It" Mrs. K. C. Dollar's paper,
dealing with Washington, Mre. It. A. Mo
Ferlane s paper, with Jefferson, and Mra.
P. J. Whits' paper with Hamilton. Roll
call will be responded to with quota
tions on these famous men and the gen
eral discussion, based on preparatory
reading, will be led by Mra C. B. Bwen.
Mra. E. O. Hamilton wU give a piano
solo, Mrs. Jamee Corr a vocal solo and
Mis Helen Bonorden will give recita
tion. Mr. Orletta Chittenden, supervisor of
kindergarten, will address the mam bars
of the Miller Tark Mothers' circle
Wednesday afternoon at t e'olock. In the
auditorium of the school. "Benefits De
rived from Kindergarten Songs and
Games" will be the subject of her talk.
Election of officer will also take plaos
at this meeting.
The Junior Musical club will give It
first program of the year ta the school
auditorium, mday afternoon, October
SO. at l: O'olock. Ten or twelve chil
dren will participate la the program.
The Junior orchestra will be organised
by Mrs. Charts Thlara, president ot th
circle, th following week.
The North Bids Molhere' Culture club
will glv a Hallowe'en party for the
children Saturday afternoon at the home
ot Mrs. rred M. Crane, Mil Miller Place,
There will be Hallowe'en decoration and
refreshments and program of musle
and 'recitation will be given by th
children. Mrs. K. O. Ames Is chairman
ot ths co ea mitt ee which Is arranging the
party for th children and will be as
sisted ty Mesdames Fred M. Crane,
Charle Ztebarth. Croker and v Ayr.
Thirty children will attend.
Mta Dorothy Frants wilt bs hostess
for a meeting of the musical section f
th Association of Colleslsl Alumnae
Tuesday at 4 p. m. at her home, 2309
Poppletmt avenne. A miscellaneous pro
gram will be given, eh member taking
part Mans for the years work will be
dlsoussed. Mrs. lyeroy Pave!' Is leader
ot the department.
The flrjuth Sid circle ot the Child Con
Serration league of America will meet
Wednesday at I o'clock In th auditorium
of Castellar school. Th topic for th
program la "Habit." and th following
Paper will he read: "Th Ratabllahed
Habits ef Ka'ly Infancy and Their Vain
to Child anl Prent," by Mr. B. Hoi
ovtchlntr; "Habit and It Relation to
Character," by Mrs. a. Ksrsph; "Methods
of Instilling Habit.' by lira. C. C. Meek;
reading by Mr. W. t,. Fattens piano
solo by Mrs. W. L. Tatton.
The story-tellers' section of the Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae will hold
the first meeting of the year at tjie home
ef Miss Margaret Guthrie, 1111 fiouth
Thlrty-flrt street, Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. There will be a short pro
gram and plans for the term's work will
The next meeting of tile Dundee circle
of the Child Conservation League of
America will be held Monday at the home
of Mrs J. H. Beaton. SSI Cnss street
The subject fer study will be "Hslf Con
trol," and the program will be as follows:
Roll evil, maxima on "Self Control;"
paper by Mrs. J. A. Bruce, "The Relation
of the Physical Condition of the Child
and His Pelf Control and the Part Hug
gestlnn Plays In Belf Control;" reading
by Mrs. F, R. Durand, "Sketch of Mo
cart's Life;" paper by Mrs. T. N. Crosby.
"Strengthening Will Power;" vocal music,
selections from Moss rt, Mrs. Don Mo
Cown; dissuasion, -"The Bubetltutlon of
'Come, Do' for 'Don't.' "
The Rerme club will meet at the home
Of Mrs. E. II. Rarnes, 1415 Redlcn avenue,
Tuesday. There will be a 1 o'clock
luncheon, following which a, program will
The annual meeting of the Visiting
Nurse association, which was announced
for Wednesday, has been postponed one
week. The meeting will be held October
M In th association room In the city
hall, Elsotlon of officers will Uke place
and the annual fepurte will be received.
The home economics department of the
Omaha Woman's club will meet Thurs
day morning at 10 o'olock In the club
room. The lesson will be on "The Five
Food Frlnclplae" and will be In the na
ture of a general discussion by all of
the member. Mr. L. J. Healey, In her
report of the. home economies proceedings
of the Chtoago biennial, at the opening
meeting of the club, told of an' Interest
ing discussion In which It was decided
that this department of the club should
bs known as ths "home economics'' de
partment, hot household eoonomlcs, do
mestic science or domestlo art depart
ment Mrs. Beta Brooks ot Lincoln. Neb., de
partment Inspector of the George A. Cus
ter Women's Relief Corps, will inspect
the corps at a spealal meeting which has
been called for Thursday afternoon at
Memorial hall. The inspection takes
place once every fear.
The , North Bide Women's Christian
Temperance union held a medal contest
for the City Mission children at the Olivet
B.ptlet church Thursday evening. The
contest was In charge ot Mrs. Mary
Bh In rock, - state euperlntendent of medal
contests. , , '
, The Dundee Woman s club met Wednes
day with Mrs. J. H. Morton as hostess.
The subject of the day was "The Inside
of the Cup, by Churchill, compared
with the drama, "The Servant In the
Mrs, 3. T. Ferguson, leader, gave, a
sympathetio Interpretation of the novel,
and drew the analogy between the novel
and the drama. Mrs. A. L. Green gave
the plot in a very clear and convincing
Mrs. J. B, Jonee dlscuaaed the phlloao
phy of the play and Mre. a. O. Edswly
gave an analysis ot the characters.
Mra Ferguson concluded the' program
by comparing the plots of the two books
and noting the Impressive symbolism of
th wondrous church built by the bishop
of Benares, as told by Manson.
Ths mothers' department of the Wo
men's Christian Temrerano union of
Benson gav a epeclal program at th
Methodist church last Friday. Ftve
mlaute talks on "The Moral Welfare of
the Child from the Standpoint of a Phy
sician," were given by Dr. Heumann.
Miss . McNamars, Rev, A tack and par
ents. General discussion and two paper
by Mrs. F. 8. King and Mrs. E..A, Sa&r
son were also part ot the program.
Ths Omaha Woman's Christian Temper
ance union entertained at luncheon at the
Toung Men's Christian association
Wednesday In honor ef Mrs. U. M. CI af
file ot Lincoln, president ef th Btate
Women's Christian Tsmprsnc union,
and Miss Ada ITnruh ot Oregon, temper
ano lecturer, who addressed th Bapttet
minuter' convention at the Calvary Bap
tlai church. .Thirty worffea wore present
Mra. A. J. Oeorg of Boston will glvei
an antl-auffrage speech at th American
theater Tuesday evening. Mra. Oeorge la
a well-known speaker in the east. Mis
Minnie Bronsoa, now In Montana, will ar-
FEISISEKT OF THE BENSON
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Vs --sift s.idu
rlv later in the month, as will Mrs. O.
D. Ollphant of New Jersey.
Miss Katherlne Milliard and Miss
Caroline Harkalow returned Wednesday
from Minneapolis, where they . went to
attend the meeting ot the Woman's Aux
iliary of the Province of the Northwest,
of the Episcopal church. Mra Philip
Potter, state president who also attended
the meeting, returned Friday. ,
Y. W, C. A. Notes.. ,. ,
The Sunday afternoon vesper service
at 4:a0 will be an lniorinal one, heid In
the third Hour Assembly room. It will be
a "quotation mectliiK.T Miss Lauranc
will be hostess at the social hour which
follows the regular- meeting. Light re
freshments are served and girls are Intro
duced and mad acu.uauued with each
Classes began last weak and registrar
tlon are larger than ever betore. In tnoae
not already lull new pupil will be ad
nutted tbta week.
One class, which meets alternate Mon
day evenings at a o'clock, wl hold Its
Hi at session tomorrow, 'this Is th So
cial Ilsaae ulass, which takes up all the
ivarloua questions of "thn proper thing to
do" in a very Informal way. The llrst
talk will be "The Young Woman as a
Hostess" by Mrs. J. M. Alkln. Other
talks will be "Th Young Woman a a
Guest,'' "In Publld Places," " Jn Busl
nena," "Her Sodaf Obligations." "The
Body Beautiful" and "nerving a Dinner,
a Luncheon and a Breakfast. r The class
fee for the course Is IL
" Ths orchestra has not yet met but Miss
Luella Allen will conduct a class Thur.
day ventng at I o'clucK.
Miss Auguata Knight Is teaching th
china palnUng class Thursday evenings
at 7 o'clock.
Monday evening, October t. wMi be
me annual Halloween masquerade. All
yeung women of tha cltv. roaardleaa ef
aeaorlatlon mamberabtp, are cordially In-
Wednesday night Is "extension depart
ment night'' at the Young Women's
Christian association. Classes in gym
nasium, sewing, cooking, literature and
needlework are held tor girls from indus
trial centers who ar unable to loin tha
regular classes. Class fees for ten les
sons, including membership for a year,
ar 1, except In cooking, which Is la.
Few Folks Have
Gray Hair Now
Well-known local druggist nays cv
erybody Is utlng old-time rerlpo
of Sage Tea and Bulphur.
Hair that least It color and luster, or
when it fade, turns gray, dull and lle
less. Is caused by a lack ot sulphur In
the hair, our granJmother mad up a
mixture of Sag Tea and Pulphur to keep
her lock dark and beautiful, and thou
sands of women and men who value that
even color, that beautiful dark shade cf
hair which la so attractive, use only this
old-time reel pa
Nowaday we get this famous mixture
by asking at any drug store for a to-
cant bottle of "Wyetb'a Page and Bui
phur Compound.", which darkens th hair
so naturally, ao vnry, that nobody can
possibly tell It has been applied. Besides,
It takes off dandruff, stops scalp Itching
and falling hair. You Just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappear; but what delights th
ladle with Wyeth' Bag and Bulphur 1
that beside beautifully darkening the
hair after n few appllcationa. It also
brings back ths gloss and luster, and
gives It aa appearance of abundanoe.
UlCMR' till MIKI ITttn
Is the place to learn the old and new
dance. We have claaa nlghla a weea,
Monday, Thursday and Friday Monday
and Thursday aaaembllea 1 10 P. M.
You ran learn ta dano her in a fear
leaeona a w have four competent In
trustors and 1 asalsUuila. pbune U4444.
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Over 35 Until 90"
"Be Beautiful, 'Visa Woman's Duty l
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Each has a wonderfully pleasing
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and explain why a woman should
never look over 36 years and how
to have and to hold a husband, etc.
Mme. De Let Vie and thousands of women of note highly recom
mend the famous "Melorose" Preparations and Willard White Co.'s
Vaucatre Galega Tablets, the wonderful flesh builder, 'developer
Free Sheet Music and Free Perfume
With each purchase of these preparations.
FREH reserved seat tickets at our Drug and Toilet Goods
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