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THIS &A.TXJXZDA7Y MORNING CjOXJPME!
Ml I Pill
r.nili ('In' I'linnlmii Purl).
The notable event of llio week in
Hoclnly elides u iih the phantom parly
given by llm Empire olub Now Year's
nviuiiiiK "" I-iHiii- The presence
of a largo number of guests added lo
tho i'rniiiBH pleasure. Of onuiso theio
worn some amusing Incidents nnil much
jollll). Those pni'iit uoioi iMr. anil
Mis M II. Ilur liiim, Mr. mitl Mm. W
H. Ogtloii, Dr. nnil Mrs. C. F. Iitflil. Mr.
und Mrs. MntU II. Tllton, Mr. mill Mip.
R M Hull. Mr. nnil MrH.lolm II. Vrilit.
Mr mid Mih. D. H. Thompson, Mr. nnil
Mts V. ('. Wilson, Mr. iiml Mih. C'iiiI
Funko, Mi. in"! Mm. Walter II. Ilur
groiues, Mr. and Mis. Oscar F. Funko.
Mr mill Mih. ( S. Llpplncott, Mr. mid
Mm. F. 1. Ilohncn. Mr. mill Mih. I. M
Iliiiuoiil, Mrn. O. H. Oakley, Mr. mill
Mrs. Sutton, Mm. W. U. Dennis. Mr
mtil Mm. II. II. Oukloy, Mr. nnil Mm. It
A.lVrry, Mr. mid Mm II. R. Nissloy,
Mr. mill Mm. A.B. Raymond, Mr. mid
Mih. Ij. C. Richards. Mr. mid Mm. It. O
Phillips, Mr. nnil Mm. .1. A. Rtickstair
Mr. mid Mm. F. W. Ilrown, Mr. mid
Mm. F. W. Little. Mr. It.. I. Green, Mr.
A. II. Booson. Mm. II. F. Bailey; Miss
Mnigaiot lliihd, MIhh Anno Funko, MIhh
Kay MiiihIiiiII. MIhh Unity Jones, MIhh
Olive Lnttii, MIhh Wells, MIhh Genevieve
Wells, Miss Jennotto WIIhoii, MIhh Lulu
Clark, MIhh Mao Huir, MIhh tillu Ray
iiiond, MIhh Doll, of Liifyotto, I ml., MIbh
liailiy, MIhh Sadie IIiiiiiIiiiiii, MIhh
Ljlo Alexander, or Omaha, MIhh Tlllio
Furst, MIhh Henrietta HoIIowIiuhIi, Mr.
A. II. Law, Mr. Frank Cook, Mr. Charles
A. Haniia, Mr. Wludon, Mr. CliarliH 10.
Walto Mr. Hairy Krug. Mr. W. II.
ItililiiHon, Dr. Palmer, Mr. Will Rny
mohd, Mr. ChurloH llurr, Mr. HoIIow
IiuhIi, Mr. Little, Mr. Da wen, MIhh
Nannie Lllllhrldgo, Mr. John Dorian,
Mr. Will Stiill, Mr. L. W. Coatos, Mr.
and Mm. Hudson ImliolT, Mr. mid Mm.
Will Green. Mr. Dan Wing.
The handsome residence of Mr. and
MrH. L. O. llurr, comer of Fifteenth
and 11 HtreetH wiih beautifully decorated
with evergreens and cut Mowers on New
Year'n day for the reception of the
children mid grandchildren of Mr. and
Mm. II. R llurr who were assembled to
celehrate their tlftieth wedding miniver
wir.v. Tho decoratioiiH In the dining
room were very st liking. Over the
dining talile hung the date of murrliigo
and the Mgiircs of tho iirenent year.
At tho dinner which wnH nerved at ft
o'clock all tho children mid grand
children of tho happy couplo were
Rented with tho exception of one grand
daughter MIhh Helen llurr, who in at
tending school in llaltimore. Mr. and
Mm. llurr were Riven the seats of honor
with their sons and their wives
seated according to their ages, on either
Bide. Tho ginudchildicn followed in
tho Haino older. Whilo the guests
woro all Heated at thotalilo the youngest
grandchild, eighteen moutliH old, pre.
sented a biuiiII silk bag containing ten
5 gold pieces to tho honored guests.
A delicloiiB repant wiih nerved and en
joyed while the partlclpantH Indulged
in reminiscences and Htories of youth
and muturer age, Mr. and Mm. llurr
wero married in Do Kalli county, III.,
Now Yom'sday 1814.
Tho participants in tho reunion wero
Jar. and Mm. A. D. llurr, Mr. and Mm.
0. C. llurr, Mi. and Mm. L. 0. llurr, Mr.
and Mrn. A. L. llurr, of Alma, Nob., Mr.
and MrH. R L. Sheldon, Mien Maud
llurr, Mitw licrtio llurr, MIhh Grace
Burr, Miss Lizzio llurr, MIbh Mao
Burr, Miss dura llurr, Mm.
E. E. Henkle, Mr. Frank llurr, Mr.
Charles llurr, Musters Colonel, Harold,
Carl and liuttoiiB llurr and Loulo and
In Oiuulin Society.
Society in Omaha us hoiiio pooplo Hud
it is not BUpiemely Interesting, us the
following from the society editor of tho
Dee indicates: "It all roads lead to
Rome thoro aio just us many lending
out from it. A pretty and clover young
woman who had boon bidden to a big
luncheon tho other day found on taking
her placo ut tho table that one of her
neighbors was uu elderly woman and u
total stranger, and that tho other wiih
MIbh lilank, who hadn't an idea in her
head, who know nothing at all and know
it thoroughly. Did my pretty young
woman Hit there and appear stupid mid
spiritless? Not sho. After tho tlmt few
minutes had passed in silence, u bright
ideu struck her. 'Miss lilank,' sho said,
'lot's count. We will look just aa if we
wero talking, and it's ever bo much
easier. When I leave off you begin.'
So sho began in her most vivacious
manner, 'one, two, three, four, live, six,
seven,' then paused und Miss Blank
moriily went on, 'eight nine, ton, cloven,'
and then both ended with u burst of
genuine laughter, und so they continued.
Of course every ono thought they wero
having a jolly good time, und undoubt
edly they were."
A Charily Unit.
Lincoln hua hud two charity balls.
They were very suceseful events, being
liberally patronized by society people,
and reulizlng u considerable- sum for
charitublo purposes. On euch occasion
there wus Bomo of tho usuul tircsomo
talk indulged in, to the effect thut much
of tho money puid for tickets did not go
to charity, but went to puy u&olota
expeiiticH of the ball. Home pemoiiH
maintained that they would rather give
what they hud to gle directly to the
poor. Hut it wiih a noticeable fact in
each instance that not one of those
who made thin objection actually made
a direct contribution at least there Ih
no record of such u thing being done.
However, there Ih something In the
objection Unit Ih ho frequently rained
in legmd to elimlty bulk mid if
present expectations are roiiliocl,
the people of IIiIh city will
be given mi opportunity of attending a
genuine charity ball, the entire gronH
proccedH of which will go directly to the
poor of Urn city. A number of pemoiiH
liiivii iutoioHted IheiiiHolveH In the move
ment, mid it Ih piuMsoil to give an
elaborate charity ball without one cent
of expense, checliH for tickets being
inaile out to Klder Howe, for thebeiietlt
of the pour, (unload or the iiiaiiagetH ot
dm ball. The scheme in now being
discussed with Home interest mid it Ih
possible that some dcllnlto action may
be taken within the next couple ot
Ilu)iil Amuiuiii I'luli.
ThlitymeiubeiHof tholtoyal Aicanuui
participated in a I'miiquot at the Lincoln
hotel Wednesday o onlng. There wiih
no Hot progiam. Eory one had to tell
a story or make an eloquent speech, mid
the foimer altei native was usually
choHoii, There wero hoiiio veiy unique
and Interesting experiences related. The
rat ntory by Mr. 8. E. Monro wiih enpe
daily good, and the sloiy told by Dr.
I'MwiihIh wiih veiy Htartling. Dr. Bailey
acted iih toastimiHtcr.
Prior to the banquet the installation
of olllcom took place In the lodge looms
in the Halter block. Those installed
were: PiihI regent, Mr. John L. Doty;
regent, Mr. C. I) Traphugen; vice regent,
Mr. A. E. Coultou; orator, Mr. A. 11.
Talbot; necretary, Mr. C. L. Richards;
collector, Mr. F. W. Richards; trcamiror,
Mr. Stuart P. Sheam; chaplain, Mr. F.
L. Evertn; guide, Mr. J. Grant; waiden,
Mr. W. W. Glen, sentry, Mr. W. C.
Austin; trustee, Dr. II. R Ilailey.
At the close of tho Installation norviccH
thono ptcHout repaired to the Lincoln
banqueting hall. The table was haud
Homoly decorated with lloweis.
Those present wero: Messrs. John L.
Doty, A. 0. lleenon. O. L. UichardH, W.
S. HulTinan.O. D.Traphagan, Dr. Pee
blpH, Dr. Graham, Dr. Dayton, F. E.
PerkhiH, 0.11. Budge, W. W.Glenn, A.
M. Bi.ird, U. It. Iovo, T. J. UHhor, J. J.
Imhotr, S. P. Sheam, W. R Squire, Dr.
Edwards, F. L. Everts, A. A. Lush, A.
0. Jones, A. E. Carlton, Dr. Bally, S. E.
Moore, Dr. Davis, L. S. Collier, John
Grant, J. A. Austin, P. V. M. Raymond,
1. E. Utt, II. II. Clarknon, Eugene Moore,
A. K. Talbot, C. W. Vamey, Frank
Lauqult, J. A. Foley, Alex Jeten, 11. M.
Leavitt, C. C.Caldwell and W.G. Beach.
Tin. MUm' ('limp ICt-a-t-l va.
MissoH Georgia and Pearl Camp wero
HHsiHted by a number of their joung
lady friends in receiving at tho reni
deuce of their parents, 11 lit K street
from II to 8 p. in. Thono who ansiHied
wore: Miss Ada lleatou, MIhh Blanche
Garten, Miss Nelia Cochran, MIhh Grace
lluutslnger, Miss Maude Uathburn,
MisB AgiieH Sowell, Miss Helen Gregory,
Minn Stella Curtis, Minn Mao Mooio,
Miss Lena Deweene, mid MIhh Emma
Tho house wiih decorated with palma,
holly und carnations.
In the studio in front ot a bank of
palms, punch wuo nerved. Tho light
from a candelabrum gave a subdued
otTect to tho whole.
Tho decorations ot tho dining room
wero jellow and white. Here dainty re
freshments wore served. Miss Georgia
Camp woro white crepe luce und ribbon
trimmings white shoes and long white
Mins Pearl Camp looked charming
in u pale blue silk laco trimmings.
Miss Ada Heutou muslin do-Loio
over white silk ribbon trimmings, long
Mies Nelia Cochruno woro a blue
gown, white luco trimmings, whitegloves
Miss Grace lluutslnger cream
Henrietta. Satin trimmings mid lace,
long white gloves.
Miss BlunchoGurtcn white tulle over
white satin ribbon trimmings.
Miss Lonu Doweeso pink shot b11'
gown with a profusion of laco.
Mins Maud Uathburn woro a dainty
creation of white china silk.
Miss May Mooro muslin do Loio
over cream silk with rich laco trim
mings. Miss Emma Sherwood pink silk
draped with gray tulle, steel trimmings,
Miss Agnes Sowell yellow silk und
MIbs Helen Gregory wore u quaint
gown of figured organdy with old rose
Miss Stella Curtis woro a charming
yellow empire gown, long whitegloves.
Tho second danco glvon by tho
Patriarchs occurred Wednesday evening
ut tho Lansing, mid it proved to bo one
of tho moBt delightful parties of tho
season. Tho Putriurchs ure u very con
gonial uBsembly, und tho dunces given
by this organization are ulwas marked
by their cordiality. Thoao present
woro: Messrs, und MeBdames S. H. Bui n
hum.C. II. Gere.lt. H, Oukloy. W. B.
Ogden, A. S. Raymond, L. 0. Richards,
J. B. Wright, 0. E. Yules, MeBdames
C. U. Duwcb, E. P. Holmes, R. O.
I'hillipH, I M. Raymond, .1. It. Clark,
Mlnses Clark, Bertie Clark, Margaret
Dlark, I'lla Ituy iiidikI, Haruh Harris,
Katharine Weston, Alexander, of
Omaha, lllymeyer, of Cincinnati,
MoHHrs T. M. CH)k, Beman Dawen,
0. A. Ilannu, Wllllan Stull, I). G. Wing,
Will Raymond, G. P. Faucon, and Dr.
A NfW Vciir'n Menu.
Mr. Stuart Shears, of the Hotel Lin
coin, displayed artistic tanto in tho pre
paratlou of the menu for New Year'n
day at the hotel. Tho card wiih
specially designed, mid on the second
page wiih tho following appropriate
quotation fioin Cotton:
Wliy xliiiiilil n I lien Mimnrl or four
'lliuiullnmiri'iiiif ii Jciir,
Ho Hiiiili'M upon tin tlm Hrtt morn
Anil Hpi'iiki il kciocI lis noon nit Inirn)
I'liiKiiiMin't I tlin limt wiih III cikiiihIi,
'I III riinniit lint iniikn lii'tler proof :
Or, nl tlin wiiml, im we liniflli'il HiroiiKli
'I lin IiikI.wIi) ho wo limy thin looj
Anil (lieu llintiexl in rrnaon hIiou'iI
tin niiin'rnrri'llcnlly kooiI.
The menu wiih iih follows:
HiiimII 1'nllli'H Iteiitialxmico
OlIvi'M nii OnliiMH t Hnil Inlioc
I'lli't of llciliiniiprr Noruiiiiiilit
Itoiint I'riliiu IUIiimiI Href
miihIiimI I'oIiiIoih Ciinllllowor
ntiiitf Tnrke) with Clii'vlnut 1)iimiii
linked Smpi'I I'ol nt ocm Aiiiiirniiik
.Si.(tliri'iulH I'lipm I'i'lll I'nla
Comiiotenf I'rult (.'niitiiio
I'riilrli. Clilrkcii l.iinlnl ( nrrnnt Jelly
1'ri'nli l.olirttvr Mii)oiiiiniiit l.uttuce
IlimlUli 11 mil I'luliliiiK Until nnil llriimly Sutice
Milirn I'll) I.rlllllll MitIiiKIIO I'ill
t.iiirolii Motel Ion Crniini AniortiMl ('ikvn
1'Ikb NiiIh nnil KmIhIiiu Coiifect toncrj
Itoiinefort, IMmim mill I'reiiin Cliccau
Nr Year'n lHiiniM'.
There wero many hiiiiiII and informal
gatheringH on Now Year's day, ono of
the most delightful of which wiih a
handsome, dinner party given by Mr.
John T. Dorgau, Mr. II. R. Krug, Mr.
B. G. Dawen, Dr. Palmer and Mr. W. II.
Robinson. The dinner, which wiih
most elaborate and elegantly nerved,
wiih given at the residence of Mr. mid
Mm. W. S. Htiirmmi, ll.'ll K street.
riioguoHte wero: MIhh Jeauetto Wil
son, MIhh Lylo Alexander, of Omaha,
Misn Fay MarHhall, Mins Anno Funko,
and Miss Nauon Lillibridgo. After the
dinner the gentleman mid their gueMs
attended tho phantom party given by
the Empire club ut tho Lansing.
New Vciii'b It 'itloiin.
One of the most largely attended re
ceptions of tho Benson was the one given
by the Young Men's Christian associa
tion in its handsome building on Now
Year's day from .'I to 7 p. in., especially
for men. Nearly one thousand people
wero present to enjoy tho hospitality
and general cordiality extended on this
occasion. Light refienhments wero
served by tho luilics of the churches
and excellent quartet music and violin
hoIoh wero rendered during tho after
noon. skul Iiik Purly.
The following composed a merry skat
ing party at Salt Lako Satutday even
ing: MesHrH. F. S. Burr, R. M. Joyce,
W. F. Kelloy, W. B. Robinson, John
Dorgun, L. W. Mmshall, Dr. Palmer, B.
G. Dawen; MiBneH Bertio Burr, Fay
Marshall, Nellio White, Lucy Giilllth,
Jeannotto Wilson, Lylo Alexander, of
Omaha, Olive Latta, Anno Funko, Mumo
Unison, Mr. and Mis. F. C. Howo.
Mr. S. J. Whitmoro, who Iiub been
chief clerk ot tho Hotel Lincoln since it
wus first opened three yems ugo, has
sovered his position with tho hotel, und
departed from Lincoln for Chicago and
Jacksonville, Mich. It is understood
that ho is to bo married ut tho latter
place some timo next week. Ho will
then go to Culifomiu. Mr. Whitmoro
has been connected with hotel interests
in this city for muny years, and ho in
a thoroughly competent, und always
titrable gentleman. Ho hits hundreds of
of friends all over tho west.
A number of friends woro vory
pleasantly entertained Monday evening
January 1, at the residence of Mr. mid
Mm. Kent, 20W S street. Music wiib a
feature of tho evening. Among those
present wero: Misses Jessio Turtelot,
Eva Pratt, Anna und Esther KentT
Jessie Decker, Jessio and Mabel
Crompton, MeBsors Harry Peebles, A. W.
Lane, Charles G Kont, Fred Kent.
Charles Burns, Charles Talmago, Lyn
Treeman and A llobsou.
Miss Mario Marshull and Lucy
Grilllth recelvod their friends at the
honuiof Miss Gritllth, 010 noi IhSht'ei.th
street from il to 0 o'clock and Misses
CiiBtor, StovenBon, Tylor mid Perry re
received ut tho homo of Miss Castor,
lOft'l J street from .'1 to 8 o'clock.
Tho seventh annual reception and
ball of capital lodgo No. 170, brothor
hood of railway trainmon, wiib held at
Templo hull Monday evening. Elnbo.
rate preparations had been mado mid
thoro wus u good uttondunco.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Bonnell and
family, of Chicago, spent Now Year's
day with Mr. und Mrs. Frost in this city.
Mrs. Frost is n duughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Muxwoll who Iiub been
visiting her purouts, Mr. and Mrs. O.
U. Oukloy, for tho past mouth, loft Sun
day for her homo iu South Bond Wash,
Mrs. J. W. Cutrlght returned to Lin
o )ln Sunday evening after tin ubsonco of
four mouths spent iu Washington. D.
C, Chicago und Omahu.
There will bo an importunt businon
meeting ot tho Pleusunt Hour club ut
the otllco of tho WhltobrciiHt Coal and
Lime Co., Monday noon.
A delightful card party was given
New Year's ovoning at tho resldenco of
Mr. and Mm. Overton, KViT) south
Tho Young Women's Christian ris
Hoclatiou also received a largo number
of friends iu their rooms on tho sumo
Mr. ami Mm. Howell of tho conser
vatory of music spent New Year'n day
with friends lu Omaha.
Mr. Daniel Zoolc, of Farr.igut la., will
spend tho winter with bin nephew, Dr.
A. L. Hoover in thin city.
Miss Mario Hoover has returned from
a pleusunt visit with friends in Nobruska
MIsh Lillian Overstreot spent the
liolidayH at her homo in Arborvillo, Nob,
Mr. Edward Sharp, of Omaha, visited
relatives Iu thin city hint week.
Mm. J. 0. SeacroHt spent New Year's
day in 'J'ecuinseli.
Mr. Charles L. Burr was in Omaha
Now Year's day.
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