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HE nutnhor of pooplo in Boolety In
Lincoln who observe Lent in miuiII,
very hiuhII; but there ure h few
wiio do no for fiiahlonnblo rcRRonn only,
, to rent und recuorHte. There in noth
ing connected with tho clr.irch thiit in
no generally nbusM nn Lent. In fact
Lent, llko charity, covers u multitudes of
ninn ,1 am surprised that tho iHtont
eastern fad han not made its appearanco
, in Lincoln, and I wonder who will ho tho
lint to Introduce it -tho wearing of
chnmoloonB or nalaniadorn an ornaments
to a droew. They, are attached to tho
cloth by gold chainn. In nomo eantern
cities tho nocioty for tho prevention of
Cruelty to animals bus taken tho cham
eleon question in hand, and tho women
havo been compelled to remove the slimy
things Until this Reason there has
l)oon a mnro or less pronounced disposi
tion on tho part of tho "university peo
ple," as they arc called, to Hock together,
and thoy havo mingled but slightly with
more common people. This winter,
howovor, thoro has been a chango in tho
attitudo of tho members of tho univer
sity circle, that is, tho faculty and at
taches. Thoy havo joined "outsldo"
dancing and card clubs, and in tho words
I of n young woman who rocontly com
mented on this subject, thoy aro "getting
' very gay.'" Society is distinctly tho
gainer by tho admission of thoso people
' Another rather romarkable symp
tom of Bocioty this winter istheun
( bending of tho people who havo hereto
fore attondod dances occasionally, but
i who never danced. Tho dancing craze
i has reached out in all directions. It
'' sounds a little surprising, but it is true,
that tho most numerous and enthu
siastic class of dancers this season
has been, not tho young
and giddy sot, but tho Bcdato papas and
mammas and in nome cases, I boliovc,
tho grandmammas and grandpapas.
Pooplo havo danced this season who
never danced before, and what is known
as the "older sot' bus had a very gay
time of it. Tho young people do not at
tempt anything but tho waltz and schot
tischo and rolka and landers, with an
occasional Nowport or rye; but tho sen
iors aro learning all tho new dances.
Thoro never was hlf as much dancing
in Lincoln lis there has been this winter
The manner in which overy news
paper in the city promptly and emphati
cally paid its respects to "Toby Rex"
for his coarse remarks concerning Miss
Jeanetto Wilson' appearance at the
Irish musicalo must have been gratify
ing to that young lady. Even tho
, Journal had its say Tho pooplo
who enjoy going to weddings will have
some occupation this spring. There
will bo at least two or three in which so
ciety will bo interested. For instanco
there's but Whist Iuib no end
of enthusiastic dovotecs. Tho young
womou who play whist aro divided into
two olasscBs thoso who liko to play with
Mr. W. F. Kelloy, and thoso who do not.
Tho latter say that he plays -so beauti
fully that ho makes thorn nervous
Quito a flutter was rocontly caused in
socioty in Now York by tho sudden ap
pearance of Edward Parker Deacon in
, tho world of fashion. Mr. Deacon at
tended tho Patriarch's ball and promen
aded with Mrs. Paran Stevens, but did
not danco. J. Coleman Drayton iu also
evincing a disposition to roenter society
The ceremonies and festivities at
the state university thb week had a
most enlivening effect, in fact thoy fur
nished about all there was of social
activity. The junior prcmenado at tho
capitol last ovoning was tho most bril
liant affair of its kind in university an
nals It liUBbeen said that Mr. T.
H. Benton and family woro going to
resido in Chicago. Mr. Bonton states
that Buch is not tho case Ho will bo
away with Mrs. Bonton for some months
but their absence will only bo tempor
Tlitt Unit entity Celebration.
The University of Nebraska celebrat
ed its twenty-fifth anniversary this wtek,
tho exorcises commencing Wednesday
evoning and closing last night. In hon
or of the event tho city was guily decor
ated with bunting and streamers, and
tho univorelty colors, scarlet and cream,
wero to be soon on every hand. Tho
town was full of visitors, and tho cele
bration was a most pronounced success
in overy particular.
OIIAUTKU DAY KXEUUIHKH.
Thursday morning at tho Lansing
theatre addressee woro delivered by
Governor Crounso, Mayor Weir and
others, and there was an interesting
program consisting of music and re
miniscences by members of the legisla
ture of twenty-five years ago, and citi
zens. TICK HKOKI'TION THUliSDAY.
From 2 to o'clock Thursday after
noon tho university buildings woro
thronged with visitors, there being a
general reception to tho regents, gradu
ates, old students, students of tho pres
ent year, guests of the university, and
citizens. The following received
in different departments of tho univer
sity r Mrs. Cunilold, Mrs, Morrill, 'Mrs.
Sherman, Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. LeeB.Mrs,
Fosslor, Mrs. A. M. Wilson, Mrs. House,
Miss Conklin, Miss Josephine Tremain,
Mrs. Bdgron, Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Fling,
Mrs. Hodgman, Mrs. Davis, Miss Mary
Tremain, Miss Johnson. MIbh Jones, Miiw
Hopor, Miss Florence Smith, Mlm
Tuttle, Mm. Manning, Misn Parker,
Minn Uatlmur, Mrn Adams, Mrs. Bates,
Minn Blair, Mm. Bowen, Miss Wilder,
Miss Pound, Mrn. Reese, Mm. Wilson,
Mm. Webster, Mm. Bobbins, Mm.
Broady, Mrs. Watson and other ladles of
tho law faculty, Ex-Chancellor Benton,
Ex-Chancellor Fairileld, MIbh Ellon
Smith, Professor Hitchcock. Ex.-Regent
(lore, and ex-members of tho faculty and
ox-regents; assisted by Mrs. Dales, Mm.
Field, Mrs. Core and Mm. Stowart, Mm.
Denscy, Mm. Ingomoll, Mm. Durlxnir,
Mm. Bruner. Mrs. Allen, Mm. Brauco,
Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Richards, Mm. Card,
Mm. Fetors. Mm. Hampaon, Mm. Nich
olson, Mrs. Lloyd, Miss Bonton, Mlns
Booso. Tho members of the Y, W. C.
A. received in union hall from .'I o'clock
to fi. '
Governor Crounso and staff and tho
stuto officers held a rccoption in Grant
Memorial hall from 3 o'clock to 4:.T0.
Wednesday evening an Interesting
entertainment was given in tho chapel
by tho literary societies (o an audience
that crowded the hall. Thoro wan
music by tho university cadot band, and
songs by tho Friday Night Glee club
with scenes as follows: "Tho Typical
Student," "Disciples of Hercules," "Tho
Welkin Wrung," "Tho Welkin Ring
ing," "Our Doar Professors," "Going
Through tho Mill," MIbj Maude Ham
mond gavo n piano boIo.
IMtOKKHSOIt IIOWAKD'h ADDKKHH.
Thursday ovoning at tho Lanslnir tho.
atro, Profossor Goorgo E. Howard, of
Leland Standford univorelty, formerly
of tho University of Nebraska, delivered
an address on "Tho West and tho Amer
ican Public University." A musical
program was also rendered and degrees
Miss Joy Webster and members of tho
Delta Gamma fraternity gavo a rccop
tion Thursday evening at her residence,
1315 N Btreet.
As a part of tho general program tho
students presented scones from tho
Greek playB "Antlgono" and "Eloktra,"
and tho Latin students gavo a version of
"Captivi," at tho Lansing theatre yes
terday morning. Miss Grace Morgan,
Miss Maud Hammond, Mr. Alan Fling
and Mr. James A. Canfiold appeared in
'Antigono,-" and Miss Gortrudo LawB
and Miss Maude Hammond imperson
ated Elektva and Chvyimteini in "Elok
tra." In "Captivi" tho following ap
peared: Mr. 0. J. Elmore, Mr. C. F.
Tucker, Mr. J. W. Dixon, Mr. N. C.
Abbott, Mr. A., J. Weaver, Mr. W. W.
WoodB, Mr. J. P. Beardsley, Mr. R A.
Jones. Tho presentations woro under
tho direction of Mrs. C. B. Manning, Dr.
James T. Lees and Professor G. E. Bar
ber. Professor Mcnzo'ndorf trained tho
choruB and MIbb Ray E. Manloy rondor
od valuable assistance in tho preparation
of tho plajB.
At tho Lansing theatre Friday morn
ing in addition to the plays tho students
rendered tho following program:
Muilc, "Scnrlot nml Croam," Unlvoriitr
, (Jloo Club
Latin S-.lutntory Mancnret L. Hall. '88
Oration. "A Quarter of Centurr."
.. V'wifif : ;;!. W.Qualntnnco, WJ
Mimic, "Uoilu llocca," UnlTonlty Mandolin
urauon,"Man or mem ,..r, t. Tucker, 91
Music. "Tho Huntinn Chorus." rituhln Iliuull
Do Kovon,, University (lloo Club
uration, "individuality,"....!, li.llatllold, '
Miulc. I'Hnln. Hulnl" Funirst. University
There was an exhibition drill in tho
armory at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
At 5 o'clock Friday afternoon the
Alumni held a reunion in tho chapol
and at 0 o'clock Professor Fosaler de
livered the annual alumni address.
The Alinuul llanquet.
Nearly four hundred pooplo wero
present at tho Almuni banquet hold in
Armory hall last night. It was a most
distinguished gathering and ono of tho
most notablo in tho history of the state.
The hall of tho house of representa
tives whs beautifully decorated last
ovoning, tho predominating colors being
Bcarlot and cream, and tho hall was filled
with a largo and brilliant assombly, tho
occasion being the Junior Promenade,
which was tho closing event.of the week
in university circles. -There wbb a largo
number of prominent people present, in
cluding stuto ofllccrs. Music was fur
nished by tho stuto orchestra, and tho
dancng was continued into tho morn
ing hours. It wus ono of tho most
charming and delightful dunces that
has boon given in Lincoln.
Members of tho senior and junior
clasBscB of tho high r school, and their
friends were received by tho members
of tho class of 'OB iji union hall last
night from 8 to 11.
Mrs. Frank Hull gavo a largo rccep
tlon Thursday afternoon in tho parlors of
tho Grand hotel, in honor of Mrs Kath
orino B. Wadsworth of Council Bluffs,
Iowa, MIbb Marguorito Arnold, Miss
Minnie Gaylord und MIbb Murio Hoover,
tho musicians who participated in tho
musicalo at tho Contra! Church of
Christ Wednesday evening.
The Tuxodo mandolin club rendered a
number of excellent selections during
Vulval I ut Tarty,
Miss Gortrudo Smith, of Soutli,, Lin
coln, gavo a charming valentine party
Wednesday ovoning. There wero cob
webs to unwind, severed portions of
hearts to be matched, etc. Partners for
tho evening wero secured by the last
i3A1MJLIA.V IVtOlJCIJVO COURIER
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are signs of weakness. Don't watt until you
are weaker and nearer Consumption. Begin
at once with
of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime
and soda. It strengthens the Lungs, cures
Coughs and Colds, and builds up the system.
Physicians the world over, endorse it.
Wattlnc Diteatet of Children art ipttdlly eurad by SCOTT'S
EMULSION. It stop watte and makat ehlldran fat and healthy.
Prepared by Soott A lownt, N. V. Druggists sell It.
named process, After lefreshmoutH
wero served there wero two minute dis
cussions on a number of interesting sub
jects. Thoso present weio: Misses Clara
Bryant, Imogen Clinton, Mary Oun
ninghnm, Grnco Thompson, Eva Mead
owb, Laura McGrccr, Louie McGreer,
Gortrudo Ablott; Messrs Will Cook,
Clara King, John Love, John McGrow,
Stephen Corey, T. J. Cunningham,
Hlgntn (Jill Hop.
Alpha Epsllon chaptor of Sigma Chi
fraternity gavo another delightful hop
In their hall, 1132 N Btreot, last Friday
ovoning. The rooms wore beautifully
decorated in blue und gold, tho frater
nity colors, and scarlet and croam, tho
collego eclom. Thoro wbb a profusion
of Binilax and carnations. Thoso pres
ent woro: MIbbcb Burks, Rissor, Sowoll,
Seacrcst, Winger, Moore, Griffith,
Garten, Whiting, Janet Undorwood,
Mary Undorwood, Nellio Lau, FiBke,
Shaw, Harloy, Roberts, Cochrane, Gay
lord, Kelloy, Burnham; Messrs. Dixon,
Pnl If, Packard, AndrowB, Mallalicu,
Rissor, Hebard, Frank, Young, Shannon,
Langworthy, Bert Wheeler, Low, Kelloy,
Saxton, Cullen, Duff, Bulla, Harloy,
DoBravo, Lewis, Lioutenaut Pershing,
Professor Owen and Professor White.
The party was chaperoned by Mr. and
Mm. M. E. Wheeler and Professor and
Tho Round Table club met Monday
ovoning at tho residence of Mr. (Ionry
E. Lewis. Tho subject under discussion
wbb municipal government. Thoso pres
eht wero: Mr. E. E. Brown, Mr. Albert
Watkinn. Mr. C. G. Dawes, Mr. W. B.
Morrison, Dr. F. D. Crim, Dr. Hill, Pro
fessor Strong, Mr. W. Morton Smith,
Rov. E. H. Chapin and Mr. H. M. Bush
Mrs. Calla Phillips ontortained a few
friends Saturday ovoning in honor of tho
teachers and training clasn of tho city
kindergarten schools. TIioho present
wero: MIbh Mary II. Barker, Miss Ben
Bio Whitmoro, MIbb Mary Hamilton,
Miss Elizabeth Shuto, Miss Gortrudo
Mosloy, MIbb Nellio Lavorty, MIbb Vinlo
Beach, Miss May Phllpott, Miss Lizzie
Smith, Miss Bordort, Miss Eckhardt,
Miss Whitman, Miss Newberry, MIbh
Ida McNuir und Mrs. Beccham.
Pleasant lllrtlulay Tarty,
Mrs. Do Mott Smith ontortained a
small party of happy children Saturday
afternoon at tho Lindoll hotel, in honor
of tho sixth birthday of her littlo son
Watson. Tho room was prettily deco
rated in pink and a tempting luncheon
was Berved. Thoso present woro: Louiso
Hoover, Vera Nobbs, Helen Liiwb, Cleo
Moore, Prudence Gibson, Paul Yutes,
Thomas Ewing, Alox Gibson, Clyde
Nobbs, Ned Sono and CarliBlo Smith.
Olympic WliUt Club.
The Olympic Whist club was ontor
tained in a delightful mnnncr Thursday
ovoning of last wook by Miss Grace L.
Ashton at her homo, 740 J street. Tho
guests wero: Miss Josephine Lottridgo,
Miss Sadio Graham, Miss Helen Hoover,
MIbb Ada Hcaton, Miss Ethel Hooper,
Miss Fannio Rector, Miss Maud Shaw,
MIsh Emma Sherwood, Mr. Harry
Evans, Mr. Homer Honeywell, Mr. Park
Garroutte, Mr. Harry Harloy, Mr.
Arthur Walsh, Mr, Harry Goupe, Mr.
Frank Kitchen, Mr. Goorgo Johnston,
Mr. Arda Chapman and Mr. Wilson
Mr. Clarence C. Flotchor and Miss
Floronco J. Wilson woro united in mar
riage Monday at tho residence of Mr.
and Mrs. P. S. Chapman, 1127 Huff
ntroot, Dr. O. A. Williams performing
tho ceremony. Mr. Flotchor Ib well
known in this city. Ho hits rocontly
beon apjKiintcd to a responsible position
in tho agricultural collego at Pullman,
Wash., where Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher will
make their home. Tho bride is a sister
of Mm. Chapman and tho daughter of
Mr. and Mm. J. J, Wilson, of Chicago,
who formerly resided in Lincoln.
Hunt Time WliUt Club.
MIbb Hullio Hooper entertained tho
Hard Times Whist club Saturday ovon
ing. Thoso present wore; MIbh Anno
Funko, Miss Mao Burr, Miss Bertio
Clark, Miss Nellio White, Miss Fay
Marshall, Miss Jeanetto Wilson, MIbb
Janet Underwood, Misn Rachel Brock,
Mr, Low Marshall, Mr. W. F. Meyer,
Mr. F. W. Houtz, Mr. 0. Y. Smith, Mr.
Frank S. Burr, Mr. R. M. Joyco, Mr,
John T. Dorgan, Professor Owen, Mr.
Charlos L, Burr.
A delightful conceit wus given at thn
Central Church of Christ, Wednesday
evening for thn benefit of tho Y. M. C,
A. Mrs. Katherino B, Wndmvorth, of
Council BIiiITh, formerly of this city,
Miss Gnlorcl, Dr. Eddy, Professor Hag
enaw, Miss Arnold, Miss Marie Hoover
and Mr. J. H. Sims contributed to the
program. Selections wero also given by
tho Tuxedo Mandolin club.
MisH Daisy Robinson, of Chicago, sis
ter of Mrs. John B. Wright, of this city,
died Tuesday evening at San Antonio,
Texan. Mrn. Wright hudjicon with her
nister for some weeks and was present
at her doath. Misn Robinson wan well
known iu this city, having visited here
frequently, and aim wiih universally ad
mired. Thoro- wan a merry sleighing party
Tuesday evening composed of the fol
lowing: Mr. Frank S. Burr, Mr. Low
Marshall, Mr. dairies L. Burr, Mr.
Mattnon Baldwin, Minn Ruche) Brock,
MittB Anno Funko, Misn Mao Burr, MIbb
Nellie White, MIsh Olive Latta, Mm. L.
Professor L. A. Sherman cloned 1i1b
serioB of lectures on "Cymbolino" ut tho
university chapol Monday ovoning.
Next Monday ho will begin the discus
sion of "A Winter's Tale." Theno loc
hires are open to tho public.
Mr. T. E. Wing, who has boon at
Speurflsli, S. D., engaged in railroad
work, camo homo to attend tho exercises
at the stuto university this wook. Mr.
Wing contemplates remaining in the
Mr. W. E. Hardy, Prof. Fosfllor Gates
Pros, of Iowa Collego and Presldont
Harper of the University of Chicago
addrosBcd tho high school students at
Y. M. C. A. hall'Thumduy aftornooi.
MIbb Almeua Parker of this city, and
: Mr. G. E. McDonald, of Geneva, will bo
married February 27,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yates ontortained
a fow friondn very pleasantly Wednesday
ovoning, tho occasion being an informal
A pound party for tho benefit, of tho'
jKior was given at tho residence of Dr.
and Mrs. A. L. Manchester hint ovoning.
Messrs F. W. Brown, K. K. Hnydon,
l L. P. Young, F. E. Hill and H. C. Holt
, left Wednesday for Houston, Texan.
Tho Pythian sisterhood gavo an on
joyablo masquerade ball at CiiBtlo hall
MIbb Ollvo Latta, Misn Bortio Burr
I und Mine Maine Cnrson returned from
MIbb Lulu White, of Pluttnmouth and
MisB Phillip! of Omaha, are tho guests
of Mrs. Yaten.
( Prof. George E. Howard or California
renewed old ucuiilntunccH in thin city
There will bo a general Chuutuuquu
reunion at tho Y. M. C. A. hall Tuesday
Mrn. Samuol Shears and daughter,
Minn Leila, mndo a brief visit to Denver
Tho Coinun club guo a masquorudo
party Thursday night in tho Halter
Tho Empire club gavo a very enjoy
able party Saturday evening at tho Lan
!ng. Mn. Cora K. Pitcher will bo "at homo"
Friday ovoning, February 2.'!.
Mib. E, E. Brown and Mm. C. Thomp
son left Monday for Chicago.
MesnrB W. H. am) Robert Dorgan left
Tuesday for Texas.
Mr Ed. A. Church returned Monday
Minn Fay Marshall wan an Omaha vis
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