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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1897)
Dr. O. 0. Keynolds
o TO! W. L. Dayton, M. D. jom. 1205 o street noto i
fDisexses of Eye, Ear, None and Throat I Res. 1821 C Street J2S to
g Social and Personal p
IDr. J. H. Tyndale
f NOSE AND THROAT
J Office, rooms 9 and 10.
j Lansing Theatre
IDr. S. B. Cook
f Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat (
9 to 11:30 am
1315 O St.
Dr. Ben j. P. Bailey
j Office. Zehrung Block
( Residence. 1313 C street
1 9 to 10 a iu
12 to 12:30
J 2 to 4 p
Dr. R. B. Gif fen
t Office, Telephone Bid... J 2 to 5 p m ;
Va m fay ap
( Residence, 1821 F street ) pointment.
IRuth M. Wood, M. D.
Diseases of Women.
( Office, Rich&rds Bidg-.,
J cor. 11th and O ats.
I Beside nee, 336 ao 13th.
o Ml IDr. J.S.Eaton, t
Rsidence..!62 ) Surgery ana Nerrous Disease, I
Office, 137 So. Ilth St.
I 2 to 4 p. m
J Hours 10 to
i H. S. Aley, M. D.
r Female, ncrrons & peni to-urinary
1 I Hours 9 to 12
yuiiice, 1145 u street..... ( z to a, i to
IDr. J. B. Triokey,
f Refractionist only
I 19 to 12
VOffice, 1035 O street I to 4 p.
DR. E. J. ANGLE. J Office Alexander bile. 14C0
oiun bdu ueniu-u'auiary jsuvoscs.
Facial blemisbe removed
O St.. rooms 7. 8. 9.
( Bes. cor 26th and N Sts.
a) to 4 p.m.
Drs. Kearns & Ellis, j
1134 O st. over West
ern Union Tele-
I Dr. Clifford R. Tef f t, J
f Dentist. (
1127 O Street.
1 . . . -. n I Office, room 26. 27 and 1
' Office 530. J-LOUiS N. Wente.D.D.S.- I. Brownell Block, 137 V
) I so Uth street. J
Dr. J. S. McNay
j Office, 1105 O street IS to 12 am O
t Residence, S308T strwet 1 1 to5 p m
Dr. P. D. Sherwin
I Office, room 19 Burr 111k ) 9 to l:
to 5 p. m
J. M. GUILE,
Reel Estate and Ins. Gen. Exchange Business
Ladies' black kangaroo calf coin toe bal at $2.50
Ladies' brown Titan calf, coin toe ball, 3.
Mens' box calf, coin toe ball 3.
Mens' seal train coin toe ball 3.
Perkins Ae Sheldon, 1120 O St.
Wednesday evening, Nov. 3
Iurike Opera Hous
A large reception waB held in Omaha
last Friday afternoon, from 4 to C o'clock,
at the residence of Mrs. J. E. Baum, for
her aunt, Mrs. Carl Funke, and Bister,
M.-s. Chatles Burr. Shades were drawn
a'jd the house illuminated and decorat
ed throughout, the receiving rooms in
palms and Bmilaz. American beauties
adorned the refreshment table. Mrs.
Baum was assisted by Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
Wheeler, Mrs. Wattles, Mrs. Chase, Mrs.
Kirkendall, Mrs. Holdrege, Mrs. Crit
tenden, Mrs. Dave Baum, Miss Hime
baugh, Miss Baum, and Miss Alexander.
Mrs. Davis and Miss Himebaugh served
the ices in the dining room, and Mrs.
Wheeler poured ta in the Turkish cor
ner of the large hall.
The "baby party" given on Friday
afternoon, of last week by Mrs. John B.
Wright, was charmingly unique. Four
teen babies were entertained and about
twenty five grown people, the latter the
mothers and friends of the children pres
ent. One baby was fortunately attend
ed by its mother, two grandmothers and
a great-grandmother. The parlors were
profusely decorated with roeep, and the
refreshments sprvad at small tables.
Each youthful guest waspressnted with
a celluloid ball upon its arrival, and all
afternoon, good humor and happiness
reigned supreme, in babyland. The
following guests were present:
Mrs. Griffith and Aileen. ITrs. Max
well and Oakley, Mis. Aitkin and Wil
liam, Mrs. Brumaugh and Richard of St
Lcuis, Mrs. Inkster and George, Mrs.
Ross Curtice and Helen, Mrs. Frank
Woods with the twins Thomas and
Henry, Mrs. Johh McDonald and Don
ald, Mrs. W. C. Wilson and Howaid,
Mrs. Ladd and Sarah, Mrs. Ward and
Cecilia, Mrs. Smyser and Fred Hawley,
Mrs. Swett, Mrs. Smyser of Boston,
Mrs. Hawley, Mrs. O. R Oakley, Mrs.
Yatee, Mrs. McDonald of New York,
Mies Smith of Kansas, Mrs. D. .
Thompson, Mrs. A. B. CrofTrotb, Mrs.
BuckEt3T and Mrs. Lippincott. Mr.
CofTiotb, Mr. Buckstaff and Mr.
Wright joined the ladies at tea.
her mother. Between the hours of three
and six the tiny gue6ts entertained
themselves with the little tojs which
were given to each as a souvenir. 1 he
bright toys, dainty gowns and happy
faces of the children made a beautiful
picture. When the guests were ready
to leave, little Fred was at the door to
say "bye-bye" to each guest. The guests
Frank Woods, Resin Welch,
George Woads, Latta,
Miss Sallio Furnas is specJing
week in Brownville.
Mrs. George Fawell is in Chicago.
This afternoon, Mrs. N. B. Ward and
Mrs. O. Mohrenstechcr will give a recep.
tion at the home of the latter for Mra
Robertson, Mrs. Ward's mother, of Chi
cago. The chief decorationg will be pink
roses and palms. The dining room will
be decorated with white, .the table de
corations white drawn-work and cut
gUse. Mieses Mame and Rose Carson,
Maude Rieser, Katherine Odell and
Mrs. Wolcott will assist in serving. A
mandolin quartet will be stationed in the
upper hall to furnish music during the
Mr. and Mrs.R. B. Grabam are enter
taining their daughter Mrs. Weeds, and
grand-daughter Olive Graham Weeds,
of Chicago. They expect to remain
Last night Mies Margaret and Mr.
Burt Whedon gave a party at heir home
on nineteenth and D streets. The earlier
part of the evening was spent in amuse
ments suitable to Hallowe'en. The lat
ter part of the evening was spent in danc
ing. The guests were:
HargreavcB, Ellen Gere,
MRS- CHARLES K. URQUHART, soprano
MR CHARLES HAGENOW, violinist.
Prices 25c, 50, 75, 1.
Margaret Winger, Emily Weeks,
Florence Winger, Frances Gere.
Ade!oyd Whiting, Laura Houtz,
Clara Hammond, Frances Maule,
Cora Cropsey, Helen Welch,
Floience Maule, Emma Outcalt,
Mabel Richard?, Jessie Lansing,
BarUctt, ' Russell,
Mies Patterson, a Gamma Phi Beta
from Northwestern, is vuiting her
cousin, Miss Walker.
Mrs. Fred Smyeer gave a baby party
I r her son, Frederick Hawley SmjBer,
on Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mr. Thomas Creigh is down from
Omaha to attend the football game thin
Dr. H. M. Everett returned from Chi
cago Tuesday morning.
Mrs. W. Rush Gillan from Pen
nsylvania is visiting relatives in the
Miss Charlotte Clarke returned from
- Ohio last week after a visit of several
months with relatives and friends.
Miss Mao Burr left last Saturday for
New York City where she will spend the
winter with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Shel
don. Miss Burr goes for the specific
purpose of training her voice. She will
be greatly missed by sociely in Lincoln.
Mrs. N. K. Griggs and daughter, have
gone to New York City where Miss
Griggs will spend the winter in the
study of music.
Mrs. W. E. Phillips and son Frank,
have n turned from a two months visit
in Cadiz, Ohio.
Mrs. Sarah F. Harris returned on
Wednesday from a visit to her sons in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall and Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Wilson haye issued cards
for a reception to be held next Friday
evening at the home of the former in
honor or Prof, and Mrs. Geo. Howard of
Palo Alto, California.
On Monday evening, Misses Lillian
and May Dorrington of Falls City,
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