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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1897)
Catherine Sedgwick of York and Flor- Mrs. P. W. Kelloy gave a dinner on chest nil concerts, of which the first the audience. Tho play dragH mitorably
once McGahoy of Lincoln were welcom- Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Brunough two will be nonular in their irener.il in the third act and is not brightened
ed into tho Pi Beta Phi fraternity. The of St. Louis, who has been visiting Mrs.
initiation took place at tho home of Mis- D. E. Thompson The guests were:
sea &nm and Lennie Stewart, 25th and Mesdames
R streets. After the initiates had been
led through all the mysteries of Pi Phi,
the members Eat down to a banquet
which had been prepared for them. A
generous supply of roEes testified to the
good wishes of Alpha Theta Chi and
Kappa Sigma. The members present
. Edna Carscadden,
Married on Tuesday evening October,
2Gtb, Miss Harriet L. Warfield to Dr.
F. W. Tucker, at the residence of the
bride's father, Rev J. W. Warfield, ono
of tho old settlers in these parts.
At 8 o'clock the bride and groom, at
tended by Miss Myrta Perkins as brides
maid and W. K. Tultlo as groomsman,
W. B. Hargreave?, Ogden,
David A. Campbell,
The members of the '"Patiiarchs''
held a business nuethg at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Funke on Tueadav
evening, and elected tho following of
ficers for the ensuing year.
President Mrs. S. II Burnbam
Vice-PreeiJent Dr. John White
Treasurer. . ...' D. G. Wing.
Secretary Dr. T. L. Lyon
Master of Ceremonies. . . Dr. C. F. Ladd.
Mrs. W. B. Ogden, Prof. Geo. E.
Barbour and the president ex-officio.
On NovemIer twelfth at the Lincoln
hotel, the ladle's society of the Holy
Trinity church, will give an entertain
ment at the Lincoln, at which the rec
tor, Rev. Percy Silver will speak of his
travels and Mrs. Lippincott and Mrs.
Silver will sing.
Mr. Dave Burks of Fairbury is in the
city visiting friends.
Mr. Jim Burks of Beatrice will attend
the football game today.
Mrs. D. B. Cropeey of Fairbury, is
visiting Mrs-Charle3 M. Keefer.
The Pleasant Hour Club has been re
organized for the coming season with
Mr. L. W. Marshall, president: Mrs.
character, the third concert will lie by Iho appearanco of tome cf the cotn-
devoted to symphony, the fourth iop- pany in the bjdy of iln bouse. But m
lilar, the fifth and last a request pro- I said btfor. when thi who!o company
gram. The soloists at (he concert won tho stage, the Binding, dancing,
will le Mrs. Charles K. "Jrquhart. of and weaving nil it cavern! arms an I l(
Omaha, soprano, and Mr. Charles are very fascinating.
entered the parlore, preceded by two Homer Honeywell, vice-president; Mr.
little girls dressed in pink and white, Guy Hurlburt, secretary; Mr. R. I.
trailing as they went white and p'.nk Joyce, master of ceremonies; Mr. J. Mal-
ribbons to mark the line of march. The
- wedding march was played by Miss iva
Howard of Edgar, a university class
mate of the bride.
The bride's gown was of white satin
and she carried pink and white roses.
Tha decorations of the rooms were also
pink and white.
Among the guests were tho chancellor
Iileu, Mr. J. Mason, Mr. Baldwin, ex
ecutive committee. The first party will
be given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mai
lilieu on Thanksgiving night.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallilieu will return
from the east the earlier part of next
The Pi Beta Phi girls will give a Hal-
and professors of tho Wesley an univer- lowe'en party at the home of Miss Dar-
sity, relatives and friends from the Place 'een Woodward tonight.
and other parts of the state. Tbe De,ta Gamma and Kappa A,pha
Miss Burnett who stopped a few days Theta fraternities will give' parties thin
in Lincoln on her way from Portland, evening.
Oregon, left on Wednesday for her home MrB H. R. Per nev who ha8 been ,
in Boston. Miss Burnett is the very valud mfimhpro, 'th, x Rnnt Ra.
violinist. I cannot too
highly recommend the purposes and
functions of these concerts. In an
educational way they .should le of in
calculable benefit to the general pul
lir. The following program will lie
presented at the first concert:
March Under the Stars and Stripes
Overture The Bohemian GirL.Balfe
Fantasie Traumhilder (Visions in
a Dream) Lnmbye
Zither M iss Eleonora Jetes
Soprano Aria ''Roberto, o T11 Che
adorn'' from 'Roberto II Diavolo"
mil c riM t. r
Mrs. Charles Urquhart.
Selection From Carmen Bizet
Violin Solo Hungarian Airs... Ernst
Mr. Charles Hagenow.
Overture If I Were King Adam
Waltz Ensueno Seductor Rosas
Soprano Soli a Sans Toi
b Maiden's Song
d Morning Johns
Cujus Animam fr Stabat Mater....
String Orchestra a Serenade
a .& It I lit-
1) Cradle Song. ,
Grand March fr "Alda" Verdi
The theatre-going publicof Lincoln
has had something too much of melo
drama in limes past. When, there
fore, a play called '"Teniies.M'e's 1'anl
uer" was :111m uuced last season, little
enthusiasm was .shown at first, for
"Tennessee's I'ardner" is a dnuuaof
high order, complete as to plot, and
story, delicate and natural as to inci
dent, original as tocharacters, and in
tensely interesting as to situations
and el i 111:1 v. It contains unusually
well managed love scenes, and enough
rich, pure and wholesome comedy to
balance effectually the lesser quantity
of heavy villany. The company is a
.strong one. the scenery and costumes
are entirely new. anil the production
will undoubtedly meet here with op
ular approval when presented at the
Lansing Saturday evening. October
'M. Seats on sale Thursday ai ! a. m.
Prices f. T.". .) and 'St cents.
Ole Olson,' which comes to the
Lansing next Monday November 1
possesses the happy faculty of having
the very thing that everylxuly wants,
a good, clean, honest play, cleverly
written, with bright dialogue and lit
tle bits of pathos here and there, and
in addition a startling dash of sensa
tionalism to digest the meal. This is
the reason that theatres have licen
packed everywhere this season to see
view Club.leaves today for her new home
Mr. Francis Eaton, representing the
'Derthick Federation of Musical Lit
erary Clubs. bas been in Lincoln this
week. This organization seems to be
a praiseworthy one. devoted to the
extension of musical knowledge. Its
purposes seem to be the peiformance
of such works of the greater masters
as can he readily reached by musicians.
with analyses and explanations in lec
ture form. If its scope can be broad
ened so as to
The Faust Brothers company, which
has sixMil the week at the Funke. has
played to unmerited light business.
They present a melange of music,
dancing, tumbling and pantomimic
gyrations that is very amusing. In
the scene where, two funny little men
dressed in blacksmall clothes and with
their hair eoiffured into peaks at the
top and side of their heads they bring
to mind Cruikshank's illustrations of
Dickens and their silent leaps and
turns are as facinating as Sum Wel
ler's accomplishments. The company
Ls English, which accounts for its fla
vor of holly and Christmas panto
mime. The bell ringing is most me
lodious. Little Ruby has leen well
trained. She does her songs with elf
like comKsure and effect. The mus
cles of the whole company are like
steel blades made in Cordova. They
can tie themselves into a bowknot
with no fear of breaking. This is the
end of the week and this praise can
therefore do the Faust Brothers no
good. By the time they are ready to
return to us we may know enough to
tseat them better.
f fi& s w
o reach not merelv profes- to New York where they have bee
:iansand competent ama- 'Kceat Koster and Bial's for
Ole." The givat bicycle race .scene
has created the biggest kind or sensa
tion for it is not only a novelty but a
reality. That tremendous
John Lawson. better known as
Terrible Swede, inet.s all comers in
this genuine race and the men ride
mile after mile in full view of the
audience. In .some cities the excite
ment has been so great tuatloud bets
From here they go were heard all over the theatre The
pretty young lady who came to
visit friends in the city, but found on
her arrival that there was illness in her
host's family, and was obliged to spend
the time of her stay here at the Lincoln.
John S. Glover and wife of Waterloo,
la., are visiting their nsicc, Mrs. A. L.
Hoover, at the Lindell.
Chancellor MacLean had a pretty
busy twenty four hours in Omaha,
Tuesday and Wednesday. He spoke at
the manufacturers' and consumers' as
sociation on Tuesday night. On Wed
nesday ho presented the request of tho
regents for a part of the state appropra.
tion for the trans Mississippi exposition
state exhibit. He also found time to
call on Geonre W. Lininsjer to enlist his sional musicians and comnotenr :in.:i- tf'Kce at Koster and Bial's for two life to this comedy and includes that
aid in tho proposed art exhibit to bo tcurs. but also the rank and rile of pu- 111""tnsjt s'x hundred dollars a week clever and brilliant character actor,
held in Lincoln during tho holidays, pi Is and the general public, it should "In Gay New York" company played
Mrp. F. M. Hall and Miss Parker also do a very valuable work, indeed. The to fairly good businesj at the Lansing
called on Mr. Lininger. He promised entrance fee is rot very large, and 1 on Thursday night. The best thing
bis aid and also the loan of several pic- feci like recommending the purposes they do is the ensemble dancing, sing-
turep. The chancellor aleo called on and efforts of the society altlnugh ing and costuming. Eddid Foy has
the Omaha newspapers tj arrange for personally I have scarcely time to oc- joined the company since it waa here
reports of uuiversity matters, finding cupy myself with it. hst winter and his intoxicated stsger
them all friendly and favorable to the at walking, talking and singing, his un-
university. The chancellor returned On Wednesday evening, Xovemlier pleasant, nasal choked voice requir hard The long-waited opportunitv of see
Wednesday evening. 3, the first concert of the new Phil- work on tho fort of the resj; of the com- ii'tf William II. Crane conies on Tties
Mre. M.D.Welch and daughter, Miss ',,ar,n0,,ic 0rchestra wil1 ' given at pany to offset. The inevitable soubrette day at the Lansing theatre, when lie
Helen spent Tuesday in Omaha. the Funke Opera House under the di- in a dark business suit, a hat and cane will present his successful plav. "A
H.-VHUU in -n. .nifciiso ji.iKcnun. it, acu uoiorea "weaKii, wito me accepted rooioi fortune. The plav has had
is definitely announced that five con- feminine sewagger in men's clothes, was enormous success and initsproduc
certs will lie given In this scries of or- present and apparently approved of by (Continued on page 10.
been en- cast is the strcngest combined to give
en iieimncKs. who is once more
"Ole," a character he revels in. Miss
St. George Iliissey is -.Mrs. O'Flanni
gan." the Irish woman, another won
derful creation Seats 011 sale Friday
at 0 a. m.. Prices, boxes $1. Seats. 7.",
."Hi anil i.icent-
Mrs. S. E. Brown and neice. Miss
Hittof Springliekl, Ills., aro visiting at
the home of Mrs Brown's sister, Mrs.
M. A. Reed, 1237 C street.
Turpin's school of dancing, J 132 N St.
Classes now forming. Hall always open.
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rstiflutes now be found afl5I6 'O street, in the
JZtn street, rooms formerly occupied by Miss Guil-mdte.
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