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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1897)
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Anna L. Millkic. Editok.
Officers of the State Federation of Woman's Clubs
President, Mrs. B. M. Stoutenborough, PlattBmouth.
Vice-president, Mrs. E. M. Cobb, York.
Secretary, Mrs. Henrietta Smith, Omaha.
Treasurer, Mrs. M. V. Nichols, Beatrice.
Auditor, Mrs. Ella S. Larsh, NebrasVa City.
Librarian.Mrs. G. M. Lambertson, Lincoln. ' -
JtAMK OF CLCB. PRESIDENT. SECRETARY.
Athenea Mrs. W A. Green Mrs. J L. Kellogg
nook R lew Mrs. R. H.Rehlaender Mrs. Elias Baker
Pwultv Mrs. Chas-E-Beseey Mrs. T. M. Hodgman
fbatnrv Mrs. Henry Hartley Mrs. W. E. Kirker
FbrtritLtiV ". Mrs. W.J. Lamb Mrs. A. W. Field
HallinGrovo" Mrs. M. H. Garten Mrs. W. A. Lindly
Lotos ......". Mrs. J. L. McConnell Mrs. ChaH E Bessey
Matinee MuMcale Mrs. A.W. Jansen Mrs.D. A.CatiipbcII
sVrotiT MUMC,M Mrs. M. D.Welch Mrs. Summers
fioroaii,jr.l Mrs.Helwig '.. , Miss Dena Loom's
WMtaerisvVfternoon.'. The hostess acts as president Mrs. Weote
Woma Club.... MrF. A. A. Scott...... Mrs. H.W. Kelley
Y.W. C. A. Magazine Club MiaaWild : T
officers of tue crrv feoeration. bjen all Eold at one dollar a equare foot.
President, Mrs. Ida Kelley, 833 North 3he diiector.on accountof thedemand
Twenty-third street ?'""" "T ia'erec
buildings than- at first contemplated.
Vice president, Mrs. H. n. Wheeler. Thft building! are to be covered with
1517 H street. ,utf cf the kind used at the World's
s Conespondirg secretary, Mrs. Millon Fair, only it is to ba tinted come soft
-Scott, 221 South Twenty-seventh street, shade. lh facades of the buildings
will be more ornamental than at the
Columbian fair. They will be distin
Ths Woman' club hald its regular guiehedby a fiee use of the Corinthian
meeting on Monday afvernxm In the column. The grouping around a cen-
club rooms. The meeting waB opened tral lagoon will be much the same as at
by the vice-president, Mias Elliot, who Chicago. The plaisance will contain
reported that the year book was de- the shows and engineering freaks which
layed, but would be ready by the next amuse a holiday. Mrs. Sawyer caid
meeting, also that the club would be that the women were to do a great
four years old next month and hoped to work without money. There is none
celebrate ita birthday appropriately. The for them and they cannot even offer free
members were delighted to learn that space to the educational exhibit. She
the president, Mrs. Scott, had returned showed in what way the school children
from Chicago. Mrs. Stonebraker re could put up a building. In Tennessee
ported aixty new mines to be added to each child was asked to contribute ten
the Hat ot members, making in all, 333. cents. The result was enough to put up
It was decided to delay the printing of a handsome building, and with the sur-
'the year book till next Saturday in the plus to add a chime of silver bells, which
hope of increasing this number to 400 was placed on top of the children's
by that time. The suggestion was also building. She thought that an effort to
made 'that each lady bring to the collect five cents from every child cis
"birthday party" either a small cup and Mississippi side would rake the required
saucer, or 10 cent, to be the property, amount. The directory has authorized
"of the club, but no aclion was taken the woman's board to offer about 400
medals and prizes for best work in his
tory, penmanship, nature study, etc
The Trans-Mississippi puzzle may
be competed for by everybody.
Mrs. Sawyer, in referring to
tne disagreements which had split
the board, said that the exposition
wai moving right along in spite ol
scraps. She said it was only natural
that when there were so many depart-
Recording secretiry, Miss Wilde.
The program was in charge of
Mrs. 8. B. Hohmann, leader of the De
"partment of Current Events. It opened
with a piano solo. Impromptu, op. 29,
Chopin, by Miss Ethel Syford. Then
Miss Elinor Williams sang two ballada
"The Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond,''
and "Mollie's Eyes." Miss Wil Jams has
a STBDathetic. sweet voice. She sings
with simplicity and with very clear and ment heads there should be misunder-
cbarmiBf enunciation. Miss Lottie standings but it was all coming out
Clarke was her accompanist. smoothly, and harmony had begun to be
Mrs. Lyman followed with a paper, felt above the discord. Mrs. Rehlaecder,
Tag Necrology of the Year." who .baa been appointed patroness of
Two delightful songs were given by thisdWrict said that it had been ar-
Miss Elinor Williams, now visiting here, raogejtsjiend a good tilker to each of
but formerly a resident of Lincoln. the'eciools, whoso duty would be to
Mrs, Sawyer gave a talk upon the lay the-subject before the children and
i Trans-Mississippi exposition in her usual withtfie co-operation of the teachers
energetic and interesting style. This auttsuperintendent collect the five cents
dessd the short program. fn&as many children a) possible. The
v At the next meeting the program will children's building will have a creche
be given by the Department of Civics, under the care of trained nurses, as at
Mrs, Buahaell will read a paper and Chicago, where parents can leave their
Mrs. W. J. Bryan will Bpeak on "Why infants and spend a free day sight see
Should Women Study Civicaf" ing. The upper floor will be devoted to
Mrs. Sawyer said, in brief, that the a children's restaurant where parents
Trass-Mississippi exposition is different are not admitted without children and
frees all other expositions. Its specific to a model kitchen presided over by Mrs.
' purpose a to show the world the wealth MacMurphy, who -will prepare foods and
. thai side of the greatest river in it give lectures on cooking. Mrs. Reh-
.TkewaU space has been sold at fifty .hvender concluded with an appeal to the
cents a square foot. The floor space has women to aid the children to help put
THE LANSING THEATRE;
LANSING and OLIVER, Managers.
ONE NIGHT ONLY, OCT 30
A STORY OF THE MINING CAMP.
Hear the golden nugget quartet. An exceptionally fine
cast. New and effective scenery.
Prices $1.00, 75, 50 and 25c.
One Night Only Monday, Nov. i.
Better than ever before. New songs, new specialties, new
features. The great bicycle contest, prenenting
"The Terrible Swede"
Seats on sale Saturdaj' morning at box office, 9 a. m. Box
seats $1. Seats 75c, 50c and 25c. i
Tuesday, November 2.
THe IMstinisuisliecl Actor
ML W. CRMlE
and his admirable company in the most emphatic success
By AXax'tlm IVIortora.
Seats on sale Saturday, 9 a. m. Prices Si.50, $75c, 50c,
One night only Thursday, Oct, 4,
The eminent romantic actor
Jobert g. Mantell
Accompanied by Charlotte Behrens and a select companj',
under the management of M. W. Hanley, presenting for the
first time in this city a new romance by W. A. Tremayne,
" nrnnn iif n n UT"
i mm WMKAN
Louis De Beaumont : Mr. MANTELL
Marguerite Bertrand MISS BEHRENS
mm mmiii mmmm, powerfii mm-.
Seats on sale Tuesday 9 a. m. box office. Prices SI, 75c, 50c
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