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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1898)
Weil and Ed Friend. The bridal couple
left immediately for Pueblo, where they
will make their future homo.
Mrs. Sciplo Dundy is visiting lui
aunt, Mrs. Ogden.
Mrs. Wright gives a whist party for
Mrs. Robinson Monday ovenirg.
This evening The Patriarchs will hold
their fourth party of the season.
Mr. M. S. Scudder returned toNew
York dr. Thursday. In spite of tbo
slight misunderstanding between him
and the city council, Mr. Scudder has
made many friends in Lincoln.
Mr?. W. Hargrcaves has issued invij
tations for a tea on Tuesday afternoon
to the members of tho Cotillon. The
pirty on Tuesday is especially for the
The Sew'ng Circle of Farragut post,
W. R. C. met with Mre. Fred Hilder
brand, of North Fourteenth etrcet, on
Tuesday afterncon. Thirty-two mem
bers were present. Refreshments were
The gynasium class at tho V. M. C. A.
under the direction of Mis3 Anne Spurck
is growing rapidly. Several new mem
bers joined this veek. Those who aro
thinking of taking tho lessons should
see Miss Spurck at once. Tho tuition
for the remainder of tho teim has been
reduced to $.'1.50 for a term of ten weeks,
three lessons a week. Children will bo
taught for S2.00.
Mre. Mohrenstechcr gavo an evening
I arty for joung people on Thursday
evening to meet MieB WoodrulT and Mr
Kespohl, of Quincy, III. Mott of the
evening was 6purit with whist. Tbo
prizes were won by Mis3 Helen Nanco
and Mr. C. C. Marliy. Then each guest
cast a shadow of tho hand on a whito
curtain. Thoo most successful in
guessing to whom tho hand bjlonged
wero Mif s Clara Walsh and Mr. Reese.
After tho games refreshments wero
daintily served. The guests wero:
the softened glow of the many pink can
dles and shades and with its palms and
pink tlora) decorationp, was very dainty.
Mrs. Ewing, Miss Miller, Mies Rico and
Miss Hooper, in harmonizing costumes,
assisted tho hostess. Tho following wero
tho invited guejts:
Messre. - Misses
W. Westermann, Ode!l,
F. Westermann, Deweese,
E. Fohom, C. Walsh,
Lottridge, Anno Barr,
- Geisthardt, Beecham,
FitzgerclJ, Walsh of Port
Mr. and Mis. Blisb.
- The Haydon Art Club will give a re
caption to Mr. Clarkson Monday after
noon from3 to 5 p. m. at the University
Studio. All members of tho club aro
cordially invited to be present. Ssvcral
o! Mr. Claikson's recent portraits, and a
few water colors will bo on exhibition at
the time and will furnish an opportunity
for the club to see his work. Mr. Clark
bod is in the city engaged in painting a
portrait of Mr. Bryan for tho Democ a
tic Club of Chicago. Ho is one of Chi
cago's bcztaititts, has spent a number
of years in Paris, and has tho advantaga
of personal contact with many of tho
Ieiding men in tho art world of today.
Mrs. Willis Aubrey Rankics, 1711 M
street, gave a charming palctto party en
Friday afternoon. Tho un'quo invita
tio.s were in tho form of a small pa!ette,
ml appropriate prizes wero award) d
those who had won them by their ar
istic ability. Ihe dining-room, under
W. B. Hargreaves,
J. E. Houtz,
Bounder-Oh, s'.utT! I don't call this
a fancy dress bal1.
Rounder Why not?
Bounder Tho sort of fancy dress ball
I like is where you have to fancy the
Cholly Thopapeis say they aie go
ing to develop men from monkeys.
May i.iHcaHinijly)! should think
that they would bo satisfied with having
developed monkeys from men.
She It's decidedly unpleasant
He But suppose I ere thi hap?
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Mrs. Will Owen Jones Will givo a re
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day evening, February 1.
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To 1. Dorian, XvLgp?
Office 109 South 1 Itli St, Telephone 234,
Prime Minister Is tho King suffering
Court Physician No. Why?
Prime Minister Ho just said that
missionaries gave him a pain.
Mrs. Golightly If you want to go on
tho stage, my dear, why don't you get a
divorce from old Moneyburn as a means
to the end?
Mis. Manhattan Because, unfortu
nately that would bo an end to the
First Citizen Tho people, sir, will
scon be up in arms against this new
Second Citizen Pcsubly, sir, but in
tho end tho people will take water.
Mrs. Hoyle So you aro b ck from
Mrs. Doyle Yes, and I f.nd every
thing so different here.
Mrs. Hoyle I suppose you did have
to pay cash over there.
It was in the next rcom to mine at
tho Hoffman Houeelast nigLt
"I love you I do love you!" Tho
voice was a young man's, very soft and
Well, I thought, "thi3 is interesting!"
"Oh, it you would orly be mine!" he
"Heuh!"' I continued thinking, "sho
must bo interesting!'
"Come to my arms! ' he went on.
"Jove!" I said to myself. "But he'd
be a winner at a matinee idol!"
" Joine, ray darling!" ho repeated.
Apparently this entreated was obeyed,
for tho next thing 1 heard was:
If there was only more of you!"
"How much does tho beast wan t J"
said ha'f aloud.
"Oh, Ruinart-Ruinart!"he sighed.
I solved tho mystery: It wa3 tho
talented and handsome young son of
Joseph Jefferson practicing a scene with
a cold bottle as an oppo;ito.
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