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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1898)
Miss Blanche Garten baa returned son, Anatinburg, Teeters and Marine,
from a visit in Omaha with Mi9S Ura Mr. and Mrs. Green and Lieut, and Mrs.
Kelley. Stotzenburg chapronod the party.
Mrs. Punke entertained Messrs and
Mesdames A. S. Raymond, D. A. Camp
bell and 0. H. Morrill at dicner on
Mrs. C. O. Robin-on of Chicago, who
has been the gueet of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Wright for ssveral weeks, returned to
her home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kirker entertain
ed the La Vita whist club very delight
fully Tuesday evening. This club con
tains some of the best players in the city.
They follow the regulation club rules
and play scientifically. There is always
plenty of amusement and always a de
licious luncheon after the games. The
guests of the evening were:
Messrs and Meedame3.
A. W. Field, A. H. Wier,
J. J. Gillilan, W. A. Lindley,
J. M. Waugh, C. F. Boggs,
Wm. Boggs, I. N. Lansing,
E. H. Hallet t, O. C. Bell,
J. J. Davis.
Misses Boggs and Caflyn.
Mrs. Milton Scott was the hostess of
the L. A. G. F. kensicgton club Thurs
day afternoon. The afternoon with its
happy conversation and dainty work
was thoroughly enjoyable, as these after
noons always are with Mrs. Scott. Her
F. E. Campbell, Van Brunt.
W. J. Turner. Patrick,
NorrisHumphery, G. Fawell,
Winger, Miss Stoddard.
Mrs.F. E. Perkins and Mrs. S. D.
Hyde will give the third of their series
of kensingtons Saturday afternoon. The
guests will be:
D. A. Campbell, A. O. Faulkner,
M. W. Folsom, H. T. Folsom,
Chas. Chandler, Chas. Bryon,
A. W. Lane, Noble,
Thompkinson, Mary Bryon,
Mrs. Oliver Rodgers entertained en
Thursday afternoon for her sister, Mrs.
Bodman of New York City, who arrived
Wednesday and will make an extended
visit. An exceedingly interestinggueesing
game vas the amusement of the after
noon. Cards having on them two or
three words, the names of notable
people were represented by adjectives
the first letters o! which represented
the initials of the noted person. A
characteristic one was, "Great Collars"
for Grover Cleveland. A prize was given
to the one having the fewest names on
the cards. The guests were Mesdames
Ogden. Wilson, W. Hargreaves, Wright,
Buckstaff, Burnham, F. W. Brown, W.
A. Green, Bailey, McMurtry, Kelley,
Ladd and Mi68 Bennett of Omaha, and
her guest, Miss King of New York.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon boys enter
tained some of their friends Thursday
evening at the cycle Bkating rink, and a
very enjoyable evening it was too. They
served punch and sandwiches all the
evening. Those en joying the fun were:
Misses Outcalt, Daisy and Anne Miner,
Houtz. Risser, McMimemy, Watkins,
Collins, Harley, Ed-a Harley, Stotzen
burg, Green, JFarwell, Williamson and
Nance. Messrs Bartlett, Stopher, Ken
ny, R. and E. Sawyer, Harmon, Corby,
Griggs, Marlin, Holben, Morrill, David-
Mrs. C. C. White of 000 South 17
street, gave a large evening reception
last week. On Thursday afternoon of
this week she gave another recaption
from three to six for her daughter, Mrs.
Hopkins of Crete. The house was de
corated with palms and azaleas and
hyacinths. Ices, small cakes and punch
were served in the dining room and
library, by Misses Jessie and Lillian
White aud others. The dining room was
in red and the ladies serving there were
gowned in red. In the library every
thing was pink. About one hundred
called during the afternoon, and a num
ber of ladiea from Crete were present.
Miss Helen Hoover gave an exceed
ingly enjoyable kensington on Wednes
day afternoon. Several unusually pretty
bits of fancy work were displayed. Be
sides the sewing there was a guessing
game. The best known advertisements
were cut from the papers and maga
zines and were pinned up in all the
rooms. Miss Lucy Griffith, Miss Hen
rietta Hollo wbueb and Miss Laura
Houtz were the most successful guess
ers Miss Griffith won the prize, a beau
tilul picture, on tha cut. Those invited
for the afternoon were
Lew Marshall, Rector,
The Philharmonic Orchestra will give
a special matinee for Fchool children at
the high school auditorium on Monday
afternoon, March 7, at 4:13 o'clock sharp.
Mies Edith Ri.se r, soprano, will be the
Boloist. A program of interest is pre
pared. Admission for school children
and teachers 10c. Others 25c.
March The Bride Elect Sousa
Intermezzo Rusee Franke
a. O, For a Breath of tne Moorlands
b. Burst Ye Apple Buds Emery
Miss Edith Risser.
Characteristic Piece The Butterfly..
Solo Flute and Clarinet.
Mr. Arthur Gatehouse, Mr, Rich
Overture William Tell Rossini
Soprano Solo Hush-a-Bye
Descriptive Piece The Village Black
American Fantasie Gems of Steven
Y. W. G. A.
Art and Magazine club meets Monday
A Salina guard social was given Fri
day evening at the association by the re
ception committee, which was attended
by many interested women and girls.
Miss Tompkinson, General secretary,
will give a talk on Bible study, Sunday
at 4 p. m. All women and girls are cor
dially invited. This will be followed by
a Bible Ralley, Friday, March U, to
wnich all women and girls interested in
Bible study are invited.
?AL and LIME 0).
OUR DELIVERED RETAIL PRICE LIST
Pom Anthracite Callatofike Canon Gty Nut Colo &65
Ruby hard Call at office Excelsior Nut. ...Colo 5.65
Canon Gty Lump Colo.. $7.65 Rouse Nut.... Colo 6.00
Excelsior .Lump.... Colo .. &65 Maitland Nut-. -.Colo 6.00
Rou-e Lump Colo. . 6.65 Rock Springs Nut Wyo 6J&
Maitland lump Colo.. &65 Hanna Nut.... Wyo.. .. 55
Rock Springs Lump.. ..Wyo.. 7.65 Smoky Hollow..... Nut.... Iowa.... 3.40
Hanna Lump Wyo. 6.65 Keb.Ottumwa Nut.... Iowa.... 3.40
Du Quoin Lump.... Ill 5.6o Pittsburg Nut....Kans.... 4.40
Cyclone Lump 111 5.60 Weir Gty Nut Kara.... 4.40
Trenton ,...-Lump 111.... 5.60 Canon Gty Pea ....CoL.... 5.00
Mendota Lump Mo... 4.50 Hanna Egg.... Wyo.... 6.40
Walnut Black Lump.... Iowa.. 4.50 Smoky Hollow MtncrunJowa... 3.40
Smoky Hollow Lump Iowa.. 4.00 Keb Ottumwa Mine rondo wa.. . 3.40
Keb. Ottumwa Lump Iowa . 4.00 Gas House Coke &50
Sheridan Lump. ...Wyo.. 6.00 Oak wood, sawed and split 6JSO
Sheridan Lump.. ..Wyo.. 50
Pueblo Lump. . . .Colo. . 7.00
Tnos 1 Dorgan, 'M.gp?
Office 109 South 11th St. Telephone 234,
Fashion demands them.
We have them. The assort
ment is unusual. The styles
are correct. The prices are
Jeweled Girdles, gold silver and ox
idized Jlo to 75c each
Military Girdles 50c each
Gun Metal Girdles, with cut points
1 .25 each
Metal Chatelains, oxidized or Ro
man gold $ 1 .00 to 85.00 each
Miller & Paine
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...Skates: Afternoon, 10c; Evening. 15c.
Hours: 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.; 8:00 to 11:00 p. m.
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134 NORTH THIRTEENTH ST.,
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