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Sanderson of Jacksonville, Illinois, who
is the guest for tho winter of Mr. and
MfB. Sanderson. Mcedamos O. J. Wil
cox and Knowlton Leonard presided
ovor tho dining room. They wore as
pired by Misses Coder, Robinson and
Powerpi About two hundred Indies
callod during the afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Candy gavo a
reception to tho graduato otudents of
the State university on Saturday ovon
ing. They wcro osBistod in rocoiving
and entertaining their guests by Dean
and Mrs. EJgron, Mebdam03 A. E.
Davidson, J. A. Roed, and R E. Moritz.
Misses Myrtle acd Graco Whoe'er.
Miss Maud Rathburn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rathburn was
married at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
to Dr. Harry R, Minor. The caromony
occurred at Holy Trinity church in tho
presonco of relatives only. Dr. and Mrs.
Miner will reticle in Edgar, Nebr.
Tho many Lincoln friends of Mrs. E.
II. Curtis will Lo delighted to know
that she and hor duughtt r, Miss Bess'o,
nre soon to visit hero. They will arrivo
Boon aftnr November first acd will bo
guests of Mr and Mrs M D Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sawyer will givo
a mueicalo this evening in honor of
Miss Clara Fcrrenberg who iB their
guest. Tho program will be given by
Miss Ferrenberg, Miss Hammond and
Mrs. S. U. Altwood went to Platts
mouth on Tuesday to attend tho Newell.
Altwood wedding which occurred on
Wednesday evening. Messrs Calvin
and Donald Attwood of this city wcro
- ushers at the wedding.
Mies Gere, Mrs. Canfield and Mies
Canfleld have taken an apartment in
Paris very conveniently near tha place?,
galleries and studios they wish to vUit.
Before epilog they intend to go to
MUb Genevieve Erisajan gave a card
party on Saturday ovoning. Her guests
were: Misses Storling, O'Connell, Al
derman and Roper. Mobem. Pearson,
Sturdevaut, Funke, Hewitt, Roper and
Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mr. Paul Fitz
gerald returned from New York on
Thursday. They ware accompanied by
MiEBNaughtonof Now York, a Bchool
inata of Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald, who
will visit her.
Miss Hormina Ruckertand Mr. Claud
Pratt were married lest SaturJav even
ing at the home of tho bride's parents
700 North Thirteenth etreot. Rav. J.
W. Embroo performed tho ceremony.
Mrs. John Dorgan gavo a party last
night in honor of tho thirtoanth birth
day of her nephew, Mr. Herbort Post.
Tho joung peoplo spent a delightful
The Central Circle of Trinity M.E.
church had an enthusiastic meoting
Tuesday afterncon at the bono of MrB.
States. A largo number wero present.
On Wednesday evening at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Atwood, 1037 H street,
tho Misses Agnaw ontertuincd about
twenty young people very pleasantly.
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel C. Burr, Mr. and
Mre. C. L. Burr and Mies Burr will give
a recoption und dacco next Friday
cveniog at tho Lincoln hotel.
Mrs. W. C. Wilson and eon Howard
returned Sunday from a prolongod laka
trip und u visit to d.fTereat cities in
Mra. Howard Doano of Creto and
Mre. Sheets of Omaha, attended tho
meeting of tho Matinco Musicalo on
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp
Treatment, Manicuring, and S.vilch
Work. Anna Rivott and Agnes Rawling
143 South 12lh street.
Mies Cowdery gavo a Email informal
whist party Tnursday afiorncon in honor
of Mre, EvanB, of Columbus, Nebratka,
Tho Miss?B Caldwell of Whitesburg,
New Yotk, ara tho guests for tho winter
of thoir sister, Mrs. fi. O. Rowlands.
Miss Bobs Harrisin returned on Sat
urJay from an absonco of eoveral
months spont in the north and east.
On Tuesday evening Miss Carolino
Linn and Mr. Charles Lano wero united
in marriage by Rev. J. W. Embreo.
They wili reside at tOIO P street.
Mr. II. T. Rockoy was called to Rock
Grove, Illinois, on Wednesday by tho
death of his mother.
Mr. and Mr. L. E. Carpenter of
South Edralston, New York, ato guests
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Babcock.
Mrs. Wetzil, of Omaha, ib visiting her
daughter Miss Edna Wo'ze', who is at
tending tho stato university.
Mrs Alfred L. Hasa and daughter
Frances Josephine are gucs'sof Miss
QMrs Rowlings (born Carson) of Col.
umbia, Missouri, i9 visiting Mrs Carcon
and Miss Carson.
Mies Kaufman, long identified with
tho Lincoln schools, haB accepted a posi
tion in Falls City.
Mre. Gilbert Cooper returned on
Tuesday after a mouth's visit at Madi
Mrs. Thompson of Iowa is visiting her
son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Callen
Mrs. Ewing will givo a card party next
Friday in complimont to Mrs. Coffroth.
Mi p. Josephine W. Wray of Oskaloosa,
Iowa, is viBiting her aunt Mrs. Lindloy.
MrB. W. J. Bryan left on Saturday to
join Mr. Bryan on hi3 lecturing tour. t
Miss Jennie Thornburn has returned
from a throo months' tour of Eurjpo.
Cameron's lunch counter, 114 south
11th. Spocial tables for ladies upstairs.
MissLjle Mansfield of Peoria, .Illinoip,
is the guest of Miss Harris.
Mrs. Evans ot Columbus is visiting
Mrs. B. F. Cowdery.
Born October 18 to Dr. and Mrs. W
M. Hindman, a son.
Mrs. F. M. Good left on Wednesday
for Van Wert, Ohio.
Mrs. G.M.Lambertson left on Tues
day for St. Paul.
listed of Mr. H. C. Barker, chairman;
Mr. L. J. Kiliian, master of ceremonies;
Messrs Hour, Bauman, Hill, Heuck;
Miss3B Hays, Lindoll, ThomaB.
Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity in
iated on Saturday evening at tho homo
of Miss Mabel Richards, tho following
young ladies, Misses Emmons, Bradt,
Edmiston, Salle, Larbacb, Jenkins.
After the ceremony a luncheon was
served for which the table was decorat
ed with a profusion of robes.
Chapter K of P. E. O. met on Mon
day evening with Mrs. Mary McKinnon.
Miss Danielson reviewed "Tho Lost
Waif," by Whitmore, and "O.'d Mam
rny's Torment," by Johnston.
ThoL. A. G. F. kensington club will
meet for tho first time this season at
the home of Mrs. Billmeyer next Mon
Delta Tau Dilta received into its
racks on Monday evening Messrs Ho
rn an and Hess of Omaha acd Hollcn
beck of Fremont.
Mr. Kennedy ot Omaha was roceived
into tho Phi Delta Theta fraternity
Saturday evening. A spread followed
Mr. Arthur Pancoaet left on Monday
for Da) ton, Ohio, to attend tho national
convention of Phi Delta Gamma fraternity.
A reception was given at the Y. W. C.
A. rooms Tuesday evening in honor of
the new secretary Miss J. Margaret
Klo. Tho houBO was decorated and
refreshments scrred by the young
ladies of tho Pi Beta Phi fraternity of
which Mies Kyle is a momber. Miss
Worloy ployed a piano solo, Misses
GiiggB and Reynolds sang and Miss
Kylo told of the plans for tho education
al classes. Miss Whiting will conduct a
claB3 in litoraturo for which credit will
be given at tho university; Miss Van
Bockirk will bavo churge of tho classes
in embroidery and battenburg, Misses
Kylo and Jenson o! the German and
dosses in tjpo writing, stenography,
dressmaking and lain sowing will bo
Tho Sophomore clasB of tho stato uni
veisity gavo a v.ry pleasant dancing
party last night at Harris hall. About
twentv-flvo couples wore present to en
joy tho progra-n otaixteoa numbers and
somo extras. Tho hull was decorated in
tho univeraily colors. Icsb wore eorved
in tho rooms of tho Kappa Sigma fruter
nity up etuirs, Tho lommittoo con-
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tion of food selection.
Mr?. Ida W. Blair, of Wiyne, spokoon
"How to Improve the Condition of
Country S-'hoois." Sho plead f r neat,
clean, attractive surroundings.
Mrs. Emma Page disaussod tho "Va
cation Problem' in a bright, interesting
way, admitting that it was a vexed ques
tion how to care for tho cbildrcti in va
cation in Buch a manner that they may
havo sufficient recroation and at tho
Bamo titno keep miud and body under
I roper restraint.
On tho topic of "How to Promoto Dis
cussion in Clubs," Mis. C. F.Steele, of
Fuirbury, claimed ihut this problem
can bo kroly eo'.ved by a tactful enthu
siastic leadi r. Sho spoke of the buccoeb
of tho following plan: When tho leader
for tho day is ready to read her paper
she places in the hands of fivo or six
members of her club slips of paper on
which era questions relativo to the
topic to be discuiaad. When sho haB
liniBhcd she asks each member to an
swer tho question on htr slip as ba.t sho
may. Mrs. Steele's exporionce was that
by tho time theso questions wero an
swered nearly every member in tho club
was ready to talk.
In discussing "Manual Training,"
Mrs. I. N. Farmor, of Albion, dwelt
upon tho importance and necessity of
training tho hands and mind eymot
rically, "Why Do Men Obj ct to Business
Dealin2H with Women'' was tho topic on
which Mrs. II. A. Norris, of North Bond,
spoke. Mrs. Norris thinks that it ia bo
cause women aro ignorant of business
methods. That if thoy would inform
thimselves ns to commercial transac
tions and tho technical. irs of law tho
objection would bo ovorcome.
Mre. L L. R cket's, of L'ncoln, by re
quest of tho pres'dent, expluined to tho
federation tho proposed reorganization
of the general federation, und presonted
tho following resolution which were
"WberouB tho Nebraska stato feder
ation of womnn's clubs in coavontion as
Bomblod, bolieveB(l) that tho bionniuls
of tho G. W. F. C.aro not so unwioldly
as to inconvenionco tho transaction of
genernl business; (2) that details can
bebt roceivo attention by rcferonco to
tho executivo board of special commit
tees; (3) that largo Utondunco is un in
spiration socially to participants; (1)
that radical changoa in representation
will noceEBitjt'j inconvenient changes in
stato and club organization as well an ij
the methods of raising nocesscry reve
nues; (5) that to reduce tho representa
tion so radically would destioy tho en
thusiasm, interest and support whiih
tho presenco of numbers alone can in.
spire; (G) that tho power and inllucncn
of the goncral federation would bo
groatly natrawod and curtailed by tho
proposed change; (7) thut an oiganizotl
forco for the accomplishment of good
and tho promotion of well being can
never bo too large; therofoie, ba it
"Rjsolvod, That tho Nebraska fedor
ationof women's clubs indorsa tho pres
ent plan of representation in tha general
The following resolu.ion presented by
Mrs. Morgan, cf Grecky, was ako
"Rssolved That tho N. F. W. C. heart
ily indorse tho action taken by the
leading merchants ot cur largo cities in
closing their stores at G o'clock on Satur
At the clo3o of this apparently long
program thero wcb still marly an half
hour to listen to rop:r'B from clubs
With very tow exceptions tho talks,
paporp, und rpports were shorter and
more condensed than at any previous
convention, and just that much more ap
predated. The ability to condense is
ubihty of tho highest ordar, and some
thing to bo sought for eagerly.
As many of tho delegatas must leavo
on the late aftornoonand evening trains
tho election of officers which bed beon
rot for Fiiday irornii g vaB crowded
into the afternoon tf Thur day. I fear
that tho ro3u't was Bomowhat disorgan
izing for tbo fina program planned. One
pipar was Mad whih each lelay of bal
lots was being counted. The result of
the election of officers is printed at the
head of this department.
"A Character Sketch ' by Mrs. II. II.
Heller, of Omaha, proved tp bo a de
lightfully writton story in four chapters.
Tho four loading characters wore so
skillfully drawn that tho impression re
mains that you have mat them, Thero
was just that touch of tho human in it
which roach's tho heart and is tho proof
posit ivo of a gcol story.
In tha absonco of Mrs. Pugh, of
Omaha, Mrs. Damon, a membor of the
Omaha, dologat'oo road her paper.
Tho concert g'.v:n Thursday evoning
tosted to tho fullest oxtoat ,tho seating
capacity of the new auditorium. It
KIaiMi$l Soes for Women.
THE REAL THING
W-s havo tho oxclusivo salo of tho
"SoroBis,'' the now shoa for women.
It is a hand sowod shon and rotails at
$3.50. Tho ludies all say it is equal
to most shoes sold at $4 and $5.
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