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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1900)
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( Office 12th and O street.
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Evcnlnpi, by appointment. Sundajr's 12 to 1
i Office, Zebmng Block 1 9 to 10 a in
p. m. and by appointment.
(Dr. J. B. Trickey,
I Refractionist only
19 to 12 a. m
Office. 1035 O street VI to p.m.
Office 153 -J J. M. LllCaS i 15th and O street.
i ( Office, rooms 26. 27 and J
office 530. VLouis N. Wente.D.D.S-i 1. Browneu . 137
I (so 11th street. I
i ( Office over Harley's 1
office 781 Oliver Johnson, D.D.S. j jwnow
' ( 1105 O street J
office 43s Drs Clutter & Shannon j hm o street.
Lincoln Infirmary of Osteopathy,
Farmers and Merchants Building.
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L. W 1 E l files are kept in fire proof bui1 T'u s.
DID IT EVER STRIKE 1
when looking- at our fine stock of
shoes, that there is more style
and beauty in their make-up
than 3'ou can find anywhere in
the city. Our stock of ladies',
misses', and children's shoes are
unexcelled for st'le and durabil
ity, and we are selling- them at
prices that will surprise you.
Some odd lots going- at $1.00.
geFbint gljeldon & Oaffiberiain (C.
The Egyptian Tea given by Mies
Gprten and Miss Welch at 1213 H
street on Tuesday, was one of the moat
successful entertainments given this
winter. The guests were met in the
reception room by Miss Garten and
Miss Welch, assisted by Mrs. Garten
and Mrs. Welch. Lovely La France
roses, ferns and palms were banked
around the mantle where pink shaded
candles lent their mellow glow. The
library and drawing room were hung in
oriental rugs and tapestries. Soft
footed Egyptian women stole about in
the rooms and in one corner sat a for
tune teller who told the past, present
and future to the guests that called.
Oriental lamps lighted the rooms and
gave forth a merry gleam to the scene.
Mrs. Peter Lau. gowned in oriental cos
tume and crowned with pearls and dia
monds, served ice in the library, and
MissElHeda Haecker and Miss Helen
Woods also gowned in oriental costume,
assisted in sorving the ice. A tiny
white turbaned slave held a beautiful
fan over Mrs. Lau. Miss Herberta
Jaynea, in oriental costume and
low voice made an ideal fortune teller.
Her little oriental nook was a very
popular one. Mrs. MorriEon and Mies
Burr assisted in receiving the guests in
the drawing room. Supper was Berved
in the dining room where red candles
and a centre piece of red tulip3 were
placed over Mexican drawn work and
made the table resplendent in color.
Mrs. Edmisten and Miss Tukey pour
ed coffee and tea and were assisted by
Misses WatkiLB, Putna-n, Cole, Jack
son and Wilson. The Ideal mandolin
orchestra was hidden by palms in the
dining room and the swept, muffled
notes were a fitting accompaniment to
the laughter and lights.
Miss Emma Tyler celebrated her six
teenth birthday on Thursday evening
by giving a dance at Courier Hall. Mr.
and Mrs. James Tyler assisted their
daughter in receiving the guests. Viol
ets and smilax decorated the table
where Mrs. Tyler Berved the ices. The
following guests were present: Misses
Deweese, Townsend. Tyler, Miller, Haj
nie, Trickey, Speier, Hathaway. Lin
dermau, Laavitt. Koerner, Hide, Mc
Clay, Scblesinger, Woodruff, Jones,
Cauger, Hall, Schenck, Gajlord and
McClennen. Messrs. McConniff, Lapp,
Freadricks, Bomgardner, Sherdeman,
Mercer, Rathburn, Lapp, Boggs, Cul
bertsou, Ewing, Weil, Freadricks, Mil
ligan, Bentley, Johnson, Burkson, Gart
ner, Jacobs, Walt, and Richardson.
Crokicole was played by those that did
Mrs. A. E. Hargreaves gave a dainty
luncheon on Wednesday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Frances Everett of Chi
cago. Meteor roses decorated the table
and covers were laid for Meedames Ray
mood, Muir, Campbell, imhoff, Rod
gere, Wilson, Barbour, Burnham, Out
calt and Manes.
The Athenea club gave a progressive
dinner on Monday nieht. The club iB a
literary club and has been organized
since 1892. The dinner was something
new for Lincoln, and the husbands were
allowed to share in its pleasures. The
soup was served by Mrs- Kelley, and
partners were changed for the journey to
the home of Mrs. Talbot, where fish was
served. Turkey occupied the place of
honor at the home of Mrs. Ladd, and
again the partners were changed. Des
sert wsb eaten at the home of Mis. Will
iam Green. The evening was unusually
pleasant and a great deal of enjoyment
was experienced by the following: Messrs
and Meedames Green, Holyoke, Irvine,
Kelley, Ladd, Tilton, Bailey, Dorr,
Green, Fawell, Fling, Harley, Talbot,
Manse; Mrs. Lansing and Mrs. Mar
cotte. Mrs. A. S. Raymond gave a luncheon
to the Fortnightly club in honor of Mrs.
Imhoff and Mrs. Rodgers on Friday at
one o'clock. Mrs. Imhoff will leave
soon for New York and Mrs. Rodgers
expects to make her home in Denver.
An elaborate luncheon was served to
the following gue6ts: Mesdames Bar
bour, Campbell, Field, Gere, Green,
Hinman, Lamb, Lambertson, Richards,
Rickette, Rodgers, Imhoff, Taylor, Wil
son, Brooks, Sawyer; Misses Harris and
Herron. Speeches were made after the
luncheon, and a very pleasant afternoon
Miss Flora Parker and Mr. Louis
Brisbin were married Wednesday after
noon at the home of ths bride's parents,
2220 D street. Mr. Brisbin was a mem
ber of company H, of the First Nebras
ka, and the decorations were flags, the
wedding service being given under a
large draped flag. Miss Maude Clover
was maid of honor and Mr. Fred Eck
well, a comrade of the groom in the Fili
pino war, was best man. A large num
ber of friends and relatives were present
a the ceremony, and the wedding break
fast was served after the congratula
tions. Mr. and Mrs. Brisbin went im
mediately to their new home at 2335 F
Mrs. George Clarke gave a Euchre
party to over thirty guests on Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Putnam and Mrs.
Helwig won the prizas. On Thursday
evening Mr. and Mrs. Clarke gave a
very delightful dinner. Mrs. Clarke
will give a kensington this afternoon.
Mrs. Manning gave an informal sup
per for Doctor L. H . Clark of the Chi
cago university, on Saturday, February
24th, after Doctor Clark's floe and
spirituello reading given in the Universi
Mrs. Manning gave a talk at Mrs. S.
B. Pound's for th.9 Daughters of the
Revolution ou Friday. Subject, Mar
blehead, with readings.
Mrs. Gere entertained the Lotos club
on Thursday. Mrs. A.J.Sawyer de
livered a brilliant and scholarly address
to the club on the theme of Home.
Miss Jennie Nisely and Mr. Frank
Hubbard, both of Lincoln, were married
on February 20th at the home of Mrs.
F. W. Drew of Chicago. Miss Nisely
was for years a successful teacher in the
Lincoln public schools and Mr. Hub
bard conducts a prosperous dairy farm
in Lancaster county.
A very pleasant social was held on
Monday night in the basement of the
Holy Trinity church. Refreshments
were served from flower b; decked tables
aud a large rumber of church members
and friends called during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Crancer entertained
the Good Times Euchre club very de
lightfully on Friday night. Those pres-
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