The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, June 29, 1901, Page 6, Image 6

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Good Digestion.
Summer Comfort
Home Happiness
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GOMPHNY,
BURR BLOCK.
Shoes for
Little Feet
Should be selected with the
utmost care. The comfort
and proper support of a child's
foot is of great importance.
Our stock is full of the best
styles and the best makes
the selection of just the right
shoe is a very easy matter.
They are easy to pay for, too.
PERKINS & SHELDON
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Mr. Wilson Muir, late -of Laareace
ville preparatory school, New Jersey,
stopped in Lincoln on his way to Wy
oming where he will work in a mine
this' summer. In the year that Mr.
Muir has been at school he has attain
ed a height of six feet aod a correspond
ing breadth. Laurenceville is divided
into houses and formB and Wilson Muir
played full-back on his house team so
successfully that he has a satisfactory
prospect of getting on the school team
next year. After spending two days
with hie grandmother, Mrs. Wilson, he
went on his way saying that the west is
the finest country of all and that the
eastern girls are neither bo pretty nor
so attractive as the western girls. Mr.
Muir is preparing for Princeton and
will take a course in mining engineering.
On Tuesday morning about fifty
ladies enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
J. W. Johnson at her home on south
Twenty-seventh street, from ten to
twelve. Notwithstanding the heat of
the morning the guests were made com
fortable in the shaded parlors and on
the spacious lawn where a large canopy
tent had been stretched under the trees.
The lawn was brightened with rugs,
divans and pillows, and the porch was
decorated with flags and bunting in
honor of the coming national holiday.
A short program was rendered, after
which cooling ices were served by the
hostess and a delightful social time, was,
enjoyed by the guests.
Governor Savage and his staff and a
few other guests were entertained by
Colonel and Mrs. S. M. Melick at an
eight course dinner Monday evening.
Smilax, ferns and roses formed the ta
ble decorations. The guests were Gov
ernor and Mrs. Savage, Colonel and
Mrs. It. E. GitTen, Colonel and Mrs. C.
M. Keefer, Colonel and Mrs.C. D. Evans
of Columbus, General" L. W, Colby of
Beatrice, Mrs. C. E. Davis and Miss
Meyer.
Mrs. James Tyler gave a kensington
at her home, 1634 K street, Wednesday
afternoon. Punch and ice cream were
served by Miss Lowry and Miss Tyler,
and music was furnished by Miss De
weeee. The decorations were pink and
white carnations. The guests were
Mesdamee Guenzel, Inkster, Boyce,
Davis, McCluBky, McClay, Heaton,
William Tyler, J. L. Greene, Phillips,
Sizer. Marshall, Miss Deweeee and Miss
Lowry.
Senator Crounse, Miss Crounse and
Mibs Marie Crounse, Governor and Mrs.
Savage, Senator and Mrs. Edgar of Bea
trice and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ager have
gone to the Black Hills for a short vaca
tion. They will also visit Lead City,
Spearfisb, Deadwood, Custer, Sylvan
Lake and Hot Springs.
Mies Garnet Geer entertained the
East Lincoln club at a lawn party
Thursday afternoon. Refreshments were
served by Mrs. Geer. The members ate
Misses Eola Auld, Josephine Poynter,
Edna Guod, Kate and Agnes McLaugh
lin, Helen Tuttle, Sidney Murphy,
Florence Roberts, Garnet Geer, Week
baugh and Mrs. Finarty.
About twenty-five years ago the
Omaha Indians signed over lands to
the government with the promise that
the same reserved to them in Thurston
county should be deeded to them as full
citizens at the end of twenty-five -years.
The time has -nearly -expired -and re
cently the Indians of that reservation
sent a delegation to Washington to
have the "time extended twenty-live
years longer. They believe they will be
in better condition to take care of their
valuable property then than they are
now. There are many bright people
among the Omahas. Mrs. T. H. Tib
bies of Lincoln, wife of a prominent
attorney, is the daughter of Joseph La
Flesche, who waa one of the chiefs who
signed the lands over to the govern
ment. Mrs. Tibbies has written a hie.
tory of her people and is a student of
art who will some day make her name
known among portrait painters. Two
recent portraits have attracted much
favorable comment.
A party of university men and alum
ni will leave next week for Colorado,
where they will remain for two months.
The party will consist of Messrs. John
J. Foeelef, John L. Kind, E. W. Wash
burn, G. F. Miles of Madison; Emil
Lange of Fairbury; R. C. Pollard of Ne
hawka; R. C. Powers of Norfolk; Brown
of York, and D. H. Homan of Omaha.
The party will spend most of the time
around Manitou, studying botany and
geology from nature.
General Vifquain has written a story
about an expedition consisting of four
young men who left Washington in
1861 or 1862 to capture Jefferson Davis.
Of course they were not successful, but
his narrative is a pleasant enough re
cital of a lark. General Vifquain in
tends publishing the account which
occupies ninety pages of type-written
manuscript.
Mrs. James W. Dawes is visiting Mr.
and Mrs.C. H. Gere. She returns to
Crete on Monday whence after a few
days she will go to Milwaukee and
spend the summer with her mother.
In the fall she will join Major Dawes
who is stationed now in New York city,
a most desirable and complimentary
billet.
Mr. Frank King Clark has been visit
ing his fiancee, Miss Oakley. Second
Lieutenant Owen Oakley is visiting his
family in this city, momentarily expect
ing to receive notice of a billet to some
station in the Atlantic ocean. The
Lieutenant is an exceedingly well eet up
young man and modest withall, in spite
of his accomplishments.
Mr. and Mrs. North, 921 G street,
gave a lawn, party Thursday evening to
a club composed of the following mem
ben: Messrs. and Mesdames Setter,
McCain, Sawyer, Vanderpool, Chap
man, Hallett and North. Card play
ing was the entertainment, and light
refreshments were served.
Mrs. F. B. Righter gave a high tea
Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
James W. Dawes. The guests were
Mesdames Dawes, Gere, Burnham, A.
S. Raymond, L. C. Richards and Nance.
Mrs. Hollowbush gave a morning party
on Tuesday to announce the engagement
of Miss Henrietta Hollowbush to Mr.
Homer Honeywell.
The Missed West of Baltimore, who
have been the guests of Miss Garten,
left Tuesday for the east. Miss Garten
also entertained Miss Camp of Chicago
last week.
Married, at tbe home of the bride's
.sister, Mrs. P. H. Grummann, Tuesday
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