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tice, W. P. Kelley, Marshall, W. G. Mor
rison, Mark Woods and Frank Woods.
Pink ices and wafeis were served up.
Bt airs in a room decorated with pink
roses by Miss Pauline Burkitt of Cleve
land, assisted by Miss Nolan of St.
Louis and Misses Putnam, Cochrane,
Hollowbush and Gahan. The reception
was followed by an informal dance.
Miss Clara Walsh has returned from
Europe, where she has spent the last
eighteen months in traveling and in
visiting the art galleries of Spain,
France, Italy and Germany. She also
studied with several well known artists
in Paris, and was honored last summer
Ly having one of.ber pictures hung in
the Paris salon. This picture which is
entitled "La Jeanne Fille," is a portrait
of an Italian girl. Another painting of
Miss Walsh's which was greatly ad
mired is a portrait of a young girl look
ing down at a cent which she holds on
her open palm. This picture is called
"Le Petit Sous." Many other beauti
ful paintings which give evidence of the
true artist nature were brought home
by Miss Walsh, some of which are taken
from nature, and some are reproductions
of the masterpieces of earlier artists.
Ladies who are planning to attend the
Etate federation of Women's clubs at
Wajne next week can leave Lincoln
over the Elkhorn at 7 A.M., change
cars at Fremont and arrive at Norfolk
at 12:05. Dinner may be procured there
and at 12:50 another train will leave for
Wayne, arriving at two o'clock in the
afternoon. It is possible to leave Lin
coln at 1:15 in the afternoon, arriving at
Norfolk at 720 in the evening. There
will be no train out until 6:30 in the
morning, arriving at Wayne an hour
later. Returning, one can leave Wayne
at 6:40 in the evening, remain all night
at Norfolk, leave at 6:20 the next morn
ing and arrive in Lincoln at 10:35 A. M.
Another train leaves Wayne at 9:10 in
the morning and reaches Lincoln at 6:05
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"" hours for dinner at Norfolk.
Thursday was Nebraska day at the
Pan-American exposition. Governor
Savage left on Monday for Buffalo, ac
companied by the following staff: Col
onel and Mrs. J. H. Thomas, Colonel
and Mrs, J. B. Watkins, Colonel Frank
E. Moores, General L. W. Colby, Colonel
and Mrs. George E. Jenkins, Colonel
and Mrs. John H. Brown, Reverend Mr.
Lake, Colonel O. J. Bills, Captain Geo.
Lyons, Colonel and Mrs. C. D. Evane,
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Presson, Colonel
and Mrs. Melick, Colonel and Mrs.
Bryson, Dr. H. J. Winnett, Hon.F.M.
Prout.Mr. R. J. Clancey, Colonel C. J.
Miles, Captain H. L. Hull. Captain Sim
odynes. Among the mueicians who will
furnish the program are Miss Marie
Hoover and Mies Silence Dales.
On Thursday evening occured the
wedding of Miss May De Lashmutt,
niece of Mrs. J. F. Hutchins, and Mr.
Arthur Currier Morrill, son of Regent
C. H. Morrill of this city. The cere
mony was performed at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Hutchins, in tbe presence of
eighteen guests. Smilax and roses were
used in decorating the rooms. After
the ceremony a wedding supper was
served by Mies Wilma CaBebeer and
Gladys Garoutte. Mr. and Mrs. Mor
rill will reside on a large cattle ranch at
Pi Beta Phi were entertained at five
o'clock tea at tbe home of Miss Stuart
last Saturday evening. The active and
associate members had for their guests
the pledged members and Mesdames
Andrews, Sawyer, Morrill, A. S. Ray
mond and Kimball. Music was fur
nished by Miss Stuart, Miss Turner and
b reet, Miss Helen E. Lowrie, daughter miiimimmmmimmimiiimmmihiimmmmimmmmmmmimmmm
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Hoover, former dean of Cotnor univer
sity. Mr. and Mrs. Hoover will visit
during October in Kansas City, St.
Louis and other cities in Misesuri, after
which they will be at home at 2926 Q
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Miss Ruth Bryan gave a dinner on
Friday evening in honor of the pledged
members of Delta Gamma, also to cele
brate her sixteenth birthday. The
members of Delta Gamma planned to
initiate the pledges on this occasion and
interrupt the dinner, but Misa Bryan
very cleverly outwitted any interruption
of the dinner by issuing the invitations
for seven o'clock and privately inform,
ing the guests that the time was really
six. When the members of the in
quisition arrived at seven o'clock the
guestB were securely sipping their after-dinner
coffee and were quite ready
to be initiated. Six young gentlemen
were guests with the six pledges.
Miss Edna Bullock, who was recently
elected iecretary of the Nebraska li
brary commission, is seriously ill with
typhoid fever at Olympia. Washington.
The crisis of the disease is now passed,
however, and it is probable that Mies
Bullock will be able to enter upon her
duties in November.
The P. E. O. society were entertained
by Mrs. G. D. Follraer on Monday eve
ning. Unique refreshments were served,
consisting of muEh and milk in bowls
or metal trays, with brown paper nap
kins; pineapple sherbet and cake were
Mrs. D. M. Butler, president of the
Matinee Musicale, will give an opening
reception to the members next Monday
evening, October seventh, at Walsh
hall. Music will be furnished by Mrs.
Will Owen Jones and Mrs. Holyoke.
Mrs. R. T. Van Brunt entertained the
L. A. kensington on Tuesday morning.
The election of officers also occurred at
this time, resulting in the reelection of
Mrs. Van Brunt as president, with Mrs.
A. D. Wilkinson for treasurer.
Mrs. J. H. Geer and Mise Garnet
Geer left on Thursday -for Chicago,
where Miss Garnet will attend college
duriug the winter. Mrs. Geer will
make an extended visit in Illinois before
returning to Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Harrison
spent Wednesday with Lincoln friends.
On Thursday they went to Grand Isl
and, where they will visit for several
days before starting on their trip to
Married, on Thursday evening, at the
home of the bride's father, 506 South
Tenth street, Miss Elonore II. Her
mingbaus and Mr. Bertram J. Spencer.
Mr. Spencer is an instructor in the
Miss Sarah Alexander of Omaha is
the guest of Miss Sadie Burnham. Miss
Alexander is the daughter of Mr. W. II.
Alexander, formerly of Lincoln. The
family will soon remove to Evanston,
Miss Bessie Sperry of New York City
is the guest of Mrs. W. M. Leonard.
Mrs. F. L. Sheldon, also of New York
City, is visiting Mrs. Leonard and Mrs.
The Century club met on Tuesday
with Mrs. E. Lewis Baker. Mrs. Candy,
the club president, and Mrs. M. Scott
will represent the club at Wayne.
Mrs. Elmer E. MaGee of Omaha, is
visiting relatives here for a few weeks.
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HUTCHINS tSs HYAOTT.
NEW BOOKS . . .
Are being- constantly received by us. Our prices are
as low as any Department store. We have a line of
fountain pens suitable for college and commercial use,
containing the goods of the best known makers. Our
"U. of N." pen at J1.00 is the equal of anv $1.50 pen
made. Our "High School" pen at 69c is worth $1.00.
THE LINCOLN BOOK STORE,
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hall Saturday evening, in honor of their
Captain and Mrs. C. N. Baird have
returned from the G. A. K. convention
at Cleveland. They also visited the
The active members of Pi Beta Phi
gave a chating dish party at the home
of the Misses Stuart on Thursday eve
ning. Mrs. Cora Davison, who has recently
returned from Europe, is the guest of
Mrs. A. S. Raymond, en route to Den
ver. The Lotos club met with Mrs.
Weeks on Thursday, October third
at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs.Andrews was leader.
Gregory, The Coal Man, 11th &. O.
Dr. II. J. Winnett left on Monday
for a visit to the Buffalo exposition.
Mrs. Will Dorgan and Mrs. H. M.
Rice are visiting in Aurora, Nebr.
Senator Dietrich is spending part of
the week in Lincoln.
Mrs C. E. Yates has returned from an
Dr. Carr, surgeon. 141 South 12th.
On last Friday evening at the Uni
versity chapel Mr. John E. Butler,
organist of Trinity cathedral, gave
an organ recital. Although the
organ is badly out of repair and
squeaks atrociously, Mr. Butler's tech
nique and musical taste conquered,
and the evening was one of unusual
enjoyment to the large number of
musicians present. The organ is the
most solemn instrument there is.
If there were no churches the moment
a master's hand touched the keys
which sends the air rushing through
the big reeds everybody who heard
would immediately begin to think of
very solemn things: religion, death,
resurrection, and be moved by un
named depths of feeling.
A large organ holds a note and
lets go of it. reluctantly, and thus Is
peculiarly tittcd to hymns and the
solemn tunes whose movement isslow.
For this reason it is somewhat diffi
cult to interest a large number of
people in organ music.
Mr. Butler's reputation and a public
which Mrs. P. V.M.Raymond has edu
cated into an appreciation of the pos
sibilities of organ music tilled the
lower floor of the large university
chapel. Chopin's Funeral March was
orchestrally impressive. This magnifi
cent march which begins with tones
of stricken, hopeless dejection and
rises to a paean of triumph over the
grave and mortality, Mr. Butler played
with a deep conviction ol Chopin's
meaning. The March Militaire was
interpreted with the precision, sure
ness and brilliancy characteristic of
this musician's work. Miss Turner,
who has a voice of great power and
sweetness, sang "To Sevilla" and
"With Verdure Clad." She was re
called twice and sang very artistically
and with much musical feeling "Loch
Lomond" and an April song,
Mr. Butler plays the piano as well
as he does the organ, which, in an or
ganist, is a rare accomplishment.
Persons with no taste in particular
and no education in particular listen
to his interpretations of Schumann,
Schubert, Beethoven and Cnopin with
a pleasure and profit directly the re
sult of ibe interpreter's sympathy and
knowledge. Asa composer Mr. But
ler is not without distinction, and he
renders his improvizations with the
added fervor always inherent in the
creations of one's own mind. The pro
gram is appended:
Prelude and Fugue J. S. Bacli
Vorspiel to Lohengrin Wagner
To Sevilla J. Dessauer
Miss Bessie Turner.
Overture, Semiramide Rossini
Intermezzo, Forget-me-not.. Macbeth
March Funebre Chopin
Stars Franco Leoni
Miss Bessie Turner.
Pilgrim's Chorus Wagner
March Militaire Gounod-Archer
Les Preludes Liszt
Mr. J. E. Butler.
Miss Anne Stuart, accompanist.
Married, on Tuesday evening, at the Delta Gamma gave an informal but
home of the bride, 1025 South Fifteenth very pleasant dancing party in Walsh
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