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the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Le Gore,
Mrs. Harry Evans and Mrs. Warner.
On Friday afternoon Mesdames Folsom
gave a second card party similar to the
odd od Thursday. On this occasion the
assistants were: Mrs. Tom Munger,
Mies Julia Lippincott and Mies Jennie
Smith. The third party of the series
was given on Friday evening. Mrs. Van
Brunt, Mrs. Frank Hill and MiBS Harp
bam assisted in serving luncheon, while
Miss Emma Dalby served punch in the
ball at each function. This afternoon
sixty ladies will be entertained at a
kensington. The house decorations are
of red and white carnations.
Mrs. E. R. Sizer entertained at a
kensington on Monday, at which the
guests of honor were Mrs. Winter of
Baltimore and Mrs. John Hewitt of
Columbus, Ohio. The house decora
tions were of roses, carnations and
lerne. An enjoyable feature was fur
nished by Mrs. Winter, who rendered
several piano solos. Luncheon was
served to the guests, who were: Mes
dames Winter, Hewitt, Ames, Moore,
Frankisb, Crittenden, Harley, Piper,
Evans, Inkster, Richards, Rudge, Tyler,
E. W. Davis, Lewis of Normal, Usher,
F. W. Brown, Guy Brown, Eason, Ew
ing, Guthrie, Stearns, Green, Mansfield,
Thomas, Goener of Philadelphia, Mar
shall, Miller, Camp.Bailey and Grainger.
The Omaha chapter of the Daughters
of the American Revolution was delight
fully entertained Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Allen, the chapter
regent. It was one of the most impor
tant and interesting meetings of the
year. Five new names were proposed
for membership. After the business
session was over a charming program
followed, consisting of violin solos beau
tifully rendered by Mr. Guy Woodward
and a talk by the state regent, Mrs.
Pound of Lincoln. Mrs. Pound charmed
all by her personality and interesting
remarks upon the early history of Ne
braska. The program closed with a solo
by Mr. Woodward and then followed an
informal reception to Mrs. Pound. Light
refreshments were served. The Omaha
Married, on Tuesday, at the home of
the bride, in Los Angeles, California,
Miss Jane Cobb Macfarland, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Macfarland, and
Mr. Ralph Wilson Douglas, of St.
Joseph, Missouri. The bride was
gowned in white satin with point lace
trimmings, and wore a tulle veil.
The bride was attended by her sisters,
Misses Jessie and Ruth Macfarland,
both of whom have man; friends in
Lincoln, their formor home. The bride
is a member of the University class of
'09, and of Kappa Alpha Theta fra
ternity, to which she was a valuable
addition. Mr. Douglas is engaged in
business in St. Joseph, which city will
be their future home.
The alumnae, active and pledged
members of Delta Delta Delta were the
guests of Mrs. O. E. Rector last Sat
urday afternoon. A musical game fur
nished the entertainment, in which
prizes were won by Miss Bonnell and
MissAuId. Refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. II. P.
Lau. The guests were: Mrs. Jame3
Manahan, Mrs. Woodward Jonss of
Wayne; Misses Cora Smith, Auld, Cidy,
Grimison, Mamie Miller, Mackin, Ames,
Frankiah, Poynter, Koehler, Casebeer,
Gund, Du Teil, Walker, Powers, Salle,
Nichelson, Bonnell, Winifred Bonnell,
Whittier, Bignell, Murray and Laach.
Members of the L. A. kensington and
their husbands and a few other guests
pent an enjoyable evening at the home
f Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Harpham on
Tuesday evening. Six-handed euchre
was played and a two-course supper was
surved at ten o'clock. The gueBtB were
Messrs. and Mesdames Billmeyer, Davis,
Chapin, Van Brunt, Seacrest, Robinette,
Wilkinson. Jones, Kennard. Campbell,
A. A. Scott, Hill, Usher, Kelley, Le
Gore, J. C. Harpham; Mesdames Pitcher,
Patrick, Wendling and Cook of Chicago.
A delightful card party was given by
Mrs. Walter Davis on Thursday after
noon. The gueste were met at the door
by little Jessie Clark, who was dressed
in red. They were received by Mrs.
DaviB, assisted by Mrs. A. G. Davis and
Mrs. Kennard; Mrs. Mockett, Mrs. C. I.
Jones, Mrs. Billmeyer and MiBs Mabel
Johnson also assisted in the parlors and
in serving the delicious two course
luncheon which followed the game.
The decorations were of palms and
American beauty roses, and were espec
ially effective in the hall. The guostB
were: Mesdames Aitken, Blackburn,
Billmeyer, Baker, Crandall, Crosby,
Cook, Folsom, Finch, Field, Fling,
Guenzel, Green, Gerhart, Garoutte,
Harpham, Harris, Holyoke, Hoover,
Helwig, Hutchins, HiM, Ingalls, Kell
ogg, Latshaw, C. R. Lee, Lahr, Le Gore,
Moore, Charles Mayer, Henry Mayer,
Risser, George Kisser, Kehlaender,
Kewick, Rewick, Bobbins, Rudge, Rec
tor, Stonebraker, Scott, Shelton, Sea
crest, Turner, Turner. Thompson, Tate,
Taylor, Usher, Van Brunt, Wilkinson,
Putnam, I. G. Chapin. Seacrest, Frank
Woods, Nance, S. Hoover and Will
Phillips; Misses Putnam, Galbraith
Keller and Risser.
After an absence of nearly six years.
Reverend John Hewitt of Columbus,
Ohio, is spending a few day 3 with his
friends and former parishioners in this
city, ne is accompanied by Mrs. Hew
itt, who has been the guest of honor at
many social functions during the last
two weeks. Especially enjoyable was
the reception given on Wednesday eve
ning at Holy Trinity Episcopal church.
The Sunday school room was elaborate
ly decorated for the occasion; autumn
foliage was used in profusion, while
lamps and rugs added a home-like ap
pearance. Ice cream and cake were
served from a table decorated with red
carnations and lighted with red candles,
and coffee was poured by Mrs. E. R.
Sizer and Mrs. Guy Brown. The charm
of the evening was in its informality.
At the request of the rector, Mr. Hewitt
will preach at Holy Trinity on Sunday
Doctor II. B. Lowry entertained the
Round Table on Monday evening. Mr.
G. M. Lambertson, the leader, chose
for his subject "The Taxation of Rail
roads. Do Railroadr Pay their Just
Amount of Taxation?" Those 'present
were: Judge Field, Judge Cornish,
Judge Holmes, Doctor Hindman, Doctor
Rowlands, Doctor Hill, Doctor Lowry,
Doctor Davenport, Messrs. F. M. Hall,
C. 0. Whedon, C.H.Gere, S. L. Geist
hardt, Busbnell, A.J.Sawyer, Baird,
Lambertson, J. II. Harley, R. E. Moore,
E.E.Brown, H. H. Wilson, H. E.
Lewis and J. E. Miller. The next
meeting will be held on November 4th
at the home of Judge Field. Mr. J. E.
Miller, the leader, has chosen for his
subject "Manual Training in the Public
Captain T. W. Griflilh returned to
Lincoln on Tuesday, after serving three
jears in the Filipines. On Thursday
Captain and Mrs. Griffith were the
guests of honor at a dinner given by
Mrs. Walter Hargreaves. On Friday
evening a dinner was given in their
honor by Mrs. Yates, while this evening
Les Bohemiennes will give a compli
mentary dinner at the Lincoln. Cap
tain and Mrs. Griffith will leave 'ery
soon for Pittsburg, where Captain Grif
fith will report for special duty.
The N. Y. World says of Fannie
Bloomfield Zeisler: She played wonder
fully well, with a tremendous energy,
with an exuberance of color and force,
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with a great variety of expressiveness,
with a superlative degree of indivfdu
ality. She is a most interesting pianist
in her artistic abandon." Madam Zeis
ler will ba heard Tuesday evening, Oc
tober 29th, at tbe First Presbyterian
Governor Savage attended a. cowboy's
carnival held at Hyannis on Wednes
day. The Governor was accompanied
by Secretary of State Marsh, State
Treasurer Stuefer, Land Commissioner
Follmer, Stale Auditor Weston, Super
intendent Fowler, Attorney General
Prout, Messrs. S. C. BaBsett, E. R.
Sizer, J. H. Ager, C.L.Eaton, L.L.
Lindsey and Simpkins.
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Pierson, on
Wednesday noon, Miss Margaret E.
Pierson and Mr. John D. Olson of Chi
cago. After a wedding breakfast Mr.
and Mrs. Olson left for Buffalo. They
will also visit other eastern cities before
returning to Chicago, where they will
On Wednesday evening Pi Beta Pbi
conducted the ceremony of initiation at
the home of Miss Burruss, GS$ South
Fourteenth street. The novitiates were
Misses Kate Whitmore of Valley, Edna
Holland of Falls City, Willa Allen of
Madisor, Giace Conerd of Atlantic,
Iowa, Bess Burruss. Blanche Meeker
and Pearl Archibald of Lincoln.
The price of admission to hear the
great artists brought to Lincoln by tbe
various organizations is lower than that
of any other town in the United States.
Think of hearing Fannie Bloomfield
Zeisler for "5c. First Presbyterian
church, Tuesday. October 29th.
Married, on Wednesday evening, at
the home of tbe bride's parents, 407
South Fourteenth street. Miss Bertha
M Denman and Mr. A. Frank Pacal.
Mr.and Mrs. Pacal will be ct home to
thair friends at 2544 P street after De
The Unity club met for the first time
this season on Wednesday evening, at
tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayer
High five was the form of entertain
ment, and prizes were won by Miss
Friend and Mr. Henoch.
A musicale and reception were given
at Trinity M. E. church last night in
honor of Reverend and Mrs. N. A. Mar
tin, and of Mrs. C. C. White, who has
recently returned to Lincoln after an
absence of several years.
The Fortnightly club and their hus
bands were entertained on Tuesday eve
ning by Mrs. A. J. Sawyer and Mrs.
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