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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1902)
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Copyright, 1902, by Parkinson, New York.
Gregory The Coal Man.
Mrs. Charles D. Cone entertained the
Battenburg club yesterday.
Miss Prusslng of Chicago is the guest
of 'Mrs. G. M. Lambertson.
Miss Fanny Outcalt is in Lincoln
visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. D. E. Thompson entertained
Les Bohemiennes on Wednesday.
The Dooleys met last evening with
Misses Thorngate, Purdy and Gibbs.
Mr. Louie Westermann of Chicago is
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mi's.
Governor and Mrs. Savage will be
absent the most of next week in Oma
ha and Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lahr and Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Butler will give a card
party Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Edmund Baldwin and Mrs.
Harry Warner entertained the E. E. D.
kensington on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Mayer gave a
prenuptial dinner Friday evening for
Miss Mayer and Mr. Meyer.
Mrs. D. E. Thompson is entertaining
her mother, Mrs. Miller, and her sister,
Mrs. Charles Todd, of Chicago.
Doctor H. M. Casebeer came in to
day from Cherryvale, Kansas, to
spend Sunday with his family.
Mrs. Frank Evert spent this week In
Omaha with her sister, Mrs. Jackson,
wno nas recenuy moveu mere.
Mr. C. Le Roy of Falrbury and
Raymond Gould of Omaha, were Ini
tiated Into Sigma Chi fraternity Satur
Mrs. Catherine Bowman will give
kensingtons on Tuesday and Wednes
day afternoons of next week, at her
home, 1207 D street.
A most excellent musicale and elocu
tionary entertainment was given at the
Emanuel M. E. church on Friday even
ing, March the fourteenth. The com
mittee deserves great credit for the
arrangement of the program and the
fine talent secured. Following is the
Piano duet "Alpine Storm" Chas.
Kunkle, Op. 103; Grace Mussetter and
Contralto solo "Believe Me" Norman;
Piano solo "Air de Ballet" No. 2; "Ca
price Espagnol" Chaminade; Ethel Sy
ford. "Reading "New Year's Day" W. II. H.
Murray; Ona Tourtelotte.
Ladles Quartet "Breeze of the Night"
Lamothe; The Delphians.
Violin solo "Offertotre" A. Peron; El
Piano solo "La Feleuse" Raff; W. Roy
Double quartet "Soldier's Chorus,"
from Faust Gounod; The Delphians and
the Schuberts; accompanist, Marie Noran.
Piano solo "Consolation," "Gondo
llera" Liszt; Martin Hasse.
Male Quartet "Until the Dawn."
"When Day Fades" J. A. Parks; The
Reading "A Sisterly Scheme" Anon.
Baritone solo "Tho Wanderer" FIska,
"I'm Wearln' Awa' " Foote; Clayton
Violin solo "Romance" Johan S.
Svendsen, Op. 26: H. H. Husted.
Soprano solo "The Oriole" Gamer;
Constance Lillian Louchs.
Double quartet "Away to the Fields"
G. F. Wilson; The Delphians and the
Schuberts. Accompanist, Marie Noran.
fn and Jlbout , . .
A pasteboard woman has broken up
the amicable relations of the partners
In a meat firm of Cass county. the
Junior member secured one of those
representations of a smiling damsel, of
life like size, which are frequently
seen In the drug stores. He placed It
In the refrigerator of the shop and
there it smiled for the senior member
the very next time he entered. Bowing
and, apologizing he backed out of the
meat cell and then his partner gave
him th'e cruel te r- e. This he supple
mented by dragging forth the Image.
Sight of the paper lady's mocking smile
only added fuel to the fire of the
senior anger. Black with rage he spoke
his Indignation at being played for a
monkey and the next day the partner
ship was dissolved.
They were going home to their folk.
Two little Indian boys from the Genoa
school were recently found wandering
together through fields several miles
north of the little city where they had
been sent to school with fellow red
skins. In an unguarded moment they
got away and without money or ad
vice started on their long walk home,
trudging patiently and stolidly across
lots. One was aged five and the other
ten years. It was not at all to their
liking to be turned back but their cap
tor took them to the nearest railroad
station and the next train was boarded
for Genoa. They pleaded piteously to
be allowed to go to their home in South
While It Is sometimes regarded as
justifiable to snap evil conditioned veg
etables over the footlights, hardly an
audience will sympathize with the
throwing of nails. This happened one
evening recently In Columbus. The
play was not one' of great pretentions
but that was not wholly to the dis
credit of the cast. During the perform
ance somebody threw a nail onto the
stage and It struck an actress In the
face, drawing blood. Suppose she
wasn't one of the greatest. She wan
entitled to fair play for what ability
she had. So thought the audience,
which vigorously hissed the offender.
The little lady dashed the blood from
her face and went on with her part.
The audience so thoroughly enjoyed the
rest of the play that it forgot to seek
out and arrest the man who Hung the
McCook has Just lost u valuable citi
zen, according to reports. He had
many friends about the town and that
was Just the trouble. One day the
hunting fever took him. With shotgun ,
In hand he hastened to the plains.
Ducks were the birds he was after. He
encountered a pool. Glossy and soft It
shone in the sunlight and there upon
its smooth surface placidly swam a
dozen ducks. He spent nigh onto five
minutes creeping to h hillock from
which he might get a better broad
side. Then he fired both barrels in
quick succession. Rather surprised
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