The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, April 05, 1902, Page 8, Image 8

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Gregory The Coal Man.
Mrs. C. H. Rudge Is In Chicago.
Miss Maynard of Omaha is a guest
of Mrs. W. J. Turner.
The Unity club gave a dance Wed
nesday night at Walsh hall.
Doctor and Mrs. A. R. Mitchell are
in Chicago attending grand opera.
Miss Alice Cowdery was the guest
of Mrs. George Fawell this week.
Mrs. John Gordon of Tabor, Iowa,
is the guest of Mrs. L M. Raymond.
Mrs. Clinton R. Lee and Mrs. C. H.
Rudge will entertain the M. M. whist
club this evening.
Mrs. De Vol and Miss Shean of New
York city, aunt and cousin of Mrs.
Ellas Baker, are her guests.
Mrs. Avery Haggard of St. Paul,
Minnesota, is the guest of her parents.
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Broady.
The class of 1902 of the Clinton school
gave a party Saturday evening at the
home of the president. Miss Ruth Long.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Leonard en
tertained Les Bohemlennes Saturday
night in honor of Mrs. Beeson of Oma
ha. Miss Bcrnlce Wort gave a dinner
Saturday evening to the teachers In
the Whlttler school, at her home, 1027
F street.
Mrs. William Cook Wilson and Mrs.
John Brooks Wright will give a buffet
luncheon Saturday, the twelfth, at the
home of Mrs. Wright.
Mrs. Ross Curtice entertained a com
pany of Mrs. A. G. Beeson's friends at
cards yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Bee
son has been here for a week visiting
her Lincoln friends.
The marriage of Miss Agnes Golla
her and Mr. Hugh B. Dalley was cele
brated Monday morning at St. Theresa
pro-cathedral. They left the same day
for a trip to Colorado.
Miss Catherine Odcll, of Evansvllle.
Ind., 1b the guest of Mrs. Mark Woods.
Miss Odell resided in Lincoln for sev
eral years and has many friends here
who nre glad to welcome her. She will
remain for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lahr and Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Butler entertained the
members of the Monday night card
club and La Veta whist club, with
some other friends, a hundred In all,
at six hand euchre Tuesday evening at
the Lahr home.
Mr. Fred Deweese is in Pittsburgh
this week attending the national con
vention of Phi Kappa Psl fraternity. A
feature of the convention was a visit
by the delegates to old Jefferson college
at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, where
the fraternity was founded fifty years
ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Lewis gave a
military euchre Monday evening In
honor of Miss Wing. Nine tables ac
commodated the players. Miss Wing,
who has been the guest of Lincoln
relatives for some time, left Wednes
day for her home In West Newton,
Massachusetts.
Wednesday at noon the marriage of
Miss Mao C. Maughn to Mr. Jo
seph H. Williams was celebrated at
the home of the br"j's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Maughn. Reverend
Williams performed the ceremony.
Miss Gertrude Strange and Mr. George
Williams were attendants. A small
number of relatives and friends were
present. The bride received many
pretty gifts.
A surprise was perpetrated last Fri
day evening on Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
Welch at their home, 503 South
Eleventh street. It being the third an
niversary of their marriage. Those
present were Messieurs and Mesdames
M. E. Welch, G. R. Putnam. W. P,
DuVail, Kllean, Henry James: Misses
Welch, June Welch, Clara Thomas,
Mabel McNeil; Messieurs G. F. Sen
ner and Leroy DeVore.
Mrs. Katherine L. Bowman gave
kenslngtons on Tuesday and Wednes
day afternoons in honor of Mrs. L. E.
Howey, of Knoxville, Illinois. Other
out of town guests were Mesdames W,
C. Black, L. B. Howey and F. H.
Howey. all of Beatrice. The house was
decorated with palms, ferns, roses, car
nations and hyacinths. A mandolin or
chestra furnished music. A luncheon
was served each afternoon.
BENJAMIN F. BAILEY, M. D.
Benjamin F. Bailey, M. D., has been for fifteen years one of the best
known physicians In Lincoln. In addition to his large practice he Is a
prime mover In the Sanitorium company located at Normal. Is presi
dent of the state board of health and also president of the American
Institute of Homeopathy. Besides these positions he has been at the
head of the state homeopathic association.
He was born In Littleton, N. H., under the shadow of the White
mountains. After a thorough academic preparation he graduated from
Hahnemann Medical college in 18S1.
He soon had a lucrative practice in Manchester, N. H., but threatened
pulmonary troubles drove him westward and he settled In Lincoln fif
teen years ago. He soon formed a wide acquaintance and quickly be
came popular In social circles. Friends he attracts In great numbers on
account of his cultured manners and loyalty to acquaintances.
In his profession Dr. Bailey takes high rank. He has been the head
of the state homeopathic society and is at present president of the Amer
ican Institute, the national organization.
He presided at the fifty-fifth annual session held at Atlantic City
June 20 to 24 of last year. The attendance was large and the meeting
was the most successful one in the history of the organization.
Dr. Bailey Is the youngest man that ever held the Institute presidency
and it may also be remarked that he is the first presiding officer chosen
from the region west of the Mississippi.
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