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cleverness with tricks of legerdemain.
.After the music a delicate three
coutre luncheon was served.
The guests were Les Bohemlennes,
the Strollers, and their husbands.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtice will entertain
again In about two weeks.
Mrs:-C E. Steele entertained the W.
T. M. charmingly Thursday afternoon.
After the transaction of business quo
tations from" Nebraska poets were glv
en. Plans for a Hallowe'en parly, to
be-given next Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D..J. He's, were
discussed. An elaborate luncheon was
served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Ieltch and Mrs. Sherdeman. Those
present were Mesdames Edleman,
Evans, Gentzler, Hess, Hood, Harlan,
Kaufman, Lasch, Leltch, Lane, Morse,
Raymond, Sherdeman, Steel?, Swltre.
The next regular meeting will be h'll
at the home of Mrs. M. B. Ed'eman.
1645 Washington street. Quotat'on?
from Benjamin Franklin.
A large number of the Patriarchs
gathered Saturday evening at the home
of Mr. .and Mrs. C. E. Yates for a
business meeting followed by a social
time. The hours spent together at the
home of Mrs. Yates, who has been
president of the club for two years,
were full of pleasure. Dainty refresh
ments were served. Officers elected for
the year are: President. Mrs. C. G.
Crittenden: vice president Mrs. P. M.
Hall: secretary. Mrs. W. F. Klley:
treasurer. Mr. F. D. Levering: mem
bers of executive board. Mrs. S. H.
Burnham and Mrs. F. M. Fling.
The Cotillion club opens its season
with, a party at Fraternity hall this
evening. Pretty favors have ben se
cured for the occasion and Mr. Leon
ard will sit at the favor table. Coffee
and sandwiches will be served. Mr. W.
A. Green will lead in the dance, and
will hereafter alternate with Doctor
Ladd. who with Mrs. Ladd has re
turned to the club membership this
year. New members are Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Haymond, Mr. and Mrs. O.
E. Rector and Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Lau. There are twenty couples In the
club. In electing new members conge
nlabillty Is sought after, thus assuring
Society is awakening Just a little to
its responsibilities. The Daughters of
the American Revolution combined
pleasure with business on Wednesday
and pronounced Mrs. Pound's lunch
eon a success. The De Witt
house-warming and the Curtice
musicale on Thursday evening
were pleasant affairs, and the Hellwlg
Aitken parties yesterday had the spice
of- novelty which was scarcely needed,
as parties In that charming home are
always- enjoyed by t"he fortunate
The southeast circle of the First
Presbyterian church was pleasantly
entertained Wednesday afternoon by
Mrs. M. W. Folsom and Mrs. L. J.
Dunn. The officers elected for next
year are:. Chairman. Mrs. L. J. Dunn;
assistant chairman, Mrs. C. S. Jones;
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Frank Evert.
The circle will meet once each month at
the homes of the members: refresh
ments will be restricted to two articles
and "the ladies will pay five cents a
week each, from the first of October to
the first of June.
At the- home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. Thomas Campbell, in Havelock.
on Monday evening, was celebrated the
marriage of Miss Mae Boynton and
Mr. Floyd Swearlngen, Reverend R.
Washington Burton officiating. Roses
smllax and -ferns were effectively
placed In the decorations. The bride's
gown was of white batiste trimmed
with point lace, and her bouquet was
of carnations and bride roses. Re
freshments were served In the dining
room after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. George Woods, Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Rector and Mrs. Langdon
of Omaha, constituted a box party at
the Wizard of Or performance Mon
day night. Mrs. Langdon, by the way!
Is .here to spend the winter with Mrs.
Rector; who is her sister.
Mrs. Fred L. DeWitt will give a ken
sington Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. F. W. Brown entertained Les
Bohemlennes Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. S. A. Drabo of Holdrege was n
guest of Mrs. John M. Stewart this
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ackerman will en
tertain the Unity club Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. M." I. Altken will enter
tain at euchre next Friday afternoon
The young ladles at the university
school of music are planning for a Hal
The Sans SoucI club gave a dancing
party, the first of the season, at Walsh
hall Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alblnus Nance an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter Helen to Mr. Walter L. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harris gave a
card party Thursday evening at their
home, 1126 South Eighth street. Gjests
were Messieurs and Mesdames R. A.
Jenks, F. A. Hall, and Mn" C. O. Harrl'.
Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall will be at
home informally to a few friendsMon
day evening at eight o'clock. A cha
rt Ing-dish supper will be served
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall will
give a small dinner tomorrow for Mr.
and Mrs. Beeson. and Miss Mae Burr
will entertain in their honor tomorrow
Mrs. E. E. Brown and Mrs. R. E.
Moore have cards out for a buffet
luncheon to be given Tuesday, Novem
ber fourth, from twelve to two o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stewart enter
tained a few friends informally Thurs
day evening in honor of Mrs. N. S.
Baird of Mason City, Iowa. Mrs. Baird
left for her home on Friday.
Mrs. W. L. Brown, of Des Moines, is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. F. W.
Hellwig. for a few days. She is en
route to Denver and stopped off here
to attend the Hellwig-Aitken parties.
Good things In anticipation are Mrs.
Hall's reception to the Woman's club
Monday, Mrs. and Miss Cdchrane's re
ception Thursday and the card party
to be given by- Miss Deweese and Mrs.
Menzendcrf on Friday.
Two years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coffin, of 1845 C street.
Miss Rose Carson has as her guest for
the winter her cousin. Miss Jennie Car
son of McConnelsburg, Pennsylvania.
Mrs. R. H. Oakley, who has been vis
iting her son. Ensign Owen Oakley. In
New York, arrived In Lincoln "day
and Is the guest of Mrs. C. E. Yates.
Miss Lena Deweese and Mrs. C. G.
Menzendorf will glvea card party next
Saturday afternoon at the Deweese
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Le Gore and Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Folsom will enter
tain the M. M. card club at a Hal
Miss Florence FIske's name was ac
cidentally omitted from the list of
young ladies invited into Pi Beta Phi
Professor and Mrs. G. E. Barber will
entertain the university faculty and the
students of the Latin department Mon
day evening at Fraternity hall.
Mr. -and Mrs. A. G. Beeson, of Oma
ha, are in town to attend the Cottl
lion club party tonight, and are guests
of Mr. and Mts. W. M. Leonard. They
are accompanied by Mrs. Beeson's
mother, Mrs. Miller, of Lafayette, Indiana.
La Veta whist club is the oldest so
cial club In the city. Its seventeenth
season began with a meeting at the
home of Judge and Mrs. A. W. Field
Monday evening, the thirteenth. The
plan of serving dinner at half after six
o'clock, commenced last season, 'will be
followed this year. La Veta will meot
Tuesday evening with Doctor and Mrs.
J. J.' Davis. 1426 E.street.
The Bachelor Girls' club is occasion
ally heard from, although, despite the
name, it is an unobtrusive organization
and courts neither bachelor men, nor
attentions of any kind, only accasional
good times when called together by
the president or some other member.
A cake made by the united efforts of
the members is constantly on hand,
and by its delicious quality disproves
the old saying that "too many cooks
spoil the broth."
Mr. S. R. Boyd entertained his class
of young married people of the Second
Presbyterian Sunday school Tuesday
evening. Selections from the writings
of American humorists were read.
Miss Helen Easterday sang some of
Eugene Field's songs and Mrs. Cala
nan played two piano numbers. Dainty
refreshments were served by Mrs.
(Boyd assisted by her sister Miss
Frantz of Monmouth, Illinois. Fifty
five persons were present.
sbe was bqual to lilt
The average Lincoln girl can be de
pended upon to prove herself equal to
an emergency. A young ma nand his
girl friend were standing at the corner
of Thirteenth and O streets one even
ing last week. They had attended the,
theatre and were waiting for a car.
The young man appeared nervous and
the girl ventured to ask him why It
"Really er " he began, "I don't be
lieve I have any change."
The car was coming and the jjirl
wa sdetermlned she woul dnot walk, so
she grabbed him by the arm and said:
"Come on, trust me, the conductor
can't any more than put us off." "But
listen," he pleaded, "thlak how em
barrassing lt: "
But they were on the car, and the
conductor had begun to collect fares.
It was very crowded and the girl
looked in vain for a familiar face.
A young man sat opposite her. She
had passed him on the street several
times, and he had made himself very
obnoxious by raising his hat and try
ing to attract her attention. Here was
a chance to get even. Her escort was
getting red in the face and squirming
considerably. The masher gave the
conductor a quarter and quick as a
flash she raised her hand. "Three
fares, please," and the conductor re
turned a dine to the smart guy, who
couldn't or wouldn't sajr a word, but
got up, and moved to the rear of the
car, where he stood and softly
whistled "In the good old summer
time." The other fellow thinks the
girl who could surmount a difficulty
like that is ace high.
The Dr. Benj. F. Bailey Sanatorium
Is not a hospital, not a hotel, but a home. The building Is situated on a sightly hill at Normal
and U reached by the cars of the Lincoln street railway, being only 28 minutes ride from the
business center of the city. It la thoroughly equipped and beautifully furnished. Everv
electric current useful in the treatment of the sick Is used, and ideal Turkish. Russian and
Medicated Baths are glren. In conditions where the kidneys and lh-er are affected, and In
cases of rheumatism, oar Hot Air treatment has been remarkably successful. For fall in
formation address 7M a, r. mmHmy mnmtmrlmm, Umomlm, M.
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