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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1903)
Mrs. H. P. Lau entertained the Strol
lers yesterday afternoon.
The E. E. D. kenslngton will give a
Saint Patrick's day party.
Mrs. George O. W. Farnham will give
a muslcale next Thursday.
Miss Katharine Woods of Schuyler is
the guest of Miss Blanche Garten.
Mrs. J. I. Teeters entertained the
Faculty Women's club on Wednesday.
Mrs. A. D. Wilkinson will entertain
the L. A. kenslngton Tuesday afternoon.
Mn. W. F. Schwlnd is entertaining
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Strother, of Mis
souri. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Seitz entertained
the Britannia high five club Wednesday
Mrs. Homer Honeywell entertained
informally this afternoon for Miss Grace
Mrs. W. E. Rhoades of Omaha is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. F. W. Metzger,
2819 Q street.
Mrs. James McNabb and Mrs. C. D.
Sanderson entertained the Battenburg
club on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Blackburn gave a
small dinner Saturday in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore will leave
tomorrow evening for their new home
in Seattle, Washington.
Mrs. Homer Honeywell will give a
luncheon on Tuesday, In honor of her
guest. Miss Grace Harrison.
Miss Helen Welch has as guests
Misses Mona Martin, Herberta Jaynes
and Fannie Cole of Omaha.
The W. T. M. will give a St. Patrick's
day party this evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Edleman.
Former Governor Larrabee and Mrs.
Larrabee, of Iowa, are guests of their
daughter, Mrs. Don L. Love, and Mr.
Phi Delta Phi, the law fraternity, gave
an Informal dance at Walsh hall Wed
nesday evening. Twenty-five couples
Mr. and Mrs. S. R Whiting will enter
tain informally at cards this evening in
compliment to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore
and Mrs. W. E. Rhoades.
Mrs. F. M. Van Horn is the guest of
Mrs. R. M. Le Gore. She is en route to
her new home in Los Angeles, whither
her husband has preceded her.
Mrs. Elmer Merrill gave a chafing
dish luncheon on Wednesday for Miss
Harrison. The guests were the mem
bers of a chafing dish club which for
merly existed in Lincoln.
Phi Beta Kappa will inltate twenty
five new members this evening at the
home of Professor and Mrs. T. M. Hodg
man. A three-course supper will follow
the ceremony. There will be sixty per
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friend enter
tained the Unity club Wednesday even
ing. Mrs. Simon D. Mayer and Mr. H.
Schleslnger won the prizes. Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Herzog and Mr. and Mrs. H.
Schlesinger will entertain the club at
its next meeting.
Mrs. E. K. Harris and three daught
ers arrived from Denver on Thursday
and are guests of Mrs. Harris' mother,
Mrs. Sob. Funke. Mr. and Mrs. Harris
are resaoving from Denver to Chicago,
and Mr. Harris has already gone to the
Mr. Robert Joyce gave an elaborate
dinner Wednesday evening in the cafe
at the Lincoln hotel. The guests were
MesBtears and Mesdames John T. Dor
gan, George J. Woods, O. E. Rector,
Gears CraBcer, H. P. Lau; Mrs. Homer
Honeywell, Miss Harrison, Mr. Van
Ness and Mr. Richards.
Mrs. George Fa well left Tuesday even
ing for New York, and will sail today
for London, to join her sister, Mrs. F.
J. W. Stoney, whose husband died lost
week in that city. It Is not known how
long Mrs. Fa well will be absent, but It
is supposed that Mrs. Stoney will ac
company her when she returns.
Mrs. C. E. Moore was hostess to the
W. T. M. on Thursday afternoon. Roll
call was responded to with current
events. Plans for the St. Patrick's day
party, to be given this evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edleman, were
arranged, and a pleasant social hour was
spent. The hostess was assisted by -her
daughters Margery and Helen in serving
a dainty luncheon.
Mrs. F. E. Campbell perpetrated a
pleasant surprise on her husband Thurs
day evening to celebrate his birthday an
niversary. The members of the li, A.
kenslngton and their husbands were the
guests. The ladies presented Mr. Camp
bell with a beautiful loving cup adorned
with cameo designs. Six-hand euchre
was played and a delicious supper was
served in three courses.
Mrs. C. E. Yates' beautiful home was
thrown open Wednesday afternoon to
the ladles of the northeast circle of the
First Presbyterian church, and forty-live
ladies were present. A charming pro
gram of readings and songs was given
by Mrs. C. F. Ladd, Mrs. Herbert Mars
land, Miss Katharine Agnew, and Miss
Elma Marsland. A dainty luncheon was
served in three courses. Mrs. Yates was
assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Eli
Plummer and Mrs. C. F. Ladd.
A debut party recently given for a
New York girl was full of delightful
surprises. The color scheme of the din
ner table was green; the handsome fav
ors were in the form of clover leaves and
different flowers tulips, lilles-of-the-val-ley,
violets, orchids, etc., appeared with
each course served. The musicians were
concealed behind a screen of smllax.
When the sixty-six guests repaired to
the ballroom each man in the cotillon
pulled a string and down came a shower
of roses from an unsuspected source.
A luncheon was given to-day at
twelve o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. E.
Bessey, for the ladles basket ball teams
of the Nebraska and Kansas universi
ties, and the Haskell Indian team.
Thirty young ladles were seate'd at
small tables In the drawing room and
library. Scarlet and cream tulips, and
ferns were used in decorating. Mrs.
Bessey, Mrs. E. H. Barbour, Miss Barr,
and Miss Pound, received the guests.
The young ladles of the domestic
economy department served the repast.
At the home of Miss Ada Waugh, at
three o'clock this afternoon, the mem
bers of Phi Beta Phi gave a muslcale for
the active members of all the sororities
in the university. The house was decorated-
with many palms and carnations.
Ices, cake and punch were served. The
PI Phi's are fortunate in having In their
ranks a number of fine musicians and
the program was given entirely by Its
own members, and was of a high order.
Those participating were Misses Bur
russ. Turner, Fiske, Archibald, Howell
coach In which Kelley and the late C.
P. Olson, superintendent of bridges, were
passengers, was turned over, and the
former sustained severe and permanent
injuries to his spine, leaving him partly
crippled for life. It was supposed that,
life was extinct by those who rescued
him, but he was a man of strong and
powerful physique, and after lying weeks
between life and death he recovered
some of his old-time health and strength.
When he was able to work again he was
given a life Job at work that he was able
to perform. Since that time he has
served as flagman. Mr. Kelley is one of
the best known men in the employ of the
road, and numbers a host of friends
among his railroad associates.
Jff Patriarch of h
- Railroad ard$
Robert Kelley, the veteran flagman, Is
a familiar figure at the Tenth street
crossing of the Burlington, where he has
been on duty on the day shift for many
years. While not the oldest employee of
the road In active service In the city,
he Is the senior In years, being over seventy-two
years of age. He was born on
the Isle of Man, a British dependency,
and came to America when quite a
youth. Mr. Kelley entered the service of
the Burlington at Juniata, Nebraska, in
1876 as a section laborer, and worked
there until two years later. He then
dropped out of the employ of the cor
poration until June, 1881, when he again
found work in the track department at
Waverly. Being a skilled carpenter, he
secured work at Lincoln in October of
the same year with the local carpenter
shops, there being only one man besides
himself and the foreman then engaged
in the work.
On August 18, 1889, while he and some
other employees of the department were
returning. fronwWymore, the train was .
wrecked near the A street switch. The
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Accomplished In all the details of th art.
TakM care of Pianos steadily, and. rur
nlshM' estimates oa extensive repairs.
Refers to a dlscrimlnatinf cllenUle,
and dealrea especially the cultivation of
such a field.
Orders may be left with
FERGUSON MUSIC CO..
MILLER & PAINE,
or addressed .. .
P. O. BOX 287, Lincoln, Neb.
First National Bank
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
Surplus and Profits, . 118.311.41
A. J. Sawyer,
S. H. Burahaao.
H. 8. Freeman. Cashier.
H. B. Evans. Frank Parks.
Ass't Cashier. Aaa't Cashier
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
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The wife of Senator Russell A. Alger Is a great favorite in Washington.
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will be firmly established during her husband's tenure of office.
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