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TM& A.1MJR:DAY MOKWTriVO COURIER
)r, nml Mr. l..Miy Vlt-lMl II"' Tenth
Aiinlirur) r Their Wihll"Ki
One ot the largest nn1 muM lUHinit
receptions over hold In Lincoln wiih Hint
luUl at SI. Paul's Methodist Episcopal
church Monday ovontnn, given ly Rov.
mul Mi 8. 0.0. Lasby, lt celebrate tho
tenth anniversary of their marriage.
Special itHtunlili'i-Hliml labored with tlm
decorations lit' tlm church anil chtiruti
purloiH for Hovnml ditJH with very grati
fying results. A profusion of cut
Mowers unit tropical plimtn woro placed
In every nook anil corner; the chandeliers
woro festooned with Hiuilax, while
softened light fioin beuutjful parlor
luinpH Increased tho beauty of the scone.
Tables with placed around tlm rooms,
covered witli delicate cloths upon
which woro placed vase of Unworn.
Tlm many wIiiiIowh worn also, banked
with a choice collection of lloworH lend,
lug groat beauty anil giving a delightful
fragrance. Tho guests woro umt In tlm
vestibule by gallant UHhors, who con
ducted them to cloak rooms upstairs.
In tlm Houth parlor below tlm guestH
woro again gtootod '' " presentation
committee, who gave tlmin a cordial
welcome ami presented tlmin to tho
hoHt and ItostcsH. Mr8. Itiwby wiih ut
tired In a handsome whltucropo trimmed
with duchess luce. Dr. and MrH. Lasby
stood in front of a profiiHlon of plantH
which worn hanked In tho form of a
Homi-alrclo on either side. The Stale
orchestra furniHhed delightful mimic
and MrH. P. V. M. Haymond favored tlm
guests twice during the evening with
organ selections. Refreshments woro
served in tlm dining room, which wiih a
veritable liowor of lioauty with decora
tioim of wild v inert and hitter sweet with
rod borrlPH and cut lloworH. Tlm tahle
HottiiiKH woro charming, wlille thirty
pretty young IndioH dispensed colTco and
Icuionade with delicate wafers, from 8
until 11 o'clock. There wiih nearly a
thoiiBiind people ih attendance.
Mr. mill Mr. .Iiilui I.vUIit Olelmite Their
Fourth UVtlillnu Aiiiilvermiry.
A nuuibor of the frieudH of Mr. and
Mm. John Leister invaded their homo
ut 2811 S Htroet, Saturday and npont
it niont delightful evening In nodal
amusements. Tho occanion wiih tho
fourth unnivorHiiry of tlm marriage of
Mr. und Mm. LoiHtor. Tho guests
wero Mr. mid MrH Jorry Martin, Mr.
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Lviddon, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. CrouiiHo,
Mr. mid Mrs. Parks, Mr. and MrH. O. F.
Barrai, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. EriiHt, Mr.
ami Mm. Durritt, Mr. uud Mrn. Will
Mncfarland, MrH. Llchty, Mm. Freololgh
and Dr. Jesse Crouiwo, MIhroh Fieoloigh,
Brock and Humpo.
Prosidont and Mre.Cnmn,ot tho WeHt
crn Normal coIIoko, celebrated tho
tlttconth annlvormiry ot their marriage
in a most dollKhttul inannor at their
homo in tho college Monday ovoniiiK.
Thoy received tho faculty and HtudontH
und woro tho rocipiontH of many beauti
ful tokonfl ot oHtoom, Including Hovornl
handsome pieces of cut ghiHH.
Mr. Frank L. Everts und MIhh Anuio
Stearna wero united In marriitRo at halt
past twelve o'clock Wednesday, at tho
renidonco ot Mr. and Mrn. T. F. LubcIi,
Twenty.flrBt und J BtreotH. Kov. Lewin
Gregory, ot tho First Congregational
church, performed tho ceremony, which
occured in tho prBonce ot relativca and
a few immediate friends. After ,an
elaborato wedding breakfast Mr. uud
Mrs. Everts dojiarted on an afternoon
train for Chicago, whore thoy will re
main about two weeks. Ujon their re
turn they will bo at homo ut 10-U E
Mr. Everts, who has held a resixmBiblo
position with Lasch Bros, for several
years, has u largo acquaintance in this
city, and his friends unito in extending
the warmest congratulations. Ho is a
popular business man, richly deserving
the success und happiness which his
friends hope will bo his portion. His
brido is a most estimable and accom
plished young lady, and Ih much, ad
mired Those, present at the wedding wero
Mr. and Mrs. T, F. LhkcIi, Mr. and Mrn.
Fred Draper, Mrs. Everts, Miss Row
ling, Mr. Holding, Mr. Hal Xortham,
Mrs. Trigg, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Loomis,
Mr. Durr Lunch, Miss Amy Lasch, Mlsn
Nellie Synder, Misx Carrie. Stearns and
Miss Denu Loomis.
Mr, A. C. Wright, of Governor
CrouiiKo'ft clerical force, wiih murried
Thuisday at noon to Miss Maud Cur
rant, a well known lady in Elmwood.
Tu ceremony took place at tho homo
of the brido in that city.
Ail I'.llt Cluli KlitrrtHliml.
'the huudsomo residence of Mr. uud
Mrs. D. E. Thompson, so admirably
adapted for tho dispensing ot Ixiuntiful
hospitality, wuh thrown open Tuesday
nl'ht to leceivo tho members of tho Au
Fait curd club. High live was the diver
sion, tho prizes being won by Mr. und
Mrs. Walter 11. llargreuvee. Those
present wero Messis. and MesdamesO,
'M. Thompson, B.ll. Cowdery, W. L.
Dayton, C'ul Thompson, K, K. Hayden,
A. ,G. lieeson, 11 . J. Green, W, M.
Leonard, Carl Funke, E. E. Bignull, 8,
J.- Alexander, Fred Thompson, F. W.
Little, J. K. Honeywell, Howlette, L. C.
Ml I Pi
Ihur, II. II. Patrick, (). W. Webster,
Henry Oliver, W. II. Hargreaves, W. H.
Huirmau, MIkh Mae llurr, MIhh Anne
Crocker, of Hlmbo)giin, Wis., Miss Olive
Latta, Mr. CharleH L. llurr.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohnson, of tlm Lincoln
Normal college, gave a charming leeep
Hon in honor of tlm faculty one evening
liiHtwenk. Thoio was a largo attend
ance, Including seveial friends fiom tlm
city. Tlm principal fealuio of miter
talinuent was tlm reading or a number
of choice selections fnnn prominent
authoiH, each person being ieiiieHled to
give a selection from his or her favorlto
author. Seoral lino tableaux were also
given and dainty refreshment wero
Ml. Tiillle'o rmnei'l.
Miss Daisy Tuttlo gave a concert at
tho First Congregational church Satur
day evening for the benellt of tlm In
dustrial school fund. Him wiih assisted
by the talent of tlm oily and an excel
lent program wiih londeied. There was
a largo number present, tlm worth of
tlm cause and Miss TuHIo'h popularity
making tlm entertainment doubly mm
cessful. Following in tlm program:
Oiuirlolto. , Mr. MiMiliiruH, MIim HwjT,
Mr. WurzliiiM, Mr. MrKcnnoy
"Tlin Hi.iuifiili Miiimtn" ... MIkhTuIIIii
j'niil mul I'l'iimilit",
iioiniiiiri utiil Miixirkii
. . MUh'I'iiiiIm
"Moiiii'' , , . ..
"I'lio Wiuiilcrcr"..,.. .
"Who'unl My Whitlow"
MUk Toll I
Tlm southern division of the Lull
caster County Farmers club will meet lit
tho residence ot Mr and Mrs. .1. It,
Iiowncn NoV. 5J at which tiiiui tlm
following program will bo given:
Music Miss "Nellie Lownes
Recitation lone Cliappel
Select Heading Mrs. Ijowiich
Heeitation Marguerite Stevenson
Recitation Nellie Watson
"How Can Our FarmerH Club be Im
I iiiiltPH subject for discussion.
Recitation Elsie Uuaugst
Select Reading Daisy Oreeuamyro
"Which Ih tho Most Proutnbln Way ot
Feeding Corn Fodder and Rough
ness to Stock, Cut or UiioutY"
Subject to bo discussed by gentle
S. W. Hr.AUitHi.KV, Pi-ch.
MrH. C. H. Stkvknhon.Soc.
MIhh fr'tml NurprlRiMl.
MIsh Emma Ford was pleasantly sur
prised Saturday evening by a few
friends who helped her celebrate her
iltteenth birthday anniversary with
games, cards and dancing. MIhh Ford re
ceived u number ot beautiful presents.
Theguests wero Messrs. Win t Rat hburn,
Roy Richards. Homer Webster, Charles
Caldwell, George Joers, Howard Rath
burn, Will Tyler, Sidney Johnson, Roy
Sawyer, Jean and Lou Wekbatigh;
Misses Elva Adams, Dot Dunne, Dona
Hums, Lota Looks, Bailie Hurkson,
Mamie Reed, Edith Pylo, Rose Scott,
Olive Finney, lua Hutch, Grace Ford
and Maud Tyler.
V. W. V, A.
The eighth annual state convention ot
tho Voting Womun'H Christian associa
tion mot In this city yesterday. This
meeting wiih one ot the most Interesting
over hold In this state, and wiih attended
by many talented ladies front ultroad.
MIhh Etllo K. Price, of Chicago, Hpoko
ycHtordity afternoon on "Tho Association
us an Ally of tho Church." MIhh F. M.
Hlatchford, Chicago member of the
international committee, speaks thin
morning on "Young Woman's Christian
Association -A Needed Help to tho
Homo and tho Church." This evening
Miss Price will again speak on "Asso
ciation Work in Cities," aftor which tho
rooms ot the local association will bo
formally dedicated and tho opening re
ception to tho public held. Miss Price
will BMak Sunday evening in the Con
Mimic at tlir CuiiKri-Kntluunl Cliun-li.
'PI,..' ii.ltatf. Id jtlii. Pntun'tiiriil t.k.iill
church, which is always good, was espe
cially excellent last Sunday morning, a
hjh'cuu feature living muiioy uncus
"Fear Not Ye,'' beautifully rendered by
Mrs. Harriot Dement Packard, ot Chi
cago, wIio.Ih visiting friends in Lincoln.
It was a rare treat to hear this noted
solo as it wan rendered by Mrs. Packard.
To an Intelligent and correct conception
ot tho idea ot tho iiiubIc she adds thorough
conscientiousness in its delivery, and a
voice that is powerful, ilexlble and true
and equal to all tho doiuundsot tho solo,
Mr. and MrH. D. E. Thompson enter-'
tained tho Empire club Thursday even
ing inn most charming manner. It wiih
thotlrst of the club's series of uveitis, and
with a largo attendance and manifest
zest, it was particularly enjoyable.
t'oiu-rt ut Mucoid Xnrnuil
There wits au enjoyable concert ut the
Lincoln Normal University Tuesday
evening, selections wero given by Mrs.
Ada Liddle, Mr. Henrich Leituer, Miss
Frances Wright, Mr. Herbert Oldham
and Mr. G. A, Spelbriug.
An Ire Crmiii Nm'lul.
A very much voxed question about u
dish of ice cream, which split a church,
caused u number ot resignations und
removulsit prominent brethren, uud hits
occupied tho uttention of every court in
tho Southern Presbyterittu church dur
ing so vend years, cuiuo up again ltuit
week in tho Missouri Presbytery. Tho
seat of tho trouble Ib tho church ut Aux
Vasso, Cullawuy county, Mo. During
the preparutionii for a church social
there some five years ago, a difference ot
opinion arose among the members as to
tlm price that should bo charged for a
dish of Ice cream. In tlm peculiar way
Hiieh seeming trivialities do perturb and
cause heartburnings through a church,
did this cream question work, until it
Involved tlm entire church membership
and a factional feud wiih the result.
Tlneo members resigned, tho elder wiih
removed, the ease was carried before
tho Piesbytory, appealed to tlm synod,
ami further appealed to tlm gonoral
assembly. In tlm latter august body,
lopresenllng every Presbytery in tho
church, so intense wiih tlm interest In
the great question that tlm matter was
finally thrown out by u votn of 70 to 71.
It went back to IheMlssourl Presbytery
uud lust week this body appointed a
committee to visit tlm Aux Vasso church
and try to settle tho trouble. No opln
ions are olTored on tho result,
"Hub" does not iipprmoof women'H
clubs. SlmsajH: "What la tlm matter
nowadays with lovely woman? When
two or three of her are met together she
invariably wants to call it a club and
begin to lie parliamentary. Eve's
daughters are not clubbable. When a
few nice women meet, have a pleasant
time, arrange to emtio together soon
again and keep on meeting informally
evcr week or so, It's delightful. Hut
the very minute that the woman enters
who has once belonged to a club the
leaven of uuhapplness comes; a pros!
dent is elected, rules are made, tlm
women squabble and they earn for
descriptions of their meetings to bo
written up in tho ucwspupcis. I once
hud for two months the doubtful felicity
of belonging to a club and dining that
time I heard imue bad English, Haw
mote envy, hatred, malice ami all tin
cliui itithloiicHH, and eame neaierto los
ing my own self-respect than ever before
because I belonged to the sex that all
that club did."
.11 1 h. I'lH'liunl In Lincoln.
Mis. Harriet Dement Packard, of
Chicago, has been entertained lecently
M the homes of her fi lends, Mr. and
Mrs. Mcnzcndnrf, Miss Demi Loomis,
and Mr. II. 11. Hicks. Mis. Packard is u
favorite soprano soloist in Chicago. She
will give it series of concerts this fall in
tho larger western cities, and later will
go to New York to engage in grand
opera and concert work.
Mrs. Packard him delighted a number
of Lincoln people while hero with her
spirited and delightful art. On WodncH
day evening of last week she favored
those present at the sociable of tho
Women's Christian association, with it
brilliant rendition of tho waltz song,
"Tho Cliarmer," and rescinded to a
hearty encore with a ballad.
Tho few frlendH. however, who woro
atau informal gathering at Mis. Men
zendorf'H on Thursday evening heard
MrH. Packard at her best. Hho ren
dered some dilllcult selections, chief of
which was tho aria, "Hoi Raggio,'' front
"Soinjruinido," In which Mih. Packard
won pronounced huccohs at the Schiller
theatre In Chicago last May.
Mrs. Packard charms alike with her
brilliant, clean execution of the most
tlorid arias, and with the dramatic in
tensity which she imparts to the grand
master pieces she interpiots, exhibiting
au unusual tango" of voice, perfectly
placed throughout the entire compusH.
Miss F. M. Hlatchford, member" of the
international committee ot tlm Young
WoinuiiH Christian association, who Ih
also the representative ot the Kvangcl
tho olllclal organ of tho association
arrived in Lincoln Thursday to attend
A. reception was given Friday even
ing hy tho membeisof tho congregation
of Trinity M. E. church corner of Six
teenth and A streets where a greeting
wiih extended to their pastor, Rev. Dr.
Huntington and Ills family.
Mrs. L. Wesscl and daughter left for
St. Joseph yesterday in company with
her brother, Mr. W. 11. Ehrlich, to visit
relatives for a week, during which timo
Mr. Wessel will visit Chicago on busi
ness and pleasure bent.
Miss Hrownio Haum, ot Omaha, camo
down to attend the Pleasant Hour club
reception lust week, and remained for
Hovernl days the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Thompson.
Mrs. Victor Vifqiiain, Mr. Charles
Vifqtiaiu, und Misses Carrie, Theresa
and Joslo Vifquuin left Tuesday for
Chicago on their way to Panama to join
Mr. John K. Doane, of Denver, has
accepted tho iKtsitlon of secretary' ot tho
Y. M. O. A., and arrived in tho city this
week. He will take up his work im
mediately. Tho ladies of the" Vino Htreet Congre
gational church, corner Twenty-llfth
and Vine street, gave au oyster Htipper
in tho cliur ,h purlors Wednesday even
ing. Char (land MrH, Cantleld enter
tained cut llM people ut their homo
last 1 u uy evening, the occasion being
it reunii of tho stuto university faculty.
Mr. Earl Hridgmau, of Ohio, who has
siMJitt several months in this city tho
guest of his uncle, Mr. 11. C. Young, left
for homo via tho world's fair Thursday.
The friends ot Mr. uud Mrs. Elmer
E. Henklo will egret to hear of the
death ot their little child, Leonard who
died at 5 o'clock Thursday evening,
Mr. und Mrs. Hrad D, Slaughter, of
Fullerton, wero tho guests ot Mr. and
Mrs, J. F. Lansing in their box at the
Lansing theatre Monday evening. i
Colonel Robert G. Ingorsoll, who lec
tured at the Lansing Wednesday even
ing, wiih accompanied to tho city by his
daughter, Miss Maude Ingersoll.
MessrH Frank.C. Zohrting and Frank I
Polk left Tuesday afternoon for Chicago.
They will remain to witness tlm closing
corcmnuicHof the fair.
Miss May North, of CoIuiiiIi'ih, who
has been tho guest of tho MIhhoh
Cowdery the last few weeks, went to
Mr. and MrH. 11. C. Young are enter
taining the former'fl mother. Mrn. Young,
ami daughter, MIhh Ella Young, of
There will bo a buslnesH meeting of
tlm Pleasant Hour club at tho otllco of
Tiik CouuiKii, Monday, at
Mr. William H. FiilkeiHon returned to
his homo in Heat rice thin week, after a
'pleasant visit with relativeH in tills city.
Tho Epworth League held Hh regular
quarterly session In the chapel or the
Wesleyan university Thursday evening.
Mcshih. Paul Holm. A. I). Kitchen,
Ed. R. Hizer and J. J. Gillllau left Mon
day for tho Columbian exposition.
MIhhoh Kittle and Alice Cowdery and
Mr. Frank Cowdery left WedncHday
morning for Chicago and the fair.
Governor Lorenzo Crotinso and Hon.
Church Howe occupied a box at the
Lansing theatre Monday evening.
Judge J. N. Dalby. of Sedalia, Mo.,
wiih tho guest of hm brother, Dr. S. R.
Dulby HiIh week.
Mr. John Kimball and Mind Kate Kim
ball left Wednesday Tor the Columbian
Mr. W. II. Ehrlich, of St. Joseph. Mo.,
spent Sunday with Mr. and MrH. Ijoii
Mr. JIosh Hammond, of the Fremont
Tribune, was in the city during the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Foxworthy
uru enjoying the beauties of the White
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hull,
Friday morning, Oct. IS), a daughter.
Mr. Frank Easterday him recovered
from an attack of typhoid fever.
Tim Misses Cowdery and Miss North
spent last Saturday in Omaha.
Mr. Stuart Shears left Tuesday for
Denver to remain a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. M.Clark are enjoy
ing u visit ut tho world'B fair.
Mr. Will Hammond left Monday for
tho Columbian exposition.
Mr. John Doauo and Miss Doane left
Thursday for Aiiioh, Iowa.
Mr. Will S. Jay, of the Call, left
Wednesday for Chicago.
Mr. Sam E. Low is enjoying it brief
visit at tho world's fair.
MrH. R. L. Garten left during the week
for the Whito City.
Mr. Georgo J. Woods returned Thurs
day front Chicago.
Mr. Fred W. Houtz left Monday for
the world's fair.
Mr. Fred Royco has returned front the
Mr. P. O. Hod hind wan in Omaha
Mr. A. D. Ricketts lelt Thursday for
Whiskers that are prematurely gray
or faded should bo colored to prevout
tho look ot age, und Huckingham's
Dye excels all others in coloring brown
A choice lino of furs just received at
tlm Ashiiy Cloak Co.
llumphreys' Specitics cure without
drugging, purging, or reducing the
system, and aro in fact and deed tho
Sovereign Remedies of the world.
Nover order an invitation until you
have seen tho samples of the work lono
hytho now Courior Publishing Co.
Fine now lino ot business suitings
from $23 to&Oin Scotch and homespuns
Jeckell Bros., 110 north Thirteenth
street, near Lansing theatre.
No such lino of canned fruits in the
city as shown by W. A. Collin & Co., 143
South Eleventh street.
TourNt fur lu Callfornlu-Clii'iip itule,
The travel front the north and north
west territory, tapped Tho Great Rock
Island routo, has demanded servlco of
this character, und beginning Octobor 5,
tourist cars will leave Minneapolis every
Thursday morning und join tho regular
tourist train out of Chicago every
Thursday afternoon ut Columbus Junc
tion, Iowa, at 11 p. in.
Central Iowa and tho great west slope
district of tiiat state, demands and will
receive a similar servico, and beginning
October 10, it Phillips-Rock Island ex
cursion car will leave Albeit Lea every
Tuesday morning, and via Livormore,
Ft. Dodgo ami Angus, will arrive at DeH
Moines that evening, and Wednesday it.
m. go west on tho "Rig Fivo," via
Omaha, Lincoln uud Relleville, at which
point it will join the regular Tuesday
train from Chicago.
Full particulars us to cheap rate
tickets for this trip, and also as to cost
of berth in the tourist car cheerfully
given on application to any Great Rock
Island routo ticket agent, or agent at
coupon stations of connecting lines.
Jno. Skuahtian, G.-P. A.
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nt lllllilmin, vn., .vail tlili ti'illiniiny to
tlm (ncriMiii Ayor's Hnrriimillm: "Hocnil
j cms nen, I
hurt my leit,
ii tore wlilclt led to crj Miwliii. My Miflerln
leg, f i mil
nun to (lie
niikln, being a nolld norc. which tie
ct lie urn i
mi to ex-
tend to other pnrM of tlm tiody. Abet lryln
unlmii remedies. I lieuim taktnir Amt'
fl.irsnparlllit, mid, hemic 1 lind llnltlicil tliu
Hist bottle, t experienced gieat lellefj tho
second bottle, cllecled a coinplcto cine."
I'rcpwedbyDr.J.G. Ayur& Co., Lowell, Mum.
Ci reothers,will cure you
WcKruw mul nlwnjH IniM'
And nil kinds of Decorating and
anii BIVB ACRES . . .
Wholly devoted to Flowers ami Plants.
CITY STORE 1134 O STREET.
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Special attention given to the grow
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and all kinds of greenhouse plants.
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