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12 THE COURIER
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Tho summer address of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilbur, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Millard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Peek and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Charlton is Calhoun, Nebraska.
Mr. E.B. Chandler and Miss Chandler have taken a house near
the corner of Howard and Twenty-sixth streets.
Mrs. Joseph Millard and Miss Millard Bailed this week for Harve,
per S. S. Bourgoyno.
Miss Nash entertained the cooking club on Wednesday.
Mr. Taber returned from Chicago this week. After July let he
will become clerk to Major Commegs.
General Cowin has recently purchased Mrs. Clark Woodman's
residence on south Thirty-wventh street, which he will shortly make
Miss Hawks returned to the Bluffs on Saturday where a dance
was given in her honon the following Monday evening.
Miss Mabel Taylor, Miss Louise Squires, Mr. Will Cowin, Mr.
Herbert Rogers, Mr. Will -Rogers, Mr. Paul Ludington and Mr.
Demise are home from school and college.
Mr. Patterson, class of "96 U. S. Military academy, was the guest
of Mr. McDonald last week.
. The Omaha Guards are now drilling three evenings .a week and
every morning from 5:30 to 6:30. The members of the company are
sleeping at the armory. Lieut. W. B. Tcnyck though somewhat
better is still at the hospital. Private J. L. Elliott was married on
Saturday last to Miss Gibson of Florida.
Exceedingly beautiful and impressive was the marriage of Miss
Clara Brown and Mr. Henry "Wyman on Tuesday evening The sol
emnization of the nuptial rite took place in the drawing room at the
lady's home promptly at seven o'clock. The bridal procession was
led by the bridesmaids Miss Hoagland, Miss Margaret Brown, Miss
Bessie Yates, Miss Pratt, Miss Nash and Miss Chambers, all gowned
in white carrying a bunch of sweet peas; then followed
the Rev. George Worthington, bishop of Nebraska, Mr.
Henry Wyman and Mr. Bawes of Minneapolis, as the best man.
The maid of honor, Miss Chandler, proceeded tho bride whose very
beautiful' gown was of very white satin en traine, with exquisite cor
sage of mosseline and satin. Only relatives and a very few friends
were fortunate enough to witness the ceremony, but immediately
afterward the house was thronged with visitors.
Everything the latest in styles
Jeckeix Bros, tailors, 113 no. 13
Albert D. Hayden, Notary Public and general stenographer
Room 5 City Block. Phone 174.
Have you seen those Hammocks at Hawke's Pharmacy they are
daisies and he is selling them cheap.
We have a fine line of trouserings.
Jeckell bros., tailors, 119 no 13 street
Pallor, lauguidness and the appearance of ill-health bein no long
er fashionable among ladies, Ayer's Sarsaparrilla is more largely' re
sorted to as a tonic alterative, nervine, system, stomach, and build-er-up
of the system generally. This is as it Bhould be. Ayer's is the
Fresh country milk at Central Milk Depot, 134, south 11.
Pants made to order at Hcrlbot & Co's 118, north 11.
Lincoln will not have any state tournament thiB summer. The
doubles tournament will be held at Hastings on July 18, 19 and 20
There will be two medals for the champions in doubles, and as tho
champions of last year are not now playing together, the winner of
the all-comers will not have tho last years team to play againBt.
The interest in tennis in the metropolis down on the Big Muddy
is phenomenal. They manage everything there for what there is in
it, however, The club has fenced in its grounds and charges an ad
mission fee. This is enterprising and Omahog-like
They have been recently holding a local tournament in Omaha
and have this time got into a squabble among themselves. There
may be a nigger in the wood pile in dragging along the tournament
considering existence of tho fence aforesaid.
At tho last meeting of state association in July, 1893, the members
separated with the understanding that this year tho doubles should
go to Hastings and the Bingles to Lincoln. But when the executive
committee met in Omaha on June 14 to locate the tournaments for
the year, after fixing the doubles for Hastings, the Omaha men in
the committee laid aside their memories and wanted the singles
tournament at Omaha. Why, it is the largest town in the state
don't you know, said they, and while saying to themselves, wo have
two men here. Lincoln has one, Hastings has one, we will win over
the latter and there will be smooth sailing for the Omahogs. But
the good Hastings gentleman, Mr. Dungan brought his memory
along and also that of the Hastings club and he said: "We are with
Lincoln, if Lincoln wants the tournament," and he incidentally re
marked that he had the proxy of Mr. Haverly the other Hastings
member of the executive committee, so Lincoln had three votes to
Omaha's one. What do you think the Englishmen did then?
They dug up their memories and happened to think that a new club
had been started in Omaha and that its executive committee which
it had not appointed by the way, had not been notified of the meet
Hence it was an illegal meeting. Wasn't thiB a master stroke?
Well the Lincoln and Hastings contingent had considerable fun
with the menagerie discussing this question of legality of meetings,
and those present finally dispersed with the utmost good feeling (on
the part of the Lincoln and Hastings representatives), having agree
ed to take a vote in writing on Y he 21st to locate the singles. But
Lincoln decided against holding the tournament here and then
those interested here did not care to rob tho Omaha club of the
chance to make a few paltry shekels out of the tournament. They
really have excellent grounds there and the people are much inter
ested in the game.
A big line of wash goods, Lawns, Seersuckers, Dimintals ect. at
6ji, worth up to 15 cents. Herpomsheimer &. Co.
Speaking of Shoes, buy your next pair at Herpolsihmer & Co.
they sell for cash only, and that means a saving of at least to
you, their styles are the latest and perfect fitting.
When the ice man comes be sure the name LINCOLN ICE CO.
is on the wagon, they have no pond ice. , 1040 O Street.
. We are selling all summer suitings at cost.
Jeckeu. Bros., 119 North Thirteenth Street.
Have your prescriptions filled at Hawke's Pharmacy.
BEST SET OF TEETH
After May 1 1 will make the best set of Teeth for $5.
Treth Extracted Without Tain. AH Work Guaranteed atlsfoctory.
DR.- H. K. iaSRMAX,
ROOMS 94, 95, 96, BURR BLK. SURGEON DENTIST
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