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satisfactory manner. Ho is still looking for a first class company
with which to open tho house tho latter part of August or tho first
Mr. and Mrs. Kilpatrick and Miss Florenco Kiipatrick left for
Dr. Morccr loft for a three months trip to Guatamalaon Monday,
Bailing from San Francisco noxt Thursday.
Lou Storrs, formerly of this city, was married in Denver on Thursday.
Quito a large number of Lincoln people will go down to Croto
Tuesday to remain during the assembly season.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Burr are expected to return from their
bridal trip the Third or Fourth of July. A reception will bo given in
their honor Thursday evening July 5, by Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Burr.
Mr. C G. Dawes and Mr. Bceman Dawes returned tho early part
of tho week from Ohio. Mrs. C. G. Dawes remains in tho cast.'
Mrs. Baird and son Herbert have gono to tho Black Hills fur an
C. C. Morso and Henry Zehrung have gono to Los Angeles where
they may ongago in business.
Superintendent T. E. Calvert of tho Burlington has gono to Sheri
dan with some family friends.
There will bo a Mondlessohn song service next Sunday evening at
the Congregational church. Mrs. Raymond has carefully drilled
her choir and tho programme will bo of musical interest, both on
account of the selections and the soloists who take part. Tho trio
"Lift Thino Eyes,-' and chorus, "He's watching over Israel" and
"True hearts that lovo thee"' will be given, also many of tho gems by
tho famous composer. Tho choir has gained many laurels on account
of its former successes which will not be dimmed on this occasion.
Mrs. W. A. Tabor is visiting in this city and will sing in the song
service at tbo Congregational church Sunday evening. It will bo a
great pleasure to hear Mrs. Tabor siug and hor friends who remem
ber her as Miss Ina Dillon will be pleased to learn that her voico is
charming as of yore.
In response to a call issued by some of the musicians of the city
about twenty ladies have expressed a desiro to become members of
some musical club. These ladies meton Tuesday in Curtice's music
hall and adopted a constitution and perfected plans for this organi
zation. It is to be called the Matinee Musicalo and has a member
ship limited to thirty. The meetings aro to be fortnightly, .'J:.'50 to
live p. m., WednesJaya from Octobor4 to May inclusive. Music is to
be considered in its various bearings in history and literature, and
it is to bo considered from those standard points most necessary to
the musical student. Any lady becoming an active member will be
obliged to contribute her share toward tho program, but associate
members may have all the privileges upon the payment of semi
annual dues. It is to be sincerely hoped that the summer will but
add to the interest already manifested and tho full membership of
members will bo present at the meeting called for the second Wed
nesday in September to receive assignments and elect oflicers. Mrs.
D. A. Campbell is chairman and Miss Stella Rice secretary of the
present organization, while among the members aro Mrs. P. V. M.
Raymond, Mrs. A. S. Raymond, Mrs. Flank, Mrs. Nissley, Mrs.
Wright, Mrs. Lippincott, Mrs. Winger, Mrs. Holm, Mrs. Butler, Miss
Hoover, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. W. Q. Bell.
P. D. Cornell, city ticket agent for tho Missouri Pacitic has return
ed from his- visit from Kansas City.
Miss Maud Remick of Los Angeles, California is the guest of Miss
E. E. Nicholson and Miss Pearl Camp were united in marriag at
tho residence of tho brides parents Thursday evening.
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Guthrie who "have been visiting Mrs. Charles
Squires left for their home on Sunday.
In honor of Mr. Roll, who has lately come to Omaha, Miss Coll
ins was at homo to a fow friends on Sunday ovening. Among those
present wcro Gen. and Mrs. Dandy, Miss Dandy; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Yates, tho Misses Y'ates, Miss Wakeloy, Dr. and Mra. Gilford, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Carter aro now occupying A. L. Strango's
former residence at 10th and Chicago streets.
Mrs. Guy C. Barton left this week to join Mrs. Yost at Watkins
Tho engagomont of Miss Mabel Pratt to Judgo Charles Ogdon was
announced last week at a largff dinner given at Mr. Pratt's place in
Miss Nash accompanied by Miss Knipponburg, expects to leavo
on Friday for Salt Lako where thoy will bo Miss McCormick's guests
for six weeks. After that thoy join a largo party for a tour through
Yellowstone Park and then on to Montana to visit Mr. Knippon
Mr. Barnes of Minneapolis who camo down to bo best man at tho
Brown-Wyman wedding left for tho east Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Mary Nash has returned from New York.
Miss Truyard of St. Joseph is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hoagland.
Miss Helen Hoagland will accompany her home tho early part of
Society has three weddings to look foward in tho fall that of
Miss Balch to Mr. Abraham Lincoln Reed. Miss Pink Batch to Mr.
Isaac Albemarle Coles and Miss Mabel Pratt of Riversido Califor
nia to Judgo Charles Ogden.
Mrs. J. N. Gannett and Mr. Earl Gannet loft last Wednesday for
for tho Massachuessets coast whero thoy will spend the summer.
Captain Ayres is expected back from Chicago today to remain a
few days, and then on to Washington and Governors Island. Mrs.
Ayres will bo tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Butler of Chicago, until
tho middle of July.
Lieut, and Mrs. William Mason Wright celebrated their third
anniversary with a band concert on Saturday evening.
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"Notwithstanding the talk of demonetising silver." Baid Mr. Hal
lott, tho well known jeweler at 1143 O St., when questioned by The
Coukier mv.n, "people are buying it right along." Whatgrado of
silver sells best? Well, the plated ware sells well but wo cannot
guarantee it to give tho satisfaction that the solid ware gives.
It takes a long timo to educate tho people to the fact that it does
not pay to buy any but tho solid silver ware, but we have succeeded
in doing that to a great extent.
Wo have had a long experience in that line and know just how it
.is. Tho plated ware is cheaper in the start but not in tho end
Then too, when it comes to engraving, the solid ware is the best.
Hence wo havo put in an extra large stock of it and are prepared to
show our customers an endless variety and at moderate prices
Some fancy designs in tea, table and berry spoons, pie, cake and.
fruit knives, forks, combs and hat pins havo been added lately to the
already large stock."
"I tell you," said Mr. Hallet, "It pays to keep up with the times
and that is just what we arc doing. Wo also carry a line of souvin