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Frank Co wdery and Goorgo Bartlott loft last Wednesday for Custer,
S. D., where they will join a camping party of university students.
Born Wednesday July 18, to Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Seacrcst. a son.
The Countess Wachmeister while in Lincoln was tho guest of
Mrs. C. C. Burr.
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The principal social and military
event of the week was tho mustering in
of the Nebraska State band on Friday
evening at the State Capitol. It was
a full dress affair throughout the mili
tary bodies appeared in full dress and
V-T' the ladies and gentlemen attending
were also in social uniform. The officers of the Nebraska National
guards were prerent. Among those noticed were: Governor and
Commander-in-chief, Lorenzo Crounse, Lincoln; Adjutant-General
Gen. James D. Gage, Lincoln; Quartermaster and Conimissionary
genend, Col. George E. Jenkins, Fairbury; Surgeon-general, Col. R.
Emmett Giffen, Lincoln; Harry S. Hotchkiss, Lincoln; Judge Advo
eale General, Major John C. "Watson, Nebraska City and the aides-de-camp:
Col. Clareodon E. Adams, Superior; Col. W. F. Cody.
Nerth Platte; Col. H. O. Paine, Ainsworth; Col. John J. Pershing U
S. A., Lincoln; Col. John H. McColl, Lexington; Col. H.P.Shumway,
Wakefield; Col. H. B. Mulford, Omaha; Col. E. M. Correll, Hebron;
Col. Niel Brennan, O'Neill. A large number of the fashionable con
tingent were present and after the promenade concert, dancing was
indulged in until a lato hour. Tho evening was pronounced by all
an overwhelming success.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Funko have gono to Iowa.
Hon. Tom Benton and wife have returned from Chicago.
Mr. Cather and Miss Willa Cather aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. H.
Dr. H. Blair and wife of St. Joseph are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Hickey at 1008 D street.
Mr. Henry Mayer has gono to San Francisco. During tho coming
month ho will wed Miss Sweitzor of that city.
Mrs. M. A. Zonso of Denver is tho guest of Mrs. C. H. Gere.
Mrs. K. K. Hayden and daughter left last Wednesday oa tho
B. & M flyer.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Besin Welch, a son.
Countess Wachtmeister lectured to a large audience at the Uni
versalist church on Monday evening, her subject being "Magnetism
Miss Gertrude Marsland has gone to Bradford, Yorkshire, Eng.,
and will remain until November visiting relatives. Her father ac
dompanied her as far as New York, from which placo she sailed
Saturday in tho Cunarder Sorvia.
Mrs. O. F. Lambertson has gone to the White Mountains.
Mrs. M. L. Trester and son went to Aurora, 111., this week for a
visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. L. C. Pace is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Rustih of Evans
W. F. Meyer returned from Colorado Saturday.
Mrs. Mark Tilton and wife left Thursday for a summer outing.
They will be 'away several weeks and will visit friends in Michigan
Dr. Dorris has returned from a pleasant trip to Lake Superior
and Mackinaw Island.
Governor Thayer has returned from Hot Springs, S. D. whero ho
lectured twice before the chantauqua, taking for his subjects
"General Grant" and '-The Iconoclast."
Mrs. A. D. Beemer and daughter Luree and Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dorgan have returned from the Black Hills. -
Justice L. A. McCandless and wife have gono to Wotmoro, Colo.
C. A. Hebbard, editor of the St. Paul Press of St. Paul, Neb., was
in the city Sunday.
Rev. S. R. Belville, pastor of tho Presbyterian church of Wahoo,
spent Sunday in the city.
Misses Jeanette Wilson, Fay Marshall and Mary Miller and Messrs
John T. Dorgan, Will D. Robinson, Fritz Westerman and Matt Bald
win, chaperoned by Mesdames Marshall and Wilson, left Saturday
for Sheridan, Wyo. They will take a stage there and will travel
about fifty miles into the mountains where they will camp for a
couple of weeks.
The Capital City Gun club is anxious to become the leading club
of the state. It has a good membership and there is talk of build
ing a elub house. The business meeting was held Friday evening
at Dr. Lamberts office. The members of the club are Messrs Rod
gers, Hartly Shilling, Graham, Rudge, Woods, Speer,Emery, White,
Elan, Davis, Dayton, Mockett, Miller, Dorgan. Herman, Hanks, Lam
bertson and Schwalks.
Edward Mclntyro of Seward has been spending the week with
Dr. Billings at Gnuon, Mass. He left Monday for Stafford. Vt.,
his old home, where he will remain several weeks.
Warden Beemer is visiting in Stanton county.
Mesdames J. A. Bolton, J. M. Stewart and C. M. Shepherd
left Monday for Colorado Springs.
A report has been circulated in society circles which has for its w. e. Burns of Indianapolis is visiting his cousin, Mrs. N
theme the engagement ef a charming visiting young lady and a r. Dennis,
member of the Pleasant Hour club.
- A report har been circulated in socieey circles, which has for
T. J. Pickett of Ashland, who is a prospective candidate for secre- its interesting theme, the eagagement of a visiting young lady
tary of state, was in tho city Wednesday. and a well known member of the Pleasant Honr club.
Mrs. Dr. S. M. Lane and daughter Miss Bessie have returned from The mustering in of the Nebraska State band on Friday eve-
the east. ning was a very swell affair.
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