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title: 'The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, August 25, 1894, Page 13, Image 13',
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Miss J'jlia Lippincott has returned from New York, wbero she
was graduated from the Cooper Art Institute..
Mrs. W.S. Summers was called to Des Moines, Iowa, Thursday,
by the news of the illness of her father.
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C. P. Wilsou of Wahoo was in Lincoln during the week.
Rev. J.J. Morgan, pastor of the Central Church of Christ, re
turned Thursday from Idaho Springs, Colorado, whero ho spent
several enjoyable weeks. - s ,
Mayor Weir is on th9 sick list.
The concert and social at the Plymouth church on Friday evening
was a very pleasant affair.
An event of the coming week will be a breakfast to be given by
Mrs. C. H. Imhoff.
Miss Elizabeth Bonnell of Chicago is a guest of her sister, Mrs.
Dr. E. Mayer and wife and Mrs. L. Mayer of New York City,
who have been visiting the Mayer brothers for the past three weeks
returned home Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Richardson who has spent the summer in Boston
is expected back this week.
Mrs. W. E. Annin returned from Washington on Tuesday.
St. James T. Dean is receiving congratulations upon his pro
motion to first lieutenant.
Mr. Bartlett Richards of Chadron, enroute home from Mexico,
remained here a few days.
Mrs. Morgan and children left this week for a visit at Mr.
Poineroy's ranch in the western part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Cady and Miss Cady are contemplating a trip
abroad in October.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and children have gone to Mani
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Curtis, Miss Curtis and Miss Drake
pccted home from Okoboji next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyman have moved into their house at
553 So. 27th street, where on Wednesday, September 5th and 12th
between the hours of 12 and 9 p. m. they will hold their post
Mr. and Mrs. Meikle, Mr. and Mrs. John McShane, Mrs. Ha
gan, Miss Lonergan, Miss Burke, Miss Mabel Balco mbe, Mr. Bar
loe, Mr. Charles Wilcox, Mr. Harry Lyman, Mr. P. Garneau,
Mr. Paul Horbach and Mr. Jam?5 Howe comprised a party who
spent Friday afternoon at Manawft.
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Tho amusement season in Lincoln will
open noxt week. Mrs. James Brown Potter
and Kyrlo Bellew, Jho picturesque couple
whs continuo to furnish much material for
', gossip or a moro or less interesting cnaracior,
will oppcar at tho Lapsing Tuesday evening,
August 28, as the first attraction of tho regular
season, and at tho Funke one night later Owen's
"Fairies Carnival," a spectacular production under tho auspices of
the Women's Christian association, will begin a three nights engage
ment to bo followed by a matineo on Saturday.
POTTER AND BBLbBW.
It has bten five years since Mrs. Potter and Mr. Bellew last visited
the western country. " On their last American tour, two years ago,
they did not play west of tho Mississippi river. Mrs. Potter made
her professional debut at the Haymarket Theater in London in
September, 1886, in Wiifcie Collins' drama, "Man and Wife.,' Sho
was kindly received by London critics generally, who pronoenced
her as possessing marked dramatic ability. Later on in the same
year she played at tho Gayety Thratre in "Civil War" and "Loyal
Love." In October 1887 sho made her first professional bow to an
American audienco at tho Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York, in
"Mile do Bremier,' and since that time has appeared in different
plays in nearly every city where English is spoken. Mr. Kyrle
Bellew has accompanied Mrs. Potter ever since her London debut
and is an actor of wide experience and wonderful facility. Ho has
been for many years prominently beforo the public, both iu the old
and tho new world, as a leading man who has few equals- and no
superiors. He possesses in a marked degree that indescribablo quality
called personal magnetism, and is withal a man of most prepos
sessing appearance. Mr. Bellew was born in London, but at an
early age removed to India, where his youth was spent. He ran
away from Calcutta and was a sailor for two years. He afterwards
had considerable experience as a journalist, and it was during this
time tha his natural love for tho stage developed itself. For
several years he played leading parts in Calcutta, whero ho became
a great favorite. During his career ho has played in every theatre
in London, in almost every leading play of modern times, together
with all the Shakespearean pieces, and was for a long time leading
man in Wallack's Stock company at Wallack's Theatre, New York,
where he was almost worshiped by metropolitan audiences, and
particularly those of the fair sex. These two artists will appear at
the Lansing Theatre Friday, August 28th in "In Society."
THIS IS HOW WE BAT.
Batting averages of the present Lincoln team up to August 22
SO. OF GAMES.
Johnson, 11 41
Baltz, 12 10
names, l.i ;su
General average of present team,
General average of all the play
ers in the team for the season,
General average of opponents,
Albert D. Hayden, Notary Public and general stenographer
Law work a specialty. t Room 5 City Block. Phone 174.