Fort Wayne World, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1885, Fort Wayne, Indiana Ihe 21, 1SSS. 3STO. SS AS THE FIRST WEEK dF Mention mui Accounts ami Luncheons i Arion The restrictions which the Lenten or the fast of. forty days before give to ciety a suspension of animation for the lime Despite a few non- ritualists have enlivened the week by several social The Urno ordained to teach us self-denial make us unselfish by the practice of personal sacrifice of fond us a sanitary Were this motive religiously and con- observed our natures would lie but we are loth to the formalist who knows but little ot the real and elects to accept or reject his In view ot Ihe anticipated engagement .at the Temple of Henry we may able to penetrate the depths of our Mr. Will leaves for u in Morss left this week to join her in The Misses Ward mined a few of their friends at lea on Miss Nellie is displaying grail ll J. n. plate a visit to Sew Orleans Fred of visited Will a. few days this Mrs. of will visit with her Dr. S. next The Sewing Circle was entertained on Thursday afternoon at the Misses Ail Unfit is soon lo wed a young lady residing in Ihe south part of the Mr. James of who here this is a cousin of Hon. James G. Rev. W. S. Webbe will move Wife the house now occupied by Byron on West Berry Mrs. M. A. is having a of giren in her honor at Mrs. T. 1'. Anderson will leave for the The cold weather has her Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hill leave for New Orleans in the near Mrs. John White will accompany Mrs. Will Fowler of Washington has returned home utter a delightful two sojourn among S. A. Northrop has moved from West street to a very ant residence on East Wayne Society people have been looking for- ward with considerable satisfaction to the relief which the season Miss of who the guest of her Mrs. Charles has returned to her Mr. Ike who attended the is a line and has one ot the grandest studios in Mrs. G. D. Adams and of Douglas have been seriously ill Ihe past but are happily slowly It is insisted that hundreds of able young girls anoint their hands with cold and then put on kid they wear until The Association of Trinity Church have organized for the Lenten and will meet at the homes of Ihe different Coffee and wiches will lie the refreshments On Thursday last Miss Nellie tho accomplished cousin of Millie of this left for her home in 0. McCurdy has been the of relatives for several Mr Albert formerly ot this was married on Ihe 18th to Miss Laura of 0. The affair was one ot those fashionable quiet Mr. home is now in Mr. and Mrs. John of royally entertained a parly of young people from Ibis city last day pre- viz. Thirteen girls and four lows in tho sleigh An East End whist club has disbanded until er Mrs. Frank Randall has recovered from icr recent Miss Maud Sill of is visiting relatives Girls who can afford wear litlle gold wire for shoe fa Miss Ellie Lumbard is convalescent ter sn illness of two are becoming monomaniacs on the subject of physical An innovation a recent luncheon was frozen It is said to be Mr. Arthur Warrener of 0., lias been visiting friends here for a few Mr. Fred Beach of Hast Berry street has returned home from a brief visit in Anna Lowry left tor on lo remain after the in- Mrs. Judge Carson entertained a small company of friends at an on Miss S. is now occupying a suite of Mrs. East Berry Mrs. Dr. Davidson of Warsaw will ar- rive here next week to be the guest of Miss Jessie An East Berry young lady mid a Chicago gentleman are to bo in tho spring Winfleld Bash have re- home from n lengthy visit throughout the Mr. and Mrs. A. ot are Ihe guests of. Mr. and Mrs. William Miss Carrie who is the guest of Mrs. Charles will return to her home in 0., R. of Wayne removed lo her brother Mr. Simon several miles east of the Mr. and ot East Berry street have moved into of the Worth on Hast Main B. who lias been ing her father on Fast Main returned to her home in Van Wort on Mr. and Mrs. Mack and children are now pleasantly domiciled at the McKinnie and are to their Mr. Andrew Ellison and family of have left for a lour of the ern Miss Ellison of this city companied Miss Florence an accomplished of will arrive here Ihe first of Iho week to be Ihe guest of Miss Mary be pupils of Ihe Academy of Our Lady of Iho Sacred Heart sleigh ride to the city on The party dined at tne Mayer Col. A. and a charming left tor an extended trip in the South on Monday after a pleasant Mr. and Mrs. G. E. At a dinner party last week the table decorations were entirely of The center pyramid was made entirely of these sweet-scented being two feet Lent is witli and the society dens will now be lost to Miss Laura J. who has been residing at for some has removed to this The young girls at Orleans are nearly all wearing They are to be had in silver and and arc the most of the souvenirs A was recently given in in which 400 people in costume took part. During the ance the curtain but was put out by a fireman before any serious dent Over people were in the building at the Mrs. R. J. Fisher left for the tirst of Ihe week lo attend the marriage of her niece Miss Ella Walker lo Mr. Potts of Los The wedding will occur next and will be a quiet Miss Walker has frequently and has many warm friends and admirers in this On last Monday evening Miss Jessie White gave an informal company to select number of complimentary to Miss Carrie of Cards were the feature of the Those present were Mr. and Mrs. the Misses Carrie Lucy Annie and Lottie Annie Messrs. and Will potatoes without dyeing or g the cue which he or coining paralyzed with a her eyes to the cupola of the lo conceal her unparalleled em- making a rough id not harassing him witli and stupefying she ve him a a bouquet of and a on and a lithograph copy of the in pes of Mendelssohn and a a of a of for e a a some a a cornelian of a chronometer with movable balance a box of oes and a religious The who was also a trafficking id a parishioner of preferred a choice was referable vacillating occasionally occurring wofully uttered this Life but heresy and shall be The sibyl an- There is notably an lipsis and a trisyllable We in not impugning her English swells are dropping the prefix from their visiting and they now spell out all their names in An English Dwell generally has four or live Mrs. Frank Pond and son Douglass were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel this Mrs. Pond left New York where her band is engaged in Mrs. John Wednesday after- noon at one o'clock entertained a party of friends at her elegant suburban home in honor of Mrs. Frank Pond of Those present were Mrs. Frank Mrs. Willis Mrs. Hugh Mrs. Mort. Mrs. Mrs. E. T. Mrs. Mrs. Mary Mrs. G. K. Miss Eliza The P. held their seventh an- banquet at the residence of the Rockhill on their stock farm west the on the 15th The ing were and did justice to a 20- pound bronze Messrs. Jesse and W. C. W. J. J. son and and Mont. Tho absent members Morris and Dixon lint one such meeting is held in each and day is always chosen from the month of Fort who are at New 0 write home thai tho nako the following now substantially com- the its in all that have been promised lo Iho and pleasant spring having succeeded UK rainy the management now peal to tho press of the country to lend enterprise aid for ils success that the honor of the nation and Ihe in- terest of the exhibitors may be protected and the educational value ot tho lion be secured lo Iho an in creased attendance during Ihe of the Georgie even ing gave one of the mosl delightful pal ties of the Progressive was greatly dancing Was indulged in. Tho tavoi were Mr. Joe Coombs an Miss Alice Coombs won the prize for Hi heal and Miss Jessie While an Mr. T. J. for the Aneli collation was lire cut were Mrs. Frank Pond of Mr. and Mrs. MorU Misses Ne lie and Kittle Alice Coomb Annie and Lottie Annie and Je sie Carrie and Well Messrs. John Male Howard T. J. Harry Joe Coombs and Edwar entertainment given by the tor's Aid Society of Trinity wherein the leading feature was a ling was a digression from the programme highly as it affords nol amusement but instruction as and as demonstrated on this occasion that all educated people arc not We world suggest that in church and cial gatherings practice 111 this ami dred amusement and instruction be that in addition lo a prize being offered tor a fine lo be im- posed for Perhaps more im- than correct spelling is correct few Would jc of their shortcomings in this The affected Miss re- turns lo her home feeling that she can convince them of her advantages by saying when in truth it is not sanctioned by author but it sounds broad and and she is if her name is Agnes or He she would not recognize it it cor redly if she addressed a gen friend as Philemon Arion or she fail ti properly name For the of any poor who may read we give th most ganger oversaw was a maligned with a who drove a using a of coercion to over hi shod with He was a Ciali lean and he had i diphtheria and ii A siby with the ot of at hii measure a bushel of saccharine tomatoes from a heap For tho we append the A sent her betrothed an ex- He said her voice was vector than of or any thcr He called her a fair and after extolling her roseate Jie swore homage and lOVe forever The wife was a pattern of in- a notable Pronounce 3uisinc, Pall The grand old Hebrew Temple was to overflowing on Thursday ng by the of our Hebrew lo witness the marriage ceremony one of our brilliant and ill young Miss Linda Becker lo Moses of he bridal parly marched up the aisle while the grand church organ pealed orth joyfully the wedding The as is customary with the rules at Hebrew was very imd was performed by Rabbi Israel who made a few appropriate re- marks lo the happy young lolling them of the many joys and sorrows they would encounter as man and and wishing happiness and The bride looked charming in a white with trimmings of bossed and diamond Tho groom wore the customary nl black dress Mr. Henry Friend acted as master of and tho following gentlemen were Al. Max and im Fisher and Joseph The aids of honor Miss Minnie of and Miss Belle ot this Immediately after the ceremony a few friends of the bride and groom arlook of a delicious wedding supper at home of the Later in tho veiling a brilliant reception was ered Mr. and Mrs. at Arion after dancing tor several hours to ic delightful music furnished by the large age of friends sat down to one of the lost inviting repasts that has been pre- ared in Fort Wayne for many a embroidered light blue satin Miss Agatha blue velvet embossed the color of natural Miss Minnie a lemon trimmed with cardinal pearl Miss Belle ecru wilh deep lace flouncing and nal pearl Miss Belle pink zimer with embossed velvet Miss Dora white oriental Miss Rebecca ecru cardinal Miss Julia cream pearl beaded Miss Rose white wilh Bertha cream oriental Miss Laura pink dinal Miss Carrie cream radzimir silk with oriental Miss Emma blue changeable lace Miss Blouda black with escurial Miss George while lace Miss Dora salmon silk and cardinal Miss Carrie brown silk and diamond Miss Sarah Nile green 8IUlll, pink satin Addie flesh colored lace Mrs. M. cardinal embossed Mrs. lien ecru pongee and cardinal Mrs. Julius black nal embossed satin Mrs. Henry brocaded Mrs. S. Miss pink Mrs. black silk jet Mrs. A. cardinal velvet and Mrs. garnet ottoman feather Mrs. Isaac black brocaded Mrs. A. black jet The gentlemen present were Messrs. THEATER IN AND OUT OF THE Local and Foreign on Theatrical HUH Keen Hero mill Is la Private which met with great success is the next attraction at the The play had a run of luO nights in New The which was io have been repeated on Thursday has been postponed until after The tumes of the company have been sent back to but will be sent for when When the are again the proceeds will go to the Hayden which assisted in the first night's entertainment and also at the Joe Murphy has been here a great many times and has never since the war been known to bring a new play before the Mr. Murphy draws wherever he and as custom had a good house at tho Temple last Wednesday when he Mr. Murphy is familiar with one which he has presented in Fort Wayne every season since the year 1812. Nat at the Academy of sic tho Roller was very geod In The title of the comedy could not possibly have been more as it is one continual mixed up affair from beginning to Mr. Goodwin we might in an is a although ho was not on suigo enough to give the audience a good idea of liis powers as a There is room in Fort Wayne for abnut one more representation of was furnished by Mrs. H. of this or rather it was by that The following toasts were responded to the gentlemen Health and Henry Louis and Ike brothers of the M. New George Louis anil Simon mid Henry Henry Louis Henry and Theodore Ben Max and Louis and many The following is from number of the Wyoming last Monday evening Ben Paul Post G. A. of this held a in Opera Hall and enjoyed a lic There was a large at- tendance of the Posl and friends After Ihe installation of officers the Post and Ladies Relief Corps and friends adjourned to tho Post's where Vrise was awaiting Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mrs. Orlando in behalf of tho Post and Relief pre- sented a beautiful set of china dishes to Mrs. the latter lady replied in a and pleasant T. H. Marshall was then called out and Capt. A. M. in behalf of bers of the Mr. Marshall with a beautiful gold pin or of Ihe G. A. reminding Mr. Marshall this was his 50th Mr. shall responded and in On Monday evening after tho of Nal in Ihe Academy of Music closed ils career as a and will hereafter be used exclusively as a roller skating The Academy in its seen both prosperous and hard times; principally the we are At one time il was controlled by tho present assistant of the Masonic Temple who made things in the ner that all theatrical people do who are at the The with the assistance of Brooks was kept moving until a year or when Julius these do you Samuel of Posen gentlemen was substituted in his Mr. Calm gave away too many and spent too much money suit Messrs. Brooks Dickson in the course of a few found it the to again change and our gay Julius was fold to which he after pawning his watch to get out ot It win a very slippery night when Calm went out ot too slippery for him to it WHS also a very and a few of our esteemed arics the various accounts which Mr. Calm was thoughtless enough to overlook in his basic lo leave Hie There is a wild story afloat relating to Mr. taking an overcoat belonging to 0. L. but as Mr. Perry is very sensitive as regards lo having his name appearing in the we will not publish it. After Mr. Calm was dis- missed from the employ of A. Charles Remarks were made by Mr. Herman Ulson of Mr. Joe Mr. Jake of Mr. Al. Mr. Theodore Frank and Mr. Leopold of New York brother of the The ladies present at the reception were handsomely as Miss Linda white with front and trimmings of embossed Mrs. mother of black silk and Mrs. black Miss Rose sister of pink silk and lace Mrs. Herman black lace over old gold Sol. black priate words thanked his comrades for this beautiful present and recognition of his Marshall will be remembered here as Miss Hattic Her Messrs. C. B. Woodworth Co. were appointed in his and have since that time the emy in the many friends enjoy the popularity of her husband and herself in their Western Making Louis bronze green 1. O. O. F. Tho sixty-sixth April 27, of the flourishing order of Odd will be celebrated appropriately by the three Nos. 10 and 228, On Tuesday last n meeting of the bers of the three lodges was lo make George sided at the William acted Brothers Harper and Fisher were appointed a Committee on and Brothers Meyer and Liggett committee on securing a ball for the public Ihe Odd Fellows at their lodge over the to further arrange money and pleasing their The Academy would not even now close its doors was it not for that there is. more money in roller Should at any time the rink we hope that the Academy of Music may again come to the front as a place Here's Your THE MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF Of tho lalo Firm of WILL BE CLOSED OUT At Iho Sheriff's CLOTHING HOUSE M.