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IM-IJS SUiKDAY 2VXOIVIrO COURIBK
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Oerner I Oth and P Streets,
Aim now flitivUntt n liuito linn of
1 1 ID Of 11
Hastings, Oriiml Island, Fremont, Platts-
mouth, Ncln mtkit City. Seward, lioat-
lie, Superior, Fulls City, Falrbury',
.-jtroiusbuig, Red Cloud nnil Cliiulion
will send delegations. World
tin wutoi tut (.'lull
else. Hut then It is
tln-v think thotols
Hhntl lie u linutl If Corbet t Is imwiblo
Herald 'and If I don't win I Imagine I shall
render li gixxl account of myself."
offer or anything
mi fur off I guess
liH'iity or tiiui'. i
In ouf ilppnrlnH'iit
DRESS C100EH. Ll.N'ENS.
KID ULOVEH v.nii El IRION'S,
Agents for HutlorlokH Putterim.
II.H.N!MNley vVr Oo
Tlii Courier enu Ho I'mintl id
Hotel Lincoln Newn Stand.
Windsor Hotel News Stand.
Capital Hotel Now h Stand.
Rod Dudo Cigar Store, 10i!0 O SI.
Ed. Young, 11.117 O St.
Cliwmn, l'Totohor ,t- Co.. 1120 O St.
Mooio'h News Stand, 11H Ho. 11th St.
Contrail Ollleo. H'llOHt.
Cnsum Cigar Store, tilth and 0 BtH.
SU.WMBU S I'YUJ
I1.V 0 Street,
Tliouatii'rdKuril hereby mItiii nnllro that It
will not x ri'inmnllU' for or imy ."' iyt
ciirml by initlo)tii, exri'iit tlio for liicli mi
onler l ultra itriMHinllr vluuril i' it, 1 IiIh
ruin U Impend Ivo, I'noiiir.n run. ( o.
Lincoln, Nun.. Mlll Int, IMM.
Don't fowl jour league tleholsl
Everybody coino utilised tho races
Alxiut ii do.ou iiieiulieiH ncdnlcil out
to Raymond IiihI Sunday morning.
IIikhI wink may lio expected from
Condon uml little l'l.vley of Oiimliu.
Several blevclo inmiiifiti'tiirurn In (li
oast have donated villiiulilu prbos for
Arthur Sulllvmi promises to surprise
some of IiIh fi lends us ho Ih riding In
Mueh ciedlt Ih (IuoMcshis. Rotiiison
mid Sclfert for their eiroitHin making
the meet u huccohh.
The Iiojh tire training fulthfnlly every
evening at the fulr gioundH' truck and
iiro showing grant speed.
'I'liere will he u big byololo parade on
the morning of the rourth: thoie will he
fully l.tHN) wheels in Hue.
There iuoiuIhoh to ho an elegant pti.o
lint. Twelve huudied dollara wotth of
prl.on a,ro aheaily secured.
F. 0. Harnett winner of the 10 mile
road race unn married hint Tuehday
uveuliiKi Sul'cchh old man.
There will he a amoUer at the CJnind
hotel the evonlnu after the rat'en: a
KHid time may he expected.
CluiH. Kilpatitek, chamiilon one leu
ilderof the world. Ih In the city, and
giving exhlfiltioim at Mueolu parK.
There will he about twenty racing
The hoaid of olllccrM wixh to announce
that only League of American Wheel
men memhoiri u III have the free privh
legexof entrance to grouuda, Htnoker,
etc., In thin city on the Fourth, limlgui
will hedixtriliuted toall leiiuue inein-
, borfuipon prewntatlon of ineuiheiKhlp
'41.1.......... I 1 4 1,1 If I
III'HI'IM III 1II(PI1 HH'IIIIMLIHIIPII IIV IPMC III
tlm league olllelalM, Thcoe liadge(,
heudiHpla.ed, will gain oti ndnUt
tnni'P to IhegmundB and niuoker and
other onlortalniuentH gUen by the
iltvinlon during the day mid ewwiitig.
All othera, nut uiemherHof tho league,
muHt pay the regular admittance feea.
l,eiigue men willoe inaiio to reel mat
ltlll III till- I'll I ! (Illllllllla,
The Lincoln Uoadnter oltili will give a
matinee Tuendav afteinoou, .luly I at
the fair guiutuiH. Theie will lie tine
racea anil a pi iv of t'K) for each race,
two tiota, to pace and a free for all
mixed dotting and pacing race.
l!ofl and giiln hetween the agert of I 'J
and -o, who rurnitm tiieirimu natmng
Htilta, will he admitted to the gieat
plunge In the new fiiuitaiium. lour
teeth and ,M atieetn. AUSOWJTHIiY
l-UKK DF CHAHllK, Tuewlnj and
Satuidaj inorningH. Jul) I and to, uiiou
the pu'M'Utation of a Colmiikk coupon.
theyaiepilWI'Wd oharacteiH thmujzh Tiu-wlny n.ornltiK. rioiu tl to 1U oVIock,
tho league Hinlluence. lfor )0xh: Saturday mornlnu'. .July lfi.
W. A. C. .lohiiHon and two or thuo
other iiieiiilietx of the Lincoln club will
lait Keainey on July I to wltnem the
match hetween Omaha mid Keainey.
Since the Keainey game the Lincoln
Iiojh have lieeu putting in come hmdi
a au i ice unn ine ciuiiiiieui unn iiivj vim , ,1.1 , . , ,,iir,.i .,,,,l,.,o.l
.i..f i mi.... .... i!....u,u" n... ....... titlo in lieauliiul emlioiwil
1111,411 1,1,1 ,l,l,,l( v,,in,r. ,,u iit'Al
tlnui they meet.
for 1h h: Saturday
Hiime hotiiH, for ghlH,
Tho beauty and uttinctlcncnH of the
Columbian aouvenlr of the cadet bat
talion of the Unlwinlty of Nebuidka for
lMl.i, la due to theeuergieaor Lieutenant
.I.J. I'eixhing, auillMr. II. (1. Whitmoio.
who managed the advert It-ing. The
cover Ih hound with cream ami ncurlct
ilhboiiH, the uutvcrHity coIoih, with the
It coutaliiH a hintory of the battalion,
written by Mr. 11,1). l'eteiRin.tiiHtructor
The Htalwmt gentlemen from Kearney i in literatuie at the uimoinlty. It iiIko
will vinlt Lincoln about the end of July j coiltaltiH plcturca of the wiiIouh depatt
at which time the homo team hopca to uientH of tho battalion with neparate
capture the pennant which now lloata pieturen of the oIUccih and an excellent
above the club hounoof tho Kearney i view or the canipuH.
Iiil'iohhu club. 1'iofefHor SwiiIii'h ladlen lailoilng and
Thofeeietary of tlioSlimiinieklaiJioHHu , iIichh cutting Hchool. Thoiough iimtiuc
club of Montreal, the champion lacumne tiona. Lefrioimnot limited. Uivsh mak-
ululioftlie world, Huh wwttcu to the ; lug done with (liKpatcli on nliort notice
give It tho time it demandH and will not
Htay in the way of wane one that Iiiih
; more time than he.
"Alphabetical" K, will no doubt wear
IiIh uniform the next time, and by the
' way, he Iiiih not neat In IiIh 'renjg''.
Stiange the way illlTorent people look
at a matlerof thin kind.
Tlio "Comrade" dcuicH the report that
he in to make IiIh tlrnt appearance thin
fall with our mlnstielH as he Ih an old
tinier at the "hi." and doenn't want to
be clawed with the other amateriH.
We have been (hilling at the c.ipltol
gioiindH for the paat few wcukHatid llud
it the cook'Ht place in tho citj. We
thought we would be away fiom '.the
eiowd.but alwiijM have an audience of
llftx or more.
Fiom the wnv t-everal of the dail
patieiH took up the icmgnntlnii of one of
our uiemherHone would think that the
compaiM wan on the eve of (Unhanding,
lint Mich Ih not the cane, and tho prchent
outlook for the company I think Ih bet
ter than any timemuco itH organization.
Cant ul n Cauitihell retutued hint Mon
day from the windy city and ieiorlH a I
big time. Ho hiiw neveial of the crack
companieHof the country diill and feelH
coiilldeut that with haul work (audi
plenty of It) we would Htaud a good
Pallor, lunguidiuw. and the appear- of Hamlet wan ono In which personal
anco of ill-health being no longer funk- HtneHH had mtlch to do. "In oidinary
lonable among ladlcH. Ajer'a bawipar-' hi" lived tho life of a modem Hamlet, his
ilia in more hugely U'Horled to an a tonic-.HUperieiiHlttve nature ho fully alive to
"The very pens that wrote of Fdwln
llooth an unlovely miHiiuthiopc during
his lire, arc now vicing with ono another
In an attempt to picture In the iiiont
brilliant luica the avvect and human
HeiiHibllity that characterized him. llor
rowing tlgureH fiom every literature and
reudeilng language a bankrupt in IiIh
behalf, they do not herniate to attribute
to him nualitii'H that wem never dreamed
of in hN philoHojihy,"
The writer of tho above, the
dramatic ciitiC of the Chicago Ilemtri,
given in brief companH, a com
prehensive nketch of tho tragedian. Ho
creditH Hooth with being a gentleman,
and to a limited extent a Hcholar; but ho
InniHtH that ho wan neither genial nor
profound. "Inheriting from IiIh father
Home part of that gloom which, in the
cane of that Hingular geniiiH wiih 'to mad
iii'hh near allied.' he panned thtough lire
an errant Hlarnteoped not alone in tho
almoHt baleful inaduenH of the elder
llooth, but in iutionpective philosophy
oi uiai iiamiei wuone counterreit pre
Hentinent he no often wiih." One can
leadlly neo with thin writer that the iIIh-
tlnction .Mr. iiooth achieved in tho role
alterative,' nervine, Htomachle. and
buildei-up of the nvHteiu generally.
Thin in unit should I.e. Aver'n Ih the
Lincoln boi'H for a date for a match to
bo pin) i'd about the middle of July In
to meiiHUic and all wotk
Fine new lino of bUHinenn nuitings
from c'-l'i tot? 10 in Scotch and ItoiiiebptiiiH,
Jeckell llioa., -lit) north Thirteenth
Hticct, near Launing theatie.
A nieinleieil. T
-.AwJ-'fW the noblent 11
'tHUrl V'Fdvvin Uoolh.
WhltebreiiHt Coal and Lime Co.
llathlng capH at llector'rt I'harmaey.
Lincoln Fraino and Art Co.,'.! South
Althea toilet pieparatorleH at Itector'H
JeckolinroH.Tallor8.11U north Thlr
DhvUI P. SIiiih, dentlHt, iihuuh VI and
4. Purr block.
Try Club Uouuo coffee, none ho good.
Miller & ClltTord.
Imported and domestic totlet tvoapH at
Mn. McFivrluiHl, profcsalonal mirov,
191 South Kleventh Btrcvt,
fiwnpfion 8lHler,artlfltlo drcHamuklng,
lia.) J niri'oi, over iiHKej
nulTaln Flour. S1.0( Her Buck. Miller
k Jk'Glfford, grocers, opinislto Purr block
' An I'utlro new lino of ladies' card eases
tad jiocket books nt Hector's Pharmacy.
. 'Mrs. II. II. Demurest, Hair Dressing
. ' and Manicuring, i-ooIub 101-10'J, 1M8 O
A full lino of Imported Sardines and
canned poups. Miller & Oltl'ord.opiKwito
All orders via telephono :S will reach
W. A, Collin & Co. and receive prompt
and careful attention.
Full lino ot artists' materials at Lin
coln Fraino and Art Compuny'H, 12U0
V South Kleventh stieet.
' T ,. II.... ..f ..........,1 f....llu In 11...
itu mien iiiiu in niiimii ,, ,in ,. ...v
eitviie shown by V. A. Collin ,fc Co., 14:1
South Eleventh street.
' Mrs. II. H. Demurest, Into of Chicago,
hair dresser and lnanicuiist.liilSO street.
THko, elovator, rooms lOUlO'J.
' For dances and outings there is no
vr ' tuvlx music in eimiHiia iib laiusuppueu.
C1 b)' thaN'ebraskutato mchestra.
' Kover order nn Invitation until you
"it Imvo seen the samples of tho work done
' by tho new Courier Publishing Co.
Frames, frames, runes, of every de
' crlptlon at Lincon Fraino aud Ait
, Company's, 220 Soutli Eloventh street.
In Mrs. flopper'H hair goods deiiarU
' went vou will llml all the latest head
' Rilomments. llalrdresslng by competent
Vfult tho Annex when you want a de.
Ikious meal, cleanly spread, well cooked
. ami iHilltvly served. Call at KM South
1 For rates and open dates of the No
3,5 brasku state band or orchestra apply at
t. tho CouitiKii olllco, 1121 O Htreet, tele
Latest novelties In Spring Millinery,
tho finest In- tho city. Caldwull Sisters,
" aOB South Eleventh streut.
Miss Uertlui Snyder, stenographer and
typewriter. CorresiHindence, law woik,
and all kinds of shorthand work promptly
and neatly executed. H-l 0 street.
, Telephono 2Tv'l.
Miss Mabel Merrill, tho well-known
I', artist. Is again ul nor siiiuio, room ;.
WebBter block, where sho will U pleased
to execute orders in pasioi unn on paini.
tugs. Lessons given.
The new-Courier Publishing Co., 11S4
O street, is now ready to accept ordeis
'for all klndsof tine printing and engraved
work. Wedding lnvitntlons.cnlling cards,
etc., a specialty. Phono 2X1.
i Wheu you want prompt service and
. fair troutment u nd the selection from
i -rthe largest stock of groceries in Lincoln
v sail on W. A. Coffin Jc Co., successors to
J.Miller, 113 South JUlovenm street,
Halter's market, old reliablo market,
bow moved to Thirteenth street, opinislto
Lansing theatre, is where ladies should
all for their meat onlers, Telephono
5 orders over No. 100 receive prompt at.
, At Brown's Boynl Cnfe ladles will
.mow Hod h Urge and airy dining hall on
fWi tmmd ttoor, where all kinos of
iaachesor nteala are elegantly ved.
Ladies entrance lirst door west of C1110.
5i North Teutb street.
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SSI.-rr" THE YALE
variing nhase of the ait aud social
..-. - - .. :
ine aiiout nun, ami so
dm, and so warned bv tho
habit of intioHpection fiom which ho
could not encaue. that no irreat cIiiiiil'o
of habit 01 manner was leiaiired toreprej
H-nt the melancholy Dane upon tho
mimic stage. I lining the hint )ears
wl 011 the Hliadowsof the hereafter began
to gather thickly and the need of human
Hvmpathy pressed uion him. Edwin
llooth, for the (lint time, permitted his
soul to mellow under the influence of
that personal friendship Hrst expressed
in a Hignlllcant manner by Lawrence
Hariett. Hut it Is not as a gonial man.
with IiIh heart alive to the loves and
hates of all mankind that ho Ih to be re-
l'lio elder Hooth, Forrest.
vomau of them all. and
the great trinity whoso
..1jkVi' ' names will long stand unrivaled, brought
UNIVERSITY BOAT CREW.
THE HR'ARD UNIVERSITY BOAT CREW..
men down fiom Omaha to defend the
honors of the city on the big muddy.
Mockett is training liar I and looks as
If ho weie still able o do nd the chnm-
Lincoln. The Shamrock's aio at pre- j
sent visiting the world's fair and are
going to make r. trip to the coast aud
will lay over in Lincoln tor two or tnree
(lavs to play the local club and take in
pionsiup nonois wmei.no now hokum,. , ,K)i,Ue ,,t inteiest in this vicinity.
Several fast men will leave the night , Tho Llncoln tfllll, lmH been strength
of July for 1-ort Sco t himsas, vhoro wl , P(,veral new player who aio
theywdlrdeonthol-ifthforthe Ivan- llivn' Btn)l,K .,un.Hi iw,.H im
sas champtonship. , Uoisenbeclc formerlv or Harrio, Out.,
Tho championHhip races promise to have strengthened tho defence of the
be a big success. Entries have been ro-, local team and MeHilde, Perrin and
celved from all points of tho state and Lottrldgo have made tho home team
several from Denver. I Invincible. N.J. Robinson the veteran
cantain ot tne Lincoln ciuu is
The company will go to Heatrice.Tuly 1.
Sargeaut Covert toturr.ed the tlrst of
fiom his trip tlnough ,C'olo-
Tho Oinalm Wheel club has seven or
eight men training for the Lincoln
meet and tho Tourists twelve or four
teen. A good showing, Is it not?
Look out for records on tho fourth
C. K. Selfert and D. M. Small made a
centurv hint Sunday to BeutriuMind re
turn by way of Ctete, making 101 miles
in about 10 hours.
The local club has built one of the
tlnest and fastest tracks in the west at
the Lincoln pmk ball grounds, where
the championship races of the Nebraska
division of tho L. A. IF. will bo run
Every L. A. W. member will be pre
store for tho l.ojp.
what It is.
has a surprise in
Some ono ask him
tininitui carefully for the next
and claims to have made a new iccord ot
1115 ) aids.
ded tho same courtesies if they will
hand in their applications.
There is ono more week to get ready
for tho Lincoln meet. It takes ijuito a
whilo to get everything in readiness for
a two or three dayR stay. and there's no
such a thing as commencing too early.
Lincoln men aro adding mora to the
nlri'iiiH'lili iroirinn und ir's iroimr to be i In conclusion
tho event of the uo I uuii..g hi . e il - w , eg, t't t- -iy
utcvclists. Omaha, bouthOimdia, Vi.i: e tosi with i.orUii f., m y u
The I'llf Ittuif,
As for Corbet t, tho Chicago papeis
tell us that he will continue as an
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tiuio arrives wiien tt will lie inwwury , i"r i ami " ' w '" "
for him to begin training for his tight I i ..,, r,,rti.l (but thu Omahii
J with Mitchell. What tight? 'I ho 'jnmrds were coming down to spend
champion Is cunning if not ling else. , minv, tinlav but I have not been utile
"After my tight with Mitchell,' tho , , Kl,, h oillcially.
t actor is made to say. "I will bo open to 1 .
meet anv man in the world, Jackson Our big picnic will no doubt take
iiK-rfened. I am anxious that the place in the next two weeks, bo bear it
uuestionof suporioritv between mjself in mind and be sine and go. Wo will
and Jackson bo decided." iissme you a big tune.
Low who is at
picseut in Colorado in search of health,
are very encouraging, and we nope 10
cc him home again soon.
I undeistand that several of our mem-
beis contemplate a trip to Afiica. It
i may lo all right bull think they will
1 wish for Room 8 l.efoio they me gone
I I am told that Lleutenunt Hlckey in
I tends to u-sig.i his commission ami ie-
'turn to tie ranks, 'I ho boys will be
pn -c ' J ., as 1 0 !,a1 lim.le
gO 'U otlLv.. liU. J-iii Ki.Vh iu'OJl .jt
I Do not forget Tiir.CofiiiK.a's two fiee
I days at the sanitarium. Hiivh and ghls
I with Couitttit couiions admitted fiee to
I the gioat plunge Tuesday July I ad
! Saturday, July lfi. He sure and cut out
Juno the cateier. Thirteenth and O
sheets- is anxious to servo all parties,
picnics and festivals with ico cream,
cos, caKcs. etc., and will aiiiiicciaio a
call from all intending entertainers.
Canon City coal at tho Wliitebrenst
Coal ami LImo Co.
Something good. "White Loaf Flour"
81.10 per sm;k. Miller A: Clifford.
The Sunday train on the Union Pact
tlcbetween tills city ,und Manhattan will ,
ho discontinued commencing today.
After tliii theatre call at "The Anno
There 1110 only sixty-llvo gushes in tho Cafo" for a lunch. Everything nice, new
box as to who the tall man In tho llrst nw uttractive. Prices reasonable.
match guards, was In the city
of tho Omaha
last Thursday be
Piivate C. M. Camp starts for the
world's fail soon. While gone ho will
visit his old homo In eastern Iowa.
Thcra may bo some nicer and cooler
places to en'jov a plate of delicious ice
creams than Chas. June's pavillion, but
thev aro not to bo found In this neigh
to us that strange, sometimes forblddimr
gift of genius, and as the children of
genius wo must keep their memory
Sol Smith Russell's new play, "April
Weather," is a most pi onounced success,
and tlie success of this touching comedy
is another pioof that vice need not nec
essarily l.o Ihe coiner-Htone in tho
foundation of a modern play. All of tho
1'ieneh comedies which have been re
pioduced in this country have exhaled
an odor of inlldellty, and the characters
have moved in an atmosphcie of vice.
Ameiicau playwrights have been
directly affected by the Fienchidea, and
tneie nan neon a i-rencii suggestiveness
In neaily all recent productions. Some
how the idea seems to bo widely pre
valent among dramatic authors that n
comedy or dinum. to obtain a hold on
the public, must in some way hinge 011
some phase of tho social evil; hence wo
have vivid stage pictures of men invad
ing women's bed 1 001ns, and vice-verna;
thinly veiled uastiness in dialogue, and
the portrayal of men and women in a
hundred couipiiiminiiig situations. Jut
it has been most emphatically demon
strated that purity is compatible with
popularity in stage production, and
"Apiil Weather" U once more a Htriklng
evidence of this. Mr. RussellV new
lay is absolutely free from taint. Thero
is 1 osuggiSiioii of the paitioular form
of vice hat is so continually exploited
1 11 the hi age and yet the comedy, with
its delicate pa' hos and quaint humor is
one of the gieatent successes of the year,
hi cause peojile lead Zol.i and go to see
tllthyplays.it does not necessarily fol
low that they ca.o nothing for liooks
with less "realism," which is onlyanother
wind for tilth. and plays which do not
reek with immorality.
Sells & Ren tf row's circus, with itB
drove of one elephant aud its laundry
advertisements, gave a one-ring perform
mice Wednesday afternoon and evening.
A story or a joke can bo so old that it is
1 new. and a circus can be so bad that it
is positively good from the standpoint
1 of amusement. Sells .V Rentfrow's
wasn't no bad or as good as that.
There weie a number of really meritori
ous features and s ane that a critical spec-
j tutor might have given some other name.
! Tho tent wasn't very large and it wasn't
veiy full at either peifonnanco.
1 n m m
Manager Ed A. Church, of the Lans
i ing theatie, who is now in New Vorlv
'making bookiigs for the forthcoming
season, writes very encouragingly of .the
I outlook. He has already succeeded in
tilling neatly nil of his open dates with
thst-clans attractions, and he assures thu
pa trans of the Lansing through Tick
I CouiiiHt that the season of 1vJj-1 will
I eclipse all previous records.
One of the newest dramatic organiza
tions is known as the I) ew family. This
com tinny will present " I'ho Iliva'ts" and
siuriar lays tlie coming season. It in
cludes Mis. John Drew. Mr. and MrH.
Sidney Drew, Mr. and Mm. McKee Ran
kin. Miss Phyllis Rankin and Charles
The Nebraska state band will till a
Fourth of July engagement at Beatrice.
E. II. Sot I'tyn will produce "Shendnn,"
by Paul M. Potter, th" c jinin season.
Two moie chouses aro due in Lincoln
this season Fo-epaughs and Sells'.
The Lansing will not bn open again
until tho latter part of July.
sontod with an elegant souvenir badge Charlie Mitchell writes that ho is In ' Reports from Sam
vvnicnwiiienuueiiim 1. iiiei.eiuui. .h p(HMUvndItion, barring a lame knee,
the track grounds and in fact tho city. Things aio very ijuiet on the other side
All vvho aro not members willbeexti - ul ,, ia al,xioH to u.turn , tlla
country. Ho will not come over, how
ever, for several weeks, as he does not
feel disposed that Corbett should har
vest a now grist of ads at his exiu'iise.
Tho two have not been matched and
there Is aUnit as much chance of a
battle I etween I hem as il e is between
Johnny Hull Himself ami U.'.clo bum
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