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MPULvriox of lincolu 6&,ooo.
Goods on Sale
The Couhikr will not Ihj irstiohslblo for
aay debt mndo ly nny ono In It nnnio, tin
aa a written order neeomiwinlr tho same,
Semi Annual Display of
PATTERN HATS AND
MILLINERY ' NOVELTIES
Next Wednesday, Tliursdny
September mt, a 3 ml nnd 33.
Ynu arc Invited tocnll.
The Courier Onn tie Koimd At
Hotel Lincoln Now Stand.
Windsor llotol News Htnnd.
Capital Hotel Now Hlnnil.
Rett Dude Olanr Morn, IWo O Street
iCd. Young, van O Street.
- ClMon, Flctoher A Co.. 11S0 O Htrcet.
McW Now Htnnd. its South llth Htrect.
Cailuo Clgnr Store, Brace lllook, 15th A U
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
Lcal ami Perianal.
Whltobreast Coat and Llmo Company.
1 Ii. Oarr, jeweler, removed to 11330 street
llann & IlaU'a new pharmacy 1300 O itreet.
New location, L. Bavr, jeweler, 1133 O St.
Dr. Ruth M. Wood, Brace building, room
410, 4U nn1 413, 0-10-1;
Canon City Coal at the Whitebreait
Coal and Lime Co.
8anipaon Bitter, artbtlo dressmaking,
1123 N itreet, over Dorsey's.
Archei, de.itist. Vino gold and bridge
workaspojlalty. Draco block.
' K C Baking Powder, 83 ounce 25 cent.
Absolutely Puie, Have you tried Itl
Call up phone 457 and order vour 8unday
ee cream ot the new Bon Ton bakery.
Ilia Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. llth & Psts.
over Lincoln rlaving bank, entrance on Pst,
Mann & Hall' pharmacy makes a specialty
, ot prescription work. Call at 1300 O street,
' Telephone 600.
The Wldtebreatt Coal and Lime company
U always at the front supplying the finest
grades of all kinds ot coal
" It Is a noticeable fact that Cook-Bailey
.Grocery Co. la daily becoming headquarter
for fine teas, coffee and spices.
Special orders for fine cakes, superb Ico
cream and Ices promptly delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No. 457.
Wild cherry wjne is the most popular sum
mer drink iu Lincoln. Ask for it. Made by
Lincoln Bottling Works. Telephone 440,
Finest ice cream in the city anl hand
somest refreshment parlors, at the Bonbon
Poefaler's old stand, Twelfth and P streets.
When you want flitt-class, pure and whol
soroe luiuuicr drinks for family use call up
telephone 440, the Lincoln Bottling Works.
Orders for piano tuning left with Young
and Elder, 03 south Eleventh street, will
; receive prompt attention by B.C. Quick.
If you want a suit made to order at reas-
enable prices see the new fall and winter
at Urns at Wanamaker& Brown" tailoring
agency, Y. M. C. A. building.
Coal of rwrjralan from the beat mines
In Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale by Geo, A.Ray-
xeiepnoae .w, umce 1 1JH U street.
If you will make it a point never to get a
pictute framed until you have seeu the Lin
coin Frame & Art Company's goods, you
will always get the latest styles. Price are
always tbe lowest.
K O Baking Powder, 85 ouces 83 cents.
'Absolutely Pure. Have you tried itl
' Why have your horses feet butchered, have
aue horse and have them suffer! Take
them to Charlie Blattery's new shop, 410
South Eleventh street, and such will never
br. Faruham Cure
,cJHfaJcHM. Consultation free. Medi
ltf foratohad at oSoa. OSea hour 10 to 13
a. m U to Op. m.,aM 7 to Op, m. Buuday
IWWaR!!n - L
Full Line of Summer y
Corsets, Silk Mitts, yr
and Gauze 1 J
Underwear jf A
A quiet but beautiful wedding ceremony
was solcinlnlrod Hatunlny evening at tho
home of Col. and Mr. L. U. l'acnlu Kast
Lincoln, tho contracting parties bring tho'r
daughter, Mis lwls Clarke, and Mr. Mark
V. Woods, Iwth resident of this city for
tunny year. Tho wedding which was to
have lawn a leading social uvent, was chang
ed ton qulot unostentatious affair owing to
r. sad affliction, death of a brother of tho
brldo. Th floral decorations and voiding
upMtr were disposed with and It was gen
ei ally understood by tho Invited guests that
Invitations were cancelled. Therefore the
ceremony, which was delivered by nu old
friend of tho hi Idea family, Rev. Dr. J. V,
Alderman of Atchison, wni listened to by
but a few rolatU w and most liillumlu friends.
A wedding trip which hnd nUo been planned
wns postKncd and the happily mated couple
have settled down to tho realities of mnrtlnl
hllss In their beautiful now homo nt Twenty
sixth and l stiect. tho ground lielng n
present from tho bride's father. Tho lint of
tokens wns largo nml embrace a lino of
licautliul articles, many of thorn Isilng quite
vnluablu nml very useful. Tho hi Idols well
known In Lincoln society, being one of Its
most ultl active nud liittiitsoiiicnt in miotics,
and mi accomplished daughter of a highly
rrKctcd and popular family. Thcgioom
is n genial companionable young business
until, a sou of Mr, and Mrs. F. W, Woods,
mid a iiioiiiImt of tho Wood Investment
cotnpnny. Ho is a shrewd business man and
Is opular with n Inrgo circle ot friends.
Rov, Iaiwl Gregory lecelved a cordial
welcoming reception nt tho chinch edifice
Tuesday evening, which was In the f rm of n
surpiiso. A large number of the members
congregated nt tho church, after which a
committee was scut to escort tho popular
pastor tohls Hock. It wns n delightful affair
throughout and It would be dltllcuit to say
who enjoyed It most, host or guet. Aim, W.
O, Jones rendered n beautiful piano selco
Hon, after which Mis. A. W. Bcc.tt spoke,
briefly welcoming their guest to his homu
mid tho place where ho Is so well thought of.
Mr. Oregory's reply wns pithy nud listened
to with uiinlNttlng Interest, and after Mr.
C, W. Raymond snug a pretty vocal number
tho party sat down to enjoy a de.lclous re
past which was under charge of Mr. Al. liar
greaves, which fnct in itself tells just how
good everything must have been. Mr. W.
Q. Hell hnd charge or things geiiornlly, nud
tho occasion was certainly n ciedlt to him,
Ouoof tho pleaxintest events ot tlilswe'k
was tho wedding which took place nttho
homo of Mr. nud Mrs. J, 11. Luke, lUU'i O
street, WedneMlay ovoulug, on which occas
ion their daughter, Alma E., wns united In
marriage with Mr. John M.Tomsou. At
eight o'clock, nfter a lnrgo number of friends
had arrived, tho Imppy couplo proceeded to
tho parlor where Rov, H. B. Wnnamaker of
Kast Lincoln in an impressive ceremony
mndo them man and wlfo. Numerous heni ty
congratulations wore offered, after which an
elegant wedding supper wns served. Many
usulul and valuable presents wuie received,
Tho brldo is a woli known Lincoln lady and
Is fully capablo of being a worthy helpmate
to her companion for lite. The groom Is a
popular professional man, being connected
with the State Journal roportoriai stair. 110
has won the resnect nud esteem ot a host ot
peoplo who wish the happy couple overy Joy
In tho future that lies before them.
Miss CoraOutcalt and Mls Bruusou Invlt
od a few friends Saturday evening to meet
their guest, Miss Nelllo Post of Columbus,
Nob. Among those present wore Missus Nel
llo Pott, Anna Puuko, Clara Richardson,
Messrs. Charles Burr, 0cr Funke, Bam
Low and Harry Reese. Mis Post returned
to Columbus Monday evening.
Mr. Lou Keunard Rlggs' new art studio
In the Keiiuard block, 3M Bouth Elovcntn
street, will bo formally opened today with a
graud reception. A Inrgo uutnler of Invita
tions have boon issued and each guert will be
expected to call at the hour specified 011 their
Mr. Morand ha issuod a number ot Invi
tations for an evening (arty next Tuesday nt
hli new dancing academy In the Lansing
Theatre building. The exercise will Include
a happy cu-mlngllng ot a promenade con
cert and dancing. Irvine' new orchestra
will furnish thi music.
Mis Katherlno V. Morrissoy has returned
after spending three years at the Cornell
University, nud accepted tho position as prin
cipal of the O street school. Bhe has many
friends in the city who will tw glad to see hor
Mr. Fred Rutherford, assistant ticket agent
In tueC. ,11.1. &P. city olllce, left for Bt.
Paul Monday where ho goes to assume tho
duties ot travelling passenger agent of the
Minneapolis and Bt. Ixiuls railway.
Rov. Coolbaugh has arrived from Now
Hampshire to take charge ot the Kplxcopnl
school In North Lincolu. Ho preached n
very Impressive seimon nt Holy Trinity
church Sunday morning.
Mr. Dick Berlin ot Omaha, now In the
tcavanger business, was a Lincoln visitor
Tuesday evening to coutract wiUi tho city to
take care of IU acavnnger work, but met with
only limited success.
Mrs. M. Spiesberger ot Keokuk reached
Lincoln Tuesday moiulug to see her first
grand child, which an Ived at the homo ot
her daughter, Airs, L. M. Colin, Tuesday
Mr. Harry (3, Bartruff returned to Lincoln
this week after nu absence of about two
years. He now resides in Chicago and his
old friends heie 1110 glad to to him homo
Worthlugtou academy, the now Episcopal
school for bujs located north ot the city, was
opened Tuesday for the reception of boaiding
pupils. The formal opening occurred Thurs
day. Mis. B. O. King and Mrs. O. Wilkeiisou re
turned to Princeton, III., today, after having
visited two weeks lu Lincoln as the guests ot
Mr. and Mis. L, C. King, -'751 Apple street.
Miss Bessie Hall, who has been entertained
for several dujs bv MUs Lelia Blieais at the
Lincoln, returned home to Omaha Monday,
MUs Ethel Harding ol Kansas City is here
to atteud tlie Btatu University, Bhe is stop
ping with htrauut, Mr. M. ii. Everett.
De, J. O. Everett and family of Grant,
Neur,, have moved to Lincoln to be lu readi
ness lor the opeuliig of the Baultariuin.
Mrs. MoMillan completed her visit with
Mr. and Mis. John Carson at the Lincoln
Monday and has returned to Ogde.i.
Miu Carrio C. Powers, after a pleasant
visit with Lincolu fi lends, returned to Oma
Mis Get trude Laws, after a mouth's visit
ia Bait Lake City, la at home again.
Misses Lena Dewtese and Fearle Camp spent
Tuesday lu Omaha.
CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, ..SEPTEMBER
Tho palatial residence of Mr, and Mrs. C.
II, Hammond Boventeenth and II Streets wns
thrown open to their innny friends Wellies
day evening tho occasion llng a piano recit
al by tin Ir daughter. Miss Maude, assisted by
MIssNiinnloLllllbildge, contralto, and Mrs.
S III Owen Jones, nccoinNinlst, MUs Ham
mond has a remarkable clearness of touch
mid expression thut rouiells tho admiration
of nil. Tho wonderful nccurnoy nud precis
ion with which alio executed tho illlllcult
Beethoven sonstn s'iows cleat ly that she is a
genius. For several yeais pn.t Miss Ham
niond has lawn 11 pupil Mm. W, O, Jones, to
whom much of the success ot tho musical Is
due. Miss Lllllhridgo snug lu her usual sweet
manner which Is so pleasing to Lincoln people.
Tho audience was largo nud appreciative
ns was shown by their henrty encores. Miss
llvnmnnd wore pink silk with plnkioses.
Miss Lllllhridgo white silk with diamond
orunino'itM. Mrs. Jones wns chnruilug lu
lemon coloicd silk,
Mr, 0. O. Burr returned Thursday from
Now Yoik, leaving Mrs. Bill rand Miss Her
tie n the inetiopoll to continue enjoying
themselves befoin returning. They will how
eur stnrt for linmo the latter part of next
week nccomp'iiilcd by Mis. Frank Sheldon.
Mr. Hlieldou will nlsj visit Lincoln about tho
mlddlo of October.
Miss (leitudo AblMitt hnvi g grniluiUil
from tho Nebraska conservatory of music,
left Tuesday for Owntonnn, Minn, for n
short visit with friends nfter which she goes
to Chlcngo to further Hrfect heielf lu
A letter received In Lincoln tho otlur day
sUtes that Mr. B. II. Drown, foimerly in
tho Burlington train dispatcher's olll'o hern,
lias accepted tho Ksltlou of head tinln dis
patcher of tho K. C. W. fc N. W. railway at
A party ot three Including General Cobb,
Mrs. Amasa Cobb mid Mrs. J. D. Macfar
iaud, have gone to Now York to meet Mr. J.
I). Macfarlnud and Mr. O. M. Inuibcitou
when they arrive from Kuropo.
Mr. Fiauk A I my, Into of tho Alma & Big
low Electrical Supply company of this city,
was married to Miss Eva L. McRoyuoWs at
tho lu Ida's Iioiiii) near Ashland Tuesday,
Col, W. W, Wilson, Lincoln's most exten
sive foreign traveler, has returned from
nuother'Europcnn trip Just In timo to exenpo
quarantine nt New York.
Mrs. II, II. Wheeler nfter spending the
summer with relntlvvs in Bouth Butler nnd
other x)luts In Now York stnte, Is again nt
liome nt 1517 II street.
Misses Helen nnd Grace Burr. left last week
for Baltimore whvro they go" to enter tho
Notre Ihimo of Maryland for 11 year's courxe
Burlington ttcach trains on tho B & M.
have been dlscoutiued for tho season nud
will only Ik) run hereafter on stcolally stated
Miss Nelllo Post nfter n pleasant visit with
Miss Nettle Bruusou nud Miss Corn Outcnlt,
has returned to her homo in Columbus.
Mr. A. U. lleuwny, cashle, Rudge mid
Morris Co., left Thursday fur Rock Island
nnd imrtsenst on n trip of business.
Omnhu Excelsior: MlgiSollgsohn of Liu
coin is visiting relitlvesntSIO South Twenty
Mr, nnd Mrs. E. C. Babcock nro tendeily
housing n brand new daughter which an I veil
Edward Wessel visited his brother Iou
last Sunday nud returned Monday to Omaha.
Mr. W. Devoremix returned to his homo In
Victoria, B. 0., Monday.
Mjs. Kato II. Cheney, teacher of singing,
room 605, Brace block.
Mr. A. D. Kitchen and fumlly have re
turned from Colorado.
Mr. Abrul Cook left lust ovculug for
Washington, D. C.
Mr. G, W. Barnes left Monday for a bear
hunt in Wyoming.
Mrs. G. Adler ot Sownrd visited Lincoln
Mrs. J. C. Davis is visiting with friends in
Mr. John Gjttier Is visiting in Bulltor
noro. Miss C. J. Gullmette, modiste, Browne)!
Block, over Miller fc Paine. Complotu lino of
dress trimmings and linings. Tako elevator.
Nothing so nice for table use ns mlnera
water. Cook-llalley Grocery Co. have a
large Hue ot the most nourishing goods, In
cluding thu genuine lmorted Polllnarls Re
gent Spring fiom Excelsior Springs, Mo.
impoited Ginger Ale, etc.
100 ltewaid. taiOO.
The readers of this piqier will be pleased to
learn that there Is at least ono dreaded dlscao
that science has been able to euro In all Its
stages and that Is Calnirh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tho only positive cuio now known to
the medical fraternity. Citarrh being n con
stitutional disease, requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarih Curo Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood nnd
mucous surfaces of thu system, thereby de
stroying tho foundation of the diseiuv, and
giving thu patient stremtth by building up
tho constitution nnd assisting nature in doing
its work. Tho proprietor hnvo so much
faith in its curative powers that they offer
one bundled dollars for any case that it fails
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
I5T Sold by druggists, 75c.
Everything new nud toothomt and dell
clous nt tho Cook-llalley Grocery Co., 1218
O street. Pleasaut treatment low prices and
everything ns represented is the drawing
curd that is winning now trade constantly.
You can call up No. 43 and order by tele
phono It you wish.
Dr. FurnliHin Cures
blood, chronic, female, heuit, liver, lung,
nervous, rectal and skin diseases. Iloon.s
Nos. 14 and 15, Hlchards block.
K C Baking Powder, 23 ouuees 25 cent
Absolutely Pure. Havu you tried it
Osfld in Million of Homes 40 Year the StaudanL
He Drew the I.lue,
He played the races atl day long
With never falllnic real.
And lu tho noble Kama of draw
Much skill did ho reveal.
But when his wlfo entreated him,
In voice both IiIkIi and low,
To vlow tbe now church festival,
II said ho would nut go,
Clothier nnd Furnisher,
What Mm Doesn't Do.
Blio wears a vachlliiK suit of white.
And Ksrbcd In this, like Neptune's daughter.
Hho talks of "yacht" from morn till tilitut.
But doesn't go too near tho water.
-New York Herald.
Anil Ihejr Hud Only One Daibralta It.
It rained. Tho wind blew In fitful gusts.
A mutt nnd a woman emerged from n
doorway, glanced nt tho leaden sky nud
shivered. They hnd ono umbrella,
Shu nestled nearer to him.
"I don't tultiil It If you nro with mo.H
"Wlmt'M u wetting with my awcet Toot
sey by my side"
They Hturtcd. Ho held nloft tho um
brella ntidVtepped proudly.
It wtt tho woman who spoke. Hho had
Just discovered that ono of tho atccl ribs
above her wna sending a stream of water
Into the flower garden on her lint.
"Hero, you Jay. Let 1110 hold It."
With n vIcIouh frown sho Jerked tho um
brella from tho innn'a hand.
"Pity you don't know anything," she
It rained. Thu wind blew in fitful gusts.
Tho man and tho womnn ndvnuccd half n
block In fdlcuco.
It was tho man who ejaculated. Ho hud
found a rivulet of rain running Into his
Llko n Hash ho (matched tho umbrella
from her grusp.
"I'll glvo you aotuo pointers," ho growled.
It ruined. Thu wind blow In fitful gusts.
Thu limn nud thu woman proceeded twenty
"WIUjoii kindly hold that umbrella m
that a portion nt Icnstof tho water will not
run on my headf"
Sho wiih decidedly Icy about it.
"Hold it yourself If you can do any bet
ter." Ho was dodged.
"I'd rut her hnvo no umbrella."
"I'm sorry I married you."
"I'm going buck to ina'a."
"I'll c-catclt my d-d-death of cold."
She was wa.'.l-i-t hysterical.
"Just us yo.t li::c."
They parted in bitterness who hnd loved
devotedly. It ruined. Tho wind blow In
fitful gustH.- 1 1 1 colt Trlluine.
Drlggsj That was 11 iiiurvcloua escape of
Miss Neat font froi-i the lop lloor of a burn
ing hotel nt IlarUi r's reef, wasn't ltf
Griggs Why, how did hho get outf
Brlgga fjhu tied all her neckties to
gether nud reached thcf-routid without any
trouble Clothier mid Furnisher.
HetikltiK un Opportunity.
Ho I havo homcthiug to bay to you, but
there nro so many people In tho room I ua
afraid I won't have it chance.
She Walt a moment, and I will ask om
of tho young IiuIIch to play on tho piano.
Uarpei 'a liuzar.
"Not In It."
Down In tho urccn orchard, cool and shady,
A hammock swIukh dreamily to and fro.
And In It Is sltthu; the daintiest lady,
And by her side Is her summer boau.
Ills itlances with fond admiration aro laden;
Ho whispers his lovo In her wllllnir car:
Now, would you bcllevo It? That frivolotu
Onco listened to me In tbe sorno way last
Yes, listened nnd promised her love to me
And therefore I can't sny I relish this show.
Perhaps I'm a foul, but I feel rather lonely,
For I'm "not In It" today, don't you know.
Down In tbe creen orchard, cool and shady,
A hammook ulvcs way with a terrlblo crack.
Then all lu a heap falls tho dainty young lady,
And )ondcr her lover lies flat on his back;
Ills features a startled expression aro wearing,
His faultless attire bears many a stuln.
Ho' spitting out gravel and mentally swear
ing Ho nover will swlug In a hammock again.
And as for tho maid, she' the picture of sad
And as tor myself, 1 do nothing hut crow.
And Inwardly chucklo with satisfied gladness.
For I'm "not lu It" today, don't you know.
Mary (1. Ilccklo la Boston Transcript
We want many more looms for
teachers and students, both furnished nnd
uufnrntsliod 1001ns anil houses; wo will want
them SeptemlHi- ID, lb'.rj; cull at once nt the
owe.; of tho Western Normal College, rooms
1111 and llu Hr.uo building, and give loca
tion of Iioujs and looms, and prices asked
Tho B nit n Inkery Is
good wholtsomo bread.
Twelfth nud P streets.
the placu to get
Try It. Comer of
A now baby girl h is 00:11 j to tli t horn u of
Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Colin, 1007 P street. Tho
mother and daughter (ire doing well unit pa
pa niuy survive.
Miss Komi Frank has been In Chicago this
week to make n research of tho market for
pattern huts for the Famous, Miss Finnk
will return today. .
Invitations have been Issued for tho wed
ding of Miss Nanny Soderluud ii'id Itev. A.
II. Miller Wednesday oNonlug at thu Swedish
M, E. chuucli.
Is It not about tlmo for the dancing clubs
to oiguulzui October is already at hand and
Its certainly high time. Come boys, who'll
lo the first I
The Jewish society po iplo of L 1 1 il'i a re
looking forward to many plearaut evenings
this winter. A dancing club will soon ho organized,
ftertcn years of nrtlvo work with tho Musical Union Orchestra,
orOiiiahu, as Director, during which tlmo tho nbovo Orchestra fur
11'shed imisla for nil tho pronilnont events, soclcnll , theutrlcally, eto.
I coino to Lincoln to cngago personally In Orchestra business, frcllng
conildent that I can furnish Its cltlrons with tlio best of music nt any
and all times, hor terms nnd Information, call nt ofllcoof UAl'lTAL.
CITV CoUKtKli, U3I N Htrcet, or Telepliono 2M.
1 124 O
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Ware. Tinware, Wood
ware, etc. Big Stock of Toys, Dolls, etc.
That tins just been received for the Fall Trade at
THE RUDGE & MORRIS CO.,
Hardware and Furniture Leaders,
1118 to 1124 N Street.
ME Summer season is here
bonnets and Mowers on
that line, come in and
Step in and see for )ourself.
1 MILLINERY !
O Street. THE LEADER
I I "M
day from Eastern Markets.
ONE PROE TO ALU.
with the Display of
and we've got too many hats,
If you want anything
guarantee prices will
PRICES NO 0B1ECT
latest goods at sacrii
1 i tfi
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