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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER i, tog
POPULATION OP LINCOLN 65,000.
0rnr 10th and P ttnMtt.
cm try it In rue lino of Woolen
mid Uhnimcnblof Ilka, Hoslorr, Corsets,
Underwear, lllmrs, Hullons,
Agents for llutterick's Patterns
The CouniRii will not 1n rosKuslblo for
any debt mndo ly any ) I" It" ""''. "'
mm n written order aeconianle tho same,
Semi Annual Display of
PATTERN HATS AND
Next Wcducniny, Thursday nnd Friday,
September 21st, a mil niul 33.
You nro invited to call.
The Courier Cmt tin found At
fIotl Lincoln News Htnnd.
Windsor Hotel Nowi Htnnd.
Capital Hotel News Htnnd.
tied Dudo Ulcnr Htorn, 11KU O Htrcot
Kd. Young, VSSl O Htrcot.
Glaaon, Fletcher A Co.. 11M U Htrcot.
Moore's News Btnnd. IIS Houth llth Htrcot.
Oailno Clgnr Htore, llruco lllock, l&tli A O
W. R. DEMMIS & CO.
Local and Personal.
Whitebrenst Conl and Liuio Coninny.
Ik Barr, Jeweler, removed to 1110 street
Mann & IIaITm new pharmacy 1300 O street.
New locaUon, L. Barr, Jeweler, 1133 O St.
Dr. Ruth tt. Wood, Brace building, room
410, 411 and 412. IMO-t;
Archer, dentist, Brace block, over Merch
Coal and Lime
at the Whltebreast
Bampeon Bitten, artUtlo
liaB N street, over Dorsey'.
Archei, deatUt Flue gold and
workaqpojialty. Braoe block.
K O Baking Powder, 25 ounce for 25 cento.
Absolutely Pure. Havo you tried Itf
Call up phone 457 and order vour Sunday
ce cream of the new Bon Ton bakery.
Mm Anna Dick, Modiste, cor. llth & PsU.
over Lincoln (Savings bank, entrance on rat.
Mann & Hall's pharmacy make a specialty
of prescription work. Call at WOO U street.
The Whltebreast Coal and Lime company
U always at the front supplying the finest
grades of all kinds of coal
It is a noticeable fact that Cook-Bailey
Grocery Co. is dally becoming headquarters
for fine teas, coffees and spices.
Special orders for tine cakes, superb Ice
cream and Ices promptly delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No. 457.
Wild cherry wine is the most popular sum
mer drink In Lincoln. Ask for It. Made by
Lincoln Bottling Works. Telephone 440.
Finest lea cream in the city ant hand
somest refreshment parlors, at the Bontou
Foebler's old stand, Twelfth and P streets.
When you want first-class, pure and whol
sonio summer drinks for family use call up
teleptoue 440, the Lincoln Bottling Works.
Onlerv(or piano tuning left with Young
ttnU7?hlr, 208 south Eleventh street, will
rectsVv prompt attention by 8. C, Quick.
If'Jou want a suit made to order ut reas
enable prices see the new fall and winter
atterns at W ana maker 8c Brown' tailoring
agency, Y. M. C. A. building.
Coal of every site from the best mines
in Ohio, Kcctacky, Illinois, Missouri, Colora
do and Wyoming for sale by Qeo. A. Hay
mer. Telephone 300. Office 1134 O street.
It you will make it a point never to gat a
picture framed until you have teu the Lin
coln Frame & Art Company's goods, you
will always get the latest styles. Prices are
always the lowest.
Why have your horses feet butchered, have
ame horses and have them suffer t Take
them to Charlie 81attery's new shop, 410
South Eleventh street, and such will never
he the case.
Dr. Fambaiu Cures
tfhronlo diseases. Consultation free, Medi
else furnished at office. Office hours 10 to 12
a. ra 2 to 5 p. m., and 7 to 0 p. m. Sunday
To Trade For a Llitcolu Lot.
Will trade a block of good Hasting lota for
oent rally located residence lot in Lincoln.
Call or address L. Weasel Jr 1134 N street,
SSmA aw - r
Miss Mao Pltrgcrnld In In Chlcngo.
Mr. Hnrry Knig Is visiting In Lincoln.
Mm. l'mil Holm Is visiting In Chlcngo.
Tlio Pleasant hour club will soon rvorgnu
Mrs. Mnggln Hood and son linvo gone '
Mrs. Kiln llutlur loft Monday, for Memphis
Mis W. T. Brown left Inst week forn visit
Mr. V. W, Henry has gnno to Pittsburg,
Mr. nnd Mis. Will Wliltelluo left Tuesday
for Dallas, Texas.
Mr. W, I). Iluwloy stnrted Monday 011 n
trip t Sandusky, Wis.
Mr. J. A. Ilnrrls of Crestou,Jn., mndon
trip to Lincoln Inst week,
Mrs. Fishhack Is entertaining Mrs. K O.
Ilowuot Cleuwood, Iowa.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. O. Dtiuhniu dopnrtod
Monday for n visit In Iown.
Hev. nnd Mrs. U. (. Meyer left Monday
for a visit In Mnltlntid, Mo.
Mr. mid Mrs. A. (I. U-IT left for 11 visit to
friends in Illinois Thursday.
llon.d. M. LntuborUtoii nrrlvod homo Sun
dny from his Kuropenu trip.
Mr. Ilnrtrnui left Saturday for Oxford, 0
where he will spend hi vacation.
Mrs. (leo. Cook of Oiimlm win tlio guest of
Mrs. O. 11. Onktuy tlio past week.
Contributed society article nod iiersounl
always llud spneo In this deinrtiiiunt.
Miss Mnml llurr returned Hntunlny from
Illlholr, where sho Hieiit tho suiMiuur.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Comfort left Sunday
for n sojourn In the llocky mountains.
MIm Kittle Weston of llentrlco cimo up
Inst week to enter the State University,
Mr. nnd Mm. C.U. Uplinm nro sight-seeing
nnd enjoying Mountnlu nlr in Colorndo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Portor hnve gone to
Jacksonville, Klorldn, to spend the winter.
MIm Alice Hlgliter stnitod Krldny for Chl
cngo, whoio she goes to taken course of study
Mr. U'ln Orllllth nnd fnmlly spent 11 pnrt
of tho week ns guests of Judge und Mrs, A.
Miss Knthci lue Helves of Hnntn Ann, Cnl.,
Isn guest cf Mrs. W. 8. Bummer, Sixteenth
nnd ll streets. ,
Mr. Frank Zehrung nnd mother, nnd Mr,
nnd Mrs, P. J. Ureeu spent thuilny, Wendes
dny, in Oiiinlm.
Tho I, 0. 11. 11. (ludciendcut order ot Hilly
Boys) ure nrrouglug for u day party to tnke
place October l.lth.
Ml a. Alice Young, who tins been visiting
her father, Mr. 0. M. Carter, returned Mon
day U Caldwell, Kan.
Now that summer tourist trips have about
subsided, tho tide U nearly ready to move
southward for wlutertravel,
Mrs, Lou Weasel and daughter who have
been visiting at 8t. Joseph for the past ten
days, will return home Monday.
MIks Ida Uiinderson, who lias been visiting
Miss Klllo 8tceu for three- weeks, left Satur
day night for her homo in Chicago.
Miss May Clarko, who has been visiting
Miss Helena Law for several weeks, returned
to her homo in Council Bluffs Tuesday.
Miss Ada Caldwell left Moudny for Chi
cago whero sue will pursue a course of study
In tho designing class of the Art Institute.
, Mrs. T. C. Collier, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. A. K. Orllllth, for some time past, re
turned Saturday to her homo In California.
Ueorgo W, Fisher is In Now York pur
dialing new goods for his now store. Ho ex
pects to return homo during tho coming
The Washington tourists are returning by
every trnlu after u delightful visit to the
Nation's capital and the National O. A H.
Card parties will soon lie in order aguin.
In fact several are already announced for
next week and the card clubs are beginning
Mr. Sam Hich leaves for St. Louis tomor
row to lake In the Vailed Prophets and visit
with relatives. Ho will be in the Mlsssourl
metropolis about a week.
Friends of Mr, Will Huffman will be glad
to learn that he will not leave Lincoln at
present, but has beeu engaged by Mr.Ueorge
W. Fisher to remain until January 1st,
Kx-Oovemor Johu M, Thayer left last
Saturday for Massachusetts, whither he was
called by telegram announcing the serious
nines of his wife. Announcement of her
death appears elsewhere.
Mr. C. Y. Smith returned from Europe
Thursday. Ho came over with Mr. Frank
Hathaway aud other Liiicolultes several
weeks ago, but remained east to visit In
New York nnd 1 Boston before returning.
"Hi'ohardls himself again." It's a girl
this time and now thut he has a boy aud a
girl the wish of his life is fultllled. The lit
tle one arrived at the family ulxxle, corner
Sixteenth and P streets, Sunday about noon,
and all hands are doing well.
Miss Minn Brown, after a pleasant sojourn
of four weeks with her old kchoolmate, Mrs,
O, L. Maefarlaue, leturned to her homo at
Peoria, III., , Wednesday morning. Miss
Brown is highly pleased with Lincoln and
hopes to make a return visit this winter.
Curds have beeu received at this office an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Nellie, daugh
ter of Hon. and Mrs. Kdwaid How water to
Mr. Charles Stanford Elguttei, September
20th. Mr. and Mis. Elgutter will be at
home Hfter December 1st, at 3051 Pacillo
Mr. Jules Bel tero of St. Louis, who has
been enjoying the hospitality of his old time
friend Air. T. J. Illckey for past two weeks
1 etui tied home Wednesday, via Omaha, Mr,
Illckey accompanying him thus far home
ward. Mr. bertero pi lor to arriving at Lin
coln had been dolug Colorado and the west,
aud his trip entire lias been one of uuusuul
The Eutre Nous, a pleasuut card club thut
has lived through two seasons, ami is still in
existence, reorganized this week aud gave a
most delightful pic. ilc att Llucolu park,
thanks to the ludies who ' chaperoned the
crowd aud spread a most bountiful
repast Tho guesU aud members ;uro:
Mr aud Mrs H B Moore, Chut W Moxle, E
H 8iter, J B Hlggs, Chas Traphagen, H 1)
Steams, C II Budge, J II Mauritiout, J J
ailllle.11, Myron Wheeler, A T Usher, F A
Brown, Brand Mrs liouire, Misses Mary
Canlleld, Lulu Caufleld, Mary Stearns, Mr
Frank Everett, Mr Ed Barnes.
, 1 vis-
King her sister, Mis. PIif1m Paine,
Mr, Kd. I). IHkucII nnd fnmlly havo gouo
to Colorndo for n two weeks sojourn In tho
M. J. It. Iloulxnnd fnmlly lenvo today
for Portland, Oiegon, which will bo their
future plnce of resilience.
Mrs. (IcorgnCcok left Tuesday for Chlcngo
where she will sxmd the whiter with her son
Alfred, who Is nttcudliig business college
Mr. II, P. Lnu nnd fnmlly, who linvo been
spending the Inst thrco months, Innded In
New York on Monday. Thoy niu oxiceted
to arrive hero today,
Mrs. It. H. Jones left Mondny evening ti
Join her huslinlid III Colorndo, who has been
there some time for his health. They will
remain for nil Indellultu length of time.
Mi. John M. Htiiwml niul chlMicu, w' o
hnve been visiting In California dining the
summer, lelui lied Friday. Thoy wuie no
compuuled by Mr. Hlowart, who met them
Handsomely engraved wedding noles linvo
beeu Issued for tlio ceremony of Mr. Joseph
Hnrelette Bigger and Miss Carola Hill, which
takes place at the residence of Hon. .!. K.
Hill, October 12th.
Mis Perkins of Des Moines. In., formerly
of this elty, hns beeu visiting her Mstor, Mrs.
Hcrpolshoimer, and friends, the prist week.
She returned to her home W'eduewlny with
her husuund, who met her here Htiudny,
A Clintituuipin circle will be organized ut
the leslilenco of Hev, and Mrs, O. W, Kifer,
710 Noith Thirteenth street. Tuesday even
ing. All jH'rsons inleiested will be welcome,
and those not being nble to attend the meet
ing will kindly send their names to Mr. .
K. Hardy, ho thut thhey will lie em oiled.
The Congiegatlounl club held their llrst
meeting of the reason TueMlay evening ut
the First Congregational church. Supper
was served In the flirt part of the evening
after which Professois Ilruuuer, Taylor,
Caldwell and MIk Surnh Hurils, gnve in
teresting talk about their tiipi this summer.
Quite a sprinkling of Lincoln' fair daugh
ters will bo missed in social elides this win
ter, many of them being out of the city at
tending various temples of learning. Fol
lowing Is a few of them: Mlsre-i Mao Burr,
lluchel Brock, Kdnn Polk, Mario Marshall,
Lucy Orllllth, (Irace Burr, Helen llurr. Ona
Imholf, flrncoOnkley-nnd Clnrn IlucksUlf.
Chancellor and Mn. James II. Canlleld
tendered n reception to the faculty of the
uuivcridty Friday evening In honor of the
new members of the faculty, Professor and
Mrs. Adams, Misses Wilder, Conkllu, Jones,
Hal four, Freeman and Mr, Peterson, A
dainty lunch wns served during the evening.
A large number of the faculty were present
nnd nu enjoyable evening wns spent by nil.
Mr. Will Meyers, the efficient teller nt tho
Clermnii National bank, leaves tomorrow for
his annual visit to Quincy, St. Louis and
other eastern cities. It is not mfo to wnger
any lnrgo amount on Mr. Meyers' returning
with n brldo this time, since he hns ilisnp
niuted us on several similar occasions here
tofore It Is however but Justice to the
young man to add that if Mm. Meyers ac
companies him homeward, she will lie duly
Now for the social swim. Octolier I here
and tho fun will soon commence. Within
another mouth cold weather will be with us,
winter's merriment will bo commenced and
the cry of "on with the dance, let Joy bo un
confined," will soon be in order. Several
prominent debutants will shlno forth in so
ciety and many new faces both in male and
female form will be added to the chnrmed
circle. Several clubs are now in the prelim
inaries of organization nnd, all In all, the
coming season promises to tie most lively and
Tho Knt re Nous curd club nnd friends gave
n very enjoyable outing nt Lincoln park last
Friday afternoon and evening. The ladies
ot the arty were out to the pnrk early in
the afternoon and the gentlemen followed In
time for supper. This is the last ot a series
of picnics that this club has given during the
summer. The list ot those present com
prised Messrs. and Mesdames Ed Sixer, Chns.
Hoxle, Traphagan, 11. D. Stearnes, J. J.
Ollllnii, Dr. HouU.J.K. Hlggs, F. A. Brown,
C. H. Hudge, Mrs. Scolleld, Mrs. Mauritius,
Mrs. Tom Usher.
Tuesday evening, at the residence of Mr.O.
L. Maefarlaue, 1321 P street, a progressive
high five party was given In honor of Miss
Brown ot Peoria, Illinois. Among the guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Haldermnn, tho Misses
Campbell, Geary, Hnwksworth, Marka, Hat
tie Stewart, Grace WotOermau and Sadies
Lloyd; Messrs. George Woodward, Ode Hec
tor, Warren, White, M. Christopher, Over
street, Grubbs nnd Dr. Edwards. The win
ners of prizes were: Mr, tlildermau, gentle
man's royal prize; MUs Geary, Indies' royal
prize; Mr. Warren, gent's booby prize; Mis
Hawksworth, ladies' booby prlz). It was a
delightful affair in which host, hostess aud
guests shared the pleasures.
It Is with no little amount of pleasure that
the Couhikh calls tho attention ot its renders
today to a most Interesting new department
which appears in this Issue for the first time,
"Art Topics" will hereafter lie a regular fea
ture, and we extend the use ot its space to
each and every, one interested in the great'
and growing Held ot art. Lincoln has stead
ily climbed upward iu this beautiful accom
plishment until todny It has u very large cir
cle of admirers and students. But a few
years ago we were comparatively without
lovers ot art, but as thn city grows, so also
dos the desire for knowledge In all things
that tend to elevate humanity. The Couhi
kh recognizes in this city a vast field for work
In this line and if it cull be of any service in
advancing the cause it will be only 100 hap
py to extend a helping hand. The depart
ment will be under the suervisiou of "Miss
Nancy," a persoe thoioughly cnpable to con
duct the work. Contributions, news uotts
or anything ioi tabling to tho advancement
of art will be thankfully received and duly
noticed. Addiess nil contributions to "MUs
Nancy," care of this office.
Mrs. Mary Miner of Monmouth, III.
Ottd in Million of Hornet
A very enjoyable opera party wns given nt
tho Lansing theatre one evening last week,
comM)setl of Misses Marguerite Knulish,
Omcm Pel kins, Corn Tnlbot, Kllle Bteon,
rlnicrnncd by Mrs. Frank Perkins of Des
Tho CouitlRH hns Just received too Into for
the press this week, n long but Interesting
letter from "Chlcngo" In which that pleasing (
writer reviews run or Air. dinne rroninnns
latest plays, "The Councillor's Wife" In n
gosliy mid most congenial manner, It will
find space In our next Issue.
A very pleasant Informal outing wns given
nt Ilurlluglot. bench last Hntunlny evening
In honor of Miss Ida Oundersou of Chlcnuo.
Dancing wns Indulged In until n Iain hour.
Those picHeut. weie Mlses Ida (luudersoii of
C'hlcigo, NoinHtren of Wnhoo, KilIoHteen,
(liaceniiil (lertiude Altklus, L'llle Hoover,
Maine Million, Ienn I Jin, May Clnrk of
Omnliii, draco Perkins, Corn Tnlbot, Mar
gllerlte Kngllsh; Messrs. Johnson, Wnlte,
Howey, Weckbn:k, WnUh, Painter, Coin
stock, Mendes of Chicago, Yntes, Woods,
Franco nnd Chns. Mullen, The pnrty wns
chaperoned by Mrs. Frank Perkins of Des
On Hntunlny morning when the nuxiously
looked for mnll carrier conies around nnd
lenves In the huiids of tho subscribed, Ihe
Capital City Couhikh, tho first thing thut
Isdone Is tounfol I the ostentatious butdlgn!
Ilcd sheet to the eighth pnge, and look over
the doings ot the dear people for tho past
week. When It Is found that there are hut
very few events chronicled, he wonders
what In the matter that there Is not morn
news In this anit pf the paer. But please
1 ('member that In such weather as we are
now enduring, that there nro nctunlly no
events to disclose. No one wnnls to given
party In this hot, iliy, dusty weather, oven
If anyone has ambition ciriugh to attend it
party. He would piefer to stay nt home
wielding 11 palm-leaf, and wishing ns Hnmlet,
that HiIh "too, too solid tlesh might melt."
None of the card or dancing clubs hnvn re
organized for the winter, Tho season for
out lugs, picnics and summer enjoyments Is
over. Just this week the Burlliutou Bench
closed a successful nnd prosperour sensou,
and nru now beginning many Improvements
nnd advancements to be In readiness for the
next summer. his month may bo said to
bo tho coiiini'tlng link between the summer
gaieties ami the winter festivities, the calm
lieforu the storm. If wo can bilbo any of
our subscribers, ut' mid, of course, to give
11 pnrty Just now, wo shall promise to write
it up, nnd describe your costume iu good
Tho following has been sent to the C'OUIlllMl
for publication: "Lincoln Is a city of schools
mid education nud the people nro Interested lu
improvement, ns shown by the rapid increase
of Chautauqua work. A few years ago Chau
tauqua work ninde n small beginning, start
lug with one clrclo and few members. Year
by year tho list of membership hns Increased
nud interest deeencd until now there nro
over 11 hundred nud fifty members nud six
circles. The Hall In the Grove Is a clrclo
composed ot Chautauqua graduates. They
nro making n seciul study of American
history. The officers nre: Mrs. P. M. Davis,
president: Mrs. A. 8. Metcnlf, secretary.
Tho Capital City clrclo Is the largest of the
regular circles, having held meetings for two
yenrs. Officer are: Mr. C. W. Starling,
president; Miss Amber Illchanls, secretary.
Columbian circle Is tho name ot tho new cir
cle that was organized In South Lincoln last
Wednesday with about twenty members,
illcemnre: Mr. W, C Huugiiigton, presi
dent; Mr. V. W. Wilcox, secretary. Tho
Lowell circle is a smnll ciicle organized last
year. It furnished a toast master for tho
Union banquet. Mr. W. E. Hardy Is presi
dent, and Miss llattle Curtis secretary. The
East Lincoln clrclo was organized lut year.
They met Inst evening to reorganize, with
favorably prospects for another successful
yenr. The Iookforward clrclo nt.tlie state
penitentiary wns organizod three years ago,
aud Is lead by Chnutauipinres of tho city. A
movement tins been set on foot to organize a
circle in which Hv. O, W, Fifer Is the
leader. W. E. Hardy, tho state reuretary,
will gladly furnish Information in reganl to
Death of Mrs, VautlerherK.
Monday at the home of her son, Henry C.i
in the Kennard block, 324 South Twolfth
street, Mrs. Joeephine Vanderberg, at the
age ot 50 years and 10 months breathed her
last, cancer being the cause of her tleath.
She leaves a son, an only child to mourn
tier loss. The service was performed accord
ing to the rites ot the Catholic church and
the body laid to rest in the Catholic cemo
tery. Mrs. Vanderberg had been a resident
ot Lincoln for nearly a year, most of which
time sho was an Invalid and suffered much.
She had the constant care and loving kind
ness of a devoted son, who tenderly nursed
bar until the angel of death '.relieved her
from further ain nnd trouble. The young
man has the sympathy of many friends in
this, the hour of sad affilctlon and trial.
Oinnlia's Leading lintel.
The Paxtou hotel, for eight years under
tho management ot Kitchen Bros., has again
paused Into their hands nnd is now being con
ducted in the same excellent manner that
gave the houre Its renowned reputation years
ago. Mr Ralph Kitchen, who is well known
iu Lincoln and throughout tho state, hav
ing fonnerly had the management of the
Cnpilnl hotel lu this city, has the ninnuge
incut of the Puxlon, Liiicolultes and Ne
binsknus in general will flue the Paxtou ful
ly iu keeping with the lending hotels of the
country nud n most excellent place to stop
ut while iu Omaha.
K C Unking Powder, 2.1 ounces for 23 centc.
Absolutely Pure. Have you tiled itf
Hotullug, tlie O street grocer, havinsg
bought the stock of groceries formerly owned
by II. II. Lohui at 1&I7 O street, says he is
going to treat his trade as he always has
i iglit, but the people must not expect sliver
dollars for OOo nor twenty pounds of graiui
luted tugnr for t, us ho hub no cheap stu IT
to woi k olf with such ilea Is. Stole Is nt 1837
O, in charge of Floyd Hotulluf,
40 Years the Standard.
Haven't You Seen
New Gloves Yet?
tumlc of the best French Kid, niul liked ever so much for its beau
1023 O Street.
In your llttlo memorandum book, nud
1 124 O
Cash Millinery House
Wo show nil tho Newest Htylcs nnd Novelties In tho Market.
Our assortment' of Infants' and Children's Hcndwrnr Is very comploto.
11.311 buys 11 Decorated Htnnd I -amp, bisque Mulsh, No. 3 burner.
Wo havo soinu splendid values ut I,W, 11.811 and $2,25-see them.
Just opened Fifty barrels of new Glassware.
Boo our lino of Work nnd Lunch Baskets. '
Largest Dept. Store on 0 St
For Pure Ice Cream and
Delicious Fresh Oysters I
The Bon Ton
Geo. Meiofeirleire, Propr.
BHKERY & CONFECTI0N8RY
Coll'ee and Light Lunches at all Hours
When compared with the Display of
That has just been received for the Fnll Trade at
THE RUDGE & MORRIS CO..
Hardware and Furniture Leaders,
1118 to 1124 N Street.
Five Per Cent, on Deposits
LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK
AND SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
S. E.Cor. t Ith and P Streets
Boxes to Rent in afe Deposit Vaults.
HKNIIY K. LKWIH, Prcsldont A. P. H. HTKWAHT, Vice-Pros. IMvELOU, r
If not, cnll nnd Inspect them, nnd ou will sec tlicy excel any
thing ever shown in Lincoln.
Wc cnll special attention to our
when you go down street, look for
12 Oa P Street.
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