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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY NOVEMBER iy 1892
Tlio l'lomnut Hourcluli gave their opening; '
pnrty at Hotel Lincoln, Friday ovenlnp, nml '
whllo the lait week's CouittKH was being '
cround out on tlio piesws tliu merry nssein-
tilnfrit urns mitiivlmr till! ihtlllflltf 111 PYprnttttt flf I '
tho entrancing terplchorem nrt. Tho Inl-1
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tlal party took the form of a reception to Mr. '
niul Mrs. Clinrles 1
Hill, Whose IIUMIIClOUtf
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nuptials worn but recently announced.
Shortly afterwlKht o'clock thouests begun to
assemble; the dancing ball, parlors nml re
ception roonu wero thrown open, nml with
beautiful anil artistic costumes made brillliiut
by numerous electric lights, a most dazzling
scene of beauty wns presented to tho eye.
The music of Irvine's crchestru coming from
the south end of the large dining room,
entrancing, and th dancing I
unusually fast. About mid-
was never more
program passed unusually
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all did full justice. The premiums, com. , Uaww. Geo Mehiwr, Lew Marshill, W Mor
posed of twelve numbers, were dainty illiln, tail Smith, Mansfield, Phil Wing, Walsh,
being whit emils edged with gold. Purtlc I 0ciir tunke, Harry Kruze. t rank Hatha
..i.n ,..,i..in.. i- .i m Mr v. r. Zlr. . way. V C Howe, Matt Baldwin, Frank
rung, the master of ceroinonles, who, ns
usual, by his tact and skill made everything
pass pleasantly and uffordeil everyone a most
enjoyable evening, dancing beltix Indulged
in until Saturn's day "stood tip-toe on the
mountain top," when nil repaired happily to
their homes. Tho costume wero handsome
and many novel and uiiliiue.
Mrs 0 K Ilnll, tlio honored guest, re
ceived In n beautiful gown of white
satin, cut ileeollctte, en tralna; dliiiiioml or
nnmonts, white ltpioiri,glovuniind fan. Hho
carried u largo bouipiet of whlto roses.
Mrs. II f Hull, black lace over lihiulc silk,
black slippers and ulovcs. Hod roxes.
Mrs (ico llrowu, black Inco decolletto, red
slippers, cloves nml fan.
Mrs Frank Ilrown, black silk with laco
trlmiiiliiKs, en traluo, yellow llowers,
Mrs lluekstatf, pale gray wool, embroidered,
en trnlno, with slippers anil gloves to corres- ,
"r. Iir Ladd, heavy white satin with court !
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Mrs HWer.'wIilto silk, decolletto and en
trnlno, white shoes and ulovcs, diamonds.
Mrs Ilajileu, a beautiful combination of
pink and gray silk, with shoes, fan nud glorcs
Mrs It I) Mulr, cream slllt with gold trlm
mlngs, i;nld shoes and gloves, diamonds.
Mrs Llpplni'ott, black silk with luce mid
ribbon trimmings, gloves and hm to match;,
Mrs M W Folsoni.UvouUorsIlk trimmed In
lavender, netting and ribbons, decolletto with
Mrs II K King, heavy cream satin, on traluo,
'with gloves, shoes and fan to match.
Mrs Jas Cunnlnnliani, whlto wool with ullo
green velvet trimmings, green gloves, fan iiuJ
Mrs Van Dusou, lavender silk, en trnlno,
whlto shoes, fan and gloves, whlto roses and
Mrs Llout. Ilounott, combination of hollo
troposllk and velvet, with gloves and slippers
Miss Ollvo Lntta, pink silk trimmed In pnlo
green brocaded satin, round neck, pink slip
pers, fan nud gloves, carried pluk roses.
iiiiiiii iuiiiiii iiukni niuiu nnniivi rt Mint hiui vni i
Miss Anna Kunke, .white dotted mull, en i
tralnc, whlto slippers and gloves, carried ,
largo bouquet of white chrysanthemums. I
Miss Fay Marshall, an elegant gown of,
heavy oream satin trimmed profusely In
bends il'iirgcnt, decolletto, cream slippers,
gloves anil fan, cream roses,
Miss English, nllo green wool with Bulil
liiiiiilmia itliminllil lllimtinillu
trlmmlnus, diamond ornaments
Miss Talbot, pale blue silk with whlto
bon trimmings, whlto shoes, emeralds
MIks Mnud Hurr, pluk silk with black trim
mings, black slippers nud gloves, pearl orna
ments. MIks Martha Kunke, lavender silk, diamond
ornnments,decolictto with gloves, shoes und
lun to correspond.
Miss Underwood, whlto China silk, docol
lette, en trnlno, with whllo shoes nud gloves,
Miss Dol'ue, white silk with hue trim
minus, en trnlno. white uloves and slippers.
Miss Huby Jones, a handsome gownotuoep
pluk silk, decolletto, diamond ornaments,
Miss Hoover, pink silk, decolletto, en tralne,
pink slippers mid gloves.
Miss Hooper, dulleato lavender crepo do
cheno, with red gloves, Ian, shoes and roses.
Miss Covwlery, Unlit blue silk with whlto
laco trimmings, white slippers und gloves,
Miss IxximlB. yellow silk under cream lace,
high corsago with black trimmings.
Miss Nolllo Mullen, (lowered China silk
deiollette, with cream slippers mid gloves.
Miss Covert, black netting over pink silk
with ribbon trimmings.
Miss Hawley, whlto China silk, on traluo,
round nook, whllo slippers and glovos.
Miss Walsh, whlto silk, decollette, shoos
nud gloves to match, diamond ornaiiients.
Miss llaum, beautiful combination of blauk
and yellow, jeiuiw roses,
Miss Carson, llitht green crepe with cream
gloves and slippers, diamonds.
Mini .Shears, pale yellow crept) Willi whlto
trimming, deeollelte, en t nil no.
Mips Clark, combination of lilim and llutt
silk, dccolletti', diamonds.
Miss Mutioflclil, lavender silk with white
crepe trlrunilnk'S loin? lavender Kloves, white
shoes nml whlto roses.
Miss llerllo Hurr, pink silk, docollctto, en
tral no, (link rotes, diamonds.
TI10 following Is n llt of thco presunt:
Mo-his. nuil Mesdnmes C B Hull, II J Hull,
O V U(ld. J A Iluokstiiir, K I) Mulr, O K.
K K Hiiyilen, C 8 I.lppincott. J II
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lliirbi.p if I Imtilui Miiiwlli'lil of IVorla. Ni'l Mil
lluuuiof Omaha, Htiuy Jones, lliilll.t Hooper,
Amy Covert, Lulu Clurk, Dona Loonils,
Anna Fimke, Martha Kunke, Jetinlu Under
wood, Minnie DePue, Olive Iittu, Cora Tal
bot, Margerltte Bngllsh, I.lllle Hoover, Mnud
Uurr, Fnnnlo Hawley, llertle Hurr, Alice
Cowdery, Claia Wo Mi, Nellie Mullen, Lula
Hhearj and Maine Cdrxoii. Messrs. II T
Westernmn, Geo U oods J J Pendilug, 1- G
Zehnmg, O D Mullen, Clina L Hurr. 1 rank
M uurr. uuas uawiey. jLnor iuumeii. s
Last Saturday evening tho young gentle
men of the 1'hl Delta Thotu fraternity
guve an Informal reception In honor of
visiting Phis from the Stnto University of
Kansas, who came up to see tho foot-ball
gnino played Saturday afternoon. Tho
I early pin t of the evening was p issed in de
llghtt'ul conversation pleasantly varied by
an liiformnl piogiam of music. Miss Ham
I moiid nud MIks Hlfser each rendered a
I hoaiitlful selection on the piano, Mr. Illg-
ins, of Kansas. uuiUHed the company hugely
with two humorous rucltitlous and n bong,
and Mr. Jones, nccompauled by MIsm
(Irljrcs. wing "Ijove Old Sweet Wong,'
cliuriiiinir his hearers with his rich sweet
voice. After pimple refreshments, served
(,.. the young men theimelves, dancing wus
i,l(ii(l-ot In on the floor or tho large hall,
cnvasscl for the occasion II ; ut "Uw .next
day ns Sunday" nud twelve o clock
brought the festivities to a do.'. Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. Welch acted ns chaperons and
contributed much to the enjoyment of the
occasion. Those present wero Misses
' llder, Scuthoiii, Treemon, Oroh, Ilurkes,
Jennlo Underwood, Mnry Umlernooil,
Hroady, Oiiggs, Hammond, Kisser, Snyder
of Mt. Pleasant, In., Jury, lau, Kuymoml,
Heibchoy und Foi enee Winger. The gentle
men "weio MebH. Hlgglns, Holmes, Le
Nanl, Uillesiio, T, IniNanl, and McMasters,
all of the University of Kiinsns, Weston of
Heutilce, Palmbr of Omaha, Klcketts, M.
Westernian, J, Westermiiu, W. Westonnau,
Montmorency, Oulhnette, Lyman, Jones,
Nusz, Fiunsworth, Hiiggard, Welch, Wing,
Knymond, Pillsbury, Klliott, and Hotzol,
Mr. ami Mis. It. 1). Stearns entertained a
cougeiilul couipauv of friends at Ulgh live
Wediii'Mlay evening at thtlr pretty liome D
and Seventeeiilh streets. The houto wns
very prettily deconit.'d throughout with
loses mid clirjsaiithomums. Everything
wus niinnged witli a vlow to the pleasure
and convenience of the guests, and all truly
enjojed themselves. A toothsome repast
wns set veil In the middle of the evening.
Mrs. Frank Hrown who proved horwilf to lie
the most skillful lady player of the evening
carried uwuy a handsome Wedgewood olive
dish us a monument of her skill. Mr, Hen
tol) fur )til prondonoy in the art of mmlpu
laiingcaids, received a hammered sliver
match sale mid whist counter, After play
ing wus llulshed it cuko containing a conso
lation prize wus cut und eacli guest received
it piece. Mrs. llelwig, much to her delight,
found the pi tee, a silver oueu!r spoon, in
her portion of cuke. Those present weio
Messrs und Mchdumes 12 K llrowu, HuckstulT,
O M Thompson, Frank llronn, llulbuit,
Hlgnell, Oeo Hrown, Hoiilon, Wheeler, Tiup
liagen, Klggs, Stiode, It H Mooie, Davis,
Helwlg, Kwiiig, Dr Hillings, Mist Delhi
Hculleld, Mr J K Knox. Mr Hiishuoll und
A cougeiilul couiNiuy of fi lends gathered
at the homo or Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Duhl
Filday, which wus tlio twenty llftli unnlvor
siiry of their wedding. Tho evening was
very pleasantly spent In social Intercom so.
A delliihtful supper was served. At a late
hour the guests, departed leaving behind
them many vuhmblo presents to ox i ess their
good wishes and ruugrutulutioiis. Tiiosj
pieseutwero Mess'and Mosd lines Husterduy,
riohus, Hanson, Cllsteiiseu, Kilckseu, Wilton,
JoIiiimiii, Jliadt, Kussiiiusson, Uioti, Hister
ilny, Misses Ktstei day, Kinney, Mis. Uiau
dall, Messis Fiiucke, .lesu, Hancock,
Kchmldt. Heverul of the gueU weiMfioui
out of the city.
t Iku Mtiii.l.i 1 limiiiiniiil ftieii it vitrv ill
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llghtful Intoiinal pui ty ton number or her
university friends Inst evening, Tho lime
as spout In can I playing and dancing.
Dainty refreshments were solved to which
all the guests did nmplo Justice. Tho even
lug pinwd unusually fmt to MIhm Jo
TiM'iunii, Mnttln Hutchinson, Nolllo Coch
rane, Stella Klrker, Lrim Denrese, Mnry
Jones, Iluulo (Jelinu, Mnttlo Htiiks, Cluin
Hiiinmond, Huminors. M.ssrs, Julius
Westernian, Tom Wing, Dnn Wing, James
Cnnllcld, W. II. Wynn, I.nn roucu Pills
burg, A, K. Uulleitu-lte, Clins. Jones, Will
Hnmmond nud Montmorency.
Mr. mid Mrs. Mno Finland enteitnlned n
whist club Wiilnislay evening nt tlitr
sjhu'Ious trsldeiico on South Poui'tcentli
stieet. 'Ihn club Is newly oignulrod this
winter nud whllo II has gone through Villi
the formality of nil nt gaiilatlou yet It can
not boast of any rules or even of n name.
The club Is delightfully lufoiiual, mid Is
hem illy enjoyed by tho inomU'is all of
whom ntn lovers or whist. Those pieseut
wero .Micsik. nud Mesdames H. V Holmes,
A, S. ltajumuil, Will llieeu, Kd (Ireeu,
Flunk Hall, (lliriu Jaiison, HiiiImiii Iiuhnir,
II. A. Lipplucott. Miss Jiannetto Wilson
nud Mr. Frank Cook.
Miss Mutllda Friend wns given u delight
ful surprise pally Tuesday evening at her
homo on Nineteenth stieet. About eight
o'clock n number of friends us-emblisl ut
the house and after making themselves at
home nud nriauglng things generally the
honored guest who, by special rrniuge
moid, had been invited out, was sent for and
the picuMiics of the evening were vigorously
311 ton d into. Charades, cauls, and ro
fifslimctits occupied the principal part of
the evening. I ho nlHilr wns gotten up In
honor of Miss Friends birthday anniversary.
Mr. nml Mrs. 11. M. Klco very pleasantly
entertained a number of their friends at a
dancing pirty Friday evening at their cosy
lionio on J stieet. All enjoyed themselves
Lugely. Tempting refreshments were sei visl
which added to the pleasure. Those pieseut
were Messrs and Minimum Dillon, Hale,
Tiffany, Tutlle, Spencer, Lyons, Knton,
Mellck, Smith, WIckerHhum, Dyer, McDon
ald, Meer, llarlier, McCaudlms, Mlses
Voung, llowers, Sliavv, Lucy unit Lottie
Fulton, Messrs Sulshury, Hose, (luy Hale,
How It mid Kelm.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Moore entertained tho
Hop Mf club with a few fi lends Tuesday
evening ut their spacious homo on F street.
Pleasure reigned Mipiume tlnoiighoiit tliu
evening. dimming refresh men In were
served at tho card tables, thus lidding to the
pleasuieof all. Those present worn Messrs
ilml MoMliiintti T 11 Henton, .Murk Tlllon, F
W Helwlg, Warren Stearns, Ilrown, Patrick,
OM Tliomiisoui Cul TliomiiMin. llulbuit.
Hlllineier, Kerfor, Cowdery, Mrs Cantleld
and Mr Kverells.
Tho Levata whist club held its initial
meeting of tho season it the hnuie of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Davis, 'J12., A stieet, Monday.
Tills opens the seventh season or the club
and every member wus pieseut. Skillful
games f whist wero played the Hrstpurtof
the evening, after which nil elaborate supper
wus wived. The w hist players were Messrs
ui.d MttHlniiira A W Field, A 11 Weir, U T
Hoggs, 1 W Lansing, W 15 Klrker, J J Ollll
lun, F A Ilrown, W A Lindloy, Waugh,
Will Hoggs. Osgood und Miss Hoggs.
The F street club will be entertained this
evening by Mrs. C. It. Manning. The usual
high live will be played und tempting re
freshments will be olfered ns a diversion.
A pleasuut evening Is anticipated by Messrs.
and Mesdaine F. A. Hrown, Holms, Hutch
ins, Clark, Helwlg, Swan, Mills, Warren,
Sawyer, Typling, Cnsobeor, lllbnor, Hauls.
Miss Gertie Aikeus, Miss Grace Aikeus,
Miss Furstand Mr. Woodbury.
Mr, Edward Wessol and Mr. K. Hlrch o
Omaha were Sunday visitors this week In
Lincoln. The Kgau banquet at the Hotel
Lincoln Monday evening will be the IliicHt
uiralrof the kind ever given in this city.
Arrangements for a very elaboratj spread
are being made and tlio committees uie ar
ranging ii most uttiuctive progiam. Outers
for nearly two bundled covers have 'ihcudy
beeu tin unged lor. '
Mrs. Mary K. Van Uiuntuud Mrs.Hutgors
Van Hi nut entertain a number or ladles
Wednesday afternoon. Tho Invitations
read, "A Harvest Hunt," mid have uroused
the curlousity und Interest of the ladies who
were foitunato euotigli to receive uu In
Vltutlou. It will lie u uniituu entertainment.
Ileautlful souvenir spoons mo now being
given to new subsoil lurs to tlio CouillKlt.
Present subscilbeiH uiuy ulo secuie one of
menu uaiiiisume pi emiunts ny paying u yenr
in advance und arrears, if any. These are
not cheap trashy "poous, but just tho same
us jenelcis soil fur $J or nioio.
Mrs. F. W llelwig very agreeably enter
tallied some ti lends ut dinner Salurday
evening in honor of her sis tots, the Misses
Altken. Govern weio laid for twelve and
a splendid dinner served. The remainder or
tho evening passed very speedily with cards.
Mr. und Mu. K. Ii. Oakley were at home
toil company of trleuds Wednesday even
ing. Pi ogrcsiivo high llvq wus pru ed and In
terest waxed high. Mr. K. U, Hi own and .Mis.
Clias. Hi own vveiu declared the mo.it skilllul
pluyers. All pieseut enjoyed themselves.
Mis.-rs. Flunk Zehiuug, A. (1. Heesou und
K. J. Gieeii leave tuuioriow tor Chicago and
Laluyette. They expect to letuiu In ubout
ten days uccouip inled by Mrs. llessnian and
Mrs. Uieeu who have beeu visiting iu La
luyette. Mis Paulino Mayer of New York and
Mrs. Schlessiuger of Kinporia m rived
Wcduesduy fioni the east unit are visiting
at the homo or their brother, Mr. Clius.
Muyer, tllll South Eleventh stieot.
Mr, J. A. Dorsey's Micrillco sale of ladles'
under w ai e, udveitised on this page, will
ceitaiuly ultruct the attention of our fair
leaders. Tho advertisement Is ceituiuly
worth I calling.
Sorosls held mi iuteicstlng meeting Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mis. Hodg
man, Mrs. Mutito Ied the meeting witli u
discussion on "A Century of American
Mrs. I. Hrurks will entoitaln u company
of fi lends tills afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Schlessiuger of Kinporia and Miss Pauline
Mayer of New oik, two visiting sisters.
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Cochiauo nud Miss
Nolllo Cochrane me iu Omaha today,
Absolutely Pure JustTIiyIt.
a Great Sale
Seventy-five Feet of Over-Taxed Fixtures Go Down
35c Vests and Pants,
50c Vests and Pants,
75c Union Suits,
00 Wool Vests and Pants,
50 Wool Union Suits,
J. A. DORSEY,
Miss Nellie Morgan was tho victim of a
Jovial surprise party which wns successfully
given at her home 151 I) street Thursday
evening. Miss Morgan wns atlendlllg a
class nt tho night school und on harv 'return
uhoiit nine n'clo-K found u scjro or more of
her friends In waiting. Curds mid tmislu
made the time pass very pleasantly nud It
wns not until after midnight thrt the iu
vaders took their loivo. The party was
comprised or Misses May nud Angle O'HIiun,
ICittlo nud I. Illlo Klyuii, Maggie mid Minnie
rCelly, Mollln Djau, May Kra.ler, Htella and
Nolllo Morgan. .Mrs. Annie Thompiu.
Messrs H iy King. I.uto Morse, V. A. Mo
Oulston, H. Wluslow, .1. Kloiuor, V. .Mills,
Ora Ward, .1. Daws I). Nightingale, V.
Richardson, (loo. lliuke, Tom lllordiu, .1.
Kmllli, A. (loHsellu and K. Kelly.
Mr. nud .Mrs. II, II. Newman, iiiiisn und
liahy, are guests of their parents, Mr. and
Jim. I). .Nomn.'in, who nro at present renld
lug with Mr. Henry Hartley, 171 I . street,
the Newmnii residence lielng under nipalr.
Mr. nud Mrs. Newman will he pleased to
welcome their friends whllo In the city.
The principal event or tho week among
young society people Is Hen Hur. Nearly
two hundred of Lincoln's prominent young
insiplu have tukeu part In the production,
which, including tonight, will mike live
Curds have heen received 111 tho city an
nouncing the marriage of Mist Jessie
Kt-telle Hnively to Mr. Joseph Clnggett
Hencrest which is to take place Tuesday
evening tho 'Jttli at Hhady Urovo, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Uurr gavii a dinner
pwty Thursday evening to a iiumhcr of
friends. An elegant dinner was served after
which the remainder of the evening wus
spout with cards.
Tho editorial department of tho CouillKlt
urder the title or "Town Talk" which has
apKared on our Hist page will hereafter ho
found on page four, which will be known us
Mr. and Mrs. It. O'Neil will ho at home
Wednesday evening to a iiiuuhor of Invited
friends when a snou o'clock tea will ho
eujiivod followed liy ugiimeuf cuds.
Mrs. John McClay entertained a few
rrieiids ut dinner Tui'iliiy evening In hunoi
or the birthday mmiveisary or their sou.
Covers wore laid for six.
Mr. mid Mrs. Hmly Kehlueuder will enter
tain a company of fi lends Tuesday evening,
u phantom party being the ultructloii.
Mrs. (leorgo Alton accompanied by
Misses Vine and Hello Alton left Tuesday
for a visit iu Colorado Hprlug.
Mrs. P. V, M. Raymond visited Omiihii
Thursday and uttoinlod tlio Ax)llo club con
cert ut Ho) ds in the evening.
Pay up your subscrli tlou a jear iu ml
vunce mid gut one of our beautiful souvenir
sMions free of charge,
Mrs. Oeo. O. Ill-slur left Tins lay fur
Cameron, Mo. to visit with her sister Mis.
Mis. W. A. Kuyder returned homo Mon
day after a pleasant week's islt with rela
tives Iu Omaha.
The South Lincoln CluuiUiuipjii circle was
entei tallied by Mix W. A. l.iudley U'clnes
Dr. F. , Tucker is eiiteitaluiug Mr, and
Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Ueoigo Pratt of Hast
ings. Mr. W II. KhilichofHt. Joseph, brother
of Mis. L. Wessel, Jr. is visiting In Lincoln.
The lion lloinio cooking club was enter
talnisl by Mis. C. A. Keith last evening.
Mir 8 Ktiie, 'J'J-18 Holdrego street, euU-r-tains
her friends Wednesday evening.
Miss Kali Hawley is eutertuiuing MUs
Kutherlue Darker of Omaha.
Mrs, A. N, Wiight dep-irted Tuesday for
MUs Leila Shears spent the week with
friends in O.ualm.
Miss Then Laws expects to leave Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs, It. K. Misiro entertained a
luige iiuiuber ol fi lends last evening.
Mrs. Kva Ilarnwell depnrttxl Thursday
for a visit iu Pittsburg, P.
A cui loud or new Colorado potatoes just
iccclvcd ut Cook Rally Oroeory com puny 's.
They won't lust long. Also a carload of Hue
Cook Ilailey llrocory company aie heud
(pun tern for delhcnteNeii and Hue goods.
r.r.jAauci acq. kahsaj citv.mo.
K GREHT HIT
wc arc. making
If they arc not the lilt of the season, no season ever had a lilt. Hotter than the best
you can't have, hut if It's the host you are after, that's just whero tliev come In. Thejr
are at the top nud there's nothing else near them for the money or for more than the
money. It is sensible to put money in your purse, hut it Is anything but sensible U
keep It there when for
lO, SIS OIES $515
You can get one of the finest, well made nnd finely tullored OVKR0OAT3 to be had
not only for the price, but for three or four dollars more.
Our Men's and Boys' Suits
Will also please you In quality and price. We cannot tell you nil about them now,
call nnd see them ut the
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE,
. Corner Tenth and O Streets.
Funke's Opera House
One Entire. Week--8 Performances!
Six Nights, Thanksgiving and Saturday Matinees
Commencing Monday, Nov. 21st,
Return Ungagcmcnt of the Favorites,
'"SSriSS- Miss ETTA REED
The opening bill, Monday evening, will be Mr. Payton'.. great Success, entitled
in which Is rim a patriotic sentiment, cqnulnlng trong dramatic work throughout.
On the opening night one lady and a gentleman, or two ladles will be admitted on
a 30 cent reserved scat ticket. Prices for the entire engagement
10, 20 and 30 cents. Matinee prices io'and 20 cts.
Ac I RE you
Soiled and Mussed
In the Domestic Department
Table Oil Cloths, - . 5 c
(Most quality, worth 250)
yc nieaehed Muslins, - 5 c
10c Canton Flannels, 5 c
15c Tickings, - 6Jc
J. A. DORSEY,
1 121-1 123 N Struct,
and .1 Company of
this popular Family Journul?
If not, why notr
Anyone can alibrd 60 cents for threo
mouths, or f l,oo for l months, for
A CLEAN, SPICY,
for Sunday Heading
Send your niimo either by mall or telephone.
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