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CKPITHL CITY COURIER
POPULATION OP LINCOLN 66,000,
0rnr I Oth and f Street.
carry it Inrgo lino of Woolen
and ChnnsMtitn M1k, llonlerr, ConcU,
Underwrnr, (Uotm, IliilUmt,
Agents for Buttcrick's Patterns
The Courier Ohm Ii. Vutinil At
Hotel Lincoln Now Htiuiil.
Windier Hold Now Himul.
CmiiIII Hotel NcwHHInnil.
lieu Dude Clf r Hiorr, UU) O Htrcot
Kd. Young, I8W O Hlrnil.
OImoii, Flelolmr A Co., MM O Hlrrol.
Monro' New. ttlnnil, llrt Hotttli Mill Htrcot,
uouiiiKH ontee, iniuHimt.
o. 1134 0 Street
HI my Nittlrn,
Taken upouor iiIhiiiI tlio Unit of Novem
ber, nno ilurk lirown pony nlxnil nix yenr
old. VVi'lKln 'tlxnil ulnu hundred pound
nnd In about tlilrtin hand IiIkIi. Owner
can Imve miiiiio by Proving property and pur
liiK rlmrtre,by cnllliii; lit my pliico, John It,
Clark farm, one nnd oiie-lmli inllot Honth-eimt
of Normal Colleue. !'. 1). I)kUN(1,
are now being offcicil by
HANDSOME HOU8E QOWN8.
The lUlnty priitceue tcarown on the left li of plmli nnd clilnn bIIIc In hnrtnonlilnn
11 rioiKina. tin me ngni (
rhlle the llilril irown In fur n oiitiee
with pinked plnlting of .Ilk of darker ilmde thin the nincriul of the ilrcu.
mtnr.. irArtiUliril with fur mill rltitKtni.
mere or ulllc with blnck lice, white the third rowii
On the rlEtil U nn eflcctUe treatment of caah-
Is for n ouiiKcr womnn and ii trimmed
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
Local nnd leronl.
Whltobroust Coul uml Lltno Co.
Llnooln Coal Co. , aw cor 1 1th uml O St.
L. Burr, jeweler, removed to 1201 0 St.
Lincoln Frame & Art Co., 225 S. 11th.
Cowlo, untlortakor, Punko 110 S. 12th.
Canon City coul ut tho Whltobroust
'Coal and Llmo Co.
Dr. Ruth M. Wood, Druco building,
Tooins 410, 411 and 412. IMO-tf
Chan. S. McKonny, tho Eust Lincoln
druggist, 2712 O Htroot.
Mrs. Kato I). Chonoy, tcaohor of
.lnglng, room 505 Draco block.
Go to Honry Pfolff, 314 South 11th
' troots for ohoico moats,
Sampson Sisters, artistic dross uiuk
4ng, 1123 N Htroot, over Dorsoy's.
Pfelff sells moat an cheap as any mar
ket in Lincoln. Try him and bco.
Prof. Johnson's hall is beautifully nr
ranged for club luirtloa and banquets.
Miss Anna Dick, Modlsto, cor. 11th
and P sto., over Lincoln Savings bunk.
Got first ohoico of tho now figured
China Silk ut Herpolsholmcr & Co's at
K. C. Baking Powder, 25 ounces for
25 cents. Absolutely Pure. Havo you
Misses Boggs and Cuffyn, dress mak
ing parlors. Fine stamping. 1311 M
Btreet, 'phono 510.
"Amor lean Beauty" "Puwlonlu,"
and "Yosomltl" are tho latest per
fumes at Rector's Pharmacy.
' All orders via telephone 308 will
roach W. A. Coffin & Co. and receive
prompt uud careful attention.
Tho Whitobrcast Coul und Limo
company is always at tho front supply
ng tho finest grades of all kinds of
Miss C. J. Oullmotto, modisto,
Brownoll Block, over Miller & Pulno,
Complete lino of dross trimmings and
linings. Take olovutor.
When you want fresh, nice poultry,
' gamo, butter and oggs,jull at Rumhold
ii Mosor's now store, 310 South Eleventh
street. 'Phono 728.
Why huvo your horsos foot butch
ered, havo lame horsos and huvo thorn
suffer? Tuko them to Churllo Slut
tory's new shop, 410 South Elovonth
street, and such' will nover bo tho caso.
Society ladles and ehildron uro re
spectfully Invited to attond Prof. John
son's dancing academy Saturday after
noon. Prlvato instruction can bo had
t the academy at any time.
Save all bother of borrowing chairs
nd tables from your neighbors. Give
' Hardy ic Pitcher orders to have somo
uof their now ones with you for your
.text party. They deliver and call und
. thorn . .. . -
Tho pleasant homo of Mrs. W. B.
HiirgrcuvcH, 028 C street, wits the
scone of two churnilng parties this
week. One wus mi afternoon curd
party for ladies on Wednesday, nnd
tho second was In tho evening when
the gentlemen purttclputed. Yellow
predominated In everything. Tito
windows wore draped In yellow silk;
yellow portieres adorned tho doors;
the plitno wus dressed in yellow; the
gus light shone through yellow globes.
The rooms were decorated profusely
with large liomiots of yellow roses.
Tito score curds wore covered with yel
low cloth, mid a dainty luncheon in
which yellow was prominent, was
served on yellow china. Mrs. Hur
greuves received her guests In a cos
tume of yellow. In tho afternoon those
successful ut curds wore Mrs Rlghtor
and Mrs Hehluetuler. Mrs Rlghtor
received u chlnu dish decorated with
yellow flowers. Mrs. Rohlaondor cur
ried away in monument to her skill,
u yellow silk handkerchief. Tho
guests of the afternoon wore: Mes
dames O M Thompson, Zehrung, Rich
ardson, Benton, Smith, Oliver, R E
Moore, Hutnmond, Cambridge, Miller,
Teeters, Rehluender. Mulr, 1) E-Thomp-son,
Souorost, Foster, Ilenkle, Thomp
son, Goo Brown, Miss Rlchtirdson, Miss
Dunlels of Des Moines. In tho even
ing, Dr und Mrs Ladd carried otT the
first honors, und Mrs F W Brown und
Mr Beeson tho second. Dr Ladd re
ceived a large bunch of clgurs tied
with a yellow ribbon. Mrs Ladd car
ried home a out glans olive dish. Mrs
Brown won u yellow china dish and
Mr Beeson a china cup and saucer dec
orated in yellow. Those at curds were:
Messrs and Mesdames Bit 'kstaff, Lttdd,
F W Llttlo, John Fawoll, F W Brown,
Kd, Will und Jim Green, Beeson, C C
nnd L C Burr, Ewlng, Dentils, Sutton,
E P Holmes, Burnhum, A S Raymond,
Tllton, Uphum, W C Wilson, Oakley,
Morrill, I) E Thompson, A E Hai
greaves, Ogdon, Curl Funke, Skip
Dttndoy of Omaha, Miss Sarah Harris.
The Capitol building wus tho scene
of a largo and brlllluut reception Tues
day ovonlng, which wus given In honor
of tho now stuto officers. Every room
In tho building was duz.lugly Illumina
ted und presonted a sight so ublnzo
with light that it could le scon for
miles dlstunt. Tho receiving com
mlttoo which consisted of all the stuto
officers nnd their ladles wits stationed
in tho Houso near the speakers stand.
So great wus the company In attend
ance, that although the recoptlon com
mittee received for over two hours,
there wero tunny who wore not nblo to
pass down tho line, Hon. R. U. Oak
ley, who acted as master of coromonles,
Introduced tho guests. The ludles for
tho most part, wore hundsomo street
attire, but several elegant evening
drcbsos wore observed. Two orches
tra's wore In nttendunce and discoursed
sweet music throughout tho evening,
which could bo heard above tho hum
of voices. Particular commendation Is
duo to Mr. Irvine, who rendered In u
pleasing manner u cornet solo, und so
heartily was it received thut ho wus
compelled to givo several extra select
Ions. Dancing wus Indulged in by tho
younger people ut u lute hour in the
uenato chamber. Brown's orchestra
furnished the music for dancing, W.leh
lusted about two hours. Taking it all
In all, this wus ono of the most success
ful inaugural receptions that has over
been hold, every feuture of It being
skillfully prepared and managed, to
Iketlug much credit on that untiring
rustler Col. Hurry Hotchklss, aided by
Htm. Joseph Burns und others.
Mr. und Mrs. A. M. Holdermun, liv
ing ut 21 1" K street, guvo tholr daugh
ter Genlovo a very pleasant party
Thursday afternoon from four to seven
o'clock, In honor of hor seventh birth
day. Tho llttlo ones who participated
in having a good tlmo and cuuslng
their llttlo hostess to remember tho
duv wero tho Misses Huel Minos of
Hustings, Gretchon Emery of Omaha
and Maud Dll worth, Ethel MoFarluno,
Puss Btirdutt, Edna King, Paulino
Johnson, Millie and Josle MoMuhon,
Suslo und Jesslo Cross, Ottlo Barn
houso, Jonnotto Davis, Frances Evans,
Myrtle Wills, Ida Hurtram, Ella Horm
lnghotise, Gruco Thompson and Masters
Dick Hormlnghouso Harry Noomun,
Clark Evans, Clinton Thompson. Ella
Hermlughouso captured ono of tho
royal prizes during a series of very
pleasant gutties thut predominated
during tho afternoon. Not less merry
wiw the gathering that assembled at
the samo place at half past seven
o'clock to enjoy high five. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Holdermun being first chws on
tortulnors It Is unnecessary to say u
good tlmo was hud. Those who hold
scuts ut tho tables wero Mr. and Mrs.
M. D. Thompson, Mr. und Mrs. John
L. Aron. Mrs. Ella Whedon, Mrs.
Emory of Omaha, Miss May Thompson,
uud Miss Hilda lloohm.
carried nway by Miss Sura Schwab nnd
Mr. I lech t. Those at curds wero
Misses Romii Frank, Tllllo Friend, Ida
Friend, Aileon Friend, Sunt Schwab,
Amanda Ivohn, Anna Burr, Berkson,
Paulino .Mayer nnd Splosborgor;
Messrs Goldberg, Gugonholm, Kohn,
Hell, Greonbaiun, Ilooht, Oppon
holmcr, Brockholm, Mayer, Bouwit,
Berkson, Eisner, Mr and Mrs Ksousky.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jeoego McArthur on
terlitlneil a small company of friends at
a seven o'clock dinner at their homo,
1 131 II street, Thursday evening, tho
occasion being complimentary to Miss
Mablo Mall, who Is visiting Miss Huttle
liOlaiid. The table was bountifully
arrayed In snowy linen, bright silver
and brilliant electric Illumination add
ing to tho scene. Tho viands wero
delteloiis and comprised all tho good
things that money can buy. The hand
iwork of "Ma" Brown was seen and u
part of "Chic" cookery wus ulso pro
vident. Those who sat about tho
festive board were Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
Brown, Mr and Mrs George McArthur,
Miss Mablo Bull of Lyons, Iowa, Miss
Hattlo Leland, Miss Carrie Lcluutl, und
Mr Ed Keofer. Dinner being fully
relished tho balance of tho evening
was enjoyed by a visit to the Lansing
theatre where tho Lincoln Light In
fantry Minstrels hold forth.
Mrs. A. 11. Mitchell very hand
somely entertained a large number of
lady friends at ono o'clock luncheon
Saturday In honor of her aunt, Mrs.
Lowmttn of McC'ook. Mrs. Mitchell
was assisted In receiving by Mrs. and
Miss Schwab, hor mother and sister.
Tho rooms wero profusely decorated
with llowers, white hyacinths being
tho predominate llower. Tho luncheon
wus served ut small tables arranged
throughout tho apartments and con
sisted of several courses. Those
present wero Mesdames Ackormuu,
Newmurk, Sum Wessel, Lou Wessol,
Chits Mayor, S D Mayer, Seligsohn,
Opponholmer, Friend and Ksousky,
Miss Paulino Mayor of Now York,
Miss Rosa Frank, Miss Ida Friend.
Tho members of tho Puttiurch club
wero tight royally entertained on Fri
day evening by Mrs. A. S. Raymond
und Mrs. I. M. Raymond. Tea was
served at seven o'clock at tho homo of
Mrs. A. S. Raymond, after which tho
guests ropnlred to tho homo of Mrs. I.
M. Raymond and Indulged in dancing
until the wee small hours of morning.
Tho Invited list Included Messrs and
Mesdames D E Thompson, C II Gore,
J D McFarland, N S Hurwood, W C
Wilson, J A BuokstutT, R II Oukley,
Frank Lewis, R O Phillips, S II Burn
ham, L W Coates, R C Outculf, Miss
Jcntmotto Wilson, Miss Surah Harris,
Miss Lena Daniels of Oxford; Mr Frank
Cook, Mr Vuu Dtiyn, Mr G P Fuucon.
And now Mr. C. C. Qulgglo oomos to
tho front and says; "Well, I guess I'm
In It, too," and judging from tho fuct
.that a brand now llttlo bunch of sweet
ness came to bless his homo Suturdtiy,
ho has cuttso for rejoicing. It's a girl
and as bright and pretty as tho fulrest
belle of Lincoln. Mother is resting
easy and with good euro and closo at
tention tho doctor hopes soon to havo
Mr. Qulgglo In his usual norinul con
dition again. Congratulations uro now
HEBPOLSHEIMER & GO.
J fist' i tfftuii pr L
Offer Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
75 Honeycomb Bed Spreads for 75c, were $1.00
60 Fine Honeycomb Bed Spreads for $1.10, were $1.45
95 Marseilles Counterpainesat $1.75, marked $2.75
73 Fine Marseilles Cotintcrpaines at $2.50, were $3.50
54 Fine Heavy Marseilles Cotintcrpaines, $3.25, marked $4.25
23 Finest Marseilles Counterpaines, $3-95 were $5.00
75 Colored Mitchelline Spreads, $i.oo, were $1.50
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO
YATES' SHOE SALE
"A Big Dividend Paying Investment" For You.
000 pMBtfBsaagn i,ooo
Regular $4.00 and $5.00 Goods to go in this sale at
$3.00 PER PAIR.
500 PAIRS MENS' WELT SHOES.
$5.00 Calf and Kangaroo to be Closed out at
$3.75 PER PAIR
JQfr'You Have Twenty Days in v. liieli to invest your money
at these prices.
1 1 29 O Street.
ED. G. YATES.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. E. Koyos, 183T
Cherry street, celebrated tholr crystul
anniversary Monduy ovonlng In a
unique manner. Invitations which
wero sent out a week boforohund, wero
urtictlcully printed on thin sheets of
gloss. Tho rooms wero very prettily
decorated with cut llowors loosely ur
rnnged und evergreen. Tho presents
which wero loft by tho guosts us ro
mombruncos wore many und pretty,
including btic-u-bruc, chlnu und things
that muke a home attractive. Pro
gressive high five wus tho feature of
tho ovonlng, ton tables being sur
rounded by unlimited players. Elegant
refreshments wero served at the closo
of tho gamo. Tho list of guosts in
cluded tho members of tho Novelty
Club and friends. Those at curds wero;
Messrs und Mesdames Allen, Alexan
der, Scott, Wheeler, Humphrey, Wells,
Sumpson, Kolso, Wilson, Kellum, Ste
vens, Curtis, Guroutto, M II Nan Horn,
Frank Van Horn, Miss Lasoh, Miss
Peck of Chicago.
Miss Bertha Sellgsohn gave u very
pretty card party on Friday ovonlng ut
homo In honor of Miss Paulino Mayer
and Miss Splosborgor. Tho rooms
wero very handsomely decorated with
carnations of different colors. Tooth-
somo refreshments wero served shortly
before midnight at tho curd tables.
Tho prizes, a bund decorated cup und
saucer and u silver match safe, wero
Tho nowly organized Emplro danc
ing club hold u very pleasant party In
tho Lansing academy on Saturday
evening. Tho evening was delight
fully Informal und very pleas
antly spent by all. Thoso present
wero Mossrs und Mesdames Curl Funke,
D E Thompson, W B Hiirgravos, Will
Green, Sutton, R E Outculf, Ed Greon,
R O Phllllpps, N S Harwood, Mark
Tllton, F M Hall, Miss Saruh Hurrls,
Mr Frank Cooko, Mr Chus Hunnu.
Miss Bollo Wurnor guvo a ploasunt
blrthduy purty on Friday evening at
hor homo on South Tenth street. Tho
ovonlng passed very quickly und
charmingly to Misses Anna Post, Mno
Cmbtroo, Alice Furls, Kittle Warner,
Gertie Brown, Maud Gray, Peuti Mc
Futiund, Ella Kaufman; Messrs Fred
Brown, Wlllnrd Burrow, Herman Look,
Elmer Tyler, Arthur Gadd, Aran Colo
man, Pllklngton, Stewart, Chus Kauf
man, Mr and Mrs O C Smith.
Tho Novelty club was very delight
fully entertained on Suturduy ovonlng
by Mr. und Mrs. Albert Snow, at tholr
iirettv homo on D stroot. As usual tho
ovonlng was devoted to cards and re
freshments. Thoso ut curds woro
Messrs und Mesdames C B Allen,
Koyos, Fred Wilson, Frank Vun Horn,
M U Van Horn, Humphrey, Stovons,
Wheeler, Luke, Miss Lvsh, Mr. Town
sun, Mr Kellum, Mrs Dr Kelso.
Tho Adusu Tent, No. 0, K. O. T. M.
hold tin open mooting Wednesduy
evening In tho Brown Block to which
the ludles were bidden. Lieutenant
Chuties Fowlor, a retired otllcor of tho
United States army, guvo somo per
sonul recollections of the Indiun battle
of Big Horn mountain in which ho
took a prominent part. Tho reminis
cence was not only Instructive but also
Miss Pock, who bus boon visiting ut
the homo of Mrs. D. E. Koyos for sev
eral weeks, returned to hor homo In
Additional Society oh 4th 'life)
5 Five Per Cent on Deposits 5
Lincoln Savings Bank and Sate Deposit Go.
S. E. Cor- 1 Ith and P Streets
Boxes to Rent in Safe Deposit Vaults.
HENHY E. LEWIH, I'enldent A. I'. H. STEWART, Vlco-Pm. II. WELCH. Treis.
1 . .
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
The Globe Clothing House
Extends a hearty New Year's Greeting to its many friends
and patrons, wishing them a very happy and prosperous New
Year, and thanking them for their liberal patronage. It will
be our constant aim to deserve a continuance of your good
For the next sixty days we will sell all our
Overcoats $ Winter Suits
at a marked reduction from early season's prices. Those who
have got to buy will benefit themselves by coming before
purchasing, to the
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE,
Corner Tenth and O Streets.
WELL FITTING SHOES
GIVE THE CHILDREN
HEALTH AND COMFORT
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