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Mrs. J. C BELL
Has Just received something en
tirely new nnd nocl for Indies
head nttlrc. It l the
llnvlng no net work about It
whntcxer, the hnlr being it
cned together by a newly pat
ented Idea which docs not
hent the hcnil, ns othcri ilo.
A FULL EINE OF COSMETICS
llnlr ornaments, nml hnlr goods.
As t.sual, wc loml In nrtlstlc lmlr
dressing niul manicuring. Cnll
nml sec n.
1 14 North Fourteenth St.
Gel tho Genuine
P. BARTON Manager
Burr Mock, cor. nth and O Sts, Tel, 71
Lincoln, : Nebraska
Capital, - $250,000
OJtctrt mnd Dirttiort;
MtaB, Wright, Pres. T. K. JSaneHra, V.-P.
JH. McClay, Cashlsr.
aTaWahasoa, HI'Uu, The Cochran. K
Ts aHssr, T W txtwery, W U Dayton
al Banking Dutlneii Transacted
.Collections a. Specialty.
German National Bank
Ifaraan K. Schiberg, Vlca Prest
Chns. E Watte, Caihler.
Geo. II, Schwake, Aut. Cashier.
The First National Bank
0 and Tenth Sts.
tafttll, $400,000 - Surplus, $100,000
f . 1. tUnWOOD, President.
(MAS. A.. n.iNXA, Yict-rruUUnt.
F. if. COOK, Cashier.
0. 8. UPPlNCOTT, AM't Cart Ur
R. D. MlLLSll. Am't Cashier.
I. M. ltAYMON n,
8. II. BUKNHAM.
D. O. WiMo,
I Richard's )llock, Cor. Elavent hand OBta.
' LINCOLN, NEDR. . '
. M. JJnimond. Letrt Qrifjoru, S. It. Ilunihnm,
X. IK. LovrtViC, . Dawet, tt U. MorHU, A, .
J. Sawyer, B. K. lirvtni, R 11'. UttU,
S, II. Dumfuim, a. W Lamixrttvn,
V. K. Thompson.
LOIMRD IIVETMEM CO,,
Farm and City Loans
AT LOW RATES.
Jf Monty furnished promptly on ap
yraved security i ' '
liy O Street, Lincoln, Neb
EEAIk estate loans
Ob sterna In aastarn Nebraska and Improved
BtSMtjr la Unoolar a term of year.
Lowest Current Rates
R. E. et'j.1 MOORE.'
nar litis 4 O'fltreeta, MneolsuV
5 par cent on Dcpoaita Paid at the
AKB Sin DEPOSIT COMPiMY
Corner P and Elevonth Bu.
t Mr sp hrit
M Halarstood.i. "" H lw Hathaway.
fi olrort. J Briscoe,
H W Hrnwa,
KO runups, ,
Henry E Lewis,
DEAUTY AND CN1HUSIA8M.
HlCroMrtirrH).illi1 Possesses ThesS
Donuty nnd Journalism do not ntwnyi
travel togothor in fact, thuro nro uoint
very clover newspaper writers who nre
not altogether fair to look upon. Now
York, howovor, l exceptionally fortu
nnto In having nonrly n score of really
bountiful aorllicH whom work tlnda iU
way daily, into tho public prim
fltlACR UfAIKIAtlKT notn.n.
Miss Grnco Mnrgnrot Gould, fonnorly
of. Albany, but for tho past your 11 resi
dent of busy Ifow York, limy lay clniin
to being 0110 of them Miss Gould is
tail, dark ntul vory winning in manner,
with oyoa of nzuro brown.
But it is not of hor nppenrnnco nlone
that MIm Gould may bo justly proud,
for sho is ono of. n busy stall of hustling
reporters, nml hor daily work is both ar
duous nnd varied. All sorts of topics
como from hor facilo cn. Blio writes
child's stories, (loos' fashions in dress and
In furnlturo, rpports commlttco meet
ings nnd writes up balls, weddings nnd
Tho lifo of a Now York nowspapci
Woman Is n busy ono, and, as MUs Gould
doclnros, a woman must put nil hor time,
her Intelloct nnd hor character into hot
work, or alio will not bo n success.
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS.
This rriurph Is Written Kipvelally Foi
Voung Men to Head.
Among my frlonds la a young woman
who has latoly rofuoetl throo dllToront of
fers of marrlago. Sho ia n atrong, beau
tiful, queenly girl, who aunporta lioraeli
hatulaomely by a work aho hoa choson.
Bho ia attractive in aocioty, and imoplo
wonder why alio doea not marry, She
herself has no antipathy to iiiarrlngc
and would mako ono of tho awootcat,
noblest of wives. Why doon alio not
marry? When askod that question by
tntltnato frionda, alio nuswors simply, "I
don't know nnybcnly 1 would havo."
With admirers in plenty aho tolls tho
literal truth. Tho young men who offer
themselves to hor aro of a typo which I
lamentably common in all cities just
tho ordinary, well droasod, undorMzod,
crawny, cigarotto smoking, alcohol
drinking youth who is proud of going on
Saturday night "toara" or "tares,"
whichever way you would rather spell
it Ouo of tho throo my young lady
liked almost woll enough to marry. But
tho tainted atmosphoro of his past lifo
followod him and clung to him in spito
of himself, barring him out forever from
tho puro homo ho sought to enter. Tho
ordinary typo of city youth whom girls
moot 1b npt to bo of tho kind I mention.
Thoro is another typo, somowhat rarer,
thick nocked, red faced, rather resem
bling th.o prizefighter kind. From these
two classes the atrong, beautiful, queen
ly girl whom our tirao is developing
must chooso a husband,' If aho takes one
at all. Tho number of thoso who do not
tako any Is increasing. Whoro is tho
Ideal .lover that all women dream of, tho
lithe, erect, manly, broad shouldered
youth, with cheeks rose tinted by health
and a clean lifo, with brilliant eyes and
flushing white tooth, tho boy of frank,
merry aoul, with heart and brain full of
noble aspirations? Undoubtedly thoro
aro such royal lovers still for our young
American queens, but whoro aro they?
Answer mo that. Dring thorn on the
aceno and tako away these Boml-inva-lided
young weaklings with their mud
dy complexions, discolored teeth and
moan little. foxy ambitions! Tho 20th
century woman ria aweary of tho sight
Mra. Lyndo Craig has been admitted to
practico aa a lawyer In all tho courts of
A irreat atop hoa been inodo In the
higher education of women in Germany.
Nino liberal minded professors of tho
University of Qottingon offor private
courses" to women students. In Various
branches, ranging from church history;
to experimental psychology, ...That so
many German professors in ono uni
versity favor woman's education Is en
"Bachelor girls" aro very much the
fashion now. There is a great difference
between a bachelor girl and nn old
maid, An old maid is a woman who
missed matrimony and had no other re
source to which to turn. A bachelor, girl
is an unmnrneu woman wno earns nor
living in a merry, independent way and
feels that alio will never bo loft, whethor
aho marries or not Ttyero aro uot mauy
oici mama now.
Tho first woman to bo elected anslst-,
ant sergeant-at-artuB in a legislature ia
Mrs. M. A Anderson of Little Rock, who
-was placed In her office by the 'Arkansas
legislature. Iler .duties' mostly cpnsist
In distributing' mull amoug-the. 'mem
bers and aending their letters to tho post
Permit me to suggest tho following
aa a question .for discussion by women's
clubs: What effect will learning the
carpenter trado havo on a man'a career
as a husband and father?
ThefMas&iiehasetCa farmon at thek.
coBveation in Boston voted unanimously
Ul IUVUT VI !UUIIIlllf BUUIUftV IU vtuM
en. They'did more. They passod a res
olution asking the legialaturo to enact a
law enabling women, to vote for echoo,
commltteea on the aame terms that men
do. Euza Akcqahd Conmul
THE APPAF1EL THAT LOOK3 BEST
WITH SILVER HAIR.
Illnrk Hllk nnd .tnwoK Liirna, millions nnd
Ilulnty Trllli- Comlorlnliln Wrnppar
and Coninmr, Hemi) HIiom Color Tlntt
Old Lndlxn llnvn C'lnlini'il KorTlielrOnrn.
IHpn lil CiirrrstHindnnen.l
NrwYoiik, Feb. 211. When ago haa
acized with relontlcw fingers upon a wo
man, she must wk a now stylo of ap
parel, for if sho dares to dress as her
(lauguterrt do slid
and as if sho were
trying to deceive
tho publiu and
gel her n rich and
Mlk annum or
ribbed or moiro,
and lmvu it made
jiluiu and full in
tho hIcIiL and
rather long in tho
back, as length
adds dignity. Bho
wants a wrap of
b 1 a r r 1 1 z, ulys
cloth or some
or velvet, if sho
1V preiers aim can
VnlTordlt. Tho dif
ferent fur trim
mings nro all suit-
Tint dkau or,i) aiiAND- ablp, and when
MOTilutt." fur is. not in sea-
aon feather, or pretty moss trimming
adds its softness to break tho nngulnr
outlines of ago. A velvet bonnet that
covors tho head pretty woll and comes
down over tho sides, with ribbon bowa
or plumes, is tho kind moot liked.
Tho matter of gloves, veils and jowols
can bo left to her preference, but black
or gray dressed kid makes tho most suit
able gloves, and blnck brussels not veils
aro best. Thoro is no limit sot when a
lady must lay asirto her diamonds, and
ono of tho loveliest sights in tho world
Is nn old lady, her work dono in this
world, sitting with hands folded In her
lap, nnd thoso dear old hands covered
with shining rings. Tho soft tulle gath
ered across her bosom seems more suita
ble If jewels Bparklo among its folds.
There aro boiuo colors that old ladles
havo nccepted as belonf" irttculnrly
to them drab, gray, 1 a, prune and
Laco also belongs to them. by right,
and they should havo plenty of it, nnd
tho better it is tho moro it becomes tho
There nro in somo of our best stores
rooms devoted entirely to furnishings for
elderly Indies. Thero nro fleece lined
atockings for thoso who suffer from cold
and exquisitely fino ribbed merino un
derwent clustlo and soft and madoin
tho daintiest manner. There aro aprons
of Bilk, Of muslin and alpaca. Thoro
aro caps of all kinds, bonnets nnd veils
and kerchiefs nnd "tuckers," and all sorts
of laco jabots and neckwear.
Thoro aro knit wool catws, and sacks
In oldor down ilaunol trimmed with
knitted woolen laco and mauy ribbons,
that nro comfortably warm nnd pretty.
I saw n Lumber of flannel wrappers
lined with tho. eider down flannel, nnd
thoy look doliciously warm. I thought
tho designer must bo a truo genius, for
every ono had an enormous pocket, just
such as grandmothers mako storing
places of to hold tho things that chil
dren always want. Tho patterns this
year seem to pleaso mo more than usual.
There aro ninny of tho pretty but almost
forgotten palm leaf designs in tho colors
thnt nro most suitable.
I noticed ono with a dnrk purplish
brown ground, with a border around t"
bottom nnd on the sleeves of palm leaves
in rich oriental colors.
Among tho pretty things prodded for
tho old lady nro a laco jabot of black
chantilly nnd a vest front of white chif
fon, with a deep frill of white Valen
ciennes. Tho collar is of the samo mate
rial, nnd a belt goes around tho waist
and fastens behind under a rosette.
, TRIFI.ES UOHT AS AIR.
1 This vest front Is calculated to bo worn
with a black silk or satin gown to givo
it a moro dressy effect. The black jabot
can bo worn at any tlmo,
Thoro aro bIioob mndo particularly for
elderly ladies who prefer comfort to
looks, broad, of soft material and with
low common sense heel, but for thoso
who Hko'dnintyslippers thero nro somo
as pretty ns their granddaughters wear,
with rather lower and wider heels. Pru-
nella, pateut-leather and soft kid aro tho
pretty buckles and beaded bows.
Few ladies past CO havo not hod to
wear mourning, and it may bo said that
00 women out of 100 over that age wear
black only. When thnt is tho case, tho
doublo shawl is tho most elegant and
comfbrtablo wrap". When black only is
worn? it leaves littlo liralt for choice in-
fashion, but thero aro .endless combina-
t-v.-i- iiu...i.n ...ii r
IIDU tin DUWK T4M Tt IIIIO IUIIU.. UUU
laces. Olive Haupjcr.
Individuality is indicated by a promi
nence of tha forehead jurt above tho eyebrows.
rtif P-- -vj -
A WOMAN OF AFFAIRS.
th Wife of Mnnniier I'ntmer line Remark
nlilo KsrriitUn AlillHy.
Mrs. Laura A. Palmer, wlfoof tho well
known theatrical managor, Is n romnrka
blo example of feminine oxecntivo abili
ty. Tho lady Is of English birth, but
enmo to this country when a tiny child,
and whllo some family tics still endear
tho oldor country to her heart hor tastes,
interests nnd sentiments proclaim her
loyalty to American customs and Insti
tutions. In addition to her porsonnl supervision
of hor homo nt tho cornor of Madison
avonuo and Sixty-fifth street, Now York,
whoro four children roceivo hor affoo-
LAURA A. PALMER.
tionnto caro, sho is an nctivo worker In
tho charities connected with Holy Trin
ity church, of which sho is n member, n
director of tho Hahnemann hospital, tho
Woman's guild, tho Ladies' Health Pro
tective association, tho Littlo Mothers'
and tho Dluo Anchor societies. Mrs.
Palmor also tills tho chair of philanthropy
of Borosis, and her cordinl spirit nnd
breezy wolcomo to now members in tho
Goethe society, of which her husband is
president, has breathed now lifo into thnt
Intellectual club, which was languishing
from suffocating conservatism. Her lit
erary gifts nro of an uncommon order,
ami her fncllo pon haa been employed
with signnl success in translating and
dramatizing plnyB presented nt her hus
To hor ability to plan nnd exocuto, to
drill and command a legion of workers.
ia largely duo tho trophy of $175,000 not
tcd by tho Actors' Fund fair to tho treas
ury of tho association. Tho latest proje
of her busy brain, an idea concolv
during tho progress of tho fair, is tho i
ccntly orgnnized Professional Woman
leaguo, n benevolent, protcctivonnd phi
anthropio society that is designod 1
throw its sheltering arms nbout gir1
and women engaged in professional pu
suits, Mrs. Palmer was elected to tb '
presidency of this organization by unan
imous acclamation, and it may bo noted
that hor oxecntivo abilities havo been
moro widoly recognized when it is stated
that to hor was tondorcd spaco, with the
chargo and control of a dramatic ex
hibit, at tho World's fair, nn honor Bhe
was compelled to regrotfully declino for
want of tiino and strength to dovoto to
bo vast an undertaking.
Ada Crisp Marsh.
Infant's Crib Set.
Tho Infant's crib sot horo illustrated is
mndo of that now nnd oxquisito fabric,
china linen, which is soft nnd fino as
ailk. Tho pillow Is about 15 Inches wido
and SO long nnd is stuffed with eider
down. Tho edgo is daintily flnishod with
a full frill of silk laco. Tho designs
worked upon tho pillow nro closo wroaths
of forgotmonots, tied with loops of very
narrow bluo ribbon. Tho flowers aro
dono In two shades of filo floss in satin
stitch, and tho ribbon In bluo filo floss in
short and long buttonholo stitch.
; Tho cover is about 85 by 45, nnd the
top is turned over about fivo Inches to
form a sham. This sham Is edged with
silk loco frilled on to correspond with
tho pillow. Tho design on tho cover is
worked In tho samo uw.nnur ns tho pil
low. India silk, china silk or even smueiuop
inexpensive material would mako o ery
pretty crib set if mado in this way,
Women as Huimtortul Cnutllilateo.
It ia a signiiicaut fact that for tho first
tlmo in tho history of the country wom
en havo this winter received eoinplimen
tary votes for United State senator
Two wnmon have had this honor. When
North Dakota was balloting fur United
States senator. Air. M. L. McCormnek
wlfo of ono the Democratic tjite ena
tore, received UO Democratic and Popu
list vote. In Wyoming tho legislature
gave Mrs.. Mary C. .Dartlott'of Choy-
enno 7 votea for senator.
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