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FlBST (BTIOIBL BfWF.
O AND TENTH STREETS.
at. 8. IIahwood, President.
Chas. A. IUnna, Vlco President.
F. M. Cook, ('ashler.
0. 8. LtrnscoTT, Assistant Cashier,
fl, 8. Psxbman, AstMsnt Cnihlor.
oncer d Directors.
John B. Wrioht. President.
T. K. Bandkm, Vica President.
J. 11. McClat, C'ashlor.
.'1. Johnson, II. P.Lnu, . Thos. Cochran.
E. H. Biter. T. W. Lowrcy,
W. L. Dayton.
General Banking Business Transacted.
Collections a Bmxialtt.
.per cent on DeoilU Paid at the
AND 8AFE DEP08IT CO.
Cor. P and EleTentli SU.
The only Safe Deposit Vaulte in Lincoln
W. A. Bellcck.
C. T. Bona.
6; W. Webster.
II. D. lla'.haway.
J. Z. Itriscoo.
O. J. Ernst.
II. W. Drown.
K. O. PhUltpa.
Henry E. Lowla.
OMAHA'S LEADING HOTEL
r 3Di$ Murray.
I It A IIIOIIY, I'roprlctur.
Electric oars direct from Union depot puss
tho tloor. l.'ltli and Hiinicy its,, Omaha, Neb.
Under now inanoRement
15th nnd Homey ats., Omaha, Neb.
HULKTT DAVENI'OllT, 1'ropn.
Special nttcntlon to state, trade, uet and
commercial travelers. Farnam utroot electric
cars pass the, door to and from all parts of the.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
o o o SHAMPOOING
Wm?T TVQ Jlowtoccononiuotlnie!
; 1 vJVIJl O and money soak t. see
141 A II? the world's falrtobo&t:
J ft A J I.. advantage, is a nuor'
: tlnn that may nave.
puzzled yon, Avoid mlHtnkes hy Rotting
. posted iniuivnncn.
ixiMcu iniuivnncn. I'eriinpsiiiniiiustratrd.
folder Just Isnued by Sun tn Fe Roote la!
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I what you need. It com nhu views of world's.
' fair buildlnus. nccurntu nino of Cklcavo.
land other lnforma- 1
ysfTttS&Wt SANTA FE!
Palmer, P. A. Suiitn DATlfniil
iFo Kniitli, Omnhn, liUUl-Ei.
and auk for froo ropy.
P Tuition I Fall term, In seven different
courses. Only hlaji erado independent
normal in the state. Thu Finest Buildings.
Equipments, and Ablest Normal Faculty. No
experiment, but au established management. 40
courses, 35 teachero and lecturers. A live school
for tho masses. Write for catalogue.
F. B. BIKER, Mar. Lincoln, Neb.
AND CAHINKT JIAKK1,
Docs all kinds of Repairing Promptly
All work warranted.
SOS So. 11th HI.
T. C. KERN, D. D. S.
Rooms 25 and 26, Burr Block.
jciiwgoxiv, - - zwbb.
Pamphlsta describing the
re sources of
NEW MEXICO and CALIFORNIA,
May Ira had by addressing G, T, Nlcholsou, O,
P. A T. A., A. T. A H. F. It. R., Topeka, Kansas.
Mention this paper.
FROM 82.60 TO S4.60.
Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory
N. W. COR. TWELFTH AND O ST6.
Old Hate Blocked, Cleaned, Dyed and
inide at good as new, All kind
of Hepair Work done.
Mr. A.J. Lo veil wns In Mrtlcom Wed
nesday. Miss Mary Shears loft Wednesday for
Mr. Charlofl L. Uurr visited Omaha
Mrs. Oscar Funko spent Wednesday
Mr. W. Q. Hell loft Tuesday for the
Mire Efllo Htoen left Monday for tho
Mr. O. S. Lippineott returned Sunday
Dr. and Mm. Link huvo returned
Miss Louise Pound is seriously ill with
Mr. and Mrs J. J. Cox will leavo for
Mr. 0. W. Call left Wednesday for
Mr. Harry Shears has returned from
tho world's fair.
Miss Gertrude Marquotto left Wednes
day for Chicago.
Mr. und Mm. Peter Mayer left Thurs
day for Chicago.
Mr. Frank Kitchen will leave for tho
world's fair today.
Mr. II. S. Mcintosh, formerly of Lin
coin, is in tho city.
Mr. Fred Loomis, of Oniuha, has been
in tho city this week.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. J, Lamb left Mon
day night for Chicago.
Messrs Will and Hurry Clark, of
Omaha, nro in tho city.
Miss Lillio Tukey, of Omnhn, is tho
guest of Miss Mao Burr.
Hon. W. J. H.'yau and family loft
Tuesday for Washington.
lion. David Bomgurdnor, of McCook,
was in tho city this week.
Mr. II. T. Clark, of Omaha, was in
Lincoln during the week.
Mr. W. Farnum Smith, of Omaha,
spent Sunday in Lincoln.
Mr. A. J. Wolfenburger !b In attend
ance upon tho world's fair.
Miss Katharine Weston, of Beatrice,
was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. A. R. Talbot and family huvo ro
turncd from tho world's fuir.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Mondeuhall loft
Thursday for tho White City.
Mrs. D. Kirk and son and Miss Hotz
lor left Wednesday for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Bolts uro in Chi
cego attending tho world's fuir.
MIhs Fannio Wilcox has returned
from a visit to tho world's fuir.
Hon. J. E. Hill roturncd Saturday
night from Manhattan, Kansas.
Miss Mario Marshall has gono to
Notre Dame, Ind., to attend school.
Mih. F. C. Baldwin, of Wahoo, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Mastin.
Mih. Albert Watkins has returned
f o ii a vacation spent at Madison Wis.
Mr. J. M. Knox returned Sunday
ovening from Dch Moines and Chicago.
Miss C. J. Qurlmotto has roturncd
after a six week's visit to tho world's
Mrs. W. B. Odgon and Miss Lnuru
limit, have returned from tho world's
Mrs. FurmiB, and Miss Sullio Furnns,
of Brownvillo, wore at tho Lincoln this
Misses Gertrude Laws and Anna Burr
returned from Chicago the llrst of tho
Mr. Charles A Blair, of Richmond,
Ind., is the guest of his sister Mrs. S. A.
Mr. Fred W. Matthews, of Chicago,
is in tho city the guest of Mr. Muttson
Mrs. H. J. Chase, of Beatrice, stent
a few days with Mrs. Eldredga during
Mr. E. A. Wilson, of Beutrico, was in
Lincoln during tho week attending tho
Mrs. F. A. McBrido, of Truer, In., u
niece of tho lute Mrs. John Zchrung, is
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newman, of Now
York, are in tho city, the guest of Mrs.
Misses Brownie and Nellie Bauni, of
Omaha, wero tho guests of Miss Olivo
Mrs. John 0. Allen and little son
Ralph and Mrs. A. Hurlbut left Friday
for the world's fuir.
Misses Lulu und Cluru Lciumo re
turned home Wednesday from u two
week's visit in Omaha.
Miss Ethel Hooiicr will entertuin a
few friends this ovening in honor of her
guest, Miss Sebu Cusu.
Mr. W. A. Fulkorson, of Beutrico, wus
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. L. W.
i Eldredge, during the week.
Mr. W. F. Meyer left yesterduy for St.
Louis, where ho wus joined by his sister
for u visit to tho world s fuir.
Mr. L. W. Bllliugsly has returned
from Indlunapolis where he ut tended
the encumpmont of thu G. A, R,
Mr, J. T, Mullen und family who huvo
Leon visiting Mr.uud Mrs. Oscar Mullen,
loft for their homo in Portland, Oro.,
Rev. Parley E. Jortman, of Sioux City,
Iowa, ia tho guest of Rev. T. F. Stauff
er, on north Twenty-sixth street.
Mrs. Cobb, ot Donnlsou, Texas,
formerly Miss Mary Smith, is visiting in
this city tho guest of her mother.
Miss Helena Qustafson han returned
from a tour in Michigan. She stopped
at tho world's fair on her way homo.
Tho members of tho Lincoln college of
music gavo n reception at their rooms in
tho Braco block, Wednesday evening.
Miss Mary Green, ot Beatrice, who
has boon tho guest ot Miss Gertrude
Hill, returned homo Monday ovening.
Mr. Bort Howie arrived in Lincoln
Tuesday from Canon City, Col., to
attend tho Meissner-DoPuo wedding.
Mrs. John B. Wright entertained a
few lady friends at an informal luncheon
Friday in honor of Mrs. T. W.Grifl.th.
Mr. Ed G. Yates has roturnod from u
trip oust, during which ho purchusod an
extensive stock for his now wholesale
Mr. J. A. Coryell, formerly of Lincoln,
was in town during tiio weoK. Ilois
now connected with tho Sioux City
Mrs. Jonnio Hamilton and duughtor
Lottie, of Omuhu, uro guest of tho
family of Mrs. Mastin at .110 south
Mrs. Frank Rothelo and Mrs. Will
Rothele, ot Sterling, were in Lincoln
during the week visiting the fuir und
Mr. Mux Wuys, city editor of tho
Baltimore Herald was in tho city dur
ing tho week visiting his old friend Mr.
J. C. Seacrest.
Professor F. W. Taylor, who has
chargo of the Nebraska horticultural ex
hibit at the world's fair, has been in tho
city this week.
Miss Lena Hunortle, of Council
Bluffs, and Miss Anna Earley, ufSt.
Joseph, Mo., uro guests of Mr, and Mrs.
L. W. Garroutte.,
Mrs. E. S. Dundy und Miss May
Dundy, ot Omuhu, who cutne to Lincoln
to attend the funeral of David Newman,
Hon. and Mrs. 11. R. Dawes, of
Muriottu, 0 arrived in the city Thursday
afternoon. They uro the guests of thoir
son, Mr. C. G. Duwes.
Mrs. Surah Rogorsand daughters Miss
Anna und Miss Belle und Mr. Goorgo II.
Rogers huvo returned from a month
spent ut tho world's fuir.
Mr. und Mrs. Schelbelcr and daughter,
of Greenburg, Pa., huvo been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Stauffor of north
Twenty-sixth street and uttending tho
Mr. W. II. Hurmer of tho treasury do
purtmont, Washington, D. C, is in tho
city visiting tho families of his brother
und sister, Mr. M. T. Hurmer nnd Mrs.
D. W. Cnmp.
Mrs. T. W. Grifllth who litis been
spending tho summer in UiIb city tho
guest ot her parents, Mr. und Mrs. O. R.
Onkloy, will leuvo for her homo in Texus
inn few days.
Mrs. J. W. Winger und Mrs. J. N. T.
Jones will represent the Womuns
Christian association ut tho interna
tional board which will meet in Buffalo,
N. Y. in October.
Mr. Cluronco P. Plunk, who has been
reading law ut Cherokee, la., for two
years is making u brief visit to his home
in this city before leaving for the uni
versity of Michigan.
Mrs. von Hildebrund-ERseu, ot Sun
Fruncisco, Cul., who has been vitlting in
thiH city u few duys, left Wednesday
afternoon for Chicago, accompanied by
her son, Mr. A. Koch Andrluno.
The many friends of Miss Mabel
Kemper, who visited in this city two
years ago, will bo interested to learn ot
her marriage in Chicago on tho fit li.
Her home will be in Philadelphia.
ProfcsBor und Mrs. II. 11. Edgren anil
children huvo returned to Lincoln from
Gothenburg, Sweden, uftorun ubsenco
... ,, , ,. ,
of three years. Hie professor will tiuo
up his old position in tho state iiniver-
Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Cutrlght
Saturday for Chicago to spend about a
week after which they will goto Wash
ington where Mr. Cutright will act iih
private secretary to the Hon. W, J.
Miss bebu Cubo. of huirlmult, who
litis been spending tho summer in this
city tho guest of Miss Ethel Hooper,
will leave Monday for St. Paul, where
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she will reniiiinu couple of weeks prior
to returning home.
in- n f,..,.,..ii ,.f r!i,..ii.u.i. I.,
...., --. W......1..., ... .M.M,w.n, ,..,.
editor of tho liejiublieaii of that place,
is in thocity culled hither by the illness
of his sister, Mrs. John Zelirung. Mrs.
J. P. Wood, of Truer, Iu., u sister of MrH.
Zehiung, is also in the city.
Mr. W. W. Huckney Mr. E. 11. Sonne-1
man Mr. und Mrs. II. (!. Souiioiiian Mr.
D. C. Hilluu, Mr. Jacob Reimors, Mrs.
Thouius Sewell und duughtor Miss
Agnes und Mrs, Kutio Scheuoy left
Saturday for the world's fair.
I .v rupulnr riaee.
I The entertainment ut tho
Normal college Wednesday wus such us und oheuicr thun any other in tho mar
to reflect credit Uhiii that opulur insti-1 kot. Miller St Gifford.
tution. It wus exceedingly well at- .. , . 7 . ,
tendetl. Tlie college wus brilllunlly' ru,cl ice crewu "'w wter made
lighted every eveuing this week' una from the natural fruit, ut Rector's Phur
thousuuds visited the college. tnucy.
The basque being the foundation of all
cutting, tho novloe should leant nt tho
TSty outset all IU possibilities. With a
feed diagram ot a basque fitting In meas
urement tlio prospective wearer of the gar
eat planned one can cut a prince robe, a
wrapper of any style, a tailor gown, a rid
tog habit, mi evening dress, a blouse, a bin
erand a cout of any description. The prin
ciple Is exactly tho same, with such varia
tions M the exigencies of the caxo n.ny re
quire. It needs but to be lengthened to
make a tight coat or ulster und to hnve Its
different parts lengthened and widened to
form a prince dress.
To do this the different pnrta should 1m cut
to four Inchea longer than the skirt from
waist downward and the front pieces cut
on a slant no that the bottom of each front
measures SO luchrs, Mm front sltlu pieces the
same, tho back sldo gores 127, and the lack
breadths should measure the whole width
of the goods, and If that Is narrow another
breadth should be added to the back and
plaited In close so that the whole skirt
may fall free and open in the approved
shape, Tho four Inches extra length are
taken up In fitting to the figure.
Tho princess should be tried on with tho
earns outward and fitted like nny other
waist. The skirt is to be faced with wlguti
or crinoline about 19 inches deep, and totho
Inner side Is stltohed a faclngot linen or al
paca, and where the dress Is a very hand
some ono several narrow pinked runlet- uro
sewed to a silk foundation and cat stitched
to tho wlgan.
Riding habits are cut In the same way,
but tho lines are drawn rigidly and with
angles wherever they can bo Introduced,
notably tho square high collar and the
square postilions nnd square pocket litis.
In cutting jackets the dresNtiinker only
needs to know tho stylo wanted, If u reefer
or blare r, the basque U lengthened, and the
darts are not titkcn in. Pockets are added.
If a long jacket is desired, tho same gcnorul
rules prevail, and It Is easy to make one
with strict attention to tho presiduif utul
care that all outside stitching should be
Blouses are cut llko the French waists,
but the lower part should bo three to foiu'
Inches longer, cut perfectly straight around
and hemmed. An clastlo Is then drawn
through, and the waist buttons so that the
superfluous length falls down over tho top
of tho skirt.
Bolero jackets, Eton Jscketa and flgaros
art all cut from the original basque pat
tern. For Kton the wnUt Is outlined with
the two side back pieces and Is cut down to
point just overlapping the gathers of the
back of tho skirt nnd cut In front like tho
diagram, and It Is easy to cut, as It Is per
fectly simple nnd seamless. Eton jackets
mayor may not have sleeves, but if they
ao they should be plain coat sleeve gath
ered rather full ut the top, having n suspi
cion of glgot only, and they ore worn over a
Tho bolero Is cut just like tho Kton In
front, but the buck Is all In one piece nnd Is
tut straight across.
illrtOWAf-, or CTOH AMI
SnOWINtr HOW HIMMINU-
liAPlltO TO CORSOGl
OIAORAMS lOlt JACKKTS AM) TIUMMING8.
The present mode of trimming waiats Is
so distinctive that It requires a description.
It consists principally In some form of a
bertha or litct Ilex, and these are mi com
plex. in nppcitruuce as to frighten the nov
ice, yet tlicv are really simple when one un
derstands the first prlncl; . which Is tliN
thu half circle. All thu berthas ami hlli
plaited capes and like trimming gain tlie'r
style by the plaiting of goods that urn t
out In u Ik. If tltcle, inlhi.t v.hiit Is a simjl
plait at the point hccouusii lurgoand loo-e
one at the outer dge. The diagram shows
ono htylcof till trimming both applied und
In outline, and with that us a guide every
woiiiuiicaii iiinK-rstiind the principle, und
the cleverone Wnl vary It according to the
needs of I he case. TIiI'm-ui he applied ti
high or low necks for children und old wo
men. Itcaii be plain, H-limued with lace,
frlugoor tmsveimuterlc, frltcuu be Until
with coiituistiiig umteiittl. The corners
may be cut olT, or it may be vnmlyked.
There Is no limit to the variations an Intel
lieut dressmaker niuy evolve. Made of
wldo luce over lljjht silk It would garnish
the plainest frock.
ulstx are inude wllli high collars it ml
with the neck cutqulto low, llnlshed with
Fl1"1'-, TUs latter require little caiv.im
' the neck bns but to be piped or bound, but
i tbe b,,, coIlm. rwulIrt,J MH;cUil treatment
It must be made with a silk linlug, a wlguti
or, crinoline Interlining and the outside.
I get her, thu Interlining on the other shin.
fltlfl ol1,ulilia am Iiiik,m.1 mi t i.
Then It should be stitched around the uir
per edge, beuliinlng from the center und
sewing forward. Then turn thecollar, lirlng
lug the lining ou one klde and the dress
goods on thu other. Haste this atrouuly
, wltbUiuniitMdcuml interlining together to
lA ai-tltt 1 .. til III tflt 1. .. .... nl. I. 1........1
, u.rof the collar, carrying it forward from
' each side from tho ceiiU-rseam in the back,
Then face it down very neatly.
I l,Tf),f'!,erJV.in, Ju '"jr
the fronts of tho waist before she puts t.'e
J collar ou to see If they urc exactly nllae.
Otherwise she will huvo to rip It off, hihI it
i "-v . r"wciiKini.
Tho finish of a basaueisa very ucnous
job, and the curefuldrchsmukcr will scethu
the lliilshiug totichestotho basque or wa t
are put on lieforetlieskfrtlsdoue, fori.il ,c
rush und htiriy of the hut work some, detail
may bo slighted and spoil theappearaucei.f
Whether buttons or books are used as fu-
i tetilug depends upon thest)Ioof wuls,, !
I the iiictof waists now close Invisibly wit il
1 hooks. Th space where these are to be
Mjwcii on stioutil uoniurkeil with a iilue i. u ,
' ell st exact dl-tuucej. They can never U-
! M'wcl on correctly "by theeye,"and put on
uiiuveniy tuey pucker the waist. ,
Moun a'n lt)so Pine Apple Is better
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BLOCH Ss ICOHIV'S
Pxore3iflii-vsB Dry Gooda EJmporlunit
1141 AND 1143 O STREET
BED ROOM SETS,
OF ALb KINDS.
AND A COMPLBTIi MNK OI:
J tv-MW JH-yiKS ANi) WASY TEWTS.:g
I4TH AND M STREETS, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
This is u very lino estiibleshuient probably better than anything of tho kind
in tho world.
Capacity, l,f00 baths daily.
Artesian mineral wider is used.
Separate accommodations uro provided for both rexes.
Tne Gi'ontlLlviriiEo llcttlt
Holds ulxjut u ouurter of 11 million gallons of Sen Green Salt Water,
And is nearly IW) feet long, J0 feet wide und tli toll feet deej).
Ub clour us a crystal, too.
There uro some spring boards, trapeze und automatic needle butli in this do
purtmont. Tlio Bed RooniM
Are for transients who do not earn to leuve the building after 11 buth.
Puticnts taking treatment tiso them uls;i.
And many other diseases cun be CURED in the Hot Salt Department.
Now we're coming down to business.
Mnrblo wnlls, Mosaic Uoors, rich Rugs, Carpets mid Draperies.
Greut tiro places, easy chairs and clivuus.
All sorts of baths uro given. Tlieic is also 11 BARBER SHOP.
Ladies' Huir Dressing Depiirtinenl, ami even 11 Municuit,ChiroMdist and
LjiinoheM A.i3 Served
And Turkish coffee und lots of other things good to eut und diink,
And the half hasn't been told.
W liwlto you - -
to hiNfieot oup Now
MISSES AND OHILDIIEN.
'.Tlao lcttosat Iclorsss,
SPECIRL KHS 10 Wl BUYERS.
FULL LINE OF
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