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THE SATURDAY MOIfcNKVO
I. M. HAYMO.NH.
0. K. THOMPSON.
B. II. UURNHAM.
I). 0. WINti.
o. r. I UNKO.
2J Assistant Cahlr.
I)lr-rtors4I. M. Itnymonil, K. 1. Hrown, S,
H. Ilumlmtiri I). E. Thompson. ('. U. Unwcn, (!.
II. Mirrlll. A. J. Siw)or, Lew is Gregory, F. .
Little, (i. M. LnmtHTtvm, T. W. Low rey, M. W.
FlflST HflTlOHRL Ml
O AND TENTH STREETS.
E. S. IfAnwoon, President.
I'iiar. A. Hanna, Vlco President.
F. M.Cook, Odder. , , .
0. 8. 1.irrtNcoTT, AsslstnntCashlor,
II. 8. FnrxMAN, AssMnut Cashier.
John IJ. Wright, President.
T. K. 8 imiurs, Vlco President,
J. II. McClat, Cnslitcr.
f, E. Johnson, II. P. Lnu, Thca. Cochran,
E. U. SUor. T. W. Lowrcy,
General Banking Business Transacted.
Collections -a Stecialtt.
8 per cent on Deposit Palil nt the
AND 8AFE DEPOSIT CO.
Cor. F and Elovonth Sts.
TheonlySafc Deposit Vaults in Lincoln
J). S. Hnnrood.
N. C. Ilrock.
W. A. Bollock.
C. T. Hoggs.
O. W. Webster.
II. D. ltnthaway.
J. ',. Hrlscoe.
U. J. Ernst.
II. W. Ilrmrn.
II. O. Phillips.
K. R. Slier.
Henry E. Lewis.
LAD1BS' AND CHILDREN'S
o o o SHAMPOOING
Real Estate Loans
On farms In Eastern Nebraska and Improred
property in Lincoln, (or a term of years.
LOWEST CURRENT RATES.
R. E. AND J. MOCRE.
Cornor EloTCnth and O Streets, Lincoln.
FROM 82.60 TO $4.60.
Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory
N. W. COR. TWELFTH AND O STS.
Old Hats Blocked, Cleaned, Dyed and
mtde as good as new. All hinds
f of Repair Work done.
J. O. Moain1wl
AN1 CAIUNET MAICK:,
Does all kinds ot Repairing Promptly.
All work warranted.
808 Bo. 11 th St.
T. C. KEKN, D. D. S.
Rooms 25 and 26, Burr Block.
WATJT Ts'Q Howtooconomuotlmo!
! IT JXi1jU (j and money so as to see
1? A 1 I J ll, world's fair to best!
; JU ii-LlV. ndvnntngo, is a ones-;
, , , Hon that may havo.
puztledyou. Avoid mistakes by gcttiug;
.posted inndTance. Porhapsthoillustratod.
folder Just Issued by Sunta Fo Routo Is;
what you need, Itcontalns vlowsof world's,
fair buildings, accurata map of Chicago,;
.and otlior in form a- ;
iser'Wft SANTA FE!
:?0,&, K0UTE. I
; and ask (or (rou copy.
Pamphlets describing ths
NEW MEXICO and CALIFORNIA,
May ho had by addressing O. T. Nicholson, O.
P. A T. A A. T. & 8. F. It. R., Topeka, Kansas.
ioullon iiiis paper,
Mr. A. E. Stout la In Dallas, Tux.
Mrs. II. Finney loft Monday for Chi
cago. Mr. W. W. Barnofl loft Wednesday'tor
Denver. " V J - '
Mrs. R. 0. Outoalt loft Wednesday for
Chicago. ' i
Miss Anno Funko loft Wodnosdny for
Mr. C. V. Smith wont to Omtilin
Dr. Palmer Is enjoying n visit lit tho
Mrs. W. W. Peebles loft Thursday for
Mrs. Otto Funko returned last Sunday
Mr. Wright S. Hutchison was In
Mr. J. J. Smith wns it visitor In Lin
coln over Sunday.
Miss Maude Burr returned Wednes
day from Chicago.
Mr. J. E. Market, of Omaha, was in
Mrs. Minerva Boechloy lofl Tuesday
for Tacoma, Wash.
Mr. F. W. Woods is in nttendanco
upon tho world's fair.
Mr. Frank L. Hathaway went to
Kansas City Thursday.
Mr, Alonzo Barnes is spending a fow
days nt tho world's fair.
Mr. W. D. Fitzgerald lert during tho
week for Jho world's fair.
Mr. Phil Wing went to Sioux City
last Sunday on business.
Miss Mary Schlosselman left Wednes
day for Lako City, Minn.
Mrs. F. M. Baldwin loft Monday for
tho Columbian exposition.
Dr. C. A. Shoemaker has returned from
tho Columbian exposition.
Mr. Charles Boohmor loft Wednesday
for a trip through tho cast.
Judgo Lansing loft Saturday for a
brief visit to tho world's fair.
Mrs. J. L. McConnell is enjoying u
visit at Chicago and tho fair.
Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Usher havo re
turned from the world's fair.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Raymond loft
Tuesday for tho world's fair.
Messrs. Harry Long and O. Jones left
Wednesday for Portland, Ore.
Miss Margario Hallctt has returned
from a visit to tho world's fair.
Mr. C. W. Wardwell has returned
from a tour to tho Pacific Coast.
Miss Tnrr, of Oloversville, N. V., is
tho guest of Mrs. J. A. Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McMurtry aro in
attendance upon tho world's fair.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Randall loft for
Battle Crook, Mich., Wednesday.
Mrs. Austin Humphrey left Monday
for a brier visit to tho world's fair.
Mr. D. E. Thompson leaves tomorrow
to join Mrs. Thompson in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. IJ. R. Cowdory and
family havo moved to 1011 C shoot.
Mr. T. A, Edson loaves tomorrow for
a two week's visit in tho White City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wilson have re
turned from ti trip to tho world's fair.
Miss Bessie Tuttlo loft Monday fo--Boston
to lesumo her musical studies.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Holmes aro enjoy
ing a visit at tho Columbian exposition.
Mr. J. T. Mallaliou, of Kearney, spent
a few days in Lincoln during tho week.
Professor Croap, of the Western 'S'or
nial college, left Wednesday for the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Uadley starte'd
Wednesday morning for Lafayette, I ml.
Row and Mrs. C. C. Lasby and son to
turned Thursday from tho world's fair.
Mr. Bert Weston, or Beatrice will
attend tho state university this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coy and daughter
havo returned from a visit to the world'B
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Ladd havo re
turned from a brief visit to tho world's
Mr. John B.Wright lotutned Tues
day from a pleasant visit with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bartholomew re
turned Saturday from tho Columbian
Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Hitte.of Pensacola,
Flu., aro tho guests of tho family of Mr.
T. J. Hitte.
Miss Katharine Weston, of Beatrice
is in tho city pursuing her studios nt tho
Messrs. Willio Meyor, Louie Moyer
and Louio Holwig returned fiom Chi
cago last Monday.
Miss Clortrudo Chambers, of Omaha,
was tho guest of Miss Shoars last Fri
day and Saturday.
Mrs. Thomas Sowell nnd daughter,
Miss Agnes, havo returned from n visit
to tho world's fair.
Mib. Rossi Funko and her daughter,
Mrs. Harris, of Denvor, left Saturday
for tho world's fair.
Miss Corn MoDodd, of Fairbury, will
spend tho winter in this city nnd attend
tho state university.
Miss May Dundy, of Omaha, who was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Hurr, re
turned homo Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Alldor, ot San Jose, Call
fornln, Is visiting hor sister Mrs. O. F.
Quick at li2.11 A street.
Mr. Widter Loose loft Monday for
Chicago, where ho will spend the week
seeing tho world's fair.
Mrs. C. A. Wlrick and daughter left
Thursday for n visit with lelatlves in
Chicago and Aurora, HI.
Mr. Frank Rotholl, cashier of tho
Fiist National bank of Sterling, was In
Lincoln during the week.
Mr. and Mis. MIssner havo loturnod
from tholr bridal tilp, having lsltod
Chicago and other points.
Miss Ura Kelley, of Omaha, has c into
to Lincoln to spend tho winter and
uttend tho state university.
Chaplain and Mrs. DllTcnlmuher re
turned to Lincoln Wednesday from their
summer homo In Hay Springs.
Mr. Charles I). Chandler left Tuesday
for Philadelphia, where ho will attend
tho Hahnemann medical college.
Mrs. Alexander Wilson mil Miss
Jeannotte Wilson returned yesterday
from Chicago and tho world's fair.
Mr. Y. A. Bostrom, formerly of the
Qlohj clothing house, has gone to Chi
cago, which will bo his future homo.
Mrs. Cotter is visiting her uncle
in Indianapolis, I ml. Sho will visit
friends in Tillln, O., before returning.
Miss Flora Miller, who has boon visit
lug hor sister Mrs. J. W. Pierce, loft
Tuesday for her homo in Clear City,
Mr. L. Wessoll, Jr., and tho NobniHkii
stato band wore In Seward Thursday.
Tho band gave a concert at tho county
Mr. Abratn II. Van Alstyn, of Old
Gotham, N. V., is tho guest ot his friend
Mr. William II. At wood at tho Opelt
Mrs. A. H. Mondonhali, Mr. and Mis.
C. H. Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Bert E.
Butts luivo returned from a week's visit
in tho White City.
Mr. S. J. M. Coats who was a resident
of Lincoln about ton years ago, but who
now lives in San Francisco, is tho guest
of Mr. J. N. Dowden.
Mr. and Mis. Frank W. Smith, of
Alliance, stoppod in Llncaln Wednesday
on their way home .from an extended
trip through tho east.
Row R. J. McCready, pastor or tho
First Unite 1 Presbyterian church at
Pawneo City, Is tho guest of State
Mrs. F. W. Bartruir and her guests,
Miss Bukmon nnd Miss Miller, loft Sat
urday for u short visit at the world's
fair, after which tho young lames wm
return to their homo In Philadelphia.
Dr. B. F. Bailey returned Sunday
evening from a two month's trip to
Canada, Now Il'itnpshiic, Boston, Wash
ing and the world's fair. Mrs. Bailoy
accompanied him home from Boston,
whoio she spent tho summer.
Lieutenant J. J. Pershing, who left
Lincoln early in tho summer, returned
home Tuesday. Ho spent the summer
in Chicago, where ho had tho good
fortuno to secure an attachment to tho
Columbian exposition in an oillcial
capacity, a position that carried with it
privileges which tho lieutenant was
specially qualilled to appreciate. Ho
was made a captain ot tho Columbian
guards. Tho lieutenant resumed his
duties at the ' stato university im
mediately upon his loturn.
A neurotic Doubly feurv.
It WW) plain that tho dark man who
tossed uiu'iiolly upon tho bed was nt tho
door cf death.
Already tho light of another world shono
In his oye.i, .mil his breath camo hi Inbored
Tho lawyer bent low to catch every word
tlint foil from tho patient's lips.
"nil my property to go to my eldest
The lawyer made a note of it.
His voice wns very faint now.
"to dlo In tho conviction that she will
get It. Is It asking too much of you"
He turned his fevered (lnuco nppealiugly
upon his legal adviser.
"to marry herf"
Tho lawyer was deeply affected and could
only reply by pressing the hand of his ex
piling client. Detroit Tilhuno.
Mrs. W., dancing with Mr. S., who Is
noted for being almost thu thinnest man
living, slips and to save herself catches
hold of Mr. S.'s legs.
Mrs. W. (trying to apologize nnd blush
ing deeply) I beg your pardon, Mr. S., but
u drowning man will catch at btraus, you
Hood's pills ere all liver ills. 25c.
Sent by in '.II 1 1 rt joipt of price by C. I.
Hood rJ A .iiithocarlos, Lowell, Mass.
W- Jl'2MttVL I,
fA ..VM-UbHB. ti4U: BaZWilslJ
N:v Voiik, Kept. 27. And so wo aro
not to luivo hoop.i this season, and the
skirts iiic coming down to moro icuou
nblo proportions, though they Mill Maud
out unite wide around tho bottom. This
Is tho dictum of fashion, nnd tho ladles
who hnvo been undecided may now make
up tholr fall gowns In ontpiro gores, In
round skirts of straight breadths or tho
circle, or tho skirts may bo plaited. There
Is n wlilo liberty of cholco, But no skirt
is to train on tho sidewalk In tho street.
All dresses to bo worn out of doors
should clear tho ground nt least half mi
inch all around. Bklrtsnro still slightly
BTIUXT AND IIOUHU DUIW9K9.
stiffened around tho bottom by means of
crinoline or wigan. Fow uso tho horse
hair, ns it is such scratchy stuff.
Tho fnvorlto dross material for nice
out of door gowns will doubtless bo
broadcloth in tho beautiful now shades,
ausl after that will cotuo tho changeable
wools, which aro of remarkable beauty
this fall, nnd thoy aro of excellent qual
ity. Tho woolen changeable goods an
durablo for tho first time, ns mohair in
used for tho underlying color instead of
silk. This is quite as lustrous as silk
and gives moro body.
Overskirts to woolen nnd other dresses
aro seen quito often, and they aro looped
either nt ouo sido or in festoons all
around. I took uoto of an imported
walking gown mado in this fashion.
Tho ckirt was of gendnrmo bluo cloth
nnd tho ovcrskirt of modo cloth. This
was looped nt intervals all nround, and
down ench soamwasii very narrowband
of astrakhan. Tho waist was of tan,
with n fanciful ovcrbodico of tho bluo,
with every scam outlined with tho nar
row fur bands. Tho sleeves wero of
soft puffs with thrco stiff littlo enpu nt
tho shoulder, each lined with tho modo
color and with tho bluo outside. The
back of tho corsage was pointed an well
ns tho front. Thero was a short wrap
mado of bluo cloth faced with tho modo,
which could bo thrown over tho shoul
ders if tho day was cool.
1 feaw hnothor odd dress, which goes
to Bhow that fur will bo very largely
employed ns trimming on tho most un
promising kinds of material nnd pattern.
This was n plaid choviot, brown and
mode. Tho skirt was plain, with nil tho
plaits set in tho back. Thero was a
vest of cream colored surah with u belt
of sealskin. Tho Eton jackot had wido
rovers also of sealskin, nnd thero wns a
baud nil around tho skirt of tho snmo
fur Ecnllopcd out and bound on the
edges with n very nent nnd narrow
cream colored velvet binding. Tho plaid
was cut on tho straight, sleeves and nil.
Only tho practiced eyo would pick this
dress out of a hundred ns tho costliest
dress of nil. It was lined with silk nnd
Dntahed in tho most perfect manner.
Thero nro many novelties in furs for
demisaison, among them a fichu capo of
black astrakhan. This crosses over the
bust, and the tab j reach tho back 11111'
fall below tin waist. Tho collnrj are
not ns high or flaring in thoy were, bu
then thoatoz'iu collar.! r.ro not often seen
on early capsj. Tho capea of marten
and other fins stand out nil nround In
tho tamo fetylo us tho cloth cape?, and
thoy naturally cost moro than tho little
close ones ubo 1 to. Tho tiny English fin
collar inndo of a unall "beastio'Ms quite
popular with young folks, and tho feath
er bows will bo very generally worn for
early fall, and in fact.l think, nil tho
all tho season, us thoy aro too becoming
to bo thrown nUdo, nnd they can bo worn
Tho j.ow cloth dresses nro so very re
fined that I cannot refrain from telling
sew cloth uonr.r, dhksses.
of two moro imported models. Ono was
ef old roso cloth, with two sots of but
tons on tho skirt, a full French waist
and n short capo with pearl gray velvet
rovers nnd collar. Iho other was a pnn
cess of drab cloth, with nnrrow fur
strips down each seam. Tho upper part
of tho corsago was of emerald velvet,
ami to wero tho putts to tho sleoves. In
tho back tho surplus fullness of tho skirt
wns laid in fan plaits nt tho waist lino
of tho thrco beams. Tho lining for tho
princess is cut all in ono uul tho upper
part sewn onto tho snmo lining.
The business olllco ot tho Satuudav
Mou.ni.nq CouRii'.it bus boon moved to
1201 O streot,
J' 1 v YW
Proerossilvo Dry Goods Kaiporlttm.
1141 AND II43 0 8TREET
BED IOOM SETS,
OF ALU KINDS.
AND A COMPLHTB I.INIJ OI!
i". LOW PRICKS AM) EASY TERMS, qg
127-120 NORTH FOURTEENTH STREET.
I4TH AND M STREETS, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
This is a or, lino estableshment piolmbh better than anything of tho kind
in the world.
Capaoilx, LfiOO baths ilatlj.
Artesian mineral water is used.
Separate accommodations mo piovided for both i-cm-s.
Tne Gi'ent JPlctitso J3otl
Holds about a iiuaiter of a million gallons of Sea Green Salt Water.
And if, nearly IM) feet long, 20 feet wido and 2) '. to ) foot deep.
Its clear as u crjstal, too.
Thero aro some spring boai ds, traj.ozo and automatic needle bath in this do
1A10 JJOCl KOOUIN
Aro for transient who do not care to leave the building after a bath.
Patients taking treatment use them also,
And many other disease can bo CURED in tho Hot Salt Department.
Tlo Tnlcim Hiiths!
Now we're coming down to businot-s.
Marble walls, Mosaic IIooih, rich Rugs, Carpets and Draperies.
Groat lire places, easy chairs and divans.
All sorts of baths are given. There Is also a HARDER SHOP.
Ladies Hair 1) rot-sing Department, and even a Manicure, Chiropodist and
TwttnclicM Are Set'ved
And Turkish entree and lots of other things good to eat and drink.
And tho halt hasn't boon told.
Wollnvlto you - - -to
'I'llO UfltOHt ICIOflM,
I-,; li'lt'oxt AMMOi'lmont
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 10 BUYERS.
. jM .FULL LINE OF
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