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OLMrlJB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER
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Hy special atrniiKeiiient with the Mulr-Cowln Company ol this city,
THIS COUNIl:l( Is able to make the followlnc, extraordinary prcniluni
To every New Subscriber who pays SO Gents In advance for three
month' subscription, we will p;lve as a premium a beautiful after
dinner china cup and saucer, hand decorated. These cups and saucers
cannot be purchased for less than 75 cents or $1.00. Gall at the office
and sec them. Courlerl'ubi Co.,
luoi O Htrovt.
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Tlio fancy bull dresses designed for
tho mld-wlntcr feHtlvul hciiboii uro par
tlciilnrly fiiHolnutiiiK, for they uro Krueo
fill and ttccnutlnp;. Naturally our inodclH
uro presented In Ii1k1i.i'Iiikh materials,
but each dtesH can bo duplicated In Inox
poimlvo HtutTH, If ouo cannot ulTord tho
inoro iMwtly fabrics.
In iiuiny Instances tho foundation
dress can bo lined for otlior purposes,
after It Iiiih served iih a fancy coHtiuno,
mid to lenvo It frco from UIoiiiIhIi It Ih
woll to how nil docorutlvo features on to
u not, instead of pliiolne; thoin directly
on tho dress (jowls.
For iiiHtuuco, If ii dresH Iiiih spanKles
or stars over tho HUlrt, lot these ornn
iiicntH bo secured to not drapery, which
enn bo oiiHlly roinovcdj or, If bordorB of
embroidery uro deBired, luivo them in
bands or BectloiiB, and biiHto on hi
Tho Von ii y LinUta' Journal IoIIb of
B0I1H1 IllOHt exquisite toilettes. EiiHtcrn
Night wears it dresH of deep nziiro-bluo
faille, sttulded with silver ntarti, mid
showing on each side it panel of blue
veliitlnii, edged with it bund of pink
Bilkf uiul pink and flilver embroidery.
A scurf of pink, white and silver j?aire
1b loosely knotted at tho Hide, ami edged
with silver. A shooting star hi Bllver Ib
embroidered on tho bodice, and a
zouave of blue volutinit Ib edged with
Bllver grolot fringe and Bttidded with
Tho long-hanging hIcovoh of mauve
gauze uro pulTed on tho HhouldorB, mid
edged with Bllver frlngo. Upon hor
lovely blonde hair tho lady weara a
turban of mauve-spangled gauze,
llnlshed in front with it largo silver
crescent and star. Tho accessories to
this suit consist of u silver necklace,
snuko biaceletB, inauvo gloves, silver
shoos, and a spour of blue and white or
liver, surmounted with n pink-and-whlto
A quaint-looking suit is that of tho
Troubadour. Thoskirtisot tan-colored,
thin sorgo, patched In front and ragged
at tho odgo. A scurf of multi-colored
stripod cotton, finished ut tho ends with
pompons, Is knotted at tho sido. Tho
full undor-botfice of white nainsook is
worn under an ovor-bodico of velutinu,
which is Incod in front, being cut low,
und finished with it tum-dowu collar.
Tho slcoves of nainsook uro flnlBhed at
tho top with large whlto pompons. A
red silk handkerchief Ib tied, round tho
head, under it largo brown folt hut,
which is trimmed with two heron
plumeB uud rosotto. Brown shoes and
stockings complete tho costume, and
tho troubadour cnnicH a mandolin in
Tho dress Hiintu.u wears Im pietty
and inexpensive. Tho short skirt is of
green cashineio with punier drapery of
poppy led cashmeio; tho apron Is of
Itniuuu embroldory edged with frmge.
A coiselet of black velvet Ih laced iiciosh
with ted, showing a full chemisette of
lino nainsook with an over bodice of red
pongee. Tho sleeves mo vor.v full, ami
mo llnlshed with culm of black velvet or
velutiua. Tho head dress is of nain
sook, and tho stockings and shoes mo
green with variegated strappings.
Very graceful is tho Mowing gmb of a
(ireok maiden. Tho umlordrcss Isof red
pongee, embroidered ut tho hem with
gold thread. Tho drapery is of white
croiou, llnlshed with it border in ke
pattern hi red silk. This drapery Is
fastened on tho shoulders with gold
agrafes, and tho armlets, suako brace
lets and tho baud around tho throat mo
of gold. Tho hair of tho lovely wearer
is parted in the middle, waved ami
knotted loosely at tho back, and is orna
mented with it gilt tlllet. On tho feet
uro flesh-colored silk stockings uud suu
dills. An intensely American girl with dark
complexion will fancy tho gurb of the
Wild West huntress. Tho skirt or this
odd dress isof blue veiling, trimmed at
the foot with vandj ko bauds of gold
braid and led ribbon. Tho full bodice
of spotted veiling issccured by a leather
waistband fastened with u jeweled clasp.
Over this Is worn a cloak of fancy cloth
edged with red galloon. Hy way of
ornament she wems a necklace of fish
bones and beads, bracelets of beads and
it headdress of feathers uud gold. Tho
tomahawk is slipped in tho belt, tho
quiver Biting at tho back, and she carries
tho bow in hor band.
Tho Egyptian princosn wcitrn a really
elegant dress of Btrlpedsllk embroidered
with gold ut tho toot. Tho drapery uud
train uro of bayadere striped pekiu
edged with fancy gold fringe. The
bodice is of satin with chemisette of
richly embroidered silk. The giidlo Ih
of striped satin, embroidered with gold,
and fastened with it gold clasp. The
capo of embroidered satin has drapery
of white gauze, and Ib fastened in front
with it gilt clasp. Tho head-dress Ib of
satin, edged with gold, and finished with
u gilt oriiiimont, and tho bracelets uro
of bluo-uud-white enamel und gold.
Flesh colored Bilk stockings aro worn
with sandals, und in tho hand Ib carried
it stulT of whito-cuumolcd wood (hushed
with an Egyptian ornament. This cos
tume is very striking, and can bo worn
to advantage by it statoly, dark-ejed
Purely vegetable Hood's Pills 25c.
IB II IE
Society Ih ever seeking something now
in tho entertainment line. Afternoon
tea has become u part of tho day's
routine, sit) Hi ho New York llcmhl, and
cannot beconsideied in tho light of on
teitainiueut, so meager Is the faie allow
able at those most unsatisfactoiy func
A newer fad with feminine devotees
of fashion is the small iufoimal luncheon
served in tho early afternoon. It forms
a pleasant icluxatiou fiom the loundsot
calls, etc., uud olleis moio inviting to
fieshinent than paper) slices or hi cud
uud cups of too often miseiublo tea.
At the piesent these luncheons mo
strictly feminine alTairs. This is the way
tho invitations read:
MltS. UOI.AM) l)i: UOIi.VNl),
. Ml Avenue Do l'ejster. Thtirsdajs.
Luncheon, 'J lo I,
These luncheons aro as elegant as one
can alToid to inako them, aro alvva)H
cold, with the exception of tho tea und
colTce. Sautorno und clmet mo the
only wines used and they mo on tho
bullet and not on tho table.
Tho table, which is set in the middle
of tho dining room, is always deeoratcd
with tlowers, and tho dishes ate made iih
attractive us possible. Theieisalso an
endless vurii t of dishes that may bo
served ut such mi entertainment. The
following bill of fine will servo for one
In cups, mill.
Ilollml Hum. Honst Href.
('renin mul (lurKiHizolu,
Iru Cream in I'orms.
Collet). Timi. Chocolate.
These luncheons are informal aliuirs,
and tho guests will bervo themselves
without trouble, und it is only necessary
to liuvo ono waiter or waitress about,
who should ulvviijB bo ready to serve tho
vviuo and other beverages fiom tho
buiret mid side tables and to remove tho
dishes and to keep the table in older
and to carve if requited.
(.'incKr.N Salad There should bo
two bowls of tho salad, and tho mayon
naise should bo put on tho salad when
It goes on to tho table. To make tho
salad have tho chicken boiled tho day
piovloiiH and set away in a cold place;
when ready to make tho salad remove
all the skin fiom the chicken, cut it in
small dice In a largo bowl, season with
salt and pepper, a little oil and tanagon
vinegar, and add some small capers.
Then cut jour celery in dice and ink It
with the chicken. Put it in the salad
bowls and piess it down a little with
jour hands around the sides so It is the
shape of a mound, dust befoie jou put
it on tho table pour the majouuaiso
over it and decorate it with olives from
which tho pits have been lemovcd, with
hard-boiled eggs cut in quarters and
lemons cut in the same way, with seeds
lemovcd. Garnish the edge of the bowl
with white lettuce leaves.
Have tho joints all cooked the day be
foro and served whole. Garnish them
handsomely with parsley mid a little
jaucliu favors. Hull it whole salmon
und lay it on a long platter in a bed'
of lettuce leaves. Pour over It a bottle
of capers or some tarragon vinegar.
Decorate it handsomely with sliced
lemon hard-boiled eggs cut in length
way slices and some HprigH of painloy.
Stand the dish of majonuaise dressing
near it so ono may use it as liked.
Wlmt llo You InUf
Medicine for? Hecauso you mo sick
and want to got well, or because von
wish to prevent illness. Then remem
ber that Hood's Sarsapaiilla cures all
diseUBis caused by impure blood and
debility of the svstein. It is not what
its pioprietors say but what Hood's
Sarsapaiilla does, that tells tho story of
Its merits. Ho sure to get Hood's and
Via the Missouri Pacific On tho
Becond Tuesday in December 18i.'l,
January, Febuary, March, Ap-il and
May 181)1 tho Missouri Pacific unite
will sell round trip tickets to all stations
In Texas with llnal limit to return in .'(0
days from date of sale. Stop over are
ullowed in Arkansas, Toxub uud Okla
homa, New Mexico and Indian Terri
tory. Como and tako a trip to the
south. Phi i. Da.niklb, C. P. & T. A.
Thk Couhiki: can furnish pleasant
and profitable outside einplojment to
ono or two young men or women.
For Texas points tako the Missouri
Pacillc route. City ticket ollice 1201 O
For all social doings tho Nebiasku
fltutn band or orchestra is what is
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after-dinner cup and situcer
of the tlnest china Kiven
away free to every new sult
bciibertoTiiK CoritiMt who
puyB fit) centH in advance for
three mouth'H subscription.
These cups and sauceis can
not ho purchased for less
than 7.r) cents or tfl. Sam
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