The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, February 05, 1898, Page 4, Image 7

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ECONOMY MAKES AN EASY CHAIR FOR OLD AGE
And if you wish to be economical you must trade where you can get the most of the best
for your mone-. Wc have just received a large amount of our new spring goods which
makes our stock complete and thoroughly up to date, as it has always been before. Call
and inspect our stock as it always gives us great pleasure to become better ac
quainted with the people and in turn have them better acquainted with us and our
manner of doing business.
We extend a most cordial invitation to all.
DRESS GOODS
We have just received a full line of new Spring Dress Goods which we are confident meet
the approval of our patrons. As it has been our good fortune io secure direct from the
manufacturers the first products of the looms which have turned out the newest weaves,
colors, combinations of colors and designs. Our reputation for putting on sale only such
qualities as are most desirable will not in this instance 1)2 impaired, but will be still fur
ther established. As this season's goods excel the makes of all past seasons it w'll un
doubtedly stand everybody in good stead to make their purchases earl' in order to secure
the bsst of the season's productions
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25c a yard.
10) pieces of new Spring Novel
tic i in all desirable colors, ex
callent valua for the price, p.T
yard
49c a yard.
203 pieces o! New Spring Novel
ties, good weight an 1 at the
price cannot but bj sat'sfic
tory, per yard 49i
75c a yard.
150 pieces of New Spring Novel
ties, go 3d heavy weight, extra
good quality and all tnat could
be desire 1 in co'.orj, par yard. .. 75s
98; a yard.
103 pieces of New Spring Novel
tie?, excellent quality, exquisite
designs and col ora, extra ordi
nary goo 1 value, peryard 93i
Hi BLACK DRESS GOODS
25c i yard.
59 pieces p'ain all wool black dress
goods, good black and sift finish
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35c a yard.
50 po:c3 plain all wool black drcsi
gocda, god b!a:k, floe luster,
per yard 35c
49c a yard.
75 pieces nla'to all wool blac'x dreES
g.:ols, fine, eofr, very pretty fin
ish, per yard 49a
63c a yard,
ino piocea plain all wool black
dres3 goods, good black, good
soft finish, per yard ..G3j
75c a )rard.
103 pieces p'ain all wool black
dress golds, good weight, Mae
finish, a bargain at 75c
FIGURED BH DISS GOODS
43c a yard.
50 pieces all wool figure J blick
drees goods, small and medium
designs, per yard 43c
49c a yard.
75 pi ices all wool figured black
dress goods, medium and smjll
designs, a variety of patterns,
perjard 49c
75c a yard.
75 pieces all wocl figured black
dresa goods, large, medium and
small designs in great variety of
pattern', excellent quality, a yd. 75c
98c a yard.
59 pieces all wool figured black
dresj goods, large, medium and
small designs, tine soft finish,
very desirable patterns.excellent
quality, per yard 93c
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and was ably discussed by each and
every member o! the club. This depart
ment is in charge of Aire. Grimison.
Any club woman, enthusiasts upon
tne subject of current events, would
confer a great favor should the com
municate with Mrs. GrimiEon with re
gard to her method of Landling that
subject careful'y. The club voted fo
extend an invitation to Ihs "husbands'
to be present at the next regular meet
ing. .After the rendition of the program
ro!retha:e:its will be served and Euch a
social time enjoyed as would ie ex
pected of a "mixed club."
f)a Tuesday evening the Derthick
club cf Omaha, held a meeting at the
Haydn annex. Tho program was in
charge of Mre. L. A. Lent, and the
musical numbers selected from tho works
of Docizetti and Meyerbeer. Mre. Lent
web assisted by Mart'n Cahc, Micses
Bowcn, Van Kuran, Allen, Palmer acd
Mre. Cotton, who sang the great Shadow
sorg from "Dinorab," by Meycrbo;r.
According to Harper's Bazar, tbo new
Wcmau't club just formed in Pa-is,
called "Les Femiuister,' is conducted
very much like our department clubs.
Three committees supervise the wotk of
the club those cf Drama, Lyric Art and
Literature. Madame Augusta Holmes is
chairman of the Lyric Art Commit'.e?,
and under its auspices works Ly women
composers will bn produced. An ar
rangement is mdo with the manage
ment of ono of the Paris theatres by
which, under the auspices of tho Dra
matic Committee, plays, written by wo
men are given. Under the control of a
tLird department, there will be present
ed an important course o lectures. The
honorary president is Madame Adam,
probably the mo3t brilliant Frenih wo
man of her day. The president is Ma
dame Dermon-Breton.
The German government is arranging
for partial university co-education. The
authorities have decided that women
henceforth shall be allowed to attend
university lectures is guests, with tho
permission of the rector and the profes
sors. The imperial chancellor is also
arranging for the federal government's
granting women diplomas and if the re
suit proves eatisfactiry, further measures
will be probable.
The Tuecday Musical club of Denver,
will devote tho greater part of its next
meeting to the study of Brahm3, and
with him finish thsir study of tho Ger
man school. The French composers are
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