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THE COU - :.
Joe Mason reports from Chattanooga
that Major R. E. Giffen, of Lincoln
dropped into Chattanooga yesterday,
coming directly rrom Chicago He will
will report for assignment to General
Brooke this morning. It is claimed here
that Major Giffen may succeed Lieuten
ant Colonel Senn as chief surgeon of the
camp. Several of the boys called on
Major Giffen at his room in be Read
house last night. Of course he was
glad to see them. He said ho was as
signed to the Sixth corps under Gen
eral Wilson, but an this corps is known
only on paper, he expected to be given
some real work to do at Laiter hospital.
Then he showed the boys his outfit. It
is one of the most completo on the
grounds, consisting of ths blue regula
tion uniform, a white duck, a white
duck, a white cloth suit resembling
closely woven Clay worsted, and a
Khakle with Bedford cord trousers. His
riding boots, gauntlets, spurs and other
equipments were just as complete and
composed of as fine material as his uni
forms. It isevihentthat ho intends to
enter the service well equipped.
Nat Mansfield, of whom Lincoln peo
ple have very pleasant memories gained
in times when he used to visit his sister,
Mrs. Mosher, sails today for Geneva.
After Wheeling from there through
Switzerland and down the Rhine he
will sale from Hamburg the Inst of
August. In the meanwhile Miss Lyle
Mansfield and Mrs. Mansfield will spend
the summer in some cool eaetern placo
and the first of October will find them
in Omaha for the purpose of visiting
the exposition .
Dentist Hill moved over Miller & Paine
Mre. Brevoort arrived on Friday to
visit Mrs. D- D. Muir.
Mr. C. H. Imhoff has returned from
a visit with his family at Evanston,Ill.
Mre. fi. G. Kettring, of South Bend,
Ind.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Dr. and Mis. Halstead and son are in
Terre Haute, Ind., visiting with relatives
Miss Littie Wightman, of Sidney,
Iowa, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. A.
Miss Elizabeth Bontell has returned
to Chicago after a pleasant visit with
Miss Charlotte Clark.
Miss Selma Wiggechom, who was vis
iting friends here for a few days, has re
turned to Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Truo have been
been the guests of the latter's parents
for the past week.
Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Stein and daughter
lefton Wednesday for Alexandria, Minn.,
for an extended visit.
Miss Price, who has made many warm
friends in hpr visits to Lincoln, is now
visitine Mrs. W. M. Leonard.
Miss Lottie and Margaret Whedon
left on Thursday afternoon for Ohio to
visit with friends during the summer.
H. M. Betts, optician, cor. 13th & N.
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Hyatt have returned
from their wedding trip through the re
gion near Denver and Colorado Springs.
Miss Margaret Winger entertained a
few friends informally on Tuesday morn
ing, for her guest, Miss Trelle Holdbrook,
of Falls City.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Funke spread a
picnic lunch in their lawn on the Fourth
of July and shared both with a few
Friends of Mr. L. C. Richards are
glad to hear that ho is rapidly conva
lescing from a threatened attack of
Some of the Pleasant Hour people
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is marked by the constantly increasing- volume of business, each day
being- greater than the previous one and as the sale grows older the in
terest becomes greater. Think of the money saving a sale of this kind
means; think of the values offered and of the opportunity to secure the
verv best and most seasonable merchandise at less than wholesale.
IS?HNT F- DISCOUNT OE
14 Off. 14 Off.
LINING CAMBRICS 2e
and all other
- CpAll dress trimmings, braids, garnitures, ornaments, etc.
I 5 Vrl Then the price reductions that prevail throughout every
other department in the house represent discounts of from to 4.
To every customer purchasing goods to the amount of $1.00
or more we irive a beautiful portfolio of photographic re-
f the war with Spain. Tins is something which should find room
home. Whv not have it when it costs you absolutely nothing.
drove out to Meadow Brook Tarm on the
afternoon of the Fourth and spent a de
lightful afternoon and evening.
Miss Spaulding, of Pennsylvania, who
has been the guest of Miss Maude Ham
mond, returned to her homo after a very
pleasant visit with her friends.
Dr. A. Ross Hill will leave on Wednes
da for Halirax, X. S., where he will
spend the remainder of the summer. He
will return in the fall with his wife and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smyser and son
willlpavo on Wednesday for Boston.
They will go with Mrs. Smyser's mother
and brother who have been visiting here
for a short time.
The $30 Ideal bicycles, sold by E. R.
Guthrie in large numbers this year, have
given as little trouble as any high grade
wheels. They are thoroughly substan
tial and light running and have the
best of tires, G. & J.
Miss Harwood and Miss Dorrance
Harwood left on Thursday for Tabors,
Michigan, where Miss Harwood will
spend a few weeks before going to Hills
dale where she will spend the rest of the
summer with her grandmother Cook.
Miss Dorrance will remain in Tabors in
charge of her aunt, Mrs. Chas. L. Harris.
Died, at Chickamauga, in the Division
hospital, private Nelson Sawyer, of D
company, Nebraska volunteers, aged
Died on Tuesday morning, July 5,
Stewart S. McConiga, aged seventy
years. Mr. McConiga came to Lincoln
when it was founded. He wa9 the first
registor of deeds in the United States
Died, at the Sanitarium, July 5, from
CBncer, Mrs. A. Marine, of York, aged
55 years. Her son, C. L. Marine, of the
Fourth Missouri Volunteers, returned
from Chickamauga and was with her
when she died. Both mother and son
are well known and loved here.
Determined Net t be Beatea.
Dawson I've seen divers go down
ad stay under water an hour.
JawbOn Pooh! I've been em' go
flown and stay an hour and a half and
imoke all the time.
Dawson I saw one go down a jeer
igo and he has not come up sweet
People of the Midland region will take
special interest in the war articles now
being published by Midland Monthly
The July number contains a splendid
article with six half-page engravings of
the 50th Iowa at Camp Cuba Libre,
LH C PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOG UAPHS OF BABIES
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