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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1898)
ben were elected, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Lin
cola Frost and Miss Annie Miller. The
topic of the afternoon was postponed
till that day fortnight when the City
Improvement association will be discuss
eii at Mrs. Bell's.
The Fortnightly of this city met with
Mrs. Barbour Friday, October 21, and
listened to an able address by Mrs. A.
W. Field on the history of the Russian
Pr'ces 753, 50c, 35c and 25c.
sale Wednesday evening.
THE OLIVER THEATRE
JN. 9 WEEK. J. Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONbY I
Monday, Ootober3l. r T
Mr. Roland Reed
Roland Reed will present for the first
time here at the Oliver theatre on Mon
day evening, October 3lBt, a new comedy
by Madame Lucette Ryley called "The
Voyagers.' The scenes of the play are
laid in San Francisco and Honolulu.
The entire production has been under
i-f jf r " -
It is was a pity that the storm of Mon
day night prevented so many of Lin
coln's music lovers from attending the
concert given at the Oliver by Miss
Louise Brehany and her company for
the program was both interesting and
enjoyable. Mr. Sauvlet, the pianist,
was more technical than musical in his
performance. His skill in the manipu
lation of the keys is quite remarkable,
but there is lack of the spirit. His ac
companiments were well played except
that in some instances the piano was too
strong for the voices. Miss Pringle, the
violinist, is a talented young girl who
makes the mistake of resorting to tricks
and maneuvring to capture her audi
ence; she won an encore and responded
by playing the Intermezzo' from Cava
leria Rusticana. Mr. Dethlefs has many
friends in L ncoln who are always glad
of an opportunity to hear him sing. On
this occasion he was evidently em
harassed and his stage presence was not
pleasing, but his voice is good, very
good, and bis vocal efforts were thor
oughly appreciated and the "Son of the
Desert," which he sang as an encore,
was given with power and feeling. Miss
Brehany was a plewant surprise to those
who had not heard her. She is pretty,
sweet and modest in appearance, is the
possessor of a pure full voice which
easily carried to the farthest corner of
the room. She has it well under con
trol. Her Aria from U'Guarny so pleas
ed the audience that she was obliged to
respond to a double encore. Miss Jessie
Waters sang the well known "BeL Bag
gk" so pleasingly that she was recalled
aad sang "The Summer Girl.' The
tenor, Mr. Abcill, gave one a tight feel
is in the throat caused doubtlees by
the apparent effort on his part to pro
duce a big tone when his vosal organs
are capable only of something leas. He
waa more pleasing in the act from Mar
tha than in the duet with Mr. Dethlefs.
One act from an opera is never satisfying
aad I wonder why all companies who
want to give an operatic part choose this
particular thing from Martha; however,
Lincoln haa had a dearth of opera and
the aadieace enjoyed this treat.
The pleasure of doing good is an ex
penditure that will bring its own reward,
for what pleasure can be greater than to
know that somewhere a ray of sunshine
has been flashed into a sad, sorrowing
heart? That is the mission thafO'e
Oteson' is performing this season,
throwing search light flashes of wit and
humor as an antidote for the blues, with
the reealt that it fills theatres every
where with audiences loud in praises of
the sumptuous surroundings given the
mrivaL The comedy has never been in
terpreted by as clever a company as
sow, and the specialties are exception
ally meritorious. "Ole" will welcome
old and new friends at the Oliver Thea
t re aext Friday evening, November 4th.
Curea P1U Hatbtt,
CocstipatioB, hilliouBness and cerrous
aras. Action not followed by costive-
ess. Doubt it? Try it Sample free.
Druggists. 25c. or address ANTI-PILL
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the personal supervision of the author.
The cast includes Mies Isadore RuBh,
Mrs. Mary Myers, Alethea Luce, Robert
Cotton, Charles Lothian, Ljnn Pratt,
Julian Reed, Sheridan Tupper, L. P.
Hicks, James Douglas, plantation bands,
natives, etc. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
and 25s. Seats now on sale at box
First Publication Oct. 29. 4
In the District Court of Lancaster
Benjamin Lombard, Jr.,
Alice B, Pearce, Frank f N0TICE
Pearce, et a!., ,
Alice R. Pearce and Frank Pearce will
take notice that on the 22d day of Octo
ber, 1898, Benjamin Lombard, Jr.. plain
tiff herein, filed his petition in the Dis
trict Court of Lancaster county, Nebras
ka, against said defendants, et al , the
object and prayer of which are to fore
close a certain mortgage executed by the
defendants, Alice R. Pearce and Frank
Pearce, to the Lombard Investment
Company and as.igoed to plaintiff, jpon
the following described rial estate, own
ed by them, situated in the county of
Lancaster, snd state of Nebraska, to wit:
Lot number four (4), in blopk number
cine (9), in Sunnyside Addition to the
city of Lincoln, east of the Sixth princi
pal meridian, to secure the pajment of a
certain promissory note, with coupons
attached, dated September 20, 1888, for
the sum of $800.00, and due and payable
on the 1st day oc October, 1893; lhat
there is now due upon paid note and
mortgage the sum of $800.00. with inter
est from October 1,1897, and the further
sum of $26.30 with interest from Sep
tember 12, 1898, for taxes, and the furth
er sum of $3.00 with interest at 10 per
cent from June 25, 1893, for insurance;
for which sums, with interest from this
date, plaint-ff prays for a decree that de
fendants be required to pay the same,
or that said premises may be sold to
satisfy tbe amount due.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 5th day of Decern,
BENJAMIN LOMBARD, Jk.
By A. B. Coffroth, h"i6 Attorney.
BOTH MEN JOSD WOMEN. If you
are willing to work, we can give you
employment with GOOD PAY, and
you can work all or part time, and at
home or-traveling. The work is light
and easy. Write at once for terms
1HE HAWKS NURSERY COMPANY
r supported by
and and excellent company.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Frltiaj.', November 4.
Positively the Last Time Here
WITH NEW PBATUEES
TIES. A GREAT OAST
Hiss St. George Hussey.
Prices: 75c, 50c, 35c. 25c. seats on sale Wednesday a. m.
J. . REJHorM.
Hello 738. 930 P Street.
Pays highest prices for good second hand furni
ture and stoves and will give you in exchange any
thing new for your old.
Do you know where
Is? Well, it is the place to
get a Good Shampoo or your
Hair Singed And TDj-ea-tedC
This eradicates dandruff and will maka your hair SOFT and GLOSSY. It is
the place to get a good MASSAGE to keep your skin soft and white. Also BODY
MASSAGE and VAPOR BATHS to build you up and clear you aHnttta time
time of the year. MANICURE and MASSAGE for the hands, to shape the nails
and make the hand soft and white. The FACE BLEACHED, FRECKLES and
PIMPLES removed, leaving the skin clear, soft and white. The hair dressed and
beautified or powdered for parties.
The best line of Switches, Curie and Bangs, Toilet Waters, Perfumes Trinles
Extracts, Powde-, Hair Tonics, Soap, Hairpins, real Shell Ornaments.' Combs
etc. Wigs, Switches, Curls or anything of the kind made to ordr.
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