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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1898)
In our notion department we
have just placed on sale the
most attractive line of belt
buckles and belt sets which we
have been able to secure since
the demand for these goods
became so great. In fancy
enameled the prices are 25c,
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00;
$1.15, $1.25 and up to $3.50.
In cut steel we have choice
patterns at 50c, 60c, 65c, 75c,
90c, $1.00, $1.25 and up to 3.
MlbkER & PAINE
NEBRASKA WESLYAN UNIVERSITY
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
ONE OP THE LARGEST SCHOOLS OP MUSIC IN THE WEST AND
THE NUMBER OP PUPILS CONSTANT INCREASING. ONE REA
SON FOB THIS LARGE INCREASE IS THAT THE METHODS OP IN
STRUCTION IN USE HERE ARE THOSE OF THE BEST EUROPEAN
CONSERVATORIES, BY WHICH PUPILS ARE ADVANCED IN THE
MOST THOROUGH AND RAPH) MANNER POSSIBLE, AND aRE
NEVER ObLIGED TO GO OVER THE SAME GROUND SEVERAL
TIMES, AS IS OFTEN THE CASE BECAUSE OF Ite-'RoPER IN
STRUCTION. EVERY BRANCH OF MUSIC, VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL AND THE
ORETICAL TAUGHT, WITH MANY FREE ADVANTAGES.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR GIVING FULL INFORMATION TO
0REN E. LOCKE, Director, University Place. Nebr.
Fancy Groceries, IS to.
5 Tel. 192. 131-133 North Fourteenth Street. Lincoln
Fine Teas and Coffees a Specialty.
And North Pacific Coast
Points take the
Elegant equipment. Pullman service.
Chair can free.
Through service to California points
and Portland, Oregon, in Tourist
BEST LINE FOB AT.ARKA
Send at once for a new f blder of tbs
If you want to get a farm in Kansas
Oklahoma or Texas, send for oor
Emigration Folder. Address
JOHN SEBASTIAN. G. P. A.
REDUCED RATES TO GRAND EN
CAMPMENT MINING DISTRICT
The Union Pacific will sell tickets at
one fare for the round trip, plus 15.00,
from all points in Kansas, Nebraska,
Colorado and Utah to Rawlins, Wyo.
Dates on which tickets will be Bold are
1st and 3rd Tuesdays in June, July,
Aug., Sept, Oct. snd Nov. Stage line
daily except Sunday each way between
Rawlins and Grand Encampment.
For full information call on or address
E. B. Slossov,
HOTOG APHS OFBABIES
PHOTOGRAPHS OF GROUPS
129 South Eleventh Street.
6b UBS. papers were read by Mrs. M. J. Santa
and Mrs. Markham on history remote
Continued from page 5. "d re5fnt ? Cuba- Alto nlptory
1 I Porto Rico by Mrs. Maud Sherman.
Switzerland and Mexico were given by Music a solo by Mrs. Thorn. As in-
Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Newell, while tereetiug report of the National House-
Mlas Gaas in her ettremely interesting ho,d Economics Association, held at
way presented at length a description of Omaha, the 13th and ltth, waa read by
the United States government from the Mr- Treadwell. Our club sent no dele.
fimt colonial institution until the pres- Rate to that meeting. This report waa
enttlme. Her paper was both concise ad by special request.
and exhaustive and showed perfect
familiarity with the subject. 'Ih regular semi-monthly meeting of
Current Topics wereably discussed by the City Improvement society waa held
a number of the members, and much en 'ast weelf Q the Union Commercial club
joyment was given by the excellent rom" th the president, Mrs. W. L.
music furnished by the Mozart club. Taylor, in the chair. In Bpite of the
threatening weather and limited attend-
The Amateur Musical club of York nce. the mting proved of great inter
met Monday afternoon, October 24th, in f6' Attnt,on WM called to the mis
the new club rooms in Rogers hall. A taen.the1.,!pofti ot the Ia8t meetiD?
Mne new Shaw piano furnished by Mr. whlch, lmph th?t,,tter bad been ob
Matthewsof Lincoln was used for the agTnd oa the hlgh Bcho01 grounds,
tint time. A second piano is to be pro- wher,e" atuth,ait meet,nK special corn
cured before the next meeting, as this mendat,on. had "pressed concern
club uses so much music for two pianos 8. ,he v'Kance of the pupils and the
during tne year, both for four and eight niU"' the complaints had referred to
hands. After the history outline Mon- P.8Pe altered hpasae- by in the
davthe following nmor.. Mn wci-ity of the high school, but not on
mostly by the student members: th"?r0ndf'
Waltz-A flat Moszkowski LTn tMnD and scattering of paper on
Miss Carscadden. sidewalks was discussed, and the
Valse (for violin) .' Bohm "weePin out ot dirk and papers from
Eva Frauw. the b,ocka ' buildings upon the streets
Water Sprites Waltz....." Bohm by Qiton and others, was condemned.
Gertrude Nisser. The society will meet again next Thurs-
) Op. 33, No. 1 Chopin day'
Mazurkas Op. 33. No. 3
) Op. 7, No. 3 " The Frances M. Ford club of Stroms-
Miss Cobb. burg, Neb., waa organized September 19,
Cradle Song Dennee 1898, with a membership of twenty and
Miss Allen. five honorary members. The husbands
Dancirg Stars Godard and gentlemen friends of the ladies take
Bessie Gilbert. part with the club every alternate meet.
Polonaise Bohm ing. The first meeting for active ork
Jennie Doty. was held at the home of the president.
Waltz dee Fieur Ketterer Mrs. N. S. Clark. October 3d, and was
Mrs McCoaaugbey. one of great interest. October 17th the
Cradle Song Lillian Tate Sheldon club mtertained their husbands and
Mrs. Ida Woods. gentlemen friends at the home of Mrs.
Waltz P.T.Buckley; two ladies of the club,
Mabel Pierce. Miss Ruth Haskell and Mrs. N. S. Clark,
Polonaise C sharp minor Chopin entertaining with her. The beautiful
Martha Dayton. home was tastefully decorated with the
club colors. The address of welcome
Mrs. May Wright Sewall will be in was given by the president, Mrs. N. S.
Lincoln Monday, October 31st, and will Clark, in her forcible and graceful man
speak at the Saulsbury block. Twelfth ner. It was responded to most eloquent
and M sheets, at 2 p. m. Mrs. Sewall is ly by Rev. J. H. Presson. A piano solo
the president of the National Council of by Miss Haskell was a gem. An address
Women which has just closed a success- by Mr. Geo. Stratton, with selections
ful congress at Omaha, and she is anx- from Longfellow and James Russell
ioustomeet all tbeladie3of Lincoln Lowell were well received. Then folio w
wbo are interested in the aimB and work ed a vocal solo by Mrs. L. V. Haskell in
of this great organization. her most pleasing style. Dainty refresn-
ments were served and the whole evon-
The North Bend Woman's club met in ing was passed with "a feast ot reason
regular session Saturday, Oct. 15. Roll and a flow of soul." We feel we have
call responded to by quotations about struck the keynote in having our hus
inusic. In our year book this date is bands with us at every alternate meet
down for "Musicale." Reading of min- ins.
utes of last meeting. We then listened
to a beautiful solo by Miss Sherman; The Cosy club of Tecumseh devotes
followed by recitations finely rendered its time this year to a thorough study of
by an elocutionist from Fremont, recent that timely topic, "Spain and the Span
graduate from a Chicago school of elo- iards." em tracing their hietory, Iitera
cution. We were then favored within- tureandart.
strumental and vocal music delightfully The new year books are very artistic
rondered by Miss Blewett, also of Fre- and complete in every detail and give
mont. Committees were then appointed promise of a very proStable year,
by the president to assist each young The first meeting dealt with the
lady in getting up a class in her special geography of Spain and its earliest in
ty. Mrs. Doan reported, as alternate be- habitants with a paper by Mrs. True on
ing at theN.W.F. C. at Omaha the the "Ballads and Legends of Spain."
past week. "I was there through the The lesson brought out a very interest.
'Household Economics,' Thursday and ing discussion, there being a diversity of
Friday. The papers were all most ex- opinion as to who were the very earliest
cellent and at the reception Thursday inhabitants of Spain,
evening the privilege of shaking hands The next meeting will discuss the
and talking with all those grand womeu Barque?, with a paper by Mrs. Harris on
from nearly every state in the union ere- "Basque Folk Lore.'
ated sympathy and strengthened the un-
ity of the clubs federation movement. Lincoln Sorosis met on Tuesday after-
noon with Mrs. J E. Miller. The ses-
The North Bend Woman's club met in sion was entirely devoted to business.
regular session Saturday, October 22nd. It was decided to hold the annual ban
Roll call answered by current events, quet on Friday, November 11th, at the
It was History day. Most excellent home of Mrs. Sawyer. Three new mem-
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