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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1898)
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cut frosa periodicals were exposed. Mies
Agnes Smith, of Crawfordsville, Iod.,
gaessed tbe largest number of pictures
d took tbe first prize and Mm. J. B.
Trickey von tbe consolation prize.
The entertainment given on Wednes
day night by local talent under the di
rection of Charles B. Kendall was very
well presented. The words of Longfel
low's "Evangeline' were read from a
stage box by Mr. Kendall, who came to
Lincoln to direct the presentation of the
. poem The tableaux and pantonine by
which the lines were illustrated bad all
the simplicity and charm of the voire.
Mils Mae Burr was Evangeline and 1
have heard many compliments upon her
performance. The cast included Fred
Cooley, Arthur Walsh, August Hugenow
and Mr. Seamark. Hymns were sung
behind tbe ecenes by a quartette com
posed of Misses Maude Oakley, Henri
etta Hollowbush and Messrs Tuttle and
Williams. Miss Oakley also rendered
a beautiful solo in the deathbed scene.
The entertainment was 'given for St.
Luke's Episcopal church.
The ladies of the Congregational
church gave a very pleasant reception in
the church parlors on Wednesday after
aoon. Mrs. W. B. Ogden and Mrs. B.
F. Bailey were directly responsible for
the good program and chocolate served
the callers. Miss Kingsley was the chair
nan of tbe literary overture and Mrs.
Bowes led tbe discussion on the club
woman in the church and Mies Kingsley
closed with a few practical words on the
church's need of club women and the
club women's need of tbe church. The
social life of this church is stimulated
by the presence of Mrs. Mann, the pas
tor's wife, whose social gifts are supple
menting Mr. Mann's efforts in uniting
the members of a church which baa suf
fered somewhat from lack of interest
Ob Wednesday evening the members
el the B. B. card club enjoyed a bowling
party. Mrs. S. Weasel and Mr. Blum
were the victorious players. Tboce
present were Messrs. and Mesdames L.
J. Heraog, Speier, Wessel, Ksensk , and
C. Mayer; Mr. Simon Mayer, Miss
Mayer, Miss Friend, Mrs. Scblesinger,
Mies Seligsohn. Mr. Schleeinger, Mr.
Glick and Mr. Greenbaum.
Mrs. G. L. Laws gave a tea on Wednes
day evening for her niece, Mrs. James,
ef Richland Center, Wisconsin. Those
eajoyisg Mrs. Laws' hospitality were
Mrs. James, Mrs. J. C. Kier, Mrs. B. R.
Cowdery. Mrs. M. B. Meserve, Mrs. Will
Hardy, Mrs. M. B. Reese, and Mrs.
George H. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Marshall gave a
seven o'clock dinner for Mrs. Charles O.
Robinson. Tbe &uest8 wt-re Mrs. Robir
sea, Mr. and Mis. John B.Wright, Mr.
aad Mrs: W. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mr.
A. J. Buckstaff and Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. B.
Ob Tuesday afternoon Mrs. R. N
Howell gave a very pleasant Kensington
for her sister, Mrs. Miller, of Princeton,
lad. The houm was prettily decorated
wit, chrysanthemums and roses.
Dentist Hill, over Killer fc Paine.
Mrs. Helene Schwab has a complete
stock of embroideries for sale at her
hem ,1806 L street, and will be de
lighted to show them to those interested
ia Christ i a3 work.
OeLoss T. Smith watches, jewelry
and repairing 1140 O street.
fttZQ-ERfM) TON &Q0QS CO
1028-lOaO O St. Ivhicoln, Keti
To reduce one of the largest stocks of new fall and
winter dress goods, we offer to give free with every
novelty dress pattern a .complete set of dress linings.
Why buy limners when vou cano-et them frp TW;,ic
this remarkable offer we will save you money on all dress goods. Buy now.
$7.50 A DRESS PATTERN.
Your choice of any of our
imported novelty dress eroods.
? f including silk and wool mix-'
worth from $1.35 to $1.75 a
yaid, complete, with this list
of linings free:
6 yds of fancy skirting, 15c a yd. . 90c
2 yds of good silesia, 15c a d 30c
1 yds of all linen canvau, 20c a yd 30c
1 3 yd of velveteen 20c
$5.98 A DRESS PATTERN.
Your choice of all imported
novelties, all new and worth
from $1.00 to $1.25 a 3'ard,
complete, with this list of lin
6 yds of skirt cambric, 5c a yard.. 30c
2ydsof good selesta, 15c a yard... 30c
1S yds of all linen canvas, 20c a yd 30c
1 3 jd of velveteen 20c
$4.98 A DRESS PATTERN.
A large assortment of new
colorings and designs in extra
good qualities, worth from 98c
to $1.19 a yard, complete, with
this list of linings free:
G yds of skirt cambric. 5c a yard. . 30c
2 jdsof good selesia, 15c rt jard... 30c
ljydsof all linen canvas, 20c a yd 30c
1 3 yds of velveteen 20c
13.85 A DRESS PATTERN.
150 styles of good service
able novelties, including all
wool checks and stripes. James
town suitings, worth from 55c
to 98c a yard, complete, with
this list of linings free:
6 yds of skirt cambric. 5c a yd . 30
2 ydsof good silesia, 15c a yd ". !
1J ydsall linencnnvas, 20cayd.. .30
yd velveteen 20
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100 styles of all wool and
mixed novelties, a fine assort
ment of medium priced goods,
worth from 50 to 65c a yard,
complete, with this list of lin
6 yds of skirt cambric. 5c a yd 30
2 ds of good silesia, 15c a yu .30
m yds all linen canvas, 20c a yd. . .30
& yd velveteen 20
$225 A DRESS PATrERN.
This is a rice in the reach
of all and includes some splen
did all wool and mixed novel
ties, complete, with this list of
G yds of skirt cambric. 5c a yd 30
2 yds of good silesia, 15c a yd '. 30
yds all linen canvas, 20c a yd. . 30
?ayd velveteen. "20
JVIail Orders Promptly Filled
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coffroth gave a
box party at the Oliver theater Monday
evening for Mrs. Charles O. Robinson
Miss Anne Rivett, hairJreseing and
shampooing, moved from Burr Blk to
the Emporium, 143 South Twelth.
Miss Edna Harpbam, of 154G South
Twenty-second street, entertained at
cards last evening for Miss Retta Moody
Electric wiling, gas and electric fix
tures and lamps a specialty. Korsmeyer
Plumbing and Heating Co., 215 South
On Friday,. November 11, the mem
bers of Sorosis will give their annral
banquet at the borne of Mrs. A. J.
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iTWTomen Folks !
Cure PUl Habit,
CeMtipatioB, btlliossaess and cervous
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Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Webster gave a
dinner on Wednesday for Dr. and Mrs.
W. M. Ilicdman.
hate to see Monday come. It means wash day
day. We have provided a plan to do away with
the whole disagreeable business a family wash
departmeut added to our laundry. We rouirh
dry your wash, all ready to dampen for ironing
and iron the flat goods, for 4 cents a pound. No
bundle less than 50 cents. Called for Monday
and Tuesday mornings. Delivered in two days
Cheaper and better than at home. Saves fuel'
soap, scrubbing and cleaning. Also saves tem
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Mrs. A. R, Mitchell gave a progressive HARTF jdTfia 1 A w
euchre party yesterday afternoon. mkj. AJ1SJJASE
The Phi Kappa Psi fraternity will Mrs.CF.Ladd is spending the week SiZtStZZ I'tLtf "
entertain this evening for the N. N. Ns. at Friend, visiting with her sister, Mrs. ,. omf cfca.
of Beatrice. Wat eon. J Iorali ardt. ir.-a
Mrs. Loveland and children are the Miss Cora Cromwv of F;rhr i. th.
Qrnor 1427 O Sr., Lnrpoiir, Nmb.
guests of Mrs. W. C. Wilson.
guest of Miss Lottie Whedon.
Tk Cockob for sale at newstanda.
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