The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, November 12, 1898, Page 7, Image 7

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SEVERAL LINES are somewhat broken as a result of 'the remarkable brisk selling- that has been going- on
tvttut Trsir-Bno here and as briken lines or odd lots are not permitted to remain in our store we have placed
NEW JACKETS them in one lot and for ten days, beginning- Thursday, November 10th, offer them at the
uniform discount of ONE-FOURTH OPP. These are all new, this season's goods, choice styles and most popu
lar coloring-s. The lot includes both ladies' and misses' jackets.
ctt JkE We purchased an immense lot of sample silk waists at a big- discount. They come in black and
STLK WAISTS assorted colors (eveming- shades), no two alike. As these are samples it is unnecessary to say
that they are of the very newest styles and finest finish. The richest and prettiest showing- of the season; prices
range from $3.00 to $12.00. On sale Thursday, November 10th, and ten days following- at a discount of 1-3 OFF.
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"'There'were 200 Fur Collarettes and fancy muffs left from the three days fur sale of last week. These we offer
during- the ten days sale for less money than good furs ever brought before. For instance, $5 monkey fur muffs at
$3.75; marten muffs at $3.75; $3.75 electric seal muffs at $2.50, etc. Fine fur collartttes at the same reductions.
On Friday evening Mrs. Newman
gave a reception in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas. The house was beauti
fully arranged for the occasion. In the
back.parlor, the tops of the book cases
were banked with huge white and yel
low chryEan them urns. The dining room
was done in pink and white, the light
being softened with dainty pink shades.
Her coffee was served by Mrs. George
Fawell, and Miss Cora Hardy served
salad and ices. These ladies were as
sisted by Misses Alice Cowdry, Oakley,
Burr and Mrs. Fred Howe. Lemonade
was aerved in the up stairs room which
was decorated in red and relics from
the Indian encampment. The room,
was attended by Misses Grace and Jean
Thurston of Omaha, Elsie Fawell and
Kitty Cowdry. Mrs. Newman was as
sisted in the parlor by Mrs. L. C. Rich
ards, Mrs. Sen Dorr and Mrs. A. R.
Talbot. 'Mrs. Thomas wore a handsome
Parisian gown of white Tulle embroider
ed in pink carnations over pink taffeta.
Mrs. Newman wore a black lace net
over yellow taffeta. The out of town
guests were: Sen. J. M. Thurston, Miss
Grace and Jean Thurston, Mrs. Luther
Poland, Capt. and Mrsv Mercer, U.S. A.,
Mrs. Judge Dundy, Mr. and Mrs. Sctpio
Dundy, Mka May Dundy, Mrs. Heth.
Stockton Heth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawton of
Omaha; Judge and Mrs. Norval, Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Langworthy of Seward;
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, N. L. Marshal,
Mrs. Geo. H.Thummelof Grand Island;
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Clemmons of
Fremont; Mrs. C. M. "Woodward, David
City; Mrs.E M. Cobb, Mrs. Smith. Ed.
Union Worker, Mr. and Mrs. Spurlock,
York; Judge J. M. Spurlock of Platts
mouth; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Newman,
John Newman, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. John
Newman of Bayonne, New Jersey; Mr.
and Mrs. C A.Atkinson, Rock Island;
Mrs. J. I. Creighton, President General
American White Cross Movement of
Washington, D. C.
Mrs. A. W. Field and Mrs. F. E. Lahr
gavo an elaborate reception at the home
of Mrs. Lahr on Thursday afternoon.
The guests were received in the front
parlor which was decorated with white
chrysanthemums and palms. These
ladies were assisted in the parlor by
Meedames Ricketts, I. W. Lansing and
flallett. The dining room was decorat
ed with red candles, shades and chrys
anthemums. Mrs. Frank Hall and Mrs.
McMurtry served coffee, chocolate and
small cakes. The ladies assisting in
this room were Mrs. Carola Welch, Miss
es Hallett, Nelia Cochran and Grace
Reynolds. In the library all the decora
tions were pink and white. There pink
sherbert was served by Mrs I. H. Mor
rill assisted by Misses Heaton, Risser
and Lindley. An orchestra screened by
a large bank of palms, played in the
hall during the receiving houre.
This evening Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
will give a dancing party in honor of the
Misses Thurston of Omaha. Lemonade
will be served all during the evening.
Later ices, ice cream, cake and candies
will be served. The invited guests are
Clair Funke, JeeBie Marfarland, Jessie
Outcalt, Marie Weisner, Lulu Hunt,
Maggie Honeywell, Daisy Hargreaves,
Pauline Meyer, Grace Thurston. Jean
Thurston, Ethel Rechtor, Elsie Fawell,
Ruth Macfarland, Ruth Raymond, and
Anna Hammond; Messrs. Fawell,
Burnham, Laws, Stein, Rehleander,
Rathburn, Hill, Funke, Raymond, Laws,
Marquette, Muir, Thompson, Kimball,
Fuller, Deweese.
The members of the Phi Kappa Pet
gave a delightful informal dancing party
at their chapter house last evening for
their lady friends. The music was
furnished by Mr. Ed Walt and Mr.
Carl Wehn. Punch was served through
out the evening. Theparty was chaperon
ed by Mrs. Campbell, Dr. and Mrs.
Ladd and Mr. and Mrs. Turnham. The
invited guests were Misses Blanche Har
greaves. Vancil, Hammond, Weeks,
Funke, Farwell, Hays, Haecker, Polk,
Jay nes, Goldsmith, Wiggenhorn, Woods,
Winger, Jackson. Gartin, Macumber,
Maud Macumber, Raymond, Cunning
ham, Francis Gere, Ellen Gere, Ellen
Douglas, Bridge, Deweese.
Mrd.A.G.BillmeyerandMrs. H. B.
Patrick entertained most delightfully
Thursday afternoon with six banded
euchre, at the home of the latter. The
house was very artistically decorated.
The front parlor was all in yellow and
groen. The library was decorated in
red. The red shades and meteor roses
being used. The dining room was in
white and green. Here dainty refresh
ments were served during the afternoon
by Mrs. Hayes Thompson and Mrs.
Alva Kennard. The prizes were won
by Miss Alice Cowdry and Mrs. Mark
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Billmeyer and Mr. ard Mrs. H. B. Pat
rick entertained at the home of the lat
ter. Six handed euchre was played.
The house was profusely decorated