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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1899)
good timo. Tho patronesses of tho
dnnco wore Maura and Mcedamos Lott- &y4&Y.&P4
ridge, Harloy, Curtice, Crancor and rXYZTTTWWWWWW
Mullaliou. IMnch was served in a prut- &PfB
tily decorated Bido room by Mr Will fW
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There is plenty ot spting new
about spring- newness in this
store but here we will con fin-'
ourselves to ready-to-wea1'
for ladies and misses
ored boy. fid Walt's orchestra furniBh fh.
od tlio imiBic. Thoso prcHont woro MIbh- 0
us Cole, Juynes, Tukey, JucUeon. John- ki
Bon. Macomber. Hoid. HiirirroiivoB. Put. vi
nam, Hand, Cochran, Burnam, WatkinB,
Oakley, I3urr, Uaymond. Macfarland,
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r uuur, ivickulih, I mm,, iiacomuer, KfSd
Lau and Harrison; MeeBrs BuekBtairi kja
Sharman, Mansfold, Sumner, Man-
cheater, McCrcery, Winger, liurlbut, U
While, Walsh, Raymond, Joyce, Ham- v1
mond, liutlor, Harman, Luu, Blackman,
KoIboiu, EdmiBton, Hill, Baldwin, Ames,
Shotld and Shcdd; Messrs and Mea
dames Evans, Mallaliou and Richards.
A novel St. Valentino party was hold
Tuesday evening at tho homo of Mr.
and C. A. Curpondor and Mr. and Mrs.
E. II. Wilkinson, 1020 K Btreet. Tho
house was prettily deuaratod with roses
and carnations. In honor of tho day
tho tally, score cards and prix.es wero all
in hoart shape, tho amusomont for tho
evening being progressive hearts. Later j
in tho evening choice refreshments woro
servod. Miss Bell and Mr. Fred Lud
wig took tho royal priA-p; Mis. J. Cot
ton an 1 Mr. Ed Streight obtained the
consolations. Tho guests wero: Messrs.
and Mesdumes Bolshaw, Charles Spang
lor, Rosa, McGooan, Hart, Frank
Spang:er, Sullivan, Bert Dean, Arthur
North; Mrs. J. Cotton, Mrs. W. H. Hart;
Minnnn Knnrnnr. rjnnnnr. 'I'nvlnr. Ifoilv vlS
f vers. Dean. Bell Sizor:Mesjis. MuspIo. Ett
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Streight, Ruigor, Hurd, Finnay and Mc-
Tho Misses Mary and Lizzie Stevens m
iravo a dolichtful daucinc narty at Tur-
tiiii'fl imHtlnniv Mnmlnv nvpnini'. Aftnr ul
a very enjoyable dancing program tho
guests topaired to tho homo of tho
young ladies where a luncnuon was
servod. Mrs. Stovens and Mrs. Kond
Ion chaperoned tho party. The guests
were: MesarB and Mesdaraes Weesnor
and Kondlor of McCookj Stovons of
Hastings; MeEdamcs Thompson, Stow
art and Stevens; MiBfes Roonoy of HaBt
ings, Muldoon and Muldoon, Strtovo,
Loese, Tucker, Holland, Vivyan, Hogan
and Walla; Messrs Blum, Hawloy, Lan
try, Barr, Toby, Hellley, Hoberlin, Gin
gery, Lynch, Hyatt, Graves, Flynn,
Barry, Corcoran and Stevens.
Mrs. Herzog entertained tho Cameron
company after the concert on Monday j
evening at a four course luncheon. j$A
Afterwards musical selections of a high S?
order woro given Mr. HigguiB charmed
his hearers with three pieces exquisitely
performed. Mrs. Cameron, Miss Bishop,
Miss DeCosta and Mrs. Herzog, also ad-
aeci lueir snaro in maKing me evening u te
truly aouguuui ono. inoso p.osuui, o.
woro Mr. aud Mre. James W. Cameron,
Miss Anna Bishop of Omaha, Mr. C.
Horbert Kerr, Mrs. Chas. Higgins, Mrs.
W. O. tlallor of Blair, Mr. Worth of
Omiihii. And Miss DoCnsta.
Tho Q A. T. qirls gave a Valentino TF
party Tues-Jay evening at tho homo of 0
Mies HattioShatror atNinoteonth and K rt
streets. Each guest obtained a valon-
tine. Ono of tho amusements was tho
way in which partners woro obtaif ed
in. inn li nn lO.ii vfilniips u'nri) Dinned --..
to tho wall and popguns wero placed in p 20 different styles of wrappers, such as sell everywhere else at $1.25, eoch at. . 97c
tho hands or each young man anu men
every envelope they succosded in bring- ?
inrr iinwn with their marksmanBliii) con- c&
tuinod tho namo of tho lady bo was to ?(i&
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in tho Bhuno of hearts. Tho meinbtrs
The choicest, richest and nobbiest showirg- of the season
that's what we think and we know you will think the same
when you see them. If you stop to consider what economy
there is in a tailor-made suit you cannot fail to realize that it is
policy to own one. For instance the jacket may be worn as a
spring1 wrap with any street gown, the skirt may be worn with
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viij nini b iiiuoi iwiw ni-ii HIL V-ULI1U mllL 1M Willi lie WL'iirCT IS
as well and stylishly gowned as it is possible to be. The
tight fitting suit is Fashion's favorite this spring and Fash
ion in choosing it certainly did not lose sight of the many
advantages this style possesses, The principal one is that
the basque may be worn open to the waist, two or three but
tous at the waist remaining closed, thus enabling the wearer
to roll back reveres of jacket and wear the ultra-fashio.iable
fancy fronts and ties of all colors.
Our suits are remarkable for their perfect exclusiveness M
of style, for their perfect fit and finish and particularly re- g4
ma- kable for their price-modesty.
We show among our suit novelties an all wool serge suit
in navy blue and black, jacket and skirt lined, lly front
effect in ticket, price $12.50
Ask to see the line of all wool suits we
offer for $7.50
All wool covert jackets, lined throughout
with satin, new spring styles, each $7.50
All wool covert jackets, unlined, each $5.00
I Many other excellent values in jackets,
ranging in price upward from. . ..$2.75 to $15.00
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s?0ur present showing is up to our usual stand- wS
f ard of style, quality and finish, the varieties of
colors and patterns are even greater than usual.
We show an excellent value in Wrapper
House Dresses ("see cut; at 97c
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frionds wero present. c37j.ifS!K,
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