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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1900)
Lady Modish on Art in Clothes.
BEATIFUL GOWNS, SHE CLAIMS, HAVE A.
There was a time not very long ago knows that the heart and
be fouud that she always has given the
deepest thought and study to her
clothes, that they may make her look a
picture eo perfect it cannot be resisted.
A Freeh woman understands so well
that occe the eye. is conquered the bat- jjl
tie is more than half woo, for then she Iff
the mind will
when the well dressed woman ranked Put UP but a 'eeble fight, and ehe needs
-with a fool that is, in the early Ameri- bu' to turn on her batterios of clever
can mind. ne6S t have them fall prostrate in con
Dainty, lovely clothes and brainy, tented surrender,
clever women were held to be an impos- Luckily, however, my carping little
sible combination. friend will not have to journey all the
People Havte No Trouble
In getting- what the want at the
Good Luck Grocery.
C M. SBIT55,
- From the early American point of
view, a woman, apparently, must needs
be a Frou-Frou, or a clever frump. A
happy medium seemed quite out of the
way to Paris for, object lessons that may
serve to show her the error of her ways.
Let her go to see "When We Were
Twenty one," or ".The Ambassador," and
she will, I think, be convinced, unless
HOT O ntreot.
For a really intelligent woman to s'oop she is a hopeless case, that smart clothes,
to interest herself seriously in such a
frivolous subject as art in dress was to
be taken as an open confession that her
intelligence was not the real thing!
Happily the demand for all things beau
tiful that feed the eye and till the mind
is increasing every minute, for which
Allah be praised. Environment is one
of the most potent factors in life.
To live in an atmosphere of beautiful,
arthtic things has as much intluence
towards tefining one's nature as living
in an atmosphere of beautiful, kindly
indeed, the smartest of smart clothes
do not prevent Maxine Elliott, Mary
Mannering, Hilda Spong and the rest of
them from giving some unusually pol
ished bits of acting.
One does not need to be told that
"The Ambassador' is written by a wo
man, for the opportunities she makes
for smart clothes to be worn are extra
ordinary. The gowns worn by the leading women
who are not yet leading, are "dreams'
First Publication Mar. 3 -3
Notice of Probate of Will and for Letters.
In the county court of Lancaster county, Ne
braska. The state of Nebraska, to Mrs. Minnie L
Matthews. Lida A. Millar. John J. Millar.
Frances J. Millar and to any other persons In
terested In said matter-
You are hereby notified that an Instrument
purporting to lie the last will and testament of
iUchard I. H. Millar, deceased. Is on tile In said
court, and also a petition signed by Mary K
Millar, his widow, praying for the probate of
said Instrument, and for the appointment of
Mild petitioner as administratrix. That on the
Slth day of March. I!"!, at ten o'clock A. M..
said petition and the proof of the execution of
said instrument will be heard at the county
court room in Lincoln. In said county, and that
If you do not ihen appear and contest, said
court may probate and record the same, and
grunt administration of the estate to said Mary
F. Millar as administratrix.
This notice has been ordered published for
three weeks successively prior to .said hearing
In The Courier of Lincoln. Nebraska, u weekly
lejral newepaperof general circulation printed
a veritable succession of "dreams," in
a u. i i . .1 i: ..) fnr.t that laorwi nnit in mrlonlomn no in In Lancaster countv. Nebraska.
luuugmB ubb ioatu3 ubiciuj.iuk uuo o -- - ..-- . wC,u oo iw witness mv hand and seal of said court this
one would have realized S3d day of February, 1'Ju).
SEAL. I ! HANK K. ATERS.
One clever woman, well gowned, can
give more pleasure, inflict more pain and
wield more power generally than a
whole legion of frumpB, top-heavy with
There is still any number of people
for future use.
In the first act Lady Beauvedere, chez
elle, receives her intimes in a pink gown;
the kind of a gown that the Parisienne
designates under the comprehensive
phrase of a "chinq-de-sept.' and which
Hy Wai.teh a.
Lkese, Clerk County Court,
First Publication February 171
who have had no modern improvements we Americans, alas ! treat with entirely
added to their cerebral apparatus, and
they will not agree with me.
The fact remains, however, that every
day one meets more and more clever
women, and the cleverer they are the
more perfectly they are turned out.
American women, as a class, have
made tremendous strides in mastering
the intricacies of the art of drees, the
last few years, and they are arriving at
a thorough understanding of its power
so rapidly that all the old jokes about
"Mother Hubbards," "curl papers" and
the like, that no funny paper ever al
lowed itself to be without, are as obso
lete as Sanscrit.
too little thought and consideration.
For when is a woman more fascinating
than in such a toilette ?
It is built of satin; rose satin and rose
chiffon of a deeper hue. The satin is
fitted perfectly to the figure on Princeese
lines. There is a long Foft train of
the satin outlined with a deep flounce
of chitTon, with a shirred ruch for a
This flounce stops on either side of
the front of the gown to make way
for a long, stole-shaped piece of satin
that descends the entire length of the
figure from the bust line, where it be
gins. This stole effect is quite new and
In the county court of
In the matter of the estate of James C.KIer,
To the creditors of said estate:
You are hereby notified, that I will sit at the
county court room in Lincoln, in said county,
on the 2d day of July. 1900. and again on the "-M
day of Octoter, I!A). to receive and examine
all claims against said estate, with a view to
their adjustment and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims against
said estate is six months from the 2d day of
April. A. D. liMjo. and the time limited for the
payment of debts is one year from the 2d day of
April. A. D, IWJU.
Notice of this proceeding is ordered published
for four weeks successively in The Courier, a
weekly newspaper published In this state.
Witness mv hand and the seal of said county
court this 13th day of February. 1WU.
seal. Fkank K.Wateks, County Judge.
First Publication February 17. tlx I.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
AUTOMATIC CYCLE PUMP COMPANY OF
The name of this corporation shall lie the
Automatic Cjele Pump (ompunyof Nebraska.
Tha principal place of transacting the busi
ness of this corporation shall be In thucitvof
Lincoln, county of Lancaster, and state of Ne
braska. And it shall be empowered to carry on
business In all counties, cities und towns in the
state. The general nature of the business of
said corporation shall le the selling of counties,
cities and towns for the disposing of the Au
tomate cycle pump throughout the state of Ne
braska and handling and dealing in same. The.
amount of capital stock of said corporation
shall Ik; fMI.KO. titty thousand dollars, divided
Into tlfty thousand shares of it. one dollar,
each anil non-assessable. The entire amount
thereof shall !e subscribed for and payment
thereof made In full, at or tefore the date
herein tixed for the commencement of business
by said corporation. The time of commence
ment of this corporation shall he on the tlrst
day of February, I'juo, and shall terminate on
the tlrst day of February. IteW. The highest
amount or indebtedness or liability to which
this corporation may at any time subject iLself
shall not exceed the thousand dollars. And the
stockholders shall not be personally liable for
the corporate debts of this corporation. The
management of this corporation shall be lodged
In a board of directors, consisting of live mem
bers, selected from and by the stockholders of
the corporation at their annual meeting. The
officers of this corporation shall consist of a
president, vice-president, secretary and treas
urer, and they shall be elected by and from the
board of directors. The manner of conducting
the business of this corixirallon. the time of
holding the meetings of the stockholders and
board of directors shall lie as prescribed by the
by-laws. These articles of Incoriioratlon may
be amended by a two-thirds vote of the stock
holders. Adopted this tlrst day of February, 1'juO.
Signed. C. M. JAyucs.
Landv C. Clauk.
Rout. C. DltL'ESKiMjw.
Cyiics E. Sanueiwo.n.
Even the progressive shop girl real- gives the long, straight, unbroken line
ized long ago that it is a good appear- now so much to be desired.
ance, coupled with fair ability, rather
than true worth, coupled with dowdi
ness, that gets her low salary raised.
She knows, too, that when she is ab'e
to couple true worth with a good ap-
This stole is outlined with lace roses
of the same color as the chiffon. In the
center of each rose a diamond dew-drop
These roses, with their leaves of the
pearance she has an exceilent chance to Bame color, form a design on the skirt
above the flounce of chiffon and outline
the Ecamc of the bodice. The satin
foundation is cut away in the bodice
and from the top of the bust line. Chif
fon, slightly gathered into a square line,
edged with tiny lace roses, finishes the
frock. This square line leaves the
throat quite free, and is very becoming
to the woman with the right kind of a
The sleeves of this gown are of chif
fon, slightly mousquetaire, transparent
also, and worn &o long they cover all
but the fingers.
It is a foregone conclusion in Paris.
raise to a position where she can raise
the salaries of others.
Nowhere was this prejudice against
taking the art of dress seriously, as one
would any other art, stronger or more
deeply rooted than on the etage.
The women of the stage then held
themselves far above all art not their
A very charming actress, ableit of the
early American school, and thoroughly
above feminine fripperies, once said to
me, in a most superior manner: "Ob,
you know, only the women who can't
act bother to dress well on the stage."
Now she sajs with Borne bitterness by the way, that gloves will be little
and much emphasis incidentally, she worn this summer except with elbow
happens to be out of an engagement: sleeves.
First Publication. Feb. 2lth.-3
NOTICE OF PRORATE OF FOREIGN WILL.
In the county court of Lancaster county Ne
braska: The state of Nebraska to Franklin Maker.
Sarah Baker, Ira F Raker and to any other
persons interested in said matter.
You are hereby notified, that an Instrument
purporting to be an authenticated copy of the
Last Will and Testament of Samuel Itaker
deceased, late of Portage county. Ohio, and of
the probate thereof is on file in said court, and
also a petition signed by Frank Raker, his son,
praving for the probate of said Instrument. That
on the 19th day of March, H. at ten o'clock
a. m.. said petition and the proof of the execu
tion of said instrument will be heard at the
county court room in Lincoln, in said county,
and that if you do not then appear and contest,
said court may probate and record the same.
This notice has been ordered published for
three weeks successively prior to said hearing
In The Courier of Lincoln. Nebraska, a weekly
legal newspaper of general circulation printed
in Lancaster county. Nebraska.
Witness my hand and seal of said court this
21st day of February. l&U.
seal Fkank R. Wateiis.
liy Walter A. Leese. Clerk County Court.
J Cycle Photographs J
Athletic Photographs J
Photographs of Babies
Photographs of Groups
"A woman does not need to act in tnese
days. All she has to do is to go on and
wear good clothes." One statement is
as absurd as the other.
Surely, as I reminded her, the divine
Sarah wears the most heavenly clothes,
The back of the confection is the most
original and charming part of it. The
chiffon is brought softly over the
shoulders in fichu-like folds from under
the stole, and when it reaches tre back
it falls straight down to the bottom of
and it is generally conceded she can act the train in long, sweeping lines, bo that
Rejane is always perfectly and exquis
itely gowned, and she, too, has always
been able to deceive the public into a
when Lady Beauvedere stands or sits
it falls softly and clingingly to her fig
ure, and when she walks it floats behind
her in angelic fashion. These wings
129 South Eleventh Street.
fair estimation of her histrionic powers, are outlined also with the dew-spangled
Indeed, one might name any clever roses.
French actress one pleases and it would Juliet Gainsborough's frock has just
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