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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1900)
2 H. W. BROWN
(Continued from Page 5.)
Mrs. Frank James, Messrs. Burnsido
Short sketches of Georgo Cable,
Thomas Nolson Pjge. Joel Chandlor
Harris Mies Daisy Spickard.
Vocal quartet, "My Old Kentucky
Home, Good Night" Miss Hoberts, Mrs.
James, Messrs. Burnsido and Ruin
fL Calling Cards
3 127 So.Eleventh Street.
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DR. ALEXANDER J.
The interest which Dr. Mclvor-Tyndall
the celebrated English thought reader,
writer and authority ou the science of
palmistry, is arousing by his wonderful
interpretation of the lines of the hand,
bids fair to become a fashion o. perma
nent usefulness. "Half the failures in
life," Mclvor Tyndall declares, "are the
result of misdirected effort. The band
tells exactly what the mind is best
adapted fur, and a thorough application
of the truths of palmistry would avert
many troubles and change for the better
many an unsuccessful life."
'It is a curious fact," says Mclvor
Tyndall's secretary, "that of the large
number who daily call at the hotel to
make appointments for a reading of the
hand at least two-thirds are men."' This
is probably accounted for by the fact
that men more readily recognize the
personal benefits of the science, while
women, as a rule, only tako up the sci
ence because it is at present a society
fad in the metropolitan cities of England
Mclvor-Tyndall'a reception hours at
the Lincoln are from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
PORTO R00 10. .
Is our special brand of Co (Tee. It has won medals over other
cofTees at International CufTee Displays. It must be good. It is
certainly reasonably cheap. 25c per pound. Try it.
130 So. I3tlx St.
As chairman of the art department of
the N. P. V. C, I am happy to an
nounce that I have had replies to the
questions of investigation from the
Omaha Woman's Club.
Seward Woman's, Club.
Seward Art and History Club.
Columbus Woman's Club.
Stromaburg Woman's Club.
David City Ingleeide Cub.
York Review and Art Clubs.
The questions are as follows:
1. How long have you been studying
2. What phases of the subject have
you studied, and in what order ?
3. To-what books and photographs
do you have access in your com
Is it a popular department ?
Have you met with any dis
couragements? Please enumerate
G. If you have never before studied
art, please notify me.
Will not presidents of all other clubs
reply at an early date, that the art com
mittee may be able to plan for syste
matic work on this line next year ?
Mrs. P. M. Hall.
1040 D Street.
The Platlsmouth -soman's club tneet
ing Friday night, February 23d, was one
of more than common interest. Ma
dame President, Mrs. Fellows, presided.
Mrs. S. M. Waugh conducted current
topics, and the members talked of many
The Civic club of Tekamah held its
regular meet-ng March Oth. at '2:30 p. m.
at the home of Mrs. Bello Sears. The
Roll call eubject of response What
Jur Noted .Women are Doing.
Music Mrs. P. L. Cook.
Report ot N. B. S. A. Mrs. P. Hayes.
Reading Mrs. George Latta.
Lesson First Chapter Pick's "Civil
Review ot lesEon Mrs. Sears.
The Omaha Woman's Glub.
The department of ethics is reviewing
John PiBk'ff"Prom Nature to God."
At the meeting of the department of
German history on Tuesday afternoon,
February 27th, Mrs. Bonner read a pa
per on "The Life and Generalship of
On Thursday morning, March 1st. the
art department commenced the study of
Gothic architecture in England, Mrs.
Jefferies, leader. The special lesson
was a review ot the historical influence
of the Gothic period. This was given
by Mre. Urw.
Owing to the illness of Mrs. Harford,
leader ot the parliamentary practice de
partment, Mrs. Towle, assistant leader,
accupied the chair. The subject was
The department of household econom
ics met on Thursday morning. March
1st, at ten o'clock. The subject for dis
cussion was "The Domestic Service
Problem." The department of political
and social science of the Omaha woman's
club and the department of household
economicsof the Council Bluffs woman's
club were invited to attend this meeting.
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