The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, April 28, 1900, Page 10, Image 10

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    THE COURIER.
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and oratory. AIbo cures impediment in
speech. Terms:
Clam work, Ph. culture, 20 lessons. 15 00.
Claw work, oratory, 20 lessons, $10.00.
Private work. Ph. culture, per lesson, SI
Private work, oratory, per lesson, $1.50.
Further particulars given on request.
Telephone No. 780.
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp
Treatment, Manicuring, and Switch
Work. Anna Rivet t and Agnes Rawling
143 South 12th street.
Union Fuel Company, iOH O, phono
355, coal, coke, and wood.
All subscriptions to The Courier re
ceived before the first of J uly, only $1.00
CLUBS.
The current topics and American his
tory departments of the Plattsmouth
Woman's club met on Friday evening,
April 20, at the club parlors. The form
er, at 7:45, was led by Sirs. Howland
and included a" number of interesting
subjects, among others a review of "Jan
ice Meredith. The history department
bad the pleasure of listening to an ad
dress, entitled "Political Parties," by
Mr. George M. Spurlock. Mrs. J. D.
McBride was hostess.
r Saturday afternoon, April 14th, the
Zetetic club of Weeping Water met with
Mrs. Teegarden. Responses from Poor
Richard. Mrs. Dooelan read-a concise
paper on system in the kitchen. Mrs.
Dunham offered good receipts for roast
meats, breads, cakes, desserts andicro
quettea. A paper from.the Reciprocity
burean.'written by.Mrs. Buckley of the
Stromsburg club on "What we may do
for our public schools, " was read by the
secretary. ..Miss Bruce sang very
prettily a negro meledy, "Down on the
Ohio."
Reports of the Woman's club and
SoroetB of Lincoln; the Omaha Woman's
club; the Fairbury club and the cozy
club of Tecumseh and some resolutions
by the Stromsburg club were received
too late in the week to publish.
Matinee Musicale Recital.
The ladies of the Matinee Musicals
devoted their third artists' recital on
Tuesday evening to the cause of the
University alumni organ. The organ
was played by Miss Nellie Morrill, of
Rockford, Illinois, a concert organist
of brilliant attainmen te . M'ss Morrill's
style recalls the playing of her dittin
guished master, Clarence Eddy. She
offered a more pleasing program and
the organ was in better condition and
therefore rather more interesting.
Miss Morrill has a commanding stage
presence. She has bo much strength
that at no time did the mastery of the
great organ seem a task to her. Her
execution k brilliant, her registration
excellent, and in the. last number the
playing was notably good.
Bach Toccata and Fugue D Minor.
Schumann Canon in B Minor.
Boeliman Suite Gothique, Choral
Minuet, Prayer Finale.
Guilmant Lamentation.
Wolstenholme The Answer.
Wolstenholme Caprice.
Hollids Nuptial Benediction.
Bartlett Toccata.
Miss Morrill's program was broken in
the middle to allow the insertion of a
beautiful "song cycle" by Jadassohn, by
the ladies of the Matinee Musicale.
This "Midsummer Day" cantata was
given under the .leadership of Mrs. P.
V. M. Raymond, always an inspiring
leader, choruses were sung in such
feet perfection, humanly speaking.
The poem was read ty Mr. John Ran
dolph. The solo parts were taken by
Mrs. E. Lewis Baker, Miss Anna Gert
rude Childs and Miss'Trigg, Miss Olive
Sbute, Miss Grace Reynolds and Mr.
Trigg sang the trio.
THEATRIGAk.
THE FUNKE.
The Funke will close its season after
the conclusion of the performance of
Sapho to be seen there next Monday
night, April 30. h. This version of Sap
ho is presented with Miss Lillian At-
wood in the title role. Her production
UNDERjTHE DIRECTION OF
0. T. CRAtiORD AND F. G. ZEHRUN6
COK. O AND TWELFTH. PHONE 355
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while full of animation and thoroughly
in accordance with the book is really a
master piece of art. The Jplay is one of
merit' and will live longer than
"Canaille". Miss Atwood, who will be
seen in the leading role here, is sup
ported by such eminent artists as E. S
Blunkall and E. M.-Bell. Sale of seats
opens this morning at 9 o'clock. Prices
25 cents to $100.
(Continued from Page 5.)
with all the other fine ware in the world.
It was Marie Longworth of Cincinnati,
Ohio, who, after many years of labor
and experimenting, brought it to per
fection. No two pieces of this ware are
alike. Miss Rogers showed vases,
pitchers, plates, etc., of every ware men
tioned. Mrs. Hall thanked Mrs. Brock
and Miss Rogers for the enjoyable and
instructive afternoon. The last meet
ing of this department will be held in
two weeks at Mrs. Hall's home. The
officers for next year will be elected
on that date.
Spring gtflle for Ladies
..Patent Kid..
Queen-Quality
OXFORDS
This
Special
Style,
HBft $0.00
VERY
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LINCOLN, NEBR.
Notice to Creditors. E J449.
, First publication April 28-1 J
In the county court of Lancaster county, Ne
braska. In the matter of the estate of Joseph West
f abl. deceased.
To the creditors of said estate:
Ton "are hereby notified, that the connty
judge will sit at the county court room in Lin
coln, in said connty, on the lit day of Septem
ber 1900, and again on the 1st day of December
1900, to receire and examine all claims
against said estate, with a Tiew to their ad
justment and allowance. The time limited for
tho presentation of claims against said estate
Is six months from the 1st day of Juno 1900, and
the time limited for the payment of debts is
one year from the lst-day of June 1900.
Notice of thw proceeding is ordered publish
ed four weeks successively in The Courier of
Lincoln, Nebraska, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in this state.
Witness my hand and the seal of said county
court, at Lincoln, this nth day of April 1900.
Iskai) Fbaxk E. Waters,
" . . . . County Judrc.
By Walter A, Lexsk, Clerk County Court.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND. MATINEE,
April 27 audi- 28
That funny farce comedy,
The funniest show of the season, keyed up to date a merry
conceit with merry comedians,
Boyle and Graham.
And a strong- cast.
New and Novel Dances.
New and Original Specialties.
New and Catchy Songs.
Prices 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. Seats on sale Thursday mor-
ning, 9 o'clock.
1 MoiDiday, April 3,
The season's last attraction,
MISS LYLLIAN ATWOOD
In the raging sensation,
SAPHO
YOU'VE READ ABOUT IT.
NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO SEE IT
Superb company. Special scenery. Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c
and $1,00. " Seats" on sale Saturday, 9 A. M.
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