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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1900)
104-106 No. Tenth St.
QENEJtyb DRUQ BUSINESS
Prescriptions, Paints and
Telephone, 291 . . Lincoln, Nebr
Go to the
to have your photo taken.
Cabinet Photos . . $1.25 per dor
Cabinet Ovals . . . J.75 per doz
Cabinet Platinos . . 2.00 per doz
Photos enlarged at lowest prices.
This is the largest traveling art
firm this side the Mississippi
river. All Work Guaranteed.
Come and see. N. E. corner
lOih and Q streets, Lincoln.
H. W. BROWN
KKM XJc OOOCC
song, harp and piano. To Mrs. Wurz
burg's harp accompainment Mrs. Camp
bell sang Russian and French lulabies
(translations) and that tenderest of love
songs by Hugo. Mr. Burnbam sang
Schubert's Serenade and a love song".
Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Burnham sang
The Rosebush. Paul Campbell played
a spinted bag pipe tune on the piano.
Mr. Burnham's smooth melodious tenor
and Mrs. Campbell's thrilling contralto
with the lyric accompainment of the
harp touched ijy Mrs. Wurzburg'a
musicianly fingers filled the afternoon
with unforgotten music. Refreshments
were served by Miss Burnham and Miss
Lewis, the latter, Mrs. Burnham's niece
just arrived from Kentucky. As the
two beautiful young girls moved about
among the lilies and roses bending in
the tall vases, half remembered lines
about the fragrance, grace and melody
of youth blended with the strains of
Schubert's Serenade which the room
still held. Mesdames Gere, Lewis, Bes
sey, Weeks, Harris, Brooks, WatkinB,
Campbell, Wurzburg Misses Gar co
lon, Wing and Harris and Master Paul '
Campbell were the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Richardson gave
a card party on Friday evening. The ',
bouse was charming with palm's, tulips '
and apple blossoms. There were forty '
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BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO
WITHOUT CHANGE VIA
Leave Omaha on Big 5 at 1:30 p. m.
All the best scenery in the Rocky Moun
tains and the Sierra Nevada by day
light intboth directions.
These cars are carried on the limited
trains of the Great Roolc
Island Route, Denver
and Rio Grands (Scenic Route). Rio
Grand Western and Southern Pacific.
Dining Car Service Through.
Buffet Library Cars.
E. W. THOMPSON, A. G. P
JOHN SEBASTIAN. G: P. A
J Cycle Photographs
Photographs of Babies
Mr. and Mrs. Van Brunt entertained
the members of the L, A. kensington
and their husbands at cards on Friday
Mrs. Reese gave a very delightful
kensington on Thursday afternoon to a
very large number cf people.
The Senior Promenade took place on
Mies Tiler gavo a dancing parly on
Thursday evening in Courier Hall. Ac
cording to the spring myth the earth
people are supposed to make their feet
go faster and more merrily at this sea
son This perhaps is one of the reas
ons why the dances the past four weeks
have been so enjoyable. Ices were
eerved during the evening by Miss
Gertrude Tyler from a table gorgeous
with tulips and emilax. Mr. and Mrs.
James Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Tyler were the chaperones" of the
evening. The invited guests were:
Misses Hutchison of Fairbury, Tyler,
Tler. Schlesinger, Schlesinger, Gould,
Hildebrand, Berkson, McLennan, Sey
bolt, Richeson, McWhinnie, Smith, Mul
liner, Reed, Beatty, Emerick and High
land. Messrs. Hallett, Kohn, Stewart,
Kohn, Morse, Garoutte, Libemann, Mc
Grew, Home, Reeder, Lucke," MerceV,
Freadricks, Walt, Weil, Alexander. An
derson, Martin, Hedge and Richeson.
The May Festival.
The May Festival will be held on May
-1st. Oue fare on all railroads. Flag
parade and Living Flag in the after,
noon. Unveiling of the Spanish cannon
on University campus. 7:30 P . M. May
Pole Dance corner 11th and N streets.
8:30 to 9:30 Promenade Concert (25 in
orchestra) by Hagenow's band in the
auditorium, followed, by ball. Admis
sion ticket for gentleman and lady one
dollar. The Franklin Ice Cream and
Dairy company will furnish punch, ices,
etc. Prof. Richeson, master of ceremonies.
Photographs of Groups
129 South Eleventh Street.
Do you get your Courier regularly ?
Please compare address. If incorrect,
please send right address to Courier
office. Do this this week.
See our new stock, of Gas and Electric
Fixtures. Korsmeyer Plumbing and
Miss Agnes E. Persson, 1G18 L street,
graduate and post graduate of Emerson
College of Oratory, Boston, will give
private and class instruction in physical
culture, voice culture (speaking voice)
jjyr? j -y. B
lar golf pants are ver' new.
Our very extensive
Children's and Boys'
Department never con-
tained so man' pretty"
novelties as it has this
season, many of them
exclusive. The New
Trelawney Surts are a
decided novelty, and
those containing- regu-
Our best grades of Boys'-
Clothing are the Mothers' Choice double knee, seat,
and elbow, and are warranted not to rip, and to give
A Pair of Steel Roller Skates Free.
With each Knee Pant Suit at 13.00 or over, or each
Boys' Long Pant Suit at (5.00 or over.
Fine Haberdashery for Boys. New styles of Boys'
A Steel Two-Bladed Penknife Free
With each pair of Boys' or Girls' Shoes, and we sell
good shoes for less money than equal goods can be
bought for an'where
IWTC.R BROS . ,
and we are prepared to furnish deco
ratiors for all. jt J j Ji j ,jt
Leacc Your rdcrs. . .
133& O St.",
Telephone 237. LIKC0LNr IEBR.
The-Farmers' Grocery Co
''Lincoln's Popular Economic Store."
We sell Groceries, Hardware. Tinware, Dry
Goods, Shoes, Fresh arid Cured Meat.
LARGEST RETAIL GROCERS IN NEBRASKA
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