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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1901)
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And are being- opened for your inspection. Endless varieties in Spring and bummer wasn t? aDncs. an exquis
ite showing; many creations entirely exclusive with .us. Don't wait until late in the season before making- your
NEW SPRING- SILKS.
We will show Monday,55 of the latest creations
in fancy silks for waist patterns our own exclu
sive styles. Handsome Loozieoe in beautiful
Pastel Colorings style distinguishable in itself.
Price per pattern of 4 yards
$2.98, 3.98, 4.98, 5.98, 7.98.
To black Taffeta Silks W9 have given very
ppecial attention and you'll Bod oar values and
qualities udequaled anywhere in the United
States. These Taffetas are guaranteed.
24 in. guaranteed .98c yd
27 in. guaranteed 98c yd
2" in. guaranteed $ 2'5 yd
36 in. guaranteed $125 yd
3G in. very fine Sl.SOyd
Are being shown on our counters including all
the dark and light coloring as well as a beautiful
selection of-Pastel Shades. We think these to be
the greatest values ever offered for the money.
98c, $1.25 and 1.49 yard.
NEW SILK-STRIPE CHALLIES.
NEW 1900 DIMITIES.
Exquisite line of fine imported Silk-Stripe Cballies in beautiful I You should not miBS seeing pur line of Fine Imported Dimities
effects finest goods made 98c yd I mostly exclusive patterns elegant designs throughout 25c yd
ALL TH NEWEST EFFECTS IN LAWNS, GINGHAMS,
BATISTES, SWISSES, DIMITIES AND CHALLIES
NOW ON OUR COUNTERS.
NEW ROPE PORTIERES.
New line of Rope Portieres, new colors, new
Gt j lee. new prices and the lowe6t ever quoted
mantel size $1.49 and $1 98 each
Regular 81.49, $ 98. 12 49, 12.93 to $4 93.
New Table DamaSKS, New Napkins.
All the new, beautiful patterns are being shown
in our line of Table Damasks, all qualities: all
widths, all prices 49c, 63c, 75c, 98c, $1. IO
and $1.25 yard. Napkins to match any cloth.
PW RUFFLED CURTAINS.
Just opened a brand new ttock of Rn filed Bob
inetOurtaios at 98c, $ I 25, $i 49, $1.98.
$2.49 to $4 98 a pair. Each the very best
value we ever offered.
NEW EMBROIDERIES-NEW MUSLINS-NEW TORCHON LACES-NEW ALL-OVERS.
Beauties adorned the house. After new spring.stock of ''Soroeis,"i f he new
cards a luncheon wsb served to Meeiri. shoe for women. The ''Sorosfe" is the
and Meedames Woods, Woods, Crancer, masterpiece of the shoemakers art and
Van Riper, Buckstaff, Lee, Morrison, the standard of the world.
Merrill; Meedames Mullen and William
Dorgan; Miesee Putnam, Hollowbush,
Marshall, turr, Sweet; Messrs. Joyce,
Montgomery, Holmes, Eames, Honey
well, Scudder of Sew York.
Miss Henrietta Hollo bush will go to
Kansas City on Monday to visit Mrs.
Spofford, (born Wood). Mrs. Spofford
is arranging a festive time for her guest
who will remain until the end of Feb
ruary: Gregory, The Coal Man, 11th &. O.
Mrs. Daniel A. Risser will give a ken
sington on next Wednesday.
The latest in Stationery, Invitation,
Menu and Talley Cards at Wilson &
Hall, 1123.0 street.
"Mrs. F. D. Levering is entertaing
Mrs. W. S. Ward.
Mrs. W. C. Fancher is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. W. M. Hall of Savan
Valentines, the prettiest and neatest,
at Wilson &"HalI, 1123 O street.
Mips Morton of -Nebraska City has
been very ill of pneumonia, "but she is
a. a a. . ... . .. MlArl n A- OU .. i ""
Mr.and Mrs. Martin will entertain the "u' "' ourovepurt, uouisiana, on
Good Times euchre club next Friday, Wednesday. February 6th, 1901, of
paraiysis, airs, nyaen, widow of Kent
K-. Hay den, a former well known resi
dent of Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs.Shepard of 1712 P street,
gave a card party last evening. Prizes
were won by Mesdames Anderson, War
ren, Dr. Coeford and Mr. Conger.
Mesdames M. W. Folsom and E. C.
Folsom will entertain .the M. M. M.
whist club Saturday night at the home
of the former, 2122 Washington street.
The reception given Monday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dietz for Judge
and Mrs. Munger was an elaborate and
very large affair, eight hundred and fif-
Sorasis" is a popular shoe at a popu- ? invitations having been issued for it.
Sold "ouble was spared to make it one of
the events of the season, and from eight
to eleven the house was thronged from
the drawing room on the first floor to
the billiard room on the third, where
punch was served, and smoking rooms
were cosily arranged for the comfort of
the men. The piazzas on two sides of
the house were enclosed in canva6 and
turned into a promenade. A red carpet
covered the en tit e floor of the porch, and
couches, ruga and eaey chairs gave it
the appearance of a drawing room, while
ssveral gas radiators lent their aid to-
lar price and the best at any price.
only by Webster & Rogers.
Mrs. C. G. Crittenden gave a lunch
eon Wednesday morning in compliment
to Mrs. Ward of Denver.
Born, a-Boo. to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E.
Henkle of 1414 O street, on Tuesday
morning, February 5th.
Born, a son, to Dr. and Mrs. T. Lyt
tleton Lyon, 424 North 25th street, on
Monday morning, February 4th.
Webster & Rogers have received their
ward making it comfortably sarm. In
side, the rooms were gorgj&usly dec
orated with flowers, which wjjfo used in
generous profusion on masiels, piano
and tables, a new rose of exquisite beau
ty being used in the room where the
host and hostess received with Judge
and Mrs. Munger. The dining room
was a bower of pink from the centre of
ths table, which was banked with pink
roses, to the buffet, which was a mass of
the same flowers. An orchestra played
in the hall up stairs all during the eve
ning. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Dietz
were Messrs. and Mesdames Colpetzer,
Holdrege, A.S.Carter, Victor White,
Al Kinsler. Harry Wilkins, O. W. Dunn,
Kirkendale and Mies Swobe.
Mrs. W J Connell gave a buffet
luncheon last Saturday in honor of Mrs.
Fairfield. The decorations were red en
tirely carried out in carnations and rib
bon. Assisting Mrs. Connell were Mes
dames Rogers and A. C. Smith in the
dining room, alternating with Mesdames
Luther Kountze and Lyniari. Assisting
in the other rooms were Mesasmes Bar
kalow, Deuel, Greene, Lehmer, Grable,
Connor; Misses McKenna, Emily Wake
ley, Lindeey, Moore, Brown and Doane.
Those who assisted were served with
luncheon before the guests arrived, an
arrangement which was greatly ap
preciated by them.
General Manderson has been confined
to bis home with the rip for some days
and is suffering from an attack of throat
Mrs. H. P. Whitmore returned Wed
nesday from Alton, lilt, where she was
called by the death of her mother, .Mrs.
Gensral Manderson of this city has a
very'admirable collection of china, not
large, but full of totetsst and dainty bits
gathered here and there throughout the
world. One of thq histcrical pieces and
of considerable value, is a plate made at
the time that it was thought the na
tional capitol might be placed at Mt.
Vernon. On the face is a view of tbe
Capitol as then designed, a plan (hat
was never carried out, and on the re
verse under tbe American arms appear
the line, "Mt. Vernon, the seat of gov
ernment of the United States." 'ihe
hus and cry raised by this event, includ
ing the allegations that Washington
was trying to foster a real estate boom
caused a final settlement upon giound
in Maryland afterwards known as the
District of Columbia.
The card party given lately by Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Remington was e
thoroughly enjoyable that several of tbe
guests were moved to go and do lik
wise, with the result that there hae
been two similar affaire this weok.
Mrs. Remington's cosy rooms were filled
with roses and narcissus and the game
of six handed euchre was participated in
by about thirty six guests, who were
Messrs. and Mesdames Rogers, Wheeler
McCormick, Paxton, jr., Blackwell, Bee
son, Sprague, Greene, Kirkendale, Leh
mer, Reed, Coles, Chase, Page, Robin
son, Redick; Misses Sharp and Ida Shan
The prizes for the women were hand
same cut glass vases, won by Mesdamc
Chase, Greene and Miss Ida Shan
while Messrs Beeson, Rogers and Pa
ton took away three very pretty bee
steins. In accordance with action taken a
recent meetings of the American 15a
association, it was decided to ' f
apart February 4th to celebrate the cei
tennial anniversary of the appointmer
of Chief Justice John Marshall to h
supreme court of the United States
The Omaha Bar association announce
public commemorative exercises in th
First Congregational church. An ai
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