The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, April 20, 1901, Page 7, Image 7

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For every little requisite to the well dressed woman.
Kid Olove JETeaclqtiarteirsi.
Such celebrated makes as Reynier, P. & L., Flavias, and Servias ouly to be found here.
P. & L. 1st quality French lambskin, 2 and 3 clasp overseam or 2 clasp pique, in all the new sprint shades, fit
guaranteed, per pair $1.00 and 11.25
First quality French kid, suede and glace, overseam and pique; pair $1.50 and $1.75
Reynier's celebrated glace and suedes, overseams and piques, all the correct shades, per pair $1.75 and $2.00
New styles just opened, including
Venise, Arabian end Guipures,
in black, white, ecru and Arab,'
large variety
Innumerable styles to be found
here in leather patent, real
seal, suede and Morocco, in
straight, scoop, circle and bod
ice effects. Folded and Tucked
Satins, Gold Belts, Silk, and
Velvet, L'Aiglons, every price
25c to$J.OOeach
Embroidered, hemstitched and embroidered, hemstitched
and lace trimmed turnover collars, worth 25c each,
only 500 at this price, each . . . 12c
Undoubtedly headquarters for all the newest veilings.
Plain and fancy Tuxedos, plain and dotted chiffons,
wash veils, new complexion veils, new black and
white effects, per yard . . . 15c to $1.00
In shell, plain, jeweled and filigree gold, ea..5c to $2.00
Ask to see the new sash pins.
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1,000 new L'Aiglon
colors, very special.
Ties in all
New ideas are received in this Department weekly. Don't buy your china dinner sets on time, Pay cash
for them by buying here and save at least 33 j per cent. We have the prettiest white semi-percelain ware in
the city Altred Meakin s best production. He never turned out a daintier
pattern. Every lady admires it, and ever' lady who is looking for a white
set buys it. The cut does not do it justice, but describes the fine embossing
as good as can be expected on a newspaper.
We want you to see this pattern and we
will sell you .a 100 piece Dinner Set guar
anteed every piece of it to be a first selec
tionfor $7.75
You can buy this pattern also in what
pieces you desire, and we will match it for years to come.
PPEsp wLsbf lsBa
were: Messrs. and Mesdames Barbour,
Blish, Bignell, ChBpin, Cooke, Cornell,
E. C. Folsom, Guenzel, Gibbs, R A.
Holyoke, Kimball, C. R. Lee, JTeal, A.
C.Ricketts, Rudge, Butler, Richards,
Seacrest, Traphagen, Wolcott, Woods,
W. J. Turner, Armstrong, Foster, Wil
son, Jakway, L. C. Burr, Risser, George
Risser, Sharps, Edmiston, Grainger,
Metcalf, Folsom, H. B. Ward, A. S.
Tibbets; MiBses Tibbets, Marshall, Kir
ker, and Mr. L. A. Ricketts.
The eighth anniversary of Bata Nu
chapter of Delta Tau Delta was cele
brated with a banquet at the Lincoln
hotel Saturday evening. Mr. C. C. Mar
lay acted as toastmaster. The responses
were: ''Delta Tau Delta and the World
Around," Mr. Burton C. Robbins; "A
Fraternity Ideal," Mr. John L. Teeters;
"Legally Speaking," Mr. E. C. Strode;
"A Point of View," Mr. Albert Watkics,
Jr.; "What Brings uh Back," Mr. Ben
jamin Kenelm King; "As We Now Are,"
Mr". Kimball Barnes; "Auld Lang Syne,"
Mr. Fred Lyons. Two new members,
Messrs. Chancellor Phillips and Fred
Farney were iuitiated.
A moasurine party was given at the
home of Mre. R. E. Moore on Wednes
day afternoon by the Southeast Circle
of the FirstPreabyterian church. Musical
selections were rendered by Mrs. R. A.
Holyoke. Mrs. C. E. SandersoD, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Lewis Baker, Mies May Belle
Hagenow, Miss Ella Givens and Miss
Burruss. The program:
Bright Star of Love, Robandi.
Spring Song. Rinecke, Mrs. E. Lewis
Ba'ier flute obligate?, Mr. Baker.
Violin solo, Mazurka, Bocbne, Ro
manga LeBdB, Miss Mabelle Hagenow.
Song, Springtime of Love, Mrs. R. A.
Trio, Violets, Anschmann. Mrs. Hol
yoke, Mrs. Sanderson, Mrs. Baker.
Piano solo, Id Rbapsodi, Liszt, Miss
Bessie Burruss. Accompanist, Miss El
la Givens.
A birthday party was entertained last
Saturday evening at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. P. Hildebrand. Games
were played, and luncheon was served to
Messrs. and Mesdames Mockett, Little,
Lamb, J. V. Wolfe. J. J. Tebbetts, Fred
Mockett, W. B Hester, C. H. Frey, Gus
Eiche, J. S. Kirkpatrick, G. Hills, S. D.
Swab, L. N. Eskew, H. C. Hagen, J. H.
Mrs. L. C. Richards entertained the
Lotos and Fortnightly clubs on Thurs
day afternoon. The beautiful, Btately
court of the Richards' home was dark
ened and Mrs. Hall delivered a lecture
with the aid of magic lantern slides, on
French art Mro. Hall has already
demonstrated her ability to handle the
peculiarly difficult problems of an illus
trated lecture. Her Thursday afternoon
audience was intensely interested and
expressed its pleasure by hearty ap
plauEe. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bell entertained
the Laveta whist club on last Tuesday
evening. The membeis and guests in
vited were: Messrs. and Mesdames .I.J.
Davis, J. F. Boggs, C. T. Boggs, W. A .
Lindley, A. W. Field, A. n. Weir, J. J.
Gillilan, E. Hallett, Mrs. G. J. Hopkins,
Mis3 Mabel Lindley, Miss Boggs, Miss
Caflyn, Mr. Henry Lindley, Mr. Rae
Lindley, and Mr. Frank Ringer.
The Ladies' Faculty club held its reg
ular social meeting on Wednesday with
Mrs. Richards and Mrs. Davis, at tbe
home of the latter.
Mrs. F. E. Campbell entertained the
Century club on Tuesday afternoon.
A paper on Alexander tbe Great was
read by Mre. Atwood,and a discussion of
the subject was led by Mrs. McCreary.
One of the interesting features of tbe
afternoon was a brief review of some
book which had impressed her favor
ably, by each member of the club. Mrs.
Campbell will entertain the club at its
next meeting.
Miss Annie Miller entertained So
rosis on Tuesday afternoon. Mre. W.
G. L. Taylor discussed the forest prob
lem, ably reviewing it in all its phases.
Tbe general discussion which followed
was interesting aud enthusiastic. The
next meeting will be with Mrs. A. S.
Tibbetts, when Doctor Cook will dis
cuss "A Chapter in Medicice."
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Ocobosk, for
merly of Lincoln, but now of Portland,
Oregon, passed through the city on
Tuesday, and stopped for a short visit
with Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, of
College View. Mr. Ocobock is an ex
tensive fruit grower. Forty acres of
prunes are now blooming for him.
Mrs. J. B. Horton gave a reception on
Wednesday afternoon, complimentary to
Mrs. Clapp of Wichita, Kansas, who is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Teeters. The
guests were received by Mrs. Horton,
Mrs. Clapp and Mrs. Teeters. The di a
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