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125-127 NortK Twelfth Street
A Western Printin Plce where you can get what you want when you want It
Daintily gotten up Booklets and all kinds of Wedding
Stationery and Calling Cards are Specialties V V
Phone 832 LESH . LEMON
SHERIDAN COAL . .
has jvo eqtta.:l,.
LANDY CLARK, Agent.
Office, 11O0 O St. OD el. 10C5.
Ladies . . .
When you buy a Skirt or a Suit or a
1st, FIT; 2fl. STYLE;
4th, Where you can get the best for the
leant money. You can get all of these at
MAX SI KRIS.
1416 Farnam St. : j OMAHA, NEBR
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Bring our Pur Garments and
have them repaired or remod
eled, because it will be cold
Hgain thie year. By the way,
ou can order a Fur Garment
made in the latest style at
u.i ill n i iihi.iiim Brnii
Meals on Time
Should be selected with the
utmost care. The comfort
and proper support of a child's
foot is of great importance.
Our stock is full of the best
styles and the best makes
the selection of just the right
shoe is a very easy matter.
The' are easy to pa' for, too.
PERKINS & SHELDON CO,
1129 O Street.
A society woman who knows her
world says that the fashion of riding
astride will undoubtedly obtain vogue
in the very near future; and if a con
ventional costume had been definitely
decided upon, this summer would have
seen the radical change.
Opinions so far, however, are rather
at variance not in regard to the ulti
mate outcome of the discussion, for
that seems a foregone conclusion, but
in regard to the dreES which will finally
be adopted by the fashionable set.
Smart women are decidedly opposed
to the divided skirt, which they say
makes one appear ridiculous, asserts a
scribe in the New York Tribune. The
costume which obtains the most favor,
and which may ultimately be adopted,
is a long coat, cut like a man's covert
coat, reaching just below the knees, the
legs being encased in the regulation
riding boots. When mounted, the coat,
which, like men's coats, has a slit in
the back, hangs only a little shorter
than the fashionable riding skirt of to
day; and when the equestrienne dis
mounts is nearly as long as a short golf
skirt. Nothing could be more modest
or suitable for those who, fur the sake
of comfort or safety, have decided to
defy prejudice and ride like men.
The side saddle in the next genera
tion bids fair to become as obsolete as
the old style corset has already become.
Both should be comfortable supports,
not instruments of torture.
As time goes on the dress reform
movement seems, in the fashionable
world, at least, to resolve itself into a
question of suitability. And the next
decade will recognize individual cos
tumes for every occasion. A woman
shopping or walking on the streets will
wear, aB she does for bicycling or golf, a
short,scant skirt. In the evening and for
carriage visits she will array herself in
the beautiful, trailing gowns which she
loves, and which are indisputably be
coming to her. In short, women will
be sensible when it Is necessary; but
will indemnify themselves by dressing
more gorgeously and fancifully than
ever for functions that call for line
raiment. The wedding garment will be
more than ever a requirement for ad
mission to the feast. And why should
this not be so? A woman who does not
care for clothes and for an attractive
appearance can hardly be called
Mrs. Henry E. Lewis entertained at
supper Wednesday night for her son,
Mr. Harold, her daughter, Miss Edith,
and her niece. Miss Elizabeth Wing,
who left on Thursday for her home in
West Newton, Massachusetts. The in
vited guests were the Misses Edith and
Gladys Henry, Harwood and Watkins;
Doctor Winnett Orr, Doctor D. B.
Brace, Messrs. Andrews, Henry, John
son and Arthur Raymond.
Mrs. T. S. Allen gave a swimming
party at the Sanitarium Monday morn
ing for her guests, the Misses Marshall
of Salem, Illinois. The invited guests
were Mesdaraes W.J. Bryan and G. W.
Berge; Misses Bryan, Mary Young,
Helen and Faith Schwind, Ruth and
Grace Bryan and Eugenia and Louise
Mrs. Charles O. Whedon, Miss Char
lotte Whedon, Miss Margaret Whedon,
Miss Uora Crop9ey of Fairbury, and
Messrs. Burt and Charles Whedon have
gone to the Laramie mountains where
they will camp during the remainder
of the summer.
The engagement is announced of Mis
Florence McLean Winger, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winger, to Doctor
William Chandler Bagley of St. Louie.
The marriage will take place on Wed
nesday evening, August fourteenth, at
the home of the bride, 1837 E street.
Judge Frank Irvine of this city haj
been chosen to fill the chair of practice
and procedure in Cornell university
made vacant by the resignation of Pro
fessor Red Held, who has accepted a
similar chair in Columbia.
Gregory, The Coal Man, 11th &. O.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hargreaves
family are in Colorado where they
remain until September.
Mrs. A. H. Weir haB gone to Colorado,
where she will remain for several weeks.
Mrs. James W. Dawes was the guest
of Mre. C. H. Gere on Wednesday.
Thursday and BViday.
Miss Harwood and Miss Dorrance
Harwood were the guests of relatives
in Beatrice this week.
Mr. J. E. Butlor, organist of Trinity
Cathedral, Omaha, visited Lincoln
friends last Friday.
The best equipped and most popular
dining hall in the city is the Palace Din
ing hall, 1130 If street. Sunday dinners
a specialty. Best attention paid to fam
ily board. Give it a trial.
Mrs. P. V. M. Raymond left Thursday
night for a visit in Chicago, Chautau
qua, Buffalo and New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McMurtry
spend August at Mackinac.
Mrs. . G. Bohanan
from a visit at McCook.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Oberlies have
turned from a visit in Buffalo
Say! Before buying a buggy see the
Humphrey Hardware Co.
Doctor Charles Yungblud is cpiiiping
with a party at Milford.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Woods havo re
turned from Alaska.
Doctor Fletcher L. Wharton has ie-
turned from his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pomoreno aro in
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rogers aro spend
ing a week in Denver.
Mrs. Harry R. Follmor of Onk is the
guest of Mrs. G. D. Follmor.
Mrs. H. C. M. Burgess is spending a
few weeks in Dtica, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Johnson will spend
he next two weeks at Manitou.
Dr. Carr, surgeon. 141 South
Benham Why don't you stop read
ing and look at the scenery.
Mrs. Benham Oh, I'll see it some
other time; anybody, to hear you talk,
would think this was going to bo my
aBt wedding trip. Town Topics.
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