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E. Benjamin Andrews. A lecture was
delivered by Professor Ross on 'British
Married, on Wednesday, October,
twenty-third, Doctor 0. C. Link of
this city to Miss La Grange of Kansas
City. Mr. ana Mrs. Link are touring
the east and may be cistinguiBhed from
ordinary travelers by their beatified ex
pressions. Gregory, The Coal Man, 11th & O.
Mrs. F. B. Righter and Mrs. A. R.
Edmiston have issued invitations to a
card party to be given next Tuesday
afternoon, October twenty ninth.
Miss Etta Schneider, daughter of
Hon. R. B.Schneider of Fremont, was
the guest of Mies May Reynolds of the
State university over Sunday.
Members of the E-E.D. kensington
and their husbands were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Whiting on
Mrs. Maurice Deutsch of Horton,
Kansas, was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
A. R. Mitchell, from Monday until
Mrs. J. Addison Marshall left last
Saturday to join her husband in St.
Louis. They will be absent for several
Fifteen guests were entertained infor
ma'ly by Mrs. W. A. Rankinson Tues
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. John
... Tlie lMxat ...
Will be given by
Tuesday. October 29th,
First Pub. Oct. 26 L
Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 1 V6 of llelisva L. Howe, decead,
in County Court of Lancaster county, Ne
braska. The State of Nebraska, ks : Creditors of said
estate will take notice that the time limited
for presentation and filing of claims against
said estate Is June 1st. 1802, and for payment
of debts is December 1st. 19UJ; that I will sit
at the county court room in said county, on
March 1st. IMC, at S P. M-. and on June 1st,
1902, at 2 P.M., to receiTe, examine, hear, allow.
or adjust all claims and objection)! duly filed.
Dated October 23, 1901.
(SEAL.) FKAJfK R. WATEH8,
By Walter A. LrssE, Clerk County Court
First Pub. Oct. 2G-X
Notice of Final Report.
Estate No. 1534 of William Hugh Botterill
deceased, in county court of Lancaster county,
The state of Nebraska to all persons interest
ed In said estate, take notice that O. B. Polk,
administrator, has filed a final account and
report of his administration, and a petition for
final settlement and discbarge as such, which
hare been set for hearing before said court on
November 18. 1901, at 2 o'clock P. 1L, when you
may appear and contest the same.
Dated October SI, 1901.
( Seat) FRAN K R. WATERS. County Judge.
By Waltkk A. Lkse, Clerk.
First Pub Oct, 26-3
Notice of Final Report.
Estate No. 1517 of Steward Sappcnfield. de
ceased, in County Court of Lancaster County,
The state of Nebraska to all persons inter
ested in said estate, take notice that the
executrix has filed a final account and report
of her administration, and -a petition for final
settlement and discharge as such, which have
been set for hearing before said court on No
vember 20, 1901, at 2 o'clock P. 11., when you
may appear and contest the same
Dated October 21, 1901.
skaz. Fraxk R. Waters,
By Walter A. Lxxsc, Clerk.
Professor and Mrs. E. A. Bennett
have been entertaining Hon. G. A.
Mathews and family of Brookings, S, D.
Miss Charlotte Andrus left Thursday
evening for Chicago, where she will en
ter a kindergarten training school.
Mrs. J. C. Seacrest haB returned
from an extended visit in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Walter A. Leese haB received the
appointment of grand marshall of the
grand lodge of Odd Fellows.
Mrs. W. C. Phillips and Mrs. Mary E.
Phillips are spending two weeks in Buf
falo and other eastern cities.
Mre. J. R. Inkster will entertain thirty
friends of Mrs. John Hewitt at a ken
sington this afternoon.
Mrs. C. G. Crittenden will entertain
on Saturday, November 2, for Miss Hoi
lowbush. Born, on Monday, October 13, to Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond P. Welch of Omaha,
Mrs. G. W. Hoobler of Omaha spent
Wednesday in Lincoln.
Dr. Carr, surgeon. 141 South 12th.
Died, in Denver, at the home of her
son Harry, October 24th, 1901, Mrs. M.
B. Reese, wife of Judge Reese of this
city. Mrs. Reese has been an invalid
for about a year. She was a high
minded, good woman and very dearly
beloved in Lincoln where she haB lived
for a number of years.
ln-the death of Mr. A. Clark Redick
Omaha's society and business circles
suffer a great loss. With the exception
of a few years at the Shattuck Military
academy and two years in California,
Mr. Redick's life was spent in Omaha,
where for several years he has been en
gaged in the real estate business with
his brother, Mr. Chatham Redick.
Funeral services were held on Sunday
Gty Improvement Society.
The regular meeting of the City Im
provement society was held on Thurs
day morning. The encroachments of
stands on the business streets was given
serious consideration, also the unsani
tary condition of the sidewalks owing to
expectoration and lack of systematic
cleaning. This subject will be brought
to the notice to the sidewalks commit
tee of the city council. At the corner
of Fourteenth and H streets the cross
ing is rendered impassable by the waste
water from the engine at the State
Capital. Individual protests have been
without effect, and the matter will now
be officially presented to the board.
Plans were discussed for the reception
to be given on November seventh in
Walsh Hall to the city officials and
members of the commercial club.
THE ARENA, the World's Lead
ing Liberal Review, price 92.50
MIND, the Leading Magazine De
voted to Psychology, Metaphys
ics and the New Thought, price.. 2 00
THE COURIER, price 1.00
Our Great Combination Offet:
These Three Leading publica
tions all sent for 1.50
THE ARENA 2.50
THE COURIER. 1.00
Both for 2.50
MIND 2 00
THE COURIER. 1.00
Both for. 2.00
Of more than ordinary
interest to the economy
loving shopper; and we
all like to save money
on our every-day pur
chases. Don't miss the
circular now being-
placed at your door, but bring it with you, you'll find it
a great help in your trading1.
27 in wide
10c and 15c
Ice a box
27 inch Jackets with one half fitted box
coat backs. Satin lined, fur collar, an
elegant garment for I$I2.00
27 inch Jacket. Skinner satin 'lined, ex
tra quality of Kersey in black, tan or
castor, two good values.
42 inch Jackets, Skinner aatin lined, ex
tra fine Kersej in black, tea and cas
tor, see the values for
SI8.50, $20.00, $25. OO
58 inch Jackets, with one-half fitted
back, body lined, come in all color
Kearsey cloth, no such value offered
anywhere $16.50, $20.00
Tight fitting Newmarkets in al the dif
$20.00, $25.00, $30.00
Black Dress Goods Extra.
56 inch black suiting for walking skirts,
cravenetted; will not shrink or spot,
waterproof, Bpecial, per yard.. $1.49
48 inch cravenetted Granite Cloth, weare
. well, sheds dust, will not spot, water
proof, regular 81.25 grade, yard.. 98c
50 inch black, all wool Cheviot, regular
81.00 quality, yard 75c
We are showing some great values in
Priestley Cravenettes. Black Goods;
will not spot with water, very hand
some finish, extra special values for,
per yard 98c, $1.25.
$1.49, $1.63, $1.85, $2.49
Black wool Granite Cloths, sheds dust
and wean well, per yard
49c. 75c, 98c,$I.IO
One-half wool Cashmeres in black, 36
inches wide, very special, per yd. . IOc
Colored Suitings Extra
Extra heavy Illuminated Suiting for
walking skirts and tailor suits, re
quires no lining. 56 inches wide, regu
lar 82.00 grade, per yard $1.49
New Cravenette Suiting for walking
skirts, will not spot or shrink, 54
inches. 8200 grades, yard $1.49
54 inch Tailors' Suiting for walking
skirts, regular 81.00 quality. This will
go quickly for, per yard 75c
45 inch all wool Serge, good quality, 65c
goods, very Bpecial, per yard-. ...49c
Have you seen the seven yard Drees
Patterns we are selling for, per pat
One thousand special purchase all wool
Golf Glovos, solid colors, worth 50c,
OUR 81 .25 LAMBSKIN GLOVES
Will be found superior in wear and fin
ish to any $155 or 81.50 French Kid
Glove advertised anywhere. They
are made of the finest quality selected
Lambskins, and come in two weights.
The light-weight is three clasp, over
seam with self back and fancy, two
toned embroidery so suitable for dress
wear. The heavier quality is in a two
clasp pique for school or street wear.
Every pair we fit and guarantee
50c all wool
I - 1 flee I H fBJ " Mwr mm vj BM afBs
Vjldaa IBkl ArJ I Bl asi Jav M IBM 1
35c and 50c