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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1902)
Spy a man emerging from a barber
shop with face glowing with a straw-
. berry and cream tint and you may
know he is fresh from a face massage.
If by constitution he Is proud of his
looks mark it down that he is after a
clearer complexion. If he is by nature
fond of a sensation of comfort say
that he has found a new way to secuie
it. You will not then speak wrong.
A face massage is a comfort. For
about a year It h.is been practiced in
a number of the shops in Lincoln.
Those who have tried it once have re
peated it on every possible occasion.
Only three things will nreent its
repetition with Invariable regularity.
They are these, to-wit: lack of time,
lack of a dime and no credit.
No two barbers massage exactly
alike. The principle, however. Is one
scheme running through all their ef
forts. The result Is a feeling of exhil
aration and freshness equivalent some
times to a good sleep. You dodge oui
of the shop if you have been handled
'not too roughly, feeling master of
yourself and all about you.
The barber who can rub your face
rightly is worth more to you than a
preacher, when it comes to setting you
straight with yourself and the world.
The comfort you derive from the
massage is more than two-fold. Be
sides renewing your spirits it gives you
the satisfaction of knowing that the
skin has been thoroughly cleansed and
that the circulation has been encour
aged. The rubbing, preceded by a pro
cess of sweating, loosens the kinks, re
moves the finely lodged particles of
dirt and sets the blood to moving as
never before. Stub ends of blood ducts
where heretofore the red fluid has
moved but sluggishly, If at all, arc
forced full of blood, encouraged to ad
mit it regularly and consequently these
parts are nourished as never -before.
There is no better treatment for faces
seamed, haggard or pallid. And the
tendency is to send all facial excies
France is the natal field of the face
massage. The notion was born there
and came across the sea as do most
all other things of merit that originate
in that country. Gradually it has
traveled westward. It has been in
Lincoln not a year yet but every pro
gressive barber in town makes some
pretensions in .its practice. Not very
many have perfected the art.
Though hardly two start alike the
idea is to sweat the face with hot
cloths before the proceeding is over.
Thus the pores are cleared out in good
shape. A fragrant massage cream is
spread over your countenance and then
begins the rubbing process. Deft
fingers course over every inch of your
face in every direction. When this has
gone on a while the masseur resorts to
plucking tactics. He nips up your
countenance in a pretty run of finger
ing until every square inch is covered,
even including the ridge of your
nose and lids of your eyes sometimes.
Back, and forth he goes over your
cheeks, forehead, chin and neck, up
and down, sidewise and every way,
rubbing and plucking. Gradually th.e
cream evaporates what isn't rubbed
in and the refuse of your skin begins
to roll up. More hot cloths are ap
plied and this is all washed off. You
march away, skin softened, face aglo.v,
a tol-n of perfect health.
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Shown by tb Census
Lancaster county has 2S.S33 men
while the female inhabitants number
26,578. At first glance it would seem
that this is a community In which
there should be a dearth of old maids
and an open market on marriage
Foreign born men in the county ag
gregate 5,301 while women not native
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ed world has one or more representa
tives In this city. There urc several
Filipinos. Japanese. Chinese and other
denizens of the Orient ure tteen every
day upon the streets and form a law
abiding portion of the Inhabitants. The
Armenians are represented, us are
nearly all the European countries.
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to be missing. Yet It might be possible
to have them among the population
of the city and counted with om
Four hundred and fifty-two colored
men reside In the city limits. Th
women aggregate 393. For the most
part the colored clement of the popu
lation Is confined to the region south
of O street and west of Ninth. A con
siderable colony of Africans lives on
As to thrift and industry the Rus
sians seem to take the palm, although
the Hebrews are close competitors.
The Germans are economical and eager
for educational advantages.
The negroes have always been a
source of annoyance and expense to
the authorities and from figures at the
office of the county attorney It sevms
that the colored criminals of Lincoln
have been more expense to the county
than all the remainder of the popula
tion of Lancaster.
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Bonnie Doon Castle was organized at Lincoln, Neb., at the beginning of the present year and bids fair to
become one of the strongest castles In the Royal Highlanders" jurisdiction. The castle Is now holding Its meetings
in the new Fraternity building hall, which Is one of the finest lodge halls In the west.
Bonnie Doon's drill team Is the pride of the Lincoln Highlanders and is said to be the best drilled team In the
state. Captain H. J. Glldersleeve is in command.
Lincoln, Neb., now has four splendid Highlander castles. Holcomb No. 20, Jtevlresco No. 167, Dumbarton No.
264 and Bonnie Doon No. 300, all wide-awake, growing, prosperous and aggressive. The Royal Highlander.
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