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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1902)
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IN PA PETER I ES
KING'S CRUELTY CAUSES A SCANDAL
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Photographs of Babies
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Because of his cruelty to his two daughters, both of whom he has disowned. King Leopold of Belgium is now
one of the most unpopular monarchs that ever sat upon a Belgian throne. Talk of the overthrow of his dynasty
and the institution of a republic are again in the air. Above are the latest photographs of the two beautiful prin
cesses, who have mourned the severe displeasure of 'their royal parent.
"wiibT pointed back and front. About
the feet was a full four-inch flounce of
the wave lace. The bodice was formed
almost entirely of pearls and lace, with
a little satin appllqued in roses or
leaves here and there. -The sleeves were
simply drooping strands of pearls,
falling only half-way to the elbow, and
met by long lace gloves.
Another attractive gown was a white
taffeta in combination with white
cloth: both materials anearing onlv
in the form of tucks.
A beautiful hat. of old-fashioned
poke-bonnet style, was a feature of the
costume. It had a long white plume
falling over the left side nearly to the
shoulder, and a long white scarf pend
ant from the back.
Theer seems to be a tendency to re
vive the three-flounced skirt. I have
noticed several tall women wearing
them of late. They are pretty but very
Everything looks promising for a
BACK FROM THE
season of charming styles, and wel
There is such a wide choice in fabrics
and modes that anyone with an lota of
good taste can manage to look well.
There will, moreover, be such quanti
ties of work on the gowns that mod- -istes
have every reason to be grate
ful. It will take them twice as long to
produce a confection, and they will be
able to charge four times as much.
Lady Modish in Town Topics.
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This Is the latest photograph of Eve
lyn P. Baldwin, the famous explorer
who has been recalled from his quest
of the North Pole in which he was
sent by the "Baldwin-Ziegler Expedi
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FOR SALE BT i'11"
RUDGE & GUENZEL CO
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