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Tti& Globe OlotlairiK House wants your trade.
Mr. Art Guiou wont to Des Moines on Wednesday to attend tho
wedding of Miss Clapp to Mr. Harbach, from there on to Cincinnati
for a few days returning home tomorrow.
Lieut. Prince left for tho cast this week on a month's leave.
Captain Mulford is visiting his father at tho Cochrano hotel,
Washington, D. C.
Miss Gene Hawkes, of St. Joseph, who is so very pleapantly re
membered in Omaha, has announced her engagement to Mr. Dun
bar, a Bostonian now a resident of St. Joseph.
The marriage of Miss Balch and Mr. A. L. Reed took place at tho
bride's homo on Tuesday at two o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Reed left on
the afternoon train for the cast where thoy will remain until Thanks
giving. Next week in honor of Miss Jentio Yates tho Debutanto cooking
club will give a cotillon.
The Young Woman's Minstrels will bo repeated at Boyd's for tho
Old Ladies Homo and it is to be hoped that thoso in charge will
meet with Mrs. McKenna's phcnominal success, for sho enriched tin
church coffers to tho tune of 81000 and some cents.
Judge and Mrs. Ogdon have returned from their wedding trip.
Mrs. J. J. Brown, Mre. Henry Wyiuan and Miss Chandler left for
the Pacific coast on Monday.
The marriago of Mr. Milton Barlow and Miss McClintock will
occur at Chicago on Wednesday, November 11th.
Tho marriage of Miss Jentie Yates aud Mr. Edward Smith, of St.
Joseph, will tako place December tho 12th.
Miss Sherwood's marriago to Mr. Lambertson will take placo in
Miss Pratt had as her guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Rogers, Miss Kountzo, Miss Burns, Miss Helen Smith, Mr. Charles
Kountzn, Mr. Netherton Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Yates and Miss Jentio Yates are homo from New
Miss Woolworth is in New York w hero sho contemplates spending
the winter with Mrs. Guy Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Barkalow and children returned on Monday
from an extended visit to Portland, Ore., and Denver.
General Brooke is home from a trip to Baltimore, New York,
Washington and Pittsburg.
The marriage of Lieut. L. M. Prince to Miss Reinhardt of Bloom
ington, 111., will tako place about tho middle of November.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis went to California on Monday.
Dr. S. D. Mercer has returned from the Pacific coast.
In honor of Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Will Redick entertained Mrs. Brooke,
Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Barton, Mrs. Lyman, Mrs. Belden,
Mrs. Candy, Mrs. Dundy, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Yost, at luncheon on
Mrs. Hall gave a progressive card party Monday at her home on
California street. Mrs. Funko and baby will remain some weeks
longer with Mrs. Hall.
Hoyle says: "When in doubt, lead a trump." Hoyle being a re
cognized authority on games of cards, people refer to him as such.
In like manner we want our friends to refer to us when in doubt as
to the best placo to buy jewelry. This world is pretty much a gamo
of draw. It takes a rich man to draw a check, a pretty girl to drar
attention, a horso to draw a cart, a plaster to draw a blister, a toper
to draw a cork, a dog fight to draw a crowd, Hallett to draw the
jewelry trade. Mr. Hallett was very busy when he was called upon
by tho Courier scribe this week and reports that he has had a very
successful week. "You see," said Mr. Hallett, "I keep something
attractive in tho window and tho people are beginning to learn that
we carry the most select stock of diamonds, watches, clocks, jewelry,
canes and novelties in tho city." If you are thinking of buying a
present for someone drop in and see Mr. Hallett at 1143 O street. Ho
will be sure to please you.
There is no better medicine for family uso than Ayer's Cathartic
Pills. Their sugar-coating makes them easy and even agreeable to
take, and as they contain no calomel or other injurious drug, they
aro perfectly safe for patients of any age.
OCTOBER 27th, 1S9L
I vote for
Name of voter.
S500 CASH CONTES
This coupon entitles tho voter to one
vote in tho SolX) cash contest which
closes December 24th, 1801. The
person receiving the highest number of votes will receive 8250, tho
person receiving tho next highest, 8150; and the person receiving the
next highest, 8100.
An over winning and popular successful farce comedy will bo tho
offering at tho Lansing theatro tonight by a clovcrcompany of vcrsi
tilo comedians and comediennes entitled 4-11-41. This comedy
whilst new this season, has given unlimited pleasure and unrestrain
ed amusement in all tho cities whero seen as being all that is claim
ed for it, simply for laughter and puro fun. The management of tho
Lansing theatre furnish something good in 4-11-44 tonight.
Like Tennyson's brook, Hoy t's "A Trip to Chinatown," seems to
runs on and on. This merry musical satiro comes to us direct front
its unprecededted run of over COO nights at Hoyt's theatre. Now
York City, and will be seen on next Wednesday ovening at the Lan
sing theatro exactly tho samo as when presented at tho metropolitan
theatre. Tho company Mr. Hoyt has selected to interpret his work
includes some of tho cleverest comedians and singers now on tho
stage. Tho piece itself needs no introducing, as most every theatro
goer in the country is acquainted with tho fact that "A Trip to
Chinatown" was written "only to amuso" and has no pretentions to
plot. Several new songs have been added all of which will provo
tuneful and catchy as Mr. Hoyt has never been known to fail in
wiiting a topical song each year that has not caught tho fancy of
tho public. Mr. Frank Lane, who plays tho part of Wetland Slrtmg
heads the list of comedians and promises to be as funny as his char
acter would indicate. Geralu Griffon, tho "Ben Gay" of tho com
pany, is just as scdato as a staid old man could bo when out with
tho boyB. Lottie Mortimer, as Flirt, is more captivating than ovor.
Georgio Bryton, as Willie Groie, is thoroughly up to tho times for a
youngster, while Sara Maddern as the gushing widow, Mrs. Guyer,
and in fact tho entire company aro deserving of mention.
Tho scenery, costumes, properties have all been renovated sinco itB
production at the homo theatre and are carried with tho company.
Mr. Hoyt intends to present "A Trip to Chinatown" in a manner
that will leave littlo to bo desired from the amusement loving pub
lic. Fowlers players will be at the Funke all of tho coming week at
popular prices. This is one of tho best cheap companies on tho road
and those who have never attended any of theso popular priced
shows do not know how much merit there is in this attraction.
Monday ovening the company will present "A Wife's Honor" with
all tho scenery and an elaborate wardrobe cannot fail to please tho
full house that is surely waiting for them. Operatic orchestra un
der the direction of E. Hutchins. Mrs. Lillian Hutchins, pianist.
New songs, dances, new musical specialties. Ladies will bo admit
ted free Monday night to see "A Wife's Honor,', accompained by an
escort with one paid reserve ticket purchased before 7 o'clock p. m.
Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents. Tickets now on sale. Secure your tick
ets now and avoid tho rush and get good seats. An entire change
of program nightly.
WE HAVE GOT THEM.
The Pratt stock of high grado shoes tho cleanest and neatest
shoes ever brought to Lincoln.
Our guarantee is this, if you can duplicate these shoes within a
dollar or two dollars of theso prices, bring them back and get your
Remember wo have all widths and sizes, can give you a perfect
fit. Extra sales, people to wait on you. Sale begins Saturday morn
ing. Herpolsheimer & Co.
Childrens high grado ribbed underwear exclusively handled by
Herpolsheimer fc Co. Fit is perfect, style and fit correct.
Intelligent people, who realize tho important part tho blood holds
in keeping the body in a normal condition, find nothing strange in
the number of diseases Hood's Sarsaparilla is able to cure. So many
troubles result from impure blood, the best way to treat them is
through the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla vitalizes the blood.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner pils, assist digestion, prevent
The GLOBE sells The Hopkins Hat. You will like it.