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Mr. Paul Horbach gave a Hallowe 'en party on Wednesday even
ing when Miss Kountze, Miss Yates, Miss Bessie Yates, Miss Burns,
Miss Smith, Miss Pratt, Miss Hoagland, Mr. Drake, Mr. Charles
Kountze, Mr. Henry Lyman were among the guests.
AN HOUR AGO.
Mrs. Lewie Reed returned on Wednesday from New York and
Mr. Arthur Guion came home Wednesday from Des Moines, Chi
cago and Cincinati.
Mrs. Charles Manderson and Miss Hoyt of Utica are spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bennett.
Mr. Lou Wessell, Jr., was in town this week.
Mrs. Meikle is contemplating spending the winter in California.
Mrs. Kilpatrick has returned from her summer spent abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Horbach left this week for Fort Ethan Allen, Vt.,
where they will visit Captain and Mrs. Bourke.
Miss Hoyt, of Utica, N. Y., Bpent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. Bennett, en route to Colorado Springs.
The Parish Aid society of Trinity Cathedral will give a musicale
and reception on November 13. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Sharp and Miss Georgia Snarp went to Breckinridge, Mo.,
Mrs. Louis Bradford and Mrs. D. W. Wheeler, Jr., spent the wxk
Miss Brock, of Lincoln, is expected in Omaha next week as the
guest of Miss Katharine Barker.
Mrs. Henry Newman, of New Jersey, arrived on Saturday and will
spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. Dundy.
Next Wednesday evening Miss Webster entertains the Debontante
Cooking club in honor of Miss Jentie Yates.
The Princeton Glee Boy's Mandolin club will give a concert at
Boyd's on December 27th.
The young married people's whist club has been reorganized. Mr.
and Mrs. Lehmer will entertain the club next.
Blooming cheeks that flush and brighten
Like the sky ere morning breaks,
Eyes that darken or that lighten
Like deep mountain lakes.
Ear as graceful as a wee shell
Rare beyond the range of art.
Pearl and pinky as a shell.
Lips be still my heart !
Chin that dimples when she's smiling;
Snowy throat without a fleck;
And some cunning curls beguiling
Clustered at the neck.
In a distant land of rapture
We are told that dreams come tru3;
And I would that I might capture
Such a dream as you.
You know how, when the world is gray.
Still lurks the sun-warmth in the air.
That almost, closing eyep, you may
Still felt the unsunk orb is there.
So in tnis ompty place hor word.
That last word of farewell still rings
And yet an hour ago 'twas heard
An hour ago, tho end of things !
Twas broken then, our binding chain.
An hour ago and sho is gone;
She said it, "ne'er to meet again;'
An hour ago, "all past and dono.
I know tho piaco is desolate.
And yet it seems somehow she's here,
And I can plead against my fate.
Give word for word, and tear for tear.
Yes, I could answer now, could prove
Twas slander tale of lying foe;
And yet no word my lips could movo
To utter them an hour ago.
The Iowa College club held its first regular meeting last Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mr. Thos. C. Munger, 14th and D streets.
Duplicate whist occupied the evening with tho following players:
Prof, and Mrs. Williard Kimball, Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Barbour, Dr.
and Mrs. E. L. Holyoke, Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Loomis, Mrs. Robert
Legore, Miss Spencer.
DR. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC No. 77 will "break up" an obsti
nate cold that "hangs on." Put in small vials of pleasant pellets;
just fit your vest pocket; price 2oc; all druggists.
FREE STREET CAR FARE.
On the Western Normal and its transfer lines to all students, resi
dents of Lincoln beginning Monday, Nov 12th and continuing ton
Thorough collegiate courses, splendid commercial, short hand, tel
egraphy and music departments. Call at Western Normal and make
arrangement". W. M. Croan,
Politicians are the best advertised men in the world. Wherever
you go, in whatever land you may travel, politicians are the best
known men in that country. Tell us of a man who is better adver
tised in this country than McKinley. Tell us of any man better
known than George Washington (perhaps Georgo's name should
have ben first, but George won't mind. He's above reading stars.)
Tell us if Vest, Read, Hill, Harrison, Cleveland, Mrs. Lease and
George Oswald are not about as well advertised as any people you
know of. How do they do it? The majority of 'em begin on babies.
Politicians have been known to pick up a cardinal top, freckle faced,
pug nosed baby, and kiss it, and go right to corner drug store and
drink strong liquid after it, just to get a vote. There are politicians
who are honest, and some who are not exactly truthful that is, it
they'd cut down a cherry tree they'd prove an alibi or claim it was
an "ax" i-dent. What class of politicians succeed? The ones who
have honest convictions or honest principles, who believe in them
selves, who tkink they're right, and who stick to their principles.
We are not in politics. We don't meddle with anything but busi
ness, and we're getting plenty of it to meddle with, but we do believe
that the idea of the successful politician is right stick to your prin
ciples. Our principal principle is to sell diamonds for less than any
body else does. Our second principle is to sell more of "em. Our
third principle is to sell good diamonds only. And don't we do it?
We're selling diamonds, watches, chains, clocks, earrings, breast
pins and all kind of jewelry and we're sticking closer to our princi
ples than your country cousins stick to you on fair week. See our
line of novelties. E. Hallet, 1143 O street.