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Mrs. E. M. Morseinan returned to Mt. ClemonB, Mich., on Monday taking hor son Edward with her. Mr. Joe Morseman accompanied them as far as Chicago. ADDITIONAL LINCOLN. Mrs. L. P. Riot., who has been visiting hor sister, Mrs. Ed N. Thacker, for several weeks, returned to her homo at Jeanette, Pa., on Monday. She iB a lady of great musical talent and during htr stay hero very proficiently and kindly officiated as accapanist at "Pinafore" rehearsals for tho performance to lie given under Mr. Seamark's direction. I was very glad to hear that tho baths at Hot Springs had been bo beneficial to little Marthcna Harrison. If this little lady continues to improve her mother's return to Omaha will be rather indefinite. X i Miss Ogden and Miss Amwell have returned homo after a very pleasant summer spent in the north. Dr. and Mrs. Summers and Miss Summers are expected back in Omaha next week. Major Henry McEIderry leaves today for his new station, Fort Robinson. Capt John F. Guilfoyle, of Fort Robinson, is commander of the rifle range at Bellevieu again this year. On Tuesday night, at the uast Days of Pompei. in General Brook's party were Col. Benham, Major Humphrey, Capt. Nye and Lieut. Deane. Through the courtesy of Col. Benham, Inspector of small arms practice of the department, the Thurston Rilles will bo given the use of tho range one day next week and the Qmaha Guards Monday tho 17th. It will be of interest to note the standing of these two rival companies at target shooting. Tuesday night was soldiers night at the "Last das of Pompeii." Very excellent drills weie given by both Hie Omaha Guards and tho Thurston Ritles. The set piece of the occasion was a large portrait in tire works of General John R. Brooke. Tho audience was & largo one, and for Omaha, very enthusiastic. "Colonel and Mrs. Marshall I. Ludington are expected in Omaha next week and will bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. II. Patrick. Dean Gardner returned from Bayfield early in the week. Mrs. Shocmacker has returned from Hot Springs. Colonel Thomas Wilson, subsistanco department, was in town this week, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Switzler. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and children aro home after two weeks spent very delightfully at Manitou Springs, Colorado. Mr. Juan Boyle of Kearney was in town on Tuesday. Dr. Miller returned from Washington last Saturday where ho had been to sec about tho rumor concerning tho abolishing of the De partment of the Platte and the moving of army headquarters from Omaha. Have you any idea of tho number of people who pass on the south side of O street between Eleventh and Twelfth each day. And out of the total number how many stop at tho handsome store of E. Hallet and admire the jewelry of every description displayed in his window? "Of course," said Mr. Hallctt, to a Coukiki scribe, "it is impossible for the people to have any idea of the amount of watch es, diamonds, rings, pins, earrings, chains, and silverware of all kinds that we carry. We have some very late novelties in scarf pins for the gentlemen and will at all times have the very latest in that line. We also have a lino line of canes and if anyone wants to make a gentleman apresent of a nice gold headed cane with his name rn graved upon it is about as nice a present as he could wish for. Mr. Hallett then remarked that he had the finest line of diamonds in the city and would bo pleased to show them to anyone who might wish to see. If you have never been in Mr. Hillett's place at 1143 O street you have missed seeing tho finest jewelery store in the state. Both circles or tho Dante club met with Miss Elliott on Wednes day morning. Miss Gcrtrudo Sousley, of Nebraska City, has arrived and will soon commence her work at tho conservator. The new Btudonts at the conservatory of music will tender a pleasant reception on Friday evening. Miss Jennie Brohnrd, the now principal in the Lincoln college of music arrived in the city Thursday. "-v C. L. Donney, of Sioux Falls, S. D., is a guest of secretary Furnas. Mr. Downey is secretary of the South Dakota state fair. Mrs. A. N. Wycoff and daughter, Miss Pearl, Misses Mabel Rick ctts, Grace Bishop, Julia and Mary Prescott are spending a week at Crete. Miss Nellie Cochrane entertained most delightedly the members of tho W. E. C. cooking ciub Friday evening in honor of Miss Blanche Garten, who leaves in a few days fo- Baltimore, where she attends the woman's college. A delicious menu consisting of iced fruit, fried chicken, stuffed eggs, rolls, sweetbread salad, cheese straws, salted peanuts, olives, cake, ice cream, iced cocoa was enjoyed by following young ladies: Misses Blanche Garten; Georgia Camp, Edith Parish, Etta Parish, Mable Metcalfe, Florence Marley, Maud Lyons, Ella Matthews, Stella Curtice, Grace Huntsinger, Lizzie Smith and Mesdames Townsend and Prewitt. Well you never saw such an assortment of hew stylish dress goods as Herpolsheimcr & Co. have just opened their own importation di rect. Their entire stock of but one or two dress patterns alike one they sell out of town, the other, if you get it, can't be matched in the state. Prices 41)c, G3c, 07c and upwards. Herpolsheimer & Co.'s new cloaks, suits and fur capes are marked at the one lowest price that saves you considerable. See them now just to get an idea of the new styles. When tho ice man comes be sure the name LINCONL ICE CO. is on tho wagon, they have no pond ice. 1040 O Street. 'Don't forget Sisleic's new quarters when wanting anything in the Ice Cream line. 133 south 12th street. Phone C30. If you order your ice of tho LINCOLN ICE CO., you will ge prompt service, courteous treatment and puro ice. 1040 O street. See Sisler tho Ico Cream man in his new quarters when wanting wanting anything in his line. He will serve you well. 133 Bouth 12 street. Phone K" That Tired Feeling Is a dangerous condition directly duo to depleted or impure blood. It should not be allowed to continue, as in its debility the system is especially liable to serious attacks of illness. Hood's Sarsapirilla is rhe remedy for such a condition, and also for that weakness which prevails at the change of season, climate or life. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, carefully prepared from the best ingredients. 25c.