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Ed Young, PIPE8.
Dr Caso MoMurtry Blk.
Eat at Hondry'a, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Squaro Meals at Francis Bros.
Buy your millinery at the Famous.
51.25 kid gloves 98c at The FamouB.
1-3 off on millinery at The Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
Dr. Woodward, ocrulist, RlchardB
Rooert Fuller Is visiting his home
Swoil up-to-date M.OO and M.fiO
The junior law class will take up
BlackHtone this week.
The law library was closed on the
nitfut of the thlrty-flrst.
See Westerflold for the lateBt Uni.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th at.
Lylc Mllliken, of Fremont, Is
pledged to Delta Tau Delta.
Charles B. Gregory (U. of N. '91)
sells coal at 1044 0 st. See him.
(J. M. Richards is entertaining his
father at the Beta Theta l'i house.
Miss Katherino Mol'heelv, of Min
den Is visiting tlio Misses Burruss.
Up-to date in every way; those ex
quisite photos at Bass'. 102(1 ()
First clabS plarms at honest uriees.
The Matthews Piano Co. 1120 O
Prayer for young men will be ap
propriately observed by the Y. M. C.
A., Nov. 10-KJ.
The law school will have vacation
from today noon until Wednesday
noon on account of election.
The annual anniversary banquet of
the Lincoln Hotel November lfl.
A Hallowe'en party was, kIyqo to
the aotivo members of Kappa KapDa
Gamma by the freshmen of the
Yule Bros. Hand Laundry, the
place' wlierd they fldn't fade your
shirts and cuffs. "They use no
adds." 1514 O St.
Geo. Kosor IB entertaining his sist
er, Miss Lillydale Koser and her
friend Miss Hazelkirk Richardson, of
For $4 per ton you can get the Rich
Hill Nut, the best coal for the money
in town at the Union Fuel Co.
Office 1014 O St.
Bruoo Benedict, '01, of the Bur
lington construction department, is
attending a national convention of
the Delta Upsilon fraternity at Pro
vidence, R. I.
Mabot Brown, last yoar a Btudont
in the conservatory, Is vlsltlntr with
Miss Jennie Fox. Sho Is en route
trom Illinois to her home in Cozao.
Miss Daisy Ililtner. '00. Is teach
ing a private school at Rosobua
Agency, South Dakota. She wrltos
that sho has a pleasant school and is
delighted with the life at the agency.
Too sophomoro Hop held at Walsh
hall Friday evening was a succoss in
every way. A good crowd turned out
and all enloyed themselves to the
fullest extent. It was an Informal
danco and ovcy fraternity and so
ciety in the Unlveisitv was repro
Beta Theta Pi have initiated the
following men: W. D. Green, Beaver
Ultv. Ceo. S. Kosor, Sioux City, la..
Ben Bailey. Hastlncs, Jesse Culbert
son, Carl Frollch, Lincoln, Robert
Fuller. Crete, Guy A. Moore, Ohio
wa. Friday night the Palladians wore
entertained by Miss sprung at their
annual Hallowe'en j)arty. The home
was gaily decorated with Japanese
lanterns and tables wero arranged for
games. Doughnuts were plentiful and
apples could be had by those who
wished to dive for thorn. Each per
son brought a "horror" for exchange
and these artioles were traded about,
securely wrapped until time was
called, when they were opened.
Devils, pins, tobbaco and mice wero
among the tilings brought to light.
After refreshments the partv oroke
up, an enjoyable evening having been
spent by all.
The Missouri Valley Unitarian
Conference which is being held this
week at All Soul's church will bring
to Lincoln a number of men whose
lectures will be of special interest to
college students. Among them are
Rev. S. A. Eliot, of Boston, Pres
ident of the American Unitarian Ak
sociatlon and a son of President Eliot
of Yale who will deliver the opening
sermon tonight at 7:30. W. IL Car
ruth, Professor of German at the
University of Kansas will speak
Tuesday evening on "Our MosBago In
L'terature." On Wednesday evening
professor e. a. kors ww speaKD
Religion in Its Relation to Sociology
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained at
a unique progressive dinner narty
Saturday nUht in honor of a party
of ten Omaha high school girls who
came over to see the game. Each
icourse of the dinner was served at a
different place and bv different host
Ijsses: ThGsoffclal "car "'OnetawaB"
chartered to convey tho party from
place to plaoo, The first course was
served at the chapter house at Four
teenth and R streets. After it had
been concluded the young ladies took
the car and went from place to place
where tho other courses were served
jn their order, .After fitiedinner
was finished at the home of Miss Ag
new Tenth and C streets the en
tiro party returned to the chapter
house and spent the remainder of the
evening in social enjoyment
Weather report for 24 hours ending
7 did. Sunday:
Highest temporature 43 degrees,
occurlug at 4 pm. ,
Lowest teniDoraturo 27 degrees, oc
curring at 7:30 am.
Mean temperature 3 5 degrees,
which Is 8 degrees below tho normal.
Precipitation for the past twenty
four hours .01 of an Inch.
G. A. LOVELAND,
1 I ' 1 I T WT-i Tr illll I 1?JL IJI w It ,'u4mk
That lb what a certain young man called It
when he got hit weekly miltiry aod made a
RAID ou the Ewing Clothing Co. for his full
suit and overcoat knowing the best place to
buy good clothes, and wil Ingly gavo up his
PAY for one of our High-class. Tailored gar
ments. It pays to buy goo clothes
Ewing Clothing Co.
boaslB of good clothes, "Your money's worth
or tour money back." Those wWo are fastidi
ous ai.d parilcular in dross all seek our linos.
SUITS $;so TO $J5 oo
OVERCOATS $8 50 TO $25 00
Our line of Odd Pants wa never more complete; prices 82. 0() to 8U.50, and
guarantied a perfect fit. Call and Bee us
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Our Bll lard Parlor
is up-to-date and absolutely
free from immoral influence.
Phone 586. POWELL'S, 146 N. 1 ith
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