The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 12, 1901, Page 3, Image 3
J l -t.-nafi -" 'T1! ''--3T. - j&,.-; .-aaav-tt. 7 lyaV t "-a-- - -K-" - AJ" i- --.- , . . y" ft Jl "oSl ' IV THE DAILY NEBBASKAN. Lyv-rrw-g?r?fggg - fc- Local and Personal. The Co-Op. Ed Young, PIPES. Dr. Caso MoMurtry fitk. Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th. All the now books at. Browns. Oyster soup 5c nt Francis Bros. Fino furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th. Steele, tho furrier, 143 So. 12th. The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at. 51.25 kid gloves 98c at The Famous. 1-3 off on millinery at The Famous. Dr. block. Woodward, oec.ullst, Richards Meals If) cents, 1333 O. Fains Restaurant. Ralph Rrowns. Connor' b now book at Mrs. Dr. Flcald, of Osceola her'tiauentcr over Sunday. visited MrHrBjaoh-of Hastings. yJsltcd with her daughter over Sunday. See Lindsey's tine line ot pipes. Also iirst class caoos and clars. Bass' Studio for nrst class work at reasonable prices. TJono better, 1020,0. .ludRC Roscoo Pound and wl'(e have removed to their new home ao 1W9 A Streot. .Tho nuoioor ot students enrolled in tot'ie- -MIssoufT State University is aboutarfoo. Kovoral of the Conservatory cirlK attended the foot-ball game at Om aha Saturday. or inuBloal Instruments, Sheet MusKTand Supplies Bee tticRTattliows Mano u., 1120 O stroot. Tho best shoos you ever the, moQoy. Sanderson's $4. 8wolJ styles. saw for Special Miss Mabel llavs cive a 1 onocirH?anm: Junchen Saturday for the Kappas of tho Missouri basket ball team. Tho Delta Uplslon fraternity will Klvo thoir f )urth annual banquet tho Linlcll Jlotol, December 7. nt Professor Uossoy has begun a course of lectures to tho class in "Botany -llonv-the-subjeot nf P.lnnLEaUok ojjy. Clean linen, minus saw edges- ana rips. Undorwoar with no buttons off. That's the way It comes home from Yule Bros. Hand uaundry, lf14 O streot. Czolgosz Is off our hands: Schley J lias beon vindicated: King Edward operated upon, and nothing now re mains but tho coming of "Tumble H'onq-s." . Chancellor Andrews will ' rctrun frorxj his visit afc'Brown University and Washington, tho latter part of this week. Tho correspondence or the Engine ering Society Increased to suoh an ex- tent, cspoolally on account of tho an nal, that tho officers have had somo letter heads printed with envelops to match. Professor Bosscv has boon askoa to contribute to a now weokly Journal which Is soon to be started in Toron to. Canada, tho boclnnln of next year. Tho next mooting of tho Uni or chestra will bo hold Wednesday even ing at the old chapel. All Interested in this kind nt muisc are urged to be present. Fanners and others are still Bond ing in specimens or grass and weeds to tho department of botany fpr Identification. " Kappa Alpha Thota has pledged Mary Bedwoli. Photo Iloel. Rolla Gallaghor, Jean Felt, of Omaha anc Ida Robblns oi Lincoln. .T. E. Pearson, a formor scudont of the University, now Instructor it the Re;I Oak High scrlool, was in the city Saturday with tho Red Oak football team. Fred Sweoloy of Isorth Bend and Charles Richie and Albort Randall of Omaha wore inltlate5 into Alpha Teta Chi at tho chapter house Friday ew. Tinnreual r8proaa,TT611owear Pi Beta Phi Sorority met at thr Lincoln Hotel for a banquet proceed ing tho game Saturday evening. Thoy entertained in honor of tho two members of Pi Beta Phi on tho Mis souri basket ball team. Delta uamma has initiated Miss Luella Lansing, Inifred Sliorruan. Ruth Bryan, Mary Tldball, Loraino Corastock, Mable Stone, Julia Do- !Wee8e,t. Edith Dumont, and Mary Harris. Mrs. Seneca G. Dorr a-111 ontcrtain her friends "tit a parlor lecture on Tuesday atfernoon Nov. 12. The program will bo clven by Prof IT. Grman who will speak on man Superstitions." Paul Ger- The Kappa Kappa Gammas aavc a chafing dish party for their sisters, Misses Montgomery. Enyart and Stonor of tho Missouri oasketoall team, at tho home of Miss Anna Hammond Satuiday night after tho Ycstorday was registration day for tho seoand term of tdje School of Music. The registration was very pleasing, irfuch moro so than at this time last vcar. Besides all the old students there were several new ones registered who will In tho future tttk work- at tba Conservatory. TDK Wilson Trgfatntotrairtbe inter est taken by the students of tbe academy In the mid-week assembly meetings. Tbe opening adaress was made by Chancellor Andrews. The wcok following MJss nowell gave a reading. Wednesday last Dr, Wllart on spoko to t'io students. The speaker for next Wednesday, jit 10 o'olook will be Dr. Davenport, prin cipal of of the filch school. These meetings are open, to all friends of tho academy. DR. J. J. DAVIS, GRADUATE OPTICIAN Eyes Examined Free. 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