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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1903)
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Late Society Notes.
The Tbetas beld open house Sunday
J. R. Blackman, '01, Bpent Saturday
and Sunday at the Beta Thotn PI house.
Miss Cook, V&Bsar '03, Ib vlBltlng her
former classmate, Miss Mabel Stcphon.
at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
George Soldier left for Ann Arbor
Saturday evening, where he will study
Tbe Theta chapter gave a reception
for their nev pledges last Saturday
The Alpha Tau Omega Inlatlted
Messrs. Kenneth C. Hengcn and Frank
M. Johnson Saturday evening.
The Alpha Tau Omega will give an
lnfdrmal smokor at tho chapter house
Saturday evening. October 3.
Mrs. S. B. Round and Miss Olivia
Pound will give a luncheon next Sat
urday In honor of Mrs. Stetson.
Mrs. Fteuikner and Mrs. Scchrcst,
patronesses of the Alpha Omlcron Pi's,
will entertain the chnpter Sunday.
Tho Chi Omega will move Into their
new homo, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth on D Btrect, early this week.
Mlsa Eames of Chicago, niece of
Prof. Kamos of the Conservatory of
Music, rs pledged to Kappa Kappa
M169 Agnes Casebeer. who graduated
from the domestic science department
of the University last year, is visiting
her sorority slaters at the Delta Delta
Delta chapter house.
Beta Theta Pi gave an informal par
ty at the fraternity chapter house last
Friday evening. Dancing was tho or
der of tho evening. Light refreshments
were served between times.
Kappa Alpha Theta received for
their new pledges Saturday evening
from 8 to 11 o'clock at the chapter
house. A host of fraternity men
availed themselves of the opportunity
to partafc of Ices, and Incidentally tp
meet tho charming Thotas to be.
Misses Vivian Lee and Elsie Steven
son entertained a few friends Informal
ly at 1504 R street last Saturday cvon
Ing. The following were present:
Misses Mao and Margaret Porter nnd
Jennie Whltmore; Messrs. Charles Pur-
cell. Rpbt. Thompson, WllJ Hour, Leigh
Drake? E. R- Haddax.
The Delta. Gammas gave u linen
shower Saturday night at the chapter
houee In bonr of Miss Ruth Bryan.
Numerous glfta or uui '.'.nen were given
the prospective bride. The affair was
wholly Informal. College songs and re
freshments were Indulged lu.
Perhaps the largest social event of
tho week, pnrticlpatM in by Unlvoislty
people, was tho opening reception to
new Btudents, by the three literary
Eocletlca, Dellans. Unions and Pallad
lans Friday night lu their respective
halls. About three hundred wore In
attendance, bolng about equally divid
ed among the three societies. Tho so
cial committees and old members
Eparod no effort In providing amuse
ment, and games and marches were
resorted to for making acquaintances
and encouraging conversation. The
hullB were all gayly decorated with
pal ma, scarlet and cream and society
cojors. The general plan of tho re
coptlon was the same In each coclety
and icea and other dainties were served
during the course of the evonlng and
tho entertainment continued until a
late hour; when the Janitor gently announced-
that the lights would soon be
discontinued. The reception was a
complete success in every way and a
good year of literary and society ad
vancement is looked forward to by each
of the 'different societies.
We have what we call tho best grado
but we also have a cheap- grade. Our
A"dv!ce: IV better to pay a little
more audi get the best The
Paine Clothing Store,
College Settlement Work.
For the benefit of those who may
not bo familiar with tho College Set
tlement and tho work, it might be well
at the outset to state that It Is a char
ity institution; having for its expresB
aim the establishing of a place whore
all classes may meet together In a
fratornal spirit for social rocrcation
and mutual help. The feasibility of
such an Institution In a city of this
size, in connection with the University
must be ut once apparent. An oppor
tunity Is given to Btudents of sociology
and others of a philanthropic turn of
mind not only to aid this movoment
by personal work but a great field is
offered for the study of practical ques
tions In sociology.
Mr. Prevoy, of the department of so
ciology, Is In immediate charge of the
College Settlement work. Its board of
directors consists of four faculty mem
bers, four student members and three
city members; the faculty and student
members being chosen annually by the
faculty and studonts respectively, nnd
the city members are selected by the
beard. The College Settlement head
quarters are at 200 South Twentieth
street, where the work 1b carried on.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Prevey reside here
and rooms are furnished to a limited
number of students who assist in the
work. These departments are con
ducted at the College Settlement house:
Antolope Valley Boys' club, Ruby Seal
club, Literary and Social club, reading
rooms, game rooms, shower baths, sew
ing school, cooking school, and carpen
ter clans. All the opportunities are
free, tho work being conducted by
those In lmmedlnte charge of the set
tlement. The work Is one of great Interest as
well rb of profound Importance and
should have tho support of all students
who can possibly spare auy of their
time. The present faculty members of
the board of directors are Professor W.
O. L. Taylor, Professor A. Ross Hill.
Professor Paul Grummann, and Pro
fessor Caldwell, any of whom will be
glad to give any further Information
upon tbo subject. The four student
members will be elocted In October,
after which the settlement work for
thlH year will bo formally opened by
an entertainment at the settlement
Subscribe for The Nebrnskan now
and receive all tho copies. 8ee the cir
culator and make yourself solid.
Lindell Cafe Opens.
The management of the Lindell cafe
formally oponed their magnificent new
dining parlor at 9 o'clock last Saturday
evening. Throughout the whole even
ing the place was continually thronged
by admiring crowds, mostly city peo
ple. Tho regular cafe bill of fare was
served nnd the opening was one of
the most pleasing and successful events
of Its kind ever held in the city of
Lincoln Flowers wero presented to
each guest nnd everything wns done
to ensure them pleasure and enter
tainment. This cafe Is one of tho fin
est In the west and will be run on the
European plan. Although the best of
fare is served, prices are modest. That
the cafe will be popular is evidenced
by the Interest taken In -It by the peo
ple of Lincoln. Sunday and Monday
many guests were served, all being at
tracted by tho courtesy extended and
tho first-claBs service.
A. F. Gill, waiter No. 1, states that
an n la carte bill will be served each
day at dinner, 12 to 2 o'clock. Thoro
are also wine lists of drinks to be
served with orders only. Tho cafe will
be open from G a. m. to 2 a. ra. Tho
up-to-dateness and olaborateness of
everything connected with the cafe
makes It especially Inviting to Univer
Laundry Club at tho Co-Op.
Wright Drug Co., 149 N. 13th. Tel 313.
Harry Porter, caterer to the proper
ly equipped student.
Subscribe for Tho Nebraakan and
take advantage of the 1-aundry club
rates. Ofllco at tlie Co-Op. Tel. A1217.
Ask the cadets of former years. They
will tell you of the uniforms made by
Paine'B Clothing Store. We furnish
the very best.
WANTED, two experienced student
waiters to work at football training
table. E. R. Bucknor, manager.
THE CLASS in English 3, reciting
on Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30
will, moot hereafter In M. A. 20G.
The Y. W. C. A. desires to call the
attention of every young woman in
the University to the ton minute song
services held in the association room at
12:20 every day. Come In and en
Two splendid homes arc each want
ing a young woman who will be com
panionable and help with light house
work. Wo know these homes and can
recommend them. For addresses come
to the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
The first band Informal will occur
next Friday evening, Oct 1, at tho
armory. Promptly at 9 o'clock. Tick
ets 60 cents.
BUSINESS MEETING Y. W. C. A.
1 p. m., U. 107. Members urged to be
present. All Unl. girls Invited.
Little Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
Wo have a largo student patronage.
Every' day from September 15th to
Novomber 30th. Inclusive, the Union
Pacific will sell one-way tickets from
Lincoln as follows:
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20.00 to Helena and Butte, Montana.
$22.G0 to Spokane and Wentachee,
122.50 to Huntington and Nampa,
$25:00 to Portland, Tacoma nnd Se
attle. $25.00 to Vancouvor and Victoria.
$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Ore
gon, via Portland.
$25.00 to San Francisco, Ios Angeles
and Sou Diego.
Correspondingly low rates to many
other California, Oregon, Washington,
Montana, Utah and Idaho points.
For full information call on or ad
dress, E. B. SLOSBON,
IT RESTS WITH YOURSELF
Copyright. $kj. Kohn Brothers.
Armstrong Clothing Company
Good Qothes Merchants
CWdOrrUgo. TUgglr. Th flrvcit Lhrtryln
Monarch Preserves and Jams
are tho finest flaxorod, purest, best a&4
handsomest fresh fruit product in tiro
Kiysloni Cash Grocery, -&?;&
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to date place
where you can get yoar
Cloty'rig Cleaned and 'Pressed
Phone 703 Northeast Cor. Jlth & O'Sto.
THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE
Milliard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tabta Nrwly Cnmd
Powell's, 146 North llth 9t.
Phont L 4.
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
of Lincoln, Nobi-Mka:
John B. Wright, Pmi. J. H. Wectt, Vjcc-Prw
Jo StmutU 2n4 Vfte-Prw. P. L. Hli, Otflfer
W. B. Ryona. Atit. Cuh.
Stelner-Woempener Dri C.,
Phon 707 Lincoln, NW.
Manufacturers of Stolnor's Balaam
Rhubarb Cold Capsules, Pile Chiro ami
Gray's Condition Powders.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN, NEB.
Undivided Profit 4000199
S. H. BURNHAM, Priint.
A.J.SAWYER, H. S. FREEMAN.
H. B. EVANS, FRANK PARKA,
At. CuhUr. Aj. Cnkr.
P. R. BA3TBRDAY, Auditor.
Unt4l Staten Depository.
A young man at ccbooi has a'
good many questions that be must
settle for himself. Tbe nearer
right be settles them, the betUf lor
htmteli and his prospects. One of
the most vital questfons Is that of
good dress. Tbe old man may
ignore good dress and itLU com
mand respect. A young m
never. The better the dress the
greater the resre;t and the rescc:t
of your fellow student and fellow
men Is far and away the most
valuable asset that you can ever
This store is conducted solely
for the purpose of seeing that you
are well-dressed. Not only do we
bave (be best clothing for you, but
we cell it at a price that enables
you to own it
As proof we submit our new
fall suits aad overcoats splendid
patterns superbly tailored-tbat we
are selling at
$IO, $12.50, $15, $18.
m to m O Street, Lincoln T
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