The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, October 29, 1897, Image 3

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    LOCALS.
. utn Phi will glvo a Hnllowo'on
narty tomorrow night.
oitrma Chi 1ms moved Into tho Mason
Hrtrt hoUBO at 1421 II Btroot.
mj imts nmdo ovor successfully ivt
Mrs Gospcns, 1114 O stroot.
, VrcA Hosfonl, n formor student
of Bo'lolt, Wis., visited W. S. Prlco this
Vst tnblo board, 2 at 1200 T street.
Mrs. S. ,c- Huge' Do 8Uro nml givo
It a trlnl.
Tho Union society will hold Its hal
lowe'en party at tho homo of MIbs Net
tie Abbott
tjiiIv students nro invueu 10 can ana
mined Fall tiu Winter Mllllnory at
E. Oospers, 1114 O street.
President Andrews, of Brown, 1ub
been secured to locturo In tho Uni
versity chapel Bometlmo In December.
The ten-o'clock Gorman class has
been divided, one division reciting to
Miss Heppner, tho other to Prof, doss
ier. The chancellor tilled tho pulpit of
the Urst HaptlBt church last Sunday
morning- The pastor was away from
home.
Examinations nro coming Milclc and
fast In the Psychology department.
An examination every week Is tho
regular order nowadays.
The Maxwells and tho Union hoys
rot together last Saturday evening nnd
planned for a Joint debate to bo held
In Union Hall, November IS.
Steps have Just been taken Tor se
curing the Hon. Graham-Taylor, of
Chicago, to speak to thoso Interested
Id college settlement work.
Sadie Puckctt, Fashionable Drcss
mnklng and Millinery. Bang building,
corner 13th and O streets. Prices rea
sonable and satlsactlon gunrnnteed.
The University bl-metnllle club mot
Monday evening In Mr. Bryan's oillce
in the McMurtry block to make ar
rangements for the coming campaign.
Clifford Westcott, of Plattsmouth,
one of the students of the University
last year. Is engaged In his father's
store and having a general good time.
George Hurgert, who has been elect
ed manager of the tennis association,
is making efforts to put this sport upon
Its feet. The courts will bo open to
paid-up members only after tomorrow.
Champ Clark, tho sliver orator of
Missouri, will speak at tho Lansing
theatre on Friday evening, October 29,
under the auspices of the Students Bl
Metalllc League.
Mr. C. E. Sumner and family, of
Omaha, will be In Lincoln for a month
visiting the city, their son, John Sum
ner of the University, Mrs. Crewett,
and other friends.
Prof. Caldwell's classes are so large
be has found ho will bo unable to do
all the work and has turned the work
in source study and outline making,
over to asslstnants.
The instructors and students in the
sugar school, and some outside of the
school, will have an excursion to Nor
folk Friday, to examine the operations
of the Norfolk beet-sugar factory.
H. T Weaver, of Schuyler, who has
tut two-fifths of a course to complete
to graduate with '98, is doing the work
la absentia. Ho was in Lincoln a
short while last week meeting old
friends.
Manager Frank Zehrung. of tho
Funke opera house, has placed the
boxes at the disposal of the football
players for Saturday night. The two
teams will face each other from oppo
site sides of the house.
The Union Boys' Debating Club meet
in Union Hall, Saturday evening, Octo
ber 30. 07. to debate the question:
Resolved. "That the unimlty of the
Jury system is a feature of the Jury
system which should be abolished."
Messrs. Evpret and Mler will sneak
for the affirmative and Messrs James
and Plowheail for the negative.
R. A Lyman, who held the uradu
ate scholarship in the zoological de
partment, has been appointed assist
ant In physology at the Lincoln High
Kbool c o. Morrison takes the work
Wt by Lyman.
Proffs-t-or II. B. Ward gave a lecture
w the preparatory medical students.
Tuesday. October 2C. at 8 p. in., In the
joologifal lecture room. The subject
"Tendencies in Modern Medicine as
Mewed by an Outsider."
"There are others" aB good perhaps,
wt none better than the pictures
J"en at the Students' Photograph
-v., tvai u Hiruei.
See Gardner, the tailor, for first-1
casts work at reasonable prices; also
leaning and dyeing and repairing
Suits prcbsed, 50c; pantB, 15c; club
YOUNG MEN . . .
Don't fail to look-at the fine
line of Men's Suits and Over
coats from $7 to $20, at the
EWINC CLOTHING CO.
1115-17 O STREET.
M&mo&mo&nM
rntos, 1 por month. Southwest cor
nor Elovonth and 0 atroots.
AFFAIRS IN TUB BATTALLION.
At last tho batalllon 1b to bo uni
formed. Tho bldB for making tho uni
forms wore opened last wook and
Pnlno & Wnrfol, a local firm, woro
otrongly rocommonded by tho com
mandant nB moBt worthy of tho stu
dents' patronage. In less than a month
It Is hoped that tho motloy aggrega
tion which now assembles throo times
a wook in tho armory at tho Bound
of tho bugle, will bo transformed Into
a neatly uniformed bnttalllon. Tho
uniforms will bo of tho samo color and
general design as herotoforo and It Is
thought that tho bntalllon will bo fully
uniformed boforo tho Thanksgiving va
cation.
Tho Question of forming a fifth com
pany In tho bntalllon has not yet boon
definitely settled, but If tho supply or
men holds out tho flvo compnnlcs will
undoubtedly ho formed. But many
have been excused from drill during
the past two weeks so that tho total
number of endets has decreased very
materially rendering the formation of
a now company somewhat uncertain.
Tho now cadets now consider them
selves full-fledged soldlors as they
have been allowed to relinquish the
distasteful setting up exorcises nnd
begin drilling with the rifles. Thoy
are not so awkward with a gun as
might be Imagined and within a
month tho bntalllon will be ready to
got down to steady work.
Makes a Record for Itself,
quality out to tho best advantage. Ho
sings with senrcoly any effort and with
a true rich tone. Bob Mnnley's ability
as a commcdlan was tho factor which
brought his song to its full apprecia
tion. It war Intensely humorous, nnd
the spirit and action of Its rendering
wns pre-eminently "suited to the words
of tho song.
"My Onliest One," by H. S. Evnns.
nnd "Mr. Johnsing Turn me Loose," by
J. T. Sumner, were tho next vocal se
lections. Both were well rendered nnd
seemed suited to the boys' style of
singing.
"The Baggage Coacli Ahead" was a
local potpourri, by Manley and Muel
ler. They were encored three times
and only stopped when requested to
do so by the rest of the troupe. This
was occasioned by tlielr remnrks to
the effect that they would tell about
the Ames game.
The Intervals between solos wns well
filled up by Jokes which concerned
everybody from Professor Ward down
to the freshmen with a golf suit.
The llrst part closed with a selection
from the cadet band, a take-off on a
rehearsal or that much abused organi
zation. Fred Ryons' club singing was well
done "and won him an enthusiastic en
core. Jack Kind played an accom
paniment to him.
Chapman and Franklin did well with
tho guitar and banjo-mnndolln.
"The Fatal Message" was the title
of the farce with the following cast of
characters: Thadeus Perkins, Bob
Manley. Robert Yardsloy, Geo. Uartlot.
Jack Barlow, Ralph Mueller, Ed. Brad
ley, Frank RaMn, Mrs. Perkins, Phil
Russell, Mrs. Uradloy, Burt Cosgrove,
MIbs Andrews, Bert Vatkins. Just
vlin the fatal niessaco ,vas is not yet
clear to many who were presr nt. They
wnlted patiently after the curtain
was drawn in the hope some one
would explain. But as the actors did
not evince any Inclination In that
direction part of the audience dis
persed and the rest went in search or
their overcoats which the "coons" bor
rowed for the opening scene.
The make-up of the feminine charac
ters In the farce wns even better than
last year. Phil Russell had ills walk
under beUer control and was nicely
robed in a decolette gown. Bert Wat
kins and "Cos" both made excellent
females, though the former had too
much of a switchback motion.
Lottie Whedon deserves credit for
the wav she worked in neiping me
Iiovh. To her efforts Is due the
smoothness of the performance which
was quite noticeable.
Tlia chapel was well filled, both top
and bottom. About seventy-five dol
lars was cleared by the performance.
Arrangements have been made to re
peat the show next Tuesday evening
at the Funke. Those who missed the
treat last Saturday will have an op
portunity to make it up if they don't
go home to vote for the occasion.
Combs, brushes, drugs, ice cream
I B0,ia etc, at Cowles & Grlevlsh, 10th
and P Sts.
,
Say, fellows, buy your coal of us and
you will get what you pay for. Union
Fuel Co., 101C O. Hello, 335.
fijsaassasgsssSG
FRATERNITY INITIATIONS.
Tho Greoks lmvo boon busy with Ini
tiations during tho past week. Friday
night' Kappa Alpha Thcta addotl to
tholr membership Ella Harpor and
Frnncls Cunningham, of Lincoln.
Mary Towno, of Omaha, and Ruth Wil
son, of Hastings. PI Bota Phi initi
ated Lillian McGahoy and Kathorlno
Sedgwick, of York, Monday ovonlng.
Bota Thota PI Initiated Fred Wil
liams, of ColumbUB, I. T. Sims and
W. Blnckman, of UnstlngB, Saturday
ovonlng. Tho goat rodo J. Soldon, of
Blnlr, end H. V. Mllonz, of Wnhoo,
Into Sigma Alpha Epsllon, Friday
night. Ray West Joined Alpha Tnu
Omega.
About half of the senior girls ac
cepted MIbb Lucy Grcon'B Invitation
to an Informal gathering at her homo.
A plcnsant hour was spout In getting
acquainted, when this was accom
plished a business session wnB hold
and tho matter of capB and gowns dis
cussed. Tho mnjorlty wero In favor
of adopting enps ond gowns as class
liiBlgnln, to be worn throughout tho
year. Miss Helen Lunger was ap
pointed to report on prices etc. Tho
girls expect to moot again Friday to
hoar tho report and to tako action on
another matter which Is supposed to
bo a secret. Sco If thoy can keep It.
J. M. GUILE,
Notary Public.
315 So. Uth Street.
Candidate for
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
ALLIED TICKET.
Mr. Guile announces himself to University
students who are voters ns a candidate for
Justice of the Peace.
DR. S. E. COOK. Practice
limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. 1215 O St.
Nebraska College of Oratory,
Y. M. C. A. Building, Lincoln, Neb.
Practical course, in Voico Building,
Drnmatio and Lyric Art and Forensic
Oratory.
Faculty experienced instructors, grad
uates of Boston Collego of Oratory.
Cost of Course in reach of every in
dustrouB student.
Send for Free Catalogue.
Fall Term oponed Soptotnber lGth, 1897.
OLIVER ERWIN.
J. E. ERWIN
The Antelope Valley
L
rr-
55
n
LINCOLN, NEB.
Yards 25th and J Sts.
Oflice 113 N. nth St.
Phone 505.
H. W. BROWN,
IIDitjiggi1:.
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books.
And a complete Btock of Standard and
Miscellaneous Books.
127 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
Table Board, $2.50. Meals, 15 cts.
MEAL TICKETS, $2.50.
THE MODEL DINING HALL,
MIIS. KOH'T. FKEKLAXD. Proprietrehs.
316 So. 12th Street. - Lincoln, Neb.
Students . . .
For fine PHOTOGRAPHS go to
KENNEDY'S
New Popular Priced
Photograph Parlors.
$1.00 PerDoz. and Up.
We guarantee to please you. Call and
see our work, get our prices and give us a
trial Our motto is to please all customers.
132 SO. I2THST. - LINCOLN, NEB.
O. F. Lambertson, D. D. S.
Gradualo of
OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY
Gold and Porcoluln Crown, UrJditu work.
Gold, Aluminum and Kuliber Platen.
Special Rates to Students.
onicx;. ItoomK 23 and 1M, Alexander Illocli
12th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
BUUMBTEAD AND TUTTLB-Oents fur
nishing and tailoring.
It's Cold.
Buy Underwear while
you can get what you
want.
Buy Cloaks while the
assortment is complete,
We think we have what
you want.
Come and see us.
MILLER & PAINE.
When
You Travel
Always Take
The
To
OMAHA
Qujjvpr
KANSAS CITY East and South.
DENVER nnd all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SVLT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA.
PORTLAND, SEATTLE,
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has tho host modern equipment.
Pullman Palaco and Tourist Sleepors.
Dining and Freo Reclining Ohnir Cars.
For timo schedules, tickets, reservation of births, call on or address
E. B. SLOSSON, Gon. Agt., 1044 O stroot, J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
Lincoln, Neb.
S.H.H.CLARK. Pres. E. DICKINSON. Gon. Mpr. E.L.LOMAX.G.P.&T.A
Omaha, Nob.
The University of Nebraska,
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Offers Complete Courses in the Fol
lowing Branches:
Pipo-Organ,
Piano Forte,
Voico Training,
String Instruments,
Wind Instruments,
Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Gon
oral Theory, Sight Reading.
If You are Thinking of Studying Music Investigate the Merits of this School
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
You'll Find it's a Good Place.
FRANCIS BROS. 21 North llth.
Proprietor
CAPITAL CAFE.
Oysters, Fish and Game in Season.
Also Restaurant at 1418 O St., Lincoln, Neb
Open all night. Give us a call.
We make a Specialty of 15 Cent Meals.
LANSING
One night only, Thursday, November 4
The Eminent Homantlc Actor
R0BT. B. MANTELL,
Accompanied by Charlotte Behrens
and a Select Company under
tho management of
M. W. HANLEY.
1'iesenting for tho flrBt time in UiIb
City a New Romance, by V. A.
TREMAYNE, entitled
A SECRET WARRANT.
LoulB Do Beaumont Mr. Mantell
Marguerite Hertrand MIbs Behrens
Seats on sale Tuesday, 9 a. in,
Prices, $1. 75c. 50c, 25c, at box oillce.
One night only, Monday, November i,
i ne oniy ungmai
OLE OLSON.
Better than ever before. New Songs,
Now Specialties, New Features.
Tho Great Bicycle Contest, Present
ing John Lawson, "The Terrible
Swede."
SeatB on sale Saturday morning at
box office, 9 a. m. Box seats, 1. Seats
75c, 50c. and 2Sc.
The
Best Route
from
Lincoln, Neb,
All pointB East.
Offers Free Advantages not found
Elsewhere.
Freo Scholarships in all Departments
Orchestral Training,
Military Band Training,
Concorts,
Lectures,
Recitals.
THEATRE
One night only, Saturday, October 30th
Tennessee's
Pardner.
A story of the Mining Camp,
Hear tho Golden Nnggot Quartet.
An exceptionally fine cast. New and
effective scenery.
Prices fl, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
Tuesday, November 2,
The Distinguished Actor,
WM. H. CRANE,
And his admirable company, in th
most emphatic succesB,
BY MARTHA MORTON.
Seats on salo Saturday at 9 a. 111.
Prices $1.50. 1, 75c, 60c, aad 25c.