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fluy Webster & Honor's shoes.
Webster & ltogcrs wnivt to sell you
qo w Don's Cnfe, Somfii 11 till. Open
iwvln F. Lnnibortjor., Dentist, 1205
0 St! Alex. Blk. Tel. 248.
Hnrn lloibitwon vf Denver vlslknl
his Wn brothers "Momlny
rcliilMhl ller.slu'.v bus rotoinvwl to
Mer for rivlver.sity work.
T1,P IVmIiviIok.V elniwes nro so Inn-go
diat niuber tlhislon in been fomnetl.
Wnril HnrlK'r lms ivluriiwl Imm u
''''', .!.. 1.. II... VtU.i.1. Dliil,!.. ....,.-
Uiirlon WllMin lort .Mommy for Col-1
..!. f.iitnrejiv. Xmv York. 1ir Ktuitlv!
jmoia i " ."
The ivs-ftrntion In the lVoi;irsvtory I
x)! li"v refUMH'iI one mimireil nnu
, nft .
rh.-i. rrue litis been netanv com-
maintain during the siWm-e of Mn-
Our StmU'iits' $3 nnd $3.50 shoes nre
he best on earth for the money. Foot
form Store, 1213 0 street.
Pmf 11. K. Wolfe bus .-ui'eiitetl tilio
penition "t Miiierinlendont of t'liv city
Uoois ,ii SouMi Oinnlin.
We guarantee every pair of shoes
to give sntisiuct.roii. Foot. Form Store,
1213 0 street.
Mr .lov liu-hnnlh, reeeiitly of the
i'lvthfl Miliinn neadeniy of Virvinia,
kill attend t'he law M'bool thin fall.
l!c Mr. Mnnss of the First Coirgiv-
. .i.i ., ,... v- If
rational t'nnreii, amire.sMii i in- i. vm.
L A. Suinl.i. afternoon on lUble study.
I'mf. Turnin will tender n recaption
w the dilVeront fraternities of the
U'nierMt in tlie nenr innire.
W-n H!oom VllHnnon has le-
liuruil r"i l-""- njrolex, t , to spe.mi
' tne wintfi with her mother.
Mr ('-ire C. Yon up, '07, left Fri
day to pursue a conre ot medicine in
therniiersit, of California,
Dr. S. F. Cook, practice 1'imitcVl to
nc, ear. ifose and throat, 1215 0 St,
The Delta (iainma& entertained.1 in-
iiormiill.N evei.il of their lady friends
tt Mrs. Mark Woods slimlny altr-
Wckeen all books and .supplies need-
1 nt tln Fiiixers-Hy Students' Oo-op-eratiie
Hook Co., 225 North Eleventh
lockers for lunch baskets nnd
books nt "Unl Hook Store," old "co
Hern Mueller, 'OS. left for Oma
ha Moml.i to complete his -work at
he oHi-ition. Tie expects to return
(iiilxnit a month and will jwst in en-
We Iwie the best $3.00 and $3.50
iocs. Webster & Holers. 1034 O St,
The Tin Delta Thcta fraternity in
tiati'ri ll.i Ipli Sobin, Diedrioli Ixin,
John Hill nd Chester Sumner TYldny
History I'aper and Covers have ooinc
hrto gfiirr.il use. Yon wHl find the
3 un, uMo-riutc cold's tit Kcigliton's,
1123 0 St.
Younp'- "Travels in France" will be
it tlip students' Supply Store in a few
Stmlcii'v -v ill find Uic Student,-' Sup
ply Store open at all luours of the day
ml ei i' in a ir.
ViKiit t'lie Metropolitan Barber fiHitop.
on pet first class work at low prices.
Hnir cm 15c; rilitampoo, l.r.c; fili'lnes
'r'Aitli tickets. 1218 0 street, D. .7.
-t. tin Id, the barber, i an artist
11 1' 1 1 n and will make every effort
"' V.i,, hi, ftiidcnt friends if they
"ill en ,t tin. Tonsorial Tarlors on
, Ni Ii 'I li.rtccnth street.
T'" ie.'iriMiifr store for tflie Uniivcr
SH ui.nl - ii ml Kiippljo srincc 1801.
v" 'k" C--ocraHve ISook Co., 225
Wi'i in ),.
Ii CliiT.i AVnlah. who IiUh juHt com
M'tl lui ,,rt studies in Mnfflnnd, has
'""line, ii, hincmln for the winter.
s w.i ,i liiis accei)tl a jiosition at
' Uclivaii Fnivcrsiity.
Then i, talk of chanfrlnff the date
, the Sopliiiiore-FreihmTin ,ontes't.
A f)n inittce of wliich Dr. llathiK
' fliairm in, ,ms iM..n appointed to
5Wipe the contest.
m n'?- u '. the librariaui, and Chan.
'-m. .Kiiaiff commandant o'f tlie ea
w f'-funeii't. have been n'bpcnt from
"x1 r diit i. , ff)r fmv (ij,v. 'pj1v ym0
th Ih.,1, i,m,tcMicd with Liu- fever,
m '"' n ported bottw.
"; D. Kin-si)uvv of Oh'iwwa, has
JWMorwl for Univcjm-it.y work. Mr.
... " .' 1'iii.vcti riLiiu c-iinro oni ui
Hill ' ,enm ias-t year, aim
11 "e iihpirant for tackle on our own
tev-'i this sctifcon.
liiir01'1'0 ,iafi 1t,!,n posted caJling n
2?! !lfi: of n,e Athletic association to
"Thin t ,,""i'L i -i" o oiock KMnorrcw.
tinn Vle reBdar jneetlniff of iissooia-
toke p . ' ek'otlon ot oiTiccrs will
Webster Roger's sHioes arc Hie
Conch Yost visited the exposition
Sat unlay and Sunday.
Dient, Charles C. Pulls, '0(1, of the
Third rcK-iinent., is in town.
The eltiNses in Fniish Hteiviture
hnvo been ititiitcd nnd now roc'rW nt
Webster & ltogem' $3 and $3.50
allocs nro the besit,
Mr. (1. F. linger, '08, is with us
again, lie will take senior law this
Cameron's Lundh llooin, US Soutih
Flevont'n. Oiwiii day nnd nigQvt,
The faculty have (h-cided that stu
deiils may elect a thlnl year of drill
for which onc-tlftdi credit will 1m'
The Cnrdner 'IVilloriiiir Oc-., docs
first class work and tilic prices arc
lvjiwonnblc. S. W. cor. llt.lv mud O.
The l'nicr.slty Preparatory .school
seems to be prospering. Many of the
undergraduates of the High svhool
nre taking work there.
Students who wis'h to have their
work done . by up-tcNlnte barbers
should pnitroivlstc Shannon it IJobbinis,
bawmemt, S. 1J. corner 12tlli and 0.
Pmf. O. Y. P. Stout will not. begin
work with his classes until about the
middle of next month. He is engaged
in engineering work near llomlder,
Students' Co-oHM'ative Dobk Co.,
225 North 11th St.
Those interested in the Sophmorc
Freshman athletic contest nre request
ed to meet in the gymnasium nt 3
The llcgent Factory make men's
shoes only. All hand welts, latest
styles. See them. 1020 O street.
Prof. Wolfe has accepted the posi
tion of superintendent of city schools
in South Omaha,
Delta (iammas indulged in a trolley
ride on Thursday evening of last week.
Supper was served en route.
Pi Deta Phi entertained n.t the home
of Mrs. Frank 13. Dalvr on Thursday
evening of las- week. .
Harlow Hewitt of Co. F. Second regi
nienl, visited with the Alph'a Tail boys
a. few days tHiis week. He is await
ing his discharge before registering.
Kappa Alpha Thcta entertained
most delightfully at high five on last.
Friday eventing at the home of Miss
Orders were read liefore the battal
ion of cadets on Monday, appointing
Major Charles 11. True commandant of
cadets during the illness of Mnjor C.
The Gardner Tailoring company are
closing out their men's furnishing
goods at cost to make more room for
Phi Delta Thcta initiated the follow
ing men on Thursday, September 22:
Kalph Sabiu, Den trice; Chester Sum
ner, Omaha; Dicdrich lau, .lohn Hill,
Miss Dlossoni Williamson has gone
to Los Angeles, Cal whore she will
sjh' nd the winter with her mother.
Young women who petition the
committee for more than 17 hours, will
be required to pa- a physical exami
nation under Miss Hnnr. How aliout
the men? .
The new cadet 'band promises to lie
the Ik'M the Unvei-sity has ever had.
It is under the leadership of liarl
WVlin, hiimsclf a fine cornetist a.nd a
good leader. There will be about thirty-five
in the band and according to
tlu prediction of Prof. Kimlwill of the
School of Music they will bo giving
concerts before long.
Mr. Clare C. Young, '07, formerly an
instructor in the Conservatory of Mu
sic has gone to the University of Cali
fornia where he will take up a course
Dr. L. A. Sherman will, as us-uaH,
conduct a Sunday sdlioo. class in St.
Paul's Methodist Kplscopall church at
the corner of Twelfth and M streets.
This class Is composed chlelly of Uni
versity students. I,nst Sunday theclnss
met for tllie first time litis yevir, and
ihc attendance -was very large
Cottrcil & Leonard
Albany, Now York.
Mnkors of trie
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To tho American Colleges and Uni.
versities. Illustrated manual, samples,
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
tho pulpit and the bench.
When You Write
To Your Friends
who arc coming weU to
visit you, just add a post
script like this; "Uesureto
take the Burlington Koute.
It's much tho best."
Yon are quite safe in
dome this because our cor.
vice from Chicago, Peoria,
St Louis and Kansas City,
in fact all eastern, south
eastern and southern cities
is just as good as our ser
vice io inose points. And
that, as everyone who is
acquainted with it will tes
tify, is the best there is.
Tickets and time tables
on application at (3. & M.
depot or city ticket office,
corner loth and O Sts.
G. W. BONNELL, C. P. & T. A.
as well as others, find
Water m an's Ideal . .
Fount ain Pen a neces
sary convenience. . .
They are used and en
dorsed by people of edu
cation as the the best
writing instrument of
It is the popular pen at
all the Universities,
schools and colleges. .
Ask your dealer or
write for catalogue.
L. E. WATERMAN & GO.,
Largest Fountain Pen
Mauufactcy in the world.
157 BROADWAY, NEW YORK N. Y.
Course 28 Weeks.
The Conneticut Mutual Life Insurance Company,
THE MOST PERFECT PROTECTION at
LOWEST POSSIBLE COST
For Premium Kates write or call on
HORACE G. WH1TMORE, U. of N. '95, Con. Agont,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING'
Offers great inducements to stu
dents of medicine in the west.
Methods of instruction most satis
Clinics in both surgery and medi
cine held in the following hospitals in
this city: County, Methodist, Child's,
Immanuel and Presbyterian hospitals
Catalogue sent and questions an
swered by E. W. CHASE, Omaha,
Nebr., Continental block.
mBKktef y$i talk
on Mens Shoes.
Regents - $8. GO
University - - $800
Latest Style and Best Quality. One Profit maker to Wearer.
REGENT SHOE CO., 1036 O Street.
fresh from the hands of the finest
tailors in this country Made as
only one house can make them
fashionable in cut, elegant in ma
terial and finish, reasonable in
price, the size to fit you, cour
teous salesmen here to show them,
perfect freedom to come in and try
them on, and one thing more you
have the fullest guarantee ttoith
every Hart, Schaffner & Marx
coat; this is their trade-mark:
HART, SOHAFFNER & MARX.
FALL TOP COAT.
By Hart, Schaffner & Marx.
Our coats at 7.50, 8.50, 10.00, 12.50 and 15.00
are the kind the tailors charge 35.00 to 40.00
for. We would like you to stop at the store and
try on some of these coats. It will pay you.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.,
lO13-101! O Street
Before engaging Music call on
HAGENOW'S 0ECHESTM AND BAND,
OLIVER THEATRE BUILDING.
Office on ground floor,
SPECIAN RATES FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
The University of Nebraska
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Is better fitted than ever before to give artistic instruction in
Voice Training, Piano Forte Playing, and all
other principal branches of Music,
Students will receive full information by ap
plying at the School located directly
South of the Campus, and can
enter at any time.
Tuition is the Lowest Consistent with Sound
-;THE OLD RELIABLE BOOK HOUSED
All College Text Books and Students' Supplie
in Stock. History and Theme Paper, and Cover
AGENT FOR L. E. WATEBMAN IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN.
Phone &8. - . - 127 South nth Street.
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