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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1899)
TJHS WEHK'S EVENTS.
Mny 22; the Woman's Edition.
LmUiy colloquium Tucsn1y cvcuhiin,
main 'buJhling1. ,
Pershing Miles drlM out cnuipus
Thurwliiy ovcmlnjj lit 7 o'clock.
Jnteivo'iK'Bilnto Held dnv nit. Dotinu
AMilutlc board meeting tonight, nt
7:.'10 o'elooU In the armory.
Miss An nn Edmi will cntPtiin hv
formally Wednesday weiring.
v Jlccitnl in Impel tomorrow evening
liy Miss Eugenia (Jet nor.
Compe-tiWve drill tin eitmptis Sntur
!Mtj. E. 11. Harbour nt homo to so
rorities Thursday afternoon.
11. 0. Sbetftl spend. Thiirvdny night
n t. Aahlnml.
Wsa Cnvo, a graduate of the adiool
of music, gave her mhal Thursday
Krit. Korsmeyer, of t.lio Evouiiig
JCows, lms neeeptcd a position; on the
stntT of fit Omaha lie.
Mlts Eugenia Oetnvr, gniduate of
the school of uiiiflie. will give n revltal
in the chapel tomorrow evening.
(Anna Edgivn will entertain a few
friends very in formality Wednesday
. evening at lier home on Q street.
Ed. Uniixl, .lunior Iiw, was initialed
iivto the mysteries of tdie l'hi l'si fra
ternity last Thursday evening.
Hose Carson will entertain Mi se
nior members of K.i pp:i Alpha Thela
at luncheon nt the Lincoln next Sat
urday. .E.-Uegnt lvMci'lirook. now of Olni
cago, vfcnted the university Wednes
day. He was tlie guest of llVgent Mor
rili while in tflic city.
.Ml Sloan and Miss Callahan of :hc
I'niversity of Colorado, will spend a
few days in Lincoln next week visiting
Iheir l)eltn Gamma sisters.
iW. C. T.urnlinrt. one of the Missouri
doluiters, wn. entertiiined during hi
Stay in the city by bis, fraternity
ImtMiors at the KnpKt Sigma mom.
Acting CoinmondaiM Weeks Mi
boon rwommended by Senator Thurs
ton and Huyward fir a commission as
SOcomi lieutenant in the reiraJar nnny.
Mr. Querrenn, who occupies tOi
chair of geology in the Syracuse uni
creity. visited the univeiity bvtween
IminsTuesday. He xpetsts1 to spci-d
the su tinnier near Alliance, SCcli., doing
'Hhe Woman's Nebrasknn, May 22.
Have the "Evans" do your washing.'
Schmittcl's lunch room, 131 So. 11th
A new venture; the Woman's Edi
tion. Have the "Evans" do your washing.
Go to Don's Cafe, South 11th. Open
Have the "Evans" do your washing.
Delta Delta Delta gave a coacQiing
C. B. Riggs. Dentist, 141 South 12th
St., op. Keystone grocery.
Take one home witflj you; tlie Wo
Have the "Evans" do your washing.
. Cameron's Lunch Boom, 116 South
Eleventh. Open day and night.
Dr. L. P. Davisdc utUt, WaWi-Putnam
block, corner Eleventh and O street
Call and see our new stock of elec
tric fixtures. Korsmeyer Plumbing fc
Dr. E. ,7. Angle, practice limited to
skin aaid urinary diseases, 1400 O st.
A sixteen-page magazine; tBiie Wo
Troupers made to your measure, $3,
Bed Rock Pants Co., so. w. cor. 11th
CoinpMilive daiH will be held on tiiv
unavcrsity campus Sntunlaj nfler
noon. May 20.
'J'lie lbi Gannna Delta's emtviiaiu
cd informally last Friday evening at
thirir chapter house.
rtthe national convenlaon of Delta
Gamma wiM lie held in Lincoln in 1001
with Kappa chapter.
The Palhidiaii literary wwloly will
give their annual jiicnie jiariy at Lin
coln park next Thursday.
The different companies have bn
liaving extra drill the past week pre
paring for the" competitive next Satur
day. A number of the memljers of the
A. 0. U. W. holding the convemfon in
Liinio3n lat veek, visited the univtr
fiity. fTlie aittenttio'.i of feiiideints jh called
' to ahe fact tiiat lost articles are taken
io 3Hsb Smuth, not tho. chancellor's
'filie Phi DeJfa fraternity gave anoth
er of their pleasant houte parties to
their Tri Delta friends laht Friday
PoJtsnasicr BniJlinwll. who has re
Centily returnwl from Washington, has
Ifeen promlisetl one of the Siauiibh
gun inpturetl in Hie late war.
A great many visitors have mm at
the university Hie past week, many of
them being delegates who are here at
tending the A. O. U. W. convention.
The commlKHtoned nud non-commissioned
otlleers of "Co. A" entertained
informally for their company at the
l'hl Delta bouse last Wednesday night.
The May luncheon given In t.he ar
mory last Wednesday noon was a
grand success, about thirty-live dollars
being turned Into t.be Y. W. C. A.
There will be coniKiny ixll down In
the armory next Wednesday evening
to ulioose four men from each com
pany to compete for the final individ
ual competitive drill.
M'ho English department has noti
fied tllie debwters That all who expect
credit, for work done must report to
Scbyler Miller at oncei. Seventy bouts
of work Is rcipiired for one-fifth course
(Jult a delegation escorted the m-n
who iTebated with Kansas to the train
last Tlitirsfliiv. We iimv vill fiol
pmuil cf our men for they received the )
unanimous decision of all tin judge
Mrs E. II. ItarlNiur has issued in
vitntiiiitf to tlic active inemlbors of
Kappa Kappa (lumtiiti, Dplta Camilla,
Pi llctn Phi, Kappa Alpha Tbcta. and
Delta Delta Delta for an "At home"
to lu ghen Thursday, May IS, nt four
Tdie boy, can fool most of the profs,
but they can't get Uu liefer of ".lack"
IWt. Iist Satunlny eveming before
the girls' gyiiuiasium exhibit Jack dis
emened and marched out throw young
men who bad hid thcuiselves in tthc
now pipe organ.
Prof. (7. E. Harbor of the Latin de
partment haw received an interesting
memento of tlic war in the Philippine
islands from nn old student, L. ,7. .Vb
lwitt, .lr., now with the VliM Nebraska
infantry. It consists of two vohnnes
in Latin curtitlcd "Compemlium Mor
alis Universal, 1S77, null found by Mr.
Abbott in nn old captured church near
The following delegates and contes
tants to the interstate high school con
test were entertained at the Phi S'si
chapter house during their visit in Lin
coln: Arthur .layucs, Preston Davi
son, Knlph Christie, Herman and Clias.
lritmcr. Earl Painter, and father.
CJias. Prlehard. Walter KolxM'ts-, Uoy
Moie, Phil Peed, Harry Esterbrook.
of Omaha, Louie Evans, of llentrice,
E1. Harlan and Allen Sedgwick of
.7. E. BOYLE.
.7. E. Boyle, recently elected corres
ponding secretary, needs no introduc
tion to the students of the University
of Nebraska. Mr. Boyle's work in the
library has given him a wide acquaint
ance amriTig all classes of student?.
H" is not a stranger in association' cir
cles; last year he was chairman of the
missionary committee. He attended
the missionary Convention one year
ag'i at Cleveland and avw also at Ge
neva the past summer. He is a stu
dent volunteer and hopes some time
to go as a foreign missionary. He has
made association problems a study
and is well qualified to assist in any
line- Mr. Boyle is paying bis own
vfy through school. He is one of the
men who may be said ic lie a success
ful book agent, which s-jieakis well for
his persuasive qualities,
and its officer are located' in New
AM arc confident that under his di
rection ihe correspondence of the n
Miciation will be well cared for.
OLDTIMEKS Continued from page 1.
sue. Corey and Axllng vver simple
private, in the ranks, but stn'.ag,
earnchl men. Their wide acquaint
ance with the students now in college
.......... '.i ....... i.. .1... ..a: r
I jiiTi'wii.nrj) uiijv me jiieiie im'iiiKMi )i
their name?. Both are now students
for the ministry at Rochester. Thatch
er, the president of one year ago,
is known to all cf u. His successful
work as an executive officer is well
marked In ihe condition of the associ
atirn today. Iloscoc was a friend to
everybody and well Jre-speded by the
student body. He is at present teach
ing in th Beatrice high .ebool.
Thus, briefly told, and wry briefly,
too, for the line of names could be
extended much further do we recall
a few of the leaders in Christian work
in the association. These men have
ln'en of those who came to college.
Christian men, it is true, hut who
went away with lives devoted and giv
en up io the services of their Ixird.
Were one to ask what brought about
tdie great change and purposes of
their live. Ixike Geneva no doubt
uoutd answer a great deal, but more
and with deeper earnestness would be
ilm answer, the life of training and
practiacl work a, they found It in
the Young Men's Christian nasocia
lion. Have the "Evans" do your washing.
Have the "Evans" do your ivabhing.
DRS. GIFFEN & SMITH
Telephones 2fc5 and 08.
Itooms K, I) mi) 10, Olive Tlicutor llulldlnR
LOUIS N. WENTE,
130 South lltli street,
Hooms SO, 27 mid 1, Hrovvncll Illk. Phono 530.
DK. J. L. McNAY,
Teotti Uxtrnctcil without Pnln.
Onico: Cor. 11th nml OSts.
DR. ALBERT K. MITCHELL,
Ilurr lltocl:. . . . Lincoln, Neb
DH. G. W. CLUTTKK AMI)
II. A. SHANNON, D. U. S.
Dentists . .
Dr. Shannon Is u umiluate ot tho Chicago
CoIIckc of Dental Surgery.
Okfice 1130 O St., Lincoln, Neii.
Tclciihonc CS5. P. O. Hox S51.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
503 South lltli street.
Special attention to diseases of women. Ev
ery convenience for hunncal cases.
DR. BF.NJ. F. BAILEY.
OrrtcE Houns: Ofllcc, Zchrunc Hlock.
JUoIOa. m. N.W.ComcrN&lSthSts
12 to 12:30 and 5 to 4 r. M. Residence.
Kvenlncs bv Appointment, 1313 G Street,
ouuu.t:,. i, iu i i'. m. ami
by Appointment. Tklkpiiones:
Ofllce, 618. Residence, GI7
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
Oflicc 1 130 O street.
Ofllce Telephone 420.
Residence Telephone 424. Lincoln, Neb
M. B. KETCHUM. M. D., Phar. D.
. Prof. Ophthalmology, Otology and
Lincoln Medical College,
Offers a thorough, private curse In refraction.
Office. 220 So. 11th st. Hours, 9 to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Residence 1310 G street., Tel. 212.
Ofllcc. 1223 O street. Rooms 17 and 18,
Over Jllller & Paine's, Tel. 635
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
Practice limited to
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat.
1025 O street,
E. S. KING.
Fins Watch Repairing.
Scientific Refracting Optician
1300 O Street. . Lincoln. Neb.
Why Not Start
A Stamp ollection?
Call after May first. Albums with
200 stamps, 7:5c; albums with 300
F. R. FINNIGAN, 439 South 12th Street
Hats and d,rect from
-- .: THE
NO JOBBERS' PROFIT
The latest New York styles. The
best quality ever offered in Lin
coln for the money.
$3.00 and $2.00
No more. No less.
Same stock as vou have been accustomed
to pay one-th'lrd to one-half more for.
DHRI WCnW THE
1024 0 STREET, LINCOLN
LET US HELP YOU
FOUR 11UTTON SACK SUIT
Cop right tS99
By Hart, Schaffner & Mars
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING COMPANY
1013 to 1019
The Original and Best
a. very complete
Summer assortment and
Underwear gomo great tfar
For Ladies gaina in Iadie8
summer underwear, Jersey ribbed
vests of fair quality 5c each; Jer
sey ribbed vests with tape neck
and lace trimmed neck and arms
3 for 25c; Jersey ribbed vests at
10c, 12Ac and 15c, frequently sold
at double these prices.
Jersey ribbed pants 20c, 25c,
35c and 50c each.
Jersey ribbed union suits, 25c,
50c, 65c, 75c, S5c, $1.00, $1.25,
and 2.00 each.
At 50c we have suits of excel
lent quality, cut low or high neck;
long sleeves, short sleeves or
MILLER I PAINE. MILLER I PAINE.
IT IS THE " STYLF
And "QUALITY" about the
photographs made at the
That make thorn famous. All
Select your Spring suit
from this elegant new
stock of Hart, Schaffner
& Marx garments and we
guarantee you will have
the best -looking, best
wearing suit you ever
wore. In workmanship
and tailoring the H. S. &
M. clothes are ahead of
any others we ever saw.
Here are all the new pat
terns. It is only a question
of picking out the style
most becoming to you.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
Clarkson Laundry Co.
At 25c each tho
. . . best values wo
Underwear . n(Tnr.nA
For Gents in" 8hirt8 and
drawers. One style at 25c is a
plai., One ribbed balbriggan;
shirts have French ntck and are
closed with white pearl buttons,
drawers are well made and cut full
sizes. We have at the same price
a very excellent quality of blue
white mixed or tan and white
We have men's union suits at
85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75,
$2.00 and $2.50 each. If you
want underwear of good quality
that will fit you with perfect cora
ort buy union suits.
on ground floor. 226 So. 11th St
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