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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1898)
A hat's a rat for a that
We are showing all the leading Fall
and Winter blocks. Hats for Fresh
men as well as sedate Seniors.
PAINE & WARFEL.
3.00 ni $3.50 SHOES
Our $3 and $3.50 shoes are the best. Webster & Rogers,
1043 O St.
Rebates to students on watches, jewelry and repairing.
1140 O street.
Mrs. Manning is able once more to resume her work in the
Miss Marion Robinson spent Saturday and Sunday with her
parents at Missouri Valley, Iowa.
Miss Fanny Duer of Missouri Valley, Iowa, was an enthusi
astic witness of Saturday's game.
The older members of the Del inn society will give a special
program Friday evening, October 21, 1898.
Miss Nell Denison, Delian, was called home last Monday
evening by the serious illness of her mother.
Prof. Taylor gave an exhibition of the tricks of some trained
horses to a few friends last Saturday afternoon.
There is a neat letter stamp case for you at the Regent Shoe
store, 1036 O street. Come around and get it.
The Regent Shoe Co. will save yon money on men's shoes
as they sell direct from the factory. 103G O street.
If you want those U. of N. pins that you have been looking
for, call on E. Fleming, 1211 O street. He has some extra
Miss Mame Stanwix, last year a pupil in the Conservatory
of Music, is spending a few days with friends at the Conserv
atory this week.
L. V. Patch will spend Sunday in Lincoln with his fraternity
brothers. Patch is principal of the schools at Bartley this
Misses Marie Beach and Bertha DuTeil, students at the Uni
versity for several past years, arc now attending the Lincoln
The Junior class held a meeting Tuesday afternoon to elect
members of the annual board who have not returned to school.
The class voted to leave the appointment of these associates in
the hands of the editor-in-chief.
Miss Fannie Kimcs. 1902, who fractured an ankle bone at
Hagenow's Philharmonic concert, about two weeks ago, is still
confined to her home. She will not be able to attend the Uni
versity till the second semester.
At the Senior meeting Friday, October 7, it was decided
that the whole class should wear Senior caps and gowns. The
boys intend to wear some kind of a stiff hat of some peculiar
u'hjipe and color, to distinguish them from the "common
Five of Lincoln's chessplayers, J. II. Mockett, Jr., Corey,
Barron, Holbcn and Edwj ds. went to Omaha last Saturday
and met Messrs. Barker, Points, Rathburn, Palmer And Small,
the representatives of the Omaha club. The Lincoln boys won
by the score of 6 to 4.
Mrs. Emma Boorse Tucker writes from Chicago that she and
Mr. Tucker arc comfortably located within convenient distance
of Rush Medical College, which Mr. Tucker is attending.
Mrs. Tucker will probably take up study in Moody's Bible In
stitute. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker are preparing for mission work.
WE SELL MEN'S SHOES DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU. 1030 O STREET.
L. Are the Best on earth for the ffmlK
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12,3 lh .2.3
STREET. SK.. ftt$y SWEET.
The Brand Hotel.
W. C. FLEURY, Prop.
Exceptional accommodations for Banquets, Parties and Dancing.
Special Rates to Students and their Friends of $1.50 Per Day.
COR. TWELFTH AND Q, LINCOLN,
For good SHOES and Low Prices, see
. A. & F. J.
1236 O Street.
Student Trade Solicited.
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