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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1898)
We make a Fine TAILOR-MADE Uniform, with a TRY-ON
before finishing, that the fit may bo satisfactory, Tho past two
years we have mado the Cadet uniforms, excepting a few who
preferred to go to other dealers, as the students havo always been
privileged to place their orders with any firm, regardless of any
recommends that havo been mado. Our order book for the past
two years, with but few exceptions, indicates that only the better
class of goods and workmanship is wanted by tho students, and
this is what we now offer,
PAINE ft WARFEL,
OUR STUDENTS 3.00 Ui $3.50 SHOES
Aro the Best on earth for tho
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Our $3 nnd $3.50 shoos are tho boBt. Wobstor & Rogors,
1043 O St.
Rebates to studonts on watchos, jowolry and ropuiring.
1140 O street.
Tho Palladian Litorury society is arranging for a hallowo'on
party for Saturday evening, October 29.
Frank L. Rain has boon holding down Ed. Oramb's place in
tho StudontB' Supply Store tho past wook.
There is a noat letter stamp caso for you at tho Regent Shoo
store, 103G O stroot. Come around and got it.
If you want thoso U. of N. pins that you havo boon looking
for, call on E. Floming, 1211 O streot. lie has some oxtra
Tho Gorman department is very popular this year among tho
students. Noarly five hundred and fifty Btudonts aro rogiBtorod
in this work.
The namos of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. King and Miss Walton
wore proposed for membership in tho Palladian Socioty last
Tho young ladieB of Delta Delta Delta fraternity had a theatre
party last Thursday ovoning when Modjoska appeared in Lin
coln. Thoy woro chaporonod by Mrs. James Manahan.
Last Saturday night "Satan" Erwin, the big full-back on
tho foot-ball -team, was pledged to Kappa Sigma. Monday
ovoning Scott Garouto of Lincoln, was initiated into tho fra
ternity. U. S. Commissioner of Education W. T. Harris addressed
tho students in chapel from 11 to 12 last Friday. Ho spoke
encouragingly of tho project to have a great national univer
sity in the nation's capital.
Ed. JD. Banghart, '98, teacher of science in tho Wymoro
schools, found time to como up to Lincoln last Saturday and
Sunday. Ho is very well pleased with his work at Wymoro.
Yes, of course ho comos to Lincoln on business.
R. A. Emerson, '97, who is now employed in tho bureau of
horticulture at Washington has boon elected associate professor
in horticulture in tho University and will begin work next
year. This is tho chair formerly hold by Prof. Card.
Attornoy O. M. Sidles, '92, of Ulyssos, was in Lincoln a
few days last week on business. When Mr. Skilos went to
Ulysses to locate a year or so ago, ho found another lawyer in
possession of tho town, but ho has succeeded in driving him
out, and now has everything his own way.
Managor Bischof is trying to arrange an excursion to Law
ronco, KanBas, on November 5. If fifty namos can bo secured
a rate of one faro can bo had. If more than fifty go, a less
rate may bo secured. Tho train will loavo Lincoln Friday and
return Sunday. If you want to go loavo your name with
A book social will bo hold Saturday evening, October 29,
under tho auBpicos of tho city and University Young Women's
Christian Associations, for tho purpose of collecting literature
for tho soldior boys at Manila. Tho admission will bo a book
or magazine of good reading matter. A short program will bo
rendered during tho ovoning. Every one is cordially invited
to bo present.
WE SELL MEN'S SHOES DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU. 1080 O STREET.
Clothiers and Furnisher.
w u inn
The Brand Hotel.
W. C. FLEURY, Prop.
Exceptional accommodations for Banquets, Parties and Dancing.
Special Rates to Students and their Friends of $.50 Per Day.
COR. TWELFTH AND Q, LINCOLN,
For good SHOES and Low Prices, see
S3. A. & F. J,
1236 O Street.
Student Trade Solicited.
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