The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 18, 1898, Image 8

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    THE HESPERIAN
Nebraska defeated the Colorada foot ball team 23 to 10,
yesterday.
A now flag was flying from tho flag-polo of the main build
ing, Monday morning.
Tho Union socioty will givo a Nobraska Poet's Program in
their hall this ovoning.
Leave bundles for tho Olarkson laundry at the Studonts'
Supply Store, 1129 R street.
Last Friday the Phi Kappa Psi boys gave a very pleasant
party to a number of their young lady friends.
John P. Cameron, '97, of tho 3rd Nobraska voluntoors is in
Lincoln. Ho will start for Cuba in a few days.
W. F. McNaughton, R. D. Andreson and F. E. Edgerton
will represent theD. 13. D. 0. in tho dobato with Doano, Doc. 9.
Students will do well to remember that Westerfiold is yet in
business, at his old stand, 117 North 13th. Latest stylos in
hair cut.
1. E. Wymoro writes from Freedom, Nob., whore ho is
teaching school, that ho finds The Hesperian a very welcome
guest.
0. A. Van Scoy, Law, '00' has loft school. Ho will take
a trip to Indiana and will then return to Woodbine, Iowa when
ho has a good position.
Sunday evening, Nov. 13, Dean Sherman gavo tho second
of tho series of lectures at tho First Congregational Church.
Ho spoko on Christianity and Literature.
Got your portrait enlarged. Portraits enlarged, regular
16x20 size, work and correct likeness guaranteed, $2.95 at
Picture Department of Horpolshoimer & Co,
A chapter of Phi Gamma Delta was installed in Lincoln
last Saturday ovoning. Tho chapter starts out with about tho
same membership that tlio other chapters have.
r Tho big three-foot Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen in tho
window of tho Co-operative Book Storo, 225 north 11th street,
is a novel attraction. But its most too big to write with.
Ohuncollor MacLean left Saturday, to attend tho national
meeting of the Agricultural Colleges at Washington and will .bo
gone about ten days. During his absence Dean Sherman will
act in his place.
J. T. Sumner loft Thursday night for Columbus, O., as u
delegate to the Phi Delta Thota national convention. Ho
will be accompanied by E, A. McCreery and Will Raymond.
Tho boys will bo gone about ton days.
Continued cold weather has made it necessary to open the
check rooms. Tho boys' chock room is in its old location in
tho basement of University Hall, while the girls' has been
moved from tho main building into tho library.
A Charminpr Book About Old Violins. ,
Violinists everywhere will hail with delight tho beautifully
printed and authoritatively written book about Old Violins,
published by Lyon & Hoaly, Chicago. Good old Violins may
now be obtained from $25.00, and a violinist is foolish indeed
to remain handicapped with a poor instrument.
Socks or Sox
Don't matter how you spoil It but It
does matter a great deal the kind you
buy. Have you tried the SHAWINT? If
not come to us for a pair and watch
them wear.
1136 O STREET.
PAINE &WARFEL
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It fits like a glove.
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The Brand Hotel,
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Exceptional accommodations for Banquets, Parties and Dancing.
Special Rates to Students and their Friends of $1.50 Per Day.
COR. TWELFTH AND Q, LINCOLN,
Winter
Garments
for
Men
and
Women.
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We have ready-to-wear garments of every
description, Cloaks, Suite, Hats, Furs,
Gloves, Underwear, etc.
FOR MEN-
We have everything in the line of Fur
nishing Goods, Underwear, Hosiery,
Gloves, Shirts, Neckwear,
Immense Assortment., Correct Styles and Low
Trices are what we promise you.
MILLER & PAIE
REGENT $3.50 SHOES ARE FOR MEN. 103G O ST.
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