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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1898)
Loroy P. Sawyer left for Indianqla'.Iowaj yesterday.
0. L. Stone, '98, loft for his home in Hastings last Monday.
Mrs. Manning was unable to meet her classes the latter part
of last week.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity pledged Walter Thomas Satur
W. H. Howard of Nebraska City is circulating among Phi
Delta Theta boys.
Rebates to students on watches, jewolry and repairing.
1140 O street. D. T. Smith.
The Seniors of the Electrical Engineering department have
begun to work on their thesis. ,
The class in Logic has finished the study of deductive logic
and is now beginning inductive logic.
Beta Theta Pi fraternity initiated Ernest Folsom, Luther
Mumford, and Samuel Musser, Saturday evening.
The Rev, Dr. Wharton of the St. Paul's Mothodist church
was pastor in residence at the University this week.
Bert Forbes, '94 was in the city between trains Friday. He
was on his way from Boulder, Colorado, to Black Hills S. D.
Miss Edna Oarscadden, '98, assistant principal in the
York High school is in the city this week visiting University
The regents are seriously considering how they can provide
more commodious quarters for the law students. There are
now 120 of them, .
Miss Harriett Taylor, general secretary of the international
committeo of Y. W. 0.A., conducted the noon day prayer
meeting today (noon) in the Y. W. 0. A. room. Over thirty
girls were present.
4itTERCILLECATE BUREAU OF ACADEMIC COSTUME
COTRKLL & Caps, Gowns
T In HM A P H and Hoods totho
JL- JQfVy 1I JTx.LJ American Colleges ana Universities
.... ";.- miuniinnit rtLBftNI, HfcW TURK
Are here for business par
ticularly your business
Attend the Big Sale
S. BRAFNIAN & SONS
Wholesale Stock of Clothim
which we bought at 42 1-2 cents on the
dollar. In connection with this big sale we
give 20 per cent discount on all our regular
stock of fine Clothing and Overcoats which
are made by Stein-Bloch Co. and Hart,
Schaffner & Marx. Also 20 per cent discount
on all our Fine Furnishing Goods. 20 per
cent discount on all Hats and Caps. Call
and examine our stock before you spend-10
cents. We are in a position to save you a
great deal of money.
flffiSTRpilG -Clothihg C&.
1CJ13 to lOlQ O Street.
J. H. PETTIT " ''' "
127 N. 12th St.
THE IVY PR ESS BINDERY Has moved his shop to 1439 O, on south side of street, and will bo glad to
Lincoln, Neb. 'd customers, also new ones.
7 : Solicitjyojm next;- .. t , 1 1 j t ,
4fc thorn once. So. 11th St.
Telephone 313, Ungles' Pharmacy
Orchestra and Band
Any Number of Men. From Piano up to
Full Orchestra furnished..
SPECIAL RATES TO UNIVERSIT STUDENTS,
Office Hooks: 10 x. u. to 6 p. m.
137 IM. I3TH STREET,
Oliver Theatre Building,
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