The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, October 24, 1899, Page 6, Image 6

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THIS WEEK'S EVENTS.
University oratorical association
meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p. in.' in room
111 in the ma'" building; annual elec
tion of officers. '
The. first public pupils' recital in the
ehapol-Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Burr, Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Burr and Miss Burr will en
tertain at the Lincoln hotel Friday
evening.
Special society programs Friday
evening.
Preliminary athletic contest for char
ter day on campus Saturday afternoon.
Foot ball game with Kansas City
medics at Kansas City Saturday after
noon, .r
English club meeting Saturday even-
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Joint debate: Delian boys' debating
club vs. Alpha Omega club of Doane
Saturday at 8 p. m. In the chapel.
Address to Y. M. C. A. by Dr. Hind
man Sunday at 4 p. m. in the chapel.
LOCALS.
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PERSONALS.
Captain Williams, was in Omaha
last -Thursday.
Th'e Delta Gammas havo pledged
Miss Irene Hamilton.
F. E. Warner of Creigliton. Neb., is
visiting university friends.
"R. B. Baker, A. M., 'OS, w'll take
junior work in the law school this
year.
Ed-on Rich, 'Si, candidate for regent
on the fusion ticket, visited old friends
at the university Satin-day.
Arthur C. Pancoast is attending the
fifty-first annual convention of Phi
f.'amma Delta at Dayton, 0.
H. E. Dusenberry, superintendent of
the Nelson schools, was a guest at the
Phi Psi house a .part of last week
E. Gillespie. S9, who is connected
with the war department at Washing
ton, is in Lincoln on official duly.
Everett Sawyer, '97, who lias been in
Salt Lake City the past year, was on
the campus last week shaking hands
with old friends.
D. C. Hall. '97. arrived from Manila.
P. I., thr- fore part of last week. After
a few lays' stay he left for Itharn. X.
Y.. to visit his folks, whom in lias not
seen for four years.
M'bs Grace Bridge, instructor in the
high school anil formerly of the uni
versity, was called to her home in Fre
mont last Wednesday morning by the
sudden death of her brother.
A. H. Dav!s of North Platte and B.
E. Hendricks of Wahoo. alumni of the
Mate university law school, visited the
junior law class Tuesday morning.
Each made a short address.
FASTER THAN EVER.
Effective Oct IS, the "Union Pacific",
will inaugurate new train service and
will reduce the time of the Overland
Limited Train No. 1, between Chicago,
Council Bluff and San Francisco,
hours and 15 minute. Only u hour
Missouri river to Pacific coast. Buffet, !
smoking and library car, with barber!
shop. Chicago and Coune'l Bluff to '
'San Francisco and Portland. Thrw '
trains daily to and from Pacific coast.
Elegant palace sleeping turn, d'nltig
cars, chair cars. For full Information
call on IS. 13. HloMsoii. agent
NEW FRATERNITY HOUSE.
Stanford is to have a vber nuror'iy
house, and thl time it is the Kappa
Kappa Gamma who are to bi,JJd'. The
building is to be of old English an.'
lecture with pointed, sloping rooV It
is to be three stories in height w'th
largo. pac!ou rooms and hall and
broad porches. It will l.e fitted out
with modern Improvement and when
completed will accommodate iwouty
people. The chapter house when com
pleted will cost in the -neighborhood of
$7,000.
Gregory the Coal Man.
. Nqw, bogkp. University Book, Store.
The lntest books In at The Co-op, 322
N. 11th. y. . .
Full line of writing tablets at Univer
sity Book Store.
The Palladians are plnnning for a
big Hallowe'en party.
Fine "Pennant" writing
The Co-op, 322 N. 11th.
Nebraskan subscriptions
the University Book Store.
"Pennant" uni. writing
boxes at The Coop, 322 N. 11th.
Full line of tablets, writing pads and
notebooks at, the University Book
Store.
Miss Kyle addressed the young ladies
in the university chapel Sunday after
noon. "You'll havo to hurry" and order
your shirts at Harper's shirt factory,
1012 O.
The Unions vill give a party to in
vited friends and members next Friday
evening.
Phi Kappa Psi has pledged Mr. Park
hurst of Lincoln, who is a graduate of
Williams.
Waterman, Remex and Lakeside
fountain pons, all styles, at University
Book Store.
A new galvanized iron .water tank
was put in the bath room of the arm
ory last week.
A new thiny-five horse power boiler
is being constructed for the conserva
tory of music.
Largo supply of U. of N. writing tab
lets, with envelopes to match. Univer
sity Book Store.
Our university pins have come and
are going fasL Get one at the Univer
sity Book Store,
Over 1,500 volumes have been re
ceived and catalogued at the library
since September 1.
Large stock of U. of N, writing
paper now in at The Co-op, 322 N.
II tli. Envelopes to match.
Bicycle and camera supplies of all
kinds. Typewrit'ng and mimeograph-
lug. At "The Coop.," 322 N. 11th St.,
Jerome Langer was run into by aj
careless bicycle rider Monday morning,
and received a painful sprain In his
rlgh knee. ;
Stops were taken at the business!
meet'ng of the union literary society I
to co-operate with the college settle- j
moiit committee.
Director Kimball is meeting with
success in his effort to get up a party i
to lake in the grand opera at Kansas
City the latter part of this month.
The o.nly thoroughly good place in
tho city where a student can et any I
kind of board thai he wants is at Cam-!
eron's cafe, 114-1 IS South 11th street'
Student of tho university who are
not connected with tho-tfchool of fine
?ru are requested to refrain from en
ter'ng the studio during class hour.
The following new members were
voted into the Palladia society lact
week: ill .Josephine Dura, Mlse
Margaret Grimlson and H. II. Hawley. '
Much favotable criticism ha been
fi'ard of iln- lecture on Wagner given
b John Randolph before the matinee
inuclcal society last Monoay aftronooa.
Every student in scientific courses
need "Wrapson and Gee Mathemat4
al Tables," a library of scientific form
ula. For sale at University Book
Store.
An old-member program was ren
derod at the Delian l'terary society last
Friday evening. The crowded house
seemed well pleased with tho enter
tainment, i
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Good Clothes
Are to Respectability what
the frame is to the picture. . .
Appearance go a long ways. More'
than ever before do clothes have
an influence in determining one's
first impression, sense and charac
ter of the mar.. It pays to buy
stylish and well made clothing, .
such as bear the trade mark of L.
Adler, Sons & Co. and Hart, Shaff
ner & Marx, and which compete
successfully everywhere with the
best custom work. We want every
man of taste to see the exceedingly
swell line of Fall and Winter
Suits and Overcoats from the above
named manufacturers. You will
be surprised at how handsomely
you may be dressed for less thar
half what you have been paying
your tailor. ' f
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
of the very latest design and fully
tailor made, at
$10.00 $12.50
15.00 16.50
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Armstrong Clothing Co.
H. W. Rofp. Intercollegiate secretary
of the Young Men's Christian associa
tion, and Rev. Dr. Rowlands of this
city conducted the chapel exercises
Wednesday.
One of the most pleasant social
events of tho season was an informal
dancing party given by Kappa Alpha
Tlieta at the home of Miss Agnew on
H street Wednesday evening.
A meeting of the Reese club will be
held next Tuesday night, October 31,
in the G. A. It. hall. Good music and
excellent speaking will be provided.
Everybody cordially invited.
Eight volumes of "Hufcutt and
Woodruf Cases." eight volumes of Wil
gus "Cases on Evidence" and two vol
umes of case reports have recently
been added to the law library.
Last Friday evening Misses McFall
and Bess McWJlliams and Messrs. Bert
Doane, Clarence Allen and W. P. An
derson wore proposed for membership
into tho Delian Lteraary society.
H'atury covers, full size, leather
bach, 15c eaeli at Herpolslieimer's
Book DepL A full line of students
notebook, history paper, theme paper,
Faber ponciU, lead pencils, etc., at
lowost pricos.
Mls Fox and Miss Blandln entertain
the English club at 1210 S street Sat
urday evening. Tho program will be
tiM follow: Story. R. C. Lansing; crIU
leal eany. Mis Mao Whiting; story,
C. M. Bartiott.
The Pallad'an will give a special
war program Friday night. Members
of the First and Second Nebraska regi
ments will have entire control of the
program and some very Interesting fea
ture are expected.
Acting Chancellor and Mrs. Bessey
left hist Wednesday afternoon for Des
Mo'ne. la. While away he will also
inspect the dairy school of the Ames
agricultural college and study the
water supply system in use there.
All coal will go higher very soon if
pre.-ent conditions continue. It will
pay every one to arrange for their win
ter's coal at once by f.ceinj Charles B.
(Jregory at 1044 O street.
The reference books in the library
have been supplemented by the two fol
lowing sets: National Cyclopedia of
American Biography, In eight volumes,
and the Imperial Dictionary of the
English Language, in four volumes.
Some new men have Joined the
scrubs in response to the appeal of
Coach Branch. Still the reserves are
not strong enough to give the first
team the proper practice and every
available man is desired on the field.
On Tuesday evening the Epworth
league of Grace M. E. church gave a
reception to new students. Several
from the university and many from
Wesjeyan attended and spent a very
enjoyable evening. An entertaining
prograrrtwas rendered.
The cadet battalion is fast being
formed Into a well drilled organiza-t
tion. The new men arc being drilled
j in the manual of arms a part of every
drill hour. Wednesday they devoted a.
portion of their time to bayonet exer
cises. The battalion is to be uniformed
by the Thanksgiving recess.
A training table has been started
for the benefit of the foot ball players
and Is located in the conservatory
This Is a progressive move In the right
direction and the coach is to be con
gratulated upon his insistent endeavors
to get the team into the best possible
shape before the coming big games.
Invitations to the president and fac
ulty have been received at the chancel'
lor's office requesting their attendance
on November 3 at tho inauguration ot
Dr. Louis Edward Holc'en, the new pres-.
blent of Western university, Ohio. A
yet no delegate has been appointed.
Acting Chancellor Bessey thinks he
will not be able to attend on that date.
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