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THIS WEEK'S EVENTS.
Latin Coloqulm tonight, mtiln build
ing. Foot ball practice each evening at 4
o'clock. All men are urged to turn
Special musical program by the
Union society Friday ovenlng.
Joint debate Alpha Omega of
Doano and Dollan boys' debating club
Friday evening In chapel.
Foot ball Universities of Iowa and
Nebraska at Omaha Saturday.
Regular debating society meetings
Saturday evening as usual.
Mrs. Wetzel of Omaha Is vls.tlng her
daughter for a few weeks.
Everett Sawyer, '07, visited his par
ents and Lincoln friends last week.
G. D. Talbot, senior law, has re
turned and will take up his studies at
N. M. Davidson, '98, of Tecumseh,
Neb., was visiting at the university
Judge Macomber of Omaha visited
his daughters, who are attending the
university, last week.
D. F. Richards, '95, for some time en
gaged In business at Billings, Mont.,
visited the university last week.
Claude Reed Is touring the state with
the First Nebraska minstrel organiza
tion. He will be gone for two weeks
Professor E. A. Burnett left last
Tuesday for Kansas City, where a na
tional dairymen's meeting was to be
Mrs. Charles Williams left for
Springfield, Mass., a few days ago. Cap
tain Williams accompanied her as far
Emlle Fauquet has left for a month's
vacation In the country. His place in
the library during his absence wljl be
filled by J. E. Boyle.
Dr. Theodore Clifton of Chicago,
western secretary of the Congrega
tional educational society, led chapel
last Tuesday morning.
Dean Wilson left for Chicago last
Tuesday to attend the aasoc'atlon of
collegiate alumni in the interests of
the University of Nebraska.
Miss Ethel Syford went to Topeka
Wednesday as one of the six ladles
Bent by the matinee musical of this city
to give a concert in that place.
Adle Caldwell, sister of Professor
Caldwell, has recently beon placed in
charge of the art department of the
state agricultural college at Brookings,
Miss Herberta Jaynes, who has just
returned from a tour through England
and Scotland, was the guest of the
Delta Gammas at the chapter house
Professor Barbour was In Omaha
Wednesday looking up sales, for the
government property at the govern
ment building on the exposition
R. E. Morgan has been compelled to
be out of the university for two weeks
on account of fever. At present he is
getting along nicely and expects to re
sume h'.s studies soon.
E. H. Boomer of Rockford, 111.,
brother of J. F. Boomer, has been visit
ing in Nebraska for several weeks. Ho
stopped off and spent a c'ny hero last
week on his way home.
R. S. Baker of Curtis, Nob., B. A. '97,
M. A. '98, has entered the junior law
class. Ho will as heretofore, take an
active part In the oratorical contests
of the present school year.
William Dungnn, '9G, an old member
of our foot ball team, was watching
the first and second teams practicing
this week. Mr. Dungan wns a member
of the First Nebraska, going In as a
prlvato and coming out as a first lieu
tenant. George Hall, '97, and since a grad
uate of Cornell medical college, spent
a few hours on tho campus Tuesday.
Ho resigned a fellov'bhlp in St. Mary's
hospital at Trenton, N. J., to accept a
position as physician for tho Burling
toil rnllroad at Galesburg, 111.
Gregory tho Coal Man.
C. J. Allen Is selling Parker pens.
Now books. University Book Store.
The latest books In at Tho Co-op, 322
Full lino of writing tablets at Univer
sity Book Store.
Parker jolutlcss fountain pons will
not soil tjie fingers.
Parker's ink makes the world tMnk.
For sale by C. J. Allen.
Fine "Pennant" writing paper at
The Co-op, 322 N. 11th.
Nebraskan subscriptions taken at
the University Book Store.
See Allen's lino of Parker jolutless,
lucky curve fountain pens.
"Pennant" mil. writing paper
boxes at The Co-op, 322 N. 11th.
The annual freshman hop Is to
held Novembci 24 at Walsh's hall.
Full line of tabids, writing pads and
notebooks at the University Book
There arc now one hundred and
forty-five students enrolled In the law
Waterman, Reniex and Lakeside
fountain pens, all styles, at University
For a first-class hair cut and shave
go to Westerfield, tho barber, 117 Nc.
Large supply of U. of N. writing tab
lets, with envelopes to match. Univer
sity Book Store.
Our university pins havo come and
are going fast. Get one at the Univer
sity Book Store.
Professor Brunei delivered a lecture
before the Douglas county, teachers at
Omaha October 21.
The Delian lltorary society will give
a Halloween party this evening at tho
home of Flossie Archer.
The most complete assortment of
new and correct styles of shirts at Har
per's shirt factory, 1012 0.
A directory of all students regis
tered In tho university will soon be
published by the Y. M. C. A.
Large stock of U. of N. writing
paper now In at Tho Co-op, 322 N.
11th. Envelopes to match.
The work of selecting hoop ball
teams from the gymnasium classes Is
being pushed as rapidly as possible.
M. B. Ketchum, M. D., oculist and
aurlst. Spee'alty, correction of abnor
mal vision. 22G South 11th St. 'Phono
It is said that tho number of seniors
who will take their degrees at tho char
ter day exercises In February will bo
exceptionally large this year.
The only thoroughly good placo In
tho city where a student can got any
kind of board that ho wants Is at Cam
eron's cafe, 114-118 South 11th street.
Tho department of romanco lan
guages is considerably larger this year
than ever before. About three hundred
students are taking work In this line.
History covers, full size, leather
back, lCc each at Horpolsholmer's
Book Dopt. A full line of students'
notebooks, lilstory paper, theme paper,
Faber pencils, lead ponells, etc., at
Qi,m,lrl not overlook the advantages offered in our superb 3)
Furnishing Goods Department. Nowhere can you find
the endless assortment. Nowhere such a display of
fashion. Latest whims in all the dainty things which
go to make a young man's warurone complete.
OEMS OfTHE ORIENT at 50c
The latest things in Neckwear are Persian stripes on $
plain grounds, gorgeous in designs, yet strictly the right J
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tiling, WU piclUU uil aaiu wvv-i i.v v,....,
of these beautiful Ties in narrow, medi
um or floating end four-in-hands; also
Puffs which are regular 75c and $1.00
Collars ? Guffs
We are headquarters for this linen. We start you with JJJ
an all-linen collar in all the popular shapes at 7c then w
we give you the CROWN BRAND, C. & C, Barker & $
Coon Collars at 15c, or 2 for 25c then we carry a heavy
men of the famous li. YV. hrand at 2c. urt L-inlc or m
plain at He, 15c and 25c
Our Shirt Department must be seen to be fully appreciated.
Over 1,000 dozens 10 make your selections from in col
ored Shirts alone, prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and 1.50. White
Shirts at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Evening Dress Shirts at
$1.00 and $1.50.
Our Glove Section is a surprise to everyone.
Dress Gloves at 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
The botanical seminar held its first
meeting for the cm rent year on Satur
day afternoon. Papers were read by
nr. Pound, Dr. Clements and Dr. Bes
needs "Wrapson and Gee Mathemati
cal Tables," a library of scientific form
ula). For sale at University Book
The English club met last Saturday
n'ght with Miss Blandln and Miss Fox
at 1240 S street. About twenty-five
were present. No regular program was
Manager Collett went to Omaha
Wednesday to complete arrangements
for tho coming Iowa-Nebraska game,
which is to occur in that city on No
The Nebraska section of the Ameri
can chemical society met on Saturday
evening in the chemical laboratory.
Papers were read by F. J. Alway and
M. E. H!ltner.
The Latin coloqulm will meet In
room 205, university hall, th's evening.
This Is the first meeting for tho year.
Sessions will now be held on alternate
Miss Hayden has .decided to devote
one hour a week to lecturing upon the
old masters and their works. Tho Lux
emburg gallery was described to tho
class last Tuesday.
A new book, entitled "Retrospec
tion and Introspection," by Mrs. Mary
Baker Eddy, was added to tho library
last week; also two volumes of "Tho
World's Best Orations."
On next Saturday the P. B. D, C. will
debate tho question, "Resolved, That
tho United States would be justified in
retaining permanent control of tho
Philippines." C. M. Funk and L. C.
Lightner will uphold tho policy of tho
government, while P. W. Popoon and
Leo Berry will opposo It.
All coal will go higher very soon if
present conditions continue. It will
pay every one to arrange for their win
tor's coal at onco by seeing Charles B.
Gregory at 1014 O street.
A. A. Hunter of tho entomological
department of tho university lectured
before tho Agasslz club of tho high
school last Wednesday afternoon on
the "Migration of Birds."
The university has been asked by
tho United States commissioner to tho
Paris exposition for complete statistics
oi Instructors, students, courses and
equipment for the educational exhibit.
The voluntary evening classes com
posed of students who have not regis
tered for regular gymnasium work
havo been suspended until tho baths
can be secured, which will probably he
before November 15.
On each Tuesday and Thursday here
after tho chapel exercises wilt be con
ducted by one of the ministers of tho
city. Appointments havo been made
by the ministerial association for Oc
tober, November and December.
A clover apparatus for supplying
aquatic plants with oratcd water has
been Invented by A. A. Hunter, a junior
biological student. It has been placed
In tho northwest corner of tho palm
house, where he has a fine collection of
Many of tho high schools through
out tho state are arranging for joint
debates. Inspector Crabtree says thoro
will bo upwards to sixty debates this
school year. This shows what an act
ive mutual Interest tho schools are tak
ing in debating.
An exceptionally large number of
students were in attendanco at tho
opening of the Y. M. C. A. lecturo
course at tho Funk Wednesday even
ing. Students in oratory and elocution
were especially pleased with tho lec
turo by Dr. Thomas Dixon on "Back-bono."
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