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Students Especially Invited to Call
& C. BARBER SHOP
1144 O Street.
ANOTHER PUPILS, RECITAL.
Pupils of tile conservatory of muelc
gave another very Interesting and In
structive jrecltal in ghapel Tlnirsday
cvenlnG. As a whole, the program was
not as evenly balanced as upnul owing
to the fact that certain performers
stood out with a llttlti too mu'cu 0i em
inence by their excellence rnthor than
to tlio met mai uie oiners wre wim. Specitll attention glven to aH Diseases of
An unusually strong vocal showing Women (All surgical diseases are treated
was made by Misses Getner ana Rey-' by the most approved methods. Every con
nolds atid by Mr. Martin. The piano imcnce for Pelvic and Abdominal Surgery
' , , . wi ., ..., i I Baths for Ladles Only. Special atten-
work was also good. Mr. Wehu played tion given (o Ma89agB anJd Swedish Move-
a very difficult selection. Miss Walker, ' ments in their most recent developments
a new violinist, made her appearance, by the trained manipulator in charge.
The program was as follows: C. A. SHOEMAKER, M. D., 1117 L St.
Piano Solo Etude hi A flat, op. 52.
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
no. 4 saint saens I Northwestern University
March E flat, op. 70 Schumann 1
Nellie Griggs. iwl Pfl IPl I
Soprano Solo "A Song of Clio Sea- IflWlIlwCll
sons" C. B. Haw.ley
Soprano1 Solo "Ave Maria"
....,..'. Theo. Dubois
Piano Solo Fantrisle, Impromptu
op. ?5::...f .... Chopin
Soprano Solo "Tlie Sunset Glow"
.... ,V A. von Flelltz
-Spring Song" Oscar Well
Violin Solo Fifth Air Varle. ..Dancla j
1 Elva Walker.
Contralto Bolo "Border Ballad". .
; F. II. Cowen
Piano Solo Sonata op. 31, No. 1,
Contralto Solo "Bendemeer's
Stream" H. S. Gntty
"My.' Love Is Come"
L ......:... , Theodore Marzlais
' Eugenia Getner. -Tenor
Solo Recitative and aria
from "The Triumph of Dpjd"
Piano Solo Polonaise, A flat, op.
Puet "Night Hymn at Sea"
A. Goring Thomas
Misses Reynolds and Getner.
The hich standard and progressive meth
ods which have given this School its envi
able reputation for over thirty years are
carefully maintained. .
For circulars of .detailed information ad
dress the Secretary,
DR. N. S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
A Word to the Wise,
"Odell No, 2"
Will do work which cannot be sur
passed by any $100 machine and
COSTS ONLY $20,
Any one can learn to operate it in
a few minutes. It is strong, dur
able and portable, and does not get
out of order very readily.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Write for catalogue, samples of work, etc
Favorable terms to agents and dealers.
ODELL TYPEWRITER CO.
358364 Dearborn St. CHICAGO.
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THIRD SEASON 1900
served throughout the evening.
and O. J. Cunni.ngham chairman of the of iuaaJnB teams, postpaid, 10c!
committee which arranged for the en
joyable evening. The other members
of the committee were: Misses Loomls,
Jenkins, Honeywell; Messrs. C. J.
Kuehne, G. P. Shldler, T. O. Wlttmann.
The following dancers were chaperoned
by Professor and Mrs. 13. II. Barbour
and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Curtice: MIsse3
Andrews, Agnow, Buitubb, Burnham,
Cunningham, Colo, Du Tell, Douglas,
Jano Douglas, Bdgren, Emmons, Hon
eywell, Holman, Honry, Holdbrook,
Hayes, Harrison, Haskell, Jackson,
Jenkins, Koch, Loomls, Lumery, Mil
lar, MeWhinnlo, MoPheely, Miller, Ma
comber, Parks, Post, Paddock, Stewart,
Sarbach, Salee, Tukoy, Woodward,
Whiting, Wirt; Messrs. C. At wood, Ab
bott, Butler, Brown, Chain, Cuming
ham, Ewlng, HayeB, Hedrlck, Hewitt,
Harvev. Heuck. Homan, Holmes,
Humphrey, Hunger, King, Kuohne.j pvllWCD THPATRF
Korsmoyer, Lewis, Llnneen, C. Mudgf, j UL1 V.Dr lKLnnL
U Mudgo, Mann, Mansfoldo, Pancoast,
Jlhea, Roddy, Reed, Stratton, Sedy
wlok, Schwartz, Shldler, Stuhr, Stur
deyant, Ustlck, Watklns, Williams,
AYalsh, Wlttman, White, Woodruff,
lltlthll SIILIMLk 4 (M.l
3 Two Capes Absolutely free.
On December 15th, we will give absolutely ij
49 suit department now
The annual hop given by the fresh
man class occurred Friday evening at
Walsh's hall. It was a rather more
pleasing function than this event has
been In years heretofore and shows to
a certain extent an increased prom
inence g.ven to the underclassmen of ( jf j gyppjjg ftf QQQ P
me insuiuuon. me mm wiw uii. , Th0 bpaWlllB oniclal Intercollegiate Foot
with the class color, light blue, and the naU. used exclusively by Yale. Princeton, liar
university scarlet and cream. Ices were 1 nMniI?n0MlnXian.nn(iovorvieadinK foot ball
-- 1 w. 0 '." " A, 1- .Mn,...nUfnii
Allen team. unirorniB, onweHiiuuevurj-niioiiujui
,(V" 1 m.m rmiim SnnhilnLf'B Odlclnl Foot Bull Guide
was master of ceremonies I edited by Walter Camp-ISW rules with index
,...ii-..- --...? nn,nnl.l 1ft. T Tn n1 unm 1 V 1
Illustrated catalogue of all sports mailed free.
A. G. SPAIDING O BRO.
CHICAGO. NKW YOHK. DBNVKK
. . . Orchestra
August Haobnow, Conductor.
Friday, Dec. ist
E. Lbwis Baker,
Prices: 2Gc, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
Seats on sale Wednesday, 1000a m.,
at Box Ofllco
?ree, one $25.00 seal plush cape and one $i2.qq. J
salts plush cape. Get full particulars in cloak and1' JJ
Its an opportunity to save at least 10 per cent j
49 ou Xmas fur purchases and you can't help but pro- $
2j cure something entirely new as every garment is a j
THE SECOND, THE LAST AND THE LARGEST
SPECIAL FUR DISPLAY AND SALE OP THE SEA
SON TAKES PLACE HERE ON DEC. 1, 2 and 4t,h.
sample of this season's latest creations.
A Sale of Black Crepons.
The fine weather of the past two months pre
vented the selling of the quantity of these very
stock now than we care to accommodate. We have
therefore placed them in five lots and depend on
such price reductions as these to clear the line.
Jo popular fabrics, and as a result we have a larger
The $1-00 grades at 67cj $1-25 and 1-35
grades at 89cj $1-50 grades at 1.19; $1.75 J
grades at 1.33, 2.00 $2.25 and 2-50 grades' $
at 1-63- JJ
The sale is now in progress.
be University of iliinnesota
Colle'tfo of Meillclno niitl Surgery
The Twelfth Annual Course of Lectures will com
mence on the 10th day of September, 1800, and will
continue eight and one-half months. The course is
graded and cpvers a period of four years. Medical Hall,
the Laboratory of Medical Sciences, the Laboratory of
Medical Chemistry and the Laboratory of Anatomy, are
situated upon the University campus. The clinical op
portunities afforded by the hospitals and dispensaries of
Minneapolis and St. Paul are at the command of the
College. For out-door clinical service a new clinical
building has been built in a central location.
For information address , ,
Dr. Parks Ritchie,
DEAN UNIVERSITY 01' MINNIJOTA,
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