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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1899)
Have Your Next Shirts
made to order if you want them to
fit and wear. Its economy in the
long run, to say nothing of the com
fort and satisfaction,
One-Half Dozen to Order, White
HARPER'S SHIRT FACTORY,
Up-Stairs, 1012 0 Street.
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All on the same trees now at Los
Angeles. A more pleasant change
you could not make than to take a
California trip now. Before arrang
ing your trip see our new wide ves
tibuled tourist cars and call at our
office for descriptive matter.
City Ticket Office. Cor. 10th and O Sis.
Iliirlliicton Depot, "111 St., Hot. P and Q.
California and Oregon
"&' Cars for
Tho Only Direct Itoutc.
Daily fiorvlco, qulclc tlino, low ratoH, pictur
esque route, and tho Kroatent degree of comfort
are tho attractive feuturoH which combine- to
render pre-eminently proper Uicho exctirHlons
in ordlnury HleopliiB cars to tho Puclllc coiiHt.
Ktonm Hcut I'lntHcli Light.
tar" Tor time tables, folders, Illustrated
bookn, pamphlets dfHcrlptive of the territory
traversed, call on
E. 11. SLOSSON, Agent.
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The sixth annual hop of the Pershing
Rifles was given last Friday evening
in the largo dining room of the Lin
coln hotel. American flags and stack
ed arms wore effectively used for deco
rations and all officers in tho battalion
were present in uniform. Between tho
intermissions of the twenty dances re
freshments wero served in tho ordinary
dining room. Professor and Mrs. Bar
hour, Professor and Mrs. Richards and
Professor and Mrs. Lyon chaperoned
the dancers. Those present wero:
Misses Bennett, Cochrane, Colo, Col
son, Cunningham, Jane Douglas, An
drews, F. Gere, E. Gere, Gregory, Gel
latly, Garten, Henry, Holdbrook, Har
greaves, Hoover, Hayes, Jackson, Jon
kins, Jaynes, Koch, Kenny, Losch,
Lumry, Loomls, Morgan, Macomber,
Whiting, Woods, Wirt, Wetzel, Wig
genhorn, Welch, Woodford; Messrs.
Lau, Tukey, Raymond, Johnson, Mc
Creery, Schwartz, Shuff, Reedor, Ga-
routte, Ilouck, Hedge, Lewis, Turpin,
Orlo Brown, Weeks, Korsmeyer,
Haecker, Shedd, Collett, Hayes, Cran
dall, Hollenbeck, Holt, D. Atwood, C.
Atwood, A. L. Brown, Robbins, Hum
phrey, Manley, Roberts, Watklns,
Longley, WW'ams, Ricketts, Schick,
Holmes, Davidson, Kellian, Bowlby,
Hadley, Sheldon, Hansen, Rehlaender,
Clinton, Butler, Pancoast, Morrison,
G. W. Barnes and Woodland.
The committee In charge of the af
fair was Barnes, Korsmeyer, Swallow,
Woodland and Williams.
Miss Douglas gave a chafing dish
party on Saturday evening for her sis
ter, Miss Jane Douglas, at tho Kappa
Alpha Theta house, Sixteenth and M
Tho Phi Delta Theta3 have pledged
Elam Seacrest of the law school.
The Tuesday night club gave tho
first of their series of dances at
Walsh's hall last Tuesday evening.
The Kappa Alpha Thetas have
pledged Miss Janet Post of York, Neb.
On Friday evening, December 8, the
Phi Gamma Delta gave a dancing party
for the Kappa Alpha Thetas at their
fraternity house on Thirteenth and H
streets. Those present wero: Misses
Morgan, Wirt, Macfarland, Jessie Mac
farland, Douglas, Jane Douglas, Ed
gren, Harpham Cunningham, Wlggen
horn, Hoffman, Foster, Stuart and
Shaw; Messrs. Mudge, C. Mudge,
Adams, Harvey, H. Harvey, Pancoast,
Sanders, Wells, Hopewell, Cunning
ham, Crandall and France.
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Short line and quick service to Nebraska
City, Falls City, St. Louis and all points
South, East and West.
Cltu Tlokot Office, 1039 "0" St.
H. C. TOWNSEND,
G. P. & T. A,
F. D. Cornell,
C. P. & T. A.
Basket ball practice hus begun In the
various gymnasium classes and will
continue until January 1, when the
team to represent the university In tho
coming Intercollegiate games will be
Hoop ball games are drawing large
crowds. Wednesday the team of the
city Y. M. 0. A. defeated the univer
sity "Scarlets" by a score of 31 to 19.
The cause of their defeat was partially
duo to the fact that part of the univer
sity team was not present and substi
tutes wore plnyed. The university
creams will endeavor to lower the
colors of tho Y. M. C. A. team tomor
row evening; also a gamo between tho
teams of the 1 o'clock and 8 o'clock
classes will be played that evening.
Great preparation is being made for
tho charter day athletic contest. Pre
liminary ovonts tiro held each week.
Last Saturday the horizontal bar vault
took place. Jowett won flrst placo, W.
E. Andreson second and Johnson third.
Owing to tho fact that vacation begins
Friday evening, tho event for this
weok, which is tlio nop, step ami jump,
will take placo Thursday at 5 o'clock.
Zithers, autoharps, guitar-zithers,
accordions, harmonicas and all musical
merchandise at one-half to one-third
off usual prices during Mueller sale at
Horpolshelraer & Co.'s music and pic
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Ho For Christmas!
If your feet are properly shod,
how much morr likely you will
be to enjoy the holiday festivi- '
ties. If 3'ou get your footwear
from Perkins, Sheldon & Cham
berlain, there is no question of
its being of the right sort
well fitting, good materials,
stylish, reasonable in price::::::
Perkins. Shoirlon & rhanilrcrlain f.nmnanv
ffi 1 129 0 Street, LINCOLN.
Some people are not wise. They nostpone prepara
tions for Christmas 'til the last week or the last day,
and then like as not wonder why they can't find just
what they want.
All our Christmas goods are now on exhibition and we
invite you to make selections while assortments are
Miller & Paine.
403 k 405 E. 62d St
33 & 35 S. 10th St
800 Washington St
IT West Oth
810 N. 8th St
f WORK IN SI0HT
287 4th Avo
8 N. 3d St
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r i - Cinrr to the Home Office and a Correct Map
benO d. C Otamp 0 the World will bo mailed to you.
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