The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, September 25, 1900, Image 8

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THE NBBRASKAN-HESPEKIAN.
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Xocal anfc pcreonai.
"Who's Ludwig?"
Dr. Wentc, dentist.
WoHtcrflcld's egg flinnipoo Is all
right.
K. A. Bnlnl, '00. law, lh practicing
In Omaha.
Ludwig Is tho Fashionable Tailor
for college men.
' M. 0. Bly, 00. law. Is practicing at
Ainswortii.
Don f'aniercn's lunch cuintor. IH-IS
South Eleventh.
Tom Crelgh visited friends in Lin
coln "last week.
Phi Kappa Psl has pledged Buckley.
Powell and Baird.
Ralph Saxton of Kdgar spent last
week with the Slg boys.
Oliver Johnson, dentist. lltliandO.
over Hurley's drujr store.
Pi Beta Phi gave a swimming par
ty and luncheon last Thursday.
Sigma Alpha has nlcdged Townscnd
ami Applegato. both of Tecumseh.
Dc!ta Delta Delta entertained at
chafing dish luncheon Friday evening.
Chancellor Andrews is In Chicago
on business. He will return Wednes
day. AVcstcrfleld. the barber, lias a large
student trade. It's the place where
they all go.
Joe Brown, who took junior law last
year, Ib manager of tho Auditorium as
sociation at York. Neb.
!R. D. Montgomery, who played half
back in '97, is in school again and
playing for his old position.
A. A. Waterman fountain pens. SI
ii'nri up. all guaranteed. At llanna'i
drug store: Fourteenth and 0.
Go to Osborn's Old Book store for
your second hand and new books.
There aic acres of 'em. 131 no. 12th.
The Kappas have pledged Louise
Uargraves. Jessie Outcalt. Dorothy
Griggs, Claire Funke and Mabel Ben
nett. The past week's business has been
tho largest for this season of tho year
over done by Gregory, the coal man.
1014 O st.
John Sumner, 'ft!), will attend tho
School of Physicians and Surgeons in
New York. Ho left Omaha for the
east last week.
II. C. Parmolco, '!)", Is assistant
chemist of the Globe Plant of the Am
erican Smelting and Refining Co.. at
Denver. Colo.
If you want your suits cleaned, re
paired and proBsod, good work done
cheap, go to Mrs. R. A. Hlggins, 218
South Sixteenth.
Phil Russell, '08, spent Sunday at
tho Phi homo. He will continue his
study In tho Columbia Law School
during tho coming year.
All"n Sedgwick Is on tho road with a
fiuartot, singing campaign songs of
tho republican stamp ahd looks like
n read cowboy In his uniform.
A. J. Collett. '00, attended the In
augural exorcises last Saturday. He
ifas a position In Omaha as draughts
man with the Union Pacific.
As in former years, tho II. L. Paine
Clothing store Is found among the ad
vertisers of our paper. It's the store
that has the large student trade.
Tho Kappas gave a swimming party
at tho Sanitarium Wednesday morn
ing. They also entertained at card par
tlos Friday and Saturday evenings.
Ludwig for Furnishings. 1225 0.
Paul Weeks. '00. P. 13. K., loft last
Friday for Boston, where ho will at
tend the Masscchusotts Institute of
Technology. He spout the summer
with a B. & M. surveying gang.
Students wishing board at reason
able prices will do well by trying the
Merchants Dining Hall. II X P streets,
two blocks from Fnivorsity. Meals l()o.
Delta Gamma entertained at lunch
eon Saturday noon at tho home of
Mrs. Peter Law. In tho evening they
entertained informally at the chapter
houso
Delta Gamivu linvt pledged Misses
Marie Weesiier. Jesp Moore. Lla
Hunt and Btdle Hamilton or Lincoln
and Misses Hortonse Clark. Louise
Tukoy and Abba Bowen of Omaha.
The niiMiibeis gave an informal tea
on Monday evening from 5 to (! in
honor of Miss McIIcnrv. Miss Douglas
and Miss Ruth MncFarland. A delight
ful time Is reported by every one pres
ent. Miss Louise Pound has returned to
Lincoln after a year's study In Ger
many. She took her Doctor's degree
in philosophy at tho University of Hei
delberg. She will bo adjunct professor
of English literature here this year.
The young people of the Flist Bap
tist church will hold their annual re
ception for Uni. students In the church
parlors, corner 14th and K sts., next
Saturday night. September 2!i. at 8 p.
in. All are cordially invited to come
and get acquainted.
The members of Kippa Alpha Thta
entertained Intormal'y at the ehap'ei
houso last Saturday venhu. T'.oir
beautiful now chapter house was ilo
seivedly praised by cerv one present
and much ere Jit givn to tho 'ior
nlty for tho artistic arrangement.
They also entertained at luncheon
Thursday and Friday noon.
The usual annual reception to uni
versity students by the young people
of Ail Souls' church will lie given in
the chlrch parlors, next Saturday ev
ening at 8 o'clock. All are cordially
Invited to attend. A short program
will be rendered followed by a general
good time, giving evoryono a chance
to become acquainted.
The University Book company (for
merly in tho main building) lias gone
out of business. Their miscellaneous
v't1! i
If not, you arc depriving yourself of the luxuries
of dress, A badly constructed and poorly fitting
shoe has unfitted many for the duties of life,
When (hsfect arc properly shod, the brain and
nerves arc at case, and the body is prepared for
enjoyment and activity,
Perkins,
Sheldon, &
Chamberlain Co.
1129 O ST.
LINCOLN, - NEBR.
stock was purchased by the Co-operative
Book Co., and tho stock of now
books by the H. W. Brown Drug &
Book Co. Second hand books and
other student proporty left with the
University Book Co. will lie found at
the Co-Op. Accounts duo tho Univer
sity Book Co. should bo paid at the
Co-Op.
Mr. Wilber T. fllmoro. A. B 'flfi,
and A. M.. '07. graduated from the
Rtyjhostpr Tbooloirlcal Seminary with
the class of 1 000. He is under appoint
ment by the American Baptist Mis
sionary Union to Podlll. Madras Pres
idency. Indi'i. His work will bo among
the Telugus. Mr. Hlmore sails from
Boston October 10. His ordination to
the Christian ministry will take pbice
Wednesday, September 20. in the First
Baptist church. The exercises will bo
held in the afternoon and evening.
COMING EVI3NTS.
Wednesday Kappa Kappa Gamma
will give a trolley party followed by a
chafing dish supper In the evening.
Friday Literary society meetings.
Saturday Mis? Richards will enter
tain at euchre In the evening. Game
with Lincoln high school at 3 p. in.
Debating clubs at 8 o'clock.
Executive Office Bulletin,
Clnpel Announcements.
Chapel jorvloos will be (ouducied
by the following professors:
Wednesday Dr. Shoiman.
Thiu,8,,f.v Dr. Bossey.
On Friday the usual musical service
will be hJd.
The registration of new students up
to Monday evening was 425. At tills
time last year the total registration
of new students was .107
II. i. SUKDD.
University Publisher.
September !.
Hanan Shoes
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Men a Women
Do You Wear
These Shoes?
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C In this column tin best phvsleluns mid S3
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E. B. Woodward, M. D.
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Olnsjcs Carefully Pitted.
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JOT-Sis Hlelmrds Hilt i L.1UC0111, INCDr,
Hosldeucc MIOCl St.
Phono lil'.'.
Oftleo 1 100 O.St.
Phono fitW.
J, R. HAGGARD, M, D,
Rooms 313 and 314
Rlchnrds Block,
LINCOLN, NHBR.
DR, W, L, DAYTON,
Dr. J. 1. IVIIlliiiiiH, ANMlMtimt.
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, and Throat,
1205 O Street. LINCOLN, NHUR.
d.'h. muir, m. d.
Physician and Surgeon
Office TreatmentElectrical or Medical,
I'Jttl M St. Lincoln. br.
DR. SHOEMAKER'S
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
For the treatment of nil discuses of the nerv
ous system. Speelul intention (riven to discuses
of women. Speelul rutes to students.
C. A. SHOHnAKRR. M. D.,
U. of N., '86.
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