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VOL. XXIl.

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10 WA CITY, IOWA, DECEMBER 7, 1 9.

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NO. 11.

CITY

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l' II

f,VERY SATURDAY APTERNOON,

(""i~, Col/.,Iat. r.o,. S. U. I.

Publl h .1 lit It IllIblk;\11 Oil1e , W 1\ hili .ltlll • '.

\V I 111:1 r"o,['.

( ' 1111 • •\. !'I'THI I, •

•\lClnal/ill" Edilor •.

h ·1.! I /0:. 1t1),a.1I ,

II . II. w~ \\' .It

lllll"" It I\~I,\,' .

.A .. dnlf E,llt",.,.

('1111, n f_ 1,\, • 811 ;11. 1(I"Ilr/~.

TEn,I, :

fbIlSI' IIOt r CClflllg their 1,,11>('" I\·!tularl) will

"I 1'lntlJrll1lt~, ILIIIl UU'Y \I III be rorw»rded.

All ornllllllllclllloll hould b nddrl' ~d.

VIDETTE·REPORTER,

Iowa City. Iowa

Ix lltl i sue of the YW\;,'TTJ:·Hl:·

l'onn:l: IllJl bt' fUllnt! som' Ill'('ial nrlid

'hit'h we think will hi' of interl' t

to all dtizen of r01l'1\ TIlt' article by

I'n: . II . II. , l'('rl y, of the. lutll •• or·

mal, i (Ie lll'cial Yalll' to ('hool men,

and n1thOllgb some may lld·

ent of tit Hospitnl for th Ins


2 THE V IDE T T E - REP 0 R T E R.

LITERARY D EP,\PTMEl r I ull1l'thingol'thl' lilllH' ,,1I·t last ,Tllll1' JllI(ll'l' I~ Ill'illA' hllilcll,(l Oil tllIll ua.is. tlli, thollght IIl'I", 1IIl\' gralldly, 1I111i1?'

10 Olll' ul'tlll' c'la'!" of '''\\1, alltl hl' lltugh. ,\ lIll thl' l,tlitor (,:tn Il1UKl' thllt PlIA't' ill~ly, illlillilc'l~', 'I'hc' lilllllll'ial Hill~ or

_ I'd that I wa~ C'lIlil'IlYoring to l'l11halm llolitil'nl, phil),wphil'al, lilt'fl1ry 01' il'~ TIll' im)ll'l'Ullinus c'Ulltlit iUIl of tl:~

The Country Editor. him. Bllt it i. a fltl'l.

H('ll'ntillt' allli tho hI' will 111~l't 11I1H'h coulltry l-tlilllr i pru\l'rbial. ,\utl

\\ hy'!

houri. h pr('j\1(lic'l'. Yl·t till' lll'nph' will lIIt11W) plays It g'rl'at part in l', tillllllillK

IlY F. II. TIL\t '\', .~ , Ill'l'all'l' nf /lriIll1r/tlf'h ClIIHlitiulIs, rt'ad it Hnd in titul'likl' it. 'I'1'I1l', np­ wurlh. It i. till' gn-al (\l-filll'r o( 1I1l'U

0fth, Morning Sun H.rllld,

Thl' Ctllllltry (-tlitur of thl' past was a )ll'l'c'iat iUII in it Ill' t ami \\':11'1111'. t COl'ln nmi I lIing~. Olll' \'allit's IIlIll'h ilion- Ihl

poorort of a pl'r 011 in ahility, utility i~ of ,Io\\' ~rowth, hut tinH'. if thl' Jlllrpo

I' 1111(1 tl1l' ability \)' llre5ent, will thal1 lIim who hl\illhl'~ wllrd Ilf )lrai '

llill'nL friel1(\ wi\() loan~ him his pllTlIt'

Thl' Ill'upll' of th l'nill'1i ,'tatl' aad ~l'n('ral ('fi\nilllllislIl. TI1l' pt'upll'

should nol 'it with \'ohll'li hallllll, llI' of thl' :--tat' haw Un·t! O\' sll\'h ('(iiiill', hring' that al!lo. \\'lIl'n a Frl',lIlll:ll1 at Iml has IlO Il1Utwy for him, .\IIc1unlt"

of their hani hm 'ntoE alllwl'( il', !lim· and ('(litin~. '1'I11'y lil'lIIal1(1 urail1l! ami tltlll'niH'r~ity, a S('lIillr gil\,' 111l' this ('011 Il I 1')' j()lIrnali. III pa)!!, il ought 10 hi'

Illy heCIUlSI' they haw stral1glel\ the vigur uf th(' ml'l1 who deal \llllmJulIl to moUo: 'J'nkl' all you can get anll kit'k throwlI a~idl' from thl' ('on!lid('ratioll tlf

doctrine of tate~' l'ights nnd infant thl'111. They have 110 llS' for the old re·

1'01' morl', .\n(\ I think I c:tn adap it yuuug 1lll'1I. Bill it dol'!! )lay, .\Inny

damllation. TI1l'fl' are many barnacle gillH' of printer, 'Iii lor . TllI~y want by adding: Thl'n wait for it. Tim' is a ('ountr), Nlilors are poor IJlIsiul'. ~ lI11'n

prejudices till clinging to the uody son\l'thing bt'tt 'I', And whl'n the lWO gf'l'aL thing. It i 1110re ]lol\'l'rfnl of ('ulllll1l'tillA' n 1H:'\\'spaller is It UU6ill('

pOlitic. .\11C1 IImong til 11l0S ·o'er· pIe want It thing ami say o. they get ilsr\t' than brain, and it will bl'illl!' forlh malter jllst as almusl ('v('rytllillg I ,

growll /Icliolls of popnlar fallcy, thel'l' it. ,'0 tilt' uld ('ditor is dyillg and as 1\ rew(lI'(l to the C'Ol1l1tr), dilm' It wl,ll •\nl·t)JlIt" 1Iul aln:

1I\IIY u\'ail thl'II1,l'h,

For 1I11111Y ),C'III', II

~I'irit huYl' l>I'r!li tt'l

\H'lfarl' nf thi Ill'IuII

(i1(" llj 1I\Ul'll to Iii

hl~'rtt 11 It, clc'II'T!

hul'\' built lip tl :'11,(

1 ('nrril'nlull1 II, I hur(

I\' ' t, IIl1tl \\ho~I' n'p

II ,l\rrl'(\ (0 till' )ll'Up

)lat riuliHIU t1l1'Y 111

!tn·atlt, ItU 'Iwll('t'nt I

IIll' IUld Iwl\lI h uf

, tall' nl1ll l'dUl'ail'

"lthil1\lur 0\\11

,\ , a Ilrul'lil'a) 111

pitnllJl> ('()Jlstrucll'd

"antng', it will

tlll' I 'r 'onal trl'at I

i \\ill olll'r th II

11 'lily within Ihe

clllumollw('alth who

di a td and require

and all thi ullt1I'r

u)('nisloll. III

JlJIl clioo with th

1ll nt, thcre should

Training School

COlln;e of lully

prnctical ll'ctur s

mo t enlightl'llI'(\

th' sick 0 to

aocl' of a tra.iJwd

with th ir llracti ,

ueh an adjunct

hailE'd with joy by

u hav the

tiplied, and

doctor so uppl

a maximum of

t nth Hi nllial

for tbe In san at M

cnted a scbcol for

attendrults, feeling

of orne plan for

educ;,tioll of perSOn

our patient ill the

saneorthe 'tate,

who have had til

how difficult it is to

For Per


THE VIDETTE-REPORTER. 3

1\' grandly, 1I1lla~·

tlnHnl'iul lilt, lit

('lInditioll Ill' tll~

pl'u\'(·l'hial. .\ 1111

lIllt in ('stil1llllitlll

t dl-Iltlt'r of lllt'll

l' mllch wOrt'l1ll,

I him hi I'll

wonl. of )lrai t­

,hilll. .\nd nlllt·

YR, it ollght In bll

eOllsil\l'ratioll lit

lilly. )Iany

un. illt'. ~ U\('U

every act is 1\

an i ndepelld!'nt,

eb fame a h tie'

all th quiet COil'

be n 1\ /II1l1I.

nny one, th'o

ntaill II ) !roical

nection wllh its

{'Ili",r it), it hOllhl h'

l'rll\id\~llllr Ihal tilt' !{rl'at ~t 111111 III It t

t- "ulial ;\(1\11111111/\' ,dllll\'('rlll' ttl till'

1\ hllh lIt'nph', 11111 nlul1l'llI fltlllll'ni. who

lIIay 11\,1111 tllI'llI, ,1\\, HI it. 1~'IIt'Iit..

Fur 1111111) )' 'ar. a fl'\\ lIIu!:ltlnh'd

Jljrit~ hn\\' II\-rsi ttuUy Jllllun'll fnr thl'

1\~lr:\re (II thi 1>\'lIl1rtllll'lIl, 111111 In till'

fu(' - uf 1II11l'l1 tn (1i~\'()\1rllltt- lIud (Ii.·

IlI'arh'lI Il- dl-ll'rm i11\'11 1111 \'(Ieatl ~,

hl\n~ lmilt "I' a )l!'I\i\'nl ('nlh'ltl' "itlt

I I'nrril'uhllll U. thnroliith II IIny In thl.'

WI t. lIllIl Whlll n'pntatillll IIhOllhl Ill'

1\ a\'n'd tn till' Jl '01'1 '01 JOWII n till'

patrloti III tlw)' Hlhll!!' ,,!tit ('wry

!In'ath, II hl'llI'OI'('nt \111111 tn l'Tl'.'\'rn· till'

hIt. nnll ht·alth nf Ule )1\'Op\ \ of this

_ tatl' null \'(h\('att' 1ll'lpt-r t(l thi l'ud

II ithiulIIIT U\\ II hurder ,

'

.\ . a llrlll'tj(oal 1l1l'1I. IIrt', let tht' ho·

pitat bt, eOIl trut'tl'tl fllr till' eliuil'1I1 all­

Idltag' it II III allunl thl' tllllt'uts, fur

tI\l' !)('r onl\l lrl'alnll'ut frt of t'Xlwu. e,

t will otll'r th humb!t'. t IIlIlt 11\(1, t

1I~ ·dy within the hountlaril~ (If our

commoll\\l'alth who lI\1l) b' IIlflim ,11 IIr

dt.NI '(\ uud I' lIuire it heltering rnrl',

lIud u11 this ulldt'r I-lllte l'olltrul lind

SUI rvi iou. 1 n ndditlon to lhls, in

IlIIJ{'ctiml with lhe hosplllli m:llIng -

Ult'nt, there houltl 1)(' e tnbli h d a

TraIning :-amllritlln multiplied,

and thereby the laUor of tb

d tor 0 upplimenled us to re ult in

II maximum of cur . In th Fourt

nth Hi nnial r port of tb JIo pltal

for til Insane at Mt. l'leasant I advocated

a chcol tor train d nurse nud

attendant, feeliug tb urgent uece ity

of om plan for the preparation and

educ


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S ociety Directory.

LOCALS,

L 1', '''elch &, '0., Lawn Tennis.

slocum, n lime tb Ilosition of a

soldier!

WilJ Cha. i enjoying 1\ vi it from

bis ister.

Fred Iri b i eut rtaining his fatb r

tbi week.

]~Juvia Wright p nt Thank giving

in.\[oline.

Prof. JHmesoll vi ited ~lo)jne during

til holidays.

John Grimm got back from T"rkey

Monday noon.

Mi ook went to CetIar Hapids to

vi it III tweek.

Will Larrabe went to D s ~loines for

a few dny visit.

Mertie Glea 011 pent vacation with

friend in Davenport.

Fre hman ampbell is enjoying a

visit from his father.

Edith Prouty hnd tbe mi fortun to

be ick during vacation.

hli .l.nnie John on, of ' pringdale,

wa in tbe city Monday.

James ",\. Miller, . 3, p nt a few

day with iowa 'ity friends last week.

George Blallu r mad hort vi i in

Independenccand Waterloo la t week.

)1r . Larrabe and daughter lIelen

paid Iowa itl' ashort visit during th

week.

Hall, Beard ley and al'l and .' 'hip"

' tut mall, w nt to Burlington to c lebrnte.

Ward Hanni t r ha r cover d from

hi r cent Wne and has r umed hi

tlldi .

:Mr. Jolin on, of Springdale

Thallk giving with Lillian and

in Iowa ity.

Mi Bailey and Me r. Wick, Gruell

and U gg hall pent th ir vacation in

West Branch.

~veral . . 1. girl enjoyed the hospitality

of We t Liberty friend on

Thank giving.

THE V IDE T T E - REP 0 R T E R.

~Jr. HI' lllllt'l'. of MIII'!!hallloll'lI, is \ I\l\a llinlllnn i till ing Frl'lIl'h. Tile failuT(' of Prof. Patrick to m

"isiting hi SOil, Will 1II1ll his dallghter The ]lr(l~ra1l1s fur lll'xt term wiUllptt'rialiZl'lIft

r lIll' 'l'hnnk .. giving \'11(':\

~11' . O. A. Byington.

Ill'a!' lll'xL Wl'l'l\.

litln h'd to mll('h ~lWl'lIllItiull. lIut i~

E RODELl' J1 IAN OCI wry

i~ nil loulH'r It 111),lIt('ry. .\11111)1111('"

~li es ~Ioore Ilnd Davl , and )1' 1'. The Y. )(. C. A. building fnlHl 11011'

jC l~LLIE I'lmny, . Pre ident

n1l'nts 1\'\'I'l' re('ciVl'd Yl' ·terday of th

l--hillll nnll If el)l~n!ltl\J1, Sllt'nt vllcation stand abovo ~ I ,000.

(lltAn; M '(lEg,

~ 1'1' tnry

marringl' tlf (il'nrgl' T. Patri('k to )11

at homc III l--pringdlllc.

")11'. lIt1r1ll'H" mnc1l' a fair rt'('itation ,\hul(l Eo Lyall, of )liUIl('!\\loli~, ull

JIE PERIAN 0 'IE1'l'.

Hil'hards went to Tipton lit t W~ 'k to in Engli. h Prost' Frillay Illoming. Thank. giling day. ('ongratulaliol

H.U.O'IE Dro.\'l, . . 1'1' sident

vi t Boyd who i print'iplil of tht' Bewnre of the young lady ~\\'ith tlte :Iud bl'st wi, h ' .

AIIJ)IJ-: ,rOY,

~ 'cr tary

)Iet'hani ,ille chool .

Iitlle Kodak. Sht' is abroad in tlte land. )luny, fur Yllrioll, rell:on., t'anllo

IRVING IN,'TI1'UTE.

:'\£1'8. HaW C. Hnbin tU\ i jn t Iwnw take advantage, by going hom ,or th

101lllh Ey \:\", . Pre idenl

)1i' l'Iu Chll. (', of Clillton, SIlt'nt from It "i iL with frll'llIll! ill OttulUwa hort Thnnk~giving vacatiull, and III'

Thnnksgiving hert' vi iting her brotlwr,

i':ow \1I1l nOI.AX, . .,' crlltary

C. I.'. Chase, and friends.

)lary Ely, who ha. lJto~n ick for:~ con:eljuenlly left to their own iugt'nuw~ek

rlltul'lleti to work Friday mol'l1- ity to t1~vi .. l' HOIl1l' mean of l'ntert in·

ZJj;TAU.l'1'lfIAN V'IE'l'Y.

nom Uilfillnn, now tellC'hing in the

W. B. L.\ FOII('E, President

. ' lll~llL for thl'llls Ive. Thll llIajority ot

!llaqnokllta U igh Hchool, spent 'I'hank -

A. J. Lg.\lm, . . t' cretllJ'y

I1lg. ! tho bOllrdl'\'s at Mrs. Williams weI'

giving vacatiou with her friend, .Ada .Hev. ~:. ,J. . DUnl'llI". Of,l'I.h,eJlleltl, 1.1~ " among this Humber, and the pltl of

ALDINE .OGIE'l'l'. Ilntchinson.

\~11l s)ll.lk 1~1 th lnll,ltI,lll chulch tho e who did go home were, on

F.L. nOl'I,LA ", . President

, ullday lIIornlllg. Thank giving day, filled with II I t

O. W. t'\\' w.UtT,

~cretary

Walker, you onght to appiy for It position

on the unitary ('ommi ion.

)Ir . {'ufl'i~l', accompani d by )Ii S fl'1I' of invited gu' t. The hou e wa

''l'lJDENT' 'JIRISTl .IN .1 0- YOUI' 80phoJllore Oermllll friend

.\gnes Holurook, of )Ial"ngo, visited darkened and th~ gus light d, and til\'

will

ClA'l'ION.

be plea etI to recommeml you.

cia es Friday morning. I party \l'a dre. ed in the ('0 tumf or

Prayer meeting C\'ery Tue~dl\Y 110011 III cenlral

)Ii OUr 'rozier returned to bel' "Yl' olden" lime. ~lallY celebritl

building. Allnru cordlllily Invited.

Ther \\'a spl n(Ud killing nuov the home in (iell eo, Ill ., la t Tul.' ·tiay, n'lwlling even so fllr back as " 1001011,

dam la t Haturtlay, aud many of those after a week's vi it with her iter herll. anti down to til timll of Benjamin

who stayed here for Thtlnk giving tH!'

joyed th iiI' t skate of the sea on.

Ben 'hambangh earned fresh laurel

by his rendition of "Th Chariot Hace"

at a "Ben 11m" R cital at(jrace 'hmcll,

Burlington, last W dn sc!I\y evening.

~L L. ~' aI's has kindly PI' ent d the

Library with a year's sub cription of

Publi,' Opinion and that popular

journal will h reafter be found on

file there.

Onr Librarian informs u that th

campI te set of th Andover

now in th Iibrllry and will b continued,

IIlso thal the N orth .t1/1luican Revieu

will be on liIe lifter ,T an. 1 t.

The numerous friends of :x 11 Wright

wer glad to welcom her back to Iowa

City for a short visit during '],hank .

giving holidnys. WIllIe her h wns

th gu t ot' ~[adi and Be ie ,rillith.

anls ar out announCing the wedding

of :l"ra»k L. ~1 Hse, formerly a

member of elas ' t, Collegiate to Mi s

L. ~. ora 'coggin, both of Madi on,

South Dakota. .Frank i editor of the

Madi on mUllet. 'ongratlllation!

"Leav bave their tim to fall," and

judging thi timeto have pa d, Jimmy,",

'0., hay carefnlly rak d them

tog ther and cart d th III 011'. tim reo

toring to th campus it proverbial

neatne .

La t l~ridllY, Profe or ~[cnride delivered

Lhe addre at the dedication of

a new public school building at Hellevue.

For th particulars of th addr

w wiII hav to wait a IV ek, but \\'

Ulay resL a ured tbat th Prof or

gave th good people of B llevue a very

rar tr '\t. The building i the re ult

of the effort and per evernnc of th

Principal, II. A. IlolJi ter, of cia ,

and i on of the mo t compl te public

chool buildings in th we t. The citizens

of BellevlI appreCiate ~Ir. HoLli -

ter's effort in getting the building and

in giving th III one of th

ch I cour e in the State.

best high

-'Ii

" Pausy bIos ol11s" in the door yard l Butler) were there, whil many of th

of Iowa iLY on the 6th of Dec mb~r, virtues, such II Peace, Chanty, l'ru·

1 11. What tropical clime call dis- dence, Pati nce, etc., were personified.

count it. The party was tr ate(t with a til t

Term essays, ranging in length from

2,000 to 10,000 wordll, have been Cll ll1.

ing in all this week. .\. few dignilied

",ollhomore lire waiting till the ru hi

anything that a young

1Illln will in i t upon, it is a nice lilting

and ·tyll h shoe. ::itewart's H. C'. 1.

h ju t till the bill. Have yon eeu

them ~

J rn D. Orton, "all of a. udden" took

it into his bead 011 Thauksgiving day to

go hom. After h reach d ther he

decided not to relurn until the wiuter

term, as he i

Illborat six-cour e dinller, during

which the BOft sweet tmins of th

mu ic box could be fainl)' heard. Her

dinner tbe "Tom Tut'ker Band" truck

lip, and the remainder of th afteruoon

WII spent in dancing, amI other

amusements.

E\'Imy one JIIU t haveob erved during

the la decad the increa ing frequency

oC dOllalions for the aid and r tabli b­

Illent of public libraries. The iii or

tb I,ibi'am Jottl'1lal how columns of

brief r(·terence to Itch gift, and

catterro through the claily papers are

many imiJar record, frequently accompanied

by 1llnn and 1'1 vatiou of

library builllings. rtamly there nre

few nobler obj ct upon which to ex·

pel}(l one's sllfplus or testamentary

funds. (,hicl.lgo is just now rejoicing

over her second magnillcent girt of

this character, a bequest of ,.2,OOl,·

000.000 from )lr. J ohll Crerar, for a

Th ela in Engli h Poetry w I'

pleased this week when Prof. nder·

Oil read a I tter from Prof. 'ook,

in which the cIa were complimented

upon their auility in literary

critici m. Prof. ook baR evidently

not yet heard of the FI' sluullJI EllgJish.

W. F. )lozier, .'..s istant Principal iu free plIblic library upon the south side,

Ottawa 'ollege Uttawa, Il1., and a the ~ ewberry library being ill th

graduate of the S. l ' 1., spent Tbank - Xorth divi ion. We s e in a I' n~

ghing with hi Ilarent ill thi city. i lie of the Trenton Repllblicall, of

The IIigh School dance, at which )Ii· ouri, an account of th 1>1'1.' ntathere

wer pI' nt perhap more rui· tiOll to that town of ,,;;0,000, for the .

ver ity students than High School tabli hment of a puulic library. Tbi

pupils, given on the eve of Thank - gl'nrrous gift eome from a former citi·

giving wa nearly n uce ful a th zen of the town IlOIl, 'rol'ett Xorri ,

former one, lookil1g at it from a linan- now of, t. Paul, who wiU,upon the com·

cinl point of view, and WRS (Iuite a \lletioll of the buil(ling, fllTther endow it

plea ant. The mll ic wa r ndered by with the sum of ~ 20 ,OOJ as a fund f r

Cnasll's orchestra. the support of the library. Judge

The marriage of Uha .l'orter a rni. Xorri i a rehttive of th Peery family,

verity alumnus, now in the lumber of ']'renton, m mber of _\\,~Iicb ~re we~.

bu ine at U kaloo a to )li s Maud known tudent of the l tllverslty. " ,

"an Fleet on Wetllle day en~ning, the I hOI)(' that sOlUe of tll I~eallh of 10wss

2 th, Irn ... a private oue, only relative favored on ma~ fin~ It. way to till'

amI n ar rri mls being pre eut. Mr. endowment of libraries 1ll her towns

and )II'. Porter d part d the same and ~iJ1age , a.n~ .that, ns i Rid. to be

vening for Chicago, from whenc they true III the VICllllty o~ 130 ton, It may

go to re ide in 0 kaloo a. oon come to b 'on Ide red hardly resp

ctable here for a man of fortune to

For hosiery, glove, rlandkerchief , die without Jeaving a beljlte t to a

or mumer , call on Pratt


THE VIDETTE-REPORTER. 5

A Wall

:L~ Solomon.

of Denjamin

many of th

hllrtty, I'ru,

r personi Aed.

with a mo i

there are

whicb to ex·

te tam ntary

now rejoicing

liceni gi ft of

nest of 2,./:: 1l0t::'E,

t,,/.Iali'.

\ , 11,('

- J:tTTEND TH

IOWA CI'fY COMMERCIAL COLLEC&

-~ kO

Watch". Clochl, J.IU.it!l and all hind. of

Multcal tn.trum,nt"

pa1rlna- Nea.tly :Con

DUBUQUE STREET.

C. A. DRAESSEl,

Mer hant Tailor.

EI'InlJt ClOlhlnll ,""II til (lrd r, A lull lock

of lordg" COlld IIhlOY on baltd.

:tv.rili tary Suits

A .. P~) }I A 1.1'Y,

JAS. E. RYAN

Borber Shop IJ Boths

Beat 50 .. d IOc OIOABS In til, clly.

0/,. "' •• call,

0",,0 HOII" B .... '''t.

r§oerner r§rothers,

PHj RMACISTS & PERFUMERS

Specialty: Fba.Ooo41.

BOOTS & SHOES.

WI nnd (;en will Gnd In our plRce an I!XeellenL

Ituallt)' 01 oolh bwul and n cblne ed

b ,WI! m kl' \Jrl low. uMUts pi

note till, and come aud our If. 001

J. S. FLANNACAN,

No, :l:.-

ClU:I.t::>n Sl;r_t

We are having a greal run on those fine

imported

ID t )

we are showing this Fall.

No wonder: they ar equal in Fit. tyle. Mall(]

and Filli Iz to the be t Tailor-made at about

one-third the cost.

Prices on all Fall Overcoats have been slashed

down. Nice elegant Melton English Eo

Overcoats at $7.00 formelly sold for $9.00

to $12.00.

Ten Dollars buys your choice of

OVERCOATS

that sold for $13, $14 and $15.

We stlll continue to aue our CLl tamer money on

UriDERWEAR. All OLlr Underwear is bought ill ea lots

direct from ihe mills Thi mean a saving to you oj about

25 per cent. Call and look through our tack.

Alllize leading shapes in tijf and Sofl Hals. OLlr 150

Sll Hat;s equal to those sold or 2.50 to 3.00 elsewhere.

Price herman & Co. Hal at 2.i5 old el ewhereJor 3.50.

Enough to upply the tate. See the elegant new patterns i11.

Tecks and Four-in-hands lOe are hawing. Our jilly cent line

is immen e, is the verdict of all.

Bargains in White and Fancy Shirts; new designs i"

Dress Shirts.

THE GOLDE

E

o E PRICE CLOTHL G HOUSE.

niforms

All the Latest Novelties in Fall and Winter Woolens are now being exhibited by

Bloom and Mayer.


6 THE V IDE T T E • REP 0 R T E R.

Mr~DICAL

DEPARTMENT

\ . I.. llfo'I.1·, A. n. III 1.1.,

1:1. ('.IIERDIl, ,I. II. \\ PIIT,.

f.·dUnra.

A C.\DE.\[\,

OLV;,\V.

~rl'. Fh'IIlUlilllfl! 1l1'1It1ll'r paid him n

('on roy has all tilt' . tnn'h lakl'nllut of

short visil lasl "l' 'k.

him.

\\':111 I ('cI : \ n 1It'('lllllnt for till' c\lair

"Tho White lill!' i. tltl' \ill ;1 alu:l,"- 1I\.t' II II) 1lIt' III till' gramllIar t'1a~. W.

[>I·llni. • I'

1\( t'rsC>ll.

". I' t k II \' t'l .Htl·tHI tht' .\llItllni progrnm IWX

11011 < UC Oil It''' :\lIJ:(:\rou m. . , .

Frtday 'Vl-'t11111t at ~ () clock. harp, III

Htnr ....

tilt' ,\ t1ll'lIiulI hllil.

"Everything will hurn in lhl' t'UlIrherl

work on accollut f )loor health. I'be after the :-'ociety meeting. Hoy, you

soon frol11 th way tlll'Y practiced UII the

hove to I>e able t return at the begin­ ar eX)ll'cted to be there, accompanied

specimen Thur day Illorning.

Iling of the wint r lerm.

by youI' ~ullllllY girl.

I-ibeafe has lleell batien'tl up again.

Thi time he It'll out of ueu \I bile en. ~li Carri Clark ha been obliged to Prof. Hunt's cour e of lecture on

"D Iltal Al't," itIu trated lly about lifty

Yery excellent drawiug5, is chnining the

attention of the entire chool at

pre !!nt. These lecture are thoroughly

entertaining and in trllctive, aud are

Yery practical.

Two D ntal Hoclet)' meetings since

tit III t is ue of til YJOETTE. One

w k a 0 la t Ttl day Drs. Dorman,

Dingwell, Davoll, Gill on and GIll go""

and on III t Tu day e\' ni.ng, Drs.

Ulu ing, Huntley, ~larlowe and )label

Jon , r ad e lly on topic relativ to

our prof{' ion. Th y were all highly

entertaining, and elicited a great deal

of di u ion.

A v ry pleasant affair took plac the

v nillg befor Prof. Patrick left u .

Our ellior cia purcha ed a very bandome

gold·headed c.'me and upon the

conelu iOIl of hi la t lecture, your cor·

re pondent, who had been elected for

th purpo ,pre ent d it to him , in the

V.It. "". I •.\ll.i'l·II11,r

~.l' .• A \Y\ I:U,.Juulc',

Edit",.,.

IIcl\\t't'1I t 110 hll\\ k., which me~ th~ hl~ht'llltdl

H"~\I\'I'II IWO tI.,. . \lhlcb h"th Ihl' d I ~"

II\l)lIth.

1I~1\H" '" 1\\0 hOl">I", which dOlh bt'II' him t I.

11111',"" tlllll;lrl,lIhtch bllth the IIlI'rrl. '

,

ey -

I ha\·~. J1"rha\l~, ""lilt lIallulI ~plrll of J"J •.

III Ill:

11'111" th,· ~ Cllc~. 'tlarp 'lulll~t.

ot lhe I. \\\'.

1.0101 rullh, I 'lin 'III wj-er lh n a daw.

-SJI o\ld~.I'''ltt:, If,"" VI,

,\ gOlKI t1ltltly or Ihe . tllcl nt. took

aclvalltltgl' of the \'acatiOIl III t 1I'('rk

and wcnt hom!!.

Tht' frit'tHls of ('harey will lie orry

to h'arn Ihatllt' had to go home 011 ac·

t'uunt of i11lwlIlth.

K. I. Perky lin not been nble to at·

tt-lld It-rture the last few dllY. on ar·

COUllt uf ickm' ..

.Jlldg


THE V IDE T T E - REP 0 1< T E R. 7

'RTMENT

F )'A \I, HI .• lunl .. r

- -- -

PREMIERE QUALITE CICARETTE.

F. GRANl>RTH I

vry

on

meiln. b u

wry high pitch.

Laws would

with th

during the

they do with

rbance, they

judgm nt.

LLEG

-or

PHYSICIANS

\ J)

SURGEONS

OF CHICAGO.

Olll.' of thl' L:lr/{t t. FiJII' t. 111111 Be t\rrnllj.:,~11 "Ih Ilulhlin in till

(·ollllty. I1l'alt'll II), tt:lm thrllugltuul nlHll 'rf ·tly

light, 1 81111 wntilllt('tl.

(!;Hni(:ll1 ~ ~ut.lnhlg~rt: tn Ul:Plltli~~~.

PROFESSORS: .\. Ht·t·\'\' .1. I'kllll. "'. \ )[coWillilllll • n .•\. K. 't. 1\',1.. " ••

• lol~lI. 1£l'II~r !'IlI,lIwr. 1'. I~. W'Ix.I.llllll • .I. E. ~Iar\,{.r , .\: 'y. 1I.lrl II. l~. I~.

lIH.\(lI·~, (. (. I. "11\11. (,••\ . KIIJIt. H .. r. (IIrtl.• " . I' .. 'lume \\ . 1\ .

Harris"ll, .J. 'I'../l·lk , II .• J. Heynnhl'l, ('ltri lIulI Ft'lI 'r, (h' , IU;I

.T. ,\. BI'II.IIII.

ItJ;:C;CLA,H ""E~... tO;,\,- OlH'n ~('Jltt'llIht'I'" ltll.

F£.ES: - )[ntric'ullitioll. :


8

THE V IDE T T E - REP 0 R T E R.

13 cause of th ab olutely unfnvor·

abl weather 0 11 Thanksgiving dny, it

became n ct'sslIry to postpone Indell·

nitely th root·ball gmnc wilh C1rinn U.

Tr)leclo E\'clIiulI Bt;oH: "Peck's Bad

Hoy" i. 1\ eril'i or Illdicrolli Rcene , in·

l~n~l'l\' ISlIgilnhle, RlIII ('ertninly on or

Ihtl rllnnie

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