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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1895)
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Don Oiunoron'H luuoli collator
118 Ho. 11th, Btroot.
Hoo Jilwing Clothing Goinnfiny'H
Into HlyloH ol! Hpi'ing lints.
"HUH HiH AVhiHkorH Grow."
For Hiilo at Estoy & Citmp',
MisH IVLyrilo Whoolor Iiiih boon
quilo ill during tho past woolc.
AVuloh for Ewing Clothing
Company'H Suit Halo noxt woolc.
TIioho now npriiiy Uoh. You
got Uhmii at Kvouor'H, i)!3i) 0 St
J'jiI llowo has vomovod hisoigar
nloro to 1L0 North Tliirlu u th
'.rhoro will bo no ias.io : Tins
NWUIAHKAN lU'Xt WOOk OWMltf lo
Tho Doliuii Hooioty is gon in
havo its oloolion of olliccrs noxl
Engburg in tactics" Wouldn't
tho atato oC a man's rilnnmeho in
dicalo tho tinio of day?"
Tho handsomost lino of Nook
wcur for DOo. in tho city.
Ewinc; Clothing Co.
Don Camoron has removed his
rostauranl to 118 So. 11th St.
ono door south of old stand.
Liout. Porshing has boon dril
ling somo of tho ladies gymnasium
classes in military marching.
Tho salo of rosorvod soats for
tho Drmatio club mentioned bo
gan with a rush this morning.
L. 0. Mead has romovod his
news stand to 110 North Elovonth
street. Studonls aro invited to
mspoct his now quartors.
For tho nowost thing in-spring
noclcwoar, and tho la tost stylos in
men's shirts deal diroct with tho
manufacturers. Kroner, tho Shirt
Man, 939 O St. Discount to
lluslcin's Grown of Wild Olives,
Queen of tho Air, Ethics of tho
Dust, Mornings in Floronco,
Sosamo and Lilios. Carlyle's
Sartor Kosartus, Past and Present,
J loroos and lloro Worship, French
Uo vol nt ion. lUmeraon's Autocrat
of tho Broalcfast Table, Piepro
sonlativo Men, cloth binding sil
ver stamp, to bo had at Herpol
shoimcr& Go.'s for 23o porvol.
and see our Spring stylos. It
will pay you, no matter whether
you want to buy or not. Wo aro
always glad to show our goods.
You want to feel at oaso. The
best way is to wear our foot-form
shoes. It is an acknowledged
wo are loaders in up-to-dato foot
covoring. Wo always havo tho
proper thing at the right price.
When you aro shod with a shoo
that fits, no
can. stoal tho comfort you got
from.it. It takos our foot-form
fehoes to do this. Deal with us
Slice, and you will bo convinced.
&HCI?ATC'. 0 . 4-
We have a new line of TroiiHors
to show you. ('all and seo them.
Lyon "You bot I. won't bo a
Honior another year."
11. Thorpe, of Edgomonl, S. 0.,
has boon in tho oily visiting his
Principal IJrainurd and twenty
two pupils from the Boalrioo High
school, spent Friday at the uni
vorsitv. Prof. Caldwell spoke at Exeter
Friday ovoning before pupils of
the high school and citizens of
(I rooting to the college lately
admitted to tho Stale Collogiate
Oratorical association " Woo
All the uuiifaxinoH can
chased nt iMoadH news Blond, LIU
North Eleventh streot, as soon as
Prof. Hodgman wont to Louis
ville Friday to give an address
before tho Christian Endeavor
Prof. Ward lectured on tho
mysteries of tho deep soa at the
Frst Prosbytorian church Mon
Mr. E. Marin Mayor is sull'or
ing with an attack of grip, and is
confined to his room in tho Y. M.
0. A. building.
H-d-y "Toll you what, wo had
a llossy banquot; you ought to
havo soon mo hit Ilaughton in the
oyo with a doughnut."
M. E. Boron of tho class of '99,
has gono to York county to teach
a spring term of school. ITo ox
poots to roturn noxt yoar.
Miss Willa Cathor on her re
turn from Chicago was taken
down with pneumonia, but is re
ported as being much bettor.
In German. Student translating
"Starb or zu Bologna am -1
De.ember." "Ho starved on bo
logna on tho 1th of December."
Don Cameron's lunch countor
Uf So. 11th, street. Fish and
gamo in season. Tho nicost ros
(urant for studonls in tho city.
Miss C: "Woll, what aro you
sulking about now?" "Miss B. :
"I'm not sulking. I'm only hav
ing a littlo teto-a-telo with myself.
Tho interost to tho program of
the ovoning sorvico at tho First
Presbyterian church, was greatly
added lo by a solo by Miss Bossio
Turnor last Sunday.
Judging from the whisperings
and numorous uicolings of the
class of '9.) tho sands of timo will
bo horribly mutilated whon the
seniors leave tho " Uni."
Tho Annual board mot Friday
for tho first timo, and preliminary
arrangements wero begun to make
tho noxt issue of tho Sombrero
surpass any previous ono.
William Beed Dunroy will give
an entertainment in tho chapel of
tho university somo timo during
tho first of April. Hon. AY. J.
Bryan will open the ontortain
with on address.
Mr. Lehmor, of '98, who has
boon at Lincoln somo time, ex
pects to leavo for Orel, Nob.,
about tho first of April. From
there ho will go on to his on
jrinooving work in tho mountains.
At a mooting of tho class of '97
hold Friday afternoon, Miss Eva
O'Sullivan was unanimously oleot
od to the position of editor-in-chiof
of tho Sombroro board t'ico B. W.
Thatcher, who has loft school.
Nearly a thousand now books
aro expected to arrivo at tho
Library by April 1. Many of
those will belong to tho depart
ment of English, and the often
expressed desire for somo more
novels will bo in part satisfied.
Vacation begins Friday morn
ing, March 29th, and lasts till
Tuosday morning, April 2d. Noxt
year wo will probably havo from
Friday ovoning till Monday
Tt might bo well to inform Homo
of the "ooting" of the univorsity
that the Nobraska J I all is lookod
up at (5 p. in. A young couplo
ale rathor a lato suppor tho other
ovoning ol this account.
Doano's elovon mon adapt thorn
solves woll to tho needs of their
college. Thoro aro olovon in thoir
glee club the same aggregation
that became obnoxious in tho vi
cinity of Twenty. third and M
utroets last fall.
Chas. Noal, who finished tho
law course at tho close of tho first
somostor, this yoar, is now a
mombor of tho law linn, Noal iv.
Noal," at Auburn, Nobraska, and
is doing vory woll. Tho othor
member of the linn is B. F. Neal,
U. of N. law, MM.
flared D. Smith, of tho class of
'89, has rocontly been appointed
assistant agrastologist in tho de
partment of agriculture at Wash
ington. This makes tho third ono
of Profossor Bessoy's specialists
who are in tho depart mon t of ag
riculture. Messrs. Wobor and
Woods aro the othor two.
A committee consisting of tho
commissioned officers of tho
'Varsity Riilos has boen ap
pointed to correspond with the
Omaha Guards and tho Thurston
Piiilos, with a viow of having com
petitive drills with thorn this
spring. This will bo a suro thing
if tho Light Infantry boys aro
"It's bad enough to bo com
pelled to drill throe yoars, work
all day Saturday oloaning guns,
havo ID percont takon off for each
unoxcuscd absence, and bo in
quired to purchase whito pants;
but when it comes to drilling ev
ery ovoning until 0:80," groaned
tho much abused Freshman as ho
arrived just too lato for supper,
"1 want to quit."
A second joint dobato has boon
arrangod between tho Woslovan
Univorsity and tho Union Boy's
Dobating club. Tho dobato is
sot for tho first woolc in May, and
tho question is Besolvod, "That
all such plants as oloctric light,
gas, streot railway, water works,
etc., should be ownod and con
trolled by tho city instoad of indi
viduals." The Union boys havo
Tho 'Varsity Biilos have com
menced drilling twico a week in
preparing for tho competitive drill
betweeu tho company and tho
Lincoln Light Infantry, to take
place about May first. Both
companies ore very oolivo in
thoir preparations, and tho drill
promises to bo quite an event in
univorsity annals. At tho last
meeting of the Riilos a commit
tee, consisting of tho commis
sioned officers was oloctod to make
such arrangements as aro possible
for a drill with tho Omaha Guards
and Thurston lliilos. Such events
servo to favorably advertise the
"Woll," said ex-ofiicer of Com
pany "B" as ho looked sadly up
and down tho hall for a vision
that did not appear, "I can stand
almost anything. I don't kick
whon I take one of tho girls in
tho Dramatic Club up to tho stage
door and wait a half an hour out
in tho rain whilo sho sorapoB tho
paint oil' her fair fnco. I don't
complain when her fiowors cost
mo throe dollars, or tho hack faro
tivo, but to havo to sit in the dross
circle and see a loose-jointed
youth twino his arm around my
best girl and then grin down at
mo os'if ho enjoyed it, it is carry
ing it too far. Tho dramatic fol
lows can take up thoir own stars.
But if I ever catch that ambling
duller there will bo a vacancy in
We do not Offer.
To give students or any other class of people special
discounts, but sell to all at the same low prices. We
invite you to our now store, 1235 to 1239 O Street,
and think we can please you.
Miller Sc Paine.
ESTEY & CAMP,
Pianos and Organs !
139 South 12th Street.
All the Newest and Most Popular Songs at the Lowest
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