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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1896)
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Wouldn't it bo a nloo plan for ovory
oxqhange editor to take special pains
to Impress upon his successor 'the fact
that (the Hlgmlfloaftt land su&gostlvo,
but somewhat stale Wilt of literature,
btginnlntr "Freshman; Comedy of Er
rors," etc., e)tc, etc., hod already been
printed In the exchange column of col
lege papors many hundred times in
past years? Wealeyan Argus. So say
we all of us. There is a long list of
them and the succeeding exchnnge
editor would do well If he becomes ac
ciualnited with them.
You will find good warm underwear
at the very lowest prices at the Ewlng
Clothing Co., 1115-1117 O street.
Tho Doan Hold Up.
Monday night at tho awful horn of
midnight our own Dean Gardner was
hold up and robbed, Ho was comma
from Nil Young's, where ho had Invent
ed G cents In chango for three stoglcH,
when iho was rudely accosted by nine or
eleven black-hearted ruillann with
knivefl between their teeth and bloody
rags around their heads, etc.. who
yelled In one volco ithat he wns to glvo
them his valuables or ihis life. They
also Insinuated (that ilf 'ho was not
quick about choosing (ho might be de
prived of both. Dean wanted to lntlmi
duito them by telling them of the tlmo
ho knocked out an Omaha prize lighter
after his wrist was broken, but he saw
jrtCf I 7-7 .I,,
"Tills Is no football game, Wllllv."
ho didn't have time, so he buttoned his
coat. Tho llrst six or seven he felled
with blows of hla list and ho probably
would have ex'ternvlnated the whole
tribe If his foot hadn't slipped while he
was trying to kick three of them into
submission. As he slipped one of the
shag-haired villains picked up a wagon
tongue and hit him on tho head Just
above the phrenological bump of self
esteem, while another placed a short
gun under his left ear. They robbed
him of some small change, Uie family
horse pistol, a large chrysanthemum, a
red chip and two of his newly bought
stogies. Fortunately ithey did not take
any of 'his medals for athletic honors.
A Cold Wave.
A PSYCHE KNOT.
I formed a strong friendship platonlc
With a maiden most cultured and fair,
Her beauty was startling and rare,
Her manner, in French, debonnalre.
But her prlncliwl claim waB her hair.
I 'told her her wit was t. tonlo
' To my mind dulled by wearisome
Of her wisdom I needed a share,
What thought she of Spencer and
But aside, then, I muttered, "Such
I know not what demon satanlc
Conveyed tho faint sound through the
But she rose with a choleric stare,
And glared with glowering glare,
And savagely screamed, "Do you
And our strong, lasting friendship pla
tonlc She busted right off then and there
And loft mo collapsed by the scare
Seatod alone In my chair
Gazing sUll at her vanishing hair.
In Soptembor a revolution In college
newspaper work was inaugurated by
the appearance of "Tho University
Monitor" and a "now tree had been
planted In the field of journalism."
It seema that the continued drought In
financial circles has withered 'tho leaves
and the hole which was excavated for
the Insertion of said tree still remains
unfilled In tho shape of numerous
printers bills. E. McNeaJ, the prime
mover In the enterprise, has left col-
lege.so from all appearances "Tho Unl-
vorslty Monitor," afiter a, pUold and
brief career has ceased to exist. Poor
Judgment and inexperience in Ithe -Vuik
are .the causes assigned for J& failure.
Iloating tho Library.
Tho system of heating and ventila
tion In itlio now library building 1 of
dho moat modern tyiw of construction.
With tho oxcoivtion of tho now Crolgh
ton 'theatro tit Omahn, It 1b tho only
oxaiuplo of Its kind In Nebraska. It
.la called tho Indirect stoiun or
plenum heating system.
In tho basoinont of tho building Ifl
tho plonum ohombor. It is of flro proof
construction. In this chamber, which
1b about twolvo feet square, Is placed
tho apparatus for supplying fresh air
and heat for tho entire building. This
apparatus consists ot sovon largo
wroughit-lron radiators, each having
300 square fcot of rod luting Burfaco; a
disc fan ilvo foot In dlamotor, and a
ton-liorao power electric motor.
Tho steam 1b gononvtcd at tho power
honso by a ono hundred-horso power
boiler. It Is led through sovon hun
dred foot of olcht Inch plpo to tho
building and enters tho radiating colls
In tho plenum chamber. Hero tho
frosh air Js brought In contact with tho
colls and thon forced on to tho various
rooms In tho building.
leading from tho plenum chamber
and branching to various points under
tho basement lloor arc tunnels In tho
earth built of brick and terra cottn.
They vary tin slzo from four fcot to ono
foot square. These tunnels are con
nected with itho various rooms by Hues
constructed of flro clay. Tho tunnols
aro In ttwo compartments, ono supply
ing tempered air and tho other hot air
to tho rooms. Tiho amount of tempered
or hot air entering each room ds regu
lated by hot air registers at itho termi
nation of tho flues. Chains connected
with iron dampars aro suitably placed
so that air from cither chamber may
bo had at will.
The fresh air Is drawn down a shaft
from abovo tho building by tho fan
which makes four hundred and flt'ty
revolutions each minute, and delivers
ono million cubic foot of fresh air iu;o
tho building ovory hour. This is suill
clont to rcplaco tho air In each room
every twenty minutes. Impure air is
conducted from the rooms to tho attic
through flro clay Hues tuul then
through sheet iron cyclindera to a
cham uor which contains another fan
litty inches in dlamotor and turned by
a isoven and a half-horse power clcctr.c
motor. l'Tom this chamber Uie toul
air is forced out abovo tho building.
Tho fan in the attic is also capaolo
of delivering nearly ono million cubic
foot oi air each nour, whicn u draws
mrough tho ventilating flues from tho
rooms. Ordinarily cither tan alono is
sulllcient to ventilate -mo building, but
on damp days, or whoa the rooms are
ciowdeu .with people it may bo neces
sary to run both. Itio intention is to
uso tho plenum tan alono In tho winter
and the attic fan in summer.
This is not claimed to bo an economic
syatem as compared with tho ordinary
method of steam boating, but it secures
IMsrfeot ventilation, wnlch more than
justlllos Its expense.
Tho cost for coal, electric current
and nocossary attendance for both
heating and ventilation will not ex
ceed $10 per day in winter, and in
summer It will probably bo about one
half of that amouut. Tho current for
running tho motor is at present sup
plied by tho Lincoln Street Railway
and Power company, but it is tho in
tention of tho university authorities to
uso tholr own plant soon.
F0R The Latest Hair Cul
THEY SAY WE'RE ALL RIGHT. S. E. Cor. 12th & 0,
Scott & Shannon.
HAS BEEN RE-OPENED bY
ii i jl i
121 North Eleventh Street.
THE MOST CONVENIENT I'l.ACK KMK STID1 Nrs
'OPEN ALL NIGHT.-J
Oysters and ame in Season.
SHORT ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
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"NO f l-r4-no "-
Cor. 14th & IYI
OPEN AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT.
SULPHO-SALINE BATH HOUSE AND SANITARIUM
''!?fUw.8m?rV. .n.AIl,,SmT."r.'iJ,'.l'.,.,5u"il?.n' ,,0,nnn- 1-lcctrlc. wllh Fpcclnl attention to tlio nppll.
ot NATUKAI. hAl.T WATUll I1ATIIS. oTcrnl thn.n Btrnnirrr tlmn Heft water, tor tho Am
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o uicitinnuiini.M-ivoiMillinpiiirieH. nml many other illMnnoH. Tim llnth MmiNnU tim mnt ...m
uriu jm u.viiiimi may mi enjojvil ut nil i
nloto In urn
ntcr SwImmlDK Tool, COxltO Ioiik. :
flpfiMiim In nut Inrcrn. ntni.fiifli'.iit Kntt
to 10 tt ileep, hoatod to n uniform tomiieriituro of Ml ilcgm-t
226 So. 1 1th St. Ground Floor.
Special Kates to Stubents.
FREY & FREY,
Funko Opera House J-look, Corner 0
and 12th Street.
Wo ro lorevs Browora and keep a
supply of choico rosos, carnations, vio
lets and all llowers in season. Orders
for larf?o palm decorations and funeral
deslgiiB filled on short notice. Glvo us
HE PANTS FOR FAME.
A student in ono or tho small fry
schools near town was recently sus
pended for writing tho following essay
on pants: "Pants aro llko molasses,
ithlnnor in summer than in winter.
Don't go to tho pantry for pants, you
might bo mistaken. Tho man in tho
moon changes his panta during tho
eclipse. When a man juits for a wom
an and a woman pants for a man,
thoy aro a pair ofpants. Such pants
make foroechea of promise. Good pants
aro made in Pennsylvania. There is
somo discussion whether pants is
singular or plural. Seems to mo when
a man wears pants ithoy aro plural and
wUuan a woman wears them it is singu
lar. A man may go on a tear in his
pants and its all right, hut if his pants
go on a tear, ,Its all the other thing."
Best quality regulation whlto cadet
1115 P Street, Lincoln
CARDS, PROGRAMS, IN-VI-ATIONS
J. 11. Wright, F. E. Johnson, J. II. McClay,
President. Vice-President. Cashier.
John Amiis, Ass't Cashier.
Columbia Natl Bank,,
A. S. Raymond, Chas. West, Thos. Cochran
IF YOU KNOW.
that I have
for half soling in tlio neatest stylo,
the latest point shoes and up-to-date
styles, it would pay you to bring all
your shoe repair work to 100 South 18th
st. All work guaranteed. J, III
The Funko Opera House Block
is tho place to get your Choice Ameri
cn Ueauty and Ttoses of any shade.
Carnations and nil floral work guaran
teed. Decorations a specialty.
FREY & FREY,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
C A. SHOEMAKER, M.D.,
(U. OP N., 80.)
Office, No. 1134 I St., Ground Floor
HOURS, 7 TO O A.M.; 1 TO 3
AND 7 TO O P M.
Telephone flRK. - T
gloves aro i o at tZZ, n, T ? Ew,nff C,oth,n company aro tho
Bioves aro loo at tho Bwing Clothing popular priced clothiers of Lincoln. A
co., ins and 1117 o. call will convince you. 1115 and 1117 O.
Auburn, Falls City,
Atchison, St. Joseph,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1201 0 Streot.
H. O, TOWHSEHD, Oea'l P. ft T. A.
r. n. GOKJruni,, o. p. & t. a
H, W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
And a Complete Stock ot
Standard and Miscellaneous Books
217 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
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