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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1896)
MIhh Kdllh IjiiIiIh'OU Wiih on din Hloli
IlHl IllHt W(Hl(.
M'Ihh MilolUy JnllU'll -till HIllOtlH IllHt
Krliiny I'Vfiiliur. t
mii Cnni)))c1l Imui rotiinii'il for lli
rii-niw Hltoild will H)0iu1 fiuncliiy with
liln ihiiCoiUh In Anlrluiiil.
Thorp Ih tnllc of a oIidhh club bolnn
M-m'-tl III tlio imlvoivlty,
lii'Viillnnul inoolliiK, Dolliui hull, 7i:tfl
p, in, Httivo J. Coroy, UNulor.
TlH'i'i' nri' nimni'H of now k'i'Ih' fm-
i itliv ildtippoir liufnmloiiK.
rit.- Viiwlty UIIIoh n ro 'thinking of
i M.nir a tliuuo lioforu long,
ImlKc lfawoolt loolurod ito tho law
Ihh Tiuwlny on "Inmuvuiuo."
m;kk Mho Mount of Omiilin Iiiih buen
i In- Kin-Hi if Mlu Altoo Bliiuglvtor.
OlmrliH WodUh Omtl t'lui "grip" hint
wi'i'k ivnd wiih nlmpiit from oIuhho.
Tlu IOiikIIhIi club will moot tomorrow
vi'iiliifT with Nod AbbfVtt ut tliu lutylum.
Fnink Mlllor 'litis boon nlolc for tho
imut two woolH with Mm itynhold Tovor.
llciml In tliu Co-op., "Say, I AVnnt
i)iu of TIioho liomilo 'Jrainblo HiihIioh."
'I'lii- fol'owlng program woh obnorvuil
iIi!h wpolc by 't'liu rcllg-loiiHTy Inollnuil:
Profoiwor: Wo am Kcil't.tncr through
il. In vi-ry Hlowly. Mr. HmUy tmiiHlati
Tlu ndlatiH aro mining funcln to buy
a new earnest for tlio rostrum In tholr
MIbhw MHIh and Seollold. nnd C. .1.
Allen Jolnod I'ho DollaiiM lat Friday
10. 10. OiiIvoHh HWTerlng with a foyor
ami will probably not Ins back la .school
th l.i year.
MIhh 1211a lA'Onard Iinivoh "tho unl
vi'fwiity HiIh week 'to take a school north
of tin city.
Homo of tho HClonllDo claraeH havo
b t'li holding one hchkIoii oxam.s In tho
Tho ehiKAcH In European htotory aro
wrestling with tholr regular oml-an-
MIhhoh Shank and Hutlor, and Mr.
Pad well Joined tho PallmllnnH lant Prl
Andloy Reosuor, who many romombor
lasJt year, Ih teaching a miccosHful school
at Mollnc, Nob.
Charley Harbor has boon confined to
his room for the past itwo weeks on
.iceinint of sickness.
Tho Palladlans will give a party Sat
urday evening at the 'homo of Mis-
Tho Dellans have organized a quar
tet. A mooting was held for practice
Miss Stella Kirkor will entertain a
number of her friends 'tomorrow even
ing at progressive hearts. -
Harry Mlllor, a former studon't of the
university, tiled Tuesday morning at
hl home In West Point, Neb.
Dr. Hessoy was In Woodbine, In,, tho
fori' pant of the week attending tho
funonal of one of his relatives.
loleotlvofl will bo offered In tho unl-
MM-ity next aemestor in Hebrew and
a Ktudy of itho Hebrew prospects.
The Lincoln hdtel will be decorated
fr Uie Junior prom, by 'the different
oiKanizations In the university.
Miss Dora Aunvan will tako ohargu
of itshe work whloh Miss Boose 'has been
doing in itho English department.
Kverylwdy Is looking fonvard'to wilnd
'w? up tho first BemosteT with a big
time at tho company "D" hop tonight.
Tho university band will furnish mu
Rlc for tho chancellor's reception, which
s to bo bold Friday evening, Febru
Tho joint recoptilon of itho Y. W. and
Y. M, C. A. will be held 'in two weeks
from Saturday In tho conservatory of
Tho friends of Miss Maud Trlplott
Mil bo pleased to learn of her success
113 a musician in her now home at
T. c. Martin Is to glvo an illustrated
'ectu.ro on "Tho Nfagra Falls" Fobru.
Hmlticnil Prison on nil Wlnlnr Ololli
ary 111 it t the Futike, TIHicIs will be
secured fnnn Itevignu.
It may t't b realized, bu't It Ih a
fiiot never ilbe lew, itlvat two-thirds of
itho Hoob'ty oventH of Lincoln aro given
by unlvornlty Htudontfl,
The llagonow choir, conipoHod mostly
of vocal HluduntH 'In tho onsorvviitory,
fiirnlHhud uiuslout the UnlveriiallHt con
cort laHl Hunday afternoon.
MIhh IIooho loft Thursday for Falln
City to iiuuupl a portlitlon In the Falls
City 'high Hohool. The many friends of
MIhh Hwmu wIhIi hor huoophr.
Dr. Whlto had an explosion of some
Htilphurlu aold last week, The doutor
tlilukH thalt ho got away fontuuatoly
with the Iohh of a stilt of ulolhos.
Tito Y. W. C. A. glrlH havo tholr room
flxod up and It Ih '.mloed very tantlly
decoratod. The Y, W mid i. M. C. A.
eadh havo rooms In itbo building now.
iOvery drill night tho cavalry troop
drills regularly. Monday thuy rolo out
on tho opon north of town, and woro
given some praotlo.il ilUHtruotlons by
Thursday (liny of prmyur for col
leges; huim'Iho pmyor mooting, 0 o'clock;
mvoiulny in-ayor inuetlng, is nt De
Ihvn hall, M'Ihh Taylor, International
Tho I'allatUan lltorary sooloty will
give a "new members" pjgmm lit
about two weeks. Arrangements aro
now being made (and further announce
ment will be given later.
The elephant clans, known u KngllHh
il, Ih a "goner." .Neatly half the mom
bo rw wmi1 taking I ho work but for
one semester and the class will now
shrink down to rogulatdon size.
10 very student should (wit aside one
hour a day 'to general reading, wither
the current magazines or some stand
ard book, it is part of the student's
education, a pat't generally neglected.
During tho past week Wie cavalry
troop has grown very much. If Lieu
tenant Hershlng should look around
school nowadays bo would llnU more
than enough good horses for u caval'.y
Tho musical Interest In tho literary
soolety seems ito bo growing. ICach so
ciety now has a male quartet. With
so much competition and so many good
voices we ought to havo some choice
GomiKvnlcB li and C were dismissed
Friday night, and A and D drilled In
the armory. Monday nlgh't tho order
was 'reversed, and the big follows were
permitted to go home and use the hour
Some freshman in search of a theme
subject might make Interesting read
ing of a paper on ''the different clubs
and organizations hi the university.
The NubiMtHkan would bo glad to print
such an article.
There was a largo crowd 'In tho chapel
Sunday afternoon ito hear Evangelist
Hozcllo speak on "The Man Without a
Country." After the address the
Christian associations hnxl a joint mis
Dr. A. It. Mitchell lectured to tho
medical students Wednesday evening
on tho subject of "Dislocations." Tho
medics are working up a good lecture
course and are full of the energy and
enthusiasm that makes things go,
The law students 'have boon coming
in for tholr share of the agony ithls
week. LIko tho other mortals here,
thoy havo had exams. It might bo well
to mid that, notwithstanding the recent
"hold up" Dean Gardner passed a
The Political Economy club mot last
Friday afternoon and elected the fol
lowing oillcors: President, J, W. Sear
son; vice-president, Miss Shlvloy; sec
retary and treasurer, H. E. Wilson;
executive committee, B. W. Wilson, P..
P. Teelo and Miss Tayloj.V
Tho Phi Kappa Psl liafl itho pleasure
of entertaining Hon. I. C. Little of
Topeka, Kas., this week. Mr. Little
waa recently president of tho grand
chapiter of tho Phi Kappa Psi f ra'teml'ty.
Ho has just returned from Egypt, where
ho was sent as speolaJl onvoy of tho
United States government.
Tho second number of the Nebraska
Literary Magazine will appear in a
few days. It will vary from tho recent
number In, that H largely consists of
tho work and productions of "homo
talent." II will be full of KOod thing
mid ivwy Htiident owph it to ililntHol.
mid to tlio uiilvoi'Hlty lo buy at loast
lOwloy & Camp get all the latest and
Hpiibur miiHle as kooii mh il Is published.
Itoninmbor thwt FrntmlH Him havo ro
opened the CnplUiil Cafe, 'i North
ICIovonlth street, Bhoi't order niealfi am
Host: regulation while outlet glovon
lOo tut tho lowing Clothing company,
111R-1117 0 street.
Clot lltitod oult in gouts' furnishings
at Itho lowing Clothing company bo
fore tho Junior prom,
Tho uomploto edition of "Hpflldo tho
Ikiunlo Ilrlnr IIiihIi" in cuuls. IIoi'ikiN
Hliulmor'H book tlopnrlntfliit.
Tho fluent lino of droHH HhlrtH and
nock wonr at tho lowing Clothing com
pnny'H, prleoH'Uint will suit your pookot-
A full lino of itypowrltor supplies at
the Smith (Prom lor olllco, liin South
Wlovdn'th Htreot. Tol. ll.'l. 0. W. lOokor-
Four good mon aro employed at Con
HhttJicor's harbor shop, 1010 O Htreot,
where you get the cleanest shavo and
neatest hair cult.
Havo you soon tho now model No, 2
Bin It'll Premier 'typewriter? It not call
In n.t inn South IOIovonth sfcot and
examine It. C. W. Eckonnan agent.
If you nre going to tho Junior prom,
don't neglect your footwear, 2R per
conlt olt on all shoos, Including patent
leathers. .Sanderson, Shurman &
It. S. Bakor, George Lehmer nnd F.
S. Phllbrlek -havo been appointed the
com ml t tee to negotiate for the estab
lishment of nit interstate oratorical
league, reeoniini'iided at tho last meet
ing of tho tvssoclallon.
Tho university chorus under tho dl
reotlon of Mrs. P. V. M. Raymond sang
for tho llrst tlmo last night tho now
"Inaugural Hymn," written for tho in
auguration of Chancellor Goorgo 10.
MaoLcan. The music Is by Wlllard
Kimball of the university school of
music and the words by William Heed
Dunroy. The hymn is dedicated to the
chancellor and will" bo sung by the
chorus at his Inauguration.
The committee of sergeants of com
pany have rocolved their programs,
which havo been pi luted with their
characteristic uniqueness this yonr..Tho
company's colors and olllcial badge
adorns the front cover with the dances
inside, each dance being named from
the different captains of company "B."
The back cover gives tho names of tho
committee, which is composed of the
sergeants of the company.
Tho Lincoln news agency, headquar
ters for news, magazines and novels.
Ilarpor'a Century, Munsoy's, Scrlbner's,
Cosmopolitan and other periodicals al
ways In stock. N. 10. corner Eleventh
and O streets, Richard block, J. E.
Burlington's personally conducted
excursions to Utah and California. A
Pullman tourist sleeping car will leave
Lincoln every Thursday at 12:1C .p.
m. for Denver, Salt Lake, Ogdon, San
Francisco and Los Angeles. Only $5
for a doublo berth Lincoln to Los An
geles in one of these cars. Remember
there Is no change of cars. For full In
formation and tickets apply at Bur
lington & Missouri depot or city ticket
olllce, corner Tenth and O streets.
a. W. Bonnell, C. P. & T. A.
At 53d. Yoting'.s, the bust variety,
Hud nows nnd cigars, 1201 O strout.
A Dnngorcyii Topic
Last night at one of tho negro
churches In Atlanta the preacher, who
Is visiting In tho city, was painting a
picture of tho fires of hell with all tho
vehomenco of his rugged oratory. Sud
denly a brother In tho amen cornor
aroso and said, "Passon, If yer keep or
talking 'bout fire on such a cold night
like dls I'zo feared ov'y ono of deso hero
nlggors will bo a-wantln tor go to perdi
tion." Atlanta Journal.
A Good Match
Old Lady Then you are not mar
ried? Modern Miss No, Indeed. I am ono of
tho bachelor girls you hear about so
much nowadays havo a profession,
rooms of my own, and dine at tho club,
Old Lady Ah, I see. You must lot
mo introduce you to my diar son who
lives with me. Ho is ono of the old
maid men, you know.
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