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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1896)
ono month of agony yot.
fll.P U iKhtmi'B Uno of Htatlonory.
a ii. Thomas spont Humlny In Har-
Ti. n.-ilniiH nfo having tliolr ploturon
m1'' . , ,
yum ladles' "gym" exhibition
lnyD. . , ,
Ti. in-t 1'iwny in dully thomas la due
,.t Tiii-Htlny. a t .
jl,.m Schick, Policy niul Joci-H
,',.nr Sunday In Howard.
llnr llwilil lm roturnod from ft
,,i W'.kH' visit to OHCOOlll.
,MImm minting will spoilt!
1 stiii'l.O'H t her homo.
Our negligee Bhlrts aro tho latOBt,
neckwear; iiIho tho latest collars,
and hp e tlioin,
. bus liocn suffering from a
tin" past two wookH.
cinHtliin associations will give
, ml Honiutlmo this month.
Tlicrnln tho lsl wook has Interforod
ul:li teim' and bnsobull practice.
Tho Piillndlans arc arranging for
,,lelP t.) bo hold at Lincoln park.
(j,.,.i p- Klndlor has boon oloctod ns
!lst.ini innnanor of the baseball loam.
MW rnolil spout a part of lost weok
In ."lilui'l with her sick grandmother.
,r. ..r Sherman will give tho nn
.i.l.li ohh boforo t'io Y. M. C. A. thlfl
'-" . . .
"AJi" Weaver nnd Sid White oc-oui-i
! box at the democratic oon-
Mt Lulu Burrows, who has boon
i..i. lung at Tooumsjli, visited at homo
Th' class In art history hail an ex
amination Tuosday, something now for
A number of new specimens have
be, n n.lleoted by the class In prepara-
Professor Owens and Want luiuretn
.pent Saturday shooting on tho Platte
.Mr HII88 has left school for the re
mainder nf tho yonr, but Intends to re
turn net year.
Charlie Jones. Wlllnm King and nert
Coki,.." rode down to Ashland Sat-
Chancellor MnoLenn delivered a lec
tin, before the people of Randolph
V ,im dny nlKht.
Th. lovely nights last week caused
the library to take on a rather lone-
A number of the young lady riders
of th university held a bloomer party
l.it Tuesday evening.
c . Sbuff nnd Maurice Hyde have
be, -i ii, minted to the rank of corporals
in Hi- Pershing Hides.
Ll -l- and Ted Wilkinson have been
call ,1 to their home in Norfolk by the
ilea Mi of their mother.
I. Khton's prices on stationery are
rea .n.iblc. See what they have to offer,
-'"' South Eleventh.
Phi Kappa Psl fraternity will
hi informal party tomorrow ovon-
their chapter house.
Th iv is some prospoot that the game
of I ak-t ball will bo Introduced Into
the KMiinaslum next year.
I'i. .feasor Wolfe's psychology classes
are ii, iw struggling with their papers
on "Illusions" and "Dreams'
Th- 'gym" girls wero never quite so
Popular as now. "Gym" exhibition
tick, ts me. in iiomand, you know.
A number of tho Phi Kappa Psl fra
ternity went down to Ashland Friday
night and attendod a leap year dance.
Mi and Mrs. Dr. Ladd will enter
tain the Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity
nil their young gentlemon frlonds this
P- E. Strain, who has been seriously
111 for several weeks, has Improved so
iiuieli that he was able to go home
Will Haywood returned from his
home in Nobraska City this week,
where ho was called by the Illness of
The Ewlng Clothing company have
Jum received tho very latest styloB In
Wnltor Morrow, formerly of the uni
versity but now of Atlanta, Cla was
thu guost of the Phi Kappa Psl fra
ternity this wook.
Dr. Wolcott asslstod In conducting
tho program of the fourth mooting of
the Lancaster County Toaohors' asso
ciation on Mny 2.
Already tho enthusiasm of compotl
tlvo drill la rousing tho cadotn. Extra
drill tlmo will be put In noxt wook In
preparation for the event.
The European class In middle ngas
hns comniuiiod Its paper for tho som
aeter. It will bo In tho form of a story
Illustrative of monastic life.
The sclontlflo students, especially
thoso of tho department of botany, ofo
planning to go to Weoplng Wator to
collect specimens next wook.
Somo one loft a window open In the
history seminar loom Monday ovonlng.
The wind blow In and smashed tho
heavy, frosted glass In tho transom.
You will llnd tho Lincoln Krnino and
Art company at 212 South Elovonth
street uftor today. Got that football
plcturo framed bofoio college closes.
-.mms ..t.o inoqu .toj pn3uu,uv nal
o.mi Botuua Ua ltiti JO mum lH
-.10AUU JIJ tt. .tuniif u Xuitl oj .up.ui
-?ug -utiutuo ol cfl . unioi un oLb
Tho Ladles' Fnculty club will give a
reception to students on Saturday
ovonlng at the home of Mrs. E. Z.T. Hall,
1020 D street. AH studeP's aro Invited.
The PI Bota Phi fraternity enter
tained a very select number of their
gontlomen friends at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Morrill last Saturday even
ing. At 1214 O street you will llnd Hny
den's photograph gallery. We aro
ready to handle tho rush at the close of
the college year. Examine some of our
Professor Harbour gave an Instruc
tive and Interesting address before the
Microscope club last Wednesday even
ing on the use of various kinds of
Miss Kathenno Morrissoy was given
a reception Wednesday ovonlng at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sawyer be
fore leaving for California, where she
rrofessor Fling is going to give his
freshman history students nn extra
fifth credit for finishing the history
papers which cannot be done before
The graduate club held a meeting
Friday afternoon. A constitution was
adopted and plans lnld for the forma
tion of clubs In the dfflorent depart
ments of work.
The Alpha Tau chapter of Beta
Theta Pi gives Its third annual ball at
the home of Ernest C. Amos, South
Twentieth and Sumner streets, on Fri
day evening, May S.
A luckless freshman In "cribbing"
his essay, happened to strike an un
signed article which had been written
by the Instructor. He Is not now wear
ing his accustomed smile.
Do you know that headache may be
causod from trouble with your eyes?
Better consult a specialist. Dr. II. M.
Belts, room 32, Richards block. Hours,
2 to 5 p. m. Examination free.
R. S. Baker encountered Bill Dech
at the Social Science elub Sunday night.
Xolthor ono was satlsllod and nrrange
monts are now being made for a Joint
debate botwuen the two statosmen.
Tho greatest bargain sale on late
style spring suits Is at the Ewlng Cloth
ing company's; the $7.50 and $10 suits
they are offering this week aro the best
values ever bofore offered In Lincoln.
Tho Palladlan boys will glvo their
special program May 1G it was post
poned a week on account of tho Kan-sas-Nobraska
debate. All tho literary
societies will suspend exorcises this
Did It over occur to ou, when you
wore talking to a friend In tho library,
that the follow opposite was fooling
exactly as you felt when ho wns talk
ing to a frlond and you were trying
Prof. A, C. Klffor, special agent of
the agricultural department at Wash
ington, has boen superintending the
planting of trees at tho state farm for
sovoial days. Ho loft Wednesday for
Tho dopartmont of botany hns re
cently received a specimen of tho now
kind of cottonwood, which Is found In
the wofitern pnrt of the state, It was
discovered sometime ago by Mr. R!d
burg, but It hns not yot been fully do-
"Willie wr.fl not plnylng In front
tho houfio ns usual. Tho father iuIbooc
the usual kiss and "Hollo, papal I'w
glad you've como."
Ho ascended tho stops. Ho saw
whlto crano on tho door boll. Ho rcolod
and gimpod for breath, and saw nothing
but mist. Then recovering himself, h(
opened tho doof, nnd with moist oyo
entered tho hotttio.
What wns It ho saw? Was It Willie'.
Yen, It wns his little son who merrll
"April Fool, papa; April Fool!" Ami
pnpa didn't do -, thing to Willie S. R
Egor In New York World.
MILLER & PAINE,
1235 to I239 O St
SHE DID IT.
Jeweler, Optician, and Engraver.
vVATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
JEWELRY, ETC., ETC.
Ail goods sold ongrnvod free of chnrgo, mid no chnrgo nmdo for oxnmiuitm
1 1 43 O Street.
Wlmt Ho Wn hi'iit for, Thotiuli
What lln Imported.
Ho wns young nnd enthusiastic, anc
ho lovod hor to distraction.
"If I could but servo you," ho snltl
to tho object of his adoration, "I would
indeed bo tho happiest of mortals. Com.
And tho damsel blushed and said
"Stay hero a moment nnd I will give
you a noto to tao to n friend. You
will bring back n package," and she
smiled, oh! so sweetly, as she gllied
from tho room,
She returned In a few moments and
hnntled him the prcclou3 message.
Away ho Hew. Distance was no oh'
Ject to him. Ho reached his destination.
The letter wan opened and roturnod
with tho rcmnrk that tho package ho
wns to fetch was at another remote
part of tho town.
Ho flow thorn, only to bo referred to
the sergeant of police, at tho nearest
station. The norgcant rend tho mes
sr.go nnd directed him to another
official, who in his turn sent tho young
man four miles out of tho city. But tho
elusive packago was not to bo found.
Ono sent him to Brooklyn, another
to Jersey City, until nt length, weary,
footsore nnd unable to go further, ho
sunk upon a doorstop and tearing open
tho mlsslvo read these words:
"Send tho fool further."
Tho dawn of April 2 was brenking.
New York Journal.
Cigurs and Nows,
11107 0 ritroet.
la tho Propeu Plage to got your Moals.
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
ALL YOUR FELLOW STUDENTS DOA.tD HERE.
1130 N ST. A. G. OSMER, PROP.
I RIPANS I
ONU GIVES ItELinF,
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CHARLES B. GREGORY,
Dealer in all kinds of
Office, 1100 0 Street
Yards, 14th & Y Sts,
Nos. 343 & 345.
Tabor Teal says ho Is going to strike
for 'better wages. He earns $2.50 per
month looking after the B. & M. rain
gauge. Ho says that Is not enough to
pay for the kind of weather ho Is dls.
Tho Ewlng Clothing company aro
showing summer underwear In soft
balbrlggans from 25c up; tihe finest lino
of negligee shirts In the city will bo
found in their furnishing goods department.
A Hood Ono on Mr. ninnk.
Tho host April-fool joke of recent
times was played on a Chicago commis
sion merchant a few years ago. Chi
cago commission merchants are not al
.vayi good natured and Mr. DIank was
no exception to tho rule. In fact, ho
was unusually gruff, and was never
known to take a Joke as such. That la
probably tho reason that ho was a fav
orite mark for tho practical joker. On
March 31 ono of his friends caused the
following ad to appear in tho columns
of a Chicago paper the following morn
ing: Wanted Fifty Maltese cats at once.
Highest prices paid. Bring them along.
Blank, Commission Merchant, S. Wa
When Mr. Blank arrived at his storo
ho was surprised to see a lino of boys
in front of his Btoro each with a cat
under his arm. When ho learned what
it was all about ho became a verltablo
madman. It was many weeks before
ho recovered hla composure
133 SoUth 12 Si
Calls special attention of the readers of
The Nebraskan, to the fact that they can gst
the best and cheapest meals there of any
place in the city. A square meal 15 cents
Short orders at all hours. 1 0 Per cent off on
L C. Holaday, Prop,
Burlington's personally conducted
excursions to Utah and California. A
Pullman tourist sleeping car will leave
Lincoln every Thursday at 12:15 .p.
m. for Denver, Salt Lake, Ogdon, San
Francisco and Los Angolcs. Only $5
for a double 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
office, corner Tenth and O streets.
G. W. Bonnell, C, P. & T. A.
O. O. QUIGQ-LE,
327-331 North Twelfth St,
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