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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1896)
LOCA L S.
KrncBt WlKKOiiHoni vIhIIoiI Ashland
Inat ITWny. , ,
vfMlorllcW, tl.o bnrlKT. Huh ilono work
H jiIrcIow. '" "f m,r nlumnl, Ih
.upcrln'tculont of thAHndun schools
Messrs Collott, Htubblns and Christie
,pont Inst Saturday and Sunday In Om
ftbn. rimticcllor Maclean dullvorod un 'iul
dirt before tho V. W. C. A, Krl.lny nf
tcrnoon. , , ,
John Bclmfer of Tokunmh a formur stu
dent. Iilfl ,l0on v,H,l,"B ,ll,,v0,'Hl,y rrl,",H
ihlwcoU. t , ,
llcn Ooiwdnn's imnmtM visited lilm
jurlni? tl' Hessian (,r t,' n,' 1(!l,t"-h
Hnvo your tonmirlul work tlono at Ww
IcrncM'H. You will Kit tho latest Htyl
0f imlr cut there.
About forty havo roKlstori'd for thu
preliminary debates, which will ouuur
the mlildlf of tho montli.
lanslmucr tho popular bnrbnr Is lopnt
at 1022 O Htrcot. Ho omployH tho host
artists of any shop In tho city.
Miss lMlth Abbott, toucher of inutile
miitlcs In tho Grand Island IiIkIi school,
visited tho university Saturday.
Tho V. M. C. A. (luartot expects to mnko
Its nnienrnnco soon, probably nl thu next
devotional mooting of tho association.
Tho Dfllnn qtinrtpt, which vrnn so pop
ular In musical clrok-s of tho univer
sity Innt yrnr, has boon reorganised.
I. S. Cutter, formurly ")', visited hlw
Mends at tho university for a fow hours
Saturday. Ho Is teaching now at Hum
bolt. LclKhton's 1213 O strcot-Tho best stock
ot stationery and school supplies In tho
state, wholcsalo and retail. Call nnd get
A. S. IlanllnK delivered a lecturo before
the Seward count teachers' association,
at Scwnrd Nebr., on tho mothods of his
The graduato seminar In American his
tory is having a vary Interesting tlmu In
Investigating sclentlilcally tho so-called
crime of '73.
Ilcrtha l'lnkcrton '!.", was shakliiK
hniuls with her many friends hero on
Friday. Sho Is assistant principal of tho
Blair high school.
The fraternity men of tho university,
will llnd Hint Westerllold does tho right
kind of Uhi-mi tii 1 work at his shop. 107
North Tlilihi'inli street.
A. 1). I Im limn '!; Is lining a pulpit at
D.ivld I'll j Nebr. Ho says that his work
Is pH'iisiiut mill that ho has plenty of
opporliiultli-H to do good work.
Tho i. I1..1,., .,il tho U. II. D. C. havo
atljouriuil in uttt-nd thu Pnllndlan celo
br.itlon. .is they feel it Is as much a
tinlvirnli ,is a l'alladlan affair.
Tho .NYliinxkan acknowledges tho fa-
or of Mr I. c Smith for tho excellent
article on the additional books In tho
library M, h appears In tho Issue.
Tho ei,is in iCuropean history 1, num
Its now .iiimit 120 students, and nil
fcem vci interested In tho work under
the Mi)crsii of Professor Fling.
After rii.ii.. last Friday morning, Pro
fessors Kimliall and Hodgman gavo a
'hort talk In which they advised stu
IfntK to r.KiHter for choral woik.
The Y. M i A. will havu no meotltm
"xt S.ituidny afternoon on account oh
ihe ('hrlHttun Kndeavor convention which
lll be in Hcsslon In tho city at that time.
Tho I'xnlilnntlon for entrance to tho gleo
dub will be iiold Saturday. Kvoryone who
"links ho lias a possible show is Invitat.
! to muse his appearanco and try for
M. I'oiinrd !, Ih n candldato for
'he Nebraska state loglslaturo from Cass
J"nty. His prospects aro unqunlllledl
, favor ot ' oleetlon by an overwhelm-
ou can buy load pencils, for drawing
u ordinary use; noto books otc, at about
' lho Prlco you pay olsowhoro, by pat
on lng tho book department of Hcrpol
8nelmor and Co.
E' M. Short formerly of tho class of
'. has boon elected principal of tho
J001" ot Nelson Nebr. Ho Is rapidly
Promoting tho work there and will bo a
creait tho university.
tJ1)0 Y' M' C" Al mllon Htudy class will
!! ro,rmcd Saturday at 11 o'clock a. m.
ne hlogrnphles of tho four Brcat mls-
'onark-g, judBOni Duffj MoKny nnd Mo.
. win rorm tho courso of study this
I iilltinllnii In tulle III) tills U'iul( will lin
welcomed Into the class,
Tho Maxwell club reorganized last Sat
urday night. Cl. J I. Hlssor was elected
president, H. W. Wilson, vice-president,
J. II. Bteutevlllo secretary and W. II.
Miller sergeant-it l-urmn.
Miss Alvu Dempster formerly of 'lid,
and Miss Myrtle Wheeler '00, tiro pro
gressing tlnely In their work us princi
pal nnd assistant principal respectively
of tho Dundee III, high school,
J. V. Chabtree, who was roeontl
elected principal of tho Heatrlco high
school reports work progressing finely nl
though he will bo obliged to ccasu his
labors at tho university for tho time being,
Tho cadets will bo Instructed In tho
new manual of arms Monday October 10.
This Is rather uarllur than was ex
pected, but to tho now cadets It will be
a relief from the tiresome setting up ex
At a meeting of tho "Sound Money"
club Thursday, it ehalleugu from the
Hryan club wits accepted, tho result of
which will be two debates In tho near
ruture. A Aiuuinioy glee cluii wan or-
Tho Union Hoys will discuss tho (pies
Hon: ltesolved that a university pro
fessor should not participate actively In
national politics. A lively tlmo Is as
sured as thu d'scusslon Is based on thu
Tho October number of tho Clack book
with Its dainty paper cover of bluu and
white Is out. In Its table of contents two
Nebraska names aro to bo found; they
are thoso of Kiln W. 1'eattlo and William
II. W. Qunlntnnco 'IHJ reports that his
work as professor In charge of the com
mercial department of tho Mondota col
lege, 111., Is furnishing him with plenty
to do and work that Is pleasant us well
Tho Co-Op. haH secured some very neat
university lotter head pnpor this year
with envelopes to match. Tho lotterln
Is done with a dye, and shows up well.
A large stock was laid In so as to sup
ply all demands.
Tho decennial anniversary of tho Un
ion Hoys debating club will bo held In
the chapel on October 30. Hoscoo Pound
MiiiIh time to talk polities to the boys
and to speculate on tho outcome of tho
Pro.Hwozoy mounted tho telescope In the
domu of tho now observatory Monday
evening, On Tuesday evening several of
thu students In astronomy were occupied
In learning to adjust tho Instrument. The
moon obsurved through It was a grand
sight. On It could bo seen mountains,
valleys and volcanoes very clearly defined.
Tho I'allaillan boyH anticipate an im
usually lively meeting next Haturday
evening. The question to bo discussed
Is: Hesolved; thai thu Immediate free
and unlimited colnago ot silver at the
ratio of HI to 1 would bo benellclad to
tho United States. Tho debaters are,
alllrtnatlvo, Bmoyor and Klndler; nega
tive, Plnkerlon and Perry.
Tho members of tho class In chemistry
!, considered the llurfulo Hill parado more
Interesting than a chemistry looture
Wednesday morning. Consequently no
one went to class, and Miss Houton won.
dured If tliuro was not u mass muetlng
of some kind after ehupel. The chemistry
eluss was not the only ten o'clock class
that had a slim attendance that morning.
We have Just bought a large quantity
of fountain pons at a very low price. The
pens nl o II kniat gold and sell elsewheru
for $1.'i0. We will sell them while they
last for fill cents each, if after a trial
they do not give satisfaction, we will ro
tund you the money, l-'ouutaln pens war
ranted at JI.10, I.Xi, and $U0. Agents for
Waterman's "Ideal" fountain pen. Hook
department of Herpolshelmer nnd Co.
The book thief Is again around. Bayer
left his "Martin's Human Hody" In a box
In tho hall for a few minutes Thursday
evening nnd when ho returned It was
gone. He Is still whistling for It. Any
one ilmllng It straying around would
greatly oblige Bayer by rotumlng It.
Some thief also got away with Jesso Clo
land's geology which was taken from one
of the library shelves Monday night.
KOU T1IK COhhKOK SKTTL.KMKNT.
Mass Meeting Held In Chapel (Tuesday
To Knrourugo AVork for It.
Tho second of a series of mass meot
Ing wus held In the chapel Tuesday
morning Immediately after tho exercises.
It was called by members of tho faculty
who deslro an Increased Interest In tho
college settlement, which was organized
last year. Professor Hodgman reviewed
and Chancellor Mnchean will dollver the . thu work accomplished, and set forth
anniversary addresses, after
general reception will bo held.
The many friend's of Miss Kmtun Douse
will bo glad to know that her work as
principal of the Hay Springs schools has
met with unusual success. Thoso who
know Miss Hoose upprectate something
of tho value of her work In tho schools.
Professor Kllng has accepted an ur
gent Invitation to address tho seml-an
nual meeting of tho teachers' associa
tion of Saunders county at Ashland Oct
ober 2.1. Prof. G. W. Duckoy wilt nttenrt
tho sumo meeting In tho Interests of
Tho following named Grand Island
teachers aro taking In absentia work In
Komnn history nt tho university: Misses
Abbott, Dunn, Irvine, Clundenln ami
Hurley. Those ladles completed the
courso In Greek history In the summer
school last year.
Miss May C. Whiting, fellow In tho de
partment of Kngllsh literature, holds
with credit one of the most rcspouslbto
fellowships of the university. Sho has
chargo of Kngllsh literature r, which Is
divided Into four divisions comprising
about IM students.
J. II. McGuffey formerly of 'Ofl, reports
Ills work as assistant principal in Ne
braska City high school, getting along as
well as could bo expected. McGuffey is
a rustlor from tho word go and his
friends do not doubt but that ho will
havo a successful year.
Horace G. Whltmoro 'IT., has not suc
ceeded In keeping out of tho newspaper
business after ho left tho university and
tho Nebraska!). Thursday ho was given
the management of the Kvonlng Dally
Post, whore ho has been employed as re
porter for the past two mnoths.
Lovl Stonor a graduato of Weeping
Water high school will bo ono of tho
heavy men on the Wosloyan team this
year. Stonor Is a heavy man nnd a goort
playor, having plnyed tho position of
right half-back for tho high school at
Weeping Water for two yoars.
Profossor Taylor says the courso In
municipal govurnmont will bo offered
again tho second semester of tho year.
No student Interested In economics and
tho real slgnlllcanco of locality govern
ment In rolatlon to state government
should fall to tako this courso.
If there Is a busy professor In this In
stitution it is Professor Cnldwoll who
without instruction assistants Is carry
ing his regular course work besldo threo
tho outline of the policy hoped to bo
pursued this year Kour members of tho
student body wcro elected to act In con
Junction with tho faculty, and to push
the movement to Its furthest extent.
Chancellor MncLoan appealed ta tho stu
dents to sustain this noble work, and
gave an Interesting talk on the work of
Arthur Townly, with whom this move
The four students elected are: Miss May
Whiting, Steve Cony, Charles Kuhlmnn
and Jos. Boomer.
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1229 to 1239 O Street.
Jeweler, Optician and Engraver.
Donler in WutchoB, Diamonds, Clocks,
Silvcrwaro, Jowolry, otc, otc.
All goods Bold engraved froo of chargo, and no chargo niiido tor ox
amlnlng tho oyos.
1143 O Street
You will save both
...TIME AND HONEY
By taking the.
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Brovning, King, & Co.
"BEST" AND "CHEAPEST"
PLACE TO BUY CL0THINC,
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No ono In Justice to htmsolf can afford to
Ignore our apeclal values In young mor.'B
Nobby Fall Suits. They aro marvels ot
beauty, and aro cut and made by our own
experienced tailors. You got tho samo fll
and mako In our goods whother you pay
$5 or $25 for your suit. Our oxDortonco of
over flfty-six years of clothing munufact'
mlng, wholesaling and retailing should be
worth a groat deal to you. Besides our
great oxpcrlonco our business is conducted
on the "honor bright" plan. Everything
is marked In plain figures and you will
llnd no "dark cablnot" work In our
MEN'S SUITS, $2.75, $3.45, $1.93, $6.50,
AND $10.00, WHICH CANNOT BE DU
PLICATED IN THE CITY FOR MANY
on hats this week. Call and see tho nobby
fall shapes In stiff and Fedora hats.
FREY & FREY,
Wo aro headquarters for cholco cut
roses and carnations, palms decoration!
at lowest prices.
Corner of Twelfth and O streets, Funkt
Opora Houso block. Tel. 334.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Auburn, Falls City,
Atchison, St. Joseph,
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City Ticket Office, 1201 0 Street.
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F. D. Cohnkll, O. V. & T. A.
Chas. B. Gregory G
TJ. of N.. '91.
At 11000 st, s
Lincoln, Neb. H
PRIESTS OF PALLAS PARADE.
(Kansas City Mo. Oct. 6-10.)
Tho Union Pacific will sell round trip
tickets for $5.75 on Octobor 14th to 10th,
good to return 11th. Day-light trip, arriv
ing at Kansas City 5 p. m. City ticket
office, 1044 O street.
IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH
Browning, King & Co.,
1013-1019 0 STREET.
Once in a while
that the local ticket ngont can
not give you nil tho informa
tion you require.
Whon this is tho caso, write
to mo. I have copioa ot tho
latost rate Bhuotu nnd railroad
timo tnbloB and can tell you
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know about tho best and cheap
est way to roach Donvor, Salt
Lake City, Ogdon, Doadwood,
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