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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1897)
The Annunl to 1o Issued by tho law col
w id reported an developing.
The l'"" '" Pye'wKy wnn surprised
m. ft written lost Inst Wednesday,
Vrofrwiiii Hnmpson win address tho
.lcoirtonl vnx noors Saturday evening,
V quantity of seed has been sont to tho
collie jmtllomonl by 8cnator Thurston,
pr. lb x nobis of York visited :.1s daugh
lfr Tin dny ftMl' Wednesday of this wook,
Orr Kellogg hn boon Oppolntod cor
pora!, in n reeon order of Captain (lull.
pen ' Mnthows has tnkon charge of Iho
SiikIph'"' boarding club nt 322 North lUh
trrfl m ill'.
The i n ion program for novt Frldny
North i- wl" l" prepared by tho young
ll nv mlirrs.
Coum Suporln.cndont Todd, of Onge
Ml,ni Kansas, was a visitor at tho unl
& t'o's. now hnndle Kolfo's loxt of Rlmko.
sponru. Fountain pons, tablets, diction
aries, trnnhvtlons clo. l'ookot edition ot
Fronoh ami Gorman dictionaries, monp.
A tllo of papers published at Carlisle,
IVnn,, called tho American Voluntoor, 1o
natod by tho editor, has Just boon re
ceived by tho ntnto historical sooloty. Tho
lllo contains an account of a trip across
tho plains In tho sixties.
A bill lately introduced in tho sonato to
lower tho ronnlrements for ailmlsslon to
tho bar moots with general disfavor In
tho law department Tho seniors hold a
mooting Saturday to lako action to de
feat the measure !f possible.
A minstrel show In which all Available
talent In tho university will tnko part is
to bo given soon after tho roturn of tho
gloo club from .holr trip. Tho proceeds
from tho entertainment will bo devoted
to tho Interests of tl o baseball team.
Fi-fti' li diet'onarlos can bo bouRht at tho
took iiinr.meni of Horpolshelmor and
Oo, in very low prices.
rrofi'ssm and Mrs. Kimball will give a
recti Ion to Mndamo Camilla Urso this
evening after tho concert.
l'rofossor Hdward Orton of tho Ohio
stato unlvor;y lias sent llvo boxes of val
uable Ohio specimens In exchange for ma
torlal i-.ciivod from tho Morlll collection
In our own university, Tho collection oc
cupies tho southonst wall ease of tho museum.
Professor and Mrs. Burnet delightfully
entertained tho mombors of tho profess
or's second German clnss at their homo
last Saturday nigh.. U was one of h.s
characteristic German parties, and be
sides tho nmusomont It afforded thoso
prosont It was qulto helpful In tho WW
floitip me seems to havo boon npproprlnt
InK to himself of lato, the books to bo
uwl in lie money course
A "University of Nobraska" tablet Is
the kind to uso, whon you wrlto homo.
The Co-op has a largo supply.
Tomonow night the Union boys will
(Mint" tin "Script" bill which recontly
pitsi.(l i In. house of representatives.
Mr. 0 W. Poyntor who was called homo
last wi'fk by tho sickness of his father
hns returned to his university work.
Mis Nellie and Clifton Griggs accom
panied tlielr cousin as far as Omaha Tues
day, returning to Lincoln Wednesday,
"Shore Acres" will bo at the Funko
theatre next Friday and Saturday, March
12 mid 13 A mattneo will bo Riven Satur
MIhs Neoa Morris who visited at her
home in llumbolt last wekk has ro.urned.
Idirry Weaver has also returned from tho
Tin mi.versl y artllloty dotachment did
all It could to help InaiiRtirate McKlnloy,
The regular salute ot iwoniy-ono suns
mis iiiril Thursday noon.
Thoro will bo a Joint debate a wook from
Saturday ovonliiR botweon reproson.ntlves
of Wosloyan and tho r.illndlan boys' do
baling club. It Is probablo that the de
bate will be hold at Wosloyan. This Is
tho first of a sorlos of dobaios whioh tho
V. B. 1). C. has arranged. Tho noxi de
bate ot tho sorlos will bo hold about tho
middle of April at tho unlvorslty with rep
resentatives front Doane college
Tho terpslohoroan sunsatlon of Now
York was Cissy Fl.zgorald's dancing In
"Tho Foundling." She comos here noxt ,
Wodnosdaj, at tho Lansing theatre, and
ono may bo able to Judge for himself what
all this talk Is atKiit. "Tho Foundling" ran
s'.dorod. This is the most Important meot-i
lug tho association will hold th.s your, and '
It Is therefore necessary thu. nil the mem-'
bors should bo present so fur as possible, j
8enlor-Hay, have youiUOlloeil how many I
of our athletes get shelf Junior Yes and
how many got loaded? Sophomoro Yes,
and how many got tired? Freshman fa.nts. I
Hho tried n pair ofiglnves, 1
Whllo at the oounwr sltdng,
Tho dood was l0ld,
Her blood run iold,
For she was oountoMltt'.ng. Y, llcoor.
Brown Say Jones do you never hunger
for .ho good old times fou hud at collego?
Jones-l froiiuontly thirst for thorn, Hrown
When oyngIng the briny soa
lly sea sickness 1 nm ilonrod;
Tho our that nlwnyi ilxes me
Is not tt Mil nbnrJ. l'rtnoeton Tlgor,
Hiighton- MeKlnloj-'li never so Wash
ington nex .Mnneb. lOosyun Why not?
nrlghtun lie's doad', lOasyin-What!
McKlnloy? nrlgluun-iNo, Washington.
We were seated In n 'hammock
On a balmy night !n Juno,
When the world was hushed In slumber
Nenth the guidance of the moon. i
1 had asked ono Uttlo Question,
And my honrt was fllled with hope,
Hut the answer never Toaohed mo,
For her brother cut the ropo. Yalo Re
Harbor Have you kod any experience
In shnvlng students? Applicant (for Job)
O yes sir, 1 always (go over tholr faces
twice with the back of the raster and ask
, thorn If It pulls much. Harbor Quito
right, bu. yon mustn't forgot to strop your
razor sovoral times during tho operation.
'TIs a fearful thins In collego
To be pestered by tho rules.
Still, wo have the consolation,
That It's so In nthor schools. Kx.
MILLER & PAINE,
1229 to 1239 O Street.
316 S. South Twelfth St
Meals 15 cts.
Table Board $3...
Meal Tickets, 81 Meals, $3.
K SPECIHL RHT6 4-
Will be made to STUDENTS upon application.
Yes, thore's plen.y of room at tho top,
i Hut to rot thoro myself I shan't hiiran any
for nearly two hundred nights at Hoyt's- Vqt T think Its more pleasant to stop,
thoatro, Now York, and will bo presented
by ono of Manager Froman's bost comedy
organisations embracing tho players seen
In New York. Secure your seats early.
A su.t ot clothes worn by Jamoa T.
Woosiej, sergeant In tho o-Vll war, was
recentlj donated to tho historical sooloty
by Mr. Siryker of this o.ty.
Arrangements huvu Just boon mudo
tor u juitu iiuimto iH'ivveuii thu .Maxwells
and tin- Union boys. Tho dobato will bo
held In ehupul In about .wo weeks.
The lu,nt and preotlest store In tho city
liBunisuad and Tuulo's now furnishings
and tailoring storo at 117 So. 11th streot.
Call und sue their beautiful neckwear.
Tho Camilla Urso concert Tvhlch takes
place tonight, brings to Lincoln ono of tho
bost fcnown artists living. Mndamo Urso
hnB played In evory civilized Innd, and
and has recolved medals and praises with
out number. Anyone whoso soul can bo
touohed by such swoo. strains from hor
violin, and who knows tho possibilities ot
It In the hands of a master would not miss
hoarlng this great virtuoso. It Is under
stood tha. a car load or young people are
coming up from Boatrlcc and otbor places
for tho concert tonight. The advance salo
of seats has been vory large and promises
an Immense house.
Y. M. C. A.
The Maxwells defeated the "Initiative
and referendum" Saturday evening. J. A.
Brown and Wallla spoke on tho affirma
tive ana Krj and Mlhor on tho negative.
A jionion of tho library of the state med
ical ubsuelailon Is In the historical library.
All books belonging to tho association aro
to be kupt in the society library horoaf .or.
Huydon, .ho photographor who Is now
located at 102) O streot, is again offering
specmi rate to studonts on all photo
graph, hih name Is a guarantee of good
Thu cummltteo havo been mooting io
arrange plans for the summer school, and
have been chinking of extending the
length uf tin. term, but havo not decided
Upon It yet.
M you imve tried him onco you found
'hat Westerlleld did tho right kind of ton
wrlal work. Ho haB boon tho students'
tor ber for seventeen years. 117 North
Tho Dollan girls treated tho boys to an
excellent feed at the parlors of Sutton and
HollowlniBh last Saturday evening. This
"as a substitute for a slolgh rldo which
had boon planned by tho girls.
Tho Graham Taylor house has buuii
opened again, the senrlut fever scare In
Its neighborhood being over.
Dr. Hlndman, pastor of tho First Pros
byjorlan church, will address the assoc
iation Sunday afternoon on "Spiritual Dis
cernment." Dr. Hlndman Is one of tho
best speakers of the city, preaching reg
ularly to crowded houses, and will doubt
loss give an Interesting talk Sunday after
noon. At the annual business meeting of ;ho
Y. "vV. C. A. hold Monday afternoon, tho
following officers were elected; President;
Mary Woodford; vice-president, Dora Au
man, corresponding secretary. Grace
Broady; recording secretary Bertha Wald-
word, treasurer Emma Pyrtlo.
Tho young ladles of tho Y. W. C. A.
will give a laundry social noxt Saturday
ovenlng. Bars or soap will bo auctioned
on to the highest blddors. The proceeds
of) the social will be usod In purchasing a
writing desk Tor uso In the Y. W. C. A.
room. All tho students aro Invited to bo
The two associations had a Joint moot
ing last Sunday artornoon In Dollan hall,
and It was ono or tho best and llvllest
moo;lngs held thlH year. Stove Corey lod
and Interesting facts about Ch:na and the
Chinese woro glvon by twenty or thirty of
the young mon and women. A Chinese
missionary rrom Brooklyn, N. Y., Who Is
spondlng a few days In Lincoln, on ills
way to San Francisco, was prosont and
gavo a short taUc. A Chinese quartet from
the city sang songs In Chinese.
Lower down where there's plenty of com
Mr. Ware How th&t dog of yours Is
panting. What makes him act so tired?
I Johnny Ho ran Just once through the
parlor where Bessie aha Mr. Spoonle aro
sitting. Prlncoton Tiger.
A college course a race course Is
With a dlfforenco though 'tis said,
For those who trot the fastest pnee
Come rarely In ahead. Kx.
1 slopt in an editor's bed one night.
Whon no editor chanced to be nigh.
And tho't as 1 .umhlod that editor's nes.
How onslly editors Ho. Transcript.
Thoro was a young lady In Mo,
I've forgotten her nnmo, call lt Jo.
Whon she wont out to walk
All the neighbors did talk,
She was so exceedingly plo.
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Keep tins in mind when going on foot-ball trips or any vacation.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1044 O Street.
THE LTJNCHEON ROOM.
Tho proprietors of the university lun
cheon room announce that they are bet
ter prepared than ever to serve strictly
homo made goods with convenience to
all. A sample bill of fare is:
Soup , B cents
Oysters, one dozen 20 cents
Plum pudding 6 cents
Sandwich 3 centB
Broad and butter 2 cents
Coffeo, tea or cocoa 4 cents
Two Joughnuts 3 centB
pie 5 cents
SKTrs f 1 fa lllsK
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SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEBRASKAN.
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I'rofeBsor Ward has gone to the north
"eatorn part of the state to attend somo
formers' Institutes. lie will bo gone tho
ntlre week. Tmong the points ho Will
v'slt aro Long Pine and Crawford,
CHARMING BOOK ON OLD VIOLINS.
Violinists evorywhore "will hail with de
light the boautlfully prlntod and authori
tatively -written book about old violins
Just publlshod by Lyon & Hoaly, Chicago.
The fact that this volume contains as an
appendix, a list of the old violins offered
for salo by Lyon & Hoaly, and will there
fore be sent free upon application (to
vlolinlnstB only), does not detract from
its literary value nor from tho keen Inter
est with -which its fac-slmlle labels and
! other quaint illustrations will le viewed,
I It Is sate to say that any lover of the fld
1 die might seek a long time before he
' could find another volume whose perus
al would afford him such a fund enter
tainment. The short biographlco of the
tamous violin makers are -wonderfully
Chas. B. Gregory Q
U of IT,, '91.
At 1100 0 St, S
Lincoln, Neb. H
Hutchins & Hyatt
SELL THE BEST GRADES OF
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Cleaning and Repairing also Done.
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Oi or Wolilenburg's Cigar
complete and oomprlse a hort of fresh
The rogular annual business mooring ol anecaotes that must prove vaBtly inter-
Tho book department of Herpolsholmer
tho association will bo hold next Saturday
evening, commencing at 7 o'clock, and con
tinuing for an hour and a half. At this
meeting, tho officers for tho onsulng yoar
will bo olooted and written reports will
be submitted by the various oommlttoes.
The advisability of amondlng the consti
tution In one or two respects will l oon-
estlng to violinists, great and small.
("OLD VIOLINS" 272 Pages Free to
Violinists only. LYON & HEALY, Chicago.)
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