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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1897)
The University of; Nebraska
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Courses in the
Following Branches . . .
Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Qcneral
Theory, Sight Reading,
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Found Elsewhere . .
Free Scholarships in nil Departments.
MILITARY BAND TRAINING,
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF STUDYING MUSIC INVESTIGATE THE MERITS OF THIS SCHOOL.
A Home for Young Women.
All instruments New and the Best.
Central Location opposite the Campus.
Expenses Lower than any Other First
Valuable Free Privileges.
An Able Corps of Instructors.
WILLARD KIMBALL, - Director.
riANO-FORTE Willnrd Kimball, Susie
Scoliold, Harriot RoynoldB.
PIPE ORGAN, Harmony Willnrd Kim
bnll. VOICE DEVELOPMENT Jno. Randolph
VIO LIN-VIOLINCELLO August Hago
now, Emma Hagonow.
CORNET D. F. EaBtorday.
MANDOLIN-GUITAR Clairo C. Youug.
Commences April 12, 1897.
Commences Sept. 7.
For Catalogue sad Other Information
U- of N., '01.
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At uooo st, s
Lincoln, Neb. fj
It's the Place..
Tw want to go to when you want to
fsrehase magazines, periodicals, nowB
tpers and novels. AlwayB on hand.
Emnth and O Btrcets, Richards block.
HE LINCOLN HEWS AGENCY,
C L SPENCER, Mgr.
M. C. LILLY COMPANY
pM and Military Uniforms and Equlp-
U. Oxford Gowns and Caps, Ban
." Flags etc Correspondent Solicited.
Mnud Hazcllt and Ada Dutlcr were In
itiated Into Delta Delta Delta last week.
Fred 8. Hcncry road the goat Into Kap
Tito senior law class held a meeting lust
Saturday to discuss the question of wheth
er the class should bo represented In the
Sombrero. The question was Indotlnttoly
Mr. VnnTylo representing tho llrm of
Wright Kay & company, fraternity Jew
eler, of Detroit Mich., was In the city
Saturday and Monday. He secured some
good orders from tho Greeks.
Tho Graham Taylor house Is again re
opened and all committees arc again at
work. Only a few mild cases of scarlet
fever were reported, nnd workers need
have no hesitancy In resuming duties, as
tho houso has been thoroughly dlsonfected.
A number of the vocal pupils of tho
school of music will nsslst Mra. Raymond
In a concert to bo given In tho First Con
gregational church next Monday night.
Director Kimball's prlvnto piano pupils
will give u recital tomorrow evening In
tho university chapel.
Two hundred packages of garden seed
have- Just been sent by Senator Thurston
to tho Graham Taylor house for free dis
tribution. It Is hoped that a donation of
flower seeds may bo secured and thus
enablo Uio board to furnish work and
amusement to the boys and girls of tho
George Constancer's barber pnop Is lo
cated at 1010 O Btrect. Four of the best
workmen In the city aro to be found here.
Let Westerflold be your barber.
THE WORK IS DONE RIGHT
'M EfVer hnvn nn. tonkin il IT. n nntnt.
toe shoe. I make a specialty of repar
t pointed and round too shoes, having
'" Pclal apparatus to work with. It
" Wy you to take your work where It
ffl 1 dono In tho right way.
8 CAPES, Praotlcal shoemaker.
133 South Eleventh Street.
Casearets stimulate liver, kidneys anJ
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. 10c.
If you have tried him once you found
that Wcsterfleld did tho right kind of ton
sorlal work. Ho has been the students'
bar ber for seventeen years. 117 North
A "University of Nebraska" tablot Is
the kind to use, when ycu write home.
The Co-op has a largo supply.
t Tobuco Spit and Bmoka Tour Llfo Awaj.
"U want to quit tobacco uslujr easily
ltufltwer' tornado well, Btrung, magnetic,
- uuiv iiiuiiiiii unrnr. until itiij--.-vi
i2L70n,1.cr'WorUcr, that makes weak men
;"$ Many gain ten pounds In tcndny.
iim81 u"dcr triiaranteo to euro, 60c or
KiMi "poWetnndisnmploinaUod free. au.
DIen'ngllemodyCo.,Chlcaco or Now York.
French dictionaries can be bought at the
book department of Herpolshelmer and
Co's, at very low prices.
Ilayden, tho photographer who is now
located at 102) O street. Is again offering
a special rate to studentB on all photo
graph. His name is a guarantee of good
The latest and preetiest ctore in the city
ia Bumstead and Tuttlo'u new furnishings
and tailoring store at 117 So. JUh Btreet.
Call and see their beautiful neckwear.
Just try a 0p box of Cabarets, the lineal
Uver and bowl regulator oyer made.
JAMES A. HERNE.
When Jnmcs A. llerno was a young man
and living In Albany, ho Joined tho local
stock company and gained a reputation
as a character actor. Having lived nnd
labored in Albany nnd Its vicinity all his
life, tho mnnoger of the theatre thought
It would be a good Idea to lot tho young
actor have a bencllt.
Mr. Herno was willing to tnko one pro
viding ho received ono half of tho gross
receipts. The event was duly announced
and tho seats for tho performance were
turned over to Mr. Heme to sell. Tho
father of tho notor was very well known
and exceedingly popular everywhere, nnd
his scion thought It would not bo a bad
scheme to get him to assist In disposing of
Mr. Heme, the father, agreed to do all
ho could to sell them, and took possession
of tho entire lot.
Tho theatre nnd Its associations never
grently Interested the elder Heme, but ho
had good business ueuinnn. With but very
little effort he sold out tho whole bunch of
pnstebonrds, and returned home rejoicing.
"Well. Jamsle." said tho fnther. "you
will certainly have a big 'house for your
benefit. I've sold every ono of thoso tick
ets you gave me, and couldn't begin to ac
comodate tho crowd." '
"That's tine," said James A. "Did you
get the cash for them or sell them on
"Spot ensh for every one," replied the
"Well, let me havo tho money," snld
tho son, "and I'll turn the mnnnger's
slmro over to him."
"Here you aro" answered tho father, as
he pulled out a whole pocketful of sil
ver nnd greenbacks.
"I sold tho high priced ones first, nnd
got ns much as forty cents npleco for
thorn. They were mnrked seventy-flvo
cents, but I knew you would bo satisfied
to get half of that sum. Thoso that were
marked fifty cents went like hot cakes at
two shillings, nnd tho thirty-five cent
ones I let go nt twenty cents."
Tho benefit wns a howling success and
cost tho young notor n trifle over $12.00,
and the "fun nt my expense"of tho other
mombers of tho stock company, Tho
story traveled fast, and every stock com
pany mnnnger In Amorlca heard of It.
Howovor, it was a great big advertise
ment for tho young actor, and through It
ho shortly afUiward obtained a very good
engagement. Father and son have often
Inughed over the affair, but since then Mr.
Jnmes A. Herno hns never .had a benefit.
Mr. Hrno's "Shore Acres" will be seen
nt tho Funko Friday and Saturday nights
nnd Saturday matinee, March 12 nnd 13.
Seats now on sale. Evening prices, J1.00,
.73 .CO, and .25. Matlneo prices, $.76, .50,
and .25. Mntlnce commences at 2 p. m,
Ijjest noRK Best Service J
Established 1J V M 1 O
Most Complete and
AT THE LANSING.
Stuart Robson In his new comedy, "The
Juckllns" Is announced at the Lansing,
Monday March 29. Ono night .only.
When bilious or costive, eai a Cascaret,
candy catharic, euro guaranteed, lOc, 25c.
You can get all tho nowa all the time
by subscribing for Tho Nobroskan.
Subscrlbo for Tho Nebraskan, only $1.00.
Hutchins & Hyatt
SELL THE BEST GRADES OF
ALSO WOOD AND KINDLING.
1040 O Street. Telophono 225
Cleaning and Repairing also Done.
126 SO. HUl 3t. re?rS'8C,Bnr
First National Bank,
N. S. BARWOOD, Presidont.
CEtAS. A. BANNA, Vice-President.
F. M. COOK, Cashier.
O. S. LIPPINOOTT, and
II. S. FREEMAN, Ass't Cashier.
J. M. PARKINSEN, C U A P
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