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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1898)
ijnTBot.1' examinations wcro holll
tils last week.
,j i. imns "00, is on tho sick list
fith tho grip.
Hugh Teeters received a visit from
k!s father Inst week.
Inspector Crabtreo was an Omnhn
xlsltor the first of this weeok.
r. B. ltenetllct was pledged to Phi
KpP J'3' lnst irr,(,ay evening.
Tho senior class havo a merry war
In prosroct over tho class elctlon.
jll83 Kdllh Lewis wns Initiated on
ftdnestlny evening by Delta Gamma.
Miss l. ulso Pound received a black
eye In a basket ball game last Frl-
Guy W. Panics was InltUcd Into
Dftta Tan Delta last Saturday even
ing. fl. c. Pnrmi'leo, '97, came up to tho
nnlvcrslt lnst Saturday from Beat
Gertnnl)' Wright, a member of Pi
Beta Phi. visited tho university last
Misses Shank and Dempster enter
tained a few I'rlends last Saturday
The sophomores aro already begln
ning lo take up Junior annual for
Jim Hurks of Beatrice was a Lin
coln visitor during th early part of
Fred Tailors hatt discontinued work
In the university for the presont and
has cnn, home.
Dr. U 13. Glffcn of this city lectured
tefore the zoological society tho even
ing of J.muary 18.
Ella Fnrrell , '01, of England, Neb.,
tos obliund to leave college owing to
Illness in her family.
Mr. 13. Holben has been obliged to
be out of tho university a few weeks
on account of sickness.
Jim l'e hot has been appointed first
sergeant of company B In tho place of
George Slu-dd, resigned.
Mrs. Robertson of Norfolk was In
the city Islting her son, Sidney, a
student in tho law school.
The U. B. D. C. is arranging with
Lincoln Normal and Fremont Normal
for a series of Joint debates.
Inspector Crabtreo left Wednesday
for an extended trip through tho
northern counties of the stale.
E. R. Morrison will leave the univer
sity for a short time to act as travell
ing salesman for a bicycle firm.
A. J. Weaver, '95, and wifo were
up from Fails City visiting university
fntnds tho latter part of the week.
The annual election of ofllcors for
the oratorical association will occur
at l'ir p m. January 22 in room 2.
A 2u cold modal for tho best all
round university athlotc has boon so
cured. Particulars will bo announced
The Cliiincollor was toastmaster
Tuesday evening at tho banquot of
swine in i dcrs and state agricultural
1 1 :i 1 1 Howl by of Crete, who has
until nuntly boon attending Donno
colUgc. i.i, registered for work In tho
Tlie -i, iw board of agriculture met
Tuehiiii) in 1 o'clock in tho chapol
fr th' naiiriocilon of tholr third an
nual I, I IIK-sB.
Churl Tnio hns been Quito ill for
the jm week, but Is at proaont Im
proving ntid wjn B00n recommence
A fan.-, "Tho Unexpected Gueat,"
was c ever y presented to a largo audi
ence in the chapol last Friday night
ty the Pailadlans.
Holitrt Towno, a mombor of tho
Omaha Y. M. C. A. baskot ball team,
TlBlted wnh his sistor and friends last
Baturdu i.nd Sunday.
Profchor Kimball is in Omaha on
'fans-MUlHsippl exposition business.
Mrs. Joins Is supplying his pluco for
we cliapi l exorcises.
Tho Civil Engineers' Club will hold
a meeting February 3 in room 3 at 5
j1- m. Tho class will listen to a lec
ture by j00 sargcant.
Two or three short talks were glvon
Wednesday morning In chapel by tao
memberH of tho agricultural board.
Ex-Governor Furnas was ono of tho
ftepreHcntatlves from Doane college
H1 moot the Palladian boys In Joint
Hate on February r.. After Doano is
disposed of it 1b proposed to meet
The third rocltal by tho students of
tho school of music wns attended by a
fair sized audionco Wcdncsdoy oven.
Ing. Tho program was unusually well
Tho Ladles' Faculty Club mot on
Wednesday afternoon at tho homo of
Professor nnd Mrs. Taylor of 435
North Twenty-fifth street. Tho pro
gram consisted of a presentation of
the benefits of fraternities nnd literary
societies. Tho former wero represent
ed by Miss Jessie Lansing and Mr.
Vergil Barber, tho latter by Miss
Idylla Jeffrey and Mr. J. W. Searson.
After tho program dainty refresh
ments wero served and a social tlmo
if you nro a well-posted student, you
must read tho news, and tho only placo
where you will find nil tho news Is In
tho Nobrnskan. Don't borrow your
neighbor's paper whon you enn got tho
Nobrnskan for tho rest of tho college
year for fifty cents.
See Dr. Lconhnrdt's nd in this issue.
Tho Homo restaurant 323 North
Ninth street, kindly solicits the pa
tronage of all University students.
Our prico Is $2 per week, nnd wo will
give you tho best bonrd in the city.
i-iiuiograpns ana pictures of all
kinds will bo framed at tho music and
picture department of Herpolsehclmer
& Co. at greatly reduced prices. Col
ored landscapes, framed or unframod,
will be on special sale next week. Wo
aro selling 5c sheet music so fast that
we cannot keep up the supply. In ad
dition to low prices, this and next week
wo aro giving away a plcco of music
with every purchase in our music de
partment. DR. NANSEN TO LECTURE.
As was announced last week Dr.
Fridtjof Nansen, tho renowned scien
tist nnd Arctic explorer, Is to lecture
at tho Oliver theatre January 2C. Ho
is filling one hundred nights in Amer
ica nnd will go no further west than
Donvcr. On account of his great
achievements, high scientific stnnding
and interesting personality, larger au
diences have attended Dr. Nansen's
lectures than those of any other man
that has ever lectured for money In
The general public is just beginning
to realize fully the wonderful achieve
ments of Dr. Fridtjof Nansen and how
much tho world and science owes him.
During tho space of 2S0 days pre
vious to the year of 1SD3 the com
bined efforts of all the Arctic expedi
tions succeeded in penetrating only
ISO milos nearer the Pole. Dr. Nan
sen in throe years pushed 200 miles
beyond tho furthest point then
reached, covering the last 150 miles
In tho very short space of sl weeks.
His lectures, giving nccount of tho ex
pedition, possess not only tho greatest
scientific value, but a thrilling nar
rative of adventure, absorbing In In
terest for both old and young. His
graphic pictures of life, in lands
hitherto unknown to men, arc start
ling, realistic, thrilling, and appeal
to all classes. Tho seomlng al
most Impossible feats of physical en
durance are a marvol to tho entire civ
Illzod world. Tho situations, awe-inspiring
and grand, contemplating
which tho unanimous verdict is that
ho is absolutely "the hero of the cen
tury." As a sclontist, Dr. Nansen proposed
n campaign for "attacking tho Arctic
fastness," tho unconventional bold
ness of which provoked almost tho
universal opposition and ridicule of
the scientific world. His theories
wero looked upon aB the "wildest
imaginings of a disordered brain, lead
in IiIr fnllnwors to certain death,"
yet ho has proven ho was correct, and
has accomplished all nnd more than
ho claimed possible ,and all of this
without the Iobb of a single life. Ho
tells tho story in an intelligent, manly
way, free from any uttempt at self
aggrandizement, but with a dignity
becoming in one who hns accom
plished so much. His wonderful
power and superiority nre felt by all,
and ono is constrained to say, "lhls
is tho stuff kings aro made of.'
Dr. Nansen's great European suc
cesses have been more than dtiplicatod
in America. The number of applica
tions for tlmo, propositions for re
ceptions nnd dates booked, being far
In excess of any other Blmllar tour,
and points to a most hearty welcome
to tho Arctic Viking when ho comes
to Lincoln. The prices are COc, 75c,
$1.00 and ?l.uu.
MIGHTY NEAT 38.h
ha.iiii.hoi.al ," Plmorrthor, who
129 So. 11th Street.
Show him your fnco nnd ho will rcproduco It
nrtlstlcttlly nnd nt u low prico
OLIVER ERWIN. J. E. ERWIN
The Antelope Valley
Yards 25th ami J Sts.
Office 113 N nth St.
Table Board, $2.50.
Meals, ts cts.
MEAL TICKETS, $2.50.
THE MODEL DINING HALL,
MKS. KOt.'T. KHKBIjAND, Proprietress.
316 So. 12th Street. Lincoln, Neb
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
' College Text Books.
And n comploto stock of Standard and
127 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
O. F. Lambertson, D. D. S.
OHIO COLLEGE V . .n'TAL SURGERY
Gold anil Torct-laln Crowns. Uriilco work,
Golil. Aluminum and llubler I'lntt's.
Special Rates to Students.
Onico. Kooins 23nml W. Alexander Hlork.
12th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
llM 'HATS MY WASMBOl"41
The Washburn is the 0111 ami onlv
make of world-wide reputation. Sold
by first-class druli-rs c- i-i ywlu-re from
Si 5.00 upward. Imitated eUciiMi-ly,
so he sure that the name "George
Washburn" is humeri upon the inside.
A beautiful Washburn Hook contain
ing portraits and letters from the De
Reszkes, Calve, Karnes, Nonlira, Scal
clu and 100 other famous artists and
teachers, mailed free upon request.
Address Dept. U,
LYON & HEALY,
Cor. Wabash Ave. and Adams St., Chicago.
MATHEWS PIANO COMPANY
Ab nts for
Also general factors Shaw, Weber, WeR
man and Jewett Pianos, and Farrand &
Everybody Sayn So.
v.4-.ii no iiw -) '" .-.. . .-
derful medical disetncry of the uyo, picas-
.. .....1 i.i.fii..nl . , I11 tiiLlri i.t .mtifltr
UirL UIIU lUIM'OIIIIIH iw uiniutui.wt.uHHj
ami positlv ly on liiilucys, liver nnd bowels,
cleniiHitnr the. entire sybWtii, dispel colds,
euro lieatlnolic, fever, habitual constipation
and biiioiiMH-sR. Picaso buy ami try a box
of C. C. C to-diiv; 10, A"!, Ml rents. Hold and
guuranloed to euro by ull drm-'iflsts.
See Gardner, tho tailor, for llrst
class work at reasonable prices; also
cleaning and dyeing and repairing
Suits pressed, 50c; pants, 15c; club
rates, ?1 per month. Southwest cor
nor Eleventh and O streets.
fcascarots stimulate kidneys and
bowels. Never Blcken, weaken or
H. W. BROWN- Druggist, books and
stationery. 127 South 11th street.
Buy Underwear while
you can get what you
Buy Cloaks while the
assortment is complete.
We think we have what
Come and see us.
MILLER Si, PAINE.
In purchasing our lines of fall and winter footwear particular care and
attention was given to the selection of Ladies' School Shoes, consequently we
now show a line of these goods which for style, fit and value cannot be dupli
Three Special Offerings for Next Week.
medium weight, and regular price
The Finest Line of Party and
New Dress Goods.
All wool, 40-inch granite cloths,
a yard 4.9c
46-inch granite cloths, a yard. . .(l)c
Jamestown worsted novelty dress
goods, 38-in. wide 32c
Imported serge, silk and wool
plaids, exquisite color combina
tions, a yard S7c
Latest novelties in Collorettes and
Neckwear of every description. Ladies
Net lies at 25c, 50c, 65 and 69c.
Party Fans, all kinds, light and fancy,
upward from 50c.
The University of Nebraska,
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Offers Complete Courses in the Fol-
Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Gen
oral Theory, Sight Reading.
If You arc ThinKiug of Studying; Music Investigate the Merits of this School
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
Mr. Albert Turpin's
Now open for Season 1897-98.
Adult classes, every Tuosdnys and Thursdays Juvenile, Wednesday
4 p, in., Suturdays, 2 p. ni. Assemblies every Thursday Eve.
Hall for rent. Special rates to clubs and fraternities. 1132 N St.
for tonns, etc. Ofiico hours 9 to 11:30 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.
New English Bull-Dog (see cut)
School Shoe, latest novelty
'Varsity stitch, regular pricey nn
$4, our special price, a pair..ipZi I V
Ladies' Water -proof Skating
Shoe, coin toe, hand-welt
and regular price $3.50, ourrty) an
special price, a pair q0 i
Ladies' Dongola Street Shoe,
button on lace, stock or pat
ent tip, coin toe, wclt-sole,(i Q7
$2.50, our special price, a pai
Dancing Slippers in the City.
TO STUDENTS DOING "LIGHT
HOUSEKEEPING:" Our Grocery De
partment has become famous for the
flavor and quality of its Coffees as well
as for the variety of blends to be found
here. Our Coffees arc roasted daily
and right here in Lincoln, and you
may depend upon securing nothing
but perfectly fresh goods.
Coffee usually sold for Java and
Mocha, per lb 25c
Real Java and Mocha, usually
sold at 35c, our price, per lb...29c
Offers Free Advantages not found
Freo Scholarships in all Departments
Military Band Training,
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