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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1898)
Ml,, (illinorc Ik oiiJo.v ng a H
from her brother,
'I',(. tltrriir.v societies nice! as
H,ilil Friday "Wit.
Mr Will llhdnimi or Hcntiice Is vis
iting I til ii-Mlt.v frlt'iulH.
1,1.0 (oprlund wiih Initialed Into Al
,,l,ii Tun Omega on Monday night.
I'l'iink Woodland visited OiiiiiIiii dur
jn(f the hitter purl ol' the ik.
l, seniors lire having Ihclr p(..
jiiii'h tul.i'ii for Uu Ncnlor book, .
,S(.( Hit' ml. f In' Itiicyele In UiIh
UHiif. 'I'lu'ii full ul Lift Smith Twelfth
mid hit tin- wheel Itself.
MIhs Currli' CooU. of Wuhoo int to
1,,,'c hiinio fm- ii few dn.vs' visit, Wt'il
,S,T )r. Leunliuidt's ml, In UiIh iNsue.
MIih I'lorcncc Shuiik Iiiih been una
dlii in attend cvnmlniitlons nil week,
,m account of sickness.
Mi. ( Iiiii'Ii'h on Mnnsfehlc Is among
ir number ll( went home rot' Ii
hliil lime, this week.
',mI ( lin lit 1 1 t will oll'er ii new
(.(iiiim- l Hlt'iiin engine design, tin'
Midi's ltilln oii .MuiiNfehle, du
))nl!(ii- nnil Willi WINon oT Aslihuul
,-, spending ii pun r cMiiuliiiilInn
t.., i't home.
"".. Ill'l' dllll'l's" 11M gOOfl. pi'l'lllipH,
lit none better tliun I he pictures Ink
,. ul i In- Studcntx' Photograph Out
l,,n in :i 0 street.
A ouch of Huntington spcelul dte
liinip stationery Iiiih been received by
llu ( ii-np. II innkes tiie prettiest I,
4,r . millet ,et Keen.
A. I., (ilnird, I lift South Twelfth, Hells
tlie Uac.vclc lieenuse It Is the liesl
wheel on the market. Take u look tit
11 iikI he eonvliieed.
Head i he big poster In the hull and
Irani how Lieut, I'enr.v captured his
loo-ton meteorite and brought It home.
Neva Morris of lliimlmlt has re
filtered the rnherslt.v. Miss Morris
is a iiie.ulier ot I'hi Itelu I'hl, having
uttciiileil the I'liivirsity Inst ,venr.
Miss Mii it eseused her gymnasium
i-Kisses ii'iim cMiiulnutions this week,
lint required tluit the continue tloor
wink eaeh day us usunl.
Miss I. nla Wirt, I'hi Metu I'hi, and
Mis Niwi Morris, pledged to the Mime
fiiiternitv, will take up their I'niver
.sltv work again this semester.
Miss nnn Vore, wut litis hud an at
tack of seurlet fever, is recovering,
hut will probably not he in school
airain until the middle of February.
( ( ' uher, who is now in Denver,
is epieted to visit in Lincoln nest
vutI. with his Kappa Sigma brothers
ami other t'niversily friends.
Ilnli Mauley, 'U7, who is now lllllng
(lie iMisitlou of eity editor on the K re
main 'I rihuue, wns a visitor at the
I niversitv lust Saturday.
l'ietiues and photographs are being
framed ut the picture depnrtincnt of
llerpalsheliner A Co., ut remarkably
low priees. Kngruvlngs frnmed; your
choice of twenty-four subjects, 1.00
The Home Uestnurnnt ut H'.'.l North
.Ninth street, kindly solicits the pn
ti'inaye of all fniversity students. Our
price is per week, and we will give
uni the liesl board in the eity.
l.awreiee Weaver. Delta Tnu Delta,
has recommenced work in the Culver
.slt.v. after a semester's absence. Mr.
Weaver wih trruduute witli 'till instead
of 'as. as would have been the cuse
hul he been In school this semester.
Sucial discount wil be given stu
dents who huve their wheels rcpnlred
nt I., (iirard's. i:ift South Twelfth
Mre-t Satisfuctory workuinnship
ll the latest anil most popular
pieces in vocal ami instrumental mu
sic at less than half price nt llerpol-t-lieiiaer
A- Co.' music (lepartmcnt.
Our list of : music coutiiins over 10..
If vnu want your huir cut artistic
all.v ii in I in the latest styles, call on
Smiii Ui-tcrlii.hl, 117 North Thirteenth
Mrect ii,. ms m, ,,rjeeu years' e.s
'ra in e witli students a. id piiirun
I'i ll la I'hi celebrated the third nn
niveis.nv ,,f ii,,. ol. chapter Friday,
liuiu.iiv -.-I, anil Miss Odu I losson en
tertitiiuil th,. members ut her home in
lioiiur ol Hi,, duy. Amoiif,' the aiiiuse
nii'iits otlered by Miss Closson to her
k'uests Hlh iniNcitv to most of them,
Uohert .lenkins leaves the rniver
Jit,v this week to take up work in the
voliiriiiio school of mines, where he
thinks he can spend his time to better
iihniiliiuc, as he has mining engineer
'"if in view for his life work. Mr.
Jenkins has made many friends here
who will 1. sorry to see him (.
Lieut. I'cary lectures ut the Oliver
m'diiesilav evening, l-'ebruury ". HIh
tret ure will be Illustrated by 100 nuitf
iiulceat lantern slides. special rate
('f 2,'e has been mude to students. Stu
dt'iits' tickets can be hud at the execu
hc (iniee .Monday, .lanuar.v 'M, and
tifter regular sale' of seats lef,'ius at
I1'' has ofllce Mondav, .la unary :1. ut
10 ' in. I'riecs $1, 75c, and ftOe.
(hi .lanuury Ui! the I'. I'.. D. C. dls
mlhseil the (iicHtlon: "Mesolvcd, That
KOM'rniiMMit by injunction Is contrary
'" '''I'lihlicairprinclples." The disciis
s"n showed the l It. D. '. boys to be
"loi'uuil Interested in the questions of
"ii'ilnv. K usunl parliamentary prac-
c; was as profitable us it was splr
i'(l. M,., Kt.0K. an( .M,.. Itenedict
Y'" ndiultled to membershin. The
r"ih k Knowlii,' In numbers, Import -j"1"'
and Interest. A cordlul invlta
"on Is extended to all oiintf men.
Til!, COIiMttirc HR'riM.KMKNT.
I.ust rail the ( ollcjfe Setlleinenf
workers wcic more Hiiccisful In ct
tliiK their work under wnv than thc.v
lime been dui'liiff the previous ,cur,
not beeiiiise there wns frciiter curliest
uchh, ptobably, but lieeniiKe the orim
1utlou ol lust yenr hIIII eslsled and
becutiHc Miluuble evperlenee hud been
Klilned by pusl work. With the opeti'
liiH of the rnherHlly the hoard of con
trol promptly and ciicrncticully net
to work, und during the first weekH of
October nearly all the dllVcrcnt
InuuehcH ol the work, such as Instruc
tion In rcfiilm' school work, hcwIiik
school und Kindergarten work, socIiiIh,
cutertaluim tits and the visiting or the
Hick, were slurlcd. My November one
cntertiilnmenl hud been fdven, with
an ut tendance of llfly, one soclul, with
ifiunes und music, live children's meet
Inns und seventeen ciiIIh. Inidiidluf,'
rour visits to sick ruinllleH, where net
mil help In the mailer or I'ood wiih
needed, und promptly tflvcn.
In the last report matte by I he Hit
pcrliilcmlciitH to the board ot control,
It wiin xpcclull.v urged that students
should rrciienlly go to the settle
ment house durliiff cntci'luliimeiits
und socIiiIm or ul nuy other time when
the young people nre present. More
students ure needed in order to In
crease the Influence of mere presence
und contact. The visiting committee
reported that till applicants fur work
It bus been evident for some time
to the students in close touch with I lie.
settlement Hint the need for the work
Is larger than the means which exist
for accomplishing It. Our little house
cannot accommodate all who need the
help, and u number of students last
year were discouraged lieenuse they
were too crowded to do the work they
hud undertaken. A large audience
room is needed in which practical
talks can be made to advantage. More
space Is needed for library reading
room and instruction rooms. As it
Is, it lius been found iiccessar.v to hold
classes in the reading room, while oth
ers wcic milking use of the library
books. The management has Tor some
lime been Ir.vlng to find some means
for obviating these dll'llciiltles, but
huve not been able us ,el to do so.
However, they are fully convinced that
the work Is slowly but llrinly pro
gressing, und that as soon us the stu
dent body shall become thoroughly
aware oT the need which exists, it will
sec that means nrct'oiind to satisfy It.
A good deal of help has already been
volunteered in the raising of funds.
I.ust ,vear a number of entertainments
were given, the proceeds of which
went towards defraying the running
expenses of the work. It wns with the
greatest satisfaction Hint the manage
ment accepted the offer or Mrs. Man
ning to give u program for the lien
ellt of the settlement. Her movement
is u step in the right direction. Foot
ball and baseball expenses urc paid to
sonic extent by programs which nre
well worth the seeing, und paying for
Mrs. Manning's program, which is pub
lished In another part of this issue, is
a good one, us her programs always
arc, and will be thoroughly appreciat
ed bv the students.
TIIK PMKPAMVI'OMY SCHOOL.
I'ighty-six students attended the
Preparatory school during the semes
ter just closing. This is a record ;hul
surpasses the expectation of the most
About twenty students llnb-li their
prepnri.tion this semester, und enter
the I'nivcrsity lor the full four venrs.
The Picparatory school Is turning
more students toward the l'nlver-ltv
than any other school in the state
ever has done heretofoie.
Tills week is both registration week
mid cxamiuution week, and the
school's apartments at the I'niverslt.v
Conservatory building uv' In conse
quence one of the liveliest places in
II. II. (Icitnn, recently of Drake I'ni
verslt.v, Des.Molnes, lu., was among the
new students who registered this
1 YOUNG MEN ... 1
B Don't fall to look at the fine
& line of Men's Suits and Over- s
H coats from $7 to $20 at the
EWING CLOTHING CO.
- 5-7 O Street. m" n
Archie IdttU r reglsti red from l)outic
a few (lavs ago, ami ., mv n. ,,,
ncss headed fur tin- I ni islfv.
moug the sliuhiiis reghicilng
from Lincoln for next semester aie
Until Mehirlund, IIcsmIc Davis, (I race
Kdmlslcu, Lulu Kiillcrton, Ituth Ovveu,
Kdna Hurley, .laineH (ainphtdl, Hiniir,
rpton,' Ocorgc Klmhull, Adam Spurk,
Mary Marnhlll, Pearl MUhop, llo.v Ml
Holt, Mclllc Ingalls, hole Poston", mid
Mr. A. T. Mell or the University
will have charge or Hie Motuny work,
beginning with next semester.
AI'DITOIMl'M PUNK KIT,
The Young Men's Hoard or Trade or
Lincoln have about completed ar
rangements for a grami promenade
concert und hull to be given .lanuury
'JH, ut Assembly chamber, for the ben
ellt of the Auditorium fund, The mu
sic for this occasion will lie furnished
by the 1'lillhnrinonlc orchestra, under
the leudershlp of Prof, August Huge
now, und us everything else will he In
keeping, this Insures mi entertainment
or u high order, both musically and so
cially. The committee in charge ex
tend u very cordial Invltulloii to the
men of the I'nlvcislty ami their In
dies to at tend this concert mid ball,
ami In this manner help out the iuli
torluni fund ami thcrehv scenic the
erection of u building In the clt, that
will furnish ample aeeommodaf lous
for all I'nlversity exorcises,
WILL HAYi: Til KIM PKTUilX
The (ilcc und Mmijo (dub will meet
tomorrow al'lcriioon to huve their pic
tures taken in u body. They will also
meet in the evening for practice. Mud
tiillesplc ol Ucpiibllean City hus re
turned to tin I'nlversity just in time
to get his face In Hie new picture, lie
Is welcomed buck us u great addition
to the banjo club,
MlL'lity Neut Work Ix Done lly
a photographer who hus u shop ut
lunsoaiii it th st,
Show him your face und he will re
produce him your nice and he will re
Bath House and Sanitarium
Cor. Ilth M Sts., Lincoln. Neb.
Open ut nil hours, Hay and Night.
All forms of bath.
TUMKISH. MUSSIAX t- HOMfAX,
MIS. M. II. & .1. O. KVK1IKTT,
Just a word und we'll be through.
feooiir Sprclul OtToron Noliliy
L'lotlirH which Iihvu Hunt oii.
Nobby Suitings - S15.Q0 up
Full Dress - $10.00 up
Trousers from - S3 ,00 up
Ludwig & Gingery,
Hflim llll.h Art Tnl
ISO" O St. With Ed Young;
Cotrell & Leonard
Albany, New Ycrk.
Makers of the..,.
CAPS, GOWNS and HOODS
To tilt inerlcan Colleges and I'ni
vcrsltlo. Illustrated manual, samples
prices, etc., upon request, downs for
tin pulpit and the bench.
-T"T" -"" - -
It's Cold . .
Buy Underwear while
you can get what you
Buy Oloaks while the
assortm't is complete.
We think we have
what you want.
Come and see us.
MILLER & PAINE.
Special Event in the
All our Ladies' $2 50 shoes, including 25 diff
erent styles in lace and button, coin and nar
row square toes, patent and stock tips, welt
and turn soles, every shoe in the lot a good
value at $2 50, while they last, a pair....
We name the above price on these goods in
order to clear stock for inventory and with
such an object in view cost or value are never
considered at "THE BIG STORE "
are daily arriving and pret
tier, daintier patterns, col
orings and designs were;
never seen in Lincoln. All
the latest novelties in all
wool, silk and wool and
wool mixtures are shown;
here. We earnestly solicit
Sole Agents for Butterick's Patterns and Publications....
The Nebraska University
School of Music
OI'TKMS CO.MPLKTK COl'MSKS IN
TIIK KOLI.OWINd MMANCIIKS:
Harmony. Counterpoint. Illstor.v.den
era'l Thcor.v, Sight Heading.
If you are thinking of studying music investigate the merits of this school,
WILLIABD KIMBALL, Director.
Mr. Albert Tttrpin's
Now open for Season IhOT-OS.
Adult classes every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Juvenile. Wednesday t P. M.,
Saturdays', !i P. M. Assemblies every Thursday eve.
Hall for rent. Special rates to clubs and fraternities. Call at IVM N St.,
for terms, etc. OHli'o hours U ao 1 1:110 a. m. :.' to 5 p. m,
For circulars, sample policies and
ratcij call on
G. If. NOBLE, Munugcr,
1040 0 street. Lincoln. Neb,
CL0AK AND slJIT
we are showing all that is
new, pretty and servicable
in ladies' waists, wrappers,
etc. Endless varieties of
st'le, color and texture
and all quoted at the same
low prices that have made
"The Big Store" famous
throughout the state.
OPFKKS PMKK ADVANTUlKS
NOT Kor.Nl) KLSKWIIKKK.
Kree. Scholarship in nil Departments.
Militar.v Hand Training,
The First National Bank
Capitol - - 5400,000
I). I). MTU!, H. S. KMKKMN,
" W. C. PHILLIPS Ass't Cashier
C. V, SMITH. JOHN II. AMKS,
. (. WILSON, I). I). Ml IK,
t. K. PKKKINS, (. J. KMNS'l,
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