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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1898)
.' Hooincr spout Sunday ith his
parent In Beatrice.
IImm Jessica M orpin snout. Sunday
nt i,(.r home In Hebron.
MNs (icrtnido llimson, Kali-bury, Is
,iliiu' Miss Annie Smart.
Wnnl lllhlreth, I'hl Kappa PhI, Is
siting his fraternity brotliers.
u . Stringer was in Lincoln this
(.,. iltlng his rntverslty friends.
ss Mabel Metcnlf is back in school
nftei a week's absence from Illness.
15. S. linker has given np his work in
the university on account of ill health.
Tlie college sett lenient has received
)!,,. welcome donation of a uunibor of
.cuiiuur room lias been pro
wit h handsome and coinfortn
the luMulllnjr of tontfl nnd onmp cuip
uge. I.lent. StolHenbcrg proposoH to
give the ondyls Instruction In real
army life an far as the materials at
hand will penult
Phil llussell came down front Omaha
last nlRht to attend the Pht Delta
Thetn alumni banquet. Saturday even
ing. 11. ('. l'nrnielec will also come up
from Beatrice this afternoon to at lend
the wiine function.
The astronomical class doing work
In astro-physles are taking photo
graphs of the moon by means of a
camera attached to the telescope.
Some of the photos will be enlarged
and placed on exhibition among the
I'lilvciHlty work at the TrnnstjiHLj
Students who are particular as to
the appearance of their shoes have
their repairing dono by II. Capes, prac
tical shoemaker at. i;i3 South 12th
street, lie makes a specialty of im
pairing round toed shoes and hns spe
cial apparatus to do It. in the light
( luni'cllor Mael.can left this morn
ing i "' a trip llirouirh the western
port i 'he state.
Mi- .letTrexs, 'tis, was called to Tc
vww I' 'his week to assume the prln-
clpiiWup of the high school.
C -M SUiles of '1)2, attorney at law In
ri- spoilt Sunday in Lincoln
nniou- his old college friends.
Ueincinber the place, to buy the best,
hieule. that is, the Unyeyele, is nt. A.
I,, (iirard Co. ia So. IBtli St,
ltn-c hall men of the freshmen class
are ordered to come out. and practice
Snturdn.i morning at. 10 o'clock.
Nellie ( lark. '05. assistant, principal
oi the Wahoo high school, spent Sun
da m(1i her family in this city.
MKm llertha DuTeil and Lavinia
Steele were initiated by the Delta Del
ti. lVHa irateroity Saturday night.
Mivs Kthlyn Barolay of Council
lVn tT-. who bus been the guest of her
lister. Mivs Mary Barclay, '00, return
ed li'iuc Monday.
A vtnek of lluutingtou special die
stamp stationery has been received by
the i o-np. It makes the prettiest U.
of N. tablet yet seen.
Special discount, to students in bi
pjrle sundries and repairing. Good
Maudnnrd tires at $5.00 a pair at. A. L.
Ciirard A Co., 13.'. So. 42th St,
At the Junior class meeting held last
l'rid Frank ltaln was elected base
lml I manager. Mr. Rain is a hustler
ami will prove a good manager.
Wanted By the Century Pen Co. of
Whitewater. Wis., agents for their
jK-n in every de parlment of the Uni
ieriiy of Nebraska, Write them.
M. Wetzel of Omaha, sister of
Mi- Kilna Wetzel of the University,
umic down to attend the basket ball
wmic and remained over until Tuesday
If you want the most artistic work
in the line of photographs, Clements,
the Photographer, at 129 So. lltli sU,
can do vour work to suit you nt the
LOW EST prices.
Pruf. Barber gave a lecture on
"Iti.iiie" last Saturday evening in the
Hi.. pel. The lecture was illustrated
wiih siereoptieou views, which were
i the joint meeting of the Y. M.
in.-' Y. V. C. A., held in the chapel
S.i i, lay at 4 o'clock, each of the dele
jM'x to the Cleveland convention ad-
li. -scd the meeting.
'I he reason the Raeyolc runs easier
limn other bicycles is lictfause the
flmiiiK rniiK between the bearings on
tin I'liink. Step in and examine it nt
A. I,, (jirard &. Co. 135 So. 12th St.
We have all the very latest songs,
"The Heroes Who Sank With the
Maine," 18 cents; "Cinderella White,"
1H cents; "My Honey Lou," 19 cents.
Music department, Herpolsheinicr &
The student and laeulty of the
School of Agriculture were pleasantly
entertained by Chancellor MacLean.
At the suggest ion of the chancellor an
organization of those present was ef
fected. Tf you want your hair cut artistic
ally and in the latest styles, call on
Sam Westerfield, 117 North Thirteenth
hi root, Jle has had eighteen years' ex
perience with students and guaran
tees sat isf act ion.
The Gardner Tailoring company do
first class Work at reasonable prices.
new spring suitings in. Sultorlum op
en day and night. Furnishing goods
department open evenings. Corner
llth and O. Phone 708.
Companies B and C were given some
practical instruction lust Monday in
The faculty of the University School
of Music gae a recital in the chapel
Wednesday evening. The program
was composed entirely of music from
Grieg's compositions and all the selec
tions were enjoyable. Those, who'took
part were Messrs. llngenow.Rnndolph,
Misses Perkins, Treat, Seollcld and
Hooks by Kev. Charles M. Sheldon.
"In His Steps" and "The Cmeiflxion
of Philip Strong," pnjier covers, 18
cents each. Fountain pens, 09 cents
each. History paper, 0 cents per 100
sheets. History covers, tablets, note
books and college, supplies at. lowest
llgures. Hook and Stationery depart
ment, Horpolsheimer it Co.
Dr. and Mrs. F. M; Fling went, down
to Palmyra Friday night, where Dr.
Fling gave a lecture. His talk, which
was under the auspices of the Clmtau
qua Circle, was on Hie interesting
points in the life of Miralwau, as gath
ered in his travels and researches last
summer, in Paris and throughout
O. W. Meier won the Sentcr (hiaint
aucc and Lchnier prize in the oratoric
al contest held in Union hall Saturday
evening. The title of Mr. Meier's ora
tion was "The Heritage of Our llevo
lutionary Fathers." There was but one
other contestant, Mr. W. J. Hovce,
whose subject was "The Fate of an
ELECT111CAL ENGINEERS' BAN
QUET. The Senior elnss of the Electrical
Engineers enjoyed themselves at a
banquet last Friday evening, given at
the Delta Tan Delta rooms, HIS O
street. The engineers enjoyed greatly
the banquet and the toasts, which fol
lowed, and when they were ready to
leave it was well on toward the mid
night hour. Beside the regular niem-1km-s
of the class Profs. Owens, and
Browne, and Mr. Randall were present.
tiif Miwnrcr snow
Interest ... iu Indie inlUHtrelH in
creases as the time foi ihe perform
anoc approaches ()nj on.- more week
remains ami then, the students will
have the privilege of attending the
first ladies' minstrel show ever ghen
In the West. nvery afternoon and
evening the armory rings with darkey
melodies ami the floor resounds with
the continuous clog dancing. A num
ber of the girls have become quite ex
pert, in the Durktown dances, and one
of the features of the show will bo hot
time jigs ami original Southern coon
steps. The work In this line Is under
the direct, supervision of Mr. Wllklns
of the Sugar School, and the work of
the girls thus far rellects great credit
on their instructor.
ADMIRES THE REPORT.
Prof. W. T. Langworthy Taylor has
written to the. monetary eoinmlsslon
appointed by President. MeKinlcy con
cerning their recent report, lie ex
pressed himself as highly pleased with
all the commission has done, and com
mends the report as a. wise measure.
Prof. Taylor summaries his opinion
in this maimer:
"The. commission could not have
dono less; it wo ihl have been unwise
for them to attempt to do more. The
simplicity and thoroughness of their
report, will make it. a classic."
NOTICE TO SENIORS.
lpiiKi linnd vour nhoto with 50
cent.s to aii3' member of the book com
mittee. Those who have negatives
taken this week or next please leave
photo at Elite studio. Committee,
Misses Lytic, Green, Messrs. Cutter,
Burgei-t and Gage.
ALL FAVOU THE BIG MEET.
Prof. Hastings is just beginning to
receive replies to circulars sent out to
western colleges last week in lvgard
to the proposed Trans-Mississippi
athletic meet. at. Omaha this spring.
Although a week has elapsed since the
invitations wore sent out six colleges
have already responded. All are favor
able to the enterprise and manifest
great interest in the tilg event. Those
heard from are as follows: Wosleyan
University, Tarkio college, the Uni
versity of Omaha. Midland college,
Doanc college and the University of
This season we ae
giving particular at.
tention to our Kid
Glove department. We
ask particular atten
tion to the choice
styles and exceptional
values we offer at
$1, $1,25$, and 1.50
Miller S; Paine.
WOOL . . .
Asthe spring season advances the popularity of our assortment
creases, the volume of business becomes greater and everything points
the fact th.it we have the right, goods at the right time and nt the right
SF.MOll P150M COMMITTEE.
The membership of the Senior Prom
enade committee was announced and
posted Saturday afternoon (March .).
It will consist of eleven members,
with the exception of the chairman.
The nicnilKM-s arc llendy, chairman,
Miss Noron, Miss Cropsey, Mr. Bob
bins, Mr. Haggard, Vergil Barber, Miss
Veda Wilson, Miss Jennie Barber, Mr.
Belknap, Mr. Wilkinson, Miss Jeffrey
and Mr. Edward Morrison. .
WASH . : .
lndispensible for summer or evening wear. All that is dainty, rich
and beautiful in color, texture and design, all that is new, popular and ser
viceable, and all that fashion demands for the coming season are here rep
resented. We can't describe them. Come and see them.
Everybody Says So.
Cascarcts Candy Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of tho ago, pleas
ant nud refreshing to tho taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the cntiro system, dispel colds,
cure hcconclie, fever, habitual constipation
and b'.A'. ness. Plcaso buy and try a box
ofC.CC u.uiiy; lO.SV.AOccnt. tsoluand
guaranteed to euro by all druggists.
Gotrell & Leonard
Albany, New York
Makers ot the..,.
If you seek the "proper things" for spring and summer vrcar in Shirts,
Collars, Tics, Half-hose. etc.. etc., and are desirous of economizing in the
purchase of same, you cannot afford to overlook our new Men's Furnish
ing floods department.
CAPS, GOWNS and HGODS
To tho American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, Bamples
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
the pulpit and the bench.
AOENTS FOR BUTTEBICK'S PATTERNS AND
School of Music
Most complete and
OFFERS COMPLETE COURSES IN
THE FOLLOWING BRANCHES:
Harmonv, Counterpoint, Hlstory.Gen
erai Theory, Sight Reading.
OFFERS FREE ADVANTAGES
NOT FOUND ELSEWHERE.
Free Scholarship in all Department
Military Bond Training,
If you are thinking of studying music investigate the merits of this schiol.
WILLIAED KIMBALL, Director.
I YOUNG MEN ... 1
H Don't fail to look at the fine Eg
1 line of Men's Suits and Over- 2
! coats from $7 to $20 at the j
EW1NG CLOTHING CO. 1
Mr. Albert Turpiti's
Now open for Season 1897-98.
Adult classes every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Juvenile, Wednesday iP.1L,
Saturdays, 2 P. M. Assemblies every Thursday eve.
Hall for rent. Special rates to clubs and fraternities. Call at 1132 N St,
for terms, etc. Office hours 9 ao 11:30 a. in. 2 to 5 p. m.
circulars, sample policies and
rates call on
0. If. NOBLE, Manager,
(040 0 street. Lincoln. Neb.
The First National Bank
Capitol - - 400,000
D. D. MUIR, H. S. FREEMAN,
W. C. PHILLIPS Ass't Cashier
" " JOHN H. AMES,
ifr. C. Wilson, d. d. mute,
C E. PESKIN8, C. J, ERNST,
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