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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1898)
i juocais. f
ll o iimr Hiih- Ihinc bull loam Is
nhrnii.v out at practice.
liM ila DiiHoIh spout several days
i Iht ln'iu. In Ashland litis WOt'U.
Ml,., Mn, Colstin tr Iht omiHonalory
j, filing"! her home. In l-'rouumt.
,lll i 'til vcr has Just, returned fmm
im-iin'-x ',P Ati'lilson iukI ICtni-
l,r. (). II. Ilmviuiiu, 'III, of tln Wa
u,il mIuioIs, spout. Saturday at. the
Dm i:oiott gave Ills Uotu lirotliors
., swimming party nt the. sanitarium;
mi In-' Sntninln.v ovoninjjr.
K,s,.n Henry mid Harry H. Smith
nn. u,.uiiig Alplm Tlielii ('lit pins.
Tlu'j vv,'n' Initiated lnMt r'rlday ovou
iuif. Dli-.-. tiir Kimball wont, to St, Louis
lust mU on business connected with
tl,t Oi mini exposition. Mrs. Kimball
jjiciiini unlet! him.
Tin' Mromsburg high school is
niniiiu' ilio schools which have rccunt
)x ni.vicil I'ror.'l'nvlor's "Kxeivlsos in
Poliii. I Keniiiuny.
A k of Huntington special die
lnin' lationery 1ms boun received by
tl. (...p. It makes thu prettiest U.
of Y i blot yet soon.
Id, mother of liny Cusliimiu, 'us,
diitl ' -i Monday evening. Tlio stu-,1,-ti
t Minis of Mr. (,'iisliiiiiin express
ili.-ii post synipntliy.
Mi -. T. .lonos, who is teaching nt
,1 .kti. was u guest of ilr. llow
nnl unlay. Ho will outer tlio Unl
MTsit i tit coming year.
H i .il discount to students in lit
ricli' nnilrios and repairing. Good
siinili'iiid tiros nt $5.00 a pair nt A. L.
(iiiiinl A Co., 1.15 So. 12th St.
Ibiiwy l.andis was called out of
llif tin lust. Saturday by the. illness
of his mother. Uc returned again to
the 1 nborslty on Wednesday.
Thi i is no better known bicycle in
the . i. i oi ry than the Syracuse. One
irnnli- "ii l mid that is $50. K. K. Mor
rison .nut l o.. tlti So. Thirteenth st.
Tin M.iNwells tomorrow evening de
Imii' i In ipiostion: itesolvod. that, tlio
ivii i iitision of the supreme court
in ill. -.isc of Eugene Moore was nn-lu-i
"Iriiinx bicycles are high in price
Ihv.uis.' they are constructed on cx-jH-iism
principles. You can sec them
m I. It. Morrison's, 110 South Thir
Dm IM-rett drove in from Chicago
mi l:it 'rimrsday evening, March 17,
It .ippi-ars that he came for the cx
nvss purpose of attending the lad-ii-s'
If .Mm want the most artistic work
in tlio line of photographs, Clements,
tlio Photographer, at 129 So. 11th St.,
can tin vour work to suit vou at the
LOW I :sT prices.
l'-i'.i Thetu I'i Jiad . an initiation
Mon. i.i night. The initiates were
Hmlil (iillespie of Republican City,
larl Hi-yhtol of .Friend and George
Wiln ii nf Wayne.
Iiiiln-1-t .lciikins, who has been look
ing ..iit business interests of his
fiitl.ii in this and other states for
tlie .isi two mouths, has returned to
t;:l.i- i.p his work again.
K.ippa Sigma has moved its heart-ii.n-.is
from 1S01 X street to 142
Non' I -iitli street, the former prop
'it '.iving been sold to parties who
li'Mi' iuiuiediiite possession.
Tin' reason the Raeyele runs easier
than other bicycles is because the
chains runs between the bearings on
the i. ink. Step in and examine it at
A. I. t.ir.ird fc Co. 135 So. 12th St.
T. I' Mnguiro has d roped from the
final .'. , intes on account of sickness.
Hi- iit Y. W. (.'. A. will entertain
Hie I i i torsi ty Y. W. C. A. at 143 South
1'lti ill street tomorrow evening.
He aid. '00, from the Chi-
. icdical college, passed through
' i last week on his way to his
u Osceola and stopped to shake
ith his rnivcrsity friends.
J'.eachlcy, a former student of
Moiily, iaid a tlslt to his old
sity friends last week. They
knew him on account of a
"f which he is the proud posses-
i lie people who bought bicycles
.u- are riding llayciclcs this
What other wheel can show as
:i reeonlV There is only one
wheel in the city with a. good
(,' I :
Tin members of the 1'hi Kappu l'si,
to.'.i ,,-r with visitinir altimui. will
Willi ite the third anniversary of the
loiiniiiiiir of their ehntitcr at a bun
pii'i t be given at the chapter house
If ton want your hair cut artiatic
all.v iind in the latest styles, call on
Sni WcHtcrilold, 117 North Thirteenth
strc-t. He has had eighteen years' ex
lMJriciiPe with students and guuran
l'if. W. (i. J.. Taylor has n highly
t'litfi mining article in the March num
ber i.f (j1(. Annals of American Ac'iul
ein.t of political and Social Science,
wiln led, "A .Misgiilduil lMiiloKopher in
'" I'tclil of Keonomlcs."
Ju Hie const ruction of the Trinity
" 1' not conllue our attention to any
"o point. All parts alike are dcvclop
'' to a perfection unknown in any
"Hnr wheel, k. it. Morrison and Co.,
HO South Thirteenth.
' V. Sehtvart, J. C. McXIsh, Itob-w-t
Jenkins and llnrrv llowlby went
down to ( ..e Tuosday night to at
b'tid the play given there by tho jun-'"iii-
class of Jiouii college. They rc
"oiioii to Lincoln tho next morning.
1" WniTcn of Minden will have
Winiee 0f tho st'lcnce round table of
the central Js'ebrasku teacliers nsso-
elatlon which inoots at. TCcnrnoy next,
ttoek lie will also have uu exhibit oi
science- work at the. Omnhu exposi
tion. Hot. Mr, Whltnioi'o of tho American
anti-saloon league, gnv a short talk
in the chapel Monday morning. He
would like to have the co-operation of
the student body ui a question that
ho felt involved all economic and polit
The base ball boys are already hat
ing their share of accidents. Max
lilebuiau fractured his kneo while
sliding ami no will probably piny no
more ball this season. "JJutuh ' Wells
is also laid up for a few days with a
split linger nail.
Students who are particular as to
the appearance, of their shoes have
their repairing done by H. Capes, prac
tical shoemaker at. 133 South 12th
street. Ho makes a specialty of re
pairing round toed shoos and bus spe
cial apparatus to do it in the right
Paul l'loy, 't3, was at tho University
last week. Ut is practicing law In
Omaha now, having nought out. the
law practice of Ills brother, Alfred
I'lev. Ml?, wlwt Imu irillli. ill l.mtir lut.
- -- ",'. ""', ! ...1.1 f,r ,.r ...'p ,i
and to locate. I'aul is also of the law
..I ! ! I I ., ...
viiikn in .t iiiki ii iiieuioer oi ine rut
1-1 l(n nil. inilil fiiinilniii nitiiu n linn
each and upwards. History paper tic
per UK). Students' note books 4c each.
tost pocKci (icrmun nun cronon die-
tionai'ioM ''to. Full line of lilvtorv
outers, botany noto books, botany pa
per, mnguirying glasses, etc., etc.
Art and Music departments llcrpol
sheliuor S- Co.
(lot your pictures and photographs
framed In our art and music depart
ment. We iiuiko you a lower price on
good work than any one in Lincoln.
Full line of music at 5e per copy, in
cluding mandolin, guitar and violin
music. All the lntest songs at less
than half the published prices. Art
and Music department, Jleriiolshcim-
or iV Co.
Lust Satiii-ilnv cvcnltnr tlm l 11. iyr
discussed the Mayor Craham case, W.
I . drccn and .1. Hoyl were on tho'af
lirmativc and Messrs. Campbell and
Wossol on the noinitite stile nf tin.
(piostiou. The club was honored by
the nrosenco of the I'nioii bovs. Mes
srs. I'artcr, Hopewell, Xorth iind llar-
nor unucu wnii tne ciuo. urowtii anil
dctolopmout are synoinyms of the
lour iciiers r. ii. n. i. mi account ot
the preliminary debates there will be
no meeting tomorrow evening.
SKNIOU CLASS MEKTIXti.
The Senior Class meeting last Mon
day was productive of results in so
much as the "Class Hook" was report
ed "progressing" and the Senior 1'aity
:i certainty. '1 he mooting assembled
in good order. Dean Kindlcr was
present, also Mueller the Hunk, lliley
and rortcr aosent. Will -McKay re
ported that ho had consulted with
himself regarding the tablet proposed
to Commemorate the graduation of
the class of ninty-eight, and found the
plan entirely feasible- as the tnniut-
would only cost $2.49. This announce
ment was received with hearty ap
plause. However when Mr. Pearson
reported thnt every member would be
expected to pay 25 cents toward the
Class l'artv the smiles fell, and silence
reigned. boon Mr. bpencer arose,
gently fractured tho prevailing still-1
ness, and said: "The invitations the i
committee have ordered, will not be .
cheap things; not like those of the
Class of '07, but something nice, some
thing tve will be proud to send to our
relatives and friends throughout this
KTent commonwealth." He continued
after taking a few whiffs of air: c
ordered tho finest ones that .Mr.
Wright's nice man had in stock. In
order to obtain the 0 cent rates two
thousand were ordered, but we expect
to sell many, many more. A syste
matic cantass of the class will soon be
commenced so kindly oe prepared to
hand in your orders." Mr. Spencer
added before taking his seat: "Notice
my adv. in the Xebraskan." This re
port was duly accepted by the delight
ed Seniors anil placed on file.
The Class Hook was the subject of
in licit discussion. The Seniors are mak
ing a profound secret of the exact na
ture of the lMMik. Seniors ought to
hand in sketches of their lives to mem
bers of the committee if they wish
their reputations sated and n piece of
(lattery inserted. This docs not mean
a thousand word biography, but mere
ly a sketch containing nil the nice
things the said Individual ever did,
ami all he expects to do- whether en
gaged or not or if ho expects to le,
kindly indicate by a star. Tho com
mittee wishes each one to attend to
this as soon as possible as innumer
able complications will arise from an
KANSAS WANTS TO PLAY BALL.
The following is taken from the
Kansas University Weekly of March
)Do you want to see a gumo with Ne
braska? If so, put down your name
and the number of tickets you will
take at 25 cents each.
This Ib the straight forward busi
ness proposition that the baseball
management put to the Universty
public in a paper which is being cir
culated about the campus, and every
loyal student will answer it in the
affirmative, and take an tne ticKets no
can use or dispose of to his friends.
Manager Snydor has "been negotiat
ing with the Nebraska team for souie
inm n.lntive. to a cniuo in Lawrence
and has now settled with tho team to
play here on the 7th of May, provided
the sum of $75 can bo raised to pay
for their railroad and hotel expenses.
In order to llx the game positively,
however, Mr. Snydor must give a guar
antee to Nebraska during the coining
week that these expenses will be met.
The treasury being empty tho mana
ger litis thought best to consult tho
HtutlontH and m, bustttn 11U ,H fl7
VIW.SIIIK UU Hi ,11
voi!e!nv.::: ' 'v.1-r .-. " v
. i u U,,,J "" l mvorslty,
but the wh,.i, t0Wn of 1 mrcneo will
I nltoislt.t , ,s i,(i ror ,,,,, . b .
tie royal, (lll, nc rlv(; Kt ij
qulsh before ,, others, snld a proml.
!,.V,i..,SV,V,','1 "", ,M,W """ entlnwIiiHt
.. A r " V;,,H "!' '" Wiu'oln mid
We will -i,w them.- said he, "that
"V 'IWHI the Kaunas University
hull Held ,s , (i, t.i!inmtti of the
prize ring. M,1 that, in tictorv or do
feat, a. lair lll( ohlvalroiis spirit ore-
tadCS Otir . Inwil. ,m.l u I.. ....i.i.
w t i tlie ulliletio grounds as well as
within the college, walls."
PUOMOTION KOlflllSS KLLI0TT.
Miss Stella .jtt, who assisted in
tlio girls gtinnasiuni work hero last
year, has recently been elected assist
ant, physical director In (lie Stale Uni
versity at ( ullliiibiivi niiti. 'I't. .......:...
, I S-...W, IIIU1UIIIUIV
"l tt.vmiuisiiim (here are just being
finished. Tint are tery extensive and
are being thoroughly lltted out. Miss
hllitltt Will IlilVll unl.i ..,.... ..f .1...
girl s department.. Tim Columbus DIs-
piieu in spinning ot tho director and
MNs K Molt, si.vs: '"riiiiv i... t. ...,
liiirlil.v roooiuinondod mul tin. I ,,,...
shy Is to bo congratulated on securing
the sort loos or two such able directors
for these now departments. They tiro
now engaged in assisting the bul'lding
eommitttoo in purchasing equipment
apparatus."- Those who know of Miss
Klllnttt's faithful work In the State
I nltorsity of Nebraska will bo well
pleased to hoar of her success.
The Universities of Kansas and Mis
souri will inaugurate a joint debate
tonight at. Lawrence, Kan. The in
come tax will be the subject for discussion.
For circulars, sample policies and
rates call on
G. H NOBLE, .Vanagcr,
f040 0 street. Lincoln. Nek.
The First National Bank
Capital - - 400,000
D. D. MUIK, H. S. FREEMAN,
W. C. PIIILLIPS Ass't Cashier
" . JOHN H. AMES,
r. c. Wilson, d. d. muir,
C E. PERKINS. C. J. ERNST.
Gotrell & Leonard
Albany, New York.
Makers of the..,.
CAPS, GOWNS and HOODS
To tho American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, samples
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
tlio pulpit and the bench.
Corner Drug Store
Proscriptions Carefully Compounded.
COWLES & GRrEVISH,
Tenth and Q Street.
For line PHOTOGRAPHS go to
New Popular Priced
$1.00 per doz. and up,
Wo guarantee to please you. Call
and see our work, get our prices and
give us a trial. Our motto is to
pleaEO all customers.
32 South 12th Street, - Lincoln, Neb.
are Just as curable ss other t&eascs.
Treated exclusively by
J. 5. LtONHARDT, M. D.
OFFICE, 1437 O Street. Lincoln. Nebraska.
UOUBB.a to 0 daily, except Sundays.
Crayons, Water Colors. Frame MhiIo to
Order. Vluvrs ot dwellings iimilo on
short notice, 8(erlal rtes to studenlH
In icroupsor single..,.
T. W. TOWN8END, l'liotograplier.
330 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Veh.
This season we are
giving particular at.
tention to our Kid
Glove department. W
ask particular atten
tion to the choice
styles and exceptional
values we offer at
$1, $1.25$, and 1.50
Miller & Paine.
Thursday, Friday & Sal. of This Week.
NEW SPRING HATS.
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TMK niOKKST. DMNTIF.ST NM) MOST ( INC CKKATIOXS OP
TUB LKADIMi I' VIUS MII.MXBI5S.
Tli latest ereatlnns of Franeois, (ainille linger, Mare.scot Soeurs,
Julia Delniotte, Mesclaiues Josse, l'ouyanue, Colonib, Mlchlewiez
M'tivee, Cariillne Keliattx and Mons. Yirot, Felix, 1'aul Virot and
Uertlie. Prlees range upward from $10.00 to 20.00.
We also show about -100 stylish hats, the product of the best Xew
York Millinery Makers, at from $1.50 to $7.50. The choicest $0.50
lints ever shown. The loveliest $5.00 hats imaginable. The hand
somest $3.50 hats in the city, and for $2.75 a stylish affair that will
rival its higher priced sister in effect.
We cordially imite the attendance of every one.
School of Music
OFFERS COrPLETE COURSES IN
THE FOLLOWING BRANCHES:
Harmony, Counterpoint, History.Gen
eral Theory, Sight Reading.
OFFERS FREE ADVANTAGES
NOT FOUND ELSEWHERE.
Free Scholarship in all Departracsat
Military Band Training,
Teachers Wanted &.Ttzl:
We can use 00 this month. No commission
charged on salary. Address, T1IK UOi'
KHS TKACHKUrt' AUKNC?, Lock llox
g90, Chicago, 111.
If you are thinking of studying music Investigate the merits of this scfeool,
WILLIABD KIMBALL, Director.
Mr. Albert Tttrpin's
Now open for Season 1897-98.
Adult classes every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Juvenile, Wednesday 4 P. IL,
Saturdays, 2 P. M. Assemblies every Thursday eve.
Hall for rent Special ratea to clubs and fraternities. Call at 1132 N St.,
for terms, etc. Office hours 9 no 11:30 a. in. 2 to 5 p. m.
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