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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1898)
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1,. 'I'nwlc Ik on tlic force of tlto
'I'lic m-iiioi- prointMiiulf Ih (IhmIiiUmI
for Hit iii-iir riituri'.
Mr. H''" of 1)avl(1 c"' ,H vlHltltf 1'Ih
nim., MIhh Kmi Mt'Cuno.
Mih. M. V. Yonder of Oinnlm Is In Ihu
II . siting with her hou, Hurt. Yonder
MIHH .IchhU' iMorlon oT l iiIIh City Ih
w frlt'ndH In tho UnlverHlty.
flic I'ulverHlty microscope club mot
Vn1m'l".V evening t tin UnlverHlty.
The senior eliiHH will give u. promo
nmlf hi tho Lincoln, Friday evening,
jiroi lliirnett. will not retirn to hln
rlniwes uihiIii HiIh year, IiIh lienlth not
pcrmM iiK" '
Ihv nnii Yore, who Iiiih been very
IIIhIuk ( Iii'IhIiiimh, Ih ho far recovered
,lUt li. cllll Hit ).
Tlie I nlvernlty School of MuhIo gave
a stmlinlH' reeltal at the UnlverHlty
Jinpi'l Wednendny evening.
The -.nelety of electrical engtneerH
will mi 1 1 HiIh afternoon In I'roT. Ow
en's lit tare room at fi o'clock.
)r II. It. Ward has gone to Nollgh,
where he will leetnre on "Tho Life of
tlu Dei-p Sea" at ("Jut oh eouege.
Dr. I. .1. Cook, father of MIhs Har
riet Conk of the University, died hiHt
.Siuuhi.x noon. The funeral took place
Mnniln,, April 'S.
A stock of Huntington special dlo
stamp .stationery has been received by
tlio ( nop. It makoH the prettiest U.
of X. tablet yet seen.
Deri l'ent.er, a former University
student, is now ready to leave with
the Lincoln Light. Infantry of which
lie is a member.
Special discount to students in bi
cycle sundries and repairing. Good
stamlnnrd tires at $5.00 a pair at A. L.
Giranl A. Co., 135 So. 12th St.
A game of ball is also scheduled for
this afternoon between the Freshmen
anil Sophamorc teams but will prob
ably he postponed.
Mr. Maker, manager of the Lincoln
Newspaper Union, gave an interesting
talk before the class in journalism on
the workings of the Newspaper Union.
If j on want the most artistic work
in the line of photographs, Clements,
tho Photographer, nt 129 So. 11th st.,
can do your work to suit you at the
licit MeConnclI, a University stu
dent. U-ft this city last. Thursday to
join tin- company stationed at Superior
when he resides. Mr. McCounell is
first m igeant of the company.
The reason the Racyclc runs easier
than other bicycles is because the
chains runs between tho bearings on
the crank. Step in and examine it nt
A. L. (.irard & Co. 135 So. 12th St.
Last Friday evening the farce, Huns
Von niasii, was given before a largo
ami .ry appreciative audience in Un
ion sniiety imil. Other special fea
tures insult up an excellent program.
H J on want your hair cut artistic
ally and in the latest styles, call on
bam YVesterfleld, 117 North Thirteenth
street. He has had eighteen years' ex
perience with students and guaran
Mr. Fred Cements, lMi. D., was offer
"! n professorship in a college near
Washington, D. C. He declined and
van then offered a salary of $1,800 and
two iishistiints. He again declined and
will stay here another year at least.
Mr Worthy P. Sterns, who took his
masters degree in the department of
politiud nni economic science a year
ufe'j. las been promoted to a full jmy
fellow h.hip in the corresponding de
partment of the University of Chicago.
There will be a joint meeting ot ihe
Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. next Sunday
afternoon. Subject: The student Mis
sionary campaign in Nebraska, Plana
for summer work will be discussed.
All Christian students are urged to attend.
Delta Tau Delta celebrated their
fourth birthduy us a local chapter with
the customary banquet Saturday even
lug. April 23, and also initiated Mr.
Cecil Graham. Hesides the active mem-oi-i-K
jiiany nlumni from tho city and
tnte were present.
f hnncellor MncLean left Monday af
ternoon for Washington, D. C, to at
tend a meeting of a committee on ag
riculture and exueriment stations. Ho
JjgJstgjmprovo the opportunities for
grnduate students wishing to continue
similes in these Hiich,
The meeting announced for last Hat
urday evening was postponed on ac
count of the rain and will occur in the
chapel next Saturday evening. Prof,
llruner will speak fur hoiuo time about
hln vIhII, south. Tho incut lug Ih under
the uiiHjilecH of the Hlginu XI society.
Students who are particular us to
the tippem-unco of their shoes have
tholr repairing done by IT. Capes, prac
tical shoemaker at 133 South 12t?i
street. Ho makes a specialty of ro
pairing round toed shoes and has ape
clal nppuratuH to do it In tho right
In eusu NebriiHka troops- go to the
front, tho NcbruHkan can iishiii-o its
readers of an unexcelled war news Her
vfeo iih It will have several Correspond
CntH who will accompany the troopH
ami Inform the NebraHkan of all items
of Interest hi connection with Univer
The literary societies have followed
the lend of the fraternities and estab
lished an tnter-soelety baseball league.
.Society members nave been practicing
faithfully on the diamond every even
ing during the past week and hope to
mako a good showing when the regu
lar games are played.
It karat gold fountain pons at 00c
each and upwards. History paper 6c
per 100. Students' note books -le each.
Vest pocket German and French dic
tionaries 21c. Full Hue of history
covers, botany noto books, botany pa
per, magnifying glasses, etc., etc.
Art and Music department, Herpol
sbeinier Sr. Co.
The University has just secured a
large collection of cactuses from Mr.
Salter of this city, who was an enthus
iast in collections of this kind. There
are over one hundred arletles in this
collection. The University owes much
to the generosity of Mr. Salter, who
let the University have the collection
at much less than its value.
Mr. .lens Warning, son of the pro
fessor of botany in the University of
Copenhagen, has spent the month of
April In study In the department of
political and economic science. Mr.
Warming has studied economics in
Denmark, and before his return home
next year intends to make visits to the
economic departments of the Univer
sities of Wisconsin, Chicago and Co
lumbia, similar to the ono he has made
Yesterday morning Chancellor Mac
Lean met the members of the Univer
sity batallion in tlie armory after
chapel and read the message from Gov
ernor Holcomb, asking one company
to be formed from among the Univer
sity cadets to go to war. Young men
under twe.nty-ono yurs of age must
secure consent of their parents. Un
dergraduates should not go unless
they felt it their duty. Seniors whose
college work was up to the standard
would receive their diplomas in June
just the same as if they remained and
finished the year's work. Other stu
dents would lose credit for tho last
semester unless work was made up.
later. Lieutenant Stotsenberg im
pressed upon the students the necessi
ty of considering the matter well be
fore they enlisted. He declared it -was
nu easy matter to enlist but would oe
almost an impossibility to get out
when one had enlisted.
government mid reorgain.ii tlie state
militia and put It on a tnum- IiiihIh.
It Ih (hit largely to In . iVorls and
abilities iih an organl.er that the cadet
battalion Iiiih attained Kh present high
Htandard of etlleletiuy.
When those Interested in tho forma
tion of the regiment of hemy artillery,
which Ih ollleered maliil.v h the. Uni
versity boys, were looking for n. coin
mnndor, It was but natural that they
Hhould turn to Captain Dudley as one
In every way lltted to be their leader.
1 1 ICC 10 PT I ON TO TllH llUllATKItS.
Miss llerlha Siuil nud Messrs. link
er and Stiekelt, our debaters who won
the laurels at Colorado Spring, return
ed homo yesterday afternoon. Lust,
night the Union debuting club tender
ed an informal reception to them. A
large crowd gave them an enthusias
tic! welcome home and listened to the
dcHoription of the Interesting points
of the trip. ItesolutloiiH were adopted
thanking tho debaters and pledging
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Y. W. C. A. LUNCH ICON.
The members of tho Young Women's
Christian Association will servo lunch
eon Thursday, May 3, in the armory
from J2 in. to 2 p. in.
Salad. Yeal Loaf. Ham.
Cold Tongue. Sandwiches. Pickles,
lladlshes. Strawberries and Cream.
Cake and Coffee.
Price 25 cents. Everybody Invited.
Miller & Paine.
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More Paris MILLINERY
Koit coast di-:i-m:nsk.
The Nebraskan is in receipt of a
communication ironi Hob Mauley '117,
olllcially announcing that in the event
of serious dllllculty at Atlantic ports
during tlie war, lluitk Mueller, Hurt
Whedon, Georgc.Portcr and the writer
will organize a coast defense.
THE LATICST KLONDIKE INFORMA
TION is valuable to the gold seeker in de
tcriulniuir his route to Alaska. The
Great Hook Island Route is prepared
to give the latest and best information
of water lines, rates and routes from
Paciilc coast ports to Copper river and
Klondike and can ticket you through.
Personally conducted Rook Isiand
Tourist Car Excursion to Portland,
Oregon, leaves Lincoln, Neb., every
Friday, ulYordlng best and cheapest
means of reaching Puge Sound points.
Procure up-to-duto details of a trip to
Alaska by addressing F. P. Rutherford
C P. A., Lincoln, Neb.
t;;" -J W.lU3Mffimm
To Grand Encampment Mining Dis
The Union Paciilc will sell tickets
at one fare for the round trip, plus
$5.00, from all points i Kansas, Ncb
branska, Colorado and Utah to Raw
lins, Wyo. Dates on which tickets
will be sold are 1st and 3d Tuesday
in May, June, July, August, Septem
ber, October nnd November. Stage line
daily except Sunday each way be
tween Rawlins and grand encamp
ment. For full information call on or
address E. 11. Slosson, General agent.
CAl'T. DUDLEY JN THE CITY.
Cunt. Edirar S. Dudley, L. S. A.,
the department of Dakota, will bo in
the city today at 11 o'clock. Captain
Dudley will be remembered as the first
commandant of the University cadets
having first been assigned to duty
with tlie cadets in 1670, when lie organ
ized the military department, and
again in 1881 when lie perfected the or
ganization of University battalion, se
cured the appropriation for the ar
mory building and superintended its
It was while btatloned at the Univer
sity at this time thut Captain Dudley
instituted the Adjutant General's ouicc
as a separate department of tho state
Send your address to H. E. Hucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
particularly enecuvc in tne cure oi
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluiiblc. They arc
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
deleterious substance and to be purely
vegetable. They do not weaken by
their action, but bv civimr tone to the
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Regular size25c pr box.
Sold by J. H. Harley, Druggist.
The $21.05 second class rate Lincoln
to Portland, Tacoma, and Seattle.
Tickets on tho rebate plan by tho
Union Pacific. Tourist sleepers and
chair cars aro run dally. City ticket
office, 1044 O street.
Hat Designed by Mmc. Carllcr.
(Copyright 1S9S, The Riildwln Syndicate.)
FROM THE LARGE LINE OF THESE PATTERNS ALREADY SHOWN
YOU MAY HE AULE TO FORM SOME IDEA OF THE NUMRER OF
STYLES WE CARRY, HUT IK YOU HAVE NOT AS YET VISITED THE
DEPARTMENT, YOU'LL FIND THAT
TO DO SO WILL HE MUCH .uORE SATISFACTORY THAN JUDGING
PROM WHAT YOU II. .VE SEEN IN PRINT. A VISIT ENAHLES YOU TO
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IZE AMI AT IT MEANS TO PROCURE STRICTLY HIGH-CLASS MILLIN
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