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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1898)
A WooWy NVwsrmjKM- ThhihmI Hvwy
Friday Noon by Mie I'n.lvenslty
Knteml as Second Class Mail Mutton
Geo. h. Txnvue.
M. 1. Stewart HdWor Nc Dupt.
John T. Summer sm-1nto Kdltor
Kdfr.ir 11. Clark sMielnto lulltor
A. . UiseholV Woeinte Kdltor
A. M. Hull Cnrtoontet.
.Kdltor LoenH l)ipt.
. . . -.ieut'U Kditur
. . . ssiu'latt' I'M '.tor
. . . s-.M-lali1 r.ilitov
. . . Assoo'oto Kdltor
("Una ll.iinnioud. .
(ieoie M.I l l!l' 1 1 . . .
35. I). million...
T. III .mil ..
!'. I ( liiiu'iiis.
. . MH'l:it K.litor
httir liiitin. Pent
The NebrasUnn will be sent to tiny
ndtlre-va upon receipt of the wiibs-vrin-tion
price, which Is one dollar a year.
Contributions are solicited from all.
News items such as locate, personals,
.'ports of meetings, etc., arc especial
ly desired. The NebrasUnn will be
glad to print any contribution rela
tive to a general university subject,
but the name must accompany all
A (hirers all communications to the
Nebraska!!, University of Nebraska.
HASTINCS PROVES VERY FASY.
(I'onilimeil from I'iiko l
weaker tSlmn he wos expevted to le.
lie made one or two Imd fumbles,
'M in mure importum. kiviiics
woii'Jd lmve Iweu ratiher futnl. In tilio
sveoiwl 'lm-ir. ICI.-iotl, a prouuct of Mm
Ll.-tulii lilfilh Milionl, w-sis put In and
did jjtiml wtrk. lie Iw imt n heavy tn
Urn I'M, biM uts tmnuiid' bettor,
llraln ti iwl Mebnian were iiw put
in In- tHie weoiul 'lmlf, and Iwitli almwvd
very well. Drain was ut. ihalf, wlihh
was a uvw place for him, n lie ilrtm
been woi-klwir nM Mil' time for quarter.
It In powWile Hmi lie Willi be pliuycd
In MiIk position at tlmo heronftei.
In In'klnjr of Che jjtttuo (Ywieh Yot
i-Npivwil hiqimelf as well ploiised wltlli
t'he nivi liner in wlieii the twin kHiowihI
up. lie alvo tHi ink that tlhe teiiui
will wh tonmrnmv im tlhe game with
Aiue.H. Of onrwo tilie Anie.s team hns
been pmetlHiifr all sunvmer turn has
t!it atlva I'.i'sie. but taut, lie evpeots
t.i ovt'iviinie iy quick movement ami
. ,i.l hcud vm-rk.
MRS. L M. SKAKLKS, M. D.
I'rnotlvo llinlteit to Discuses of Wnnioii atut
Olllcoi IlKltOSt, Ho.: l813VnMhttiKtonSl.
Hour i atoll), in,
bte Plie game which the 'YnrMtj
en will play with iiu tomorrow.
The jr.iiiie with Amen Is gtilnur to be
a close one. and tilie 'Varsity eleven
will need all the encouragement tiliat
-Minn students can give. Spent: a rew
cents for a tin horn and .oine xenr'.ot
and eriNiiii ribbon. 'Ilien go to t'he
ganu iinul enUMUi.n tlw bo,s from
Iowa in t he most approved fawhion.
See the .vonj's whieh the Nebni.-kon
prin ui.d sin,' them at the game to
Si i the ery liberal
Nebr.i-k.m makes for
ii'Ter which tie
Sn that there is more entilnulasin
to the square inch on the foot hall
field tomorrow than there was in tlie
whole city of Lincoln last Saturday.
To be sure every one expected Ui.it
the game wiMi Hastings college would
be one-sided and yet even sueh a se-
enre feeling was hardly excuse for
such a tame lot of spectators. There
ouirlit to bo some college spirit Jiue
where, and it ought to .'..ow itself on
Mieh ocesisions if only to inspire our
Ue.-olutlous adopted ly ehiao of 'OS,
University of Nebraska.
Wtiereois. It. 'has pleated Clod in Ills
Infinite w1m1iii to coll to his cterr.trl
rest, our chis incite, Tliomaii 1). Limn,
licMilved. 'Plrat we, Mie claww of 'OS,
I l'nierstv of Nebraska, mourn the
ik-ait'li f one wIhi wn a ftiiilifu' friend
ami iHHioiafble .stuoent, iiimI who gave
l.N lif. to bin eoiintry and to bis (!d.
1'e it furtilier
l!eoilved.. 'Plmt a letter of yiiixitfli'
be Mnt to blis family and be it furtilier
le.-.o!vedi '11int copy of t these reso
liiiioneN be gten tili' college papeif.
anil nliat tiliey be preereMii tSie c3tis
C. A. KISHKi:.
A. I.. KKl'PIl.
Coin in it tee.
The following letter from Miss Alice
Al. Longfellow, 1ms been recently re
ceivcil by Houghton, MiiTIii. & Co., t:ie
aiitJicrlwl )iii)Uslieis of lingfellow's
works, in reganl to the pronoiiicin
tiou of Kvangeline by her father:
Houghton, .Mifflin Co.-Hear Sirs:
My fnt'her always pronounced I.vnnge
line with tlie i .liort. fnded I never
heard it with a long i until quite re
cently. Tt seems to me verv ok e-t ion
able, and T trust- w'll not become pre
vnleirt. Very truly yours.
(Sigi d.) ALICB M. LONttKLljLOW.
Whereas, f!od in His wistlciiii has
illetl to IHnnelf our beloved broth
er. Thomas 1). Lnmi, after a life, brief,
yet full of service and
Whereas, We, lite brothers in Tsui
Delta Oinicron deeply mourn our loss,
yet bow in submfcerfon to oar Father's
will; t'herefpre be It
ieMled, 'Pliat we extend to tlie sor
rowing family our lieart-felt synimtliy
in tlii.. rJielr likmr of bereavcineiw. and
Kcxolvcd, 'Plmt the Fraternity rooms
be dfaptnl n moiirmn-g: be it furWier
llexolved. That a copy of ti esc re
ii t ions be wiM to the family and tfliat
copies be t-ent to flic college papers for
Opening of tlie Season at OHvcr Tliea-
t're 'Plnirmlny 1-cning. October in-
'.Modjeskn in Amtony and
The election of tlie student mem
bers of the Athletic board is over. The
much discussed ami long expected po
litical fight, did not develop. How
ever, the thoroughly competent men
were placed on the board, and. if this
is ai, uitiication oi competent man
agement, Mie students have a right to
expect a prosperous year in foot ball,
base ball and all kinds of a 1'hlettes.
T'.if resolution directing the different
lira angers to mnkc nioii'tihly reports,
is a step in the right direction. It is
fair both to tihe. students who furntoh
the monev mid to tlie manager who
handle it. Wilder such nn- arrange
ment the board can keep clox' watch
of fit finances of tin- ao"iatlon and
at the .mie time there will be no ex-cu-
for th" M-etn-ii ! ju-tifl.i-ble si.s
p'!. i - ! it have been so (-0111111011 in
t hi ji ist
TO T1IK STUDENTS.
1 wi-h it were powrible for me to
te'.l t-su1 one penmntilly bow deep is
m. appreciaUon of your tiliougliAful
and kindly remembrance of me. 'Pherc
is n-MHiing I ho'.d in higher esteem
than tihe regard and loyalty of the
students. The most ple:iiivt work l
have known was Mint of endeavoring
to serve you all in every possible way.
The splendid volumes of lluskin and
Irving bring to mc a wealth of thought
in tihemsolvGS Mint will be insplriinj
and hp'pful always. Hut T especially
prize tlhe meswfe'e t'lwy bring of your
sincere, friendship mid remembrance.
M(Nljtk. wluo will make lier a-
iwnrant'e at tdie Oliver theatre in this
city on Mini rashly, October 1.1, in an
inkftefatignble win-ker in the prelim
inary prepauvtiofis for her tours. Shu
is her own stage director and sjicuds
many houre at -the, theatre and at her
lioirne origiiKitiny ami revising- ideas
far the more cilectve iiroentatiou- of
her pluys. ller great success is tilie
result of this painstaking mvitiliod, and
it should be nn inspiration, to ambi
tious young- people in the profuasiou.
M.djek.i hus secnrenl Mr. .Irthui 0.
Fife'her, ae of the nrost )m)miueivt
theatrh-nl men of wiiifhern Californio,
a, Vhe director of Iter tour tills year.
ami ne litis itnici'. an imme-nire onituiy
to iiimIw riie e.i,..ii mi urtJutie n. weil
a.s 11 liimiK-i.il hiie(VK. Her siiimoi'tiiii.'
c)iii')iii-,. her t-eeiwry. co:umich, nnwl
otlicr icceorie, are Kiire to merit Wie
liigh"j-'t nsn- cM-rywiiere. She wi!1
pre.-i-.t to i'.k- public of I mhI-iv, WilU
lain ShakesptMicV imivtcrpiete in six
aii. "An-tony and C-livipatro," ami
wit-hont a donbt tflie OJiver thon'tre will
be packed from pit to dome to see tikis
great artist in this piny.
'Pin- price for this eiigvgcineat will
lie lower floor. SI. SO mud Sl.'j.l: balcony
$1.00 and 75c; gillery flOe. Seate will
be on wile Tuewlay morning, October
11, at 10 slwirp. Secure jnur seats early.
On aeon nit of tlhe great demand for
seotw, only six MKfU, will lie sold to
I'rof. Hagenw anit an orchestra of
1.' pieces lmve been engaged' -to play
a concert of popular airs from 7:.10 p.
in. oiUill 8:15, a a fit introduction 1o
the raising of the new drop ourtair.
nnd opening of tlie sentwjr of the
liiit1fiil tHientre. Tlemombcr Mie do'te.
Th'iiredny. October 13, and plo'ce Oli
J. M. LUCAS,
1Mb nnd 0 SIM.
Tuluithunu IM. Lincoln. Noli'
LOUIS N. WliNTE,
130 Soatli tltli street.
ltoo'ms SP, 27 niul t, Hrowtioll lllk. Phono NW.
DR. C. R. KEARNS,
Ii:il o Street.
Hooras over VasturnUtilon ToloKrnpli.
DR. J. T. MoNAY,
Tooth Hxtrncteil without rain.
Onico: Cor. Ilth ntnl OSts.
DR UHNJ. F V.'EST,
Onico: lO-iri 0 Street, Over KltTBernlrt's. Tel. 410
Ho.sUtetieo: tr.ttKuellil Ave. Tel.wn.
Hours: 10 to 12 n. 111. StoRp. m.
Siiecliiltlcs: Discuses of Stomach ntnl KUluoy.
DR. ALBERT It. MITCHELL,
H 00 ins 07-H.
llurr niools. Lincoln, Neb
The . ,
Are BRIM FULL of style. The
quality we guarantee. We DO
NOT advertise continual sales
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO
Has heretofore been noted among University students for the very low
prices at which all supplies were sold. This year, while lower than ever, com
mensuratc with quality, we have materially increased our stock. Wc are
prepared to supply Text Hooks of all kinds at lower rates than were ever
before made in Lincoln. Note the list quoted below.
E. L. II0I.VOKH, M.U. It. A. IIOI.YOKK.M . D.
Hos. Telephone til. Res. Tolcphono -ISt.
DItS. HOLYOKE & IIOLYOKE.
Physicians & Surgeons,
ODlcc. 127 South Ilth street.
Ontce Totephoue ! .
Tolophono Csi. X'. O. Box Ml.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
503 South Ilth street.
Special nttuntlon to discuses of women. Ev
ery convonluiH-o for surulcal cases.
DR. CHARLES D. CHANDLER,
U.of N. '92.
1231 O htrcot.
Hours: 8 to 10 a. in-. 2 to 4p, in., 7 to 8 p.m.
Sundays, 3 tot p m.
I'lionos: onk-eXisi: res. OPO-1710 D street.
DR. T. M. TRII'LETT,
Onk-c, lOJfiO street.
HoblJonco, 1222 G street
Onice Telephone, 415.
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
Onlco I IMO street.
Oftlce Telephone 4J0.
Residence Telephone tit.
OmcE hoiiiih: Sumiays:
It) to 12 n. in. 12 to 1 p.m.
2 to 5 p. in. 3 to 5 p. in.
A. D. WILKINSON, M. D.
Onice 21 anil 2f llurr illock.
Res., 020 South 17th strt-ot.
Telephones: Offiie, 00; residence, fife.'.
M. B. KETCHUM. M. D., Piiar. D.
Prof. Ophthalmology. Otolocy 11ml
Lincoln Medical CoIIukc,
Odor a thorough, private rour.se In refraction.
onice. 20 So. Ilth st. Hours. 0 to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Rosldonco 1310 U street., Tel. 212.
Onico, 1223 O street. Rooms 17 nnd 18,
Over Miller & Paine's, Tel. t35
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
l'rnctko limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose nnd Throat,
1025 0 street, - Lincoln, Nehraslta.
E. S. KING,
FInu Watch Repairing.
Scientific Refracting Optician
1300 O Street, . Lincoln, Nob.
Wcssley's German-ling. Dictionary $0 Go
Wcssley's l"rench-Eng. Dictionary Oo
Cassell's German-Eii,'. Dictionary 1 15
Cassell's Frencli-Eng. Dictionary 1 15
Cassell's Latin-En. Dictionary.. 1 15
Bessey's 3rief Botany 1 00
Remsen's Elementary Chemistry. . 72
Graphic Algebra t 4.)
Tichener's Outlines of Psychology 1 45
Laughlin's Mill 280
Le Conte's Geology 3 25
Itolfe's Shakespeare, per. vol 50
Students' Standard Dictionary.... 2 50
Standard Dictionary 10 50
Webster's International Dictionary 8 75
History Paper, per 100 sheets. .. . 05
History Covers, leather back
History Covers, cloth sides...... uyt
History Covers, board sides i0
Fountain Pens, 14 Kt gold, 69c, 89c
nnd 98c, each pen warranted.
Waterman's "Ideal" Fountain
Pons, $2.50 nnd upwards.
Lead Pencils, polished, rubber
Black Ink, per 2 nz, bottle 2J5
Fountain Pen Pockets 8c, 10c and 15c
Student's Note Books 04
"University" Tablets 15
Ink Tablets, 80 sheets each 05
Soft Paper Tabs, 500 pages each 05
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN!
Exnniino tlio Policy of tho Now England
Mutual. Tho Values are as definite as thoso
endorsed in your Bank Book.
This Company has been Chartered
G. V. NOJBJLB, Mgr.,
Phone 328. 104" ostreet
J. II . Kvans, Prcs. and Trcas.
C. C. Quiggi.e, Sec. and Mgr.
327-329-331 North Twelfth Street.
TELEPHONE 199. - LINCOLN, NEB.
HERE MAY BE....
Places as good to trade
at as our's, but certainly
none better. Suits and
Overcoats ready to wear
and made to order.
For the least money at
j&iiije' y&y St DfOS.
And "QUALITY" about the
photographs made at the
That make them famous. All on ground floor, 226 So. Ilth St.
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