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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1898)
The Gardoer Tailoring Co.
Will save you $10.00 on a Dress
Suit. $5.00 on a Business Suit.
The tailoring and material the
best in the city.
C. A. ELriGREN, Cutter.
We make Suits from $15.00 up.
.The Royal Tailors make them
for us at $8.75 to $15.00; our
guarantee is on both.
Join our Suitorium Club.
Clothing Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired.
Called for and Delivered.
$1.00 per month.
Phone 708. - - Southwest Cor. 11th & 0 Sts.
A Few Sample Prices from
The B0ok Department
HERPOLSHEIMER & GO.
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
mensurate with quality, we have materially increased our stock. We are
prepared to supply Text Books of all kinds at lower rates than were ever
before made in Lincoln. Note the list quoted below.
Rolfe's Shakespeare, per. vol
Students' Standard Dictionary. . . .
Webster's International Dictionary
History Paper, per 100 sheets....
History Covers, leather back
History Covers, cloth sides
History Covers, board sides
Fountain Pens, 14 Kt. gold, 69c, 89c
and 98c, each pen warranted.
Waterman's "Ideal'' Fountain
Pens, $2.50 and upwards.
Lead Pencils, polished, rubber
Black Ink, per 2 oz. bottle
50 Fountain Pen Pockets 8c, 10c and 15c
250 Student's Note Books 04
10 50 "University" Tablets 15
8 75 Ink Tablets, 80 sheets each 05
os Soft Paper Tabs, 500 pages each 05
I2i Music and Pictures
10 The "Maurer" Mandolins and Guitars
are the equal in tone and workmanship of
anything made in the U.S. A. written
guarantee for 3 years is given with each
instrument sold by us.
Guitars 814.00 to $90.00
01 Mandolins 13.00 to 75.00
2'A Sole Agents for Lincoln.
ITEM! OF INTEREST.
A foot ball Kiutlevlllc Is to bo jrlvo-n
Frlduv ovtMJnjr I'lil Delta Theta In
Mated 'Mr. l'oo.
The. IllhwtaWwlcyMn Artfus emnpll
munlta the Nrnskn on the Harvard
letters nppcnjnp from tltuu to time.
The Dully ,'nlo Alto of htanford
University ' invert Iso onmly, toilet
inp and 'hot- hmnle sold 011 the dam
Krldnv Suiwintendeivt Spark of
l-'nlrntoiVt brahrht thv Senior rtw of
tike High sehiol up to visit' the Un'i-
The hmurunl address, of tue Ohwn
cellor. deliver! In ISM. bins just, been
put In prlivbiwHl 1,000 copies tfinve
been eiit- oi.
Prof. Ward went to Oiniilm Thuus
dnv to nttendu meeiinjr of the- Hoard
of'TniKtoes o' tihe Presbyterian Pcnvi
nary ot whlrt he Is a member.
A recent nunber 01 the 'luh Wo
man" eontaiiM-un article bf Mrs. lo
la P. Franklh, on "University Inten
sion in the Uilvor.sit, of 'Xebmskn."
Dean Wilsai Is trying to secure .1
room In one of the buildings to bo
used tus a resting place for 1'he girlK.
Such a noon would ccrtnintly bo a
great oonvenrwo for those obliged to
remain a'l tin t tvivensity all day.
Princeton Fniversdty recently cele
brated the oie hundred n.ml tlfty-scc-ond
nnnlverwry of her founding. The
address of tie day wos delivered' by
President Dai I el C. Oilman.
The muscun exhibits loaned to the
exposition- hive bcem returned' and
many new scoimenes added, among
them, some vry fine live fish from the
1 HE lMEBRASKAN
Wants your Subscriptions. You can read
your neighbors copy or borrow one from
the mail box, but you had better get one
of your own.
There is something radically wrong with
the Alumnus who does not subscribe for
the college paper.
It will only cost you
sent to any address.
Ve5 Sweaters, we have them in
all styles and colors. If you have
Sweater notions in your head
take a look.
the nnnura. pHMinG,
Or Linens, Cuinaware, Cooking Utensils and Groceries
began here Thursday, Nov. 1 7, and continues until Wednesday,
Nov, 23. Tins event always creates the liveliest interest among
discriminating people. The season's choicest productions are
otVercd at Special Sale prices, while they arc yet new and fresh
and while assortments are most complete. See daily papers for
ITH THE DRESS GOODS The present season
has been by far the greatest we have ever known,
the output has far exceeded that of any previous
year and the brisk and rapid selling has surpassed our
greatest expectations. No more satisfactory proof of the
fact that we oner the ngnt goods at tne ngni prices is
Sievilcing, Jie Dutch pianist, is said
in 11 telegruu from l&dhel to have been
arretted ami llnd there beesuiMj he re
ftiM.il to talo oil his hat to . priest
who was parsing with the viaticum.
Siuvieking- u well known 'here ehielly
beoaiibe he dsappeared. suddenly at a
time when to was expected 10 return
to this country . Neither the orignial
nor hit subsequent return caused half
as much excitement among musical
jieople as liis Midden disappearance.
M. s5ieekinr doubtless hesitated to
take on" his hut as he hat. been guil
ty of such i mistake in the style of
CoiiTeur. YYlken he first came to this
country Pndere.wt.ki was the rage. M.
Sieveking wis unlike the Polish pian
ist, anleast it. respect to the length of
his hair. There may lue been other
differences, but this one would be no
ticed in a photograph. So 'he disap
peared. ften he returned the fol
lowing- Kvui'liiK Imir v n long
Pederewski's "had ever been. Hut by
that time the reaction against long
locks had set in, and M. Sieviking
could not attract additional attention
toy them. He even refused to disap
lcar, and the wisdom of that .seemed
plain, as he had already tried that
scheme once, and its success as a re
cter was jirobleiiiatic. So M. Sieve
king remained throiigfli the sea mil in
spite of the slight sensation which his
long locks caused here. The reason of
his refuM.il to uncover at Ischl was per
fectly plain to all his friends as soon
as the, heard of it. Ker since he
has allowed his hair to grow long with
such slight results-, M. Sieveking lias
been extremely sensitive about .'Show
ing his K)ll in public. A sudden call
to unmr wouUl have M-en enough
to throw him into paroxysms of ner
vousness. In spite of his great physi
cal strength he is noto able to expose
his long locks to the public without
a certain amount of preliminary no
tice. His misadventure at Ischl was
the result of "this weakness, and his
friends are delighted that the inci
dent passed without more serious re
sults. Xew York Sun.
situ von coitxrcu. medium,
Another step in the etblinhincnt
of the Cornell University Medical
School in- (Ids city has lieen taken by
the sale, through McVicknr & Co. and1
II. S. lily & Co. of this city of Hie
block front on First avenue. lietween
Twenty-seventh1 and- Twenty-eightHi
streets, to the "trusteee of the school.
The medical college 'building will be
erected on this nitc Part of the $1.
500,000 gift of Colonel O. II. "Payne of
this city to Cornell for this school will
be used in paying for the property.
The rest will lie used in putting up
buildings and in furnishing an endow
ment. Xew York Sun, Sen. 14.
Paine & Warfel.
The state department is informed toy
Minister Conger that tihe Rmperor of
China, by imperial decree, has sanc
tioned the opening of a national uni
versity at Pekin, n connection) with
which schools nre to be established in
the provincial capitals, and education
al institutions called the thud class
are to be oopened in the department
and district cities. Tt r believed that
the currculum adopted; hv the Jap
anese University will toe followed.
vv pernn In thin state to manse our tvl
neR In thplr own and narbv counties H Ir
malnlv olflro work conducted at home. BaUrv
straleht tooo a vear and cxrenaes 1fflnlte
tmnafldc. no more, no leu salary. Monthly
ITS. rteferpnees. Knolooe Felf-addrpRfifd
Htampcd envelope. Herbert E. Hess. I'rent.
Dept. M. Chicago.
UnCC V cVin mnw Htstinrt nnd
-6&S different lines of LADIES' FINE DRESS
and STREET SHOES than can be found
elsewhere in this locality; and guarantee to save you from
50 cents to $1.00 on every pair.
HEBPOLSHEirotB & CO-
I CLARKSON LADSDRY
before you tie up with any laundry.
OUR WAGONS GALL ANYWHERE--ANY TIME..
YOU TRAVEL ALWAYS
BEST ROUTE FROM
To OMAHA All points east.
KANSAS CITY east and south.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA.
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has the Best Modern Equipment.
Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. B. SLOSSON, Gen. Agt., 1044 O St.. J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
H. G. BURT, Pres., E. DICKINCON, Gen. Mgr E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.
For Style, Quality and Price
TAILOR MADE GOODS
You should call on
NEBRASKA PANTS & SUIT COMPANY,
143 N. 13th St. - Oliver Theatre Building
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