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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1898)
Kdiwr Morrill vn In town liml
Go lo Ion'a Cafe, Soutih lltih. Open
' v trlgfo'ts.
Pho t'orrfhliitf lllllwi' 'hop will ho
given December 10.
Oo to Webator & llngoi'M for your
$:t.00 and ifll.BO SIioch.
, Don AUnniH ate Turkey under li'ls
pnrohlul roof lit. Superior.
Archie lleiw'iey Npcnt Thanksgiving
nl his home In Jleatrlee.
Onevln 1 Lamberlfton, Dentist, 1205
0 St., Alex. lllk. Tol. 215.
Chancellor Maol.ean returned Wed
no.sdny from Washington.
Second ha ml books The Students
Supply Store, li'Jl) It Street.
Typewriting ami Mlnncogrnphlng
Tho .Student? Supply Store.
Dr. D. h. Hamsdell, skin ami gonlto
urlnnry diseases, 187 So 12t St.
Dr. 1. 1. AiirIq. practice limited to Skin
nml Urinary Dlsenses. 1400 O St
(1. II. ICIIsworth went to l-'ullerlon
Wednesday to spend a week.
.lessle lxin.slng eame up from i.ntts
moutih to spend Tliunlnglvlng,
Miss l.oeeh spent Thanksgiving with
Miss llnlllo Wlkon In Asthlaud.
Kdgar Clarke and II. 11. Shedd
spoilt Thanksgiving at. Asn.aml.
Prof. llrooks went to Minneapolis,
Minn., Prlday to spend ten days.
Mrs. Morrill entertained the mem
bers of PI lletn Phi Friday night,
Cameron's Luncih Room, 118 Soutih
Eleventh. Open day and nltflvt.
Vergil llarber went, to Omaha with
Charlie Kngle during the vaeatton.
Dr. S. B. Cook, practice limited to
eye, ear, ii,oso ami throat. 1215 0 SU
Webster e ltogors have all the up-lo
datto styles In their $3 and $3.50 Shoss.
Miss Jennie Douglass spent Thanks
giving with her sister, Klien Douglass.
I'M. Crumb left Wednesday to take
the usual good Thanksgiving dinner
Try our Ladies' Cork Soie Hand
Sewed SH.OO Shoes. Foot Form oiore,
12i: O St.
A large number of students attend
ed the football game at Council DlulYs
Dr. Wharton, of the St. Paul Metho
dist church, led chapel exercises Tues
Chancellor Mael.can went to the
lUack Hills Thursday to deliver sev
Mrs. Frank iehmer and Mrs. Fred
Fngle spent Saturday and' Sunday
with their sons.
Our Men's $:t.50 wniw proof shoe
is the shoe for winter. Foot Form
Store, 121H 0 St.
Principal 1. S. Cutter came up from
llentrlcu Wednesday to spend Thanka
giving at home.
Captain Guilfoil ami his company
hae been scut to put down an Indian
uprising in Utah.
We notice that Dr. Faine 'has bonglit
ut the interest of Mr. Warfel in the
Delta Tan Delta are to give a danc
ing party In Courier hall, Friday eve
ning, December 2V
lUanchc llnrgreaes went to Des
Moines Wednesday to visit friends dur
Miss Randall. Miss MaeMlllan and
Miss Schwartz spent the Thanksgiv
ing recess in Omn'hn.
See our line Uni. letter tuul note pa
per. Hy jacket, 10e and upwards. The
Students Supply Store.
Harry McKilllp and ltoy Schick
spun their Thanksgiving vacation at
their homes in Seward.
Dean Hessey spoke on "Christianity
nml Science" at the Congregational
mmi'li isumlny evening.
Mabel ltiekcts eame up from Friend
to visit her cousin, Kim Uickets during
tin Thanksgiving recess.
Piank lluckstatV has quit his Uni
crity work and will not be in school
again until the second Semester.
Dean IJeese of the law school is fre
HiiMitlj mentioned as a possible can
liilute'for United States senator.
'i In- Misses Tukey, Cole, .Jackson,
Mat oiiiIhih, .Inynes spentThanksgiving
Mie.uion at tilielr liomes in Omaha.
Mis Quaintance has alwut com
pleted a catalogue of the Alumni, gi
ing their addresses ami occupations.
I'hi Gnmmn Delta fraternity enter
tflinei their lady friend, at their clmp
't Mouse with dancing Tuesday eve
ning. Prof. Dunkaiihon of the state nor
mal at Pern attended tho academy of
wiiMico meeting at the University Sat-
The Xmas box has not yet been sent
as oulors are expected from the gov
ernment bringing the regiment Qiome
Prof. Crabtree returned Monday
'roin the northwestern part of the
state wJiere he bad been inspecting
Ituinstead Tuttlo have Just re
ceived a large lino of neckwear worth
from 25e to $2,00, liemutlcs. Some
thing new every Saturday. 1141 0 t.
A good many of tihe High Sohool
toiic-hcrs wore in. the University Tues
day as the High School wim Hooded
because of the bursting of the water
Supt ,1, W. DliiHinore of the Healrlee
schools, and Mrs. Dlnsmore spent
Thanksgiving In Lincoln. Supt. Dins
more attended the mellng of the acad
emy of sciences.
Vlwlt the Metropolitan Hnrber whop.
Von get first class work nt low prices.
,llitlr cut, 15e; fJlmtupoo, 15c; nh'liven
free with tickets. 1218 0 street, 11. J.
The annual meeting of the academy
of Science will be held Friday and Sat
urday, .ovcinncr 20 ami 27, Atmrcsses
on Funit and Flora of Argentine Ue
publle will be delivered by Prof. Law
When we tell you we have the best
Men's $11.50 on earth, we mean It.
Webster iv Hogers, in III 0 St.
Tim Oratorical association met In
chapel Tuesday afternoon and elected
tlte following oflleers for the year:
President Tom Maxwell; Vice Pres
ident, lioy It. Schick; Secretary and
Treasurer, (i. A. Ileuedlet.
History Paper made from 21 it.
of lustinniev been attempted1 In this
"Such a course 'has Just been de
livered at Cornell by Oliarltom T.
Lowls, esq., of (his city, the aim being
to give a comprehensive view o' Insur
ance (especially of life 1113111-111 In
all Its nMoi'lenl and noil ileal relations.
Among the tuples dlscuose were (1)
gone 111 1 introduction; Insurance do
llnod, (2) the theories or probabili
ties, (II) the mortality tables, (1) the
valuation of life contingencies, (5)
premiums and reserves. ) the. ex
penses of life Insurance, (7) sources of
surplus; If distribution, (8) the
termination r policies, with special
reference to lapse and surrender, (0)
the select Ion of risks, (10) the law of
Insurance contracts,; gambling and
fraud In Insurance, (II) Klnlo super
vision and net valuation, (12) the sub
ject of lire Insurance average; co-in
surance clauses and reserves, (tin the
regulation of rates, (II) the extension
of Insurance principles to other sub
jects, and (15) Insurance as a soolal
Other universities as well as Cornell
are now taking up this subject.
Would ,t not be the part of wisdom
for the University of Nebraslka to get
In Hue with tho other leading univer
sities and establish a lecture Course
similar to that given nt Cornell?.
1IOUACF. (1. WI11TMOUH, '05.
THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Most Perfect Protection
Lowest Possible Cost
For 1'rornhim Rates wrlto or call on
HORACE G. WHITMORE, U. of N. '95, Gen. Agont,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING'
Monroe hoyal, Hilled and Punched, So
ner 100. In unbroken imekaire.s of W0
:i5e per pack. Hook and Stat. Dept.,
llerpolshetmer & Co.
Alio llandolph, once a champion base
ball player, and later a member of the
glee club of "ye olden times," left, the
struggling little city of West. Point to
Its fate for a few days while be eame
to see the University and eat Thankii
A 11111 HOOK AHOUT 1LVND INST1W
If you are interested In a iband in
strument of iiiiv kind, or would like
to join a baud or drum corps, you can
obtain full Infounatlou upon no sub
ject from the. big Iniok of 144 Kgcs
that Lyon & llealy, Chicago, send free
upon amplication. U contains upwards
of 1,000 tllUSMNUlous, ami r-ich me
lowest prices ever quoted upon hand
Cottrcll J Leonard
Allmny, Now Vo'rlt.
MiiUers of tlm
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To tho American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, samples,
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
the pulpit and the bench.
Is now in full operation. Besides
the selling of the entire wholesale
stock ($4O.000 in all) we have in
augurated a great sale in all the
other departments and will give a
uniform discount of
There Is probably not a business 1
that 1ms had such a woudoriul i.evel
opiiUMiluud has assumed sui'h magni-j
tude during tho 1st half centurj as the
business of insurance. It atlccts all.
branches of trade, it removes the
element of clmnec ami makes possible!
the development and growth of large)
commercial enterprises. It not onlj j
provides for indemnity in case of loss 1
of nropertv for life but in addition to.
fliis, as Professor Ely of' the Wlsoon-,
sin University 'has very appropriately!
pointed out: I
"It. gathers throughout the length 1
mid breud'th of the land small sums,
wiliic'h otherwise would 'be shmiU un- j
productively or for only a temporary ,
gratification in the hands of the
people who pay these sums thej arc 1
not capital mud would not become cap-1
ital, but with the Insurance company
tihey become capital and arc used for
the further production of wealth. It 1
nlTords credit to men of moderate'
means. It spreads money throughout
the country and It docs not tend toi
vonoontrnto wealth for the building
up of vas't fortunes. It is a form of
co-operation by whteli men unite for'
bonenciont purposes. In the ideal I
contiiilou 01 society insurance must
form an important part."
Ought not, then, a business of. the
magnitude and invortanee of insur-)
ance have some place in t'he curricu
lum of our universities? We 'have lec
tures on commercial interests, includ
ing commercial law, on social and po
litical economy. Is there any reason
Why the subject of insurance, wlnuii
has so much 'to do with the commer
cial growth and economic develop
ment of tihe country, should' not be
associated with these? Would not a
more Complete understanding of t'he
nature of insurance and the principles
governing it be a vailuiiible contribu
tion to the knowledge of every stu
dent and future citizen? The follow
ing from the Aevv xorlc evening
Post will pcrhajw be of interact in
showing the activity clrcwliero along
"A few years ago the presidents of
the leading universities were asked to
assign to insurance a place in the lec
tured annually given nt the law
scliools. 'l lie idea found favor at
once, and although instruction lias
since been given at various law
schools, never before this year, it 'has
been said, '.Tis n un.verslty course of
of spurious and fraudulent Imita
tions of the Waterman Pons.
Buy the genuine
which has a record of in years of
success, and has boon during all
that time, as it still continues to
be, the best loumlala pen over made,
ami the standard of the world.
Do not bo deceived by lnperfeet
imitations, but. see that the pen
you buy is stamped
and have it endorsed as such to
vou by us or your dealer.
All our pons are guaranteed.
L. E. Waterman Co.,
157 BROADWAY, NEW YORK N. Y.
on all Furnishing Goods, Hats and
Caps, and all Suits, Overcoats and
Ulsters for Men, Boys, & Children.
This is tho grontoBt opportunity over oiforod tho
people in mid-soason to supply their winter needs.
Seo thnt you 1110 among tho first to bo benefited.
Armstrong Clothing Company
1013-1019 O Street
Before engaging Music call on
HAGENOW'S OKCHESTRA AND BAND,
OLIVER THEATRE BUILDING,
OFfice on ground floor,
SPEGIAN RATES FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
Course 2S Weoizs.
Offers great inducements to stu
dents of medicine in the west.
Methods of instruction most satis
Clinics in both surgery and mcdi
cine held in the following hospitals in
this city: County, Methodist, Child's,
Immanuel and Presbyterian hospitals
Catalogue sent and questions an
swered by E. W. CHASE, Omaha,
Turpin's School of Dancng.
Children's class, Saturdays 2:30 p. m.
Ladies' and gentlemen's class, Mondays and Thursdays 8p.m.
The Academy olTcrs advantage for cotillion clubs, private parties, etc.
Is newly furnished and decorated. Will bo rented at reasonable rates.
For further information address,
ALBERT TURP1N, "RS;
Special attention given to
STUDENTS HAIRDRESSINC, MANICUR
ING, SHAMPOOING, SCALP
HAIR TONIC, TOILET C00DS
121 North 13th St.
lectures on tho tlieory nml practice j Nebr., Continental block.
If you havo not yet found
u fountain pen to your
llkltitf, try the
CENTURY DOUBLE -FEED PEN.
Wrlto for Circulars. A uood nuont wnnteil
In every coIIvko nml lilKh school.
CENTUHY PEN COMPANY.
lhft XplKtmial.'ii Afint1nmv
held its anminl meeting in tho chap
ridny and Saturday, and ended wl
oampict Saturdy night.
Lieutenant Shut! of tho Third Ne
hrnsUa volunteers, now in camp at Sa-
"nh, Ga., is in tho city for a fewdays
siting with old university friends.
Ilello Wake up Have you heard of
Lading's $25.00 combination suit enle?
Jts on for 30 days. Call and get par
MentaTs; with 13d Young, 1207 O st.
KICK IF YOU WANT TO!
lDXrucllonibym.il, id.ptfJtotTtrjr one. UtUioJi
nproTM oj Irwintran-
c&lori. Kxpfrteoee! ana
Tftiet irtra urn, oDij.
Thrrt count l'rfnrto
rr, builneti, collect. An
ornortnnHr to better
jour condition and proi-A
nectl. Diuaenu ana
KUnl jewt uf luccew.
full ti.rtloul.r. KI1KK.
HI'IUCI'K rOllHKSrONDKMK BlIIOOI. IIK LAW,
07. Telephone Bulldlag, UKTK01T, B1CII.
IT. 1 O t.11 .. ! J -k tl'T?r.ran...1' Cl.nn ...111
IVICK a root Ullll, or 11 iriunu, ur u puoi, u awguui uju win fk
ofnn it nil rJolir Rot tlm Kxtnnsion bo o if vou wnnt to nut ili
if in a good hard kick. Yon want a good shoo, a stylish shoo, jg
M ImnH TOnltofl nnd hnilt for comfort, hard wear and cood looks. W
iii Wo'vo got it at $3.00, and you can't find a $5.00 shoo to boat (R
iHJf it. Wo soil direct from tho factory and save you tho dealer's (t)
i$ profit. This is straight goods; no mistako about it. Seo tho $
ih Shoos and you'll know. J
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN
Lincoln and uburn, Falls City, Atchison,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket .Office, 1039 O St.
H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A.
F. D. Cornell, C. P. & T.A.
WRICHT, KAY & CO.
Manufacturers of uIku urado
Send for Cutaloguo and Price List. Special
designs on application.
140-142 woodward Ave., - DETROIT, WICH-
Students work a Siieclalty.
1144: O ST-
Good Bnrbors.Now Furniture, Excollont Work,
Solicitors for The NyBRABKAN
Yon can make big money.
Call at Univoraity Book stord".
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