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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1899)
I-HIS WHISK'S KVKN-rs.
Latin Colloquium Tuesday evening.
iltlirsH l).v Chancellor Mncl.onn
ThomIii.v evening to the pmt.roiis untl
students of Clinton school.
Pershing HI tic drill In the armory
TIuii-mI.i.v evening it t 8 o'clock.
Speelal program by Dellim society
jlsi v Thcii'trlenl company at the
KnnKe Friday evening.
Fraternity dancing party a.t Tur
nip's lut 1 Friday evening.
Clodug program of students' agrl
cultural club at the staitc farm Fri
day. Practise game of base ball Saturd'iv
afternoon between picked teams. Ati
SPRING HATS are the new up to
date blocks both In Derby ami Fedora
Hats. Prices very reasonable. Arm
strong Clothing Co.
Many of the ll o'clock classes were
conspicuously small Wednesday. It
was also the day of the selection or the
senator at the eapitol.
At a mass tncotlng In the local
chapter Friday morning l)r .Wharton
mid Professor Kossler spoke In behalf
of 'the college settlement.
Morrill was In Lincoln
Xelle llaiwlall spent Sunday at
feiine in Omaha.
IViin Keese was west on business
a wii f last week.
Xel'e l-a Salle viaitcd her ini-cnis
in llcttriee over Sunday.
Km nk Hum's brother of Fairbttry
rid ted i lie university Friday.
I,, n. Crumb of Fairbttry visited lite
liniilii'i . few day law! week.
Oda i lotion visited the univer.sity
lnt wei'k. She will return today.
. II. Clark was confined to his room
laM week with an attack of the grip.
MKs Ilargreuves of Omaha was the
ciut of Fdith .Inckson last Wednes
Dr. Maiisllold of Ashland, visited hh,
son and daughter of the university
Mr. I'arnes of Norfolk visited bis
on iii at the Delta Tan fraternity
hoiiM- last week.
I). IJ. Ilawvworth. '97. has been elect
ed instructor in iiiechaitietil dntwing
I; . Davidson was called to hi.
hunt'1 in Tcctmiseh by the death of his
jrrandfnilier last week.
Will Stock 1S99, of the mechanical
fnjrini-cring department has left for
Mexico to accept a Hsition.
Frank Manchester went to Omaha
Tm-l-iv night to hear Jeff De An
elt in "The .lolly Muskitecr."
liiMiM--tiir Crabtree has cone on a
O. F. LAMDF.UTSON. D. D. S.
Uratlunle of Ohio Colk'KC Dentul Surtfury.
Onice, Alexander block Rooiiih . and !!l
COU. TWKM-TIt AND O STS
The boys lit the gynina.sliitu missed
the genial call of "next man" a part of
ii wi'i-K. .iitcK" nest wits laid
with an attack of the grty.
ministead Tuttlc's suitings for
'iprlng wear arc in and It will pay
you to stop and look' them over. They
have on especially flue line of trouser
i telegram came from Manila Wed
nesday Hint W. J. Huntington was ser
iously wounded. This Is prolublv W.
J. lliiiitlitg, company F. a farmer stu
dent at the university.
Dr. II. C. IVtersou lectured to the
Luther league last Friday evening at
S o clock at the Swedish Lutheran
church on K street. A large ntimcbr
were present and reported a vcrv In
Dr. Ward has iust been elected -in
associate editor of the American Xa
turalist, and has been reqtiestd to be
one of t'he co-operators in the publica
tion of the monograph of the "anna
of the I'ttited States.
'Kite report of the meetings of the
mathemetieal seminar hold the first of
each month shows remarkable inter
est in the higher lines of this work.
The attendance has been large, and the
papers of much merit.
The agricultural students' club will
hold their last meeting of the winter
term on Friday evening in the dairy
building of the university farm. The
program will be particularly Interest
ing, one or the principal features win
be a number of talks on Manila and
soldier life by some members of '.he
club who were in the First Xebruck.t
I'tider the careful supervision . f
Acting Commandant Charles Weeks
iJie battalion is showing up in good
shape both as regards general appear
ance and drill. Mr. Harrington re
cently of West Point speaking of our
dress parade said: "That is splendid.
Kvcry man knows his place. It cotn-
j Rires ery ravoraniy witn any (trill I
have seen in a long time."
DRS. GIFFEN & SMITH
Tolotibotus 2W nnd sag.
Uoouis H, li unit to, Ollvo Thruiur Uulldlng.
LOUIS N. WENTE,
130 Smith lltli.strcut.
Hooms'.'0, 27 unit I, Ilrowtiull lllli. I'bonu 530.
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Under tho Management of
President JOHN A McCALL.
DK. J. T. AlcNAY,
Tcetti Kxtrai'lvd wltbout Ptilu.
Onice: Cor llth ami OSl
DK BENJ. F WEST.
Oniio: ItWft O Street, Over Fitzgerald's. Tel. -110
Heshlcnco: irXiKucllil Ave. Tel. 643.
Hours: 10 to 12a. in. 2 to 5 p. in.
S e dallies: I) seuM:s of Stotnuch amt Kidney.
DR. ALBERT R. MITCHELL,
Insurance in Force.. . . ,
No. of Policies in Fori
Paid Policy-holders . .
Dividends of Year....
Dec. 31. 1891.
Dec. 31. 1808.
Gains In" Yrs
THE LARGEST RATIO OF INCREASE IS IN DIVIDENDS.
K oo ms C7-8.
K. L. Hoi.toke. M.D. H. a. Hoi.yokk.M . D.
Itus. Telephone 421. lies. Telephone 423.
DRS. HOLYOKE & HOLYOKE.
Physicians & Surgeons,
Oftlce. 127 South llth street.
Onice Telephone 4i2.
Delta Tan Delta fraternity gave a
tour through the western part of the Smoker Thursday night at their chap-
stat- inspecting Uigli sclioois. ier iionse :u neeiiieeiiin mm v sireeis,
... !.. n... f:m..ii ni-i ' 'lie alumni meiuDcrs in tnc city.
rlorence Wlute. intra urceii. uo.u
,. , i m .... it..-.... .f Pt'itiK. About fifteen meiivbers from Omaha
Kru-kf. and Dean linrtoti ot i i.iiis- .
....:.. .:,. -i.iinn, t.,d and Lincoln with those in the legisla-
mouth, were university visitors mm. , f.
" " . tore and the aetue ineinbers made a
l:u4iay. jollv party. The evening was spent
Virgil C. ItarlHT JifiKrutiirm.fl from -,-,, p,,,,, strics. and after the
Hi.- western part of the state wlierc smok,. Ja(1 vwirvi awav. rcfreshiiicnts
he made several addre-es iK'fore farm- W(IV l.rw
.r. institutes. Satunlav evening there was a form-
S,.ihi Saon of Edgar and Harry iX opfiiiiig- of the new Y. M. C. A.
Kr.inkoi Omaha were in the city a few. rooms jn ,jle i)ast.lm.nt ,f uuhersitv
.lax-, last week, the guests of their ,)a, T,u. roonis j,.lvi. lK.t.i frescoed
Sijfin.i Chi brothers. ;nn painted durlnir the past few weeks
l!.i Elliott, who jilnyejl quarter back j and now with the aid of new pictures
on the foot ball teiim last seiiMin, has and curtains, they make a most at4ric
Wi the university to accept a Minltion the place. Special music was provid-
:i toHigrapher oil the I'.urliiigton. led for Hie entertainineiit and refre-h-
incuts served. A large number of
LOCALS. young men were present and a very
' "' ."'iijoyablc "me Is reported.
t.,. to Don's Cafe, SotttJi llUJi. Opon J It. P.. Xagurkar delhered a cluipel
nijrtit. lecture before the students Thursday
Schmittcl's lunch room, 131 So. llth , morning, lie is a Hindu of the Itrah-
Strt?t. mill wlute and a native of India. He
Tli. luirdiier Tailoring CVt. have THE recched h'i Knglish education at one
inif'.rni vittr of t lie Indian mmer-iii- and f'Tiinnv
li.lt:. Tnii Delta will Inn.- a banquet yi past has been a pn.mlnent meiu-
i ncr III I lie lirailllio n.nniij in li" -
wasf one of the delegates from India
at the World's Parliament of llelij:-
Telophone CSS. 1. O Box 931.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
503 South llth street
Seclal attention to diseases ot women. Kv
ery convenient for surgical raseh.
HERE. Is not a better way for vountr men to
provide an income for their uon-nrodtictnir
years, safe from the dangers of ordinary business
speculation, than a 20-vear accumulation policy
in tho Now York Lile, a policy that can bo used as
security by young men making their way through
college, that rovides ample protection and at
the saute time yields splendid returns as an in
vestment. The younger the age, the less the cost,
hence the necessity of prompt action.
HORACE G. WHITM0RE. 95. - - - General Agent.
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN!
Examine the Policy of the New England
Mutual. Tho Values arc as definite as those
endorsed in your Bank Book.
This Company has been Chartered
G. IV. NOBLE, Mgr.,
Phone 328 ' oTt&et
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY.
OrriCE Houns: Onice. Zchruni; Illock.
! to 10 A. M N W.ComerN & 12th Sts.
12 to 12:3.1 and 2 to 1 r. u. ItoMdo. cc.
Kvenlngs by Appointment. 1313 C Street.
Sumlaxs, 12 to 1 r. m. ami .
by Appointment. Telephones:
Onice. 618. Iteslilence, C17
Don't fail to attend the opening of the
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
in the near future. I
C. 15. Hiirirs. Dentist. 141 South 12th
St.. op. Keystone grocery.
(.i ronV Lunch Room. US SoiiMi
KUunili. (M'ii day ami night.
Mr. Turpiii gaw another Pan-llel-leu
i.- .l.iiu-e at bin hall Friday night.
2xi pair of men's shoc at half price.
UVtmter & Hogenc, 1043 O street.
ioiih held in Chicago in l'jr..
Ixiwreiiee llruner, proftiMir of en
tomology and ornithology has issued
a Hpeeial iiuiieiin .mi. .i council.
plea for the protection of birds." in
which he takes up the subject of pro
lection to crops through birds which
.. .. .. ,. . .. n...t....i . iIkj.1i iiv intiirious niseeis. niuiiniii:s
it m. i'.. i ook, praeucc iiiiiiivh - ---; --- ... .....,.. )k t .i,
i-.r ...-,. i.iui lbroii "r, a ft. Imde from actual experiment in .lie
' " , V T '. ',,',' i.iinrber of bug. found in the stomais
II..- eeuly organized tail vnr l ' uf vmojiiK birds of Xebnihka. arc given,
ml il.. r HrKt saWr drill last Satur.l.o iTl.n. lltlM j,,.,.,, n jargc deinaml for the
ttt"r"v- I bulletin from all'clahhes of people in
Ti- I iiion literary wn-iety rciHlered tjM. UUr.
a r L i. .in i Wesleyau university IV1- ,n( j4.,.1,ll(; ahMiciation held Jii
lav .-i. ,,ifr. oJi(,r j)t4.n.H,jIlf, uieetiiig Monday f-
1-Vi pair ladles' $5.00 kIiocb on sale trf !. The iiestlon of the selre
at tl.iKi a pair. Wcbtcr & llogere, tl)U of judg- for the second prelim
1013 O trcct. iimrv was difcutM-eil. A long wrangle
Tl lii.ter rwiw will begin Thiirti- sn entered Into. Some deal red that
! ii...riiliifr March 30. and wild Moa-.the .Kteen debaters should take t ic
h -t.-Htiiir'Aril 3. 'selection of the judge out. of the
' s"1 s" "". "ZnWt wllli the constitution, being
Mr I. IL llnigwii of 130 South liiUi ,( ,,M,,.t ,-, ,neiidmeiit. It wiih decid-
trw-i. Iihm large eolleolloii of stiimpH, (i) JJ( jV(. j, ,, hIioiiM be selected
"nun ktliieh yon chii iM'lect. jrom jic, H,.vcn proiided for by Uie
(tiiincHlor and Mm. Miielii;i were (.fffiMtt1 ntloii. which provides that a 1
Ii'.iim. to the KtiiileutM of the wiliool (V4. or three may Ik wlectwi.
Omcc 1 1310 street.
OUlte Telophone 425.
Ke.ildence Telephone -I'.M.
M. B. KETCH UM. M. D.. Piiar. D.
1'rof. Ophtbalmoloey, Otology unit
Lincoln Medical Collote.
Oflerx a tbor -vvh. private uurte In refnictlon.
Ullke. H6 so. I lib st llour. 9 to 12:.'-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
IteMdcnrc 1310 U Htreet., Tel 212.
Of!)ce. ISK3 O htreet, Itoomx 17 and ia
Over liter A lulMVId fc35
DK.M. H. GARTEN.
I'mcilcc limited lo
Kyi;, Kar. Nose and Tbroat.
GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE
ON MARCH 6lh, You will nnd that
ISooks, Stationery, .Music, Musical Instruments, College Supplies, Pictures and
all other goods -in our Hook, Stationery ami Music Departments will be sold at
prices never seen before in Lincoln.
HESPOLSHEIMER & CO., 12th and N Sts., Lincoln
The Original and Best
1025 O street.
f airri.'iilture Saturday evening.
Mr. Hi. .(,!, (,f (lilt-ago, Hecrctary
f tti- Htiideut inovomciit gave an 'id
h at the V. M. C. A. Sunday.
T. WbniNltfin. :,o ceiiti for the nnjt.
'f Hi- .-,r. If you Kiy cahh In ndnniee.
! oiibkerlptioiiK with any editor.
M Hlieetti theme pnper, one cover,
r! faiitener for 8c.
The University Hook Store.
(dl -uiil ee our new stock of olcc
ri' fUiiiri'M. Koramuvur I'limiblng A
"tiuKvi,H,iMllly,2r,'Sttuih llth Ht.
'I1i cadet Wind inarched lo Ihf t'M'
' law! Wodiioiulfiv noon and helped
';'l .liulge llaywa'rd (with a few iu
HXIO'X SOCIETV MBiynxo.
I'ollowiiig program wan given by the
I'lilon tun-U'ty Friday evening:
I'iaoo wilo, "Lal'ortalnc. Lysbery.
Miwi Anna Aiidcnwoi.
"Xalural Law and the Philippine.
Vocal nolo "Magnetic Waltz," Ar
dMI. Miw Lilian Chaw-.
M'm'trv of War." Hcrtha Plnkcrtou.
Votail llin't, "The Angola," HiiImjm
Hteiu. Eva and .hilla McLimu.
Itcclfiitloii, "The Mule and the
Him." Elide Mne Hlandln.
Vocal holo, Hclectcd. Mr. A. T. H'i'
bell. Kiiree. "Obedleiiee."
E. S. KING,
Kins Watch Hopalrlnif.
Scientific Refracting Optician
1300 O Street. Lincoln. Neb
EVEN ZERO WEATHER
(lorn not prevent our being a
warm proposition when it
comes to . . .
Gctoiii'cstliiiatcon your next printing
of whatever description. No cheap
Joint work, hut the best at reasonable
HUNTER PRINTING GO.
Clarkson Laundry Co.
Choice lines of Wash Dress Goods
for early spring wear are now on
Percales in a large assortment of
new and beautiful patterns in light,
medium and dark colors, 8 i3c to
12 i-2C a yard.
Zephyr Ginghams, both of Scotch
and American make, 10, 12 1-2, 15,
20 and 25c a yard.
MILLER & PAINE.
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