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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1899)
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THIS WEEK'S EVENTS.
Flints mt tfutike, solid week, betrln-
IMil Knpim PhI illKtrlot convolution
Stiatc oratorical context In Onuilui
Card jmrty by Miss Margaret Win
ger Friday evening.
Pcrwhing IMIIch Thursday evening hi
the nrinory. Open drill.
UoelUil In cluipcl by Mrs. Will 0v'n
.Ioik'h, Tuesday evening.
hi I'M cotillion nt MiiiHiiii
F.nglish club Saturday evening. p0rt..
poncd meeting from April 1.
College settlement entertainment
Saturday evening in cluipcl.
llasc lmll game with Wivdoyim
t.i m pus Saturday nftcrnoon.
I'rt'liinliuiry debute in uhnpcl. Ttics
dii.v ii nd Wednesday evening.
Mathematical seminar meeting Fri
ihij evening 7::i() o'clock, W. III.
liolnnd llocd In "Ills Father's 11a
b" nt Oihcr Wednesday evening'.
I'lmrlcs II. Yule's "Forever n Devil's
Auction," Thursday evening nt Oliver.
Special meeting of utliletle board
Snturdiiy evening in nrinory. Import
ant. Dual indoor meet with Onuilui Sit
urdn.x, April 8, nt Onuilui Y. M. C. A.
I'lii Phi smoker to visiting delegates
at eluiptor bouse, li!!0 (1 street., l'uo.v
Zoological club Thursday evening in
Nebraskii hall. Discussion of resh
water fan no.
Farewell banquet at Lincoln
to visiting delegates Thursday
ing by I'lii Kapii Psi.
Olaudc M. Stor-, sprained his nnkflo
severely while procuring the- hurdlo
jump In the armory Friday evening-.
The 1itln Colloquium omitted its
regular meeting Inst Tuesday night.
The next one will bo Tuesday, April
New line stamped University pupor,
Cranu's bond In tablet form, 200 sheets
for It" cents, at Umlverstty Hook Store,
I. . Korstm-yer of the civil engi
neering department under the direc
tion of Professor Stout, Is limiting n
series of tiwts of a native, Nebraska
Until further notice every Monday
will be bargain day for flowers anil
Thursday special ribbon sale. Don't
miss this opportunity. Mrs. Luke, 130
South 12th street.
While Professor Lawrence Fossler is
in Europe he Intends visiting- the most
celebrated u ui versl ties remaining long
enough to sJtutly their most modern
mid successful methods of instructions.
O. F. LAMBERTSON. D. D. S
Grmhmte of Ohio Collcgo DonttU Surtfory.
Onlco, Alcxnmlor block. Rooms 23 nnd 2t
COU. TWELKTH AND O 8TS
DRS. GIFFEN & SMITH
Telephones & Mid. 208.
ltooins 8, U nndlO, Ollvo 'I lie ulei IJulldlng
will appear tlin
Annual, known as
LOUIS N. WENTE,
130 South tlth street.
Hootns 20. 27 nnd I, llrovviiull Ills. IMiono NW,
Tooth I'xtrnctol without Pnlu.
Cor. 11th and OSIn.
DR BENJ. F WEST,
Omco: lira O Street, Ovor Fitzgerald's. Tel. tll
Residence: 1735 Euclid Ave. Tel.M3.
Hours: 10tol2a.ini 2 to 5 p.m.
Specialties: Diseases of Stomach and Kldnoy.
ticorge Shedd spent his vocation in
Fanny Cole spout her vacation vis
.. lies Moines.
Mary MetJahey is s'H'uding spring
vacation at home.
Nellie LaSelle spout, last week f.f
her home in Beatrice.
Ixiura and Nora Bridije have re
turned from Fremont.
KdnU Csim'nddei) is spending u week
with friends in Lincoln. s
Claude lleed, ClyIc Hayes and ,loc
liick.irds visited in Beatrice over Eas
ter. Milred Parks visited with Blanche
Kricdsonie in Beatrice several days last
Inspector Crabtree visited the Weep
ing Water and Geneva hig-h schools
Lida Miller spent last week in A tea
"The University Association" of Chi
cago has just published in its monthly
magazine, The Patriot, a character
sluilv or Henry Clay by Professor
11. W. Caldwell of the University of
The April Kioto
week. The Junior
"llie Sombrero." Mm Sonlor Chwn.
Book, and the publication of Mic Se
nior law class known as the "Budgett"
will appear during the moth of April.
A new addition of six hundred spe
cimens of the lish of the United Slates
lias been received from tho United
States Fish Commission. Tills nmkos
the tihird or fourth coivriirnincnt re
ceded from tho government, without' ... .., ,..,
ovnense to the University. ' DR- ALBERT R. MITCHELL,
Dr. 11. B. Ward has just received a
now volume on. "Tho Microscopy of
Drinking Water," by George Chandler
Whipple, biologist and director of Mt.
Prospect lalmratory. Dr. Ward and
Charles Fordyce are mentioned several
times for work done in this lino.
The festivities of tho Phi Kappa
I'm district convcntiinn lx-gln Tuesday
night with a smoker at the fraternity
house. Wednesday night they give "a
cotillion at the Lincoln, and Thursday
oeniti farcAvells will be said at a ban
quet dinner also at tho Lincoln.
The prairie dojr lins become a de
cided nuisance in the western part of
tho state and the jicople in that sec
tion nave asueo taie goxernineiu ;o
tend exports to experiment in hopes
of exterminating this animal. Virgil
Barber will !eae soon on this niis
sion. 'Plio senior promenade committee
wan apM)intcd last week. Tt consisls of
J. Ii. Kind, chairman. Arthur Unnnon,
E. II. Clarke. TL D. Londis, E. A. Mc
Creery, Frank Bninos. Ellen Gere, nar
riet Cooke, Nellie Randolph, Laura
Bridge. April 21 is the date fixed for
the event. '
Hurr Hlock, - . Lincoln, Neb
DK. G. W. CLUTTEU AND
II. A. SHANNON, D. D. S.
Dentists . .
Dr. Shannon Is a graduate ot the Chicago
College of Dental Surgery.
OrriCK 1130 O St., Lincoln. Nkii.
Telephone 6S5. P. O. Hoi 951.
To step into our store
for a few minutes and
look over our new styles of
Hart, SchafFner & Marx
suits. They are acknow-
ledged to be the finest
clothes made in this coun
try. It will certainly pay
you to see them and get
our prices before
decide what to wear this
HART, SCHAFFNER &. MARX
FOUR-BUTTON SACK SUIT
By Hart, Schaflncr & Marx
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING COMPANY
503 South Uth street.
Special attention to diseases ot women,
cry convenience for nurpical cases.
Tho delmting association of Missouri
ison, Kns., the gniest of her sister, Mrs ' lTniersit.v has consented to change
.1 S. Mnthows. the dato for the annual joint debaic
Mlio Itandolpb, prineiKil of the
West Boiit high sn-hool, i sited friends
in LiiK-oln last week.
IVt- Doweose and Frank Lehmer en
jo.xwl their -ncation at Cem! City
Nob., sliooting ducks.
Bdgar Crtinib, Fnmk Bain, Henry
Barker and Harry GrofT spent their
spring recess in Fairbury.
Ining Cutter, '9S, princial of the
Beatrice high school enjoyed vaca
tion Kiting- Alpha Thota Chibrothera.
ltiUM Mauley, oily editor of thu
I'lN-mont Tribune, attended 1U10 Delta
Tan Delta lKiiupiot at tho
Bdilh .Jackson, Horlwrta .laynus,
Lihol Tukey, Woxl JohiiHonv Mnude
and Gertrude Maeoniber ent the
sjirmg aoation at their homes in Om
G. I". Kiudler, princijMl of a Beatrice
ward school, and .7. K. Pearson, in
structor in the high school in Bed
Oak. Ia lwth of '98, lisited in Lincoln
during liister rece.
Misses Anna Broody. '97, Lucy
irMi. 9S, Mury Jackson, '98, Julia
Wort. '07, and Jojde. Iansin'g. 'OS. are
KjM'iHling their vacations visiting
fn.-mlK in tbo city and University.
with Nebraska from May 5 to May 12
A conflict in the first instance wit 11
the date determined upon for the in
tercollegiate oratorical contest made
the change necessary.
Dr. .Mry and Benton Dales hate re
cently had published in the "Berichte
dor Deutsche!! Chemisehei Geseil-
sclmfl" a short article upon "Die Fih
len Quellon bei dor Kloktroliitischon
Bostimmuug des Kisens." It is a con
densed rejiort of the work of Mr. Dales
for his master's degree.
F. V. Tavlor. superintendent of
Farmers' Institutes, has been attend-
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY.
Office Houiis: Offlco, Zchrung Ulock.
9 to 10 a.m. N.W.CornerN&ISthSts.
IS to 12:30 nnd '2 to 4 r. it. Residence,
Evenings by Appointment, 1313 C Street.
Sundays, Vi to 1 I'. M. and
by Appointment. - Telephones:
Onicc, C18. Hcsldcnce, 017
1013 to 1019 O STREET.
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
The Original and Best
OOlce Telephone -U6.
Hesldenec Telephone 424.
Schmiltel's lunch room; 131 So. 11th
Go to Don's Cafe, South 11th. Open
Cameron's Lunch Room, 118 South
BIentli. Open day and night.
Sadie Bucket t, fashionable dress
making and milliner, 1301 O street.
00 our widows. Foot-Form store.
18K. O street.
Tho Senior Annual will Ik ready for
'lUtiihution this week.
C. B. Rlggs, Dentist, 141 South 12th
St.. op. Keystone grocers'.
1'hl ICappa lsi entertained Clay
Clemem Saturday cxaning.
Dr. L. l Davisdentist. Walsh-Putnam
"lock, corner Eleventh and O street
Dr. V.. J. Ang-le, prac'tice limited to
skin awl urinary diseases, 1400 O Hi.
Linicoln, ;,, the annual meeting of the Ameri-
can association 01 iarmers insiinue
inanagors, hold in Rochester. X. V.
Mr. Taylor is secretary of this society
and presented a pujrt ujion the work
of the association.
Chancellor MacLoan was in Chicago
a part of last week attending the an
nual meeting' of the north central as
sociation of colleges. A meeting of the
graduates and former students of the
I'nhersity of Nebraska residing in
Chicago mis held at the Victoria hotel,
whero a Chicago association was
Professor Caldwell reeehed a tard
from Walter Huirting's's father last
Thursday in which Mr. Hunting says
that ho has-word by cablegram from
General Otis that Walter is recoiering'
rapidly. This will bo pleasant news
to Walter II inning's many friends at
the rniwrsit. !, who have boon anx
ious to hear of his condition.
M. B. KETCHUM, M. D., Puar. D.
Prof. Ophthalmology, Otology and
Lincoln Medical College,
Offers a thorough, private course in refraction
onice, 226 So. lltb st. Hours, 9 to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Residence 1310 G street., Tel. 242.
Ofllce, 1223 O street. Rooms 17 and 18,
Over Miller & Palne's, Tel. 635
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
Practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
1025 O street.
Tho Messrs. Alexander, Paul and
Kdward Walker of Cedar Bluffs, Saun
ders county, btiio just isited the state
museum bringing' with them a con
tribution in the way of a gigantic
thigh lxHic of a. mastodon, the first of
its kind contributed as yet. This was
round, together with some teeth and
other lwnes. bv Mr. J. W. Smith of Ce
dar Bliitrs, and by him donated to the
state intiMMiiii. The teeth and other
arts he promises to send later.
The experiment station is about to
publish two bulletins that will be of
especial interest to the far-mere, stoclc
men and dairymen. These bulletins
are sent out free ot ciiarge 10 eanji
. . ' . , rrr 1 i iuwsoaaer 111 uie muiu .1110 j
1 up junior law c lass i.as organ - , . , ..,..... ellCTKi j f.,rm-
it IU CI1 t n I -.a -v. nt .1 lllllll.l ;im ------ -
- woru mill ICillll Hllll iil-ll .....v-- ...- , . ,
Cnll and see our new stock of elec
tric fixtures. Korsmeycr Plumbing" &
Heating company, 215 South 11th at.
E. S. KING.
Fine Watch Repairing.
Scientific Refracting Optician
1300 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
C larkson Laundry Co.
A RIBBON SEASON . .
EVEN ZERO WEATHER
does not prevent our being a
warm proposition when it
comes to . . .
Get our estimate-on your next printing
'Hie annual girls gymnasium exhi
bition will be hold Why 0. All classes
hard at worlc preparing for it.
I l.n ...... Miiiinct 4lw tfi rti... fiiwl UI I '
I " '. ".'", v: ;V":. " .. of whatever descrintion. No chcan
' lor as me means ui uiu mawun ...... -- z-- . . ., - . ...
tjermit. In bulletin 57 several pagMl-JO'iu wore, uuc 1110 oesi ut reasonanie
will 1 devoted to reports on experi-' prices.
ments made at various parts of Ne
braska with smooth brome grass. Bul
letin 58 will be upon "Annual Forage
1 Plants for Summer Pasture.." PHONE 350.
A Ribbon Season Such as w
Have Never Known.
We have talked often and long
about Ladies' Ready-to-wear Suits
because we have unlimited confi
dence in what we offer in that line.
As we have said before they are
before is what we are preparing for. mj,Hr hi
A variety of beautiful styles such as "iauL UJ
lias never previously been plnced on
our counters is what wc offer you. reliable and competent tailors of new
High novelties in -widths from No. and fashionable materials tn tho most
40 to SO; price 25c to $1.00 for lint approved styles of the season and,
trimming's, belts, sashes and ties. . . . ,, . , . ,
Among these are shaded stripes, ora- Cfit o a " P"ces a dcrate. Wc
ber stripes, pompadour stripes, Roman !,ave 'vel1 mad stylish suita as low
stripes, broken stripes, plain stripes, as $0.50; some special values at $9.00
and hair line stripes; some taffeta and to $12.00 and others up to $27.00. We
other satin and talTeta; plaids in , ,.- 4. i i
plain and broken stvlcs of 11ie are almost sure to please you in styae,
ln-lg-litcst colors; Dresdcns witlh or ft nn Pce. A good time to "buy is
without satin stripes and with or while the assortment is at ita "best,
without fancy edges, with drawing Ladies' spring jackets of stylish
euros 101 Hiuri-iiiK. )e nuT.ck.in- muuv lnn,c nn.l nnrrwt. clinn flnft olllr nr
V.w.. ...... w..wVV ......T .-- -- w-
HUNTER PRINTING GO.
widths as the above in plain colors,
stripes, plaids and Dresdens.
Narrow widths for trimmings and
collars with drawing cords for shir
ring in plain colors, stripes, check,
plaids, and Dresdens; some with and
others without fancy edges, 7c to 20c
Tf you want the very latest we Invite 0w,
you to come.
satin linings, tailor made. Prices,
$5.00, $0.00, $7.50, $650, $9.00, $10.00,
$"ll.00, $13.50, $15.00, and $17.00.
Ladies dress skirts in latest shapes;
novelty cloths, plain cloths, brocades,
mohair, etc., at prices astonishingly
MILLER & PAINE.
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