The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, April 24, 1899, Image 3
-fc Hdll IN HONOR OF LIEN. Expressions of Rogrot Given by a Largo Gathering of Sioux Falls Citizens. iA Slonx Mills special mulct ilutu or A'prll 10 wiy: "More than -1 ,00 people coming fixini every wnlk ot life, illtl honor tlilw afternoon to the inumory of Cnptnln donti.s 11. Lion, company l, First South DnUotu reg-lntcivt, who fell wlillo gallantly lending tho charge against tho liiHiirgonits nt Manllno, nml Privates Algernon Ueech uiul William (ipolnn1, 'troop 11, Grlgsliy's (rough fillers, who tiled of fever contracted nt Tump ('lileltaniaiigii, "Tim big auditorium where t.he ser vices woro held contained the largest iiiulliMice over gathered togcUlior tiniler one roof (hiring the history of Sioux Pulls. 11 Minimis were tumble to gain ndmlMtiiicc. The iiiulltorlum was ap propriately decorated for tho occasion; two lurge American Hags wore draped from tho center of the proeeuluni arch of the stage, nml untight at the sides with rosettes xf urn pi. Placed high over the stage upon a white iKiol'grouml trimmed lu crepes were the mimes of tho men in whoso mem ory the services were held. The .stage was banked with palms, and the speaker's table was covered with Am erican lings. Vases eoiit.iining lilies of the valley stood upon the 'table. The draperies of the balcony were caught up at intervals with white mi tin rib lion and fastened with rosettes of crepe. Minuting and crepe interwoven covered the girders und support, or tho roof. "The services were of tin interesting, impressive character. At 11 o'clock the (i. A. It. nml tiivlon veterans' union, preceded by 11 drum corps playing n dirge, 11m ruhed to scats reserved for them under the stage. Various frater nal and eiiu souities marched from their headquarters and took allotcd spoccs. lioveniTir Lee, Judge Carland of the federal court; U10 ministers of every church In the city, ud many prominent men occupied seats upon the singe. "The relatives of the ao'tniMed sat ni'.ir tilio stage" 'flOlng tho speakers, ludge On rln ml' presided and addresses were made by tiovernor I.ee, Itev. N. I Soe, U. S. (!. Cherry, Judge 11. JI. Keith, O. 1 Mates, C. M. Iay, Judge V. S. Palmer, J. 11. J. Mlue.k and Itnliih Parlluian, (piarterinaMter of (1 rigs by s rough riders. The Minnehaha .Mauds kor singing society, of which Capttiin Men was once a liiemlier, sang two .vclco'tinns, iuid solos were contributed by .Miss Inez Thompson, Mrs. U. S. G. Cherry and W. II. lirsons, of Si. Paul. The speakers paid eloquent tributes to tho character of the dwul hemes, and during tho services many affect ing iucideiiits oeeurred." niilea and soolnl science. Professor Warner wiuj also ti l'Jil JJotn. Kappa. tiw some time his 'health has been falling and hu was given sluk leave nt the beginning of the school yeur '07-8. Since ahuu he has been lu Colorado, Mexico and Arizona. It Is understood tlutt hu Is slowly improving, being better now than for some time past. COLLliUES. Manngur LMsher announces that Wla constu and the University of Tonnes t.eo will incut on the gridiron. Novem ber 18. The contracts are not) yet signed, but .the date Is as good as llxetl. Former commander of the Merrimac, James Mmllson Miller, an alumnus of William Jewell college, luis recently presented thtit Institution with an In terest ng and valuable souvenir. It is the captain's bell which was rcmiovud form the vessel before it sank. wVt its meeting Inst Wednesday Mio board of overseers of Harvard univer sity voted to concur with the presi dent and fellows in tho uppolutmunt of Professor Mlnton Warren of Johns Hopkins as professor of lectin, and of Mornls Mickey Morgan, 1,1,1)., Ph.D., of professor of classic philology, 00th to feru from September ilrst, next; and of I harles Murtou llullek, Ph.D., as assistant professor of Greek, and of Arehlbald Carey t'oolidge, Ph.D. as ns sistaint professor of history, both for llvo iears from September llr&t next. To those students of 'the Kansas Wesleyan university who enlisted In the nriny, free tuition will be given for the remainder of their college course. The following good ndicu Is taken from the Dally Cornell Sun: "After 1 ill :.. ....!. I .... ..1.. 1.:..... ..r r... 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He was a member of the ulnss of 1S70, took an M. A. in '70 and was given the degree of 1 n. 1). in IsOt. He studied nt the i nhersities (if MunU'li and Paris from '"0 to 7B. Fis.ui 1870 to 1891 ihe served tills university a professor of history, being for the last six years of that time .secretary of the Xebroska State Historical sooieiy as well. In 1801 lrofesor II'iwui. was called to the chair of history at Stan ford, which iiositioii' lie still hold. ImkI year we had a year's leave of absence, part of which time ta npent here, the rest lu study In Ulio east. Professor Howard Is rne of the ear liest members of - .i Beta Kappa. Professor C. X. Little graduated in 1870, took an M. A. in 1854 and a Ph. 1). at Yale in 1885. He was instructor in mathematics and civil engineering hero from 1880 to 1884, und associate professor of civil engineering from 1885 1o 1800. In the Intter year lie wns made professor of the same. In 1893 lie was chosen professor of maWiemnt ics at Stanford. Professor Little was elected to br.th Phi Heta Kappa and Sigma XI. Professor Warner graduated' In 1885, procured his Ph. D. hi 1888 at Johns Hopkiiifi. He wns general agen for tho Clinrity OrgnnigaHoiv society of hal'thnore from 1887 tc. 1889. He was chosen professor of political economy at tiie University of Nebraska hi 89 nnd remained two years, wlien. lie be came sirperln'tendent of charities in Washington, T). C. Here he wmained iinti. 1893, wQien lie wns called toStnn ford university as professor of econo- J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL GO. ! m" P.O.BOX 921 r.HICOPEB PALLS, MASS. tvkl.&d ,0 VCARS "Father." said a young son of Dia con Sqnibbs, "what is the dilterence between a man who dyes wool nn-1 an editor?" "Well, now, really, my son," beam ing benignly on his offspring, "1 tun not prepared to state. What is the dif ference?" "Why, pa, one is a lamb dyer .mil the other is a ." "Whnt? What, my son?" "An editor," continued the youth, rolling his tongue around in his check. 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