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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1894)
Tho new bulletin, No. 32, of the Nobras
ka Experimental Station, on wheat unci some
of its products is just out and is receiving
considerable attention -from tho commercial
A student in tho twelve o'clock Geometry
class, who is evidently not very classic, was
asked tho moaning of Q. E. D. Ho trans
lated it somewhat freely, "Quit and oat
If anybody doubted before that the Glee
Club boys wore a very fine looking set of
people, tho picturo in tho hall taught him
better. Everybody says: "My how tall
The Union Society will hold their spring
election of officers April 4:. Mr. Searson
would like to have all tho tld officers hold
over, but thinks that it would be a groat
breach of tho constitution.
A large delegation of students wont out to
the "Wesloyan Monday to see the "scrap."
They were so disgusted with tho whole affair
that thoy got up and left tho hall when thoy
saw that Cotner and Wesloyan wore so easily
taken in by that irresistible "Weaver
Johnson gang. "
Tho Palls had an unusually fine program
last Friday night. Dr. Ward spoke upon
"Naples, from a student point of view."
His lecture was both interesting and instruc
tive. Tho oration by Miss Flora Bullock and
tho paper by Miss Florence Smith wore re
ceived with scarcely loss attention.
The Dolians elected tho following officers
for tho spring term: president, Scuyler Mil
ler; vice-president, O. A. Erwin; recording
secretary, Mao Rhodes; corresponding sec
retary, Wm. Axlinig; critic, Grace Country
man ; sargeant-at-arms, 0. L. Anderson;
music secretary, Miss Alico Hunter; assist
ant music secretary, W. F. Elmoro.
Tho Palladians elected tho following offi
cers for tho spring term at their business
meeting Tuesday: President, G. F. Fisher;
vico-prosidont, Miss Maud Hammond; re
cording secretary, Miss Flora Bullock; cor
responding secretary, Miss Jennie Barber;
music secretary, G. N. Porter; critic, F. F.
Cook; treasurer, Edgar Banghart; sargeant
at arms, Robert Hailo.
Tho best flavored soda waters in tho city
may bo had at Rector's pharmacy, N. W.
corner of 12th and N streets. Tho tempt
ing menu that is offered consists of plain
sodas of every conceivable flavor, also
phospates, mineral waters and fancy drinks.
Rector's ice cream and fruited sodas are tho
best in tho city. A specialty is made of
health drinks fancy and plain. Egg drinks
of all flavors. Try Rector's sodas onco and
you will drink no others. Call and get a
Tho Y. W. C. A. "program in tho Chapel
last Saturday night was a great treat and Ire
who missed it lost a hearty laugh. To see
tho old maids of tho faculty made over even
better than new by moans of a corn sholler,
all sorts of creams and face bleaches and
balsams, and tho great exertions of Bill-dad
was a groat deal of fuu. Miss Auman as
Miss Smith, Miss Pollard as Miss Jones,
Miss Ross as Miss Wilder, and Miss Grace
Broady as Mistf Tromain, were excellent
substitutes, and tho others were scarcely less
perfect. Tho gymnasium orchestra didn't
furnish a groat deal of music, but its panto
mine was tine. A great many people dis
covered before tho performance closed, or
bettor, just as it closed, that the Belles of
tho University wore nothing at all but tho
Not for -Men.
The best place to buy your new Spring Dres,
Bonnet or new Shoes or new stylish Jacket, at
prices reasonable, is the great daylight system of
stores of Herpolsheimer & Co.
Fine Dressmaking at very reasonable prices;
also accordeon plaiting done, at Herpolsheimer
New Spring Neckwear, Corsets, Gloves and
Millinery at Herpolsheimer & Co.'s, 12th and N
streets, Lincoln, Neb.
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