Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1895)
THE ONLY COMPLETE INSTITUTION OF ITS KIND IN THE WEST.
It has its own well-appointed building
which joins the University campus on the south.
Tflnequaleb advantages . . .
Are offered for the study of Music in nil its brunches, including Hnrmony nnd
Composition, Pinno Forte, Voice Culture, Violin, 'Cello, Clarinet, Oornot, nnd
nil minor instruments.
The pnrticulnr ndvnntnge of the Conservatory is in the fact that nil the grout nd
vnntnges of the University ure opon to its students with no further charge thnn the 5
matriculation fee. This includes Orchestra and Military Band practice, Artists' Concerts,
Pupils Recitals, a Course of Lectures in Music nnd Art, nnd nlso Gymnasium privileges.
The CONSERVATORY RESTAURANT
furnishes the hest hoard in the citv. nimuauu,
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
B"lMlllB rl Ml 8 1
v BEST LINE
The Standard for All.
Highest Quality of All.
w i . wi
Have you feasted your eyes upon
tyhc beauty and grace of the 1895
olumbias ? Have you tested and
compared them with all others ?
Only by such testing can you know
how fully the Columbia justifies its
proud title of the "Standard for the
World." Any model or equipment
your taste may require, $1QQ
POPE MFG. CO.
--iiffl Boston, New York,
An Art Catalogue of these
famous wheels and of Hnrt
fordK,8o$6o, free ut Colun.
blu ".Roneies, or mulled for
two a-eunt stamps.
Powered by Open ONI