The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, April 27, 1896, Page 11, Image 11

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Go to Rector's for your soda.
Admission to the Kansas-Nebraska debate
is only 25 cents.
Removal Osborn's Old Hook Store to
131 North 12th street.
Sec Dr. Hodgman for firs-class dental
work at very low prices.
11. C. House of Doane, visited the Uni
versity Thursday of last week.
George Ivindler has been elected assistant
manager of the base ball team.
Miss Lulu Burrows is back for a few days
visit with her sister and friends.
Mr. L. G. Thayer, of '05, is shaking hands
with his many friends about the University.
Misses Eva and Ella Leonard came in
yesterday for a day or so among their friends.
Bicycle suits of all kinds (except ladies)
can be had of Paine Warfel k Bumstead.
Subscribers who have not yet paid their
subscription to The Hesperian are requested
to do so.
Students! You should know that Ode
Rector's soda fountain has started full-blast.
"Which wil yon have, hot or cold.
The Kansas-Nebraska debate will be held
May 1st, in the Furikc opera house. Every
student in the University should attend.
The Ladies1 Faculty club gives a reee
tion to the students Saturday evening, May 2,
at the home of Mrs. F. M. II all, corner
Eleventh and I) streets.
The Y. M. C. A. boys met in their room
last Saturday evening to elect a correspond
ing secretary to take the place of J. 11.
Kuhus, who will not be here next year. Mr.
C. W. Taylor was elected.
Students! Do you know that you ought to
have your pictures taken? The Elite Studio
is still ready to give yon the best work 'at
the lowest prices, 220 South 11th street.
The Palladia!! girls gave their annual pro
gram last Friday night. The entertainment
was varied and unique.
After the program the boys led the way
to Sutton fc IlollowbuKli's ice cream parlors
where the' had arranged for a "feed." A
genuine Pnlladiau time'1 was enjoyed by
all. Messrs. Baker, Martin and Corey gve
toasts, N. L. Pollard acting as toast "master,
Xr. 0. F. Larnbertficfn, dentist. Special
rates to students. 1207 '0 street.
Get that new style hair-cut at Westerficld's.
Harden's photograph gallery at 1214 'O
street, gives the best work in the city. Call
and examine.
E. Fleming, 1224 O street, practical
watchmaker, jeweler and engraver. All Re
pair work promptly attended to. Glasses
fitted, correcting the most difficult sight. '
Dr. Raymond gave a very excellent ad
dress in chapel last Monday morning. Some
of his statements pleased the classical stu
dents more than some who are pursuing
other courses.
E. R. Guthrie, 1540 O street, the reliable
bicycle man, can mend your wheel in short
order and the right way. If you want a
Rambler call on him they're the best
The profs, all ride 'em.
Students! Do you know that you ought to
lve j our pictures taken? The Elite Studio
is still ready to give you the best work -ht
the lowest prices. 226 South 11th s'trcc't.
Dental parlors of Dr. Hodgman over Bar
ley's. Reduced price to students.
Patronize Westerficld. He is up to'dntc
on hair cutting.
Johnson Graves departed for his home
at Palmyra, last Friday, having received
a telegram that his mother was expected
to live.
C. M. Skiles. class of '05, has been
elected chairman of the democratic county
central committee of Lancaster county.
J. M. Rodgers returned Sunday from a
brief visit at home, Geneva, Neb., where he
had been called by the illness of a sister.
Judge Giffeii of Tecumseh, commenced
Ins lectures on Wills the 15th hist.
L. L. Funk and W. W. Wilson were del
egates to the recent county convention of
free silver democrats.
Judge Munger of Fremont, commenced
his lectures on Municipal Corporations last
The Commercial Lawyers' League meets
in Omaha this year July 21 to 24, inclusive.
1 he last annual meeting was held in Detroit,
Mr. Robbins: "Mr. Mayer, whatlmay
you put in an answerf" , Mr. Mfyer
"New matter not inconmtW with the if acts
stated in the petition. "