The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, February 05, 1897, Page 7, Image 7

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    T II K U Vs s p rc H 1 A N
The third term of the school of music
begins this week.
Mrs. Winnie Govell, of TDlmwood. has
returned to school.
Mr. Langworthy attended his brothers
wedding last week at Seward.
Martin Hiltner will have charge of the
assaying class this year.
Charter Day vacation will be Monday
and Tuesday. Feb. 15th and. 16th.
The Y. M. and Y. W- C. A. will give
their semi-annual reception about the
loth of this month.
, The new members program of the Pal
ladian society will be given two weeks
from Friday night.
Miss Nora Graves, of York, an old Pal
ladian, has returned to Chicago to resume
her studies in art.
Miss Marguerite O'Connul, a former
Pall, reports progress in her school work
at Sterling. Nebr.
The Y. M. C. A. glee club will give an
entertainment in the Y. M. 0. A. build
ing the 19th of this month.
Prof. Swezey treated his class in gene
ral Astronomy with some views of tlie
planets last Tuesday.
Thy Zoology Journal Club will hold
their next meeting Feb. 9th instead of
February lfi, because of Charter Dav va
cation. On Wednesday morning Prof. Peter
son found room 27 at the Library crowd
ed with those who wished to take up the
"egmning work in Shakespeare.
'i'hc cuvulry men and the artillery men
Hon- distinguished from the infantry
oy strips of yellow and red, respectively,
across the lower part of the sleeve.
Stodekt8-We Can save you money if
you buy your fuel from us. We have all
wniia of Coal at reasonable prices.
Kans. and tfeb. Fuel Co.,
1008 0 St , Tel. 335.
By some mistake the "copy" of the
Union Oratorical contest was mislaid.
The Hespeihax apologizes for the erv
and promises a full report next week.
A Aveek from today devotees ot St.
Valentine will make their yearly offering
at his shrine. No matter whether times
be hard or easy St. Valentine's offering
is sure to be on hand. We have made a
reputation in Lincoln for handling every
thing new and original in Valentines and
we believe you will agree with us if you
examine our goods. We have Comic
Valentines not the cheap ones to be
seen in almost every dealers window, but
new and bright cards with good hits and
comic verses, - which we sell at 5 and 10
cts each: lace Valentines for 1-2 ct. each
to 10 cts. Cards at lc. to 25c. Novel
ties in celluloid, etc, at 12c. to $2.00.
Etchings on satin, from 50c. upwards.
Our prices as usual are made at lowest
possible margin. Book Dept., Herpo'l
sheimer & Co.
College of Law Notes.
Judge Maxwell gave his first lecture on
Code Pleading this week.
AY. fl. Lamrae '96, of Clarinda, la.,
was circulating among university friends
this week.
This lias been a week of examinations
in the law school. The Senior class has
had examinations in evidence and equity
pleading; the Junior class in Blackstone
and contracts.
The Maxwell club will not meet Satur
day evening. This is a sore dissapoint
ment to many barbs, who are anxious
for a chance to vindicate that they are in
the majority, and can elect their man
with "a tree ballot and a fair count."
But after all, perhaps delay is better for
the future of the club.
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