The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, February 12, 1897, Page 7, Image 7

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Miss Lela Wheeler and W. ,J. Lowrie
have joined the Palladians.
Best work in the city. Merchant's
Barber Shop.
Miss Tjillio Munroe was confined to her
room a few days last week by sickness.
J. E. Shuo, of Summorfield, Kan., is
renewing university acquaintances this
The senior boys failed to make an ap
pearance with their canes Monday morn
ing. Mr. Guy Barnes has returned to resume
his studies after being away on account
of sickness.
The regents will tako action on the
text boDk question, at their regular moot
ing next Monday.
J. W. Hoarson will speak before the
teachers of Elmwood, Saturday, on the
Source Study Method of Hist My.
Call and see our now hydraulic chairs
at 1144 0 street. R. & 0.
Rov. C. R. Weldon, of Rod Cloud,
obr., an old Pulladian alumnus, was
Siting the university this week.
The department of Geology will have
je usual Charter Day "open house."
1110 muR0"m will bo open in the evening.
Professor Fling left Thursday for
yno, Nob., where ho will speak this
Jing concorning the teaching of His-
M Messrs. Collins, Bel
aud Brookings were the new mem
P at the Union society
&1,ar ,ovoni,,g th0 v- B' D' o-
.u00 t0 " OOrt.
L thl''d dobati"S elnb to adopt
' C 'ST mA lem'ly shows e
J. F. Boomer writes that ho has been
elected president of tho Liberty literary
society. Tho society consists of the
teachers, students and business men of
Libert v.
Mrs. 1. S. P. Weeks has . recently es
tablished a sowing school at the College
Settlement house. She is assisted by
five ladies from tho university. Already
over twenty pupils are in attendance.
Coal to burn. Charles B. Gregory, U.
of N. '91, sells all kinds of coal at 1100
O streot in in the basement of the Rich
ards block. Students aro invited to call.
Tho U. B. D. C. has elected tho fol
lowing officers: President, J. A. Maguire;
vice-president, J. Plowhead; secretary,
Mr. Herbert; attorneys, O. W. Meier, F.
G-. Hawxby; sorgoant-at-arms, A. S.
The Board of Control of the College
Settlement, consisting of Profs. Hodg
man, Fosslor and Adams and Messrs.
Knhlman,Reedy,Corey and Miss Whiting
visited tho Graham Taylor house Monday
The question for dobato in tho Union
Boy's Debating Club next Saturday night
is: Resolved, that municipalities should
own and control the natural corporations
within their limits. Affirmative, Mr.
Toll, negative, Mr. Wattors.
Students We Can save you money if
you buy your fuel from us. We have all
kinds of Coal at reasonable prices.
Kans. and Nob. Fuel Co.,
1008 O St , Tel. 335.
Professor F. M. Fling has accepted an
invitation to speak at the Congrigational
church at Havelock next week. The
pastor of the church has arranged for a
series of practical lectures to be given by
specialists on different subjects. We
congratulate him on his choice of a spec
ialist in history.
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