The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, April 09, 1897, Page 4, Image 4

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    Til 10 13 IE SIP'S ill AN
the Icitehen door and saw me on the Hoot
crying. Then he said, "Well 1 am a
beast, little girl, to have forgotten your
stuff, hut I'll go right down town and
order the dinner sent up from Don's,
then we'll he sm-e its all right."
That was adding insult to injury.
"Sure its all right" indeed !
I told him it would have been all right
then, if he hadn't been such a tobacco
fiend that he couldn't live half an hour
without smolring; and then he said he
wasn't particular whether the Clarks had
any dinner or not. and that he didn't
care if the house did smell like a canning
1 aid then 1 wished I had never seen
him and he remarked very calmly and
sarcastically that he agreed with me per
fectly for once. And so it went on until
John said if he had known what a tem
per J had he never would have married
me; then Iran out, slammed the door,
went up stairs, threw myself on the bed
;and cried harder than ever.
After while 1 heard the bell, and then
Ipretty soon John tapped at the door.
When I opened it he handed me a note
from Mrs. Clark saying that at the last
'moment the Dr. had been called out of
town, so they could not come.
And there 1 had been cross and iiglv
to John all for nothing. I told him I
was sorry and he declared it was all his
fault and told me not to think any more
about it; but to get. ready and wewould
go down to the Lincoln for dinner and
itihen go to the opera.
We went and had a lovely tfme and
-neither of us have mentioned chickens or
cwnbarrifts since. Siurx.
The Palladian boys debating club has
elected the following officers: H. 8.
Stewart, president; I). M. Garber, vice
president; A. A. Henry, secretary ; G. E.
Kindler, sareant-at-arms.
R. S. Hunt spent vacation at Douglas.
Dr. Clyde Davis, Dentist, Richards Blk.
Best work in the city. Merchant's
Barber Shop.
Com Barrett visited friends at Prairie
Home durjng vacation.
1330 0 street. Jas. Kolbach custom
shoe shop.
0. A. Reitz has been tendered an im
portant position on the snrvey.
Dr. Hodgman's dental office, 1105 0
street. Special rates to stndents.
The Glee Club concert has been post
poned until the first of May.
A. W. Martin Law '96, of Dorchester
Neb., was a Universit3T visitor this week.
Leo Smith and R. S. Parsons spent
vacation at their homes in Council Bluffs.
Students, see the ad. of Mr. Ekluduy
on our back sheet. Drop in and try one
of those 15 meals.
E. A. Sirrard has quit correcting
Browning books and returned to his
home at Columbus.
Boys, remember that Westerficld. th
Xioneer barber, gives the latest -style in
haircuts 117 N UJth.
Chancellor MacLean will give the com
mencement address before xhe Kearney
High School graduating class on May 2S.
Coal to burn. Charles B. Gregory, V.
of N. 1, sells all kinds of coal at 1W
0 street in in the basement of the Rich
ards block. Students are invited to will.
The Poster entertainment giwu by the
young ladies of Kappa Kappa Gamma
fraternity, March 27, for the benefit of
the College Settlement, was a unique and
successful entertainment. The musical
selections rendered by Messrs Turner,
Schwartz, Lansing, Raymond, and Griggs
were especially pleasing. Individual mem
bers of other fraternities assisted in the
Poster. Financially the entertainment
was a great success.