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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1897)
T II K IIKSi'KIMAN
Fo re 7i sic Notes.
The Kansas-Nebraska debate will take
place at Lawrence, Ivans., May 7.
The Interstate oratorical contest will
take place at Columbia, Mo., May 6.
The question to be discussed in the
Kansas-Nebraska debate is: " Resolved,
that it should be the policy of the U, S.
to extend its boundaries." Our represen
tatives have their choice of sides.
The convention of the state oratorical
association elected J. D. Denison presi
dent; J. R. Ellison, vice president, and
fl. S. Evans, secretary. In this conven
tion the university was rep resnted by J.
I). Denison, 11. S. Baker, 0. H. Allen,
-i. P. Cameron and Will Heitzman.
Miss Price spent vacation at her home.
Misses ISva'CTSulivan and Helen Lan-
rjint the vacation at their homes in
Prof. il. h. Nicholson, Prof, and Mrs.
Hnmur and. Martha Bassett were among
the number that went to Brown ville to
attend Mrs. Furnas' funeral last Sunday.
All the new novelties in Easter neck
weur just arrived at the Ewing Clothing
Br. Besseywill give an address next
M'Klay night before the Fourth Annual
Mucatifttml Convention to be held at
Jtovid City. His subject will be "Nature
fctady in the Rural Schools."
For high polish or domestic work, trv
1 he Best Laiwdjiy. We do mot 'break
pilars, lhey are -turned iby hand. 224.9
u t. Phone 57.9.
We ' your special attem ion to Rer
lolHljii,JW & CVs. line of base ball
ftoodR. They are mnfalsthc Pj-ofegsioT,,,!
agon Tongue and Professional League
ite which have always sold for$l .00, at
w feni each, and the American Assoei
"ou ball, full regulation weight and
e at oOe. Bag Ball mitts of eveiy des
'npiion at correspondingly low prices.
Call and sec our new hydraulic chairs
at 11440 street. R & C
Leaders in late styles of noby Chiveott
suits. Latest patterns. Ewing Clothing
The Palladian girls planned a com
plete surprise for the boys of the society
week before last Each boy -was sent a
note on Friday with an urgent request to
attend a business moeting Saturday after
noon. When the boys entererl Palladian
hall they w-ire surprised to find the girls
there in force and the room prettily dec
orated. An hour was spent in conver
sation and in watching the "acting" of
orator Roper. Refreshments were then
served. Before leaving, the boys gave a
vigorous cheer for the Pal. girls.
Students see the ad. of the Palace
"Dining Hall in another column. Go
down and try their board as it is the
bast in the city.
Students of the University will be sup
plied during the coming week with
Cassells German dictionary at L.12.i per
vol. Students will find it to their inter
est to patronise our book department, as
the more students trade we get the lower
we make the jrice to students. We are
by far the cheapest place in the city for
books, stationery, note books, history
paper, fountain yens, pencils, etc., etc.
H. Herpolsheimer & Co.
The "Foot Form Store" in Lincoln is renowned
Hre novelties in shoes are always found;
Elegant effect in Tans, Wines and (Jhockeets too
Foot conforming shoes they have for you;
Oxfonlsin ties and strapbear in mind
Only the latest at Sanderson, Sebureman fc 'David1
you -will find
True tried, a reputation tlioy have won;
Fa-vorliw with correet dresses, every one
On a perfect lit you can here rely
Right styles at right prices you can 'here buy.
Make no mistake, at 121H O street call,
Sanderson, Sohuremun &Davis' shoes excel ithem all
The scholar, mechanic, clerk or millionaire
Obtain the best. "Foot Form" shoes are the dimes
Reliability and economy are here combined;
Everything for human feet at 121H O St. you'll find.
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