The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, October 01, 1897, Page 12, Image 12

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Colleg-e Settlement Report.
A mass mseting of the students was held in
the chapel Tuesday morning, in the interest
of college settlement work. Joseph Boomer
was elected chairman of the meeting.
Mr. Boomer presented Miss Whiting, who
read a very interesting paper on the purpose
history and progress of settlement work, es
pecially in our own city. She explained tho
motto given by Prof. Hodginan, "For human
ity and our students" as very fitting of their
aims. She showed how tho workers in tho
University had struggled from a very small
beginning; what they arc now doing; and
what they propose- to do.
Prof. Fossler, tho treasurer, was introduced
to make his report. In connection with his
report he made an earnest plea to the students
that they put their shoulders to tho wheel aud
help promote this work. He gave an item
ized report, showing exactly how, and from
what source the money came. Total amount
received, $144.87; total expenditures, $140.84;
balance cash on hand $4.03. The Prof, stated
that the association needs at least $170.00 to
carry on the work properly. Profs. Sweozy,
Hodginan and Fosler were the members of
the faculty elected for members of the board
of control. There were also four members
eb'cted from the student body. They wore
Misses Whiting and Dinsmore, Messrs Hawx
by and ICuhhnan.
Make No Histake
You will tiud it to your advantiige wheu iu need of
Clothing, Hats
Furnishing Goods
to oull on tbe Armstrong Clothing Co. They operate
u. first class house throughout una their extreme low
prices together with their ever courteous treatment
nave made their store the best known as well as the
most popular of any similar institution in the state.
Trade with them and you will never have reuaon to
regret jt.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
1013 to 1009 O St,
You are invited
to see
My Special $16 and $17 Suits
Made by hand. First class references
can be furnished as to my artistic ability
Cleaning and repairing done correctly.
Artistically yours,
31. 15. 3IeT-.AT7GHJL.I3S
1240 O St. Lincoln, Nek.
Refracting Optician
Weak and Strained Kyes Successfully Fitted.
No Atropine, No Lost Time.
1300 O St.
Lincoln, Neb.
that Charles B. Gregory sells
the best coal for students at
the Lowest Prices in the city,
deliveries made promptly.
Chas. B. Gregory
U. of N. '91, dealer in coal, coke, wood.
Office 1100 O St. Phone 343
Yards 14 and Y. Phone 488
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YUU :;:S
may squirm, pull,
push or struggle,
but some collars
will not fit some
shirts. Our shirts
and collars fit. Let
us show you some.
Call and, see us
A. KRONEB, Leading
Shirtmaker and Furn
isher. 939 O Street
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