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fil Students will do woll toremembor that Woatorfiold is yot in
business, at his old stand, 117 North 13th. Latest stylos in
The Hesperian is informed that the Junior Annual board is
in receipt of much good material, in pictures and otherwise,
Any one who has European History papers yot with the de
partment are requested to call and got them any day between
eleven and twelve.
Oharlio Taylor, '98 has already won a good reputation at
Ohiowa and he has plenty of energy still in reserve. Ho, too,
is one of Prof. Luckey's pedagogy boys of last year.
The opening reception of the Y. M. 0. A. in their new
quarters will bo held tomorrow evening and all young men are
invited to attend. The severity of the weather caused the post
ponement. The University members of the L. H. S. class, '95, took a
trolley ride to University Place on Monday evening. After
enjoying the hospitality of Mattie Goodell they took a late
car for the city.
Major Weeks remarked Monday evening on the good con
dition of Government property in charge of the University. A
little more care as to personal appearance would make the
battalion one of the smartest looking bodies of troops in the
country as it is now one Of the best drilled and steadiest.
Mr. 0. D. Chandler, '9ti, of Hartington was called to Lin
coln a week ago to attend the funeral of his mother. Not
quite a week later death again entered the home and carried
away his father. Tho Hkbperian joins the students and fac
ulty in expressing their sincere sympathy to Dr. Chandler and
other members of tho family in their bereavement.
ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERYWHERE for 'Tho Story of tho Philip
pines," by Murat Hnlstcad, commissioned by tho Government as ( lllclal Historian
to tho War Dopartmont. Tho book was written In army camps ut San Franolsoo
on tho Pacific with Gonoral Morritt, In tho hospitals at Honolulu, In Hong Kong, In the
American trenches at Manila, in tho Insurant camps with ARulnaldo, oi tho rieclc of
Olympla with Dowoy, und in tho roar of battle at tho fall of Manila, Bonanza for
agents Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on tho Bpot
Largo book. Low prices, Bigprntlt. Freight paid. Credit given Drop all trashy
unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address II. L. Barber, Gon. Mngr., 350 Doarborn
Kent College of Law.
Marshall D. Ewell, LL. D., M. D., Dean.
School year openod September fi, 1898. Throo
year course Improred methods uniting theory and
practice. THE 30HOOL OF PRAO HOE 18 THE LEAD
INQ FEATURE, Evening sosslons of ten hours a wuok
for oaoh class. Students can he self buppoutino
while STUimNO. ArrnnpomontH made for supplo
montal preliminary education. For cutulogue, address
W. F. Momeyer, LL. B., Secretary,
018-010 ASHLAND BLOCK. CHICAGO, ILL.
FOR MEN AND TOUHQ HEN
We show perhaps the largest assortment of New Spring Top Coats to
be found anywhere in the state. The styles this spring are unusually
atractive. The prices are even more attractive.
We show several hundred elegant pure wool covert spring coats that
have always sold et $10.00.
We show an extensive line which are wonders for value, style and finish.
We show silk lined top coats, also those lined with Italian cloth.
Handsome patterns, proper cuts, clever finish.
We are showing coats that have silk velvet collars and are lined
throvghout with pure silk. They are strong $15.00 coats and
have never been shown in Lincoln for less than $16.00.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING COMPANY
1013 to 1010 O Street.
J. H. PETTIT
Has moved his shop to 1439 O, on south side of street, and will be glad to see
old customers, also new ones.
OD? JLXjTj kinds.
D. E. DE PUTRON,
Boom 5, 1041 O' )t, Lincoln, Nob.
The high standard and progressive
methods which have given this
School its enviable reputation for
over thirty years are carefully main
tained. For circulars of detailed informa
tion address the Secretary,
Dr. N. S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St.,
For Fine, Home-Made
1321 0 Street.
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