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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1899)
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Dressing Sacques and Wrappers.
Dressing Sacques in eiderdown, pink, light blue, red
and grey, eacli 69c
Dressing sacques of heavy wool eiderdown assorted
colors, plain or figured crochet edge, satin ribbon on
collar, all sizes. $1.25 values 97c
All wool eiderdown dressing sacques with braided
sailor collars $1.47
Heavy flannel wrappers $59 G
Heavy print wrappers 69c
A large assortment of wrappers in fleece lined per
cale, upward from 97c
We have just opened another line of wool waists, all Laboratory Aprons and Ovcr-slccvcs, Etc.
colors and sizes, upward from 1.25 Rubber oversleeves, a pair 10 and 20c
New collarettes just the proper things to wear with Gossamer aprons with eyelets each 75c
. . t ,r M Rubber cloth aprons, each 50c
suits or jackets, prices range upward from 1.50 B,ack duck aprlons w'it), pocket for ountajn pel1f ctc
Monday morning we open up 50 new 514.00 to $10.00 each 25c
suits, assorted colors, sizes and materials, very latest Waiter's aprons and jackets, extra quality, aprons
styles, a perfect fit guaranteed, while they last, each . . 10.09 25c, jackets 50c, white caps 15c
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HISTORICAL SOCIETY NOTES.
Several years ago a flag was donated
to the Nebraska State Teachers' asso
ciation. It was" then left at the Ne
braska historical library. One day
during the session of the association
in this city tills week the teachers
took the flag to their meeting at the
Lincoln hotel. It will likely be pres
ent at every annual meeting hereafter.
'During the past week Ave bound
volumes of the Lincoln Courier, from
1893 to 1897, inclusive, have been
added to the historical llbniry.
J. Barrett is at work making maps
of the old stage routes used in this
state from 1845-G9. He has some of
the old settlers in different counties
tracing these now nearly obliterated
routes. These old routes run through
pastures, farms and villages. So many
are plowed up as to make this a very
difficult task. The map when finished
will prove quite an Interesting' piece
of early Nebraska hiBtory.
On going into the historical library
one will be surprised to see how many
newspapers are kept on flle hero.
There are 500 Nebraska papers alone,
besides a number from neighboring
states. Mr. Barrett has been collecting
duplicate copies for several years. Ho
has 15,000 of these arranged so as to
bo easily accessible. He lias been
drawing on these to complete the flies
of Nebraska newspapers. Within the
next two years ho will have 500 vol
umes bound. Those already bound
are placed in the fireproof vault, which
will hold 1,500 volumes. Mr. Barrett
Is desirous of getting all the flies of
Nebraska papers possible. They will
lie safer hero than being stored away
l.i somo attic. He especially desires a
comploto flle of the Nebraska papers.
The only copy of volume ono of the
Hesperian which ho has is No. 1. Ho
only lias ono numbor of volumo two.
During the '70s ho has somo, and
nearly all during the '80s.
Tills weelc Mr. Barrett is packing a
box of Nebraska reports to bo sunt to
Columbia college, New York City. An
other box Is being prepared for the
New York City library.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
The Unlvorsity of Minnesota reports
a membership of about three hundred
and eighty. The University of Ne
braska has two hundred. There Ib too
much difference considering the rela
tive size and merit of the two instltu-,Our
Those students who are making a
collection of souvenirs use good taste
In their selections. Several silver
spoons were taken the night of the re
ception. They make nice keepsakes,
but it is hard on association finances
to replace them. Any one taking the
spoons by accident should return them
to the Y. M. C. A. rooms at once.
The Y. M. C. A. rooms have never
been so largely attended as they rtre at
the present time. The telephone brings
a largo number and the rooms are be
coming indlspensible In the univer
sity. President J. J. King will soon be out
again after a slight attack of fever.
J. W. Hollister Is also threatened with
Great plans arc being made for the
address by Dr. Rowlands next Sunday
upon "The Religion of tho Next Cen
tury." In ordor that the crowd may
be accommodated tho meeting will bo
held In the chapel. A lively song serv
ice with a chorus will bo ono of the
The social committee has already
begun to plan for the reception that
will be given to tho law students In
the near future. The success which
marked this reception ono year ago
has not been forgotten. An attempt
will bo made to mako It a grand suc
cess. Tho association will soon begin a
special effort to enlarge its member
ship. The work as now carried on
merits the support and sympathy of
all young men, regardless of their affil
iations with other organizations. Do
not wait to bo coaxed, but join whon
you aro solicited. J. S. MOORE.
A LOVER'S DILEMMA.
If 1 folt sure our lovo wore done,
I'd burn nor letters, ono by ono;
But sho is floklo and, alack!
'Twould work mo woo should sho come
G, H. Frey
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