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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1899)
Several university profossora lmvo
received Inventions to attend the forty
second tinnmil meetlnK of the Missouri
state horticultural society. This meet
ing will bo hold nt Princeton, Mo., T3!
cembor R, G and 7. A doloRntlon will
go from the university If it cun bo ar
ranged. University of Nebraska alumni clubs
have already boon formed In Chicago,
Washington and Omaha. Lists of uni
versity alumni In other cities aro now
being prepared. These lists will bo
Bont to promlnont men of each city
with the request that other such clubs
Professor Barbour goes out Into por
tions of tho state the latter part of
each week. Ho Is sent out by tho state
to oxamlno clay pits, gravel pits, stone
quarries and water resources. On same
of these trips ho obtains lino vlows.
Ho will continue theso excursions until
tho weather becomes disagreeable.
A now organization, composed of per
sons In tho city as well as In tho uni
versity who aro Interested In tho study
of ornithology, meets onco a month at
the university. Tho members read
papers and discuss matters relating to
mlgrat'ons and will eventually com
pile a complete record of Nebraska
Last Saturday tho P. 13. D. C. do
bnted tho question, "Resolved, That tho
income tax Is a just system of taxa
tion." U. It. Gordon and It. L. Water
man wore on tho affirmative and E. C.
Flnlay and Louis Goodwill on tho neg
ative. After tho debate 0. W. Meier
spoke of somo of tho countries he
visited while making a trip around tho
Wo aro still looking for a fountain
pen to equal that which we sell for
(!9c. Wo do not expect to find any
thing to equal It In value for tho prlco
and do not belioYO that.ypu. will either.
Every pen is warranted. Wo also
carry a full line of Waterman's "Ideal"
fountain pens, the "Itemox" and all
other reliable makes. Book Dopt.,
Herpolshelmer & Co.
Commandant A. L. Brown requests
that all discharged members of any
United States organization In the
Spanish-American war or Filipino re
bellion, who aro in tho university this
year, call at his office. They must
bring tho!r discharges with them, and
if thev have an honorable one Com
mandant Brown will glvo them credit
for all tho military drill and tactics
offered at the university.
I. Norlcow, tho great Russian writer
on sociology, has written from Odessa
to Dr. Ellwood, secretary of the asso
ciated charity organization in Lincoln.
Ho congratulates Dr. Ellwood upon his
work ,and especially upoji his series of
articles, entitled "Prolegomonla of So
cial Psychology." This letter, coming
from so high an authority on social sci
ence, haB given great pleasure to Dr.
Tho basket ball season will open
after Thanksgiving. Instead of an
Inter-olass schedulo of games as in
former seasons, th!s year a schedulo of
games will be arranged between tho
four classes In the unlvorslty. This is
cortainly a stop in tho right direction,
as it will lift basket ball up to the
standard of the Inter-clas3 foot ball
and base ball games, which are always
looked forward to with a great deal of
Interest by tho membors In tho differ
Dr. Green delivered tho first of a
course of lectures on insanity to tho
law students Wednesday. The courso
will continue two weeks with two lee
turos a week. It will be his aim to
glvo first a gonoral outl'.no of tho nerv
ous system. A discussion of Insanity,
its causes and its various degrees and
kinds will follow. This course will be
followed by a series of lectures by Dean
IS THE BEST
1 M. Ktlgorton, Ajjoni, University.
Drs. Clutter & Shannon f
DR. JAMES STOCKFIELD,
nFNITKT mi Hired, Lincoln, Nob., op.
ULTIMO I. .,oltp the 1'iiHt, Olllcp. Pallidas
Kxtrncilnim. Oculkohcr ..ihnnizt. (lolil 1111
Inif 9'.M)nml up; Silver I'MlllnirB 50 coniH iinil
up; Wlillo ItllluuN 75 cciiIh and no. Ileal net
of u-elli $10 00; Cheap net of tcclli i?.V(X.
All Work Cunrantood.
he ook Department
HerpolsheEmer 8 Co.,
Headquarters for Fountain Pens, History
Paper and Covers. Text Books and ail
Music and Picture Department.
We carry a full line of all late and popular
Music at half the publishers' price. Pic
tures and photos framed, from 25c upward.
1136 O Street
Indian Posters on colored felt mat
Platlno Types, mounted, 8x10, each.
Rccso, showing tho lcgnl effect of In
sanity and tho application of tho law
w!th regnrd to It.
Dr. Hastings announces that physical
examinations aro now open to all un-der-graduates
who aro not registered
In tho regular gymnasium classes. The
hours for these examinations will bo
from 9 to 11:30 o'clock In tho morning
and 1:30 to 3 o'clock In tho afternoon,
and for thoso who find It Impossible to
moot tho examiner between thoso hours
spec'al appointments may bo made
with Dr. Hastings for examinations.
So far this season one hundred and
forty-one examinations have been
made, a very creditable record In this
Sidney J. Kent, state statistician of
tho state labor bureau, recently do
nated to the state museum blue prints
of all the war vessels in our present
navy. These wero prepared by the
government for Mr. Kent and aro tho
best of their kind, sonic being twelve
feet long. They show with great ex
actness even tho minutest of details In
the construction of theso war vessels.
By request theso prints aro deposited
in the department of manual training
for the use of the students. In addi
tion there are somo relics from tho
Maine and from somo of tho famous
old vessels In tho rebellion.
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place to have your Clothes made?
They fit, they wear, they look good
Fine Tailoring of all kinds.
L. J. Herzo
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FASTER THAN EVER.
Effective Oct. 15, tho "Union Pacific"
will Inaugurate new train service and
will reduco tho time of the Ovorland
Limited Train No. 1, botweon Chicago,
Council Bluffs and San Francisco, 3
hours and 15 minutes. Only 57 hours
Missouri river to Pacific coast. Buffet,
smoking and library cars, with barber
shop, Chicago and Council Bluffs to
San Francisco and Portland. Throe
trains dally to and from Pacific coast.
Elegant palace sleeping cars, dining
cars, chair cars. For full information
call on E. B. Slosson, agent.
NOT A SURPRISE.
It will not bo a surprise to any who
aro at all familiar with tho good qual
ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to know that people ovorywhero take
pleasure- in relating their experience
in tho uso of that splendid medlcino,
and in telling of tho boneflt thoy have
received from it, of bad colds it ha?
cured, of threatened attacks of pneu
monia It has averted, and of tho chil
dren it has saved from attacks of
croup and whooping cough. It is a
grand, good medicine. For sale by
WOMAN'S RULING PASSION.
"That divorced couplo is married
"How did It como about?"
"Tho ox-husband wont around and
fell off h!s bicycle In front of her house;
ho know she would rush out at him
with a clothes brush."
You are invited
to use our compressed air
plant to inflate your tires.
No work for you No
No charge from us.
C. L. SHADER,
io?'i'ath. Bicycle Repairing
Oliver Johnson, D. D. S.
(her llurlo)' Drue: Store.
The high standard and progressive meth
ods which have given this School its envi
able reputation for over thirty years are
For circulars of detailed information ad
dress the Secretary,
DR. Nw S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
The Heady to Write Instrument of Today Is
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