The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 14, 1899, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    WJJ iJJtTzRH
k M
j i"
Athletic board meeting Monday even
ing In the armory.
Public pupils' recital In chapel Thurs
day evening.
Pershing Rllle drill Thursday even
ing In the armory.
Practice for foot ball songs In chapel
Friday morning at regular chapel houi.
"Literary society meetings Friday as
Foot ball Saturday Kansas vs. Nebraska.
P. ,1. Barron. '98, was in town last
Tuesday for election.
Percy Parkhurst. a graduate student,
has gone to Chicago for a few days.
Miss Helen "Woods spent several dajs
Int.' week visiting In Lawrence, Kan.
Carl Frlcko. ox-'Ol of Plattsmouth,
was a visitor at the Phi Psl house last
R. 13. Morgan is now at his homo In
Tobas, Neb., and is very ill with ty
phoid fever.
Professor Shipinan of Tufts college,
Massachusetts, was a caller at the uni
versity yesterday.
Miss May Colson, '1)9, school ot
music, of Fremont, if- taking a post
graduate course in the school.
Dr. A. T. Peters left Sunday for west
ern Nobraska to investigate a mysteri
ous disease among cattle there.
Professor Brunei will deliver a lec
ture next Saturday before the county
teachers' association at Arlington.
Miss Mercy "Walker, '98, a teacher
this year at Schuyler, Neb., visited the
grade schools in Lincoln last Friday.
Professor Purmart Eames delivered
a highly Interesting analytical lecture
recital before the "Woman's club last
A. A. Hunter, collector for the botan
ical department, left Thursday for the
western part of the state, where ho will
collect specimens.
Will and .lames Johnston, '94, for a
time practicing law together at Bil
lings, Mont., have opened an additional
office at Miles City.
Miss Bessie Turner left Lincoln last
Saturday to spend the winter in New
York, where she expects to devote her
attention to voice culture.
Miss Ruth A. Price, a former univer
sity student, is making a map of the
country abound Falrbury for the use
of the department of geology.
Dr. Hastings went to Omaha Friday
evening to join Professor Ward and Dr.
Wolcott in a ten-mile tramp to Belle
Mie. Spec'mens will be collected on the
Miss Eugenia Getner of the school
of music Is engaged In writing for the
music columns of the Omaha Bee and
will probably open a studio In that
Allen Smith, a student In the senior
olass, died last Wednesday at his homa
in Blue Springs, Neb. He had neon for
two years an assistant In physics and
Virgil Barber, '98, who Is engaged in
farmers' institute work, delivered an
address to the ranchmen of the north
west part of the state at Harrison last
Thursday evening.
Will L. McKay, '98. now connected
with the V. S. weather bureau at Buf
falo, N. Y writes that he enjoys regu
lating the weather lor the inhabitants
of that region very much.
M. S. Moore, n member of the present
graduating class, now at the Omaha
medical college, stopped at the univer- i
sity last Thursday and shook handB
with many of the students. Ho ex
pects to bo in the university the second
semester,. 4
Miss Free of Berlin, Germany, who
recently played at a chapel musical,
has been engaged as piano Instructor
in the school of music. Miss Free was
a favorite pupil of Moskowskl, Europe's
greatest pianist, and assisted him In
his work. She has a wonderful tech
nique and will bo welcomed Into Lin
coln musical society.
Dr. Wente, dentist.
Gregory the Coal Man.
Harper, shirts, 1012 0 street.
New books. University Book Store.
The latest books in at The Co-op, 322
N. 11th.
Try Westerfield's egg shampoo, for
Full line of writing tablets at Univer
sity Book Store.
When the freshmen get sick buy 'em
Wrnpson & Gee tables.
Fine "Pennant" wrlt'ng paper at
The Co-op, 322 N. 11th.
"Pennant" unl. writing paper in
boxes at The Co-op, 322 N. 11th.
The sophomores cry for Wraison &
Gee tables. University Book Store.
A large number of students went to
their homes last Monday for election.
For up-to-date university hair cut
go to Westerfleld, the barber, 117 N.
The chapel exercises were conducted
on Thursday morning by Rev. H. N.
The graduate club met last Satur
day night with Professor Davis, 1545 C
All the juniors cling to Wrapson &
Gee tables. On sale at University Book
The seniors can't get along without
'em. Wrapson & Gee mathematical
"Waterman, Remex and Lakeside
fountain pens, all styles, at University ,
Book Store.
Large supply of U. of N. writing tab
lets, with envelopes to match. Univer
sity Book Store.
Dr. Thompson, president of Tarkio
college, led the chapel exercises last
Monday morning.
Large stock of U. of N. writing
paper now in at The Co-op, 322 N.
11th. Envelopes to match.
The special program given by the
Palladlans last Friday evening proved
to be one of exceptional mor.'t.
The law school adjourned for'tw-j
days last week in order that the law
students might go home to vote.
M. B. Ketchum, M. D ocullBt and
aurist. Specialty, correction of abnor
mal vision. 220 South 11th St. 'Phono
Recitals, given by various students
In the school of music, will be given in
the chapel every Friday afternoon at 4
Dean WIIboii will address the girls
nt the Y. W. C. A. meeting next Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. All are cor
d'ally Invited.
The Palladian society has amended
Its constitution so that all names pro
posed for membership now are balloted
on by the entire society.
The Palladlans are planning for their
annual Thanksgiving feed and from
present indications it will be more elab
orate this yar than ever.
The graduate club is considering the
udvisablllty of publishing a graduate
magazine, containing the best work
done by graduate students.
The Thanksgiving recess will begin
at C o'clock on Wednesday evening, No
vember 29, and ends at 8 o'clock on
Monday morning, December 4.
The only thoroughly good place in
the city where a student can got any
kind of board that lie wants is at Cam
eron's cafo, 114-118 South nth street.
""Whatever may be said to the contrary, goo-l
clothes increase the world's respect for aim who
wears them."
TF you have ever -worn an
JL H. S. 6 M. overcoat gou
do not have to be told
they arc the ncst overcoats
money can buy.
overcoats are stylish anct dur
able, elegant in goods and
making, richly lined and fin
ished and full of satisfaction.
The prices are reasonable.
1013-15-17-19 0 STREET.
The students, like the majority of cit
izens, are buying their coal of C. B.
Gregory this winter. It will pay you
to interview him.
Richard Neal, law 9C, nominee or
the renublicnn party for county judge,
carried Nemaha county nt the late
election by a good majority.
It's the best ?1.50 fountain pen on
the market; guaranteed A. A. Water
man's. Stop in at Hanna's drug store,
cor. 14th and 0, and see them.
Acting Chancellor Bessey addressed
the teachers of the high school on na
ture study Saturday morning. Miss
Hayden of the art department also
The executive committee of the state
academy of sciences will meet at the
university on Saturday to diBcuss mat
ters' relating to the coming meeting of
that organization.
All coal will go higher very soon if
present conditions continue. It will
pay every one to arrungo for their win
ter's coal at once by seeing Charles R.
Gregory at 1014 O btreet
The thirteenth annual report of the
state horticultural society is now in
print. This volume is devoted mainly
to the apple and Includes many papei-B
of great interest to orchardlsts.
The faculty ladies' club met with
Mrs. Bruner, 2134 South Seventeenth
street, Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock. Professor Neligh gave a talk
on methods of drawing and writing.
An anti-polygamy petition protesting
against the Mormon congressman,
Brigham H. Roberts, is being circu
lated in the university. It has already
been signed by many members of the
Coach Branch of the foot ball team
has instituted a new departure In foot
ball work, namely, holding meetings of
the team every evening at alt early
hour for the sake of giving secret In-
otructions to the men in regard to new
plays and the individual work connect
ed with them.
H'story covers, full size, leather
back, 10c each at Herpolshelmer's
Book Dept. A full line of students'
notebooks, history paper, theme paper,
Faber pencils, lead pencils, etc., at
lowest prices.
All alumni who have not already
done so should send at once a state
ment of their present residence and oc
cupation to Jay Barrett, who Is compil
ing a list of graduates for the univer
sity authorities.
The annual charter day address is to
be given by ex-Chancellor A. R. Benton,
now of Butler college, Irvlngton. Ind
The observance of charter day in this
university was inaugurated by ex
Chancellor Benton.
The debating assoclat'on met Satur
day evening and after some discussion
decided that with the unexpected large
registration for the preliminaries that
it would be necessary to limit the time
or each contestant to flvo minutes.
Hoop ball continues to be the sport
royal of the gymnasium classes and
some exciting games are seen upon the
floor. The 1 o'clock class has organ
ized a hoop ball team, wh'ch will enter
Into the Inter-class contests.
The strength tests on the new dyna
mometer will be given on each Satur
day after the foot ball season closes.
Groat interest is belli, taken In these
coming tests among the strong men
and some big figures are looked for.
The preliminary contests for the
events to be given on next charter day
have been postponed until after the
foot ball season is over on account of
the Inability to obtain the baths for the
contestants on Saturday afternoons. ""
The following books wer received in
the library last week: "Jack," Daudet,
two volumes, Illustrated; "Elsie Veil