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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1900)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Dr Wonte, dcnt'st.
Gregory the Goal Man
University Book Store.
Try Westerflcld's cfig shampoo, Cor
R. L. Waterman, '00, was at his home
at Carlton a few days the past week.
Miss Clare Mnckln, '03, of Omaha has
been formally pledged to Delta Delta
Thirty-three students arc attending
the medical school of the University of ;
Miss Dimmick played "Waldosrnn
schen," Liszt, as a p'ano solo at chapel t
J. W. Searson, Jack Ilitchman and l
Georgo Shedd visited university friends
a few days last week.
Thirty students have enrolled In the
now class for public speaking formed
by Mrs. Manning this semester.
Fountain Pens, 14 kt. gold, at 50c,
C9c and ?1.00 each at book and station
ery department, Herpolshelmer & Go.
The Northwestern line is the pio
neer line to the Twin Cities. Double '
daily limited tinins. Remember this'
line. . j
Miss Minnie Hay of Auburn, a
former conservatory student, was in
Lincoln last week for the Padercwski
Have your clothes pressed and clean
ed at the People's Suitorium. Suit
pressed. 50c; pants pressed, 15c. Stu
dents' agency at The Co-Op. I
M. B Ketchum, M. D., oculist and
aunst. Specialty, correction of abnor-
mal vision. Room 314, third floor,
Richards block. 'Phone 848. I
The only thoroughly good place in ,
he city whore a student can get any '
kind of board Unit he wants is at Cam-;
"nn's cafe, 114-118 South 11th street, j
During the past two weeks farmers'
institutes have been held at Ansley,
York, Tamoia, Merna, Fort Calhoun,'
Friend, Kenesaw, Arapahoe and Alma. '
The university is now buying all its
coal of Charles B. Gregory (U. of N
'01) Why not buy your coal of him, ;
too? The place is 1044 O street; the'
'phone 343. i
At a meeting held Monday, February
12, Professor Richards was elected sec-1
rotary of the industrial college faculty ,
and Professor Hodgman secretary of
the academic faculty.
The Omaha Sunday Bee recently
printed a three column engraving of
the membors at the Zeta province con
vention of the Phi Delta Theta frater
nity recently held at Lincoln.
The first match game between Miss
"Whiting's and Miss Spurck's basket
ball teams was played last Wednesday
afternoon. The score was 7 to 12 in
favor of Miss Whiting's team.
Since tho meeting of the regents
about the middle of December twenty
one scientific, educational and indus
trial societies have held meetings in
the different buildings on the campus.
Guy Glvlngston. a former student of
the university, a member of company
M, First Nobraska, who was killed In
the battle of Santa Motra February 5,
1800, was buried at Platunnouth Satur
day. For history cover, history paper,
note books, fountain pens and all
other college supplies go to the book
and stationary department of Herpol
shelmer & Co.
The preparatory medical society met
last Wednesday afternoon in the chem
istry laboratory. Tin- ch'ef feature of
tli'- Hireling wan an nddrpss by Dean
WilllHton of the Kaiuan university
iii li a! school
Albert Garrlnger, '00, received Quite
(s Tl IT rc
Continues and is the most talked of and most heavily patronized mercantile event of the present
season. Hundreds are taking advantage of this sale and arc supplying their future Trouser
needs while these bargains last. Remember that there were 4000 pairs bought for about half
value and that we are selling them at a very slight advance over and above what, we paid.
Nino Grout Lois Sco what they arc and what thoy aro worth.
Lot 1 at $2.08
fiOO pairs of Men's finest tailor made
Trousers, made of fine stripe and check
worsted, hard finshed cashmeres and
solidly woven cheviots, worth in any
store $4 60, $5.00 and SO. 00.
Lot at $1. 9S
475 pairs men's pants in one lot, ele
gant patterns of worsteds, modest and
durable things in cashmeres, serviceable
things in cheviots, for general business
wear. True values $3.50 and $4.00.
Lot 7 at 8c
000 pairs of men's pants in this lot.
Value for value they equal the general
line being sold hereabouts for $1.50 and
Lot 2 at $2.75
450 pairs men's tailor made pants.cut
from worsteds, cashmeres and cheviols,
all are pure wool and are elegantly
made; scarcely a pair in the lot worth
less than $4.50, $5.00 and some as high
as $5 50.
Lot 5 at $1.50
500 pairs of men's pants in all in this
lot. They're all wool cheviots and cash
meres in fancy and plain colorings.
They are-wortb easily $2.50 and $3.00
Lot 8 at 80c
300 pairs in this lot, not a great many
patterns to select from; they are, how
ever, as good as you many see outside
' our store at $1 25 and $1.50.
Lot 0-Uo.vs' Odd Long Pauls if.
Boys' long pants worth 80c goat .$0.50 bb
Lot 3 at $2.50
425 pairs of men's fine quality panta
loons; these are remarkable values,
being grades from goods worth $4.00
and 4 50 and some as high as $5.00.
Mnderias, worsted, cheviots and cash
meres. Every pair fully warranted.
Lot G at $1.25
400 pairs in this lot; no greater val
ues shown in our city at S2.0U and $2.50.
They are well made, handsomely cut
and we guarantee perlect satisfaction
to the buyer.
Boys' long pants worth Si. 00 goat .75
Boys' long pants worth $1 50 go at .08
Boys' long pants worth $2.50 goat l.fiO
Boys' long pants worth $8 00 go at 1 08
All the Men's Pants above mentioned, except Lots 0 and 7, run in sizes
:() (o 50 wnM sio and 20 to iW leg length.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
an attack of grip a few days ago, which ments of tho university, each time
necessitated his leaving the university, withholding his name, has just pre-
He is now at his home at Osceola, but sented to the state museum a finely
expects to be back In the university polished slab of Missouri onyx, or tra-
within a few days. vertine. This Is the first piece of pol-
The Northwestern line and the P., is!10'1 "yx received at the museum.
Professor Fossler recently gnve a
very interesting talk to the college set
tlement community, and Tuesday even
ing. February 20. G. H. Ellsworth, su
perintendent of the university grounds
and buildings, will lecture on the
j proper care of the health of the neigh
borhood. This lecture course Is nrov-
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion of the University of Kansas num-
iiers two bundled and fifty. In the
E. & M. V. R. It. announce to the trav
eling public that they will make the
low rate of ?17.50 to Hot Springs, S.
D and return on February C and 20
and March G and 20.
Professor Bruner will lecture at the
farmers' institutes at Gibson. Hold
rege, Elmwood and Farnam; also at
Bennington and Douglas Grove. Dr. Ing vcry holpfll, aml I)0,)nla,.
warn win prouawy lecture nerore me
Institutes at Cozad and Elk Creek.
Professor Jean C. Do Kolty of the
high school has accepted an invitation
from Acting Chancellor Bessey to de
liver a lecture in French to the stu
dents of the university. The lecture
will probably be given some time this
I A. home, which Is always open to the
..... iiimaij m-uiuuw uiu urnuiKiiiB young men of the university.
iiji liiuii annum uruiuncni contests.
The usual prizes
to the successful orator of that society.
Jay A. Barrett, necrotary of the Ne
braska historical society, received
from James Mltcholl of WMbor. Neb., a
letter last weok In the hand writing of
CharlOH I of England. This letter boars
the date of Oxford, February 20, 1044,
that year being a leap year, a It shown
Miss Alberta Spurck, '00, has accept
ed a position as an instructor In tho
summer training school for physical
directors at Chautauqua, N. Y. While
In the university Miss Spurck has
taken a classical course and has also
specialized in the department of phys
ical training. During the Inst three
years Miss Spurck has become very
proficient in tho practice as well as in
the theory of her work. At Chautauqua
she will instruct in apparatus work,
which Is tho most difficult of all gym
Trained civil engineers from tho
University of Nebraska have been con
stantly In demand by the government
una railroad companies. Among the
undergraduates who havo recently left
i t,,,cc bim. cas ... ;, , i !'i!ST,sTirr.r
I ."... .nun arc pursuing regular courses vana, Cuba, lo fill a nosition In the
of study. The association also main-'government corps of engineers; S. D.
tains a missionary study class and a! Slil)!0"1',.A: T- Gloff. E. S. Shlnbur and
teachers training cH nn.i .. v i n ' J n,,cl' ftH "f whom left to nc-n-.itiiLiH
inuniiif, tiass, and a . M. C. .Pf H mih..- nuiw. ...m. ..,. ....
" I'uoillilllO Vt.Ul IIIU 1)111-
Ilnglon railway company.
TIlC liminr mi "Mtmnliim nf Ttwllo "
iiuuiii uiiiiuricui uuiiii'HlH. , i. t ..-,.... """" '- iiraiu.
.rtoH will bo awarded, and ' l'"r DnviK. lKKlgmij and Moi-i ?. .'"',;',, 'yi ? i ' " ' V,"' "1
.7. H. H.UM4 of ,., U.I., ' '-,,0,1 , , o,ro th0 !;"" TiSi SSa"
s $5 as a part of the prlzn oxccllUvo "nn.lttoo of the state teach-! of the Chicago Record, Is of Interest to
fnu9 nKifi'..tI.... . i it r . .
! ii-jnui; .mini hi iiik ijincoin notoi re
cently to present the claims of mathe
inatlcs for a place on tho general pro
gram at the noxt sous ion. The claim
was not only allowod, but permission
Kivcn to Import some noted mathomatl
nl leader to onrlcb ihc proponed program.
by the date. , rosters or Maud Adair., Anna Held.
.... , ., r ,. , . ' Mxlne Elliott, Mr. Uwllo Cnrtor etc.
it. , , . ' -lx- lncbcH, (Tic ea 'h, Indian
U'lutlM Ifl (.(.' tiff. Cl-rl'llll fur.U I'olnltt.n . "' 1IU.I1UI
'" " nad wi'v. k'o ''ix.'li;
'fill l.1.r.t.u tt l'l..,.! 1 ..I. l.l I...
"" ' iiiui illlll (!, nil (J HUOUIII IJIJ
of interost to all students. Tho paper
shows that although this literaure Is
very o'd it reveals somo heatitiful sen
timent. Tho Hindoo liorature, though
luigoly religious and phlloHophlcnl, is
also In no small dogree secular. Tho
pooin which the people sang to their
gods arc good evidence of their
Professor Burrott. head of the farm
or Institute department of I ho Uni
versity of Nebraska, repot U good In
crest manifest in the Instltules all
over tno state. Institute havo been
I tWllfi frl.st
to the comnuraUvo iir'auh nf cnUtttrt . ... ' " ,
women non-colleso women and collolo1 samv vonor' Vm ,x!8 Im'lios,! "-m during the past two weeks at Ans
me For Z nuZ! bh kn S ' a"h- Tho g'f P8t0r' 2xJifi ,"': ! ' ,YVPk- Tnmo"1 a,", Mon'' ,he ,at"
men i 01 ibis puip ose blankH have ,0m, Mr each n ' ''"K exceptionally well attended.
I.mi Issued, th.ee of which will 1 sent :U(. A, mon,,.,,! , . n?' (,,,y '"""totes will be in sosslon
to each Kiaduate of the twontytwo In- .?'? ,lC" " ml ftn" '"" weok ' P""" Calhoun, l.Iond
stltutlons comnrislne the fl.nHnftn ' k " I":,lB: A ,.arK'' Ul, of 8nm11 post-, Konotnw. Arapahoe and at Alma. Tin
ill mil ,. .. t - ,. - - i - .-..--.......
is, ?xiu, n-oin :ic each utivuini. Mnui special feature of thnva unHHinnu win bf.
A gwneroiis citizen who has made- and picture department, Herpolshelmor ' ,1,f' fi,om'I"-," lecture on alfalfa
other contributions to various depart-' & Co. I growing delivered by Professor 8. J
j Hunter of the Kansas university.
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