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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1900)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Or Wente, dent si.
Oregoi;y the Coal Muti
Uiuverslty Book Store. "" ;
Try Westerfield's ep.g shampoo, for
James Frar.ey has quit school until
A new" circular of the, school of art
js now in press.
Full line of drawing papers at Uni
versity Book Store.
C. K. Norton, '95, Is principal of the
schools at Butte. Neb.
D. lector Davlsson lectured Friday
evening a Bennington.
A few lockors still for rent. Call at
"University Book Store.
Miss Maude Brush of Ashland has
been pledged to Dolta Delta Delta.
Judge Maxwell of Fremont was a
visitor at the unlvorslty Saturday.
J. R. Schofield. SS, now in business
at Geneva. Neb., was in town Wednes
day. W. J. Hemllng of Arapahoe received
a visit from his father a few days last
Yon nee:! a fountain pen. Bettor get
a Waterman Idral at the University
Ned Aboou, who was called home on
account of the sickness of his father,
Miss Ethel Galley of Columbus, a
graduate of the school of music, Is
visiting Lincoln friends.
J. C. Crawford has been compelled
to leave the university on account of
serious trouble with his eyes.
Fountain pens, 14-kL gold, at 69c and
$1.00 each at book and stationery de
partment, Herpolsheimer & Co.
11. It. Fullmer, Alpha Tan Omega, a
former student of the unlvorslty, went
to Tecumseh last week on a visit.
Miss Edna Hyatt is now at Wash
ington, D. C, employed as scientific
artist in the department of agriculture.
The Northwestern line is the pio
neer line to the Twin Cities. Double
dally limited tialns. Remember this
Ernest Wiggetihorn of Ashland and
Karl Williams of York hve beei visit
ing st the Phi Kappa Pal house this
Colonel Will H. Hayward of Nebraska
City was in Lincoln Tuesday o.i busi
ness connected with h s mil tary com
mand It. !fi. Preston, '02, assayer for a
British mining syndic to. is now lo
cated on the Askold island, twenty
miles out from Vladivostok, rastern Sl
borio. Arrangements are now bslng made
Tor a formal memorial service In. mem
ory of Dr. Amoi G. Warner of the
class of 'Si.
M1 Kmhlcou G. lloanii formerly an
Instructor in the Latin department at
the university, is touching In the Au
rora high school.
The faculty of the Lincoln medical
college invited the propitiatory medi
cal society to witness a difficult opera
tion last Saturday.
Members of tho eighth army club
"havo begun practicing for the open
.army program to be given in the
chapel oarly In March.
Albert Hansen, 'flO, is now editor of
the Harlan (la.) American. It is an
oightpage, seven-tola inn weekly and
full of up-to-da e news.
M. B. Ketchum, M. D,, oculist and
aurlst. Specialty, correction of abnor
mal vision. Room 314, third floor,
Richards block. 'Phone 848.
Miss Marguerite ' Gal'aghcr and
Henry P. NlcJson, who. graduated on
charter day also were given teachers'
certificates, indicating that they had I
completed the course in pedagogy, '
which entitles them to a state certifi
cate for teach lag.
-Several of the university professors
engaged in scientific, work have been
asked to be-ome members of tho ncad-
I emy of science of St. Louis.
i Interest In hasp ball Is already be- I
j coming manifest. Over forty candl
' dates have reported for various pos
j tions and indoor practice has begun.
J 0. A. Wright, '97, is teaching in the
' high school at Lend. S. D. During the
summer vacation Mr. Wright is em
ployed by the Star stamp mill of Lead.
Tho only thoroughly good place in
ho city whure a studont can got any
kind of bonrd that ho wants Is at Cain
"nnV ciife, 114-118 South llth street
During the past two weeks farmers'
institutes have been hold at Ansley,
York. Tamora, Merna, Fort Calhoun,
Fiiond, Konesaw, Arapahoe and Alma.
We ask no one to take our word for
it. Try the coal it speaks for itself.
The itlon Rock Is espec.ally adapted for
soft coal burners. Gregory the Coal
The university senate held a meet
ing Saturday afternoon In which the
"Harvard method" of stating the re
quirements for admission was dis
cussed. Charles P. Storrs, '90, is now geolo
gist for the Northern Pacific ra lway
company and has in charge the survey
of all the coal fields belonging to that
The university Is now buying all its
coal of Charles B. Gregory (U. of N.,
'91) Why not buy your coal of him,
too? The place Is 1044 O street; the
For history covers, history paper,
note books, fountain pens and all
other college supplies go to the book
and stationery department of Herpol
sheimer & Co.
A special meeting of the athletic
board will be called next week for the
purpose of electing a foot ball coach.
White, who coached Missouri last year,
is an eligible candidate.
An eastern trip has beei arranged
for the base ball boys. The team will
leave here May B and go through Iowa,
Minnesota. Wisconsin and 'Indiana, re
turning via Kansas aTd Missouri.
There are now twenty-two graduate
students of the university taking work
In the department of philosophy.
Eleven of theao are taking tho subjoct
as majors for the master's degree.
Professor C. R. Richards oT the do
partment of mechanical engineering of
the unlvorslty has beon appointed
chairman of tho commlttoe on manual
training of the Lincoln oducatioral as-
, iocmtlon. .
? Rev. I P. Luddon returned Saturday
from a trip ovor the state attending
farmers' Institutes for some of the uni
versity profossors who could not leave,
, owing to the many conventions being
he'd In the city.
Matager Howard says that Kansas,
Missouri, .ashburn college of Topoka
(and Hamline university of St. Paul.
i Minn., will play on our home grounds.
It is probable (hut Minnesota and Iowa
also will play here.
j The Northwestern line and the F
B. & M. V. R. R. announce to the trav
eling public that they will make tho
low rate of $17.80 to Hot Springs, S.
D., and return on Fcbrunry fi and 20
and March 0 and 20.
Fred C. Do Colty, Ins'ructor In
( French In the Omaha high school, gave
j a lecture In French last Friday morn
ing In the university chapel. His sub-
Ject was Victor Hugo, and was hnndlcd
' In a masterly manner.
f Professor H
turo Friday evening, February 3, at
1 It Must Be Done
We must see the last of our elegant Fall and Winter slock
of Men's Suits by Mai eh i.st, and in order to bring this about
we are going to rloe our eyes to looses and give ou an op
portunity, Mtcb in frict as you never beloie have had to buy
high gtace Suits. We name prices below and tell you just
what the goods are and what they are actually worth, but
prices are meaningless things you must see the goods, then
you will fuily appreciate our splendid offers.
$22.50 Men's Suits at $15.00
All of our heavy weight Suits that sold at $20 00 to $22 50
are included in this lot nothing reserved.
$18.00 Men's Suits at S13.50
This lot given you choice of any and all heavy weight Suits
which sold at $16.00 and $18.00 no reserve.
$15.00 Men's Suits at $10.00
All that is left of our elegant lines of Fall and Winter Suits
which sold at $15 00 will go in this lot nothing reserved.
$12.50 Men's Suits at $7.50
This lot shows all that we have left in heavy weight Suits
and will be sold just as above stated.
$10.00 Men's Suits at $6.98 J
In this lot we give ou ahso'ute choice of all heavy weight It,
Suits which sold at $10.00.
Worsteds and Serges not included in this Sale.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
t.eCfe'CrC'C'C'Cr'C'C'Cr'C'C'C'C'(y' (' O- O- co- tyCr-Cr-Of
Waverly, Neb., upon the subject of
"Expansion." This lecture Is one fea
ture of the lecture course given there
by tho Y. P. S. C. E. society.
John P. Harpham. 'S4, now located
at Seattle, Wash., has been in Ne
braska recently. He is attorney for
several large corporations on the coast,
among them the Pacific Steamship
company, and an Alaskan railway.
Professor Barbour has an article In
Collier's Weekly on the Wyoming geo
logical expedition of last summer and
one on the use of the tola-photo lonso In
thn Photographer Both are illus
trated by views from Mr. Cornell's collection.
letters. It has been followed in every
particular, excepting the name, which
Is changed to "University News Bulle
tin." Evidently the Idea Is a good one.
At the last meeting of the athletic
board It was decided that Nebraska
should withdraw from the foot ball
league with Kansas and Missouri. Ne
braska ivlll hereafter play Missouri
and Kansas under conditions arranged
by the managers, and shall not be
hound down by any league rules.
Bruce Benedict of tho department of
mechanical onginooring will accom
pany Mr. Rhode's, tho assistant general
superintendent of the Burlington, on a
trip to tho Blnck Hills to de'ermine the
.1. W. MoCrosky. '91, who is now efficiency of somo of the new celebrated
chlof oloetrlclnn for tho Buenos Ayrosl Pittsburg locomotives, which havo just
tramway company in Argentine, is on 1 been put in use on the Black Hills dl
hjs way to visit his old homo at Tecum-1 vision.
eh. He will be at Lincoln and will
probably deliver a lecturo to tho oloe
Students of the mechanical en
gineering department are carrying on
i,i, ,, ,, ,. , " "i uAj;sruiiBiiLs 10 uoierminc
sohoa Is n't uL ti, 1,1,7 U1VXhQomaiy ' engines now In use
school at At lanta I his Is the recond , m ,ho .Jepartmont. The loss of power
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the diff7irmifn liain i.,. w,... r
nt.,1 1..a U.....1. I- i .,-.. .. " "" uiiiuillll. ul
...... ...... -,,.,,, , uiitu ifiiciuiiK ai me work done liy
mum- i:iiiiiii. nn Will letlll'Il 'O the
tho suam and tho real
amount 0 work ffcompl.shed by the
en g. ne..
university osa'n next year.
A. .1. Collett. a senior In the mechan
ical engineering department, has taken
for his thosis "The Fuel Supply of Ne
braska." This investigation will con
sist of making an exact k lonietrle de
termination of the hutting value of Hie
principal coals sold in this state.
V. 0. Cornell, un:orslty photog
rapher, has Jus' shlppid a largo colloc-
t'on of views o' Wyoming and the Bad lOalley.
llanos to tho Carnegie unlvors ty at I ,,
Pittsburg. Smaller sots im i! ,,ie "'dverslty has Issued a bulletin
Tho musical program at chnpfcl Fri
day morning consisted of a piano solo,
"Dii Blst Die null." Schubert-Liszt,
played by Miss Grace Smith; two so
P'ano solos, "I Cannot Help Loving
Thee." C nyton Johns, and "In tho
Woods." Itobort Franz, sung by Miss
IWIe Warnor, and a contralto solo,
1 he Workers," Oounod, by Miss Ethol
sent to the museums of Yale, Harvard
1 Pennsylvania, Brown and Cornell.
It Is Interesting to note thnt the Unl-
descriptlve of tho school of domestic
science, of which Miss Rosa Bouton Is
director, It calls attention to tho work
rf UI ,,! 1 m
W. Caldwell will lec- vomitv of m,n i,n. ..-.., . ""' "' l"' ?m "" CW forth tho ad-
n.ncr lT.1in,. ..-,. ,'. ."..""" .T "' ,T"m "r . VJln n that Will accn
iiMivi:iiLy imp innfl nr iov n n
h " ,IBW, "men who pursue the course of study.
accrue to the young
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