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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1900)
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! eeal and 9erscnal.
; Who Is Ludwlg?
' Dr. Wontc, dentist.
Gregory the Coal Man.
Lightning portraits at the chalk talk.
Try Westorfiold's egg shampoo, for
Art, wit, and humor at tho chalk
Wilson & Pacal .Mens outfilers.
1042 0 St.
Fun garnished with crayon sauce at
tho chalk talk.
0, T. Reedy, '98, spent Stinday in
Lincoln, visiting old friends.
Dr. Wharton conducted c.iapel exer
cises last Tuesday morning.
Every lady student is invited to look
at millinery at Mrs. Gosper's.
Talk with Miss Morgan about type
writing your thesis, 70 Lindell.
All kinds of job type-writing, Miss
"Morgan, Lindell or drop postal.
"The chalk talk a quaint and novel
.blending of art, wit, and philosophy."
Orlo Urown, '99, is now located in
Omaha with his brother Frank Brown
Canon Pea, the best, cleanest, cheap
est $r.50 a ton. Gregory the Coal
A. M. Moody '95 writes that he is
now practicing medicine at Saville,
Fotografs. Quality, Style, and Stu
dent rates at Elite Studio, 226 So.
W. 'R. Boose, '99, now principal at
JElmwood, visited Lincoln friends last
Friday, owing to the sickness of his
We do not make the cheapest Foto
figrafs but we make the best. Elite
Don't miss the missing link at the
If you need a hack hat or a stylish
dress lint you can find either at Mrs.
Gosper's 1201 0 bt.
The Dellan boys gave 'their annual
-contest program Friday evening,
March 30, in the chapel.
G. M. Peters and W. G. Shock loft
for their respective homes, Albion and
'Falls City, last Saturday.
Mrs. Julia Sumner Crewitt will leave
in May with Dr. and Mrs. Fling to at
tend tne Paris exposition.
Win. 'Grant. '97, is now acting head
'draughts-man in the chief engineer's
office of the B. & M. R. R.
Ttev. Mr. Doane of Plymouth Congre
gational church, conducted chapel ex
orcises Tuesday, March 27.
Chancellor Bessey, who hns been sick
for several days, appeared in his office
once more Monday morning.
Madame MacLean, who has been vis
ing Mrs. Weeks, 1327 H street, for some
time, returns to Iowa City this week.
Nine Dolian girls gave In Pantomino,
"The Romance of tho Ganges" at the
Unitarian church last Saturday even
ing. Tho Btato historical society has sont
out specifications for bids on 'the bind
ing of five hundred volumes of news
papers. Miss Ida Taylor '00, who was com
pelled to stop her school-work on ac
count of illness, visited university
friends last week.
Mrs. J. A. Rood, of the history de
partment wont to Beatrice Wednesday
evening to attend tho educational as
sociation and .hear Dr. iRodway's lec
ture on .'geography 'and ihistorfy,.-,
Tho observatory has been open sev
ural nights this week that tho public
might view tho planet Venus through
the university telescope.
Professor J. W. Crabtree has re
turned from Hastings where ho has
been attending the southwestern Ne
braska teachers' association.
Dr. Sherman was asked recently to
conduct tho English work in the insti
tute to bo hold at Bouldor, Colorado,
during July, but declined.
The stato historical society has re
cently received tho furs worn by Cor
poral Gerrard, of Columbus, while sta
tioned at St. Michaels, Alaska.
R. M. Rolfo of Xebraska City has
sont to tho state historical society, a
bayonet from Fort Kearney. Mr. Rolfe
is an old stager and one of the pioneers
of tho state.
Tho Sneldon edition of mo Topeka
Capital was on file at the library dur
ing the week of issue and was exten
sively road particularly by the journ
Congressman David Mercer writes to
a friend at the university that Pro
fessor Harrington Emerson, who is
known to all the old alumni of the uni
versity, is now interested in laying a
cable from America to Manila.
At this season we make specially
low rates on Mandolins, Guibars, Ban
jos, and other musical instruments and
carry in stock a large line of Maurer,
Washburno, Regal, as woll as cheaper
Instruments. Herpolshelmer & Co.
The Engineering News of the current
month contains an article by C. E.
Bedell of the department of civil en
gineering. The subject is "A Simple
Aid in Plotting Contour Lines." This
is an ingenius scheme for saving labpr
as it greatly expedites figuring.
Company gave Us sixth annual hop
at Walsh's hall fast Friday evening.
Twenty-two numbers were danced, be
ginning with Company B. waltz and
ending with Taps. R. A. Drain was
chairman of the committee in charge
of the dance. L. J. Killlan master of
If you want your pictures framed in i
the latest styles of moulding and at
lowest prices in Lincoln you had better
visit our Music and Picture depart-,
ment. Wo have an immense amount of I
sheet music vocal, instrumental, classic
and popular, which we are closing out
at 2c to 10c per copy.
Cornelius Jansen, Jr., '88, after hav
ing had charge of the department of I
German in the Beatrice high school for
falx years, will act as private secretary
to hifa brother Hon. Peter Jansen, one
of the commissioners to the Paris ex
position. University alumni will al
ways be welcome there.
An Interesting article on "Publicity:
A Romedy for the Evils of Trusts" by
Professor Jeremiah W. Jenks of Cor
nell university Is given in the April
number of the Review of Reviews.
Professor Jenks is said to bo one of
the foremost candidates for the chan
cellorship of the University of Ne
braska. In cleaning out the lumber room In
tho basement of university hall whore
the recent fire started, a box of rub
bish was found which had evidently
been thore six or oight years. It was
turned over to the librarian and after
taking out some two hundred Items
which the library wanted the balance
was sold for $16.
C. Story, L. Lightnor, and R. L.
Waterman ropresontod the P. B. D. C.
in the joint debate with a Wesleyan
literary society on last Friday evening
at Wesleyan univorsity. The P. B. D.
C. had tho affirmative of the question,
Resolved, That tho United States
should not remain neutral In tho ipres
ont fllransvaal difficulty.
It is a matter of pride for us to
have the best here for our cus
tomersand to have it at the
right price. We would like you
to notice the superior fit and
wearing qualities of our
L Adlcr Bros. & Co.
Hart, Schaffncr & Marx
Clothing. Nothing equals them
in style but the most expensive
made-to-measure kind. Young
mens' Double Breasted Frock
suits, made of Worsteds, Libits,
and Vicunas, at
$12.50, $15.00, $18.00,
Do not fail to visit our FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT this spring
Greatest line of Fancy Nick-Nacks ever shown by us before,
Armstrong Clothing Co.
The annual report of the directors of
the Field Columbia museum has been
received at the library. Among other
things it, a plate showing a remarkably
fine group of the fossil corkscrews of
Nebraska. This, next to the Morill
collection of Daemonellx at the state
museum, is the largest one in the coun
try. The university has just issued an
oight page pamphlet containing cuts
of the campus and buildings. A great
demand for these is anticipated. A
few of the copies of tho half tones usod
have been struck off on heavy enameled
paper and forwarded to the western
state institutions that desire to frame
Don't forget that the cheapest place
in Lincoln to buy fountain pons, his
tory papor, note books, pencils, and all
other school and college supplies Is the
Book Department of Herpolshelmer &
Co. You will alBo find a largo lino oi
j Easter Cards and Booklets, Easter Nov
I oities, Tf-stanionts, Sunday school cards
and other Easter goods In this depart
The most Important addition to the
Morill geological collection this term
consists of sovoral hundred specimens
sont in exchange by tho state survey of
Alabama. TheBo consist chiefly of
shells which are so wonderfully pre
served that they are mistaken by visit
ors for modern Bea shells. This collec
tion fills a caBe on the south Bide of the
An nrnouncement has boon received
from Oron F. Morton, at Morgantown,
W. Va., concerning his novel entitled
"Under the Cottonwoods," which will
bo published early In July. Tho iplot
of ithis 'book lis 'laid 'in "Cass county,
and deals with tho coming of (the 'set
tler and his conquest of the prairie
and its transformation into an agricul
The Nebraslca art association elected
the following officers last Friday even
ing: President, F. M. Hall; vice-president,
H. B. Lowry; recording secre
tary, Mrs. T. M. Hodgman ; correspond
ing secretary, Miss Sarah S. Hayden.;
treasurer A. G. Greenlee; trustees, C.
E. Bessey, D. B. 1'erry. J. Sterling Mor
ton, Mrs. S. C. Langworthy, and Dr.
Harold Gifford of Omaha. Nearly sixty
members signed the constitution that
evening. Quite a number were uni
Librarian Wyor is in correspondence
with ihc federation of graduate clubs
regarding a union catalog of theses
now in preparation for higher degrees
In leading American universities. Such
a catalog has boon Btartod and there
are now 70 subjects on file. Any grad
uate student may send on the subject
selected for a thesis and if it conflicts
with subject chosen by any other work
er the two students are put in 'corres
pondence. It is hoped by this plan
to avoid duplication of work.
Tho graduate faculty are talcing
stops to raise the standard of scholar
ship of tho graduate school. At amoot
lng last Monday a committee uppaint
od somo time ago relative to tho (re
quirements for admission to tho grad
uate school and requirements for (tho
mastors and doctors degrees, made a
partial report. This move Is In ac
cord with tho action taken at a meet
ing of representatives of eastern and
western universities at Chicago lin (Feb
ruary Whore a committee -was appoint
ed to aocure uniformity in 'the (require
ments for a 'mastorls io'r a idoqtor'B do
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