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The Nebr askan - Hesperian
ceal and Personal.
Who is Ludwlg?
Dr. Wento, dentist.
Every lady Btudont Is Invited to look
at millinery at Mrs. Gosper's.
Fotcgrafs. Quality, Stylo, and Stu
dent rates at Ellto Studio, 226 So.
The gymnasium girls annual exhibi
tion Is to occur at the armory on Sat
urday ovenlng, May 5.
Miss Nan Prankish from Kalamazoo,
Mich., has been visiting university
friends this weok.
See the handsome moving pictures
now on exhibition at 1044 0 street.
U. P. ticket offlco. Free.
Westerflold gives special attention to
student trade. Ho Is up to date In an
his work and is sure to please.
One of the series of graduate musi
cal recitals will bo given at the chapel
on next Thursday ovenlng, by Mrs.
Hart and Miss Olsen.
Tho only thoroughtly good place in
the city whero a student can got any
kind of board that ho wants Is at Cam
eron's cafe, 114-118 South 11th street.
"A man ought to know what ho
wants" but if you should find one who
does not, you owo It to yourself as
well ati to your friends to stop long
enough to direct him to Gregory the
Miss Barr has been busy getting the
measurements of tho senior girls, In
order to compare with those of their
freshman year. Tho object is to as
certain what effect the four years'
course of mental training has upon tho
Tho Omaha Commercial College will
have enrolled at tho end of the pres
ent college year over twelve hundred
tudenta in aU departmental Tho
Summer Term opens Monday morning,
July 9. The Fall Term will open Mon
day morning, Soptember 3. Catalogue
and elegant specimens of penmanship
free to any address.
Prof. Davis was in Chicago a few
days ago attending a meeting of the
American mathematical society. He
read two papers before tho society, one
on "A Graphic Solution of the System
of Linear Equation," and another on
"Tho Uso of Color in tho Representa
tion of Crystal Groups." Mr. Davis
also read a paper prepared by R. E.
Morltz, of tho University of Nebraska.
TO TEACH IN WASHINGTON.
Miss Alberta Spurck '00, has been
elected to the head of tho physical
training department of tho "Annie
Wright seminary situated at Tacoma,
Washington. This college is one of
the most popular Episcopal schools for
girls In tho United States, drawing its
students from all sections of the coun
try -; Miss Spurck will first go to Chau
tauqua, Now York, where she will as
sist Miss Barr In hoi work before the
Chautauqua assembly held during
July. Miss Spruck will then go to take
up her new work about September 12,
having crossed the continent during
A new system of Shorthand, called
the Gregg, is now being taught at tho
Omaha Commercial College, Omaha,
Nebraska. This system differs from
Pitman and Graham in that it has
but one position, one slant, no shades,
less than 200 word signs, is four times
as legible, and admits of great speed.
It can be learned In half tno time,
and Is well adapted to all purposes
for which Shorthand is used. Anyone
thinking of becoming a stenographer
should write at once for Information
about this now system.
Sheet Music vocal and instrumental
a big solectlon, 2c. Georgia Camp
Mooting, Wnlstling Rufus, Smoky
Mokes, Bunch of Blackberries, I'd
Leavo My Happy Homo tor You and
others, each 15c. Medallions colored
subjocts, gilt frames, 5 c, loc, ami 25c
each. Calmot Platino in mack frames
during this sale 25c. Special prices
on picture framing at Herpolsheimer
& Co., Picture and Music Department.
THE MOST UNGRAMMATICAL.
A literary man who has just return
ed from tho antnracito coal region of
Pennsylvania says that ho found a
great quantity of "local color" there
Ho also says ho heard tho most un
grammatical sentenco while there that
over came under his notice. Ho was
strolling through a mining village in
Schuyklll county when ho heard a wo
man calling, and at some distance off
saw several children who were play
ing 'n tho road. When he readier
them he snld kindly:
"Your mother Is calling you, chil
dren." Tho largest child, a girl of about
ten years, turned to him and said:
"Her ain't a callln' wo; us don't be
long to she." Ex.
The Omaha Commercial College lo
cates more stenographers, bookkeepers
and telegraph operators during tho
year than all of the other commercial
and shorthand schools In the state
combined. This is duo to tho fact that
its students aro thoroughly prepared
in all departments for mercantile sit
uations. Great Re-organization Sale. Books, I
Stationery, Music, Pictures. The Her
polsheimer Co. will inaugurate their i
great re-organization sale on Tuesday,
May 1st. Among many good things
far too numerous to specity are some
things In Books, Stationery, etc., which
wo Elvo belo.YC..w.yUwN 4V, ,- ,
Copyright novels, cloth binding
such as tho Mauxman, Soldiers of For
tune, Prisoner of Zenda, Lady of Qual
ity, Hon. Peter r irling, Trilby Caleb
West, The Continental Dragoon, Dam
nation of Thexon Ware, rorest Lovers,
Tekla, Phroso, and oiers, heretoforo
published at ij.1.50 during this sale, 49c.
Janice Meredith, Richard Carvel, To
Have and To Hold etc., each 98c.
Writing Tablets 70 and 80 sheets
cream laid note, each 5c. "Tho Herpol
sheimer" Fountain Pen, 57c.
MANAGEMENT OF THE UNIVER
SITY. The Omaha Bee recently contained
an excellent article on "Managing Ne
braska's State University." It is il
lustrated by three cuts, one of Chan-i
cellor BeBsey at his desk, another of
Miss Smith and Miss Quaintance In
the reglstar's ofllce, and the third of
the reading room In tho library. These
cuts are from photographs by U. G.
Cornell, university photographer.
The constant duties of Chancellor
Bessey Is shown by tho fact that he Is
at his desk every morning at e.ght,
and every minute until 6 o'clock Is oc
cupied with preparing reports, Inter
views, approving bills against the uni
versity, etc. He dictates as many as
thirty letters an hour to his stenogra
pher. Tho bureau of publicity is attached
to tho executive office. H. G. bhedd tbo
university publisher is accessible to
the public from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
overy school day, answering all in
quiries concerning tho university, ar
ranging for all public meetings in tho
university halls, distributing mall to
tho different departments, editing all
university publications and reading
Max Westermann has had charge of
the book-keeping department for eleven
years. Close'ly connected with it Is the
Double Breasted Frock
office o? tho secretary of tho board of
regents under J. Stuart Dales.
Mlas Smith, the registrar has held
her position for tho past twenty-five
At present there aro seventy-two pro
fessors and instructors in tho insti
tution, fifty-nine fellows, scholars and
assistants that are paid by tho month
and .sixty readers and assistants that
aro paid by the hour, making a total
Instruction force of 191. There aro seventy-nine
other employers, including
stenographers, janitors, firemen, and
experiment station attaches, making a
total pay roll of 270. Salaries and
wages amount this year to approxi
mately $145,000 and tho current ex
penses to over $20,000. By January 1,
1901, about $80,000 will have been
spent in two years for permanent im
provements. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
We believo Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best in tue world. A
few weeks ago wo suffered with a se
vere cold and a troublesome cough, and
having read their advertisements in
our own and other papers wo purchased
a bottle to see hc:;v it would affect us.
It cured us before the bottle was more
than half u'sd. It Is tho best medi
cine out for colds and coughs. Tho
Herald, Andersonvllle, Ind. For sale
PROFESSOR ROBERTS' NEW
Professor Isaac Phillips Roberts, di
rector of the collego of agriculture and
professor of agriculture In Cornell
university, has presented Acting-Chan-cellor
Bessey with a volume of his
book, "Tho Farmstead." Tho author
deals with tho various problems con
nected with tho occupation of farm
ing, and gives practical suggestions as
T is a matter of pride for us to have
the best for our customers and ta
have It at the right price. We would
like to have you notice the superior fit
and wearing qualities of our
L. Adler Bros. & Co.
and . i
Hart, Shaffner & Marx
. . . Clothing:
Nothing equals them in style except
the most expensive made-to-measure
Young Men's Double Breasted Frock
Suits, made of "Worsteds, Libits and.
$12.50, $15.00, $18.00, and $20.00
Do not fail to visit our FURNISHING
GOODS DEPARTMENT this week
Greatest line of Fancy Nick-Nacks ever
shown by us
to the possibilities of tho farm. It is.
written in a clear, simple, Interesting:
style, and will do much toward arous
ing in the young people an interest in
farm life. Threo chapters of tho book
on "House Furnishing and Decora
tion," "Cleanliness and banltation,"
and "Household Administration" are
written by Mary Roberts Smith, a
daughter of Professor Roberts. Tho
book is beautifully illustrated, tho
views giving helpful -eas as to tho lo
cation of buildings on tho farm, and
tho building of a model farm house.
Speaking of farm life, tho author says,
"Its disadvantages aro frequently em
phasized, while Its possible advantages
as an environment for the develop
ment of tho finest quality of human na
ture aro as often ignored or over
looked." AAdlng Fnel to tho Flames:
"Sir," said tho irate individual with
a wickW eye, as ho entered tbti edi
torial inctum of a rural weekly, "1
am told- you called me a loafer in. youi
"You have been misinformed" re
plied t.o editor, calmly. "We prlnl
only tr very latest news." C.Mcagc
"Papa, tf you will not buy rao thai
diamond ting I will run away with th
"My Nearest child, lot me embrace
"I are to got tho ring, then?"
"Heai'tn forbid. You got tho coach
man. I havo owed hfra his wages foi
eight nvnths." Now York Woria.
Wilson & Pacal .Mens outflters.
All kinds of Job typo-writing, Miss
Morgan, Lindoll or dr'ori postal.
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