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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1900)
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NEBRASKA AflSJ ASSOCIATION.
Tho old HaydonflMro Club which ha
done no much forfmrt in Nebraska ha8
been changed lntortho Nebraska Art
Tho officers are President, F. M.
Hall; Vice-President Dr. H. B. Lowry;
Corresponding Secretary, Miss Sara
Hayden; Recording Secretary, Mrs, A.
S. Raymond; Treasurer, A. Q. Green
lee. Tho trustees are Chancellor C.
E. Bessey, President D. B. Perry,
Crete; Hon. J. Sterling Morton, Ne
braska City; Dr. Harold Gilford, Oma
ha; Mrs. S. C. Langworthy, Seward,
and Prof. F. M. Hodgman, state uni
versity. The primary object Is as formerly
to give the best possible annual ex
hibition of the product of foreign and
American artists. The high previous
character of these exhibitions Is at
tested by the recent purchase by the
R D. AS-rmnsrx
Chairman Sneak Day Committee
executive committee of the State
Teaches' Association of the right of ad
mission for their members.
It is also Intended to cultivate art
in the state by encouraging the or
ganization of local auxiliaries, arous
ing of an art sentiment in the public'
schools, the establishment of prizes to j
be competed for by Nebraska artists, I
the building up of a state art gallery
through purchase of pictures and the i
endowment of art scholarship. A
handsome prospectus is being issued
explaining the plans of the association, j
President Hall is the foremost patron
of art in Lincoln and is pushing some J
very ambitious plans. I
'Twas up to him to take.
An he and he why he
In short ho wished It! yes
But not that way
Ho heard my "say" and shook his
Regretfully and mournfully
Yet firmly and decidedly
Ho did not care
For any second handed gifts in his
(And thus he sent it back
Not much to blame.)
I left him and returned again to Her.
And In the flickering fire light's fitful
I took her hand in mine;
And I and I why I
In short repaid thereon
One chaste salute.
She drew It back and shook her head
Provoklngly and daringly
And blushingly and prettily
She did not care
To have her gifts thrown back upon ;
(And if my nerve came back
Am I to blame?) Ex.
STUDENTS go to
C. D. BOWDISH'S
For Satisfactory Barber Work.
Farmers and Merchants' Insurance Co. Bldg.
FHteeHth and O Streets.
MICHIGAN COLLEIE OF MINES
.Summer Practice Courses in Surveyinjr.
Shop Practice, Ore Dressing', Mine Survey
ing, and Mining and Field Geology. BooVlet of
half tones illustrating the -work, ready May 1st
For booklet and catalogue address
F. V. McNAIR, Pres't,
THE ALBERT TEACHERS' AGENCY
Central fluslc Halls, Chicago.
Fifteenth Year. 3250 Positions Filled. Nearlj
300 in '99. List ef Schools el and
CeHeges 1b which we fiH
positions seat free.
Address: C. J. Albert, Manager.
TRY HENDRY'S RESTAURANT.
Everything served First-Class at moderate
prices. Nearest the University.
129 NOR. 11TH ST. 'PHONE, 896.
Allegretti & Lowney
. ... at Rector's Pharmacy
N. W. Cor. 12th and N Sts. Lincoln, Neb.
AiK THE SENIORS
ABOUT OUR WORK.
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S J I' ANKHK
Chairman of Monument Committee
A QUESTION OF NERVE.
I left her and she bade me take a kiss
To him! but offered no security,
No evidence of debt;
And I and I why I
In short my nerve was gone
And I asked none!
I heard her "say" and shook my
Indifferently? No. Timidly!
I did not care?
No. I would do my best as messenger.
(Poor slow, alow, timid fool
So much to blame!)
I left her and I hied me straight to
And told him of the seniby-proxy gift
Kept in Stock.
If you don't
see what you
want, ask for it.
University Book Co.
You want tho Finomt
Wo havo HI
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, Hi' t, .
and Photo Supplies
D. E. DePUTRON,
Opposite Richards Block,
tl7 N. Uth Street
When a Man & &
Buys a Shirt he wants one that fits. The ''Manhattan"
is the best in the world, j Jt J jt jk J,
We have them in all the newest effects.
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The "Manhattan" Shirt,
The Bat Known j& jX Jt jt jt Known as Tbt Botj,
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