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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1900)
Geo. Thomas Is superintendent of
city schools nt McCook.
Tim McCarthy, '9C, is county super
intendent in Hamilton county.
"W. II. Rhodes, '90, is county super
intendent in Thayer county.
R. M. Thomson, 97, law 9S, Is now
principle of schools at Rcvna, Neb.
Miss Nellie Randall, '99, of Omaha
visited the Kappa Alpha Thctas, last
Luther J. Abbott, '90, visited in the
city last week. Ho is employed on the
Fremont Daily Herald.
R. H. Graham, '97, is superintend
ent of schools at Arapahoe. He ha.3
been their four years.
. "Judgo" Davidson, '99, of Tecum
seh, came up to see tho Nebraskans
C. J. Piatt who has charge of tho
students directory a year ago is get
ting out a trouists directory for Cali
fornia. , ,-s.
Miss Harriet Cooke, '99, leaves in a
few days for San Jaun do Porto Rico
to visit her brother, who has a govern
ment position there.
Dr. L. R. Packard, '97, paid tho
Sigma Chis a short visit last Satur
day, while enrouto to his home in
Chas. W. Weeks, '98, is Superintend
ent of Public Instruction in Second
District of Northern Luzon, stationed
at Apparri in tho Philllplnes.
R. C. Roper returned from South
Dakota, Tuesday, November 6. He
has been campaigning about Parker
for two weeks under tho auspices of
tho Parker fusion forces.
Ed. J. Churchill, '85, one of the
prominent alumni of Denver is visit
ing with relatives in town this week.
Ho is a member of the Nebraska
Chapter of Phi Delta Theta.
F. L. Burt, a former student of the
University, has a leading role in
"Barbara Frietchie," tho play in
which Julia Marlow appears as the
star, Tuesday evening, No umber 20,
at tho Oliver.
George Shcdd, '99, is getting out a
littlo book of essays entitled "Minn
tures." Tho essays are on Napolean
Bonaparte, James Whltcomb RIloy,
Colonel Stotsenbury, Admiral Cervera
and Pope Leo XIII. It will bo issued
about the first of December,
Harry Barber, class '93, son of Pro
fessor Barber, has been for some time
at the head of tho Zoology department
in tho high cchools of New York city.
Recently Mr. Barber received an In
crease of salary from $1,200 to $1,700.
C. M. Bracelln, a studont in tho Uni
versity last year, Is principal of tho
high school at Blair. W. K. Fowler,
tho new Superintendent of Public In
Ktruction, is the city superintendent
of schools. Blair has just completed
tho most modern and convenient high
school building in tho stuto.
Geo. A. Monroe, formor student of
tho University, now pnstor of Congre
gational church nt Columbus, Nob,,
visited in tho city a few days last
week. Mr. Monroe is a very success
ful locturor and rondor of Scotch
dialect. Ho Is also a story wrl'or of
somo noto. One of his stories has
lately been accepted by tho Atlantic.
Of tho University graduates who re
colved tho tenchors certificates last
year twonty-ono filed their names
with tho appointment committee' for
positions as teachers. Tho committee
was successful In plnclng seventeen
of tho number In good positions,- tho
others obtained situations without its
IF YOU WANT
M Homemade Candies
(m Ice Cream
t Ices, Etc
FOLSOM'S Homemade Waker?
1207 O STREET PHONE SOI
ysltr Pt'tiet ant Ci irlitte Roussc
121 North llth Street.
15c MEALS OUR SPECIALTY,
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
fe Wo carry only tho cards of reputable a
men, and students will Qnd represented 3
p In this column tho best physicians and 3
fc dentists In tho city. 3
3D. B. Woodward, M. D.
DISEASE3 OF THE
EYE, EM, NOSE AND THROAT.
Glasses Carefully Pitted.
207-208 Klchanls Blk Lincoln, Nebl
Residences 1310 Q St.
J. R. HAGGARD, M, D,
Rooms 213 and 214
DR, W, L, DAYTON,
Dr. J. P. 'Wllllmns, Assistant.
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, and Throat,
1305 O Street. LINCOLN, NOBR.
D. II. MUIR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office TreatraontElectrical or Medical.
1221 31 St. Lincoln, Nobr.
For tho treatment of nil dlscnscs of thonorv
oum system. Special attention jjlvcn to diseases
of women. Special rates to students.
C. A. SHOEflAKGR, M. D.,
U. of N '86.
1117 I.St. - - Lincoln, Nobr
ignite an Humility
HE Dignity of style and the Humility of small prices are
combined in this showing of Furnishings. Everything here
is the best of its class is irreproachably correct in stjle,
and absolutely dependable in quality.
Good lyinen Collars, late styles, all sizes, properly
3 for 25c
Men's Suspenders of fine quality, elastic web, made with mohair
and leather cuds, sliding buckles, double stitched back and
front, fancy patterns in light and dark colors,
a pair 25C
Men's heavy ribbed fleeced Shirts and Drawers, silk facings,
dark blue, wash beautifully, 1 q
per garment 4oC
Men's fine wool Shirts and Drawers, shirt made with ribbed skirt
and wrists, drawers with ribbed ankles, a very warm and com
fortable garment, q
per garment VoC
Men's fancy laundered Percale Shirts, in fancy stripes and fig
ures; these shirts are well made, fit nicely, and wear most
f..rily: 50c, $1.00, 1.50
A handsome line of Monarch Shirts at $1.00
$i. yterpelsheimer o.
WHETHER HE' BE STUDENT,
PROFESSIONAL OR. BUSINESS
niAIN i2& v w O 2 w v
I NO WRITER
CAN AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT
vT E-WS44rt4l4l Dl
i u 1111 lain 1 en,
J Great Writer
which is a pocket pen and ink-bottle combined, always
ready to write when the user is, and always all write.
A GIFT OF NEVER ENDING USEFULNESS.
A constant and lasting reminder of the River.
All stationers and jewelers sell our pens in Lincoln.
5 12 Uolden Lane, J,, (J, WATERMAN CO. ,SS nnd " Brond-
b London, G. C. . way, New York.
Ixu'm ,. n t.H.V'.
Rksidkxcr: 2fM8 Q street,
DR, REYNOLDS, SURGEON
llurr Uloek, Urns 17-19, TMionc, 050.
OFFICE HOURS; 10 u. in. to 13 M.
3 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 3 to 0.
Receptions, Class Troms,
Cmmo Wc I'uriiisli Oysters, l'isli. mid ttnr l t. v-r"
dltpperS, Game of nil Kmls. 5 Monarch9 DrCSS S'
Vivan & Jeffev, 1 1 fg? c.
1417 0 Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. 3jJ bosom jrom bulging g
: j 2g through the -Vest.
HTU'D "D B'RKEN BROS., ! ??'"$' uCiaby-
I lie D I'roprlctors. I S gtF . &
109 North urn st. . Barber Shop
l'irst-clnss in every respect. Students' pntronnge
1 1 r 1 & m. m0
are unequalled for
style, material and
We make tliem,
and most all cadets
All equipments for
military and uni
M Send for cata
logue. They are
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