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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1900)
I he Nebraskan-Hesperian
Dr. McLcoil, Surgeon.
Miss Wheeler, instructor in English
department has been quite ill.
If you are looking for bargains in
millinery go to Mrs. Gospers 1201 O St.
Will Cartmcn and Scott Beghtol
wore invited into Kappa Sigma last
Professor Burnett went to Omaha
Friday to attend the stock sale of
Gudgel & Simpson.
Dr. Bessey and Dr. Lees attended
the meeting of the School Masters
Club at Omaha Friday.
Miss Key of Council Bluffs spent a
few days last week with her friend,
Miss Ella Wirt at the Kappa Alpha
Hundreds of miscellaneous books
just received at Osborn's old "book
store. Hundreds of new titles. Hur
ry and see them.
Mrs. Carson Hlldrcd of Blooming
ton, came to the University last week
to take tip the study of music and
Miss Bonnell is engaged in arrang
ing a card catalogue and bibliography
of The North American Botany for
the Botany department.
On November 2Cth the University
Cadet Battalion will appear In full
uniform. The battalion this year
numbers three hundred and fifty.
Professor Bruner left Wednesday
for Crawford, Neb., to deliver a lec
ture at a farmers' institute. He will
also deliver lectures at Hay Springs
and Rushvllle before returning.
Doctor Brace, of the deportment of
physics, returned last week from the
cast. He is looking well again after
his long illness but will probably not
resume his work for some time.
A plan is being considered by the
faculty committee, whereby students
who have completed any high school
course which has been approved by
the University will be admitted to full
Chancellor Andrews attended the
meeting of representatives of the Am
erican Experiment Stations at New
Haven, Conn., last week. Dr. Hill
took charge of the class in Practical
Ethics Saturday morning.
Tbo physics seminar meets Monday
evenings at 7:00. These meetings are
proving interesting and instructive.
By attending them the teachers get
the benefit of one anothers ideas and
also keep posted on work done at
Miss Bouton has organized a class
in Bible study which meets with, her
every Monday evening. The class is
divided into two B9ctlons, one meet
ing at seven o'clock and the other at
eight The class is composed of both
University girls and city "Y.W.M girls.
The executive committee of the
Western Philosophical Association
met in Kansas City, November 2nd.
They made arrangements for holding
tho regular meeting at Lincoln, bo
ginning December 31st, and ending
January 1st. An offer by tho Philos
ophical Review to publish the pro
ceedings in lull; "wiis accepted. Pa
pers .will bo read' by 'Dr.. Bolton and
Minnesota is making arrangements
to run a special train to Lincoln, for
tho Thanksgiving game. Sho will
bring her baud with her. Prepara
tions aro being mado by Mr. Wehn to
havo tho University Cadet Band out.
It is to be hoped that a sufficient num
ber of musicians to make a good show
ing, will stay here Thnnksglving dny.
Wo aro selling goods at special prices
this week, prices that you do not
often get such goods offered at for in
stance: Commercial envelopes 5 and
6 inch 1 cents per pack or 4 packs
for 5 cent3. Tablets, usual price 8
and 10 cents at 5 cents. Shop worn
Books gilt tops regular prices 39 cts.
and 48 cents at 25 cents. Soiled sheet
music vocal and Instrumental num
bering about 2,000 pieces 1 cent. Liber
retos of "Faust" and "Lucia" English
and Italian words 15 cents. Matted
pictures in black and white size 8x10
at 1 cent each. Everything in station
ary and studont supplies at usual low
rates. H. HcnroLsiiEiMER Co.
he University of Minnesota
College of Medicine
Tho thirteenth Annual Courso of Lectures will
commenco on tho 19th day of September, 1000,
and will continue eight and one-half months. Tho
course is graded and covers a period of four years.
Medical Hall, tho Laboratory of Medical Science,
tho Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and tho
Laboratory of Anatomy aro situated upon the Cam
pus. The clinical opportunities afforded by tho
hospitals and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St.
Paul aro at tho command of tho College. For out
door clinical servico a new clinical building has
been built in a central location.
For information address,
OR. PARKS RITCHIE,
DEAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA,
V t v r-r T t t- v t s J.
1 LJLVlHUVLr LU.l
j i 15 O Street
J. Pays for a double berth in one of those comfortable Tourist j
3. Sleepers, Lincoln to Los Angeles, California No change of jF
j" cars. Leaves Lincoln every Tuesday at J 0:55 am. and every "
Ji Thursday at 6:00 p.m. via the Burlington. Call and get full t
j. iiurauay ui viuj p
Jj" information as to Tickets.
City Ticket Offce Burlington Depot
Cor. 10th and O Streets 7th St., Bet. P and Q
Telephone 235 Telephone 25
The University School
pposite tbe (Campus
Students contemplating the study of Music,
and those who have friends desirous of in
formation concerning- the advantages offered,
are cordially invited to visit the School and
and obtain an Illustrated Catalogue.
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