The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, January 08, 1901, Page 6, Image 6

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Xocal anb personal.
Dr. Wcntc, Dentist.
Dr. McLeod, Surgeon.
Dr. Angle. Skin Diseases, 1215 0.
Westcrficld's egg shntupoo is nil right.
Don Cameron's launch Counter, 114
118 South Eleventh.
Westcrfield the bnrbcr 1ms a lnrge
student trade, 117 north 13th.
Investigate Francis Bros, special Inducements.
Attend the one-fifth off salo this week
at The Evans-Malonc Co., 1230 0 street.
The new forced draft and mechanical
Q sjkcr are in position in the boiler
house.
Dr. and Mrs. Roscoo Pound spent
their vacation visiting friends in Chicago.
Better seo Francis Bros. 121 No. 11th
about those special inducements to
students.
The new Westinghouse ah)l brake ap
paratus has been set up in the steam
laboratory.
One-fifth off this week on Ladles and
Mens Furnishings at The Evans-Malono
Co., 1230 0 street.
Many university people have been
enjoying the fine skating, and moon
light evenings on the pond north of
the city.
Blanche Edmlston will leave Thurs
day for California, She will go by
way of Waco, Texas and visit Miss Nell
Holbrook.
There will bo a meeting of the state
ornithologist union Saturday Janu
ary 13, 1901, at Omaha. About a doz
en from the university will attend.
There Is no question but Glen Rock
Lump is the best and cleanest coal
for $5.75 a ton in the market Gregory
The Coal Man at 1100 is sole agent.
The musical program in chapel Fri
day was given by Director Kimball
and Edith Curry. Mr. Kimball played
a selection from Greig on the organ,
and Miss Curry gave vocal selections.
This week tho students from the
farm school will come in to do their
required work in the shops. Professor
Richards contemplates putting on a
night shift and also running all day
Sundays to accommodate them.
Dr. Ward spent vacation in Chicago,
at tho national convention of tho so
ciety of naturalists. He presented a
paper on the worlc which he has been
doing on tho state fish commission.
Whilo thero ho met six of his old
Harvard classmates.
Up to last Thursday evening eighty
eight new students had registered in
tho school of agriculture; for tho win
ter term. Tho attendance is expected
to reach about ono hundred and forty
this year, quite an increase over last
year's attendance.
A special rate to university students
has been made by the Nebraska Art
association for the wholo season. The
rate Is 50 cents for the season. Tho
regular single admission is 25 cents.
The exhibit is In tho Art Gallery 3rd
floor of tho library building and is
something which every stud on t should
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braska. Several of tho representatives
have visited tho library and examined
the system.
Hamlet evidently rodo a bicycle.
Ho said, "Watch over my safety whilo
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Dr. A. L. Candy's text on analytical
geometry has been received from tho
publisher's and is now on sale. Tho
classes in conies have been using ad
vanco sheets, since the beginning of
the year. The instructors express
themselves very highly pleased with
tho work.
W. J. Huntings h-s been appointed
principal of tho schools at Ohlowa. He
will begin his work at onco and return
In the spring to graduate with his
class.
An improvement has been added to
the chemistry store room in tho way
of a counter. The counter contains
about ono hundred drawers whlcn can
all be locked by the sliding of a single
lever. This counter will save the as
sistants much timo in filling orders for
small supplies. The plans for the work
were designed by Mr. Hiltner.
The university of Missouri, has sent
out circulars announcing that Teaching
Fellowship will be offered at the
Missouri university to students hold
ing a bachelors degree from colleges
of good rank. Any one is interested in
graduate work may see this circular on
the bulletin board at the university or
at the Nebraskan-Hesperian office.
Dr. Skinner has an article in the
December number of tho Philosophical
Magazine upon The Potential Gradient
In the Faraday dark Space of Vacuum
discharge Tubes.
Miss Mary L. Fossler has returned
from Chicago where she attended the
annual business meeting of tho Ameri
can Chemical soclet- i-s a delegate
from tho Nebraska section. She left
December 22.
Prof. Nicholson head of tho chem
istry department has returned to take
up his work as the head of the chem
istry department after a years leave
of absenco which he spent in tho Rocky
Mountains and Mexico as a mining
engineer. Ho has had many varied and
interesting experiences and several im
portant sales wore made on his recommendation.
Paul H. Hanus, professor of tho
Theory and Practice of Education, at
Harvard university, has sent out cir
cular letters asking for information
about the working of the lective sys
tem. The information asked for is de
sired for the Harvard Pedagogical
Seminary. Many students havo here
received these circulars which ask (1)
what courses the student has pursued
and (2) what has determined them to
chose those courses, for instance was
it aue to (1) temporary interests due
to recommendations of other students,
(2) tho advice of teachers or parents,
(3) the deliberate choice in accordance
with tastes, or (4) future professional
needs. This information when gath
ered will probably show tho great ad
vantages of an elective system, on al
lowing the students to take what they
desire and what will bo beneficial to
them.
Perhaps somo have noticed the boxes
of bocks ic the library labels Iowa
State Library." This is a specimen
of tho circulating library that is under
the control of the state. The books are
securely packed in the box and are
sent to the different small towns, left
thero for a sufficient length of time
and then forwarded to somo other town
of the circuit. It 1b proposed to peti
tion our legislature to provide tho
samo kind of library system for .N.o-
The Globe
Delivery Co
1036 0 St.
Phono 1122
Baggage and
Parcels
GIVE US -A. CALL
M. E. CHEVRONT'S
European : Restaurant,
1324 O Street
For a Good Meal and Reasonable Prioos. Lunoh
and Oysters In so&son.
tarOpen Dav and Night,
T. J. THORP & CO.
308 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET, LINCOLN, NEB.
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS, STENCILS, KEYS, BADGKS,
GOLD, SILVER, AND NICKEL PLATING
REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS
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are the papers for spring
at J. W. Mitchell Co.
1 33$ O St. Tel. 2 37
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the semiannual
clearing sale
The sale in progress here now is for the pur
pose of disposing of the winter lines. It's not a
money-making affair, but a stock-clearing event
to make empty shelves for inventory, and to
make room for Spring wares.
Price is not a consideration, neither is profit.
Stronger evidence of this than the prevailing
price questions isn't possible.
The sale closes on SATURDAY EVENING,
TANUARY 12th.
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