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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1901)
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"A newspaper dovotcd to tho Interests of The
University of Nebraska and tho student body."
Issued every Tuesday Noon. Published at 134
North Eleventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class Hall Matter.
11. W. WASHBURN, I nt,
HAL H. ROBERTS Edltor-ln-Chlof
J. A. KK15S Assistant lidito
Board of Editors:
Rmlly Jenkins, S. II. McCnw,
J. A. Manning, A. C tee,
R. R. Ralney.
N. B Buckley, . Klmer F. Hodges,
Clifton Carter, T. T Hewitt.
I,. K. Cottle. T. M. Hewitt,
G. M, Cowgill, K. T Hill,
Mnvrette liaton, Frank Mnrten,
D. Hansen, John M Nelson,
Chns I. Taylor, Myrtle Roberts,
I. II. Stuhr, 11 M. Stone,
C. C. Wiltmrn, Tom Mills,
II. J. Kiinge, A. I,nMonte Chase
Tho Nebroslt nn-Hcsperlan Trill bo Bent to any
address upon the receipt of tho subscription
prlco, which Is ono dollar a year.
Contributions aro solicited from nil. News
Items such as locals, personals, reports of meet
ings, etc., aro especially desired. Tho Ncbras
kftn-Hcspcrlan will be glad to print any oontrlb
utlon relatlvo to a general university subject,
but tho name must accompany all such,
Tho Nobraskan-Hooporian In sent to all (rob
acribers until ordered discontinued and all ar
Addross all communications to tho Nnnnxa
k&n HnsruniAir, P. O. box 219, Lincoln, Nob.
The basket ball team has started
well by beating the Omaha Y. M. C. A.
on their own floor. This Is their first
game and we hope they will continue
tho pace set.
The Junior Prom has long been es
tablished as a university Institution
and should be .patronized as such,
iwery ono should be Interested in it
and make it an affair to which the
alumni will look forward as an event
in university life, which they must
Rumor reaches us that there is "a
movement afoot among the eastern
universities to bring about a national
encampment of cadets in the spring.
Such a thing is both probable and pos
sible and as we rank in numbers
among the I st schools our chances
The Pershing rifle company, officered
by the best meu of the battalion l
rapidly reaching perfection, luvery
member must have had at least onr
year of drill at the university or its
equivalent and as it is a voluntary
company greater interest is shown and
to hold an office is considered an honoi.
Recently a rumor has spreau that ttov.
Dietrich will call on tue University of
Nebraska for a company of cadets to
take part with him in the inauguration
of President McKinley. As it now is,
the position and merit of the Pe railings
would entitle them to that place.
Tho first of the final debates will bo
held on Friday evening and should
reeclvo patronage of the whole studentJ
body. The university during tho pres
ent year has added many laurels to its
list and should not miss an oppor
tunity to add more. Wo had the best
foot ball team in our history, our
basket ball team is making a good start
and now the debaters are preparing
for the coming contests. All possible
encouragement should be lent to thorn
The University of Nebraska should ex
cell in all things.
Tho story writing contest is another
event of interest which should be
pushed by all. Such things should be
permanently established and much
credit is due to those who aro trying
to do this.
CtKXKKAI, Ordkks, No. 1
January 15, 1001
Cadets arc ordered to get their uniforms
cleaned and pressed at Looiuis Bros
Suitorium, First National liauk BUlfj.
ALLEGRETTI & LOWNEY
M fleeter' Pharmacy
N.W. Cor. 12th and N Sts.
New Plates Throughout
25,000 New Words
Phrases and Definitions
4 Prepared under the direct super
vision of W.T.HARRIS,Ph.D.,LL.D.,
United States Commissioner of Edu
cation, assisted by a large corps of
competent specialists and editors.
R.lch Bindings. 0 2364 Pages
Bettor Than Ever for Home,
School, and Office.
llour7:45 n. m. to 2: 15 p. m.
A FEW COPIES
Students Standard Dictionaries left. Wi
go at cost.
Cloth and leather .back, 82.50. . now 82..15
Full leather, 84.00 now 83.30
32Z North Glevent tree
E. It. Matthews, Pros. C. W. RIcgor, Treas.
Q. E. Spear, Sea
fiDattfoews piano Co.
Pianos, Organs and
PHONE 701, 1120 O STREET.
LINCOLN, ... NKHKASKA
Newly Equipped First-Class Service
aiVE US A CALL AND VOU
WILL BE CUSTOnER
(Opposite I'unltC Opera House
Pn'ie.son"'! DellCciei 126 So. 12th St.
We also publish
Webster's Collegiate Dictionary
with Glossary of Scottlkli Words and Phrases.
" First classin quality, second class In size."
Specimen pages, etc. of both
books sent on application.
G. 6 C. Merriam Co.
Springfield a Mass.
472-478 n roadway
Albany. Now York
m If K m tF
are unequalled for
style, material and
We make them,
and most all cadets
All equipments for
military and uni
tions. Send for cata
logue. They are
Makers of tho
Caps, Gowns and Hoods,
To the American Colleges and Universi
ties. Illustrated manual, sample prices, etc.,
on request. Gowns for the pulpit and the.
C. A. TUCKER
1123 O STREET
THE YELLOW FRONT -
For WATCHES and JEWELRY
The California Route
Is via The Burlington
TWICE EACH WEEK
A Tourist Sleeper leaves Lincoln for
... Los Angeles ...
Ivcave Lincoln every Tuesday 10:55 a. in.
Ieave Lincoln every Thursday (1:00 p. m.
Remember, the through car line Is THE UURLINQTON.
City Ticket Office
Corner 10th and O Streets
7th St., Between I and Q
" Wrt flnrpu nnttt rh .hm1. nl .i.uii.hl.
men. and Htudont will find represented
In thin column the bom phynluluud hh1
dentists In tho city
E. B. Woodward, M. U.
diseases or Tim
EYE, EIR, NOSE IND THROAT.
Olasscs Carefully Pitted.
J07-C03 Hlohards Oik Lincoln, Ncbf
Rcstdcnco 1310 Q St.
J. R. HAGGARD, M. D.
Rooms 213 and at4
DR. W. L, DAYTON,
Dr. J. P. Williams, AaalstanU
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, and Throat.
1305 O Street.
D. H. MUIR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offico TreatmentElectrical or Medical,
1824 SI St. Lincoln. Nobr.
If you nre going to a hospltnl for treatment It
will pay you to consult Dr. Shoemaker. He
ninkes a specialty of Diseases of Women, the
nervous sjstcin, mid nil surgical diseases.
Evfty.hiHf; home-like Prices reasonable.
1117 L St. LIN OLN, NBB. P. O. box 95
Residrnck: 2548 Q Gtreet,
DR. REYNOLDS, SURGEON,
llurr Illoclc, Rms 17-19, Phone, 650.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 n. m. to 12 M.
3 to 5 p. in. Sunday , 3 to 5.
DR. E. A. CARR
Removed from 120") O St . to 12th and K Sts.
Over Hector s Pharmacy
C flice hours 10 to 11 n.m.
3 to 4 and 7 toKp m.
Phone day and night 245
Dental Office over
Harlcy's Drujr More
Call Phone 645
Cor. 11th and O Sts.
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REPEATING RIFLES. 120ilecat
slog of arms and ammunition, colored cover by
Ostbtus, mailed for 3 stamps.
marum firk Arms Co., nkw Havbn, ct.
5. $. Bclc, 1222 15 Street
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