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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1901)
j Xocal anb personal.
Dr. Wcntc, Dentist.
Dr. McLcod, Surgeon.
Do you -know Hanna?
Dr.yAngle. Skin Dlscnses, 1215 O.
Tho Y. M. C. A. now numbers 280.
Westerficld's egg shampoo is all right.
Don Cameron's Lunch Counter, 114
118 South Eleventh.
Frank Milson is pledged to the
Sigma Chi fraternity.
Homer Hatfield of York visited the
Sigma Alphs last week.
Ida Louis '99 has excepted a position
In tho Norch Platte schools.
Westerfield the bnrbcr has a large
student trade, 117 north 13th.
Harry Crandall was confined to the
house last week with la grippe.
New students are already beginning
to enter for the second semester.
j. Saults has left school and will be
out for the remainder of tho year.
Miss Myrtle Beck of Beatrice, Ne
braska will attend tho conservatory.
The band has received more new
music and is practicing faithfully upon
Tho state convention of Y. M. C. A.
will be held at Hastings, February
Miss Gertrude Kepler has been
forced to leave school on account of ill
. Dan Cook was detained at home at
Beatrice until January 7 on account of
The senior book is rapidly getting
under way and almost all of tho ma
terial is In.
The busiest man on the campus now
is the junior trying to take orders for
Teddie Roth has recovered from his
recent illness and is again attending
Miss Ames, who has charge of the
mechanic arts library, has been suffer
ing from la grippe.
The engineering society met Friday
and had their pictures taken at the
Elite Studio for tho Junior Annual.
.Miss Edna Howell a former student
here but now of the Kansas university
will re-enter here tho second semester.
Lovers of fine instruments should
see the new interferometer and the
cchlon spectroscope, in tho department
W. I. King received word that his
father was seriously ill. !He went
home and wilf be out of school for
There has Just been received at the
oxporlment station seven new cream
separators. These separators have
boon sent by the manufacturers to the
university for use' in the dairy cIbhs.
Thriyrepres'erit a 'value "of $1,000.
Fred Hawxby has -.boon granted a
seat In tho legislature. Tho contest
ants having withdrawn.
Dan Gutlebon went to Nehawka Sat
urday to prepare somo patent office
drawings for Georgo L. Sheldon '92.
Thomas Major, father of Dr. Major
who was professor in pedagogy hero
last year, visited tho university Tuesday.
Arrangements arc now being made
for supplying tho Pershing Rifles with
a distinctive badgo to be worn on the
The cavalry troop is now taking a
few lessons in fencing and tho atti
tudes assumed by the men arc some
Prof. H. W. Caldwell has boon re
elected as a member of tho public
archives committee by tho national
Professor Bruner of tho department
of entomology received a shipment of
grasshoppers from tho Smithsonian in
stitute last week.
Miss "Winifred Hyde, who has been
a scholar in the department of Philos
ophy, has been chosen as instructor In
tho high school of this city.
Proceedings of the institution of me
chanical engineers from 1847 to '94,
in forty-three volumes bound In half
calf, has been added to the mechanic
The series of basket ball games bo
tween the gymnasium classes began
January 9th. The class winning the
greatest number of games will play
Mr. E. G. "Woodruff departed last
Saturday for Kearney, Neb., to take
the position of Commandant and In
structor in Science in St. Lukes Mili
Piofcssor Taylor has been quite sick
for the last week. Mrs. Taylor has
been conducting a part of his classes.
John Ledwith has had charge of the
Miss Mildred Parks who has been
assistant to Miss Quaintanco in the
chemistry store room, has been ap
pointed assistant in tho preparatory
M. P. Plllsbury, Nebraska's star full
back, left for Nevada last Sunday
where he has a position as assayer in
the gold and silver mines in the south
ern part of the state.
Miss Maude Van Antwerp of Edgar,
Neb., a first year student has not re
turned to school sinco the holidays.
She expects to drop her university
work and take up music.
Mr. Ray Fulmer a student at the
university last year was visiting in
tho city Sunday. He was on his way
to Harvard, Nebraska where ho has a
position as telegraph operator.
On Wednesday January 9th, tho
12:30 and 8:00 o'clock gymnasium
classes played a game of basket ball.
Tho score was eighteen to ten, In
favor of tho 8:00 o'clock class.
Dr. Long, of the Second Presbyter
ian church, will deliver an address on
Tho Infinite Fatherliness of God, on
Wednesday afternoon at five o'clock.
All tho girls of the university are cor
W. C. Both returned from his east
ern trip Wednesday, January 9, while
gone ho visited Now York, Washing
ton, and other eastern cities.
J. S. Hunter Bpent his holiday va
catltm along tho Missouri river, bolow
Nebraska City, collecting material for
tho ornithological department.
Mr. Henry Eames of tho conserva
tory of music will give a recital at
Davenport, Iowa, on January 18 and
one at Washington, Iowa, on January
Last Thursday evening the legisla
tors were invited to tho art gallery to
sco tho exhibition. Quite a number of
tho faculty were present nnd in tho
Last Wednesday evening Co. D went
through tho hour of torment tho
monthly Inspection while A B & C
companies were made happy by a
At Richeson's Academy of Dancing,
social dancing every Friday evening
from 8 to 11 o'clock. Beginners classes
on Wednesday and Saturday. Acad
emy, 1132 N street. Phone. No. 1127.
Professor and Mrs. Hodgmnn were
in the receiving lino at the reception
given in the art rooms at the library
to the members of the legislature by
tho Art Association last Friday evening.
Correspondence has been opened up
with several of the larger universities
of the middle west in regard to sched
uling foot ball games for the coming
season. It is difficult to predict the
result so early In the year.
Chancellor Andrews addressed the
meeting of the city charity association
In the Oliver Theater last Sunday af
ternoon. Professor Caldwell also spoko
at tne meeting. His subject was char
ity organization as it related to tho
Friday the juniors hung up a flag
with tho figures 1902 on It, in- thb li
brary hall. .Rrom, now on it Is ''ex
pected that desp;orato war will, bj
waged, botwecn the .Juniors and seniors
for tho latter had tho audacity to tear
aown tho flag.
Tho Philosophical Club has received
notice that their plans of pursuing
tho discussion of popular philosophical
questions has been copied and followed
by the Philosophical Club of Now York
University and that much Interest Is
Tho stato ornithological union met
at Omaha last Saturday. Papers wore
read by Professor Barbour, Professor
Brunei', Mr. Wolcott, Mr. Hunter, Mr.
Carriker, and Mr. Crawford.
Professor Barbour was elected presi
dent of tho society.
Tho junior annual board requests
that all material such as notes, car
toons, pictures and tho like bo sent
In by tho 20th inst. as the book should
soon go Into publication. As far as
known now the Sombrero will bo out
in about three months. '
Tho Stato Historical Society will
ask tho legislature for an appropria
tion of $13,00.;. Secretary J. A. Bar
rett says that he considers this a very
modest and reasonable request. Tho
society has reached tho point whero ex
pansion is absolutely necessary.
The preliminary contest for tho se
lection of contestants for the bar snap
In the charter day meet was held Jan
uary 9th. Keilogg, Carr, and Doubt
tied at 7 feet G'4 inches. The athletic
dosses are now practicing the running
high Jump and tho running high kick.
Fred W. 'Taylor formerly a pro
fresBor In the University of Nebraska
and now director of concessions at tho
Pan-American exposition is In tho city
visiting with his brother Chas. I.
Taylor and looking nfter tho Interests
of tho exposition with tho legislature.
At this store you not only procure the newest things but
procure them for a very little above the wholesale price,
and at this particular time FOR A LITTLE BELOW
THE WHOLESALE PRICE. Some examples:
Men's fine wool, fashioned seamless half hose, regular
J5c goods, this week, a pair I Oc
Men's all wool half hose in black, brown, and natural,
about 50 dozen of these ; former price 25c a pair, to close
the balance of the stock 3 pairs for 50c
The balance of the 50c neckties, a goodly assortment
of styles and colors, choice, each 37&C
All the dollar neckties on sale now, each 50c
The underwear stock is being closed at figures that show
no consideration for cost.
X erpelsheimer q.
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