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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1901)
C. L. Huff has left school to accopt
a" position In Logan, Iowa.
L3. G. "Woodruff '01 Is teaching In the
St. Lukes Academy at Kearnoy.
Ray Harris '97, law '00, Is practicing
law In David (Jlty, Nebraska.
0. S. Erwln '97, attended the Prom
enade and visited tho Alpha Thota
Chls last week.
Roy Sawyer '99, was a university
visitor last week. Mr. Sawyer Is now
located In Chicago.
Misses Orcott, Douglas, Wllklns, Cor
nell and Schwartz of Omaha attended
the promenade and visited friends last
Miss Winifred Hyde '00, who has
heen a scholar in the philosophical de
partment, has accepted a position In
the Lincoln high school.
Chas. Patterson '02 of Plattsmouth
visited university friends tho latter
part of the week. mr. Patterson will
leave for Georgia next week, where
he intends to spend several months.
Thos. Creigh law '98, attended tho
Junior Promenade, Friday night. Mr.
Creigh played short stop on the univer
sity base ball team while in college.
Mr. Charles Bracelin principal of
the Blair High School has framed a
t system of government for his school
which allows the students to make
theii- own laws and rules.
W. S. Heitzman '98 was in town last
Saturday. He is a member of the
executive committee of tho stato teach
ers association. At present Mr. Heitz
man occupys the position of principal
of tho Beatrice high school.
Professor Brooks has received a very
interesting letter from Albert Garrlng
er '00 who is with the Bell Telephone
Co. of New York City. Mr. Garringor
is getting along finely and .likes his
work very much. He is very enthusi
astic in his work and believes that
there will be an opening there for
some more Nebraska men next June.
Miss H. Allco Howell, head of ,tho
department of elocution gavo her first
recital in Memorial Hall last Satur
day evening. In spite of tho disagree
able weather tho hall was crowded
with a largo and appreciative audience.
Following is tho program rendered:
Music Overture, Scoadella, Flo-ton-Buck,
Reading David and Goliath, Mere
dith, Miss H. Alice Howell.
Music Vorsplel, "Otho Visconte,"
Gleason, Mr. Kimball.
Reading Just Llko Other Folks,
MubIc Wedding Music, Jepson.
Reading a. 'The Brldgo of Bidas
soa." Translated from German by
Chancellor Andrews, b. Extract from
Music March In E ts.. Wcly.
Reading Arena Scene from Quo
Tho audienco was so well pleased
with the selections that Miss Howell
was compelcd to respond to several
encores. She is a graduate of the
Emerson College of Oratory of Boston
and came to the university last fall
to take the placo of Mrs. Manning as
instructor in elocution.
N. E. A. Excursion
Chicago to N. :. A., nt Detroit, (three
days btop at Detroit); the Pan-Continental
Exposition nt Buffalo (three
days stop nt Buffalo); then on to
Montreal with Steamer ride through
the Thousand Islands, from Montreal
through Lake Clumplnin nnd White
Mountain region to Portland, Maine.
Portland to Iloston by Ocean Steamer,
Boston to Chicago by rail, stopping nt
Albany long enough to give party
time to take the famous steamer ride
up and the Hudson to New York City.
Stops will be made at Buffalo nnd
Niagara frills on the return trip, nnd
persons niny leave the party nt nny
time after Boston is reached. Tickets
w.ll be good to return nny time up to
Sept. 1st. Above price includes R R.
fare meals, nnd berth for entire time
in'privntecar, steamer ride down the
St. I.nwrencc nmong the Thousand
Islands, nnd return ride from Port
land, Mninc, to Boston. '
For more information nddress
E. W. Washburn,
(Mention this paper.) Lincoln, Nebraska.
who attends the university is given a special inx
vitation to visit our Coak and Suit department.
"We promise to show all who come the choicest
collection of good values in stylish, well made,
readyto'wear garments ever displayed in Lin
coin Come and see for yourself
fllMller & pnine.
THE ctiNNUAL SALE
and White Goods
. . Begins on Saturday, February 9th
This event is too well known has too large a list
of past successes to require much comment. We want
to say, however, that the Undermuslins shown this
time are superior to those of former years they are
more daintily made and finished, and are made as al
ways, by the best work people, cut to fit, and finished
after the prevailing modes. The materials are the
best in every case.
The White Wares Muslins, White Goods, etc.,
are the choicest of the new season's productions, and
when we say that assortments are greater than those
of previous years we make a strong statement, but a
true one nevertheless.
2t. yterpclsheimer o.
You want the finest..
We have it!
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