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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1901)
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PALACE DININO KALI
The Best Equipped and
Most Popular Dining
Hall in the City
MEALS, - - 25 CENTS
MEAL TICKETS, $3.00
Unfycrsity of Nebraska School of Mtcsic
Altlen Payne, '98, Is visiting Uni
Is Planning for greater things in nil departments
for the coming year. Students who con loin
plate the study of Music should enquire regard
ing special offers.
Gcorgo Davles, '98, visited the Uni
versity Inst week.
Clarence Teft, '95, law '97, of Weep
ing . "Water, spent two days of last
week with tho Sigma Alpha.
Ghas. Hummel, 'Ol'A, now engaged
-with tho 13. & M., went to Culbertson
Sunday to Jook after Irrigation surveying.
"Pete" Mielenz, law '99, visited the
Sigma Alph house last Wednesday and
Thurday. He Is at present practising
law in Wahoo.
Nelson M. Davidson, '99, was a Uni
versity visitor last Friday and Sat
urday. Mr. Davidson is lri the bank
ing business at Tecumseh.
Among tho alumni who attended the
Phi Kappa Psl party Friday night
wero Arthur S. Pearsc, '00, Ernest E.
Wiggenhorn, '98, and Ward Hildreth,
ALLEGRETT1 & LOWNEY
, . . Cbocolates
ytt Rector' 9harmacti
N.W. Cor. 12th and N SU. Lincoln. Neb.
The Lincoln Academy
Cor. ntU and Q Ste.
COlLEGEand UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Alfred M. Wilson, Fh. D. (Vale),
"Al" Hoagland, '00, and W. M. Kal
lasch, '02, have returned from Wyom
ing, where they have been employed
by the B. & M. on a surveying party.
Both are now engaged in "mainten-ance-of-way"
work on the Nebraska
division of the B. & M., with headquar
ters In this city.
Carl A. Bessey, '97 and '99, has de
cided to accept the offer of tho Gen-
"v eral Electric company of Schenectady,
N. Y., made some time ago, and has
resigned his position in Oklahoma to
tako effect at tho end of the school
year. He Is to begin his work with
tho General Electric "mipany the 1st
Hardware, Groceries, Buggies,
Stoves, Furniture, and Supplies
of all Kinds at the Lowest Prices.
FARMERS SUPPLY ASSOCIATION
130 N.13TH ST., LINCOLN, NEB.
Send for our Catalogue.
fiood Work. pP"lar Prices-
INVITED TO CALL....
RICHARDSON & FERGUSON barber
1144 O Street
The current number of the Saturday
Evening Post contains a story by Wllla
Sibert Cather, '95. Tho story Is en
titled, "Jack a Boy." During her un
dergraduate days Miss Cather was a
frequent contributor to tho college pa
pers. Since her graduation she has
been engaged in literary work. Sho
was for a time attached to the s.aff of
tho Nebraska State Journal.
In a letter recently received from
Edward A. Bessey, '9C and 98, he
says: "Please put me down on your
list of subscribers for stock in tho
company to publish a dally at the Uni
versity next year. I am very much
pleased to see that tho movement for
a dally has taken such a strong hold,
and I have the best wishes for tho suc
cess of the Dally Nebraskan." Mr.
Bessey has a responsible position with
tho Stanley Electric Manufacturing
company of Plttsflold, Mass.
Albany, Now York.
"Caps, Gowns and Hoods,
To the American Colleges and Universi
ties. Illustrated manual, sample prices, etc.,
on request. Gowns for the pulpit and the
For Trap or Field Shooting, combine the. rlecance
of outline, perfection of balance, ease of taking
apart and quality of finish of the best double eunii
with the superiority In sighting and shooting of
the single barret, and also possess the rapidity of
fire and magazine capacity of MARLiN
REPEATING RIFLES. 120-page cat
log of arms and ammunition, colored cover by
Osthaus, mailed for 3 stamps.
Marlin Fins: Arms Co., new Havkn. ct.
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Is more than
k an Impressi07i
Visit Ottr Studio
and sec the
Mount and Tone
226 S. Eleuenth St., Lincoln, Neb.
WILLA11D KIMBALL ::
he University of Minnesota
College of Medicine
The thirteenth Annual Course of Lectures 'will,
commence on tho 10th day of September, 1000,
and will continue eight and one-half months. The
course is graded and covers a period of four years.
Medical Hall, tho Laboratory of Medical Science,
tho Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and the
Laboratory of Anatomy are situated upon the Cam
pus. The clinical opportunities afforded by the
hospitals and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St.
Paul are at the command of the College. For out
door clinical service a new clinical building has
been built in a central location.
For information address,
DR. PARKS RITCHIE,
DEAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA,
THE LINCOLN MEDICAL COLLEGE
c&in"00" MEDICINE AND SURGERY US,""""!
fTllIPQF Four terms of 6 months each. FFFC WFE SCHOLARSHIP CfO'C
VVUIVJL. ueg uning Sept. 15 each year. I 1-13 $.J
I AROP ATOPY etc., fees, inclusive of nil examinations COO
L,ttUVlttl VIM, and diploma, average, per term $i3
NOTE The success of n Professional man or woman depends almost entirely upon the
prncticul application of what llicy are taught. We mnle it a point toalTord such instruction
to our students. Our college is in first class standing in the medical world. The cost of living
is much les-i here than in larger cities, which together with our low fees place the cost of n
profession within the reach of students who would otherwise be debarred from talcing up
either of the above profes-ions on account of the large expenses.
For Catalogue, nddrcas DR. M. B. KGTCHUftl, Secretary.
LINCOLN MEDICAL COLLEGE, 121 South 14th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
H. W. Brown Drug """Book Co.
All sizes of Nebraska Folio, History Paper,
and all other supplies for Students
We shall have all the best new books as soon as published. Call and'see us.
Phone 68. 127 South Eleventh' Street.
EPWORTH LEAGUE EXCURSION
TO CALIFORNIA, $45.00
Tickets on Sale July 5th to 13th Inclusive. Return Limit
August 31, 1901
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N. E. A. EXCURION TO DETROIT
Tickets on Sale July 5th to 7th Inclusive. Return Limit can be
had to September 1st by arranging for same with
Joint Agent at Detroit
RATES AHD LIMITS, BUFFALO AND RETURN, WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER
City Ticket Office
Corner 10th and O Streets
7th St., between P and Q
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