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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1901)
"A newspaper devoted to tho Interests of Tho
University of Nebraska and tho student body."
Issued every Tuesday Noon. Published nt 13-4
North Blcventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class Hall Matter.
E. W. Wasiuiuun, I ..
T. J. Hkwitt. -....Managers
HAL O. KOHEltTS Edltor-ln-Chlof
STERLING 11. Mo-AW AssUtnnt Hililor
board of Editors:
Itmlly Jenkins, S. 11. McCaw,
J. A. Manning, A. C. I.ce,
R. K. Rniuey.
Hlnicr lf. Hodges,
T. M. Hewitt,
K. I Hill.
N. A. Hue.
G. M. Cowgill,
Clins. I. Taylor,
C. C. Wlltmrn,
ll. J. KilUKC.
Gillmliiio McLaughlin Dan Guttelwu.
Tho Kcbraslcan-Hcspcrlan will be Rent to nny
address upon tho receipt of tho subscription
price, which Is one dollar a year.
Contributions aro solicited from all. News
Items such as locals, personals, reports of nicot
ines, etc, are especially desired. The Ncbras-kan-IIcspcrlan
will be glad to print any oontrlb
utlon relative to a ccneral university mbject,
but the name must accompany all such,
Tho Nolirasknn-noripnrian is ixut to nil sub
ecrilHint until ordorod discontinued and nil or
AddruM all communications to tho Nnnnxs-ka-S
Ubspkrian, P. O. box -19, Lincoln, Nob.
. Senior sneak day has died a natural
death. There are few mourners.
Our baseball team has defeated Iowa,
Kansas, and Missouri, and will take
another scalp on June 1st, when It
meets Minnesota on the diamond.
-The enthusiasm manifested at the
election of the athletic board last
Wednesday points out most emphatic
ally that interes: in athletics is In--feastogi-Ksit-ycatfiliauJd
year in our history, and the new
board will do a great deal toward
making it such. Three members of
the board have played on the 'varsity
eleven, three on tho first basket ball
team, and one is a member of the first
baseball nine. In addition to this,
they have all shown themselves to be
good business men.
The result of the Missouri debate
was gratifying to our "honorable op
ponents." Nebraska is now in a posi
tion to say with Aguinaldo, "We have
met the enemy and we are his'n." It
- seems probable that tho result was In
a large measure due to the unfortu
nate disruption in our ranks caused
by the withdrawal of one of the speak
ers at the last moment. While it is
not our place to question the gentle
man's motive for the action which he
took, it seems to us that the malter
might have been arranged in some way
so as to prevent the weakening of our
forces almost at the beginning of the
contest. Nothing but highest praise
can be accorded to the man who was
obliged to fill the vacant place on the
debating team with Hcarcely any time
to make suitable preparation. He has
In him the elements of a strong debater
and if he had had sufficient time in
which to prepare the decision might
not have gone against us.
There will be a short but important
meeting of the senior class Thursday
at 1:20 in tho old chapel.
Every student must hand in his
credit book to the Registrar at once.
There Is no time in tho fall to uttend
to this work.
Seniors are warned that there are
hut three weeks left in which to finish
up their work. Required themes are
as necessary an any other school work,
and unless completed will prevent the
student's graduation. .
Work Promptly Done.
1 107 N Street Basement Montgomery Ulk.
C. A. TUCKER
1123 O STREET
THE YELLOW FRONT
For WATCHES and JEWELRY
1214 O St. C.l.I..N'liSKKM WORK
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.
PALACE DINING HALL
The Best Equipped and
Most Popular Dining
Hall in the City
MEALS, - - 25 CENTS
MEAL TICKETS, $3.00
Steak, Chops, Fish, Oysters, Osae, Roasts,
Private Dining Rooms (or Parties.
i Open all night.
' Prompt Service.
Phone 896 129 North 11th Street
EUAS BAKER PANTS CO.
118 South Tenth Street
Sole Agents of
THE ROYAL TAILORS
SUITS, - $15.00
THEY ARE WINNERS
We also carry a Full Line of Stock
Pants, at Low Prices
ONE FARE FOR THE
THE UNION PACIFIC:
FOR ANNUAL MEETING
LINCOLN, NEB., MAY 24-31
Prom Points East of Denver,
Cheyenne, and In Kansas and
In order to give those attending this
meeting an opportunity to visit points
of interest, an open rate of one fare
fyr the round trip will be made to all
points in Nebraska from Lincoln,
For further Information call on
E. B. SLOSSON
13. It. Matthews, Pros. 0. V. Rioter, Treas.
Q. E. Spear, Sco.
fiDattbews HMano Co.
Pianos, Organs and
PHONE 701, 1120 0 STREET.
LINCOLN, ... NEI1UASKA
1036 O STREET
THE VERY LATEiT OP FABRICS
R. B. GETTEMY
1024 O Street
means five more weeks to choose
summer pleasures, or business
pursuit (no odds which) you
will need a wheel, and you
can't make a mistake in seeing
our stock of Clevelands and
Crescents before you choose.
331 South Uth
Education is Wealth; But
Wealth is Necessary to
Obtain an Education
Do You Want an Education?
Do You Desire Wealth?
We will advise you how to obtain both
with ease and resnectibility.
Our representatives, both women and
men, are earning from three to ten dol
lars per day, and even the younger ones
who put in a few hours night and morn
ing and a half day Saturday arc earning
men's wages. During the long summer
vacation nothing is easier than this most
Do You Want to Know About It?
We will say briefly that we are manu
facturers' agents, general distributors,
and wholesale dealers in reliable special
ties. We represent sud carry in stock
chiefly over forty of the most useful and
salable articles obtainable Tor household
use. Every article is first class and a
known -and tried success.
We furnish y) at outfits containing a
number of articles and instruct you how
to sell each one of them.
Write us for particulars and Utrn all
The Tjcbrssks A'dvelty Co.
Room'!! , U. 5. National Bank Did.
E. B.Woodward, M, D.
DISKABKS Or TUB
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND TflROlT.
Olasses Carefully Pitted.
207-208 Klchnrds Hlock. LinCOln, Ncbr.
Residence 1310 Q St.
J. R. HAGGARD, M, D,
Rooms 313 and 314
D. H. MUIR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offico Treatment--Electrical or Medical.
1224 31 St. Lincoln, Nobr.
If you are going to n hospital for treatment It
will pay you to consult Dr Shoeinnker. lie
mnkes a specialty of Diseases of Women, the
nervous system, and all surgical diseases
Everything homelike Prices reasonable.
1117 L St. LIN.OLN.NEB. P. O. box PS
Rksidknck: 2548 Q street,
DR, REYNOLDS, SURGEON.
Burr Block, Rms 17-19, Phone, 656.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to 12 M.
3 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 3 to 5.
141 S. 12th St., LINCOLN, NEB.
Gold Alloy Fillings, .... $1.00
Gold Fillings, . . . .$1.00 and up
Oold Crowns, $5.00'
BEST SET TEETH, .... $8.00
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS !
180 South 11th Street,
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
GALLERY ESTABLISHED U7L
D. & M.
We are sole Agents for D.
& M. line of Sporting
Goods. This make of Base
Ball flltts and Gloves take
the lead in quality and
price.- Ozse&aiT, LaWrt
Tennis, and Gym goods of
Wilson & Hall
Doofisellcrs and Stationers'
1123 O Street
Moll and Mm Pip.
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