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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1901)
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Weber Bros, fix your spring
N. E. corner 11th and O sts.
Mas Hullhorst of tho Lincoln high,
school will spend hor summer at Cor
nell in the study of German.
The following officers were elected
In tho Union Society last Friday ov
ening for the fall term of next year:
President, D. E. Thomas; vice-president,
Ethel Masters; secretary, Ger
trude Anderson; treasurer, J. F. Mi
lok; historian, J. A. Maguire.
C. A. TUCKER
1123 O STREET
THE YELLOW FRONT
For WATCHES and JEWELRY
' -r . MARKS GOOD !
I Per dozen rJfJL
i 1214 O St. cai.i.andsuKmvworr
THE SHIRT TAIL PARADE.
The usual annual shirt tail parade of the
university battalion took place yesterday
evening. The shirt tailcrs formed at the
.armory at nine o'clock and elected Cap
tain Klingc commandant. The parade
-was formed in .two companies and marched
down eleventh -treet followed by a large
crowd. There were 160 men in the line
when it left the armory. . The paraders
were dressed in white ducks and night
shirts and each man wore a white hand
derchief tied about his head. The cele
bration was utterly d void of the objec
tid .able features which characterized that
ofpASt year. The men wcra well behaved
and obeyed the command-; of their offi
cers. This was in a large measure due to
the efforts of Capt. Kling'e, who had his
men well in hand during the whole of the
A mock dress parade was held at 12th
and N streets after which the boyp were
invitvd to partake of refreshments at
Rector's soda fountain. The paraders
appreciat d this treatment as was i vinctd
by the many lusty cheers that were given.
When their thirst was quenched, the order
. -" t . . r ; t - i-i
-was given- oiorniTTin;igiit.s. in tins
manner they proceeded down Eleventh
street, zigzagging to the tune of "Hot
Tinu-," and e er encouraged by the
music'of the six buglers who led the pro
cession. The paraders then went east on
M street and invaded the lobby of the
Liudell hotel in lock step. Dean Sher
man was then made the receipieut of a
visit from the gh stly battalion, which
formed in double rank around his door
step. Dr. Sherman was called for and
made a .speech. He expressed his appre
ciation of the call and invited the boys to
partake of some refreshments, but they
declined t iin osc upon his hospitality.
The departed with three cheers for Di-an
Professor Pling was the next victim.
The .hostly warriors cump.'d on the lawn
and the professor was called for. He
responded immediately. After pleasantly
remarking about lite grewsome appear
ance of his visitors, Prof. Pling expressed
himself in favor of the amusement, so
long as the men behaved in the correct
manner. Then ufter reciting some of his
own co lege experiences, he bade the
"toilers" good night. The boys de
purled with cheers fr Prof. I'liug.
The white clad hutta ion then marched
down Thirteenth street to O and along O
to Ninth. During the march the interest
of the onlooker, was held by yells, clieer,
cake walKK, and many olh r mutuuvcis.
Here lockstcp was again formed and the
long line entered the Lincoln Hotel lob
by. While here a flibhlight photograph
of the as i mbly was taken by an artist
who w.is present. Wlii e preparing for
' this the cnthubi.tKin reached its height
when u police officer who was present
consented to be included in the picture.
Three cheers for the po ice were called
lor and given with vim.
ing the Windsor hotel a visit,
jnnecl and Captain Klinge
as a mark of apprecia-
dti to Itnlil i
Hardware, Groceries, Buggies,
Stoves, Furniture, and Supplies
of ail Kinds at the Lowest Prices.
FARMERS SUPPLY ASSOCIATION
130 H.13TH ST., LINCOLN, NEB.
Send (or our Catalogue.
PALACE DJNING HALL
The Best Equipped and -Most
Hall in the City
MEALS, - - 25 CENTS
MEAL TICKETS, $3.00
D.urlng HOT WEATHER Use
;...BLUE FLAME COOK 5T0VES....
Cooking under these circumstances is a pleasure. The Rochester Lamp Co.
stake their reputation on the stove in question. The best evidence of the satisfac
tion enjoyed is testimonials galore and duplicate orde-s from all parts of the world.
Send for literature, both for the "New Rochester" Cook Stove and the
New Rochester" Lamp.
You will never regret having introduced these goods into your household.
THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO.,
38 Park Place and 33 Barclay St., New York.
141 S. 12th St., LINCOLN, NEB.
Gold Alloy Fillings $1.00
Gold Fillings, .... $1.00 and up
(laid Crowns, $5.00
BEST SET TEETH
Nothing Can Be
Here It's hard work to keep everything
spickntiil span all the time, hut thnt is what
we're here for. Our tiiiincM ha keni on
growing bccniiBe we've been particular that
every lxt le. ever package, every process of
compounding or manufacture, should be
clean anil neat,
Urine your prescriptions to hi. If you please.
Perhaps it Ibc1ou.Iv when it should he clear
in apiwnr.mc:. That sometimes happens
when a ptescription Is not put up just right.
Oaf. O and Twelfth St., Lincoln
I ALWAYS EASY
The Name "BOSTON
GARTER" Is sUmped
ton every loop.
; hhl uxs iiai to me teg never
!Jpj, Tears nor Unfastens.
JkinpU plr, 611k We.
. Utllcd on rccrl tt of prtc.
OCO. niOST OO.Utkm
' WMa, wu,, VM.A, t
Isf-EVERY PAIR WARnANTED-3ftg
.Steak, Chop, lJlih, Oysters, Qamo, KoU,
Private Dining Kooms lor PsrticJ.
Open all night.
. Prompt J5rvlc.
Pbon 896 129 North Utk Strut
University of Nebraska School of Music
Is Planning for greater things in all departments
for the coming year. Students who contem
plate the study of Music should enquire regard
ing special offers.
D I RBCTOR
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.
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ARE YOU $
Have you thought of the good things the Ewing
Clothing Co. have for your comfort on this
pleasure trip? Remember, you want to be com
fortable on this trip. Our Straw Hats, Duck
Pants, Jersey Sweaters, Night Gowns, Pa
jamas, Sox, are the little extras at little expense.
Also those Rubber Collars that won't melt
Jbe'Ve Been there.
HAVE A GOOD TIME, BOYS
And when you come home, see
EWING CLOTHING CO.
JII5-III7 0 STREET
FOR FINE CLOTHES AND FURNISHINGS
(Denial Drpirlmtol of Uke Forts! Uohmlly.)
Twentieth Annual Courne
of Instruction will begin nlxuit Oct. lit.
11)01, outline uhout Muy Jut, 1UU2.
lor cutuloKuo Klvln;r full Information
rrffanlltitf coumo und fur duscriptivo book
TtituiMiq(tinrrMcuur i..in.fur-i.nt.iin,tfuf iionth. DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY, Dean,
Mrllon itl ff..hm.n clMiOprliTKbiil(rork. WOOD & HBrrlSOn StS.v ChlOagO.
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