University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

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We have endeavored to adhere to the primary idea of The Artemisia, Which is to set forth as graphically as possible the various phases and incidents of our college life during, the past year, so that, in the years to come, when our Uni- versity vvill have broadened its sphere of influence and will be sheltering a larger number of students Within its vvalls, they will be able to obtain an adequate conception of our struggles and triumphs, our aims and accomplishments, and to see what standard the University has attained at the end of its first thirty years of life. In attempting this, hovv- ever, vve have not lost sight of the present generation, and we trust its children Will find as thorough enjoyment in a perusal of this Work as vve, ourselves, When separated by accumulating years, hope to find in the memories of the past, called up by this tie that Will always bind. If We have succeeded in accomplishing this, We Will feel amply rewarded, if not, We Will have the satisfaction of knowing that our best efforts were directed to this end, and as Worthy as the end is, so also are the efforts to attain it. We regret that many adverse circumstances had to be met, but such as they Were, We met them as well as We could, and we now place the book in your hands With the CODSClOl.1S11CSS of having done our best. - 5 TO. lgrnfvsnnr ilinht. Emuvrz WHOSE KINDNESS AND CONSIDERATION FOR OTHERS, HAVE ENDEARED TO THE HEARTS OF ALL HIS STUDENTS, THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATEQLY DEDICATED- BY THE CLASS OF 'O4. 6 V ' 1 JL :::.. ,.:I'?'jg!2'5!Q.!fi?,31g' .,'!,E'j-Q:.:.35LgfT'!!xL1,9,L.lAL25,,'lE::1:l5j,gi 2: ..l 1.1 12 :...gg'.: 2 1.2152 A D:: .. .. , , -7.- - ,ww- 1 6 A 3 I , , , . ., ...,.., .,,. ...,,,-...,.. ,,,, ,m,,,,,,V .0 WW -V! 0 --KVJQA NV' ,, Um 5 , -- 1' . " ' -' r' 2' "N: '. . "z f - "--'11-.1-'1:"'z1-un: f' :e--11-1 1 1 .4 - k 4 r 4 P x 1 I 7 2 s 1 ,. 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Some men grow old at fifty and sixty and lay plans for retirement from active business. In this case it was not so. He was as keenly alive to his personal business, to plans for its successful managemept, the questions of public welfare, at the day of his death, as at any time during his younger days. This was seen mostiiclearly in his election andicohnducnt as Regent of the State University. Elected in 1896, re- elected in 1900, he had accomplished seven yeairs of highly useful. servicdi asgPresident of the Board of Regents. Some fear was expressed when he came on the Board that his training might make him narrow, and his disposition might be in opposition to plans that were made to promote the University and its interests. No fear ever had less foundation. Mr. Evans was elected President of the Board at its first meet- ing and was re-elected President after his re-electionfiv From the beginning to the close he was able in his administration, wise in 'his coun- sel, progressive in his plans for the University an'd most agreeable to his colleagues on the Board of Regents and to the President of the University. l "l i U The University in the death of lVlr. Evans will miss his judgment and counsel, which have always been given for the good of the Faculty and students. It mourns him sincerely, and it will seek to enshrine his memory in some form that will make his work and worth known to those who shall come aher him. I 2 --if '-'fi-ffav 2 --re 2-nz 2 'veg M , 3' 1 1' R152 ,L R '1 is WG: i 5. fx KA A , !' 5 X Qi' ,,.J-V 1 N A Q ' ' 1 I gf Q V ,A .-wa s-.-4 Y Q I j ' 'V-- - illl 1 'u"' ,wggiia L "" 1 'xbl -jj-' ! is Q , ny "M " , J 'lll M Ma w aff? . Zi? W. W. BOOHER ' Regent RlCI-IARD KIRMAN JNO. EDWARDS BRAY DR. E. STUBBS Prefielent Regent R egent HENRY THURTELLR Dean 16 ROBERT LE.w1aRs Rf-g,f..1fW N. E. WILSON J. R. CHURCH, JR. R. W. BROWN PM effar 0 Cfzmzifir Prafaffor 0 the Clfzffirf Su erifziefzdefzf 0 Bzzila'i,'zff,f and GVOH7Zd,5 5' , . P R I MISS LAURA de LAGUNA G. F. BLESSING Prjeffor J the Modem Lfzfzgzmgef and Lilerature Prqfeffor gf Meffyafziral E'7ZgZ'7Z6'E?'i7Zg R 17 MISS E. WEIR P7AQf'FJ'.Y07' Qf Hzlflwly PETER FRANDSEN . f P. B. KENNEDY Q L. W. CUSHMAN ' Profoffor gf Zoology ami Bartoriology Pryoffof of Botany am! Hortiozzltaro Prqpoffor W' Efzgliyfv Language aaa' Literature . . . . -ix.-' 'S. B. DQTEN G. UI. YOUNG C. T. BQYD fozffrzzotor gf Matboazafiof aaa' Efzfomofogy Profoffor of Mifzifzg and Mf'ff1lfz11'kgx' .l11ffr1n'to1' of Ilfiliffzzw' Sfzkzm' aim' Taxi - A 1 8 +':1'1f.-im 51Q'ilE'f'1f.Q "fffi'ii ,Zh-fi.',5fE?E.isE12:uQQZi:F!v2iE'5iQ"""s'. f 3 ' .1:'fm.:.igf:'fu:g.m.'wf,.'::......,.....-u- ...:. 51 - .. , .. W. HASTINGS S J. A. REED S. SC. SCRUGI-IAM I7z,fz'rzzrz'0r gf Bmw' Imlrzzrtor J Geofogy amz' Mifzeralogy . Imz'rzzrf0r in Meflyafzifal Efzgifzeerifzg and Drawing MISS MILDRED TVI. WHEELER G. H. TRUE MISS KATE BARDENWERPER Imfrzzftar in M12 ffyemzztirf amz' German Imtrzzffor in Agrifzzffzzre and Hartifzzltzzre Ifzffrurfor gp Dameffir Afff and Sfz'em'e 1 9 ' C. R. FITZMAURICE B. A. ETCHEVERRY ROMANZO ADAMS Inftrzeefer in Cbenziftny Jfzftrnefer in .Mining and Civil Engineering Prqfeffer WP Pedagogy and Soeialogy MISS E. S. STUBBS Ofee Seeremny Miss CAROLYN BECKWITH MISS F. E. SHORT. I. AX A'.ffi.rtnnfe Ofee Seeretnry M!lf7'07l Mzzfzznfziffz Ha!! I,,fA-Sf-,, 20 w C' ' ---z:r:.L .. . . r - -f YO he fb al bz IT fl 0 v i1 ! .. ' ' :'a,1:,.-.'- PIGNEERS OF THE NIVERSITY PON the occasion of the Commencement Exercises for the Class of I o , it is ex ected to assemble here all of the 9 4- P ioneers of the Universit , who in the earl da s of efforts to create an institution of hi her education in the P Y Y Y 8 State gave to it their best energies. I say all of these-not that it is possible for all the good and true men and women who have been conspicuously identified with the building of the University to gather here at the same time, for some of these have already passed the portals that divide time from eternity, and others have made their homes in distant States and foreign lands. But even these we believe will be here in spirit, for a man's best thoughts become so wrought into the work of his hands and the creations of his brain that their force is felt and appreciated through all the changing days and years that follow. Upon this Commencement occasion it is intended to do fitting honor to the men to whose wisdom and guidance the University owes its existence and such measure of prosperity and success as has attended it. Y It is my purpose to mention here only those -who are not now connected with the University and with whom it has been my good fortune to be personally acquainted. If the words that I shall write take the form of personal impressions and reminiscences of the persons and events considered, and if I am not quite able to avoid the use of the personal pronoun in this writing, I beg to be forgiven the apparent bad taste. The years of service, during which the University's best interests have been my highest aim and Strongest desire, have given me much more than an impersonal feeling toward everything that makes for her success or failure. My connection with the University began October Ist, 1891, and at that time the buildings owned by the University were but four in number-Morrill Hall, Stewart Hall, the Mining Building and the Experiment Station Building. They were not an imposing set of buildings, but the buildings are only a small part of what goes to make a University. The power that existed in the faculty of the Uni- versity and in the students who came under their instruction was the vi.tal and effective principle. The faculty consisted almost entirely of men in the prime of young manhood, not so full of learning as the faculties of solder institu- 23 -P Y P PM TP' PM'-M P7 ' - - V 7""'7'YC"- ' " -' f-mf--. ,Y - yi---vp---f.Ti-...,,t,,i tions, but full of vital energy and ambition devoted to the University and alive to every opportunity to advance what each beleived to be for the general good. As a whole, the faculty were not then always united in opinion concerning the various matters that came before them for consideration. The discussions in these faculty meetings were animated and exhilerating, but did not always result in the substantial unanimity of conclusion that might have been expected from the length and strength of the arguments advanced. P However, the vigor of debate and the warmth of rejoinder and repartee seldom were allowed to make unpleasant the social good feeling that prevailed between the different members. Here was a University in process of being constructed, put together by men trained in widely different schools. Each man had his own ideas, gained by experience, or acquired without experience, of methods and manners of accomplishing desired results. Each was somewhat tenacious of his own opinion and some were more or less impatient of the opinions of others, but out of these long and occasionally spicy discussions grew the policy that has made the University what it is to-day. I The students of that day were few in number. The class in college algebra was transferred to me upon October 4th, 1891. .The entire class numbered six. Professor Caine of Elko, Professor Anna Martin, Miss Jennie Sherman and Miss Stella Webster were members of that algebra class. The class in the same subject this year was a little smaller than usual, but numbered sixty persons. 'Mr. Albert Lewers was the only Senior in the School of Mines, Mr. Charles Brown and Mr. Smith Swan were the only juniors in the same school. Mr. Fred Stadtmuller, Mr. William Barney, Miss Blanche Davis and Mr. Albert Lewers constituted the entire graduating class. As future years have brought added strength and power to these students of these' early days, unconsciously one institutes a comparison between the students then and now and is forced to the conclusion that these of the present must stir themselves most actively to equal or exceed the achievements of their predecessors. It is profitable sometimes to look back and contrast past with present that we may discover sources of weakness and not rest satisfied with less than the best that we are capable of doing. Each change should be an improvement. Each class should be a little better than the last, but such is not by any means always the case. Q As among the pioneers of education the people of this State should ever hold in grateful esteem the name of Miss Hannah K. Clapp. Her breezy, kindly manner and brave face, her loyal friendships, her general efficiency and her long service inthe University have made tor her a lasting and an honored place among the builders of the institution. Conspicuously identihed with the University from its opening at Reno in 1887, first as Professor of English Literature for four years, and afterwards as Librarian until her resignation in IQOI, she gave to 24. ' the and the f -V fb K L 1 u ful' :hem mtial good , . " I Ill .N in k 5 I: ot Th C ibers fbert wool. .II v 4 4 2: K. d C ure the the of lass PP' for ig at C IO of the University the best she had fiom a life rich in experience, from a mind splendidly endowed, from a heart that was patriotic, unselfish and brave. Stephen A. jones was President ofthe University from 1890 to 1894, which time constituted a large part of the formative period of the University. Methodical, conservative, cautious, kindly and considerate in his dealings with faculty and students, he was perhaps an jfmb-, N MNA R M04-l7'7f'. ' ffl 'L 9 05 Ja.: 1 95:1 fa W K xi .1 'vc I ll 1 q K Q2 l rl 'f J Mom 1-ll At rl V ll C 'l Ml- J? C 1 A 4 . up R it M 5 w " l I 9' H is l f fx N N X I 1 1, f- all 'X X l t V-muffin Q 12. l t 1 , X , y, c l . x ales I A , Q' me tread. W . ' 'V Jam Sm XS' Q lv fn-f VJ' a-dsw tw.r. w . .t effective balance wheel among the imperfectly conspiring forces that were then building the University. Among the names that should stand high as one of the builders of the University is that of R. D. Jackson, Professor of Mining and Metallurgy from 1889 to 1900. His best energies were thrown into every thing he undertook. He. labored to make the courses of study entrusted to him as thorough and eflicient as possible. He may justly claim the distinction of having organized the Mining School at the University and pushed it a long way on the creditable career it has enjoyed. His was an enthusiastic, optimlstic temperament, and this went a long way towards inspiring his students with hopefulness and confidence in themselves. The many meniwho have gone out from the Mining School and are now filling places of trust and responsibility with efficiency and satisfaction are the best argument for the course of study in which they acquired their training and for Professor Jackson, under whose tuition many of them took the vt ork in mining andimetallurgy. This brief sketch would be very incomplete without mention of the kindly and gracious hospitality that distinguished his home and made it a rendezvous for kindred spirits. For many years Professor jackson exerted a strong influence upon University affairs of all kinds, and his long service, efiiciency and generous and kindly traits caused him to be held very high esteem. - A Soon after the 1 University first opened its doors at its present location in Reno, the faculty consisted of LeRoy D. Brown, President, Miss Hannah K. Clapp and Walter MCN. Miller. Professor Miller came to the University in 1887 and resigned in 1899. Through a large part of that time he was Professor of' Biology and Geology, a position that he filled with great distinction. He was a natural teacher-efficient, logical, enthusi- astic, kind hearted. He had a keen sense of humor and he loved a good story and told one well. His method 25 of preparation was thorough and exhaustive and he strove to inspire each student with the same spirit or thoroughness, the same love of knowledge and truth for truth's sake that dominated him. As a friend, Professor Miller was one of the most genial and lovable of men. Professor Wilson, Professor Miller and myself once took a trip to San Francisco on our Wheels. Professor Wilson knew the road, and with his optimistic temperament was inclined to tell us fairy stories about the quality of the road and the number of hills that lay before us. Aier we had ascended our third long hill on a road that Professor Wilson had told us resembled a billiard table and saw stretching out before us hill upon hill to try our fagged muscles, Professor Miller turned upon our Ananias and delivered a lecture upon the fate of prevaricators that I hope fell upon good ground, but I have always had my doubts. t I Dr. .Warne Phillips came to the University in 1889 and for the next eleven years occupied the chair of chemistry and physics. Of all the men who have held posit-ions in the University, no one perhaps ever entered upon the duties of his position more thoroughly equipped for service than he. He set a standard for his work and rigidly exacted compliance with his requirements. But the requirements were not placed beyond the capabilities of the students who exerted themselves earnestly, and While many failed to come up to the standard set by him and were obliged to take the course of study a second time or quit, I have yet to meet the student who will claim that this was any one's fault but his own. 4 - The course in chemistry was made thorough and practical and entirely in keeping vvithnthe needs of the different courses of study. The students of the Mining School particularly need for actual practice in their chosen profession most complete and eflicient instruction in chemistry. This instruction Dr. Phillips was able to give and took great pride in all work which came to his hand in connection with the University, in fact, it would not be too much to say that he made the courses in chemistry what they were brought to be-of great value and interest to every earnest student. He was an enthusiastic sportsman and delighted in every out-of-door sport that could be participated in in this locality. He organized the Faculty Football Team that went down to defeat before the Student Team on the old Fair Grounds in 1895. That was the starting point of football at the University and did much to stimulate interest in that royal sport. In baseball, tennis and wheeling he always took an active part. For honest, efficient, effective work, for long service, for devotion to duty and to principle, Dr. Phillips has won and held an honored place among the builders of the University, ' . Professor T. W. Cowgill came to the University in 1891 as instructor of English Language and Literature. He resigned in 1899 26 F vs pm VK vt o P Sx Cl cl H th wx ki tr 211 lr ii sc tt shi. ' Ui Sli. .ith TILT ' L15 :hat ei - CS. V .ents dard XY 35 Llni . n in 1 tht? .,i Xd1LlC Diiitful ids in tennis ciple, 1899 From first to last he gave himself most earnestly to the task of making his courses of study thorough and eflicient. He never seemed to know what is was to quibble in order to make what he had to say more palatable. He never swerved one little bit to right or leR in order to be popular, and any students who took his courses of study were held to a high standard. He was an earnest advocate of electives and was very desirous of seeing a large part of the Liberal Arts Course made elective. He wanted his own work, in the main, to be given that way and desired that no one should take work of him without a strong desire for and interest in that work. It was an effective expression of his faith in the sound sense and good judgement of the majority of students. The work that he did at the University was thorough and poesessed of verile' quality. He Was always controlled by a sound, reasoning, thinking brain and apparently never allowed himself to be swayed by sentiment or emotion. It seemed that few persons were ever allowed to come inside the pale of his confidence, to penetrate the crust with which, voluntarily or otherwise, he seemed to have surrounded himself To such as he chose to honor with his confidence, he discovered a kindly and a considerate disposition. As a builder of the University he was a distinct power-able, courageous, forceful. Fred H. Hillman was Professor of Botany and Entomology in the University and in the Experiment Station from 1889 to IIQOO. He had few classes in the University, for comparatively few students have taken an interest in these branches of science. The students, therefore, knew him but little, neither was he always pleasant in his manner toward the students or the other members of the faculty. These were, however, but mannerisms, habits of speech that had clung to him from a remote past. Underneath a preoccupied exterior was a kindly heart that was ready to take up and champion any cause that he counted just and to befriend any one whom he believed needed a friend. I went to his house to a Thanksgiving dinner and my fellow guests were three students with whom I had no idea he had any acquaintance. After that I took occasion to learn about these boys and found that they were boarding themselves in some old cabin on the fringes of town, cooking and caring for themselves as best they could. He had learned of this, and believing that good dinners were scarce in that cabin, had invited them to come and have dinner with him. He was probably the most tireless worker that has ever been in the service of the University. The bulletins that he wrote and the drawings that he made for purposes of illustration in these bulletins consti- tuted a real and permanent addition to the literature ofthe subjects and received marked attention from one side of our great country to the other. He was for many years closely identified with the University and justly takes a high place among its builders. john M. Neall came to the University in 1890 and left in 1894. He was Professor of French and of Mathematics as well as of 27 Military Science and Tactics. He was a man of extremely alert mind, and grasped an idea with astonishing quickness. He prepared him- self regularly and thoroughly for the duties of his position. One day he asked me if I had ever had occasion to seek a solution of a certain geometrical problem. Aher a fevv minutes conversation he said, "I sat down at 8 o'clock last night to prepare that geometry lesson, in about fiieen minutes I ran up against that problem. I gota solution at just 6 o'clock this morning, but there Were several hours in between when I Was undecided Whether I Would be sick to-day or resign." It Was characteristic of the man to take great pride in his Work, and -the idea ofa class asking the solution ofa problem that he was unable to U give Was not to be tolerated for a minute. Lieutenant Neall brought the drill to a very high standard of ' I I I ll ll , efiiciency. The boy Who absented himself from drill faced a very stern eye when he next appeared in T H the ranks. It is related ofa laggard, vvho had a room in the old shop and who was negligent of his duty, :gig li it that one day he played sick. Lieutenant Neall Went up tovhis room. The boy was in bed. The I Lieutenant sized up that part ofthe boy that was visible, then asked, "What's the matter?" Q55 'fI'm sick." , V r 5- 5.5 g "Been sick long?" I 5555 95 S 335 ffYes, all day." 'T I uhgvi g i Lieutenant Neall reached out, took hold of the bedding and stripped it off--the boy was fully I dressed. "Get up, double time to the company!" came the crisp command, which called out an exhi- I bition of lively sprinting from one set of lazy bones. A As an officer of the University and as a Professor, Lieutenant Neall Was a man of rare ability and power, and his name will long be remembered by all students who came under his instruction. He set a high standard in all branches of teaching that were under his control. This has been and Will continue to be helpful to the University through all succeeding years. Q Mary W. Emery came to the University in 1890 as Professor of Pedagogy and resigned in IQO3. She gave herself unspariugly to her tasks, and continued in her duties up to and beyond the limit of her strength. She Worked early and late for the good of the Normal School, and improvement of its courses of study. Probably two hundred and fifty persons have graduated from the Normal School during I 1 2 8 tim- ruin ig in NCCU 1 it x abc zfrol. EO frmal .zring Mrs. Emery's term of service and these all came under her tuition. They have gone out from the University to teach in every remote corner ofthe State and have exemplified her methods of teaching in hundreds of different places. Their success or failure in the whole or in part means success or failure to her. She has been one of the University builders and can well afford to stand on the record she has made.. The men and women of the present Faculty build upon the work ofthe past. The records and traditions of a University are a part of its heritage. Every professor and every' student who has done good and valuable work in a University adds something to its greatness and its power. Though a man may have ceased to labor in his accustomed place, what he has done is indestructible. He has set standards and created ideals that Will produce effects through all the years that follow. It has been my purpose thus brieliy to sketch out what seemed best worthy of mention in the character and work ofthe men who in former years directed much of the work of the University. i That which was strong and efficient in each is worthy of our admiration and honor. Each no doubt had his faults, but let the man that is Without fault call attention to these. These men worked during a period of changing and of stringent times. The chief industry of the State was declining steadily and no other seemed to be growing to take its place, but through it all they helped to keep alive an interest in and desire for higher education such as the University was able to furnish. V The men who served the State as Regents of the University during this period of time were Hon. R. K. Colcord, Hon. D. Torreyson, Hon. C. E. Mack, Hon. E. T. George, Hon. Henry Fish, Hon. H. E. Starrett, Hon. W. E. F. Deal, Hon. Haynes and Hon. N. Evans. These men have all been persons of manifold business interests, which they have cheerfully laid aside as occasion demanded that their time and thought might be given to the direction and furtherance of the University. These men have received no salary for their services, have never neglected their duty fwhich was not always pleasantj, and not one dollar of University revenue under their control has ever been diverted from its purpose to compensate them in any manner or by any means. The State has been singularly well served by these men of the past decade and they have established a standard that will be infiuential for good through all subsequent years. 4 HENRY THURTELL. if " . 'I . 2 9 n ' Y , U I , Y , K -- r -- y-----L'-:LL-inf- .En , -N THE NIVERSITY or NEVADA A HISTORICRL SKETCH ., HE law establishing the Nevada State University received the signature of Governor Lewis R. Bradley on March 7, 187 3, and about a year and a half later-October 12, 1874-the Work of the University was begun at 2, Elko with seven pupils and one instructor, Whose title Was Principal of the Preparatory Department. D. R. G3 L1 Sessions, A. M. and B. P., of Princeton College Was the first Principal. He served a little more than four years, after Which he Was State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Later Principals at Elko were W. C. L2 Dovey, 1878-815 T. N. Stone, 1882-3, E. S. Farrington, 1883-45 Mr. Stearns, 1885. A mining depart- S fi ment was added in 1882 with E. Gignoux at its head. A During the Elko period of eleven years no attempt was made to offer work of University grade. The school was officially designated as the Preparatory Department. There Was not even any real demand for Work of High School grade as yet. The attendance never exceeded thirty-five students, and most of these attended only in the winter. Practi- cally all of the students were residents of Elko and came from the grammar grades of the Elko Public Schools, and few of these remained in school for tvvo years. Principal Sessions, in a contribution to Thompson 85 West's History of Nevada, accounts fbr the smallness of attendance as follows: "But fevvpupils in Nevada, unless their parents were wealthy, proposed to pursue a higher course in the liberal studies. These, of course, compared the school at Elko, a one-teacher institution, With those of California and of the Eastern States Qvvhere in many instances their relatives and friends had been taughtj, having a professor devoted to his specialty in every department of study. Long established seats ot learning have a prestige and halo about them which place them beyond the competition of schools, like that at Elko, struggling under ditlicul- ties to get a foothold. Besides, though the expenses of ,a pupil at Elko were as small as possible, they were less almost any where else." .lust twelve years to a day after the founding of the University, the Governor signed the bill changing the location to Reno. The 30 1 fir. Dc iq PIR il du- ma i grt s N cf w a ant the cult of i Th 1 9 wo haw 9.32 and Gr l..lI'Ch .ill HC .R. four .C. pdf!- The work facti- :tl in ows: their its of ficul- lst." The first floor of' Morrill Hall was completed in February, 1886, and school beganwith Mr. F. McCammon as Principal of' the Preparatory Department. Mr. McCammon served but one year. The first President of the University was LeRoy D. Brown, 1887-89. Later Presidents are Stephen A. Jones, 1889-94, and E. Stubbs, 1894. to the present time. The enrollment for 1889 shows a marked growth in the University, there being 127 students in attendance. This was, no doubt, due in part to its more central location, but it was still to be noted that about four-fifths the students came from Reno and vicinity, thus making the University in reality Renols high school. But another and more potent influence than location was at Work. There was growing up in the State a real demand for higher education, first for high school and then for University work. The early settlers of Nevada between 1860 and 1870 were chiefly miners, and most of them did not bring families. The State was not a State of homes. It was not until about 1890 that there was a considerable number of children of high school and University age. i 2 ' During the early period of the University's life at Reno the school made considerable growth in numbers or students and instructors and in equipment. It was during this period that it first received the benefit from the Hatch Act, 1 887, appropriating 815,000 annually to the Experiment Station, and of the Morrill Act, 1889, appropriating 525,000 annually to the work of instruction in subjects related to agri- culture and the mechanic arts. By previous Acts Congress had given to the University I32,000 acres of land,,the interest on the proceeds of' which now amounts to about 36,000 annually, The last ten years, which is the period of' President 'Stubbs' administration, has been a time of marked progress in several directions. The attendance has increased from 189 in 1893-4. to 342 in I-QOO, the year of' largest enrollment. Similarly the faculty has increased from IQ to 30 members. These members, however, do not show the whole gain. In the earlier period very few of the students were doing work above high school grade. The entrance requirements were but little above those of our best high schools to-day. This could not well have been otherwise at that time. ,By a gradual process the entrance requirements have been raised and the high school has been organized as a preparatory department. Gver two-thirds of our students are now doing work of' college grade. Ten years ago there were but four buildings on the University campus-Morrill Hall, Stewart Hall, Experiment Station Building and the Mining Building. There have been added Manzanita Hall, Lincoln Hall, the Mechanical Building, the Chemical Building, the Gymnasium, the Hospital and the President's Cottage. 31 F' What of the University's future? Whatever uncertainty there may be, this much is certain. Its future. is intimately llnked with that of Nevada. The almost. certain large gain in wealthiand population of the coming years will bring added means and an increasing 'number of students to the University, and as the educational ideals of the State advance, the University will have to meet increased de function properly as the head of the educational system of the State, it will need not only a larger teaching force and better libraries and mands. To fulfill its laboratories, but most of all, a faculty, a student body, an alumni and a citizenship full of loyal enthusiasm for the University and the thing for which it stands. E - THE TRI-DECIMAL CELEBRATION. On Wednesda of Commencement Week this ear the Universit 'will celebrate the com letion of its thirtieth vear's work. It is Y Y Y P , proposed to make it an occasion for assembling as many asipossible of the men and women who have contributed to the making ofthe Uni- versity. Among these are the surviving members of the Legislature which established the University, former members of the Board of Regents, former Presidents and members of the faculty, the alumni and other old students. It is expected, too, that many citizens from various parts of the State will show their interest in the University and the cause of higher education generally, by being present. The iceiebtration naturally calls attention to two things-the past and future of the University. As an institution increases in age, interest turns more and more to its early days. From the vantage point of years we are better able to see the 'significance of the beginnings and to appreciate the spirit of those who made the first effort when there was but little encouragement. Thirty years is not a very long period as counted in the life of the institutions of an older country, but it is a long time in a State where history has been made as rapidly as in Nevada. If time may be measured, not by the number of years, but by the amount of change, by the things done 5 then, truly, do we celebrate a long period. ' Most ofthe men, to whom is due the credit of founding the University, have passed away. Only a few of the members of tht Legislature of 1873 are living, and several of the old Regents are no longer with us. All honor to those who foresaw the need of the State and wisely provided for the future. t 32 A ..l.lf x U - 5 .mtl , . Illllg l. la bui- Txi OI YEOIH age, ITZUES - v 5-d.c' Luge, r the State The University of the future depends upon the ideals of'to-day. If' We are to build wisely upon the foundation laid by the pioneers, We must, like them, be guided by a foresight as to the future needs of the State. What sort of opportunity for higher education should the future citizens of this State have? To answer this question is to state the demand placed upon the University. The celebration Will help to crystalize this demand into definite and practicable form. ROMANZO ADAMS. -.-filflii rflw i F - -1 9 s wif" Q. A--fo 'id ff H aku G- fx' f" F4 YK ' 'N rw' ' f' !-If X f li ,lf1'N'h rfiuk' 'Muff A u -xx 1 yi-.tx do, -Ma' , .. :JV jst! 1 ,. 'tw wad - "'f.. ll' l u -1 L:":.i"' . - . ..,..-'QQ'-: n 'F .ffgr-ff, I r i-7'A,,'1,LN XGA' . .r 1 -"' ,,-1 -f - : 5 X .N I- rl 33 rf :f'1' TJ :"- - As, . X ,I - - UHIATPQKY Alumni . . Eluzabeik amuya-e. vuPma,Tem.'5onkmb1: Sec- lQnTe ?Qeeie1huTh'97- Tfiag. 'MMS Wlyaehr 36. Iformv-l Alumm. , 'IWE . Jenme Jame onf'-J4.V1neP6z :P14'3. each clngg. TFEA5. Mfg L5-ghnv-er Oo. 31 ag MQ May grown '02.- Carre? au. Vjr'g,TWC,1blnq xs XX 0-HR. Q emi I QxX9X5XX x 4' -- N' s x YQYXSQNX 1 5 Q iff. . INQVYKQ G QQYQX fi .' ' S xo , . X , , vi L' ' 'M 4- ws ' QSQ LX 546i Q - , - ' 11 A A qi : g f - X "W . . ' A R1 XM 'X -M ' ' Q S ouvamvii TS i l mi ' gXq v4GXYXexievbEV Q-um 121351114 fx- FRED JOSEPH DELONCHANT, Mifzes. "Men of few words are the best men." Reno High School 'oog First Lieutenant Co. A. QQ, Art Editor of Artemisia QQ, Crucible Club Q3-4.55 Sigma Alpha, Treasurer of Crucible Club Rana, Nevada. . IEANETTE EVELYN CAMERON, L. A. A Of all the girls of Manzanita Hallg 15he's the best atjuggling the basketball. Virginia High School 'oogn Delta Rho, Class Secretary Qzjg Sec. Student Body QQ, Execu- tive Committee Qgjg Philomathean C2-35, 'Varsity Basketball QI-2-3-45g 'Varsity Basketball Captain Q2-3-45, Tennis Club QQ, Class President Qarjg L. F. G. ' Virginia City, Nevada. WILLIAM MAXWELL KEARNEY, Mifzer. , - Whenever students gather, he is there With his questions, who, which, what, where? Carson H. S. 'oog T. H. P. O., 'Varsity Football Q2-355 'Varsity Track Team Qzlz 'Varsity Baseball QI-2-3-45, Class Baseball Q1-2-3-45, Captain Class Baseball qzjg thought to be in love Qgjg Business Manager Student Record QQ, Photographs, Artemisia E7llpZ'7'6', Nevada. 36 ALLEN SAMUEL EDE QBachj, Mifzef. "Of all the girls that ever I knew, ' I never saw one that I thought would do." Class Debating Team Q55 Class Football Team CI-ZDQ Class Baseball Team Q2-3-4.55 De- bating Committee ' Rem, Nevada. MABEL HAYWARD BLAKESLEE, L. 14. A "Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace! Reno High School 'oog Delta Rhog Class Secretary Qzjg Vice President Class Qjg Y. W. C. A. Q2-355 Secretary Y. W. C. A. Qgjg Basketball Manager C455 Executive Committee Qtjg Tennis Club Rena, Nevada. BEN ALLAN KQEVANS QPoyj, ex. ,OI, Merlzafziral Efzgimferifzg. "The world may come and the world may go, but I go on forever." T. H. P. 0.3 T. N. E.g Class Treasurer Qtig 'Varsity Football CI-255 Tennis Club C.4.D. Reno, Nevada. 37 WILLIAM BRYANT THOMPSON QWillyom 'Q , Meflva1zz'ra! Efzgifzeerifzg. ' Post breve tempus ad ofiicium maj oris venit. Class Baseball Q1-2-3-4.55 'Varsity Baseball Qjg Sigma Alphag Theta Nu Epsilong Class President Qgjg Captain Co. B Qtjg Major Batallion Qnrjg Tennis Club Refzo, Nevada. ' MARY ALICE RUDDELL, L. A. "There are times in a man's life when the companionship ol' a woman who listens is a great consolation." Y. W. C. A. QI-2-3-45. Lwelafk, Nevada. FRED AUGUST NATHAN Qlnatsyj, Mffbflffifflf Ellgfll6't'7'flIg Shy as a Freshimin, he used to lie: But as he mounted higher. It seems to nie, aye, verily, I-Ie became bhier, and Shier, and Shit-r. Sigma Alphag T. N. E.g Class President fzjg Football Manager Qtijg Class Treasurer lzlg Class Baseball QI-2-3-455 Class Football QI -255 Executive Committee Qijg Captain Co. A tp. Rena, Nffwzffzz. 38 35 . 1 , fn FRANK PHILSON THOMPSON fDuke5, Meehafzieal Efzgifzeerifzg. Ye noble knight with ye fiery hayre, Who always chaseth ye ladye fayre. T. H. P. O.3 Theta Nu Epsilong. Football Manager Q55 Class President C455 Executive Committee Q35g Tennis Club Q45g Assistant Business Manager Artemisia Piaebe, Nevada. GEORGIA RAMMELKAMP, Genera! Seiefzee. V ' "The Gods approve the depth and not the tumult of the soul. L. F. G. C1-2-3-45g Y. W. C. A. CI-2-3-45. Dayton, Nevada. B ALBERT JOSEPH CATON, Liberal Arif. Born in an age when jokes were rare, This funny man found them everywhere, Class Baseball Team U55 Class Football Team Q1-253 'Varsity Track Team Q25g Student Record Staff Q3-455 Vice-President Student Body C455 President Student Body Q45g Associate Editor of Artemisia Cetig President Executive Committee Q45g President-Manager Nevada ' Academic League Gold Hilf, Nevada. 4o MABEL GRANT PLUMB, General Sfieme. A deniure little miss, talking of this, talking of that, Who alwas ends up with the words "my frat." Theta Epsilon CI-2-3-4,55 Y. W. C. A. CI-ZDQ Class Secretary Tlzxffzrorfz, Nfffafffz.. GEORGE FRANK WEST QI-Iij, Mifzff. "Kind hearts are more than coronets. and sim ple faith than Norman bloodf' Class Treasurer C435 First Lieutenant and Adjutant fitjg Crucible Club Q3-4j5 Secretary Crucible Club Cztxjg Class Baseball Q2-3-45. ffrifzgtwl, Nfffmfa. ANNA BELLE WOODWARD, L. A. L"l'herels the sunshine of the country, in her her face and manner too." Class Secretary Qgjg Treasurer C335 President Y. W. C. A. Q2 jg A. T. P.5 Secretary Phi- lomathean Qltjg L. F. G. E Tzzfmfonz, Nfwula. 41 IAMES VINCENT CGMERFORD qsunny Jimy, L. A. C5 T. H. P. Reading maketh a full mang conference a ready man, and writing, an exact man 0.5 Editor-in-Chief Artemisia Q455 Football Manager Q45, resigned Editor of Student Record Q355 Independent Association Q2-355 Second Eleven Football Team 2 3 Class Football Q255 First Lieutenant Co. B. Here There, Anywhere. LAURA ARIVIANDA ARNOT, L. A. ' Delta Rh Basketball Many a suitor this fair maid had, ' But cared not a rap for any ladg But there'll come a time, so the prophets say, ' When she for a K'hubby" will fondly pray. 05 Secretary UA. A. Q255 Executive Committee QZ55 Class President 3 Varsity QI-2-3-455 Y. W. C. A.5 Philomathean C2-e3e4.5j President Philomathean Q4 A. T. P.5 Tennis Club Q455 L. F. G. M117 I fetfille, Ctlf?7P7'7Zfl1. Q WILLIAM PRINCE CATLIN QChoppie5, Mi71ei'. Carson H t'Go and succeed, thy riva1's aim despise, For never, never, wicked man was Wise." igh School 'OO5 T. H. P. 0.5 Track Manager C455 Business Manager Artemisia 455 First Lieutenant and Adjutant C455 Captain Co. B Q455 'Varsity Track Team Q25 Executive Committee P453 Class Treasurer Q255 Wise all the time. Canon City, Nefmrla. 42 :or ot' 2-Sl: 'arsity emisia m.zp5 CLASS HISTORY g f OUR years ago, in the early fall of '00, there appeared on the U. of N. Campus about f'iHy lads and lassies, fresh cp I ' 11 -1- Y E 'VC-f.f:J QA xi ,I L5 3' e 2. X K g E. n X 3 If ' ' B L EJ? I, , , gl , f. 'K fl if N , E AL: ' sn- ' --i -1 from the farms and mining camps of the State. With the help of the Juniors they were organized into the Class of '04 and launched out upon the sea of University life, which is at times tossed by the tempests of the gods and again smoothed by the tranquility of goodfellowship. Whatever timidity they may have felt in their new sur- roundings, was soon dispelled through the kindly offices of some benefactors, who chose to keep modestly in the background, while they shoved to the front an unassuming dummy, who awoke one morning to find himself dangling from the chimney ofan uncompleted building, and the center of attraction ofa group of wrathy students, some of whom desired a more intimate acquaintance with him and others who thought he looked better where he was. Since he bore an '03 upon his manly bosom, the Sophs took it much to heart that he should be so exalted, for they were averse to rising above earthly desires. So While the innocent Noughty-fours were i A deep in the meshes of College algebra, one of the Sophs, a mighty youth, ' picked his way to the efligy's side, and cutting the rope, allowed him to drop Q Q - XX, with a sickening thud to the ground. Immediately a mighty cry arose, the X xg, I ae-Qigxmxh Freshies poured from the class-room and forthwith mixed with the Sophs. Q sa t .N The Prex, guided by the noise of battle, reached the scene, and with the ex- -'sp penditure of many Words and some force from his good right arm, dispersed Q If ' Q 'u t the combattants and peace prevailed. A 5 - . M The Cane rush followed in a few weeks. Thirty SCCOI1ClS HRC1' the TU5l1 Started the l ' K' ' ' was in our possession, Where it remained for half an hour, and we were declared the victors. H fig? A However, we do not deserve a great amount of praise for this achievement, for we largely out- numbered our opponents. 43 h' h ' ls challen ecl us. This was something that fairly tested our respective A football game was the next athletic event to W ic our riva g abilities. . The tide of battle surged back and forth, up and down the Held for two twenty-minute halves, without either side scoring. However, most of the game was played in the Sophomore's territory, and we were only prevented from crossing their goal line, after working to within a foot of it, by two costly fumbles on our part. The final score stood o to o, which was very satisfactory. At Thanksgiving time we had our Freshman Glee, at which the Sophs were our guests. It was our Hrst attempt at entertainment, and was very successful. All enmity between the two classes was sidetracked for the evening, and nothing occurred to mar the good time. On a balmy morning in early spring our peace and tranquility was again disturbed. During the night a Voyager appeared on the pond before Lincoln Hall. He was tall and ungainly, and wore a cadet uniform, with corporal's cheverons on his arms. To preclude all doubt of his identity be bore a placard upon his breast which proclaimed him a Soph. The Sophs took exception to so much popularity and sought to drown their brave brother. The Freshies were unwilling to see him go to a watery grave, and the dispute that ensued lasted long, and could have been heard for several rods beyond the campus. The PreX and his favorite henchman presently appeared. He was much wrought up, but was soon master of the situation. The trusty vassel built a raft and, setting forth upon the deep, succeeded, after a hazardous voyage, in bringing the much misused corpse to land. As a result of this clash of arms the Freshmen were inveigled into a portentious chamber, where they received much fatherly advice, and finally agreed to take part in no more rushes. However, a few weeks aier this, a jackass with very long ears and bearing a painted '04 on each side, was found in the early morning in the tennis court. Very naturally, we objected to such notoriety, and so abducted the beast with the intention of obliterating the 'o4.'s and painting a few 'o3's here and there. The Sophs got wind of the proceeding and another lively time was 44 , If www. lt trs t X it , u r jf4Wrref u , gig, y Q . Y-x 4 . I n l ii ll x N , ' , ' l T ,, I 'ai ff i 1 I If! -1 f 1 I QFSS ' - 'QL' ii, t .f is! ' li sf wc f W f ,Mfif 'I .Y -- N .xx X Qfwwmmwmrw, 4, 'ri ff Xxx l'l X214 X I 'xl xx l flm iilv Iixxx IAM, ff ,IM I X 1 . I , tix X IH? A ll . ' l Iw, ,XX W7 f xl xt Sill Xlllill i I lil V ill, 5 T fl fl ' ll l Al ii N xi ' I L X 'ij vwzffflflf i xi 1 fx , - nxsmi kifff f f f W X by ffff fff ,f . , Wx 'f X A71 f X . l. 1 -' T! T ' f??fff' 5' I f QM I fff.-' X X, 7 X f I f -' 7 f K I lf, i, fy! f xl f ff If X745 f ff vt mfb, f " ,AZVXW ' N f Q j ' I l Nl' 'Q 'T T N I ll ll - .Af xx. h ...L fig," ' Z4 fi . , f. or fur fy 'n'7 :'m f , t ,ll X," g srawgt-vm f . 1 7 . f X 1' W,w,,uWA yn y,, kmrflrsk 1 fs yf 6,54-.1525 N ,I 1 f ' . f."..v' : ' if ffm .V 1 .fi lx ! X ".- M5 f , Lf if.. !' Y- " P -Aff-j V - 1 -5' ,..- ,-ii' on. for t Whif bacl clasf two The x 1 'L V.. MN, ..., ..i R. 5 'E 1 5 Q -Spil- on. In the niixup the "jack" displayed a degree of intellectuality worthy of a Sophomore, by taking his departure very slyly and making for the foothills. We contrived, after much difliculty, to capture him again, and very neatly painted over the 'o4.'s, so that he looked like a white "jack" instead of a red one. The end opposite his head was bare of paint, so on this we painted a very artistic 'og and led him back to the campus. Another mixup resultedg again the Prex appeared on thc scene. This time much wrath burned in his eyes. Both classes were informed that they could sleep anywhere that night except on the campus, and we betook ourselves to the village. We spent two very pleasant days doing nothing. The two classes lost all feeling of enmity when they were thrown out together into the cold World. They held a very amiable convention, and, upon deciding to do no more rushing, were once more admitted to the halls of learning. A Shortly after this the interclass baseball games commenced. 'The 'o4 class were the final victors, defeating even the invincible ,OI,S, who had never before gone down to defeat. The final exams thinned our ranks very considerably. The following September when we entered as Sophomores some of our best athletes were missing. The cane-rush with the 'og class was our first defeat. We fought as Well as we could, but we had not the power to force the cane the I IO yards necessary to a victory. The football game with the same class resulted in a tie score. After the ball was kicked off our team secured possession of it and worked it down to within twenty or twenty-five yards of the goal. A place kick was then tried, but, being at too great an angle, was missed. The halves were very short, the officials were poor, so that neither side had a chance to show what it could do. Had the ga-me .icq in been played under as favorable circumstances as the one of the year before, the score would have been anything but what it was. The Sophomore Hop followed in due time. We maintained 45 the favorable reputation as entertainers that we earned the year before. In the spring baseball tournament we again carried off the pennant. The games were very interesting and exciting. More spirit was manifested this year than ever before. 'The game with the Freshmen was hotly contested, and we were not certain of victory until the last ball had been pitched. The final 'game was with the 'oz class, who had . . . - ' - d- succeeded in defeating the Juniors. At the end of the third inning the score stood 27 to o in our favor, and the Senlors gave up in isgust. During our Freshman and Sophomore years we played six games and Won all of them. ' k The Hnal examinations bespoke the death knell of some of our most prominent members-those who had upheld us honorably ir social way. Moonlight walks and the god Cupid were undoubtedly to blame for this, but, perhaps, it is not for us to criticize. For, is' it not better to tread the shady lanes, breathing in the sweet scent -of the roses and violets, and holding the tiny hand of a .blushing maid in thine, with none but the moon looking on-is it not better to spend our youthful evenings thus than to dig out the mysteries of Euclid or follow the raving of Hamlet? Memories of those evenings will remain and we will live them 'over long aher the hand that traced the circle or the square will be withered and useless. Two years of our college life had gone by, and we realized with a little flutter of the heart that we were upper classmen. . Our junior year was quiet, yet, perhaps, the most satisfactory of our course. Our two hardest years were past, and having by this time become accustomed to all phases of life at the University, we made the best of our time and managed to make the year seem like a day. At Christmas time we made the Prom a fitting end to the happy-go-lucky semester preceding. In the spring the easy life of the months just past began tio tell, and we manifested a woeful lack of interest in baseball. This was all the more surprising because we always considered baseball one of our strong points. It was entirely due to our listlessness that we put up such a poor game against the Seniors and lost. This year's baseball team has shown some of our Freshman spirit. We have already qualified for the Hnals by defeating "og, and while we realize that in the deciding game we have a hard team to go against, yet, should we be victorious, we would accept the pennant with becoming modesty and without the quiver of a lash. Altogether our record is verv satisfactory. We have to our credit one cane-rush, two baseball pennantsg have tied two strong classes in football, and out of eight baseball games have lost but one. 46 Olll' l'Cl!li-lllf, Hen xx as W hx! li-:lxl , . disgust. .Y-X ll' 1 . . l'-wr, is it - . Hillel In .tzciiti or we circle .irc that Eu' this ..' d xliiy. 'his was put up already ,uid we is very baseball As Seniors we have been conservative, yet democratic enough when it seemed lit. A disposition to look ser1ous.y upon life pervades the remnant of our ranks. This speaks Well for our future, for it is our earnest desire to make successes of,our various callings. Whatever efforts we have put forth this year have been for the success and advancement of the college as a Whole, and We would like nothing better than to see it become a more and more powerful factor in our national education. Our Alma Mater will ever be dear to us. Its destined success and advancement will cause us to rejoice. As time passes on and our number gradually becomes smaller, We will be happy to think that some part of the World will have been benefited by the ideals We have formed in the four years of' goodfellowship that constituted our college life. I ' , yy- w t .Q Q ' lil I I5 Ill!! ,.' El ',' ki' nl I ii-liiliitll il, All' A l l ll: 1,594 ' All ' ' , 7" A' ' A rl 1 ' I 47 IVIEMBERS OF NORMAL CLASS MISS - I MISS MISS MISS MISS DOLLIE BLEVENS ELOISE ELLIOT EMMA 1REGLI EDNA HAMLIN SARAH CHASE 4 8 I lx. P L1 1 1 1 I - N .X X X . f N 1 NV! X-X-XX 2 f I M ' fx .F Z' K ,--- !1:p W ,A f X f N Ni Q XX X A W A 'X V fy fd x I' :ff f-3 X 3 5 if "' X-1-X -. ,....,... ..1...-...AA-A-' f " 't --5-" '-A-- f ' f ' M" "W ' Irv :FIM :Nm CADET P1-TIGERS Commandant, CAPTAIN C. T. BOYD, U. S. C. Major, W. F. GRAHAM flzlesignedjg W. B. THOMPSON. Adjutant, G. F. WEST. COMPANY A. COMPANY B. Captain, F. A. NATHAN. Captain, W. P. CATLIN First Lieutenant, F. DELONCHANT. First Lieutenant, V. COMERFORD BAND. Drum Major, OTTO F. HEIZER. Instructor, YNFALTER HASTINGS. .52 X x xx J' eip Na Q2 w wg gfi 13 1 ' Y 399' '1 'xx ' Af. ! ,ig 1 TX, ., 3' 'N NJ' K -2 X I fe of this Q He W: ranking of bait improv Aas they of the ILITARY CTIVITIES IVING due consideration to the progress made by the Battalion under Captain C. T. Boyd during the fall of 1902 and i903 and the confidence given to the cadets by the consequent good report at inspection, the progress in mili- tary affairs has been remarkable. A healthy spirit of rivalry which has arisen between the two companies has in a large measure helped to improve drill and to prevent any unnecessary ffdeadbeatingn on the part of the cadets. So, at the present time the battalion is in as good, if not better, condition than it was under Captain Neal, and gives every indication of perfecting itself The companies have been practiced in all the phases of squad and company drill, in setting up exercises, and every Wednesday in battalion drill. Friday has been devoted to guard detail. During the rainy days of February the drill hour was devoted to the study of tactics and to lectures on -'Wy' army and campaign life by Captain Boyd. Each company was divided into four sections, each of which was put under the charge of a commissioned oflicer. A Owing to the fact that Company B won in the competitive drill contest in the spring of IQO3, it held the right of line until March of this year. At that time Major Warner C. Graham resigned and was succeeded by W. B. Thompson, until then captain of' Company B. He was succeeded by W. P. Catlin, then adjutant, and F. A. Nathan was promoted to the senior captaincy, making Company A the ranking company. In those lectures where methods in regard to the rescuing of drowning persons and the carrying of' the wounded from the field of battle were given, the cadets were made to put them into practice. This tended to create a good spirit among the students, and is a vast improvement over the old method of having the companies simply listen to the lectures. For, by putting the rules into practice, they learn as they never could by mere listening. One of the requirements which has been most strictly adhered to is that each and every member ofthe battalion know his general orders. One of the greatest factors in helping to improve the battalion has been the excellent music furnished by the University Band, under - 55 71" the leadership of Walter Hastings and Otto F. Heizer, drum major. The band during these two semesters has been the best in years and deserves great praise for its eflicient Work and for the improvement it has given to the battalion at all inspections, parades and guard mounts. Taking into consideration the marked improvement in the companies as units and as a battalion, the question naturally arises, what has been the cause of this improvement? The answer is simple. There have been live chief factors at work. First is that a keen but friendly rivalry has existed between the companies which has made every member feel personally responsible for the good appearance of his company. Second, the oncoming inspection which the battalion knows it will have to undergo every spring, and the desire for a good report. Third, the excellent music furnished by the University Band, with the consequent spirit it infused into the warlike breasts of the cadets. Fourth, and by no means the least factor, has been the lengthening of the drill period oneifull hour, and the extra hour of drill per Week. Along with these considerations others of a different character must not be passed by. They are the ability of the commandant, Captain C. T. Boyd, to understand the needs of the cadets and to devise means to satisfy their demands, Still another factor is the ability of oflicers and non-commissioned ollicers in the line of file closers. V fx -e PQ, . ill0'l"fhf"'l QQ' will 071' i I ,MWWl'l,!oin!F'Q.',19 56 UM' X L-N V 4 Xnx .J wr, 'H km X15 :Uk fYXy s JU-, wqlnl 'QV Hin -fx Ak V.:- -, ln :' 'H' J 4 , 8 . . J fi . ,jf QW . HF .. ui' 2 i"1'1u2w, , .15 wiuqrn, , W., E, -3-A - --S - i f"X -fxf fxvx FN f KX. X 4 ij Vf vVX1 gy, --as-z , f' ,,A.f" ,ZX A -ff-gk . J, S XV Vixgf' if ,zz N the early-9o's the first members ofthe T. P. O. Fraternity banded themselves together in a band of brotherhood and kindred good-fellowship. They realized the meaning and necessity of fraternity life to the upbuilding of char- acter and true manhood. They endeavored to their fullest power to reach the high standard which they set and for which the Word fraternity stands. Bound up in the mystery of their four initial letters they are still struggling, still aiming towards an ideal which seems always beyond the power of -man to reach. But they have not been struggling alone. A few years later another body of loyal and determined University men bonded themselves into the Sigma Alpha Fraternity, with high ideals .and a kindred spirit of brotherhood and goodfellovvship. In the passing years both fraternities have surged ahead with an irrepressible and resolute perseverance, and some day the fruit of their labors will be to possess a national chapter. i A universal spirit of friendship exists among all of the fraternities as bodies, as-well as among the individual members. Perhaps this is one reason why fraternity life in the University of Nevada has made a steady, consistent advance.. There has been harmony in all branches of fraternity Work, and friction between bodies is an unknown factor. For all a friendly spirit of rivalry exists among the different frats, and each tries to -draw within its fold the best available material. Snobbishness is a thing unknown and the blaze air so common in the larger universities is a thing which has never made its appearance in our little college community. Moreover, non-frat men and women on the hill are treated with the courtesy and consideration due them. The, word "barbarian" is a thing unknown here, and any member of any fraternity or sorority who would essay to use it would meet with the keen disapproval of fellow members. In closing, let us remark that we think the fraternities have lived up to the ideal contained in the true definition of the word fraternity: "A banding together of kindred spirits for mutual benefit." It is safe to say that the secret workings of these orders are along those lines which tend.to bring about the highest type of manhood and womanhood. ..-. W t. ll .z 5 62 '-P' Nutherh U11 'uiidmg gf chu h they r ani! struggling and determine: mired spirit ol :rrcpressible and ig :he individual candy, consistent 'br 432 an friendly fe its appearance ation due them. muid meer with rnnsaincd in the secret workings 1, , Lys: +7 f' . i SC! Zhi T. H. P. O. H. R. M. Ift, CASSIUS SMITH. H. R. C. W. 212, C. W. STARK. SENIORS W. M. KEARNEY H. PRICE F. P. THUMPSON E. I. LEAVITT A O. F. HEIZER ' V. COMERFORDV Q W. P. CATIIIN JUNIGRS 4 ' CAssIUs SMITH W. O,NEILL ' P. O,HARAJ CLAUDE SMITH ' C. W. STARK JOHN WRIGHT A SOPHOMORES JOHN SMILEY GUS HOFFMAN JUAN BRAMBILLA HALLX' UPDIIQE FRESI-IMEN CARL WHEELER N. 'J 4 " I' o 9 ' 1' e I ,S - 5' Q ' fl' E 2' Q' . 'f I Y Z 'L if 'L U! gg S A J It W 93 ' J 8 H! Y JJ!! Q JM!!! 0 'SJJJI7 XJ 'LJ 4 my I v I I ffl, M M 'E Mi A- ks? A ff' I I LL., A ' . ,- .- 64 Q 1 . V iAM2,f" -+.""5L f 1 ,. fi' - N 47' .J 5' J wwf' SIGMA ALPHA - SENIORS WARNER GRAHAM NAT WRIGHT FRED DEI.0NCHANT F. A. NATHAN W. B. THOMPSON JUNIORS 4 HALLIE BULMER. FRED BLACK WILL PEARSON HARRY WILKERSON DEAN BRADLEY WILL POPE JAMES NESBITT HAR,RY CHISM I SOPHOMORES I STANFORD WEATHERS CHESTER TAYLOR HARRY JONES BONNIE MCBRlI'E HARRY DAVIS A IFRFLSHMEN U CYRIL KNOX ALEC BOYLE JAMES HART ' SPECIAL I CHARLES SPARKS r A- f v f,'f V77 ,Al rf' ,N QJ I X L 'Q Y iE't " jf'rx F Rf? yu , In . -.'.1.Q "ff fi'-I-'JT' I f--DPM XJ 5 WINS, RCM-'T X16 X-If -1- XP' f' C' Nb---f QE. k'mQ,,fP ' f GTff'49N-Aff! E8 lg 53 Q H .V 51, r mg, v . - 'w .If ,1 1175 5' 1.2 gi' +Wh- 559 1 li ,SJ , V f 1' 5 W Q . tg r 'i Z 1 l -5 ' I I 2 . SIGMA NU EPSILON FACULTY I G. F. BLESSING G. 'SCRUGHAMV SENIORS ' B. A. EVANS ' W. B. THOMPSON F. P. THOMPSON F. A. NATHAN V JUNIORS A W. O,NEILL C., W. STATIIT HARRY WILKERSON H HALLIE BULMER SOPHOMORES - JUAN BRAMBILLA Gus HOFFMAN 'HALL113 UPDIKE STANFORD WFATHERS 724 , iff- WMS 1 : E PD . C3 4 . HE Delta Rho sorority was the first of the two sororities of our University to come into existence The first members were girls Qi' through this experience came to a realization, of the real meaning of true sisterhood and mutual protection even before they banded who had grown to womanhood in our own State, and consequently had seen and experienced the hardships of every-day life, and i X X9 . . . . . . . G QDQLJJCQ if together. So the result of their labors was the organization of the Delta Rho sorority, containing among its members some of the brightest and fairest ladies of the land. , The next sorority to come into existence was the Theta Epsilon, which, like the Delta Rhos, was founded by the best type of womanhood that the west could produce. The present members stand as living examples of the falsity of the so-called maxim, that beauty of face and form is the outward sign of fickleness, and still cling to the pure ideals set for them by its charter members. Let us revolve the kaleidoscope of our fraternity life and take a glimpse at the young ladies of the University who are banded together with the same high ideals and noble purposes as the fraternity men under the seal Stamped with the expressive word sorority. They, too, perhaps, are banded together for the creation and upbuilding of character. Their influence and purpose is keenly felt by the new girls upon entering the University. They are not only in a fit position to advise the new students, but do in a marked degree encourage and help them when they first begin the struggle of their University life. J X , A GSW I I .X M, E V g ,146 VKX , .x ,gkfxlllllb W9 V ':::L,.ll-N - MMU -1 N ' fff' V "df L l 'i' " :xl VZL: ,. ' . . gl ng . 4, H Q ii, .E NMWQ ,, W' 'll f'-Mfrs willllff- wg +4 is-N eff files ,- 'afll .- I .-ixxthlfjd- - my fy j X-1 .fx N N.-r wr U 'ferr Q- - Wffmllht f W K 76 3 ,v 1 x A I , 'I C , Q .1 s 1 X 4 Y ' J., Wf- E Hg -. X wit. H L I A . 1, . L 1,5y,.k . - fl 3' v' .- 'iw:'?gN n ., U' 'f .., vQj.g'Q1,NNf I 1:15ftf " w 1 QIYQQV w r My a 'X nnwtf, .1 C sp ,".2l3 'Q .I.Vv,': W . ff ga v 4 vflyl If lf E' Y e gi lj lfgs - , I N121 wvx 1 I. , '1' y' ". 4:4 lr iv 114,12 ' N 'P I' ' W T - 'V' , Q 4 ly u A v ir' 3 in 4, P ir 4 1' e 1+ ,A DELTA RHO . OFFICERS ' A ' LAURA A. ARNOT, Omega Lambda Lambda JEANETTE E. CAMERON, Omega Iota Sigma IVAN E. SESSIONS, Kappa Omega Phi A - SENIORS MABEL H. BLAKESLEE i JEANETTE E. CAMERON LAURA A. ARNOT ' JUNIOR- ALIOE MAXWELL SOPHOMORES ETHEL LOUISE MARZEN ALMA L. GOBLE SADIE WEEKS FRANCIS PIKE AILENE GULLING MAUD Ar HOBART SPECIAL CLEVE PIKE LAURA SHIER ' RESIDENT MEMBERS Kate Bender Anna Sunderland Maude Nash Mabel Richardson Delle Boyd Elizabeth Stubbs .Mrs. D. W. Hayes Mrs. B.'O'Sul1ivan Beatrice Sunderland Mabel Sunderland Aimee Sherman Maud Patterson Ivan Sessions E HONORARY MEMBERS PLEDGLING N Mrs. M. Fulton Katherine Reigelhuth P Hepburn Michael . 7 8 qw Wm fb SQEEQ F 5' F X. y r E K K l l I L L: THETA EPSILON b FACULTY MILDREIJ MAUD WHEEIJER SENIOR MABEL GRANT PLUME jUNIORS MARY ELIZABETH COOKE CATHERINE HAND MARY ELLA BACON OBELINE SOUCHEREAU SOPHOMORES MABEL' FRANCES SNAEP REINE Ross I BEULAI-1 HERSHISER C FRESHMEN IRENVE MACK ZITA MADDEN EDNA SOUCHEREAU SPECIAL MYRTIS DUNAWAY 82 ' r .-J H 1 .a-- v, .' .2 ,ily 4. 1 nr, U.,-,H 33 J P i n Q E F C ? , 7 K P, P I F L, , 4 v Q I I gafi 'EJ' VI I .431 JI ,A 4 If-wx ,Q-5 +I "9 I, :I . -1 .fp , I vvix WI . 41' I fi? 35 ., XY.-thx up fb' lsyy A, rf. 11.3 I. I, I 17. In I. L, 'N . ,V 1 il I fi' , ,. 15.6 :X .1 I 'Q ' I V I ' I ' 4 I QU "li if A. T. P. OFFICERS ' LUCY R. BRANNIN, T. K. O. H. OLIVE N. VVISIE, 7. IW. P. LAURA ARNOT, T. C. G. ' A SENIORS ,ANNA B. AWOODWARD LAURA A. ARNOT ' JUNIURS LUCY R. BRAIRININ CATHERINE HAND OLIVE N. WISE ELIZABETH CUURII NORMAL ELOISE ELLIOT RESIDENT MEMBER MRS. T. TAYLOR SJ 1 M 1 , WEN ll 'J F E 1 J 1 I H l' "'-' .g.fuuhi:: ,.- ?lWlnmnnHHIH " uw F II llll n '.HUIllIlllliB1l1HHl.Il1! wmuuw if N 4 - A w L 2' IQ? K- 1' ff! f J if fgfiffif " T X 'fl 1" ' ' ' - K Y WW 1 NH l NW :uhh M 1suf', f1,,,Il L . A Ecnonexxvovm. ' PHILUMATHEAN OFFICERS LAURA ARNOT, Prefidem' ELIZABETH CooRE, Vim Prefidefzt ANNA WOODARD, Serretfzry POST GRADUATE ' Q PEARL SNAPP A SENIORS LAURA ARNOT MABEL BLAKESLEE JUNIORS CHAS. BULL MARGARET MAYBERRY LUCY BRANNIN A. H. STECRLE I. X. STECKLE LoU1s SPELLIER SOPHOMORES ETHEL MARZEN LAURA MCDERMOTT BERTHA KNEMEYER ED. COMERFORD ALVINA SIELAFF A ,ADA MORSE REINE Ross ' LULU MCMULLEN MABEI. SNAPP A I FRESHMEN ALEX BOYLE BERT!-IA PECK EDNA COLL A NORMALS EMMA REGL1 1 ELOISE ELLIOT LILLIAN WALKER Q0 1 'NILAYY , 96: , : I 21 E L, Y L V. P E 5+ F 5 11 x m F, fl: 5 'kt . CRESCENT CLUB OEE1CERs 7 NELLIE MAYO, President HARRY HOLLAND, Vim Prefidefzt LoU1sE BRYANT, Secretary X GEORGIA NELSON, 7-TEIIIYIVEV MEMBERS George Daudel Paul Arnot Roy Leidy Archie Bell Charles Keo Wm. Middleton Harr Holland Vernon Westfall Dol h Wertheimer Charles Roecler P . i Elmer Wedertz Austin Cheatham Nellie Mayo Mabel McVicar Etna Petree Louise Bryant Agnes Harvey ,May Wilson Grace Stewart Isabelle Miller Louise Barker Hattie lrish Mildred Brown Phoenie Holmes Georgia Nelson Viva Wilson 5 Q 0 if? O A . Sv 9 Nligsfa '-Qi gg ' A , - , .-r1----L--- -'-' -'f' - 'f-H' 1' '-- ' ii- jf:-A-:iv a, bf' """""" "1 -'-" 2 ' -f"1' 4t"" -7'--"'- 'fl- 'ss 5"' 1 ,- 'v, V . ' "0-ooo "' 94 A..,,,-M ., Av., g X 6- ' -.--x- vvfj. K x , - Q W 75951 ' xqSxsNw -- Wm.-',g.11Nx'-,fig-x, K ' - sn. xx .W w ' N 'mv-4 NY ,?"mw,N,, ax. K, Sklxix E r ' I . .4 K , ,, - . g . I 'I B 1 . 3' - 2 V . 'W HE COURSE N UBLIC SPEAKING By IRVIN W. AYRES, Instructor EFORE a student can be expected to make a creditable speech, he must know something about speech-making and the characteristics of a good speech. For this reason the course in Public Speaking begins with a theoretical consideration 2 of speech.-making in general. The training of the faculties necessary for success IS considered-the cultivation of the f 'lili - I ' . . . . . . . . . . a power of thought, imagination and emotion, and the improvement of language, vfnce and gesture. Then attention is W ' paid to the question of the preparation of a particular speech, the different methods of speaking being discussed, and the if extemporaneous method recommended. By the extemporaneous method it is meant that the speech shall not be read, nor recited from memory, the choice of words being left to the inspiration of the moment, but that it be preceded by careful study and elaboration of the subject, the logical arrangement of ideas, and careful consideration of the most effective method of pre- senting the desired thoughts. The different parts of a speech are considered separately, the different methods of introduction and conclusion analyzed, and the purpose of each explained. In this theoretical consideration of the subject, which occupies the first semester, William Pittinger's "How to Become a Public Speaker" is used as a text. In supplementary lectures the instructor explains, elaborates and illustrates the principles ofthe text, and adds suggestions drawn from his own observation and experience. The work of the second semester consists of the application of the principles previously considered.' Every member of the class is required to make several speeches on different subjects. As far as time permits, the subject-matter, its arrangement and method of presenta- tion, and the delivery are criticized, and suggestions made for improvement in the direction indicated. As far as possible, the students are made to feel at ease, and to express their thoughts freely, without fear or restraint owing to the presence of the instructor or of other members ofthe class. Practice in speaking, especially debating, is eminently calculated to promote quickness and accuracy of thought, to improve one's bearing, and to teach control of one's faculties under distracting and embarrassing conditions. Such, in brief, are the ideals of the course in Public Speaking. I 97 LPI-I ET MEMBERS ALLAN EDE or-IN WRlGHT HQ MASSEY ALFRED HAML1N 'MARK K.lil,I.HY FRED FREEMAN M. 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' --f N '- f ..4f:..-A ..:.:f..a.4g--.xf1.gL.sf-5 Wiz: ,'. . - 'H , "' , ' "' ' A - I Z ' A ' I . , hiv Ji I Q, w... ,vv vwmvv-Q,v"v, Af1l 4 98 ' A 3, HE Young Women's Christian Association of the Nevada State University jvr G was organized on March 25, 1898, with nineteen charter members. lt is 'A QN . . . . . . . 823969 the only religious organization in the University at present and has a mem- bership of about thirty-five young women, twenty of which are active mem- bers and the remainder associate members. e Last year, through donations of friends, the young ladies fitted up a very pleas- . ant meeting room in Stewart Hall. This room is also used as a rest and study room for young ladies Who do not live on the campus. Miss Harriet H. Brown, Coast Secretary, has paid several visits to the Assoei- l ' ation during the past year. She was accompanied on her visit in january, IQO4, by Miss Mary Bentley, General Secretary of the Association at Berkeley. Daily meetings were held by these workers, and through them the spiritual life of the organization was strengthened. Three bible study classes were organized at that time. The work in these classes, under the leadership of Mrs. Fulton, Mrs. Etcheverry and Mrs. Adams has proved very beneficial. At the first of each year receptions are tendered in the gymnasium to the new students. By means of these receptions the new students have an opportunity of becoming acquainted with the faculty and old students before the regular work of the University begins. A very pleasant feature this year has been the afternoon teas held each month at the homes of friends ofthe Association. lt has been the cus- tom of the Y. W. C. A. to hold some kind of an entertainment during the second semester of each year for the purpose of' raising fiintls to send delegates to the annual convention held at Capitola, California. The officers of the Young Women's Christian Association are Miss Beulah Hershiser, President, Miss Ada Morse, Vice President, Miss Lillian Walker, Recording Secretary, and Miss Ollie Wise, Treasurer. IOI CRUCIBSLE CLUB FACULTY G. YOUNG A. REID . SENIORS A ALLAN EDB OTTO HEIZER FRED DELONCHANT WILLIAM KEARNEY WARNER GRAHAM . . H. PRICE G. F. WEST JUNIORS AMES NESBITT WILLIAM POPE CCASSILTS SMITH C. VV. STARK CLAUDE SMITI-I HARRY CHISM H. B. BULMER ' DEAN BRADLEY WILLIANI PEARSON WALTER PALMER SPECIALS A F. D. BLACK F. LANUI-IoRsT 2' 4 2Mk.1z1.QI -XAQFBZ WWA Q-iFXELf f' .fiffff .I fi iii-A if IO2 -Qxl W I .kr fp!! :LN , me lf .K ,.,I.,.W,,L,q!g, , , . 1 W A,-5. ., ,Zig ,, lp, -q.,g11,-max, . i..2Flf-'. 14. if , K1 'A , I " 5 1' L if 1 , ' ,.1 FOOTBALL TEAM DR. A. C. STECKLE, Coarb F. VA. NATHAN, Manager FRANK SM1TH, Captain FRANK FRIESELL, Rigbt Hafk l I. X. STECKLE, Left Haf JAMES HART, Fall CL KNOX, Right Efzd B. C. LEADBETTER, .Qzartfr F. SMITH, Left Em! C. CHART, Right Tdfkff H. MENKE, Rigizt Gaara' WM. LAWRENCE, Left Guard E. I. LEAVITT, Center g A. H. STECKLE, Left Tariff ' I A SUBSTITUTES t N. ,WRIGHT G. HOFFMAN H. STANDERWICK HARRY CH1sM T, T , K Z 1O6,A l f'4,.' I4 'f AS . . ' , X V .V V2 ' V i. I A .-2 M? nfl ooTBALL AT THE . OF . By Cassius SMITH BOUT ten years ago, through the untiring efforts of Dr. joseph Edward Stubbs, President of the Nevada State ' ' . . Q V. ! University, and members of the faculty, we were introduced to the grand old game of football. Perhaps never 1 before in the history of Nevada athletics was there to us a more welcome acquaintance made. A team was ' ,S organized, and without the assistance ofa coach the elementary principles of the game were studied and put into 'jeg migggui 176, practice. Th1S was the infancy of our football career. The members of that pioneer team are to-dav scattered " fi..G!7C6? Nl . .. . ... . . ' T '?Q'ji5,Q throughout the world, perhaps little realizing that their initiative and fundamental efforts in this branch of 5 ' ' education is to-day appreciated in the University. While the result of their introductory work did not perhaps fulfill their expectations, they established a strong foundation for future success. The many disadvantages under which they labored, followed by disappointments and bitter defeats, were not discouraging to them. They laid out trieir work with the purpose in View that in future years it would be emulated by the brawn and sinew of the University. During that ., - hrst season Belmont College defeated us 70 to o. Since that time up to the present there has been a steady, con- sistent advance in this field of work, and to-day we can proudly say that we are recognized as a redouhtable football aggregation. While we have not always been successful, we take pride in saying that we have been victorious over y the University of California, Leland Stanford University, University of Utah, Santa Clara College, San -lose Normal School, Chico Normal School, University of the Pacific, Fort Baker Artillery team, and repeatedly the Reliance Athletic Club of Oakland. Firmly believing that some day the great universities of the west would come to recognize P ' our ability as football' players, we labored. Now that our expectations have been transformed into a realization we are happy. lt requirec years of faithful work, followed by repeatedly changing coaches, to accomplish this end. President Roosevelt, in his recent speech before the people Of' Reno, Stated that 'fthe greatest happiness attainable by man, the greatest joy that can come to a human being, is a concen- ' IOQ ia if I K i 4 f tration of one's efforts toward atworthy end." This, our 'honored President said, ffwas the crowning happiness of life." Now, this is 4 ust what Nevada has been doing, and we have reached that end. The opening of the 1903 season Was characterized by a sufficient number of both old and new men to insure rl .- spirited competition for all positions on the eleven. Later on this vigorous competitive spirit lagged, and to a careful observer it was plainly evident as to who would be on the first team. The first game of the season was played in t Reno with the Nevada Alumni. The Alumni eleven was composed of "old stars" who showed superior headwork, which resulted in winning for them a victory. The final score stood, Alumni 5, Nevada o. On October 15th the second game of the series, with the Fort Baker Artillery team, was played on Evans' field. Nevada proved herself to , n , I K have far the better team, winning easily bya score of 45 to o. At no time throughout the - game was Nevada's goal in danger. In offensive play the 'Varsity showed a marked improvement over the game with the Alumni, but on defensive play it was plainly demonstrated that the team needed more work. 'The third game of the schedule, with the Reliance Athletic Club of Oakland, was also played in Reno, on , Evans' field. The men from the City of Oaks, by clever headwork and sureness in handling the ball, succeeded in making the only touchdown of the day. Nevada played the best offensive game, but repeated fumbles on the part of the 'Varsity lost them many yards. Throughout the entire duration of the struggle intense L H 1-I " 7 i eztcitement on the sidelines prevailed, the final score always being in doubt. During the first half both teams scored a p field goal. The club men were badly winded, due to the great change in elevation. In the second half Reliance f forced' the ball over for a touchdown, making the final score, Reliance 1 I, Nevada 5. X A As a result of these preliminary games, the season did not appear any too prosperous. We had lost two games, and the last one was to be immediately followed by games with the two greatest universities in the west. L .1 The Oakland team had repeatedly been defeated by both Stanford and the University of California, and as we had expected to beat them, and failed, gloom reigned throughout the college halls and dormitories. Our men, however, were not discouraged, and a week later the team departed for the city of palms and roses to compete with the Leland Stanford eleven. In this game Nevada I ixo C 2. The best play on both offense and defense was done by the California team. Nevada excelled in headwork. The victorious team, upon their return to Reno, were tendered a proper and fitting reception, which only showed in a weak way the deep appreciation the University had for their work. T T In the meantime several games had been arranged with the best teams in the northwest-namely, Washington State University, Oregon Agricultural College and Puget Sound University. It was quite an undertaking to send our team as far north as Seattle. The trip was too far, and the players to a certain extent were weary upon their arrival. However, arrangements were made, and late in November the Nevada eleven found themselves comfortably ensconsed in a Pullman sleeper and were speeding toward the Canadian boundary. It required three days for the men to reach -N their destination. At last the time came, and the train thundered into the Seattle depot. The team was at once taken to the 'finest hotel in Seattle and well cared for by the University of Washington students. The following afternoon the game was played. The northern papers pronounced it the most beautiful game of ball ever seen in that city. Washington was remarkably strong on defense, while Nevada showed superior work on l offense. The only score of the game was a safety, and Washington scored this. From all fair accounts, the two teams were evenly matched, and although Washington won, she had met opponents just as worthy as herself After the game the boys were given a royal banquet by the Washington State University. ' T l' - Many prominent citizens of Seattle were present, and an enjoyable evening was spent. The next day the eleven departed for Puget Sound University, where the seventh game was to be played. The game with the Tacoma giants was fiercely contested throughout, there being much rivalry between Puget Sound and the U. of W., and as a result Puget Sound wanted to roll up a larger score than did Washington. The game ended with Puget Sound the victors by a score of IO to o. The team immediately departed for Corvallis, Oregon, where the last game of the schedule ' - was to be played. Corvallis received Nevada with open arms. The following day upon the beautiful Corvallis Held the game was played, resulting in a victory for Corvallis by a score of 15 to o. This series of games had required almost two weeks away from class and college, and the boys at once returned home. II2 good wishes for the Chico Normals. T i The helping benefits Nevada has received from football are many and varied. We are living in an age of T activity a commercial age. Our youth go forth into the world physically strong. They are capable of putting up a strong resistance and battling with strong competition. We must be able to think and act quickly, and this is one of the helpful lessons received from football. "Never put off till to-morrow what can be done to-day." Football Looking back over the season's work, Nevada had played eight games, had won two, tied one and lost five. ,While the result of the games in the north did not fulfill the expectations of the players, the Nevada State University is satisfied. Our representative football team had done their best. ' A large share of the success of the season's work belongs to the faithful second eleven. They devoted the entire season toward helping develop the 'Varsity team, and as a compensation for their helpful service they received only a trip to Chico, California. The glad news was not made known to them until the 'Varsity team was in the northwest playing their final games. The game with Chico was a most sportsmanlike affair, and was won by Chico. Score, Chico I2, Nevada 5. Aier the game the hospitable Normals gave the boys a magnificent reception. The second eleven returned home feeling that they had been right royally treated, and with many games are never postponed, never put off. As a result, we systematize our work. We know just what will be done at a certain place, and at a certain time. The football player is taught to work-not to work blindly on, but with a purpose in view, and not to become discouraged when forced to defeat. The football man developes a coolness of nerve which is of inestimable value at critical moments, and, lastly, the moral effects of' foot- ball do more to elevate society than any other function of college life. Men are taught to care for their physical being. An active mind and muscle go hand in hand. Where the physical being is undeveloped, the intellect is to at certain degree sluggish. Build up the physique, and the mind will find additional nourishment. Of' the many foot- ball players Nevada has graduated, not one has been a failure. They are taught to work, and find an everlasting pleasure in working with a purpose ahead It is hoped next year's team will continue with the same vigor and determination as those who have gone before. II3 HE 'o CRACK EAM DR. A. C. STECKLE, Comb JAMES MCVICAR, Manager, CASSIUS SMITH, Captain Hundred-yard DHJLI7-FRIESELL, HOFFMAN, I. X. STECKLE 220-yard Dafb-FRIESELL, HOFFMAN, WRINKLE 440-yard Dafh-I. X. STECKLE, BRAMBILLA, STANDERWICK 380-yqfd Rzuz-SFELLIER, CLAUDE SMITH Ofze-mile RZl7Z1TAYLOR,L CIIAUDE SMITH 1.20-yard Hzzrdlef-FRIESELI., LUKE ' 220-yard Hd7'6fZ6J-FRlESEl,I,, LUKE Q Broad :7Z'l77lp--BARKER, F. SMITH, FRIESELL High Affzzmp-F. SMITH, FRIESELL ,Pofe lffllfff-+BARKER, HART I , X Hammer am! Slzat-BULL, CASSIUS SMITH, A. H. STECKIQE S' S I 1-Affkifi. ,, .1 if I! X f 21- ' h , .e-., .F -. "' , ,f K, Q53-Q.,ifI , 1 A f NJN '- ' M A. J W, X K li I 'flyj I fi K f I V YW J l f . I I, lr -I V I X, 114 N22 1 ML h1-3 ,O3 BASKETBALL Q EANETTE CAMERON, Capmifz . I I EA FLORENCE KENT, 14111111021 G O A LS ELIZABETH COOK LAURA ARNOT KATPLERIINE HANLJ Cf U A R D S PHINIE PINK A M.AUDE WARREN CARRIE ALLEN C E N T E R S OLL112 WEATHERS ,IEANETTE CAMERON LILLTAN EAD: ,T J ..q,v'I,::.! Mg' j :flu 5. ,f N , H 'kiln' j'ff" I ff 3-f ig fl WWW- L 1 A iff Gif R' ff '5 15 -Q' S 5 4' 6596245 ' ' ' f 1 My L' A 5 'tg1"?z.f+ , 25 w t 'J FW f f 7 fRfH,j,g,f4j4i f , Q fr f 118 xx xxxinx K X x iv -Ani fi I I mmm w I yawn xfmf-J'v.9f 1. 1 Snlf' """9"f'1-,-' V ' ' ' - -Q. j .1 I uf ,Agp ....g.,,-M S YV!-v, - . lvl an r 4 1 .s OF . THLETIC ASSOCIATIQN Cr t? ACK in the early days of the University, after it was removed to Reno, an association of the students was formed for the purpose 6 x - . U ' ' . . S 3 of fostering athletic sports. The records of the earlier meetings are lost, the minutes for the year 1895 being the oldest now Coda extant. Upon reading over these minutes one is led to wonder if, in these days of advancement, the Athletic Association is really keeping abreast of the times or retrograding. Certain it is that in those days more meetings of the Association were called and more business was transacted than at present. This is something that the students of to-day would do well to look into, for only in unity is there strength, and the desire to cut meetings short and to shift whatever responsibility which may fall on the individual members, will, unless corrected, ultimately defeat the very end for which the Association has been founded. The Association at lirst did not consist of all students of the University, as it does at presentg but only those male students who should pay one dollar entrance fees and a monthly assessment of thirty-five cents. Now, since the Association was made to consist of all students, male and female, of the University, the fee is regulated by the Executive Committee of the Association and the Faculty Committee on Athletics, and is usually two dollars, paid at the beginning of each semester. The Executive Committee comprises the President, Vice- President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Association and the managers of the different athletic teams. It has full power to transact any business for the Association and to act in place of the Association at any time. The benefits of such an association of the students are many and varied. Since each one has a voice in all matters pertaining to athletics, he or she takes a vital interest in the successes of the various athletic sports. A concentration of capital is attained, without which it would be impossible to carry oniathletic contests, since we are comparatively isolated from other colleges. By this concerted action on the part. ofthe students, and by this alone, is it possible to foster athletics, and thus make our presence felt in the athletic world. On reading over the old minutes oneis struck by the following entry on November zz, 1895: "Received a challenge from the Faculty to play a game of football on Thanksgiving day, game to commenced at 1:30 sharp. Accepted." That was the birth of athletics in the University, at a time when the institution was very little known, even within the boundaries of our own State. Since that time the successes of our teams on the gridirou havemade us a factor in the athletic world. ' 123 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE GF A. A. A. CATON, Pmfizfelzt ELIZABETH COOKE, Serrrtflfiy I. X. S'l'liCKI.li, 'l'nvmn F. A. NA'FHAN, Footbaff Alllllzlgtfl' XV. P. CATLIN, THHX' Mfzfnzgrf W. F. GRAHAM, Bflffbflff 1Wf11nzgw' MAEEI. BL.fmEs1,EE, B11.-',l'rM1z!! lVIfz11f1gf-'f' -J ' - 123.-ye-H -.1-:.-.- .4 -7 fi!! Uwwfmlwl Y' . fi U' .,W1f',T.aWTTTmgglm "'1mm'w,,1 'AiW!E,3i23f1:W 'VfiWM'ix 'Wi' f!f,.E?!"'iliT f 1 1 W :1r.ff!M':511izlf..,1f1s.1E.1WIT5 -T"' .. .:.E pu1'm'Hiq1'!', 1 Tfl:1fT,3'Fwfw5T?wI'Tff'2'f'wMQL ' fwlm lg H' V' mf TTT.fffSlwN.ffff1f:!f4lem I W2 Hamm? EM T MMM 1MlHm.. - err- --. .7 -,.. .- , .f?'1."2 ff f f 'Z 124. M- lu 7 WIGL '11 in r B . I I u x Q n i i S X 5 ,r A n I 1 1 1 1 A I x 7 . , . 'x x fore in debating. The Senior-Junior Debate-Resolved, "That Mormonism in the United States Should Be Abolished by Law," was held in the Gym March. 30, 1904. Miss Anna Woodward and Allen Ede represented the Senior Class and Miss Emily Berry and Harold Louderback the Junior. The Soplimore-Freshman debate, Resolved, "That it is to the best interests of' civilization that Russia wins the present Russo-Japanese war," was held in the Gym on April 13, 1904. The final debate 5,05 between the victors for the class championship will be held about the middle or last of' May. T Debating has not had, the start or support that athletics has, but it is rapidly diminishing the distance, and we have but to look forward a few years when it will be abreast. lt is something that our numbers should not effect, as they do track and football contests. May we not hope for a foremost place? The more prominent we become as il college the more debating will be forced to the front. Athletics give an UN," but l1Ot the less to be proud of' is the debating pin which we can look at and wear with pride in later years. The organization of' the Debating Association for the present year is as follows: Miss Isabel Miller, Special, Miss Edna Hamlin, Normal, Mr. Milar Davidovich, Freshman, Mr. Harry Cazier, Sophmoreg Mr. Harold Louderback, bluniorg Mr. Allen lide, Senior, and manager of' debating, Mr. Harold Louderback. , QU Qfli, Xjfvili Q , , ,elilprl Wffkwh- fd fe W u rse l f X....x.D3ixXllll 128 r N, . , - ' , I - H . fn:-A f f j X f" A L . gf, ' df. 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His skill was the salt of his life, and his reputation as a man who had never vet been thrown known throughout the range. i 1E1" .. , ' ,vs r One day when the bunch of extras was corralled for fresh mounts a stranger was noticed among them. lt was '. ii a black stallion of unusual size with a curious White blaze over one eye. As soon as lim saw him he said, "He is W K . . 14- . .:,? "' mine." Pete, a Mexican, with no mean reputation as a bronco-buster himself, looked the new horse over, noted the '.-5-'iK 'f?'fN . . - - . . . 5 blaze over one eye, piously crossed himself after the fashion of his race, and muttered: "Mucho diablo, no goodf' t ' M 55 ... if . . . - . . . 4 .lim only laughed, with the observation that 'fa Greaser's nerve vvouldnft stand for much 'cept shooting jack rabbits, anyhow." But ne called the stallion Diablo, and announced that the next Sunday morning he would fftyvist him.', 130 The whole camp turned out to see the fun.- Diablo was roped, thrown and saddled in a trice and the broad leather blind pulled down over his eyes. He scrambled to his feet and stood trembling with legs braced far out, rocking to and fro as does a new-born calf. There was something hard and strange and cold between his teeth, a broad band as of a thousand needles across the soft, tender skin of his belly, a heavy weight on his back and all was dark. He jumped forward, there was a keen sting across his shoulders, then something sharp cut into his flanks and started the warm blood trickling down his sides. He started running, fast then faster, and stopping suddenly with all four feet bunched and head low, rocked swiftly to and fro. There came a cry in his ears and the sharp sting on his shoulders. He reared up, striking out wildly with his forefeet, jumped, kicked and plunged, but still he could not free himself. What was this on his back? Was it a wild beast about to tear him? Every savage instinct of self-protection was aroused. He threw himself backward to the ground and rolled, but scrambling to his feet was again assailed. Again came the tear of its claws on his sides and 4 its cry in his ears. It was a battle royal between beast and beast. Then he remembered the trick he fa Q. , , . 'Z had played years before when the wildcat had dropped on his shoulders as he passed under the rocks .I ,li gf J Q I . . X X X in the canon. He trotted a few steps, stopped, and then, with an angry snort, sprang high into the 'W 2,1 X Ill ,' WL ., , . . , , ,A , . . - f' air and with one twist of his sinuous spine turned completely in his tracks. As he felt the ground 'lf I iff' ' - there was a ell a sudden lessenin ofthe wel ht and he was free. I ll, 1 y S g g t V -ff . - - ' -l Q5 X Twenty feet away lim slowly rose from the dust. He took the good natured gibes of the .iJe' X., ', E . I 1 T 1 boys in silence, but all could see' that he felt that his pride was broken. That night he had nothing to X X . say -around the camp fire, and the next morning at breakfast the cook reported that before daylight .lim mt -' A had come to him for a couple of days' grub and that he had seen him, just as the sun rose, riding off .g 1-,is V- H fig. 1. leading the black stallion. lim's departure excited but little comment, as it was customary for a "Wrangler" to hunt a new outfit after being "piled" before all the boys. At the rodeo next year two cows broke from the bunch and headed for a small mesa above the river. In turning them, one of the boys rode close to a lone pinon tree. He stopped and, in response to his call, his partner rode over to him. Sitting against the tree and bound to it by three wraps of stiffened rawhide was the skeleton of a man and about twenty feet away lay the bones of a horse with the 131 ,As , . 'l ff f 3 I , f 15.5 Q t ue' noose of' the riata still about its neck. A hunting knife, still in its sheath, with "J, G." cut into its handle told who had owned it. It was evident to them that Jim had piclceted Diablo to the tree and sat down to Watch him struggle himself to death. He had dozed, and Diablo, in his terror, had circuited the tree and bound him to it so he could not free himself and both fettered in a living death had slowly starved. The next Sunday all of the boys from the ranch came out and lim was buried under the tree, and one of the boys, who had but lately arrived from the outside, spent his spare moments in carving on the end ofa cracker box, which he nailed on the tree over jim's grave, -HM GARRETT. Died May, 1880. The poetry ofjustice. 'Y' 132 r - I I I I m e N f MX" 'L I' li2llllil5l"' ""'fflfff'fi"llfh7f9l5? ES E 'W fic - V sf 75 fl zf X ., 5' ' urfiazfif QZA. 'V 141 Q Es, fi 1 -, 4- ll f ' I ll ill J A- N fee A 1 - . ' "be l ' 4 l' 5? ..,A E.: T,-w.q,I:,: ,-fr, sem Hgfjg, ax Xl X A RNS-, V ' 1 1 HAS I ,X f - i-vllffll-.55sf'lI.'f-si' gran -,tm 5 -1, e' iltriiiiqiie- eff ' A - ' ,I I 'il I 5, fa sw .. ,Y ' 2 .zr,illlll"i-,f vullfr 1"'lll'll-f'Hl'f-- CW " ""' Q 'EZ-'L l- 4. ,,., ,Jl lil l' 'llll Jai fe-ff. X lh ff .,.sl5! I '- ' ' lflwgj' for Wfi eefff If Q l iflf ' W 541, X. R? fe. U. df I I-'gf iff 5 :T ' ' eng, Q ,ff ' ' lllslgl,e!'.wl'-2Qg..Q.4-e:4g1g" f'riwi3-797,515 ' W E I - uf? fi! :M-af1l1E.'l'l' fi-ll-gif '- ,j1.1::f15? -Aiii-1-S-2--irwgr L 'I " iii-illlla r all ' X ll l leg-F fi t eff..ifff-Li-. 7' t msgs S . f I' " "te aft w - ta' U.-Lf' 2 , QMS!! -X -' flu I It 1 ' . By SHELLEY SUTTON, Boise City, Idaho. ISCWNCLQD OWN upon the Payette river When the snow lies deep and hoary B Where the porphry cliffs ar1se- And the river banks are drear, I C . . . - Og Seem to quiver-seem to sh1ver-- They w1ll pour the doletul story Cf In the cold inclement skies. In the list'ning stranger's ear. Where the stream is sleeping calmest They will tell l10W little Allie And the Willows softly Wave Lived and lost and loved and died, Sings a robin, vernal psalmist, Sweet Syfinga Oli the valley O'er a lone sequestered grave. Sleeping by the river's side! There are mam, who remember m How she loved the young vaquero Her who Sleeps beneath that tomb, 'Who would ride across the plain And when winds in chill December In hls Chappes and broad Sombfffo Wfhisde through the wintry glooml Through the blizzard or the ram. I 'Y 7 JJ ' just to meet the rancher's daughter, How his broncho swiftly bore him just to see the valley's pet, Onward to the valley dim, Down beside the dreaming water, How he paused, and, reaching o'er him, Down beside the calm Payette! Tied his lasso to a limb. How one night they rode together- How upon the morn they found him fWas it fate, or was it chance?j Swinging ghastly to and fro- O'er the mountaing o'er the heather, Wild syringas blooming round him To a distant village dance. And the river just below. I-low she met the handsome stranger- They will tell how little Allie How her lover vainly tried Mourned above his Collin lid-- T0 Qonvince her Qf the danger HOW she X'K'21I'1ClCI'CCl up the valley She was in while at his side. ln the vesper shadows hid. F J L.. J.: ,f 'Q-' , K , - ,, , 3 rf? 511514, How her youthful heart was glacldened .LN f --zgcgilffzs, - ' . W t lff zf' ,offer Qmfx 'By the Jealousy she wrought, 5? 5 " " "l i1lliiliili,g'9 X i X 1 K F - ' 1,fM.,i55W ?Nr-5-sxs. xx fx X, f X W ' -. -1 J !i'F.- :Q --V ill -,N N X l' hileherlover watched her maddened . Mi:,!e .iii ll . 6 N ln a SOL1lCOHSLlI1'1lDg thought. ' -1' '.44.-azlfgii q ' ..1....i?"E N"-'Q" 'fi ii J --'Zh'-,, Xi' .1 - - - Q +244 tt 9. -fiiufftsse t 5- 'hifi N352 I-low he passed at midnight from her 1-T 'f M, ig. gg ,, Xmzq f tztg- tw-A -. 27- 5,13 ',':2ff, -, -4, .wb Q35 fi ". . . . i?A'-. -g-1 3415 A is . t Out into the silent night, if Q-A-. S .X While the amber moon of summer i m' Bathed him in its mellow light, W-WLT,-,sg I 34- HOW She Paused upon the mafgent Down beside the silent river, ofthe Silent, Sleeping Stream: Down beside the cold Payette, Gliding, like 3 Hood of argent, In that sleep that lasts forever, Through the valley's tranquil dream. Lies the Valleyfs young Coquetteu How she raised her arms above her She is- sleeping-She hasperished- With a low resounding wail- - Where are now her artful wiles? Heard the Whisper of her lover Where the beauty that she cherished? In the Waters of the vale. Where her heart-alluring smiles? How they found her on the morrovv-- T There are many who remember Found her in the river's bed- Her who sleeps within that tomb, Freed from every earthly sorrow, And when Winds in dark December Rigid, Silent, Cold and dead! Whistle through the wintry gloom. When the snow lies deep and hoary And the river banks are pale They will tell the doleful story Of "Syringa of the Vale.', fi TRN- ffl X-.1 ' ilk' 'lk . XEQX 4 Q Lrg: - -Q - r F-- -' A a '-fr aa. y T '1 ' Hmm. l3S ' UUUOOOO FF" I -V 22245 "' --4-' -75.24-., Y 5 -f 1 -,:,,- , - S T N' Q T ' , iff L i 2 Y . iq :Q X- 1 1 V,-v l X, -lst Z -is X - -. If X By JOHN HAROLD HAM1,IN. ROFESSOR SCREEDS rubbed the one fragmentary patch of' hair on his pink scalpg the manner in which he did this f K bespoke deep meditation. The cause of his perplexing thoughts lay on the desk before him in the guise of' a blue tinted T g sheet of' note paper quite filled with a dashing style ofichirography. J OK The professor had read what was written thereon twice through-he now scanned it a third time, and while hc llip f Mvfits lingered over the three signatures at the bottom a bell clanged forth the period for his geology class. Then came tht g ligf l fii KT students-seven men filed in with an air no varsity man can assume until the fourth year has moulded him into a Senior. -V . . ,. XY Scarcelv were these male dignitaries seated when a trio of co-eds tripped into the room and fluttered to three chairs directly in front of' Pro- ,- fessor Screed's desk. i d ll ll d d the Senior eolo y class marked all present. A noticeable The last bell rangg whispered communication cease g ro ca rea , an g g' In lull followed, during which the professor resumed the rubbing of' his thinly thatched crown, seeming to gather courage while so doing. V 136 the . acCO Cfgo unsz to h Say the kne the pur laic f'Ladies and gentlemen," he said briskly, ffbefore We begin recitations this morning I have an announcement to make. To-morrow the .class goes on its practical investigation jaunt. Heretofore, the young ladies have been excluded from these trips, to-morrow they may accompany us if they so desire. Mr. Stevens' what can you tell us of the Jurassic period?" Mr. Stevens evidently had not recovered from that startling announcement, for he merely stated, "Well, wouldn't that jar you?" Probably a current of sympathy passed from professor to student, for the former neglected to reward this explosive answer with a ffgoose egg" as he put the question to Miss Loveman, who rippled into a nervous discourse on the culminating period of the Mesozoic era. As a Whole, the recitations were ambiguous and decidedly off color, the men inclined to be sulky, the ladies visibly excited. So unsatisfactory Was the session that the professor dismissed the class with a reprimand to come better prepared next time. "Better prepared for What, I Wonder?" growled Pete Bliss before he got fairly out the door. "Suppose he means better prepared to hear we're to drag a bunch of silly girls up hills and down canons. Huh! Not in a thousand years." UW ld 2 ' ' IH l ou n t it Jar you. exclaimed "Quiz" Stevens. "Believe you said that before, Quiz, but you must mean it, for it sure does jar us," remarked Clarence Allen. f'What puzzles me, fellows, is how the old boy got such a Weird notion into his head," and jerry Brown's looks upheld his words. "Oh, those girls have been bugs to go with us from the first. They've turned some of 'em loose on the professor and he could'nt say 'Nay, nay, Pauline,' " said chubby "Spot" Allison, Whose Senior dignity Was cultivated and hard to maintain. Mr. Lane possessed a susceptible heart along With a stratum of chivalry, and he dared to express his views. "Let the girls come if they want to. Why, it Will be jolly good fun-rather a picnic." James Miller hadn't the courage to side in with Lane, for everybody knew how Wofully Miss LoVeman's adorable eyes had him ensnaredg yet he alone refrained from lending a hand in the prompt rolling of the gallant Frank Lane. - Meantime the three co-eds implicated Were holding a victorious consultation on the steps of Morrill I-Iall. Miss Theresa Loveman's . , . . . . - . -l tl t stt : purple eyes sparkled more brightly than ever. "I-Ie's a dear, girls, a perfect dear. But I was confident he could nt rc use ra pc 1 ion wc laid on his desk." ffrhoso horrid boys, though, Tessiesi' spoke Estelle Whimsy, Scarhinsly- "ThCy'fC SO hateful abouf ifi l 'WOW Well have H 137 nasty time to-morrow." The third co-ed, pretty Cloy Bemis, irreverently remarked, "Oh, I am going to wear my new walking skirt and that lovely blue shirt waist and my chic cowboy hat and-" "Shut up, Cloy," interrupted Miss Loveman, "you had better wear your oldest respectable thingsr This isn't to be an afternoon stroll. I'd don my basket-ball suit ifI dared." Miss Whitney sniffed-"I don't care enough for those boys to fix up a bit, and I'd go now just to spite them." Wiss Whitney - was not the belle ofthe college, not even a dancing girl, so the men figured hut slightly in r- fs!'Zf.G- - -115--1475, her scheme of things. 'fl T1 ," ' . . . 5' , 'fWe shall certainly go, whatever be our motives, and, above all things, don't keep 21,151 -4 -. C, 2, . 3 -, AQYQ I' 1 'H 'if dy the expedition waiting on us to-morrow. '1'here's the last bell and I prophesv three Hukes xx ly 1 .Jr 1,' lg! '1 4 G I l . . . - Q ' , N ff, in Latin," said Miss Loveman in a matter-of-fact tone. Riff' Q' MQ lk E- -. 'i'4 , ,Jr gk X11 gf -1: -1' -1- 1 -11 ,if -if 1 P ' r fi ', 'Qf.ffQ1D-1.,,, ,' 'Ii I X '. N- -9. . . . Wyylglg ,ixgtvxixg f rjg Miss Loveman sat on a gray boulder partially screened from the sun by a grease- f'7' if I if il fir' ,Unit ' uiliigfi vi , rs'. :T aff 1 '. f"f'l!'11 lil' iis' l mi' " x '52-X W' ' . ' . ' . ff'f,t I 1 - gjyy glf if If ftwfivffffi 3 was - I. wood brush ith a stick she was prodding out small stones from the chalky ground and I f ri ilifll f I I H . . . . . u f aimlessly observxng their down-hill course and the resultant splash as they plumped into the . waters ofthe Truckee river. "You are tired, Miss Loveman, and its useless to deny it." James Miller made this assertion decidedly, though with much solici- tude, as he gazed into the gfrl's purple eyes, "Well, then, I won't deny it. It has been an awfully hard trip, and Estelle's shoe is torn nearly off her foot and Cloy tnrned her ankle, and I know those girls positively can't walk back, yet they won't give in, they're determined not to." Miss Loveman resumed the prying loo e of rocks with renewed vigor after this heart-rending avowal. Her companion let his gaze wander past those adorable eyes to the you slope of the canyon where Professor Screeds and the remainder of the expedition were busily engaged in following a strata of fossil- bearing cnalk. 138 "Miss Bemis ' seems chipper enough. She is sure gritty for a girl with a sprained ankle," said he after watching the fair geologist clamber over a rocky knoll. "Yes, but think of that terrible climb to the bridge and a six-mile walk to town! She isn' t saving herself for that as I am, and neither she nor Estelle will be equal to itg you'll see." And the wise basket-ball captain sighed dolefully. - "We boys forded the river just around the bend the last time we were up here and caught the swing train at Laughton's switch. We expected to do so this time, but-" I "Oh, yes, of course you can't do it now because the girls are along," sniffed Tessie with scorn. "Some of the boys will. You see Bliss, Allison and jerry Brown are billed for the hop to-night and have got to get baek in time," said Miller apologetically. "The social! Why, I am going, toog so is Cloy. Mercy, I never thought of that-let's start right awayf' "We could'nt make it, even now, afoot, and the train is due in about an hour," explained Miller. Miss Loveman looked skyward. The sun had shown so joyously that morning now glowered sullenly from a cloud bank resting on the Sierra's crest. The afternoon Zephyr took on a hurried air and blew brisk and cool from the north. "Oh, how disgusting it has all been," pouted the girl, emphasizing her remark with a fierce little jab at a projecting stone. Suddenly her disgust changed to curiosity, the object which had resisted the repeated assaults of her stick took on a strange form. She began to dig away the soft dirt zealously, even call- ing on Miller to assist with his geologist's pick. Together they unearthed a token of some bygone era from its bed of chalk. Miss Love- man, well posted in booklore, pronounced it the rib of a dinosaur. Mr. Miller Wasn't sure, he suggested the summoning of Professor Screeds, and the excited girl forthwith hallooed to the party down in the gully: "I found a rib! Do come and see it." This declaration brought already response from Professor Screeds, who, with the class, hurried up the hill and all circled about Miss Loveman and her wonderful discovery. ffWhat is it, professor? Do asy it's something rare and prehistoric," breathed the girl ecstatically.' "Er-now-I wouldn't care to pass judgment upon this-er--rib without due deliberation, but it assuredly is rare, it's ancient, '39 I I! I ii .PQI foo, and probably the balance of the skeleton lies buried near by." Thus did the professor pass upon Miss Loveman's find, and somehow the feeling of annoyance cherished all day long by the boys gave way to respect and perhaps a wee bit ofjealousy, for none of them had ever found anything more noteworthy from a geological standpoint than a petrified beetle. "A bully god relic, all right, Miss Loveman," said "Spot" Allison, cordially. "And say," remarked jerry Brown, "we'd best gather up our spoils and strike for home-it's growing late." 'fWhy need you hurry, Mr. Brown? Are not you going to ford the river and board the train?" sweetly interposed Miss Loveman. Brown shot Miller a wicked look. "Yes, I am. I've got a date for the social, can't miss it, y'know," he replied. ' "Even so have Miss Bemis and myself, but we cannot very well ford a river, I imagine." Brown muttered something about girls who would intrude and then kick up a rumpus. Miss Bemis was on the verge of tears and Estelle Whitney,s face paled perceptibly. It was an unpleasant moment for the entire party, and the three women began to realize that they were just a little out of place on this arduous expedition. Professor Screeds contracted his brows, he went so far as to rub his scant thatch of hair. Perhaps he felt he was to blame in permitting the young ladies' venturing on this trip. It seemed that. an inspiration always followed when Professor Screeds caressed his scalp lock. At any event, his eyes brightened as he pointed out a horseman riding down the faint trail that led to the fbrd. Three pack animals ambled seldately in the rear of this horse- man. D "Girls can you ride?" he asked, breathlessly. HW'-what, sir?" stammered Miss Bemis. . - s "Can you ride? I say, for there's a prospect of getting home by way of ford and train fbr all of us. 140 .Ny ,- Wt fe' ' Q? 1 'JS .fl 4,1 I .' I. ,f -'v I, 1 'iv x I .' 1 0 ' ', u 4. ' 1 ff, l lvl f f i .1 X54 L K if N -ei ii s V -1 A NJ WA' I: K I ! Xl ' X I lllilli' , I" ' M I I 0 fi f lx f 1 I, , QW, It 71' -I If I' 1 i 'Z - W a, if L4 Q 4 U tt .fa , , . , a ., 'ym ' 'II' -Imqifyn xl tlEfr??"f.",7f.i,,j'g,L-ifgfijl ff wiigt--Neff - '- 1 . P' ', ,F .,'n ,. ,l' V. -5 ' Init "fl,-K '11 . I , ' 1 -V' -I' I W 1 1 1 i I v u , i I i i l , X I string of cars around the curve not an eighth of a mile away. The men, Professor and all, were too strenuously engaged in their own dash for terra firma and Laughton's switch to notice the foundered pack train. ffWe are deserted! We' ll be drowned P' wailed Estelle Whitney. ' "Kick him, Stelle. kick him!hard," ordered Cloy Bemis, setting the example vigorously. "Oh dear, what awful stubborn things," cried Tessie Loveman between thwacks of dinosaur rib against donkey rib. "Twist-a the tails, senoritas? Twist--a the tail mucho hard!" shouted the Mexican wrathtillly. "Did you hear, Tessie? He says twist their tails!" shrieked Estelle. 'fl--I can't reach it," cried Tessie almost in hysterics. "Those mean, nasty boys, why don't they come back and help us. Help! Help!" screamed Cloy. Then something moved-it was Tessie's burro, and yes, Tessie had twisted and still was twisting its tail. With both hands, too, letting that prized specimen of a by-gone age whirl giddily amongst the zoth century fishes that swam the Truckee waters. They moved, but alas! That delay had wrecked the well laid plans of a speedy trip home. Wrecked it for Professor and Tessie Estelle and Cloy. "Oh, oh girls, the train is going!" cried Cloy in utter dismay. Too true, the toot-toot echoed a hundred times throughout the canon seemingly to emphasize a very bitter fact. "Professor, oh Professor, are we led?" questioned Tessie, leaping from her saddle the moment the burro struck dry ground. fflt appears so, Miss Loveman -the boys thought they could get the conductor to hold the train until you arrived, but ,--" "And they went off without us?" demanded Miss Whitney. HI told them I would wait for you-told them to delay the train for you," explained the Professor. "You wish to shield them, to make light of their cowardly desertion," .snapped the irate Miss Bemis. "Did Mr. Miller run, too?" inquired Tessie, a dangerous glitter shining in her purple eyes. "He was wet, thoroughly drenched -he would have caught his death of cold," apologized the Professor. E "And what of ourselves, Professor Screeds? Did they consider three helpless girls on three treacherous mules in mid-stream per fectly safe? Oh, it's shameful. I shall never, never speak to any of them again!" spoke Miss Loveman indignantly. 142 ' Nor IV' chorused Cloy and Estelle "So be 1t, added Proflressor Screeds Th n through chattermg teeth he proposed applylng at the adjacent Farm house for a COIIVCYHHCC ' The mlserable burros are at the SCDOTIIHS, command I go to Reno at once, smlled the gallant MCXICHD C6 You are a kmd and at thorough gentleman, s1r-but I am sure We shall not have to trouble you any more But they d1d have to trouble h1m agam, for not a Wagon of any descrlptlon was avallable at the ranch house and only one horse that he T7 would bear a saddle Th1S the Professor secured and the ladles, ungraclouslv, It IS feared, mounted the pathetlc httle burros that slowly ambled down the dusky p1ke homeward bound lt Was just at the outsklrts of Reno, and at an hour Whose lateness Was betray ed bv the myrxad stars, that a roomv sprlng wagon, ds, too drlven by a Wholesouled farmer, overtook th1S strange caravan and rescued th glrls from such an uncanny entrance 1nto c1v1l1zat1on - Dld Bhss and Brown and Alllson attend the soclal that nlght you ask? To be honest, they dxd, a fact speedxly learned by the falr TCSSIC geologlsts Andnot untll the plpe of peace Was passed around on class day dld the feud amongst the members of that exped1t1on lose any e of 1ts 1ntens1ty Even then lt almost renewed 1ts b1tterness when Spot Alhson gloomlly asserted that lf was too bad o4 hadn t been able to 1 donate a dlnosaur s r1b to the Varslty, Museum as a trophy for COm1Hg classes to behold with reverence and respect for the donators f T' ex e A1 , U K 'I . 146.85 4 fi ' W1 -- " H "P -"Iv r 1759 K 'l I . K 5 j I' N LW 421.94 1-fgalfj 'S I fff rv , Lx V K 1714 ll ful MX, I ' x WF - am PC V -f A 1 y 143 4 l ' , 1 4 I 1. K, 1 Q.. - -, u , ,4 L v. ' , V, ,L .rj l h W , fi ,V L t V 1 - 2?- :, 1 f, A .' V , , fu! V 'Nb-JA 3-5 X!N!""fX" ' .XX By A. CATON. t HE dulcent strains of music rose above the humming conversation of the throng, the yellow light ofthe electric incandescent one thing necessarv to the beauty of the scene, the dancers formed in line, the march wound in and out with gliding, sinuous Q!L:9 ' movement,-and the Senior Ball had begun. Freshmen and Sophs were there, the former rejoicing that they were one year 'H w . gleamed from the shimmering blue and red of the ball gowns, the contrast of the white and black of the evening dress lent the Q WN Q9 nearer the goal of their desire, the others beginning to taste the, as yet, almost imperceptable bitterness of the future separation from their Alma Mater. The Juniors, who were happy in thinking that so far success had crowned their efforts, still felt a vague uneasiness as they thought of the year just passed and wondered if it would not be better were they at its beginning and not its end. The Seniors paused in their merry-making as they realized that this night, when the last dancer left the hall and when the slender threads of fire in the electric bulbs would fade into darkness, they would pass out into the cool air of night and forever turn their backs on the life that for four years had been full of sorrows and happiness, but whose sorrows were now forgotten and whose happiness would always linger in their memories as a '44 .- H , I 1 -1 round, viewing the human ants in their slowly upward toiling and seeing in the patient mule prospective carrion. I ' Both theimen were dressed in brown kaki suits and wore broad sombreros and high surveyors boots-costumes, that for the heat, would be unendurable at the sea coastg but which were just comfortable up among the high peaks of the Sierra Madres. One was a beard- t s t U Wham! X . su-tiff XMW K a Oy y W X ff jffff W ff . 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The practiced eyes of the young man took in the geology of the country as they went along, and from time to time he made, but brief entries in a note book, for the canyon they were passing through proved rather uninvit- ing from a mining standpoint. However, one thing he noticed in particular was that at one time a mighty torrent must have torn its way down the canyon, for huge boulders were torn up and rounded off as by the action of water. "How much farther to the cave you were telling me of, Pedro? I am becoming rather tired. Althoughl have been tramping these mountains with you now for twenty months, I cannot yet endure fatigue as you can." "In about an hour we will be there, Senor," the guide said in perfect English, for he had piloted many an American expedition among the mountains. ffVVe will soon come out on the plateau." The plateau was broad and hemmed in on all sides by mountains. From the head of the canyon the Mexican turned almost at a right angle to the left and, following the base of a low range of hills, came presently to the large open mouth of a cave. ffWe will camp here for the night, Pedro, tomorrow we will explore the cave and then my work for the company will be finished. And then -and then, Pedro-home once more, where the prettiest and dearest girl in the world is waiting for me." They arose early in the morning and, leaving the mule picketed some yards away, entered the cave. They carried dark lanterns, a little food, and the guide had a long, slim manila rope wrapped around his body. In all his Hlty years in the mountains he was never without 146 If the h "US il bca ees or nf DOSE Imp geology s briefentri her uninvi irtieular n Canyon f YO ll D E21 DS XVI in perfe mountains almost at be finished l3l'lfCl'n59 'ff SVIIITO l a strong rope, for experience taught him that it was one of the necessary things in mountain climbing. For over an hour they traveled on i Q I . . . ' ' ' into the darkness ast the guide halted. "This 1S as far as I have ever gone," he said. "Beyond this point I have never ventured." . ' , -. ,, . , Q U . 1 "But we will have to go farther, the youth explained. "As yet the cave has revealed nothing to me. So far it is composed of lime and clay only. There is not, I think, an indication of gold anywhere and that is what I am to look for. My employers would not be at all satisfied with me, if, after my success in Chihuahua last year, I should make a failure of this trip." in The Mexican said no more, but taking a candle from hispocket and lighting it from the flame of his dark lantern, went on into the darkness that was neutralized by the shafts of light from the lanterns, but which engulfed them again from behind as they proceeded. At times he would stop and blaclfen the wall in spots with the candle flame. He intended to use these marks in finding his wav out, because large galleries opened at intervals on both sides and the course they were pursuing was so devious that without something to guide them they would be unable to retrace their steps. At noon by their watches they ate their lunch. Then they again went on. Suddenly they entered a large chamber. The very abruptness of' their entrance startled them. They advanced several hundred feet and, coming to the edge of a large body of' water, stopped. They threw the light from their lanterns far out over the water, but there was a point beyond which it would not reach, yet it revealed only water. The underground lake might be miles in extent and, to their imaginations, distorted by the wall of darkness, it seemed as if' the other shore were in another worldj The youth turned slowly around and, following the ray of light from his lantern, examined the road over which they came and then turning his eyes upward. surveyed the roofi He discovered that they were in a large ampitheatre. Far above him millions of stalactities reflected the light in many colors. They proceeded along the shore of the lake, but had to pursue a some- what erratic course, the stalagmites making it difficult to walk. As they wentalong the guide walking on ahead alternately cast the light upon the water and back again upon the land. Suddenly he paused and, peering out across the water, said, "Do you see that, Senoriw Follow- ing his gaze the youth described an object floating upon the surface of the water. The guide removed his clothing and advanced cautiously into the lake, keeping in the path of light made by the young man's.lan- tern. To his surprise the water was shallow and his progress was often blocked by stalagmites under the surface, which seemed to indicate that the Vvater had Come there long afrer the Cave had been formed. He presently reached the object, seized it and tugged at tt, but it ap- 14-7 peared to be fastened. On examining it more closely he saw that it was an Indian gourd woven of some strong material and apparently water tight. It was tied with a small rope which reached down into the shallow water. I-Ie gave a stronger pull and the rope came up bringing with it a small rock on which it had evidently been caught. ' "You see, Senor," he said, on returning to shore, ffthis is an old Indian gourd made years ago, nothing like it is made by the tribes today. I have heard my grandfather talk of the gourd-making of the Aztecs. It seems to be one of the lost arts of those ancient people. How it got there I don't know, but I do know that no one but ourselves in these days has penetrated as far as this into the cave." The youth took the gourd, examined the stone stopper, and, seeing that it was sealed by a gum or pitch that the action of the water had not injured, scraped it away with a knife and removed the stopper. The rmouth of the gourd was about two inches in diameter. I-Ie inverted the vessel and a tightly rolled piece of parchment dropped from it into his hand. I-Ie partly unrolled it and saw that words of a strange language were written upon it. The writing was very dim and appeared to have been written with yellow ochre which com- posed parts. of the stalactites that had fallen to the floor ofthe cave. . ffWell, well, Pedro, this is strange. Evidently somebody left this here as a record of a visit to this part of the cave, hoping some- one would iind, it some day. But I can't make out the writing. It is neither Spanish nor English. I wonder if it can be Aztec. We will take it and the gourd along with us and when we get back to civilization we will see 1f we can have it transalatedf' Three days passed and they were still in the cave. Aier the young geologist had finished his examination and they had decided to return to the outer world, they discovered that, in their wanderings in the large chamber, and, despite the precautions of the guide, they had lost all knowledge of their place ofentrance. As a countless number of passages led out in all directions from the ampitheatre they were at a loss to decide by which they entered and at the end of three days were no nearer the solution of the difficultynthan at first. Already they were assailed by the pangs of hunger and thirst,-thirst all the more maddening because of the lake, which continually suggested a means of satiating it, but whose waters, tainted with arsenic, contained a death-dealing monster instead of a health-giving blessing. "Senor, there is one more chance. You observed that the gourd when we discovered it was tugging slightly at the rope which anchored it. That would indicate that there is a current flowing through the lake. If this current is caused by a stream flowing' ftom the surface we may be able to follow its course to the world above. If it enters the lake under the surface of the water, then indeed our chances 14.8 lpparent T vim: the tri nf peopl the wat diamete hat wor mich co ing som NVQ: W lefldffti they h r were p ady th means pq whii fiom I ' chan are slim. Let us look for it." They followed the shore of the lake for nearly a mile when, turning a corner of the wall, which at this place rose almost abruptly from the edge of the water, the Mexican gave a cry of delight, for, on looking up, a small patch of sky Could be Seen through an opening which started at their feet and ascended by a steep incline of some two hundred feet to the surface. This opening was jagged and rocky as if torn by some mighty force ofynature. Through it flowed a small stream of water which found its way to the lake. The Mexican, more practiced in mountain-climbing than the youth, and not so fatigued from hunger and thirst, went ahead and, obtaining a fbot-hold on some irregularity on the rocky bottom, would cast back the rope to his companion. In this way they climbed to the outer air. They followed the bed of the stream until it opened into a large basin about a mile in diameter. "Why, this is an old lake-bed, Pedro. It was shallow but contained a large amount of water, and see there is the source of the stream, a small pond in its center. Years ago the lake must have broken its barriers and flowed down into the cave through the opening we just ascended, Yes, that must be right, and it explains the smooth boulders of the torrent scarred canyon. It ITILISE have overliowed sud- denly tbr some reason I cannot now see, filled the cave with water to its very roof and, passing out through the large gallery by which we entered, plunged down the canyon." "Come," said the more practical Pedro, 'flet us find a spring of pure water." as as I Pk as ak as as as fr- fr :lf The slanting rays of the afternoon sun were playing among the leaves of the willows and poplars growing on the bank of the sil- ently llowing river. Beneath their shade and on the edge of the stream a youth and maiden were sitting. The youth was talking and the pleased look in the black eyes of the girl showed that his words were dearto her. "You have kept your promise, Inez. For two 'years you have waited for me and for two years I have toiled and struggled in a tor- eign land with your sweet face ever in my memory and an inspiration for me in my darkest hours. Many a night in Mexico when I lay beneath the starry sky I thought of our last dance and the silent pressure of your hand that bade me hope. 'I ell me, Inez, are the dreams 77 . . ' p that came to me among the rocky steeps and broad plateaus of the Sierra Madres--are they to be fulfilled. And SOR her answer fell upon his ears, "Doesn't the fact that I have waited for you tell you-yes?" The sun was just sinking 149 rl ll 1 .L ll I v E It behind the snow-capped peaks of the mountains beamed a silent benediction, upon them, a fish leaped up in sportive glee from the shallow waters of the stream, and abelated linnet warbled his happy song from the branches overhead. ' The youth took a large envelope from his pocket and drew from it several pages of writing. "I told you of the manuscript I found in the gourd, Inez. This is a translation of it. took it to a noted linguist in San Francisco and had it translated. It proved to be written in one of the dialects of Old Spain., 'I will read it to you." ' I ' THE MANUSCRIPT. i . . "Anno Domini, ISZO, July 20. Little did I think when I selected this sheepskin in one of the shops of Spain that it would record ' ffl!!-' :Y My l the last days of myself and my companion, Vasco de Flores, instead 9 ,ff ill I ylafil-Iff-, ,N , , of the conquests of Cortez as I intended it should. The trip from N W' WL? I . . . . - SQ! I ,Q Spain, the landing in Mexico, the battle and the defeat' of the armv n 'l-:g1i.m 1: A ' lfixrx f : Ti . ' I .fQ',I,' of Cortez, the second battle and the fall of the City of Mexico, and FS ' wr: 1. i 511 i .. .- aaa, L y. fMff.' x I, - - . - - 1l , f'f4L , 1.'. the defeat of the forces of Montezuma will some da be a art of 7f"' ww? 4' 1 y P Tm W G! I llliv I I 21 .,2"?f.f , -- " -.: ." I I ff-1' , ' H if 'K- - - - I ,-, , ' -' "U lf L iii! i f JM!-.ffl historv so I need ive them no lace here. It was after the battle f f R77 ff at r ' fit " g P 4? ' I 1 i t f u '-f F" I "YH, ' It . I of the 7th of july that the misfortunes of myself and Vasco began. I t ef ani. X .. Q , 4 uf Q: - L f . . . . . i f, ff, f We belong to families of some prominence 1n Old Spain and, be- -Lg f-?-.. f C-l i., ff ,EZW . . '. . . i xk f f f is , f llC.V1Il that our death IS at hand, I COmm1t the history of the causes -, E V , 4 g ' kia- I . dm Qs. jf Z- S that brought it about to this piece of parchment. J, 'Z-t .fi g f' f' 1 1 pqfixft lg' "Ma 4 -M - xref' "Vasco and I became separated from the forces of Cortez , 4: --i wg 4.7 V . . Q . u gig during- the heat of battle, just after the city had fallen and, being pursued by Aztecs, had to Hee to the mountains, even dropping our weapons in our I-light. Time and again we thought we had baflled all pursuit, only to see, sooner or later, a half dozen short and stocky Indians following our trail through the rocky canyons far below us. Higher and higher we ascended the steep mountains as the sight of our relentless pursuers spurred us on, until, on the afternoon of the fourth day, we reached a plateau. We turned to the left and followed an almost indistinct trail along the base of the hills on the southern edge of ISO again, the gnawing pains of hunger have not been appeased, there is no song, no laughter, it is the quaking of the earth. Feel it tremble! But I don't care. Why should I care? Am I not nearly dead? Great blocks of stone are falling around me. Would to God they would crush me, but no, no I must preserve the parchment. O! the earthquake, theearthquake, I must flee- I cannot flee. My weakened limbs refuse to move. My withered hand can scarcely write. Vasco is crazy, crazy. See his eyes, his hair. Hear him moan and cry and pray. Why are we tortured thus? Why is it that the madre in Old Spain will never see us again, the madre so kind and so good. O! my withered heart bleeds for Vasco. His groans and tears are terrible. He rolls upon the ground, he tears his hair, he staggers like a drunken man. See! he is climbing 'up the iwall. Suicide, suicide, he will kill himself, he will throw himselr on the rocks. - Vasco and I are on a shelf several feet above the floor of the cavern. With my failing strength I could hardly climb the rough wall, but Vasco meant to commit suicide and I did not want to see him hurl his own soul to perdition. I have brought the gourd and the torch stuck in its neck. Vasco is sleeping-O God! what a shock that was, the whole roof must be falling in. It was with difficulty that I kept my place on the rock. Water is coming from somewhere, great volumes of water. I hear it rushing over the Hoor of the cavern. Now I see it, great waves ofit, splashing high, and back and forth against the wall. It is rising swihly, now it is only four feet below us. I must hurry. Vasco is awake. He is standing upon the edge of the shelf The light of insanity is shining in his eyes. He utters a low despairing cry and leaps far out into the turbulent waters. I-Ie struggles feebly and forever sinks from sight. O God! I am alone and death is certain, but not by starvation as I thought at first. But I don't care now, Idon't care, if it would onlyhurry up and come. O madre, cara madre, why should your boy die thus, away from you, alone and powerless while death creeps on. See! the 'water is creeping up the wall, only three inches and it will touch my feet. Ol the misery of it all. I am crazy, crazy-and-I must pray. . . g ANTONIO FERNAN DE CAD1z.', "The story is iinished, little girl, and it is gruesome enough. What! you are crying? Because you are thinking of how near I came to sharing the same fate? Yes, I did, and when I think of those three awful days spent in the cavern where those brave fellows met their death, it makes me shudder. Yes, God was good to Pedro and me, and perhaps the prayers of the black eyed girl at home, were the in- stincts that guided the feet of Pedro up the water-way to the old lake-bed. Come let us go, Inez, it is growing late and cool, the moon has already risen. The youth moved back and leaned against the trunk of a poplar tree, but the girl still sat on the river rbank looking wistfiilly 152 I : I .3 -f i ffg-.J I -t 1.,Q ' of so - i U ' J I""'i' slay' Zh' X 'ii isfilvif - ' 9' I i l l' ' ' I t I tina - i it it fr it it I 'D 00 . e it it ,,.t Us .ri 6 s ' L' Bags. , it W OP ,Q do - y 'Ji s... i 53 il-ft , ' 1 - Qf f e it Q 7 l i I I r B510 , . - t ,. , t f if I Q t i xv . w if ? By -I. V. COMERFORD. GN ffff 9 IVE me opium, lair opium, dreamland of the angels, paradise personified, heaven, earth, hell, everything. Give me opium and I will tell you of Don Fernando Calveriz who loved the Madonna lVIanyado, who loved opium. Give me but one taste of the drug and I will tell you the story of his love as he raved it one night in an opium dream with its ending as I witnessed it in the I Stone Pit Morgue. 'fDon Fernando, I believe, was a vaquero who haunted towns but little' and lived much among the wild flowers and in the wide plains. His knowledge of lite was varied, however, and of his past no man knew. It is strange I cannot recall more of him, I, who met him when he Hrst came to the city, I who knew him better than any living man, I who loved him with the love grown out of long associa- tion. But my memory is growing dim. The night we spent over the green absinthe and the moments of wild dreamings we spent under the influence of hasheesh, these alone burst open to my imagination with the keen pleasure or pain of the true perception. Still a train of 154 forgot the cares of life and felt the bliss of heaven. For, after he had eaten, there arose before him as in a vision the sad eyed Madonna. Her eyes gazed with a strange brightness and her smile seemed wrapt in Ia stranger sweetness. She beckoned to him and he arose. Yet, ere he could start toward her he was strangely shackled. Great and small interlocked links of brass and iron held him to the Hoor, to the walls, to the ceiling, to the very air. And she seeing this, wept, and his heart ached him to see her crying. And anger burst from his lips in accents of revenge. For a shadow took her by the hand, a hand as delicate and slender as that of Psyche. And another came and slit her throat and in a mighty goblet caught the lifeblood which dripped from her neck and shoulder. And aHer drinking they tore out her eyes which still shown with the brightness of ebony. And the darker shadow strung them on a string of gold and put them over the neck of the other and they departed. Then did the Madonna arise and, with those sightless and bleeding orbs still fixedly turned toward him, take up the bowl of blood and pour it over him. Then the chains which bound him began to melt and fade away and he cried out to her, but she had fallen and lay still as death. So he leaned over 'her and wept in the sorrow of hisheart. When he awoke he heard the lowings of his cattle. He felt the warmth of the sun. He heard the songs of the birds. All was life, activity, beauty, joy. Yet, why did his dream still haunt him and what did it mean to him? I "VVhen or where I first met Fernando or when or where we first tasted opium together, or when or where Fernando first met Ma- donna I cannot distinctly remember. Alltthat I now recall is that she loved him tenderly and gave herself, body and soul, to him, that she watched him in his illness and supported him in his afl-lictionsg that she plead with him to forego his weaknesses and to live again in the no- bility of his manhood. True, those who knew her shunned her for her wrong. The stately Madonna, it was whispered, had given up home, parental love, all for the sake of an eater of opium, and, withal, a pale American with a Spanish name and a past hid under ciouds. Still, the love of Fernando, the love of an opium fiend was as pure as the stars. He could not withstand the slurs and insults cast upon his idol. Yea, he would go away and the dreams and madnesses of these days would be oblivion. He would tear them from his heart and the Madonna would again return to her parental fold, where all would be forgiven, where all would be forgotten. He would leave the Madonna and live alone. He. could not now give up opium, the curse of his life, he must give up the Madonna, the complement ofhis soul. "Once it seems he sat under the shadows of a dreamy, tropical sky, and, as the sun dropped low, listened to the words poured into his ear, listened to the words that burned holes in his brain and enhanced the agonies of his soul. No, the Madonna would not leave him. I 156 which drove him from her and not the waywardness of his own passionate soul. "Through the streets of the city the Madonna wandered. She had hunted long and her search had been fruitless. Fernando would not be found. Had he died? No, no, she knew he lived. Still the thought of his death sent agonies through her heart. She could hunt for him and find him if it took her forever. Fernando, her Fernando, all the world could forsake him, but she would find him. Up and down through the streets of the city, in an ever endless search, she wandered. All the faces were strange to her and Don Fernando could not be found. Then she came here to the Chinese quarters and with the aid of a guide searched the opium dens. But all in vain. Yea, all in vain until one day, by bribing the guide, she was admitted to the secret den of the white opium eaters. There she found him, and I saw her press her lovely lips to his, all opium stained. Then I saw the marks of fever on her flushed features and as the guide led her away and as she sobbed silently, I followed her. For Fernando was my friend and this beautiful Spanish lady loved him well. The next day I whispered to Fernando what had happened and all the afternoon he ate no opium, though I saw he suffered much. Late in the evening a morgue wagon came with a message for him to go to the Stone Pit Morgue. I went with him for he was my friend. As we walked into the morgue Fernando saw for a third time the vision of the dark chamber, again he saw the brown drug, again the shadows Hitted through the cell and slit the throat of the Madonna and drank the life blood which dripped from her neck and shoulder. For a third time the interlocked chains bound him. I-Ie heard not the voice of the coroner asking 'Do you identify this girl?' But as he held onto the marble slab he sobbed 'Madonna, Madonna, Ihave been untrue to you.' 'Yes, yes, you have been untrue to me' she said and wept and picked up the bowl of blood. The holes in her head where eyes did once inhabit were now only bleeding holes in a skull. Yet they gazed upon him strangely as before. 'You have been untrue to me and I would have beenayour truelove. You have deserted the wine of life for the juice of the poppy. You have shunned the, true love for the false love and vainidreamings. Yet, for the third time do I pour my life blood upon you. It is the last. And as he felt its warmness pouring over his head and shoulders the bonds that chained him were loosened and he held out his arms to embrace her. But she lay cold ,and white in death, ina morgue, in a great city and among strangers. And he leaned over her body and wept. 'Yea, Madonna,' he cried, 'I have been false to you. I have shunned the wine of love for the juice of the poppy. And, as I drank its awful sweetness, as sure as its poison has filled me, I know that three times you have spilled your 158 27 QW? Q WW BKIWQQEQO X ff f,- , l , ff., gm Awww.. 41- AEM ,f .y, Q1 ff LTJ Wgwch 3,154 LRE, The Waterloo of an Old Association. WAY with the C0116 - e A 5 ge co-eds But there's no use of talking A""--A They a1WaYS Want a man. To creatures so perverse, ,h 153. Tlzeliwiu hum anfl keep 3 hunting Even if we mentioned it ' gh, VW? Q Tlll they get him 1f they can. In language much more terse. All l MU h d ia ' - Q MWF gg my pon e ear o campus . They all call her "Manzanita, ' BX W M , 1 I ' They have done a heartless thing. Some things cannot but beg ' X" of U I Wonder now they've done it, Yet 'twill always be "The Cottage" The meadow larks still sing. To you and me. I Wonder that the hull frogs, Who on summer nights do call, Haven't all got up and left them To their own "Manzanita Hall." 'Tis said it Was in summer They spilled the old champagne, And gave unto the cottage A name, a name, a name. To think that they have done it In the good old summer time, But then I hear they never sing The old sweet memoried rhyme. I don't think they'd have done it, If they felt like you and me. The tender recollections Of a day that used to he. Don't call her "lVlanzanita," Build another if you will, But let the dear old cottage Be the "Cottage on the Hill." l6l .g, .1 . J. .1 . ,P .VP ,,-. , . No we have not quite iinished, A word before we go To show you lair young ladies A thing or two we know. Because the thing has happened The scientists have found A new kind ol" creature A wandering around. In form 'tis like the hlow fly, A strong and graceful hug, Whence the Manzanita co-ed Gets the Wlanzanita Hug. if-. Z!! "WI- r fle 5521 -3. 2 : -' 'c - 1' 5-411: ' A ri' . 'sfggf -- :rgfvr-if --Wei? ' 425-" WW 1 11 4 : Z '31 :'- ' N , iQ, , U -'NI .e pane, Q --1: 1' 3 Q -53 L, ! ri ff l:l' Va M' 5 . if ,, ' Q. .,.. . l l V it 4: TO JEANETTE. A Of all the la s of basket ball , or ,, , ,. Z'Q"'5'lvElk'.'2j 'kl' L59 'fh'k 5 ff- 'ff' I fifi' ei:'i'5fi:,f-s '.',: 3 if ig The grand stand su1ts her best of all. ll f ' 'V ' fir' ".: f f' ae-.. 1 'e'1as 1': to ,fp ' ff! X ' l Qt a 'a- ' f X K , f f f TW ZA, u eslee f J D tvss ales e t lf - . 1' rf: 1' ' f 4 't .."' Q ' , . if 'tas 22551 l FQ ea- A' KT! 'e,'s'-b l't' l ,f V t t Vb,'si Q5 sl D it' "" r f ,,a-t l cr- A who ,ag :-'b Q-li 1 1' 'fn' p ' ' r 9-sv AN. ' Y ,,, QQ et ' f'--, -'::-h ,.,., :ai . A 2' -. s - . 9 F7 lf W5 ' ?7f1"wf 'f l ti? 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At heart she's Worse than Came Natlon x E D She IS a mighty charioteer ' M-W t 'Ht And many a stubborn man she's driveng , :fir She'd lead you around bv one long ear, " 3'7lr-3 :21a " 4 ' ' 162 Yvhile a smile to someone else she's gn' THE DECLINE AND FALL 0111 TH12 1e.o1as'1'1-in '1ux1s1.1-1. g!r',,.J.uL.-- Rui: M ' 1 d 1901 IQOZ mpg ,qw A 41' g I ,,- 'f - -- 73 W of ,ff .1 . 1 ft 5- Jr-2 ff ,' QR! 'A ?"T'-aa" ' A U. 'i -if 4 1 5 I 0 ff' TZ.-. 1""'2 H .4 -Q . ' A - 3 1 ,J me Q t' V e--54-'74- "Q, P A ' .- V, A i I il- W - ' - "M'1"a P I ' 'f f . K' Li 5 1 ' . 1 A 'J' "" Af - ' ' 1 2 'f-,.,,.1., I I . fe 7 xfj V":! . Q. gl .Yi A U I V 5:-:qw , 'park' . Tak ,! f- 11 . NW 'y . I 'Q-M, - Af My ! ,AI X - 'N - F.-ta '.-,i""'::, ,. -1 , ,, -- UP IN WASHINGTON. ' wi f-3 - Walter: "W1ll yo' habe a PICCC ob cle llght meat or u piece "A -f A---W-A--1 olv de dark meat?" lfjf,-'Q "Ymm- hun- :ivy unw- nanw' u. mf-." Chester Hart: "Gimme a big slice of' both." lflrq "Yr-H Frm I gm, .1 child uf' iwwr Iwrznm I ' I 1 D TI-IE RETIRED OFFICERS. Little Miss Morse said "Of course "There's nothing going in on me. "I've not been her long I "Nor swum with the throng "So how can it possibly be?" 164 COOKIE CONFIDES. "Oh yes, I write to john and I write to Loyd, too. I don't know which I like the bestg Loyd is awful nice, but I don't know him as well as I do John. Don't you know who Loyd is? Why' he was manager of the soldier's foot ball team and wore brass buttons and a sweet smile. John is very constant and will be a senator some day and he says he will take me to Washington. Loyd is much more engaging than john. Oh no, he hasn't engaged me yet. He writes nicer letters than John, but lohn's letters come from an overflowing heart. Ireally can7t decide which I like the bestg I do wish this were Utah." T' ' f x A . 52.00 PLEASE. One night an assemblage was held in a .room in a large building. Many men sat around and conversed in low tones. Sud- denl one Who was excited and Wild eyed ' l . ' t '22, Are you alcmclzf' of f ,A 5 - , 1 I f I Wi' ' I alll. .l X X xr Nj- ',f. r, ' , gif me you lrzm left N' X ZX.-5-"X i NO' xbxii Tram at ft-ni salbem ldfc rs In X N Xx 7 N X 'Vx self 'matic Sen -" 'Buc'oDrQkQ- l 'Wu , vp.. .. .'-it X l -L 1' q."!s- EI Lynx - J l-li.'.Ifi,'l Wil :" 'ffl l ' ,l, 1' "1 ,fir .T T filly 'iii ' az .. ,l' to alai A V pziik'-l' fi Q0 lr 1- - ,,,,g,j f' 'Q 1 f bgffiymw - Q ri WS-4 3--1 Y ,, 2, I If 1 -'ii' - "x'5" :5'-.es::-'::v-- - y! if. " 71" -ii - A - -Tiff! -- 'g illl' , " - ' -4'-3? --T. ar'-" - .. 1' H J.. 11-"iT U +711-4 iii A 'Q-5 T:-,, . N - I, -' ,,, +. .- U" 'Sa' ' .....,,,,-A . - A Y burst into the room munching a large piece of candy., and bringing the important news that much of that teeth destroying mixture could be obtained for the asking in another part of the building. Forthwith a mighty rush be- gan for the candy dispensary. One who had very, very much authority pursued them and Writing their names with many an im- posing flourish, in a ponderous volume, caused the mandate to go forth that two plunks would be charged for eating any such female concoction after 7:30. GUESS AGAIN JEZQX ,f 5 5 U UV' Gm Uglltgiidi Qin ugly ryjugq J ? 'N Is vary -sud. Q 5 To 529. A 'Kelly ppm' 4 Y-Sisfeq Targa E , i , But an ugly la-fee. 1 166 YE IMPORTANT MAN OF YE STAFF. Ye Business Manager, Choppie Catlyn, goeth forth with ye chest much expanded and ye eye glass on to gather ads for ye mighty publication. He wanteth ye petite and demure damsel to ac- company him, but she reiiiseth to'Twalk'ilso many blocks, and so it cometh about that he hireth ye buggy as thou seest in ye photograph. 'mrs .w. , y l Y ' ,, -fm, e, 5 if ... .. -vwv V. , , ,. 3 F ' J , ' lwwwlp V W, U ,Y , , lnhere was a young nun u.uued 'Q ,X ' W P . lfillup, ' ml . V- 1 . -,--. W , ,. - . , f 1 if ho hved over there on the 2. Q Ig ' '?"1-1nv"-- , , . I h ' fm f nuff f ' -A '-" lull-up. 5' 5 ' Q' xTQy, X Nfl? - - su. "' Hts thoughts ther were teutlet' si . , ,- :"'f' ',-- gp , :Q-is -t . ' -a L ' . .Ht ' "- . f 1 But hls Fuel-.et-lmul. slender '- " W T al-- -,, r--M-- "', . ---,,,':.4:'.......-. -- . W - 'W X ' - A he never tfuuld my .rI. hi, ' ia..- . , ,- - , ' ...---,:, f-Lil -lf' 5 -5 A A L, ,J ,7??""',.-.-,.- ' hillup. U "l'Xt' l't't'H Al ,gt-ntl Ula' Xhlljtlll lux! l dum' lwnltt' tl1mu.H -,,-R5 T XX YF Nr ,fx 'rar Hun '-RN ug PM 4. Q HIM V . , , X., Ut I ' -1,5 J - 1 .... X. . Q - jf 70551. 1 . , I . l ' l k.. . So lt came to pass that an assemblage of all the students was 73. Y fy " A , 1-'ft ktnlfx . , fa 5 Q f c called. And an assessment of S .35 was levled on each student. I f 1 f ' LQ fl l'.-t ,l . . ' -fu I 'I 1 And an edlet was g1VCl'l that the students should pax' the assessment X 'jgf-'6 f' Tdyf' Y ' ,gs ' ' . . o' 1 V , f N'--"V at the assemblage. And when the dav and the hour for the as- X U 235 5 Gt ,ON O RD - 1. -'- , , t semblage came manv of them hid in the hrush and among the :3 ESL Af, ,MMP I f- Rf-CO l ' . ' .- A -- ' ' , - t Q gravestones. So the master went forth and found them. And he E fri c..,,JifI-1.-4 tu U Xin nftqc. olugnlqx . . A A 'E Ln. . Inf: 'ark' nl! I - , bu 5 L, ei' l' li stud unto them "Come Ve and pav Your assessment." .-Xnd they E' "Hg --. -' 4, fr- . Q , V' ' ' 1 ,,. ' answered htm and said "Lo, we are broke." I ,. " 7 X0 - 25 ,L 'S'-T-1- A--1 " """ y ALFC-rr-wr 1 f-1 I ' . qu uw! If 'Jr fl f lilllt glnll I v"'. ...l .f,. ' 1 u w ll Ilglf 1- ,V lf'v' ,y iff. full RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO P. O. H. HI would that the steams that I see in my dreams ' were mine in reality. "Every cloud has a silver lining. .... 4, M .sq E fl? ,ll EAD Bvrr , fag f 'Z-,..-,,g--.ADS NX of-Nfld Qiw, E 55 1 J .-.Li IX -V-1"""""' .agil- I FORT DE LAGUNA. The greatest female stronghold at the U. of N There was a girl named Plumb, Who sat at a dance looking glum. g When asked for the reason She said 'twas the squeezin' She had before she had "kum." .- Xa x MX 2661 . 'swf- X 4 '- '.,, , ,Q .. he M . Ja " A +5 vqvwx ,vs Q f fl?" Qkff The night was cold. The Wind whistled drearily along Commercial Row and ,,,.. A -"' . 1 , the biting chill ate into the marrow-of-bone individual on the corner. I-Ie gazed with en- f 1,ii vious eyes at the sleek, Well-fed patrons of the nearby cafe. The World was cruel. Ay, very cruel and he was a victim of its cruelty. The cold drove him to desperation. A - '- ' - - 535 it 'sststf l s'il ":e Y ti'--Q stealthy plan flashed through his brain and he resolved to carry it out. Softly enter1ng g p,,e " te ,-a 1-s the Waiting room of the depot his eyes fell upon the spoil. No one was near. He 't'i , , K - VIE. 6 -Ar-, ug .K -.... ki -'v,r:y',: -ktk ggi, , 5 fr , seized it and hastened out the door. I-Iow comfortable and Warm the coat was, and the 1+ -,.l ,gy "-Q v grip-what did it contain. Conscience troubled him not and he enjoyed his splendor. ..a,,. 572 natrn .,1. 1 tssir . . ' . - t .-.. i .,.'e'-Ps i ."" ' '." But alas-not for long. The law soon placed 1tS hand upon him and the combined force X215 ..',.. mi l , ',.s .- of the six stalwart blues finally landed him in the bastile. But the law had erred for in- ttr I . . . . . , ff' tt'tt sf. f l? r:": 1 -'i" ... '.-' fi ':'i'. stead of the rightful culprit, the unoffendlug Chester fell in its clutches. I' he accompany- ' .,.. . .fi ing portrait Was secured by our War correspondent on the scene of action. '-"i Hi . n -, 'i"if' 1 ' s + 1 ..,. . , - .ff '," I N - 2'5" t.'a 1 . 'PQ' J:-H I 's't- "f'1 I il. ff 1 I . ll 4 C"g:, .. f 4 KEARNEY RAVES. s4,f Y s f - , a . A R X' 'f There are two songs I love to sing, ,, Egg-0-Q a n "Of my life they form a part, . f D, , I I ' f , "I sing them both the whole dav throu h .-.R . at ' 72 ' " 'There's a longing in my heart .-.T Y- fl ir S., D 1 A V xl ' 1 ff ! . ' . Q 'Dilip' r I fn 54k ff 'For you Lou1se,7 and 'My Princess Lou, Ill, 1 I ' ,Z 0 -if - 'x ,N if ff X t -Q ' 'f 'I do love ou" but in mv dreams Za-A .C--xx ., 17,-xc X? al" A 5 VA1, 5 y 3 ,, 'ZW I '3 J-f af- 25W ' f'It sometime seem ' :H B- ,?5 9 ,ggqig H! MR N 7 s, as if my heart ff iff? ng-af- -----jf "W ere large enough for only one of vou.' ffx sf K f deg! Q3 ' ' 5 4 -X . , HOW WE WOULD RUN THE UNIVERSITY. 1 170 hugh. 55 Lou, IDS , Y Jr you., wi N -rua 3 rss WX 0 Q W xkb QPF. Vi A AXX V K VGYN The trlals of an editor w1th his staff are not unlike those of a Latter Dax Qaint On May znd uan Brambilla Came into the Artemisia oflice hunting hunehes for the Huneh BUYGHLI. "Bramby,' went away smiling and muttering: 'flt takes the Huneh Bureau to find Om Whatls going into the Artemisiaf' Where are your hunches today, juan? Does the Bureau ever fail? hxrkxei lwom X HHNIQR NIINFN l'XXMlNXll0lN ldt IN 1 LION Nl in nude ol? XY h it 1 xx hte ron used fox in L of a mls ntl tie nt not go into tletnl ut nm s st H11 them oxer :gun L LII s S L LUIS PINSLK . , e will ' '. 1 iowexer 1 ict ' ' - I que 'tion' ' " ' ' lll power mlil e ' ' , . Q . l I 'Z N Reine, O Reine I' al' - Yet strange it seems tu ine, Whv alfa vou zilxxnvs Vfllllll your fhair liroln nine until hall past three? r pl uv -0' Un ko ILO f X RX if" F - Yi n it-., , X X iii Q ' ff .x fill'-I Q N x, I X IXIAXX N D END AKQ1' - 4 1. rn u I wmir 1: as A50LDlEUs W ..,,.,i. AND hw TH: W R 5 U muh , '-,.,,-x R N N AKD MTH THE soullins 5 A n f I "-sw...--" wit mu ELS 0 ' "H ' 'r n Tnovnwuv fn mann Au my vo 1. nu ns srw A In uncut our oo A os A . -9 I To Tn: LADT nuns: THE 6 P on sm on on THE LAND . X . Lp . Y I I I x ,' f' My 1 so-set ,JCI f f 3 i , ff- . 119 r 1,4 lr . -Qui- d.,. , + .X Am ' ' , f gg, ,-4752.-. re. in f,-,tb 5 uf "' . ' 9.1 .l T. -V1 L! 'iii ,-n.. 'gi-EI- QR ,Zfdff - 'i -ga. - t- 4 ' iii " iv.. lszfeee ' if X -is- ' -1 1223+ 5..1::E:-151, Vufeerl il, -1-hs: -,Rd fliow CAPTAIN BOYD a'or me starr'- The saddest incident of the leap year is related of a poor student of Lincoln Hall. He had been a faithful escort for the fair maids of the University for many years in the past. When leap' year came a change was noticed in him and remarked by many. One cold winter night he was found onthe cottage steps-dead! a small arrow sticking in his heart. In his handgwas found a piece of parchment on which was written the following verses. It tells it own sad story: 172 I am waiting, sadly waiting On the steps of Lincoln Hall, For some maiden, prettymaiden To invite me to the ball. I am sneezing, badly sneezing Near the willows 'tween each hall For some maiden, any maiden To invite me to the ball. I am freezing, sadly freezing And a tremhlin' at my gall, For some maiden, ugly maiden To invite me to the hall. I am dying, slowly dying No one harkens to my call, For a maiden, '04 maiden To invite me to the ball. Tell my mother, if you see her, That you saw me in my pall, For the maiden, leap -year maiden VVould'nt take me to the hall. ctazier was a virtuous lad, And never a bad habit had. But he once took to chasing, Alas, itwas clisgracing' I And the end was awfully sad.' ' .- There is a weather bureau named. I-Ieizer And no one in schoolis more wiser. I'm giving a hunch That he's a warm bunch And very much likes his Annheiser.i Miss Cazier, I sadly fear Is sometimes very tryin' I When asked to pick the next president, . She quickly said "Oh Bryan' ' QO' Brien Brambilla was a ladie's man, That's what he used to say. I But since he has his Myrtis, dear, Now all is Dun-away. There is a guy named Catlin, Who has an awful case Upon the Winsome Ollie , Of blue eyes and charming face. We,wonder if Prince. Choppie knows That when he leaves the school There'll be another fellow Aplaying Ollie'stfool. There was an athlete named Friz Who wasn't quiteqonto his biz. ' When he'd make a star play To the ladies would say, "Oh girls don't you think I'm whiz? ri No doubt-he was doing his best, At leastikhe would play with zest. When the team was up north He would swell and break forth , "Pm the blonde-haired DeWitt of the I fWest." '7+ There is a gay junior named Stark, Who loves very dearly to spark. He had quite a Snapp, , For such a small chap And he heads toward the river at dark. ' There was a young fellow- named Taylor Who fell in the hands of the jailor. It somehow appears Behind the bars he shed tears, And when he came out he was paler. Bill Thompson was seen tearing into small bits a piece of paper with the fair lVIaudie's name inscribed upon it. Some one 'asked Why he was destroying such a pretty name and he blushingly confessed 'fWell, you see, I'm going to change it soon." Barney McBride--"I Wonder ifI dare kiss you on such short acquaintance?" Ethel--"That is not where I amgen- erally kissed." ' K a L dark. l Taylor rr. aler. ring into the fair . Some g such a 'onfesscd 1angC if lfl dare 'e?" aIl1'Se"' -- ING O sing thy mellow tune, .J Meadow larks smg thy sweet song well, NS For the bull frogs will croon - Co.. fl ' ' fa Neath the lrght of the moon, In the pond down rn the dell, A sorrowful tune: ,I R "So soon-so soon A Tliiorrrrng-togg, the month of june. fl 47 l MLC 1- Farewell, happy dap'a elrl4 'tj N V -'Nr f Y fR'x"'if"--X? . . 7 fl ll MQ , Xe'-e'Hx--,R Make us forget that trme W1 C , 4,5 .N lg .97 p ,xxx . iVVhlle.wemake the beSf Of fhCSC happy days? .ig I . I li X: , RS-p- - For the songsters Wrll croon' xx, ,X ilxleat li ht of the moon, o ' X - x A Of the halls We ' A pilEHTlptune: , A R X -- -E stmkx X,w"'j -. l E X' H, "So soon-so' soon ' N A 'aLgjQ,,, Q 'Tis coming to you, the month 0f",lfUue.r , 1 5 1 " S- S' fl . ,, prmf ,I ff M.. .... , .,,,lfgrewell, happy days, .farewella , ' "" NM , -j Vl'..l.3:f .' fE,q, R i bi F 2 1- j i' g ' Qu ' 'A-lr - . f -iggfg i in 5 . 1. , -I --1 :LT 1 -ph . qi- rf ' A Qi-if-1333? 'Qlggtoe our memory, sweet meadow la F n 'LPN Nm.-ff-PM - . ,JM :fir .ff- V f t? l A . p..1f'l'f'i 1 The sad song will cling too well ' KFXQQ 'W bl fx" auf- ini" ' 'rg' lai k. . '--f'-4 - .. A ' ,V .. pf ,- al ,P Nfl' j I We ,,. R M1,:evu. Off the songsters who croon r FAN, I 'Neath the light of the moon, Of' the halls and the pond in the dell, A pitiless tune: "So soon-so soon rrk 'Tis coming to you, the month ol' plume. Farewell, happy days, farewell." .-l. v e I ,ff f- M' f x .xx xx N. N '.x x . M f il. .ne X 1 nf. X3 -1, ..,,1A'4 r -J ,f"f 4 , -'Q 'yzf f A .-,. fffffl- . ' VZ" 1-' " - ffff. IVE Q ,wiv I Jf., IV ,fr I 1 ' 'Inu 1 ,I V ., , 2401, . if A "f If A ir I N ..,f..- at .th l l WEE l HI ANS You l QQ N these Advertising columns you will find the names f b o usiness men and others of the State ol- Nevada and at 0 few outsiders who, because of their interest in the University and everything connected with it, have adver- tised with us. REMEMBER To TRADE WITH THEM! They have helped us and we ought to help them. We owe them a debt which we must pay. We must show them that our ARTEMISIAS are good advertising niediunis it' we intend to keep up the standard of our book. Some people turned us away with cold words for our book and our University. Do you want to trade with such as these? Be sure you do not, by trading only with our advertisers. The ones who rustled these advertisements pledged the word of honor of our school that the students would do their trading with the houses which support us. In order to show our appreciation ot' the advertisers' support, the first thing we should do is to go there and trade, but the credit for that is utterly lost unless we think enough olonr University, its publications and its reputation, to speak up to the salesman and tell him that his .'Xt:'i't-imista ad. brought you there to trade. TELL HIM THAT YOU SAW HIS AD. IN THE AR'I"l'1MlSlA To those classes which have yet to publish this book and to edit the Student Record, we pray you Io take these words to heart. We go away with love in our hearts for our old Alma Mater and wish to see her pnhlit-ations flourish as well as her other branches of learning, and we only regret' that our predecessor did not sound the note ol warning which we speak to you to-day. To those interested in our University, to its friends and well wtshers, we ask that you look through these columns, kindly and without prejudice, and that you trade with those whose names are inscribed herein. Mention also, if you will, that you saw their advertisements in the Ateri-zmism. Thanking you kindly for your attention, we are yours sincerely, ' 'VI-lli AR'l'l'1MlSlA. February I Professor Young presents a PICCC of gas plpe to the Mlnlng Class ON T ALK Get a Wmton or Olds Automob1le and r1de Hxbbard 8: lVIcPha1l are agents for the State of Nevada. Send for c1rculars Factory Pr1ces 31 East Second Street Reno Nevada. Telephone, Black 95. CN T Move Buv a home ln East Reno We ll help you bu1ld Lots from jgaoo up mstallments. Free VVater5 line v1evv best educatlonal pr1v1leges on the coast healthy climate Address Hibbard Sz McPhail, owners 31 East Second Street Reno Nevada Telephone Black QS You HAVE ANoTH13fR Gunss M-NV Unless vou know that there are only three States 1D the Unlon larger than Nevada, and that Reno, its metropolls W1ll be a CIIV equal to Denver ID SIZC and lmportance An lnvestment in Reno to-day may make vou r1ch and your ch1 dren TI11l1OD3.11'CS Don t delav' call up Black 95, and We will attend to it. 31 B Second Street 81 Reno, Nevada February 2 Mademolselle de Laguna prendrart une sresta - . I O a o ,I , . , . .. W J I u , 5 5 - S . 2 1 s - 1 ' 1 J L 0 V I f 2 ' , - . .Y .,. . , , . 1 1 ' m X . 0 . j 0 . , . ' ' H' av . February 3. Faculty Pictures are all in on tim e-with thc exception or' tliirtyuniic mcmlwcrs. 6 G 7 7 T H E MODEL HARRY DAVIS, Proprietor Fine Sfdliofzery, Czgczrs ana' fV0fz'0fzs Indian Novelties, Cutlery, Playing Cards, Type Writing Supplies, All Periodicals, Fashion Publications, Toilet Sets, Sporting Goods, Etc. : : : : : : : : PHONE, GREEN 313 RENO, NEVADA THE CANN DRUG CO. ...l.l1i.-XIDINCQ lDRl'CiGIS'llS . .. Bnolcs, l'nivcrsity' and l"r.lt S:.ninncrx', Kntlalts and l'lwrn Snppiics, Uni lfltixxti : : : Cor. Virginia l1llClSCl'0l1Ll Strccts, Reno Best Egzzzfpecf Drug Store in ffm State T. R. CHEATHAM, Prop. Complete Line of Fine Toilet Articles : : Homeopathic Reme- dies : : Prescription Work is Our Specialty : : Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. 136 Virginia St. Reno, Nevada R. HER7, fi BRG. lliztmontls, XY:trt'l1t-s, .lL'XKL'll'y DW Our zq xtirs cxpcricntt' cnalwlcs Us its yivr' our patron. ilu' num! n . . . - - qv intrinsic value lor thczr nmncv. Linf.-. Pin. In urtlvr. l'. - 1 Q . . . - ni butlngllll' SPUUIIN ll l5I1l'tlill'ff. 235 Virginia St. Reno, Ncvzttlzt February 4. The Fr cshman 'Valwfc lun'-. nipples. 4 I v v,.,. mp ...U-V... ' 'r -J 'll lnlllt .. .--5 .awnfl ta .. lllulw -ul... ' .:' cgi: Flliwallgil Fil 'ii s,':iiL'.g H S' in lg-' 1 F .tlfau if 1 . 1: ff- iflpllifl llfllaiiili ,1 Eli ti ..., isiigggp I 4 ' .T Q til U f:'24j5'fl Iii" A qu ,' Q. tv. A fill .1 iflrilgef iipilizl lr 'il iff init R. Ill 'i,g1! I., I , r, I, ,lil I' 'iii",, .lggglfi 'Willy 'f!"L -l lliliig 5521521 .flq ,i w' 1 felllll 'lliig flies' lim' il .: lilll' flli ,!. , l ill? .H .4 . I 5 Efliiii tiff inimi- ,..,qu DLI Y iii 4 'ru pn ir, ... ,Fri Auf., Ly: 1 1 LHB.: I 'la lllllhl iw: !1:!f,i p if .Qin Q ,lniiililiq .1 February 5. Professor Blessing is sick and his class reads the War news to him. Frank Golden evvelry Co. Dealers in' Diamonds, VVatches, Jewelry Cut Glass, Solid Silver, Plated Ware, Clocks and Optical Goods : : : Class and Frat Pins a Specialty All Our Work Guaranteed : : Eyes Examined Free Reno, Carson and Tonopah, Nevada JOHN HENDERSON, Pres. L. O. HENDERSON, Vice Pres. H. HENDERSON, Cashier C. HENDERSON, Asst. Cashier Henderfan Bzznkzhg Co. . 635. Interest Paid on Term Deposits Correspondence Solicited . . Elko, Nevada e,.. .Ep ,T Donnels Sc , A f Ni 4 3 t U, H, ,Z :T 6 C ' ' ' Q ' ,, '-1"'-""""1:"-at if f O ' irl as illillllllll BANK SALOON V' if Anil i i ' ie' Furniture De lers nd , I, iq :N 9 a a M 86 S N . E57 if , SQ, ,Q Upholsterers EYER ANOER, roprietors QW .1 x,,Q will' lllw. .16 m 4? , A-be .Eve i 22.7.5 gl . as " Mail Grders Promptly Sharp Beer. R FIDE LU.DCl1 L Attended TO cARsoN, NEVADA : ..-. P L Q? 'g K ' 'Q figcww Ncgro C 'QA v xi o X vo I 'env'-w o ,va -w io vo xjvo x j vo ig eggiegigie-QQ 1:4333 R eno, N evada February 7. The Senior Table orders a gallon of milk. A prll 19. Mme. De Laguna discovers the artist at work, and becoincs vert' much excited. REESE 81 DUNCAN PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Always at Your Service Open All Night 4, ,. A---'l'Hl:1 l'.-Xli.:XCl' Dly C0045 and C1Il77L'f ffozm New Goods Rt-vt-it-t-tl lhily : : :Wt Lftrrx the lnlfgttst Stocla, the lfint-bt Utmtlw at l wt-xt l't'tt'tw .tl Gur Motto: Accuracy, Purity, Prompt Deliverv B L, ,V ,V F' R I L, K I, hx .l, ,I. H R N 'IX 1' In K, Y Phone, Green 541. Use lt Thoma 8z Bigelow Building I I ,. . . , virginia street - - Rfffw, fvwflfffl Xfirginitt St. Reno, Newt ' PW . , G Lovelofk Commerfzal Cozfgoany A. 5. T H oM PSON . . ONLY THE .BEST Goons IN STOCK . . . x ti J Y U ---:1--f1.tg:4 :..e.,...e ' lrcticrttl il-l'.,'T't'li.lIItlE'1l', K t ll llgtt'tlx'.'.ttt ' 'O' ficnt'- l"urni-limp fri-ttla, L mil ttitnn tx ' . ' ' ... I. ,., . t .4 . .. L Slnlllllllffltu, ldltilt .Nlttrttlllts llultltlllll turf, Stir ll.ty, lvrtitti, l' tn' l't'trl Utl, K ui Of all Kinds, Dry Goods, Groceries and Lumber : : A tilt-X, l'.,mh,r, I..u-'Q' S! I H I Umm. Mil Complete Drug Stock with Competent Druggtst in Charge i Stipplit-H : : 3 Wm'-M Hklmm 'mil wt U P ' S ' h T' rlcglirio U:1tBif elVIai1lmeS Lovelocka Nevada Pioclic, Ncvutlu . . . . April zo. Mme. De l.,aguna's excitement rcttclics lever licttf. Mr. Llatfnti gillztj:-1 lu-r ll'Llf1. March 4. Miss Ada Morse gets a black eye. ' Reported by A. Caton, ARTEMISIA Reporter. WESEHSYEEIQIQIF WI by S YQ Q Q A , Q A Q . PSV QYESYEJLQ Kiwi? gr.,-3 4593? fihlffoggf DQQJEWSI , :KQXMI I, KE l HUE d S9334 A H rgindili QQ o QQ W? 452553 There 1S but one 1n the World, and Where 1n the World 5-223 EXW? is there such a place for a day's outing. Train leaves gig? SQ-QW y new ggjjg? . . . Wien? Reno every Sunday morning and back 1n the evening. ?q'Q3'4P . r 4?5g?c?'fidQ Cheap rates for the round tr1p. d ' gag i S11-QQ se c Q? fgwzise We P PWS jf T eesrxieixmhmu, ..i! no I 'cl wr' xt' tlgxoxlulvw 9101- 3 I 1 ooigxo ,lWg33I,3A t Qxrogf-,ogggnlo Zitfoudu 41003 ,x December 12. Prince "Choppie" Catlin loses his sword at guard mount. December IO. Kerby shocks Professor Scrugem by inquiring whether or not stovcpipc is cast. Gray, Reid 81 Wright Co. DryiGoods, Fancy Goods, Hats Clothing, Trunks, Ladies' Ready-To-Wear Garments We Make a Specialty of Mail Orders. Prompt Attention Virginia and First Sts., Reno, Nevada RENo M12RcAN'r1t.1a: Co. txcmtt'ott,xi'tn 18-5 Hardware, N Groceries and Provisions Crockery, 'l'inwarc and .-Xgrit'nltnr.tl liiipietiivtits, ll.ty, Butter and l'rodnt'c, liar lron, Steel, L'utnlwrlantl Coal, l.itnc, Plaster and Cctncnt 3 : : : : Commercial Row . . . RENO, Nl",l". C. H. EATON CO. -l-----DEALERS lN----- Dry Goods, Groceries, I-Iara'fware, Etc. Tinware and General Merchandise, Wagons, McCor- mack Mowers, Rakes, Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Only Best Stock Carried : : 2 ' I . . . Gardnerville, Nevada THE GOLDEN RULE Clollzivrs am! .fVlcu'.r l"ur'r1:'rlw'.r ...,, 5"'-. All Orders Protnptly .-l:- Hats, Lfatps, linrnisliilngs tclitlcti 'lin E limit:-, Sllllfh, Nc't'kxNt'zll' M. l"R.'XNK Sc CO. Virginia Street Reno, Nevada December 28. .lnan Bramlwilla makes thc girls at .-lnhurn press his t.-lmhcs. g' February 2. Willie Stark chases a cigarette in the dark night. be Pzzfave Bakery FRESH BREAD, PIES, CARES, RUNS And Cookies Always on Hand, Fresh Every Day : 3 : French, Plain and Mixed Candies : : Ice Cream and Wedding Cakes : ' ' : p : : : . PHONE, GREEN 234 ARE full information and splendid references : The Mason Reducing Valves THE WORLD'S STANDARD VALVES For automatically reducing and absolutely main- taining an even steam or air pressure. They are adapted for every need and areguaranteed to Work perfectly in every instance. Write for The Mason Regulator Co. 'w 236 .W'ffgz'f1z'a Sf. Reno, Ne-Dada 1 BOSTON, MASS., U. s. A. ' A , ' f 7 r 7 . T h e N evv Ritc h f o rd H otel EERSYRSYRSESYRSYASYRSAESYASESYRSYASYRSYASYRSASESASXAQE ibm A Q Q4? WM. RITCHFORD, Proprietor T H E IN D E N . . . Rita 2 Tables are Always Supplied with Everything the Market , , Qi, - W. W. BOOHER Ed d P SU Affords. Private Rooms for Ladies. Gents' Smoking Room Q , HOT an roprletor rig A Q DAILY AND WEEKLY GARDNERVILLE, NEVADA A Well-Equipped Livery Stable in Connection. Hay and Grain for O . 0 Elko, Nevada Sale. Drummers Furnished With rl eams at Reduced Rates. 9 S J 9 Z2 fo 'uw "o vo U o 3110 I o no 1 GI V1 Emo, 1 I vo 1 ,XQVD X9 xvijb Horses for Sale or Trade. We do Business for Cash at Cash Prices March 2. The Senior Pedagogy Class is given primary chart Work. - A ril . ' . - . - . , P 4 Kerby Plays 3 'W alfl IO Kuo step nine and gets hrell our ol me mn' WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF. . flfefff Suttf at X15 and X20 DRORIN PAPER DRORIN PENCELS FOUNTIN PENS, ERACERS TEA SQUARES CALL THEM CHEEP Fit' Guezmnteeez' Vezfue U nsurpafsed so Nebbjf Styles Good Goods WE WANT YURE TRADE 2OOV1fg1niaSt., Reno --The Peoples Store PCRTEOUS oecomrruve coMPANv - ' cffofcf x non I XR The First National Bank :ff wi. f f ' ff SR0CEHlE ,,f,wE1,z3'- .H ,ff WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA Cash Capital and Surplus, fIO0,000 The Bank will reeeiife foreign exchange, do a general banking business .-.-..-.1-OFFICERS AND DlREC'I'ORS------A-A--'A-' ------ Gso. S. NIXON, President SIBBALD, Vice President F. M. LEE, Cashier w,,,,,,,C Geo. S. Nixon, Sibbald, F. M. Lee, R. C. Moore, H. Busch C. fy, 4 'gd j l'.4rrie-s .max mv ggumls from mir slnrc rlmn lrom nw mln.-I Hllrif lll l Val! ' R. Bradley Co it April 8, 8 v. M. H. Chism srcafs C. Smirhk Baum. April zo. Catlin forgets to think of Ollie for live long minutes. David W. Rulison, D. D. s. H1 M.Rl' ,D.D.s. e et U LFRED ELsoN . . DENTISTS . . -------- x A Cigars, Tobacco, Gent's Furnishings, Notions, Cutlery A A A A xw , i l i Y v f G ig Optical Goods etc Free Employment Agency Oflice Phone, Green 24.1 Over Tassell's Store, 218 Virginia St. Importer and Jobber Res. Phone, Brown 4.51 RENO, NEVADA. ZI7 Virginia Street ' 0 0 Reno, Nevada FRANK CAMPBELL WASHOE LUNCH COUNTER i D A. JAMES cHR1sTANsoN, PROPRIETOR Vision, Veaefablssp Tebee' cos, Cigars, Candies, Etc. - ...RENO, NEVADA North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada September 23. The 'o4 Class presumes to elect the Artemisia Business Manager. They succeed and Ollie is made glad. 1 n 1 1 . 4 u A A Lincoln Hall Maxim. "Weep and you Weep aloneg laugh and it costs you 522. 8 G.W.P N G.R.o.i. W. T. SMITH COMPANY ELKO, NEVADA ..PERK1Ns 81 OLIVER.. Groceries, Hardware and Furniture Funeral Directors and Embalmers Agricultural implements, Vehicles IHONE 231 MAIN Manufacturersiof Silver Medal Flour 226-228 Sierra St. Reno, Nev. Cn nl Add'n NwCrocls Ou 0 W 'g 6 O to Y A. LIETZ COMPANY Well Selected Stock of . . . Dry Gggdgs Fancy Goods, Etc, S6'Z.67ZZLQg6'17Z.S'lL7'Zl77Z87Zf Mdf67'S House Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiery, Corsers First Class Facilities to manufacture highest grade Suits, Coats, Waists. Our Prices are as low as any of Instruments- Modem Sh0P' APPTOVCCI methods Established 1882 : : Send for Catalogue the large city stores ,: : : : : : Virginia City, Nev. MORRIS 4.22 Sacramento St., San Francisco March 18. H. Price and W. lVl. Kearney steal a pie. l May 9, II A. M. Major Thompson dismisses the lo tt li . f a a ton XI 1:10 A. M.j Major Thompson is seen walking with Miss Mattdclle Holwttrt. 9 M K iszzzfs ITER S LITE STEAM EER . .. :sig E E -- EEEEE E as gigtri VV Is the only Home Production on this mzlrket. Call for it. lt is Pura: Q and VVholesome. - - - Mattie lfrotn H ops :intl lNl:tlt Only .p+....-............-------+-K.. BOWERS' MANSION, the Old Historic Country Estate of Nevada, has been entirely reno- vated in the past two years and is novv given to public use., just the place to spend a quiet tiny with your family or friends. Excursions every Sunday. : : : : : : 'Aix-A L-fiixrfe-f -I - . . pf , 1 , 'itil' E E lillfi 1-l ' , 'f l 4 vw 1 illllm Dry Goods, Carpets, Cloaks ?0!7II Wfllllff I c"tUl'l V 5Sgg,gg!.! - 1 fssiiif. A - b 'vi Q 'Viv' "Ig l,.Ix I ' li Illqxc g Ili R I.: la R And Fdnfy G005!-5: Rehancif? 'Wrap' i Anheuser-Busuli Brewing .'Xssot'iatinn, St. l,oni:-, l'i,Y'l'.l l'atlt' iitnlllt"il . A ' G lf 5 0- TU '- Beer. l"1'ctlr:rit'ltsl1ttrg Brtzwcry, Sun -ltirw, lixport l.ug,cr "tw, P5731 Velvet GMP dr em. Beer. Agent Slums-tn Mineral Wim-r ,h ing! ,. 'il All Kid Gloves from 51 a Pair Upwards Guaranted h i H . , . , - - Q A llflai Rout SPRINGS tits: l,l'. c..'x I ti. to om. zflm. S C L L Full Xvciglit c.illilf.llllC9".l E up-" 1- . E Quill!! phone, V ' i x 5 ' H Vlflmlt,-sale llcnlct' italuif PhonC, Brown I4-3 205 Vlfglnla Sffcffff Reno Black Zlfl cy' G' BENSLH hu I A RCW, NW- lllllull Februarv I4. Brzimlsilla lails-for tlie first time- to visit "Um-lc 'l'um's Calvin." i ii December lg. Gllie and Prince, Warner Graham and Ethel Marzen and other soft hearts make love. This is true. for Fishing, Shooting, Sailing, Rowing, Swimming, Mountain Climbing and All Summer Vacation Sports, Visit This Unsurpassed Resort ......... The Railroad between Truckee and Tahoe follows the line on the Truckee River ' which makes a beautiful trip in itself' . . . . Sixteen Hours Only From San Francisco . . . . By leaving San Francisco at six in the evening, you can lunch on the magnificent lake steamers the following noon For particulars, for regular and excursion rates, apply to any Southern Pacific Ticket Agent, or to . . . .... . . D. L., BLISS, JR., Superintendent Get Supper at the New Tahoe Tavern on the return trip. Tahoe, California DOUGLAS COUNTY BANK The Troy Laundry Co. . . . OF A. JENSEN . . . RENQ, NEVADA 2 Transactin a General Bankin Business 2 'f 1 N g g fn - U Buy and Sell Exchange on the Principal Nia", 7-'Ae Modern Steam Laundry Zn the fl Cities of' the United States and Europe 71' H Sfdfe gf Nevada . . , DEPOSITS. RECEIVED . . . Telephone, Main 371 r G2l1'Ci1161'VillC, Nevada H. PRICE, University Agent April 3. The "Naught Fourn Class have a "rough house." ' April 26 CIO to 1o:1o 11. MQ. P. O'Hara studies. lizio. He retires. W li. M. GUTRIDGE ' 0 . . . l'R0l'RlE'l'OR The summer months with their heat and oppressiveness are Efk0'J fffflafditlfd :Iliff Rdlflif Lffjllol' ffollir' here. Naturally you contemplate a retreat from the turmoil of' the O city. Business onen prevents a vacation and you are denied the rest that would be so beneficial to you. With this in mind, the Southern Pacific Railroad Co. have established excursion rates to Lake Tahoe. These rates are within reach of every one, and there is no reason Why you should longer deny yourself' the holiday. These excursions Will be held every Sunday during the Summer. For further instructions see AGENT S. P. R. R. CO., Reno, Nev. Anheuser and Budweiser Beer, Old Crow, Herinimge, Llanmdinn Club, Cedar Brook, Shaw's Pure Mall and Cold Springs Vtihislries in any quantity. VVilsun lVhiski'. 'l'han's ull. Sufi Drinks of all kinds. The Finest l.inc nfl Cigars Hanidlcd in the Viiest. : : All Orders by Mail Prmnnllv .'hllL'llklL'tl 'l'n 1 I THE PA'l'RONAGl'1 Ol" 'l'Hl'1 l'l'llI.lL' IS SUl.lLfI'l'l".ID THIS BOOK WAS BOUND BY . . . Silvius 8.1 Schoenbackler Book Binders, Paper Rulers and . . Blank Book Manufacturers . . 4.23 I Street, Sacramento, California Eureka Coumfy Bzmlm o--mf: A .1 .7 xyvkv pnnu . VII I, IQO4 .1 A Q ., lzztereyf l'111'flof1 'l lim' lJfyw.v1'f.v O 'l'ran.mr1ing tl Cienura! l1'unkin.g l1'usim'.s'5 Elko, IVE-Uzlffzl . . . I2 Ofclock noony P I, O'Hara decides to pet up. fliz:-go I-. su. y. -I He still thinks- about getting np. April 27. , March 4. This is a very quiet year, very quiet. Elko Lumber Company , 9 , 5 ! Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber .. ' ,fa .141 '--- fr- Y E QNR Shingles, Doors, Windows, Mouldlngs -4125 'f T'- I i - - - , ' 59" iff:-' Coal, Lime, Bulldlng Papers, Etc., Etc. . . Elko, Nevada Reno Steam Laundry Co. AND CLEANIN G WORKS MIRAMON, lV.lANAGER---------- All Kinds of W drbiiig and Cfeezning by Experienced H eQD and Improved Mezeliinery Qpposite N.-C.-O. Depot, Reno, Nev. F W Brdiiii Ce. CSuccessor to John Taylor 85 Co.j ASSAYERS' MATERIALS ...And Scientific Laboratory Supplies... fc?-20 Spear Street, Sem Frdiieiree, Cdf. Fdfblbfi Livery E99 Feed Stable T. K. HYMERS, Proprietor ' First Class Turnouts My Specialty COMPETENT DRIVERS FURNISHED PHONE, MAIN 321 Second and Sierra Streets, Reno, Nev December 14. Choppie Catlin, Ollie's beau, guesses the Artemisia vvon't have a josh column this year. April 27- Q2 P. P. -I. O'Hara gets up. He did get up :hen fin sure P. L. FLANIGAN, JAS. DUNN, S, M, SAMPLE, ll ii P HN President Vice President Sec'v 31 l M- C M 5 W . ' H . . PARKS X1 Flanlgan W arehouse Cio. v N Y' Woo! Warehouse-Generfz! Sf07'Klg6' 'X S so P Gl',Nl',R.-Xl, Ml'fRCIl'l.'XNUlSl'i Salt, Cement, Lime, Sulphur, Paper, Coal, Flour, lite. Sole T,,H,Y,4 Agents Bain Wagons, Champion Mowers, Hollingsworth and Tiger RakeS, Deal, Troy and Staver Vehit-les QC's'iP5'if-4 Phone, Main 253 Eau Fourth sf., fem, MU. - . Wulvlsilwil, Nl'N1lllll REINHART CU. Mack Brothers Company M-A IH Xl I R" IN Deal in Everything in Dry C1oods,C1ents c'1,,m,,.m! .1l,,,.,.'4N,Hf,'A.l, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, Silks, lite. he - -4 Cirswcrivs, lslnrtlxmrv, Dry fimztl'-, isllflllblliilfj Cinmls, Uml, Iron Agents tlir XY.n:,zlgcg.nun Huh lYirr: nml l"lHll llrffs.. Wzuyuns ELKO, NEVADA Give Lu 1. 'mn Clurclncrvllle, Nev April 28. P. O'Hara has a ConHict hctwccn Spanish .mtl l"rcm'h. P IH mf ' QW. law. .iullflil 911: 1,5 lizltit "-al 'Wi !'l1l',f P f' F lllllgg ylllklh !ll'.iI?a 5iQ'l?:'2' 1 fu if lltyx' M2315 s:jll'l JI? :wil Ihiillilli .gn P iilililll -st' 'J' r,, f.r.Ilu rlgg,,FI' W tm ol' ' .jl'f!'i V, 'L ' 'j 'la V uit spill. l'IEfg1 zlpllfaj t 515:31 I l l T1 Q film 5 liliihf April 29. P. O'Hara says "I have a few ideas ofmy own." FOR AN UP-TO-DATE LINE OF ..... Men's Fms7zz'rfzz'71g Goods Virginia 81 Truckee R. R. General Oflices, Carson City, Nevada Q AND Local Vir iuia - - S. F. Local . , ' A Pass. Exgress Miles NOV' 6' IQOI' IDHHY Express Pass. .. . Fme Boots and S . aes. . . P. M. A. M' Ame 1,-M. A. MA 'kr 20 ,FS 55 0 Reno. ...., ---. 7 IO II 40 1 55 S 58 II .... - Steamboat , .... 6 41 II I3 GO To 2 35 9 24 2I ....,. Frauktown - - - 6 16 IU 44 410 I0 oo 31 ---------Carson-.... - 550 10 05 4 50 10 40 4I . ,,.. MOL111d House - 5 05 . 40 5 48 II 13 50 , ,.,.,., Gold Hill. ....... 4 3I 7 56 600 1125 52 ,. ..Virginia ....,. ,. 144 20 X7 45 - P. M A. M. Arrive Leave P. M. A. M QPPQSITE THE CAPITQL, CARSQN, NEV, I-I. M. YERINGTON, Gen. Supt. E. B. YERINGTON, G.F.8cP.A ....VIRGINIA... Lumber W 0061 and Coal Tara! Cor. C and Mill Streets VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA O. LONKEY, Prop. R. S. MEACI-IAM, Manager Gardnerville Drug Store I-I. H. N. TODD, Druggist Drugs, Medz'c'z'nes, Toilef 24fffz'cfe.v, Sm fiofzery, Czgafr, I EIC. . . . Gardnerville, Nevada April 30. Business Manager Catlin, Ollie's beau, decides to get out the contracts for the book. April 29. "Farmer" jones is puzzled whether he will have pic or putltliug tor supper. dfier the Game Celebrate Tour Vielory or D0-wn Your Sorrow ai ....... , HE W1 E oust-2 ' X 17 U T' Q 2-: Nfl: . '1g.':,,qr ::'Qn,g?'Ii,l-' l x ..f. The Largest Sporting Palace in the State : : Iilegantly lfurxuslrtrcl Suites null Single Ronin:- The Best of Everything on Hantl at All Times Spiro Franicivich, Prop. Commercial Row, Reno, Nu. H FlRALEY l s'1'UD1w:N'1's . l "' 'lftrf 'MH 'f- . . HEADQUARTERS Fon . . . lt' You NK ish Y. ltlr - Wnslmiumyg linm- Wt-ll It-ti' .4 .lf:.. .. Women, Misses and Children's R H H H H READY-To-WEAR GARMENTS Nevada Stearn I-laundry the Ciyetrggmlfeirothis is the only exclusive Cloak and Suit House in C' A. IA MB' Pmprimm phone, Red 293 204. Virginia Street 121 ll'7c'.vf 1'll.I'J'f Sfreef, lxlczm, Nt?-vfzflfz O. WF. Heizer is the author of "The lloctrf' 0fi.lUl5C"l-H- Thfoulgh-Z' m'C"5l?hl' hi' mmm Wa' ""'lm"l Wm' me "turf" ," I sr' ,gt lll, ft' . 64 Egxw 'tlrtll diw:u z,ll '. 'i 'la Whig!! '?'1s-. ill . 'vigil !il'iI'a 1 ,I I: 'ill 'Y swf .fairer Jil ll'l :I-flllll n. 'l rugglll z, lv ' l.r.llz: M I' ll' lwill 1 ' 1. 'y l.2'jlls if lil xialll. 'lily' twill! Mull , f:Qf,g?5' ' Ea! 'lull 4 rx fl If May 30. Miss Morse fully recovers from the elI'ects ofher black eye. ' A. I-I. MANMNG, President -a I I-I. M. MARTIN, Vice President WASHOE CotnvrY BANK, 'I1l'C21SL1I'Cl' C. T. BENIJIER, Secretary VV. L. Cox, Asst. Sec'y and Manager CAPITAL 1E2o0,000 Ix,4l!q oil 4.6 The Most Completely Equipped Mill on the Pacinc Coast ..... I RIVERSIDE MILL COMPANY ...MERCHANT MILLERS . .. A Manufacturers and Dealers in the Best Roller 3i". i'A1Sq': - - u- G 1 Process Flour for Family and Baker's use. : : M Meals of All Kinds. : : Grain for Feed and , Seed. : : : MIII Stuflis and Bags. : : : ' ' ApHI-latin CIO A. MQ. Choppie Catlin goes out to Pustle a bond for the Artetnisia. Emlborium April 14. Q11 A. 1v1.j. Choppie buys his baby some bon-bons, and now she,s choo-choo-chewing. T71 6 ...... is CARSON, NEV. Write for Prices on Piute and Washoe lndian Baskets, Bead Work, Etc. ' The Oberon Sporting Parlor! Milk Punches are Gur Specialty Courteous Treatment Accorded all Gur Patrons r Claw. Dreyer, Proprieior TAHOE... X Tahoe has been termed the Eden of the West, and rightly so, for no Where in the West can a more ' ' beautiful spot be found. Situated as it is, high up among the snow-clad Sierras, a more enchanting place cannot be imagined. The ozone-laden breezes that sweep down from the snowy crests bring With them the delicious perfumes of the pines. The murmur ofthe waters on the White sandy beach makes one forget all business cares and dream of the Elysian fields. Would it not be Well to take advantage of the excursion rates offered by the S. P. R. R. Company and spend a day at the lake? Candies, Chocolates, Bonbons GIVEN AWAY FREE WITH Teas, Coffees, Spices, Baking Powder' ...RT PAYS TO TRADE AT... Great 14772677.6072 frrrp0r'fz'rrg Tea Cabs. IQ COMMERCIAL ROW, RENo We sell Crockery, Chinaware, Glassware and Household Goods T April 15. f'Hi" West does the stunt at the Senior Table. if l L t . .,, . is '- 1 ,. A -1- - s .: ,-,-, , '... .41-" '- - .1 sf " "Ts: -" "f ' 1' 'zr'-:I '-Ji'-"'-111' -- A-" 12- -:ESF'.1'14JE?f-J:I"fF?..lEE52',Jf7fr--:' 1 'f' .-... .,'V!--'1- ... Qfff. .lil 'El' A - . 1 . , Q., ..::':,--.ii551igg15. 2.-11-.1g:,::15,g ,:,-...s--2 sg-' ,- ,V ,t 'rr-'-:U N-. -gggglig'-,jig ig- ji:-iiilli 1-flE5??Ulffflf1.-1- .:--'.:.-rg: - -:..., '5- .J..i' !El!"!'lfflrfpgflwninnn - V 4- .ni ff -'--- --'.--.1-s-'-,115-1 - --. . .-....::::--..:rr:::r1--..-..- ::::.:f - v- .- - -- '-:::::.::...:::-..-...xr -"M ...H ., :::.- . - 1 V' ff' 4' L 1 .. -1. . ' . f HF- "mf" ' ."?f' ' -- pf- -'l1"2"2r-122' .- -. 1f::'- ..-. .. L -... .. , ..-.. ,.-..-..--,.. :1f1.:.: .:.--mi.:1--:gasses-.5--P'feaLaffy-I -.1Wifiaiaalaeifiafiifglfs5555f'5,:f.-at ,.::.i1f: :Ji- 55:1 -Lgfa .:L".ge:-,.1w:a1ff.c1z?1't.. - A-:--A .-..- . .. .. .,, . ,.- 11:7-' .4!1.'Z:'.-:?1'?':- 'f'::,.- --1-ff -- 1-vi .f :L j5j:f1j127.2gg'.:Q',-1',1:5jq'J.q,71,r,: ,, ':' N- 4 1 :--QEFQS 'Q-:5gf.r:1j':: 5.1:::-.,5T.5:-. A gg April 17. Bertha Knemeyer finds a little boy named "Billy" and brings him home. I. ROSENBAUM .. PETE GUGNINI . .. Carries the Finest Line of' Men's Furnishng Goods r g Wz'nes, Liquors ana' Czgafs Agent for Schloss Brothers Clothes and the FHIUOUS WalkOVCr 311068 ..------ Wheli in Virginia give him a call and enjoy his genial hospitality ...Virginia City, Nev. S0206 C Sf., Up. Nafz'0na! Guard Hall G. F. Tlirrittin, Pres. M. Scheeline, ist Vice Pres. P. L. Flanigan, 2d Vice Pres. P E R H M 0 R N Eugene Howell, Cashier and Secretary ----DIRECTORS---l ' Daniel Meyer. G. F. Turrittin, M. Scheeline. R. L. Douglas, P. L. Flanigau Henry Anderson, A G. Fletcher BANK QF NEVADA PAID UP CAPITAL, g6oo,ooo . . . DEALERS IN. . . Cboice ,Groceries and Pf0fUz'sz'0m, Poultry F1'CSl1 in SCZISOII, Farm P1'OdL1CC, Etc. Accounts of banks, corporations and individuals received on favor- able terms. Interest paid on time deposits. Buy and sell exchange i on all the principal cities of the world. Safe deposit boxes for rent V1fg1H1a, Nevada Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada April 1. I Art Editor Delonchant gets angry because he is not allowed to draw a red headed girl for literary. November 1. Joe Scott goes gunning for the night Watchman. ., A ,.. ,,... . .. .,,,.,..: .:...:1 ...,,,,,. - 5 T 1 h lilly l M A' Parrot! I I ' I ' L U KE - - 355651671 O ' PIONEER BLACKSMITI-I y '1"'i"" I REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS RELIABLE All Kinds of Fishing Tackle, Ammunition and Sporting Goods . . . RENO, NEVADA 4.04. Virginia St., Reno, Nev. Nevada and PHONE, GREEN 551 STOP AT THE . . Real Estate Exchangeu.. OVERLAND H oTEL G. W. SHUTTER-COTTRELL, Manager CHAS' I- SADLEIK Pf0Pfiff0f This is the Only First Class Office of the kind inthe 3 4' State. We have the best bargains in the State or city, sl!! American and EZHA?ped7Z Pfdn county and mining property. We will build you a home, xiii!! ' lend you money, rent your house or loan your money fl FINE DINING ROOM AND GRILL. . . ' ' WIRE' WRITE OR PHONE Us ' ' ' Commercial Row and Center Streets, Opposite 242 Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada Union DCPOB Revo, Nev- lVIay Io. Farmer Jones puts on a white collar. April 15. CIZ Midnightj Willie Pearson has a night-horse TAYLOR ERos.' H. LETER... BARBER SHOP IS THE SWELLEST A A - , , ,, Renal? Leaa'z'ng Clofbierf' Yes, indeed. The Sweuest and best equipped lVIen's fhrnishing goods, hats, caps, boots, shoes, tonsorial parlors in Nevada. Baths 25 cents. Ffunks and Vallses- ASCQCY Henry HUP Tailor' Haircutting 25 cents. Shaving I5 cents ....... lllg Company, San Ffanclsco' Smifb Buz'la7z'fzg Reno, Nevada Commercial ROW ........RENO, NEVADA UN1oN BREWERY... S. E. Pitcher 85 Co., n G ' San Francisco, California 060152 Wznes Lzguom ........Art Engravers and Czgafs ................... at W Fine College, Party mm' Agent fbr Milwaukee Beer. , W edding Infvimfiom' J. L. BRAUN, Prop. Vz'fgz'm'a, Nefv. R. B. li-IAWCROFT, AGT. Reno, Nev. A ril 16. '2 P. M. Curran, his room-mate, recovers from his fri ht and crawls out from under the bed. P K 8 May 2. james C. emphatically exclaims UI never Will marry a girl." ohn inlee 81 Son Cgrlyqgyem-Se A Is our record ----- DEALERS IN 5 -X V, 0f9,ckn0w1edg -ij , ed supenority in f ' S R 4 K' A F .ff A A faves cw e an fc 72 A A A , g 5 . z e arms mags Uniforms '... X Q' and C Ali? PLUMBING AND TINNING lll-l .l to the maJor1ty 53: .1 ,.- - of Colleges in A' America Wnte , f for catalogue and .. ' 2 O Plaza St. Reno, N ev. low P11031 3dd"SS M C Lille 0 , Af' . Q Q " ,fe-A 5 FE Z5 Z1 f-. . ex -FB N ' ' - 6 A 2 .N X , 15? A-.X . ,, W, -4. 1 1 , Cf S A QQ , 1 'S S if .Q 5 'Y V , VJ 1 1 . A QA-af F AW ' . A 'zflffgis :Y Q' Q Nf'r.s1,g6N5, , -lg Aewsfifisv ,A 1 ASA iv Iivmmz A ' vw isfiwf ff Elk ' ' 'SLFQ 1' V Si3'f3ll"X.'f ' . " wgqnrf- . 'HW' " f EN 5. .ima wk- 4 Wx: :wage I '5 ' as X' -Qwfgiiu-A 'fx C1 . 4, mf, f r gd? S 2 1 ,Af A l' E ' 'Mei' - ' f + . K ' I, ,Qljj -5 V3 'QQ HE 576 ' llgl 7:5 141' 1 0 1 1 0 F? ' Aww F' 7 1 gf' f ,gg N4 , A Tl ,A W. ,1,,2,Q. . 2 A wr 5373 42114. if 'Ma-'la 'f 11 2 A 4 ig yr XSVTKS 1,1 Q: ' 1 ntlwjx g gow? r f J 'A al jg . f. ,lx ,jpg Syl , X ji' ,J O I 0 , V1 Q: is XE, r 1le'fLl1ff'Q':: Columbus, Ohio. 4 . I Q ' , 1 ' i ' ' fl - l Qi, lpl .41-.l CHAS. M. GRAHAM, Prop. A . . A T642 Fifzesf 0 Goods Sofa' Over Me Bar The Phoomgraphej THE LATEST IN PHOTOGRAPHQ NILXT TO NEVADA HOTEL GRGUPS ARE OUR SPELTALTY B2IfflC Mou I'1t31U, Nevada Sludzo Ofver the Paface Bakery, Reno, .Nevada Apr1l 22 lames C IS seen strolllng about the campus Wlth a young W1dow from Carson K i 1 ' ' - 'I - 1 T 'N - .L o - r I I O I . i I U . , f - - .,'::.q.,:-' 4 -- ----- A - g " V: , fp i Uv 5- '. --' - .-,'1g.. .:: 4:::...'::.-1?-f -- " .2, . ,f H" v'Lf"'5'?-l", m"'lf7 .lf'::l':x' 'J2"'f if 35" if-'iff-I :5"lF32l??55-iff?-:1' "-.:' :'::: 1 i ' . Al, ::--'In ::::il:?r3E1l.'i21E?f?'Ei-2:53:l2'.igllg:3a:.i- ' lifgliglllzfglf 15 f":JZ7:5l" -"7lT?l"ll7':'5'::E'lr1:'?:-3' -'-l " 4"l.,l:l::::'f:'5"P': lf l - - -. ....,. - ,... .tu he '11::'..'2:1 ."':' ' ::'tz'iZ11T. 'ff Q. iii??354'1':L:5:Lg5::-Z4f".lF:-Zfliili'-:,.:L V "A' ' '75 nfl 2: :: 1-:rrfr.q1:.: :Q 'z'--. -I 'WT' "ff 7 '. ., ' ,5: ' 'fr F --'f' - f F5701 1'-'1' ef' H fwfu- wg 1.g .-:gW'g'.:b:2 151-55f1'4-15fi1gLjL May 5. F. P. Thompson gets over being lonesome. CI-IAS. L. KITZMEYER Sc RAYCRAFT t The Leading Druggijl Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Horses Boarded by the Day or - A Week or Month at Reasonable prices A I CARSON, NEVADA CARSON AND GENOA, NEVADA J. E. RICHARDSON A. LIVINGSTON Manufacturer of Fine Candies, Ice Cream and Soda Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Be sure and give him Water Ices a call when in Carson SCARSON, NEVADA CARSON, NEVADA E. DWYER Sc CO. ROBISON Sc WILI Dl 'Clh',G 'F'h' Gd,H dC, . .. . ea ers In Ot mg FMS mm? Big OO S ms an aps Grocerzes, Profuzszons and General Merclaandzse and Men s and Boys Fine Clothes A A ' .... VIRGINIA, NEVADA ' SPARKS, NEVADA ' l The Magnolia Saloon H' ROSENBROCLPWP3 G. S. GARCIA ELKO' NEVADA Wines, Whisky, Brandy, Beer and Cigars Silver Mounted Bits and Spurs, Harness and Saddles Everything ofthe Very Best Chapparells, Fancy Leather Pocketbooks, Belts, etc. County Building CARSQN, NEVADA Will exhibit afgooo Silver and Gold Mounted Saddle at Wolds Fair May 4 QNoonj. The mining and mechanic students argue as so the relative merits of their professors May 6. Patsy Nathan begins to inquire if all Artemisia copy is in. F. W. DAY Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Gents' Furnishings, Carpets Linoleum, Etc. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. ANDY TODD Choice Wines, Ligubfs and Czgars CARSON, NEVADA' JACOB MULLER Hair Dressing and Bathing Emporium and Tonsorial Parlors Agent for the Buckeye Steam Bath Cabinet Opposite the Capitol CARSON, NEV. s. JACOBS Sc soN Clothier and Leading Gents' Furnisher. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Trunks, etc. Agents for M. C. Lilley 85 Co. Uniforms COMMERCIAL ROW RENO, NEV. DON'T FORGET THE EXCURSIONS TO LAKE TAHOE THIS SUMMER .............. AMERICAN BAKERY DRYSDALE 5. DIEDERICH, Props. 112 South C Street Bread Cakes and Confectionery. VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA. COMMERCIAL HOTEL s. M. HENLEY, Mgr. to The Horton CO GENERAL MERCHANDISE BATTLE MOUNTAIN, NEV. First Class. Special Accommodations for Commercial Travelers ELKO, NEVADA. ....The Pioneer Boot and Shoe Maker H' F' Pavola Repairing a Specialty 31 COMMERCIAL ROW, RENO May 8. "Jack" Hand sees a joke which is going into the Artemisia and loses a box of candy. May 2. Juan Brambilla gets a live hunch about what is going into the Artemisia Nevada Cycle Sc Manufacturing Co. MANHEIM'S MANUFACTURERS OF NEVADA BICYCLE Candy and Ire Cream! Aim Ffowers Renting : Repairing : Enameling : Sundries C I8 West Second Shree! Reno, N efuezdez RENO, NEVADA College Gowns and Caps DAVE CASPER A The Best Workmanship at Lowest Prices Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Silk Faculty Gowns and Hoods Caps, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Notions, Etc. . . if W V5 1. Cox Som if Vznzng, exile fifve. New Terk ' 3 549" ELKO, NEVADA gi f ff Walk-Over" and ff Sorosisu F, C, SAVAGE "U :-,, t i Sh -W ' h W ld A d, . , , l , - O68 Pm t C or mum 33 SO Sanitary Plumbing, House Heating, Pipe, Pump and Water Back I CLEATQRJQEXTER CQ. Work. Sewers Laid. Plans and Estimates Furnished. g m., 237 Virginia Street I Reno, Nevada RENO, NEVADA ' SIDNEY C. FOSTER MOTT'S BAZAAR Tuxedo Suits designed by Foster command admiration at the theater, g STATIONERY small dinners, .stag parties and other informal dress affairs .T--1.---.+..-: Quinn Building, Virginia St. I RENO, NEVADA 128 VIRGINIA ST., RENO, NEV. May 3. Phil O'Hara appears on the drill grounds-for drill. May 2. Caton,..La-ura Arnot's favorite decides to take anti-fat. QHanded in by Choppie Catlin.j C. A. Cqjin, D. D. S. Dr. F. P. Quinn, D. D. S. A. C. Sfeckle, M. D. Dr. C.fHenne.f.vy, i DEM-IST . 0 . . DENTIST. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON D- D- S- Ofiice overs Brookins' Store. I . , , , Oflice-Over Farmers and Mer- QWHRCEOVCI Farmers eee Mer- Hours 9 to I2 a. m. I to 5 p. m. CH-ice-234 Vlrgmm Street 'chants Bank. C egts ana 121026 Mam 5035 resi ence, ac I 1. ' Reno, Nevada ' Reno, Nevada ..f..tReno,-Q Nevada ,.H,,Ren0, Nevada O667e071 B0'wfZ'7Zg LQN CHEEK, prop, UNDER BANK OF NEVADA. Rosenthal Hrmaaio 'Dealers in Cigeferefre' bacco, Etc. Magazines and Periodicals. News stand in connection. Virginia St. Reno Samuel Platt, J. Steinmetz, A Finest line of Drugs, Toilet Frank Sullivan, Dr. Pickard, 'M-. D. Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Cigars, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Articles and photo Supplies in Cigarettes, Etc. Q PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Carson. Carson, Nevada Carson, Nevada. Virginia City, Nevada .... Virginia, Nev. Nevada Mz'aera! Paint C 0. Mineral Paine in Eaferprzlve Gfocefjf Cerner Mill and High Streets V all Colors..,. I A. P. Lakoux, Prop. Factory opposite The Mint. Carson, Nevada CHOICE GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS J. M. Davis, The Crystal, A. M. Cole, D C. W. Friend, gfgessciejyghggsicle Aaiegt Fine line of Win.es, Liquors and . DRUGGIST Watch t Maker, . Jeweler and- , and Cigars. Qptician, aminer. Virginia, Nevada C. A. AHERN Virginia South C St. ' Virginia, Nev Carson, .Nevada May 5. Q6 A. MJ The Freshmen and Sophs have a little- parade, but they take good 'care that no one gets hurt. 1 , Maya 9. O. F. Heizer enquires about the coming Carson Carnival. ' H. E. Stewart, Leishman 81 Hummel, C. F. Moore, D. D. S. George Fee, M. D., . C PY Q E ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW .DENTIST OEPHYSIEIAN YND SURGEON . IT KURV YOR , ce- ew' nvestment Bldg. - D. Leishman N. A. Hummel Rooms 5 and 6 Bank of Nevada West 2nd St. Phone Main 281 ' ...Reno, Nevada Reno, Nev. Wadsworth I Reno, - Nevada. .... Reno, Nevada ' U7 I Notary Public ' , PLUMBERS AND TTNNERS H' A, dfalonnn U. S. Commissioner 8579 S072 We have a fine line of stoves, ranges, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW - Reno, Nevada tinware, granite. Plumbers and Tinner's Material. Reno, Nev Winnemucca Hotel Cheney,Massey8z Smith W. H. Hood, M. D. H. Drips, D. GIROUX, Prop. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON U. S. D. M. S. Winnemucca, Nevada .... Reno, Nevada A Reno, Nevada. .... Reno, Nevada K s m LABEL 0. ' R. B. HAWCROFT BOOK AND COMMERCIAL PRINTER I Bank of Nevada Building, Reno, Nev. Efflze IQ04 drlemisia is ai Sczmpfe of our work. ' May IO. Ye deserving ones begin to get nervousabout ye josh columns. -.-n..4q- 9 mf -ak H x uw-.+ .-. -gunz,-1-.v' 9'3- y- R ku uk ian., 1. n IVSJI f if 251 , 1 .,. .gf 1:1657 'i'uin72 ' xjiiiif fi!!! 5553: iifzfff f"'.!.'! VI Es!- 'i' fiii' -urn .lslbllrl Zgqlgr 1 .I I re 'ui as .iiii is re-ii sis' .X Vllf' llla iilfiiili FS.. Shi K I P -1 1 r 1 1 I -w nr I I . 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