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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

course, as proposed by Professor Osmond , the trustees have supp lied a long. felt want. -Many of the students of the college had contemplated leaving the institution on account of the inability to obtain the desired knowled ge of physics and electricity, but now we are not onl y assured of retaining these stu dents , but feel _confiden ~ of an inflow of new_- stud ents , who otherwise would never have considered the advisability of ‘attending the _cOllege. Electrical engineers are in demand , as the electrical world is an ever widening field , and Pennsy lvania State College, throug h the able instruction of Professor Osmond , expects to send forth some coml)etent wor kers to this field. A COLLEGE paper without the ft whole and un _d ivided support of the _stud ents is as a partition with’ in_, ~ secure props , and we are sorr y that we have to make allusions to the effect that our jo urnal has not receive _d this _ful and undivided support. Pecuniaril y, this paper has no cause to...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

THE OLD TRAMP. - [MR. EDI’l’oR The dedk_,ation of this _POCIfl ~ _pur _~_ose _~ y omitted here. _I have , however , made arrangements to have it printed on ~ val lpaper , and will be able to suppl y any of my friends—lovers of the sad and pathetic——b y the bo lt , half bolt or yard. Yours _truly , TUE AUTHOR .] _I _fo u _nt , it m’l iymuue to tluttt _di uuui—brolco t-ntiu’lst \Vt _uu _its lomug tim Ito lives wIll l’iutuu mi _IV unite "_d _iod _e’’ is lilt pm’l , _nit littil tu’oiiitiut’e _, Wtioi’o _uuiglu t- ovt’i’ttilces _h I _m , _liomu _in, _%i’Iioso _huh ’ is tin ily _uiet _, ~ _lot ’tu’ul _, _\Vluuiso (dOt-li St uti’o _u_’_uu ~ _go_4 tail tlu lit , _Auuu i ts’Iii , tithes _ii _~~ utuutli in tin’ _stti t _louu ’liu _,_tutit _, _\_Vlio ti t _he "_oop pe’i"’ i’iiuim _lu imu _t tuu, \V _hut lutit’t of t _IC eo _~ umutu’y _huismi ’t It_,’ _s ~ u’uu _, _Wluuit great umitiul _Imi _,_mui ’t hue itiet _- _IV lint stol’y worthy i’euuioiuihu i’utui _eo _IVius lie cs’ei’ kmuuiut’uu to foi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

A FE W WORDS ON THE CONDITION OF LABOR. The conflict bet ~ veer capital and labor is increasing instead of dimin ishing, an d we dou bt whether the ‘‘ line of procedure ‘‘ adopted by these two classes will result in bring ing about a better understanding of their differences . The laboring class has been outrageousl y imposed tIJ)Ofl by capital , but has not labor imposed U ~~Ofl labor? Let us proceed ,to cons ider this interrogation . Granting that leg islation has favored monopol y and that through leg islation the laboring _peop le may be gre_7u l ’ y relieved of some of the burdens they now carry, nevertheless there are other remedies , not less effect ive. While the organ _i ~ ing of the laboring _peop le is essential to their welfare , yet the individual laborei’ must think and economize for himself , There are many difficu lties which can be overcome , in no other way, than by the united efforts of the laborers. ,There is no doubt but that public opinion , a weapon so needful...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

lead will be, leaders , and if they are not conscientious _persoiis they will lead to the detriment of t heir followers. \Vith clue rever ence for the Kni ghts of Labor , an organization whose object is’ a grand one , per mit us to’ say what we know to be true , -t hat there are organizations controlled by _persoi ~ s who do not _d o , nor never did , an honest day ’s work in their -lives , but who have the tact of magnif y ing the faults of the capitalist and leaving the impres sion that they are tile real kni ghts in the cause of labor, The position which women hold on this question is an important one. We believe that there is nO other power save the po wer of God Himself which can accomp lish more good than that of woman. Let us beseech her to manifest more interest , not in public alone , but ill her home also , upo n this questiohl , ins tead of try ing to crawl into her brother ’s _pal ~ ts and preach woman suffrage. A convention of women whose object would be to find out the...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

tilat tinder tile existii lg condition the nlan—agers, with their extensive experience with workmen , could have _Iloped , even much less have cxpected , to succeed ill their desi gn _WitllOti t precipi—tati _hi g a strugg le. They understood well the i’tile that hi gh prices for coal broug ht high wages, and before their eyes was the clisastrous experience of the Lehi gh Conlpany. Yet apparentl y they jeopardized deliberatel y tile~~ TOSper ity of their company, and of infinitel y greater importance , the ri ghts audi happ iness of ‘thous _ailds of homes. Incredible as it may seem , the _collciusioll seems forced upon us that they foh’esaw the result from , tile be ginning and intended to make it the pretext to combine with the other anthracite coal companies to arbitraril y fix ~ uldl cohltro i tile wages throughout tile coal reg ions , just as they have hitherto combined to arbitrari l y fix the selling price of coal. _‘l’his view is _strell _gthene d by the refusal of tile manag...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

change , in the ri gilt direction , in last year ’s drill compared with former years. During the coming spring we anticipate more earilestilesS on the part of til e cadets , ju d ging from the manner ill which the new cadets performed last fall. We all feel grateful t ~ our worth y Commandant (Lieutenant S. S. Pague) for his interesting work ill our behalf. * * * We notice in one of tile prominent college papers of Penna , ‘‘ A letter ’’ from "Pandemonium , Shad y Side. " The author mu ~ t have been affected by delirancy, or imagined himself _lvrit ing for a "yellow backed" novel , The piece, to say the best of it , is unfit for publication in a _Paper to the public in general , and less fit for publication in a college paper . The fo_1_io ~ viIlg remarks we quote verbatim. ‘‘A person ’s i)usiness here is decided by his life on earth. For instance , t ile man who coined the word ‘‘ chestn u t ’’ has to haul Rider Haggard’s imagination UI) ai’i in cliiled skating rink by means of a K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

THE CHILDREN ’S ANGELS The Muster thid us about them , Or else we siiould not _h ave _knowm i Of’ t _h e g.m’eitt , glad cluilclm’en ’ _s angels W _h o stand _fuum ’ th em noun the thmiu n _c . _‘l’hme futcc cit t _h e _Houuvem _ul y F_,_ithuer , _Thm eir uimigels _iil ~ _vuty s _behuolci _‘l’}_iey hive in _1_._1 mlbI’okel u visi on , Afiur lfl tile City (if _gold . Th _ou ’ beautif u l brows are lifted , _,_Evermn_,ure in _clmv _~ ._zlimu g sigh t _- Of thue _Fttthuer ’_s unseen glory , his umiitppm’oachabhe lighi t, Yet 1-[is _imieth_’ tbhe bu’ightiiess i)oos not bli nd , but fills th em still _‘%Vithm _h i gh er _l’nptuire _s of service , Swceteu’ _wium ’stuip of’ I-his will. _‘J’iiese stm’omug, glaul , _~ s’om’ , _~ h ippu mug a Wit,, _dwel tin ex cess of li ght , Lu _ves u _eumel u s _u m _un demur _I it-tIe (_tuil ’thi’ cit ihd Amid cities _fi_,i’ iiim n duty _mi iu _d _mui ghit. - ‘We ean muot kn ow hi ow _th ey _Ito h iu _lii _, ~ _- _Ntm r what the _uuiy ste _riuuu ms tic_’...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

LOCALS. —M ore silOs’_. _, _’ . — Leap year slei ghing partic s. — Taff y on John And y ’s string. —_-—Ho for anoti’ler ‘‘ stag ’’ dance. _— —J. F. l ~ . Morris is also a Philadel phian . — Leap year parties are all the rage now , —Girls growing desperate—so ‘‘the Dick y birds say. ’’ —We _hadi ly need ai ~ afternoon mail to Belie—fonte . —Milk toast of the Keystone ciub— " Here to the_~ _uim _p_. _’’ —Tile "Keysto lle Club’ ’ now has sixteen boa rders. —The new vaulting horse has been put in the gyfllilasitinl . — _‘_I he juniors have begull individual work in physic practic ism. — Nearl y all of our students have become expert electricians. — Annie Kessler contemplates a trip to _Cah i—fo rn ia in til e far future. —‘I’he rad iatoi ’ in t _h e Cresson reading room has been nicel y gilded. —-Prof. McKee is recovering from a severe attack of _ii ervous prostration. —Ask Joe Patterson where he got that artificial rose bud he wears on tile iappel of his coat. —Owing to Prof . McKee ’s...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

—M. D. Snyd er ’s delivery-man relie ved him of a considerable amount of money tile other (lay. Although he did not have enough to take him to Canada , there was a sufficient amount with which to have a good time for a few days. —C, Musser , a member of tile special _cheun. class, was compelled to leave college for his home on Monday last. Charley has been troubled with his leg for some time , Ilaving -received a very severe sprain while he was playing foot_.hall last fall-. —Girls , take time by the fore-lock; do not let your golden opportunities slip by unnoticed , this may i)e the last chance that some of you will have. If you have not decided , do so immediately and never mind the maxiunl , "Look before you leap. " - —At the last meeting of the Cresson Literary Society the following officers were elected : President , G. A. Beaver ; Vice President , A. A. Patterson ; Critic , G. R. Meek ; Rec , Sec., P. G. Gossier ; Cor. Sec., Miss Hartswick; Editors Miss Noyes and Shields, _- •...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

—Gi lkey ’s novel on "Electric Bobb y, ’’ which has just gone to _i ress embraces 6 ch apters ~ Til e names of the respective _cllapter _s are : I _cllap . ‘‘Bobb y ’s Boy hood’’ _II chap. ‘‘Bobby j tist shows sigIls ofh is great talent ,’’ _III chap. ‘‘The little tin engine. ’’ _IV _chap ~ ‘‘Bobi)y ill the gymna siun l .’’ V chap. "Bobby invents several electrical toys. ’’ VI chap. ‘‘A cent ’s worth of shoe oil, ’’ —I ll our new assistant ill tile Ph ysical Laboratory, _Mi_’. George C. McKee , _thu ~ _Jtlllio r _s will have an ab le ins _tructpr , and _l’rof . Osnlond an accommodating amI d efficient associate . TIl e j _unl iors should feel proud of a selection so much to their advantage , aild tile Seniors will ~ ertain iy feel honored by Ilaving one of tileir number pronloted to such an important position. —A second ‘battle of Bunker Hill was foug ht on last Saturday nig ht , on tile hill just Opposite the college _groullds , know by that name , i)etween the forces ari’ayecl by ...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

—H arry White , one of our very popular freshmen , is now at his home in Milroy , _- wilere he wil l remain for an indefinite time because of very ser-Lous trouble with his hip. —Charles Mtisser was obli ged to return _Ilome the first of this month on account ofti sprained knee. He was injured wilile exercising on the foot-ball grounds last fail. - —Prof. James McKee has l)een very ill wit _il typ hoid fever for the past three weeks. During his ill _n ess Prof. 1-feston has hlad charge of his class _10 mental aild moral scieilce. _- ‘85—Duga ld C. Jackson ‘ was qn a business tri p through Minne sota and Dakota about the time of the great blizzards in that country, and had the misfortune - to be caught ill _olle. _- ——Mark Baldwin will visit us next summer, This we hope ~ vi _il be some iildtlcenleilt for- some of our _yOull g pitchers to practice so as to be able to g ive him a few points when he comes. The following Professors have given addresses latel y. Prof. _Arinsb ~ before th...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

Governor Foraker , of Ohio , recellti y made tile following statement before an assemblage of college students : _"I would rather be a Sop homore at college than Governor of Ohio. ’’ The following is the Fresllman yell at _\-Villialll s : Hella-ba -loo-wh oo-r _ah ; Heila-ba-hoo . whoo 1-all ; whoo rah-ra Moa-kai-enon .a.konta; I-wallt-to-go -hlonle-boo -lloo ; Main-ma , Pa-Pa mia-k ai-e-n on .a-kon -ta_, _——_- Oe_, ’c / _denl. EXcHANGE._- —— The La/ ~ yelle is in its late issue especiall y attractive in its home department. ——The Press and Printer , devoted to tile interest of newspaper and kindred trades , has come and earned a welcome. —TIl e obli gation we owe to The P _ennsyf van_/_on for its supp l y of college news compels us to say again that in its ilCws department it _eXcels. —The article , ‘‘Trials of X ’intippe ,’’ in the University cynic deserves mention a ~ belong _ill g to tile class of literature in college papers called unique and interesting. —The _Fij i Si ~ r_,_n...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

NO _18 NOR Til AT ~ _LEOtI _1INY _tIP., _Teiophi ouio _lii stole , J_1_itr_,_u _~~ o_,p ~ PA

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

STATE COLLEGE , PENN A A f u l l li_,ze of SUITINGS and TRO USER/MG Ill t h e _t _,_ult_(’U _5_)_0 _11_,_5 _111111 _Sululol ot’ Style-s. _111113_’ piece tt’iiel’O _iii lb _sut tistititinit _01111 _ito _1111_(_1 In to hi _itnt -y _tIhl it _’ Ot’lllS_, _Ai,_i,-1_iVoo _. 1’AN’J’$, _i _~ 46 00. - - Siit’m , _~ i1S _Ott , _‘G—r , --izWI_5 OfliflS ITS THE FOSTFU _13_UILnI N4 ~~~~~~~~~~ M. D. SNYDER I EALE _I_1 _IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Notious, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, PL4Ot7 B ~ ~~~~ I ~ TD P ~~~~~ D STATE CO LLEGE , PA. DR. W. S. GLENN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON o—STA TE COLLEGE, PA,—o SAMUEL LEWIN :— _- _]_3_IiLLlti L’4)_TSTE, I’_%_. 1YIell’ , Boy’s, _all CM1th-ieu’s C1_othill ri—A _II _Woor ~ (ioons _ar LOSS’IiS’I’ _PI {i_(’Ilit .—O tIc sl um to git’o _(IS _II _(‘_Ill _I - _~ ~ ) ~ ~ ~

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

WI L. FOSTER State College and Lemont , P a., - 1)EALER IN DRY * GOODS GBOC EPIES Har re, Ta 1o au Pocket Cutlery DRUGS , MEDICINES , PAINTS , OILS , Dried Fr uitN and Ga rden Seeds —FLO_1_IIt AND Fi Ei). — hoice Goods at Moderate Prices AU-FHAMMER & EVANS Ha!!e s & Men ’s Furn ishers NO. 6108 PENN AVENU E , _15 _15_,, ( Mot’ellnnd’_rs_,_illook_,) I’ITrSIs _UEGII _, I’ _,I ~ ~ ~~ ~

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

J . OIL _NH _OIL F, _Iioii’ ~ ._S_’_ti ,_ijtict"_s _~ S’euu’c, State _coIieg _~ e, _i_’ _s_., _Ooiit _Fbi _I l _u g it _sIueoit_,_l t-y . FOR FINE DRUGS MEDICINES . —AND—- TOILET ARTICLES —GO TO—- Bayard’s _IN. _‘Ward Drug Stoi’o _I iiuive the Finest Lluie of Fancy Goods in Bellefonte. WALTER W BAYARD. NO _18 NOR Til AT ~ _LEOtI _1INY _tIP., _uio _lii stole _1_itr

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

GREEN ’S PH RM 1 CY [ I3USH 1-lOUSE BLOCK ,] BELLEFONTE , PA l’bie ()b_,_lest , Lau’gest- ,_itd _1 ~ _ei_,_t _iiuig DlttJG I-II:_IUSIT _lii _Coiuti’ ’ Co _otlit Mn’l’I ’O Is PURE GOODS I J FAIR PRICES 3_E ~ ’_1’Iie l’t’eneu’Iptiou BusIness _,t specialty C. B. SCHAFFER -& SONS MERCHANT - TAILORS ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~ _~

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

ADVERTISEMENTS _- _-~ , _____ J Headquarters for the Students of th - - _____ L Pennsylvania State College. Grand , Square and Upright _- N w BR 00K ERHOFF ~ Fy’_/_y Yea_,s Bef ore the P _ith/i c. Upon _th _ou ’ excelionce _0_)_000 _IIILVO _it tt _ahuueul an BELLEFONTE , PA. UN _PUH ( J _1_lA _SI I) _I’U _- E — E M I N E N _C E Wit to-it estitbi tstieH thu em _05 _11110(1 naIled _lii TON _S. _WOftX_8_IaN SHIP awn 1)U _1_LAHILITY. _(_h iti Ftf lh Avenue , New Yot’k. r GEO. B. BRANDON , PR OPRIETOR ~ _Va nintoogs : < _Nos, 22— _~ i4 _15 _liiil t _lui uo u’e St., _fluLI tiuitoi’e _7_ttul _, - No. 817 P_,_tuu ’ket Splice , _Wuis _lutut gtoi i , _P. C. _______________________ _______ IIc 11 ~~ r ~~~ _flr i _gb_.t _l3r, --:--Surveying Instrument ~ anufacturera ,--:--Rid ge Ave. & Spring Garden St., Phil a ., Pa. ~~~~~M 4~~~ _II_. _IL ’_s lu _,stt ’uimcnts _1110 _u se-ti lou’ putipo ses of _tuis _tt ’uct ,to _n at ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cot _utuultitt Cot _tc ge, (Se-lion! of _B lute...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

STATE COLLEGE ’HOTE L.M S_. S. GRIE B, PROPRIETOR _, Excellent Accommodations ~~ Terms Moderate . ~~

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1888

T tYTWIN ’ Civil ERg _~ ieer ’ s Pocket Book NEW(_18u 1 7) EDITIONNO W READ Y. _JOh N WILE Y & SONS _? iuw _Yottus . E. & F. N, SPON , _L_0T’i t) )N

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