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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1901)
THE DAILY NEBJtASKAN.
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LOCAL ANiy PERSONAL
Eat nt Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Pine fr, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Get your Uni. pin at the Co-Op.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So 12th.
Don Cameron lunch counter, 114 S.ll.
Dr. Woodward, occullat, Richards
0, H. Ransom returns to the Uni
versity. Roy Sflhlck, law01, 18 practicing law
a Seward, feb.
Why not take your baths at Chris',
11th and P streets.
We buy, exchange or sell books on
commission. The Co-Op. I
Visit Qco. Constancor's five chair
barber shop, 1010 O street.
Charles Stewart Is principle of ths
High school at Humphrey, Neb.
Blackman accompanied Chas. Rains
back to Northwestern Medical..
Are you looking for second
books. All kinds at the Co-Op.
The Misses Burruls gave a breakfast
to PI Beta Phi Tuesday morning.
George Shcdd will take Harry Shedd's
position as Instructor In English.
Register first, then "talk with .Jud-
" '"wlBbouryonrbTotfies. "T03TO St. '
Miss Barker of Portland, Oregon, is
In the city seeing her Kappa sisters.
Phi Kappa Psl are moving into their
new chapter house, corner 15th and
Doc Everett goes to Creighton Med
ical this year. He rooms with Ed. Mor
"Miss Nell Holbrook, of Austin, Tex
as, Is visiting Miss Edmlnlsten, in East
See TT. E. Chevront, 1324 O, blue
front estaurant, for reasonable rates
The best place In the city to buy
good shoes cheap is nt Sanderson's,
1213 O street.
Miss Darleene -Woodward entertained
aTew friends Monday evening at a
chafing dish jparty.
,-Afli. Brown, -commandant of cadets
lastyear, is now tn the employ of the
Burlington rail'roadTn Lincoln.
Do not buy a cheap tailor-made suit
until you look at the Alfred Benjamin
anUrokow pijos. ready-to-wear gar
mTaisat3aine,Br Professor Wilson will bo the lec-i
turer before the University class of
th'6 first Congregational church. Sub
ject: Deutero Isaiah.
dlgma Alpha JJpsllon has pledged
Brute Funko and Bud Slier of Lin
cow. Both attended Shadrock Mili
tary academy lastyear.
, ?The "U. o$&:' Fountain Petf at $1.00
5-Hind the "Sigh School" Fountain Pen
Atc'ffeiid. only at. the Lin,
coin; Bp6ki$ae;I26p street.
C. C. Xorlh wept to Crete last night
to examine the. Y, Mr C. A. association
in Doane College. He is stao college
vJohn A. WoodTaroSof Aurora, wtffl
nominated for superintendent of Ham
ilton cojinty -oh-the fusloh ticket. Al
though but a young man.ho is vory
popular and well liked. His friends
are confident of his election. He was
a student in the University forhrjee
Ours is a brand new stock of station
ery and school supplies, everything uto-to-dater
and department store prices
prevail. H. Herpolshmeimer & Co,
You'll Have some change loft If you
supply your school needs in H. Herpol-
rsheimer & Co's. now stationery depart
ment. Everything new, everything
John Cameron, an aluminus of the
University, was recently chosen First
Lletenant of a now company of the
National Guard mustered in at Teha
mah. He was a Sargeant Major In
the Third Nebraska during the Spanish-American
Frank Edgerton, '00, principal of the
high school a tFremont was offered a
position In the Leadvllo, Colo., schools
at a salary of $1,000 per year. He
was unable to accept owing to a pre
vious contract at Frmeont.
For many years other dealers have
wondered why so many students
found their way to Palne's Clothing
Btore. Nothing strange about It. The
kind of goods put out, the manner of
doing business, the report 'handed
down from one claBS to another ex
Beta Theta PI have removed from
their chapter rooms on O to the now
quarters at 1630 G street recently va
cated by Phi Kappa Psl. This 18 a
large house and has recently been re
paper, painted and generally over
hauled. It will make the Betas a
chapter house to be proud of.
University books, new and second
hand, and supplies of all kinds may be
had at the Co-Op., block south of
the library. You will find courteous
and efficient service. When In doubt
us to books needed, consult the Cp-pp.
If you are a new student you will need
a fountain pen and the Co-Op. has the
best and the cheapest. The Co-Op. is
the student's book store.
a young lady of great popularity among
her friends. She has boon 'a Btudent
at the Nebraska Conservatory of Music
for several years and Is- a musician of
rare talent. They are at homo to
their friends at C21 North 16th -street.
Stetson Bhoes, finest shoes in the
world, at Sanderson's. Stop in and
Not Easily Deceived.
A young married couple are always
interesting, chiefly because 4hey try
to conceal the fact that they are young
and married. Generally they fool their
man nunnnlntntinna Villi tVinv aalrlnm
deceive a clever woman.
bride and groom tried the old
trick recently at a summer resort, but
they met a woman who was wiser than
This woman and the bride were
chatting on the hotel veranda, when
the formorsuddenly asked:
"How longhave you been married?"
"Three years.'jpromptly replied the
The clever woman looked at the
"How is It, then.'she said, "that you
wear a ring the design of which is
barely a year old?" t
Of course, that Bottldr It, and the
next day everybody congratulated the
young couple on their recent marriage.
"-New YorkMajl and Express.
S DB.T. O'CONNOR curot CANCERS,
TUMORS, WENS and FI8TULA8
SS without th uio of knife, chloroform ZS
SS or Ether. 52'
OFFICE 1300 O St., LINCOLN, NEB
To tha STUDENT
WHO IS ... .
Wo can satisfy, Lady or
1418 0 Sl.,f H. MUNSON,
We desire to say to
the Students that
we carry a full line
of Supplies for your
WILSON & HALt,
" Bookseller and SUtloierv,
1133 O STREET. -
IF YOU WANT
Text Books, or
Tha Cheap t Placa
THE LINCOLN B00KST0BE
1126 0 St.
The "U of N." Fountain Pan at $1.00. Btrost to
any tt.BO Pen on the market.
The "High Pchool " Fountain Pen at 65c ; equal
to any $1.00 Pen on the narkat
BaaaaaaaaLaW Vaaam awf
In Patent Kid Enamel Box CaH
Telbtirs Calf or Vlcl Kid . . ..
$3-50, AA to E.
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eye Eaiwlnf(1 Free. Price1 RmmmUi.
1138 O Street, "
'8ubtation A," Lincoln, is the of
ficial designation of the new postofflce
recently opened, in the old Co-Op,
room in the basement of University
hall. The office is In charge of Chas
SJBrowjlw Regular mail dellyerlesVlll
be made at 8:30, 11:30, 2:30 and 5:10.
Malls out feave a half-and hour before.
Office hours are from- 8:80 jr to 12; 30
and 1:30 to 5:30. A general registry
and. money order toustnes done. Ltick
boxes may be rented at usual ratcs;
Mr. Brown reported a rushing busi
iiAg on-thpT nM nii i1a if schlibl
AH day yestorlay the lobby 'of theof
flce held small "groupa of people wait
ing :),clr .r:i v.
James R. Burleigh, '98, law, '00, was
married, July 24, to Miss Dor Tun
berg, of Hooper, T,he ceremony Was
pe.rofrmed In the presence of friepds
and relatives at the home of the bride.
The proom is y6 known among tho
older students atthe University. Dar
ing his collgeourse he took an apt
lve part in debating He is atr-presat
pracUclnjg law 3n UncqlnitvlHg :
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