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THE DAILY NEBRARKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ed Young, cigars.
Ent at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
ilunson's restaurant, 1418 0 st.
The Hygienic Cafe, 3115 So. 12th st.
The I'niv. Uook Store, 340 No. 11th.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
J lth st.
The line of overcoats that leads-Ewing's.
Talk with Ludwig about your
clothes. 103 O st.
Goo. Constanccr's new flve-chair har
ber shop at 1010 O st.
Artistic photographs at Bass, 102G O
st. Special to students.
Painstaking care makes
Clothing Co. suits wear.
Kappa Simga has pledged Harold
Roth and Charles Weeks.
Charles I. Gregory (U. of N. '91)
sells coal at 1044 0 st. See him.
vVhy not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and P Streets.
All University hooks and supplies at
the Scarlet and Cream store.
Waterman's Fountain Pens, the best.
At the University Book Store.
HOOTH football shoes can be pur
chased only of PerkiiiB & Sheldon.
Buy a HASTINGS A. BEACH
General Physics for Reference
Jesse McNish, who attended the
University in 1899, has registered for
Messrs. Rotruck, Douglas and Carey
are the new assistants in the law library.
Hereafter both chorus classes will
meet in I J. 20G instead of the new
All sizes and widths of University
gymnasium shoes, GOc to ?1.50. Sanderson's.
The Pioneer Barber Shop at 113 So.
11th st., where you can get flrst-claBS
10 o'clock to elect ofllcers for the
For headgear, "The Hawes" $3.00 hat
excells all others. Ewing Clothing Co.
are aole agents.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Handkerchief sale at The Famous.
New arrivals In fall nockwear ev
ery week nt Ewlng's.
STUDENTS. Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at The Famous, 1029 O.
Rogent Forell visited the University
und the experiment stntlon yesterday.
Te University Book Store, 340 No.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
See M. e. Chevront, 1324 O, blue
front restaurant, for reasonable rates
Botany and zoology and combination
dissecting sets at the Univ. Book
Waiting to propose don't do It
with loud clothes. .See Kwing Cloth
ing Co., fln(, tailored clothing.
R- W. BliHR. '01, vlHited his Delta
U brothers Sunday on Ills way to Rush
Medical College, where be will study
Interest in the Minnesota trip is as
strong among the girls as among the
boys. Kappa Kappa Clnmnia has re
ported that eighteen of their members
wi'l make the trip.
P'of. Conway McMillan, an alumnus
of Nel)raB(a now a member of the fac
ility of the University of Minnesota,
bus invited all members of the Nebras
ka faculty attending the game to lunch
eon on the evening of October 12.
The law library Is now open during
regular- library hours. Three hun
dred new hooks have been placed on
its shelves since vacation. There are
now about 2,f00 olumes in the library.
Robert I,. Marsh, an alumnus of Ne
braska, will speak before the young
men of the University of Iowa next
Sunday on the subject, Should the
Student Study the Bible. ' He is at
Present pastor of the First Congrega
tional church at Burlington.
The women instructors in the Uni
versity are among the most enthus
iastic supporters of the football team
this year. Among those who have
Promised to attend the Minnesota-Nebraska
game are Miss Anne Barr, Miss
I-ouise Pound, Miss May Whiting. Miss
AdtjJUoyd Whiting, and Miss Nellie
The reading in "The Principles of
Argumentation," assigned for Friday,
need not be done until Monday.
M. M. FOGG.
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Ticket on sale October ."ith to 12th inclusive, return
limit October 1 lth, I'.MH.
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln : 10 a. in., arrive Kansas City 11:40a. in.
Leave Lincoln I :;." ji. in., arrive Kansas City H :.')." . in.
City Ticket Office,
Corner loth and O Streets.
7th Street, Bet. P and Q.
Rooms anil hoard 1229 M street
1228 Q slceet. $2.50
MRS. F. T. W ATKINS,
1 (.jo M street. ?.j.cx.
1220 M st f3.oo. Mrs. A. O. Kirk.
l'Jl North Eleventh Street.
OYSTER SOUP 5c a Bowl
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
ir 1WKALS OUR SPECIALTY
Open All Night, phone pio5o.
If yon want the genuine SWEDISH
gym. shoe, you can get them only at
Perkins & Sheldon's.
Kappa Sigma gave a stay party and
smoker Friday evening at theli new
chapter house, 1301 H st. ,
Horace Sherman has just returned
from his summer vacation spent in
Colorado. Ho will re-enter the University.
Prof. A. E. Davisson, principal of
the school of agriculture, left yester
day for a tour of the state in the in
terests of the school.
PERSUING RIFLES ATTENTION.
There will be a meeting of the
pershing Rifles In the Armory Thurs
day evening at 7:. '10.
JAMES R. FARNEY,
Try Sanderson's. They huve the
est shoes on earth for the money.
city schools of Rapid City, S. D. He
has proven himself well fitted for this
Mrs. J. S. Reed, formerly of the de
partment of American history, left
Tuesday morning for the University
of Wisconsin, where she will continue
Commissioner W. T. Harris reports
Professor Caldwell's "History of the
Higher Education of Nebraska," now
ready for the press. This work, which
has been completed by Professor Cald
well for some time, contains an elabor
ate account of the growth of the Uni
versity of Nebraska and Dpane col
lege, together with like institutions
throughout the state.
W 'lo not coniiuo you to
any particular make of
pens. We Hell you a
Waterman, Parker, Wirt,
Franklin or College Pen.
No Second Hand
Pens in Stock. . .
WILSON & HALL,
Booksellers and Stationers,
1123 O STREET.
Osborn's Old Book Store
131 North 12th St.
Cleaned or Dyed
At MANN'S, I322 0 Street
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyc5 Examined Free. Prices Reasonable.
1238 O Street, LSN-
The Daily Nebraskan,
For big Returns
AMERICAN HISTORY NOTES.
Miss Grace Cook, of the class of '00,
Is engaged as Instructor of history, In
the high schools of Rapid City, S. D.
She has introduced new methods and
enlarged the courses in many ways.
She reports a willingness to receive
these changes and very Interesting and
C. W. Jones, of the class of '99, is
employed as superintendent of
Professor Caldwell has introduced
certain changes in the department of
American history this year. Consid
erable outline work will be required.
Both lecture notes and reading notes
will be made use of, and It is hoped
that a more thorough and complete
understanding of the facts will be the
result of this work.
Course III. American history, under
Prof. Caldwell, bids fair to be excep
tionally Interesting this year,
For sheet music and supplies go to
the Matthews Piano Co., 1120 O st.
of a well'
Is what the Union Pacific
Provides its Patrons.
Fast Time. Best Equipment.
Pullman and Ordinary Sleepers.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Buffet Smoking and Library Cars..
Dining Cars, Meals a la Carte.
BEST OF EVERYTHING.
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