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T11K DAILY NKHRASKAN.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
IM Youiir, rigars.
Knt nt Hendry's, 129 N. 1 It.li.
Fine furs, Steele, 113 So. 12th.
Mtinsmi's lestaurnnt, 1 US O Ht.
The HKienie Cafe, 31fi So. 12th Kt.
The I'niv. Hook Stoic. 310 No. 11th.
Dr. Woodward, ocoullst, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
Talk' with LudwiK aliout your
( lothep. 103t! O st.
Ceo. Constanccr'8 new live-chair har
l)(r shop at 1010 O St.
The girls' hasket ball team has re
(Jo to Matthews Piano Co. for sheet
music and supplies.
Kappa Slinga has pledged Harold
lloth and Charles Weeks.
Claude Davis of Lead City. S. I)., has
been pledged to Delta I'psilon.
Handkerchief sale at The Famous.
STUDFNTS. Muy your kid gloveH
and corsets at The Famous, 1029 ().
Try Sanderson's. They have the
best sho( s on earth foi the money.
The 1'nivfrslty IVook Store, 310 No.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
The kind that all the swell dresaeis
wear Those new neckties at Fwing's.
Hot any and zoology and combination
dissecting sets at the I'niv Mook
W. S Hawley. "01 Vfc. is employed in 4
the car accountant's office of the Hnr
lington in this city.
Look around and you'll see that
Kwlng's gives the biggest values in
clothing Only up to date novelties.
.1. I'. Hailey. slate secretary of V
M. C. A., will speak next Sunday after
noon at 1 o'clock at the men's meet
ing in the old chapel
Dean Reese will probably icturn to
take up his duties in the law school for
a week or two. He Is with ills wife
who is dangerously ill at Manitou, Col.
Chailes H. Gregory (IT. of N. '91)
dls coal at 1041 O st. See him.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and F Streets.
All I'niversity books and supplies at
the Scarlet and Cream store.
Waterman's Fountain Fens, the best.
t the I'niversity Book Store.
BOOTH football shoes can be pur-
based only of Perkins & Sheldon.
.1 R. S. Malony was initiated into
Alpha Tau Omega Tuesday evening.
The ri lends of .1. S. ICIlis., (tl. will
be pleased to know that he has re
covered from the attack of typhoid
fever and is able to resume his studies.
The Hi owning course, IOnglish lit
erature, is conducted this ear by Miss
Whiting, instead of by I)r Sherman.
who has hitherto had charge of thto
The Zoology department has a new
refrigerator for the use of the class in
Lacterlology. This will make the
study of the development of bacteria
much more satisfactory.
Buy a HASTINGS &. BEACH
General Physics for Reference
Heta Theta Fi gave an informal
stag party at their new house last
The Pioneer Harber Shop at 113 So.
11th st., vher you can get ilrst-class
ICery style. eer si.e. then you
pant oiuself in 1'Jwing's Crown
All sizes and widths of University
gmnasium shoes, GOc to $1.50. San
derson's. Underwear so delicate in texture,
not that initable kind, at Swing's, fUc
to $2.."U per garment.
If j on want the genuine SWEDISH
gym. shoe, you can get them only at
Pel kins & Sheldon's.
The Delian society will give its in
augural program Friday evening, Oct.
I. in the old chapel.
Fay P. Slnnnway of the class of '03,
will not he jn the Uni. this year. He
Is superintending his father's stock
farm near Hastings.
FOR STUDENTS Those new $3.00
ovals and $4.00 panels at Bass' Photo
graphic Studio, 102(5 O st.
The cadets vitlted the exposition at
Omaha wearing uniforms made by
Palne's Clothing Store. The manage
ment sent to Lincoln and had the firm
outfit the government guards.
Judge Ferguson of the Omaha bar
and son of the first chief justice of Ne
braska territory and Mr. Slurgess, also
of Omaha, will address the senior law
class Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Edna Wetzel and Lester Mudge
were married Tuesday at the home of
the bride's parents. Both are old-time
students of the I'niversity Miss
Wetel is a membei of Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Mr Mudge of Phi Gamma
The Junior law class held its first
meeting yesterday morning. C. W.
Potts was elected temporary chair
man and Miss Mildred Anstine tempo
ral y secretary. The meeting then ad
journed to meet this morning at 930
in the law lecture room.
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on qale October . 1 1 1 to I'Jtli inclusive, return
limit October I Itli, l!).
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln ::)a. in., arrive Kansas City I 1:10 a. in
J Leave Lincoln I :;i." . in., arrive KansaH City H::i. p. in.
City Ticket Office,
Corner 10th and O Streets.
7U1 Street, Bet. P nnd Q.
5oOO$00X0M0K HX$XHO0OWH0OO 0OOQ4X
To Make His Hark
A Student should use
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
For Sale by all Dealers, or
L. K. WATKIOIAN CO.,
.V) 1.77 Brondwny. NKW YORK. Largest Fountain Pen Manufacture
r In the World
I J I North Kleventli Street.
OYSTER SOUP 5c a Bowl
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
in mkaIs oru SPKCIALTY
Open All Night, pmonh fio5o.
1 .). OTiara. of the botanical de
partment, who represented the I'nlver
Hlty during the summer in the work on
the western flora of the state is back
in school this week. He will conduct
some original investigations on "fruit
and fruit-tree diseases" for the depart
ment this year. - s
PERSUING RIFLES ATTENTION.
There will be a meeting of the
Pershing Rifles in the Armory Thurs
day, evening at 7:30.
JAMES R. FARNEY,
The class in Genetic Psychology will
meet hereafter at 5 iy m. on Friday.
DR. THADDEUS L. BOLTON.
At Special Kates in I
The Daily Nebraskan
AW ) not confine you to
any particular make of
pens. We Hell you a
Watermai Parker, Wirt,
Franklin or College Pen.
No Second Hand
Pens in Stock. . .
WI LSON & HALL,
Booksellers and Stationers,
1123 O STREET.
Osborn's Old Book Store
131 North 12th St.
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