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T?HB DAILY KEBRlflKAN.
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Local and Personal.
Ed Young. PIPES.
Dr. Case McMurtry BHc.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
All the new books at Urowns.
Squaro meals at Francis Bros.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Football canes at Wohlenburiz's.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st.
Pot Boast Day at Francis Bros.
$1.25 kid gloves 98c at The Famous.
l-:i off on millincrv at, The Famous.
Dr. Woodward, ocrulist, Richards
Dr Woodward, occulist, llich'ds blk.
Buy your underware at The Famous
Meals l.)C, Fales restaurant, 1333 O.
"Ralph" "Connor's now book at
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 111
So. 11th st.
Student's groups a specialty at
Bass' studio, 102(5 O street."
Want, to rent a piauov Seo tho
Matthews Piano Co. 1120 O street
Squad-nuujb?r two will assemble
in the south balcony Friday morn
ing. Dean Itccses' lectures on insanity
have- been attended oulte extensively
Tho best shoes vou ever
the money. Sanderson's $4.
Swell printing, engraving and em
bossinsr. Phnno 3G.". The New Cen
tury, 1123 N street.
A. K. Davis, an attorney of Wayne,
"Nob. was a visitor at the senior
Equity class Tuesday.
Try our hard wood for heating, 7
a cord dolivered. TG's line.
Fuel Go., -lOlO-street.
Anyono linding a Delta Gamma
Frat Din wlh kindly return tho same
to Miss Clara Mullikoo.
Mr. Petersen Is preparing n thesis
for his M. A. degrae In Greek on
"The Coior Terras of Homer.
Miss Mabel Brown, last year a stu
dent at tho School of Music, is visit
ing friends in the city ror a few
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will
entertain Informally at their chapter
house at Sixteenth and H streets FrJ-
Professor J. J. Thornber, U. of
"J7, writes from tho Univor-iity or
Arizona tha't ho is hard at work op
tho problem of tho germination of
seeds. This Is one of the most diffi
cult problems which ho finds la that
Whon yoji get tlrod of paylntr bo
tSJttvh to liavo your underwear washed
i call on Yulo Bros. Hand I
1514 O street.
The JuniorLaw claBS has finished
their work on contracts and have
taken up the study of Blackstono's
Dr. Cloments lias just completed
the review of a recent work on the
Plants of Alabama which will soon
be published In hcienco.
C.oIrosz is off our hands: Schley
lias been vindicated: King Edwara
operated upon, and nothing now re
mains but the coming of "Tumble
Weeds. ' '
Miss Winifred Chad wick of St.
Paul, a member of the Delta Detla
Delta sorority, who was in school
last year, is hack again and rcRls
tercel at the School of Music.
Frank G. Lister a former mechanic
arts student has quit the drafting
room toraporarly In order to get a
moro practical foun latlon in the ma
chine shop of the Wabash Railroad at
II. Crouch was at the University
yesterday. Ho has been serving as
subFtituto for Mr. King, principal of
the Dunbar schools, who lias been
campaigning for the office of County
Superintendent of Public Instruction
tor Otoe county. Mr. Crouch expects
to take work in tho University.
In the last number or Science
Trofcssor Bessey as two articles, one
a review of Dr. Drltton's ; new book
on Botany and the other on "The
Karlv WinterColors of the Vegeta
tion on the High Nebraska Plains."
The lattor was read bcrore tho Bo
tanical Society of America at its
meeting at Denver last August.
L. (J. Brown of the Mechanic Arts
ciass of '00 paid a short visit at De
partment headquarters yesterday.
Oo was really surprised at the im
provements in the shops and steam
laboratory. Hojifi looated at Omaha as
mechanical oxoert in charge of tho
machine shop of tho Avery Manufac
Messrs. Kendall and Brooke, seniors
in Electrical Engineering, have
taken for tho subject of their thesis
the much-talked of Fremont and
Omaha electric railway. This scheme
includes the construction of a large
dam. In tho Platte near Fremont,
and the transmission or tho power,
thus made available, to Fremont,
Omaha, and intermediate stations
whero.pawer and electric lights arc
needed. Messrs Kendall and Brooke
have spent several days surveying In
the neighoorhooo of tho slto of the
dam in order to obtain data upon
which to loso their figures. As
have begun "pushing" their
rules, some tangible results arc
to be expected.
First-Class Kerosene Oil Heater for
salo. Address, box 19, Station A,
, Demand High-Claps
Our Billiard Parlor
is up-to-date and absolutely
free from immoral influence.
Phone 586. POWELL'S, 146 N. nth
WHERE YOU SAW THEM
Tho Prices will do the rest, of courso ho will know thut you are referring
to the Fashionable Furnishings
Men's Fall Patterns
in FancyPerealcs.all the
latest shndcB - Wilson
Bros.' hitrh grarii goodj.
50c, 75c, $1.00 $1.50
An opportunity to Iny
in your Fall Neckwear.
All the latest silks in
the most fashionable
shapos When women
admire thorn wo- know
they arc right. . . . f50
FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
III5-III7 O STREET,
If they don't fit
they're unfit to wear
Of courso. Bui shoos bought sit PKRKIN8 SHKL
DON are not that kind. All prices. All sizes. All
qualities. All stylos. All comfortable1.
Try a pair next time.
1129 O STRKET.
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined I'ree. Price Reatonable.
1238 O Street, L,NNEBr
THE Y.M.C.A. BARBER SHOP,
is prepared to Shave you or
Cut your hair.
13TH AND P STREETS.
Every new Student
-237 So. nth -street- -
And hn his measure taken for the
Cb T)endtr3onJlms Co.
A NEW BOOK of Poems of Nebraska by
the author of "Corn Tassels," Will Reed Dun
roy. Elegantly printed on 120 pound egg shell
book paper and elegantly bound in a striking
cover of Art Linen. Edition de Luxe, num
bered and signed by the author, $1.25. Regu
lar edition, $1.00. Printed at The Lakeside
THE UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING COMPANY,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
MEN'S FANCY HOSE
SHAW NIT, they ore
tho beat. Us. X. LI).
color guaranteed ,iiml
will out wear two pairs
regular 'Jflo hOse,
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS.
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I3Q South nth Street,
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