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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1902)
TALK WITH LUDWIG
ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
We make the best foil wear s.oits
in town, $30.00 op. We can save
yoo money we have anything
yoo want at the price yoo want it.
1034 0 Street
H. W. Brown, Drug and Book Co.
University Text-Books and Supplies
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens.
The College Fountain Pen for $1.00
Best Dollar Pen Made
Phone 28. 127 South 1 1th Street.
T1IK DAILY NKR11ASKAN
Lincoln Hardware Go.
J3J2-J3J6 0 Street
A new course in Shorthand
will be offered this year
by Miss Virginia Hoffman, of the Ex
ecutive office. All interested parties
should consult her for partic ulars.
Executive Office, University
CIGARS, TOBACCO, READING MATTER
ltfrliiirtLs llk. Burr llk, 1 1 :M O
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Streel. Tel. 754.
Originators of the idea of sending
home work satisfactory
i Literal, 50c Interlinear, $' jn. 147 ils
German, French, Italian, Spanish,
Latin, Greek, $j 00, and Ji 00.
Completely Parsed Caesar,
Book I. lla.son each pac, inter linear
translation, literal translation, and
every word lomplttely parsed $1 50
Completely Scanned and Parsed Ae
neid, Book I. $1 5o Ready Augutt,c,.
, HINDS & NOBLE, Publishers,
4 5-6-12-13-14 Cooper Institute, N.Y.Clty
Schoolbooks 0 all publishers at one store.
F,, R & M. V, R, R, is the best
to and from the
Most Fertile Farming Portions
With the object of further develop
$ ing trade in Egyptian cotton, the Ger
man Levant line, air- adjunct of the
Hamburg-American line, has decided
to inaugurate a fortnightly service be
tween Alexandria and Hamburg dur
ing the cotton season, beginning in
The audience at one of the theaters
at Malaga, Spain, was thrown into an
uproar by a gendarme, who drew his
ievolver and fired Indiscriminately.
Seven persons were killed outright and
nine were injured. The gendarme was
Bhot by the police, as he refused to
Local and Personal
Talk to Ludwig about your clothes.
Eat at. Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
lunch counter, 118 So.
The Palace barber shop, 10!) No 11th
The best in the city, eight chairs.
The Palace barber shop. 109 No 11th.
T I). C.rlfflth has had charge of his
father's ranch at Superior during the
J S. Swenson, '01. was married dur
ing the summer. He will make his
home in Omaha.
Miss Carrie Neilsen '02, was recently
elected to the department of Latin and
Herman In the Wahoo high school.
R. A. MeNown has returned to the
university fiom Idaho, where he has
been working in the lumber woods.
George W .Kline, '00, and Orma Hull,
'01, are on their wedding tour. Mr.
Kline will return to take up newspa
per work In Lincoln.
Harry Swallow, who attended the
university for four years, was married
to Miss Sichafoose in July. Mr. Swal
low is in the employ of the firm of
Rudge & Guenzel of this city.
I. 1'. Hewitt has appeared on the
Held for football practice. He has
been at work on a bridge gang in the
Black Hills, together with Ed Rowe,
Fred Morrell and George Vasey.
John Koehler '02, of football fame,
left yesterday for Chicago, wlieie he
will attend the school of theology ot
the I'nhersity of Chicago. He will
probabljr seek recreation on the grid
iron lor another season.
V. V. North, '02, will leave Satur
day for Yale, where he will take up
Btudies in the divinity school and spe
cial work In philosophy. He has been
engaged during the summer with the
charge of a church at Hyannis, Neb.
Orville H. Martin, '9G, and graduate
from the Harvard law school, is hold
ing a very fine position on a Kansas
City law firm of high reputation. He
has recently declined the offer of a
position on the faculty of the Wiscon
sin Law school.
Never in our hlBtory have we had a
finer showing of clothes for young
men. Its alwayB been recognized that
our tables carry the choice line of
things for youne men. For years we
have had a very large patronage among
university men. There Is some reason
for this condition.. Paine's Clothing
Earle K. Farnsworth of this yem 's
senior class, leaves today for Ithlca.
N Y., where he will take his lam year
work. As a tennis player he will com
pete for a position on the Cornell ten
nis teams. Ho haB been spending the
greater part of the summer In tennis
tournaments In the east and middle
west. Hy this heavy practice his
friends feel that he will make a good
record for himself in his new field
The Y. M. C. A. has been distributing
for the last two days a very attractive
card which is a combination Invitation
to the annual reception on Saturday
evening at the armory and schedule of
the football games for the season. The
reception will be an informal gather
ing of all men In the university who
care to be present. Some special en
tertainment will be afforded to those
who attend in the way of games, music,
refreshments, and an impromptu de
bate beween Professor Caldwell and
Coach Booth on the football problem.
The association men are trying to
spread the news as far aB they can.
pzjqlmfiiestvt fukhky8hnoe, aoi riu in
The Co-op extends a cordial invita
tion to you to call and examine their
large stock of university texts and
supplies. Every thing for the students
is kept here. Prompt and courteous
assistants will do everything in their
power to sUnt you out right at the
least possible expense and to be of
service to you in any way they can In
addition to new books the Co-op has
shelf-worn books at special prices and
the iargebt stock of second-hand uni
versity books in the city. You should
call early for these as the bargains
are soon snapped up.
Before getting a pen come in and
try the Waterman Ideal Fountain pen.
This has stood the test of years of
service and you may try pens till you
are sure of one that fits your particular
use. if not satisfied with the pen you
may return it after trial. Pens ex
The Co-op has pens, platinum prints,
card racks, etc., for room decoration.
Come in and examine.
Secure a Practical Education
ONE THAT WILL FIT Y0D FOR REAL LIFE.
We make a specialty of preparing young men and
young women for Business. Ours is an old estab
lished Institution. Expenses low Send for Cata
logue. Lincoln Business College,
COrrRlOMT 103 t
A. B, K MLHBAUM A CO
IF & df
If there Is any alluring style in
Men's Clothing this store does not
possess, come in and tell ub.
If there is any place in all thin vast
stock so weak that the price is not
lower than any other place quotes,
come in and tell ub.
If you are not getting fairer, squarer,
more satisfactory treatment at this
store than you can find elsewhere,
come in and tell us.
If we are not entitled to your trade
give us the reason why, come In and
We'd like to know
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING GO.
1221,1223, 1226, 1227 0 Street
Best equipped shop in the
state; no kids employed
Shader. 1430 0 St.
I? YOU WISH TO PURSUE
your studies to advantage bo aurc to
Those wishing to secure the defini
tion to this new word can do so by
calling on the undersigned and In
specting his new line of
Books and Stationery
U23 0St. Phone 534
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, Firet
A. L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor
113 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Cigars & Smokers'
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