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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1902)
TI1K 1A1LT NKIUtASKAN
Will invite yoo out on the
gridiron if you wear a suit
made by mc. J o J
I cut them "chesty," make
you look big and swell. Low
price, toOf for my grade of
work. J J jl
He makes clothes lha( fit
For the Best Work
in the City Patronize
Settlers' One -Way
Kv iy day cluiiug tin.- months of
September and October, 1002.
KKOM LINCOLN, XK1J..
$io.oo to Ogden and Salt Lake
$0.00 to Butte, Anconda. and
$22. so to Spokane and Wenatchee
$1:5.00 to Eveiett, Fairhaven, and
New Whatcom, via Hunt
ington and Spokane.
$25. 00 to Portland, Tacoma ,and
jjys.oo to Ashland, Roseburg, E
gene, Albany and Salem, v
fysoo to Ashland, Roseburg, Eu-
$.: 5.o to San Francisco, Los Ange
les and many other Cali
Kull information cheerfully fur
nished, on application to
-" E. H. SLOSSON, Agent.
HOWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 1210O
II. C THOMAS,
The Only Up-to -Date
Billiard and Pool larlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Neatly
Covered. Powell's, 14(
N. 11th. Phone L(i64.
The College Settlement needs n num
ber of student hclpors. Any one who
can assist In teaching evening classes
or conducting a club for boys or girls
or In attending the reading rooms or
game rooms Is requested to consult Mr.
Prevey at the Settlement evenings, or
at 301 I. at 20 or 3 p. m Rooms will
be furnished several students In return
for work. Settlement house ftl 200
So 20th St.
Change in Schedule.
The hours of meeting for the new
courso In argumentative composition,
(English language Nos. 11 and 12),
which Prof. Fogg Is offering this year,
have been changed, it was originally
set for 9 o'clock on Tuesday and Thurs
day, but that hour shut out the mem
bers of the Junior law class, of which
a considerable number wished to take
to prepare themselves for the courses
In debate next semester and next year
(The new regulation makes No. 11, at
least, a prerequisite for students who
wish to begin debate next fall.) The
only available hour for the class to
meet, the English department finds, is
from 9:30 to 10:30 on Tuesday and
Thursday. Dean Reese and Professor
Robblns lecture to tho junior law stu
dents from 8 to 9:30 dally. The class
will meet regularly until about the
first of" December, when the lectures
will end. After that the students'
work will be wholly written and In
struction will be given individually.
The postofHee will be open contin
uously from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. after
Mondny. September 15. 1902.
HOWARD It. S1ZER. P. M.
WANTED--Several young lady stu
dents to work for board and room. For
information call at Y. V. C. A. rooms.
The first meeting of the Young
Women's Christian Association will be
held Sunday afternoon, September
20th. at 4 o'clock. Mrs. F. M. Hall,
chairman of the state committee, will
speak on the subject: "Put First
Things First." Vocal solo by Miss Hur
rus. All women are cordially invited
to be present.
The new course in forestry is attract
ing considerable attention. A number
of advanced students in other courses
aro planning to change over to the new
course so as to obtain the forestry de
Young Women Intending to take up
some line of Bible or mission study
should look over the courses offered
by the Y-. W. C. A. Information re
garding these courses can be obtained
at any time at tho association room.
During registration week informa
tion In regard to rooms and board can
not be obtained In the registrar's of
fice, but in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. A
public telephone Is stationed there.
A student not registered by G o'clock
Monday, Sept. 22. Is charged an addi
tional fee of $3.
Everyone who wishes to take up
some special lino of Bible or mission
study work should investigate the
course offered by the Y. M. C. A. All
Information necessary can be obtained
at any time at the association rooms.
The University Book Store
304 N. ELEVENTH STREET.
All University Books and Supplies.
The Scarlet and Cream Store
3 1 npvisEA
X 1kmmiGm'Un&,k!l n .iff
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1 We Have the Only Genuine
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Welcome Ye Back
Old and Hew Students
And wish to impress upou your
minds that we carry only the most V7
up-to-date lines of Suits and Over
coats ever shown in Lincoln. We
want you to see our
Fall and Winter Novelties
$7 50 $10 00, $12 50, 113 00 $18 & $20
Ewing Clothing Co
5-J 117 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
In order that you may
make the most of the
coming year, be fitted
with a pair of com
fortable and stylish
) shoes by
Swidish Gymnasium Shoe'
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