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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1902)
THE DAILY NBBBA8KAN
The right tailor when you order
your suit and don't tackle too low.
Good clothes cannot be made for
My workmen are the best in
Lincoln, and prices reasonable.
He Makes Clothes That Fit.
1141 0 Street.
Settlers' One -Way
Every day during the months of
September and October, 1902.
FROM LINCOLN, NEB.,
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake
$20.00 to Butte, Anconda, and
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee
$25.00 to Everett, Fairhaven, and
New Whatcom, via Hunt
ington and Spokane.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and
$25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eu
gene, Albany and Salem, via
$25.60 to San Francisco, Los Ange
les and many other Cali
Full information cheerfully fur
nished, on application to
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
FOWLING ALLEY 4
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 1210O
H. C. THOMAS,
The Only Up-to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Neatly
Covered. PowelFs, 146
N. 11th. Phone L664.
TALK WITH LUDWIG
ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
We make the best full wear s.uits
in town, $30.00 tip. We can save
you money we have anything
you want" at the price you want it
The following changes in courses
should be noticed:
Mnth. 12. Geometry of Position. 2 p.
m. 1. 3. 5. Miss Puffer.
Math. 15 Advanced Algebra. 3 p. m.
1, 3. 5. Adj. Prof. Moritz.
Math. 21 Number Theory. 1 p. m. 1.
3, r. Prof. Davis. -
Math. 23 Pure Mathematics. 4 p. m.
2, 4. Prof. Davis.
All hours provisional only.
Union Debaters Meet.
The Union Hoys Debating t lub met
Saturday night at Union hall and per
fected the club for the coming year.
A large crowd was present and enthu
siastic, but would have been larger ex
cept for other attractions. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the
first term: J. T. Melick. president:
Dwlght L. Pierce, secretary-treasurer.
The club went through a line of par
liamentary drill and passed some
short time in renewing acquaintances.
It was decided among other things to
make the parliamentary drill this year
The class in shorthand will meet to
organize for regular work at the Lin
coln Academy on Thursday evening of
this week at 8 o'clock.
VIRGINIA M. HOFFMAN.
Until the regular paper is given out
to its regular subscribers and to no
others there will be a number of peo
ple In the university who will receive
the "Daily." If anyone reading this no
tico receives the paper and has not
already subscribed they would do well
if they immediately placed their name
as a subscriber with the circulation
manager or at the office of the paper.
You can not expect to get the paper
for nothing, for the management of
the "Daily" is not run that way. If
on a certain day your paper ceases
coming you will take notice that you
are delinquent In paying up. The pa
per will be sent to all the old sub
scribers and if he does not signify oth
erwise he will be considered a sub
scriber and held responsible according
to newspaper custom for the receipt
of the paper. Don't wait but attend
to the matter at once.
Miss Edith Jackson. '01, a mejnber
ol Delta Gamma from Omaha is
spending a few days with university
friends. Miss Jackson was reader
last year in the department ot English
Chas. A. Poynter, a member of last
year's graduating class from the Oma
ha Medical school, the first class grad
uating after Its affiliation with the
university, is practicing medicine In
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained at
Walsh halhgf rlday evening. The par
lore were delightfully decorated In the
fraternity colors, gold and black. The
lights in the dancing hall came from
Chinese lanterns. Between thirty and
forty couples enjoyed the evening in
dancing. The small back narlor was
decorated in the college colore and
light refreshments were served by,
Mrs. I. add from a center table. The
young ladles of the fraternity spared
no effort and the rooms were
delightfully decorated. The pro
grams were pretty souvenirs, those of
the gentlemen especlaly so, the cards
being done In ink sketches by one of
the fraternity members .
The University Book Store
304 N. ELEVENTH STREET.
All University Books and Supplies.
The Scarlet and Cream Store
Awe Have thfijQ
What's the Use
Of going to a tailor to be measured for
clothes and then waiting to try on the
garments and have them fitted several
times and taking the chance that
they'll be right.
FAR BETTER to come here, where you can y)T
be fit tod properly in a few minutes and try
on as many garments as you will; that's
the only way" to see how the different
styles look on you.
BESIDES, there's a great difference in the
price, entirely aside from the fact that in
every other respect we give you the same
satisfaction that you get from your tailor's
See our New Fall and Winter Novelties in
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
hviiuj Clothing Co.
115-117 0 Street, Lincoln. Neb.
In order that you may
make the most of the
coming year, be fitted
with a pair of com
fortable and stylish
Swldish Gymnasium Shoe'
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