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THE DAILY NEBBASKAK
The right tailor when you order
your suit and don't tackle too low.
Good clothes cannot be made (or
My workmen arc the best in
Lincoln, and prices reasonable.
Ho Makes Clothes That Pit.
1141 0 Street.
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.
-$75:00 to Portland, Tacoma and
$25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eu
gene, Albany and Salem, via
$25.66 to San Francisco, Los Ange
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Full information cheerfully fur
nished, on application to
E. B- SLOSSON, Agent.
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ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 121QO
H. C. THOMAS,
The Only Up-to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Neatly
Covered. Powell's, 146
N. 11th. Phone L664.
Coquet In Aids Brother Actors.
M. Coquelln, the elder, Is one of the
few actora on the Paris stage who haa
made a fortune Through his efforts a
home of retreat for veterans of the
French stago is being established. A
flno property has been bought near
Moaux. in the department of Selne-et-Marno,
a few. hours from Paris. Horo
a large house will be erected, giving
quarters to sixty old comodlans.
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All students taking this course who
did not attend class on Monday will
please see met not later than between
2 and 3 o'clock on Wednesday, when I
Bhnll be In U. 20G to make announce
ments. M. M. FOGG.
University of Nebraska, Lincoln,
September 22, 1902. Ponding the arriv
al of the U. S. A. officer, detailed by
the war department. Cadet Major B.
S. Hall is hereby instructed to take
charge of the Military Department
E. I3ENJ. ANDREWS,
Headquarters Corps of Cadets, Uni
versity of Neb., Sept. 22, 1902.
General Order No. 1.
Pending the arrival of the U. A. A.
officer detniled by the war department,
the undersigned having been so In
structed by Chancellor Andrews, here
by assumes command of the Corps of
Cadets of the University of Nebraska.
BURKE S. HALL.
Headquarters Corps of Cadets. Uni
versity of Neb., Sept. 22, 1902.
Circular No. 1.
Every student who has not received
credit for two years' practical instruc
tion in the schools of the soldier, com
pany and battalion, infantry, must
complete the required course as soon
Circular No. 2.
Each student after having registered
for drill in the Registrar's office must
place his name upon the Register of
Cadets which will be found in the
southeast corner of the armory.
BURKE S. HALL.
James E. Boyle, '00, was married
September 13, 1902, to Miss Eille Lytte
at Topeka, Kan. They will be at home
after September 20th, at Madison, Wis.
Mr. Boyle has taken a doctor's degree
In sociology at the University of Wis
consin. Spencer V. Cortelyou, '02, Is located
this year at Los Angeles, Cal., where
he is engaged in engineering work in
the oil fields. He has written to col
lege friends declaring his loss at not
being able to register again, and go
onto the football field.
The office of the Nebraska "Mercan
tile" Mutual Insurance Co. is at 130
North 13th St. It is a home company
doing a good business, Chas. E. Hewitt
is city manager. 'Phone 660. All per
sons interested are invited to call and
see what the company is doing.
The Palladian Boys Debating club
met In Palladian hall Saturday evening
to prepare for the year's work. The
officers elected iyere: Fred K. Nellsen,
president; H.oCrouch, vice-president;
R. J. Anderson, secretary. A social
time followed by a brisk parllmentary
drill occupied the remainder of the
meeting. The attendance was good
and much Interest was manifested.
The last day of registration was pro
ductive of pleasing and yet not unex
pected results. The matriculations
mounted up to the highest point in
the history of the university, taking
along with it the largest total regis
tration. The rush came, as was pre
dicted, at the last moment and the
office force had its hands busy in hand
ling all the people. Long lines of wait
ing reglBtrees crowded In at the doors
of the executive office all day long.
The results of the registration for
the six days of registration in compari-
son with the same number of days last
year are as follows:
1st day matriculations 97 '89
2d day matriculations 202 192
3rd day matriculations 304 285
4th day matriculations 301
nth day matriculations 421 R97
6th day matriculations 469 681
1st day registrations 153 124
2d day registrations 312 288
3d day registrations 673 597
4th day registrations 902
5th day registrations 1175 1098
6th day registrations 1335 1407
Of the total number of matriculations
about 100 Bhould bo credited to the
law school and medical college, which
were not credited at the general reg
istration last year at the same date,
the matriculations in medicine being
left out for obvious reasons. There
Is a total of 574 matriculations In ad
dition to those In the above mentioned
Bchools. This makes an Increase in
the academic school of something over
one hundred new Btudents. By compu
tation and examination of the returns
it Is ascertained that there are about
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thirty old students less registered this
yenr than last.
The following figures are the total
matriculations for the last six years
In the university.
The figures are those for only the
The lessening in numbor of older
BtudentB is somewhat surprising as In
dications pointed to a large attendance
in every way this year. No particu
lar reason has been suggested as the
cause of the decrease In number. The
figures given are probably not final
as there will undoubtedly be some
students who will necessarily enter the
university late, even with the prospect
of paying the additional required fee.
By all Indications then the year of
1902-03 will be the largest year in
point of attendance at Nebraska.
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 tak'ng the chance that
FAR BETTER to come here, where you can
be fitted 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.
there's a great difference in l
entirely aside from the fact that
every other respect we give you the same
satisfaction that you get from your tailor's
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS
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115-117 0 Street, Lincoln. Neb.
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