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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1902)
THE DAIL.Y NEBHA8KAN
TALK WITH LUDWIG
ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
We make the best fall dress suits
in town, $30. 00 up we liavc every
thing you want at the price you
1036 O Street.
Ganoung Pharmacy Co.
1400 () Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hot Soda in Seakon. Open
if You're a Kicker
C-ii a L.r.co'.n Hardware Co.
And k-.cii :t to your heart ? content.
Lincoln hardware Co,
13121314 0 Street.
THE FAMOUS CAtET UNI
FORM Made by The Henderson
Ames Co., Kalamazoo, Michigan,
can be secured of
237 South 1 ith Street.
See cloth samples and let him take
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Streel. Tel. 754.
Originators of the idea of sending
homo work satisfactory
r J. R. HAGGARD. Physi
cian and Surgeon. Special atten
tion paid to diseases of females and
rectal diseases. Rooms 21 2 to 214
Richards block. Residence 1310
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence tJephone L )H.i..
E., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to
JJ024 o St.
U. R. Bltlek,
C T. II.
1024 O St.
Roy McGinn is,
The Unions held a reception and wel
coming party to both old and new stu
dents in their hall on Friday evening.
A pleasant number were in attendance
and the time was spent in the usual de
lightful way with games, music and
visiting. Refreshments were Berved
later in the evening.
The Best Shoes on
M d '
Local and Personal
Gregory, the Cool Man.
Rat at Don Cameron'B, 118 So. 11th.
Cameron's lunch countor, 118 So.
The Palace barber shop, 109 No. 11th
Dr. HaKer's office, ovtr Miller and
Tor a good smoke go to Joe, 14.T7 O
Huy your Cloves at the Famous.
Buy your Corsets at the FaniouB.
Huy your Millinery at the Famous.
Gloves Cleaned at the Famous.
K. L. Toble, '02. is teaching science
in the. Falls City schools.
George T. McGovern. a former stu
dent, is deputy clerk of Hutler county.
Severn 1 new shelves are being con
structed in the alcove of the library.
They will contain the larger lolios.
Hon. C F. Warner. 'M. familiarly
known as "Chauncey." has been re
nominated for state representative by
the republicans of I Lancaster county.
Professor Fogg has moved from his
former location, room N. -50l, to a
more suitable room, N. .101). It Is
equipped with new office furnishings.
Two additional arc lamps are soon
to be placed in the nrmory, and two
upon the campus. One will be placed
near the. library and another near Ne
A J. Gibbons, formerly of '02. now
of Ann Arbor, is spending a few days
at the Delta ITpsilon house, before en
tering upon his senior year in the
Ann Arbor school of law.
Hal V. Minor. '!), was a visitor upon
the campus yesterday. Mr. Minor is
located at Nelson, Neb., where he is en
gaged In the lumber business. He vis
ited with his brother Ralph, at the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon house.
Flectrican Crane has just completed
the reviewing of the class bell system
in the basement of University hall and
the bells rang for the first time Thurs
day. A new gong was added to the
system and has been placed in the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon house.
lilt LINCOLN BOOK STORE
1123 O STREET.
IIAVK IN STOCK SOME COPIES:
Hastings' & Beach's Physics, Bcaman & Smith's Alffebra,
Rcmscn's Chemistry, Allen & Greenaugh's Latin Grammar,
And several other Text Books, which will be sold this week at
Earth for the Price
Miss Addle E. Harris, for some time
teacher in the Ilennet schools, has re
turned to the university to take, gradu
Hepholdt .1. Kllogchas been visiting
friends about the university for a few
days. He Is on his way to Canada,
where he will be employed as chemist
in a beet sugar factory.
Miss Sophia I). Kiesselbach, who lias
been abroad a year, visiting points of
interest in Germany and Switzerland,
has returned to the university to take
up college work again.
A cadet suit is quite dressy. The
Paine, clothing store has been making
good ones for many years. Uni boys
have used a good many of them in
The geology department has secured
new lanterns for demonstration and lec
tures. These will be put immediately
to use In course I. They are a con
siderable Improvement over the old
G. F. Miles. '03, has been appointed
assistant in the department of botany.
For the past two or three years Mr.
Miles has devoted the greater part of
his attention to the study of botany,
in which he is hp-ciali.lng.
G V. Dudley, '02, who has been
in the employ of the Northwestern
Railway company during the summer,
was in the city Saturday, to see the
football game. Mr. Dudley Is now
principal of the Dewitt schools.
The new course in general geology,
designed especially for teachers In the
secondary schools. Is very popular.
About twenty teachers attended the
lecture Saturday, and quite a number
o( others have, signified their intention
of taking the course.
V H Heaton, a former mechanical
student of the university, is at present
employed In a foundry at Des Moines,
la., as superintendent of the c doting
department. He was formerly em
ployed by the Vierling and Paxton com
pany of Quia ha.
Mr. Robert S. Hlltner of the chem
istry department has returned from
California, where he has been engaged
during the past summer In Btudying
the practical side of sugar making.
The classeB In sugar chemistry will
profit considerably by his experience.
While In the west Mr. Hlltner was of
fered a very tempting.' position as
chemist in a large sugar factory. How
ever, he preferred to remain in Nebraska.
Tho Mercantile Insurance company
of thin city has over seven thousar
policy holder and $6,000,000 InBiiraiMit
In force. It has now been organized
nearly six years and Is patronized by
the best people of the state.
Any of the students having properly
they want insured for a short time,
can secure a policy for that purposo
with tho 'Mercantile, 130 North 13th
St. A strong company with a good
Via The Burlington
Tickets on sale during September
and October. Call and get
Burlington Depot, 7th Street, be
tween P and Q. Phone 25.
City Ticket Office. Corner unh
and O Streets. Phone 235.
Best equipped shop in the
state; no kids employed
Shader. 1430 0 St.
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, Finest of Toilets, FirBt
A. L. KEMNERRER, Proprietor-
113 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Cigars & Smokers'
If you like our work,
Tell a Friend;
If you don't like it,
Tell the Man..
R. & C. BARBER SHOP,
1144 O Street.
In U. B. and Foreign
send model, sketch or photo of InTenUon for
. r1" u pwemawmy. .for free boo .
Opposite u. S. Patent Office
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